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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r b D t gt ih I V f J i 1 o fY lr rO t f W1i h r c rf4 =f t T iorr JJ4 I t4 s 11 1 k it fcf Jfl 4 I c f l tI i r t rbe gturnitiillt utLook t f PtoL 4 tf I 4 i A 0 r v Sr I r 4 I 111 IVOL XX I OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 26 1900 rin dn f= 5 When you have a news Item or wish to communi cateVIth THE OUTLoOKI office by phono up 7 E C PKHUT DenUFt located oer JiI Rlcharts store OQlco hours 8 to 12 a DL i 1 to 5 p m Olirer Plow Points ut the old price Vulcan and Brlnlty Points heap ECGENE MINIDAH A S Strother has commenced work on his brickyard If you have never had ono of the stallion J S Browns colts consult parties that have for size style and action DR GWCONNKU Sant Foley of color caught n 4tlbcatfish in Slate Creek Sunday Afternoon Tom Xeene is the best cigar in the world For sale by Brother Goodpatter 2 Dawion Jb Conner bought Mon day ot Dick Bigstaff a 5yearold bay horse for 100 FOR SALEA purebred 175lb Poland China boar cheap C W HOXAKER SR Sunday morning a young mare 1 belonging to Ed L Bvro C got on I tangled in a wire fence and vasj 1badly cut in the forearm w IMy stock of dross goods is new sand stylish and 1 will not be under Old bj anyone MRS D S ESTILL Tbe Ladies Aid Society will meet at the Christian Church Thursday afternoon April 26 at 3I oclock A full attendance is ear nestly desired Vulcan is the best Chilled Plow The points always fit Every plow warranted by Eugene Minihan Wm W Perry exCounty ClerkI has bought out tho grocery bus mesa of Gault Wells Co and will continue the business at the same stand Gault Wells Co retain the saloonIFoa SALE CUEAPA ladys sadI die good as new Apply at rUEI OCTLOOK office Rev ChItS F Leonard of lower Slate bridge assisted by Rev BollI ing of Mu Sterling will begin a protracted meeting at the Presby FIter1n Church next Sunday iDoIkrep hats Wen no not Vcryjonjr for our stockls eb pretty id S so low that the ladies arrjttKeurou quickly Cull on us t EeryLhIngnewlI EdrT S Tinnley united in xaariagearhis residence Monday nrrnFng Mr Frank linage of Brtirbun Co and Miss May Zcllu q cb elof StSstone They gd home that morningb 1jjesbt6ck lowest prices a1iiIJ hestPWwgearingi3recch II Check t etc tf KHE MIKIHAK ilAlette front WM Hornback J dersoaInd expresses pleasure saysft8Haa ples to I Te fid all are well satis lei tt TB Sfereui the funsraf direc Vieity ks thoroughly qualified him selfbr pr sarrilgihe Jifelike app c fnceoC the dead having his 4j1a fro two embalming lds and 10years experience H psupwithth times 2t t ABSKKTurxpEp The family of a fareer near town ar Taughing at him euseof an abentrnindede trick hie played on last week He wears a much patched b pair of breeches at work Tbee rala kept him in the house and he bad put on a good pair He had toaikea tIp totownacI accord 4 ing to uetJIl9n going out beI ade the 1IIe ack to l1lsj patched breech and wore item to tewa it ethbrgsias IB lawns and It1es that I am offering I Iciiow Iea pfease you it MRSD S ESTurI Q r LLomsA Jm xThe county chairman of the district met at Winchester and called the RepubI ucaeonveitIoato meet at Louisa 4 LairreBceCo June 5tb to nom I hate a candidate for Appellate Jwlge They the dfs trict committee by electing J L McCoy of Bell Co Chairman and C G McAlistej of Owingsville Secretary 1It Money by getting tho best Tbe Malta and the Double Shovel 1Inews JEuoESE MISIHAV T TO LKTPjEinLBTOH Ur John Miss Anna Swill marriage1JsaJUfseosrin the presence of a num alwrif f MlMtTM and a few other frMitiIk BlaiIey in a most iMa MifIIleefHIlony pronounced the I Wsdsthatun1t life two loving JiaartsV The parlors wore beautifully arrayed Mil the wedding march was pfJUeW1neheeteDeoerat MkPe dkton is well known to MyVatk MHRiy society people S4IgbeeIOf the charming MMriMn fMiM Mary Crocketts MM partyai Sharpsburg last uRRu flecaAjfnends1 this Co u eU B iMJter1IChJo1and hip l- BI i i I f f Lcc J tJlo 1Jo i t Iti 1 I 1 Jij1J x1 i ttoq rf 7 J FOR THE LADIES Neat Nobby New is the line ofSILKS DIMITIES PIQUES ORGANDIES AND EVERYTHING IN WASH FABRICS MISS OLCA MOORE An 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 Ma Our completeWeI WE LEAD IN CARPETS RUGS AND LACE CURTAINS COODPASTER COONS c COMPANY OWINCSVILLE KY LIandat the Owings Houre from April 21 to Monday evening April 30 to treat all sore eyes and furnish glass Examination free RcrrnMCAV OBOANIZATIOX The Republicans met at the Courthouse hero Saturday and elected Reuben Gut gel Stanton Hamilton and Robert Foley to serve as commit teemon from the three Owingsville precincts The county convention will meet here next Saturday to choose delegates to the Congressional convention of tho 9th district at Ashland Also tho County Committee will be organized and a Chairman and Secretary elected T S Shrout will sell you a new buggy from 35 upor trade for any kind stock or old vehicles He will save you money Plenty to select from dont lose money by not seeing him 404 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAKKET By George R Snyder of the Stono Tobacco Warehouse CoApril 21 1900Our market this week has shown a good deal of irregularity the general reason of this is that tIle breaks have been mainly made up of the cowman and nonde script grades of tobacco which have been in soft order Where good to fine leaf and lugs were offered the weather has been so damp that all Ihe tobacco showed up in softer order thun it other wise would have done if the weather had been dry A good deal of to bacciVTilfercd this week has been C1 tKfci Tiff rjvipt t ii week have been very light with large sales going to show that we are drawing heavily upon stocks which have ben in the market some weeks The time has come when holders wish to get ridof their tobacco in market before warm weather sets in We look a strong market when tobacco egins to move in good order Ax OFiERIC you want all tho news local and foreign a dailyand two weekly papers send us six dollars and you will receive for ono year The morning Herald of LoxI ington The Kentucky Stock Farm and TOE OUTLOOK BOOK NOTICES Discoverers and Explorer1 By Edward R Shaw Dean of the School of Pedagogy New York University 12mo cloth 20 pages illustrated Piico 35 cents American Book Company New York Cincinnati and Chicago The foregoing is a little elemen tary work intended as supplementary reading for tho pupil studying historyand geography relating in brief form and simple style the of the great discoveries and explorations of the earths surface beginning with the voyages of the Nortnmen inhabiting Iceland and ending with those of Henry Hudson who first navigated the river bearing his name In BO far as such reading may be deemed advisable for young pupils this work fills the bill admirably Dickens Tale of Two Cities Edited for schools by Ella Boyce Kirk Eclectic School Readings Cloth 12mo 304 pages Price 50 cents American Book Company New York Cincinnati and Chicago The publishers say that a few paragraphs and chapters not neces sary to the continuity of the story were left out No doubt the editor had plausible reasons for an abridgment for school purposes but such editing is an abomination to mature readers and student Perhaps the majority of the Amer loan readers of some of the great masterpieces of the worlds litera ture Don Quixote Robinson Cru soe etc owe their knowledge of them to an abridged and otherwise mutilated reprint of those works and if in after years they discover the imposition put upon them they are moved to wrath against the ed itors and publishers However there is no deception in this case ol Dickens great work which impressing vividly upon the of the average reader tho horrors of the terrible French Revolution is infinitely better than any history of it can Jbe v Then ted stallion JS Brown will mai the season of 1900 at the tame bamon upper Prickly Ash The get of this horse bring the biggest prices You will make no mistake if you breed to this cele brated stallion DR G W COXNEK I I t4 Why is it that one of the get or J S Brown sold in tho full of 1899 for 2SO when BO many horses bred by other stallions sold for less than 100 Simply because tho got of J S Brown have tho size style and shape Du G W CONNEM Tnt LIVING AOIThe living age has developed art science and many improvements which are re sults of expcrituenterscheniists and microscopiste and one of the most important points of art and science as n sanitary measure is tho proper disposal of our dead embalming and preserving tho dead human bodies Ancient history teaches us that it has been practiced by nations for ages The Egyptians embalmed their dead from a very different standpoint from that of the present day and age they be lieving that the soul wouldreturn and live in the body again in tho tomb not dreaming of the various germejand tho putrifactivo bacteria they deposit in the tomb to hasten decomposition nnd to devour the body and develop in the atmos phere or be carried out by somo water vein and setting up new diseases hastening the living to pay tho same penalty to be buried beneath the ground without the proper attention to mafco food for the never resting earth worm that fretteth us The Egyptians em balmed their dead by a tedious process occupying forty days to complete the operation in which they deprived the body ofnil its internal secretion and allof the adipose or fatty substance that could be removed in which the bodies wire always badly mutilated Ieoplo living under the present ago of improvement would not have such methods practiced on their dead nor its it necessary for them to be practiced The methods of embalming have improved as every other profession Time experiments and study will elevate our knowledge to per form practical service to protect the health of the living masses keeping the cities towns and ham lets in a sanitary condition which must be done by the practical use of chemicals or by cremation Science needs to be rend to bo appreciated Elevnting entertain ing and instructive it embraces every department of knowledge It contains something for every variety of taste It is indeed vul uable to the embalmer and sanitar ian who has neither time nor op portunity for scanning Our methods of embalming are far superior to those practiced by the Egyp tians as tho time occupied in per forming a practical operation is two hours No cutting nor muti lating the body The chemicals used circulate as the blood circu lates during life sterilizing the body making the tissues firm and tho features lifelike killing the bacteria that will hasten discolor ation decomposition and putrifac tion which if let run will make it very disagreeable for relatives and friends to look upon Think of what it is te undergo after placed in its final resting place The dead human bodies should always be intelligently treated with chemicals not only for tho future of the body but as a sanitary measure for the benefit of the living keeping the poisonous gases of the contagious and infectioQs diseases from es caping I do not mean to convey the idea that all bodies can be sat isfactorily embalmed as some of out socalled embalmers would have you believe whose knowledge is very limited in the art and science those who graduated at a twodays call without an examination but I do assert without fear of contra diction that all bodies practically treated will not undergo the state of decomposition at any time but will gradually return to dust We should establish for tho better protection of life and health to pre vent the spread of contagious diseases regulating the practice of embalming and the care and dispo bodiesrwhotwilljnasses and render strictly first 1class anoT modern services when called uponin thc hour of trouble ELEVEN PICTOBES AND A PHOTO BUTTON POR 25 CENTS at Coylos Photo Gallery Will go out of town to take groups if desired Will be here a short time only Over J M Richnrts store The Outlook and Daily Evening Post 385 4 t ft of1l1nroom next door to Harris meat store Como to see mo Yours C P MANN AT His OLD TIIICKS None knows him but to damn himour old friend tho enemy who hustles around under the name and aliases TheGripTheAcute Nasal Catarrh and most any other old name He is highly important if not lovable or oven admirable lie is in our midst now on one of his periodical ram pages and something of his career and character may be of interest His age is as much a mystery of the ages as that of some old bach carpetThltwriters wore acquainted with him but didnt know him well enough to circumvent him and they cant be crowed over much by the moderns Alongabout the Fifteenth contury everybody became perfectly famil iar with him by intimate experi ence and ho has never allowed the acquaintanceship to lapse in any generationIn Soventeenth century the Italians ascribed him to the malig nant influence of the stars hence meaninginfluence other names since but has never lost his influence and plays to Silhiecleverness gave him n name conso chutacIfurwhich in English is simply The Grip The French nnmo is de rived from the verb gripper mean ing to pounce upon to catch hold of or to nubn prisoner To have an attack of the iitluetiza in French grippedTheit is themselves for if he doesnt grip you and trifle with your grip on the thread of life what does he do Ab the French in their paradoxic al way thought a heap about him and mighty little of him when they named him La Grippe and the aptness of the cognominal distinchlion will never be tionedWhen a horse has the influenza the French call it EPIZOOTIE which is a word of Greek derivation possibly a name for a sort of up thesnootic disease The Americans epizooticand later gave it the AngloSaxon name of pinkeye which is well enough Whether people first caught the disease from horses or beIterrible nightmares which might indicate its equine origin In the latter event it is a horse on man The physician sometimes calls it nasal catarrh from its usual first symptoms which is a sensation in the nostrils similar to that experi enced by tho greenhorn when his confidence is betrayed by the smart young drug dork with the hartsIhorn bottle during the first experience of that imp among the powerfuland vilesmelling things that are popularly supposed to make a sanitary impression upon the human system Then the name is in a way suggestive for tho patient thrums and thumbs hisca tarrh in a manner to boat the band It is a distinctly catarrhal disoasebut its a great many other things some of which wouldnt look well named in print Though physicians differ as to how to cure the disease all agreo on one point namely that one must first catch it before curing thpreby reiterating tho wisdom of tbo old English cook book which in telling how to cook a hare prefaced the culinary directions with the in junction First catch your hare However only the ignorant would suppose that it was any feat to brag of to catch the grip a child can catch it and a body can catch iteven while running away from it Why just sit still and its likely a not to hunt you up and unite its destiny with yours without so much asby your leave Hold on I There are blunders in the foregoing paragraph errors of fact You never catch the grip for the grip catches you Nobody was ever known to throw it a dogfall even let alone getting it down It catches you it rouzels you and touzels you and makes you soro allover and in other parts of the body as well as in mind and soul After YL it has caught you and fastened its youteellikthe counting of the votes when he peopledidnttired and depressed feeling Oh Ill take sonio doctors truck go to bed and sleep it off remarks the poor victim But tired natures sweet restorer that usually knits up the raveled sleeve of care plays more tricks on the sulForer than a mischievous monkey on a scdutc Tomcat What dreams do comol Tantalus up to his chin in water nnd yet forever perishing for n drink i Ixion doing the original scorching act on his fiery wheel burning the wind i Orestes pur sued by tho Furies Prometheus growing liver for the vultures to banquet on fresh nnd hot from his quivering insides limpid streams that turn to oldfashioned vermi fugo as you stoop to drink i goysers of ooze from tanvats showering you i and finally an earthquake that shakes the universe until it rolls together as a scroll and you are awake You think the worst ache is somewhere in your head until you locate it in your back und then it shifts around until for big money you couldnt tell where it hurts worst Your breathing re- mInds you ofan nccordenn with the asthma and you feel like you would give anything for a few hatfuls of air from the top of some reezy mountain You are burning ip but to think of the cold weather clullqUlckerfjpnimible person couldnt enntract with you to feed you on Delmonico banquets at five cents a week for you truly believe youll never again want n mouthful to eat And so you go on as the fellow laid become convalescent nnd steadily get worse each day of your convalescence You never really get well until you shell your things to fight the man who tells you that theres no difference between thoU grip and a bad cold f PERSONAL Milton Kincaid was in Mt Ster ag SundaytSterlingTuesday John A Ramsey was in Cincinnati last week on business Ed Myers made a business trip to Lexington and back Tuesday L D Harris of Lexington came Sunday on a visit to 0 C Harris Walter Coylo was in Mt Sterling and Lexington Saturday and Sun dayS T Howard of near Judy was visitor at Jacob Warners last weokMrs c Ed AIcGinety left Saturday t to visit at Falmouth and Mt Olivet some weeks Miss Elan Estill of Wyoming visited relatives in town Saturday and Sunday JoinedhisAllens Saturday C G McAlister attended the Republican commitee meeting at Win chester Monday A N Denton went to Cincinlnati Thursday on business firm of Paxton fe DORtonC Miss Nettie Wade of Montgomery Co came last week to visit her sister Mrs Robert Coyle M D Paris went to Cincinnati Thursday to purchase some new outfits for his livery stable J S Goodpaster of Judy was tho guest of Lee Goodpaster near town Saturday and SundayI Mr and Mrs W F Mark of Flat Creek wore guests of relatives in town several days last week Mrs Elva Catlott and Miss Jennlo Elliott made a visit to Mi Sterling Wednesday of last week Mr and Mrs Emmet Fratman- of Lexington came last week visit Mr and Mrs S E Fratman Malkyre Lathram who bad been visiting relatives in Owen Co for some time returned homo Monday Miss Elizabeth Moore returned home Sunday after a severaldays visit to her parents near Olympian SpringsJohn Robertson has secured a position under his cousin Wm T Daugherty in tho express ofilco at Evansville lad S B Gorrell of Sharpiburg and Mrs Alfred Hendrix of Shorburne wore guests at Mrs Lide Kincaids Saturday S P Atchison had to return to Louisville Wednesday morning to operationMrs G R Armstrong of Preston and Mrs Ed Grubbs of Mt Sterling were guests of Mrs Turner Perry Sunday Miss Myrtle Stout returned home Sunday from a several days visit to her sister Mrs John W Wilson near Mt Sterling I Mr and Mrs Carroll C Chon ault of Mt Sterling visited Mr IIInd Mrs N R Patterson from Sat uiday till Monday ShnrpaburgI gallerythereClay Byron went to Cincinnati Monday on a business trip On his return ho will stop at Falmouth to visit friends for several days attendingWLexington spent from Friday night until Sunday with his parents here K JlattersNicholas county were guests of Capt W P Conner Sunday and Monday Wlnehesteri1Iis5ling Mr and MrSDS Trumbo oT1rcTh l v sited Mrs Tll Brown Monday daughterMisNancy Mrs Ida Elliott Friday Miss Julia Elliott accompanied them home for n visit s Mrs O F Byron went to Paris Wednesday of last weokl to visit relatives but returned home Sat urday on account of the smallpox gjare down there Thomas Y Neshitt of Maysville arrived last Thursday to spend a few days with his brothers James and Andrew J Nesbitt He re- urned home Saturday Judge Roland C Burns of Cat lettsburg was here Thursday in the interest of his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Judge of tho Court of Appeals Mr and Mrs Wm Peed and Mrs Johnson and children all of Grassy Lick Montgomery Co were guests of G A Peed and family a day or two last week J Clay Donnan left last week for Cincinnati where he will put physiianGeneseo New York to visit rela iveeisMrs Press Barnes daughters Misses Ethel May and Clydeu Misses Eaima GrahamMary Crooksd and Mary Lewis Armstrong Peeled Oak and Preston spent Fri day with Mr and Mrs Wm Hart and family on Roes RunKHon James A Barnes Accompanied by his wife wont to Winchesttar Sunday to meet with btoag the convention to nominate a candidate for Appellato Judge to succeed Judge Hazelrigg from this district CORRESPONDENCEa CONTINUED KBOlt FOURTH CAGE Stepstone John Carmichael spent Sunday with Mrs Cs father G W Carter is on Salt Well S R1I Pitman has rented MrsMKountzs grass on Stepstone B Henry for 85wH S Bittinger has rented tho yBranchIYo had a small race war on upper Stepstone Saturday Ask Marion Phipps as to tho particulars Hondcrson Phipps rented of Alex Glover through his guardian Danl Harper who put it at auction last Saturday his grass at 4 per acregH T Montjoy of Ewington who was hero helping his uncle C B Reid to break his young horse for d tSundayto harness t tiii7iJfi c FARMERS cfi f f Ma Al 1 J itI AM PREPARED TO FURNISH YOU THE rf c BEST PLOWS AT THE LOWEST PRICES tThe VULCAN Is the best CHILLED PLOW jHALLSThe GENUINE MALTA Is the best DOUBLESHOVEL PLOW 41I have the largest best and cheapest stock of jPlows CoIlarsMy HANDMADE SADDLES AND HARNESSare THE BEST andtheEUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KY I r Kincai4SUCCESSORS tInAgents for Old Barton Whiskies and Fine Wines f Cor Main Jefferson Sis Phone 8 = = = 1 PAXTON AND DENTON SUCCESSORS TO PAXTON SON UNDERTAKERS dealers in- FURNITURE MASONIC BLDC 0WINGSVILLE E PALMER COONSSUCCESSORS TO LIGHTFOOT SHROUT 4 jiBLACKSMITHINC AT R0CKB0TT0M PRICES All Work Guaranteed Give Them a Call 1 PRESIDENTIAL e ELECTION YEAR y1fi AiTiJ you want the news You also want Editorials worth the reading We make this unprecedented offer for the period of three months You can securejTHE MORNING HERALD Of Lexington Ky the great paper of the rBlue Grass JOfHorse Paper of the Country and The Outlook FOR ONE YEAR FOR SIX DOLLARS Price of The Morning Herald alone 600 Price of The Kentucky Stock Farmalone 200 Price of The Outlook alone 100 6 ALL FOR SIX DOLLARS 6 tft Press Williams of Sharpsburg visiting at his brother Jas Ls Frank Brown wife and son Clyde were here spending Sun ay with Mrs Bs sister Mrs John Kiirrick Sr and it being Clydes birthway he was presented ith one dollar by his aunt Mrs He was 7 years old H O Wood and wife of Thorn own Ind are hero the guests of Mrs H C Mead Mrs W is in ad health hut hopes it will not ast long for last fall when she was here she improved all the time and we hope this spring weather will also be good on her OUR SICKJas L Williams is- bout the same His son Neal is up and about in the house Harrison Alexander is no better John Alexander Sr is up and about Mrs Shrout is better Mrs Crouch up and about the house Mrs P Steele is down with a bad hope she will soon be up rs Etta Karricks child is better hos II Steelcs child is about ell Mrs A W Donobew is bettor than she has been for several ears SPRING 1900 TREESI PLANTS I VINES Everything for orchard lawn and arlen Tho largest stock in Kentucky of Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape vines Strawberry plants Asparagus Rhubarb and goods or- inarliy grown in such an establish General Nursery nnd Straw erry catalogues to be had on appli to U F HlLLKNMEYER Lexington Ky 2 HARPER Whisky Is liquid music bottled poetry ripe mellow refresh 4- ting and delicious Sold by J W iLane Owingsville Ky Kellitlo penonot nwetimnlc ortamulr mfixt nl WWlIIIDOIIaDdThe LAXZiIT COD t C RAILWAY TIMECARD EFFECTIVE OCT 53 1555 Express Trains for lAiuIsrlHe Lerxtngtoa 1 Cincinnati Washington JJeir York and Eastern Cities TIME or TBAISSAT PMBSTOX BTATIOJ- TBAITBOC9D j Nol4iamNo22l23pmNo24lOOpraWZTflOtJiCD Ioil6TamNoSiiIpmNo 3W pm Daily except HUP Jay All others dally For Information regarding rates sleep Ing car reservations call on or address AeentCAO Ralltruy Preston Station G W BA RNET CB BTAN DPA Asst jPLLexington Ky CincinmatKO 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 We Want Your Name For PASTIME the best youths and family illustrated story papr out 16 largo pages on trial six mouths for lOc In stamps Watches Guns Bicycles etc free Address THE TASTIMK Co Loaisville Ky Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK ii r rl py I 1 T I owingsviiie Outlook OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO Publisher L OW1XGSVILLE KENTUCKY THE FLIRT ThtlV a wln alittle maiden 1 Up my way I Whi Bjliughlng and alaushlnp 4 All the day heraIn a dozen ways or Till I have to run for cover Far away c1pi1 fleas my heart but you must stop It Windsome maid Of the flrt who mixes philters And Im afraid buldes w cannot marry Ar no matttr how we tarry For youre JUlt a Utile fallI Baby maid i But I love you very dearly 4 All the same 5 Even though Im not acquainted With your name And Im sure that It would hurt me 1 meI11 Just the same You areour and I am forty agejayou cannot s Even gauge As I see you hands fo dirty With mud pies but eyes so ftlrl7 lion I wish that you were thirty I Years of age Kenneth llcrford In Detroit Free Press j 4 A stirring Story at jjjiy Life in rxe Iip rtcG ICopyricbt 1899 by F Tennyww Netljr CHAPTKK VII CONTINUED L The carpenter came and he and two or three of the guard laid hold of one 4endof the plank after its nails were drawn and with little exertion ripped it ofT the other poMt Then everybody held his breath n minute Mare d and a ii fcmall majority iwore So far from its bdng open to cats cans and rubbish the space on that tide was filled solid ywithdamp heayea Imaln vertical 1allextending from floor to ground Canker almost ran around to the oppo site side and had a big plank torn off there Within was n wall as damp S solid and straight as that tint discov itredandbO when examined were the r other two sides provided CankerV face was a sturdy and the board gazed anti waaprofoundly happy 1 At last the colonel exploded By Jupiter They havent got away a 3latall then There isnt a flaw in the 4isand wail anywhere They must be hiding about the middle now Come on gentlemen and around he trotted to the front door Sergeant he cried tik get out nit the prisoreraiI their 0 z every blessed thing theyve frgot I want to examine that floor 1 Mot of Ihe guardhouse birth were I i out chopping wood and Canker danced in nmong the few remaining loading them with bedding belonging to their fellows until every item of clothinganil furniture was shoved out of the room t One member of the board and one only failed to enter with lila associates a veteran captain who read much war- literature and abhorred Canker To the dewbegan poking about the 4wooden curb that ran alang the roail making a low revetment or retaining caII for theearth cinders and gravel that distributed over the sand had been hopefully tietignatrd a sidewalk 3 by the owners of the tract Presently he came sauntering back and both sen tries within easy range would have i worn he was chuckling Canker greeted him with customary asperity What do you mean sir by absent ing yourself from this investigation when you must have known I was with the board am V it the benefit of tlc infonuou had gatheredV- I41 was merely expediting matters colonel While you were looking for where thrs went in I was finding where they got oirt Went in what Got out of what snapped Canker Their tunnel sir Its Libby on a small scale over again They must 4 4 hove been ut work at itat least ten 1 ignorejngover the floor the veteran battalion j foimuander sauntered across the room 4stirred up a slightly projecting bit of flooring with the toe of his boot and gxxIel10ughmay understand at And when pried lip and lifted away a snugly fitting trap door about two ifeetsqunrc there yawned beneath hi lending slantwise downward in the 4 tbrouJltbez a btrengtbcned here and there with lids t and sides of crackerboxes Now if I sir2s1captain imperturbably leading the l J way and 1nD lialfdazed yet wholly in command of his stock of blasphemy r followed At the curb in the midst of a lot ofloose hay from the bales dumped t there three days before the leader dis lodged with Ida sword the topof a clothe Ing box that bad been thickly covered c with sand and hay and there was the outlet Easy as rolling ofTa log colonelsaid ild Cobb with a sar doneri3rested being a whit the wiser They sawed a panel out of the floor scooped the and out of this tunnel banked it solid against the weather boarding in side filled up the whole space pretty near but ran their tunnel under fence gutVsentries then walked away free men asF Those three thieves who got away were si old hands The other men in the guard pttollon5thanccto go with em I spose youll icleaee my sergeant and those sentries I tow 111 do nothing of tIe kind an andl4ZZre1t 4 I t l i i JourhiceVell 3t Gray will be relieved to mayf5t4f1kr tfr mischievously Mr Gray be Mr Gray has everything to answer for shouted the l1ang red colonel It was he who tele phoned for a carriage to meet and run those rascals off Mr Grays fate is icilcd lie can thank God I dont slap hint into tbe guardhouse with his FL chosen associates but be shant es t1 cape Sergeant of the guard post a stntry ovijr Lieut Grays tent with or vdrj to allow iio one to enter or leave it 1wliiuIll II j written authority Mr t t v 44rg rI 7 k Z S 4 F jtr 4 4 0J1Q cd Y Gray sball pay for this behind the prison bars of Alcatraz CHAPTER VIII Social circles at West Point at long rare intervals are shocked by a scandal and at short ones say every other mini iner are stirred bysome kind of h sensation and the Fairy Sisters were the sensation of the year S7 They came in July they went in September and meanwhile they were on the go as they expressed it from morn till late at night Physically they were the lightest weights known to the hop room Mentally ns their udmircrs in the corps expressed it cither of them can take a fall out of any woman nt the Point and this was especially true of the elder Mrs Frank Garrison whose husband was on stuff duty in the far west lloth were slight fragile tiny blondes with light blue eyes with lighter fluffy hair with exquisite little hands and feet with oval prettily shaped faces and the younger the maiden sister had a bewitching mouth and regular snowy dots of teeth of which she was justly proud Yet as has boon previously said of Mrs Prank while the general effect was in the ease of each that of an extremely pretty young girl the elder had no really good features the younger only that one They generally dressed very much alike in light flimsy gowns nnd hints gloves and summer shoes all of dna zling white sometimes verging for a change to a creamy hue but colors except for sashes anti summer shawls seemed banished from their ward robes They dance divinely said the corps and preferred cadet partners to the joy of the battalion They rode fearlessly and well anti hail stunning hints anti habits but few opportunities for display thereof They ranic tripping down the path front the hotel every morning fresh and fair as daisies in time for guard mounting and ct any hour after that could be found chat ting with cadet friends at the visitors tent strolling arm in arm about the shaded walks with sonic of their many admirers until time to dross for the evening hop where they never misscd u dance antI on rainy days or on those evenings when there was neither hop nor band practice they could be rotund each in some dimly lighted secluded nook about the north or west piazza or on the steps leading down to the Chain Battery Walk sometimes stir rounded by a squad or cadet friends but more frequently in murmured teteatete with only one cavalier In the ease of Mrs Frank no member of the corps seemed especially favored She was just the same to every one In the rase of her younger sister Miss Terriss there presently developed a dashing young cadet captain who so scientifically conducted his campaign that he headed off almost all compet itors and was presently accorded the lead under the universally accepted theory that he luau won the little ladys heart Observant women and what women are not observant of each other1declared both sisters to be des Iterate flirts Society at the Point frowned upon them and mutter the first formal call or two dropped them e- ntirelya thing they never seemed to resent in the least or even to notice They were never invited out to tea or dinner on the postsolemn functions nowhere near so palatable as time wills pcred homage of stalwart young man hood Nita is yet such a child she infinitely prefers cadet society nnd I always did like boys explained Mrs Garrison Some rather gay old boys used to run up Saturday afternoons on the Mary Powell mind spend Sunday at the Point Wall street nen of 50 years nail much lucre J tar old friends of fathmcrsfrs Ftuiik used to say and Ive him ply got to enter tain them Entertained theyccc tainly were for her wit and vivacity were acknowledged on every side and entertained not only collectively hut severally for she aluays managed to she each his hours confidential chat and on the Sundays of their coming had no time to spare for cadet friend Moreover she always drove down in the big bus with them Monday morn ing when the Powell was sighted cOm- ing along that glorious reach from Polopels island and stood at the edge of the wharf waving her tiny kerchief even blowing fairy kisses to them as they teamed away Xo wonder Nita Tcrriss was frivolous und flirta tious with such an example said society and its frowns grew blacker when the White Sisters time Fairy Sisters the Sylphitcs came in view But frowns and fulminations both fell harmless from the armor of Mrs Franks gay insouciance Nita ninccd at first but soon rallied and bore the slights of the permanent and semi permanent residents as laughingly as did her more experienced ler Nita it was explained was only just out of school and Mrs Frank was giving her this summer at the Point as a great treat before taking her to the far wet where the elder sister must soon go toJoin her husband Everybody knew Frank Garrison He lund long been stationed at time academy und was a man universally liked and respected even very highly regarded All of u sudden time news came back to time Point a few months after bis return to his regiment that he was actually engaged to Witchie Terriss Hot on the heels of the rumor came the wedding cards Lieut Col and Mrs Terriss requested the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Mar garet to Lieut Francis Key Garrison th t S Cavalry at the Post Chapel Fort liiley Kansas November 1S94 all in Tiffanys best style as were time card which accompanied the invi tation What a good thing for old Dill Tcrriis said everybody who knew that his inipecuuiosity was due to the exactions and extravagancies of his wife and Witebiend what a bad timing for Frank Garrison was the echo Ills intimates knew that he had put by through economy and self denial about 3000 time extent of his fortune outside of his pay Shell make ducks and drakes of it in the six weeks honeymoon wiis the confident prophecy and she probably did for despite the fact that be had so recently rejoined the regiment Witchie in sisted on a midwinter run to New Or leans Savannah and Washington and bore her lord but not her master over thecourse in triumph Toostudentotbu man nature and frailty that union of II faded and somewhat shopworn maid of 27 to an ardent anti vigorous young soldier many moons the junior was easy fo account for One after another Witchie Terriss had had desperate affairs with youngerinbeen engaged to five different men at different times and believed to have been engaged to two different men at one time Asked as to this by one of her chums s she was reported to have replied Do you know believe It true I had totally forgotten about Ned Colston before Mi7 Forman had been at the post a week Qf course the only timing to do was to break with both let them start fresh Hut this Mr Colston whose heath had been somewhat cleared bv a month of 3 i 4 t iJ tKJ III W 1 breezy healthful scouting a yed only in part that lart wlmh mjcd the break Forniuu had the frcsr irt and the walk over and heM the tuphy juttt two months when it dawned upon him that Margaret loved dancing fai more unit site did hitllo clumsy per former nnd that she wituld dance night lifter night the lightest dain tiest creature in the hop room and never have a word or a look for him who leaned in gloomy admiration against the wall and never took bin eyes off her He became jealous moody uglytempered and finally had the good luck to get his conge us the result of an attempt to assert himtclf anti limit her dancer She was blithe amid radiant nnd fnney free when Frank Garrlwm reached the post n nee bit hipped It was whisprrrd because of time failure of a somewhat half hearted suit of hula III the fur east and the Fairy bounded into the darkness of his lift and fairly dazzled him Somebody had said that Frank Garrison had money There is no need to tell of the disillu sion that gradually on inc Frank found his debts mounting up and his cares in creasing She was sympathy and regret when he mentioned it butt there wire certain comforts luxuries nnd things the had always been accustomed to and couldnt live without Surely he would not have her apply to jipa No but could the not manage with a lit tIe lestol He was willing to give up his cigars indeed he hind long sluice done so nail to make his uniforms last a year longer he who way in his day the most carefully dressed man at the Point Well she thought perhaps he ought to do that beside mens fash ions changed but slowlyam hereas wom ens Well Id rather be dead than out of style Frank And so it went hut if she did not love her husband there was one being in whom her frivolous heart was really bound up Nita her baby sister ns she called her and when Tcrriss the colonel went the waytif all flesh preceded only a few months by time wife of huh IKJSOIII the few thousands in life insurance he hall managed to maintain went to the two daughters Not one penny was ever laid out in payment of time debts of either the father or husband Nita was sent to an extravagant finishing school in notham and along in Mayof time young girls graduating year blithe little Mrs Garrison arrived fresh from the far west and after a few weeks of sightseeing and shopping the sisters appeared at the Point even halfmourn ing by this time discarded Thirteen years difference was there in the ages of the Fairy Sisters and not a soul save those who knew them in former days on the frontier would have suspected it Mrs Prank in evening dress didnt look over One lovely evening early in August just about the time that Cutlet Capt l itrobc began to show tehi to the front in the run for the prize the two sisters hind pone to their room at the hotel to dress for the hop It was their custom to disappear from public gaze about six oclock and when they cams 0 In the pithiYJii tight ahead stood Nuts floating down time stairs in filnj diaphanous clouds of white the halls were well tilled with impatient cavaliers in the natty cadet uniform and the women wailing to tee Then the sis teEs would go into time diningroom and have some light refreshments with a glass of iced tea and no matter how torrid the heat or how flushed and dragged other women might look they were inviting pictures of nil that waA ever frhcoolnllli fragrant Time two imutldledIi time bill of fare nnd virtuous matrons at ether tables fanning vigorously would sniff and say All for effect They know that supper huh by heart It neter changes All time some at the bottom of this public display of sisterly devotion and harmony and in spite of occasional tiffs anti differences there was genuine affection on both sides for as a child Nita hind adored Margaret and there could be no doubting the elders home for time child Sonic regi mental observers said that every bit of heart that eldest Terrisu girl had was wrapped up in the little one Neither girl even after Margarets marriage would listen to a word in disparagement of the other but in time sanctity of the sisterly retreat on the third floor of the old hotel there occurred sometimes spirited verbal tilts that were quite dis tinctly audible to passersby in the corridor provided they cared to listen which some of them did On this es pecial August evening Mrs Frank was ThrJhadweeks and yet as Mrs Frank was sauntering around n turn n Flirtation Walk leaning on time arm of the cadet adjutant there in the pathway right ahead stood Nun a lately little picture with downcast eyes nnd Pat Latrobe bending over her with love and passion glowing in his handsome face pleading eagerly clinging fervently to both hem tiny whitegloved hands Mrs Garrison saw it all in the flash of a second the merrylaughterhad just spoken as though thl were about the wittiest funnRst things in the world and looked frankly up into his eyesas though he were the best and brightest man sue had met in years so his eyes were riveted nnd the tableau had time to dissolve All the same that sight gave Mrs Garrison rather more than a bad quarter of an hour She was infinitely worried Not because Pat Latrobe had fallen desperately in love with her charming little sistci that was his lookoutbut what oh what might not happen if the charmin little thathandsomeeven if she had to whisk her away to morrow that had to be stopped and this very evening when they went tc their room Margaret spoke To Be Continued To He Had for the AUIBR Time Caller So Albertine is the eldest of the family Who comes after her Little Brother Nobody has corns after her yet lint I heard papa say that if anybody did coije he could have her fur the asking TitBits fi 9 9 t sT JrliI1 TALMACIE ON CREKDS Preacher Wruld Rid Humanity of Ecclesiastical Dogma Slaves for s Crred for tim Ilrnonilnn thins Mnilr Ont uf Srrlpliirr uo- tnlliinii ThltiK Thnl llnm- lirr ClirUllnim Copyright ltmt by Louis Kloinch- At I n time when tho old discussion creeds s icing1 vigorously nnil ofI what liitlorlv recited theli tlTIIImind let him Jjo- Ay Pibic is at till place of this text written nil nvrr with lend pencil marks made at llcthany on the ruins of time house of Mary anti Martins anti Iaza rums We dismounted from our horses on the way up from Jordan to the Dead sea Itethany was time sum miter evening retreat of Jesus After spending till day in tilt hot city of Jerusalem he would come out there al most every evening to the house of his throe friends I think tilt occu pants of that house were orphans for time father and mother are not mentioned lImit the son and two daughters must have inherited prop erty for it must have been judging from what t saw Of the foundations anti the size of the rooms an opulent ionic Laznru the brother was How at the heath of the household and his sinters depended on him and were proud of him for he was very popular and everybody liked him anti these girls were splendid girls Martha u firstrate housekeeper a till Mary a spirituelle somewhat dreamy limit af fectionate anti as good a girl us could be found in all Palestine Hut one daT Lazarus got sick The sisters were in consternation Inther gone anti mother gone they felt very nerv Otis lest they lose their brother also Disease dill ils quick work How the girls hung over his pillow Not much sleep about that hmommseno sleep nt all From the characteristics otherwise developed I judge that Martha pre pared the medicines and made tempt ing dishes of tooth for the poor anpe tlte of the sufferer but Mary prayed anti sobbed Worse and worse gets Lazarus until the doctor announces that he can do no more Time shriek that went up from that household when the last breath hall been drawn anti the two wsterM were being led by KympathizetH Into the adjoining room nil those of us can imagine who have had our own hearts broken lImit why was not Jesus there as lie had so often been Far away in the country districts preaching healing other sick how unfortunate that this om nipotent Doctor had not been at that domestic crisis In Hethany When at last Jesus arrived in IJethany Laz arus had been buried four days and dissolution hall taken place In that climate the breathless bodythisin tegrates more rapidly than in ours If immediately after decease the body had been awakened into life un believers might hnve said he was only in a comatose state or in a sort of trance mill by Koine vigorous manhui lation or powerful stimulant vitality hind been renewed Nol Four day dead At the door of time sepulcher is n rrowd of people but the three most memorable are Jesus who was the fatally friend and the two bereft sis term We went into the traditiolSrf dtII1110wnthat afternoon of our visit but tfcc day spoken of in the IJible there WPS present an excited multitude tou tier what Jesus w 1Itlo lie orders the door of the grave removed anti then he begins to descend time steps Mary and Martha close after him and the crowd after them Deeper down into the shadows anti deeper The hot tears of Jesus roll over his cheeks end plash upon tte hnekof His hands Were ever many sorrows compressed into so small a space as in that group pressing on down nffcr Christ nil the time bemoaning that He had not come before Now nil the whispering and nil the crying and nil the sounds of shuf fling feet arc stopped It is tIme si hence of expectancy Death had eon quered limit now the vanquisher of death confronted time scene Amid the awful hush of the tomb the familiar name which Christ had often hUll upon His lips in the hospitalities of the village home came back to ills tongue and with pathos and an al mightiness of which the resurrection of time last tIny shall only be an echo JIi cries Lazaruf come forth The eyes of the slumberer open anti he rises anti comes to the foot of the steps and with great difficulty begins to ascend for the cerements of the tomb are yet on him and his feet are fast and his hands are fast and the impediments to all his movements fire great that Jesus roinmands TakeS off these cerements Itemove these hindrances Unfasten these grave clothes Loose him and let him go Oh am so glad that after the Lord raised Iazarus ile ivent on anti corn man ed the loosening of the cords that bound his feet so that he could walk and the breaking of the cerements that bound luis hands so that lie could stretch ott his arms in salu tation anti the tearing off of the band age from around Ids jaws so that he could speak What would resurrected life have been to Lazarus if he hind not been freed from all those cripple ments of his hotly I am glad that Christ commanded his complete eman cipation saying Loose him and let him go Time unfortunate thing now is that so mummy Christians are only halflib erated They have been raised from thj death and burial of sin into spirit gravecIhpRarjs hobbling tip the stairs of the tomb bound hand mind foot anti the object of this fermon is to help free thfllr body and free their souls and I shall try to obey the Masters corn mand that conies to me and comes to every minister of religion Loose him and let him go Many are bound hand and foot by religious creed ret no man misinter pret me as antagonizing creeds have eight or ten of them a creed about religion a creed about art a creed about social life a creed abou government and so on A creed is something that a man believes whether it be written or unwritten The Presbyterian church is now agitateo about its creed Some good men Jn it bra for keeping it because it vtas fvrtned from time belief of John Cs- vim Other good men in it want fft ision I am with neither party In stead of revision I want substitution I was sorry to have the question lit turbed at all Time creed did not lilt der us from offering the pardon nd time comfort of time Gospel fo all Kiih mill he Westminster fonfosiou Las not interfered with me one minute ti u4 1IJi 4 fb 12tIHut now that the elfCtric lights have been turned on the imperfections of that creed and everything that titan faxhions Is imperfect let us put time old creed respectfully aside anti get a brand new one It is impossible that people who lived hundreds of years lAo should fashion an appropriate creed for our times John Calvin was a great anti good man limit he died 336 years ago The best centuries of Bible study have come sluice then and explorers have done their work anti you might as well have the world go back and stick to what Hubert Fulton knew almut steamboats ami reject the subsequent improvements in navigation and go back to John Outcnberg the Inventor of time art of printing and reject nil modern newspaper presses nnd go back to the time when telegraphy was the elevating of signals or the hunt ing of bonfires on the hilltops and re ject the magnetic wire which is the tongue of nations as to ignore all the excgetes anti the philologists and the theologians of the last 33G years and put your head tinder the sleeve of the gown of a sixteenth century doctor I could call the names of 20 living Presbyterian ministers of religion who could make a better creed than John Calvin The nineteenth century ought not to be called to sit at the foot of the sixteenth lint you say it is the saute old Bible anti John Calvin had that as well as the present student of the Scrip mires Yes so it is the same old Mill in the heavens but in our time it has gone to making daguerreotypes and photographs It is tin same old water but in our century it has gone to run ning steam engines It is the same old electricity but in our time it has be come a lightningfootcil errand boy So it is the old Bible but new applica tions new uses new interpretations You must remember that during the bust years words have changed their meaning anti some of them now mean more and some less I do not think that Iohn Calvin believed as some say he diil in the damnation of infants al though some of the recent hot disputes would seem to imply that there is such a thing as the damnation of infants A man who believes in time damnation of infants himself deserves to lose Heaven 1tIn not think any goodman conk admit such a possibility What Christ will do with nil the babies in the next world I conclude from what He did with the liable In Palestine when He hugged them anti kissed them When some of you grown people go out of this world your doubtful destiny will be an embarrassment to ministers officiating at your obsequies who will have to be cautious so as not to hurt surviving friends Itnt when the bar ling children go there are no ifs or buts or guesses We must remember that good John Calvin was a logician and a metaphy sician and by the proclivities of his nature put some timingsin an unfortunate way Logic has its use and meta physics has its use but they arc not good at makingcreedsV A gardener hands you a blooming rose dewey fresh but a severe botanist conies to you with a rose andS I will show you the structure of this rose and he proceeds to take it apart and pulls off the leaves and he says There are the petals and he takes out the anthers and he says lust look at the wonder ful structure of these floral pillars anti then he emits the stem to show yon the juices of the plant So logic or metaphysics takes time aromatic rose of the Christian religion and cays I will lust show you how this rose of religion was fashioned and he pulls off of it a piece and says That is the human willIInl another piece and says pieerIsays another piece and says This is free agency this is this and that is that And while I stand looking at the fragments of the rose pulled apart one whom the Marys took for a gardener comes in and presents me with a crim son rose red as blood anti says Inhale the sweetness of this wear it on your heart and wear it forever I must confess that I prefer the rose in full bloom to the rose pullet apart What a time we have hatI with the dogmatics the apologetics and time hermeneutics The defect in some of the creeds is that they try to tell us all about the decrees of God Now time only human being that was ever com petent to handle that subject was Paul mid he would not have been coma petent had he not been inspired I be lieve in the sovereignty of God anti I be here in mans free agency but no one can harmonize the two It is not neces sary that we harmonize them Every sermon that I have ever heard that at tempted such harmonization was tome as clear as a London fog as clear as mud My brother of the nineteenth century my brother of the sixteenth century give us Pauls statement and leave out your own Better one chapter of Paul on that subject than all of Calvins institutes able mind honest and mighty as they are Do not try to meal ure either the throne of God or the thunderbolts of God with your little steel pen What do you know about the decrees You cannot pry open the door of Gods eternal counsels You cannot explain time mysteries of Gods government now much less the maya teries of His government five hundred quintillion years ago I move for a creed for all our denominations made out of Scripture quotations pure and simple That would take the earth for God That would be impregnable against infidelity and Apollyonie assault That would be beyond human criticism Time denomination whatever its name be that can rise up to that will be the church of time millennium will swallow up all other denominations and be the one that will be time bride when the Bridegroom cometh Let us make it simpler and plainer for people to get into the kingdom of God Do not hinder people by the idea that they may not have been elected Do not tag on to the one essential of faith in Christ any of the innumerable noncsscntials A man who heartily accepts Christ is a Christian and the man who does not accept Him is not a Christian and that is all there is of it He need not believe in election or reprobation He need not believe in the eternal gen eration of the Son lie need not be here iu everlasting punishment He need not believe in infant baptism lie need not believe in plenary in spiration Faith in Christ is the cri tenon is the test is the pivot is the indispensable Hut there are those who would add unto the tests rather than subtract from them There are thousands who Would not accept personsfnto church membership if they drink wine of if they smoke cigars or if they attend the theater or if they play cards or if thej drive n fast hors But do not substitute tests which the Bible doer nut establish There is one passage of Srriptnre wide enough to let all Ju who ought to enter and to keep cnt all who ought to hl kept net Be ilive hi tilt Lord Jesus Christ and thou shall be saved Get a mimaus o 1 otj l ii heart right and his life will be right lImit now that the old creeds have been put under public scrutiny something radical must be done Some would split them some would carve them some would elongate them some Would abbreviate them At the pres emit moment lint in the present shape they arc it hindrance Lazarus is alIve but hampered with the old grave clothes If you want one glorious church free and tinincumbercd take oft the cerements of old ecclesiastical vocabulary Loose her and let her go Again there lure Christians who are under sepulchral shadows anti fears and hoppled oy doubts nnd fears and SiaM long ago repented of What they need Is to understand the liberty of the sons of God They spend more time under the shadow of Sinai than nt the base of Calvary They have been singing the only poor hymn that Newton ettr wrote TM a point I long to know ort it causes Anxious thought Do I love the Lord or aol Am I Ills or am I not Long to know do you Why do you not find out Go to work for God and you will very soon find out Time man who is all the time feeling his pulse and looking at his tongue to see whether it is coated is morbid and cannot be physically well Time doctor will say io out into the fresh air anti into active life nUll stop thinking of JollrRetfnnd you will get well 1IUU strong So there are people who are watching their spiritual symptoms and they call It Relfcxaminntion and they get weaklier and sicklier in their faith nil till time Go out anti Op something nobly Christian Take holv- exercJsl anti then examine yourself- and Instead of Newtons saturnine and bilious iiymn that I first quoted you will sing Newtons other hymn Amazing grace how sweet the sound That saved a wretch like met I once was lost but now am found Was blind but now I sec What many of you Christians most need is to get your graveclothes off I rejoice that you have been brought from the death of sin to the life of the Gospel but you need to get your hand loose anti your feet loose and your tongue loose anti your soul loose There is no sin that the Bible flageIIntel1is what is the matter with you Oh you say if you knew what I once was and how many times I have grievous ly Hi rayed you would understand why iJo not come out brighter Then 1 think you would call yourself the chief of sinners A man who was once called Saul but afterward Paul declared This is a faithful saying and worthy of all acceptation that Christ Jesus came into the worM to save sinners of whom I nm chief Mark thattool whom I am chief Put down your overcoats and hats and I will take care of them while you kill Stephen So Saul said to the stoners of the first martyr 1 do not care to exert myself much but I will guard your surplus apparel while you do the murder The New Testament ac count says The witnesses laid down their clothes at a young mans feet whose name was Saul No wonder he said Sinners of whom I am the chiefChrist is used to climbing He climbed to the top of the temple He climbed to the top of Mount Olivet He climbed to the top of time cliffs about Nazareth lIe climbed to the top of Golgotha And to the top of the hills and the mountains of your transgression lIe is ready to climb with pardon for every one of you The groan of Calvary is mightier than the thunder of Sinai Full receipt Is offered for all your indebtedness If one throws a stono at midnight Into n bush where the hedge birth roosts it immediately begins to sing and into the midnight hedges of your despondency these words 1 hurl hop- Ing to awaken you to anthem Drop the tunes in the minor key and take the major Do you think it pleases the Lord for you to be carrying around with you the debris and car casses of old transgressions You make me think of some ship that has had a tempestuous time at sea and now that it proposes another voyage keeps on its davits the damaged lifeboats and the splinters of a shivered mast and the broken glass of a smashed skylight My nobles is Clear time decks overboard with all the damaged rigging brighten up the salted smokestacks open a new log book haul in the planks lay out a new course nnd sot sail for Heaven You have had the spiritual dumps long enough You will please the Lord more by being happy than by being miserable Heaven is U5 per cent better than tais world a thousand per cant bet ter a million per cent better Take the gladdest brightest most jubilant days you ever had on earth and com press them all into one hour and that hour would be a requiem a fast day a gloom a horror ifs compared with the poorest hour they have had in Heaven since its first tower was built or its first gate swung or its first song caroled Oh you say that may be true but I am so afraid of crossing over from this world to the next and I fear the snapping of the cord between soul nnd body Well all time surgeons and physicians and scientists declare that there is no pang at the parting of the body and soul and all time restlessness at the closing hour of life is involuntary anti no distress at all And I agree with the doctors for what they say is confirmed by the fact that persons who were drowned or were submerged until nil consciousness departed und were afterward re suscitated declare that the sensation of passing into unconsciousness was pleasurable rather than distressful The cage of time body has a door on easy hinges and when that door of the physical cage opens the soul simply puts out its wings and soars But you say I fear to go because time future is so full of mystery Well I will tell you how to treat time mysteries The mysteries have ceased bothering me for I do as the judges of your courts often do They hear all the arguments in the case and they say I will take these papers and give you my decision next week So have heard nil the arguments in re gard to the next world and some things are uncertain and full of mystery and so I fold up the papers and reserve until the next world my decision about them I can there study all the mysteries to better advantage for the light wilt be better and my faculties stronger nnd I will ask the Christian philosophers who have bad all the advantages of Heaven for cen aries to help me and I may be permitted myself humbly to ask the Lord and I think there will be only one mystery left that will be bow one so unworthy as myseU got into such enrnpturld place Come up out of time sepulchral shadows If jon are hot Christians by faith in Christ come up into time light and if you are already like Lazarus reanimated but still have your grave clothes on get rid oh them The command is Loose him and let hum go t SEYERALSKIRMISHES Filipinos Lost Nearly One Thousand Men in Kilted and Wounded The American Los Wa Nine Klllel and Sixteen Wounded Two Ser grants nnd One Private Were Killed In Ambnhe Manila April 23Last week hat been one of the bloodiest of the war since time first days fighting around Manila Authentic reports mostly official show a total of 378 Filipinos killed 13 officers and 24 + men cap tured anti many more wounded Time number wounded Is hardly guessable Considering that the Filipinos entire ly lack hospital facilities a great ma jority of the wounded will die Prob ably thus weeks work finished 1000 in surgents The Americans loss was S killed anti 1C wounded Two sergeants and one private were killed in am bushes while escorting provision trains Tins insurgents have been aggres sire in almost every province of Lu zon Gen Pio del Pilars band num bering 000 Ayhieh was out of sight for three months the leader being re ported killed has reappeared in its old field about San Miguel Pilar is supposed to be again in command He gave tIme American garrison at San Miguel consisting of three companies of time 33th infantry with n Galling n three hours fight during a night attack The loss of time insurgents in this engagement is not included in the foregoing total as they removed their dead and wound ed butt presumably it was consider able Twenty Filipinos in the province of Batangas attacked Lieut Wonde who with eight men was tcouting near San Jose Time lieutenant and five men were wounded and one man killed Scrgt Ledoius of the 33th infantry was badly wounded in an ambush near Baliuag Lieut Baleh of the 37th infantry with 70 men hind a five hours fight with SOO insurgents in the Xneva Ca ceras district Twenty of the insur gents were killed Col Smith of the 17th infantry who captured Gen Montenegro and brought him to Manila is in the iso lation hospital suffering from small pox presumably caught from the Fil ipinos Col Smiths command cap tured ISO officers and men with Mon tenegro The officers were brought to Manila Montenegro who was for merly one of the most dapper officers in the Filipino army looks worn and haggard lie says he had led a terri tile life for months and he has of fered to return to the north with Col Smith to endeavor to persuade his former comrades of the uselessness of opposing time Americans Manila April 22The sudden deaths of Filipinos anti Chinamen in Quiapo market have led to an investigation shewing that 13 cases of time plague 14 of which were fatal have occurred within a week Time market is lo cated in time center of time city In black rotten wooden buildings the keepers of stalls live with their fain flies hnddlcd together in great filth Some of the victims were stricken and died within sin hour There have been several deaths in other sections of time city recently which have been traced to infection from the market After all the market people lint gath eifd together Saturday the health officer threw a guard around time buildings and will keep the inmates quarantined there for a fortnight They will then burn time market The total number of bubonic deaths are 119 Chinamen and 66 Filipinos The plague elsewhere has been sup pressed Not one infected person has been in the Chinese district for ten days past President MeKlnley Decline Chicago ill April 2The recep tion committee of time Dewey cele bration has received formal notice front President McKinley of his de zlination of the invitation to come to Chicago during the festivities in honor of the admiral of the navy In the letter President McKinley express es his regrets at his inability to come rail takes occasion to highly praise Adm Dewey German Offlcers for Chinese Army Berlin April 21The semiofficial Hamburger Correspondenz makes the Collowing statement German offi cers in Woo Chang province of Hoo Pee have induced the Chinese gov ernor general of the province to en gage other German officers as army instructors in lieu of those dismissed Will See Dr Leyd Pint Paris April 21 James Francis Smith time American District Tele graph boy who is bearing to Presi lent Kruger a message of sympathy from Philadelphia and New York schoolboys will sail from Marseilles April 26 but before leaving he will have an interview with Dr Leyds at The lEague Gen Gomes In Santo Domingo Santo Domingo April 22Gem Maximo Gomez arrived from Cuba and met with n brilliant official and public reception He landed under a salute fired from the fort and was met by committees at the landing place The streets were decorated in his honor llnvcrljr DUehnrged In Bankruptcy New York April 21A discharge in bankruptcy has been granted tc John Haverly the theatrical and min strel manager wiping out 327749 in debtsCongremnan Achraon Rrnomlnated Pittsburgh Pa April 19The eon ferees of thin 24th republican congressional district m3t in convention here and renominatcd lion E F Achesoc for a fourth term by acclamation The national delegates were instruct ed for McKinley Three Bnby Girls Stroudsburg Pa April 21Three fivepound baby girls exactly alike en tered the family of Jacob Storm oi this place The happy father is hunt ing up names and hopes soon to es tablish the identity of his daughters DnranKe Done By Earthquakes Vancouver B C April 21TIme teamer Miowera from Sydney brings advices that a series of earthquakes have shaken down buildings in Xen Britain anti that considerable uneasi ness was felt on account of the activity of tire volcano at Matupit A Firenian Killed Muskegon Mich April 21The Im manuel Holland Reformed church turned Friday Fireman Nicholas Carey watt killed and Fireman Ben ieteison seriously injured by a fall ug wall A Mothers Tears I Would Cry Every Tim I Washed My Baby When he was 3 months old first fet ters and then large boils broke out on my babys 3neck The lore spread jTi down hiii 7 back until 11 became aibQ mats of rawf flesh When 1 J washed and i4r N powdered himi I tAIFI would cry realizing what pain lie yn In Hii pitiful wailing was heartrending 0 had about given up hope of saving bun whew I was urged to give him Hood all other treatment having failed Drained the sores with hood Medica ap plied Hoods Olive Ointment and give him Hood Sarsaparilla The child teemed d get better every day and very eoon this change was quite noticeable The ducbarge grew less inflammation xreniSJowntbeitiu took on a healthy color aadsthe raw fleshi began to scale over and a thin skin formed as the scales dropped off Lets than two bot ties of Hoods Sanaparilla aided by Hoods Medicated Soap sad Hoods Olive Ointment accomplished this wonderful dire I cannot praise these medicines half enough MR5 GUEniNOT37MyrteStRocbeiterNy The above testimonial is very much eon densed from Mrs Guerinota letter As many mothers will be interested inre JjB4 4 the full letter we will tend it to anyone who sends request of us on a postal card Men tion this paper A Grateful Porter Senator Clarkof Wyoming Senator Shoup Germ F C Aintworth Gor N O Murphy of Arizona and representatives and railroad men went on a tour of inspection a short time They had a private car which was presided over by a porter named Johnson When time car got back to Washington thinca made up a for Johnton and Senator Shoup was selected to make the pentation Johnson was called into one il ie staterooms where the men had as teniMed Senator scolded Johntori fr us many delinquencies buf finished by U ir XctT hstandter all this Johnson wet have cd to yen a little present which 1 ctif take pkisure in Johnson took iii moer ml Gemmen he said I ehure grausl for thisyere You is a9 zuntnrm a sir kin sboreiy say 7 4CDt WiTt front Senator Shoup up Wathinjtoa Let tar THE BURL1XGTOX ROUTE Great Train Service The BurlingtonNorthern Pacific Ex press from St Louis in the morning Kansas City in the afternoon for Northwest Nebraska Black Hills Moo tana Washington Tacoma Seattle Pnget Sound and Portland Oregon via Billings Moo tana the short line and timVsaver to tim Upper Northwest To the Puget Sound 7Obors front Kansas City 77 hours Irons St Louis after April 20tb 1000 v This is the climax in the development of the Louisiana Purchase Through Coaches Chair Cars seats free Standard and Tourist Sleepers and Dining Cars Ths is the main traveled route Irons the Southwest to the Northwest Number 5 midday tram from St Louis late night train from Kansas for orado Utah Pacific Coast oneuigIit to Denver Please write for printed and illustrated matter L TV WAKELBYV PaasengerAgtntHOWARD General Manager St Louis Mo 4 Horrible Fate Mn Marryat Were thinking it naming the baby Mary after Johns n tVrr Mrs NevittO horrors Ittiwfui Vhy what do ou mean Gracious Shell be Mamed for life Philadelphia Press Grafton has a barber who givM him g good qumckshave and never cores bin with bis Deaf and dumb Indfamp lia Sun oftheUnitedStatesBuffalo News Double Trouble I I The complication o- fSPRAINS and BRUISES JIs a very tore trouble bof doubly or separately aa rpr cc raise bet Is xs7 rem Itao t equal of Si Jacobs Oil I fora flNPTSUlEQJ ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills fMust lear Signature of 4M FcStelte Wrapper Betow Ivi u s4 as 57- I MUkflM FNEAIACILICARTERS FH MUMSKSS uyuIru T1IPLWH sJwvr1y CURE SICK HEADACHE D r Uii Tbebestrtmedyfcr and advh EhSupgIDROPSYgivestale 5OkoitUtirneitss4 lidsmstlslntVia mrLLUxEi S stjs iiazit U5mU r i s s isA fJ r ftiIE i p t J J r1i1 I4I11 IC SM 1JC1MCC f f STATE NEWS ITEMS i 4f 4p t7 COLSON NOT GUILTY fk71i SlftJcc of Srott uil Uemnrre Walk tw zIl Krom the Cuurt lloom nt- Irmnkfort a a Frre Ian f Frankfort Ky April 21 David U a Oolson oxfongrcKsman nn l rnloiicl of the 4th regiment Kentucky ohm infantry in the Spanish vvnr and IjfI1rtrial for four lays past vliar eil Ihe munler of Srntt and Dem in the Capitol lintel was aeqiiil tttl Satimlny evening The verdict t Vvas returned by the jury at 627 sifter being out only seventeen mini lies The verdict had been generally Mantidpatcd till the last minute of time trial of the case Commonwealth Attorney Franklin closed the argu incut for the prosecution with a peech wliiih was pronounced the siil Vrcnie effort of his life and its effect J on the jury occasioned fear among Col olsons friends till the venliet fllsreturneil Wheu the jury filed into the courtroom a few minutes Jitter it had retired it was at once nalllllIj was for There was no demonstration however until 1evialLRlge llerndoa who had been t drfcuated by Judge Cantrill to rt a ccirc the verdict sad cntlcincn of the jury have you tvt made a venliet V e have responded tent of time 7 at the same time handing Iiaslip of paper to Sheriff Snler Circuit Clerk wrlthcourt room ratchingUic import of it broke into ivild cheers LUCKdvLJrnt llrrbrrt IVblpplr or lonU t silk Found a Imrl In an Oatrr Wnrlh Two Thousand Dnllnra S tL 1x uisTille Wv is not I proIbets4 t i iUt Ul pple of Louisville and t M Unvti States armyT is some 2K0 f o teroff because he lined at metrop r j4 olis chief hostelry LJtut Whipplc is a member of the Tti Uhited States cavalry f Lieiiti Whipplc ordered baked oy The first one he attacked was tianordinary looking roasted bivalve1 1 He was hungry anti bit hard Then p 1a IthinA0 4 very explainedI that he had lost a tooth trying to ii masticate it It proved to be a pearl jind Tiffany has notified Mr Whipplc it U worth 2000 I CsMaror Shot a Woman Louisville Ky April SI ExMayor Stillwell of Crawfonlsville Ind is in jail here and will probably answer to the charge of murder SliIl1 well claims he was enticed intot biUpon entering time room he says he was Pounced upon by the woman and- aSelTO man who had secreted him theRumedischarged it twice Both bullets QpJrfaratrtl the womans abdomen and tahe fen i the floor fatally wounded Stillwell then surrendered himself 4t j nd claims selfdefense The woman jilhingIof I Ky April 2I1he case Stenographer Alonzo Walker of Louisville vs Joy Taylor et al growl- t1tigoutof the alleged false imprison a inVht during the excitement follow I ing the Ooebel assassination was eon iinued in the circuit court until the 4 iiwrt term The defendants were sued forJ50000 each It is understood that 1 tUelsults are to be 4 droppttlIp i KIted Bjr i Lexington KyM 23 Charles Tloward a Negro aged 13 years was e r killed here by taking hold ofa live f vire Howard and some of his vrediscusngas to whether or 1tm f 1hwire by which the arc lightnotI raised and lowered was charged4 to settle the dispute Howard took hold of it rs5 Jury Fatted to Agree 5Jichmond Jvy April 2Arter be out two days without reaching a r fi rmlict Judge Scott called the jury beforetn discharged He 4J entered attnJ reassigning the case Tibortl ntxt uc day It IsMid tend r c jororsi tre for fcangitig u iJvQ for 4 20yeairs in the penitentiary 4a Settled1I coal miners strike was settled at Centrale City and 600 strikers will returntoJ InorJMond y Operators mIDers concessionsJi Ab DopA1r the Sheep g1Iti raids on the farmers cheep 74 losses aggregating hundreds of rthen J W Broyles is the latest with 1 loss of more than 100 aslngle nightt I it J i Harder Orer a Woman r i West Liberty KyM April 22At James7ci1BothJwere young men A woman is Ii said to have been at the bottom of the eb trouble I vFAtal St1t1t11llr Over Card tIA Wbltesburg Ky April 22 Kumor thattinttt they fell put over a friendly game oft cards The woman has not been ar Z7 restedIll f HIi22Atc4 1 that James Burton shot and killed Ifr Mackey Brown The sheriff and a J posse are searching for Burton o eo Returned the Fire oa Columbia Ky April20At Ed I tnoodton the town was thrown into 4 great excitement by Ed Jeans who jailerrt l him iThe jailer returned the fire hit efWt frets rof wbichbe died The jailer it iai4will recover J Crashed By m WaKen Richmond Ky April 20John orerY7 i nhecli crushing his head f l rh jhaI r 9 49 IPIJ t sIIQ tx t trf jtl i JJ J i1 So c1 g Ji M METHOD IN HIS MADNESS An Inonnc IrUonrp Ilpnrlt hood rnflfpil Kucnpc Front the Officer Kit Ittiute to the Aijlnm Winchester Ky April 21 Matt Young who wns arrested n short time ago by Sheriff Henry Hranghton of Hell county anti put in jnil nt 1ine iitom the charge of breaking Into n More at Ilird suddenly became vio lently insane and was ordered to tIme asylum at Lexington The sheriff anti his deputy Durham darted to lexington With the prisoner While changing ears at Winchester IioIIllyliaiim1itmffeil lug fences mutt crossing lots with thu graylionimillaler from town anti retaken He had in some manner procured a tile and when discovered was busy trying to remove his shackles Will no Clvrn n llrnrlnu iull aft Frankfort Ky April 21 Common vealth Attorney Franklin in the cir chit court Friday morning asked that Henry E Youtscy one of the men in assassinnImediately The court ordered Yout sey brought into the courtroom The indictment was rend to Youtsey who pleaded not guilty Motion was en tcivd for bail mill the hearing was et for Monday April 30 llntr or TrIal FIRed Frankfort Ky April 21ltitlge CIII rill has fixed April 30 for the ar raignment of Harlan Whiltakir and allow nick Combs indicted as principals in the Coebel assassination and Caleb Powers and John Davis in dicted ns accessories The attorneys on that tiny will ask for bail and tile petitions amid nflidavits asking for a change of venue The date for ar raignment of others has not been fixed Youth Kill ilia Fattier Cornet tsville Ky April 20Wm ian Ori tilths a farmer at Leather wood six miles from here met death sonImother WItS preparing breakfast and his father was asleep the boy took his fathers rifle and resting it on the hpadhoard of the bed fired into Grit fiths brain Time boy is held in Haz ard jail without bond liiillctnirnln for MnnIanKhter Frankfort Ky April Z1fhe Frankfort county grand jury Friday returned indictments for man laugh ter against Craig Ireland and James Horton both of the county Horton is charged with killing Garland llree den n man seventy years old two weeks ago and Ireland with killing Len Williams a negro on the day Win locbel was shot A Coal noad Project Hawesville Ky April 21A move men is on foot to buy the iron and locomotive that were taken from the road from Cloverport to Victoria mill build four millS of road from the top of the hill to the coal fields on thc road lending to Pellville This would bring enormous outputs of coal within three hundred yards of the railroad and river IIna henry C Ullf Dead Richmond Ky April 21limchge eiroIGrnntibestknown lawyers anti jurists in this part of Kentucky CapitaIditor I IS Pierce of this place has CincinnatiIalso declare they will withdraw their similar ventures at other points in time state DI and Golden Indicted Frankfort Ky April OThe in ndIJohn W Davis and Green Golden na accessories to the murder of Wm Goebel The case against Uazelipp was dismissed Related to WahlnKon Versailles Ky April 22 Dudley Mitchell Bell aged 76 a prominent stock dealer and descendant of the historic 1U11 family of which the mother of George Washington was a member is dead Cow Aeseat Company Lexington Ky April OA cow as sessment company has been started in Boyd county each member paying 1 toward a new cow when a members bovine dies f Jadaje Jnlla Withdraw Frankfort Ky April 20Judge Ira Julian of this city who was an an nounced candidate for the democratic nomination for congress in this dis trict withdrew from the race in time Interest of Hon South Trimble also of this county Father and Son Surrender Albany Ky April 20 Joshua Wright and his son Luther who recharged with killing Porter Cope at their home in this county have surrendered They claim selfdefense Wright is 60 and his son 17 Dr Ilarrel Out of Polities RBssellville Ky April 22Ir S B Ilarrel senator from the Xinth district who created a sensation in the recent legislature by bribery charges will resign his seat and go to Sherman Tex where he will practice Hf says lie is done with politic Killed a Wildcat Louisville Ky April 20An animal which has been killing cattle nnd terrorizing the eastern part of Jefferson county was located in a tree by hunt ers and killed It proved to be t large wildcat Old Race Track to Be Reopened Lexington Ky April 20The old Kentucky association race course here is to be thrown open on May 1 C W Lync has closed negotiations with John E Green of St Louis whereby the track comes into the control of a syndicate which proposes to give annual raceuieetins- Struck By n Train Paducah Ky April 20 Thomas Tones was killed at Kuttawa by a passenger train on the Illinois Cen troll striking him lie claimed to be from Texas Ai J S ii 4t 2 ItS S t Y FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Snmmmry or Lradlnr Ercntii Wnshington April 1GSenateThi discussinltheamendment providing for the niininf of gold along the bench in the dis triet wns Perfected after n disctiscioc lasting nearly four hours llommaComisitleration of the nnva appropriation bill wns beRtm with the prospects of n severe strupRle nhcnci plale11Iill1inand time provision in time bill for the coast nnd geodetic survey The lull carries 13000000 lliorc than unj previotlu nnviil bill Washington April ISrlllclOl-n r than tnree hours Mr hunt tl senior scnalrr from lassachiisetls Kcupied th Attention of the scmc with a spech in npHisilion to tb policy of imperialism upon whicii lit maintained this government Iris embarked Nothing was accom pushedhouseTim second days debitn up en the naval appropriation billmsm confined closely to time subject matter or the hillI ud was as a rule devoid t interesting features rite question of armour pljtc anti the building of vi rships in focrnmcnt yards irncted most attention Gelicrnl di bate was closed Washington April 11ISenatc A resolution was adopted authorizing the secretary of the navy to have struck bronze medals for distribution among certain officers and men of the Nod it Atlantic squadron commemo rating naval engagements between the forces of Spain and the United States in the waters of the West In dims nnd off the Cuban coast It ear riPs nn appropriation of 25000 time rest of the session was taken up in discussing the Alaskan civil voile bill House The debate on the naval appropriation bill under the fivemin ute rule drifted into politics and for a good portion of the session mem bers fought hammer antI tongs across the political aisle Some progress wns made with time bill itt must of the controvert til points went over Washington April IIHellateA providingforin 1orto Hico pending time appoint ment of oflicers under the 1orlo Hi can government law recently enacted The Alaskan code bill was again un tier consideration the debate contin uing on the Hansbrough alien mincry amendmentHouse entire session was taken up debating n proposition in time naval hill designed to turn over to the navy time survey nail charting of the waters of Cuba Iorto Rico and the Philippines The bill carried an appropriation of 100000 for this pur poseWashington April OSennteThe conference report on the Hawaiian civil government measure took up the greater time of the session The Alas kan civil code bill was considered for orlkerIllronollnled Ohio Suitable resolutions were adoptedhlommseThe entire session wns taken up in discussing the naval ap propriation bill Hut little progress was made Washington April 21SenateRts upontheas to the allowances made to army of ficers stationed in Cuba mill Porte 1110idingconveniences for them Consideration of time Quay case was resumed and nrgmmmmmemitfavorable seat in the senate under tIme governors appointment House The naval appropriation bill was passed It provides for two bat tic ships three armored cruisers nnd three protected cruisers The 345 fig thmetbillspensation of the United States commissioners in Chinese deportation cases for a bridge over time Big Sandy river Kentucky for a bridge across 3lississippiItmlogiesRyan K Settle of the Seventh Ken tuck district occupied the remain del of the session VESSELS ORDERED HOME The Occasion for Onr Vnrnlilpi Ly In Off the ranaha Conat Said tv Xo Longer ExUt Washington April 2The Philadelphia has reached Panama She will be ordered home at once as will also the Detroit which has been lying nt Chiriqui lagoon on time gulf side of the isthmus Time reports received at the navy departrr nt are to the effect that the occasion for the presence of the warships no longer exists the revolutionary troubles on the isthmus having subsided perhaps in part ow lag to the unexpected appearance there of the American cruisers The Detroit will sail within a day or two for Portsmouth X 1L where she is to be extensively repaired and put out of commission To Educate Orphan Children Milwaukee Wis April 22Time will of the late Samuel Howard leaves practically his whole estate valued nt upwards of 00000 in trust for the support and maintenance and ed ucation of orphan children He had no near relatives here and in his life time expended large sums in time same direction Mcaragaan Canal fill Washington April 21 Ilepresenta tire Hepburn in charge of the Nica ragua canal bill announces that a definite arrangement hats been reached by which the bill will be considered by time house on May 1 and 2 and passed Every Industrial Plant Burned Wilmot Wis April 2Ae1lsas everyIndustrialfire protection was a bucket brigade The loss is estimated at 50000 with practically no insurance Naral Appropriation Bill Paed Washington April 22The house Saturday passed the naval appropria tion bill without division All the amendments in tIme committee of the whole were agreed to The remain del of the session was devoted to eulogies on the late Representative Evan E Settle of Kentucky Choked on a Doltti Arm Ft Worth Tex April 2A little child of Ward Nowell at Greenville was choked to death a day or so ago In a peculiar manner The babe got the arm of a china doll in its throat The Bubonic Plague Victoria B C April 21lhe steam r Miowera from Australia and Honolulu reports the bubonic plague gain ing in Sydney and abating in the Hawaii ports Serious strikes of Japanese contract laborers are occasion lug much uneasiness in the vicinity of Honolulu Recruit for Cuba Washington April 20Lieut W J Luetz 2d infantry has been ordered to take 92 recruits from Fort Thomas Ky to Pasa Cuballos Cuba fur ills tribution among the commands there i7T flc V r i y t J J t THEIR WORK FINISHED Grand Jury Completes Investigation of the Goebel Assassination Iim II mil lt y Tnylurn Irndliix Ciitmarl Sny lip linn So Uniilit lint AVhnt Ills 110111 Will Sur render PriitniiU If Inillrted Frankfort Ky April IS Tim Franklin county grand jury returned indictments against ten person Charging them with complicity ii the murder of William Coebel Henry g You sey lames Howard Merry Howard llirnnd Whit tkr antI Tallow Hid Combs colored tre- nliclt1 for willful murder Caleb Iowers Cap lohu L Powers Chins Iiiiley II Culton and K Vharton liolden wen indicted ns accessories lie fore the fact III time iudieUufiit relating to the alleged accessories three cither morn are indirectly re ferred to as accessories though no indictments were reported against them IVankfort Ky April 211hl mud jury lie fort adjourning Thurs diy until Saturday indicted Uepub lican Iov W S Taylor as an acces sory to time murder of William Coebel Tiie indictment is similar to those returned against Creen Golden and lohn lais Thursday It was no4 turned over to the circuit court but left in time hands of Judge l111 I rill vho gnvv the jurors and court offi cials orders not to allow it to become public until a bench warrant issuci hurela is served The news how ever leaked out antI wires between here and Washington were kept lint Thursday night by messages to Tay lor from republicans who advise him to remain away for time present at least Jrnnkfort Ky April 23 Whic time Iranklin county grand jury has not adjourned it is undcrutood that the investigation of time Coebel assassina loam has hell completed The indict incut against Mr Taylor ihar inp him with being nn accessory to tin murder will be held up until after tilt argument of the governorship mutest case which is docketed for h ariij before the supreme court at Was ington on April nn nnd it said by per sons in time councils of time proseci tion that no such warrant will be is sued or other steps taken in time case till after that time The rumor tin Ileckham hail been applied to for n requisition is without foundation KxCov W O Umrdley leading counsel for Mr Taylor gave to tlu press the following authorized intci view have hind no communication with GO Taylor since he went to Vasli ington The press I notice states that he is there preparing his ease for the supreme court 1 nm naiisticil that this is not true Cov Taylor went to Washington on purely per sonal business not connected in anyway with the trial of his ease Nrdo believe time report to be true that he is in Xew York attempting to pre vent the honoring of a rcftiiMtion for his return to this state As to wheth er a requisition could be lawful is sued luiS Mr IScckhnm or would be reeognied it is unnecessary for me to express an opinion as there are questions that must be determined by the authority upon whom such n requisition may be made v- Cov Taylor has publicly declarer that he was not and would never be a inlIcldmeet his ncciiscrs face to face There fore there remains but one course open to him anti that is to return as soon as he can walk boldly and brae ly into court anti meet time indictiiinl like n min Any other course wiuM be rank injustice not only to hinsolf but to those of his friends who have been accused of so foul a crime I do not know whether an indictment hns been found against Cov Taylor but if it hns I have 110 doubt that he will promptly surrender himself into time hands of the law nnd believe that nny intimation to time contrary does him an injustice Stint Down fly n Ilnndlt Eagle Pass Tex April 23News- has just reached lucre of the killing of Tordon L Cooke at Acatlan Oaxaea Mexico Cooke was in charge of n railroad construction gang at that place nnd wns standing in n group of hall a dozen men when a bandit rode up and tired several shots into them killing young Cooke His father who is exSheriff Cooke of Maverick comma ty Texas has taken the matter up with the Mexican authorities Mm C IL Ilnnkell Dent Chicago April 22Mrs Caroline M Haskell well known because of her gifts to the University of Chicago und to the various charitable institu tions of Chicago died Saturday in Michigan City Ind where slut was visiting friends Mrs Hnskcll was time founder of Ilnskcll hall antI the ilaskcll Qriental museum of the Lni merrily of Chicago Among her en dowments was 30t 00 to the Hahue maui hospital of this city Her Clinrlen Itrechrr Dead Hnverhill Mass April 2HevCharles Ueccher n brother of the late Henry Wind Reedier died Saturday at time home of his daughter Mrs 0- V Xoyes in Ceorgetown He was 81 years old and was the youngest of time Reedier family Porle Replica to America Demand Constantinople April JThe porte has replied to the American demands stating that Turkey will compensate American missionaries under the same conditions as in the ease of other for vigil subjects WellKnown Newspaper Man Dealt New York April 2hihemijortht vup n wellknown newspaper man formerly managing editor of time and Express died Saturday night meningitis after an illness of a few weeks Mr Northrup was born in Cleveland in lune 183C Advance In Irleea Nt Coal Washington April Jn interest ing and unusual feature of the statis tics of the coal production in 1899 is the fact that there was an advance in prices the first instance of the kind in ten years Sentenced to Eighteen Year Alcheson Kan April 23In the district court Thomas C Wocrman pleaded guilty to the charge of burn ing the costly residence of J C Fox n prominent citizen and was sentenced to serve IS years in time peni tcntiary Destructive Koreit Fire Winnipeg April 23 Forest fires arn raging on the Southeastern railway Several lumber camps have hen de- ut roved nml over 100000 cords of wood consumed It is feared t lit re may have beth some fatalities 7 7 f rFU HE FEARED THE WORST ThniiBlii lie lint Water on the Ilrnln lint III Fran Were irnundlrm Wlnn tiie doctor railed in re lon e to a Munitions the young man et htm wllhtHS that an lookecli ter cheeks suggested fever 10I time nun of science says the Detroit Free 1rrstAll heavy rold see ventured the doc tarh Sure LmifK as sore a a hell I cant talk above a wllller and wlicn tough Id rather hon n rack Hut want to lie ox amintd anti dont you overlook n Itot or pl involvedThe and questioned MiM a lirivy cold was thevcr sarmon r ciio from pneumonia hut a aRiinSnrrJCertainly What am I lucre for Just your medicine antI stay right in bed until say you cat mauve anytimingfloimNota thing Your heads as sound as a ollar Thank Heaven Ill tell you why I ask 1 no evening ago I went to a wedding re ception on foot Fvcry time I crowed a street I dove in over my flioj tops anti when I got there I was wet to the knees thoughIvery fooIMi taut do yon know what I youNoThat I innt have water on time brain uu SUNLIGHT AT NIGHT tVlmt n rrumlncnl Ilnlilent of Xenla- Sn About Acetylene UnitLot of Lltfht Little lixpcniie Kr mthcXcnlaO Dally Gnzcttc April 13I Mr It M iartielil well known in this City as t lie biipcriutciulcut of t lie M land Powder Works was recently inter viewed by a Gazette representative re garding his ncroonal experience with time new illuiuinaiit known to time com mercial world as Acetylene Gas Mr Carlicld said installed n ten light acctilene generator in tIme cellar of my residence IS North Galloway street about two years ago anti I have used it for illu minating my home every night since I loire certainly given it n thorough test during that length of time and know its advantages While the ma chine is supposed to develop suflieient gas for but ten lights I have often used as many as fifteen lights at once with perfect success The light it gives is brilliant and white and the nearest approach to sunlight of anything yet produced for artificial lighting What about the expense Mr GarIfield I hove paid about four dollars a hundred pounds for the calcium carbide which is used in the generator toI make the gas and use something less than seven hundred pounds a year Approximately the total cost per year has been about twentyseven dollars as the carbide is time only expense It in the perfection of light at little cost and trifling labor free from odor or anything objectionable I have nothing but praise for the generator and the light it develops and I am not speaking theoretically but from my actual experience in my own rest dence In this connection the 1S99 report to time Governor of the State of Mr A W Stiles secretary of the Girls Indus trial Home at Itathbone 0 regarding the Acetylene Gas plant in use in that institution will be of interest to our readers Mr Stiles says Our Acetylene Gas plant has given very gratifying results during the past year tIme light from it being a very steady white light with out smoke by far superior and more satisfactory than that furnished by the old system used here We now have about burners which cnn be in creased with but a very small outlay to five times that number We have had no trouble in getting all the car bide we need Including all expenses incurred in remodeling and changing the gas plant to the present system our lights have not cost us nearly so much for the year as did the system abandoned in July 1S98 There is no more danger in using it than there is in the use of any gas We tiink it is the best light known nnd requires but little skill in its manufacture The popularity of this new illuminant is attested by the fact that in the few years since its development into a corn mercial possibility over fifty thousand buildings have been successfully lighted by it and the annual ratio of in crease is becoming greateryearly It is the ideal light for dwellings stores churches anti every class of building where artificial light is need ed and it is little wonder that theown ers of indifferently lighted buildings are looking earnestly into the subject of lighting by Acetylene Ga- shlpsopDoes your wife make any fus when bring home one your friends to thinner without giving her previous notice JlirdenOh no she never makes gonlBostonIts funny that a fellow isnt in the swim irhrn society throws him overboard 1hil udelphu ItcconL THE MARKETS Cincinnati April 21 CATTLECommon 4 4 50 Select butchers 4 5 00 CALVES Extras C 50 10iIfOGS Select packers 5 5 Mixed packers 5 5 40 SHEKP Choice 4 4 75 JIB Extra 7 00 f1 9 00 FLOUR Spring pat 3 65 t 3 00 VIlKATXo 2 reel i4l CORN Xo 2 mixed tj5 41 OATSSo2 mixed j0 2- 7IlYBNo 2 Iii 61 JlAYChoite timothmvll Sui3 00 MESS PORK ul3 17 SiYzEUTIERChChoice creamery clj 20 APPLES Ch to fncy t 4 25 POTATOES Per bn 1 25 1 50 TOBACCO New 3 70 g 17 50 Old 300 c1600 CHICAGO FLOUR Vin patent 3 60 f 3 70 WIlo 2 red 6S4i 60 o IIlrmg 62 fi CO UN Xo 2IViiIOKK Mess 11 75 ft3 SO LAUD Steam C 85 0 97Yz NEW YORK FLOUU Win patent 3 70 ti 3 00 WHEAT Xo 2 red W 70 CORN Xo 2 mixed fji 471I OATSNo 3 mixed i 28 JIYB f 62 PORK MCSS 14 23 Jil3 00 LAUD Steam W 7 43 BALTIMORE FtOUU Win patent 3 65 3 85 WHEAT Xo 2 red C6 67 Southern 68 71 CORX Xo 2 mixed 43J4 43 OATS Xo 2 mixed 29 CATTLE First qual 4 75 5 15 HOGS Western 6 10 6 13 INDIANAPOLIS WHEAT Xo 2 red o 7V CORN Xo 2 mixed 40 OATSNo2 mixed tiJ 26I LOUISVILLE FLOUR Win patent 4 35 g 4 50 WHEAT No 2 red 73 73 CORN Mixed 43 OATS Mixed hi 27 PORK Mesj 13 50 LAHUSteuiu iij 7 25 S Mltilnnn for Itnxrtinll A million of dollars art f ent every rntr upon thepniiiciif liselwll lnt as large an this Mim is it cannot Jtill tocrntnl RJOllnt kjiont lay ixoplc in rnnhot health There is aMiremethailof olitiinii gstrritliUHlit in not a costly one We urge tlioM who have Uoftterjra y cures rh IIia 101 filiation bilioutneu and weak What n Rlnnip Will 1i A PrettY woman can look yniwtlietiraHy nt lie hailrl turn in IlicXvorMand Iif mvi- lat dice begin to feel that he Us troubles AtihUon Ctobe ttc Vonp llralrrfnr tlln4 ronlIiim A tit Fliako Into vumrshuova It rest tliofcnt CmuresGnms1imiauiqmaustiwulieiuSer- clInt Callous AeliiiieSvrentinjr Ioet and In pnnvlns Sails Allens FwtEsLo mains iieuortlplitKliooseasy Sold hJ all tlpivirislH nn hoc rcsiV i atnito mailed F1tEI Address Allen s Olm tel la Key N Y Sweet Lahorhlnw is it voitre stick 3 great worker asked the jras1H lllr He cause I love work replied the lmy bee h1 couldnt lie happy without it IH fact ou huave when hmiltea eloverliiiladclpiiialres Pisos Cure for Consumption is an infalli hIm medicine for coughs auiIeollN W Samuel Ocean Grove N J Feb 17 1OO lcrsi tence in clninjj onpV duty ends in liking it soinctninc like artiiriiiR a taste for olives Atchison Ilobe Each If JlTS1 Fsurasss lye licrIccilytSoldn ennuihmecago Daily News FOR WOMANS HEALTH RoIlOVed I your I was in a terrible state wishing myself heath a good many times Every part of my body seemed to paint in sonic way At time of menstruation my suffering was something terrible I thought there was no cure for me but after taking several bottles of Lydia E Pinhhams Vegetable Compound all my bath feelings were gone I am now well antI enjoying good health I shall always praise your nucthicineMas AMOS FFSCIIIEII Box 220 Romeo Mich Female Troubles Overcome- DEAR Mns PINKIIAU I had female trouble painful menses and kidney complaint also stomach trouble About a year ago I happened to pick tip a paper that contained an advertisement of Lydia IL Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound and when I rend how it had helped others I thought it might help me anti decided to give it a trial I did so anti as a result am now feeling perfectly well wish to thank you for the benefit your medicine has been to inc MKSCIAIIA STIEHKR Diller Neb No ftore Pain DEAH MRS PINKIIAM Your Vega table Compound has been of much benefit to me When my menses first appeared they were very irregular They occurred too often and did not leave for a week or more I always suffered at these times with terrible pains in my back mel abdomen Would be in bed for several days and would not be exactly rational at times I took Lydia K ImkliirrTs Vegetable Compound and menses became regular and pains left me entirelyMiis E F CVSTER Untie Wis SOc i IC 50c too W a Roberts No 246 East Wash ington St Indianapolis lad wrote June 1884 Palmers Lotion has completely cured me of after being treated in for ovcrthree years by various M D- sLotion p Prevents and in curing all such By Druggists only WVL DOUGLAS S3 35O Worth 4 to S6 compared with other i I wearers fThe haveW LfDouglas name and t9 stamped on bottom Tate ft no substitute claimed to f i as good Vejr dealer thould keep Ilirm not we send a pair priceand25ctttaIt leatlwr size and width rap toe Cit tree ErjcMon Haw Use Certaiu Cuugli Cure Trice 25 bf i 5F t r iflOO Reward IflOO Th readers of tiuit paper will le to learn that there is at least one ditae that science has been able to cure in all Hi ttg O anil that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Ime in time only positive cure knuttn to the nieilial fraternity Catarrh living 1 coniilutioiuti disttise rcftiirrs a coBElitutioual treatment Halls Catarrh Cure U taken iutcrnaily acting directly theIstreiwlli hy Imiidini up the con llnl1or am- idasitig nature in il iHK its work The preiirietors mv a much faith in its cuva live iwurerm thil tKey offer UHf Iluntirrd cureSemiAiWre F Clirnry A Ci Tute lo O S1 Iruggist i5t Halls Family 1iLIair the Wit IHciil Hrnminliiir Why Ih Mn CsmMe is the tilenfhmoehiie rnr Mini tins altrntipQ lot f beau aralto Ixcaocea law L N V Ilrt To are n Cold in flume Ua TaUe Laxative Urmwi QtMwIne TalitetK Ati- ttruggiMs relutail mosey if it ftisloctftO 2c A PruJcnt rllfJlkCDV61t Vlicve in link fatter lii hatherVdUvms but I dont ilewnd on it Life n alwaysrof the road Town Top 451piGI nampblets Jr dnrabl mad ALABASTiNE tiaturalcement wall coating 5 paper ready for fourteen beautiful tints rnlring water is a cticcnt tlirongh hardens coatetiand rccoated without washing coata renewing EIs eollnlr Tariotisknlsomineson rarkot being andnotstntkon talhrith glue tolrsEl1ould having goods properly labeled Thcjrtlionld reject F4- I VIt LABASTI N F1Prm- tsmnhscknessparticaXarlythroas ifrfjI P pitF V9 lonit i1iOAnlU nasaalta cnaticKS recommended payer JUichFsan Stats Health account fanltcry L Ifkalsominesplastoreil walls brick orcaniof deorationlhCl 1bSLTHE O8dA TFIL LIGHT 1 IFor your hem strumc church hall is Acetylene yon wifl lcnll u your tlamr address postal card will mail you a economicallyjt booklet containing full information regarding anti showing how sim I BUCKEYE ACETYLENE I i Dealers in Acetylene Generators Calcium Carbide 8 Canby Dayton Ohio 2flOI New England Cleveland Ohio High Street Columbus Ohio tyIi Heres How To Save Ten Hours You want to San Francisco Time save ten hours Natural route via Louis take trains which arrive there in the evening you cant do better Any number of routes Louis they neednt worry you either for the first leave after you get in also the quickest by ten hours thats whole day maybe longer you call work Now remember the route its Wabash to Omaha and Union Pacific Thats you need specify to your local ticket agent its lies familiar with AfoMci simple complete about some liiinit worth knowing want reach western specific information about your best train and connections railroad and sleeping fares and the rate wilt riaht Address CRANE GeOl Fassr Ticket Spring Body Cleaning th a a II to X C St spring you clean the house you live to get rid of the and dirt which collected in the winter Your body house your soul lives becomes filled up during the winter all manner of filth which should have been removed from day day but was not Your body needs cleaning inside your bowels your 55 your kidneys are full of putrid and you dont clean them out the spring youll be bad odor with and everybody else all summer DONT USE A HOSE to dean body inside but sweet but positive and forceful CASCARETS work while you sleep prepare all the filth collected in your body for removal and drive it off softly gently but none the less surely leaving your blood pure and nourishing your stomach and bowels clean and lively and your liver and kidneys healthy and active Try 10cent box today and not satisfied get your money backbut youll see how the cleaning of your body AtADE EASY BY any needy mortal suffering from bowel troubles and poor to buy CASCARETS will send a box free Sterling Remedy Company or New York msntioning advertisement and paper 3 8 BARBERS ITCH vain Soap assists afflictions SHOES ffifgg Tudorsedbyover 1000000 3 be it pUin or iaiinnmL cents a pleated w Itrooklys iEST a CO and r money from days good S Every the filth yourself fragrant that Chicago tlTourretniiY intruduee- i in esry Countyrrliable per li is1 jellhtr n tnrnlbril HIKE haiul Jin rftl Box American raropIlTatln mnu irro- MATIflIIY 1000 liirwnt nine UruOin tn iwrfiMIInn Jianre Music SoiuiJle or hymn lor tint tut ce ir IttL Oil rpt nt tlWr we rAII our rrriHitliil omr t ur Cl an T OLU LU Street Sew York la 3 or Years an IflJependencelsAssurst If late homes la Western Canada hs 5hodof plenty llliis totted eliins eiwriences of fanners Informtstreduirailway rites co ba U on appllration to to4- Saperlntcnilrnt of Immigration JJepartmcc ii Iniirlortntawa Canada or address the Undersiz ed who mall you atlases pamphlets etc i i eftost 1KULKY Siiptof Immlcrationottaw Canada or to I U SingneM OC T 1IOWIKS Indianapolis ln LIVE STOCK GUTS We will famish duplicate of LIVE STOCK CUTS orany OTHER CUT shown In an SHECIMEt EjOK at or below quoe l rria fr same A N KnuOGSJ NPNY51PAPER CO sis 1tI4ii tat Iuueiumatt Iif hire in Ib package mad use In white and br with cold It that goes n process of celling with age mid ofT oll before DiLfiUM w TSU all thq durable the Alabasdno insUton the In pactase all Imitations T injcr8l3CothiiiBjustnBgoo rntiribntablo to coIion vail It lias been r In a pnMUhed by tho IHoard ot on of its s t1nonl erlling p anl any one bra h ton ltadml180hadlrwall C n a a 4p5 S S littin or If 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OWMGSVim OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY PER YEAR IN ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENT For Appellate Judge To the Republicans of the Seventh Appellate District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of S the Court of Appeils from this 4t district subject to your action k Election November 1900 Resp ED C OKEAR THURSDAY APRI L 26 1900 r AN automobile trust is threaten ed but the common peoplo can well be serene over it The only effect it can have for them will be to pre vent the reduction in price until the vehicles are within a poor mans reach TilE Steel Wire andNail Trust is suffering from overproduction and for relief has shut down n num ber of factories and mode a cut of 20 per cent in nIl prices Maybe some of the evils of the trusts will correct themselves SENATOU HAKKEL who turned the k itmOft important trick for the Goe belite pretenders is disgusted with the ingratitude of those for whom lie wrecked hit political reputation- amid is going to resign and move to 4 Texas Such is the reward of po litical knavery 5sr == Ibm BAIIKY distanced Chilian and will in due limO be U S Sen tntrfrom Texas Senator Bailey will see to it that Texas wool is am 1 ply protected in spite of the haunt t ings of the ghosts or all departed leaders and teachers of Jeffersoni an Democracy painfully by ILCmCAGW dArcos the Span attend the Dewey celebration on the anniversary of I f the battle of Manila Bay hut upol 4t ogies have been made and if the Minister wont say anything more about it Chicago wont As an illustration of times work rt ing since 1S9C Congressman Sib t t heyof Pennsylvania hits been re nominated for Congress by the R- et 4 publicans In the Bryan campaign a Sibley WitS one of tho conspicuous t SixtecntoOnestcrs and holds his present neat by Democratic votes w u PCBLIC office as an opportunity t appreciated in other countries this Fortyfour Russian 0 including two admi t jbesides reported under arrest at owing to irregularities r i4 in the construction department ot f the Russian navy and the embez of millionsj i1zlement is a rather remarkable ag itation on now among ministers of the great Presbyterian Church for JI a revision of the churchs creed known as the Westminstur Confes sion of Faith It is not an un healthy sign when men aspire to i more intellectual freedom on broad and liberal planes of thought CARL BRowSE of Coxey army i4notoriety was greeted with silence dense enough to be broken off in chunks when he proposed Admiral Dewey for President on the Pop 1ulhit middleoftheroad ticket at ItheMissouri State convention of party Browne is a cheerful and picturesque adventurer PEOPLE wont stop wondering J why Englands boasted humanity and enlightened civilization will I1SLpermit her to continue a costly and bloody war to make a Sdconquestof the territory of the two I 1 excellently governed Boer repub lics while sixty million of Great 1Britains subjects in India are star i other nations are sending them shiploads of food t TORKET owes the United States 90000 and has been for years I vf promising to pay next Saturday Uncle Sam is tired and is considers i t Ilagan ultimatum to the Sultan to pay or replevy or Ill take it out of your hide The Sultans bank- is full of the latter sort of curren VFcyand he isnt a bit afraid ofa run on the bank IUNcomplaint of a woman that been swindled by a grain broker the police made a raid in Chicago and caught seventeen wo I j Smen in a place where they met to i I playwheat instead of sticking to womans sphere and playing sweet 4l The women were mostly middle aged well dressed and dreaded f4II publicity When the new woman arrives in full force at the goal she is aiming at she will be pretty like the old mnnin tricks t4andmanners ADVISING the Bryanite against Bryanism is about as efficacious as singing psalms to a dead Injun yet frYjGrover Cleveland and exGovernor j of Ohio one by letter and the other by speech told the Brooklyn Democratic Club on the recent anniversary of Thomas Jef fersons birth a whole lot of solid- truths in regard to the Democratic partys present leadership taking it anywhere but into the promised land SENATOR GALLINQER of New r Hampshire Chairman of the Pen sion Committee has introduced 1 bill to pension Gen Longstreet at 50 a month us Major in the U S Army in the Mexican war Gen c iMt Longstreet was next to Stonewall t Jackson Gen Lees ablest lieutenant but he has been a Republican since shortly after the Civil war The fate of time bill will b watched with interest and it may establish a precedent by which other Mex ican veterans who were also in the r Lj1 Confederate army may secure lor er pensio- ns5iCi r p 11 I ta 5ir I1i p ra Jh zd I It addition to the most complete tock of tv SOMETHING NEWLADIES MISSES CHILDRENS MENS BOYS SHOESEVER KEPT KY HAVE OFClofbingDATE STOCK riirnisniDg Goods Notions You get everything new and the latest up to the minute Give me call before you buy I can surely save you money as my terms are CASH Old Stand Maui Street Gillons Shoe Store THE Goehel machine is not work ing in nil its parts just like it used to The Honorable OHio James hind every right to expect that it would grind him out the Congres sionul nomination in tho First district but the Wheeler men threw the machine out of gear in the interest of the incumbent and lames Into retired to muse on thin unrcr taintif of politics THK conviction of four Goebel ites in the Louisville Federal Court for intimidating negroes from voting irt a pretty good answer to the charge unit time troops intimidated anybody from voting Tho in tim idators will get not exceeding ten years in prison and 5000 line for their excessive zealas election workers Nobody could bo found that had been prevented by the troops from voting THE British nobility when they cut looso from time matrimonial trim iiitions and customs of their order either take to London variety nc tresses or American heiresses but Earl Russell already married hard and fast to a titled English lady who went on the stage came to America and married Mollio Cooke an actress at Reno Nevada His lawful spouse will make a hot time for him in London when he goes home As expected Judge Can trill decided that the Goebelite pretenders were entitled to the minor State offices The Republicans were put in a quandary Vith ultimate de feat in the courts staring them in the face they had to vacate in ton days under order of the court or give bond for costs in order to take tho cases through nil tho courts The costs amount up to a larger sum titan tho Republicans can af ford to waste AT tho Louisiana State election the Democrats made an absurdly clean sweep electing time Governor over both the fusion and regular Republican candidates by a major ity of 43034 out of a total vote of 77550 elected a completo Legisla ture carried every parish in the State except two and elected every State and local officer except two sheriffs four police judges and throe justices of the Line Louisiana a Goebel lawITOE Boer women have solved one phase of the new woman problem A report from British sources says a number of dead Hoer soldiers on the battlefield have beenidiscovcred to be women in mens clothes and two prisoners also wero found to bo women by compulsory bathing or der for sanitary reasons The Boer population is made of pretty stern stuff and if they were given time to develop in a national way no doubt they would make such progress in the refinements of life as to hold their own with any people Tin war revenue tax is raising more money than the Government needs but Congress dare not try to reduce it for fear the interests af fected will bring pressure to bear for reductions that would impair the whole system However any surplus can be readily dissipated if not for useful purposes at least in paternal schemes In the line of increasing tho navy the surplus could bo well spent and with a more general approval of the people than in most any other way THE Franklin county grand jury made one run and returned indict ments against Henry Youtsey Hol lin Whitaker Jim Howard Berry Howard and Tallow Dick Comb as principals in a conspiracy to as sassinate Wm Goebel and against Chas Finley W H Culton F W Golden Caleb Powers and John L Powers as accessories to same On a second run indictments were re turnedagainst John Davis and Green Golden also as accessories April 30tb was set for a hearing in Court of the indicted men TIlE ugliest pantaloons ever worn soberly and in earnest are those baggy things fitting skin tight at tho knees worn by the Britishof ficers and men in South Africa They are more comical than a clowns dress No doubt the eagerness of the Boers to shoot them britches accounts largely for the British losses in battle Even Gen erals Roberts and Kitchener wear the funny things and look like one could break their legs at the knees with a light stroke of a shinny stick THE Republicans In Texas Ten nessee and Alabama are badly split probably by jealousies of lenders and desire for spoils rather than by reason of principles Such factional divisions are never as creditable as those among Democrats over questions of profound principle though the Democratic party has a large number of lend ers wouldbe leaders and some ac tually having temporarycommand ing influence in tho party that are as much out of place in the party professing the principles taught by Thomas Jefferson as Charles C Moore would be in the o fico of Archbishop in the Catholic church for instance Bryan Altgeld Till man and all those who fully knowing the facts yet say the Gobelites did right in securing by hookand crook the offices for which they were defeated as plainly and hon estly as ever a State ticket was in Kentucky t IJ 7 P11 iJj J t v 4 i J i t 0 c1d r 1 r 4INJo Jw f b I J and I a u IT is reported from Rio Janeiro that three Southern states of Brazil inhabited exclusively by Germans and embracing u territory larger titan Germany are arming und preparing to eeuedu from Brazil and form n confederacy under the pro tection of Germany That will give Undo Sam pause in his imperialis tic career in the Eastern Hemis phere and give him a job uphold in time Monroe Doctrine His and Bounding llillys navies lire pretty well matched and the German is honing to try his FCICIICO against Yankee assurance and daredevil try TilE British government owing to the tidu of public opinion in England line recalled some of the olllcers tried anti found wanting in the South Africa war and it ap pears to be on the point of ordering others back home including GenII Duller and Warren There seems to be a dawning consciousness in the minds of Englishmen that aria tocracy of birth und the favoritism of the ruling elements do not pro vide for tho brains necessary in leaders for warfare Time English man is slow in learning but lie generally sticks to what ho thinks he has learned For that reason when England does by evolution become a republic it will bo a sure enough one- PimosrEluTY KS great and widespread ns nearly ever known is un doubtedly here but the strike of the striker is heard in the land as usual in days of prosperity Strik ing is oftentimes organized limbers frolic when it is particularly well fed und kittenish Some strikes are justifiable some are not Each should he judged on its individual merits But no strikers ever have time legal or moral right to interfere with laborers who take the place of the strikers Organized labor is abusing power when it attempts that sort of interference and puts itself as much in time wrong us any other organization that abuses power whether organized capital or what not Organized labor at tempting unlawful compulsion of others is animated by the same spirit of selfishness and moral wrongdoing as organized capital when it seeks government aid to practice extortion on the people by means of trusts or monopolies bar ricaded bohind a protective tariff that prohibits foreign Forge Hill The littlo twoyearold son of Mr and Mrs T J Bailey is not expected to live Miss Effio Ulery has been very ill time past week with inflammatory rheumatism but is thought to be betterW A Williams of the Lexington Bible College spent from Saturday until Monday with his parents here He preached to n large congregation at Slate Valley Sunday East Fork of Flat Creek Leonard Copher of the Reynolds villo vicinity was here Friday About 4 oclock last Saturday morning we heard a whippoorwill No corn planted here yet Some farmers ure not done breaking ground In reply to Odessa will say that the doctor will be prepared for ull emergencies s 0Nallus Perkins who got hlstJoyrj hurt from a thorn some time moi4- not much better J Crooks Currie Hart of near Olympia was here Sunday Sam Watson of Estill county was horo on business last week Wiley and Bert Carmichael of Menifee hero Sun day George Pendleton bought four barrels of corn of Johnnie Johnson at 3 per barrel Some of our farmers vhqplant ed their corn about three weeks ago are planting it over again Joe Turley of Mt Sterling purchased some hogs of J F Johnson to be delivered in May at DC per lb A protracted meeting will begin at Sugar Grove schoolhouse Wed nesday night April 23d Elder Greenwado conducting the services Bethel Will Henderson and wife spent Thursday in Flcmingsburg- I S Trumbo and CB Williams spent last week fishing in Licking Mrs W P Given and little son Charles went to Flemingsburg Fri dayS P Baird and wife of Carlisle epent Sunday with their daughter Mrs CyArrasmith Mrs Rollio Kirkland of Carlisle spent last week with her parents W R Peters and wifo Miss Annie Vanaredale returned homo Thursday from Floriduwhcre she had been some months much improved in health The farmers are making good use of this nice weather plowing and planting but the Lexington weather prophet says we are to have two more snows rk r1jv F f J 7 f f1F5f 4 flats andJ STRICTLY JAMES GILLON competitio- nCORRESPONDENCE countyvisited Licking Union Sundayschool was organized at the M E Church Sunday K W McKinney and wife visited in Rowan CoSaturday and Sunday Miss Nora Teal of Farmers came Saturday to visit her aunt Mrs It 1 Fanning Samuel Fairboll who has been foreman over the lumber mill for some time left last week for his home in West Virginia Misri Blanch Villinuifl of Moores Ferry who hail been visiting rel atives here anti at Yalo for the past three weeks returned home Saturday accompanied by Elbert Caesity Hillsboro Rev S A lay left Monday for Lexington II A Day went to Cincinnati Monday on business Robert Stewart is very poorly with little hope of recovery J V Campbell left Saturday for his home at Georgetown Ohio Tom Kirk of Minerva is visit ing his sister Mrs Dr Winter Mrs lIon E M Monoyof Sapp visited her father Robert Stewart last week John S Crawford whose mind was unbalanced few days ago is getting better Miss Sallie Fans and Mrs Will Mark of Owingsvillo were guests of Mrs Mota Paris Sunday Rot J W Gardiner was called Friday to the bedside of his moth er nt Boyd Harrison county White Sulphur Elms McClain is just alivo Roe Walton has gone to West VirginiaAs End is very ill I will write a few items Men arc here looking over the old Clear Creek ore fields Jake Pergram was reported dying at the time this was written B F Piersall who has boon quite sick the past week with neu ralgia is sonic better Morehciid dont let Dewey scare you out Uncle Ben and myself were fixing to stump time State for you- Farmers are earlier in this jfcirt than common Some are done planting corn The acreage is larger than usual W J Fell has cloyed all his mills down until time tanbark carl be taken It will take them two years more to finish manufacturing the Ewing tract here which comprises ten thousand acres A W Kirrick Wm Daniel R a Lee and family pulled out Mon day morning of last week for Iowa They are all good citizens We are glad they are going where their votes will be counted SharpsourR Jas W Elgin of Maysville was here last week Tom Jeff Jones of Cynthiana visited relatives here last week Tobacco plants seem to have come up good and are doing well Hunter English of near Judy was here on business Wednesday A G Spratt sold to A W Eng hell one good work mule for 125 Uncle Joo Harden sold to C C Boyd a sow and four pigs for 1250 S S Rails sold to Mr Bales of Richmond a nice coach gelding for 800 S T Howard sold to Ben Trip lett two fouryearold geldings for 200 Mrs Will Ratliff and Mrs John Sharp were in Mt Sterling Wed nosdny Mrs E E Peck and daughter Miss Florence were in Mt Sterling shopping Wednesday- F S Allen sold to Lewis Rodg ers of Bourbon Coone Shorthorn yearling bull for 70 I Mrs Sarah A Triplett spent last week with her daughter MrsJ C Orear near Mt Sterling The wheat crop never looked better and grew faster than it has in this section in the last week- Miss Hattie Triplett began a thoudge1lHillwith 14 scholars iJ Some of our farmers who have their hogs engaged at 4c and 4cfor May delivery seem to have missed it just a wee bit Chas H Frazer has moved his family from Mt Sterling to tho home of W H Smathers near town and will occupy part of his house Mrs Jas Hopkins of near Little Rock Bourbon county and Mrs George Denton of Plum spent sev oral days last week with relatives near town Mrs Ann Barkley returned last week from a protracted visit in Florida for her health but was not improved any having had a second stroke of paralysis while there W H Ratliff has rebuilt time blacksmith shop in the burnt district here and C F Browning has the frame up for his building and it will be ready to move into the last of next week C r c t f t1ttSf Upper Prickly Ash There have been some hogs changing hands at 4 and 4c Sam Lathram bought a cow anti calf of Dawson Tnpp for 38 D C Shrotit spent Sunday with his brother T S Shrout in Ow ingsvillo Miss Era Hamilton visited rela tives and friends in Owingsvillo first of tho week Too Toy and wife of Flat Creek visited Emmett lark and wifo Saturday anti Sunday Mrs Frances Hamilton and son James are visiting relatives in Montgomery county this week Thomas Ryan wifo and daugh ter Miss Nellie of Reynoldsville visited their mint Mrs Frances Hamilton Sunday Elder Will Ii 0 Williams of Lex ington Bible College preached to a largo crowd at Harpers school house Saturday night Mrs Nancy Shrout and son Les lie visited the families of Albert Wilson and Thomas L Peters near Bethel Saturday and Sunday Died Sunday April 22d infant child of Mr and Mrs Thos Cline Interment at the Cartmill grave yard Monday Time family have time sympathy of the community in their bereavement Moores Ferry Miss Jala Cassity of Yale is vis ising her sister Mrs J E Johnson Wm Emmons of Ringos Mill visited Mrs Sibbio McDonald on Tuesday of last week Mrs John Otis is very low unless thorn is a change fur the better soon she cannot last long Luther Cook of Yale visited his mother Mrs Elizabeth Cook last week Mrs Cook is very sick Mrs Sarah Jones of Forge Hill and Mrs Lafayette Sorrell of Knob Lick visited T W Rico Sunday Miss Blanchic Williams who had been visiting relatives at Yale for sonic time returned home Satur day Wm McLnin of Montgomery county is visiting his sister Mrs W A IJaty who is very poorly with asthmaMrs Anna Shrout is very low Mrs Purthena Shrout is very sick I John C Atchisons little girl An nil O P Shrout anti J E John J son are all on the sick list Elder W A Williams of Lexing ton Bible College preached at lied ricks Sunday morning to n large and appreciative audience We predict for this young divine H bright future in tho pastoral field of the church of Christ Our young physician Dr C is getting on splendidly Recently he was called to see a patient suffer ing with tho grip Dr tried hard to break time measles out on him It appears he could not do much with the grip but ho was iml on the measles Knob Lick Some corn planted Ideal farming weather Sundayschool was well attended Oats and young clover are doing nicely goodfruitT J Barnes had a carload of corn shipped here Jas Anderson and Emmet Part logshauledT J Barnes and Lisle Flood commenced scraping ore for the company with several teams last week Cam Rice breaks time reord for work Ho is 73 years old and has broken and planted 20 acres of corn sowed his oats made the garden repaired considerable fence all by himself and can stand flat footed and jump astride a horso getting young in his old days Tho Rebel went to Mt Sterling and got eight quarts of whisky Jack is enjoying life to his hearts content can not say how long it will Inst that is the whisky or Jacks enjoyment one about as longas the other the whisky will give out a little time soonest Died Friday night infant child of Mr and Mrs Sam McClain of spinal meningitis We extend our heartfelt sympathy Grieve not fond parents but be consoled in our Saviours word Suffer little children to come unto me and for bid them not for of such is the kingdom of Heaven We had an election hero Satur day to levy a tax to buya lot to build a schoolhouse on The Roes Run Iron Co had bought the land where the house stood no reserve being mado to them of the parties from whom they bought The company agrees to deed an additional lot without any cost except making and recording the deed If the parties who have been professing they did not want to change the location from where it is have a chance to provo to time people they are sincere by levying the tax to build a house on time present site there were 24 to 1 against the tax to buy a lo- tAdvertise in The Outlook dt p Wyoming Miss Mary Markland was hero Sunday W S Day and wife are visiting in Rowan county Will and Sam Lathram attended Court at Flemingsburg Monday J L Vice and Jeff Atchieon aro in the mountains looking for sheep Mr and Mrs Will Jackson went Sunday to Sherburno to visit thoir father W T Huff We are now having nice growing weather and time gardens and grass are advancing rapidly Sam Barber and family have re turned from Menifee county whore they had been since Christmas Born last week to Mr and Mrs Roland Williamson a daughter to Mr and Mrs Kirby Hedrick a daughterOmar Wilson was here last week buying up the few remaining hogs Ho bought some of D B Conyers at 450 and some of W T Lath ram at 430 Time yards and orchards hire are fragrant with the peach and plum bloom and wo are very much in hopes there will bo no more cold weather to kill them sellingIago S Reeves anxious to get a good price for his horse offered to sell him by weight JL Vice agreed to give him 6c and the Dr thinking he would weigh eleven hundred agreed to take it So be was taken off to be weighed and drew an even thousand You can imagine in what spirits the buyer and seller wended their way hom- eOdessa Mrs Wm Whitton has typhoid feverLook out for Mr Influenza He is coming to see you John W Darnell bought a two yearold bull of John Doyle of East Fork Saturday for 32 Joseph R Jones of Lexington Bible College filled his appointment here Sunday in fact he filled three appointments Sunday He preached at tho church in the morning at 11 and evening at 330 oclock Dr A W Jones on last Tuesday was called to see 42 different pa tients and reports 40 of them were suffering from influenza J In the obituary of Mrs Jencttle Sncdegar last week we stated that she was the lust member of Jessie and Polly Gregorys family Since then wo learn that one sister Mrs Coly Brown survives her who with her husband lives in Morgan Co Omar Wilson was in this vicinity in search of butchor stuff last weekand told several of his good humored jokes He said he had been detained on the road by ladies hollowing at him He didnt seem to care for the detaining but they called him Deso Your scribe has in the past scuf fled with what was called la grippe and what was called epizootic and pinkeye etc but I always won the battle or called it a tie But this thing they call influenza which seems to be made up of the worst ingredients of all the others named took hold of me last Satur day a week I held my own until Wednesday that old headburster eyeachorbackbreakerlungBbakor influenza said to me or at least I understood it that way Come down on your back or Ill kill you and I came and stayed a while CraiRS ITwo Mormon elders are preaching at Peastlcke Mrs Melissa Snedegar is able to visit her near neighbors Dont ever give up the ship Our liberties have been too dearly boughtJohn K Jones and wire visited their daughter Mrs Jo Toy near Sharpsburg last week J T Staton wife and children of Moores Ferry were guests of Mrs Statons parents Richard Fer guson and wife Saturday night and Sunday Ycur scribe had the pleasure of the company of four little girlfriends the past week Misses Lot tie Garner of Slate Valley Alma Toy and Sarah Alice Ferguson of Forge Hill and Ainie Toyof Craigs Mr and Mrs Felix Warren gave a dinner on the thirteenth in honor of Mr Warrens 54th anniversary of his birth All their children and grandchildren and a number of friends were present and spent an enjoyable day awaylustness To the bereaved children we extend our sympathy in their sad loss MOT1IEE sleepAmong keepTillTenderly parting oh sweet bo thy rest Joyous the meeting In realms of tho blest Wo gently strew thy gravo with flowersWhile tears fall like rain Lonely will bo the dreary hours Till we meet again Then gladly moot when time Is 110 more goldell p Naylors Branch We are having some fine spring weather at present Born April 20th to Od Manley and wife a daughter Silas Barber lost yearling steer from swelling on clover Elder Willie Williams preached at Slate Valley Sunday evening Elders B II Ross and B F Par ker and Willie Williams and Joe CoHogaiKitty Coyle Satuaday Sam Lathram bought the follow ing stock 3yearold mare and a sow and pigs of George Norris 2 fine hogs of J T Lathram for 26 two sows and pigs of J A Tinciier for 25 and two hogs of Banks Coylo of Prickly Ash at 4c AUNT KITTT COTLES DEATuAf- ter a long illness of old age Aunt Kitty Coyle died at 4 40 oclock Fridayafternoon April 20th 1900 at her homo on Naylors Branch Her last sickness was prolonged for severalweeks and a person never had more careful nursing andatten ion by friends and relations than she Everything possible was done to alleviate her sufferings and dnysherespring evening the sufferer laid down her earthly burden anden tered into the glorious realms of longblissfulby the conditions of their sojourn on earth Funeral services were conducted by Elder T S Tinsley at tho residence at 3 oclock p m Saturday April 21st after which sue was laid beside her late husband passed away about 7 years ago at tho burying ground on Jno T Lathrams place near by The following children survive her Misses Matilda Lucy and Josie 81 home Mrs J N Norris and John M oLthe community and J Match Coyle of Reynoldsville The fam ily have time sympathy of the en tiro community in their sad loss Aunt Kitty was born April 14th 1821 Moorofield Miss Branch will leave this week for Hot Springs Arkansas Thor Williams father of Shed Williams was paralyzed Thursday Mrs Susan Lane and daughter Fannie visited relatives near here FridayDuring Mrs Kashs illness Mis Finley McClain was sworn in a deputy postmaster Misses Susan Gregory and Nellie Lano visited friends near here Sun day mind attended Easter services S F Stone bought at the sale o Polled Angus cattle in Carlisle Saturdayone cow and male calf for 116 The warm days and light show ers here brought out the gardens and fruit trees will have some peaches Geo Lambert now of West Vir glum is visiting his father Geo says he is getting 175 per da for his work Dr Swango line painted his house white with green and red trimmings which brightens this end of town very much Mrs Swnngo is down with measles There has been ah epidemic of measles and pneumonia in this neighborhood for several weeks Millard Adams received a dis patch Thursday that his only child Sam who bad been living in Missouri some years was dead Ho left a widow and two children The family of Thos Blunt is improving Some of the sick are able to be up Every member of the family was in bed at one time fattier mother and seven chil dren Easter services consisting of recitations dialogues etc by the children were held in the Union M E Church Sunday Services open ed by song from choir reading from let to 8th verse of Matthew 28 by Rev Dick Caldwell prayer by Bro Jennings The children didexceedingly well At the close Mrs C W Durham made an earn est appeal in behalf of the 20th Century Fund and a collection was taken up Closing remarks and prayer by Bro Jennings South Side The printer is a gonerous whole souled fellow he is always setting em up Wo gladly welcome Jas Moore and familyof Owingsville back on the creek Honest Joe Blackburn should copyright his remarkable funeral orationsWill bought a load of corn from William Horseman on Prickly Ash at 3 It is almost time for the boys and girls to go hunting johnny jumpups Will some one please tell the price of pasturing chickens ducks geese and turkeys and oblige It is said that one of South Sides most prominent society bloods will soon take unto himself a rib Mrs Dowey wants to run for the Presidencythat is she wants George to let her use his name in the schema ik 5S r L5 1 of 4 c While passing we had the pleas ure to stop in and hear Miss Min nie North render some very fine music on her new organ Easter Sunday was properly ob served in this community ie in regard to the egg question sonic of the boys claim they ate 23 and 28 Enemies of the cigarette never make light of it Neither will a sober man make fun of a drunken c man because he has sympathy for himThe farmers are too buiy with their cornplanting and oatssowing to speak to you as you pan by L them much less furnishing ye correspondent I with any items Married at Frenchbnrg MrPolk Adams and Miss Addio Grear We congratulate them as worthy people and throw our old shoo after them plumb full of benedictions We see that Walter COplier 6t 11ter I dudes pass him Old Tar Heel his horse will be food for vultures Several of our young girland iboys are sporting some well ij oped cases of the measles sorry for them if they had to develJthe same kind of tea that when we bad it Jr Plenty of men right here gruntJday in and day out with a bottle of patent medicine in one hand and a spoon in the other that have never taken a bath since their grandmother bathed them when they were kids r IWe had a splendid rain last week The downpour was accompanied by much thunder and lightning Itrom which tho weather prophets conclude that spring has come may be here but youd better your potted plants in the house few days longer ItiWest End the noted charmer and frograider of tucky has been mixingy around springhaving ftepntesseason providingJess Caudill hasnt ishaken the Pretender eggsIand few J4twill try idance over hopes The more the honest people tsee and hear of Beckbam the less they are inclined to place him in Ithe Governors chair SI fithroughherebiting two dogs for Alf Warner it got under John Craigs floor While 1 they were driving the dog out not thinking it was mad it bit Rube fortunntelyhis i largerTaking it all in all we can now safely say that there will be nearly cropsa crogofspears plums and chernes a atcrop of strawberries and rnppbar D ries and n full crop of blackberries and grapes But we still have the most dangerous part of the season fto pass 1SOwing to so many public works going on under this great adminis tration of hard times farm hands are very scarce end farmers will very much discouraged bofork beIsummer is out If they a tenhour system of labor instead ef 48 hours as they usually work after which cut stovowood pack weY f the farm While investigatinga of delia quents last week we met a man who has taken THE OUTLOOK since Jan 1 1894 and refused to pay but a dollar on the grounds that he didnt subscribe for it any longer than the one year He consented to being placed on the list by his own statement and said that ha had been getting the papegregu larly and couldnt alcwht tout He very magnanimously oif dealhihitor didnt do business that way j 9runningsomething for nothing and beating 3 everybody they can We have men right here who think all editors ought to send them their paper free of charge because they profess religion The editor is 6 worse off for this man having lived but should be richer in common hones ty Both the law and common hon esty are against this man and allt1debtthey use If you are getting a IIf paper which you do not exngtj- pay t for have it stopped and then dtcongratulate yourself on selfrespect enough to do the ri thing even when the law or gbtfthing else doesnt compel you party who furnished the for these remarks said that he 1Jwould pay a dollar but if wo did not accept that then to get it allfJwe could As far as the concerned and if we were the edIitor we could and would get it if he was worth it he ought not to ibe if be is He ought to be on the if extreme end of the peninsula of poverty where the winds and waves of want and destitution could mock his hunger and chill his naked hide until he would repent in sack cloth and ashes and pay his honest debts SCHIST CONTINUED ON FIRST PJlOB For a Good ShaveO- R FIRSTGLASS HAIRCUT OB SHAMPOO oo TO TUX ShopIncleaning yonrhouseROBERT JOHNSON iT I