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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y d Jv1rTr 1r lfiUWt v F V eO g LI a d r br gtt1int1illt utioak VOL XX I OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 19 1900 NO Q 1When you have a news j item or wish to communi OUTIoOK1om 1 Your accounts are due We ex pect you to conic and settle at once GAULT WELLS k Co The grip has again appeared in town and country Swarms of chimney swallows made their appearance Sund- ayWAnA small cooking stove not to costover f3 or 4 Apply at this olllce No good catches of fish have yet- been made in the local streams i Spring chickens are later than 2 usual maturing for the frying pan- E C Penny Dentist located over J M Richarts store Office hours8tol2amlto5pm Fon SALEA purebred 175lb Poland China hoar cheap- C W HONAKEB SR Born April 10th to Newton Caesity and wife on Salt Well a boy Easter Sunday was as fine and bright a spring day as the most exacting could desire Vulcan is the best Chilled Plow JfKt points always fit Every plowJ warranted by Eugene Minihan eFoi SALE CUEAiA ladys end die good as new Apply at THE OUTLOOK office x Wild ducks were numerous on Slate Creek last week and several messes were bagged by the sportsmen Garnett Armitngc in jail under indictment on the charge of killing John Igo was released on bail last Friday Oliver Plow Points at the old price Vulcan and Brinly Points heap EUGENE MINIIIAN contractors are putting the CThe touches on the new resil I of Lee DJ3rother and Elder Rosa IThe largct stock lowest prices ntul the bet Breech ing Check Lines eteJ9tf ECOENE hNIUANt it Jo Turley of M t Sterling bought ero Tuesday 200 bogs from delit i Ewing und 84 from Col II llcrr t Ewing to be delivered the first teno V days in May at 5 pr hundred They will average a little over f 200 Ibsa If you hive never bad ont of the 1 Btallion J S Browns colts consult y1 parties that have for size style Jlndllclion DnGWCoxXEU DIED David Craig brother of the late John and Joshua Craig died at Trinity Lewis Co April llth after a sickness of four daysLi so his granddaughter wrote to hera cousin John J Coyle Deceased was aged 75 years was n native of k this county and the last survivor of his fathers family His wife is f n daughter of Elder John Doyle i They were married fiftythree years t ago She and eleven children sur vive THE OUTLOOK extends sym pathy to the family Go to Mrs Eetille and see bow cheap you can buy for cash Can save you money on everyarticle you buygI have to Dimity and all kinds of White cGlloda The very latest in style c and at reasonable prices an MRS ESTILL 7MutRIGEELOPExEnSaturday 1 night Mr Walker Horseman son of J W Horseman Jr of Wash ington Branch and Miss Clio Wil g llama daughter of Jog A Wil Hams of Forge Hill eloped to r Naysville and were married They are model young people We pre sums there was no parental objec tion and the young people con eluded they would rather face re strangers than home people They t are both of good parentage and of both nice young people Ton OCTtI LOOK certainly does congratulate this young couple their shadows never grow lel5aCed Save money by getting the bestnl The Malta and the Double Shovels4 Plows EUGENE MIKIBAK t Ax OFFER If you want all the news local and foreign a daily and two weekly papers send us six dol Jars and you will receive for one year The morning Herald of Lex t ington The Kentucky Stock Farm and TOE OUTLOOKC4 FABU aND CBOP NOTES The heavy freezes probably killed most S of the clover sown this spring The town butchers have difficul ty in finding cattle fat enough to slaughterTcity markets last week There is a chance for them to reach 6 tiIgrass and wheat to rapid growth but have balked the farmers who I were ready to plant corn Many growers think they have or tobacco plants up but it is too Itt early yet to tell whether they are of 4 tobacco or weeds 0 The rain stopped gardenmaking 1wbhth was in good headway y There is a fair bloom on the r peach plum and cherry troes but 1 the apple bloom has not appearedK ret i I r tfJa1 04i j4qpr lr cJ 1 Mr I L r oJ ttI r IJr IJi i7 1 a r J l 1 34 dZ s FOR THE LADIES Neat Nobby und New is the line of SILKS DIMITIES PIQUES ORGANDIEK FABRIOSMISSAn experienced Dressmaker has charge of this department and will take pleasure in showing you how to make them up in thenewest styles FOR THE MEN Our completeWeWE LEAD IN CARPETS RUGS ANB LACE CURTAINS COODPASTER COONS c COMPANY OWINCSVILLE KY The noted stallion J S Brown will make the season of 1900 at the frame barn on upper Prickly Ash The get of this horse bring tin biggest prices You will make ni mistake ifou breed to this celebrated stallionDu G W COXNER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET By George R Snyder of the Stem Tobacco Warehouse CoApril 13 1900The market this week generally satisfactory to shippers In a break of 70 hhde on Wednesday and in a break of 50 hhds or Thursday wo rejected but few hhds Tho prices are a few bids stronger on the colory flyings and trashes These grades are scarce and selling high Common and medium icc grades are higher than they were last week Good to fine smooth leaf is selling well and the greater portion of the offerings tills week have been of the common and medium grades The general tendency of the market is stronger as receipts are very light and sales continue large this week A MovzOn the first day of May will movo my Barber Shop to room next door to harris meat store Come to see me Yours C P MANN REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION CALL Louisville Ky April 1- 01900By order of the State Cen ral Committee this day assembled is directed that a State conven Ifl of delegated representatives licRcpublicun party tc held in the ity of Louisville fur the purpose f electing four delegates and four alternating delegates to the Repub iran National Convention at lliil- deipliza Penn on June 19 1900 and for the transaction of such other business as may properly como before it and that said con ention shall assemble at 2oclock on Thursday May 17 1900 The Republican electors of the State and nil other electors without regard to past political affilia ons who believe in civil liberty r= cordially invited to unite under tins cull in the selection of dele gates to this convention It shall also be the dsty of the State convention to nominate two electors from State at large to bo voted for at the Presidential elec tion Tuesday November 6 1900 The Congressional district dele gates shall be elected by conven tions called by the committees of each district In the manner of nominating the candidate for Con resa in raid district each Con ressional district will be entitled two delegates and two alternate delegates Said Congressional dis trict convention will also nominate elector to be voted for at the Presidential election November 6 900 The basis of representation in said convention shall be ono dele ate for every 100 votes cast for Mr McKinley for President at the November election in 1896 and one delegate for every fraction over 50 votes cast The Chairmen of the various county committees arc heroby di cted to issue a call for conven tions or primaries for the selection delegates to attend said conven ons which conventions or pri maries shall be held at some con venient place in the county Tho will cause to be publisht and shall give at least ten days otice of the manner of selecting delegates except that the Chairman of the State Central Committee Mr C M Barnett and the Secretary thereof Mr K J Hampton together with Mr N C Cureton bo and are hereby ap pointed a special committee toI have full charge and control of the lection of delegates to the district for the Fifth Congressional s district also delegates to the tate convention from Jefferson county also the seloction of county committeemen and precinct com aitteemen for Jefferson county fore ensQing term of four years he said special committees shall have powers to determine the- emethod by which the above selec on shall be made and shall ap- tpoint the proper officers to conduct the pame They shall receive the returns from the primary elections the mass conventions as the case may be and issue certificates election to the persons receiving the majority of votes and such certificates of election shall be prima facie evidence of the elec tion of such delegates and commit teemen C M BAKNETT Chairman J IIAIIPTON Secretary rh b Why is it that one of the get o f J S Drown sold in the fall of 189 9 for 280 when so many horses bred by other stallions sold for less thar 100 Simply because the get of J S Brown have tho size style shape Du G W CONNER LOUISVILLE RACES Beginning on Derby Day May 3 one of th greatest race meetings ever held ii faSnious race course stakes including the Kentucky rnnIe crack horses in the country arc en gaged in these stakes including Brightiship Kentucky Farmer Cleora Anna Bain Streamer Ways sat Means Flaunt Avenstoko The Rush F W Brode The Lady ii lImo Cambrian und many others Nearly 1000 horses are now quar insuringlllrgoThere will be five or more races each day with liberal added money All the railroads have put on cheap excursion rate the round trip from Owingsvillc being only one fare This also includes ad mission to the grund StolId each railroad ticket luving n coupon at tached which can be exchanged for a badge at the gate The Derby will be run on tho opening day Thursday May 3 and will be followed by thu Debu tante Stakes Turf Congress Han dicap Hintgrass Stakes Clark Stakes Mademoiselle Stakes Flir Stakes Wennniih Stake Premier Stakes Juvenile Stakes and Ken tucky Osks in the order named These are the biggest turf events run in the West On Saturdny Mny 12 the Gentlemens Cup race will be run THE WORST The following sent lya good friend has the particular merit of being so bad that it is really good Bernice La April 8 1000 POETRY COMPOSKD 11Y A 1KISND My name its Jack Donaldson My name Ill never deny Althoe I am workingon a Rail Road In Louisanna I loft Oklahoma In the spring of C9 Bound for tho Arkansas Southern That great and noted liner landed in old Arkinsaw That godforsaken state and told Jo Drake right hero Ill make My stake now boys of all the Rail Roades in my lifo I over saw- n was tho Arkansaw Southern In tho state of Arkansaw Capt Henderson was our gonarl Manager as all you boys do know And whatever ho said it had to go Now ho sent me to a Station Down on that noted lino I think They call it Lillie If I have my Right mind- I boarded with a cornfield sailor His name it will not RhymoIFor ho fed mo on corn dodger And pieces of bacon rind also Pot liekor and turnip greensIWhich was not bard to findIEspeclaly on the Arkansaw Southern LineIMAJOR ALLENS LETTERFrankI S Allen the Snarpsburg banker recently received the following letIer from his brother Major Henry T Allen Military Governor of onoj of the Philippine Islands Mr AIIlen sent it with a copy of an oIl cial report of Major Allens and a letter in Spanish containing the signature of the distinguished Fil ipino insurgent Brigadier General Lukban Military Governor of Sn and Leyte up to Judge C W Goodpastcr for his perusal and wcI are indebted to him for tho courte y of publicationIMajor Allens letter is on the stamped paper of tho insurgent government and is as followsI Catbalogan Samar Feb 13th 1900Dear Frank Many things of inter at have happened since I last wrote since which time I have been oo busy to write any letters We arrived hero on the 27thand had quite a SCRAP with Gen Luk ban while fighting the fire that he had applied to this town We bu ed five of his men his forces killed one of mine and wounded four We pursued him into tho fastnesses of the mountains and have been chasing his bands nearly over since He burned about one third of the best part of this town of about 8000 people Every native has F3iI J 1i7 j disappeared On tho 29th with as many men as could bo spared from guarding tho town I made for his strong hold in tho mountainscalled Mod cstranza To reach it wo waded a great part of tho way up a rIver and then climbed ladders at three different places It was deserted YigorousIs that hud been taken from these people We captured moro than 1000 Ibs of Mexican silver 18 000 and alisorts of arras etc in eluding 14 brass field cannon that were firing at us Matters arc again resuming calm situation and most of tho peo pIe are again back in their nnd towns With about 55 men thoIrather poor trails Many of my 1men fell out completely done up Tomorrow I send out three ex peditions one to cross the Island to time East coast The mayors of the various towns are now coming in to report for orders This peo- plc is far from being savage Tlme arc not only intelligent but have a considerable degree of refinement There is not u road in the Island and time trails mire not worthy of the name The guns of tho Nashville nnd Helena flitted us very materially Many of tho insurgent ollicprs have come ill and all of the criil Tune tionaries Gen Kobhe nm ngother things reported to General Otis Allens men have achieved excellent results due exclusively to him That was not merited though vobbc was awfully well pleased with what ho did The adjustment of tho civil nilj ministration tho development flfI tho Island the mapping of the sonic the preservation of order etc will require considerable time and attention We received a sack of muiltho first word since baying Manila Nothing was luttrtthan Dec 17th There was lag however from you Wiborg Atilt each wrote President McKin Icy in my behalf in relation to ap jointraent in tIme A Gcorps Major Hoyt Sherman also wrote Hull Wilt is Chairman of the Mili tary Committee of the House ram now installed in the insur gent public buildings As you see this paper belonged to the insurgentP government I have Spanish dollars for tho person of General Lukban Will send you a later a copy of an official report just made to Genl Kobbc some photographs of this place and a captured Filipino flagSHemp woods are tho chief products of this town I am just rending up an officer to Manila to purchase stores and supplies for the officers mess hero and the Post Exchange canteen It is difficult to say how long I will be out here but should I be given the entire admin istration of this Island of aboutM 225000 people it will take crable time and hard work to carry out a successful policy The launch is now being held on account of this letter so I must close All mail must still bo sent to Manila I am making strong effort to secure a good steam launch for my needs here My health remains excellent My command has about 20 sick with malaria and in testinal trouble but none seriously Love to all HAL NEW STILE The young people b of Kentucky who indulge in the dizzy waltz will hear with interesta that the heads of Washington anda New York society have decided that sitting out a waltz next winter will be more fashionable than dancing Tho sitting waltz embodies tho same position as dancing the only difference is sit instead of dance Tho manstl right arm is around the girls waist while his left hand holds her e right Her loft hand is placed on his shoulder while her head rests lovinglyupon his bosom nnd all they do is to listen to tho music Now that is something like it We have always regarded it as a kind of nuisance to havo to gallopC mile or two A room full sitting around on sofas hugging to music is moro to our notion This will give the old rheumaticky breth ren another chance to waltz Most O men waltz not for the dane but for the position and while a man may lose his appetite for dancingm ho has got to get pretty ho loses his appetite for hugging a pretty girJUelllth Resort a ELEVEN PICTURES AND A PHOTO CoylelImototown to take groups if desired Will be here n short time only Over J 11 Richnrts store- PERSONAL Will Saunders of Sharpsburg t was in town Tuesday John McCunc of Carlisle va in town Thursday on business Paul and Gano Gault were ii Mt Sterling Friday on business aWm Ely spent Sunday and Monday with his family at Lexington SaturdayICharley Parker of Montgomery Co was a guest of Will Stout Fri dayS B Gorrell and Joe Wood of Sharpsburg were in town Saturday Mr and Mrs John Scott moved toIJ II Berry of Joncsville Va was a visitor in town Saturday and Sunday Will Stout spent from Saturday until Mnndny in Winchester andi LexingtonGbcumiELerry has taken a position flanking CoIC W Ilonaker Jr thought heI was cured rheumatism but had a relapse the past weeklMrs Dr G W Conner and littlec returned Tuesday from a visitc relatives in Winchester Mr and Mrs Ewcll Payne of Stepstono came Saturday to visit Mr and Mrs C W Tipton Attorney II STood and Harry of Hoffman of Mt Sterling were in own Tuesday on businesscMiss Elizabeth Moore left Tues day to spend the week with her parents near Olympian Springs of Mr and Mrs E S Tirel and little daughter of near Sharpsburg isited Mrs M A Kountz Sunday r P Miss Lynda Gormley of Richp mond came several days ago in her uncle Wm Blevins on eeled OakpMisses and Stout isresister Mrs Jno W Wilson near Mt Sterling a Miss Marguerite Reeves spent and Sunday with the we family of her brother W S Reeves in Mt SterlingaMrs W R Scott and Mrs Ma son Talbott of North Middletown to visited Mr and Mrs C C Hazel rigg Saturdayal imMrr and Mrs W L Killpatrick oft Sterling spent Easter with the family of W II Daughertya Rev R A Walton came in Tuestl day after an evangelistic tour through New York Pennsylvania Illinois Indiana and other States Little Fowler Davidson of Gate City Va is visiting the family of his grandfather W L Stout near towncFad is a bright little fel of low and is a favorite with everyone Miss Sadie Nolcini who had coeenMisses Bettie and Laura Withers a latturned to her home at Winchester n last weekedMr and Mrs James Moore son Richhrd and little daughter Ethel havo moved to the neighborhood of b ime Olympian Springs to live with and take care of Mr Moores futh r Elder James Moore who is eigbw tyodd years old Misses Olga and Lizzie and brother Turner will still 9 occupy the house where they have been livingIlELECTROPOISEures all diseases without the use ofpi mcdiciue A pure Oxygen ofby absorption It cures where every thing else fails It will cure every weakness or ailment to tho most persistent chronic disease nnd with to- Ut the use of medicine Lawyers Doctors Preachers Supreme Judges Editors etc even Crowned Heads f Europe have given written icon moniuls of these facts Testimonials with t of Instruments frmo TIlElELECTROFOISE CO 513 Louisville Ky I I Kentucky Crop Report Condition of Crops and Live Stock April 1st 19OO WHEAT The average condition of the wheat crop compared with normal Ion April lt is 00 which is 11 above tho average for the past four years and one point below the condition on date of last reportIn western section time condi 11tion is 93 in the central it is 97 and in the southeastern it is 99 This is n falling off during the month with the exception of the southeastern section which shows an improvement in condition The crop was subjected to some severe tests during March by tho low temperature prevailing during the early portion of the monthand the frequent freezing and thawing later Time ill effects were mainly shown in late wheat and wheat on land imperfectly drained Early thoughIwere appears to have suffered no permanent in jury Apprehension is still felt in some sections of future injury by fly arid some reports of recent injury from this insect are received probability of tho fly workI ing injury at this season is so remote that we are inclined to the opinion that the injury mentioned is traceable to some other cause The mostdistinctive feature ofIime reports is the very low condi prinipahlyCampbell and Kenton The runs as loW as 50 in the of Boone and Gullatin 67 in Campbell and 75 in Kenton OArs Little progress had been made in ont seeding to April 1st The reage is estimated at 96 per the acreage of 1899 A ncj f counties report a largely but on 11thedecrease in the State for a numberjyears past OTHER CROPSu 1ushedthe extreme western section of tho Stato some corn lanted Indications estimateI increased acreage but no attempted at this date Preparations are on foot for a large acreage of tobacco and with favorable season at setting time und a plentiful supply of plants may expect this crop to be a record breaker in point of acre iandgrowth are in fair condition Clover was badly winterkilled pastures and meadows show mjury from sudden changes and for 54wSHEEP AND LAMBS The crop of spring lambs is near n average one notwithstanding e frequent cold snaps and such cold wet weather occurring at the time when the maximum loss hes might have been sustained The high price of lambs has induced In farmers to provide better shelter ub for their flocks and tbo loss was mitigated to some extent by reason this fact Feed is scarce pas tures are in poor condition and as how to keep lambs in a thrifty ndition till the grazing season is as serious question now with Hock owners Tho number of spring sure mbs living is 96 per cent of the- umber fr of average years A loss H 4 per cent of sheep was sustain hi from dogs during the past weekne FUUIT PROSPECTS Oh Developments so fur show fruit thuds in good condition although out number of correspondents consider it peaches killed Many peach trees the ere either killed outright by time pain cold weather of time winter of 1S98 or have since died from injury sustained then It is also true that considerable percentage of peach buds was killed by the cold weath of last winter but If more likely an otherwise Unit this loss will rove a benefit by ridding the trees surplus fruit Fruit trees have borne scant crops for the past few years nnd should be in condition give excellent results with a fatuvorable season Present prospects as compared with the prospect on this date of normal years are for Apples 94 be- eachcs 70 Pears 82 Cherrine Grapes 91 Strawberries 92- v6 FARMERSI AM PREPARED TO FURNISH YOU THE BEST PLOWS AT THE LOWEST PRICES PLOWThoHALLS is the best HILLSIDE PLOW PLOWIPlows Gearing Wagon Breeching Check Lines Col lars Hames Chains Collar Pads c c BESTMy and tile best I am yours for tile best Saddles and Harness EUGENE MINIHAN OwnfGSvnLE KY lyers Kincaid SUCCESSORS TO S P ATCHISONt FRUITSIn C Agents for Old Barton Whiskies and Fine Wines Cor Main Jefferson Sis Phwie 8 PAXTONAND DENTON SUCCESSORS TO PAXTON SON UNDERTAKERS dealers in- FURNITURE j f I f MASONIC BlBG OWINGSVILI PALMER Ie COONS rSUCCESSORS TO LIGHTFOOT SHROUT J WILL DO YOUR 1j BLACKSMITHINC AND REPAIRING fAT R0CKB0TT0M PRICES rt All Work Guaranteed Give Them a CaI1vr PRESIDENTIAL t 1ELECTION YEAR And you want the news You afso want jthisi three months You can secure THE MORNING HERALD Of Lexington Ky the great paper of the Blue Grass r THE KY STOCK FARM 4Of Lexington Ky the leading Trotting Horse Paper of the Country and The OutlooRfFOR ONE YEAR FOR f SIX DOLLARS iPricei Price of The Outlook alone 100 7 f LALL FOR SIX DOLLARSJ c r Prospects on this date of 1899 were Apples 82 Peaches 0 Pears Cherrie 49 Grapes 75 Strawberries 84 J W TIIROCKMOIITOX Commissioner of Agriculture TOE COUNTY CANDIDATE Oh a jolly fellow and full of vain conceits and sees a bosom friend every man he meets Ho asks out your family your horses and your hogs and shows a friendly interest in the children and the dogs Oh hes a jolly gentleman gamesome as a lamb as lithesome as a meadow lark as happy a claw His prospects are the brightest and his chanccs they are and he spends his money eelyand helps the needy poor e goes to church on Sunday ands quiet traits appear but when cessary he will set up the leer hes a sanguine buoyant duck e jocund candidate he starts early in the morn and stays till is late Ills patient wife unlocks door and red with look of she says You neednt lie tome your legs been pullet again Ex SPRING 1900 TREESI PLANTS VINES Everything for orchard lawn anti rden Time stock in Ken cky of Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape vines Strawberry plants Asparagus Rhubarb and goods or dinarily grown in such an establishment Goneral Nursery and Straw rry catalogues to bo bad on appli cation to H F HinLBNMEYKB Lexington Ky s HARPER Whisky is liquid music bottled poetry ripe mellow refresh lug and delicious Sold by J W iLane Owinspjville Ky Lt We Want Your Name 0uncIout 1C large pages on trial six r WatchesGunsTIlE 1ASTiitn Co Louisville Ky r jdealngssUrr sod ea raid irrit The ratECTKECOJU mitnaago 1M C O RAILWAY TIJIECAKD EFFECTIVE OCT S iss 4 K press Trains for Loalsyllle Lexington Cincinnati Washington New York and Eastern Cities TIME or TRAINS AT PBESTOX STATIOJC EASTBOUND Noi45liamNo2i2ZSpmNo2iocap WISTBOCXD No21Nom41UpmNo i34pm Dally except Sunday All others dally For Information regarding rates sleep lag car reservations cull on or aCdresi Agent C A O Railway 1reston Station ow BAuzT CBRtc Z4 rcLexingtonc The Outlooks advertising rate in proportion to its circulation is the lowest of any paper in the State Get our terms and judge for yourself 4 d tJiJfoLr5 tiJ 4 1 2 4i OwInOSVIll6 Outlook OUTLOOK rCBLlSHING CO Publisher VW1XGSVILLE KENTUCKY 1oAN AIRCASTLEh I built a bouse In my youthful dream In a sunny and pleasant nook Where I might listen the whole day long I To the voice of the gurgling brook A cottage with wide and airy roomseAnd broad and shining floors A houcr with the hidden charms or home Ithefreedom outofdoors t 1 Pair morningglories climb and t loom 2 At will by the eastern caves And on the doorstep and window sill The roses shake their leaves And fair oldfashioned lilacs tons Their purple plumage high While honeysuckle drop their sweets On every passerby Hon at the end of a pleasant path Is a group ot evergrecn trees Ilne and hemlock and sprnee and fir With their vpicy rtagrjneesmAnd sweetest That mortal ever saw Under a lowlKuishnl apple tree Is a beehive made of straw I have pictured i all a hundred times bIshall do It a hundred mere r Hut never shall own the pleasant home I With the roses over the door IevCra drenm of mine came true lit I Fates unbending lawtI never shall see the apple tree Nor the beehive made of straw But t in the airy realm of tireamst1 Where all my riches bet1 enter In to the Which Is else denied to met 1 have but to close my eyes to find F My Eden without a flawhjThehome the garden 1 the beehive made of straw u Elizabeth Akcn Allen In Elliotts Mag t eazlne ft A iiirrmo story oj jffly Life in TKc fVifippmcsL- Copyricht i igq ty F Tennyson Neely CHAPTIU vii Hilly Gray was indeed iu elose ar 4 rest and the grim prophecy was ful filled Col Canker was proving any thing hut n guardian angel to hint The l whole regiment officers and men liar ring only the commander was practi rally in mourning with sorrow for him and chagrin over Its own discomfiture cot only one important prisoner was s gone but tWQ not only two but four No man in authority was able to say just when of how it happened for it was Cankers own order that the Iris 9otiersshoud not be paraded when the guard fell in at night They were here at tattoo anti at taps all right The of 4Ileerof the guard taid several soldiers fr bad quite a long talk with one of the prisoners young Morton just after tattoo at which time the entire guard had been inspected by the commanding officer Hut at reveille four most im portant prisoners were gone and such was Cankers wrath that not only was iiray in arrest but the sergeant of the c guard also while the thrve luckless men who were successively posted as sentries during the nigbt at the backof i the wooden shell that served asa guard L house were now in close confinement in the place of the escaped quartette Yet those three Were men who had hitherto been nboVe suspicion and there were few soldiers in the regiment who would accept the theory that any one of the three hind connived at the es cape As fjr the sergeant lie had served four enlistments in the tecnth and without a flaw in hisTccord beyond qtinoccasional aberration in the now distant past due to the potency of the poteen distilled by certain Hibernian experts not far from an oldtime plains fort ivhcrc the regiment hind rested on its march cross continent As for the officersbut who vvonld suppose an ollicer guilty of anything of the kind 1 a flagrant r crime And yet iimetigot to askiniIalh other if it were 4 Hugcr Cnrran hail carried a S ltnote front the prisoner Morton to Mr Gray about 23a that afternoon And what was title about Grays having urged Brooke to swap tours with him lI a an hour later and what was that story l the headquarter clerks were telling iabout Mr Grays coming to the adju and begging to be allowed In- imarchon that evening instead of Hrooke It wasnt long before these rumors somehow got to Cankers cars and Canker seemed to grow as big v gain he fairly swelled with indigna 43alion at thought of such turpitude on Vripartofan officer Then he sent for Gray s5 it was the afternoon following the railing of the ships with the big brigade and with pain aud bewilderment and t indignation in his brave blue eyes the youngster came and stood beiorc his i stern superior Gordon who sent tic ruesvage and who hail heard Cankers denunciatory remarks had found time 10 scribble a word or two Admit iiothing say nothing do nothing but bold your tongue and temper If C insists enanswers say you decline cx I fept in presence of your legal adviser Co there Iii a scene in the command ers tent that afternoon The morning- S lad 11Ot teen without its joys Along tl out ten oclock as Gray sat writing 10 his father in his little canvas home Le heard a voice that sent the blood leaping through his veins and filled lilt eyes with light Springing from his campstool and capsizing it as he did r fo ho yoked Jilt curly head from the entrance of the tent and there she was only a dozen feet v sway Maj Lane in courteous at- tendancei Mr Prime sadly following fond Miss lrime quite content with the devotions of Capt Schuyler Only a t1j t dozen feet away and coming straight to 2himwith frank smiles and sympathy her kind and winsome face with i land outstretched the moment she 1 caught sight of him We wanted to come when we heard of it yesterday Mr Gray said Amy Lawrence but it was dark when we got back from see log the fleet off and uncle was too tired t in the evening Indeed we are all very iLterysorry And poor Billy never heard or cared what the others said so fabsoibcd was be b drinking in her gen I and gazing into liersoftdarlI 4 eto wonder he to release her hand That brief visit 4s filled with sweetness and sunshine ugbt to have been a blessing to him r 4ztillday long but Canker caught sight cf the damsels as they walked away on the armsof the attendant cavaliers 4 Shiss Lawrence more tItan once smiling track at the incarcerated Billy and Canker demanded to be informed wInf theywereand where they had been and I Gordon answered they were Miss Law ht rence of Santa Anita and Miss Prime of New York art be reckoned they must have been in to condole with Mr q jrGraywhereat Canker snarled that LIS3i mount to disrespect to the commander t iSy iifr r1i sr iV It was ninrtclotis how tuhny things in Canker ryes wore disrespect ful So lie heart these stories with eager oars nnl scut fur iniy and thought to bully him into an ndinitHoii iimiiifrs ioft hut UordouV words lundst the little follow to the extent f braving Conkers anger nrl telling int be hid said all lie proposed to av when the colonel called him up the previous tiny TIll result of that was his being placed in close arrest and in orated that be should be tried by gen ra courtmartial at once So be had taken counsel as was huitight and counsel forbade his committing him self in iniy way Then you refuse to divulge the eon tents of that note ami to say why you were o eager to go on guard out of your turn wild 1iinkcr raeularly That in itself is MilVicicnt to toiit lace any fairminded court of your guilt sit Whereat Cordon winked at Hilly and put lab tongue in bis check mill Hilly stood tattle until ordered itli much asperity in go back to his tent Hilt here t ere other ii tug a that might n1Iu flit a ule ulIiltillgU court of the guilt of Lieut iniy mill poor Hilly contemplated them with sinking hurt Taking prompt ad vantage of his position as officer of the guard be bad caused the young pris oner to lit brought outside the guard house and us a heavy dripping fog had ciimc on the lags of the night wind iliiig in front the sea be had led the to the sheltered suit uhieh hap pened to be till darkest out of the rude little building nail had there bidden int tell his story Hut Morton glanced neasilyat a sentry who followed close md was hoxcring suspiciously about 1 cannot talk about the affair with that fellow spying he said with nn eager plea in his tone UII111I sign of the hand that tiniy well knew and quickly recognied Keep around In front Ill be responsible for this prisoner were his orders mill almost reluctant ly tIn man left He was a veteran sol dier and his manner impressed the lieutenant with a vague tense of trouble Twice the sentry glanced back and hesitated us though some thing were nn his mind that he must tell hut finally he disappeared and kept out of the way during the brief inter view that immediately followed The ptisMiier eagerly excitedly began bis explanation swiftly banishingany Jill gering doubts Gray might have enter tained as to his innocence Rut be lund coniC from a stoveheated guard room into the cold sea wind of the 1acilic into tIlt floating wisps of vapor that sent chill to the marrow He was far too Jightly emil for that climate mill presently lie began to shiver You arc eoklaid ray pityingly Havu you no overcoat Its at my t nllnIlpreltll to spend this night lucre Ive been be fore the summary court fluted for ab settee and thought that would end it but instead of that Im a prisoner and the nina who should be here is stalking about camp planning more robberies Yet Id rather associate with the very worst of deserters or dent beats in side there awl tin dark eyes glanced almost in horror the blonder figure slicok with umninglcd repulsion and ehiullthiztn with that smoothtongued sneak end liar Theres no crime too mean for him to commit Mr Cray and the men are beginning to know it though the colonel wont Ior Gods sake get me out of this before morn ingnll again the violent tremor shok the lad from head to foot Here get inside said Gray im pulsively 111 sec the adjutant at once raid return to you in a few minutes If you have to remain until the ma tier can be investigated by the general it might bell vouhl lit vehemently inter rupted Morton then breaking ofT short as though sit loss fur descriptiveneis of suflicient strength lie He to swell with iasioii as he clinched his fist sand fairly stood upon his toes an instant liLt strong white teeth grinding together It would be simply hell he burst in again hoarse lId quivering It would ruin everything Cant the gen eral give the order tonight be asked with intense eagerness while the young ollicer taking himby the aria had led him again to the light of the guardhouse lamps at the front The sergeant and a group of soldiers straightened up and faced them listen Ing curiously It may be even impossible to secthc general answered ray doubtfully fIThe norniug will U too late Take Morton into the guardroom till I get back sergeant and let him warm himself thoroughly lont putt him with the prisoners till I return and so saying lIe hastened away Cordon his friend and adviser had left camp and gone isitiug over in the other din sion The lights at genenil headquar ters were turned low Kvcn now after having hearth proofs of the innocence of the licensed soldier Gray knew that it was useless to appeal to the colonel lIe could not understand however the feverish almost insane impatience of the lad for immediate release Another day ought not to make sn great a dif ference What could be the reason if it were not that though innocent or the robbery of tIme storehouse or of complicity in the sale of stolen goods some other crime lay at lila door which the morrow might disclose All the loyalty of a Delta Sig was stretched to the snapping point as Gray paused ir resolute in front of the adjutants tent his quest there unsuccessful sergeant major and a sorely badgered clerk were working late over some regimental papers things that Mor ton wroteout easily and accurately- I suppose sir its no use asking to have the prisoner sent up here under guard said that jewel of a noncom missioned officer Yet the colonel will be saVagc if these papers aint ready It will take us all night as things are going Gray shook bis curly head Go ask if you like but Mortons in no shape to help you Has he been drinking sir said the sergeant major in surprise I never knew him Oh it isnt that said Gray hastily only hes hes gotother matters at bin mind Bring me his overcoat II said it was in his tent till the young ollicer jerked his hmeadttlie patch of 1y 1r tfj1 jI e iv J ifY W1 T 1 Hlllc A tents lined tip tn the rear oi those of the officers ilt Mortons overcoat and tale it to him at the guardhouse snapped the staff sergeant to the clerk He spry now aud no stopping on the way had he added well aware how much in need his assistant stood of creature comfort iif some surreptitious ami for bidden kind The man was Vick in a moment the coat rolled on his arm Ill take it said Cray simply You neednt come So on with it ordered the ser geant till soldier hesitated Dye lie service has gone to till lhilmill officers lire runt IIi it errands for enlist ed men An get hal inside two min utes loo lit added with portent in liLt tone The subaltern of hardly two months service fell the implied rebuke of the soldier of over years and meekly accepted till amendment but a thought occurred to him He hind promised luiI nut pipcr envelopes mid stamps and the days newspapers the lad seemed strangely eager to get all the latter and vaguely Hilly venue iii Itnl Imillg hlunl IhatI11Ir lUlIShl i red giving papers a prisoners as equivalent to aid and comfort to the enemy Take it liv way of my tent said he as they 1lril and once there it took lime In find things lo back to the sergeant major and tell him Isent you said Gray after another tolunhI lie needs you on those paper And when till officer of till guard returned to the guardhouse and went in to the prisoner the sergeant saw and other saw that rolled in the soldiers overcoat be carried on his aria ii mir II bundle done np in news paper Moreover a scrap of conver sation was overheard Theres no one at till general said the officer SOl m way fIh inV it before morning My Cod lieutenant There must be some itayout of it The morning will be too late Then Ill do what can for you to nhglutsaid Mr Gray as he turned anti hurriedly left tIll guardroom a doen uncut standing sliffjy about the walls and doorway and staring with impassive faces straight to the front Again the young officer lund left the post of the guard and gone up into camp while far and near through the dim fogswept aisles of a score ol camps the highs and trumpets were wailing time signal for lights out and shaiiovvy forms with coat collars turned up about the cars or capes muf fled around the neck Kcttrried about the company streets ordering laughter and talk to cease A covered carriage was standing II the curb onUidc the officers gate and the sentry there posted remembered that the officer ol the guard came hurrying out and asked the driver if he was engaged Im waiting for the major was the amiststrVcll where can one order a car riage tonight without going clear to town inquired iniy 1 want one that jti wish to order one at once And till driver who knew very well there were several places where car riages could be hind preferred loyalty to hit own particular stable away iu town and so declared there was none You can telephone there if you wish sir he added And wait till morning for it to get here No Ill get it somehow And that he dill get it somehow wa current rumor on the following day for the sentries on the guardhouse tide of camp swore that a closed carriage drove down front McAllister street for all the world as though it hind just come out of the park and rolled on past the back of time guardhouse the driver loudly whistling Killarucy so that it could be hearth above the crnnehiBg of the wheels through the rough loose rock that covered the road and that carriage threw up not a hundred yards away while the lieutenant was out vis iting sentries and presently they saw him coming back along the walk stopping to question each sentry as to his orders Then he returned mill in inirtl if all was quiet among the pris oners and then went and put out hit light in the tent reserved for the of fleer of the guard and once more left his post briefly informing the sergeant of the guard he was going to the officer of the diiy Then it was ascertained that lie had visited half a doen places in search of that veteran captain and appeared much disturbed because he could tint find him In half an hour he was back titLing excitedly of the sentry in rear of the guardhouse if a carriage had come that way It had said the sentry and was waiting down the street Gray hurried in the three lion indicated was gone perhaps three minutes nail returned saying that time sentry must be mistaken that no car riage was there Hut the sentry reit erated his statement that it had been there and had been wailing for some tumid and must lame disappeared while be was temporarily around at thcoppo site side of the building This was about 11 p m Then when Gray appeared at reveille Morton haitI disappeared Its not time sergeant let them fellers ttitsaul the regimental oracles This is no tendollar subscription business And so until late in the afternoon the question that agitated tile entire range of regimental camps was How did those fellows break away from the prison of the tcenth Then came a clew and then discovery IBr order of Lieut Cal Canker a board of officers hind been convened to investigate the nuttier and after ques tinning everybody whom Squecrs had already badgered with his assertions threats mimI queries they went to guardhouse and began a thorough in spcctictn of the premises The wooden building stood in the midst of a waste of sand blown in from the shore line by the strong sea wind It was perched on something like a dozen stout posts driven into the soft soil and then time space between the tloor level and time sand was heavily and stoutly boarded in thick planks being used 1etvvccn the floor and the sand was a space of about 18 inches vertical and a dozenS men could have sprawled ing at full lengthbut to escape would have required theconnivanceof one or more of the sentries surrounding the orICanker accompanied the board on its tour of investigation thing the board did not at all like and presently as was his wont began running timings his own way It had been found nselcss to question time soldiers of the guard TCot a man could be found to admit he knew the faintest thing about the escape As for the prisoners most of them reckless devilmaycare ras cals they grinned or leered suggestively but had nothing to tell Well have this boarding ripped off said Canker decisively and see what theyve got secreted under there shouldnt be surprised to find a whisky still in full blast or n complete gam bling outfit dash I1l1s1 cm to dash and daslnmtion Send for ii carpenter sergeantSt To Bl Cormtinustlhe5e = f1 e c 1 f tit wr 1ii4ti w THE RKSMEECT10N Dr Talmages Easter Sermon Rings All the Bells of Gladness ntoitmliiK Ilimprn Ilmliloniiilli of- 1iiriiilloe Illly Vlrlirnli the HiirxlliiK tIC ITIirlxlVromh A SeiiNiin of ttjultlii lioyrlnlit tI Iimiis ltishil Illt sermon of Pr Talmage rings nllllw bells of gladness 1IiII ip propriutc ut this season when nil Christendom is celebrating Chrisl s lehiirrection text loliu ID II Iu the garden a new scpulcher Looking uroiind the eliurehes this morning seeing tl out e rs iu wreaths and loners iu stars and lowers illlIIIHS and llowers in crowns billows of beauty conflagration of beauty you feel as if you Mood lit a small lent cit You say theic thaw crc will full Yes hill perhaps you may see them again ThfT may hit immortal The fragrance of tin llower may be the spirit of the lower the body of the tlimtr ut illUII- 1lIth its spirit may appear iu better worlds do not say it n ill be so say it may be so The ancestors of those tuberoses mid camclias and ji lucas luul jasmines utah heliotropes were born in iat rail ice These apostles of beauty came dowrt iu time regular line of apos tolic succession Their ancestors dur ing the Hood underground afterward nppeared The world started with Kden it will cud with Kden llcaicn is called a par ndisc of God Paradise means llowers While theological geniuses in this day Ore trying to idol out everything ma terial from their idea of Heaven anti far as can tell their future state is to be alloating around Komewhere letweeum the reat Rear utah mussiolitia I should not be surprised ifmit last I calm pick up n dzuisv out the tverlis hug hills anti hear it say am one of time glorified flowers of earth Dont you remember me worshiped with you on Kaster morning in 1900- My text introduces us into a garden It is a manor in the suburbs of Jerusa lent owned by a wealthy gentleman by the name of Joseph lIt belonged io the court of who had condemned Christ hilt he had voted in the negative or being a timid man had absented himself when the vote was to be taken At great expense he laid out the garden It being a lint climate I suppose there were trees broad branched and there were paths minding under these trees and here and there were waters dripping Iowa one the rocks into fish ponds anti there were vines and flowers blooming from the wall and all around the beauties of kiosk and aboriculture After the fatigues of the Jerusalem court room how refreshing to come into this sub urban retreat botanical nun pomolog heal Wandering in the garden 1 behold some rocks which have on them the mark of the sculptors chisel I conic nearer and I flnd there is a subter ranean recess 1 come down the mar ble steps and I come to a portico over which there is an architrave by the chisel cut into rlpresental ions uf fruits and flowers I enter the portico On either side there are rooms two or four or six rooms of rock time walls of these rooms having niches each niche large enough lo hold a dead hotly Here is one room that is especially wealthy of sctuhptiureSThe fact is that Joseph realizes lie cannot always walk this garden aud lie hast provided this place for his last slumber Oh what a beautiful spot in which to wait for the coining of the resurrection Mark well this tomb for it is be the most celebrated tomb in all the ages Catacombs of Egypt tomb of Xapoleon Mahal Taj of India nothing compared with it Christ has just been murdered and His body will be thrown to the dogs and the ravens like other crucified bodies unless there be prompt and efficient hindrance Jo seph the owner of this mausoleum iu the rocks begs for the botiyof Christ IIe washes the poor mutilated frame from the dust anti blood shrouds it and perfumes I think that regular embalmment was omitted When iu the olden time u body was to be embalmed the priest with some pretension of medical skill would point out time place between the libs where the incision must be made timid then the operator having made the incision ran lest lie be smut for a violation of the dead Then the other priests would conic with salt of niter and cassia and wine of balm tree and complete the embalmment lut think this embalmment of the hotly of Christ was omitted It would have raised another contention and another riot The funeral hastens on 1resent 1 think Joseph the owner of the mauso leum Nicodemimus time wealthy man who hind brought the spices and time two Marys ISo organ dirge no plumes catafalque Heavy burden for mIll us tiiycarry Christs body down the marble stairs mural into the porticoS mind lift the lead weight to the the niche in till rock and push the body of Christ into the only pleasant resting place it ever hind Coming forth from the portico they close the door of rock against the recess The government afraid that the dis ciples may steal the lamely of Christ mill play resurrection order the seal of sanhcdrin to be put upon the o the tomb the violation of that seal like the violation of till seal of the government of the Iniled States or Great Britain to bo followed with great punishment A company of sol diers front the tower of Antonia is de tailed to stand guard At the door of he mausoleum a fight takes place which decides the question for alt graveyards and cemeteries Sword of lightning against sword of steel Angel against military No seal of letter was ever more easily broken tItan that seal of the sanhedrin on the door of the tomb The dead body in the niche in the rock begins to iiiove in its shroud of fine linen slides down upon the pavement moves out of the portico appears in the doorway advances into till open air comes up the marble steps Having left lilt mortuary attire behind Him He comes forth in workmans garb as I lake it from the fact that the women mistook Him for the gardener That day time grave received such shattering it maim never be rebuilt All the trowels of earthly masonry car never mend it Forever mill forever it is a broken tomb Death taking suit with the military in that fight re ceived a terrible cut front the angels spear of flame so that he himself shall go down lifter uwhile under it The king of terrors retiring before the sing of Grace The Lord is risen Let earth and Heaven keep Kasterlo tiny Hosannn Some things strike my observation while standing in this garden with a ttrvv scpulclier And first pot mar 111011Itm f i fRE t j 1 why could not they havi given Him an earthly residence Will they give this piece of marble lo a dead Christ in stead ofmi soft pillow for till living Jesus If they hud expended half till value of thai tomb to make Christ com fort it wIIIIIIllIUI have been so a story lie asked bread they gave Him a stout Christ like munch of the worlds bene factors was appreciated better after hit was dead Westminster tihilanti monumental Greenwood are the worlds attempt to atone by honors to tIme dead for wrongs lo the living Poets corner in Westminster abbey attempts lo pay for the sufferings of Grub street Go through that Poets corner iu Westminster abbey There is Handel he great musician from whose mu sic you heat today but while I look fat his statue I cannot help hut think of the discord with which liLt fellow musicians vied to destroy him There is the tomb of John Dryden a beauti ful monument hut I cannot help butt thing at iO years of age he wrote of his being oppressed in fortune and of tIll contract that he just made for a IhullsamlIrSlS at sixpence a line And there too you find the monument of Samuel llutler the au thor of lludibras haul while I look at his monument in Poets corner I cannot hut ask myself where he died Iu a garret There set the costly tablet III till Poets corner the costly tablet fo one of whom the celebrated Waller wrote ThnM blind sejiool niaster Johii Milton has just issued a tedious poem on the fall of man If the length of it be no virtue it hits none There is a bcriiliful monument In Sheridan Poor Sheridan If ho could only have discounted that mon ument for a mutton chop Oh you unfllial children do not give your parents so much tombstone butt u few more blankets less funeral and more bedroom If flue per cent of the uumoneymie now spend on Hums banquets could have been expended in making the living Scotch poet com fortable lit would not have been har neil with time drudgery of an excise man Horace Greeley outrageously abused while livingwhen dead is fol lowed toward Greenwood by the pres ident of till Inited Slates and the leading men of the army and navy Massachusetts tries to atone at the grave of Charles Sunnier for the ig nominious resolutions with which her legislature deouneed the living sell ator Do you think that the tomb at Springfield can pay for Booth huh let Oh do justice to the living All the justice you do them you must do this side the gates of the Necropolis They cannot wake up lo count till number of carriages at the obsequies or to note time polish of the Aberdeen gran itc or to read cpitaphal commemora tion Gentlemans mausoleum In the suburbs of Jerusalem cannot pay for Iethlchcm manger and Calvarean cross aunt Pilates ruflian judiciary Post mortem honors cannot atone for ante mortem ignominies Again standing in this garden of the sepulcher I am impressed with the fact that floral and arborescent decorations are appropriate for the place of the dead We are glad that among flowers and sculptural adorn ments Christ spent the short time of lIlt inhumation I cannot understand what I some times see in the newspapers where the obsequies are announced and the friends Bay in connection with it Send no flowers JJathcr if the means allowI say if the means al low strew the casket vitb flowers the hearse with flowers the grave with flowtvs Put them on the brow it will suggest coronation in their bandit will mean victory Christ was buried in a garden Flowers mean resurrection Death is sail enough anyhow Let conservatory and arboretum contribute to its al leviation The harebell will ring the victory the passion flower will ex press the sympathy the daffodil will kindle its lamp tumid illumine the dark ness The duster of asters will be the constellation Your little child loved flowers when she was living Put them in her hand now that Slid can go forth no more aud pluck them for herself On sunshiny days take a fresh garland and put it over the still heart Hrooklyn has no grander glory than its Greenwood nor Itoston titan its Mount Auburn nor Philadelphia than its Laurel Hill nor Cincinnati titan its Spring Grove nor San Francisco than its Lone Mountain But what shall we say of those country graveyards with the vines broken down und the slabs aslant and time mound caved in and time grass a pasture ground for the sextons cattle Indeed were your father tumid mother of so little worth that you can not afford to take care of their ashes Some day turn out all hands and straighten the slab and bank up the mound and cut away the weeds anti plant the shrubs and flowers Some day you will want to lie down to your last slumber You cannot ex pect any respect for your hones if you have no deference for tile hones of your ancestry Do you think these relics are of no importance You will see of how much importance they are in the day when the archangel takes out his trumpet Turn all your cemeteries into gardens Again standing in this garden of the new scpulclier I tun impressed with the dignity of private and unpretend ing obsequies Joseph was mourner sexton livery man had entire charge of everything Only four people at the burial of the King of tin Iuivcrse Oh let this be consolatory to hose who tllIuugh lack of means or through lack of acquaint ance have but little demonstration of grief at time graves of their loved ones Long line of glittering equipage I moS rows of silver handles casket of est wood pallbearers gloved and scarfed are unit necessary If there be six ut the grave Christ looks down train Heaven and remembers that is two more than were at His obsequies Not recognizing this idea how many small properties tire scattered mill widowhood and orphanage go forth into cold charity The departed left a small property which would have been enough to keep the family to gether until they could take care of themselves but the funeral expenses absorbed everything That went for crape which ought to have gould for bread A mUll of moderate means can hardly afford to die in any of the great cities fly all mians do honor to tb departed hilt do not consider funeral pageant as necessary No one was ever more lovingly mind tenderly putt awmuyS to sepnlehcr than Christ our there were only four people iu the pro cession Again standing in this garden with u new Kcpulcher I am impressed it ii the fact that you cannot keep the dead down Seal of sanhedrin conipanyof sol diers from the tower ol Antonln floor of rock roof of rock walls of rocktloomr of rock cannot keep Christ Iu the crypts Count Y f 1 J iI2f J j t J t fc5rr l 1 out and conic tip He must Come out utah come up He did Preflgiiratioii 1irst fruits of them that slept Just as certainly as we come down into the dust just fco certainly we will come up again Though all the granite of tile mountains were piled on us we will rise Though buried amid the corals of the deepest cavern of the Atlantic ocean we will come to time surface With these eyes we may not look into the face of the noonday sun but we summit have stronger vision because the lament thing in the land to which we go will be brighter than the sun We shall have bodies with the speed of the lightning Our bodies improved ener gized swiftened clarified mortality immortality The door of the gravet taken oft its hinges and hung time tluust- Olunmy brethren death and the grave mire not so much as they used to be for while wandering In this garden l with the new scpulclier I find that the vines and flowers of the garden have completely covered up time tomb In stead of one garden there are four gar otherJardenIelmer garden of the earths regenera tion garden of Heaven Four gardens llooin 0 earth llloom 0 Heaven Oh my friends wake up to glad ness on this Kastcr morning This tiny if I interpret it right means joyitm- actitus peace with Heaven and it means peace with all the world Oh bring more flowers Wreathe them around the brazen throat of the cannon plant them in time desert that it minus blossom like the rose braid them into the mane of the rehired war charger Xo more red dablas of human blood Give us white lilies of peace All around the earth strew Kaster flowers And soon the rough voyage of tIme church militant will be ended und she will sail up time Heaven ly harbor scarred with many a con hid hut the flag of triumph floating from her topgallants All Heaven willI come out to greet her into port and with a long reverberating shout of welcome will sa There she comes up the hay the glorious old ship Zion After tempestuous voyage site drops anchor within the veil MUSKRATS SUCCEED TERRAPIN llullluiorc liourmetn A ntrt They Ctimint IllHtliiRulHh the JUrirenera The rapid exhaustion of time supply of terrapin on Marylands east shore has set the lovers of good living to de vising a substitute for the succulent dish One of time most fashionable clubs of Baltimore with a membership of TiX prominent citizens and famous for the excellence of the meals served to hose who dine at its rooms has recently introduced the muskrat as fill hg the longfelt want and with a gratifying measure of success Muskrat la terrapin is a feature of its menu and it is stated that so pop lIar has this amphibious varmint become that thc price of muskrats has greatly increased on time eastern shore of Maryland- It is said that time muskrat is time most cleanly of animals that when not in 4he water he delights in rolling in dean white sand in short that he too is one of natures epicures As to his odor special care must be taken in skinning cleansing and preparing him for the table If that feat is site cessfully accomplished the little ant mal is ready for time attention of the cook and t hcn for tbe appetite of those who have the courage to eat it The dumb also serves the genuine old time cornbreud in pones that is when ever the real eornmeal can be pro cured The ingredients of these pones mire eornmeal eggs salt and water and the best quality of butter No bntterniilk is used and the best corn breath authority says that the use of linking powder is ruinous Balti more American TREATMENT BY MUSIC uemv York llopltiili Introilurr nn In niivntliin In the Cnre of Their Pnllfiils Medical treatment by sound vibra louis is to be hit reduced within a few weeks in many of the hospitals of Xcvv York city as a regular method for the cure of patient A staff of prominent physicians will direct the movement Ill skilled musician will be employed to execute the work Foremost among tin scientific men who are interested in the undertaking are Dr George W laeoby time alienist Dr Frederick Pe terson n neurologist Dr Pierce Bailey and Dr C A Hurter They are per feeling the organization of a society to be known as time St Cecilia society of America As au auxiliary several prominent society women will organize to obtain funds to further the move ment Dr IVterson said he was not in a position to announce the actual organization of the MedicoMusical society until the meeting of the committees In regard to its work however he said Sound vibrations in music certainly act in a marked wayupon certain forms of disease For example cases of insomnia no matter how severe are invariably relieved I regard music not as a curative htmL us a remedial agent Its scientific application will assist medicinenot taJe its place Stall Shirt of a Dervish Warrior Time shirt is made of rings every Ting from a piece of steel wire liinches long and about onesixteenth of an inch thick The ends of the piece ofwire are flattened out boles mire punched through them one end Is turned on to the other and they are fastened together bya small rivet Every ring connects four others The wire differs somewhat in thickness not by design seemingly so as to make one part of the shirt stronger than another hut from material of uniform thickness running short In parts where the rings are free to jingle together they are worn very thin Round the neck is u band of three thicknesses of red leather stiff like time stock worn formerly in our army It is 2yt inches high and on time outside is decorated with orna mental lutes like toolings made by n bookbinder Xotes and Queries lirent Star IMiotoKraph At time Allegheny observatory re cently Pro Wudsworth made a pho tograph on a curved plate including the whole constellation of Orion and adjacent regions of tht sky covering in all more than 1000 square degrees It is estimated that time plate con talus time iiiuigcs of more than 50030 stars whose positions can be incas tired Signs of Decay A man convicted of cattle stealing hi Wyoming1 time other day was sentenced by due process of law to a term of three years in the penitentiary The great Wrtst says the Chicago Tribune Is act vrlut it used to be SHOCKING A LANDLORD The GntU Wanted Cheap Game Im tend at lIlBhrrloed Store Melt We tad been at a Rocky Mountain hotel for a week and beefsteak mutton chops had been on the lull of fare at every to time exclusion of all other meats It was finally decided to send the colonel to the landlord to protest and having gained the ear of mine host he said I want to speak to you in a good natured way about your meats My meats echoed landlord Why U there anything wrong about my meats Im the best Its beefsteakand mutton you know Yes I know and they cost we a heap of money to get em here yes sir almost their weight in silver but I must have best What is it you complain of We dont complain What I to ask you was about game There must be around here- Of course Do you mean to say that your crowd wants venison bear meat ante ope prairie chicken turkevand soon Exactly Yes thats what we want In place of beef and mutton Yes Well Ill be hansed Here Tim tell the boys to go out after a cartload of antI to keep it up for three or four days Heres a crowd about steaks at 35 cents per pound and chops at 30 and ready to fill up on game at twodnilarsaton Well you eastern folks beat the hand in your queer tastes about eating Next thing youll be telling me you prefer wild goose to a Chicago sugar cured lmamBoston Globe Wagner In Utipnte Do you admire Wagner she inquired soulfullyforhefore timere already seemed to be a bond between theta Not much after the bum article of base ball hes been making us stand for here in Washington all these years was the em phatic reply and then she was forced to the conclusion that he too was lacking in a predation of the higher and zmobierWas ington CihoBt of the Glacier And Other Tale including Making Revo lution Susquchanna Trail Sculpture of the Klfs Once a Pillar of the World Feathers of Fashion and others A delightful volume beautifully illustrated Ready for distribu lion about May Send 10 rents to T W Lee General Passenger Agent Lackawanna IlailnMd 2C Exchange Place New York City Kditioiv Limited One of Them Look here said the approached I you ten cents not five minutes ago Novvyou are at me again mnendmcantaplogcticahlyPhiiaIehphiaZmorth Ask Your Healer for Allen FootEase A to shako into your shoes It rests time feet CurcsCornsBunionsSwolIenSore Hot Callous Aching Sweating feet and In growing Nails Aliens 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IFrnllCmt Ivy April lflTn the 1ttipfor ihe minor state office which ask 2djK damages for alleged usurpa tion Was dismissed z The Irnnlilin connty grand jury ad jjournrd till Tuesday without making n report Xearly 100 witnesses have been examined during the investigaj vtion of the Coclx1 assassination It is not known whether the question iofindictments has been voted upon the adjournment of the grand jury without making a report has truetcases biiia that Common wealths Attorney LuhLtlraw up the indictments between turn and Tuesday Tallow Dick Combs in whose be Dialf habeas corpus proceedings were iiiiitstittiteil by his attorney K C O llenjainin was not brought out be fore Judge Cantrill Penjaimn dill gtirnt arriauth there is a rumor that proceedings will le abandoned GOVERNORI nlle In Krulurky Till lnll Frankfort K v April 1eryjuietly Leslie ComhoC Lexington t HMision agent for Keiitic1ywith 3iea Jiiiarters at Louisville dropped 11 Into Frankfort last night lie did not register at any notch but remained at the borne of a friend LOOih niter his arrival it was learned that his visit here marked the begin I d11ing of a Mill hunt for the repub nomination for governor of Ken tuck providing the supreme court Irules against Taylor and a special election is ordered for next fall Cer ital of Combs friends were abroad the republicans pulse with a fiew to ascertaining how Combs TayIit4 nIseems highly probable that Combs will be in lIme race Solillrrn Tciulcrril n Dinner it L Frankfort Ky April 13Time re Imblican ladies of Frankfort tendered the republiean soldiers at tIe state IIhonea dinner TVirsday Kepiblican muTaylor presided and made a1 speech thanking the militiamen for r their loyalty Adjt Sen Collier re xpondcil on behalf of the men and an elaborate inenuc was served Women to Coii ltlcr Politic exington Ky April 1LTlic worn rii of lexington and Fayettc county liave issued a call for a mas j meeting v next Tuesday Aprl 17 in thr interest t l of Rood citi7cnship A programme will be arranged for the inss meeting sind several of the most prominent s eakers of the state will be called on- toI make addresses Ontce VenT Anniinuernient Lexington Ky April HJI1t1g Jcorjje Denny formally announced himself a candidate for delegate at large to the national republican con vention to be hell at Philadelphia s lie has been agreed upon by the re publicans for temprary chvnnan of the state convention Two Doctors Hood T5Louisville 1yiprit 11c I Hood of Lowell Mass was granted n temporary restraining order against Jr C flood excoroner of Jeffer i son county to prevent him from making and selling Hoods Sarsa parilli C I Hood claims exclusive 1 use of the name lOD CM nt Be Fonnd 4ic Touisville Ky April HW T Xn pent son of the bankrupt merchant t t who the father says secured 14000 f belonging to the merchant und which b lic has been ordered to pay to the 4 I4Ili trustees 1y Wednesday has not been t located A deputy United States mar shah is searching for him c Jfrblcr Hccllnetl to Sign W Frankfort Ky April nThe at torneys for the republican officials Thursday afternoon declined to sign I agreement to hasten litigation for As ion of minor state offices I through the state courts so that the t supreme court with that for govern assignedtoo Kentockr Derby Starters 1Jdington Ky lril11iIt is now certain that there will be eight if not 1 1 ten starters in the Kentucky Derby knownJt pw Thrive Dicudoune Orontas ills Kx i rcllency Highland Lad Lieutenant Gibson and Kentucky Farmer t Three for One Company Frankfort Ky April 12The Xn kltionalWeekly Investment Co of Lex ington with a capital stock of 5000 1 filed articles of incorporation withIj Secretary of State Hill It is Yif popularly called a threeforonc tt company DIsmiacdIo Paducah Ky lriI13Tltl breach of promise suit of Mrs Wilmoth nobertrsteainboatnmant11t OOOO was on motion 1ofplaintiff at defendants cost Bloprrs Harried If Owenton Tvy April 1Ic J Du t 2t four fund Miss Jtfarlam Scott Lindsay n prominent eloping couple from Gbent Ky the bride being a niece of Col William Lindsay of this place 1weremarried by County Judge J W llill S a t 1 Xe r Pot Oflcrn In Kentucky z Washington April lrhe follow ing post offices have been established SfAt In Kentucky Hockadiy Madison hi county ins H Million postmaster Tn Lowder Greenup county II W Low 1 der trf1 SThe Bother Burst i b 1 LouiViIIe Ky April 12The ex r 1i plosiwi of a boiler at the Louisville sf f Jottling Co resulted in the death of i Clarence trcahly aged 0 ani serious t Wingt3 O a piece of the holler A steel drum rI tt i weighing 200 pounds fell on McXally Ialllnir Slate p 4J 2Vihimsburg Kyipril 12At the ISird Eye mint vhich were reopened rbya Louisville syndcale slate fell t Iill5ng Oorga potter and injuring t tural others rj 40 o i iIJ7t + 3 rt I tIyb15 J t 1 oIo I riI J p hFNr I It a1 L Ua 1 1 t rlc up IlIot f V4c 1i fi f t f 11 1 1 C ti J S or i p1 i 5V 1 1II I t 1 = 1 ff t VALUABLEHORSES- Tn Car Iond of Fast Sloek Will ne Shipped KnU Frim oIIU Louisville Ky April in Chnrley Patterson arrived from Memphis with hisIt making up two full tai loads next Saturday Mr Patterson brought alutigIChurchill Downs am which had been sent to Memphis in anticipation of being able to take down a purse or two lint the track at Memphis prov ed to be so had that the Louisville horses were brought home Among the most noted belonging to Mr Patterson and which were brought to 10 ijlJwlre I nup lighted Handwork Historian Quiz Delmarch and Kentucky Several oth ers who have failed to show lrIutIterson anything were brought along and will be sent to Lexington mill urnedomit as it will prove unprofit able to continue them in training Handwork by Hanover Workmate is thought to be the best twoyear old in Pattersons string mill he will be sent east to run for some of time rich pries there It is saul that Pat terson has some good threeyearolds that have never been shown in public and that theywill be sent east for the purpose of surprising some of the bookmakers on the lug tracks MINERS MAY RESUME Prospect rr Resumption nt Work In the rsteru teutucLonl Field Soon Central City Ky April lit lIere is a prosjKct of a resumption of mill ing operations Ill the western Ken tucky coal fields within a short time TIll operators anti miners have agreed to meet lucre Tuesday to discuss their grievances Tilt Held comprises over 0 counties in this state aiul about 3000 men lire employed 1ast month the operators and min- I failed to agree upon a wale scale the men asking about 12 cents a ton more than the operators were willing to grant Since then little mining has hen done anti the shutting off of the suipplyof coal has caused great inconvenience in n number of Ken lucky towns Tropic Kndlnir of a Romance Louisville Ky April 13Time suit cide of George W iekof Louisville in a llaltimore sanitarium is in part attributed to domestic Iron bles Several Iars Wicks at 101lIS1iIltthere rescued n Miss McCrory from a vicious dog which had attacked her Acquaintance courtship and marriage followed hut they became estranged antI separated Wicks brooded over time trouble His body will be brought lucre for burial Five SbolB Went Wild Lexington Ky April 1lr Jos Parker shot and killed Vet A An tonclla Time men were neighbors and quarreled over tIme boast of Antonella that but one man in the neighborhood would tell the truth After the open ing of time quarrel both men went to their homes and securing their re volvers returned to the grocery and began shooting at each other Six shots were lured hut only one took ef fect Parker was lodged in jail To Inipeet Thoroajchbred taxington Ky April 1lIon W C Whitney and a party of eastern friends arrived here Saturday in the exsecretarys private car from New York They come to inspect Mr Whitneys thoroughbreds of which he has more than 100 in stud at Ln 1elle farm with the celebrated stat lion imp Meddler as the premier Intercollegiate Co tent Lexington Ky April 15 Leonidas Ragait of Monticello Ky represent ing the state agriculture and median heal college of Kentucky won tim Ihirteenthannllnl intercollegiate contest Time Central universty the Georgetown college and the Kentucky university were also represented The prize teas a handsome gold medal Colon Trial Approaehlnir Lexington Ky April 1C Tuesday the trial of exCongressman David O Colson time surviving principal in the ColsonSeott duel of January 16 in which Lieut Kthelbcrt Scott Charles Julian anti Luther Dcmaree were killed and several other persons hurt will be commenced Mlmilns Man Returns Lexington Ky April 16Licut Jo seph Donovan whose absence for the past week gave rise to fears on the part of his friends returned home He said he had been in time mountain seeking recruits for time avmy Died Away Prom Home Paducah KJV April 15 Henry Weil the senior member of the whole SOilSIMich He was 60 years of age and was identified with the banking interests of time city Foxhound Kill Sheep Stanford Ky April 14A pack of foxhounds belonging to different hunters in this icinity mad a rid on the sheep and lambs of J II Foe ter and killed and injured 130 out of 180 Water Company Won Louisville Ky April 1GThe Owensboro Water Works Co won its suit against the city of Oweasboro InjuncIforcing an ordinance to reduce water rates onehalf An Old Resident Dead Owenton Kjv April 16rs Lizzie Ices one of the oldest residents of this county is dead She was the mother of Dr J F flees of Owen ton and Dr Owen C Reed of Toledo O Damages Awarded Frnnkfort Ky April 15ln the circuit court in the case of Mrs Eras mus Breeden against the L N for inIdrive across the track near this city and was run into by a passenger train and killed IUI Practice Law Louisville Ky April 14 Congress man Win C Owens has removed from Georgetown to this city and will- henceforth practice law 1f 3i rj i 7 TiS tf- c V 1J FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Svmnrnar ut heathlsug lm Washington April HhIlIalthu- lilill Imhirohiria t ion hill pnssril with mit division It carries SI1 1000 other hills passed FiKird county Texas attiiclitMl to the Tort Worth division of time norlluTii judicial dis I net of Texas to create the north western division of the northern ju ellrliaA secretary of interior for information as to ir rigation of the Iiiiia Indian reserva iou in Ariona was adopted The debate for a itiii the seutillgof Mr Jnav eonld not be agreed upon The Alaskan eivil code was under con sidenition for two hours House Agricultural appropriation bill was made he vehicle of con plilitalmade i of the i pages being cov ered Washington April 10thSenile Without objection it was agreed to take filial vote Oil the right to sitM S Quay as senator from Pennsyl vania Tuesday April 2 lib at p in Knlogies wan pronounced on Itiehards Parks lila the dead statesman which were notable for earnestness and eloquence House Agricultural appropriation hill passed substantially as reported Mr Corliss maintained that govern ment distributions invaded private fields of enterprise His various amendments failed after extended debate Amendment was adopted in creasing the slIpplnf farmers bul letins issued by the agricultural partmentWasington April I lemmatc The Pacific cable bill was passed It ap lrlllllia Its jf1000000 for the eamimst rite lion by tIll navy department utacable from San Krancisco to Hono lulu During the rest of the session time District of Columbia appropria tion bill was under consideration and was finally passed It carries nearly SOOOHOlIsc1I the senate amendments to time Porto Itiean lull were agreed to mill time measure passed by a vole of Ifil to 133 It provides for the shipments of mill goods from Porto Rico into till Inited States free of duty mill certain foodstuffs from the Inited States lan enter Porto Itico on the same terms oil others paying a dutyof 13 per cent Washington April i2Semmatene- ffort was made to displace the Phil ippine lull anti substitute the Xica raguan canal bill It was defeated to 22 Most of the session wax taken up in discussing time Quayease House The secretary of the treas ury was aiithoried to designate de positories ill Porto Rico Cuba and the Philippines for time deposit of government funds i applies to CII ba onlyso long as the island shall be occupied by time United States The pension law was amended to extend to dependent mothers of soldiers or sailors of the Spanish war even though they married confederate sol diers Washington April 13SemmateNot- in session House ISy vote of 210 to 13 a reso lution was adopted providing for the election of United States senators by direct vote of time people The rest of the day was devoted to private pen sion lulls i3 being passed Washington April HSlIaltcBeyond the passage cf 81 private pen sion bills mind some general measures of minor importance time senate transacted little buiiiuess The Alas kan civil ode hill ivas under consid eration for some time but finally went ove- rhouseAfter at hour of routine business the house devoted its session to hearing eulogies on tilt late Got Oliver Iuulortouu of Indiana in Ion ion with tltf acceptance of his statue which him been placed in Stat nary hall at the capitol by the state which he served TO THE SUPREME COURT Attorneys for Taylor and Iteeklinm Will File the Record In tit Suit for the lovcrnornlilp Monday Louisville Ky April 13 Attorneys Lewis McQuown and Helm llrucc rep resenting respectively lovs Ieckham nid Taylor left Louisville for Wash ington Saturday mill on Monday in the supreme court of the Inited States will tile time record in the suit for the Kentucky governorship At tlc Mme time the attorneys will make a motion to advance tilt case on the docket and will urge the court to tale up the ease and decide it as quickly as possible The suit will be argued before the supreme coiut by Messrs McQuown and exChief Justice William S 1ryor for the lent ocrats and by Helm Ilritec ami cx GO W O Bradley for the repub licans llllnoln Miner to Quit Work St Louis April 1GTime Mine Man agers and Examiners Aid association of Illinois failing in an attempt to have a hearing with time operators on their demand for more wages has de cided to quit work in all the mines of the state until a recognition is received at least British Vessel LOIIIT Overdue San Francisco April 1iThe gam bIers in reinsurance are getting very much afraid of tIme chances they have taken on the British ship Annie Thom as She is now out 260 days from Cardiff with a load of coat for Acap ulco Banker Cole IMend nnllty Boston April 13 Charles II Cole former president of the Jlobi national bank under indictment for embez zlement and misapplication of time funds of the bank pleaded guilty Sit urday in the United States district court Sentence will be pronounced later Shipload of Senla St Johns N I April IThc seal ing steamers Terra Nova with 37000 seals anti Walrus with 12000 seals returned front the ice fields Both ships arc heavily laden More 1eoplc Ordered to Strike Frostburg Md April iGiJme only incident in connection with the strike of the miners of the Georges creek re gion was the decision of time union men to order the 50 laborers who have been employed at the Ocean nine to join the strikers President fins on a llnntc Trip Cityof Mexico April 10 President Diaz and a party of sportsmen mill personal friends arrived home from a great hunting expedition in the state of Morelas which had been arranged by the governor of that state Splendid Ocean Vessel- St Johns N F April 161he mag nificent new Allan liner Tunisian 10500 tons arrived at Halifax from Liverpool She encountered severe westerly gales but these retarded lieu speed very little and the passengrr pronounce tier a splendid sea boat Navigation Opening 1ji Knrly Victoria B c April 16 Arrivals from the north state that the warm weather in the north is breaking up winter trails and the river is open in ninny places Navigation will two or three weeks earlier than usu31I t 1Z5 T J S nenllrril the SltllllllnnITime colored ifRiilnrs in us quick nt rcpjrlrc as they arc prompt to obey orders A black fcigoant was hailed hy a breezy wolcrn volunteer recently with Well nij what arc von jmiti to 1IIIlcr The mt if liid Vre gnu lug to take up the white mans hurdcii ui3jueimguu- iatit d d rise Scerel r iInnrt Iicnlru1 The iitmirnsc telescope which now ini pnice of nllIlIdilI iS expected to hriiiR the moon within a miles rycMglit of IhiiI world a to mvvcui the ccit ls of all plan tts It liny cane a grcit a lila in tlip II11T1r1Inry trmihlri The Kilters Micngtlicn IhtI entire svMcm and also prevents malaria fryer antIagume Try it The luri of Slnnc Mrs 1101111 wonder whv that now feller who ii coin ti edit the CIII lull left town so rim lilt Mr Waj had Well when olcinin not died lntel the editor her writ a itrni about it an heuled it Knot N Nit an the It boys inn him out o town Italti more lIIl1ilallIA IIIT IOlt SimItSG- Ituu HititHf keeper Are llrlRlilenlni tilt llllirl r aif Tlulr Iliillicn Now t hat tin Ihicklioiioof tlimcinaiknhlo winter is broUen lioiiMkccpcrs arc iimniU in the d may louli of the liome interior The uutriand siay piuit is cotly The n e of sncli a finriit a t lii Istu our for instance will solve lie problrm This nilmiril wall oiliiij is dean pure and holronu It aul3oileherai hang litmng Ccrlntnly II 1rlri ThulIllltIA teaclirr of miiir in school of the Mini li 1IilIilh the meiuiin of the signs and iliti a they wire about tosini After cslla ii thai j meant forte he Mill Now iliildieii if T means forte what oIoc1fIIIIII Silence rciened fr a ninnienl anti then he was astonished to hear a blight little tel low sliont Kightj New lijipinrott There is more Catarrh in this section ot the country tliui all oilier diseases put to gether and until the lat few Iars wa- sSIII111I be 11111111011a AiIatnlallI jcars doctors iironoinieed a anil nrcMrihcil local renieilies and by con stantly failing to euro with local treatment mIlOlllllctl it incurable Science has pmvcn catarrh to ha constitutional disease nnd therefore reiiiircs constitiitionil treatment Halls Catarrh Cure iiianulaclured by 1I Cheney Jt Co Toledo Ohio i the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken itt emmially in doses from 10 drops ton teasKonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous ill rfit is of lie system They oiler one luindrcd dollars for any case fails to cure Send for cirrnlars and testi monial Address F limey t Co To ledo O Sold by Druggists 73e Halls Family Pills an time best llr irclcd Her Vonfldenee PoetessThe poem Iuemit nil Mr Kd itor contains tin deepest secrets iiimmiy foul Iiiitur I know it madam and no one hall ever find them out tliiongh me Stray Stoiies oini Cllj Atnkn- Is t 1lItj hundred goijlmahti IatnrhiftJtiago III Mi ft of the grod jiikr art old ones if only knew H Wasmiigtoii lJa ouIi MAIIKCT IlKPOUT Cincinnati April H CATTLE Common SL 00 ci 4 40 Select butchers 4 l 5 0 5 00- CALVKS Kxtrrs Ii HOCS Select packers 5 cji 5 C5 Mixed packers 5 45 i 53 RIIIIIhllho Ji 6 LAMI5S Kxtni 713 j 7 2- 51IOr Spring pat a O5 Iff i till WIIIATO 2 1111 at i1 CORN No 2 mixed J 43Y OATS Xo 2 inixctl II 1JYIJ No 2 GI4- IIAVChmoice timothy t 14 50 MISS POKK uittiL- AIM il 7 13 HUTTKi Ch dairy 12 15 Choice creamery 22 AlillIm to Cimeyit 4 rOTATOKS Per bri 1 23 1 50 TOItACCONew OilS 23 old i w 0167 CIIICACO- FLOUU Win patent 3 3 70 WI1ICAT No 2 red CO- 1No 3 sumingtt if Ciy- COUN No 2 fOATSNO 2 247 0 2 iYI lhlGu 2 56 IOKIC Mess 12 M i12 U- 5LAii Steam 710 g 7 27i- XKV YOKI- C1LOlK Win patent I 70 ji 4 WIIIAT No 2 red C1 St COKN No 2 mixed il 47 OATS No 2 mixed il KYK 6- 21fflllless1I 25 JjO- O1ltlS1I11 rt 7 05 1SALTIMOU- KlLOlIJ Win patent 20 Ct 3 50- WHKATNu 2 usi ui tiS Southern li S 73J COKNXo 2 mixeil i2b 4K- OAIS No 2 mixed it CATTLK First ipial 4 75 It 3 hl0GSVesttrui 3 6 00 IDIlOLISiWHKAT COKX No 2 imuxdlo 4- 10V10 2 mixed6iJ yj 1 LOlISYILLB- FLOIK Win patent 15 4 30- WIIKAT No a red 72 g 73 COitNlixadft 4tOATS Mixed 27U- POIMC Mess fiU3 LAUD Steam i 73 WnJanS T Refugewhen sick is Lydia EI Pinkhsms Vegetable Compound No other medicine in the world has done so much goodNo confidence has ever been violatedINo womans testimonial was ever published by Mrs Pinkham without specialpermission No woman ever wrote to- Ms Pinkham for advice without getting help No man sees these letters Her advice is free and LynnMassyou can tell her the truth No living person is so competent to advise women None has had such experience She has restored a million sufferers to health You can trust her Others haveLydIa li Plnkhani lied Co Lynu Mesa J t lf lft SENATORIAL COURTESY The Konllciunii from tlir South Cnvr- Viiy mill tin Spiinlt Yi- aAiljiinriiril Senator IVttm uf Aljliinia N tin most on like memlirr of tlip senate Me iso 1ollI1IIIly thai Ite ia ti luvitttituun Mr IVttm will In SOyrars old nrl liily Jll lirliuii li time tllil sulutuuulaaf slilltlirlll slilrMncMi now fallliaIain II isiasy to MI in tin iliRiiiilic niiiinrr in xvlmli lie lavs iloun tlir law In lii suutItiiituaal IiaKins Iliat lu lias IHTII a JIIIKI lli priks wilh Kiiat ilililxiatiiin at llic raliof alxdit six unnlt a niiniitf ami ridi tvunt ItinlilllirCil liy tin waving of lii dlill wliiskci wlIfhislion Kvcrylliini lie ilors or avu iuruoli aijnirnimeiiiiiiliss ico of iilcnii iliKiiily lr in htaiirp lie ntlicr arirrnoon wlirn Mr SIIOOIHT was talking on time Quay tasp Mr IVIlm arosp sliiuilil likp to ask tlio senator to give way fur a notion if IIP plrasos rptnaikn Mr IVttits uttering pacli woiil as if the fall of time nation ilrpemlnt tIII0n tin an jnfr will aciTp to anytliiiiK lie senator ingiva ipicstionIto do tliat Kiiil Mr IVItii still myslerioiH lint I want you to civp way Ioa motion eli hit is itVaskrd Mr Spoonrr 111111i a Miiilp Enn inenilicr of tlip tin million to adjourn was rjrritIVamhi- ligttuiu Iot BELIEVES IN HORSE SENSE Veterinarian dint rrlril liy n Sick Mr ril Tlinl NuiiKlit n Doctor Kxpcricnce lias convinced me that lucre is slid a tiling ut horse seine raid a veter inary Mirgccm who has a slon the South side A fiicnil of mine had a beautiful clifxtmit liming mare that was suhjrrt to severe spells of colic Ahnnt a year ago site- got very fiik ami loncs the owner hroiiglit her over here for treatment cad for tier ami she seemed as grateful a human lirin might ruliliine her note against my coat sleeve and Miowine her her dumb way One day about six months ago up she came to the door of the shop moaning and evidently siitTcring acutely treated her again andilie got better I found out aft iTward that there was no our at her home stable that day and that she hid worked tilt halter olT and hail set oul to lieu the doctor Curious rimiiii tinrc said the man storyIhitiit said the dor tor Three days ago I came down to my oIlier in the morning about nine oclock There lay tIme chestnut mare in front of HIP door dead She had been tiiken sick had made liar way as before ho the shop in the night and found nobody there to give her inrili cine ami she had died Now if this story isnt proof that a horse tall reason would like to hear something to heat it Chicago Inter Ocean ougloiPiles Toothache Drops Cure in our minute Fortune sometimes favors the brave and sometimes she leads them into a trap Puck PITVAM Ftiiirss Dvrs ammint Main the haints or spot the kettle Hold by all doug gi3t5 The differen between see anti saw is in tense Chicago Daily Sews Stops the Cough- and Works Off The Cold CURES itLA GRIPPE 4i CURES SORE and all other skin troubles Use Lotion Soapi- n all cases William 1ndian Pile will cure lund IUftaaOb Itcblng or tbo allars Itcn at ones arts as a II Kites Instant re Prepared for Illea Itcnlnitaf Ibc ptiTan Atdruel t ortiT mail on receipt prim CO Cents and ClooW- ILLlAMs liro CO 1rops CLEVtUM NOT for 10 we will mail you ttiii beautiful cold Oiled lor knot bungle ring with any urea InitUI bs arpriKd I 4 5 M rwrtr it cal low ll lIod tIe Vile Jenflrj lit Writcrn Ate f l g lt f Use s t4 t 1 tf S t i ifFAIRPe= ru= na Works Wonders for Gentler Sex in MRS COLONEL That peruna has become a house hold remedy in the home of Mis Colonel Hamilton is well attested by a letter from her which says I can give my testimony as to till its of your remedy Pernna I have tilllIthan I have for I alt recIIbelieving it to be especially beneficial nsillolleeiMrs Wis says I feel so well and good and health fill now that pen cannot describe it Pernna is T everything to me I feel healthy anti well but if I should be sick would know what to take have taken sev eral bottles for female complaint I am in the of life arid it doc me good Have you catarrh of the head throat lungs stomach or any other organ of the body If so write to Dr Hartman at once He will send 3oit tlircctiauis fair tn atllltnt without charge Address Dr Hart man Colum bus O to it of Kit e 7 fnnl Diiluiiiuc Waterloo Faire IkxlcoamlComi Ill hOuiTs linnet uiLurarysmoking Mrs sleepIng cars free rPCllnliiR chair ears Idlnlojcu Snit to the fora lieu and Notes EnRouto Illnstrat log limb new line as seen rom tutu ear window Tickets of agents of L C K It and hair A U HANSON hP A In 3or 4Years an land of tienty lIt traued pampbteti cruerirrne Of railway rale can be a on application theffuperintpndent of Immigration Department of Canada address be l7nalerign tl trliu will mall rouattases smitulct Cur flea of COt IKOIKV Suptor Irunilurallon Ottawa Canada or U CAVKX iiluctlolj Otu 1IOIM1 lDUIauai olls Ictl ff roaLor testimonial anil ill dse treatment Free Lr II IIKKKN S steis lo Atlinl Ua i Belt carry some Free Chair o Cars from to prin j it cipal points in Texas with s out change These cars are with chairs c can be made to at any angle thus an easy seat dur ing the day and a comfort fable place to sleep at night rtt 0 t mortis TUI PlfIIl i r 18 iti im f tIRIS p URiiitiiit hi- mrs1tirip U BB SHHI IfA ftilliiMd Tnl E W LaBEAUME G P and T A Si Louis Mo i J buss ANNIO WYANDOTTE L Miss Annie Wyandotte queen of thj operatic stage and dramatic soprano says Fifteenth St and lackson Ave Kansas City Mo Dr Hartman Dear Sir has been my salvation It has given me back a beautiful voice a gift of God it has brought me once more to my old pro- Cession I can talk now antI sing where before I could scarcely whis per Can you wonder at my I wish every person who is suffering as I suffered might know Peruna Only those who have been afflicted can ever know the intense satisfac thom and that comes with a complete cure My voice was room gone April 11 I felt so clatcl over tile restoration of my voice that I inserted an in The Star for vocal pupils Time advertise ment which cost me C3 cents brought me five pupils and that was the be ginning of my present large clasn Yours gratefully Annie Wyandotte A congestion inflammation or III ceration of time mucous membrane whether of the head stomach kt1 nuys or other organ is known to the medical profession as catarrh It Is known by names such as dyspepsia Itrights disease female complaint diarrhoea bronchitis con nail a host of other names Wherever there is a congested mucons membrane there is catarrh acute or chronic Send and address catalogue l ESTER jhenue ilaleru Coa- ncuas Srrtp Iii b Irezitq MISS Miss Clara says I chronic catarrh a year I tried many remedies but found no re lief until saw an the paper your for chronic catarrh I tried it I tuiiulc I now well I recommend to nil my friends who afflicted with catarrh Miss Stoecker lives ic Mrs k Fritz Wilcox OWa writes my sincere thanks for the good advice yon have given would be liv iI ingnosvifit- were not for you I had 1 suffered p with how blood for four months and the doctors could help but little They me three times It was tvery painful and I only obtained relief I was so weak I could not in bed Then I applied to Dr Hartman I not know whether could kelp me or not but I followed J iadvice and used only three ties remna and Manahn Now I y well nail as strong as I ever thanks to your remedies Pelro Icatarrh has become so that most women less with it It is usually called female fdisease f LAXATIVE BROM QUi 1ABLETS I NO CUR NO PAY PRICE I ml G Il UfJlJ I11ITMIMui WR4J W A KLONDIKE SCENE fi OTEEcry Druggist from Klondike Cuba sells Laxative BromoQiinine Tablets for Colds and Grip In fact is the only Cold and Grip prescription throughout this vast territory which striking evidence of its virtue This signature At E5 appears on every box of the genuine article No Cure Pay Palmers Lotion PIMPLESRED SPOTSECZEMA CANKER EYELIDS BRUISES BURNS PILES ci- liaW FREEb VIII Certain Corn Cure PricelSc the Catarrhal Ailments HAMILTON Margar UmhclII change HE popularity CHICAGO OMAHA Double Daily 4Service LRO itnilcrsiciieil connectIng thlcajo IndependencelsAssurcd ifyoauiakenpyorbomes larmcra nbobaTtccorneiueaithyin Iinformation to InterlorOitaif or to U T esEiThrou h rCursROUTE trahsTo TexasCotton Reclining hand Uiflf furnished which affording recline Pm olrrdwllhISoCottonwillteliTIlttov tlitlmlUflllx Peruna delight gratitude pletely advertisement different sumption Stoecker I Tittsbiirg afflicted No I J r jt Poor the bane travel 1 evening arrive between six oclock and twentyfive past seven At half past seven the Ball leaves for Omahathats tone good At 755 next you are Omaha via any other route much before noon 820 only twenty five min utes after you arrive the Overland iLimited starts for Ogden Salt Lake k Butte Helena San Francisco r Portland and Seattletheres f A folder implecomplete lells nil about cotor thins worth tnoirinc If vou want to reach western dIr vou can hare Ci6c information about best train connections railroad and iiS ilccpini tames etc the Address C S CRAN E Oeol Pass r Ticket ACt ii 1 ri 1NCtI 010 your rome on a Iwe will send you our i56 page illtistrated free REPEATING ARMS CO 180 llcuchester Jew i W Wntht ttS I1LS- It5t Uonab TmSe Cued t80 tmuti a1LI I d1J 71 CLARA STOECKER had for oser advertisement in of treatment and am Peruna are at Pa s Margareth Iextend TItneIdonot of me operated on lit tle turn did ho his bot of am as was frequent are more or 25c 7rpC l 4I I sold is and Price 2fc Memphis Wonderfully Convenient connections are of tthewithout exception minutes Wabash Cannon one morning in not At Spokane anothertany lull your and car anti rate wilt be riabtilaDd RJi Ost4i3nd LIVE cns STOCK I tWe will furnish duplicates of LIVE STOCK kCUTS or any other Cut sbown In any Spec Iraeo Book at or below quoted prices for sams A N KELLOOQ NEWSPAPER CO sa3 W flftb St Ciuciiiuatl o R0Ep1 ROOFINGrent per vnnare foot ntp and nail Included Substitutes for Piaster SAMPLES Tfc fay Jtlunllla ItooUni Co CA11DE J 1809 snci wurto ro iinvbaT2aEEa irate ktu lUut yeas aunr thc 5dertIc ucnL la tLU iiuusr it t a L uIusI1 P1JI1 I r L I H V I OWINGSV1LLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING Cop OWINGSVILLE KY 1si PER YEAR IN ADVANCES ANNOUNCEMENT For Appellate Judge To the Republicans of the Seventh 0 Appellate District of Kentucky 1 am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district subject to your action Election November 1900 k i Resp ED C OREAK THURSDAY APRIL 10 1900 VANTEDA wealthy discreet attractive man to run for Vice President Apply to Mark Ilunna A SLGOEtrruiN to Bryan that the Kansas City ticket be Dewey and Bryan would make the Boy Ora tor chew nails j nON HOKE SMITH line sold his interest in the Atlanta Journal lint he will never be contented until he S is in tho business again r 1rillBritish government has sent to the United States to pur 4 t fiiasea very large number of horses Thnt will put up prices still fur i ther Is 1 Wo to tho reputation in history I i nl fry one of present prominence supporting the steal of the State fi1lcoiiiClS Succeeding generations will r nl of them only to condemn ff them 1 1 TIlE British have lost two soldiers i tn the Boon one in the war Johnny I I tHulll paying dearly for Chamber 1 and RhodesUm hut ho exjpects to pet buck olfof the Boers uiim y cot of the war 1AFrEnthcjL1igI1lefltSOftheCOurtSa on the State contests there is left no room to doubt that the Goebel 1Election law is the most monstrous i 310CC legalized iniquity ever perI t petrated in the United States Tin House by n vnto of 210 to 15 adopted the resolution in favor 1 dpifan amendment to the Constitu r tion providing for the election of 4 t S Senators by direct vote of the t jU Thats prett good but the ah the Senate =SPEAKER HESDEBSOX was presen ted with a gavel made of the cele brated Indian pipcstone from the only deposit in the worldtlutt in western Minnesota When the 4 Speaker hits the pipetone now the Congressmen had better look wild 1 AnuinAt DEEr was trained 1 I youth in one of the strictest be Ifromprofessions and followed it maturity He is a delicate man If he was elected President s t he hRrlul11enteoftbeomcefeelter6- i would kill him quicker than theyI did Wm Henry Harrison I iJ NOTHING hort of the rack could r extort n confession from some plO pie that prosperity lisa arrived nail they will hoot at its evidence in the Chickasaw Indian nation rais ing the price of a marriage license for white men from 50 to 600 one year ago and now to 1000 j SECBETABT of the Navy Long has up a VIce Presidential lightning rod Man wants but little in a Vice ILt Presidential way here below nor wants that little Long Ho played favorites in the Spanish war too i much to suit folks notions of fair play I q TOE U S Supreme Court has set z April 30th to hear the Kentucky Gubernatorial contest cases That will give Baby Bcckham about two r weeks in which to organize his f army for capturing the State gov ernment us a dispatch says in ef e feet he is doing if the decision is ti against him J DEWEY it Is stated is a gold i standard Democrat and also favors a D S protectorate over the Phil- ippineSl with a reimbursement for ft the U S outlay in the Islands J k i Thats a good platform but Dewey I ttandsno more show for the Kansas p City nomination than Eugene Debs I S for election p 4 + IHPEBI ALIEU was the correct name for it after all Expansionism would make conquered territory an Integral part of the nation and cI4 Eubjeet to the Constitution Im b 4j 5j perialism makes it subject territory j c to he governed without representa yjjtinanti without particular regard to the Constitution 13 KiNO LEOPOLD of Belgium has probably read of Andrew Carnegies 1 opinion that a man is disgraced if he dies richand has presented y his reul estate to his nation in order to beautify the country Leopold is a gay blade and probably has no fears in regard to blowing in his cash as he goes along TOE Senate Committee declared I against admitting Clark of Montana probably for indiscretion in purchasing too openly votes enough to elect him Besides Clark set too swift a puce for other Senato 4 rial aspirants With a couple of Clarks in every State the rest would be nowhere WAR is about to break out at the Cornell dam Westchester Co New York between the striking Italian 4fP4 laborers and the State troops A i ergeant has already been assassi Boated This is a bad year fur do 1 Hiestic wars a Presidential cam paign being on hand the Adminis i tration fearful of the political ef fect of intervention and the dem agogues keen to uphold the wrong doing of any part of the great 0tj common people for political ad 4je1 vantage But Guy Roosevelt no doubt will bff able like the lament v 4 ed Jerry Rusk to sayI seen my dutyand done it t4I I J yo II tI n addition to the most complete stock of EVER KEPT IN KY I HAVE ADDED AN UPTO You get new and the latest up to the minute Give me a call before you buy I can surely save you money as my terms are CASH Old Stand Maui Street Shoe Store TilE confession mill at Frankfort has censed grinding for the pres ent The Circuit Judge shut up reports as to what the grand jury was doing tighter than a clam Tin suggestion is wbllhlcnr rect that if thn Kansas City con vention pluiuld nominate another candidate and should ignore free silver Bryan would hull He let it be plainly understood in ISJb that he would holt the Chicago conven ion if it didnt lix thitgs to suit him HAWAII Porto Rico and the Philippines are not adopted chil dren in Uncle Sams family They are hondinen to be exploited for the benefit of certain elements of hiis family while the cost of their enslavement nnd keep conies off of all Thats imperialism in it fullest sense and in all its beauty TIIK Supreme Court decides that the shipper intift PlY for the litter nal Revenue stamps on express re ceipts It is doubtful that the franiers of the law so intended it Now the proprietary medicine men are bringing the pressure to bear to relieve that class commodities of the stamp tax It can ns well bear it as any from which it is ex acted or perhaps hotter THE new Mayor of Lima Ohio has ordered the police to not arrest drunken people but to send them home in cabs if theyare unable to navigate It may work beneficially by appealing to the drinking peo plos selfrespect Gentleness often times is ctFective where compul sion aggravates and increases offenses AI TnuKMAX of Ohio was as pizcn a freesilver man as Bryan previous to the birth of the expansion issue Now he says freesilver as a paramount issue will bo a millstone about the Democratic Part VS neck this year It will puzzle the great common people to know why freesilver isnt just ns goollII thins or bad n thing now as it over was TJIE Goebelites have professed great regard for tho law If the U S Supreme Court should decide that Bcckham and his fellow pretenders have no legal right to the olllces will they step down and out Every wellinformed citizen in Kentucky knows they really hold the law right and justice in perfect contempt in their hearts and if they should submit to an adverse decision it will not be because of regard for the law but for fear of Uncle Sams army ONE of Mark Twains early jokes that he referred then to n paleo lithic origin represented a man as sitting down t a meal at a frontier hotel where there was nothing but mackerel and mustard on tho bill of fare But protested the guest I dont like mackerel Help yourself to tho mustard then blandly replied the landlord A good many folks find themselves in the same predicament in regard to imperialism They detest imperialism but Bryanism is as fiery and nonnutritivo as the mustard alone arun Porto Rico tariff bill including provisions for a civil government for the Island was passed by the louse and has beer signed by the President The principle involved is of vast importance though the tariff discriminations are rather insignificant in them selves Through the act Congress and the Administration assume the right to govern a territory outside tho Constitution of the UnitQd States whereas they have no polit byIupon As an illustration of how the people are not iu it in politics a dispatch in a Saturdays payer says that Mark Hanna held a conference with Senator Fairbanks of Indiana and chose him for Vice President on the McKinley ticket It is pret ty well uccepted that Bryan and Brynnslpeople wouldnt have stoodfor that in either big party but times aint what they used to be before the bosses learned how to dlay the great common people for great com mon suckers t 1 TIIEBE is not a skunk skin to be had for love or money in Cincinna ti and the distress signal ii hoist ed This terrible state of deprivation was brought about fby the Ohio legislature passing a bill prohibiting the slaughter of skunks and sale of their skins Public in dignation meetings may yet bring the Ohio solons to a realizing fense of their responsibility for heedless lawmaking A body might think the smell of skunk skins would never be missed among thoi power ful odors down in the commission house district but he doesnt know the Cincinnati blend of smells if he thinks the skunk can be withdraws and never be missed All perfum dopelikeuating feebler odors and fublend- ing a compound of smells into n harmonious symmetircal hole so to speak Visitors there j W will find a trip through tho side streets over the Rhine to find again tho worst smell that over was II delusion and n snare Nothing will restore Cincinnatis prestige as the cityof abominable smells except freetrade in skunk skins Ifi tl i 711 s + r =r 4JJd j p IIL f2I01 n SOMETHING NEWI aLLADIES MISSES CHILDRENS MENS and BOYS SHOES OWINGSVILLE OFJeverything STRICTLY Gillons THOSE having authority at the Paris Imposition lire reported to have rejected the Ii 100000 gold or ihled whichever it may be stat ue of Maude Adams as The Amer ican Girl Miss Adams is no ioubt a gifted young actress and a very attractive pcrtcn hut sIte iCfY fur from beinga typically pretty rielse nil her portraits dont do her justice Like the silver statue of Adu Itfhan ut the Chicago Fir tho gold statue is suspected of be ing pretty much ofn fake THE game between Britons and Boers is not so near played out asr it seemed u while back While Roberts is recuperating at Itlocm fontein the Boers arc overrunning the country and occasionally gain ing a victory that gives England the thumps The South AfriclIlII winter is just beginning may be that the Britishwill not get rein forccmcnls of men and i horses and proper equipments to advance before spring opens again Meanwhile the Boers being native and not having to get acclimated will have the advantage in sending out harassing expeditions to cut olF small bodies of troops and sup ply trains Tin iniptrijlislic idea is that Porto Rico in to bo held in bondage for the benefit of the United States and not for the benefit of Porto Rico Chairman Dick of the Na tionul Republican Committee explains it by saying that in the fu ture Porto Rico may become a cot ton producing and manufacturing territory and with cheap labor could then undersell the United States So the right to discrimin ate against Porto Rico must be exI erted by the United States That very same right exerted by King Georges government gave the American colonists the right to re bel and win their independence If the Hannus and Dicks are to bring this nation to adopt the castolF and condemned methods of George III of England matters nro in a bad way indeed Such policies will make the blood boil in the people who have become imbued with tho real spirit of Americanism The pity of it all is that It makes Bry unisiu as much of a menace as in 1896IA PLAN to combine the wheat growers of the world in u trust to curtail production and not sellIt bushel of wheat for less than one dollar is to be attempted at Paris France this year The scheme is1 very pretty but not very promising If all bands around could form a trust in every great line of production it would bust the trusts and protectionism but it is not practicable Tho best remedy for industrial nnd other ills is to go back to the simplicity of Jefferson inn Democracy with just enough government to protect the people in the fullest enjoyment of lifclib erty nnd the pursuit of happiness leaving the utmost freedom consis tent with the rights of everybody else Government is a necessary evil and the least governed people are the best governed Until the essentials of government arc well done it is worse than folly to essay nonessentials and paternalism There is nothing the nation and the several States need so much as- a bluepencil deletion of the stat ute books done in the spirit of Jeffersonian Democracy until the essentials of government are provi ded for and peoples inalienable freedom otherwise is restored What is necessary can bo well done provided mere governmental med dung is not attempted too- CORRESPONDENCE Sherburne Mrs L J Jones was in Cincin nati last week Mrs J B Swartz left last week for a visit to relatives in Chicago Easter exercises at the church Sunday evening were wellattended A good manyof our citizens attended Court in Mt Sterling Monday Sirs B M Goodpaster and son Alex of Owingsville were guests of the family of her brother C R Scott Sunday Knob Lick News scarce and work plentiful Oats seem to be slow in coming upSome gardening was done in the past few days The ore company continues to move quite a lot of ore The visitors at the Knobs wore fewer in number than usual IMrs J M Colliver sold a cow and calf to Lafayette Sorrell for 50 Henry Warrens house caught fire Sunday about noon damage slightFrom appearances there will be a peach crop if nothing further hap pens to it- Sundayschool was fairly attend ed Uur Superintendent was absent for the first time There were several visitors that took a part in the work which is appreciated by the school The meeting at this place was fairly attended Sunday Rev hoe tetter preached a veryable die course Bro Moore Bro Wm Sexton and Rev Davis attended the meeting j Clolhing Rats Furnishing Goods aDd Notions JAMES GILLON u Moores Ferry Elder Wesley Rluvins preached tt lltdrirks Saturday night and Sunday to largo and appreciative audiencesSromething shisilnr to grip seems to he prevailing to an alarming ex tent in this vicinity at this time Mr und Mrs Win Ingram Retina Carter Lee Bnty John Rice andh Myttlc Rico are all on the sick lists On Tuesday of last week as Fill more Purvis was coining down the river bank at lies old mill in a I spring wagon the wagon turned over throwing the occupants out and into the river Mr Purvis iwas very badly llUrtICrooks Sumo of the farmers here have planted cornJFritz Carmichael and family vie ted near Frcnchbtirg lust week Mrs Joo Swnrtz of Ml Sterling visited Mrs Ed Green SundnyI Your corpt is on tho sick list therefore news is scarce this weekj Chins Reed was called to Cainar go last week to attend the burial of motherMrs Warren visited her parents Mr and Mrs Riley Bailey here last week- Kcndrick Williamson and hisI mother left here last Monday a week ago for Decatur Ill Olympia Emory Bashford of Salt Lick was in town Sunday Mr and Mrs D R Bishop were Mt Sterling Fri nyIMiss Viola Cannon visited atI Salt Lick last week Miss Bertie Hall who hind been visiting at Stcpstone has returned home Miss Olga Hagaman is visiting her aunt Mrs J B Crosby near Criiigs Wm E Houston anti wife of Crooks visited Jno W McGlosson Saturday und Sunday Mrs Thomas and Miss Bessie Naper who had been visiting Mr and Mrs D R Bishop have returned to their home in Minneapo lie Minnesota Hlllsboro if iv L B Markwell was in Cincinnati last week Vanden Cooper of Orlando Fli is visiting friends here W Houston anti wife of Miner va moved here last week Robert Stewart John Gray Sam Saunders and Mrs Thus II Walton tire all Chute poorly Robert Haivkinf of St Joseph Mo eame in last week to attend the burial of his father Illdiard Hawkins Elisha V Payne hell at the home of John F Denton Tuesdayof last week at the age of 8G Interment the Hillsboro Cemetery Wednesday Richard Hawkins lied at his home near town Tuesday eve of last week nt the ago of 74 Interment in Hillsboro Cemetery He leaves a wife and three son- sGrango Citv Miss Anna Walton has been very sick T R Ratliir left Monday morn ing for Cincinnati Abncy Williams of Mt Sterling visited relatives here Saturday null SundayRev J W Gardner did not fill appointment bore Sunday on ac count of his mother being sick Miss Elan Estill of OivingsvSHe was the guest of Miss LeIHe Will roy and Mrs L B Newman last week The remains of Miss Betsy Likes who died near Ringoa Mill last week were interred at Fairviow bu rying ground Saturday Dr W O Phillips returned from Cincinnati Thursday after cow pleting his four years course nt Pulte Medical College We wish him great success Naylors Branch We welcome you back South SideWarren Warner has been very poorly but is some better Aunt Kitty Coyle was taken very poorly Sunday afternoon and is no better IW T Lath ram lost a yearling steer from eating clover one day last week There will bo Sundaytchool t Slate Valley every Sunday after noon at 2 oclock Elder Parker preached at Slate Valley Saturday night Sunday and Sunday afternoon It looks ns though spring had opened up again after another week of cold weather J B Lathram sold a yoke of oxen to Sam Lathram for 105 and also ono yearling steer for 28 Harry Coyle of upper Salt Lick was at the bedside of his aunt Mrs Kitty Coyle one day and night las week I W T Lathram nnd family of Wyoming visited James W Bar bera family Saturday night anff Sunday 4 ltn ki tf Bothol Misses Florence and Maggie Ar rasniith went to Carlisle shopping last week Mrs John Arrnsmtth is confined to her room stilFering with a badly sprained ankle George Donaldson anti wife of Winchester made a flying visit to Bethel Monday Mrs Cannon of Nicholas Co is pending a while with her daugh er Mrs C B Williams Walter Whaley and wife Robert Vilson wife and baby epent sever nl days with relatives near Millers burg last wcckiMrs Leo Ratlin and daughter Miss Essie of Nicholas count spent Friday with her sisterinlaw Mrs Scth Bolts D S Trumbo went to Mt Sterling Sunday to attend the funeral of It2t1 Barnes and remained un tilllondaJ it being County Court dayCoons Picratt of Jit Sterling s tho name of our new firm pro prietors of tho drygoods store Punch t Gatewood sold out to them last week Wvomme Coleman Templcman tho incur ance mutt was hero one day last weekMrs John Ellington and Mrs David Wilson of near Moorefield ware visiting relatives hero a few lays ago dayhereed quito a good sermon and every one seems more pleased with him every visit ho makes The visiting and visitors arc too numerous to mention in this place The remind one of caged birds when there comes n pretty lay They are flying hither and thither so glad to he out Mrs W S Estill anti daughter Miss Elan have been visiting rela ties and friends here for tho past week but Sirs Estill returned homo Sunday Miss Elan will remain u few weeks longer What a beautiful Easter morn BTU if wan a gifted writer I might u soMcthing nice and appropriate occasion but as I am new to iU business will ask to be spared IUi too harsh criticism until I acquaintedI Cralgs Butler Toy bought a work mule from Mr Snelling forUO Irc Ptrker filled his appoint ui t at Slate Valley Sunday James Snedegar of Rues Run wits the guest of his mother Mrs Melissa Snedegar Sunday Mrs James Snedegar and baby Howard were guests of her parents Butter Toyand wife Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Wells and little grandson Edward of Roes Run wore guests of the family of Butler ToyMr and Mrs Richard Ferguson and little granddaughter Alice visited the family of her soninlaw loose Staton near Hedricks Sunday Died Friday little Arthur Bramble aged nine years Interment at Old Virginia Saturday We extend sympathy to tho bereaved parents in their sad loss Weep not for him Hints dead and goneNor despair be driven Your child is saved through Jesus Christ Ho now has gone to Heaven Shed not for him tho bitter tear rogmtTis here The gem is sparkling yet Flat CreeK Alfred Steele sold a horse lust week for 45 John Dawson sold two milch cows lust week for 60 Leo Jones bought a load of corn last week at 3 per bbl George Darnell of White OakI visited here Saturday and Sunday Several youngsters from this place went to Slate Valley Sunday Wm Clark and wife of near Olympia visited friends here Sunday Mrs Ora Martt was in Mt Sterling shopping one day last week Some people will put on a long face and treat you awful nice while you are doing things for them but when work is done you are talked about by some Miss Lutie Quisenberry of Ew ington is teaching a successful spring echoolat Stoops She hat and those desira large patronage ous of an education should take advantage of this opportunity If your neighbor is not a subscriber to THE OUTLOOK and does not borrow it show him your copy of the paper after you have read it and ask him to subscribe for the best local paper in tho county Walker Gopher is now attending school at Stoops under the able tutorship of Miss Quisenberry Walter is determined to have an education and says that while some of the boys of a jealous disposition criticise him in his efforS they will live to see him climb the ladder of fame as one of the grea est orators Kentucky overproduce H ii4 Ot J Forge Hill The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs John Wright is better Mr and Mrs Sam Shnitz of Craigs spent Sunday at W W Williams Mrs J A Anderson and son Robert of Owingsville visited at J M Moores Sunday News was received hero last weeki from Amorct Mo that Mrs Fenwick is very ill Mrs F has been making her homo with her daughter Mrs P II Williams there for several years and her friends here are grieved to hear of illnessMarried Sunday morning in Maysville Miss Clio Williams and Walker Horseman Miss Williams is a daughter of Joe A Williams and is a beautiful and industrious little girl Mr Horseman is a son of Js8 Horseman and is a splendid young man May their lives bo cs bright as their wedding day is the wish of their many friends here Uppor Prickly Ash Harrison Swetnam is improving Mrs Ben Gillon is improving rapidly J R Manley sold a cow to Will Manley for 45 Georgo Keer was in Morgan Co last week trading Marshall Stone visited relatives in Montgomery Co last week E S Park and wife visited rel atives at Polksvillo Saturday and SundaySam Lathram bought ten head of long yeirling cattle of R F Tnpp at 32 per head R L Stone and wife visited Mr Stones fattier near Carlisle from Friday until Sunday W W Case and wife nnd little son Ilnrmon visited Mrs Cases parents in Fleming Co last week Elder Joseph R Jones of Lex ington Bible College will prtfach at Harpers schoolhouse next Sat urday night J Will Shrout of Mt Sterling Mrs Thomas Peters of near Beth el and Mrs Albert Wilson of near Bethel were guests of their mother Mrs Nancy Shrout last week Odessa Garrett Hawkins was here Saturday Mrs Sam Hawkins was taken suddenly very sick last Sunday night and is quite poorly- M A Garner sold a steer calf to Ed Anderson Sr last wetk for 25 to go at weaning time M M Manley wire and daugh ter of Wyoming were guests of L S Doyle and family Sunday Taylor Kerns and wife of Nick olas Co wcro guests of their aunt Mrs Sally Darnell Saturday and Sunday last Every member of J T Gudgells family except Mrs Gudgell was down in bed Sunday and Monday with influenza Born to II Clay Anderson nnd wife on tho 11th inst a girl This is four girls and neer a boyand Clay has his lower lip down below zero again Well we learn from the East Fork communication last week that there is in his vicinity a demand for more hats Next will be blisters nnd we kindly request the Dr to be prepared for that emer gencyThe little son of Enoch Sorrell which was operated on by Dr Jones some three weeks ago for hipjoint disease is getting along nicely and can walk some without his crutches now by some one leading him by one hand John Gudgell nnd Sam Jones are the only ones in this community that have planted any corn and they are both done Now we know of no others but have a mind to say Well we will say itthat Billy Wilson of Smoky is done planting as Billy is a very early bird and was talking of planting in March Old Aunt Jenettic Snedegar who had been in feeble health for sever al years died at her homo on Smoky Road on last Tuesday Fu neral at the house conducted by Bro B F Parker on Wodnesday after which the remains were taken to their last restingplace and laid in tho family burying ground She was tho last member of tho family of Jessie and Polly Gregory She leaves throe daughters to mourn her death Mrs Reader and Mrs Jas Mynhier of the mountain counties of this State and Mrs Chas Fielders of Oklahoma They have the sympathy of all in their sad bereavement Her youngest daughter Mrs Molly Fielders whom she had not seen for about 20 years arrived hero a few days before she died Mrs Recder also was at her bedside when she breathed her last Mrs Snedegar had been for many years and was at the date of her death a faithful mew ber of the Christian Church at White Oak and was a nice and ro spcctablo old lady Peace to her ashes And rest to her soul No more trials and troubles On earth to unfold Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK N r 11jJ lo J r- J7f i L i I StepstoneIDallas Barnes of Little Rock is here visiting friends nnd will work this season at this place J M Steele of Olympin was here Sunday to see his soninlaw Robt Itagan who is bedfast with the grip Robt Nixon wife and baby of Owingsville were here Sunday vis Mrs Ns sister Mrs B F Myers Jr Mr Mollic Shanklin and son of Mt Sterling were here Sunday visiting Mrs Ss mother Mrs GeoS Utterback Miss Mattie Payne and Miss Rosa Phipps went to Lexington Sunday to attend Easter services there and see friends Dr Alexander of Olympia was called here to see the baby of Mrs Moses Karrick The child is cut fering front toneilitis R T Myers wife and child vie ited Mr Ms fattier Sunday went from hero to Mt Sterling Court Monday returning home Tuesday It is reported that Milton P Lane has gone West to make his mark If true hope that he will show the right color as ho was surely taught right in his bringing upMiss Emma Kincaid spent last week in Mt Sterling visiting rein tives and friends She returned home Sunday bringing Miss Jessie Foreman along to visit her for sev eral days H C Mead who has been drum ming in the lower part of the State for two months was home on a flying trip part of last week He left for the same parts again Mon day morning Curran Crouch and family Asa M Crouch and family of the Slate neighborhood were guests of H C Mead and family Sunday Mrs Nancy Crouch is bedfast at Mr Meads with the grip THE SicnJas L Williams and son are both improving but very slowly Harrison Alexander is no better if as well Robt Ragan is about the same John Alexander is up and about again Mrs Nan cyCrouch is no better Etta Kar rickp child is some better B F Carpenter is better and will soot beout Mrs Shrout is better but not out of danger yet Dallas Barnes is down with the chills The Sn of Thos H Strata is some better Mo rehead We have decided not to run for President this year Rev E G B Mann of Paris visited his brother here last week Andrew Jackson Cheap of Salt Lick visited his friend in this town last Sunday Perhaps Little Bobs will take Christmas dinner in Pretoria but it will be Christmas 1900 Rev J A Sawyer of London began a protracted meeting at the Methodist Church Sunday Large quantities of lumber cross ties antI other timber products are beingshipped from this place- SIf preacherprognosticator is correct there will be a hot time in this old town next summer The people are somewhat agi tated over the prospect of a rail road from here to West Liberty Frying chickens will soon be ripe and if you want the best ones in th world you must come to Morebead When you are in Salt Lick lignin step in and see Dr Robbins collec tion of souvenirs ranging in ag from 100 to 140 years Shower and sunshine make the fruit lights and shadows successes and failures make the rugged sturdy character of mature life F P Blair killed a hog recently that lacked eighty ounces of weighing six hundred pounds and this has not been a good season for hogs either 0 Woman fair but fickle when will you learn that Easter is halS lowed bya risen Saviour not the day to flaunt your gaudy apparel in public Some of our neighbors are taking advantage of the good weather and are planting potatoes in their gar dons while someas heretofore will plant theirs in the moon There are 650000 white children of school age in the State of Ken tucky What a vast opportunity for good or evil the education of these children will be Admiral George Dewey was once the idol of the American people Mrs Deweys husband is just a common man and is not even re spected by the newspaper cartoon ist Every dog has his day A farmers trust to raise thiS price of wheat is talked of trouble has always been with the farmers that they will not stick to gether let them unite and they carr be tho most independent people of the nation Forest fires havo been raging on the hills for tho last few days Kentucky Mountaineer Those who are acquainted with the ragged and denuded hill sides surrounding this little city car hardly apply the dignified term of forest to the few trees that remain f1o 4 f 1 i I- tI h11G 1 J J l J trjSouthSlde Several cases of measles in thla 2 neighborhood 1 r jWelch p 1 fr1tJohn Armitage is very low and iTheguished by the recent rains i 1Bi Tom Warner of Judy sold at horse at Owingrville for 80 c jifJess Wills of Rothwell was kill ed by a tree falling on him 1Oj Jack Ballard and wifeof Crooks are rejoicing over a new baby girli byElders j reUo2frIendsfor Iowa JSurveyor Albert Shrout was out this way last week exercising his jacobatalF 1 lTheres a new boy baby at tho home of Shiny Belwareof French Jburgand he rejoiceth thereat C With the medium of TUB OUT LOOK we keep in touch with all places in our county and adjoining 1 onesS t Buyers are picking up all the good horses in this section The demand is good and the prices very 1 i good f F Plant an advertisement in THE f OUTLOOK and will roach more orfthe1 i Beckhamism at Frankfort r Ethan Spike an old honest negro Jr1 Democrat at Spikeville baa offered 1 a reward of 10 and no doubt bnt what tho assassin will be caught Tom St ton and WillisNorris who have been have jinto tidyness accidentaJ1rfeJ1 and was run over breaking one of injuringThe writer recently attendedE1three nice socials on Hinkston by Misses Hattie Todd Lottie Wren pleasanthome John Craig Jr made quite anaimprovement in our town by build ing a large blacksmith shop and the music of his hammer is beard from early morn until twilight Dewey being n Republican by birth a Democrat by marriage and a warrior by profession he is likely to be knifed like Caesar in the house of his friends by the politi clans of Rome What would become ofa ne18cpaper if its editor shou11Ira to the advice of various people who woiflcttRstwRLjiim fVwto run his bustiicss71nquire of those who tried it and have since retired Wo would advise you to keep on your flannel for a while yet invor der to maintain good health and if you should doubt the reliability of the Kentucky groundhog as a weather prophet please riso and be j counted A W Knrrick William Daniel and soninlaw Will Leo and fam ilies will start for Iowa this week by land to wake that country their home We are sorry to lose such ja good neighbors and citizens but fwhat is our loss is Iowas gain We read the following in a paper t printed in Clay Co Mo in the V Thorntoll items written by the able pen of Miss Nellie Jones Wo received a letter last Monday from James Kendall of Kentucky Mr p Kendall was our neighbor and cor respondent for this paper about two years ago in the Southwest v corner and was a splendid writer The way he used to roast some of i us was sad He has a host of warm friends here who will be glad to know that he is still alive if he is on dangerous ground Jim had better come back to Gods country and write items than to dwell in If thea fi tion law j The Son of God was crucified by an enraged and devilish mob yet for nearly nineteen centuries heVhas been ruling in the hearts of millions of men and controllingt the destinies of nations W S j Taylor hap been crucified and lied upon by a howling mob on a cross of 100000 but he will yet riseio rule this government which Beckbam and his kukluxband of lawabiding 41 citizens know ho was elected to and in his administration a nation of freemen will be blessed If tha Supreme Court has any jurisdiction over that rotten Legislature Taylor 4will get his just rights and that is I what they dont want him to have Just think the partisan contest of corruption has cost the taxpayers 4 of Kentucky about 75000 What T do the farmers think of that Be fore making up their minds they should ask themselves the cause of this immense expense and every one whether desirous or otherwise 1 is forced to the conclusion that it J is the effect of Goebelism and then those good old Christians will in terrogate Who brought about the 3 contest The only answer is A pack of hungry officeseeking curs who were beaten at the polls in spite of tho onesided counting m a chine by at least 35000 votes SCIILEIGUSb For a Good Shave on FIRSTCLASS HAIRCUT oa SHAMPOO ao TO THE Parlor Barber Shop In cellar under OwIugsvillo BankIng Co Special attention paid to clean Ing and trimming ladies and chil yourhoose S t ROBERT JOHN t 1 tl y r 1 f I 19 Jj gt L v t 1 ii o1 r