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Ff JI fr f i J 4r YS f d b f c ff = J r Ia Y i 1ie Pthinuiillr utLock4 r rVOL XX I OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY 7 THURSDAY MARCH 22 1900 NO3 f f you have a news 5When wish to cominum TIlE OUTLOOK phono ring up Sewing Machines 25 on easy terms Special discount for cash K L c A T BYKONS There was keen lightning and some thunder Monday morning Your accounts are due We expect you to come and settle nt once GAULT WELLS Co Oliver Plow 1oints at the old Price Vulcan and Hrinlty Points cheap ECGENE MINIHAX Born Monday on Salt Well to Mr and Mrs Edward Treadway a solltbeir firstborn Save money by getting the best The Malta and the Doublo Shovel Plows EUGENE MINIHAN Robert Kelly of Craigr tins bad his pension in reasctl from 6 to 8 E C PKKKT Dentist located over J M llicharts store Olllcc hours8toI2amlt05pm Cook Stoves at living prices Housekeeping outfits a specialty E L A T BTttos TJJones bought on lower Slate i Creek the tobacco of J M fc J L v Atchison and Richard M Johnson at 7c Vulcan is the best Chilled Plow The points always fit Every plow warranted by Eugene Minihan Dudley Crouch has contracted toI carry the mail from here to Bethel T for four years daily commencing July 1st READIn order to make room for a lot of new Buggies coming in April for the month of March I willsell a brandnew Top Buggy for 35 a full Leather Top one for 4 50 T S SiiuocT Elder Jo Armstead a student at Lexington Bible College in the ab f sence of Elder Tinsley preached two interesting sermons at the tkyt Christian Church Sunday The largest stock lowest prices i and the best Plowgearing Breech inc Check Lines etc 29tf ECGKSE MlMUAN t If you have never had ono of the stallion J S Browns rolls consult IrIJrtics that have for size style GWCoantr MendS the famous trotting i mare died near Port Chester NY P lust Saturday aged 26 years TheI l JJonner heirs owned her j7 IStoddards Tiger line of Disc i1 Harrows will satisfy you in the price and in tho work E L k A 1 BruoNI The eclipse of the sun May 28th is awaited with much interest by r scientific people It will be total r in the United States on a straight r line from near New Orleans La to Norfolk Virginia At John J Coyles photo gallery i back room over J M Richarts store all kinds of photos are made at reasonable prices Photo buttons of any size and style are also made Firstclass work guaranteed r i To THE LtDiEsI am receiving c my now spring goods daily Every thing new and stylish in Millinery Dress Goods Notions etc The best kid gloves in the market at reasonable prices MRS D S ESTILL As a matter of course the news fJl may be expected noW that the r peach crop is killed and other fruits Z injured The swollen buds cant fi well stand a temperature only four i degrees above zero i A nice new line of Silverware just received t E L A T BIBOX t FLOWER AGEKCT Emil Freder ick proprietor of the Model Green house of Mt Sterling Ky has made Mrs Josephine Moores agent for the sale of his plants and flow ers and the will keep a fine stock at reasonable prices C G JcAlister left Monday to attend a meeting of the Republican chairmen of the 9th district at Maysvillo Tuesday to select a time t and place for holding the conven tion to nominate a candidate for Congrc811t t f We make our Saddles and Har ness Best material and firstclass + workmanship E L A T BYRON t Why is it that one of the get of 7J S Brown sold in the fall of 1899 for 280 when sO many horses bred by other stallions sold for less than 5 100 Simply because the get of J S Brown have the size style and shape DR GW CONNEB I Saturday morning the thermom I eter marked four degrees above I zero If the O L which his name F3 is Oldest Inhabitantever saw as I colda St Patricks day let him I speak out 1 ATTENTION LADIES I want your trade and will give special in ducements to cash buyers I have added Ladies Tailoring to my bus tinel8 and can guarantee a first 1 aclass suit both as to fit and make c4 0Itook a thorough course in both 7 lcuttingand making and feel conQ J dent I can suit you Only a limited number of customers can be served Reap MRS D S EsTLL r j4 4t4L rI t ist p t r 4 New Spring Goods Ready For Your Inspection r = MENS BOYS AND CHIL DRENS SUITS They arc uptodate We can please you HATS- We have the Stetson Knox Brand celebratedi top =Any style J u c KY My now Dress Goods have been selected with great care and are beauties just what every lady wants and eo cheap Call and see them Remember it costs you nothing to look Mimi D S ESTIIL LAXI SotnG Conner Ewing Muster Commissioner on Saturday sold the land advertised in TilE OUT LOOK under judgment of time Court in the case of R W Preston ic vs R W Woolloy tc as follows the 1635acre tract to F M Ewing foe 146S56 the other two pieces to the Roes Run Iron Co for 251 Stoddards frontrankCornDrill a highgrade implement at a lowI grade price See us before you buy E L A T UVROX BKICK KILSA S Strother is the material on the ground to burn a brick kiln on the land of R B Brother in the west endof town Thats business For sev eral years the town has paid tribute to enterprising people away from here when brick could have been just as well made hero as anywhere The fine saddle and harness stallion Carlisle 6S9 Vol 2 N II S R will make the present season at the farm of E D Anderson one mile north of Wyoming at S to insure a living colt Carlisle has a fine pedigree 2l DIEDMrs Lou Gorhim died at her home nenr Millereburg Saturday and was buried sit Millers burg Sunday She had been an invalid for some year She was ime mother of Mrs Waller Whiley of near Bethel and Ernest Gorhum who married Miss Snub Warner and resided with hU mother She was a sisterinlaw Mrs Jacob Warner of near town The bereaved ones have the sympathy of their friends in their sorrow CORPORATION NOTICE Kotice is hereby given that the corporation known us tho Slate Creek Iron Company has by the voluntary act of its stockholders gone into liqui dation and is now settlingand winding up its affairs and business and that from and after tho 25th day of April 1900 it will cease to have corporate existence by order of its board 344 GORDON McKAT President AT IT AGAIN Old Crimp came back Thursday morning and with a malicious chuckle spread his thick white snow blankets over the face of the earth When he got through he went around poking people in the ribs laughing his fool horselaugh and saying lloys I thought Id come back and help you spread some tobacco canvas Raw haw haw The boys smiled in sickly appreciation of the joke and allowed in their hearts that if July was here he would make Old Crimp Io6k like thirty cents in a mighty few minutes The noted stallion J S Brown will make the season of 1900 at the tame barn on upper Prickly Ash The get of this horse bring the biggest prices You will make no mistake if you breed to this celebrated stallion DR G W COXNER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET By George R Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CoMarch 17 1900 Notwithstanding the offerings of tobacco for three days this week have been up to the limit of 1096 hhds per day and over 800 hbds offered on Friday which was the last day of the weeks sales the prices have been remarkably satisfactory this week on all grades of Burley tobacco in fair order and there was a larger proportion of goodordered tobacco this week than at any time this season This brought about active and strong competition as the trade wants the tobacco in fair order Colory low grades and tips are a few bids higher than they have been as the export competition has been stronger on these tobaccos than it has been fer the past two weeksWith sales full up to time limit each day of the week and the average receipts not over 150 hhds per day it shows that we are cut ting into the stocks of the market very last and unless receipts are very much increased from what they have been for the past three weeks this market will have very little tobacco to sell during the month of April There has been a number of crop average made in the city the past week ranging from 950 up to at high as 1150 The good to fine- lekf is selling from 1250 to 16 I 4 A1 t iD r rll IOLIr Walkover Shoe best 350 shoe on the market They wear and have the style In all the new toes OUR FIVEDOLLAR PATENT LEATHER and Tan and Black Vici Kids are beauties Dont miss seeing them Beautiful liflG of NOGkwoap 1Ask your neighbor about the Corn Drill They will you it is tho best E L k A T Bruos NEXT TOWN CENsUSThiero is a- very important matter to which we with to call tho attention of tho citizens of Owingsville namely the census enumeration of tho town this year When tho censustaker is appointed he should be impressed with the importance of reporting every inhabitant to which the town is entitled Tho census for this year will fix ofllcially for tho next ten years the population status of Owingsville and that enumeration will bo printed in every general population directory and reference work issued in the United States anti will determine to a larje extent the towns relative importance This matter was brought forcibly to our attention in this way The 1890 census gave Owingsville a population of 763 It was so re ported year after year in tho vari flue newspaper directories Adver tisers away from here using those dircctories made us advertising propositions based on tho population of the town and not on TilE OUTLOOKS sworn average yearly circulation In most instances it was in vain that we protested the advertisers went by a system based upon town population and would not depart from it Wo finally in ducct the editor of one prominent taken in 1892 to show Oing8illes eligibility to membership in towns of the liftIi class liuving over one thousand inhabitants When consideration is taken of the growth of this town in the past ten years and the fact that the demand for dwelling houses has fur exceeded the supply despite the new buildings that have gone up the belief is warranted that the population liKe nearly doubled at least Estimates arc freely made that the town has 1500 inhabit ants But whatever it is it ehonld be thoroughly and accurately re ported eo that the town will get all to which it is entitled WDAT IT REMINDED HIM Or- Well I see they have elected Har beson in Kenton county to succeed Goebel in the State Senate by about 533 majority said ho in a tone in which there was mingled disgust anddespairYes Goebels manipulated majority last November was 2216 Harbcsons majority is a great falloff showingwith a fair election how Goebelisin stands in that Democratic stronghold was the replyAh thats the trouble Any majoritycompels a terrible indictment of the Democratic party af tcrwhat has transpired in the face of the unquestionable defeat of the ticket that stood for Goebelistu last fall One of the late Bill Nyes stories told in his characteristic style of a man being out on the prairies of Illinois when that State was only sparsely settled and having his attention attracted by the appearance in the distance of a mighty drove of hogs coming sin gle file towards him As the file approached him ho was amazed at its length as well as at the evenness of the column each hog following tho one in front and all at exactly the samo distance apart with snouts elevated The column pass ed him and he was astounded to see that only the leader had its eyesight and every other hog was blindand had in its mouth the tail of tho hog in front tho leader tak ing them whither it chose After his astonishment subsided some what bo was seized with a sudden inspiration He slipped stealthily up behind the lead hog severed its tailat one stroke held the tail in his hand and without losing H step or confusing the column of blind hogs be led the whole drove on into Chicago and sold them at the bog market for a fortune The Democratic party reminds me of nothing so much as Jthat drove of blind hogs It follows one leader without a squeal or a grunt and if somebody else clips up and usurps the leadership it follows the new leader as blindly The leader can just as well lead them to the slaughterhouse as not if it suits his purpose It all depends on the lender If the aspirants for lead ership vied with each other in po litical virtue and secured leadership because of fitness to lead in the proper ways to desirable ends it wouldnt be at all bad but they i AONftRCH SHIRTS The best brand in the country In silk bosoms Softshirts in Hadras c We are headquarters for Garpcls Mailings lugs y line new handles Neat nice and pretty i leader some day doesnt load tho country to hellin other words into na American repetition of the vor will ope its beauteous eyes soon the ardent fisherman will invent some awful lies Soon the earth in mantle green will be tastefully ar rayd soon the early onion bed will bo ready for the spade Soon tho buds and birds and bees will pro claim that spring is herefor poesys abrewing and the bock is in the beer WilT NOT A TOHACCO FACTOUT This town is greatly in need of manufacturing enterprises to help most lines tho trusts and big establishments shut out the hope of success among small concerns but in two lines ttt least there is every prospect of success if managed on business principles they aro a flour mill and a tobacco factory CC Hazelrigg is preparing to etnrt a small custom flour mill which may develop in time into tho large mill the town has so long needed Some gentlemen dealing in tobacco hud under consideration lust year time building of a factory to put up natural leaf tobacco but the project vna nhnndoncJ for what is not known There sees resonI reason why a factory here to the cheaper grades of both chewing and smoking tobacco in the plug cut and leaftwist form should not be a success If waterworks mire necessary to induce the establish ment of manufactories it looks like the matter is well within reach of tho town since Slate Creek is so close TRAMPS Tho Tramp has never desired to mingle in the great political arena and has ever sought other themes for lila pen Yet even he can not help but look with a sorrowful eye on the wreak of this proud old Commonwealth The Reign of Terror inaugurated and guided by the infamous Robes pierre in France leaving out the guillotine was not leas atrocious than in Kentucky The corrupt decrees of the so called Gocbelites aro equally as bloody and barbarous and fullyas devoid of honor and justice The men now under arrest for complicity in the assassination of Senator Goebel have been placed in prison on the unsupported testimo ny ofn newspaper correspondent for one of time most sensational newspapers in America and upon whose evidence no honest jury would convict a sheepkilling dog Again our own State has been noted for the best legal talent in the world for over 100 years Then why send to New York fur an attorney And such an attorney Could we wander with Dante through all the regions made so terrible by his Inferno we could not find one so devoid of honor and true manhood as this same New York attorney One might say these prisoners are to be dealt with in our courts of justice That is true but our courts decide according to Law and Evidence and in speaking of Evidence dont for one moment forget that 100000 placed in the hands of unprincipled partisans for the purpose of corruption Again our Legislators are sup posed to work for the best interests of the State Tho Goebel law has caused all this strife and blood shod and cost the State in one year nearly a half million dollars This being true wouldnt it have been to the best interest of the State to repeal it Did this Goobel legislature do this Aro they working tor tho best interest of tho State No Then why Easily answered We have politicians that would rather rule in a small corner of Hades then be a private citizen in Para dise When the celestial air of Heaven again fans into life the flowers on Kentuckys hills and vales will this carnival of blood and spite bo endedand will we joyluland hap pyas of old Will our beautiful streams flash baek tho golden lines of sunlight from the moving mir ror of their waters and sing their lullaby of peace and happiness Will Honor and Justice again reign supreme Or will they sit A MANY OTHER- THINGS TOO- NUMEROUS TO- MENTION 1000DPASTER COONS COMPANY OWINGSViLLE population contestastowhichisthemostruthless PIRflSOLSfnnotI takesI simplybecausc mildnessIdailybill population TIlOGGUTsMarchlS- HJOODearOUTLouK with their faces hidden in their hands fallen angels from time realms of Kentuckys former domain TRAMP PERSONAL A J Nesbitt is on the Louisville tobacco breaks this week Frank S Allen of Sharpsburg was in town Thursday on business James Gillon went to Cincinnati goodsforJames W Smith spent from Fri day until Sunday in Mt Sterling with relatives Dr T II Kinnaird of Lexington was called to see Ford Patterson Monday night Sharpsburgisnear Wyoming Judge John A Ramsey went to Louisville Friday morning on Masonic business Will Stout and Rev Leonard went to Montgomery Co Friday returning Sunday WyomingleftMonday for treatment C H Hoon and Ford Patterson were each better of their sickness Tuesday afternoon Chins Peed visited lila parents Mr and Mrs Wm Peed near Grassy Lick Sunday and Monday Mrs Betlie Lightfoot of Oneon tti tiaiUfil her on W D Light foot She returned home Monday George Warner nnd sister Miss Lucy attended the funeral of Mrs Lou Gorhani at Millersburg Sunday Gco P Johnson and daughter Miss Lillie of Sharpsburg were pleasant callers ut this office Tuesday LU Slesser left Thursday for Cincinnatiand Chicago on a stock replenishing tour for tho store of S Slesser r J Dougherty of Sherhurne and A R Robertson of Bethel arc selling tobacco on the Louisville breaks this week J J Lacy returned home Saturday from a visit to his sister Mrs Bessie DeGraffenreid at Mus kogee Indian Territory Mrs J L McAlister and daughter Miss Kate after a weeks visit to relatives in town returned to their home at Bethel Sunday Mr and Mrs Jno W Wilson of near Mt Sterling visited the family of Mrs Ws father W L Stout near town Saturday and SundayMr Mrs Leslie McCormick of Mt Sterling were gU3sts of Mr and Mrs T S Shrout and Mr and Mrs Lee D Brother Friday and SaturdayW Smoot County Attorney returned the past week from Crab Orchard Springs where he had been for some weeks Ho is still suffering from tho burns on his hand and foot received while there Samuel P Atchison went to Louisville Saturday to have a surgical operation performedwhich was done Monday morning A letter says he is getting along nicely und will bo home the latter part of the week Leroy Brooks of Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Sant R Brooks of Har rodsburgand Judge Caleb IL Brooks of Guthrie Oklahoma at tended time funeral of their mother Mrs Emily Brookahoro Wednesday of last week Judge Caleb spent the night with the family of his motherinlaw Mrs Belle Allen DANCING ON THE TOEsuDo you dance on your toesMiss Quickwit Never Mr Clumsey Other people do that for me And he didnt know just what she meant until he tried to get an other dance with her TitBits AN ABSTINENCE Dolan said Mr Rafferty yez know Casey tho conthractorOi Mm Oi wor talkin to him on the subjick iv wages yestherday An he got very repartay Did ye hit im uNo me conscience intherfered Oi had me hand raised whin Oi remembered Oi ought not to indulge meself in so much pleasure durin Lent Washington Star Advertise In The Outlook READ AND REFLECT ON THIS The following resolutions were adopted by the mass citizens of Louisville Marchb5th 1900 participated in by people of all parties including some support ers of the Goebel ticket rHR KElOLUTIOKB KentuckyWe in timefairmindedgardless of party and earnestly ask them to give us a fair hearing cityhave afreeof our voters counted In the election of tho State officers who are to nov urn Ut By the partisan decision of StateElectionof all the voters of Kentucky have boon disfranchised Without theIright of suffrage the right to cast our votes and to have them counted wo are no longer freemen but po beendestroyedthe State Election Board with the power to declare what votes shall be nnydnywehaveare worthless yours have not been counted because of any right on your part but because in its supreme po uHpowerfnl athemmasters not less than ours You are s their political slaves not less than we They have thrown out tho entire upoivHtwosolemnly declare are notoriously un Sounded First that the Democratic voterswere intimidated from voting by the presence of militia and sec 0111 that Democratic voters were in timiclated from voting by the charge of a Federal Judge to his grand Jury to inquire into violations of the Fed oral laws on election day t With reference to the militia we declare as facts known by all men in this city 1 hint in the June primaries the police force of the city dominated by t what has been known as the Goebel machine forcibly raided time polls throughout this city and destroyed even tho semblance of an honest primary election 2 That In tho Democratic State f Convention the same machine used tho same police power to control that convention 3 That these facts being well known there was a general and de tennined resolve on the part of our citizens opposed to Goebel that such violence should not be allowed to control the voters in the election in this city of Governor and other State officers plargebeen sworn in for service on election day rtothat this increased force of policemen wero to be used on election day to re peat the outrage upon a free ballot committed in tho Juno primary 6 That the Mayor the Board of pforcewero active partisans of Goebel and generally believed by our people to be encouraging this uso of the police force to take violent possession of the polls I7 That a collision between the police force and tho antiGonbel cit Izens was generally believed to be imminent and plainly called for the strong arm of time State government pimpserty 8 That under far less threatening conditions it has been the custom of i Governors to order the militia under Gen Castleman to be under arms ut the armory ready at a moments no tico to prevent riot and preserve time- rpeace 9 ThatGovernorBradleys action In ordering militia to thus assemble was welcomed by our people as a wise precaution and alone prevented collision amid bloodshed 110 That the militia assembled in their armory and there remained until over two full hours after all the voting was over at every precinct In the cltrIthe city the votes in alof which have been thrown out by time State Board but eight products in three West End wards wero over visited by pThattrolled by Goebel election officers and police in every precinct In the city no man Inthe city no maui has been found who could testify that tho militia when it did visit theso eight precincts entered any of them or interfered or attempted to inter fore with any voter or any officer of election 12 And flnallythat out of the thousands of Goebel men in Louis villo Including men of all grades of partisanship and charactersdown to the lowest no man been found to testify that lie or nn other man ho could name was intimidated by the militia aid tlienJby prevented from voting for Goebel or his party and we have never heart of any man who was intimidated And yet upon that pretended intimidation the State Board ofElect ton Commissioners has declared that the votes of all the pro cmcU of the city of Louisville shahc ba cast out and not conntedI t FARMERS g I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH YOU THE BEST PLOWS AT THE LOWEST PRICES Tho VULCAN Is the best CHILLED PLOW fTime BRINLEY Is the best STEEL PLOW HALLS Is the best HILLSIDE PLOW The GENUINE MALTA Is time bestDOUBLESHOVEL PLOW iI have the largest best and cheapest stock of fJ Plows Gearing Wagon Check Lines Col t lars Hames Chains Collar Pads c eXe My HANDMADE SADDLES AND HARNESS are THE BEST My name on Saddles and Harness means they are HOMEMADE and i the best I am yours for the best Saddles and Harness b EUGENE MTXTTTAN OWINGSVILLE KY r lyers Kincaid SUCCESSORS TO S P ATCHISON 4 t DealersDRUGS GROCERIES FRUITSIn FINE CANBYPERFUPIERYc Agents for Old Barton Whiskies and Fine Wines Cor Main Jefferson Sis Phoie8e PAXTON AIrD DENTON tSUCCESSORS TO PAXTON SON UNDERTAKERS dealers in- FURNITURE Mr J L HESS is our Funeral Director and Em balmer Telephone 12eo 7 MASONIC BL DG WINGSYIULS PALMER COONS SUCCESSORS TO LIGHTFOOT SHROUT it WILL DO YOUR BLACKSffHTHiftiQ AND REPAIRING AT R0CKB0TT0PI PRICES All Work Guaranteed Give Them a CalL d With reference to Judge Evans jur1abouta for disfranchising the 200000 free people of Louisville it is a fact nown of all men that that charge intimidated ilOThj tliug hJidJ iput ort to restrain voters and that no Goebel election officer or anybody olso that ho was prevented by It from performing his duty or that In any precinct was a lack of election officers to carry on the election A third pretext of theStatc Board for throwing out this citys vote is hat Judge Toney compelled election officers to sign certificates of election that under oath they pronounced false Tho boards report would create the impression that the elec lon officers In every one of time 189 disfranchised precincts in Louisville had been thus enjoined by Judge Toney In truth his order affected tho returns in three precincts and we protest that It is a monstrous outrage or the State Board instead of correcting any alleged errors In those precincts to throw out the entire vote In 189 precincts thus disfran chising 200000 people and thereby seating the candidate who was otherwise on their own count defeated We declare and it is known of all men in this city That on the election day the antiGoebel men did not have control of a single precinct in the city of Louisville that in many of those roducts the Qoebel men had every electionofficer many socalled Re publicans being really their tools that at every precinct in tho city time olicemen in charge wore under or oss of a Goebel Mayor a Goebel Board of Safety and a Goebel Chief of Police that time Sheriff and his deputies were notoriously Goebel men also that two of the three County Election Commissioners were artisaus of Goebel that against theI- ihIgImant protests of the third Commissioner l whom the triuuivirato of State Election Commissioners themselves most truly declare the vener able and respected Judge Barr who adorned time bench in Louisville for nineteen years those two Commissioners Caruth and Hoertz on the night before the election re moved over eighty of the Republican election officers and in their place liant tools of the Goebel machine hat with complete control of every polling place in the city of Louisville anil with power to do the counting its a transparent fraud pretense anti falsehood to say that time Goebel men wero denied a tall election that on the day of tho election in precincts where there was a largo majority of istere Rt pubHcan voterstheUoe et election officers backed by their partisan police force made voting so stow that long lines of Republican voters were waiting to vote when the polls closed and were thus denied oven the noor privilege of casting their votes that time Goebel election officers in more than one precinct where there was a large Republican majority of registered votes m ver to his day have made any returns at ll that notwithstanding the asker tion of the State Board of Election Commissioners that time Democratic candidates received less und the Re ublicans more than their registered arty vote time registration books shown larger of registered Democrats than registered Republi cans Fellow citizens of Kentucky whether you areDsmocrats or licans whether you voted for the Democratic candidates or against them we submit these facts for your calm consideration We people of Louisville fivesixths of whom mire white have been ruthlessly denied tho right to vote for tho men who are to govern us Is that fair Are the excuses given for it fair Are you really freer than we Are less subject to the triumvirate Itrank fort than we So long as this monstrous election law is not repealed so long as these three Election Com missioners remain In power amid are not afraid to use their power uo election can be won by votes no man whom the people may wish to elect an be elected no elected candidate be sated without tho royal per onlying majority against their despotism as they dare not attempt to over ride Sf NEW Wo3tANIwould go with you to the end ot the enrth hWW1 serted passionately Not with me you wouldnt she replied coldly Why not he demanded c For two reasons she answer ed One is that Im not going nnd the other 13 that there isnt t any When one meets the prosaic new woman one has to be careful what ho says TOE RuLmxG PASSION The foE lowing ia told by the granddaughter of an old lady who lived in one or the Southern States and had been known throughout the neighbor hood as one who had a keen sense of the ridiculous After a long ill ness her final npur was supposed to have come and her children and grandchildren gathered around for a last farewell when suddenly she opened her eyes and on seeing the mournful expression of those about her remarked with all of her oldrtime vigor The watched pot riWSSTScotsman who could no longer till his wee bit land was obliged to accept the kindly proffered hospit ality of some English friends OK l the day of bin arrival they think ing he would enjoy it procuredfsome cress which was added to the luxuries already on the table The poor man accustomed all his lifo to fare of the plainest kind hesf tated to partake of such a decided novelty as cress and was induced to try it only by fear of hurting his hostess feelings In a short time she noticed that tears were cours ing down Andrews cheeks and in quiry elicited tins reply 1ui thinking what ma puir mither would say gin she could see her son eating grass like a coo 1vEx 1 Gold Medals to HARPER whisky IeIJlcathe Judges verdict Sold by J W Lane Owingsville Ky RelIAble pcrtoni or s mrctianlcal or loTenttre desiring a trip to the 1arls Exposition with and J1ld thonM writ mnuteThe rAYI 1 ItECOKU Baltimore We Want Your Name For PASTIME time best youths and family illustrated story paper out 16 largo pages on trial six months for lOc in stamps Watches Guns Bicycles etc free Address THE iASTiMK Co Louisville Ky C O RAiLWAY fTIMECUr EKKECTIVB OCT S3 Kxpre Tnilus fur foul IIII Lexington ClnciuucM Wc ilaetoo New York and Cttttfm ClUe TiifRor TltOII AT PRESTOS STATION Jt srnousD No1t9llarnNo i23-ptnNliutapni wnruoxn Nn1 tIITa IntNo 23 + 111 p ni- Xo 2S 319 ptm 4 fUallj except Huminy AU uibercdaljyS PtIngAgent C A O Railway Preston Station 1 l v r Owinosviiie Outlook OUTLOOK rDJJLISHIXa CO Publlshf OWIXUSVILLE KENTUCKY i MY FARMER LAD We may be poor In worldly goods My farmer lad and I But I am one who envies none That HveT ereath the sky- I never sailed a foreign tea Nor trod an alien shore But who has soul to read the whole That lies about his door IThewInd that ripples through the wheat shadows In the brook The night of birds they all are words MInGods great spelling hook Anti these are ours to love and learn Although our terra is small The best things need no title deed The sunshine Is for all Reside our hearthstone dwells content No luxurltH have wr If I am clad to please my lad It Is enough for me Two sturdy little folks are mine Who romp and laugh and grow One stops her play to come and nay Mamma I love you sop Their father pauses hoc In hand To watch his darlings too Come kiss me lad my heart Is glad While I have theta nrd you Fanny Pelrce Iddlngs In Farm Journal JN A stirring story 4 i AiJty Life in Us fWh bmesI- Coryrlcht by F Tennyvnn Ned ICIIlpnmHI a A day had dawned nn tile Presidio l Heights as brilliant as its predecessor bud been dismal A soft south wind had kept the fogs of the Pacific far out to kca and cleared the summer iyofevery wisp of vapor The tun of arly August shone hot and tn iigupon hit sandy wastes between the western lim ith of tilt division camps and the foamyq btrand beneath the low lulls anti brat upon the canvas homes of the rejoicing soldiery clacking cloth and cordage MI that the trim tent lines had Ixcome broken and jagged thereby netting the teeth of Old Squeers on edge as he gazed grimly from under the brimof his unsightly felt hat nnd called for his one faithful henchman the orderly Een his adjutant could not condone the regi mental commanders objectionable traits for a crustier old villain of a vet elm lived not in the line of the army Quid Canker the troopers hail dubbed him during the few years lie had ervrd in the cavalry tranhplanted from a foot regiment at the time of the reorganiza lion Focalled of the army in TI but n few years of mounted duty in Arizonaa nnd later in the Sioux country hnd sick I ened him of cavalry life and he gladly accepted n chance to transfer back to the infantry sow SO years after risen by degrees to the grade of lieuten nntcolonel he found himself in com mand of n famousold regiment of regu Jan whoECcoloncl had donned thestars SIofa general officer of volunteers and j the pet name save the mark of eat i airy days had given place to the nnflat i e 1tering aobriqueLtIcriiet from that bar Irnf1Uish1tnJerathe i11faored- r sclioolmnster of v01l1eboi nail Itc had comeJo the teenth with a halo of condemnation from the regiment in which he had served as major and won his baleful name and the boys of his I command soon learned to like him even less than those who had dubbed him Squeers because as they explained there wasnt any privilege or pleasure he would not do the boys out of if he possibly could Gordon had promptly tindered his resignation as regimental ndjutant when his beloved colonel left armyiher declined to accept it end fairly told Gordon that as he hadnt a friend among the subalterns there was no one else to take it Then too the colonel himself added a word or two and settled the matter ii big review hind been ordered for the morning An entire brigade of r sturdy volunteers was already forming and marching out by battalions to their regimental parades the men showing i in their easy stride and elastic carriage I 111s the effects of two mouths hard drill and gradually increasing discipline The r regulars were fctlll out in the park hid den by the dense foliage and busy with 1 their company drills The adjutant and 1 clerk were at their papers in the big office tent and only the sentries the 4 aick and the special duty men remained j about thebodyofeamp There was no S one said Private Xoonan to himt eU as he paced the pathway In front pf the colonel tent after having scrupulously saluted him on his appearance Xo 4 wan fur the ould man to whack at bar rill its ine but even Canker could a find nothing to whack at in this vet 4 eran soldier who had served in thea ranks sincVhe days of the great war and hind Qmc the messages of such men as Sheridan Thomas and McPher son when Canker himself was sweating under his knapsack and musket Like most men even most objectionable i men Canker had rome redeeming fea tures and that was one of them he Lad been a private soldier and a brave one too and was proud of it lint life had little sunshine in it for cne of his warped illconditioned na ture There vas a profound conviction 1 in the minds of the company officers r1 conImore than enough to set Cankers wits to work to wipe it out There was no doubt whatever in the minds of the subalterns that the main reason why Squeers was so manifestly down on Hilly Gray was the almost indestruct I ible expression of good nature jollity and enthusiasm that had shown in the If little fellows face ever since he joined I the regiment If wc call the old man i Squeers we should dub Billy Mark Tap hy said Gordon one day when the i s 4W Hd hind laughed off the effect of nn un usually acrimonious rasping over a trivial error in the guard report book lIes no end kind when a fellows in a fix said Gray in explanation and all the time he was soaking me I was think A ing bow he stood by Jimmy Carson in his scrapea serious scrape it was too foryoungCarsondetaihedloescort certain prisoners to Alcatraz and in trusicd with certain funds to be turned r 7caerto the chief quartermaster of the department had unaccountably fallen jk into a deep sleep aboard the train and awoke to find both funds aud prisoners 41 gone Explanations were useless The commanding general would listen to no excuse a courtmartial was ordered and a very worthy young oilicers mili tan career seemed about to close under I b a cloud when Old Canker threw himself into tie breach He hind long suspected the sergeant whp hittiltic cowjufiltfl the party Jn mnifiijte Wt3 i c1 rrr ixs 2 command of the little guard He hated the commanding general with all his soul and how it came uboiit no bite could thoroughly explain but one day Canker turned tip with indubitable proof tlml the sergeant was the thief that he was bribed to bring about the esoaiie of the prisoners antI that he had drugged the fresh spring water he brought in to the young officer after the horning heat of tin divert mis left behind in the dead of the summon night Canker even recovered most of the stolen money for there was n woman in hit east and the hind wifely Mowed It awny Carson was cleared mill Canker triumphant See hiit the mail cnn do when luKsenscof justice iKnroui5ltlt said the optimilot s of t he ii rlltalJustice be blotvcd nll wcrcil the cynics He never would hnvo raised his linger to help Carson hut for the joy of proving hit general unjust mid n regimental pet the sergeant a thief Yet liray reverted to this episode ns explanation of his tolerance of Cankers harshness and thereby gave rill to a rejoinder from the lips of n veteran company fomiiinndrr that many n fel low was destined to recall before the regiment was two months older In order to settle il homebodys got to find his life or his rnnnnisMiiii in jeopardy Maybe Itll be you Itilly and Im betting you wont find Squeers n guardian angel Yet bu this sunshiny Mimnier morn jug with hope null sunshine and eon fiilenee in his handsome lioyish face Iirtit ray came hounding up to the presence of the regimental commander ns thought that sonrvisaged soldier were an indulgent uncle who could not say him nay A stylish open carriage in which were two remarkably pretty girls and a grayhaired slender gen tleman hind reined up in the street opposite tilt entrance to the row of ollicers tents antI tinker hind ripped nut his watch with nit ugly frown on his forehead for three of his compa nies had just marched in from thrill mill three of their young lieutenants on the instant of dismissal hind made straight for tilt vehicle nnd lit half hoprd to find they had lopped tiff a minute or so of the allotted hour The sound of merry laughter seemed to gnitc on hiIIn The sight of rays lienming fact seemed to deepen the gloom in his own Instinctively he Knew the youngster had come to nsk a favor and he stood ready to rcfiifc Colonel Id like mightily to go over ami sre tutu review this morning sir and Mr Prime is good enough to utTer me a seat in his carriage May I go sir You cant go aiivn here sir willlihe tents of your company in that disgrace fill condition lust look at them sire as lagged as a wash line on n windy slay And Canker scowled angrily nt the young fellow standing squarely at attention before him hi know that colonel lint the sun did that while we were out nt dull nnd the men will straighten everything In ten minutes Ill give tilt Order now sir And ISiJIy looked as though refusal were out of the question Youll stay and tee it done sir and when its done to my satisfaction will be time enough to ask for favors Mr Gordon send word to the company commanders I wish to see them here tit Onto continued the senior officer whirling on his heel and terminating the interview by so doing It was in Grays mind for n brief mhiulc to follow and plead He hind made it tell many a time with an obstinate universi ty don but he knew the carriage was waiting the watehilnginiiinl iliinti keen disappointment lie would have 1h 4 It JIY IhrilleJ Mm with a tear sad sltjuac delight given n big slice of his monthly pay to go with that particular party antI occupy the seat opposite Amy Lawrence toni gae his fill at her fair face He wellnigh hated Squcers as he hurrjcd away to bail his first sergeant anti give the neerosary orders before daring to return to the carriage and report his failure His bright blue eyes were exntiollregiment was even now filing into the Presidio reservation ufar oft to the north cm that no time was to be lost if his friends were to see the review The distant measured boom of guns told that the general in whose honor the ceremony was ordered was already tipproarhing the spot nnd away over the rolling uplands toward the Golden Gate a cavalry escort rode into view Hilly ground his teeth JUm and tell them I cannot get leave he called to a fellow sub Squecrs has set me to work straightening up camp Iurn out the company sergeant Brace tile tent cords and align tents and a mourn ful wave of his forage cap was the only greeting he dare trust himself to give nsnflcri few minutes of fruitless wait big the vacant scat was given to an other olicer anti the carriage rolled- rapidly away A second or two it was hidden from his sight behind the large wall tents along the line of fence then shot into full view again as he stood at tliecmjtif the company street looking eagerly for Its reappearance And then occurred a little timing that was destined to live In his memory for many n day and that thrilled him with a new and strange delight He had never been of the socalled spooney set at the varsity rretty girls galore there were about that famous Institute and he had danced at many a student party and romped through nanny a reel but the nearest he hnd ever come to something more than a mere jolly friendship for a girl was the regard in which he held his partner In the mixed doubles but that wall all on account of her ex uberant health spirits general comeliness of face and form and exquisite skill in tennis But this day a new and eager longing was eating at his heart a strange dull pang seemed to seize upon It as he noted in a flash that time seat that was to have been his was occupied by an officer many years his senior a man he knew only by sight and an enviable reputation a man whose soldierly cleancut face never turned an instant for his eyes were fixed upon n lovely picture on the opposite seatAmy Lawrence bending eagerly forward and gazing with her sympathyinterest the sorely disappointed yoiinjj offlcpr J n 0 fr There he Is sht erled th ugh too far nwny for him to hear anti then with no more thought of coquetry than a kitten with no more motive in the worM than thatof conveying to him an Idea of her sorrow her sympathy her perhaps pardonable and exaggerated indignation nt what sIte tlconicf an act of tyranny on the part of his com mander with onl an instant ill which to convey it nUber sweet face Hushed and her eyes flamed with the light of lice girlish enthusiasm in that instant she hind kissed her hand to him nml then Col Armstrong turning sudden ly aud Miarply to see who Could t this object of interest so absorbing cargiit otic ilHtlntr glimpse of Billy Gray ret ing his cap in quick ncknowledgmevt and the wonls that were on the tip of Armstrongs tongue time moment be fore were withheld for a more auspi cious occasion nnd it did not come too soon It was 0111 four days alter that itial lIlNlilli In the generals tent the foggy evening of the girls first visit to camp hut both in city and on time tented field there had been several oc casions on which time colonel hind been in conference with Mr Prime and in company with time young ladles Innlor officers hind monopolized time time mill attention of the latttr tint Armstrong was a close observer mill a man who loved all that was strong highminded and true In his own sex antI that was pure nnd sweet nail win some in woman A keen soldier he hail spent ninny years in active service most of them in the hardy eventful lml vig orous life on the Indian frontier lie CIIIriors of the plain hind won hits medal of honor before his first promotion and his captaincy by brevet for daring conduct in action long antedated time right to wear the double bars of that grade lie haul seen much of the World at home antI abroad hall traveled much read inlicli thought much but these were things of less concerts to mahy a woman in our much married army than the question as to whether he hind ever loved much Certain it was he hail never married but that didnt settle it Many a man loves said they without gettilig married forgetful of the other side of the proposition ad vanced by horrid regimental cynics tutu tunny men tnarry without getting toveth Armstrong would not have proved an easy man to question on that or indeed on any other subject which he considered personal to himself Kven in his own regiment in the regular service he had long been looked upon ns nn exclusive sort of fellow a man who had no intimates and not many companions yet officers arid pl diers he held the respect and esteem of the entire command even of those whom he kept at ft distance nnd fev are the regiments in which there are not one or two ehnrclers who are lint best Meil null studied through a binoc ular Without being sympathetic said his critics Armstrong was square but his critics hind scant means of know ing whether he was sympathetic or not He was a steadfast fellow an un swerving uncompromising sort of man a man who would never have done for n diplomat and could never have been elected to office Hut he was truthful just and alt the English officer reluct antly raid of Lucan whom he hated Yes dn mil tunahe is brave The men whom he did not seem to like in the army and who disliked him according ly were compelled to admit to theta selves at least that their reasons were comprised in the aboverecorded re grettable but unmistakable facthe didnt like theta Another trait unpopular was that he knew when and how perhitipswho would use his words ns witnesses against him He never gambled he rarely ilrantc he never lent nor hoe rowed lie Was a bachelor yet would never join a mess but kept house himself and usually had some favored comrade living with him lIe was 40 and did not look 35 lIe was tall erect athletic hardy anti graceful in build and his face was one of the best to be seen in many a line of oflicersat parade His eyes were steel gray and clear and penetrating his features clearcut nl mot too delicately cut thought souse of the best friends he had among the men lIla hair was brown sprinkled liberally with sliver his mouth nn ad mirable mouth In every way was tonglrooliugthought amid some women said his tapering white fingers paid too much attention but I doubt if a knowledge of this criticism would have led to the faintest alteration in the habit Gen emily the expression of Armstrongs face was grave and on duty a trille stern and not ten people in the world were aware what humor could twinkle in the clear keen eyes or twitch about the corners of that mobile mouth There were no live who knew the ten derness that lay in hiding there for Armstrong hind few living kindred and they were men There lived not as he throve this glorious August morning to the breezy uplands beyond the camps one woman who could say she had seen those eyes of Armstrongs melt and glow with love As for Amy Lawrence thingShethoughts at the moment were drifting back to that usually lighthearted boy who stood gazing so disconsolately after them as they drove away her eyes were intent upon an approaching group that presently reclaimed her wandering thoughts Coming up Point Lobos avenue strode a party of four nil soldiers One of these wildeyed bareheaded dish e eled his clothing torn his wrists lashed behind him walked between two armed guards The fourth a sergeant fol lowed at their heels Miss Lawrence had just time to note that the downcast face was dark and oval and refined when it was suddenly uplifted at sound of the whirring carriage wheels A light of recognition almost of terror flashed across it and with one bound the prisoner sprang from between his guards dove almost under the noses of the startled team and darted through the wide open doorway of a corner sa loon lIe was out of sight in a second To Be Continued The Flnt Hed Sees A captain in a regiment stationed in Natal when paying his company the other day chanced to give a man a Transvaal halfcrown which as one would naturally expect bears the im age and superscription of President Kruger The man brought it back to the pay table and said to the captain Please sir youve given me a bad half crown The officer took the coin with out looking at it rang it on the table and then remarked It sounds all right Bagster Whats wrong with it You look at it sir1 was the reply The captain glanced a the coin saying Its all right man It will pass in the canteen This apparently satisfied Bagster who walked off making the remark If you say its all right sir it is nil right but Its the first time Pad Keen the queen jyjth aYlhIcr8LQa doll nwer lWfff1jlliSc rj4 p THE DRAMATIC ART Dr Taltr fcs Gives His Views of the Theater IJH Uit Driniiiit thaI ill IHrcili l h n ii ret of iooil Slioiilil tit Ilirlilnli Not Siiiirfx i il iiiul nml Unit riiiyx Cuiiyiinlit liy Loul Klnpxrh At n time when the whole country is in controversy as nevor Ifnilcerning the theater anil some plays are being arrested hy the police and others are lieing patronicd by Chris tian people this sermon of Dr Tal mage is of much interest The text is Corinthians vii il They that use this world nn not nliiixiug it My reason for preaihing this ills lHII is Ihlltl hItllI JilulhilllhII by two of lie lending hewspiperH of this country to inspect and report ii two of tilt populat plavw of lie llay to go some weeks ngtl to Chicago nnd see till Iiri inn Quo Vadis and criti cise it with respeet io its moral ef fcet and to go ii Xw York and see time drama Iteiillur and write my opinion of it for public use Instead of doing that propose in a sermon to discuss what we shall do with the dramatic element which Ciod has im planted ill many of our natiireM not in 10 or Kill or 1000 hut In the vast majority of the human met Home people speak of the drama an though it were something built up outside jt ourselves by the Congreves nnd time Goldsmiths mill till Khnkespenres nud the Sherlilais of literaliliC Hud tlint then We nttime our tastes t1 corn spond with Inilliait Invent iiiis Not at nil Tht driiiiui is an echo from till feeling which od has implanted in our immortal souls It is seen first ill the domestic circle among till chil dren three or four years of age play ing with their dolls anti their cradles and their tiiis seen ten years after in till playhouses of wood ten years after in the parlor eharadeH nfter tlml In till elalionil iiiiptrKoiiiltious ill Ihe academies of musk1 Thespis and Aeschylus and Sophocles and Ku ripidcs merely dramatized what was in the fireek heart Terenee anti Ilaiitiis mill Seneca merely lIra tied what was in the Koinaii heart Congreve and Iaripiliar merely dram atized what was in tIme Kuglish heart Itaeinp Corneille nml Allieri only dramnticd stunt wns In Ihe lYeneh and Italian heart Shakespeare only urn mutt t iieti whnl wns in the great worlds heart The tilt IITamhie find classic dram till sentimental Irniiin the roniantie itrama were merely echoes of tilt human soul do not speak of the drama on the poetic shelf nor of the drama ill the playhouse limit I speak of the dramatic element in your soul anti mine We mnke men responsible for it They art not responsible They tire responsible for till perversion of it but not for the original implanta tion Coil did that work nnd I sup pose lie knew what 11WlS about whpit lie made us Ve lure nearly nil moved by the spectacular When on Timamuksgislnguitmy we decorate our churches with time cotton nUll the rice and the apples and time wheat and time rye antI time oats our gratitude Mo od is stirred When on Caster morning we Set written in letters of UeIsnlstuery parent likes to go to the school exhibition with its recitations nnd its dialogues milt its droll costumes The torchlight procession of the political campaign is merely the dramatiza tion of principles involved Xo intel ligent man cult look in any secular or religious direction without finding tins lira in a lie element revealing un rolling demonstrating itself What shall we do with it Shall we suppress it You lan ns easily siiilm est its Creator You may maJimriepotent usefulness nnd that it is your duty to Just ns we cultivate the tattle for the beautiful timid tIll sublime by birdhaunted pleii nlitl roistering stream nnd catnraets let Ion in tip roar over t lie mossed rocks timid time tiny lifting its banner of victory in till east and then setting everything on lire as it retain through the WIles of till west and the Austerlit timid Waterloo of nn August thIll1lltI tOl ill blazing their batteries into n sultry afternoon and the round glittering tear of n world wet nn the cheek of till night as in this way wconltivatootirtnstcfor time beautiful nnd sublime in every lawful way we sure to ctiltivafV the dra matic element in our nature by every staccato passage in literature by an tithesis and synthesis by every tragic passage in human lift Xcv I have to tell you not on1 that God has implanted this tlrmmtic ele ment in our natures but have to tell you in the Scriptures lit cultivates it He appeals to it lie develops it I do not care where you open the Bible your eye will fall upon n dramas lien it is in till book of Judges the fir tree the vine time olive tree time bramble they till make speeches Then nt tIme close of the scene there is n coronation lUll the bramble is proclaimed king That is n political drama Here it is in the hook cf Job Ertcr Elipha Ilil dnd Xophnr Elihn anti Job The open lag net of thr drama till darkness the closing net of the drama till sunshine Mngnilieent drama is time book of Job Here it is in Solomons Song The region uii oriental region vineyards pomogrnnntes mountain of myrrh flock of sheep garden of spices a wooing n bride a bridegroom dialogue intense gorgeous nil suggest ivedrninn is the hook of Solomons Song Here it is in thr book of Luke Costly mansion In the night All the windows bright with illumination The floor n quake with time dance Keturned sou in costly garments which do nut very well fit him perhaps fpr they were nut made for him but he must swiftly leave off his old gnrh and prepare for this ex temporized levee Pouting son nt the back door too inajl to go in because they tare making such a fuss Tears of sympathy running down tIme old moans cheek at till story of his sons wander ing and sulTeringnnd tears of joy at his return When you heard Murdock re cite The Prodignl Son in one of his readings you did not know whether to sob or shout Itevivals of religion have started just under the reading of that soul revolutionizing drama of TIll Prodignl Son Here it is in thlJOolor ifevelaut ion Crystalline pearly gate opaline river amethyst inc enlist one showering coronets one vial poured out incarnad ining the waters cavalrymen of Jlcnven galloping on white horses lafions in doxology halleluiahs to till right of them halleluiahs tn the left of As the Bible opens with the themI the first Pamdise so it closes wit Ilrnma of the secohdjtariidiio- Miml you when I nay drama I do not imaii myth or fable fur ny tlictilopy h of the oldest type 500 years old thou sands of years old as old as the Iible When speak of time drama nt the be ginning and tin close of tIme llible 1 do not mean nil allegory but I mean the truth so stated that in grouping nnd in start Hug effect it is n Codgiven world rOKoillillilig llonveliMchollig drama Xow If Coil Iniplnnteil this dramatic elenietit til oiir natures lilid If lie this cultivated nnd developed it in the Scrip its I demand that you rio hizl Iteeause th lira ilia has ngnin nnd again been degraded and employed for destructive purposes is nothing against lie dtnniif any more than miisie ought to be neenrsHl been use it has been taken again arm ngain Into this satur iinlinn wassails of looo years Will you refuse to enthrone misie aim the church organ because the art has been trampled ngiun and ngaiu under the feet of the lascivious dnnre lies Dr Hollows of New York many years ago in i very brilliant limit much eritietsell kormott took the position that the tlieitcr might lie rcnovnted nnd Hindu nuvillary to the church Many 1miisl Ii people nre of the sit lime opinion do toil rig uui wil ii them han no idea that sueeess is in t di reel iimi What liave said heretofore on this subject as fnr us remember is sentiment now Hut todny I tale a step ill advance of my former theory Christianity is going to tale full possession of this world timid con cud its maxims its laws its literature its science nnd its niiiiiseinents Shut out from the rinlin of Christianity anything mill you give It up to sin nnd ulek If Christianity Is mighty enough lo manage everything limit the nniuse nielits of time world then it isn very de fective Christianity Is it capable of keeping account of the fears of the world hnd ilicomptleni lo make record of its smiles Is it good to follow the funeral but dumb nt the worlds play Cnn it control nil the other eleinentsof our nature but the ic element My Idea of Christianity is that it eau and will conquer everything In time good time coming which the world calls tIme golder ale and the poet the elysiau age amid the Christian time millennium wo have positive announce ment thill tie niniisoiiieiits of time world nrr to be under Christian Mvny Holiness shall be upon tiie hells of tIme horses says one prophet So you sec it will control even till sleight rides The city shall be full of boys and girls playing in streets tlmreof says another prophet So you see it is to control lit hoop rolling nnd the jdte Hying and time hall playing Xow what sat want Is to hnsten tlint time How will it he dOll By the church going OWl to the thenter It will not go lly till theater eoming lo the church It wilt not come Whnt we wntit is n re formed niniiseineiit association in every city nnd town of till iTnitrd Ktntes Once announced and explained had II lust rated time Christian and philanthropic capitalist will conic forward to establish it nid there will be public spirited men everywhere who will do this work for the dramatic elementof onr natures We need n new institution to meet nnd recognize and develop nnd defend the dramatic element of our nature It ncttiH to be distinct from everything tluit is or has been would hnve this reformed ninuse ment association having ill charge this new institution of the spectacular take possession of some hall or academy It might take n smaller building nt the start hilt it would soon need the burg est hall andes en that would1 not hold time people for he who opens before tjie dramatic i lenient in Iminnn nature an opportunity of gratification with out com promise lId without danger tines the mightiest thing of this cell tury nnd tIme tides of such nn institu tion would rise ns time Atlantic rises nt Liverpool does There are tens of thousands of Christian homes where time sons anti tiasmghmt ens are liehl back from dramatic entertaininen for reasons which some of you would say are good reasons antI others would say are poor reasons but still hold back Hut on time establish ment of such nn institution the would feel time arrest of their anxiliies and would say on the establishment of this new institution which I have called time spectacular Thank God this is what we have nil hell waiting for Now Us I believe that I make sug gestion nf nn institution which wiser men will develop I wnnt to give some characteristics of this new institution this spectacular if it is to be a grntul social mill moral success In lime first place its entertainments must be com pressed within nn hour and threequar tern Whnt kills sermons prayers and lectures and entertainments of nil rorts is prolixity At a reasonable hour every night every curtain of public en tertainment ought to drop every church service ought to cense the in struments of orchestras ought to be unstrung What comes more than this comes too late On till platform of this new institu lion there will be a drama which be fore rendering Ins helll read expurgat ed abbreviated and passed upon by board of trustees connected With this reformed amusement association If there be in a drama a sentence smug gesting evil it will be strickin out If there be in n Shakespearean play a word with two menningsa good mean ing tumid u hall meaning another word will lie substituted nil honest word lotilauigimmb one way The caterers to public taste will have to learn that Shakespearean mistiness is no bettor than Congrovenn Hastiness You 11Who will dare to change by xpuriut- iOIl or abbreviation n Shakespearean piny dare The board of trustees of this reformed amusement associa tion will dar It is no depreciation of n drain till abbreviation of it I would like to hear 0 or JO pages of Miltons Paradise Lost rend nt one time but I should be very sorry to hear the whole look read at one sitting Abbreviation is not depreciation On time platform of this new institu tion this spectacular in der the care of the very best men nnd women in the community there shall tIC nothing wit nessed that would be unlit for a par lor Any attitude nilI look any word that would offend yom seated at your own fireside in your nmily circle will be prohibited from that platform By what law of common sense or of naomI ity does that which JB not fit to be seen or heard by live ptople become fit to be seen or hoard by 1300 people On the platform of tfint spectacular nil the scenes of time drama will be as chaste ns was oer n lecture by Edward Everett or a sermon by P W Robert son On the platform shall come only such men nnd women ns yon would welcome to your hums 101101 mnke the requisition tlint they be professors of religion There nre professors of religious tlint i would not want iniiiy pnrlor or kitchen or coal cellar It is not what we profess but what we mire All who come en that platform of the spectacular will be gentlemen and ladies in the ordinary acceptation of those terms persons whom you would invite to sit at your table and whom you would introduce to your children amid v itli whom aou would not be com promised if lIien t cit IusshiK f t JWI u f1 V ul6avliI PemisyRania avenue 6r Broad way with them On that platform there shall be imo cnrouser no inebriate no cyprian no foe of good morals masculine or femi nine It is often said we have no right to criticise the private morals of public entertainers Well do ns you please with oilier Institutions on the pint form of this institution we shall have only good men amid good women in the ordinary fcoeinlKellfuof goodness lust ns soon tin time tutu t forimi of tlie spec tacular is fully aunt fiiirjy established many genius who hitherto has sup pressed the dramatic olomeiit in his nature because he could not find the realm in which to exercise it will step over on the platform mid giants of time drama tJieir name known the world over who have been toiling for the ele vation of the drnmn will step over on that pint form such women ns Char lotte Cnshmnn of the past such men as Joseph Jefferson of the present The platform of that new institution of that expurgated drama occu pied only by these purest of men anti women will drnw to Itself millions of people who hnve never been to see time drnmn more luau once or twice in their lives or never saw It nt nil That in stitution wilt combine time bet music till best nrchiteeture the best geniilt six nights the Week on the side of ir telligence mill good mornls- Do you tell me this plan ischimerical answer it only requires one man somewhere between here anti Stun Fran disco or between Bangor anti Jnlves ton to see it nnd nppreciatc itone man of large individual means nnd great heart nail with 100000 he could do more good thnn nil time Lenoxes nnd the Lawrences and the Penbodys ever accomplished Ho would settle for nil nations nnd for all times the stupen dous question of nmuseincnt which for centuries unit been under angry and vituperative lisetiPMon anti which is nfl nearer being settled todny by nil appearances than It wns tit the stunt Snob institution Would have to be supported at time start by ft donation of capital limit very soon in n year or two it would become selfsupporting and the board of trustees of time re formed amusement association would flail that theidea paid not only in morals and the elevation of time people but in dividends nnd hnrd cnsh I would go to such till Institution such a spectacular1 I should go oncea week the rest of my life nnd take my family with mo amid time majority of the families of the earth would go to such nn institution 1 expect the time will conic when I can without bringing upon myself criticism without being nu inconsistent Christian when I a minister of the good old Presbyterian church will be able to go to some new institution like this time spectacular nnd see Hamlet nnd King Lear nnd the Merchant of Venice nnd time Hiihchbnck anti Joshua Whltoomb Meanwhile of us will have this dramatlelell1eilt unmet amid hare gnled For my love of pictures I can go to the art gallery for my love of music I cnn go to the concert for my love of literature I can go to the lyceum lee tare lImit for this dramatic element in my nature as strong as any other passion of the soul there is nothing hut in junction nnd prohibition Until sirs you can establish a spectacular or a similar Institution with ns much purity and with tis much entertain ment as this one of which I speak un til you cnii establish some such institution you may thunder away against evil amusements until time last minute of the last hour of the last day of the worMs existence anti without avail We wnnt this institution independent of the church and independent of the theater Tie church tries to compro raise this matter anti in mnn churches then nre dramatic cxlaibitiol11 Some times they call them charades some times they call them magic lantern ex hibitions entertainments for which you pay 30 cents the 0 cents to go for the support of sonin charitable institution extemporized stage is put up in the church or in tin lecture room anti there you go nnd see David and the giant and Joseph sold into Egypt nail little Samuel awoke the chief differ once between the exhibition in the church and the exhibition in the then tor being that the exhibition in the theater is more skillful Xow let ns hnve a new institution with expurgated drama and with time surroundings have spoken ofnit in stitution which we can without sophis try mill without selfdeception support mill patronizean institution to un compromisingly good that we can at tend it without any shock to our re ligious sensibilities thought tIme Sab bath before we sat at the holy sacra ment As to the drama of your life and mine it will soon end There will be no encore to bring us hack At the be ginning of that drama of life stood a cradle at the end of it will stand a grave The first net welcome The last act farewell Time intermediate acts banquet anti battle processions bridal and funeral songs anti tears laughter anti groans- It was not original whIt Shake speare when ho said All the worMs a Mnge and nit the men nnd women merely players lie got it from St Paul who 13 centuries before that hnd written We are made n spectacle unto the worM nnd to angels and to men A spectacle in a coliseum fight ing with wild boasts in an amphithea ter the gidlories full looking down Here we destroy n lion Here we grap lilt withn glndintor When we fall devils shout When we rise angels sing A spectacle before gallery above gallery gallery above gnllory Gallery of our departed kindred hockingtloaaii to sec if we mire faithful nnd worthy of onr Christian ancestry unplug for onr victory wnnt ing to throw us n garland glorified children nnd parents with cheer on cheer urging ns on Gallery of the martyrs looking down the carps anti time Kidleys amid tIme McKnfls and time Thebaii legion amid time Scotch Covenanters anti they of time Brussels market place anti of Piedmont crying down from the galleries God gaveus time victory anti He will give it you Gallery of ungcls looking down cheru bic seraphic nrchangclic clapping t heir wings nt every advantage we gain Gallery of the King front which there waves a scarred hand and front which there conies a sympathetic voice saying Be thou faithful unto death and willr give thee a crown of life Oh time spect ncle in which you and I are time actors Oh time piled up galleries looking down Scene The haunt day Stage The rocking earth inter Dukes lords kings beggars clowns Xo sword Xo tinsel Xo crown For footlights The kindlingflaniesofn world Foror vhcstra The trumpets that awake time ciappingfloodsHeavens rolled together ns n scroll For tragedy ThoDoomof the Profligate For tin last scene of time fifth net The tramp of nations across time stage some to time right others to the left Then tbe bell of the hist thunder will rInK nml IIP vuruiin will drop C ALLEGEDCONFESSION Wharton Golden Said to Have Mada a Remarkable Statement The AnsmIii of Gorbcl Hired to Fire time Trrurlirrou Sliott Muaprct Now tmler Arrrst In rot vol As tounding Ilevelatlont Biirboiirsville Ky March 10It- was sail here Sunday that Sergt F W Golden of time locnl trompany oj state guards has allied himself with attorneys for the prosecution of the assassins of William Goebel and has divulged much information concern big the moll now in custody at Frnnk fort Ills cousin Green Golden of time state guards returned from Frankfort Saturday night and gave it out that Whartou Golden time ser gent had turned to the other side and that Caleb Powers hind told him to keep Wharton from going to Frankfort Rut Wharton hunt left be fore the arrival of his cousin Among time men in this section who were present in Frankfort when Goel el was nssiiHsinated were Milt Trosl er John Golden and n young man taunted Hicketts of whom reside on farms adjoining that of Caleb Powers fath er on Brush creek Whnrton Golden in said to have stated here a few days ago that one of time men now hold at Frankfurt had offered these three boys 1200 if they would put Goobel out of time way He says they refused to take time money Wharton Golden also saul that he was afraid that these boys would tell on time men when the trial came up John L Powers brother of Caleb Powers ajid for whom thorc is a war rant of arrest came into town Sunday on time assurance of Sheriff Ueese that he would not arrest him He has been hiding in Harlan county anti on ida fathern farm Many of time republic ans here are very much incensed over time arrest of Caleb Powers antI de clare that they will go to Frankfort if necessary amid take him out of cams tody The majority of these people say that even if Powers had some con nection with time assembling of time mob at Frankfort on January 25 he is not guilty of the crime of assas sination because as they say he did not fire the shot It became known to the republicans nt Frankfort last week that Iipt F Hnwn of Com pany 12ih regiment of time state guards haiti informed Mr Beckhnm that lit would recognize him aural wns ready to make whatever disposition he saw nt of the SI rifles and 3000 rounds of ammunition in his posses sion Mr Beckhnm sent one of his oft cers to Bnrboursville with instruc tion to have Hawn pack and slit time rifles to Capt Longmire at Lexing ton hilt before thus could be done Lieut Col Morow came lucre with or tiers front Jon Collier to Hawn tell ing him to turn the rilles ami toil over to Lieut Gibson This Hawn refused to do whereupon Lieut Gibson with an armed force broke open time arsenal antI took time rifles The ammunition however is stored in time vault of the lank of Miller ic Miller who have refused to give it up except on time verbal order of dipt Hawn A stenogrpaher in time employ of the attorneys for the prosecution of Powers anti others came here frem Frankfort to take the ileMisitioiis of several witnesses who liaise boon summoned to time tri nmiii those men When his presence purpose became known a crowd of nbout wanted to lynch him He wns saved from tIme mob by Sergt Whnrton Golden who under the pre tense of becoming time lender of the mol so arranged matters that tIme stenographer got away Lexington Ky March 19For sev eral hours Sunday Thomas C Camp bell of Xew York 1obort B Frank lin commonwealths attorney and James Polsgrove county attorney of franklin county nnd F W Golden Barboursville were in consultation nt time Phoenix hotel The first named three mire attorneys fur time prosecu tion in time case of those accused of complicity in the assassination of William Goebel and Golden is a ser geant in the Bnrboursville company of mountain militia of which John L Powers is tIme captain At 3 oclock Sunday afternoon Campbell went to Cincinnati anti a couple of hours latter Franklin and Polgrove returned to Frankfort Gol den left Sunday night on the east bound C O train At time depot he was asked by a militiamen as to his mission here It is stated that his reply was am saving myself from n term in time pen maybe the gallows He refused to talk to newspaper men nt alL IntTCanrtl Five Time Washington March iSTime housu committee on militia directed a fa vorable report on the bill of Kcpre sentative Marsh of Illinois increasing the appropriation for time national guard anti militia of the country from 400000 to 000000 annually Ordered to Oliserve the Sabbath Washington March 14Time presi dent has sent instruction t to United States Commissioner General Peek at time Paris exposition to see that the Snbbnth is observed as far ns possible in the American section during the progress ofthe exposition IrcMl lriit tif time Aimoclatlon Washington March 14It is stated here that Robert Young time son of Nick Young the league president will be time president of the new American nssociatfon of baseball clubs dipt llciirr MchoU Burial Oakland Cal March l4mupt Henry Xichols who died from sun stroke at Manila while serving aboard time monitor Monadnock has been buried with naval mind masonic lion ors in Mountain View cemetery at OaklandVictor S Clark Iteslfrns San Juan Porto Rico March 15 Victor S Clark president of the board of education has resigned Members of the hoard charge him with incoinpetency although this is repudiated by others Forfeited ihis halt Bond New York March 17 Frederica Morn who is now reported to be lead ing tin insurrectionary force on th borders of Costa Iticu mind Xicaragua was called for trial in time criminal part of time United States court here There Is an indictment for counter feiting against him on lie and as he failed to answer lila bait bond of 1500 taas forfeitedf- lemirciieittuattse Grow Improved Washington March 10Tue condi tion of JSeprcsentatSve Grow of Penn sylvuiilu ia Improved Spring Humors of the Blood 1 Come to a certain percentage of all the peopla Probably 75 percent efthese people are cured every yeaiby Woods garsaparilla and we hope by this ad vertisement to gel the other 23 per cent to take Hoods Sarsaparilla It has made more people well effected snore wonderful cures than any other medicine in the world Itsjitrength as a blood purifier is demonrated b3 its marvelous cures of 1 Scrofula Salt Rheum Scald Head Bolls Pimploai All kinds of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Malaria Etc All of which are prevalent at this sea jItHoods Sarsaparilla Is America Greatest Blood Medicine THE PLACE FOR A POOR MAN Alameda N W T Canada Dec 22nd 1899 Mr B Davies Canadian Government Agent St Paul Minnf 4 Dear SirAs I promised you abouft two years ago that at some future times I would let you know what I thoughts of West cm Canada and the chances of T poor man making a start and support lag a family at same time so will write n few facts concerning my owrt expe rience the past 21 months and Tviat E have dour any ablebodied hints carmio provided he will work I left Traverse country March 20ti IS08 landed in Alameda at noon timt fist with 355 in my pocket a strOnger and among strangers and when my family came in OcL lSWmy wife had nearly SID or barely enough to pay freight on her stove chine anti clothes and beds I cornImenced work March 2Sth also made en try for homestead same day the man 1 started work for loaning me 15 to pay entrance fee anti I have earned or at least received S47R10 in wages since then anti have been idle at least 2 months of time 21 since I came The homestead I took had 12 acres broke by a former occupant I paid 2fl to have it replowcd in July OS and tIme seed wheat for it cost me 825 I let it to a neighbor for s in elevator clear i of all expense except the seed and this fall I received 7010 for my part oS the crops oft of the 12 acres so my total receipts the past 21 months has been 54810 and my expenses besides hiving for self and family have been as tL lows Entrance fee 500 being paid for cancellation 1500 Summer fallowing 12 acres 2000 Seed forsame 825 Cost of house besides my own labor on same 7583 20 acres of breaking and double discingsame GOOO 17310 e My half of wheat 7010 7 Net expense on homestead 109 no We moved on our homestead Jtalyr 10th 1SOO have 32 acres in good shapes for crops in 1900 My wife joins vvlthi 4me in sending best wishes to you ande t yours You can truly say to any poor man who pays a big rcnt to get a Janu somebody elses land or works for wages to support a family that I have personally tried both in Minnesota and tried hard to make a success of it but found to my sorrow that after working hard a poor living was all I could get out of it and after nearly 2 years of Western Canadian life I will say that I am very thankful to you forhelping me to decide to try it in Canada Yours respectfully IV II KINKADE Mining Commandment The brilliant preacher when ho makes his parochial calls endeavors to cultivate an acquaintance with tte de velopment of the younger mind thus after a fashion keeping tab upon his Sunday cool teachers The other afternoon while lie rns waiting in the drawingroom of a beautiful Cass avenue residence for the appear ance of Elsies mamma lie was entertained by the little daughter herself Taking her upon his lap he began a review of thus church lessons that had been given to z little maid of five Can you tell me Elsie how mazy com puindments there are eightOh i Yes I know there used to be hut heard papa tell mamma yesterday that you had broken two or three of them at least and that would leave only seven or eight you know Detroit Free Press A Perfect Bird Dealer Here sir is a very superior bird t It will mimic anything Purchaser a cracker Yes Im a hollow mockery N2Y Press Humanity desire for revenge is illus trated in making the goat a butt of ridicdc Chicago Dispatch Some men quarreiso ranch that after awhile they enjoy it Washing Ion la Democrat The best diplomat is too sharp to be cut ting Chicago Dispatch Backaches of Women are wearying h yamfrf orlptlon and they hMffcatm real trouUo somewhere Efforts to hear tho duH pain arm heroic hut they do not overcome It aim the backaches continue until the cause is re moved I Lydia E PinUums Vegetble Compound does this snore certainly than any other medicine It has meen doing it for thirty years It Is a wo mans medicine for wo mans Ills It has done much for the health of Y American women Read the grateful letters front women constantly ap pearing In this name- rMrsPinkham counsels twomen free of charge Her address Is Lynn 1 t NEWSIcr 4 J ffi t SIPJONS UNEARTHED k g c rc tjnnotrd ID Up Tliour of TP4l1rt1i Trader IurlrIcIj a n Did Inn In 121uhrit Ky March 17 Kiglit skel I 1tOISwere unearthed by laborers em to build a switch on till llenjiderson division of tIll Louisville Xr kuillc riilrnatl near town A Ian examination of the skeletons indicatj nl that they were lie remains dividual who hull been killed IheI chief of police was notified also sev I eral medical men and the latter 11111 nouictil that the skeletons were iloubl Its tlic remains ttf men who had IKCII buried at least SO years Four tit the skulls were crushed in us though trtaig lioeii dealt blows vilh some a ivy instrument The other four hail holes in different por itions of IhsllIlI is though a largeI caliber bullet hail been fired at r range Forty ycars ago in a hollow where i tho skeletons were exhumed stood Itau inn the pntpritor of which 1jndyreputation The inn was lIn1 lilctcd by a man named 7ro nvho was also notftl for illicit t trtlicIairM hliiky il Trailers from Nashville mill vicinity through this Tret jOlt on jnmsed St Louis 10 dispose or tlllirl products Iregorys lUll p only stoppirg place mill was n popular resort for traders r In thespring of IS2 a company i traders eight in number led by oCI i1Jerdtah left Nashville for SU 4 with a large drove of cattle 4f disposed of the stock and a few fh1later started upon their return In vain did the mcmlxTs of the fami ilitSawait the cooling of the loved ones Nothing more was ever hearth of them although they were itothis setion tmCI1 The skeletons discovered lievctl to he those of the lon tneiX and relatives of the men havoi 0been notified and will transfer the mains to various burial grounds tIbodies were found near where fe old Inn used to stand The proprietor Gregory at the breaking out of the civil war joined 3Iguerrilla band under ihp leadership i tthefamous Sue najtlaiial was Wiled Sue Nainair Mas born and reared near Giijlirie in M gnji county YiII Uuld the GunN i Captlillitia voniany one or Taylors sup 4 rten gave out a statement here 3lIAL 2400 guns two cannon and two Xatling guns are stored n london IFallll that he wilt hold them sit all hazards against allyattempt to take them lie says that not only I will the grants hilt the citizens wilt resist if n clash comes lie will hold them till the courts decide the gubcr jiatorial contest 4S Wna Iliinllj Trlrd Lancaster Ky Marcia 17 Yiliam llcCoy was given ten years in the penitentiary for killing his aged fatherinlaw David Whitchead near SJrJppuig Springs in 1SS9 McCoy was 0 fugitive from justice for nine enrs I t counIJtwo years 3 Icbsc 4 Doctor Decorate Detectivej K March 1Dr l oli I J t nIJwinhlleL 1111imllntregular pharmacists He will get 2Ifor cPch conviction besides a atuart salary and expenses 4 Tnru Cnsm of Tayldrsville Ky SfUalloxI S cases of smallpox I the family of Squire Van Dyke col ored at Wilsonville It is rcportcil that two deaths have occurred There sxrpse en new cases at the Clark home 4S nerjVihionvihlc y UMB T To tnrder Cnara Broiisville Ky March 17Ed monsnn circuit court will this term try Thomas Hiprjn iharged with the murder of loliu linnhatv and It IY Iura charped with murdering his 4tisIerinIat Miss Clcmintinu Vilk ins DUtlllerlra Stnrllntr Ip- nichmond 1555S Kj March 1Lhac dir tillerics of II C lliec and J T Hack 4 worth at Eke Station 1lstill county c liave started up The distillery of W S Hume Co at Silver Creek is also running 1St Tn Inehr of Soon Columbia Ky Mardi 17t bliz yanl has struck this city commencing with a heavy snowstorm which lasted llmiujjh the night TJie snow is tbont ten incites deep Hnldrd n Still- Richmond KyM March 15 Bevenue Collector Millard West of Lancaster St4und a posse of deputies recently raid 1ooushine still near Invlne Es A1 tillcountj A large quantity of beet iauth whisky was found but time op f V erators escaped IS Died of DrlKhta Dlnrnne llopkinsvillc 1J March ULripraan died at his home here of Briglits disease aged about 5S years 14c The remains will be taken back to Nashville his former home for burial 9s1b An Overdose of Morphine bir i Georgetoyn Ky March 15John- I je T Johnson aged 35 years and unmar ried ivho was formerly welltodo died at the Moore house from an 2 coverdose of morphine It is not be lieved that the drug was taken with suicidal intent 7jFor sienllnff a Ballot box Laxington Ky Starch 15Deputy United States Marshal Con McCarthy hasarrested a man named Lavin and i twonamed Dodd for the theft of the Athens ballot box in this county last JfoVember tt Madden String Shipped I4 LcxingtonjiCy March 15John E 4 f Madden shipped 15 runners to Louis ChurchillI2 Downs Among was I theJlJerby candidate considered by admirers as having a grand chaice for the Kentucky classic which Is to tltbedecided May 3 at the Downs 4q 4 i4 ni tUlcr Fiord V Paris Ky March lifbe Paris muri White itt Co lOft Uucil 500 for foil 7 lag o report to the county clerk tp t 1F a r ANOTHER FEUD STARTED Two IVraiin Stint nnd ti o Ollicrl- Srrlnusly tc in n ltnirrrl nt n School CltmliiK- Blooksvillc Ky Mnreh 15 Al lie closing of the 1orcst trot school at llerlin n dillieulty occurred is tiveen the llaiuillon brothers mill H It and sons over a youn5 IUllnillun heating a son of Morgans lnrgaiaIirgau 1I1IIi11ulIIxl U and II P Morgan and the three Ham ilton boys were eereltitt The younger brother may die A lynch lug is expect nl The sheriff anA conn t judge have been called Vlllitinl n CIe TrllMiiinl Middlesboro Ky Marcli 10 On pe tition of City Midge 1i liuswortli Ihe circuit court has granicd an ortler restraining II M Khorer ruin acting as city judge It is solid tilt city gov ernment will rcfiuc to reeognieludge iIaetieahlylitmatter is adjudicated lItIi Khorer and l1osvort Ii arc prominent Ken liickians liosworth being a brother of HIierifT Henry IloMvorth of I ifayetle founly Khorer is an exsenator mill legallightleft to this IrrLtiuisvillo Ky Marcia liTh di rectors of the Itink of KIT lucky held a called meeting to consider what shall be done as II result tif the Ken nick law repealing the banks char tel if it does oat comply with the tax provisions ni the new constitution by May 1r was decided to leave all to the lmhs attorney ludge A P Hurjphiiy The Inited States su pr mc court reeenlly dceideil that thu jank haul a contract with the state to pay its taxes under the Hewitt law until the expiration of the batiks clnirlcr In 10 Organization llffreted Heater Dam Ky March 1iL1orty miners and I3 openitors the rehire MMiJativcs of the two classes in ses shout here organized by electing lint L It Stewart chairman W Mc ul but of Inion coiinly represent ing the miners nail Kaukin Kastin of Ilcmlerson county for the operators secretaries It is thought the wago scale will be readily fixed though tlio session mav continue for ten days Infniillcide Charged Itrandenburg Ky March l7etvsfrom Rock Haven says that Miss M C Robinson has been heM to the cir coil court on a charge of infanticide It is charged she threw her child in a vault It was alive when found hut soon died The womans defense is that the father of the child told her that if she would kill it he would marry her- Convention Will Up Held late Louisville Ky March lThie re publican state convention this year will probably come later than usual C M llnrnett chairman of the stain central committee says The limit is April 15 Vithdrn vnIn Xot Reported Paris Ky March IGln the cir cuit court the Peacock Distilling Co was fined 0 for failing to report withdrawal of whisky to the audi tor The k G White Co was fined 500 on a similar charge llrnnglit Froth Manila for llnrlal Ml Sterling ICy Mardi lGThie remains of Samuel Alexander son of Mrs W II Moore of this cityvhio died at Manila last October were brought lucre and were interred in Machpclc cemetery Thursday Trotter Sold Paris Kyalardi 15111lon Brennan have sold to J Douglass of Louisville the chestnut mare Kglantinc full sister to Debnarch 2114 Price liOO Fined for Whipping a Boy London Ky March 1Iror JC Lewis principal of the Sue Bennett Memorial college was fitted on the charge ttf whipping John Pitman schoolboy while not under the truck ers control Little Child Terribly Scalded Oleiiwood Kytlarcht 1Franc Twiman n little child of Mrs Lulu KatclifT pulled a pot of hot coffeu from the stove scalding himself ter ribly Bccovcry is doubtful Girl Fatally Burned Slenwood Ky March 17 A daugh ter of Robert Jenkins was fatally burned lice clothing igniting from a fireplaceAn Arced Mltitntrr head London Ky March 7Bev John mail an aged Methodist minister ot this place is dead Jail Inntcnd of the Pen Cynlhiana FytInrcli 1C Sheriff Casey and deputies look eight pris otters who were sentenced to tho penitentiary last term of court to Lexington and lodged them in jail j there where theywill be kept until the trouble at Frankfort iended Dropped Beau IFarmrr Ky March IGJolI Hudgins aged 50 a prominent and wealthy farmer of this county drop peel dead while plowing of heart ofI24 was Ilrotlirm Cnptnrrd Paducah Ky March JGToe Grftr inIman were captured at midnight at his home near Little Cypress and lodged in the Benton jail Their cases were set for trial next Tuesday FzankfortIwas disputeIGot n Three Years Sentence Louisville Ky March 16Mary Hopkins alias Ballon and John Hop kins alias Dalton who were arrested Iin Cincinnati while they were remov furniture stolen from Mrs Cor nelius Walker of Louisville to Clcve larcenyIKe iv Toft Olllce In Kentucky Washington March 16A post of fice has brett established at St Cath erine AVuslihigtou county Ky with i Josle Hollerun as poitnaiteri I 1 liiJ 11 l 1 35 FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS liril Sc1iinn Wnslilnctoi March lSSenateDuring nlmnm tile tiillre posKiun of the Sonnte Mr Itiwllns of ttnli oreuplrd the lIon In a ilpciiFnlon of tin Ilillipiiinc tiitst ion Hn went deeply Into the ron tltiitionaL t of tin iiufstimi Ills nrKiiiioiit was liirgrly lixal nnd tcrhnloal lie is opposed Elgtitystx1r1vatttIlous Kiir the fioond ttmo within n y ek it Dmncrnt was unseated liy the lloiifo nnd n Hptilillcan ycated in his 111hillrtthe Stconl Virginia District The vote was rxceiilliiRly closi Vliil nono nf the Republican voted with t Ito Democrats thurlttiuutuhltiflfrom IB ho normal tnhiJrit t 7 An ur Kent dellciency bill carrying J1I335SO wa passel WnnhlnKton Marcia l15cnatelerFiMinl explanatloiix were inadv by Mr Allen and Mr icr of t heir iustt 4ir tilt Iliiaucml qUest lloth announces their iKIUf In tlu fr f and unlimited coin nIl of cllvor nt tliu ratio or lit to Tin reIortitoHon Mr Turner of Washington Iuga nit ptriul il speech tin the Puerto Rlcar bill He maliilaincd that the Iomliti imasuro dearly was uneoiistltutlona nud cxprosstd Ills belief that It wolilc be so hold If it wore pavscd upon by Hit supremo court lioutoTItu lilKt leglslntlve step In the enactment of the financial bill was t tthttv- hien the conference report on tlio bill Was mioptfd by a vote of ytas li nnyt 10 present mm not voting lit The senaU lintl nlnndy hdoptml the conference re mrt so that it remains nullor Irosldoni MeKlnley to iiltlx Ills signature to the measure to make it a law WawiiuiKton March hiSenateTwo ar RiimentK were presenteil to the senate IP which utmost antlpiHlical iosltlous wen taken liy the two senators Mr Teller o Colorado In a brief speech malntalnet that the constitution could nut extend territory acquired ty the Ill 1t1 States while Mr Turner of Washington elatio ratei contended that the constitution em braced the aciiulred territory the very mo meat the Inited fctaten took iermineni possession of It Aside from the constitu tlonal qliertloiiti the two senators were In practical ngrcement Itoth were opposed to the pemiing nnd both objected It liny of the insular territory becoming Part of the Inlted States or any of Its habitants citlztns of the Inltcd States houseThe lMstrlct of Columbia appro priation was taken up nail under Hit latitude nhiow1ulr Adamxun of tieorgia taseussed the Nicaragua canal Jlr Cow herd the Phi question Mr Howard of ieorK a questions relating to the Phil ippines and t lie uisti door jiolley In tlic orlciu Mr Rucker of Missouri the ad visability tif electing senators by the peo tile antI Mr Itoiltell till replied In Mr Cowherd A resolution was adopted settlni aside a emote Fridays for considera unit of t reported by the claims and war claims committee Itllls were passed to settle the title to real tate n the city of Santa Ke N 11 ami for the relief of Tnomas Paul The Dis net of Columbia appropriation bill carries JGfiOS37S Washington March 1SlIalcurnearly three hours the senate had undei niscufslon the bill npproprlatinR J2W5 for the benetit of the inople of Porto Rico The bill laid not been tllsiosed of when the Quay ease was called up Air Wellington presented an eIb orate argu meat against the seating of Mr Quay nnd the remainder of the session was consumed In a running discussion of the constitutional qmstloiis Involved House The District of Columbia appro hwsedlthin abandoned Ft Hays military reser vation to the state of Kansas for use as an experiment station state normal school and public park purposes Washington March lot3eutateAfter a debate at times spirited extending over parts of two days the senate passed tin Porto Rican relief appropriation bill As passed the measure carries Ji09at the president IKIUR authorized to use tutu stunt for public education public workr and other governmental and public pur sues In Iorto Rico Other bills wen passed Relating to the accounts of Inlt ed States marshals and thin clerks of thc districts courts for the territory of Utah to amend the Revised Statutes relitlne to the signing of lulls of exceptions ulayIntwo hours were spent In Hie discussion of a bill to pay Representative Swanson J1769 for extra expenses Incurred by him In his contest III thin last congress hut the Lull was ultimately abandoned Itllls were parsed to ay J A Ware J37SO for extra service in thin construction Hound City national cemetery tr lr1Ithe claim of Joshua Itishop for services as lieutenant commander Inlted States navy to the court of claims unit for Hit relief of several other Individuals Washington Mach liSellalCXot In session House A huh was pissed providing for the purchase liy lie ICeoluk Packing 10 of a strip of laud In AUskit uii by the company for the past 23 years Two more nntltrust resolutions were Introduced one against the American Steele Wire Co and the other against the Federal Steel Co Mr Uurkett presented resolu tions In memory or the late Monroe L hayward a senator from Nebraska Tributes were paid to Mr Havwardr memory and as an additional mark of re spect the house adjourned at 123 oclock Unionize II er lIiloK Chicago March IS Inless a body goes to its last resting place in a imioiiMinilc collin it will be refused burial in thin cemeteries of Chicago and vicinity if the plans of the labor unions to organize n grave diggers union are carried out Already they have compelled the placing of the union labelon every cradle inanufac turcd and it is thin avowed object of the unions to imionie everything froih the cradle to tlio grave iuelu shl Knrly VfKftnlilfK Injured Saaiinah in March 18 The tem perature went to 0 degrees Earl vegetables were badly injured Beans mill young cabbages were kill ed The truck farmer will lose heat ily Macau tnIulirieli rf leading fruit growers of near lucre indicate that the fruit crop has not been ma terially injured by the present coM weather Colony oT MlNHniirl Iiirmern Chihuahua Mexico March 19 A colony of 400 Missouri farmers is to be established in the valley of the Concho river in this state The pro moters of the colonization scheme hint e purchased 200000 Bergs of rich valleys anti a few of the colonists have already arrived Muid S lit lie v New York March 1SMatid S the celebrated trotter died Saturday SIte was aged 20 years ills MlnMlon lit Honolulu Xcw York March J9lIishol lleii ry C Potter formally ummaimoutacedtat time morning service in Grace church that the object of his recruit journey to Honolulu mind the Philippine is lands was to extend tIme influence of tilt American Protestant Kpiscopal church in time new possessions of the United States government Clrntvood lout llnrnetl Kenova W Ya March ISGtnwood inn one of the fittest hotels in southern West Virginia hunted early Saturday Loss 10000 Sentence Commuted Nashville Tenn March 1Xetvs has been received here of the commutation of the sentence of V W Carr of Sunnier county from one year to six months by the president Carr was convicted of illicit distilling and be will be released March 19 IlnnU President Und New York March 131r Samuel Pcniiington president of the Newark City National batik and who was the oldest living graduate of Princeton college died at his home in Newark N J aged 94 years May lIac Sterilized Water Paris March 13The comB tion of time water supply of Paris U now receiving attention and a clues tion regarding it is likely to be re ceived in the chambers It is pro posed to have pure sterilized drink ing water here during the exposi tion Frclclit Trains Collided Newark 0 March HA Panhan dIe extra freight crashed into an other here Ten ears and an engine were damaged and both trucks were blocked for ten lioure r IAN AMENDED ANSWER Kentucky Republicans File One in the Governor Contest Suit tins cr5 Darin Culloii nnil AVIilt Inker Vrt litknit Ironi iou I hiP to IrnuUfirl fur Tliei- rlr iiulnnr KxiiiiiliuHliin Louisville Ky Mmvli IS Warrants have been issued for Oif the utmost iromincnt republicans in Kentucky mil also fur four llrown deinocmtiv leaders charging them with being accessories Iron the fact to the mur der of William Coebel Only 12 of these warrants have been given to the letectivcs and hut four have been erved Only four more will be served it present the plan being to have the April grand jury of Franklin ironnty return indictments and then the arrests will olloxv- Kcpuhlican Cor Taylor and United States Senator Deboe are on the list of those to be indicted Talor says he will never surrender alltiithe United States Supreme Court takes action Iteekham is CX itch to attempt to capture the State house the moment the state court of appeals allirms Judge Fields decision Frankfort Ky March161tt a conference between the county and district ollicers here it was deter mined In have returned hero Secre rctary of State Powers Holland Whit taker W II Culton ullllnpt Davis the four alleged accessories to the as 50551 iim haiti of iov Win ioebel mill to give them a speedy examining trial The order of transfer from Louis ville Thursday morning byouuutty Judge Moore and deputy sheriffs will leave at once to bring the prisoners The prisoners will be arraigned sep arately mill it is thought that bail will be granted to two of them by con sent of the commonwealth Frankfort Ky March 17tuiehi 1owers loliu Davis W Culton and llarland Vhittakor were brought here from Louisville Friday in charge of Sheriff Sntcr and deputies A spe cial detail of police utah deputy slier ifs met them at lit train mill they were iiarehed to the jail through the strcctu which were lined with people who anticipated their coming There was io disorder mId the prisoners greeted their friends pleasantly as they Went to jail The prisoners were arraigned be fore County Judge Moore at 11 oclocl mill after sunlit argument be tween tIn attorneys Halip was re leased on 10000 bond Judge Ioore set the examining trials for Monday County Attorney Polsgrovc said he did not think the state could get ready for trial by that time and in case thfly did not would ask a con tinuance of two days Louisville Ky March iTheamended answer of the republican in the IteekhamTaylor consolidated suit involving the governorship was tiled wi1l Judge Field in tIme circuit court Friday It has been in prepar ation b5exom Uradley Judge Yost anti other attorneys since Judge Fields revent decision declaring his court had no jurisdiction in the case and that his court could not review the action of the legislature seating ISeekham The atuieuidedmunstver is made principally to perfect the rec oral before the ease is taken to the cmirt of iiiiil As a result of meetings held by n number of prominent citizens of Louisville it is announced that cx Jov John Young llrown has accepted time employment as chief counsel for the men arrested for the murder of time late Win locbel This action its promoters say is taken in order that no innocent man may be convicted through the agency of tIme 100000 reward appropriated by the last leg islature KxOov Brown will be chief counsel and with him uill be asso ciated lion Oeor Dcnny of Le hit ton W C P Urcckinridgc of Lexing ton lion L C Sims of Howling ireen lion A K Willson of Louis title and several others These lte Ylrll Inure hn iumstriueealo push thii eases to an early trial and failing in that bring habeas corpus proceedings Frankfort ly March 1i0Taylor is solid to have prepaicd state ment making a second appeal to President McKinley John W Ycrkes of Danville mill other republican lead ers were called in conference at the executive mansion and the pIer submitted to them A committee to be headed by Mr Yerkes is to be sent to Washington to lay before the president whatever message is agreed on by the conference Friday- A d Double Ilirciitlnn- Nasville N C March 15 Kobert Fortune mill John Taylor negroes were Thursday morning hanged at NashvilleC for the murder of Uobert Hester a white farmer in Nash county The men waylaid lies ter and after robbing him shot him to deathSo was time demand to see the double execution that the Nash county hoard of commissioners made the hanging public It is estimated that 10000 persons saw the banging Jnlln Arthur the cren Retire Philadelphia March 19li C ChI ney husband of Julia Arthur the actress announced her retirement front thc stage for time season and perhaps permanently All dates have ben canceled mill the company dis banded Ilrrlitt IiiNiirreetlonI- Scrlin March 19 Sunday being the anniversary the llerlin insurrection of 1848 the event was celebrated in the usual manner by the socialists and radicals The weather was very unfavorable Mm Palmer Golnjv to Pur Chicago March 191111 Potter Palmer will leave Chicago Wednesday for Paris to attend to the preliminary work connected with her appoint ment by President McKinley as a commissioner to the exposition Mrs Palmer will look after the interests of the American women in Paris Juialge luiieys Sister ncI Milwaukee Wis March 19Mm Isadore Clark a sister of Judge Tuley of Chicago lied lucre aged 70 years The remains will be taken to Chicago for interment at Hose Hill cemetery SetilutorM of Xote Married New York March 19liss Nary Trimble Lawrence the sculptor whose best known work a statue of Colum bus stood at the heath of the court of honor at tIme Chicago worlds fair was married Sunday to Francois Michael Tonetti also a sculptor of note The Coltl Wave In Chicago Chicago March 18Ihe tempera lure Saturday morning beat all rec ords for this lute in March since ISSS Ar 2 oclock Saturday morning lilt thermometer registmrt one bo lowSf do k f JIif Jl f FJIo MOTIVES MISUNDERSTOOD Uow the Iltronrlnn lln lcrj of Q Swell Vomit linn Struck a Ilotrl Clerk There n young Imsinpfs man who luau more hosiery tItan lie know what to with lie was jnitc recently on a ImeincM trip anil liiipriip to stop for n ronpc of days in IMiilriIrlpIiia He wanted to get jiavforthe iliulc anal othrr freak wlio manage to get sonic brief liotorirtr because of their nnlicj lie had ten jlollar to rpare on a sclienie and lie tmcraruliimgyuruit to a liar gain sale at tvhi t loud a lot of last Mini timer socks at fa cents n imir lie spoilt the nioneyouu these tiling nnil he went out of bis way to pot the mot outrapeons rninliinv ions of color and the Ifiost liirarrp atTests that were in tin place lie mccerdtd trout dei fully He had mocks which made Ue asphalt sidewalk curl na tier do under ex mahuickeilIlintel sitting in a conspicuous tae allowing forbouitllsilnformot ten hours and naturally attracted quite a good deal of attention That was what lie wanted lint he etuild not break into the newspapers The clerk when he wa paving said You ought to patent that invention Whal a that askcil theiccl man with fin anticipatory smile as he expected fome tliiiiR rniupliinrntary about 1u scheme litsIJllrlhRELEGATED THE HASH The Innillndy Ciuilil Not VIHifllanfI the OnalniiBlit of HIP Face Iliinn Frnlerx In a certain boarding house where variety was not time tpice of life mind where hash was so frequent an occurrence that it would have been advertised for if it had come 11I missing lived fix boys who were battling with a cold world and a colder landlady This perpetual hash grew monotonou nnd time boys determines to banish it from the tabe by fair menus or foul Accord incly whn they tiled into the diningroom on Monday morning nnd recognized the Sundays roast served up in hash the first boy made a low lion and raid Why loollIIonliuK tim think Ive meta you The second shook his head mournfully and MrfteefAlt vet said the third the poor fellow is all up tighcdtI1Ves closer tItan a brother assented the fifth The victim of a terrible grind finished the li lhalhlloel their places at table The landaldy wore a haughty dontknow whatyonmeau air but hath has no mote lumen seen in their midst Memphis Scim itar Net Lsr fair 1Vreieu Telegraphy Wireless telegraphy huts had a new demon strition for usefulness by the captain of a signalhaildanger In a like manner Hostellers Stom ach Hitters the famous cure acts when all other medicines fail Its superior ity is quickly felt in the renewal of strength appetiteShorthand Talk plopleThetonguetoWhile this was going on a voting wit entered the courtroom and stood listening for a miirite to the witness answers Then Ioe remarked aIrily say whats he doiu talking thorthan Detroit Free Irssa STATE or Onto CITY DP TOLEDO8 LUCAS Corxxv Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is the hllIerSIounty ami State aforesaid and that Kiid linn will pay the sum of One Hundred Dol am for each and every case of catarrh that cannot be cured bv the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FIIAXK J CHKXKY Strom to before Jill and subscribed in my ircsencQ this Gilt day of December A D 1SS1 St W aLgASOX IuhliIIand acts directly on the blood and mucous sum faces of the system Send for free PJ OllEXKY CO tslimonialsI 8old bv druggists 73c Halls i anmily Pills arc the bestIWent to Sleep Quickly The mother of a little threeyearold had been stray front home and on her return askedIsleeplastOhshe replied papa twicd to sing to me like cu does an I dim went to sleep weal wick so I touldut hear him Cincinnati ErqumrcrS You Cllll Get Allen FnotFae FItRE- Wrlto iHAnii to Alicia H Olmstctl Leroy N Y for a FREE sample of Allens Foot HICllrtSaching feet It mattes New or tight shoes A certain euro for Corns and Bun ions All druggists and shocstorcs sell It CI Ton Great n Strain- MumgginsPoor Wigwag has gone insane Ituggins You dont mean if Yes he started to calculate how much alimony botomon would have to if he had lived in Cluicagolhiladeiplmuu Itec ord Tn Cure uIui in One tiny Take Laxative Jlrnlllo Tabllt Alt druggists refund money it at rails to cure 2c There are fotnc women who always use the saute kind of judgment in allowing a steak to be passed off on them that th exercised years ago in selecting a husband Atchison Globe There shouM be litllor no pity for time iuch1Inowingaspirations Detroit JoturumalS Thi is one of the little things that omitas the lecturer in time dine mii rum remarked in introducing the mathematical infant prodigy Town Topics Each package of PUTNAM FADKLKSS DYES colors more goods than anothertlye- nml colors them better too Sold by all druggists Dont give up a bill for lout The fellow soodashillltGII II All UT IlKlOIlT 17LIVK23 Vlr Duellers t 4 75 01I0GSSelletMixed puckers 5 up 5 WSIIKKIIuthSExtr tp 1 WGHAIN IOaIso5IIIOVIStONStIcss 9iDUTTJUCholec 6APPLl5Chic01OTATOESIcr brl tiuP li CHICAGO 60LItAINWhtttNo tGCornNoOats No 2 ZFM 21 Itye No 2 KMi rrli nIAIUSlcl1mNEW YOKIC 00GllAINhealNoOats No 2 mixed dS 612POlth1tesLARDSteam BALTIMOHE 50GRAINSouthern en tj 75 40UOats67CAVrLKHOGS Western 5 50 5 INDIANAPOLIS J2OatsNoLOUISVILLE COURALWhcatNo 40UOatsGOIAltIllIeilm V i I ii a = r= === uw The Chief Justice of Samoa SaysSPeruna is The Very Best Catarrh Curcr JUSTICE Court Room Scene where Judge Chambers maintained the supremacy of the United States In Samoa- In t recent teller to The Peruna Nedlcins Co Chief Justice Cijimlxrs says the foltataing of Pcrurut 1 I have tried one bottle of Peruna and I can truthfully say it is one of the best tonics I ever used and I take pleasure in recommending it to all sufferers who are in need ofa good medicine I can recommend it as one of the very best remedies for catarrh T7 L ChambersS WHY AMERICANS WINI AVhen They Ghoul a Inddrr They Itequlrc Anyone to IDoiit Hold It One of this many rcaons why American manufacturers are to fucccfffu competing in forli11 markets is to he fciml in the followingIpiHul which otfiirre recently IIImailc similar goods A certain tticlc which both hums made was unilrr is our price on this thing afklll- tJlAmPrie1n Well in our money about SI repiicrt time EngislimimatiImat does it cct you Ill deliver at your door all you want at seven dollars apiece maul the American How in the worM do you do it Well Ill illustrate answered tIme Amer tan Look cut of that ivinilow and arrows the street See that man pointing a sign Ve lies on a ladder isnt imel YesI that other man sitting on the sidewalk holding the foot of the ladder Yes Now in America xve have ladders that ftand up lay thucmclvesdont need a titan to hold em So you see in this instance we divide your taut of labor exactly by twoI tee remarked the Englishman KIcc irical llcviciv Vus All Face The Roverior pencil of Canada while lIIetlalla envcrmng Indian without a askinglionThe governor eenoril explained in his iuiupct English how it was that time skin of his face having been exposed to the weather always it naluraKy had baldened TIic Indian waited till the white man was through then with an utterly cxnrersion less counteiincc he saul Me all lace and wetit his ivay Cincin nah Knuuiror California Quickly and Comfort ITO il ly- Union Pacific and North WtternCine The Overland Limited leaves Chicago daily GSO 1 M arrives ian Francisco the afteinoon of thairluhay aimt- tLos Angeles next nuirniiig No change of cars All meals in dining cars rujTft smoking anal library earn with liarher hest of llrthinI Tlie IVcitic Mxprcss leaves Ciirigo daily l0t I1 M with first class and through tourist sleepers to Canfor everyrlttma1aycago it XorthWcstem 1SV For inIformation and illustrated pamphlet apply V Ii Kniskern 22 Fifth are Chicago IllI A PrnbnMe ecrIAskit What w II he Kansas editors anal prwchsrs dangingI IialtsIsuheriplioMAmerican Low Rats Homo Seekers Kxcu ons Thin Missouri Pacific Ilailway and Iron Mountain Koutc are now rnnnirig a scries cf oIlIIlWII1TilketollSil and 17th at vcr low rates lnrfoll11ems time cards and illustrated applicationto The Snvnjre Hnrliclor If you hail been at the Hrowns golden wedding celehration last night said thft Sweet Young Thing yen rpnltl have al terr d your views on matrimony woudnt cither said the Savage Bachelor inatiiiuory were not a fake there would not be such a powwow raised over a couple that have managed to endure youforgetCure cough with hales Honey 1lohianuuumd and Tar Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute When a man has a day to himself he cant recall any of the things lie longed to Jo when he was busy Atchison Gote Fur Whooping Cough Pisos Cure is a hroopAveDont judee a mans prospects by his pre tensions Chicago Dispatch C B GoMthwaite Druggist Troy Ala wrote February 28 1893 FOR GRANULATED EYELIDS I would not take 50000 for the go- odPaIrnes LotiGn has done my son who had been iu care of a physician for 15 months Lotion Soap Prevents and assists In curing sore eyes and sore eyelids At druggists only aw L DOUCLAS S3 35O SHOES W to6comparedWith t Indorsed by over 1000000 wearers f fffTtm genuine hareW LI autos and price stamped on bottom Take no substitute dittoed to be as rood Your dulsr should keen them iijf not we will tend a on receipt of jirice and leathertnttrrnm w L Brockton Kiss P forronce scrounwhoopingougbronchitis ana Incijieut cocunipilun triccre Top Snap- Complete Iloablo- Bftttli ftL- t4r ii IJs FIsHTAcCLEeaettaiafas terra ei Uap awttLaEME51c- 4i5titaMitI3Ci5tttu ri4it and have to for what rho Bolt otTer Itxs and rnts ti- fer Both iltr on t triis arneainippcdwtth ceeuicrtabioCoactos nd fico Itcc1ininVbalrSParlor Cafo Cars by day and Pullman ctnlcht- 7rito ant tell us irh reyoa am colne ach you with levn nnliro trill tell you irlut your ticket will cost and train totaha l best time and Wo will alto asnd you aa interesting little boottet Tcxas z4 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Snbatitntas for plaatar Samplea rut FAt MimitA toanna ea CAaiatii 3SIli IEW DlSfoThnT dThSYt qaicrrliefndeumworsIpclues hike1tntIianiand dabirratulcn free lie II II CKKKX it SONS Uoi JtlantaUa WANT at CO 5 wMaufaetursrs urpie Logs or mbStVrie tar price Cctlluu C ATKINSSInJIanapoIl Ini ai a CUSIS WHtBt AlltlSt fAllS I4 Best Co gh Syrup Tastes Good Tee Ll Intteo SoMbydracziaj SjJA N KB i VflSEM VIISTIVO SO ABVEttTSSElin uCao Ccte that you fKv tto airtltuShasiti lit puper t r 7 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK UUI LOOK 1UJJLISHIXG CO OWINGSVILLE KYI SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENT For Appellate Judge To the Republicans of the Seventh a Appellate District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of 4 pldistrictElection November 1900chResp ED C OREAK THURSDAY MARCH 22 1900ti IN political matters in Kentucky now there is practically no other law than the will of the Goebelites NEW YCRK CITY is undergoing its periodical epuem of reform Tam a many in laughing up its leevu and whispering Itll nover tetch mo I a WHEN Pretender Bivkham recalls the Legislature in extra session he may suggest that The Campbells Arc Coming be made the State air j GEN Jo iiKELKit ineits that a tho war is over in the Philippine Certainly it ioscr in the Philip pines and pretty much nil over tlirin without prospect of entire fessation until the different tribes arc cjvilzciland extinct zl IF the tnxpayers of Kentucky like to paj the cost of the 100000 pros utjun and piTfieuUtinu of ant bclilt and the organization ii f 1rl 100000 army to uphold the Uoebilitcs in alike why the sort of thing they n like l ROCK beer was put on top in Lou i ville Saturday GO Taylor and Pretender Beckhara both Sunday rd in that cily It my l c merely a ciiincitlencc hut both said their rbusnie was personal not political bus drawing qualities TIlE ciond difference between the uvirugc tTupt magnate and the av 4I ernge demagogue is altogether in I thIS trust magnates favor They ure both after the peoples stuff 1IJutthe magnate isnt as hypocrit 1 ical about it as the demagogue a who cheekily professes love for the reitt common people in order to I j roll and betray them c TilE British appear to be grad t7jtIllly rounding up the Boer forces inside the borders of the Transvaal state The British will have hard j lighting to get through the moun tHin pneep Once the British art nn the table land of the interior there will be nothing left the Boers but a long siege in Pretoria which to be impregnable to 1assaultt THE threat of war at Frankfort J is deferred till the Court of Ap peali passes on tho Gubernatorial a suit It ia rumored that the Goc b 11rceB may try to expel Taylor from the Executive building by force The Taylor side it is said Iwillhold on until the U S Supreme Court renders judgment on the rase The latter claims that the agreement with the Goebel sides lawyers was to that effect 1 Tnr Standard Oil Co last week declared a dividend of twenty mil a lion dollars or twenty per cent on the capital stock of one hundred million The stock is quoted at 538 The argument in that will be rapidlyaI grnwng man if sted in the demand for munici 1 pal and Gcvernment ownership f public utilities monopolies etc It inIwould fight under its own colors but when it battles under the standard of historical Democracywhich is diametrically opposed to social ism or any more than absolutely p necessary government it is enough to make the fathers of Democracy turn in their graves ri14 Dfaten t to twenty times over Offers from the United States covered the whole loan It is no trouble now for aI nation with firstclass credit to z raise money The United States is issuing two per cent thirtyyear 7t bonds with which to refund the outstanding bonds bearing various interest rater The abundance ofS capital is remarkable There wouldi k be hundreds of millions invested in Kentucky in railroads mines and other developing enterprises if the dishonest politicians bad not a s 4R turned control of governmental f fairs and made capitalists fear for the safety of their investments Kentucky is paying enormously for the lawlessness of tho Gocbclites under the forms of Jaw T4 fS PRINCESS STEPHANIE widow of Crown Prince Rudolphc of Austria throughotIi0 4 sitiun at the ultraproud and cere L roonioiiB court of Vienna and threea fourths of her income in order to marry the tuna site loves Count 7 Lonyay n poor country gentleman 1qJ The courts of Austria anti Belgium feel disgrared about itand of b ZiiA course royaltys bootlicks hold up their hands in holy horror over ith too And the foolkiller ought to v1icomE down like a wolf on the fold and knock heels over tincup the i distorted specimens of humanity who though clad in royal purple j and gleaming with gold to far forget they are clay of the earth as to stultify their common mother andr the best instincts of the race Stephanie honors her womanhood and 41 probably will know satisfaction and joys that her royal relatives r at and former associates will J e for Ij4 ever strangers to because in their Jove for the artificialities and sham iL ot court life have Eba3i1 f cd with which nature endows her Children srs c r1I rrs I V 4 a TIIK Constitution of Kinluikv attempted to prohibit gerryiuitmlur ing oftcncr than every ten 3earsabbut the GochcliifS neetia gerry mander to make sure the election of 0aHazelrigg in tho Court of Appeal therefore theyvilL probably at tempt it if Usurper lierkhnm gets into power and calls the Legislature into extra session What is the Constitution among friends JOHN YuUM BKOWN has been em o3ed as attorney to defend those arrested recently on the arge of complicity in tho nSns sinution of Goebel It will alFoni the people of Kentucky a spectacle f the contrast between the meth ods of a learned 1I1Il1t eloquent at torney null those of a lawyer who is notorious for trickery and nil the questionable nrtt employed by tin favorite of those charged with c rrimesEVEKVTIIIM Irish is iho fall in England now since Queen Victoria d th laeand wore u sprig of the sumo her self The lush people aro not over oyetlitt this compliment just now hut as human nature is tho same everywhere they will come around n llright if the fad is persisted in It is shrewd politics at least to cul tivato Irish sentiment when Eu ropes political skies arc particu larly threatening Perhaps if Irish sentiment had been properlyculti iSvated long ago it would have bee all tho better for both nglandund tl Ireland THE long threatened general war in the Eastern Hemisphere seems about to breakout Dispatches from both Paris and London euy that France and Great Britain are rushing preparations and that hostilities will begin between them biifore the Paris Exposition France has just onieicd the asiein bling of twentyono warships cum posing threo squadrons in the S of Japan Russia will engage Great Britain too Russian troops h ave been menacing the borders of India for some time Warships of both those nations have gono to the Persian Gulf Japan has long been on the point of clashing with Russia over the latters aggressions in Corca and China and will juniP- Russia when the time comes Frances motives seem to be resentment at being bluffed by Great Britain in their clash of interests in Egypt and other puts of Africa and jealousy of her historical rival together with the periodical attack of the martial spirit characteristic of the French people Russia wants an outlet to tho southern seas which is a necessity for her na tional development Those two nationR from present Indications will in the event of war find all the balance of Europe except Spain hostile to them not counting Holland Belgium Switzerland nnd other little nations too small to dare anything else than neutralit CORRESPONDENCE Upper Prickly Ash Several from this vicinity attended court at Mt Sterling ffon dayHarrison Swetnaiu continues very poorly with but little hopes of his recovery W W Clark and wife of Flat Creek were guests of Mrs Clarks parents Mr and Mrs I M Shrout Sunday Duke Markland of Millers Station Nicholas Co was the guest of his sister Miss Maryat Nathan iel Marklands Saturday and Sunday Carrington The snow hero was six inches deep Mrs Frank Armitage is on the sick list Lena the Infant child of James Armitage and wife is very sick L T Hovermale of Frenchburg was in this vicinity the past week on business Wm Clayton has moved his saw mill from near the head of Salt Lick Creek to Stone Quarry Branch to saw the T J Pergram timber Eollie B Crouch died Monday March 12th at his home near this place old age being the cause if his death The family have the earnest sympathy of tho commu nJt Hillsboro Born to the wife of Sam Garner a boy Sam F Shields is confined his bed with fever Frank Summitt is quite poorly at his home near here Snturdayfrom Ben Payne and bride returned Monday from a trip to Cincinnati Tom Kirk of Minerva visited his sister Mrs Dr E E Winter last week C W Gannett wife and family of Cynthiana are visiting relatives here this week Taylor Emmons was kicked in the stomach by a horse Monday morning and badly hurt Foster Freeman hoe tho contract for carrying the mail from here t 0oOwingsville for four years for 225yAP Garnett had a sale Wed neday and sold all of bis personal property His wife died a few days agouLewis B Markwell was married to Miss Clara Hawkins at the home of her uncle Richard Hawkins west of town Wednesday March 14 1900 Mr Oscar Day and Miss Etta Rawlings were the attendants lder Thos Howe officiated They were the rccipientsof many hand some and useful present TO Naylors Branch Old Aunt Kitty Coylo continues out the siuuo l alley Lath ram loft Monday fur wen county 10 visit rclutives Vo have hail another cold and rainy spell nhich has stopped the farmers from work njjiiin itiIiioValKy next Sunday at oclock to organize a Sunday tciIIOl VlllloIk 1ermeeting has been changed from the MCIIIIuuinih Flat CIOOK Clell Foley has moved to Clark county Austin baa bought a milch fur 4110 Elder Ross will preach at Seefschoolhouse next Sunday Wm Rice bought 30 bbls of corn st week price unknown George Clark bought G bbls of corn from Robt Shields nt 2 Mrs Ora Martt visited her par cuts at Elliottsyillo last week Several from this place attended court at Mt Sterling Monday Omar Wilson bought fi head of hug from John Dawson at 4c Mrs Voris Vanlandingham of cott county is visiting her many friends ut this place Your scribe visited Miss Jennie Burns of near Judy one day lust week and hud the pleasure ofnt tending a nice little social at t home of J P Mays oGrangeEd Bryatt and Wm Ilerof Lo iiivillo arc here to prizo tobacco Rev Gardner preached here Sun day Elder Frank will preach the 14th Sunday in each month Thos Denton and wife of near Bethel visited the formers grand father Andrew Likes recently James Walton and wife of neat Poplar Plains and Miner Denton and wife of Hillshoro visited ItII WniEstiUa Sunday Thursdays snow was a gente reminder of the 20th of May 1894 which clung to tho shrubbery in its own graceful way thus enhancing natures beauty in many ways Samuel Wahon left Saturday for Lyon City Kansas to work in a livery stable at good wages We wish him success in his new undertaking Robert Hopkins al so has gone to Illinois It seems our homo boys take well with the Western people ns their work Iiinct been in constant demand West End The martini have come The sick tire all improving Born to Cecil Young and wife a son dnJlostAs for the Olympia correspond ent we dont hold him responsible for what he may say W M Daniel A W Karrick O Lee R E Lee and families i start for Sioux City lowe April 1 We are in receipt of a pair oi halfworn pants from W W Barnes of Salt Lick stating he had grown too big for his breeches Many thank Bill We are sorry we misplaced an item from Midland concerning a wedding We remember one thing Toad Eye Will Green gave the bride away thotlourbarley oil so rumor says When wo lie we do it square out we dont call it rumor Howards Mill Walter Anderson spent Sunday in LexingtonEd will bo our mail carrier from July 1st SundayPreston at Kenny Wright of Camargo was in the neighborhood this week Dr Clark is having a nico house put up on the land he bought of Miss Dennis Patrick Henry sold to John M Elliott of Mt Sterling a saddle mare for 00 cash Messrs Clyde Gaincs and Walter Adams of Winchester were guests of the Misses Henry Sunday Sam Barnes has accepted position with Dr Clark as overseer Sam is all 0 K and can sit in the shade as long as any young man Frank Brown and wife gavo n nice social Wednesday night Roe Wyatt turned the sewing machine while Miss Nora May sewed the tobacco canvas Wo may live without poetry music and art Wo may live without conscicuIarid live without heart We may live without friends we may live without books fioutTo the Morebead correspondent Come down to Howards Mill some jtf that moved from Bath Co to Pouin Montgomery Co Just across u Slate CreekJYour scribe spent from Tuesday ntil Saturday in Mt Sterling shook hands with several of TOE OUTLOOK subscribers had a most enjoyable time came home Satur day eve But didnt come by myself We drove slowly for our prettydrymorning but when handed me- a R A glass I felt like a 3yrold tI iII1 Mr I V t 4 Salt Lick C K Whitcomb is spending a few weeks at Scranton Severn front hero attended court at Mt Sterling Monday Tho ladies of the Methodist Church will give an icecream sup per at the church noxt Saturday ghtwAn infant of Mr and Mrs Frank N utter died at Yale und w wastery SutitinyhiiHe r w ill hold Quarterly meeting at ii I- Cethodist Church the first Satur day and Sunday in April InCA WhitcJinb another lot next to Shouses store and will nt once bo gin theerection of a furniture shop Iiand grist mill The Suit Lick Brick l Tile Fit B ery intro secured the contract for furnishingmill and other buildings at Yale The order amounts to about i000 0 Duke Frederick came up from L iexingtonhis parents He is attending the Lexington Business College returned Monday accompanied David Legrew and Clark Green Odessa 6Bornwife a girlhRichard Crump went to Illinois Tuesday of last week yeAnotherInchsno have Just left us Johnty Jones of Mason C came up last week to visit relativ 1CJ Hood Jones went to Mac Co Monday to work this sumu n a farm JJohn It Jones visited at Jan Powells on Flat Creek Stturd and Sunday Mrs Mary J Power visited brother A T Jones on Prickl Ash Inst week iIiort Creole Saturday and Sunday Red John Jones was kicked horse here last week and had taken homo In a buggy He 01 very sick and sore but no boi were broken T S Snedcgar and wife and lit tbsons Espy and William returned to their home near Yule last week after a protracted visit of several weeks with relatives in Bath and Flemingcounties Jo Henderson started Inst Mon day and will continue each Mon By every week to run a road wagon to Maysvllle for the purpose of haul t inghehe will haul goods ad cheaply Kf anybodyJ will has lived touch Kansas has concluded to stay in Old Kentucky this summer to gt1 a rest from tho wind lie nay when corn out them get3 shoulder high the hot winds come ami burn it until it looks like a stalk Held in winter time the sunflower th floral emblem of the State looks very pretty but when the wind strikes it the stem whips arount like a snake with its head fastet ied Iiin a hole in the ground once some others experienced a wind so strong that it blew rye straws throughan inchthick oak board April 1st 1894 he was in a wind that blew so hard that a man couldnt slant up Then the pretty girls in Ken tucky beat Kansas and he docsn t want tho boys here to think hard of hum for coming from Kansas go to see the pretty Kentucky gi j Bethel- J 11 Gossett is on the sick list The weather is so cold that news is scarce Dr Judy is at homo for a short stay with his family Mrs Smoot of Nicholas Co is visiting her sister Mrs C B Williams Charles Peters of Poplar Pini visited his father Will Peters t week Tim Kerns attended the sale of Larry Howe in Fleming Co nnd bought a flab horse for 250 A good many of our citizens have made garden but oh the snow the beautiful snow has covered them all up North Bethel March 19 1300 OUTLOOK I have bin thinkin writin to you for a long time Pllytukle situashun all apperes to usBwe are ir ka and Kaos Looks like we all will have to stay in Kites as we aint got no ledcrs They is talking ov resting taylorthe Pupliconi will have no leders and Mos Jo Blackburn has gone in the funerl bizines ho has Preched Mr John Sanfords funerl and MOB Bil gobles funorl and him and Mos Henry Waleson don went to Wash inton city and preched the fun irl Mos Bily gobles lection law an f Mos Juc chin shud die arid Mos Wat Hardun die and Mos Henri Wateeon die Mos Joe would have ne time Prcchin funerls and 8MosJonson I hope you will use evry means at your command to got out of Kaos as all the folks here want utall tho gobes want out t 11- 0ublucuns want out and the Brow nys want out two tho mos big 0aela hero is mr Ally Roberson TrT im lain and Mr Robert Shank ax ld tho bigest Taylors are misef rar Calieter mos Gossiter and the JUg est Brown is Old Mos Bill Peatears und Mos Dan Paramorc all mighty raid wo wit not get out of Kaos anti Anarka soon Pleso a word to courage us give sum Ida when think the dhy will cum Will ytto p hero from one man who will give us thayUorozon BILL CRAP t l Mooros Forry James Staton bought a horse of Elihu Ford for 40 G IL Myers went to Morehead Saturdayon business Hurt Hiley bought a milch cow of John Staten last week K Johnson was very sick last eek but is getting much hotter taDavidinith11 A Flood of Marshall visited sister Mrs James McDonald Sunday Mrs Sibbie McDonald hind a bit aan spell of smothering heart trouble st Friday nightatit spdSRturdl1Yunc1 Sunday Elder Wesley Blovins preached at Hedricks Saturday night and Sunday He left an appointment or the third Sunday in April and Saturday night beforetlross Jackson bought a tract of land of Win Moore ut25 per norc iio land is known as tho Moore s Woods and lies between the Ow Ieingsville l f McIntyres Ferry nd- y Snit Lick t Moores Ferry turn p ikesfMrs Mary J Wells aged about 2 years died March hhand was uried at Hedricks next day Her dusbando Conestepchildren to mourn their loss Stepstone hereISv iterr Miss Eva Karrick of Salt Well CIYMiss Vivian Perkins of Jit HyRoberthso ay morning as they were Sunday Mrs J M Steele of Olympia is Uatoy esIrs Mamie Parker who had been visiting her sister Mrs Wm Blcvins at Preston returned homo Saturday Miss Emma Kineaid who had been visiting friends at Ewington returned home Saturday looking happy and well Press Williams of Sharpsburg is here at the bedside of his brother James wIn we are glad to say is improving MrsJ K Carmichael and daugh tor Miss Rosa Mrs G W Carter and daughters Miss Sudie and Mrs John Carmichael spent Wednesday inat Miss Lucy Myers anti Jim was Ijappy Miss Lou Karriek of Marshall Mo nnd Mis Hoi Knrriclc of this pInt e are vUiting their grand inIuirentrick at Suit Lick E P Thompson nUn accompuuicl them as luggage carrier lie returned next day Crooks Food is selling high Fodder is 25 cents a shockhW C Ginter lust a valuable cow by death last week Paul Goodpaster visited on Prickly Ash last wee- ksGeorge Carpenter sold a si and four pigs to Jim Stinson for 7 lRily Bailey and wife of Forge Hill moved to their farm here last week George Jackson was hero last week and traded horses with J T Ginter Mrs Harry Bittinger of Step stone visited Richard Garrett and wife last week Perry Oakley of Peeled Oak has been very sick but we wero told SundaysisWm Dutchman and wife of Stcpstone visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs Chits Crockett last week Chits Holder says he is going to learn the blacksmith trade Look out Preston will haven new black smith before we know itaSum Jackson sold his farm con taining about 30 acres to Willie nestIenTom Stmsons clock has a mys tery about its running It doesnt strike but mind you part of it is at Mart Donaldsons somo of tho wheels hanging on the wall at homo the striking weight hanging up stairs but still the old clock is1in r Idunningnnd keeps good time Donaldstffixed this clock for body else who needs a clock fixed h had better employ him as ho cr 0w pmakeboth run all right and keep good t imeAOscar Kendall of Monifco Co was here last week and informed us whichlth Mr George Snodgrass to Miss lara Armitage The bride is a er daughter of old Uncle Johnnie Ar milage and tho groom is a son of Henry Snodgrass deceased The attendants were Chits Lyons and Miss hello Armitage Oscar Kendall nd Miss Pearl Snodgrass Elder urner Spencer officiated We extend congratulations to the young couple CUILDBOODS YEARNING Fretful ChildI want to look at the moon I Weary Father Well why dont the you It is right up therein tho sky Look at it a much as you lease Fretful Child Aw I want to see en e other side of the moon now Harpers Bazar 1 lff Morohead Spring is not yet A threedays missionary meeting is in session at the Baptist Church this week The poultry business in More he Saddrod dollars a month In Cuba field rats are esteemed a ble delicacy while in some places South Africa mule steak is a ovoMorehiend has a Darling several Heads and quite a few hams also a Cram besides Moore Buttons d Combs Miss Leah Tippett who has been tending school in Ashland is ending a few pleasant days with parents If Rev Sheldon should apply lii standard to tho present political situation in Kentucky where would we bo at Tis said the love of moneylhe root of all evil is tho only one responsible for the drop of the mercury in Kentuckys social scale With youthful minds lubricated in Standard Oil universities and polished in Carnegie libraries the uture prospects of Young America arc flattering Anent the present political troubles and tribulations men sigh for the green pastures and still waters of other days But there is no comfort he who lives by the sword must die by it Undo Mark Ilannasays now is tho time for contributors to the corruption fund to come down with their dust Where does the dust come from From the pockets of the taxpayer and those least able to spare it Circuit Court was in session last week grinding out justice to the evildoers And yot tho evildoer docs not always get his just deserts verily one can not tell how a jury will decide or whom a wonton will marry There is no doubt but what Morehead is the best town in Eastern Kentucky It is the natural gateway to the mountains has a growing trade with a large territory a good local government and ample school nnd church facilities Knob Lick March is here with all its varied weather There is quito a cry for hands the mines Potatoes have not kept well so HOIUO report Owing to bad weather there was no Sundayschool last Sunday Rebel Jack Hawkins will move into a room he has rented from Jas Lowe Ben Maze moved Sunday fn Flat Crook to James Muzus at Marshall Bro Moore preached to a em crowd here Ue will preach here again Sunday a week The ore company shipped quite a lot of ore last week They lice shipping tome to Big Stone Gap Virginia The gardeners who were in such way gardening last week would have come nearer the season puttingup ice Milt Lowe and George Fredrick arrived here Sunday from India and Illinois They report hea snows and very cold weather Bob Wells hits had him a good digger made lIe wants his friends to know as he takes pleasure in loaning to anyone needing such a tool Henry Swanigan had a horse swap with the Widow Clme There was somo dissatisfaction which was likely to have resulted in a law suit but for tho timely influence of friends Swanigan let her have the horse back So both have made money by staying out of court All true reformers should km the truth and the facts in regard to the way that Butler Weaver and those other traitors posing as Populists tried to drive tho reformers into the Bryan camp There has been much said about Mark Hanina- nda his gang and much of it truth wo do not doubt but if a more contemptible lot of political traders nd party assassins ever gained control of a party machine than PopulistAllen Weaver Democracys side yWhatcampIfd j rightintoof the platform free silver will be tIm background we Populists claimed nearly four years ago that he Democrats would desert the freesilver plank Nor can I see itowants reform can affiliate itha irty that is always talking reform and never does reform What willI the main plank in their ntiexpnnsion How is that going to affect you or me SEAT OF VARKentucky seemsI to be in a pretty lively state justjnow remarked the constant neat to his literary friendtIt is war correspondent just returned from ti iesfront at Frankfort When I was there every man I met was either running for office or for his lifetColliers Weekly THEIK FAVORITE RELISH They stood on the bare clay bank The Georgia moon enveloped them in a mystel ious melancholy veil Emma and his dark eyes swept sullen waters I love the very ground you stand on So do I Luther whispered the sunbonnet hidden girl Let us b gNeaters Chicago News lIP I Judy Charlie lloyd RolIII horse to Hill Daugherty iorf50 OIHePolk Roy e has moved to ti farm on Plum LickthSteve Rogers of the Levy buried an infant chilli here last week The Misses Touts gave an elc cant dance one night lust week hisIHay is selling at 11 per ton and shock fodder at 10 and 15c per shock Died Mrs Frank Cravens of Grassy Lick She was buried tie armS um nierset 9foOl Warner sold some hogs Nat Young at 4c and bought a horse price private J W Cassity drove lila horse in utoluckily escaped injurytTom Warner has prepared him self for a home in the skies by sub scribing for THE OUTLOOKi Miss Eliza Kissick and her best fellow christened Tom Warners new phaeton one day last week Nat Young and Put Burns sold some of their tobacco on t hopbreaks averaging from 770 1225ltyliedand was buried at Mt Sterling Thursday Died David Dale of near the Levy of flux He was 68 years of age Interment here at tho Wilson graveyard We would advise Morehead nd Howards Mill to keep cool until a further investigation of their coun tries is made Rufus Stockdale is a witness Paris this week for Hezekiah tcrback who killed Mr Clink cii beard two years ago T J Richards and J K Todd sold some tobacco on thieLouisv breaks averaging from 8c to They rejected two of their best hogsheads John Golden liar loomed out with a 250 span of horses and 50 set of harness attached to splinter brannew 4175 wagon hll looked prettier than a maiden sweet sixteen ItLet the political rogues endeavor to till the very last hour It will not only put a stop to the ap proaching revolution but will cause honest people to believe they are going according to law I suppose the redhanded moun taiueers will now get a rest just wait till some of those Fra upforIIIit whero the turkey got the ax It is with Fadness we announce IIthe death of Richard Green who ugUnclean honest citizen and having roamed with him all through toe Indian Territory makes us sad chronicle his death It is a cold storiuy night when this neighborhood cant afford some kind of amusement for they youngsters Tho writer had the pleasure of attending one of the nicest storm parUes of the rca sbn at tho pleasant home of Dr Mays tbeYhere are numbered by the score and he and his estimable wife are amply prepared to entertain as fewi can entertain Mrs May rende some very fine music on the organ and a jolly time was had byall who were eo fortunate as to be present Many thanks to Mr and Mrs May for the pleasure of the evening The 24th snow of the season fell here Wednesday night March 14th The poet who wrote Beautiful beautiful snow was rich All be windowipoetry Ho never had to drive jg miles to attend court then get cheated out of a 5 horse and have to walk home Neither did he have to rustle news for a country news paper in a blinding snow storm and then be criticised by all the neigh hors for mistakes and bad grammar If he hud his Boautiful beautiful snow would have lost a great deal of its beauty LOST BOY THE FDRNACE Why began the naturalborn humorist at the dinner table why is a furnace I tiara often wondered interrupted the boarder who occupies the coldest room on tim tbp floor playfullyrine at him and resumed Why is a furnace n paradoxciAs hardly cared anything about it he was allowed to go on with the inevitable answer Because it is hottest when it is oaledBaltimore American A SHINING MtRKA lady griev ously tormented with a corn on her toe was advised by one of her friends to anoint it with phospho rus which in a weak moment she id but forgot to tell husband b ore retiring at night It had just turned 12 when the husband awoke and was startled to see something gHethat locality nor did he event ember seeing such a terrible look ing object as the toe presented Renchmgcarefully out of bed tiCho found one of his slippers raised it high in the air and brought it down with terrible force upon tithe mysterious light gbedclothesand at last ho released himsrlf from the E ofedclothesin the corner of the be Uw But he has never forgot thi phosphorated comnEx I i s 4 00 = i z Always Complaining People everywhere are complain g of wird times Ther always yeUIIcomplain yearIetyJo carry on eir work pay taxes avnd 50 ibody I 4gels is his living his board and clothes everything above this is t conslderis are better than others Men in town get 50 to 100 per month and theplow f potatoesrttomntoes Iilk butter onions chickens and insuranceto farbetterwhciuho loses his job as often oc curp the expenses continue anti in strivingtotncr who owns his howe has con issmalluntil ho shuffles off this mortal coil The man in town working f ti longt rJbe ns happy a8 a boy with a hebe ess of all work hunting a JobHere is where tho farmer has asubstantial advantage his business is not speculation therefore ho Jseldom names a trustee ibis busi nessi is not ricJin promise of pelf therefore If fie makes both endsflp disnpPointinentup and at itogain When he goes to town or takes a day off he may exemplify his humanity by grutnbling because he works hard and clips no coupons while others work byTisduringadvantage over the man who ac quires wealthrapidlyhe sleeps 1well capitalist recently hardtojdoesntmontho AreofoutwardappeuancesTex8sFarm Commissioners Sale BATH CIRCUIT COURT Edna Myers tc Plaintiff Raffiitiiirte NcUceofl Defendants utI1Tlrtul of n Judgment rendered by the termupalgncdiflloa 4MONDAY APRIL 9th 1900 Between tlia hours of 12 oclock ni and S clock P ilL lit the Courthouse door In OulnsvlUu bY sell at public outcrto onetentitflttZVtcounty Ky on Llltlo Frat Creek and deserll liS follows Beginning at a stone Vtosjnn treec3rnPrwitIi 4 thence 81 W mM poles to a stone corner with llawkIn thence SSI iW43pole loa wIthe alII S ii E ts Ipolea to a stone corner with Paine thence X N 2 W ftsa pores to stone on tho west side of the pike corner Unothence Cnoisaset stone corner with said heirs thenco S M W SMS poles to a corner post corner with some nnd Francis Vice thence B 88 E tM BJdsame thence B fll E liOT poles to an angle ofastonofence on the south side of said fence corner with same thence S S3 E mss poles to a small black walnut corner with same thence Jf 72 E i33 poles to a small black walnut corner with same thence N 444 E 4120 poles to a stone corner with some and Albert Younss heirs thence N IS E 8912 poles to a set stone In said heirs fine and corner with TB Vice thence N 10 U W 68 pores to a stone In T B Vices heirs and cornet with Lee Cannon thence S 43 W SW poles to a stake corner Tilth Lee Can non thence S J2 W S360 poles to a stone corner with same thence S32W JH4 poles to the beginning containing 82 acres and 1 rood and S pore o propertjfRatllff Nannie WHllnmsAItkcn Williams and Orln Myers- Sale wilt be made upon a cretin of six months The purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security for the purchase price bearing tZ Interest per an num from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of Judgment Tbepnr chaser will take nnd own tho property from date of hU purchase G C EWING Commissioner C V GoodpSter Atty for Plaintiffs For a Good Shave OB FSHAMPOO ShopaCo Special attention paid to clean ag trimming ladies and chil hair Work done at your 5house if desired ROBERT JOHNSON SPRING 1900 TREESI PLANTS I VINES Everything for orchard lawn and garden The largest stock in Ken 1 iOr1poAsparagus Rhubarb and goods or dinarily grown in such an establisbiont General Nursery erry catalogues to be hind on to H F HILLKNMEYEK Jioxinston Ky ELECTROPOISE ures all diseases without thuse of medicine A pure Oxygen treatment everyingweakness or ailment to the most ershittent chronic disease and with t the use of medicine SupremeJudgesditors Europe have given written testi enials of these facts ithprlceofinstrumentsfree TEEELECTROPOISE CO 613 4th StLouisville KY