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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 V 7 l r 1T vb bt tuinfliLLe utIobok J7 1 1 VOL XX I OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 5 900 N1 i51 When you havo a news item or wish to commuui cute with THE OUTLOOK ofllco by phono ring up 57 Sewing Machines 25 on eny terra Special discount for cash E L k A T BYBONS Your accounts are duo Wo ex pect you to come nnd settle at once GAULT WELLS Co For fine Easter flowers writo to Honaker the Florist Lexington Price lists on application Next Monday will be Court and the annual stallionshow dnyJ E C PERRY Dentist located ovor J JI Richarts store Office hous8toitiamltO S p m t If you want tho best Sewing Machine you will buy the White BROTHER Co Agts BVshingles in townmOVYINGSVILLE TCMBER Cow Ctfinorlast week Vulcan is the best Chilled Plow tiThewarranted by Eugene Minihan Cook Stoves at living prices Housekeeping outfits a specially E L A T BYROX Choice Roses Lilies Carnations Lily ot the Valley Narcissus etc Send for our Easter Price List HONAKER THE FLORIST Lexington Thomas Flora of Reynoldsville has had his pension increased from 8 to4t2per month FOB SALE CUEIA ladys sad die good as new Apply ut Tile naOutLooKWill have my spring opening on Tuesday nnd Wednesday April 111VitS We have single and doubleshov Plows in tho cheap medium and best grades BISOTUER Co The latHer of the KcthoJst and Episcopal Churches will give a concert in the nClir future We have the best nnd cheapest fihinglca in town C ILC endee hum bulVu IVeOMke our Saddles nail liar aMi Ucst material nailMirsdass fwifrhuntnhip WM iuP f 3 v L A TnvnbNE L u 2i Ic iK Vhave 50000 ft of glues de c vottdVo the growing of Cut 110Iers Vecin supply your want for Easter Send for price list Honaker the Florist Lexington 111jStfrowlOto14VThe Dandy Disc Harrow and Uulle head Corn Drill are first AVprices BROTHER Jow Go to Mrs EstiIlQ and see ho cheap you can buy for cash Can savejou money on every article you buyIA nice new line of Silverware jut received E L A T BTRON T S Shrout has in the last fejdays bought seven jacks and one 1talhionCo of Flat Creek Oliver Plow Points at the old price Vulcan and Brinlry Points heap ECGEKE MINIHAN tt 4 0happy jjtoIf you have nover bad one of the stallion J S Browns colts consult parties that have for size styleJ end action DR GWCONNER CARD OF THANKS The widow and children of the late Thomas J Johnson near Grange City wish to thank their friends and neighbors Vfor their kindness during bis ill nessoSave money by getting the best HVPlows EUGENE MlNIHAN Our stock of Hoes Rakes Forks Bandies and other implements is complete It was bought in antic ipation of the recent advance in prices BROTUER Co rlDo not order your flowers f Easter whether for your church your girl or your home until you write for one of our Easter Price Lists HONAKEB TOE FLORIST Lexington AN OFFER If you wont nil tho pnews local and foreign a daily and two weekly send us six dol lierlx 9ington The Kentucky Stock Farm OUTLOOK atIing county Ky Thomas J JobLie son aged 7t years and 12 4 had been a member of the church I sixty years sleepiIhast gone to 1V VrestJVe hope to meet thee in the land of C2 VVthebleSt it 1VVV r J rn 1 oh t ir J i 21 of 3It 4 J iI cvt4 J b J New Spring Goods Ready For Your Inspection o MENS BOYS CHIL DRENS SUITS They are uptodate We can please you HATS- We have the celebrated Stetson Knox and Iron tiptop c NOTICETlIO partnership o undertakingbusiness utual consent Hurst k McCann- ill continue the business Metallic loth nnd Varnished Caskets Cof ns Robes Burial Shoes etc nl ways on hand at prices lower thnn- the lowest Culls attended to day or night Best services and alien on guaranteed Office and under taking rooms Tom Knight corner Main street Sharpsburg Ky HURST McCXNN Stnddnrds Tiger liar d f e H rrown will satisfy j11 ii lpric and in the work E L v T Urv Town Marshal James Euimons withhie crew is giving the streets neat and tidy The largest stock lowest prices il the licit Plowgearing Breech mu g Check Line etc 29 tf EUGENE MIXIHAN The perfected Washing Machine 5 become u household necessity next to the Sewing Machine Ex a mine our line BROTHER Co el1tjOllbhbl SflOWYizzards j for March Conic and ieo our sluluighes befor- yitig 4 elsewhere We cOIn Sl i you money QWIWSIUr Tc1U1mr 7r1he ilcst ltllJ iI Ei I plants ever seen in Kinfulj II inakpr Fiuwcr store L oTIKy Don I t fail to cull when Iii tyir write for prices t TOBACCO SALES Purchases Corbin Bros of Reynoldsvill upper Prickly Ash the cro Tucker Power and Unants WiV eele Wm Reed and Jihn Londo- narberat7c Ibio111 order to muko room for a lot of new Buggies coming in pril for the month of March I ill sell a brandnew Top Buggy for 35 a full Loather Top one for 50 T S SIIROUT Stoddards rontrankCornDrill highgrade implement at a low grade price See us before you buy E L A T BreoNj UNCLAIMEDLETTERS Remaining the Owingsville Postofllco April 3 1900 W A Steele J D Auxier Scott Wolfenbarger John T Kemp er J Oran Pickrell Mrs Oscar Vest Persons calling for above letters please say advertised JN BTRON P Mt ARRESTED Frank Mack a col red boy whoa was livingat Hon aniel Harpers was arrested and- rought before County Judge John Daugherty Monday charged with stealing sum of money from pettylarcenycuit Court and his bond was fixed at 100 in default of which he was placed in jail to await the action o fthegraudjuryWe more flowers and anyFloristqualityWritoONAXE TOE FLORIST Lexington At John J Coyles photo gallery back room over J M Richarts store all kinds of photos are made at reasonable prices Photo buttons of anysize and style aro also mode Firstclass work guaranteed The P 4t 0 Chill Plow is wo claim for it Try one and you- wil1 have no other Already hac- many testimonials from home people BROTHER Co MR BTRON RESIGNS Washing ton D C March 29th 1900Tt- he Republican EzecuticeCommi tee of Bath Co I hereby tend my resignation as Chbirman of said Committee For the past five years I have acted in such capacity and can truthfully say that I have faithfully tried to perform every duty imposed by reason of said po sition and to whatever degree of success the party has attained it is within itself sufficient reward for my services and it is only by reu- son of a change of residence f the time that I am compelled to sever our pleasant relations Respectfully OSMOND F BTRON 710 F StN E OUr Walkover Shoe- Is the best 350 shoe on the market They wear and have the style In all the new toes OUR FIVEDOLLAR PATENT LEATflEH and Tan and Black Vici Kids are beauties Dont miss seeing them Bcauliful line of Neckwear 1fPOPULAR FAD OF TilE SEASON THE DEMAND INCREASING The demand for Easter Ilowers last year was thi largest ever known in the flower promisethe South nro flavors grown to a greater perfection than at lion akers Greenhouses in Lexington This firm has the largest Cut Flower E Istablishmentmake a specialty of shipping flow ors all over the United States They arc grower of all they sell and persons who order from thou can depend on getting fresh stock homegrown and not flowers shipped into Le andre thelitheir Easter Price List or see their agent Mrs D S Estill of this city They hove the uptodate ideas NOTICE Miss Acidic Stewart has returned from a sixweeks stay in Cincinnati and will trim for Mrs Estill this season She would be glad to have all her old friends and as many new ones as possible to 1and see her SnOT nr ACCIDENT During a visit of Mrs Ben Gillon Monday afternoon at the home of her faith er John Hunt on upper Prickly letrsUillon in the arm and side The arm had to ba amputated at the elbow It is reported that the chances are against her recovery Ask 3otir neighbor about the juik Corn Drill They st iHtvou it is lxe4estiVE TlW youhlle loiOne Cut flowers Write for Price wrt II OLKEZt TIC FLOUIST Lexington ENTEITixnnAt their boauti ful liome Breezy View near harpburgWdlcs ay evening of St week from 730 tp 12 oclock Miacs Hcttie and Laura Wither torfriends from Mt Sterling and Ow ltigllest311sslunch was served about 10 oclock I have beautiful Pongees and Dimitys and all kinds of White Goods The very latest in style and at reasonable prices MRS ESTILL CORPORATION NOTICE Notice is corporationkDon Company has by the voluntary act liqllidttionI 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 TIrE Ky C V AA business meeting of the Ky Confederate Veteran Association was held at Lexington Ky on March 31st All of the camps were represented by delegates or proxies The affairs of the Association were found to bo in excellent condition having on hand about 2600 in cash and Interest bearing securities after voting to Gen Boyd n small sum in appreciation of his services Why Is it that one of the get of jS Brown sold in the tall of 1899 for 280 when so many horses bred by other stallions sold for less than 100 Simply because the get of J S Brown have tho size stylo and shape DR G W CONNER ELOPED Albort Hendrix of Bethel son of the lato Mark lIen Goodpltsterdnughter tho Judy neighborhood eloped to Jeffersonvillc Ind Wednesday of ICoto contractixercongratulations SOARlSBURGSharpsburg merous fires for a small town Fire broke out there Monday morning destroyedC11ude blacksmith shops tho Bath Co World newspaper ofllco and Gorrell orTQbrick store was damaged by fire particularslosses etc were not known at the time this was written J f 1 MONARCH SHIRTS The best brand in the country In silk bosoms Soft shirts in Madras c We are headquarters for sarpols Mailings lugs PflRfl80L8fnnotty new line handles Neat nice and pretty =The noted stallion J S Brown will make the season of 1000 at the IIEoamc barn on upper Prickly Ash get of this horse bring the biggest prices You will make no mistake if vou breed to this cole DR G W CONNER FISCAL OCRTThe Bath Co Fiscal Court met lucre Tuesday ant levied Th cents to liquidate old debts aiiido prior to the new con stitution 20 cents ad valorem C cents to pay uhF old indebtedness against the county The Court will be commissioners for tho repairs of the turnpike roads Thu whole taxation will be 15 cents less one hundred dollars than last year againTuesduy DIED Henry Steele son of the thAlfredcounty and Mrs Sarah Jackson of thSliddletown prHopisonh ave the sympathy of the numerous friends in their loss LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MKKET By George It Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CoMurch 3- 1IOOWe had u very satisfactory tTotobaccos are selling we haRt u a break of 55 hdds on Wetine that made an average of 10 0 l ie entire I rcafc IP this Ii1 CEe 17 tshde Ieif lugs ami of the crop of Messrs Dough iCo of Kavctte Co that aver 12 50 We stud 10 blulJ of sv grades out of this crop cui Tuesday and tho net average at home on the 27 hhds from thp crojiftrash that averaged 1025 Thursday was a lark damp rainy day the light throughout the city was poor and prices were not eo satisfactory us p good deal of tobacco showed up in high order on account of the damp weather and several of the buyers were absent from tho breaks This caused free rejections though we sold in oura house 11 hhds Shelby Co leaf lugs and trash on that day that averaged 1188 and 10 hhds Clark Co leaf lugs nnd trash that aver irregularitying in color Where tho common grades showed color and fair order the demand was active I1ndat stronger prices Receipts very light offerings continue large TALK OF A RAILROAD DEAL Three capitalists were here last week with a view of buying tho C F k A railroad and making it a broad gaugo The parties were E J Hunter of Chicago who is Sec rotary of the Licking River Rail road Co Mr Pruckett of Yellow Springs QDnd Younger Aloxanb KyTheyand in company with some of th local railroad officials took a tri over the road to inspect it The two former named gentlemen stated t e topurchashet d Wollsburg railroad connect them and extend back to Vcst Liberty where largo timber and coal landsFare to be found An option ready been secured on the Brooks villo and Wellsburg road and a proposition will be submitted to- W W Franklin and his associates gIfclosed and further steps will be proposeineC F A cannot bo bought it i the intention of his company to extend tho Wollsburg and Brooks- ville road to West Liberty bynn other route which will pass through Mt Olivet If the two roads mentioned ar proposelineo and will Intersect tho following points Wellsburg Brooksville Sardis Johnson Flemingsburg Hillsboo Farmers or Salt Lick an West Liberty The promoters of tho road a interested in largo land grants in Morgan county and should the roa- be d built it will put in close touch with largo amounts of coal and timber as woll as with largFlemthgs1trg Advertise in The ves r OTHER- THINGS TOO NUMEROUSTO MENTION COODP ASTER COONS COMPANY ILLEKyr Fpringclenning brntel1stullon Flominjsburg MANY RIDDLEMANNING Elder Ziui merman at his residence near town joined Mr Charles Riddlo and Miss Aurora Manning in mat rimony last Thursday afternoon Leslie Hendrix and Miss Addic coupleThoManning of Carter Co and1ia Rodgersipast sever years The bridegroom is a son of L N Riddle of near Odessa Till OUTLOOK joins the many friends of congratulations mSiECWOn account of the performance of Joseph Jefferson at the Le ChesOaF cake and Ohio Railway will sell roundtrip tickets to Lexington on that date only good returning on lute of salo at one fare for the buleaperformance for Winchester popr5 famous actor and in his famous iy Rip Van Wiiiklc every one Uld take advantage of tho op portunity to see him Gco W BARNEY D P Ar PERSONALt OHie Coons went to Cincinnati first of the week Charley Brother was in Lexing ton several days last week FiT Ql sfuhtrrJor Moittgom TLirsdjcry Satqrdnjfrom Luther Hess is assisting C H Jvon in business during the latters tIll plaiisnrt near Olympia Friday and turdiyIa Tipton of Wyoming were visitors here Sunday Ru1rMr yc latthelJ Ad Power has returned from several days visit to Winchester of and Lexington Miss Ulga Moore left Tuesday Ie for a severaldays visit to Cincin wi ityanMiss Ora Hart of near Olympiaan was the guest of Miss SnfuHon A W Bascom attended the meeting of Confederate Vet or sinsMr and Mrs M D Fans visited Banlisle Friday and Saturday Geo W Staton and daughter Miss Efflo of Licking Valley were social callers at this office Monday rlCpipaJerry Corbett left here Saturday willesonicptil e W P Conner Jr was in Cin ta CJ anati lust week buying some bug gies and harness for Conner t Dawsons livery stable Miss Addio Stewart returned noldayImtl been taking lessons in millin cry trimming Frank McCormick and Miss Ella is IIilests at Mr and Mrs Wm H ices near town Mr and Mrs J W Wilson of near Mt visited the famb raefrsDavid Estill and sisters Misses N annio and Ethel of Flat Creek were guests of relatives in town SmFindft Stoning were in town one day last week on business Guy Ratliff and James Ross at Sdat Sharpsburg Wedo weekreT S Shrout and family went to Mt Sterling Tuesday afternoon to visit J Will Shrout and family anaaMr and Mrs Leslie McCormick Mr and Mrs Emmet Fratraan of Salt Lick are visiting Mr and Mrs S E Fratman Emmet will 0k at Detendedproduction of Tho First Violin T AhursdayMrs Sallie Lee who had been the guest of Mrs Roibeu Gud ell for toIMrs Lizzie Atkinson and daugh ter Miss Lucy 11 went last Sat urday to visit Mrs As sister Mrs Royse Allen near Millcrsburg They will be absent a week or ore Oscar B Brother returned Sunday from Adaimllc Ky where he hud been since last Augsut and has taken a position with Good paster Coons it Co Oscars many friends aro glad to see him againI Mrs Fannie Talbott of upSaturdayfather C H Hoon who is very daughterLui tie home Sunday afternoon returning Monday Charley Lucas employed at Con r Dawsons livery stable has rented R S Cross tenant houso in e rear of Mr Cs residence andcexpects his brother Frank to move hero from Muses Mill Fleming Co in order to educate two of Char leys children who make their home f with Frank CORRESPONDENCECO- XTIXUSD JTKOH FOURTH FAlE West End rC1cOTcring Nathan Bailey of Winchester iting hero saac Browning and family isI visiting relatives here Died Mar 27 Aunt Sallie jl84thage Peace to her ashes Oh it will come Lets have a Kyll ii this full that it will tako them ree months to count them out II d disfranchise them even with e Goebel machine running at j ll speeda We had tho pleasure of utteDdingj party given by Die North in honor of Misses Louie and Rosa Karriuk Miss Ida Daniel d Mrs A W Kornck The first named are visiting here from Mis souri The latter will start for their now home in Iowa in nfew days The evening was spent in Onttlpalingluncheon was spread after which all returned to their several homes loud in praises of their beautiful and accomplished hostessRi Pikesand publish all tho mean things Inmbad element in the mountains butt any more so than in the Blue ass regions We are satisfied tho3 make some illicit whisky for on tIm eve of every election there a class of men who call themselves cxubiicthose people and tell them the Government is robbing them and if they were in power the tax should e taken off the whisky und the ilroads should almost give them ee transportation etc so like in othor places some aro illiterate enough to think they aro doing Gods service when they beat a ilroad company or the Govern Iitsome mountain man shot Senator Goebol At the same time some coward in other parts of the coun try might hnve done it It wne a dastardly deed but abusing the mountain people dont bring many ne to Justice its mean and unmanly to do so Gold Medals to HARPER whisky t Now Orleans and Worlds Fair Chicago Try it you will endorse tho Judges verdict Sold by J W- aneL Owingsville Ky Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK FARMERS I AM PREPARED To FURNISH YOU THE BEST PLOWS AT THE LOWEST PRICES PLOWrhoHALLS is the best HILLSIDE PLOW PLOWIPlows Gearing Wagon Breeching Check Lines Col lars Hames Chains Collar Pads c c My HANDMADE SADDLES AND HARNESS are THE BESTMy name on Saddles and Harness means they are HOMEMADE and tho I am yours for tho best Saddles and Harness EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KY lyers KincaiVtSUCCESSORS TO S P ATCHISON alers DRUGS GROCERIES FRUITS FINE CANBYPERF1JMERYc gents for Old Barton Whiskies and Fine Winesir Main Jefferson Sis Phone B PAXTON AND DENTON SUCCESSORS TO PAXTON SON UNDERTAKERS dealers in FURNITURE MASONIC BLDG WINGSY1ILS Telephone 12 PALMER COO JSSUCCESSORS TO LiGHTFOQT SH30UT VILL DO YOUR BLACKSMSTHINC AND REPAIRHC AT R0CKBTTM PRICES AH Work Guaranteed Give Them a Call VV 1IAnd you want the news You also want I j Editorials worth the reading We make this unprecedented offer for the period of j three months You can secure THE MORNING HERALD Of Lexington Ky the great paper of the Blue Grass g THE KY STOCK FARM TrottingIOf Lexington Ky the leading Paper of the Country andVftHorse The OutlookVVVVFOR ONE YEAR FOR SIX DOLLARVPrice of The horning Herald alone 6ooVI Price of The Kentucky Stock Farm alone 200 Price of The Outlook alone JooV6 ALL FOR SIX DOLLARS 6 ivv SOME e would like to have an oppor nity to buy a few useful and or incntal articles i- nLATE yle Jewelry such as pretty Belt ngs Buckles Waist Sets Brooch ns Hut Pins and a- llNOVELTIES cluding Hoop Bracelets Cuff ttons Silver and Gold Hearts Watch Chains Cuff Plus Dress Pin Sets We have these goods IN Nothing but good quality and at- eeptioiially low prices When the SPRING Season comes you will of course want tho very latest We can only display these goods a few days Come at once and see a beautiful display of pretty JEWELRY HAHRIS KENDALL SPRING 1900 TREES PLANTSI VINES Everything for orchard lawn and garden Tho largest stock In Ken lucky of Fruit antI Ornamental trees Grape vines Strawberry plants Asparagus Rhubarb and goods or EtablishIment We Want Your Name tFor PASTIME the best youths and family illustrated story paper out 1C large pages on trial mouths for lOc in stamps Guns Bicycles etc free sIxtTim E IASTIJIE Co Louisville 1AlYIWI4dutrlJlcIdbouht ELECTRQPOISE 1 BECOJU alt1moce J f Cures all diseases without tho use of lomedicine A pure Oxygen treatment rc whereeverythingetse weakness or ailment to the mostVpersistent chronic disease and with LawyersDoctorsEditors etc even Crowned Heads of Europe have given written testi moniuls of these facts 1estirnoulalsV with price of Instruments free THE ELECTROPOISE CO 513 4th St Louisville ky C O ITAWAYV T1MECAIID EFFECTIVE OCT 2 IKft Express Trains for ouUvIlle LexIngtoaVCinclnunU Washington New York sad Eastern CUIcn TIMEOT TRAINH AT PRXSTOX STATION KASTEOUSD Noti9Uaia1so22 No21IOOJPIflVFSvOUYD No21 CSlam So 3 iagpnVNoEi349pmDatly For Information regarding rates steep Ing car reservations call on or aadrcsf Agent Ct O Railway Preston Station t- GWtiART CflflWtj DPA Asst OPA Lcxlneton Ky ClaclowatlO The Outlook and Daily Evening Post 385 iV It t J 1 iV 4If t owingsvllle Outlook OUTLOOK PUBUSUIKQ CO Publishers 0VxcbVILLE KEXTUCKX H A stirrinj Siory gj thY Life In TH rWii bmc s Copyright 1894 Jy F Tennyson Nttly CHA1TEK V There had been a morning of jubilee in the camp of the Fifth Separate bri gUile and a row in the tents of the reg ulars Up to within a fortnight suih 1astate of affairs would have been Ion sidered abnormal for the papers would have it that the former were on tile verge of dissolution through plague pestilence and famine due to the neg lect of officials vaguely referred to as the military authorities or thc staff while up to the coming of Can ker to command lowed accord hud reigned in the regular brigade and the volunteers looked on with envy Rut now a great martial magnate hat L praised the stalwart citizen soldiery whom he had passed in reiew early in the day anti tel them to thoutiug by the announcement that as reward for s their hard work and assiduous drill t they should have their hearts desire tandbe shipped across the seas to far l Manila It had all been settled before hand at headquarters The chief bad known for four days that that partic Liilar command would be selected for the next expedition but it tickled the Iniys 10 have it put that way and the home papers would mate so miieb of it So there was singing and triumph 4 a and rejoicing all along the eastern verge of a rocky roughly paved cross street and rank blasphemy across the way To the scandal and orrow of the teenth infantry some of the recent robberies had been traced to their very 14 doors A commissary sergeant had eakentllII cariman hail squealed and one of the most popular and at 7 tractive young soldiers in the whole jraminand was now a prisoner in tills4 guardhouse charged with criminal knowledge of the whole affair and of being a large recipient ofthe illgotten I money Morton of the ndjutanls office a private in company 3 What made it worse was the allega i tion that teveral others iioneominis sinned officers and special duty men cre mixed up in the matter and Can I her had raved the whole commissioned force present for duly in his lecture upon the subject and had almost inti mated that oflicers were conniving at tic concealment of the guilt of their iwrgcants rather than have it leak out iIt the felonywas committed in a ctJipany of their commanding He and Gordon had had what was described as a redhot row all be cause Gordon flatly declared that while 4i something was queer about the case of J the young clerk hed bet his bottom dollar he wasnt a thief Canker said such language wasn rellection on him I self as he hind personally investigated the ease was convinced MortonV guilt could be established and hall so report reth to the brigade commander in rccom mending trial by general courtmartial Imtccd betliad made outa case against ltilail eveiifteforc lie was tmiedl1r- cturntd4tIi to camp ortlon nlkel had seen the boy and heard his story f Canker reddened lId said lie hadnt and he didnt mean to and didnt have to Gordon said he hindhe had talked i with the lath fully and freelyon his being brought to camp loward nine sndock and was greatly impressed with his story as would anyone else be vho beard it Canker reddened still more and i aid lie wouldnt allow of ficers to inlcrview prisoners without his authprity ilL prefer charges gainst the next that does itNlillllt And not three hours later Mr Billy Gray sprawling on his camp cot striv J ing to forget the sorrow of the earlier arid to memorize a page of linoridagiwragraphs of army regulations was suddenly accosted byan orderly who itood at the front of the tent scratch b lag at the tent lpthe Imp substi i tute for a ring nt the bell A note for the lieutenant said he Parting in and then darting out pos F iis sibly fearful of question It was a queer note I am a total stranger to you but I wore la brghtcr days the badge of the same so ciety that was yours at the university t Three ef the frateTlty are In my rom 4jr pany one Is on guard anti lie urged mp to write at once to you They know me lobe a i brother Deft even though I dare not teI if icy real nact What I have to say is that the charge against me Is utterly false as vcanconvince ycu but could not con vlnce a court 1 am conficfd at the mo5t meat of ell ethers In ray life when U h most vitally Important that should Ie free- S Grant me ten jntsmr Interview this aft moon and If Iio rot prove myself guilt- Uu I will ask no favor but when do con Avince you do as you woud be done liy a Your tat 3 A GEORGE JIOrtTON l j Well HI be blessed said Mr Gray fcs lie rolled out of his gray blanket HereV a state of things Listen to this captain he called to his company r commander in the adjoining tent y t Heres Morton back from 48 hours absence without leave brought back by armed guard after sharp resist I cnce charged with Lord knows what all wants to tell me his slory and prove his Innocence You let him alone growled Mi i kenior Keinember what Canker said 4Cyoull go in arrest Waal call tforton on yoj Id liks to kzTr s The lad Ciiihed Vsrsitj TO u 1 e very sacred tVii in liet Z X It L teas the Usst exclusive crowd at the varsity lIt membership was pledged to one another by unusual ties It wase the hardest society for a fellow to get Into in any one of the seven colleges r whereat it flourished and its myslie bonds were riot shaken off with the t ciliken gown and mortar board of undergraduate days hut followed its 4 membership through many a maturcr fc year It was a society most college men tI might ask to join in vain Money so 4i T cial station influence were powerless Jfot until a student had been under ob t s rrrvation two whole years and was tborcS liy known could he hope for a A 2 bid to becw a Delta Sig Xot 4tilanother tii months of probation could he sport its colors and not until be formally withdrew from ils fold In jiost graduation years could he eon sder himself absolved front itmild bS ebligit ions hut the boast of the Del hl1rSij hail ever been that no one of membership had ccr turned a deaf ear to n fellow in need of aid Who of i lie originators ever dreamed of such thing ak its drifting Into and becoming r4afactor to the affairs of the regular 5 v army y3 7 o wonder Gray stood fora moment Jjje paper itjll in MS liituds Irresolute f 1f tJt even ditturbea Not to answer the ap peal meant to run counter to all the ten ets of his fraternity To answer might mean arrest and courtmartial for deliberate disobedience of orders Canker has no more mercy than nn Indian 11 was barely IS hours since lie hud been publicly warned by experienced old captain that he would find no guard- Ian angel in Squecrs It would se riously mar his prospects to start now with Squecrs down on him anti as that lynxeyed commander was ever on watch for infractions of orders Billy will knew thai he could not hope to see and lalk itb the prisoner and Canker nut hear of it To ask permission of Canker would only make muUers worse he was sure to refuse and lien re emphasize his orders ami redouble his vigilance To ask the content of tIle officer of tile day or the connivance of the ofliccr of the guard was to invite them to court arrest antI trial on their own account He couldnt do that even to oblige II brother Dell If only Xcd Craven were ollieer of the guard sonic thing might be done he was a college man too mill though not a Dell lint rather of u rialset lie would under standund possibly help Guard mount was Yield toward dusk and that was four hours avayat least The prison cr5 hOle nial tone were urgent An idea occurred to mlh What if be could get Gordon IIIiet him go on this very evening It wasnt his tour lie had marched ofT only two days lie fore us be well remembered for Canker had roughed him up and down about that little error in copying tIll list of prisoners from the report of the pre vious day Moreover he hind counted on going to town tight after retreat dining at the Palace an extravagance not to be thought of at other tithes so as to be on baud when till lrimes and Amy Lawrence came down to din tier lie hall planned it nlllC1l to the amount of surprise he was to exhibit when lie should discover about when he hind finished his own dinner that they were just beginning llieirs and the extent and degree of pleasurable emotion be might venture on showing as he hastened over to greet them and accepted their offer to be seated with them even if he had been so uu kiud as to dine beforehand instead of with them lie hind set his heart on ic win swap tours with me If Gordons willing having a chat with Miss Lawrence as part recompense for nil he hall lost that morning and all this he was think of while still fumbling over that dis turbing1 note Time was getting short too there was no telling how much longer they might stay Mr Prime had brought his only daughter all that long journey across the continent on the assurance that the boy be loved with whom he hint quarreled and whom in his anger he hind sorely re buked had enlisted there in San Francisco anti was serving in a regiment at ilie gteL4atapVWCJtVOftbC city Jle had conic full of hope and confidence lie hind found the young soldier de scribed and in his bitter disappoint ment he declared there was no re sembance to jtislify the report sent him by the boys own uncle who vowed he bad tact him with comrades on the main street of the city that the recog nition was mutual for the boy hind dart ed around the first corner and escaped His companions were scattered by the time Mr Lawrence turned to the spot after a brief fruitless search but pri sate detectives hind taken it up mill lo cated young Prime and telegraphed the fat her in the distant east Now Mr Lawrence was away on business of his own Written assur alice that he couldnt he mistaken lost weight and Mr Prime disheartened was merely waiting the report of an agent who thought he had traced the boy to Tampa In 24 hours he might spirit his daughter away on another chase mid then there would lie no fur iher warrant for Miss liwrcnccs re maining in the city She would return to her loeh home in one of the loveliest of CJliforlla valleys miles away from the raw fogs and chills of the Golden Gate and would be no more seen among the camps That said Billy Gray to himself would lake every lilt of sun shine from his life All this detail or much of it he hud learned from the fair lips of Miss Law rence herself for Mr Prime and his daughter ellIIlt1 lo shrink from speak lug of the matter From the first Miss Amy hud had to take the young gentle niau under her personal wing us it were In her desire lo aid tier uncle and cousins in every way anti know iug them to be jlrangcrs to the entire camp site hud eagerly sent for him us the first familiar or friendly object site saw Then when he came and was pre seated and proved to possets little in terest lo the careworn man antI his anxious and devoted child it devolved upon Miss l iwrence to make much of Billy in pro ortioii as they made lillle of him and for three days or so the blithe young fellow seemed fairly to walk oa air Moreover slits had taken him into family confidences in telling him of the missing son und brother foi iclU tier uncle and cousin she said were so sensitive about it they could lint talk to anyone except when actual ly necessary They hud leaned as it were on the general mill on Col Aria strong for a day and then seemed to draw away from bulb They even teemed to take it much amiss that her father had to be absent when they came though they lund sent no word until late of their coming He was o- nibis return might iirrive any hour but so might they go Xow if Billy could only discover that missing son Then came an inspiration Penciling a brief note he gave it ton soldier of his company and bade him take it to the guard tents It told Morton of the colonels order issued thai very day and bade him be patient he hoped and believed opportunity would be afforded for an interview that evening Then he bunted up a subaltern of his own grade whom he knew would probably be the detail for ofliceroftheguard that evening Brooke he said will you swap tours with me if Gordons willing I have Id like mightily to exchanger Its all the same to you- Brooke hesitated lie had social hopes and aspirations of his own By swapping with Gray he might find himself doomed to it night in camp when he hind accepted for some pleR rut function in town Jf T t k1 prjbfll Thought you were keen logo in to night rijjhl after retreat he linztrd ed Well was said Gray pulling his drab campaign hot down over his eyes to stint out the glare of the westering bun hut Ive gotfl new wrinkle Some hid for Friday Thats yorr tour isnt itV And Brooke begun counting on his lingers Wait till I look at my notebook Friday Why thats the night of the Burtons earth party thought you didnt know them I dont said Gray plad enough to escape the other question AntI you hate card parties you know you do Its a go is it Ill see Gordon at once And oft he went leaving Brooke to won der why he should lie so bent on the ar rangement But Gordon proved an unexpected foe to the plan Cant be done lilly saul he sententionsly Conker watch es llfoM details like a hawk He hasnt forgotten you only lame f ft two day ago anti if I wore to mount you lo night hell mount me with both feet Think theres any use in asking him queried the boy tossing a back ward iliiite toward Cankers tent XotIInlls youre suffering fur an other snub That man loves to say no as much as any girl I ever asked and lie doesnt do it to be coaxed either Best leave it alone Billy And then the unexpected happened Into thin tent with a quick impetuous step came the commanding officer Him self utah something hud occurred stir that gentleman to thin core lilt eves were snapping and his heath wa high Mr Got thou said he heres more of this pilfering business anti now theyre beginning to lIIIout it isnt all in my camp by a damned sight I want that letter copied at once Theo with a glance at Grays Ito hind whipped off hiIIIP und was standing in respect ful attitude he changed his tunic from the querulous half treble of complaint Whats this youd best leave alone lie suddenly demanded There are a dozen things youd best leave alone und a dozen you would do well to cultivate and study When I wits however I never was a lieutenant except in war time when they amounted to some thing I got my professional knowl edge in front of Ihe tiucinyiiot at any damned charity school Youre here to ask some new indulgence I suppose Want to stay in town over night and fritter away your money nnd the time the government pays for Xo sir you cant have my muscat You will Ie hack in camp at 12 oclock and stop and report your return to the officer of the guard so that I tony know the hour you come in Whos officer of the guard tonight Mr iordulIl Mr Brooke sir Mr Brooke Why thought I told you lie wus to take those prisoners in town tomorrow He has to testify be fore that court in the ease of Sergt Kelly antI it saves my sending another officer nail having two of our lieuten ants away from unit and hanging around till Bohemian club Detail somebody else All right sir answered Gordon imperlurbubly Mukc allyodds sir who is detailed Canker hind turned to his desk and was tossing over till payers with nervous hand Gray impulsively stepped forward his eyes kindling with hope It was on the tip of his tongue to launch into a prettier of his own services for the detail but Gordon hastily warned hint back with a sweep of the hand and a portentous scowl Xo Ones as bad as the other Xext thing I knOT some of em will be letting prisoners escape right under inij nose mnkin ms the laughing stock of these damned militia volunteers Canker entered service in 61 as a private in a t ity company that was militia to till lip of its spikclnilrd coats but he hind forgotten it I want these young idlers to understand distinctly by George that the first prisoner that gets away from this post takes some bodys commisUnn with him Dyon hear that Mr Gray And anker turned and glared at the bright blue eyes as though he would like to blast their clear fires with the breath of his disapprobation IIi that young fel low Morton been put in irons yet he suddenly asked whirling on Gordon again Think not sir Supplies limited Officer of the elny reported half an hour ago every set was in use Sent over to division quartermaster and he an swered we had a dozen morcn we were entitled to now Wanted to know f we meant to iron the whole regiment The hell lie IlillrJged Canker Ill settle that in short order My horse there orderly Ill be back by four Mr Cordon Fix that detail to suit yourself And so saying the irascible colonel flung himself out of the tent and into his saddle You young idiot saul Gordon whirling on Billy the moment the coast was clear You came within an ace of ruining the whole thing Xeverask Canker for anything unless its what you wish to be rid of Tell Brooke youre for guard und lies to go to town instead Hopping mall as he himself after ward expressed it Col Canker had ridden over to have it out with the quartermaster who had ventured to comment on his method but the sight of the commanding general standing alone at the entrance to his private tent his pale face grayer than ever and a world of trouble in his eyes compelled Canker lo stop short Two or three orderlies were on the run Two aids decamp Cap Garrison and ft com rude were searching through desks and boxes their faces grave and concerned The regimental commander was off his horse in a second Anything amiss general he asked with soldierly salute The general turned slowly toward him ran our men sell letters he said as well as food and forage Do people buy such things A most im portant package has been stolen from my tent ITo Be Continued Certainty Worth Soinetklnr In a rural community in one of the middle states dwelt a tuna who made i vow in 1850 that he would wear his ha land beard untrimmed until John CFre mont should be elected president of the United States He kept the vow for 40 years at the end of which time he had nearly a half bushel of hair on his head and face Then coming to the conclu don toward which his mind had been graduallyworking for a long time that Gen Fremonts death in the interval had practically absolved him from hit vow he decided to have his haircut and his beard shaved ofT clean On his next visit to the countycent he went to a bar I bershop and was soon relieved of the hirsute burden he had carried for four decades How much 1 lie asked Have to charge you half a dollar for that jobsaid the barber looking nt the mats that lay on the floor Half a dollar he gasped Dont I get anything for lilt hiairYouthss Compan ion 1 tP t r4ioi A CHRIST THE THEME He Brings Happiness Into Every Life That He Enters All ndirr Sinn ills raiNs 5115- sDr TnlutiiBf llymnn llriiril In liinupy llat n Stroiig In flurnrr In After lift Copyright l y Louis NliIisIi In this discourse Dr Talmagc slious how Christ brings harmony mill inch otlitito every lilt that lie rulers text IValms 11814 The Lord is my strength and song The most fascinating thctnc fur a heart properly attuned is the Saviour There is something in the iioruing light to suggest Him and Miuiotliing In till evening shadow to speak this Praise The flower breathes Him the stars shine Him the cascades pro claim Him all till voices of nature chant Him Whatever is grand bright and beautiful if you only listen to it will speak His praise Ho when in the summer time pluck a llmverr thing of Him who is the lose of Sharon tumid the Lilyof the Valley When I see in the fields ft lamb I say Behold the Lamb of Gild that tukcth away the sin of the world When in very hot weather I come under a pro jecting cliff say Hook of ages cleft for me Let me hide myself In tlieo Over the oldfashioned pulpits there was a sounding board The voice of the minister rose to thin sounding board and then was struck back again upon the ears of the people And so the 10000 voices of earth rising up find the heavens a sounding hoard whichstrikes back to the ear of all nations the praises of Christ The heavens toll His giory and the earth shows Ills handiwork The Bible thrills with one great story of redemption Upon II blasted and laded paradise it poured a light of glorious restoration It looked upon Abraham from the rum caught in the thicket It spoke in the bleating of the herds driven down to Jerusa lem for sacrifice It put infinite pa thos into the speech of uncouth fish ermen It lifted Paul into the third heaven nail it broke upon the ear of St John with the brazen trumpets and till doxology of the elders and the rushing wings of the seraphim Instead of waiting until you get sick and worn out before you sing the praise of Christ while your heart is happiest and your step is lightest and your fortunes smile and your way blossoms and the overarching heavens drop upon you their InMicdie tion speak thin praises of Jesus The old Greek orators when they saw their audiences inattentive and slumbering had one worth with which they would rouse them up to tIll greatest enthusiasm In the midst of their orations they would stopand cry out Marathon and the peo pies enthusiasm would be unbounded My hearers though you may have hen borne down with sin and though trouble and trials and temp tation may Inure conic upon you and you feel today hardly like looking up UKthinks there is one grand royal imperial word that ought to rouse your soul to infinite rejoicing and that word is Jesus Taking the suggestion of till text I shall speak to you of Christ our Song 1 remark in the first place that Christ ought to be the cradle- song What our mothers snug to us when they put us to sleep is singing et may have forgotten the worJs but they went into the fiber of our soul and will forever be a part of it It is not so much what you formally teach your children as what you sing to them A hymn has wings anti cnn fly everywhither One hun dred and fifty years after you are dead and Old Mortality has worn out his chisel recutting your name on the tombstone your greatgrandchil dren will be singing the song which last night you sang to youp little ones gathered about your knee There is a place in Switzerland where if you distinctly utter your voice there come back ten or 15 distinct echoes and every Christian song sung by a moth er in the ear of her child shall have 10000 echoes coming back from all the gates of Heaven Oh if mothers only knew the power of this sacred spell how much oftener the little ones would be gathered and nil our homes would chime with the songs of Jesus We waul some counteracting info ence upon our children The very mo ment our child steps into thin street he steps into the paths of temptation There mire foul mouthed children who would like to bespoil your little ones It will not do to keep your boys and girls in the house and make them house plants They must have fresh air and recreation Godsave your children from the scathing blasting damning influence of the street 1 know of no counteract ing influence but the power of Christian culture and ex ample Hold before your little ones the pure life of Jesus Let that name be the word that shall exorcise evil from their hearts Give to your in struetion all the fascination of music morning noon and night Let it be Jesus the cradle song This is impor tant if your children grow up but per haps they may not Their pathway zloty be short Jesus may be wanting that child Then they will be a soundless step in the dwelling anti the youthful pulse will begin to flutter anti the little hands will be lifted for help You cannot help And a great agony will pinch at your heart and the cradle will be empty and tile nursery will be empty and the worM will be empty Xo little feet standing on the stairs Xo toys scattered on the carpet Xo quick following from room to room Xo strange and won dering questions Xo upturned fact with laughing blue eyes come for a kiss but only a grave antI a wreath of white blossoms on the top of it and bitter desolation and a sighing at nightfall with no one to put to bed The Heavenly Shepherd will false that lamb safely nnyhiowwhuethueryon have been faithful or unfaithful but would it not lucre been pleasanter if you could have heard from those lips the praises of Christ I never read anything more beautiful than this about a childs de parture The account said She fold ed her hands kissed her mother good by sang her hymn turned her face to the wall said her lit tie prayer and then diedOh if I could gather up in one para graph the last words of the little ones who howe gone out from these Christian circles anti I could picture the calm looks and the folded hands and sweet departure methinks it would be grand and beautiful as one of Heav ens great doxologies In my parish in Philadelphia n little child was depart ing She had been sick mill lice tinysantI a cripple It was noonday when she went n1l1III the shallow of death gathered on lice eyelid slit thought it was evening and time to go to lied miij r ft1fY r so she IInit Good night papa Good night mamma anti lieu shin was gone It was n goodnight to pain and goodnight to tears and good night to death and goodnight tu earth lout it was goodmorning to Jesus it was goodmorning to Heaven ran Ihinluf no cradle song more beautiful than Jesus next speak of tfirist as the old mans song Quick music loses its charm for the ngcd ear The school girl asks for u schottish or a glee but tier grandmother nsks for a Balcrma or lie lor tuguutse Hymn Fifty years of trouble hue tamed the spirit and the 1IIf the music board must have U solemn tread Though the voice may lie tremulous so that grandfather will not trust it in church still hit has the psalm book open before him and lit slugs with his south He hums his grandchild sleep with the same tune he suing 10 years ago in the old country thee illg house Some day the choir sings a t ii lie sti old that the young peo ile do nut know it but it starts tIll tears down life cheeks of thengtd Ulan for it remind him of till revival scene in whith he participated nnd of the ra diant faces that long since went to dust and of the grnyjuriwl minister leaning Itt the pulpit and sounding the good tidings of great joy- speak to you again of Jesus as the night song Jolt speaks of him who giveIll song in till night John Welch till old Scotch umuiuistr used to put a plaid across his lehoil cold nights and some olio asked him why he put that there lie saul Oh sometimes in the night want to sing the praise of Jesus nnd to get down anti pray Then just take that plaid and wrap it around me to keep myself from the cold Songs in the night Night of trouble has comedown upon many of you Commercial losses put out one star slanderous abuse puts out another star domestic bereavement has put out 1000 lights mill gloom has been added to gloom chill to chill nnd sting to sting and one midnight has seemed to bor row the fold from another midnight to wrap itself in more unbearable darkness lint Christ lots spoken peace to your heart anti you sing Jesus lover of my soul Itt me to lily bosom y AVhlle the billows near me roll While Hie tempest still Is lilKli Hide nit 0 my Saviour Illdu Till the storm of life Is past Sift Into the haven Riilde Oh receive my soul at last Songs In the night Songs in the night For the sick who have no one to turn the hot pillow no one to put the taper on the stand no one to put ice on the temples or pour out thu soothing anodyne or utter one cheer ful word Yet songs in the night I For the poor who freeze in the winter cold mind swelter in thIUII mers heat antI munch the hard crusts hunt bleed the sore gums and shiver under blankets that caunot any long er be patched and tremble because rent day is come and they may beset out on the sidewalk nnd looking into tIme starved face of the child anti seeing famine there and death there coming home from the bakery and saying in time presence of the little famished ones Oh my God flour has gone up Vet songs in the Iight Songs in the night For time widow who goes to get the back pay of her husband slain by the sharp shooter and knows it is the last helpshe will have moving out of a comfortable home in desolation death turning hack from the exhausting cough and the pale cheek antI thin lusterless eye and refusing all relief Yet songs in the night Songs in the night For the soldier in Hie field hospital no surgeon to bind up tie gunshot fracture no water for JII hot lips no kind hand to brush away the lilts from thin fresh wound lio one to take the loving farewell the groaning of others poured into his own groan the blasphemy of others plowing up his own spirit thin condensed bitterness of dyingawiy fiom home among strangers Vet songs in the night Songs in tIll night Isaid one dying soldier tell my motherthat last night there was not tine cloud between my south and Jesus Songs in the night Songs in till night This Sabbath tiny came From till altars of J0000ehurches has smoked up the savor of sacrifice Ministers of the gospel preached iu plain Eiig lish in broad Scotch in flowing Hal jail III harsh Choctaw Cods people assembled in Hindoo temple mill Mo rrviiin church anti Quaker meeting house nnd sailors bethel and kings chapel mill hightowered cathedral They snug and the song floated off niuid the spice groves or struck the icebergs or floated ofT into the west era pines or was drowned in the clamor of till great oitio Lumber men sang it anti the factory girls and thin children in the Sabbath class anti the trained choirs in great assem hinges Trappers with till same voice with which they shouted yester day in the stag hunt nnd mariners with throats that only a few days ago sounded in the hoarse blast of the sea hurricane they sung it One theme for tIlt sermons One burden for the song Jesus for the invocation Jesus for the Scripture lesson Jesus for the baptismal font Jesus for the sacramental cup Jesus for the bene diction But the day luau gone It rolled away on swift wheels of light anti love Again the churches are lighted Tides of people again setting down the streets Whole families coining up the church aisle We must have one more service What shall we preach What shall we read Let it be Jesus everybody says let it be Jesus We must have ont more song What shall it be children Aged men anti women what shall il be Young men anti maidens wheAt shall it be If you dared to break the silence of this auditory terc would come up thousands of quick and jubilant voices crying out Let it be Jesus Jesus Jesus We sing His birththe barn that sheltered Him the mother that nursed Him the cattle that fed beside Him the angels that woke up the shepherds slinking light over the midnight hills We sing Ills ministry the tears lie wiped away from the eyes of the orphans the lume men that forgot their crutches the damsel who from the bier bounded out into the sunlight her locks shaking down over thin flushed cheek the hungry thousands who broke the breath as it bloisomcd into larger loaves that miracle by which a boy with five loaves and two fishes bc came the sutler of n whole army We sing His sorrows His stonebruised feet His aching heart His mountain loneliness His desert hunger His stormpelted judy the eternity of anguish that shot through His last moments antS the immeasurable ocean of torment that heaved up against His cross in one foaming wrathful on nipotcrit s4rgelie sun dashed out nnd the dad shroud wrapped broak lag open rheir sepulchers anti rushing out to Ftc what was the matter We ting Hs resurrection the guard that couiil not keep Him the sorrow of Hit disciples the clomls piling up on V either stile in pillared splendors as lie went through treading tIll Pathless air higher nnd higher until He came to the foot of the throne amid all heaven kept jubilee at the return of tIme conqueror Oh is there any song more appropriate for a Sabbath night than this song of Jesus Let the msstrsby in the street hear it let thin angels of God carry it amidst the thrones Sound it out through the darkness Jesus the night song appropriate for any hour hut espe cially sweet fluid beautiful and blessed on n Sabbath night I say once noire Christ is the everlast ing song Till very best singers sonic hues get tired the strongest throats sometimes get wearyiiith ninny who sang very sweetly not sing now lout I hope by the grace of God we will mutter awhile go up anti sing the praises of lirist where we will never lie weary You know there mire some songs that are especially appropriate for the home circle They stir the soul they start the tears the turn the heart in on it self mill keep sounding alter the tune flits tstoppcd like sonic cathedral hell which long alter thin tap of the brazen tongue has ceased keeps throbbing on thin air Well iintl be a home song in leaven all the sweeter because those who sang with us In the domestic circle on earth shall join that great liar mony Jerusalem my happy tome Name ever dear to me When shall my labors have an end In joy and peace III thee On earth we sang harvest songs as the wheat came into the barn mill the arracks were filled You know there is no such time on a farm as when they get the crops in and so in Heaven it will be a harvest song on the part of those who on earth sowed Ia tears and reaped in joy Lift up your heads ye everlasting gates anti let the sheaves conic in Angels shout all through the Heavens and multitudes come down the hills crying Harvest home lIar vest home There is nothing more bewitching to oimes tar than the song of sailors far out at sea whether in day or night as they pull away at the ropes not much sense often in the words they utter lint the music is thrilling So the song in Heaven will be a sailors song They were voyagers once anti thought they rould never get to shore and before they could get things snug anti trim the cyclone struck them lInt now they one safe Once they went with danuigrd rigging guns of distress booming through the storm but the pilot conic aboard and he brought thrum into the harbor Xow they sing of the breakers past the lighthouses that showed them where to sail the pilot that took them through the straits lie eenuial shore on which they landed Aye it will be till childrens song You know very well that the vast ma jority of our race tile in infancy and it is estimated that sixteen thousand millions of little ones are standing be fort Goth When they shall rise up about the throne to sing the millions and the millions of time little ones ah that will be music for you These played in the streets of Babylon and Thebes these plucked lilies from the foot of Olivet while Christ was preaching about them these waded in Siloam these were victims of Herods mas mere these were thrown to crocodiles or into the lire these came up from Christian homes and these were found lings on the city commons children everywhere in nil that land children in the towers children on the seas of glass children on the battlements Ah if you do not like children do not go there They mire in vast majority1 And what a song when they lift It around the throne The Christian sfjjgers and composers of all ages will there to join in thai song Thoinnt Hastings will be there Lowell Mil foil will be there Beethoven and Mozart will be there Theywlu sounded the cymbals and the trumpets in the aiuicn temples will be there TIll 40100 harpers that stood at leancient dedication will be there The 20J singers that assisted on that day will be there Patriarchs who lived amid thrashing floors shepherds who watched amid Chaldean hills prophets who walled with long bearoy am connie apparel pronouncing woe against ancient abominations will meet the more recent martyrs who went up with leaping cohorts of tin- a sonic will speak of the Jesus of whom they prophesied and others of till Jesus for whom they tIled Oh what a song It came to John upon 1ntmos it came to Calvin in thin prison it dropped to Ilidley in the lire anti sometimes that ong tins come to your ear perhaps for 1 really do think it sometimes breaks over the battlements of Heaven 1 wonder and this is n question I have been asking myself all the serv ilewill you sing that song Will sing it Xot unless our suit are par doned mill we learn now to sing the praise of Christ will we ever sing it there The first great concert that I ever attended was in New York when Julicn in the Crystal palace stood before hundreds of singers and hundreds of players upon instru ments Some of you may remember that occasion It was the first one ol the kind at which I was present and I shall never forget it I saw that one tan standing and with the hand anti toot wield that great harmony heat ing the time It was to me over whelming But oh thin grander scene when they shall come from the east and from the west and from fhe north anti from the southa great multitude that no man can number into the temple of the skies host beyond host rank beyond rank gallery above gallery anti Jesus will stand before that great host to conduct the harmony with His wounded hands anti wounded feet Tike tIle voice ol many waters like the voice of mighty thunderings they shall cry Worthy is the Lamb that was slain to re ceive blessings and riches and honor and glory and power world without end Amen and amen Oh if my ear shall hear no other sweet founds nia31 hear that If I join tto other glad assemblage may I join In that I was reading of the battle of Agin court in which Henry Y figured and it is said after the battle was won gloriously won thin king wanted to acknowledge the Divine interposition anti he ordered the chaplain to rend the sal in of David anti when he came to the words Xot unto us 0 praiseliecavalry dismounted and all the great host officers and men threw them selves on their faces Oh at the story of the Saviours love anti the Savioumrs deliverance shil we not prostrate ourselves before Him totay hosts of earth and hosts of Heaven falling upon our faces amid crying Not unto us not unto us but unto Thy union be thin glory Until thin day break anti tIme shadow flee away turn our beloved and b thou like a roe or a young hart upon thin mountains of Bet her verseI I MAY BE STORY OF THE MAINE Spanish Cipher Cablegram Fonnil ttr nm American Scldler Manila Blue tape is the expression which might properly be applied to Spanish official circumlocution C Lelund u young man from Bismarck NDcamu to Chicago a few days ago to join a regiment which he had heard was he lag recruited there for service in the Boer army He carried a lit tie bundle of blue paper which might reveal the secret of the Maine explo aba In Havana harbor if the writing on it could be read It purports to be a dispatch Inclpher from a Spanish of ficial in Havana to Coy then August at Manila It is dated February 18 1898 antI written in Spanish cipher code on a narrow ribbon of light blue paper about ICO feet long The paper is wound in a circular coil and makes a bunch six inches in diameter There is nothing on the paper to establish its genuineness says the Inter Ocean Youpg Icland got it from Charles Jackson a soldier in a South Dakota regiment that served in the Philip place When the American army took possession at Manila this paper with a great many other official documents It Is said was found in a safe in the governor generals ofllce Gen Otis or dered them all burned but Jackson yes cued tIme cipher cablegram from the pile as a souvenir He was killed soon afterward but previous to that had mnlloi time uaoer to Leland A SUCCESSFUL FARMER Within three miles of the town go Ing eastward is time farm of Mr W Creamer one of the municipalitys largest and must prosperous mixed farmers Mr Creamer came to this country in 1SSO and settled on a por tion of the land which comprises his present enormous farm of 1280 acres In common with many others of a similar period he experienced all the hardships and difficulties common to the absence of railway anti market fa cRitics In no wise daunted by en ergy industry anti indomitable will he has been able to surmount all ob stacles anti has achieved an unpar alleled success anti is known through out the district as one of its preemi nent farmers His operations extend over 1250 acres two sections tim thought alone of so much land makes the eastern farmer dizzy acres of this is broken anti the remainder is excellent pasture land anti wood This harvest he took ofT a crop of 500 acres of wheat and 200 of other grains Four hundred acres are plowed anti ready for wheat next spring Mr Creamer is as has been stated a mixed farmer of no mean proportions having at the present time 40 horses head of cattle anti 50 pigs The most modern farm buildings are found on his premises tIme main building being a barn 55 feet square on a stone foundation containing stabling for 16 horses anti a large number of cattle The loft is stored with 29 loads of cheat oats for feed anti tons of hay there is also a cutting box Another building of large dimensions is time granary in which after teaming large quantities to market he still has stored 3000 bushels of wheat A crushing ma dime is in the building There are a number of lesser buildings containing chicken house pig pens anti cattle sheds Time farm residence is a hound some frame structure of ample pro portions its connection with it is a wood shed Tim water supply is un excelled besides house supply there is a well in the stabhes anti a never failing spring situate in a bluff which never freezes Surrounded by a thick Ijluft of poplars extending in a semi Circle to time west north anti east the winter storms are broken and ac cumulation of snow unknown Added 10 his farming operations Mr Cream er conducts a threshinjr outfit for the season His success is only one in stance of what can be accomplished in Western Canada Baldur Man Gazette Nov 16th 1SO Thousands are going to Western Canada this year to take advantage of the free homestead laws that are be lag offered by the government It take two to jiirrcl but some folks dont sctm to Live much trouble minding the other one 1urk A MOTHERS STORY Tolls About Eor Daughters Ulnoss and How Sho wag Relieved Two Letters to Mrs Pinkham Man PISKHAM I write to tell you about my daughter Sue is nineteen years old and is flowing all thin time xr4 anti has been for about three months The doe i tor does her but very little good if any I thought I would try Lydia IL Pink hams Vegetable Compound but I want your advice before beginning its I use I have become very much alarmed about licr as she is getting so weak MRS MATILDA A CAMP Manchester Mill Macon Ga May 21 1800 DEAR MRS PlSK- HAu It affords me great pleasure to tell you of the benefit my daughter has received from the use of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Corn pound After beginning the use of your medicine she began to mend rapidly and is now able to be at her work Her menses are regular and almost painless I feel very thankful to you and expect to always keep your Vegetable Compound in my house It is the best medicine I ever knew You have my permission to publish this letter if you wish it maybe the means of doing others goodMuts MATILDA A CAnt Manchester Mill Macon Ga September 18 ISOa AMERICAN ENTERPRISEV The pastor of the First Pr sbytex rian church at Pine Bluff Ark war VV- telling lila congregation of his ffv els in the Holy Land and closed hfVremarks with this incident illustrat lag American enterprise When at Jacobs Well he elrew therefrom with his own hounds n bucket of water after doing so anti looking at the tinsVVbucket he found it was a lard bucket with the name of Swift and CornV pany branded on same which wa the same ns he hind seen in Pine Blurt many times Kansas City GazettEVAn Ohio genius isis invented a clinic that positionItwhen he goes to churchBuffalo1xpreisV Some folks think that honesty in modcnv lion is the best policy Puck Time patience arid industry conquer allVthings Daily News IpIi SpringCI Annually Says TaKe f Hoodst I VIS Had Faelings indicate that there I are cobwebs in the system It ff f needs a thorough brushing and time best brush is hoods Sarsa L parilla which sweeps all humors fbefore it This great medicine 2 eradicates Scrofula subelues Salt i Itheuin neutralizes the acidity 1 7 which causes Ilheumatism in short purifies the blood and thoroughly renovates the whole physical system Wehavet used Hoods Sarsapa f ruIn and it has given the bestVof satisfaction especially as a A spring medicine It builds upVthe general system and gives jnew life Dwxour C PAUK- WhuitelandI Inthiana- Every shop factory and family should always ha- vePalmers LotionVon hand for wounds bruises stings of insectsV Jicular Use Lotion Soap at all times At Druggists only ASw lloWVU one cf the earliest barbln rs of prtntaequally ram Indication Is that teeming of Un gold lfprttsloa Msiiy Bwqw- o- fHIRESNslbur are feeit for a spring tonlcand forsstzrnIf bevence I gas r fl WIlt Pe llil f rra i CIt frI Or ibiiVrhirlr EniresCo Ms1ysr Ps W L DOUGLAS S335OSHOESWVcomparedWithj IpdorsetlbyowerVVVV 1000000 eurers Tfifgrnutne hareW 11name and price t tiamped on bottom Take no Substitute claimed to be as good Your dealer should keep th n if not we send a pair on receipt of price and ajc 1eathciustmimDOUGlAS Mass ritz 1 eacantect tacIt powerful effectlTO and n rftUing REMEDY f- oRheumatism gSffia- UL GRIPPE and CVTARKU Kail knew what thovMml kaoofthCVefflcacTcr5 MHOlS aiaCnntlTe orITHBCUH not be a family In sit Amrrtra ithouuioitieCamiaorar5fldfOTt- rial bottle Zkor rs buttle liDs containing S ldOK SbottiegforlitOVSWAXSOX nilECMATIC CUKKCO 1OO at E Lake St Chicago r BIG FOUR iTHe Sea Level ROIItGV TO NEW YORK DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE WAGNER SLEEPING CARS DININGCARSV I tIXGALLS E o Jtecoiuiiar President Pass Traffic M12VTARRE3 J LTXCI- IAsst Gent Ioss Ticket As Dr WniUm Indian Pile Ointment will cure suits nirvdlBZ and itching Mies It absorbs tbatumor allays the Itch lag at once acts as CVpouiUcesjestnstanureilef andllchlnsortbeprlTat part AtdrnuUtsorDT ClOONY a READEns0SmIsrarEnVPESIUING TO BUT ANTOJIXC ADVKRTISED IS ITS COLUMNS 611OULD INSIST UPOX 1IAV1XG WI1AT TlIEr ASK Foil KEFUSlXa All SLBSTITUTISS OU iMirAT- iOxSVARTERs1NK Is what Uncle Sam uses Use Certain Corn Cure Price15cV 11111I SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHOOT WINCHESTERVRifles Repeating Shotguns Ammunition and Loaded Shotgun Shells Winchester guns andVammunition are the standard of the world but they do not cost any more than poorer maktsVAll reliable dealers sell Winchester gaccisVFREE Send name and address on a postal for 56 Illustrated Catalogue describing all the guns arid I thoI ARMS CO UO WINCHESTER AYE NEW HAVEN CONN v t 4 I4 N tI o to CJ Ir 1rTl lll IIJ qw aLk PROM ALL OVER THE STATE 1 Q IT t II RUMORS OF INDICTMENTSI The Pncu oIIit Grnnd Jury td JouriiH hut UN IluliiRH KclVrom the Public iI Xl1gtipriI 1Thl-n ctte county grand jury has all Under a rule IIr the circuit 1jlICII itly ailopteil no imlicl t cn out till WiirrnntN url if iinred that several cif ftlleloeal o tu it issisted in the i arrest of Poufv I Havis wIre III Oicted hut no iiu us to what 1 Vj ecific charge It js known that PC oi W K 1 i1ooney wnll indieted foi to anti flwtlery It is alleged tlm ztiSecretary of State Powers hat head on Sat unlay igattIit h 10 Svhien the latter anti Capt Davis were arrested here while trying tV escape in the disguise of soldiers uniforms Secretary Powers was hllltlill so nn tIllcly 11 nt ie had to have hisjpl tl while in the eity prif r that night anti lit claimed V wns struck alter Ite hail1ieea 1 in the prison The ol1 tIn 11t secretary Powers resist Id they found him with o 1h11in the ear that 2 while they o jttten t him into custody- CONTESTANTS f 1f1tnke MA z f t Vo ln n ter Cctirrnl Jtraction tu tlir roslm jGj- nl Frankfurt ltv t a 1 t Unbhiiigtou March t it yun1cr general hat wnl the Jv a telegram to Postmaster 11 lIrankfort a i f j Ilciilyinjr to your tclcffr 4u1dretset1 to official persons p la to tc lelivcroil to tIle r 1 iiamcil Mail addrcswetl to t lt1S without ilesipnation bv lftr2 t to be delivered to the actu XtVLeuls of the oflitCs The Hhat contest board has ghx J rote to contestants will no 4 q delivery of mail of latter JiyVthem until they are lawfully into office This reply is ha1 your statement that coiateslv Iboltithe offices This onler wa S issued on tfi1 1utltt month thought it w made public Postmaster mith saul that he that not j t Ijjjivc it out here but landI 1 bee it published in KentuckyI a DISTILLERY DESTRO I SIfjTQ 0 vr UlnKlnr IVhUkf all Xnrr ljiI Eeuietl Hurning to liea I Ieds JCy April 2The II p Juiiildinps boiler rooms nnd L i ofthe G n White Co V4 jt by the Kcntucky tiJf lslnndsanti Warehouse Cos rJdestroyed by fire fire was cauttlln the copper doublet ltkiVwhisky reached the boilers wf fc iKjilodctl and in a few inintt 1 iSJ whole plant was covered wit1r s rJack Wall a Negro retl with blazing whisky and ly eseapoil iKinR1 burned toI TIIt loss IB between 30000 a OOOi covered bv insurance Tlii J t1l ler 8b iJiiin 18S ntl L bcor t1estro ed by fire 11 rsbuilt JJ4 3Iny Co It Alone JJ j t Louisviic Kv iIarda 3111Klliott president of bank of Henderson was in L on his way to Frankfort loJ t the officials of the l rankCo1 j er g hank in regard to the i V 0thiebankscharter by the cffo8iKffi t The Frankfort branch of tj bank vantn to nationalize but tlie ji adert iamIbranch does not The olfnals of the Henderson branch will iuakc a Jt pull to separate from the other two it concerns at Frankfort anti Ceorgc Il town and become an indepoutdent in 0 stitution II VII1 Sue for DamnTie l ingtoJ1 Ky March 30A8 a ref or 4 imaltof n mistake of trainman on the I road in Kentucky Mrs An tnie Thurmau of llarrodsbirg Ky has an attorney here investigating for thutftg she bounlcd a train here tu g home last Tue lay and wore a veil anti that passengers told the trainmen that she was h XegrcKS and hunt Inr r nioved I lo the colored coach The apologized when they Jearned their miiuke anti she wan allowed to go homo in n white conch Her husband declares that he will tine for damages Mayor Bradford Drnd Falmouth Ky April S Mayor F I F Uradford died after n brief IIh1I aged C5 years He prcvioutlv served 1 eight years as county superintendent of wrhoolg Ills remains will be in terred here After the Senatorsklp 4 Frankfort Kj March tlCon- gressman David II Smith democrat t of the Fourth congressional Uisrict jjofKentucky has entered the race for 21 the United States senate in j cecc 4 Deboc HcCreary democrat of Mad I rtlson will also enter1 Capt Darts Out on flail I i I nptr4 If7EI day afternoon Tostmaster T U Bak rr of Louisville and lion L J Craw ford of Xewport becoming surety for iIhim1 To Combine Breweries a I Louisville Ky April 3 A mOTe meat is on foot to organize all tIe f I tompa1ny 1r 3000000 Six of the largest beerjt establishments here are en 7Zileavoring to bring about the consoli dation Fight Orera Debt cc Mt Vernon Kj March 31 Harry 1 Smith shot and fatally wounded E I OXeil Their difficulty arose over llli small debt owed by the slayer Oftii fh cers are after Smith Irf oklnr After the Jourunl Louisville iCy March SJ lion GI legIslaturelo8tl1te printers relative to the2 printing of the journals Mr Holland ij a member of the joint legislative w t committee charged with looking after tlie printing of the journhls The tzErwork will be completed in a few days LCojuznbia Ky March j OMaJennings who was taken 0 Ihurks- it AjHe for fear jof nfob vioTrnrr IS btZ t slrjed for he alleged iniiiili f Arch J Utrley last tall and acijuiiveti I JtiP 4a a 1i r iv L 2p e YTi j IANOTHER ARREST Tallow Ulek Comlin Tnkeu In oh nn Old Clinritf lint May lie Held for n hearing Mftiiclicstcr Ky ManIt 30 Tal low Dick Ctimbs was arrested at Itoallyville hIInlr of Chief of lo licc Calms uf this cityaiinia who jlin11Ihave kept him in jail for more than IS years Shortly after his conviction Combs escaped and the authorities had heard nothing from him until the confession of AVharton tioldcn at Frankfort PllhIisllt1the assassination of Gnchcl since Col dens confession his arrest at lleatty ilit was solely on a writ from this iv and had no com 1t II f t J 1 J y i f fviyr J r tO y j = i 1 i 1t t 1 1t Iftq Iy 1 h11Ifat t t t a It j f Itr icI Jrl a J4Sa 04 o a 4 J S f i JClhip jPi4 t P te JJI rI i t t r p lIt I J4 f h l q 1 to e i 4 iIse jjY J 1 tl p i i l St itrift J f i I V ir i i itt afr-p ti t o1 4 f j ii t1 y 44a4 ik 4 1 r t 4 stances An inqn it is believed sensational development and the arrest of a wellknown farmer will follow Kentucky Court of Appeal Frankfort Ky March 31A full bench session of the state court of appeals wus hell Thursday morning at the home of Justice White the members of the court being unwilling to sit in their regular chamber in the cnpitol because of the feeling at the capital About 50 cases were decided Millie Thornton Sold Lexington KytIarch 31Sani Wilson of this city has sold to Roy Miller trainer for the Plant heirs the fast pacing mare Millie Thornton for 7500 She has gone better than 210 and has valuable engagements Quarreled Over Crap I wisbnrg Ky April2alirn Smith shot and killed Alex Tones just out stile the town They were both col ored and fell out over a crap game Smith mule his escape K ltei reiienli tlve Dead LexingtrrIa yApril Uilllam Thomas Jones exrepresentative of Jessamine county in the state legisla ture is dead Alleged Airmllant held Padncuh Ky Marcia 30Glp Oil son a horse dealer charged with de taming Mrs Frank Henderson the wife of a wellknown farmer near Wickliffc against her will about n year ago has just been arrested here He has been in Louisville South Trimble for Contcms Frankfort Ky March 30 South Trimble speaker of the Kentucky house Thursday announced himself as n candidate for the democratic nomination for congress in the Sev enth district Inducalia Xeir Brewery Pndticab KyM March 29A site was purchased by J L Iloerber president of the lIocrber brewery of Chicago for 3800 on which the brewery of the Paducah Brewery Co with a en pacify of 25000 barrels per year will be erected ieW Kentnckr Pout OtHeeo Washington March 30The follow lug new postoffices have been estab fished In Kentucky Glenmont Jew is county M G Jones postmaster ItTins Store Russell county Hanni bal McKeath postmaster Died on the Day Set Whitesburg Kj Mcccb 29liKnott county James Eldridge aged 08 the oldest man in the county died Monday near Bath It in stated that he predicted last year that his death would occur on March 27 1000 IL had 17 living children Received It Charter Louisville Ky March 30The State Federation of Labor formed here January 25 and 26 has just rer 1ceiveilalso received tars credentials as oi gnnizer for Kentucky 4 J LEGAL PROCEEDINGS Cas of the Suspects Go Before thei Franklin Grand Juryi Xi Imtlilineiiln Kifiefteil In Mr lie tiirneil ii Cite the lnfler Inrl nf the SVteLIiaige 4if Venue Will lie rUeil liir Frankfurt Ky April Tin con vening if tin April term of the Im ukItlin circuit court with 1inlgi nil trill Mtting marks the beginning of tin final legal proccrilings ngniiiNt those eli rgrtl with complicily in the assassination of the late William ioc bel and on this account makes it the most important in till history ol criminal trials in this state in many enrslTin first session of the court will be taken up mainly with prelimina its Judge antiills h to the 0HI1prtIlIsinTin gnu lati jury will probably get in working order Tuesday nuadol course the assassination ease will lit the first matter taken up It is un derstood that Commonwealths At t i tltatstale has hall suhpocnnrs issued forCnumerous important witnesses in ro t a t ion mill others will bo issued a soon as the court gets down to work The names 0 r I IIllSpI sbhavt already been arrested anil whose cases have been referred to ho grand jury lor investigation are lEcpitblicat Secretary of State Caleb Powers Judge W L Hazclip of I ikclaml Henry Youtsey of Frankfort J L Suttoii of Williuinsbitrg llarland Ubittj kr of Ilntler county Sila Jones of Whit ley county antI John Davis of Frankfort Warrants art ilso out for cxSccrolary of Stuti lunches Finley Capt John L Powers if Knox county ant 1Fallow Dick ombs colored who have not yet con arrestitiaIt is not probable any indict incuts lathIlarlvliom indictments will be returned The general impression prevail hat none of the trials will conic ur it the present term and it is under tooth that the defense probably ir very case will move for a change ol 611116 to some other county on neiount of the heated state of public colin here- Frankfort Ky April tW H Cul on charged with being an accessory 0 the murder of William tiehelsaid at unlayrI have never confessed I know lothing lo confess I know of noth- ng that implicates republicans old Col T C Campbell and his asso lutes about one little matter that rnnt explain but of this thing that tizzies me IIan male no reference j mtil the time comes Col Campbell and Arthur Gocbei yefe up anal about early Saturday lt is supposed they are making prep rations for the worK before till rand jury Judge Moore declines to state how mn warrants were issued at iiitlame time with tlie Tallow Dick 4ombs warrant Combs is charged vith being an accessory before tbt net to he murder of tocbel Washington March 9The Prcsi lent has informed Kentucky rcpnbli leans thnt while he can not interfere I Kentucky affairs to the extent ol inarming the militia of either fuc ion he is willing so far ns he car egitimatcVy do so to recognize the epublican officials of that state as he facto ofliciuls He told them in he same connection that he would give directions that mail addressed to a n official by title only as to The Coy ernor or The Secretary of Iale- Soulll be delivered to the republicans holding these offices ami not to the democrats Frankfort Ky Marcia nxChief Justice James II Lewis chair man of the committee selected by the l egislature to have charge of the noe- belrewnrl1 JIIIIII Friday maile the fol lowing statement concerning the story sentout from Winchester hursday that Attorney lames An drew Scott hail proposed to the ret atives of If K Youtsey to give him a portion of the reward money for a confession of the details of the qoebllThe money appropriated by the legislature saul he to be used in running dotvn the assassins of Coy Goebcl and bringing then to justice will be distributed ns provided at the irst meeting of the reward commis sion so much for the assassin and so much for the conviction of each accessory The preliminary work is in the lands of Commonwealths Attorney Franklin anti no private citizen has authority from Mr Franklin or from the commission to offer rewards for confessions of alleged accessories Vo Damage Frost Froat Atlanta Ga April 2 Disputelion from different parts of the state do not indicate any serious damage by Saturday and Sunday nights frosts which were felt as far south as Co lumbus At Adairsville in North Georgia 75 per cent of the hite fruit in the valley was killed Will Meet In Chicago Next Year St Louis April 21he North Cen tral Association of Colleges and Sec ondary Schools adjourned to meet in Chicago on the Inst Friday in March 190 Steamer Adrift at Sea San Francisco April2ulvice front Honolulu tinder dcte of March 21 state that the wellknown steamer Cleveland bound for San Francisco with a 100000 cargo of sugar from Kahului is adrift with n broken shaft and practically helpless in the open sea Coal Inmlne in Germany Berlin April 2Tue coal famine i not relieved despite the phenomenal arrivals from England Jwent fie ship loads of English coal arrived at Hamburg last Wednesday Superlutendenry AbolUhed Massillon 0 April 2A notice has been issued by General Manager Ulickendorfer of the Wheeling Lake Erie railway abolishing the or- Ifice of general superintendent The place is now filled by F J Stout who Lamc to the road as trainmaster six years ago Tram Care In SntitlaKO de Chile Santiago de Chile April 2The firs ijectric tram ears ever operated io this citytveaat over the lines Sunday successfully Popular interest in the svent was keen c n1 Iv FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS lI rI Sealida flitlaslnrldonilliiti during HIP greater part of t itt esslon An amendment was agreed i lxliiK n license upon nlmost every MM 01AIknJ1r1lbnsession I htitistTiit house began con lhraliollof the army iipiiroprintloii bill lint the tie liatp was without exciting IncliloiitH bel lug conllnpil to the tlisciisHinn of army mat ers Chairman Hull In charge of the bill pxplalnoil Its provision Mr Jctt crlll rlsttl thp iMillcy of rusliliiR ollliers jllIorKlilKmy oppostil gcnemlly a iieriiiiiiuiil Increase of the nrmy nn prejudicial tu thItverpcsliiK IIL retention lit the Islands WasliIuKton March jd8IIIII to IIII- JlrllJrSIH made with the Iorlo Illro t rOT Kovcriiment hill It wax under discussion for nearly three hours lull the greater part of the time was con sumrd In the consideration of a free coinage amendment offered by Mr Mor ti n The anirndinent Is still pendlni F lit ed Iailisriuug1uae htciireituuitta itt Onrler of Iansits Inlroilueeil bill to establish n bu reau of criminal Information III connec tion with Lie department of justice It provides for the collection of records pho toKraphs niiasurenient ele of crimi nals convicted In federal military or na val rourts Other lunifc titus introduced were AuthorizliiK th use of a part nl tlui National cemetery at Arlington for the burial of deceased enlisted nice anti their wives and forbidding the govern ment snlc of stamped envelopes bvarlnu a ny llthograpiu printing etc Tin1 11111dWashington March 15 Senate The mate njsreetl to vote on the Iorto lit altrneoniissed ns follows Authorizing the ad justment of rights of settlers on the Nay njo Indian reservation tn Arizona jirovld Inhalfhearing of a criminal nature The amend ment offered bv Mr Carter of the Alas millinIrorw nll lrtt1 In hilt no further progresa Was made with the measure i radicalII1army appropriation bill Several minor amendments were ndoptcd and about half the bill was considered There was a oIurInlto the bill- Washington Marcia it Senate A direct IrlkeCromvision levying per cent of tile Ulngley law duties on Port Hlcan products The proposition was defeated by u vote of o IT Vlle the vote is regarded ns pre saging the passage of the measure It is not regarded ns Indicating the until vote nn the mil The bll was under discussion throughout the entire session several tin portant amendments being agreed to dbatepriation bill tine of the last amendments adopted opens soldiers homes In the of ficers nnd men of volunteer and regularlarmies Incapacitated during or Spanish wnr The contested election ease of White vs lloreln front the llth Ken tucky district was settled In favor of Mr llorelng Hoth the contestant and conte tce are republicans Washington March OtentuteA billswas passed for till relief of the heirs Iawrene D halley ratifying an appro priation by the legislature of Oklahoma out of the Morrell fund for the use of the tnlvcrslty of Iancston for colored stu dents Considerable progress was male with the Iorto Itlcan measure during the day most of the committee amend enalorbtlnKHouse The day was devoted to war but only three bills were passed ns follows To refer the claims of teo W Lawrence Involving J17000 In con nection with the construction of the mon- Itor Wnssue to tie court of claims to refer the claim of Hiram Johnson and oUiers for cotton burned In East Tennes see by tIlt confelerate forces to the court of claims toni to pay Mnlhlas Pcderson of Spring Valley aVis 300 Washington Marcn 31SenateTheItre time of the session was taken up In discussing the Iorto Rican bill the lea lure being all exhaustive sjieech by Mr l alrhnnkof Indiana who vigorously supported the nedlng measure nlJlrolrlatlnhilicnmmlttpp It carries J7ttO1W A reso lution was adopted to reelect the rlrnt board of managers of the national plllllalIebahlitical rpccch made lay Mr Shattiick of Ohio ninny members of both sides being drown Into POSTMASTER IREMOVED J C irnlinm Irovo ttnli CilRrltt With Ilrlnp a IlilvKnni OniclnlH Kxonerntetl Wasliitiptou Ajiril 1it was lin noiinccil at the post ollicc dcparlniiiit that J C Vralium land been removed ns jiosjtmister at Irovo Utah on March 28 and a temporary successor in the person of Heath Smott appoint ed in his stead Mr Smott was select ed by the bondsmen of Crahani and will retain office until some one is selected to take permanent charge iraham was removed as a result o an invest IItion by the house post of flee committee of charges that he was n polygamist The committee found that he was guilty as charged hilt ex onerated the president and all oft cials of the post olliee depart ment of any knowledge that he was guilty of polygamy at the time of his appoint ment Death of Curl F KellnRcr Xew York March JIlurl K Kg linger formerly a well known cotton merchant is cead at his home in this city aged 57 years lie hud been pres ident of the Mobile and New Orleans Cotton Kxchangcs and a member of the Savannah Kxchange and later was connected with a eottoti export house in New York Mllllonnlre Ilonenlicriv Dead Chicago March 31jaeoh Itoscn berg retired millionaire and pioneer merchant of Chicago died early Friday of influenza at his residence in this city Mr Uosenberg was SI years of age and rcade his fort line in the wholesale dry goods trade mill real estate Kxcetlrnt Imirexnion Made City of Mexico March Slrtsident Diaz received at the hall of the ambassadors the new minister from Guatemala Manuel Cabral a distin gui hcd lawyer nail statesman of that country The new minister made an excellent impression at the ceremony which is always an interesting one Traiauiport Sheridan Arrive San Francisco April 2 The trans port Sheridan arrived from Manila bringing 110 army prisoners tli siek 11 insane aunt 32 discharged soldiers 11 navy prisoners and 14 sick sailors Chinese Heformer UHcnpen London March lihe Hong Kon correspondent of the Times says Kwoiiff Yu Ini the Chinese reformei who wall recently abducted froir Kong Kong and taken to Canton hai escaped from his abductors anti is now sate at Macao Suicided In n Until Tnli Waterloo la March 31 Speakci Love Alford of the Iowa house of rep resentatives committed suicide in bathroom by cutting his throat will a razor Failing health caused de spondency Prominent Sloeliinnn Death Pt Worth Tex March l11Ion W B Tullis member of tIn Texas hiv stock sanitary commission and chair nina of the Western Live Stock Saul tary association died at his home ir Quamuih after an illness of sIJ weeks lIe was one of the most prom inent stockmen in the state Valuable Pictures llurneil Chicago Aunt 2By the bumfng of the Columbia theater the Iroquoii club lost ninny priceless paintings The most valuable of these was the Osier MBstieref worth 8000 S ij T 3 WHAT THEY REALLY SAY IInlinnil nml Vte nl the Tlirnlcr Vlid Appear In lip Utianced- In iiiiversntlull A man and wife chirr Ilic theater Ai coon as they art xfalril anil stir around for the hat pins mill remove her hat they look at rach other tmilinply mil teem to onlookers ti allying on an annnateil conCr atin llorcs what theyre really sayinpllukind Your hairs erabetha ternl iluvvn ill front like a dipi hlrhndI Cant yon ain it a swipe thatll Wifr I 1tataluta tale thing II ant vail you expect nip to liavc hay hair all ffall11nice al as take nf a heavy toreailor hal that conifs ilow n irr my give it a couple of ilalis ict huw- tituktI nan as if youd liecn making a y off TherellIlw Joes it slut your luiillon hip tlh well it Unt as tliiikas it iaiWhat IKVOIIIP of IhalwlIoulallilUiil rat thing you got to unclrryoiir front lirinp awhile That made it stick up miiiu t auh and The dale it nnil it wa too warm anyivny My what n frightful haircut your gave yon today Make you look ke a IuMnii inuiijik Dont you think vnuil better cliani your barber etc Washington 1ost HE WAS AGREEABLE Would Let the Old Incle Shunt If lip roiinil Illni In Such n 1onltlun Irellyfelroilthe bans until after lnt This disturbs an irascible nM uiirle of hers who has daughter of this own too much after hit IIjlonhimIer day Are you going to marry that niece of mine aktd sternly when they were alone in the inner olliee Pardon file sir hilt I must decline to answer She tins a fattier and a mother and Im on good terms with them I fail to see that it is ear affair Theres a whole lot that you fail to see young man Im reallv the head of our family and Ill not shirk my daiLy tier latent are a couple of chumps Are your are oui not engaged You force me to say sir that it is none of your infernal IHIMIICSS awl that you arc just what heard you were a sour cross grilled old ciirniudgfim See here softly Ill not bandy word with the likes ofyou but if you had Leen going with my daughter as long as you have my niece wouldnt do a thing taut put a revolver to your head informing you that if you didnt marry her And IM beg of you to hootdmitFree Tress The Iilrnl lInn There Is much rivalry between the various colleges as to which will produce the ideal Ity this they mean vigorous honest intellectual man who wit make the world better for having lived Health will demand dellllIlhrainandwill keep the bowels regular and the healthy by curing all stomach dis orders It also prevents malaria fever and ague Try Feminine Connlnlpnpy Mrs Greene They do say that Mr Slydcr gambles Isnt it awful hrjhe robs some other man if he loses he robs his fatally flyhueprize at the whi l loiirnamcrt last night a nipOil how I envy youhioitou Transcript HOW Tills f We otTer One Hundred Dollars Reward fc anv cae of Catarrh that cannot be cured by HaWs Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Props Toledo O We the undersigned have known F JCheney for the last 15 years anti believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac anybbhigationsWest Truax Vhoieale Druggists To ledo Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally scting directly upon the Mood and IIIUMIUS 1JotrHalls Family Pillt arc the bestIEvidence of n A man with a bill announced the Court The eliainbcriaiuiIlie must be a lurdexclaillleI his majesty HiinliiiiR of the rigorous measures hit had taken to prevent creditors approach ing the royal person Detroit Journal Tall Con Get Allrni FootKaw FREE IcroyNEase a powder to shako into your slices It cures chilblains vcalinjr damn swollen nchicfj feet U makes New or tight shoes KISV A certain euro for Corns mill Bunions All druggists and shocstorcs sell U 25c IMITcrcnee In Iiieithin alwaysdinliSandy 1ikcs Xo mum When Im up inChinatownlltws Ding nothing dota half the mirchief of tlie world Iostcn Congrrgatioialir4 THE UIUiETSI 31LIVLSSelect lititclicra 90 U u 7HOHSMixed packers 520 U 5 3l 11SIIKHPCholceLAMHS Kxtrn 6 7 10 O3WUltAIXWlivatXuIo3 O 70 WsOatsXoHye No 2 4f tai h1AChioIce timothy 1173 4il5 00 riiOVlSlUNS Hess perk iG23UUITKHCliolccCnolce creamery jJ6 00tOTATOESjerCHICAGO CUUAIXISSJCom24JRyeri260luRINEW TOUIC ftGRAIN 4 434OatsRye tV 00LARDDALTIMORE SOORAIN torn11UyeNo13HOGSINDIANAPOLIS 71CornOats No mixed U 1554 LOUISVILLE 53GRAINHOaIIJMlxet1 50LAUDSleamr AV1AT ALAIIAJSTIMI IS Alabastlne Is the original nnd only dur able wall coating on the market It U entirely different from alt kakomlne preii aratlons Alahastlne Is made ready for use In wiilte or fourteen beautiful tints by the addition of cold water It Is put jp In dry powdered form In packages properly labeled with full directions on every package U takes thus place of seal ing kalsomlnes wall paper and paint for PlasterLarlckbrush U on a f t PEA PROTECTS OUR HOMES The Roberts Family of Falls City Neb Are Healthy and HappyA Rare Sight in These Days They Say We Think Peruna Is The Greatest Medicine On Eartli Xo man i better known in tIle State Nclirajka than Mr Carl T Itoberts IIfI trattor and IIIIMMI A typical American sagacitylIea lartector In a recnt letter to Ir tart man he writes anions other tiling as fol lows Our Imv James had the membranous croup and repeated attacks of lung fever Our Iwy Charlie vae also tulijeet to re aI1l11lenrisrOnrand malarial and liver trouble Your remedy Ienina tatcdaty boys entirely and now have of the healthiest boys in the State of Nebraska which I attrib ute to your medicine 1wifc had a Mom ach trouble which 1cnina also cured Alto rrlhlr for m whole fautsaly We have ttc4 nineteen bottles of Icrnna and have thus saved 300 in doctors bill I am a contractor antI mason by trade and am known all over Nebraska I have lautla stomach trouble which has been greatly relieved tat jour remedy IVrtmo Iam still taking ite think it U the greatest nieil lilrNebmlitruls tiC Passage No I do not make friends as eaitaI u ed to wilJi my fellowtravelers haid the man who was relating Kiiropcan cx perienee It ii not because feel less nv ciably inclined hut lerause of the cod setback received iit ihr iltiir In the Id nlliic one motning entered into conver sation with an Fnglistisuan and woman who stemetl to me to be the riifaat snot They halI nt meet my friendly overture with the lit llalhl and an Knsih tare On the tontrarj lucy seemed anxiiius to become acquainted with me and soon we were chat tins pea aiitv congratulated1 mj elf upon my poctl fortune in tailing in with uticha Jlccahlt ieolale who wier aurt nite cnniizh to he Atnenran edifii cdfil raUar and Well just pTuiiNnjt a sijlilMiii expodition for the following day when one of the hotel waiters thrust his heat in the doorway and saul The min warts the both fHZ h newfound fntrds were the maifan1 mui servant of the iluch cs of Cleveland Loid Ioebcrjs mother Detroit Free Press To California qultkh anti CumCort- nlily Via Chicago Union Pacific and North Western The Overland Limited leaves Chicago daily 630 P II arrives tan Francisco the afternoon of third daynIna Los Aopclc next mornitis No change of cars All meals in dining cars Ifnliet smoking cars with bather liic best of cverythang5Iiie Puciliir impress leaves Chiraso daily 113U 1 Jl class ard through tourist sleepers to Califor lila Icisontlly inducted excursions every agents tell tickets via Chi cago NorthWestern Hy For full in formation anti illustrated pamphlet apply to n Kniskcrn 22 Fifth aye Chicago III to1 HiiKHKeiiient itGoo1Second Veteran etiar Weil old friend you know how these things are Salary properly speaking dnnt get hut rat the whole of an rnofmntis hccfstrak in the ecc oaidactN Y WorM ilmsl of tin HairIer And Other Tales inrludiiiR Making a ricvo lot loll Siiiiiuchanna Trail Siilpturc of the Elf Once a Iillur of the World FtJthci of Fashion and others A delightful voliimp lrihllIliollKailixxid 20 Mxehangi Place New York City KJitiou Limited In Seusiti Alley yciledJiiaitny retortedMicrlhil The Million Dollar Iotnto Its marvelous Salzers catalog tehlso also about llape for rattle sheep and wine Costs 25c a ton to grow Send 5c and tItle notice today to John A Sazer Seed Co La Crosse Wis for his big catalog uj I shall never be title to find another latus band like dear John said the widow I know replied the persistent suitor ISu wouldnt juu like an eutitelv different one jiut by tiat of contrast Philadelphia North American To Cure it Colil In One DnyT- svUa Laxative nromo Qiiinino Tablets All drusgists refund money if it fails to cure 23i Necessity is altl to be the mother of in rcution but is not oftentimes invention the mother of necessity Most inventors go brolie Huston Transcript PUTXAJt KAUEIKSS DYES pnxlurc neykuuotviuIt italil that care will kill a cut lout ifa mai iIotMit rare very inueh he will probably find a bootjack or a gun jut as effective Chicago Daily New Pisos Cure cured me ofa Throat and stanuhiuigECad Ella1tutt carried away by Tennysons portal StillsI am sorry we havent J copy in the hotieTowii epics How Sly Throat Hurts Why dont you TarPikesFoolish compliments are as unworthy of notice as senseless abuse ilobe WHAT KAUSOMIMSS AUK lCabomlnes are cheap and temporary preparatIon manutactiartal from wtIting- ttialk clays etc They are stuck on tile walls with decaying animal glut Ala liastlne In not ti kalsomlne It is n rock liuiiit cement which sets ami it hardens with age It can be recoated and re decorated without bavins to wash anti scrape oft its old coats Alnbastlne utilized to a great extent In hospitals at aniljuliluftwlrtll flu nature Hon William YoinRbloo Anditor for the Interior fromIpiiS Hurtman Coluci 31 bus Ohio as Cot lows Ive of ti ten hoard of your great medicine perfbic who lanai been tIl f1iuuucbnfasuffer4r and after using sItetsIclaimedHoa William for It mad I take Plwwuro ha rec loutiRDlootl ommcmlinR it to nnyono who is af flitted withcatarrh Peruna lias berime in n multitude cf households absolutely in dispensable r take up of of of be Superintendent of of K iu a few at The or Is a I I O I I am better I is without a doubt the best medicine ever in a family cured ray nervousnesj which I alllictcd for a great is a fact that sensible provident people will for the neglect so a precaution as to a bottle Pcrnna bring themselves needless a practitioner medicine is to wit As soon as the value of ap as a pre cure of tent thousands will be saved and hurt dreds of of lingering cases of prevented household safeguard A ot by the Company Columbus who sleeping nights run Texas can accommo dations parlor car sleeper are attached In to eIpera ftt and eato during Iliodar nljlit trains on th Bolt carrr and chair ears through tn Tess The sad cqmptsent compares with that at any ul tn tb eouatry Writs and tell na where you ave and when wilt leare and as wilt toll you what your ticket will cost and what traintotaketo best ttmoantlcnnnectlon We will also send you an intenstlnz little book A to Tcxu FtXt01STAUI l SlSma1tL aaUu ttilaa E LaBEAUME 0 P T A St Mo is Money Time is money and Omahais you can half a selecting theright route Your natural route is St Louis Take from will reach St 1n evening as Wabash Cannon Ball leaves St Louis m and you are in Omaha morning in breakfast Avoid trouble no other will get you there much Our WestIf you to reach Ogden Butte Helena Francisco Spokane Portland or Seattle you have minutes in Omaha when Limited starts these points convenient dont you think A simple complete tells nfl It some knowing If you to any city you can have full information your bet train and connections railroad and car fares etc and the rate wilt be right C criNE Con and In 3 or Years an IndependencelsAssnred f homes In Western tile land plenty IllQ Crated parophleu experiences nbobaTObecomowealthj dehegaueeteafl full Information rallirar rates can had on application to tiltS Immigration Department InieriorOUna Canada or address the Lnderslen edTihow mail atlascn aniphlrtsccfree Saiptofiumlgcettonottawaaanhtt T Inillautwlla laid forDCough Syrupcxpectoratlon easy anti cures days rice ac alldrugg- iatsDROPSYNEW DISCoVERY gives tndeur iwont dajtreatmnFree HCIIKS SCIIOOI1IOUSKS- Tlie Trails of churches school and nil public halls should 10 vtxttttt with anything but the durable ami pure AIibistlne So has this fact became that hundreds of tons are usetl for this work jjenu inc Alahastlne Ioos not rub off It cleanly during the of Us usefulness Kvery owner of building should it Ask your or druggist for card of tints and write fur frti copy of our interesting ti Alulnatinu Grand Mich ilr T Walker Carneiro Kansas writes It is with pleasure that report that titan have been for many years Perumi that was used Jt has with have been atom ben of years It everincreasing astonish ment many otherwise and of simple have of at upon the suffering foolish expense of forced ness every day Peruna is fully every household both ventive and these affections of lives thousands chronic disease Peruna is the complete work chronic catarrh sent free to any addres Pcruna MedIcine Ohio to exasPassengers to Texas want car accommodations for the from Memphis to secure such only on the Cotton Belt Memphisincafe from Memphis to the Texas border where for the principal Texas points addition night parlor cart both and Cotton com fortable caChe Irn cllnlnz without cbucce service faronblj enlne yen inaketho Trip 1fi3f3OLLcOLiZTU vcFEELEZTPtXtukIsTcei iaeIci FtimnIPtlcbijU and Louis ITime vohsavingf the point youwantto reach save tiny by via trains here that Louis the 730 p next time for route before noon Connection want Salt Lake San only twentyfive wait theOverJand for Wonderfully folder about thine worth want reach western specific about slcejpinc Addicts Iljmr Ticket AglSt Louis Canada KlTloe farmers tntrushagilttaretaOrSa HOM1KS Cill AD Interior housra never evident annually scale long period case iiaint dealer IwoKlet RapIds believe that I I nTInhInuE5hamnathTh1teyrs En nmu yleialer and 55 grcati root fattenlr fcT hvirhei OitN5fld rattle known Writ for ctrci lar UUinjc all about thrift This attvt n app ar tiffalo W FMASLEYItiCUMoab iia wwq GtILncladrsL Sebstitutos for Samples ft5 UANltA COCAMDIN I PJSCXS CURE T RIBIS All USt fAq Best Coagh Bjrup Tastes UocU Use in time Sold ill dyuazlistsI A N KE 1807 TlVHEX WRiTING TO ADTEWrISLBJI piruse 511CC that YOU saW the Advertise ment In this itntec ALAIASTINEIllMECT TIlE JUST AS GOOD The dealer who tells you that he tarn sell you the same thing as Alabas tine or something just as good7 either Is not jxjstetl or Is trylns to ilectlve you In offering something he has bought ctap and Is trying to sell on Alabastlnes de mantis he may not realize the danger to himself as well as to you Beware ot nit new substitutes Dealers visIt a suitor damages by selling and consumers by iming mi Infringement AlabastlneCo n the right to make and sell tvnll C91VU 3 adapted to mix with cold water c r r 1 0 T df OW1HGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE IANNOUNCEMENT For Appellate Judge To the Republicans of the Seventh S iAppelJuteDistrict of Kentucky I for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this i- II1djtril t subject to your action November 1000 t Rep Ell C OKEAK j THURSDAY APRIL fi 1900 THE Porto Rico vermiform ap pendix threatens the body politic with nppcndicitif THE ladien will be interested to hear that more seals luivo been caught this year than any one year for twenty yearn pnst IT is announced that there sire 300000 voters in Cuba They would be clllda y for mot any old Aineriunn political boss THK luiiicd castigation of the ntAirrpriniis Beveridge the young est member of the U S Senate was very properly done by octogenarian PPIUIS tin oldest Senator j AMERICA lias sent n party to the 4 1 1IJaris Exposition to tench the t the gnstronnmicnl value of green corn However they will never bo nbJe to teach thorn how toS eii cutrn itfuf the rob without mak ing temporary hogs of themselves for it VNIII be did = u AccnuuiNG to reports there is III a veritable reign of lorror at Prank e 1furt J t U alleged that any penon rII to be in sympathy with the t lUpulliciuirf is liable to be insulted nnd ran not feel safe at any tlalle1 A conflict of arms seems to become more a possibility every lay ITS Queen Victorias pninful pleasure to visit Dublin The Pope has bespoken her a respectful re ception which will take her through Ftifcly in all probability bit its a a ordeal for a hid r us old as to undergo If rlOolfrnle 1tcrrlhle0 her those in authority in fpasms of joy when the gets bark horne j His iiern is McRum ye sty 1 And pliWMt th1 divvlc wud an A Merrycan bye nv t lot nem be luk juflher th Qunnos inthrrsts in Ui Trance Voll for F Oi had n 3rnitch ut tit bluddy buggords iihusin th McRum land Oid lave til dammed heads nv thitn bald Oi vudLAnnr OGAFF it Boss Coxs Cincinnati ticket won an cvorwlielming victory Monday The Democrats end independents liepublicans were defeated by over ffJ nnd the Coxitcs got every thing they wanted Its n Mark Han a iclory The Republicans made gains in other Ohio munici pal elections The Democrats made b biuiuth3ichigan TILT Spanish duke suys himself ibcrb is nothing in his reported en rageiucnt to lletty Greens only daughter If the daughter is heir ess to a fair portion of her mothers 1 brains the knows that investing I uiuptyfteen millions in a duchess title is a poorer speculation titan Rube Bygoshs in flowery Bens 1 God brick iTmFayette county grand jury j indicted one policeman on the 4 9 i charge of assaulting Secretary of State Caleb Powers while he was in the custody of the officers An of fleer of tue law convicted of such an offense ao wantonly assaulting prisoner richly deserves a peniten disqualificationtany the State i 4 MERRY Old England keeps on 2 proving her own civilization and her inalienable right to shoot civ llization into every other people 1II Vkiwho have anything she covets A of Britons opposed to the 1 noel war assembled at Bradford I j England and the gentle war peo 41eassailed the speakers with de ceased felines and other unsavory missiles beaking up the meeting 4 ON Nov 7th 1899 tho whole Republican State ticket was elected by the voters of Kentucky and du ly iiibtulled in office Tho Goebel itCA have just as much right to those i7 olllces now ns any man has to the 7tprofertyof another man The Leg islature and courts may give the Gocbclite usurpers a legal title 11f but it is not in the power of men to give them a just title irr TOE earliest spring snake liar down at High Bridge Ky turns r14 out to be u frog liar His story rune that a negro woman sent for a I r physician and told him she felt like x she bud something alive in her stomach Tho doctor gave her chlo i roform to put the living denizen of liar stomach naleep followed by ant emetic to expel it Tho woman then threw up four frogs and a tadpole t a sort of bobtail frog flush SHREWD American darkeys of iZ1 good address dont know bow near ParndtFe is to them All accounts agree that a bright negro can dis tance the average white man in winning the womens favor in Eng j land and on the continent of Eu- ropez and can marry piCk and choice i a of the ordinary class of white girls even those with property Howev cierone American mulatto named Williams carried the thing too far nt Hamburg Germany rr cently He courted two girls and ct4under promise of marriage received a of 1000 marks from one and a sum of money from the other and came to grief to the extent ofa i year in prison on complaint of the z41 girls in court c f trl- att A a i ic ki j A fnlllliFrnulrort Billy Piittcrpon another thUd he wrote Beautiful Snow another that he stole Charley Ros another that he was the prisoner in the Iron IIIJSIteriesra nothing a ic wnid for nil Ileilig confessions Tin mountaineer all coming is tilt favorite alarm cry of some of the Goebel organs Sonic raft men coming down the Kentucky river on timber during the recent tide facetiotisly raised the white tlag as they nailed into Frankfort bar lair Another party of raft men who had been down Licking river pais ed through lari on their return home and the alarm of The moun taineers lire cumingWlIS again raised BKXIAMIN HAICUISON again prove lilt genuine Americanism bycx pressing the hope thou the Doers will find some place on the green earth where they will have the right to live unmolested by the British since they have more than once sacrificed their lands nnd their homes and moved on to avoid thu HririlihlIaggression That senti ment does credit to both his head land his heart- ClNclritTl v has a Cox and anti Cox campaign hin its midst The Republicans who are trying to Ilown Boss Cox have fused with tIme Dem ocrats on a municipal ticket The Commercial Tribune is rl hot UtpIbelism or rather vice versa since Coxism hits nourished in the Ohio metropolis for several years Down with rotten political bosses of nit parties everywhere thutISenators lied the scene leaving on ly twentytwo of whom only about n half dozen enjoyed the Hover idges flavor enough to appear to drink it in The idea was to snub Beveridge who was feeling his keeping and entirely too gay for a youngster among graybeards It may be a salutary lesson If Bev eridge has the real truck in him he will compel them to accept him as did Tillmon and Mason BECKUAM and his fellows know they are in justice no more entitled to the State offices they profess to occupy titan they are entitled to their pick and choice of the otllces in Kentucky under the Federal Government for Taylor and his associates on the Republican State ticket wero as truly and honestly electtd lust November as any Ken tucky candidates over were There is u vast distinction between n legal title conferred by a partisan Legislature and partisan courts and a just title conferred by a plu rality of tho voters acting in a strictly legal und honest manner THE agreement between the at torneys on both sides of the con test for Governor states specifical ly that tho cnso may bo taken to the U S Supreme Court for final decision yet tho Goebelites are talking like they are going to seize the State buildings as soon as the Court of Appeals decides in their favor According to the way they have acted agreements and laws are binding only on the nntiGoebel itee while they are free above law right or justice to do as they please WITU Gen Cronjo a prisoner Gen Joubert dead and the capital of Orange Free State in possession of the British it was to be expected that the Boers would be disheartened but Oom Paul Kruger is re portedas saying ho would retake Bloomfontein by the middle of this week Gen Roberts is reported to be in need of a long breathing spell owing to the exhaustion of his forces in recent operations A corres pondent close to Roberts says he is fully convinced that 150000 for eign troops have been landed to aid the Boers That may account for Krugers assertion It would be worth a good many whoops if Kru ger should yet send Roberts scoot ing back to Capo Town with irs coat tails whipping to rags in the breezes created by his hurry PETER C DEluxe U S Assist ant Commissary of Subsistence just returned from Manila would like for Uncle Sam to put him off at Buffalo which is his home but Uncle is going to try him by court martial for an escapade and an al leged forgery by means of which he secured a roll of Uncles long green as well as for a deficit in his accounts Its n trutb whether Uncle Sam will permit it as an ex tonuating circumstance or not at tho trial that in the American code of morals Uncle Sams property is legitimate prey provided one is no vulgar bungler to get caught in the crt act of stealing it Of course there are dissenters but whether numerically large or small they are goodygood weaklings who cut no ice where strong men arc the men of action LUtE the doctor who aimed to throw his paralytic patient into convulsions on the ground that he couldnt do much with paralysis but was hI on fits the Goebel prosecutors and persecutors tried to arrest Tallow Dick Qombs at Beatty ville because of an impending fine at Winchester in order to get him away from BcattyvHIe and put him on the rack to extort or other wise secure a confession He was arrested but secured a release on a writ of habeas corpus the case to be tried finally before a judge nt Beattyvillo last Monday It in said that Tallow Dick was convicted on twenty indictments for running a blind tiger at Win chester fined 4000 and jailed but was permitted to escape in order to get rid of him lc 1 rp s i 41fG IOM YE hits left Welling 1m represent Korea nt several courts loaving Tain E Ye in charge nt alFnirs until n new Minister unives Amateur pit iliio gists are speculating an to whether the Karen branch of the Ye fatal y is of original Irish cx t met inn or is elhniilugically related to the journalistic jjoniiipes who refer to Jieiuttlres as 4yo editors 0Till game of State and National government must lIe played accord i lug to the rules by nil parties en gaged in it else time game will in ovitably burst tip in a row Ac cording to the extremely importunt rule in tin State game the majority or plurality ot legal voters shall deride who shall hill the olllces The Gochelites have nearly com pleted the violation of this rule fort lie most important olllee stakes in it The umpires or courts have upheld them although everybody knows they lust It ione of time worst wrongs that can ha done the State WOXHEII if Senator PcttiiP of Alabama wasnt hitting Itryan n crack over IJeveridges shoulders when ho said hiiit Friday The wonderful declamation we lint yesterday from the orator of the Senate Mr Ueveridge When you get a genuine orator he is ab solutely absolved from all rules of logic and common sense Senator Iettus said the Sen ate or President pro tem or the Senator front Iowa Allison would have to take sortie action ns to that orator Youll have to have a caucus on him Ho continued that when the Master se lected n leader for the Israelites he did not choose an orator He even chose a stuttering man His name was Moses but he was not an or ator THE Goebel crowd at Frankfort made a serious blunder lust week James Andrew Scott attorney one of the leaders f tho lOfbuliluH tact Iudge C S French father in law and N H Witherspoon broth erinlaw of II E Youte at Win chester nnd tried to induce them to lend their influence to have Yout ey confess Scott said to them If Youtsey will tell what 1 think he knows he cnn hang Taylor and damn the Republican party I feel sure that I can arrange for enough of time appropriation for Youtaoy to make him and his wife comfort able fur tie rest of their lives Culton is going to confess in the morning and Youtsoy had better get in while ho can The money is going and he might as well huvc his share Judge French is an old attorney and exJudge of the Common Pleas Court Mr With crspoon is a hanker Ruth sup ported Senator Goebel They are among the first citizens of Win Chester They refused to do what Scott urged them to do and told of it until it was finally made public through an authorized interview in the newspapers Youtsey was ar rested after Scotts failure with French and Withcrspoon The lat ter ray that Youtseys story to them tallied with what Justus Ole bel told them lila side knew of Youteoys actions and that there was nothing incriminating in it that Justus Goebel told them he believed Youtsey had no connection with the assassination of his broth er but he must on account of his position know things that should be told EXSPKAKEU TlICUAS B REED is not what could be called a disappointed man and dyspeptic pessi mist He for years occupied the position of preeminent leader of his party in the House retired while he still haul no rival and is now enjoying an immensely lucra tive law practice Yet he is reported as saying in n talk with Senator Beveridgo in regard to time Porto Rico tariff muddle You have got into just the trouble people always get into when they try to govern somebody else before they have learned to govern themselves Boveridge finally charged Reed with dreaming Yes drawled Reed I did dream oncethat the Republic would last forever But now I am waking up The intelligent and courageous in dependent voters have been and are powerful factors in saving the na tlon from the destructive tenden cies of utterly selfish nnd reckless politicians and utterly selfish and reckless elements of the citizenship in both great national parties but steadily the choice between the evils of one party over those of time other diminishes until it ie mighty near a case of no choice at all in rotten apples However in Kentucky the choice is still between civil liberty unda peoples self government on one side and a thor oughly dishonest and reckless oli garchy on the other side so far as State matters are concerned Kentuckys first vital concern is to secure the right of suffrage again so that the majority of time voters may havo a chance to overthrow the robbers who have by arbitrary power sot asido the will of the people honestly and plainly expressed at the polls last November Triumphant rascality never reforms itself What was and is Goebelism willrapidly develop into Diabolism if it is not soon overthmrov- nCORRESPONDENCE Naylors Branch Warren Warner is not so well Alfred Stephens lost by death a good work horse MarcIa came in like a lion and went out like n lion George Lathram had two sheep killed by dogs last week Aunt Kitty Coylo is seriously ill and not expected to live but a short timeThere has been some plowing done in this community and the wheat crop is looking well ic 1 t5ii J r 4 o IOlympiaWalter Jackson is out again Mrs J W AIcGIosson is im proving Miss Bertie Hall is visiting at Stepstone preachedhere K A Bnehford of Salt Lick was here one day last week Mr and Mrs D R Bishopwere in Lexington Monday of last week Forge Hill Mrs Cliiirlefl Jones who has been ill for Bonn time is improving Miss Lidn Williams viaitqd her coutin Mrs W K Atchison at Salt Lick Sunday Miss Clio Williams visited Miss PricldrhDied last Tuesday nt his home in Fleming county old Uncle Tom title Johnson Uncle Tom III Ie was a highly respected citizen and had many friends hero who extonel sym pathy to time bereaved fatally Licking Union G W Abbott is on time sick list Say dill you get fooled the first day of April C C Johnson of Farmers win hero Saturday Frenchiburghart Roy Barber of Rowan Co canto Saturday to visit relatives here Grover Nickel of Ienifco Co visited his sister Mrs E W Mc Kinnoy Saturday lit Sunday Clnte Jones accidentally let a switch tie fullon J M Cogswelli hand and foot last week inashinj them considerably Odessa Sirs Jennettie Snedegar continue very poorly Mrs JS Anderson is up again we are glad to ztiy and helping about her house work Born some three weeks ago to 32 r and Mrs John Riddle a bait ii cing big buy Burton T Both the mother and child are getting along nicely und John is about his work happy again Married on last Thursday Chits Riddle rtu Miss Horn Manning The bride wo do not remember whose daughter she is but do know die is a bright beautiful and ac complished young lady WIll hits made her home with Mrs Warren W Rodgers for several years Time groom is the eldest son of iiNWm Riddle nUll is a nice indus trio II welltodo young moan and wo predict for them n prosperont journey through life Th best wishes of tho writer are extended together with their mummy friends to Mr and M re Charles Riddh i Granso City Charles Dawson of Until cofinty was here Sunday Miss Leona rllllps is visiting re lath near TilloniProf J n Lindsay of Sherotirne was here last week Abney Williams lion gone to Mt Sterling to work in tobacco Master Carlos Colliver has re turned from a visit in Bath Co Mrs Al Ruwlings visited rein tires in Rowan county Thursday Miss Hattie Kinney went to Wyoming lust week for an extended visitMiss Oddic Power of Odessa was time guest of Miss Rosa John son last week M A Denton nnd wife of huts born were guests of the families of J 11 and L R Newman Saturday and Sunday Died March 27th nt his home near here Uncle Tommy Johnson of paralysis after a lingering ill ness His remains were interred at Fairview burying ground We extend our sympathy to the reIn tires Bothel Dr Stone spent several days in Louisville last week Miss Fannie Scott of Tilton is visiting her brother W B Scott Mrs Susan Hazel rigg is very sickthreatenedwith pneumonia Mrs Allic Robertson has been in Flemingsburg for several days this week Will Henderson and family spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Carlisle Miss Maud Gorlmm of Millers burg is with her sister Mrs Val ter Whale Squire Charles Wilson spent sev eral days last week in Lexington and Millcrsburg Mrs W P Given and Mrs D S Trumbo spent Thursday in Flew ingsburg with friends Ed Reid and Charlio Reidof Carlisle left Saturday for Versail len to visit their brother Joe Reid Mrs Odon of Winchester our Conference Secretary of tho Wo mans Foreign Missionary Society was hero Sunday and organized a Juvenile Society with Miss Laura Wbaley lady manager Robert Whaley spent several days in Mt Sterling last week When ho came howe ho was in a handsome new buggy and wa nc eompanied by a pretty girl Miss Beulrih Slmnkland who is time guest of Mrs Morris Evans Slmnkland and Peters have dissolved partnership on account of Slmnkland not being able to rent a nreIscarce someone would build houses hero to rent Peters will conduct the gro cerynlone 7 v S Lk r9W l itA L Moores Forry Joseph Williams wont to Yale Saturday G W Shrout of west of Ovr ingsville visited relations Saturday and Sunday G B Myers sold nnd delivered nt Salt Lick 100 bu of corn at 5ft cents per bushel IWm Razor wife and children of Lickvisited J E Johnson Saturday anil Sunday Lust Friday B W Shrrut killed a wild goose near tho big pond on the Davie Shrout farm Luther Caesity and wife of Jessa mine county came up Saturday on a visit to their parents here James Armstrong nail Troy Jen lungs of Licking Union visited at G B Myers Saturday night Miss Rosa Moody returned Saturday from Jessamine Co where she had been visiting relatives James Goodpaster bought a house and live acres of land on time old sand road of Marshall Wells heirs for 100 John Otis oltIa horse to a Mr Spurioek for 80 Mr Otis also sold and delivered 120 bus of corn at Salt Lick at 55 cents per bu Uppor Prickly Ash Harrison Swetnamls still poorly C S Rntliir and family of Bald Eagle were guests of Charles liar per Sunday Almanza Stone visited the fami ly ofT J Cnrr near Judy Satur day and Sunday Elder T S Tinsley will preach at Harpers schoolhouse next Sun day afternoon ut 3 oclock Miss Jennie Gudgcll of neat Sherburne is visiting relatives anti friends in this neighborhood Perry Good pastor and 1118 Pearce Goo paster of Owingsville visited Mrs Jennie Hamilton one day last week Miss Mary Markland began a subscription school at Reynolds ville Monday week ago with 45 pupils Miss Addiu Stewart returned hum Friday from Cincinnati where shin had taken n course in millinery trimming James R Shrout and son Gay of Montgomery county nnd Leo D Brother mid wife of Owingsville were at Mrs Nancy Shrouts Sun day Mr and Mrs Joseph Spencer of Roes Run Mrs Dora Cook Miss Maude Coyle and C W Honakcr of Owingsville wore guests of Mr rnd Mrs T P Ilonaker Sunday T W Hamilton visited his aunt Mrs Ella Hamilton near Mt Ster Ii mig from Friday until Sunday He was accompanied to Flat Creek by his sister Miss Fannie who was the guest uf Geo Steele and wife Stsnstonft- W G Moore went to Farmer Friday on business Mrs Thomas Cassity sprnt Wed nesday at Preston with relatives Dallas Barnes of Little Rock was here Sunday visiting friends B F Myers Jr and wife spent Sunday with relatives nt Eivington- T II Steelo and numbly wurit to Mt Sterling Sunday to visit rein liver Gco W Payne visited his daugh ter Mrs Wm Blevine near Pre ton Monday Mrs Redman of near Mt Sterling is visiting tho family of B F Carpenter here Mrs Maggie Crouch and Carroll of Sherburne are visiting Mrs H C Mead G W Turley bought of his sis terinlaw Mrs Moses Karrick a farm horse for 51 Miss Mattie Payno left Monday for a visit to her sister Mrs Win Blevins near Preston Bart Cassity left Tuesday for Clay West Virginia where ho will work in n sawmill wtih his brother Lte Jacob Kincaid and wife of Ow ingsville were here Friday visiting their sick brotherinlaw Mr Rn aMiss Rosa Karrick who had been visiting her grandparents at Snit Lick for several weeks has return ed home R M Crouch the railroad pro jector and allaround hustler of Indiana was here visiting his kinfolks Mrs II C MeadIWilson Wyatt about 15 years old who was making his home with his uncle Wm Wyatt on Slate took sick Monday night with fever and died Tuesday night James L Williams and son arc somo better but not out of danger yet Robert Ragan and his grand father Harrison Alexander we are sorry to say arc worse anything Miss Kitty Lane who hind been visiting in Owingsville Preston Bethel and Mt Sterling for ton days or more returned home Tuesday a week looking well pleased and happy Mrs R H Lane and two chil dren Miss Jennie and Master Jim took the train hero Tuesday for a few days visit in Mt Sterling It is her first outing since her bad spell of sickness last fall and we are glad to see her looking so well For a Good Shave ou FIRSTCLASS HAIRCUT OB SHAMPOO ao TO THE Parlor Barber Shop- In collar under Owingsville Banking- Co Special attention paid to clean lug and trimming ladles and chll Irens bnlr Work loue at your louse if desired ROBERT JOHNSON r CraiRS It looks like spring has come The farmers have gone to farming in interest James Snedegar sold a mare to Mr Denhnm for 52 Mrs Snedegar has been very poorly time vast week Isaac Toy and wife visited on Prickly Ash the guests of James Boyd and wife SundayIGeorge was the guebt of his uncle Sam Shultz one night last week Sam Shultz sold to Leo Rico of Wyoming one yearling mule colt and a last falls calf for 69 Mrs Maria Stamper and Elzy Toy visited tho family of Jack Toy near Wyoming Sunday Little Miss Alma Toy spent the past week with her sister Mrs James Sncdegar on Roes Run Mrs Chris Garner and little daughter Lottie visited Mrs ncrs parents at Craigs one lust week John Tincher wife and Ii daughter of Prickly Ashvis Ithe formers sister Mrs Will N Craig Sunday President McKinley reminds ofa missionary leaving his country to preach the gospel t heathen and plenty of heather Ifar as the gospel is concerne him While McKinli looking afar off arid planni form of government for the II inn and Philippine islands while he is so deeply interest tho n Fairs of others he has s forgot his friends in Kentuck ought to know that one liu thousand dollars in tho same hands would put the rope n his neck ns well as Governor lors but perhaps he thinks tl publicans in Kentucky aredi t chieud and he wont need the more MEDDI V t Morehead J1 Good morning have you dened any r k This capricious weather is tihardon the spring poets Rev L E Mann visited rcl at Carlisle and Paris last we The four sawmills at Fa have timber enough fora sun run 4 Rev J M Rash of Wind conducted a meeting in the tian Church last well i Ironton Ohio capitalist erecting tine brick plant a dier ten miles east of here v Miss Leah Tippctt one most popular young ladies h turned to school at Ashland The dainty and comfo shirtwaist girl will be very in evidence again this season i Dr W L Biuilield hats retjfrom Nashville where he succ in capturing n medical diplntt They do say the loyal nnd otic politicians at Frankfor pofe to fight it out on this Ii Jv takes all summer lion T B Tippett former irescntative from Bath and H r and nt present Circuit Court is ill at his home in this plate Why do so many good citl stay away from the polls andjwmi jury duty then kick like ia3teera because time country is going to the devil There was no news in this town last weekTo are not yet so smart as tho reporters for the daily press who succeed so well in mak ing news when there is none IEditor Allen has succeeded in a brass band at this place Music hath charms to soothe the savage breast and itt soothing strains can he heard hereabouts most any old time In His Steps Sheldon has al ready shown us how he thinks Jesus would conduct a daily newspaper and now the editor of a Blooming ton 111 paper has announced his intention to run his sheet an the devil would You pays your money and takes your choice SharpsburR C C Boyd and wife spent Friday nt Mt Sterling W A Peed went to Mt Sterling Saturday on business Miss Fannie Lane of Bethel was a visitor hero Saturday O B Spratt anti wife were in Mt Sterling Friday dealing Our genial friend George Styles of Judy was here Thursday John Peters of near Mt Sterling visited W II Canan TuesCay Allio Ratliff and wife woro in Mt Sterling shopping Friday A T MolFett of near Millers burg is visiting relatives here A W English and wife visited in Montgomery Co Wednesday 1tV Allen anti C W Peters were at Flomingsburg Sunday and MondayD Trumbo and wife of Beth el visited the family of S T How ard on Wednesday J R Triplett and wife visited at J C Orears near Mt Sterling Saturday and Sunday M McCann of Lexington and J W Taul of Mt Sterling made a business trip here Thursday John English of near Judy was hero Monday nnd purchased of J R Triplett a good work mule for 85 We had all sorts of weather last Friday Winter continues and feed is very scarce with time farm eraM ft Fans the prince of clever fellows and wife stopped over here Saturday from a trip to Car- lisle s t r k tt i fr frtfI Allie Young inil lbert IIolTmai and wife were hero Monday Miss Hattie Triplett began a subscription school Monday at the Gudgell Hill schoolhouse Misses Lena Howard nnd Sara Lou Triplett spent Thursday and Friday in Montgomery Co visiting relativesCant Bath Co furnish a witness to the Great Conspiracy It Frankfort nUll get some of that 100000 Win Smathcrs and wife were visiting the latters father C A FridayandSlmtt Icy of Wyoming were here Wed youngjlprivate We have a new firm now in un dertaking J F Hurst and M McCann are partners by the firm Hurst d McCz1r r r h r 4 a l aI I j 1 5 I q b rf t Ay I lgJ8J Idl 44 t 11 i J I rop tti 1t i v- i3 7 i aaj1f1a 4 i Io t4 I 1 J J 1 z J J cO i 1fJlo I t t iI Ffi jOnt o 4JIi4 IIt 5 IIt I J 4pIX it B r P rf 4 tir t 1 C C1 c2 tiiHKjiiuu Bros have put in new gaB lamp in their store J J Coyle was in town last wcel with his photograph gallery J H Maze who has ben ailing allwinter continues very weak C W Pierce L E Hunter und J A Foland of Scranton were in town Monday J II Campbell W A Whtiteomb and Richard lies wero in Owings yule Tuesday B D Walls has moved with his family to Wolfe Co where tbev will make their home Press Jackson is building a resi dence on tho lot he recently pur chased from J H Maze Mrs Jennie Hensley of Leon has been visiting her father T J Barnes for several days Parker Pierce has received tin engine for his new mill and has his factory building F11r completed C D Frederick who attending the Lexington Business College spent Saturday anti Sunday with parentsE has accepted a position with a Louisville clothing house and will represent them in Eastern Kentucky The new management of the Licking River Rnilroud has commenced repairing the road from Salt Lick to Yale and will soon have it in good condition Sam D Jones and Miss Rebecca Maupin were married at the M E Parsonage by Rev G W Howes last Wednesday March 28th They have our best wishes for a happy anti prosperous life together Bro Howes commenced protracted meeting at the Methodist Church a week ago Monday night Quarter- S meeting services were held Sat urday and Sunday by Rev F B Hill of Somerset Rev J M Rash of Winchester preached Monday night The meetings will continue through the present week RUN PIEATICAI This new news paper fad is running into extremes While Rev Sheldon conducts a Kansas paper as Jesus would have done it time editor of a northern Ohio paper announces the future policy of his paper as follows Next week we will begin running this paper as Captain Kidd would have run it Delinquent nubscrib ers may expect a call from us with their accounts stuck in the muzzle of a sixshooter Otherwise this paper will soon be running as the Sheriff would run itEx 7 r 5 w J iij i Knob Lick News scarce and work plentiful Uncle Cam Rice sold a cow t G F Green for50 I Tho farmers are very much be hind owing to wet weather Dad Withrow got an increase of pension from 10 to14 per monijlr nightforce J so much ore shipped as usual Jast weekS ifS Pinney mettlran acciSdent near here a few days since His horse turned the cart over ilbruising his hand considerably v A Mr Ceniim representing the Knoxville nursery has been mak ping quite a success selling fruit trees on tho upper Licking andSaround here I Our Sundaypchcol was well atJtertded both by scholars and visit or Sunday Charley Crosby de Ii ff1mo f firs There is a growing interest nifested in the school and wauld 1 e it to still grow Parents come 1 bringyourchildren if possible ht send them if you can bring jm 4She article in TOE OCTLOOJC ofi ent date concerning the drove of ul hogs holding on to the tail of tir leader until they were led in f suggestivefarreaching I ftrend of legislation for the last 1ly years It does not take tho Vt legal talent to answer the r stion intelligently Take up a ter anti read of men owning lV r one to a hundred million who y the legislature in one pocket tho Congress of the United tes in the other What warning the lamented Lincoln give to T people nearly 40 years ago He J the money would concentrate tho hands of a few and all of arty would be lost Today 31000 V title onto about 70000000 of 7jpleown over one unit of the alth of the nation Who is re pnsibla for our present condition ir th the Republican and the Dan r praties party The shibboleth urn the rascals out twice elect U a Democratic President and that OJ rty was for a long time in un e tined control of both execu 7e nnd legislative departments of e National Government There is no attempt to take away the L arters of the national banks nor V any manner by their repeal or f lendment change a single Repub F m legislative act by which the a and powerful few were thenPv 7 d are stilt plundering the help tintI unprotected muny Both r publicans amid Democrats ag ee 7ir til catch other in the demand that papcr money shall be redeemable metallic money a strictly bank plsn for limiting the supply of JfV Hey in the interest of money t del nail against the people t J th time Republican arid Dem ratio parties agree with each 4Iurs by tifjim ruling that the Fed allfttemulated by Rockefeller the 1 Mdent of the Standard Oil trust r I 4 urgedJrrIe thnt the railroads of the 1Cjjn the present iniquitous anti quated and monstrously unjust plan of private ownership and con trol by Interstate Commerce Commission These tire only a few of time blessings the people arc get ting by hanging on to the blind hogs tail landed into the slaughter imoueFand packed suited and sold by ono of the most gigantic trusts in exis tence Armour and Carnegie in comparison pale before it It is your liberties of following this blind hog plan has fastened this gigantic trust on you COXT1XCED OS FIRST PAGE Commissioners Sale BATh CIRCUIT COURT Edna Siren Ac Plaintiffs vs NoUceofBal- eRub UatllfrAo Defendants By virtue of a Judgment rendered by tbe above named Court a t its February term aloe In tile abovestyled case the under slgnedwtiionpMONDAY APRIL 9th 1900 Between the hours of 13 oclock m and toclock p moo at the Courthouse door In Owlngsvllle Ky sell at public outcry to the highest bidder an undivided onetenthSInterest In a tract of and lying In Bath county Ky on Little hat Creek and de scribed as follows Beginning at a stone corner with Let Cannon thence N 4SJJ W 2010 poles to a stone corner with same thence S 81 W mss pole to a beech tree corner with same and Vllllnm Hawkins thence 8 1 W 1OM pollS to a stone corner with Hawkins thence S 51tV 43 poles to a tone corner with same thence X 57 f W 1348 poles to n stone corner with same thencoX B 1372 poles to a stone corner with same thence X S8JJ 4i80 poles to stone on the west side of the pike corner with same and In Rebecca Hawkins line thence B 17 W 380 poles to an elm corner with Rebecca Hawkins and Ches IvCan nousholrs thence S70JJE 1512 poles to a set stone corner with said heirs thence B H k W J72S poles to a corner post corner with same and Francis Vice thence B 86 E t54 poles to a post corner with Vice thence S 76 B poles to a set stone corner with isame thence S E 07 poles to an angle of a stone fence on the south side of said fence corner with same thence S 25 E 2tS8 poles ton small black walnut corner with same thence N 71 E SS poles to a small black walnut corner with same thence JI 41Ji E 420 poles to a stone corner with same and Albert Youngs heirs thence N 49 C J01S poles to a set stone In said heirs line and corner with T nVice thence N 40 41 WSS poles ton stone in T B Vices heirm and corner with Lee Cannon thence S 43 W 8CS poles to a stake corner Tflth Lee Can non thence S 14 w 3SO poles to a stone corner with same thence 8 32 W SJ11 poles to the beginning containing 02 acres and 1 tTtleof Edna E Myers Lulu F Hnugbey Ruth 1 Ratliff Nannie Mllllnma Aitkcn Williams and Orin Jlyers- SafeTwlUbe 1tfr made upon a credit of sis months Tho purchaser will b required to ftiaxecuti bond with good security for the purchase price bearing 6 Internet per an num fr m date of sale until paid and having tthe forctt and egret of judgment Thepnr iha erwl take nnd own the property from late of bis purchase ttGC KWINGCommlsdoncr i W Goodpaster Atty for riulntiffa T