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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f b y I 4al j jL toA w 1 I n i 1 Pr JJ 4 t I 4 T It bE t mingLLe nttook fi c 1 j I f nu ==cc tifi2VOL xxi OWINGSVILLE KFNTUKY THURSDAY MAY 3 inn NO AJ T 5 r When yon item or wish to c01iimltlll1 OuTLoo11oflcn 7 E C PEWIT Dentist located t over J M Richnrts store Office hours 8 to 2a iu 1 to 5 p m f Gardens arc needing rain f Go toMrs EStIII1Or Lace Curtains Poles Brackets etc Local buyers arc pnying twenty e three cents per pound for the best wool Tom Keene is the best cigar in the world For sale by Brother it 4 Goodrmster 3 TJnSiSherburno items postmarked April 23d didnt reachour olllcc until the 26th Red Yellow and White Sweet Potato Plants at Brother kGood pasters The woods fires have made the whole country smoky like during Indian cummertoFon SAXEA purebred 175lb Poland China hoar cheap 0 W HOXAKEH SK Born Friday morningApril 27th antoson Charles TinsleyinGet prices on the Champion Mowers and Malta Double Shovel Plows and Cultivators at Eugene Minihane 41tf Maexpresswas severely injured by beingsto thrown from a train near Thats right Brother i Good paster have the finest beds of Sweet Potato Plants this spring they have t r ever had 1 There is considerable complaint or tobacco plants not comingIsisfnctori1y on drcooIweather PeblMjjBtock of dress goods is newt and t5hiah and I will not bo under BoldlyBnyono Mir D S Eriuye Elder B H HOPS Ml out of the top of G A Feeds barn near town Thursday of lust week and was bruised up considerably on the IcfjLcIdc and hl1I sehrsold to Good paster k Scott 330 bushels of wheat at G7J per hii ntI3 the ygrauary Mr Swflnam as sold a 3yearnIil mule to J A 4 SncIHng for 80IttTho famous Red lhrmUdaSwee 7ii n1 u t t J =plant at Brother it Goodpagtcrs t Mn3 1300 Ir rEx unsW nATEs From Preston to Louisville May 2 to 19 good to 2Utl fare roundtrip on 3 10 to 19 one fare good two days from witripof May FestivalruIf you have never had ono of the stallion J S Browns colts consult brSand action DaGWCoEES jIt ditriScebyhis father M D Farcin that ofSSee the bargains in lawns and dimities hat I am offering 1I SiS know I can please you MRS D S ESTIIX DIED Miss Lizzie PerkinA frS daughter of Parker ofconEuraption at the home of her father on Lick Branch Monday SSground Sne is the thud daughter MrPerkins has lost by the same S disease WT S Shrout will sell you a new buggy from 35 up or trade for any kind stodk or old vehicles He filliil1 save you money Plenty to from dont lose money by not seeing him 404 Ltbroke out in Mt Sterling about 4 oclock Tuesday morning and de stroyed Trimble Bra warehouse Chiles Thompson 1 Coa stable slhouse occupied by Hettie Chiles alKaituated on and near tho rail road The loss is said to be about 5000 Do 1 keep hats Well no not very long for our stock is so pretty and prices so low that the ladies carry them otf quickly Call on us Everything new MRS ESTILL cvIicyindmarriage near Channel Ford on upp Licking river Saturday Ap srI 21at A weddin supper was 6 jgiven the following night at the neyIsaprosperous years old Ills first wife was a daughter of the late Squire W- Ellington The bride is an atti rae many1ftiendcluded to join hearts and hands on lif pilgrimage and wish them lun nt pr sprity and abiding Jiapplnes P 1 J 1f ar f C 1tt ff r JrKi1 1L- I J dt rifI PP 2 Tioy iP Sr t 1j r Jr r i1II IFOR THE LADIES Neat Nobby New is the line AND EVERYTHING IN WASH MISS OLCA MOORE An newest experienced styles Dressmaker has charge of this department and will take pleasure in showing you how to make them up in the FOR THE MEN Our WE LEAD IN CARPETS RUGS AHD LACE COODPASTER COONS fc COMPANY OWSftSGSVILLE KY ELEVEN PICTURES AND A PHOTO CoylesPhotown to take groups if desired onlyOerbe here till next Monday May 7th AT MOiEiIEAtW Cdnbhishmcn t ntMorehcad for deal ongal th dieirwi lushhead will find them tiptop citizens A MOVE =On the first day of y will move my Barber Shop to m next door to Harris meat re Come to see me Yours C P MASK CooriuPcTRT Announcement ia mado of the of Q bayIe try both of Mt Sterling on Tu mesdays avonMaster Commissioner of tho Mo arntgomery CaptChnshe PreMrs Dr J II Taulbeo the aSlS searittTsel tor Ofpearance of the deid having liiwdiploma from two cuibiilming fxpurieneeHilUiiiNess CntxaiMl Fiiri Jl o sold his livery stible bupiness omnibus hnc niul mailparr injr ntract ti Ford Patlfrson and dLit Catlett Mr Earls has bern an jicciunuinUutirfr man and is tsirenyfjy phJlnr HwHlblminced in the business hut his UCccEsors tire aUo clever popular and ambitious young men and no doubt will achieve the success they deserve which is heartily wished them The not d stallion J S Brown ll make the season of 1900 at the me barn on upper Prickly Ash me get of this horse the bi liggestmistake if you breed to this cele iiatedDR G W COXXEK DIED John W Hobhs of midie Licking river section April 25th and was buried tt lied cks schoolhouse Do sasedothsister of James Norris of northeast tqwn Ills last wifo was Miss Mary Jane Nealis She survives Uncle Johnnio was a good old man quiet and industrious folluwin th oeto his ashes Why is it that one of the get of J S Brown sold in the fall of 1S99 for 2SO when so many horses bred by other stallions sold for less than 100 Simply because the got of J Brown have tho size stylo and shape DR G W CONNER NErmtRoTuMcKEEDr Alexander Ncttleroth and Miss Eugenia SaturdllYAprilbridegroom is a young physician The bride is a daughter of the lute Col Samuel McKee formerly of Mt Sterling but who resided in Louisville the latter part of his ife She has visited her cousin Mrs Alex Conner frequently und is popular in local society being n handsome stylish and accomplish cd young lady vivacious and pos a sweet and welltrained musical voice with which she frequently delighted the company at social gatherings and also at church AN APPEAL TO PATRIOTIC SEN TI itzxrThere lies in the soil of Bath county a young soldier whose blovinghandslies there and that he died under the Stars and Stripes in the service of his country He was among the first to volunteer his services when the Maine went down Witha bright future he let all go to defend gavohlslifothe people of Bath Co because his father is a poor man not able to have his sons grave suitably murk cd to let it remain unmarked 1 trust not Id there not some good- man that loves his flag and his country that will heRd a movement to raise a monument fund to put a soldiers monument to the grave of Chesloy J Flood who died in Camp Thomas Ga Sept 4th 18981 it ofSILKS DIMITIES PIQUES ORGANDIES FABRICSS completeWeCURTAINSS I REiiTucAx CONVENTION CALL Tho 1 publicans of Bath county lire called to meet at the Courthouse in the town of Owingsvillr Ky on the 14th day of May 1900 County Court layat oclockp III for the purpose of selecting AppellateCourtwill meet in the town of Louisa Ky the 5th day of June 1900 for e purpose of nominating a can tlatc to be voted for at the COin g November election- J A BARNES Chairman IL GUDGEIL Sccj Wu PAula DEATH Win Furis whose health had lon been on the d AeclineCrab Orchard Springs sanitarium for treatment His father learned wire Saturday than Willie was cr itically ill and started Sunday orning to go to see Willie How er Willie died at 1130 oclock Sunday morning before his father rived at his bedside The body Inrgedelegation qElderrvIces at M 13 Furis residence 10 oclock a m Tuesday nnd interment took place at the Cemetery the Knights Pythias of which order deceased as a member conducting the bur ial gJson of Mike D Fri anti hid flrttvw ire nee Kmrjons lie was born in this county Dcc 22 l 1858 He Witt t i luftJi 4lJ1iltilt JC b illg Mill Lucy Colli daughter ot theIltte lark Collins of Arknn as Knnsnp tutla grand dfTIILr tItI r Wyoming Sho died shortly ufttr their marriage His Sctrond wife was Miss Mode daughter ofIV Scott Moodyof 11 ill I bu tn Fleming Co She survives him Willie hud no children lIe was delicate from childhood anti perhaps never knew what good health was bactual experience but from early manhood until hit latter years led an active durillghisre office und assisting him in lii Ba other business lie was a sociable generous nice young man and was widely popular with all elements fethe people this many personal friends lament his decease nnd sympathize deeply with tho grief f the widow father and sister in t heir loss cREIUnLICANPursuant to a call of tho State and District Chairmen the Republicans f Bath county held n muss meet ing in tho Courthouse in Owings villc Saturday April 281000 for the purpose of appointing delegates to the convention to be held in Ashland Ky May 2 1900 for the purpose of nominating Republican candidate for Congress in the Ninth District and the State and District conventions to be held in Louisville ifMayappointing delegates to the Nution al convention tobchcldinPhiludel phia June 19th next On motion of R Gudgell the following resolu tions were unanimously adopted Resolved by this Republican county mass meeting That the fol lowing named persons are appoint ed as delegates from Bath county to attend the Republican Congrebe eional District held nt Ashland on May 2d 1900 and the State Republican conven tion to bo held at Louisville Ky i on May 20 1900 towlt Morton Harper Ed Barnes C H Whit comb lion James A Barnes Felix F Warren HL Sharpe John Mc Alister Foster Stephens Odd Rogers Ben Piersall J N Byron C G McAlister Robt Foley W S Gudgell II H Lewis J W Sned egar Saint T HowardWm Crouch Henry Arrasmith Henry Wills Jas K Jackson and any other Republican or voter of Bath county who will support tho nominees of the said conventions at time next November election who may chooso to attend said conventions arc con Btituted delegates Resolved That the said delegates at tho Congressional convention mire instructed to cast the solid vote of Ruth county for Sam J Pugh as candidate for Congress II II LEWIS Chuin D WILLIAMSON Secy The very finest The no plus ultra The croinc do la cremo Thats HARPER Whiskey in three languages Sold by J Wk Lane Owingsvllle Ky 4 v w Jr 0 t2 i it1f ff I KcrniiucAN Co OIIOANIZATIOX Following lire the Executive Com mittcc elected at the precinct meet ings last at IIrluyIShitrpsburg No 1 Jas McCue ShurpBethel anSouthWyoming John W Sncdegar Forgo Hill F F Warren Salt Lick 11 II Lewis White Sulphur B F Piersall Preston James K Juckson Owingsvllle No R Gtidgell Owingsvillc No 2 Stanton Ham ilton FoleyTheday April 28th by rlecting James ciGudgellEXPANSION NOT ALWAYS GROWTH He drew n twist of long greenItobacco and bit offn enough to stop a rathole Then he drew a plug of navy and nipped off a bit He called the latter processfosalting his fodder After munches timid dextrous twists of the he settled time mixed whiide inspiration of statesmanship upon him Thisshero thing of expansion he began is a good thing provid in its the right sort of expansion 1 look ut the thing this viCa tiuntil pxpaneion should be like tile rowthIIf cattle from calves Iffiaturaland thvii put on the fat If we must make a bigger frame to pack the tlesh anil fat around on there Is ojthel would bo natural healthy growth biciitise thu people of Caimdy ham rif r f VjiiiS 1V t ofpeople 1 s ourselves ihey woulc not give the nation nay tumble niv be any oxpcuse to it But if Dai Culberson of Texas is right and wo mire done expanded with the Hownreyou Islands theFillypecns and Porter Reeker with their nig gers and other kinds of people who aint white people und wont ketch up with white people in civilization In ten thousand years why Im afeard its a sort of expansion that int growth and is like tho exlanbesion ofa little mountain bull I once knowed rhverhere she goes This bull was raised in the m thountainsto find peavino in summer and browse in the winter it got so itS could mighty nigh climb a tree attic trader get her in up a bunch of cattle bought time bull Cora little- ro nuthin and fetched it along down into the Bluegrass Tho drover one withu b Iluegrassbull was put in a lot with n high fence around it sepuratin it from a Wcloverclim tho fence und got into tho clover The next day they found him and he was a sight to see He had expanded if ho hadnt grown any but it was nearly all windLi Anybody could sco he was power of misery and was on health as he could be His hide was tightern the head of u drum The drover the farmer and his work hands talked about what could bo done to rclieVe tho brute of his misery The armer IowcSif somethin holler like a tube be used tho gas would escape und the bull would soon get nflright But nothin suitable could be fouuu around the house One of the work hands axed Howd the dinner lionS do1aiidever feller said e thing The gas was tapped und roo Soothorn The bull was the worst sur prised animal you ever seen He hopped to his feet nsspryasadee r let out a heller that jarred the winder lights in tho house two hundred yards away and lit out akickin and nrunnin with his tail over his back and the horn atootin ever jump like the steam whistle of a tli rash in machine engine It VUB awful the way that bull went bel lena and rippin around scared and mud and nsufferin nil at tho same time There was a big pawnd in the field and the bull run in itand Iidrowndedbo got out- Now fetters Im afcarcd our sudden expansion is like the ex pansion of that clovered bull overnight and may prove to be the ewcllin from gas instid of natural growth Fon SALE CUEAPA ladys ead lIEISSSSSS- t J q1 T S fe Ci Montereya Kyind to write you a few line today Think KyfrJcndsd knowing that your paper is read by moat all my old friends und th tineseWell to begin with I left a happy homo expecting to see part ronghtOllghhave tutU it I left home Jan 20 19 ami Mdthree days Then left on the steam John K Speed I well remember ofeVickshurgMiss went on to Bernice La where stayed nearly three months working nt a eawroill nnd as a snype on kansas Southern U isremamifor so 1 enjoyed my stay in Louis iana Then I pulled for California ere I nui now i1n going through Texas I saw plenty of prairie dogs and jack rabbits I nt tS reIRIcatchingfogs 011liPtuse for the Mexicans know how to throw a ltmssiMThen I catnc on la Ytirun and saw more Indians than a few Ibrviwtctl the ohl fort that is now tntSflI vrt Western Arizona and East r1 California mire a sandy desert J i initJJ1imur5g mnsttrL l1tiudone tloe nit his 1 i hif4tnecomfortableWhen I arrived at Los Angeles I goodlookbeautiful city About five miles west of Los Angeles oranges grmrI plentifully As we wont along I could see oranges rotting under the trees as apples do in fathers orS Scautifulmother for sho loves flowers so pictureIdnythanV fromlhomecompare with the girls of good old Ky in beauty and intelligence LONGING Ive been getting lommesomor ouch day SawayplaceWishing facecgee love light In her And time look of glad eyeshiheti I kiss her Wish I could rroiiliioTo hear her whisper I Iowa you Yes sho lives in old Kentucky Where the jrirlsare and ga A IWhensayIB nAgeH bYesT petLooking EastSojotI will tell you moro next time AiOHt that girl of mine T trueAu do he is Io lug she is kind thotimelme gludhenI dearSho heart to cheer I have worked but little since I have been in California but part of tho time I was at work IWIIS splitting some of the large redwood timber up a canyon whore one hums to look nearly straight up to see out While California is a- very beautiful place it has some pests The limes here will light on ones ear or nose and all the blowing anti stinking will not move thorn but when you get mad and hit at it it is off and gone and you almost knock your nose off The flies are Very large There ore plenty of fleas hero that will weigh a poundWell have written enough for this time I will close As ever your best wishing friend FLINT SWETNASI Advertise in The Outlook n f a I PERSONAL Waiter Anderson of Howards M AMrs1for a visit to relatives in Louisville W L Stout and daughter Miss Sudie were in MtjSterling Salur y W D Ligiitfoot and John Shrout were in Mt Sterling Friday on bu siness Oscar Coriyers or Flemingsburg was a pleasant caller ut thus office onday Charley Bascotn and Will EvansS of Shnrpsburg were in town first the week C II Kring of Yale was a pleas Iof an riiurilayInst John Duncan of color is bedfast again with hid old disease and very poorly RogerBottin town Tuesday Mrs S S Estill and son David of AllativesMisses Olga and Lizzie Moore = were guests of relatives in Mont goaiery Co Sunday Diqk Welch and Chief of Police ing Wilson of Mt rlionMondayI J 1 S Shrout and family visited s brother James Rand family ar Kwington Sunday and Mon y Mrs S J Fearing nnd son Henry of Tccumseh Ala arrived here Thursday on u visit to Mrs Mary Conner James Stone left Monday on business trip for tho 0 Marble Grnnito Co to Paris and nIott Co Mr nnd Mrs Claude Paston little son Bartlett of Mt Sterling attended time funeral of Will Faris M w P 11almerciJIrley Ratliff and Jack Bur bridge of Mt Sterling were guests EngleSaturday Mrs L N Hullof Sherburne anto up Tuesday to visit C oon She was accompanied b ir her nephew Duke Overley W L Killpatrick of Mt Ster his wifo at her I anvwith their son Lewis returned home ondayYoWord received from Samuel P Atchison in Louisville is that he had had the second surgical opera t mon performed and he expected to be homo by the middle of this w eekthonAmorly of Stepstone states that liesh gofromjoinhisMr and Mrs Royce Allen of Millcrsburg arrived last Friday on n visit to Mrs Aa parents Squire and Mrs James B Hughes south tryingtheMiss Julia Elliott returned homer Simonpuuburg iftietens grandfather C II Hoon returning home tho same day IOIINNIEsIiEsPoNstuujrryJolmnfattier business Just before starting he cImcare of mother I leave her in your charge That night when Johnnie sayinghiusual Please Lord bless grand mamma and take care of her bltss father and take care of hint but you neednt trouble abi ut mother because Im going to take cure ol herExSS 34 iS 4 t1EUCENEMANUFACTURED OF A 1 Firstclass Hand = made Saddles and Harness 1 f AT THE LOWEST PRICES ONE SET OF MY J iiANDMADE BUGGY F HARNESS Will wear longer than two sets of other makes They are safer to use look better t s There is no saddle that compares with my 5SKENTUCKY SPRING SADDLES What you pay fur Saddles Is not as important as what you get for Z your money Quality reputation material workmanship is what you set iu my Saddles every time Mail orders for saddles prompt tI Largest stock of BUGGY WHIPS and DUSTERS at a r very low price Como and get my prices f EUGENE MINIHAN OWJNGSVILLE Kyf jfIISUCCESSORS TO S P ATCHISON 4 Dealers DRUGS GROCERIES FRUITS 5bcAgents i t tr Main Jefferson Sis Phone 8 r5 = = I PAXTON ANDPENTON SUCCESSORS TO PAXTOn SON UNDERTAKERS dealers in- FURNITURE FIASSC BLDG OWIHGSV1LLE 2 j PALMER COONS r1WILLBLACKSMITHING AND REPASRSNC PRICESAll fS i Call == F= fr iI- PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION YEAR 11 TjI And yor vnfc the news You also want i rEditon rth the reading V make dr icrithree r in jIBlue GrassS 1 t 1IHorse Paper of the Country andSI The Outlook J SIXO DOLLARS ONE YEAR FOR I F 6ooPrice f Sjr1Price of The Outlook alone 100 m rE 6 ALL FOR SIX DOLLARS 6 j- z 3f3 = o 0 CUAFTINESS OF MANTimea- d her eyes sought the last embers of time oak block you are kind as a husband should be u nnevcr give me any jewels Jewels and his basso voice seemed to come from his heart You nsk for Jewels Anyone with diamond eyes ruby lips and teeth of pearl ask for jewels Why e rarest gold could buy would ly be superfluous Then for the first time In clays e kissed hiuu Chicago News A DIAGNOSIS Sometimes you reel as if you gould hardly get out of your chair dont you tho doctor asked after he had looked at the patients tongue Yes was time weary answer that feeling comes to rue nearly every time I sit down And sometimes you feel chilly and then again you are almost asted rAndyou could hardly get out of bedI YesSometimes you are hungry and then again you dont feel as if you could look at anything to edt Doctor you have described my symptoms exactly Frequently you become so dig- ouragetl that life teems a burden Oimt you t Oh yes Every little while 1 get to feeling that way And you feel tired nil the time tyouhinkThe trouble with you the doctor said is that theres nobody around to put a tack in your chair when you sit down Three dollars please Chicago TimcsIIerald SS q S SPRING 1900 TREES I PLANTS VINESS Everything for orchard lawn andSThe t SuckyGrape vines Strawberry plants dAsparagus goods or Jinarily grown in such an establishment General Nursery nnd Straw berry catalogues to be had on application to H F tISSSSLexintou dertnalrtPlolhePartaExpoalUoDo1rWa1OO renai I SThe1 CORA1LWATizroArtn 1 1 forLoui3vilIeLexmagtoaCincinnati and Eastern Cities 2 TIMEOF TRAINS AT PBISTOS BTATJOX EASTB011MDiXoSJ j fnrfi Si izaprnNo21ioosp 1 WYiLOUDS nmXo p j2No 2t 319 iiii liotberdaiyFurIns car reservations call on or nudrcja Antm01mwar Ireston Station GAV BABSKV CBBTAf- n P A At a P A SLoxlntonSubscribe for THE t OUTLOOK f Xi1 L II iI i2 4sh1 c Jl t i Tm4 1 Ovlnosillte OutlooK i N OUTLOOK PCBLISUING CO rublUner r t CWLNGSVILLE KENTUCKY e RIGHTf road doFollow True t follow and real not by day and hy night Up bill or down hilt kelp to the right J Doubt will assail you temptation will wooo Keep to the right for the right Is the a trueT7a traitor temptation a nhame bil4 Will rank you far higher in worth and re nown Than tho crandcxt of king wth his seep tel and crownliilutTherestrife Tot weak will succumb to the boW and the strong And many so under and many no wrnnc I u1Whothe rlBht Keep to the right end the night wi keep you In touch and accord with the Good and the TrueC uliSAnd Death has no Unorn nhru he ionics In sight For the man who determines to Ieep to rightItltuUon e i1ai4F1y Life T1cFiWneV ILCccrtgbt iS9 by F Tennyson Neelr ct ClIAITKlt VII I CONTIXUED 4 Kita if it were only for Mr Ijjtrobe f I should not care a snap of my Iingeiv but its you you I thought you Tmoresense 1 thought you fully under c stood that you couldnt afford to los Chyourself n moment nnd yet if ever a girl looked like yielding you dit this itciyafternoon For mysaIc Mta dont let it go any further dont fall in love here whatever you do The younger sister Mood at the dress ingtable at the moment her faccnicrt thingj dious notes of her bell were still echoing gnCupon gorgeous of launset light and shadow on the east e ern cliffs and crags acrpss the hut con n flush as vivid mantling tier cheeks her lips quivering She was making valiant efforts to control her self before replying Tin not in lore with hitnslie finally told I Perhaps notyet Surrly I hope not but it looks awfully like it was com yi ingand Nita you simply mustnt tILtJ Stand you know you can this minute I j if youll only listen L The younger girl wheeled fharply ber eyes flashing Peggy you prom t bed me I shouldnt hear that hateful thing againat least not until we left t 4 JllreaIlC13oue broken Jour word twicc YousiVIts must I cant sec you drifting the ways I il hen with l things have come ioTlerrible sudden f f VViike This time yesterday I was living your youth and advantages you can pick and choose Col Frost hat mines 1 and money all over the wet and he was your shadow at the Iea hore nnd nil sac9 tiful boy without a penny w IMills ilucle began Nita feeblyeIlls uncle had a sister to support Vbesides Paddys mother Ills pay as brigadier in the r service is only 5300 He cant inive Eared much of anything in the past and he may last n dozen years yetor more Even ii lie docs leave everything then to Lat robe rhatll you do meantime Ont be 9 fool Xita because I was I timid to q be It was that or nothing and father hSThe younger sister was still at the 4 dressingtable diligently brushing her a shining curly tresses She had re clVatonal furtive peeps at Mrs Frank now seated at the foot of the bed busy with SVVVV a buttonhook and time adjustment of a pair of very dainty boots of white kid whose buttons gleamed like pearls The mates to them half a size smaller 1 peeped from the tray of Nitas new ptrunkr There came a footstep and a rap at the door See what it 5s Xita theres- a lorel dont want to hop It was a lrda new arrival at the hotelsGentleman said hed wait In the j parlor Om said the bellboy and van 4Isbed Kita glancedat the card and in palingface5beeband look the card and one quick look The buttonhook dropped from herxelaxed fingers The card read t Mr Gouverneqr Prime For a second or two the sisters gazed kt each other in silence p At last the elder spoke 9n heavens name what brings that absurd boy Emetype S Ii CHAPTER IX i One of the most charming writersif p tour day and generation has declared i thatlhe truest blessing a girl can Jg Vtiame fsthe ingenuous devotion of n vJ young boys hearl sine mothers In ten will probably take issue with the I4gifted author on that pointand though t Sti no longer a young girl In years what MargaretGarrisonb waiting geatlemen to the right about for though he was only 20 Gar c ybeens tie lady from the very first evening v shesaw her A boy of frank impulsive J1 nature was Gova boy still In spite lr of the budding mustache the 20 sum leers and the barely passed exam that wound up the junior year and entitled him to sit with the enIo i Whea the great university opened I i doors In October Studies he hated but a tunIs polo cricket riding and danc c ing were things he loved and excelled z IB Much of his boyhood had been 4 spent at one of those healthy heart English schools where all that won cultivate physical and mental manhood Was assiduously practiced and all that would militate against them was as rigorously tabooed JrI At the coadDg of his twentieth birth 7 th4 maMer his father had hand f s Mrf tV 4 y t hII f i lVV ed him his cheek of OOotbl paternal hOJballcttcotHl the samu week Gov had carried off the blue ribbon with theI racquet and the second priire with hlIsingle seulls It was luring tilt ams the first well in lime when dropping in for live oclock tea of some girls whom lie had known for years he was presented to this witching lit tic creature whose name he didnt ever catch We met her way out nt an army post in Wyoming when papa took us to California last year was whis pered to him and they enlrrlnlned us so cordially ami of course we saul If ever you come to New York you miift b e sure to let kIuIV8tItI she ilid tt nnd there his Informant paused dubious Other callers anie in and it began lo inina sudden drenching shower and lie little stranger from tile r west KIU plainly enough that her isi esrs Iliuiigh picsenting tlirir iends aflii our c liteiy American Ia sIt inn were uniilile t show tier further attention and the newly presented almnit all women saidso very cmsrtl lint failed lo look il or other wise to manifest their pleasure She hJIIIu n there alone and neglected Site delib ra ely signified Mr Ilime The la rs iirtr till buisVptie saul willi i charmingly appealing Miiile Imt know you can lell me have to dress for dinner after gut home and must hf at One Hundred anti Tenth street at 730 How long will it take n car riage to thrive me there Oh Is that your society pin Why ate you still in college Why I thought That cab was 2 liii flit I5 coming nnd whenit came Mr Prime wont with it anti her whom he hud not left iu instant from the inoinenl of her quiet in Moreover he discovered site wns aluiiit taking thai carriage rite all alone awiiv up to One Hundred nd Tenth Mrecl yet what other way could a girl in evening ilress lie g hienand escort her to the distant home of her to lithewith a half pint of lock devoured her with his eves is they drove rapidly laluiIiwas at the carriage door when she 1anleyoursso far as tiouvcrncur Prime was eon cerned It was the boys first wild infatuation as mInI unreasoning nbsuid yet in tense as was ever that of Arthur Pen dciuiis for the lovely rothcringay Mar gnrel Garrison hall never seen or known e like of it Slur haul fascinated others flt lillwas worship nail it was something so sweet to her jaded senses something rich and spontaneous that site gate hrrelf up for a day or two to the de light cf studying it Here was a glori ous young athlete whose eyes followed her every move ami gesture who hung about her in utter captivntion whose voice trembled and whose eyes implored yet w hose M rong brown shape ly band never dared so much ns touch hers except when she extended it in greeting He was to accompany his fa mer and sister to Europe in a week so hat harm was there He would for get all about It He knew now she was married He was presented to Nun but had hardly a word and never a look for her when Margaret was near lie was dumb and miserable all the day they drove in the park anti later dined Ietmonieoswith Cot Fruit He was ck even when mounted on his favoritesKngljsh thoroughbred and scampering about ho brjdifc path for peellsat theVdrives when kht wns nt the park again with that grayhaired reprobate that money shark Cashuloua Wall alteeltbroker blackbulled at every decent club in New York Why should site go with him He had been most kind slut id in till advice anti aid he had given in the investment of her little f nv tiycof that little fortune was already frit tered away and Cushions reports fl siinthotels so much frequenledotthearmys where she had a room should have been graduated and they could go to the seashore Site had promised to be at home to her boy togowithJJitns ileatstroatldtiwiftl home from the park striving to coiuforthimself over his cenlngdotbcsthe wild jealousy of the day would van isb Sharply on time lie laud sent up his card and listened incredulous to the reply Mrs Garrison has not yet returned lIe would wait he said anti did wait biting lila nails treading the floor fuming in doubt and despair uu til nearly ten when a carriage dashed up to the ladles entrance and that vile Cashton banded her out a lindher lover fltretchedand words of pleading and distress rushing from her lips Indeed I could not help it Gov she cried I told him of my engagement and said we must not go so far but away at the north end something happened I dont know what n wheel was bent and time harness wrenched by too short a turn on a stone post at a corner Something had to beIrepaired They said it wouldnt takeI ten minutes and he led me out and up 1I0telJouknoyou lie was a blackguard to take you there burst in Prime the blood boiling in his reins Then we waited andowaited and he went to hurry them then he came back and said they had found more serious damages that it would take an hour and meantime din Del had been ordered and was served HeIlod telephoned to you and the butler bad answered nfl right lies a doubledyed jarI randICoy furiously And so what could I do Gov The dinner was delicious but I couldnt eatIa mouthful This time it wasnt CahIton who lied I was worrying about ou andandabout myself too goingithevening Ob if you only didnt have toIsan Saturday and could be here next week you dear boy you should have no cause for complaint Wont you try totforgive me eyesIswere the only people in the parlor and in an instant with quick sudden irressistiblc action he bad clasped drawn her to his breast and though she passionateIdhair It was the first time he had dared And then he did not sail Saturday importantbusinesS Cunarder and took the midweekWhite iiif fi n c j f f tV 2 Star mind those four additional days riveted poor Govs chains and tell- erh wellnigh breathless with excite ent The strain had been intense It was nil she could do lo make the boy try to Inhove In a rational way in the presence of others When alone with her he raved A fcnrful loath wan lift ed from her bl air lit lie shoulders when the Teutonic sailed Kven Mta had worrieil anti serum her sisters worry Then no sooner did Gov reach Kurope hII he began writing impassioned Ut ters by every steamer hut that wasnt so bad Slut had tsttcrnl masculine cor respondents some nf whom wrote as ollllt ns Prank hut none of whom to lit tier justice got letters as often as he did which however was saying little for slur hated writing Gov was to have stayed abroad thnc months piloting the pater and sister about till scenes so familiar to him Imt they saw how nervous and un happy he was They knew he was writ ill g constantly In sonic one Mildred had long since divined Hint there was a gill at tin bottom of II all ami longed and Ill Ime to liml till t who she Will Through tin last of lime nml nit through July he resolutely stood to his promise and did his Itrst to be loving and brotherly to a loving and devoted sister ami dutiful to a most indulgent father hut he grew white and worn and haggard he who had been touch a picture of rugged health and in her utter innocence and ignorance as to the being on whom her brother had lavished the wealth of hits love Mildred began lo herself should she not urge her filthier to let Gov return to America At last one sweet Inly even ill g laic in the month the brother nml sister were wandering along the lovely shore of Lucerne lie lund been un usually fitful restless and moody nil n la 011iurtllihappy They slopped at a grassybank that ran down to tile rippling waters edge sill seated herself on a Montr Irdgc while in reckless abandonment e threw himself nt full length on the euy grass Instantly the last doubt vanished Itcnding over him lice soft nnuh caressing his hair she whispered Gov dear boy is it so very hard Would you like lo go lo her nt once And the boy tinned his face in her twitted his arms about her slender tvnist anti almost groaned aloud ns he answered For pitys sake help me il ou can Mildred Im almost month Karly in August the swiftest steamer of the line was splitting the Atlantic urge and driving hard for home with Go cursing tier for a canal boat The day after be reached Ness York he had traced md followed lie White Sisters to West Point anti Margaret Garrison stared in mingled delight triumph and dismay at the card in tier hand de ght that the could slulo11 these cxclu VE Wcild son like to 00 lo her it nice ire Pointers that the uric to one of the oldest anil best names in Got hunt fuutrand call dismayed to think of the scene that might occur through his Pvuuutishe received from so mummy men offi eel civilians and cadets Old Cashton clime up now as regularly as Saturday night came around and there were others Margaret Garrison was more ulketi about than any woman in Or agc county yet who could report any thing of her beyond that she was a uni versal favoritcnnd danced walked pos bhy flirted with a dozen different ray hiert every day of her life There were few people among her accusers demure and most proper even prudish 0womenbe told so little could not be said Gov Prime took the only kind of room to be had in the house so full war a little seven by ten box on the c imoalbinher go off to the hop looking radiant glancing back over her shoulder am1 smiling sweetly at him lie rushed to his trunk dragged out lila evening c o hnhe a noted German leader in the yousger set and the best dancer of hit years in Gotham tot so much as ahsingle spin had be anti he longed I s s htrewedttle the knew about s yvclioor His reward was tendered as tb hop broke up She came gliding to hU1I ilNowgive you a dance for m card was timid o gutenough to get rid of taking me hoine He is daft about Xita and of course she cant let him take her lo more than one hop a week Mr Stanton is bet escort tonightdThen on his arm and drew herself to his side and when he would have followed the others going straight across time broad plain to the lights at the hotel turned h im to the heft tIm going to take yn ll the way round sir sIte said joy usly Then we can be by ourselves at least ten minutes longertITo De t t cceailtytA physician returning from hisdaily rounds of visits overheard two colored citizens conversing as they plodded h hIspedestrians p elliedYou bet I Isl said the first I tell you I considers religion one uv de nee essary ebils Memphis Scimitar Soldier anti cnpminmmNiul Records of the war IT hat the whole amount paid by the go ernment for its soldiery for all pur poses including bounty commutations and pensions since JS51 to June 30 169 2638000000 Treasury records that the whole amount paid to the creditors and bondholders since 1661 to June 30 1690 was 5763000000 muebCbfcagoChronicle Xo Landlord In this Town Rented houses are unknown in Jet occupiedbyInhabitants r J1 li f F f SV LESSONS OF MOVING Dr Talmage Preaches a Timely Sermonth Dlirnnrie In Which the Sent of- 1allrnpp nml Kiiulptinr lot Set Forth MiivInK Into thet1utluTn llniiwti Copyright 1900i by Ij4tuls Kluptcll This discourse of Dr Talmngo is Peratiiienl at this time of year when siPeuuluteand it tenches lessons of patience and equipoise in very t eying circuuuuumtaumersh Text Phillppians IMS how to be abased and I know how to abound Happy Paul Could you really ac commodate yourself to nil circuni Manccs in life Could you go up with out untie amid umihl you come limit Without xaxperatloni Teach the summit lesson toll till We tire at a seaton of till year whrn vital populations in all tour cities lire changing residence Having been born in a house unit having all our lives lived in a house we do not have full appreciation of what a house is It is the growth of thousands of years The human race first lived in clefts of rocks the beasts of the field moving out of the caverns to let the human raee move ill The shepherds ami the robbers still use in caverns of the earth The troglodytes are n race which to this tiny prefer the caverns to a hoiuc They are warm lucytire large they tare very comfortable they arc less stub ject to violent changes of heat and cold We come on along down in the history of the race nail we come to time lodge which was a home built out of twisted tree branches We conic further down in the history of the race and we come to the tent which was n home bull with n round pole In the ernIe arid skins of animals reaching out in nil directions matt on the floor for the people 10 sit on Time passed on nod time world after much jnvention canto to build a house which was a space surrounded by broait stones against which The earth was hal d from the outside The roof was made of chalk and gypsum antI coals anti stones nail ashes pounded ether After awhile the porch was born after awhile the gate Then him dreds of years passed on antI in the fourteenth century time modern chim ney was constructed Time old Hebrews tumid openings in their houses fromi imd 111ferrI t for it to leave until the modern chim ney Wooden keys opened time door or the keyhole was large enough to allow the linger to be inserted for the lift ingof the latch or the sliding of it There being no windows the people were dependent for light upon lattice work over which a thin veil was drawn down in time of winter to keep out the elements Window glass was so late as 200 or too years ago in England and Scotland so great u luxury that only Ihe very wealthiest could afford itshand mill timid an oven nuta few leathern bottles and some rude pitchers and plates mode up tile entire equip men of the culinary department But the home planted in the old cave or at the foot of a tent pole has grown and enlarged and spread abroad until we have the modern house with its durantihmesheight and depth of comfort anti ac commodotion Architecture in other days busied it self chiefly in planning mutt building triumphal arches and basilicas and hippodromes and mausoleums andcol iimns while they allowed the people xesiileuce to burrow like muskrats In the earth St Sophias of CommtauiI tinople St Marks of eters of Home arc only tile Iaphaelcd walls against which lean the qualor and the pauperism of ninny nations I rejoice that while our mot cm architects give us grand capitols in which to legislate and grand court houses in which to administer justice and grand churches in which to wor fchip God they also give much of their time to the planning of comfortable abodes for our tired population I line not so much interest in the arch of Trajan at licncventum as have in the wish that nil the people may have a comfortable shelter nor have I so much interest in the temple of Jupiter Olympus at Athens as I have in the hope that every man may have nn altar for the worship of time true God in his own houseAnd 1 have not so much mterest in the science of ceramics ttllliril goeierazyorera twisted uairUL n queer handled jug in use 3000 years ago or a pitcher out of which the an cient pbaraohs poured their drunken debauch as I have that every man ave on his table a plate with plenty o f healthful food and an appetite to at tack Tbunk God for your homenot mere y the house you live in now but the house you were born in and the many ouses you have resided in since you egan your earthly residence When ou go home today count over the n of those houses in which you have resided and you will be surprised Once in aIYhile you will find a man who ves in the house where he was born a where his father was born and his grandfather was born and his great grandfather was born but that is not one out of a thousand cases I have not been more perambulatory than most people butt I was amazed when ume to count up the number of resi euces I have occupied The fact is there is in this world no such thing 33 permanent residence In n private vehicle anti not in a rail car from which you can see hut little I rode from New York to Yon ken and Tarrytown on the banks of time Ifml ontime finest ride on the planet for a who wants to see palatial resi enets in fascinating scenery It was in the early spring and before the gen of Nest York hind gone out to country residences I rode into the grounds to admire the gardens and the overseer of the place told me anti they all told me that nil the ouses bail ben sold or that they to sell them and there was lit rrally no exception although I called glldensSome wanted to sell or had sold because their wives did not wont to reside in the summer time in those places while their husbands tar ied In town in the night always lint JeepingthemFrom some houses the people had been shaken out bchills and fever from some houses they had gone be cause death or misfortune hRlloc curred and all those palaces and man sions had either changed occupants or wanted to change Take up time direct ory of any city of England or Amer ica and see how few people live where they lived 15 years ago There is no such thing as permanent residence I saw Monticello in Virginia President Jeffersons residence and I saw on tile some day Montpelier which was either Madisons or Monroes residence mind 1 C 4VVV VV LiJ 1 U 1 saw also the white house which was resident Taylor residence mind Pres Idcnt Lincoln residence President Unrflelds residence Was itII perma eat residence ill any case tell you at the race nomadic and no sound pets in inc place than It wants to change for another place or is com pelted to change for another place and o the race invented the railroad mid steamboat ill order more rapidly to get ilitd some other place than that In s si1mtdtilig htiinailic it is immortal moving on nd iVuumg We whip up our hUrlies hasten on until time hub of he front hicel shivers on the tombstone and us headlong into the grave tin nly permanent earthly resilience bless Cod omen that stay is lim ited for we shall have a resurrection A tIny this spring the streets will iethe drays and the trucks It will ueI a hard day for horses because they will be overloaded It will be n hart day for laborers for they will overlift l lteforefrom one house to another li will be n iianl day for housekeepers to their furniture scratched and air c lirockerymisfit mind their furniture dashed of the sudden showers It will be a hard day for landlords It will be a tints day for tenants Especial grace is needed for moving day Many a man s religion has suffered a fearful strait between the hour on the morning of the 1st of May when he took his im n tmntimmenightwhen he rolled Into his extempo rized couch The furniture broken sometimes will result in the breaking of time Ten Commandments There is no more fearful pass than the hall of a house where two families melt an moving out anti the other moving in VtT he salutation is apt to be more ve hement than complimentary The grace that will be sufficient for the 1st of January and the 1st of thrunry and the 1st of March anti the 11 of April will not be suflicicnt for the 1st of May Say your prayers that morning if you find nothing bettor to kneel down by titan a coal scuttleifsand say your prayers at night though your knees come down on u paper of carpet tacks You will want super lItipInthe days work Help at night to reo pent There will be enough annoy anccs to male a Xantippe out ofii Frances Ridley Havergal I have again find again been in crises of moving ay and I have stood appalled and umarcd and helpless in the shipwreck taking as well as I could those things that floated ashore from the break ers and I know how to comfort and how to warn and how to encourage tIle people so I preach this practical May lay sermon All these troubles will soon be gone and the bruises will heal and tile stiffened joints will become supple and your ruffled temper will be smoothed of its wrinkles and order will take the place of dim order and you will sit down in your new home seriously to contemplate My first word then in this part of my discourse is to all those who movo out of small houses into larger ones Now we will see whether like the apostle you know how to abound Do not because your hew house has two more stories than the old one odd two stories to your vanity or make your brightly polished silver yourburieding into a larger house nave become arrogant and supercilious They s vjmggcr where once they walked tliey simper where once they laughed they go abou with an air which Seems to say Let all smaller craft get out of these waters if they thou Want to be run orcr by n regular Cu jiarder I have known people who i gbthey go over time doorsill of the new house titan they became a glorified nuisance They were the terror of dry goods clerks and time amazement of ferryboats into which they swept and if compelled to stand a moment with condemnatory glance turning all the people seated into criminals and convicts They began to hunt up the family coat of arms and had lion couchant or unicorn rampant on the carriage door when if they had the appropriate cost of arms it would hale been II butter hriim or a site e last or a plow Or a trfwel Instead of being like at the rest of us made out of dust thoy would have you t ithinkHeaven on a lump of loaf sugar The first thing you know of them the father will fail in business anil the daughter will run off with a French dancing1 master A womau spoiled b5 a finer house is bad cnOtigh but a oman no upset is sickening lIe hivcn dered fool goes around so dainty and so precise and so affected in the roll of his eyes or the whirl of his cane or the clicking of the ivory handle against lila front teeth or his cffemi nate languor and his conversation so interlarded with ohms and ahV that he is to mea dose of ipecacu nnlia Now my friends if you mmur Into a larger house thank more roomfor more room to hang y Vimourto gather your friends for more room In which to let your children romp anti play for more room for great bookcases filled with good reading or wealth of bricabrac Years ago we were the gtusts in an English manor The statuary the ferneries the botanical ana horticul tural genius of time place had done all they could to make the place nttrlletiH For generations there hail been an massing of plate and costly surround ngs At half past nine oclock in the morning time proprietor of the estate had the bell rung anti some 20 or 30 manservants and maidservants came into prayers The proprietor of the state read time Scriptures gave out the hymn his daughter at the organ start ed the tousle and then the music over the proprietor of the estate kneeled down and commended all his guests nil his family all his employes to time Lord Almighty Cod can trust such a man as that with a large estate He knows how to abound lIe trusted God and God trusted him And I could call oT the roll of 50 merchant princes as mighty in worldly successes Ah my friends do not be puffed up by nny of tile successes of this life do not be spoiled by time number of liveried coach men that may stop nt your door or the sweep of the long trail across the Imported tapestry Many of those who come to your house are fawning parasites They are not so much in love YOllrbOllsedown next year to 320 Low Water Mark street and tee how mun1 their car rioges will halt at youdOl TImon of Athens was a wealthy Ion and all the mighty ntn and women of the land came and sat at his banquet proud to sit there and they drank deep to his health They sent him costly prrlentllbattetire laud so admired as 1 mon of Ath 0 r Ii nse the wealthy lord But after awhile throughbclranlsent for help to those lords whom he had banqueted mutt to whom he had given large KIIIIIR of money Luciillug I imciimsSemmmirouuitmsnumul Vclitulia Did those lords send any help to him Oh no Liietillus said when he was applied to Well that Timon c thonmesuffer for his recklessness Lvcius lid1inmnchases anti my mentis tire nil absorbed And one lord sent one excuse anti an other lord sent hnollier excuse Hut to the astonishment of everybody nfter- awhlll Timon proclaimed another feast Those lords said to themselves Why either Timon has had n good turn of fortune or he has brett deceit ng us testing our love Anti so they npologeticforwere all seated at the table anti Timon ordered the covers lifted The covers ftetl there was nothing under them but smoking hot water Then Timon stilt to his guests logs lap lap tlllJfielthem with his anathema f roolsness under a mask hurling at the same time the pitchers and the chal ices after them Ohm friends I would not want to make you oversuspi c In the day of your success but I want you to understand right well is n vast difference between the F t of Tlmon a nntiyou to know there Is a vast difference in the number of people who admire man when he is going up and the num ber of people who admire him when he is going down Hut there are others who will move out of large residences into simmailetthrough the reversal of fort un P property must be sold or the bailiff will sell it or the income is less and cannot pay the houae rent First orall such persons should understand that our happiness in not dependent on e oizeknown people to enjoy a j mall heaven in two rooms anti others suffer a pandemonium in 20 There Is as much InrgchOllsunder the light of a tallow candle as un der the glare of a chandelier all the burners at full blaze Who was the happier John Hunyan in He1fonljal1 or Helshazznr in the saturnalia Con tentment is something you can neither rent nor purchase It is not ex trinsic it is intrinsic Are there fewtrooms in the house to which you move You will have less to take care of Is It to be stove instead of furnace All the doctors say the modern modes of warming buildings are unhealthy Is it less pier mirrors Less temptation to your vanity Is it oldfashioned toilet instead of water pipes all through the house Less to freeze and burst when you cannot get a plumber Is it less carriage More room for robust e 3xerciseFew peope want to drag you down by t 2eaveLess to spoil your children Is it less money for marketing Less tempta tion to ruin the health of your family with pineapplesaud indigestible salads S it a little deaf Xot hearing so many disagreeables I meet you this springtime at the door of your new home and while 1 help you lift the clothesbasket over the banisters and the carman is getting red in the face in trying to transport that article of furniture to some new destination 1 congratulate you You are going to have a better time this 1iotmg ion in your home and you will be happy God in the parlor will sanctify your sociabilities God in time nursery that will protect your children God in the dininghall that will make the plainest meal an imperial banquet God in the morn ngtiiat will launch time day brightly from the drydocks God in the even ugthat will sail the day sweetly into the harbor And get joy one and all of you whether you move or do not move Get joyaLit of the thought that we are soon all going to have a great mov ing day Do you want II picture of the new house iuto which you will lVmusehand of a master We know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved we have a building of God a house tint made with bands eternal In the heavens How much rent will we have to pay for it We are going to own it limy much must we pay for it How much cash down and how much left on mortgage Our Father is going to give it as a free gilL When are we going to move We are moving now On moving day heads of families are very apt to stay in the old house until they have seen everything off They send ahead the children nut they send ahead the treasures and the valuables Then after awhile they will come themselves I remember very well in the country that in boyhood moving day was a jubilation On almost the lint load we the chiil dren were sent on ahead to the ne house and we arrived with shout am laughter anti in an hour we had rangc 6 through every room in the house th barn and the granary Toward night and perhaps in the last wagon father and mother would come looking very tired anti we would come down to till foot of the lane to meet them and tell them of all the wonders we discovered in the new place anti then the last wagon unloaded the candles lighted our neighbors who hal helped usVto move for in those times neighbors helped each otlHlsat down with us at a table on which there was every luxury tbcOllld think of Well my dear Lord knows that some of us have been moving a good while We have sent our children ahead we have sent many of our valuables ahead We can not go yet There is work for ns to do but after awhile it will be toward night anti we will be very tired and then we will start for our new home anti those who have gone ahead of us they will see our approach and they will dune down in time lane to meet us anti they will have much to tell us of what they have discovered in the house of many mansions and of how large time rooms are and of how bright time fountains And then the last load unloaded the table will be spread and our celestial neighbors will come in and sit down with our reunited fatn ilies and the chalices will be full not with the wine that sweats in the vat of earthly intoxication but wifn the new wine of time kingdom And there for the first time we will realize what fools we were on earth when wefearel to die since death has turned out only to be the moving from smaller house Into a larger one anti the exchange of a paupers hut for a princes cast IP and time going upstairs from a miser able kitchen to a glorious parlor O house of Get not made with hands eternal in time heavens FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Summary of Leading Erenli Washington April 23SenateThe entire session was taken up discuss ing tha right of M S Quay to a seat in tIme fliiatc under the appointment of IennsylvanialloumseThmt ou bill occupied the entire time of wendingithWaiOiinjnoii April 24SenateHon Matthew S Quay was refused a sent in the United States senate on the appointment of the governor ofl t 32imevoted in debute upon the question nliihjr of time greatest lawyers antI or ators in the hotly delivering speeches House The Porafcer emergency res olution to continue time present oft cers in Poro Itico in ofllee until time appointments are made under the A adoptedboutpropriiitiou bill were disposed of the only substantial amendment adopted being one to give extra compensation to letter carriers who work in excess of IS hours a week Washington April 25 Senate After a brief debate the conference on the Hawaiian civil govern m emit bill tin provisions to the right of franchise and imprison mcnt for debt having been amended to conform to time ideas of time senate was agreed to The agricultural ap a p carryinglittiecivil government bill was under con sidenition for an hour but no prog ess was made House The entire session was de appropriationaprlatlon of 7000 for the pneumatic tube service in New York Boston and Philadelphia was stricken out Washington April 26SenateAl the entire session was devoted o consideration of time right of Xa t pmimiwent over without action House The post oflice npproprhaaion lull was as vas t ttf the census to Sr00 anti time sala rics of supervisors of census by two per cent of time amount received by their enumerators The html confer governeupon owing to time absence of a quo r umtWashington April 27 Senate The senate voted upon the resolution de daring Xatlian IL Scott to be entitled to bis seat in time senate front West Virginia The number of votes in the negative was only three The Alas and cotton daunts bills took up he rest of time day t 13imeAmong them was one to pension at the rats of 10 a month time widow of the late Col John M Stotsenberg of the 1st Nebraska who was killed in the Philippines The conference re port on the Hawaiian government was adopted anti now goes to time presi dellt Washington April 2SSenateMr 1ettigrcw of South Dakota offered a resolution expressing sympathy for the ISoers Without debate it was re ferred to time committee on foreign relations by a vote of 31 to II As the rote disclosed the absence of a quo rum nn effort was made to secure sue limit it was unsuccessful and the senate adjourned House Hills to recognize time serv ices of Lieut Xewcomb anti time turn rems and men of the revenue emit Id r Hudson which rescued the torpedo boat Winslow nt Cardenas Ctilia by conferring gold and silver medals tip on thrum and to retire Cnpt Hodg son of the revenue emitter Hugh Me Culloch for meritorious services were passed Francis IL Lassiter who site ceeds time late Sitiuuuy Elucic as a rcs d r irginibutrktTOAST TO THE QUEEN Loynllr od tIer Subject Shown fl r the Present War LUIxtlnjr in South Africa London April 20 Lord Roseberry proposing the health of time queen nt the banquet of the City Liberal club to tIme Australian delegates said Xever before in the course of her reign has time queen exerted herself so much as shies loss during the last few months Never before has she borne o great a stress and strain owing to the varying events of time Avar in South Africa anti therefore sue has newel before received to so marked a de cree evidences of tint gratitude and loyally of her subjects In the course of a speech on The Commonwealth in Australia he re ferred to the Canadian commonwealth anti to the widespread sympathy of the people of Great Britain for the people of Ottawa in their present dis tress Swindled time Conntr Chicago April 29 Edward Blair a former employe for years in the office of time treasurer and county clerk has been arrested charged with manipu lating tax receipts anti tax record which may involve losses to time coun ty anti property owners aggregating thousands of dollars The grand jury returned indictments against Itlnir mid a companion known as Barnes and oilicers are now looking for the latter Drnrr En flout to Chicago Washington April 30Adnu Dcwey accompanied by Mrs Dewey and his private secretary Lieut Caldwell left her in a special train en route to Chi cago to participate in the celebration of the second anniversary of the bat tic of Manila Sullnn Still Silent Constantinople April 30The porte has not yet replied to time note hand ed to Tewlik Pasha time Turkish for eign minister by time United States charge daffaires Lloyd harrison re gmlinff time indemnity claim Mvmurlnl Service Held New York April 30 Special menu rial services for time late Uev Dr Isaac Mayer Wise one of the leaders of Judaism in the United States and founder of the Hebrew Union college In Cincinnati anti its president nt the time of his death were held here llrllrt fur Ottawa Fire Victim London April 30The lord mayor of London A J Newton has opened a mansion house fund for the relief of time victims of time Ottawa fire Al ready a number of large contribu tions have been made Aard Knrmer Brutally 3lurderd- Ottumwa la April 30 Josiah Cart an aged farmer living five miles north of here was brutally murdered Time body was found in the celkr where he hind been dragged He lived alone and was considered welltodo No object for the murder can be dis covered DevtrnctlTe Cyclone In Spain Madrid April 30Great damage ha been caused by a violent cyclone in time province of Huelva Twelve houses hate fallen anti 61 others threaten to fall The railway line is destroyed VVVi VV I5 TTE That Tired FeelingVJust as surely Indicates thaiVtime blood is lacking in rltaiityVninth the elements of health as VV does time most obstinate humor that the vital haiti is full of impurities Hoods Sarsaparilla cures that tired feeling by en riching and vitalizing the bloodzcreating a good appetite anti in vigorating every organ of the j bodyVHoods Sarsaparilla I had that tired feeling all time timeVWas as tired in the morning when I rose ai I was trhtn I went to bed J took four bottles of Hoods Sarsa parilla and it made me feel like anew man I could work hard and not feel tired I recommend Hoods to all who need a good medicine A 1VCHARTER Creston IowaVHoods araaparlhot0tdb1tdroZg isis Jet Hoods and only Hoods Too 3Ineh for the Elephant IVA Chicago showman recently adrertisedVa pianoplaying elephant and drew a crowd for the first performance After reiimiaatp describing the talents o Vfwas ltd into the ring He stepped up to the piano ran a scale stopped trminkja nd rats bellowing from the tent showman stepped forward Ladies and gentlemen he an unfortunate oc currence prevents time intelligent animal from continuing the performance I am cure you wilt alt refpect reasouVHe has just recognized his dead mothers teeth in the piano keysan Francisco Wave TilE IlfHLIGTOX ROUTE Great Train Service The UuriingtonXprthern Pacific ExVt time morningnesi rom Kansas ity in the afternoon fur Northwest Nebraska Black hilts MontanaVWashington Tacoma Seattle Puget Sound nd Portland Oregon via Hilling 3lonVanathe short line and timesaver to theVNorthwest To the Pnget Sound in 70 hours from Kansas City 77 hours from St Louis after April 29th booVis the climax in the development of the Louhiani PurchaseVThrough Coaches Chair Cars seats free- Standard anti Tounit SleeperS and Dining The is time main traveled route frontVhe Southwest to the Northwest Number 57 ehmmaktColOFt1dO ExpressVmidday tram from St Louis late night train from Kansas rj for Nebraska lot orado Utah Pacific Coast one night to VDenverPlease write for printed and illustrated matter LWWAKELET General 1ssscngerAentVHOWARD ELLIOTIVGeneral 3leuagerVSt Louis The Proper ResponseVMamma Why did youhethmimnkissyonV Daughter Well was to me learntosayThats what I did say He asked me if mePbildelphia p AikVonr Dealer for Allen FootEaseVVA to shake into shoes It rests the feet CuresCornsBunionsSwolIen U0t Callous Aching Sweating feet and InVgrowing Nails Allens FootrEaso makes new or tight shoeseasv SoIdbyaUdrngjrista anti shoo stores23c Address Allen a Olmstcd Le Roy N YV5A Clear Caie 4 Whats the charge asked the court The prisoner your honor replied the officer asked this man here what his father was doing and when told that the latterVwas a in time mint without provocation piePoor An ex seems almost un necessary Philadelphia North American The Explanation That FaLledVProfessor How did you get alone withVmy formula for the use ofshall andVwill Professors Friend Ob gracious manVBefore I had read half way through it IVwas so befuddled that I couldnt remem her what it was I had started out tohcarnVIndianapolis Journal Wrong Impression Tie Am I right in presuming to think you care for meVShemo you are left Cleveland Plain Dealer Some people have faith in odd numbers anti the is number oaeCiucagoVDaily News At the age of 21 a man has more ideals than ideas Chicago Daily News Gained VVH 45 Pounds DEARMRSPtYHAMVVi warn very thht ami my friends thought i was im consumption Ham omntmnml hmmrn moheSf haokaohm amifail ing of uterus wmrm affcldVvery on noomtihmw poorly I took d aiIwas Mf vsMf to take Lydia BVPlmkhstms Vmgmtaklm daOommmumfm Onm hoW lIavdbIqhlhwoman hay mafnmii awmlght front 95 mounds im f4Of evmryonm asks what stoutMRSHH tmn St PhHfKMnMa Pa Mrs Pmkhmm has fifty IUrgf1OW L DOUGLAS pWorthwith other makes lndoned by over J 1000000 wearers The penuliM have W I tame and niceV tamped on bottom Take no substitute claimed to beVrood Your derVshould kern u1miI VV Sot we will send a paii on receipt ol price acdzjc leatherIfROOFINGiITRf Ht MAKIU iW CME I 4 to J1 t I 0 1 ISTATE ODDS AND ENDS 1 s I a JnTAYLOR HAS RETURNED Sprniln n flap nt lie ttircullvr- Mnn tnn nnil n Inirr Verc- cri t1 IIMIU Him Ky April 30AV R 1aJlor returned from Washington mill 4Ient Sunday nt t lie fxoviitive iiinn Jon with his family He was not ex pected to arrive until owning and but few people were aware of his presence in the city till evening when he pH arcd nt the railroad station uml took a e fc O train to Louisville leaving here at ooloclf lie was nc hrIommittttj the city was known to the local officers anil to those in charge of the prosecu lion and the fact that a warrant of isJment will he held up mill no process isMirdon it for several days The in 1lIiltllwnt was returned in jurt I day after those against Finley I Towers Culton mill others were re turned hut it was not entered of roe ord and is now understood to bo in jrhepossession of ludgc tantrill SUSPECT CASES 11 slnnliiE of n Trlnl nt Frankfort ii Ky Vhlrh Will Cnnliiinr for Srr rtil Hji oJ t Frankfort Kylril 30 Seven of the suspects charged with being cither iniirpot William Gocltcl were arraigned morningUwere republican Secretary of State Caleb lowers Henry K Yout soy Harland Wliil Inker John W Da vis Vharton ioldrn W II Culton and llichnrd Con IS alias Tallow J lJotlonRfor bail were made in end t motions for a change o 1ase have been applied for by Tow Davis Whittnker and Combs The large array of witnesses who have a been summoned to give testimony J were put ujoii recognisance Imuds and the hearing of proof begun with the prospect of consuming several days 4 BREAKS OUT AFRESH Thn SinnIIioK ltepiear In Ilnrdln Reportpd In nnllltt County It Klizabcthtown Ky April 29 Smallpox has broken out in Hardin county again Mr John Hamilton nf Slithton Ky who has a wellde Sl veloped case was taken to the county pest house by order of County Judge English and the board of health tn10ng with his fondly who have beetlexposed to the disease Besides S case there exist several cares at Gray iIOn Springs station antI several near JDi Clifty Ky llcliable information 1nlso reaches this place that cases infthe disease are now housed in the county pest house Xo deaths have been reported People are ex cited here PopnIUIa Furor Knalon tSing of populist leathers of this state who favor fusion with the democrats tosFalls May 9 were selected and reso j5 lutions were adopted reaffirming the fc1eclarabotl of the national convention at 5t Louis in 1SDC denouncing trusts favoring an income tax and ifro the election of United States senators by direct vote and Indorsing William J JJryau for the presidential nomina4 J tion b oti Thrown From a Train lit Sterling Ky April toThar tpUiSen r train from the east brought to this place its express messenger lack OConnell who had been se Somfhowofa curve and was thrown from the ear with great vio phence Ills face and body are bruised 4 and lacerated lie is a brother of 1 County Clerk W B OConnell of this cito Howard Will Surrender 3london Ky April 8The warrant d P of arrest for James Howurd charge with the murder of Senator Goebel is in the hands of the sheriff of Clay dbnot expected to resist arrest He asserts emphatically his innocence lIanl willingness to surrender to the rr proper authorities Ail CundldMtn tor CangrrM axt4 himself as a candidate for congress in c the First district William Henryq Jones of Darren former state sena 0J tor hag announced himself in the Vj Third district Woollen Store Burnrd 1Lexln ton Kj April 2SJ W r Woollums store rat Muir Station 4blehwas also the depot and feb1 phone and telegraph office was turned Loss 5000 Mr Woolluma lost all his dry goods Some insurlo ctanee= Garrardc of q p the growers of tobacco are complain taJ tIngfit the unfavorable appearance of fields Some of the farmers are i I cultivating broom corn instead of to ai1imaccoa Preliminary Content t r1111iehmnd Ky April 29Tle pre 6 liminary contest to select Caldwell Xi high schools representatives in thej Bluegrass tournament to be held next month will be held l 1ntthe courthouse in this city Friday L ay 4 Many students have entered the lists ulreadyI i Xe r Coal Company Frankfort Ky April 29 tx i if J Gem Coal Co with a capital stock Il of 12000 located at Itarlxiurville filed SeereIjlk r rdlToTeat tbe Validity or Bondt 4 4cI Ovveusboro Ky April 29 Before Ptt i Owensboros new issue of 200000 a 1 itstreetimprovementbondsare formally b f placed on the market a test suit willI 1 be brought and carried to the V9iJof to settle definitely all ijquestions as to their validity = Jot BrotherlnLair Shot Him Lexington Xy April 27 Albert fr 1 i Sidney Johnson a prominent farmer lIenryjiover family matter Johnson Ii fiIldie I v itJ4 f 1 j4 flJ J1 h 1t t t iti 2 r I L tIJC rrMt f r1k t r It t r JtiO T 1o J ICHAIR SHOPS BURNEDI Tire In the rrnllrnllnr nl IVnnU furl Ky nlrcJttl the llnlltl- Inu nnit All IU Content Frankfurt April toIirt brok out in the varnish room in the peni tentiary chair shop antI completely destroyed Ihe building and contents entailing a loss estimated nt from 0000 to 73000 The strenuous ef forts of tilE Frankfort tire depart li tent assisted by a si1unilof soldiers and the prison tire department kept the lire confined to the chair shops and saved the shoe shop broom shop and cellhouscs There was 20000 in surance on the building and IO K0 on the stock and raw material The building and machinery belong t tloAjseveral months to rebuild the shops Meanwhile about f00 convicts that were earning It cents a day for the stale will lc out of employment The firemen by grand work prevented the flames from reaching huge tanks of naptha stored in Ihe building JESSE FIELD KILLEDI One if Ilir Irntlrr In the Preach Eseriohe IVllil Shot Prom ItiN Home Jackson Ky April SseFields one of the mot noted of nil the mountain feudal lighters in Kentucky lid from the effects of n pistol shot wound Fields was tine of the leathers in the fatuous KrenchEvcrsole feud The shooting of Fields occurred at a blind tiger 16 tidIes from this place A dillicnity arose between Jesse Fields and Tanner Gilbert Koth quickly drew revolvers mill liegan fir ing Fields got behind a fence and Gilbert shielded himself with a con venient mulberry tree nod the trou ble proceeded uninterruptedly until ft emptyNeithert tIheylittle later III the evening Fields badii all present goodby anti got upon his horse to go home As he started to ride off it is charged two shots were fired and Frenchs trusted man fell from his horn mortally wounded It is asserted that built Gilbert and Feltner one of Gilbert friends tired simultaneously at Fields though it is not known which killed him Gilbert smd Feltner have disappeared Sentenced for t nspiratmrILouisville Ky ST Crites J ONeil and Robert Locke were sentenced to three years each in tile Nashville penitentiary and fumed 100 by Judge Kvaus in the federal court for conspiracy to plsvent Negro voters from exercising their rights of suffrage at the election in this city ast November lecldrntiilly Stint Htmarlf Frankfort Ky April 28Adit Gen D It Collier accidentally shot himself in the left hand The ball which was a short entered the base of tIle thumb inside the hand and lodged j lustJames Elymvhio extracted the bullet says no bones were broken and that he wound inut necessarily serious One State Officer Not In Litigation Frankfort Ky April 30 Attorney General Breekinridge enjoys the dis Unction of being the only state officer whose title is not in litigation Judge Clifton J Pratt the republican con testant as anticipated several days ago quit the contest and on failure to file a suj das bond undisputed titles passed to Mr llreckinridge- Promlur for Krutnrky Derby Day erouisvihlesaddling bell rings at Churchill Downs next Thursday it will inaugu rate what promises to be the greatest meeting in the history of the Louis ville Jockey club It is expected that fully 10000 will witness the Kentucky Derby Clu Ctnyn Divorced Wife flri1rLexington Ky April 30 I Warfield Clay the divorced wife of 8ifouiof Whitehall died here Sunday night in her 86th year of infirmities of old age She was the mother of Brutus J Clay now United States commission er to the Vans exposition Itff Hater Acquitted TJarbonrvillc Ky April 27 TIllS jury in the case of the commonwealth against Dee linker accused of being an accomplice of Tom Baker in the murder of Will White brought in a verdict of not guilty The verdict is a popular one- Drugicel Him to Drain Bowling Green Ky April lOOfo Manley a farm hand was thrown from a mule Ills foot caught in tho harness and the animal running away dragged him to death Unotynrr PUtted By Car Lexington Ky April 8C L Wayne a linotype operator was killed while stealing a ride on the Cincin idntitic1IOfl a zoo Printers union lIe worked in Cincinnati last week Election Declared Void Owensboro Ky April 28 Judge Owen in circuit court handed down optionIthrough a faulty certificate Sfnv KtutueUy Io tu anpri Washington April 9Tlue follow ing fourthclass postmasters for Ken tuelty have been commissioned Christy iowan county II II Stam per Clio Whitlcy county James Murphy Earnestville Owsley county II G Bradcnburgh Death of W II Trabnr Versailles Ky April 29 William W Trabue aged 74 a highly resj ected and influential citizen of Woodford county died of neuralgia of the heart at his home six miles south of Ver sallies He had been ill for six weeks letting Itrndy for Work Middlesboro Ky April 9Grant Forrester of Harlan county who has been appointed census supervisor for the Eleventh district has opened Ida 1111118Ienum erators for Middlesboro Preacher for Coagrrmn Owensboro Kj April 2Sflte Sea and congressionnl district prohibition convention which convened herr nominated Jlev W S Danley of the Ciiinlterland Presbyterian church of this city for congress t lJ rJ IIfJ 4 7M 3 TO DISFRANCHISE NEGROES L llovcmoiil oil Pout In Virginia looUInK In Tlint Mini A Con Hill Itinn I oil von hilt Kiclmiond Vu April IThe ques tion of calling n constitutional ton tuut ion in Virginia primarily for tue- lfnitihilietittutl of tilt Negroes hut lieell phutically dtlcl11 fur as the Il o inzijoritytslnll Colivclition which meets Jit Nor folk on May 2 art lush iietl in favor of milking IIiall for IhclIun licml party issue This matter is nou the absorbing one in Virginia and the demand for the disfram hiiincnt of the Negroes mill other constitutional reforms huts entirely ocrshadowcd the original purpose fur which tin Norfolk meeting was called The constitution under which the people now live was i thmpt oil in Sti9 by what was known as the Indcr wood convention That hinlyvas cOIIIIc1IIf northern settlers and Negroes The white pIIIoof Vir irinin very many of whom were then disfranchised hail little III no part in formulating the organic law under which they have since lived There is nn overwhelming sentiment in the state in favor of eliminating the col ored vote from its politics forever This can only be accomplished by constitutional revision The elimi nation of the black ote is demanded not only from tin great black boils f Virginia hut also hue while coun Some of the largest and must influential of the latter eleitu1tine gations instructed to favor a eon vention The element opposing this move ment mire the great corporations the local officeholders ami the rcpul licalis FRAME WORK COLLAPSED T ii Men Were Killed nnd itrven Injured nl Iinul Two tit Whom Wilt Die irminghiiu Aln April 29Uy the collapse of the frame work of the main building of the Dimmick Pipe t Foundry Co in the course of ereeition at North Birmingham Saturday morning two mIll Ire dead until H are injured at least two of whom will le The building was at least 300 eet long and 100 feet wide While an immense beam was being placed in position on the roof 30 feet above Ilia ground it fell and striking the next beam knocked it down The ccond brain knocked down the third nUll so on until 2G beams had fallen causing a general collapse of the structure About 30 men were ut work on the building at the time and of this number Liof them were on lue superstructure mill went down in lie wreckage Those on the ground floor began to leap out of ihe doors and windows ns soon as the first beam fell and nil escaped uninjured SENOR PATERNO Tilt Former Ircxlilrnt of the plno SnCnllpd Cnliltift Ciin turnS tnr Trluldnd Manila April IIaj Gen Lloyd Whcaton reports that Senor Paterno the former president of the Filipino socalled cabinet WitS captured in the mountains near Trinidad province of Uenguct April 25 Paterno recently through relatives in Manila requested and received permission to enter the American lines but failed to appear His relatives explained that he hind been sick a long time and was an in valid He was brought to San Per nando on a litter ambulance by sol diers of the 48th regiment New rnnrr Mill Parsons W Va April 91heParsons pulp and paper plant will be located on the scene of the civil war battle at Carricks Ford where Gen Garret was killed The company pur chased the site for 4500 and will commence the erection of the build ings in a few days To Irnteel Amcrlcnna In China Washington AprilIjnisterConger has informed the state de partment that he is making renewed demands upon the TsiingLlyainen for protection to Americans in China The department advices arc to the effect that the hostility of the Chinese to the misionarics has now extended to all foreigners Mrnterions lurder in Grrmnny Berlin April i0Proumu numerous points in Germany come reports of sensational murders lu addition to three eases in Berlin cases are reported from Casscl Schweidnits Trcves and Storchnest the victims be ing young girls and boys The mur derers have not boom discovered al though large rewards are offered lrparh1 fr the Ucllimp Atlanta Ga April 30 Senior As tronomer W W nlllpbellnncl Assistant Perrine of Lick Observatory Cal arrived in Atlanta en route to Thom aston where they will select and es tablish a station for observing the solar eclipse May 28 A Toting Iliiuo New York April 29js Mur phy the hippopotamus in tIme New York Central menagerie gave birth to the fourth young hippo born in the park The newest hippo is about 14 incites long and stands 8 inches high anti weighs about 20 pounds lftitnueic OaliiR to time Klondike Victoria B C April 29Many Jap anesc are leaving Vancouver and Vie toria for the Klondike in the hope of securing work for wages or to wash abandoned ground Seventyfive went by time steamer Danube Friday IrlrxtB out n Pllcrlmimro Xew York April 29TIme North German Lloyd strainer fran which sailed Saturday for Naples took out a large party of Catholic priests who are making u pilgrimage to tome There were C5 priests in the party SO of whom canto from Brooklyn and time others from St Louis KnrtHt llrc Black Uiver Falls Wis April 29 Forest fires are raging i1 thin eastern part of Jackson county The area burned already is over 71000 acre and time fires are still burning The Coiiitrrfia of Religion Boston April 9The Liberal Con press of Keligion which huts ben hold ing its sixth annual session here this week voted to drop the word Lib ralCIII account of its possibility to misleading interpretation and be known as the Congress of Ueligion To KutablJdi a Salmon hatchery Victoria II C April 2 American salmon canners operating nt Ana cones and other nearby places han offered the Dominion government to fstablisli ond maintain n fiisVcluS1 hatchery ou the irazer river 1 i T l 4i rtIIfl 9JnJ I THE BOERS ESCAPES Frenchs Cavalry Give up Pursuit and Return to Biccmfontein Dm C rrc iondcnt 1cc ri lies liiird- Iliilirrlx Army n Wrrck lle- rniiki II In Without Ilorma- nnd WlllioiH Trnn itt rtiLondon April n The only dis patch from Lord tol inn a was t Iin usual list of deaths anil sicknesses The 111IIi ncuspapcr dispatches de scribing the recent operations throws no light whatever fin the present po sition of affairs or on the great ques tion as lo when the main advance it t lioment that lien Frenchs cavalry art returning o Bloeinfontciii is clear proof that there Is no further hope of catching be retreating liners and the London papers arc beginning to display Impatience at the practical failure of the elaborate operations of last week The Standard says It is H hart d 4iineuters bate haolIll small a result The Daily Chronicle remarks Wo are reluctant to criticize Lord Hob crts hilt it is impossible to shut our eyes to the fat that during the last t ltuiIrom our enormous display or force Without doubt these operations hate been of a very exhaustive nature a ontiUlnemn faith ciii correspondent of the Times writing on March 3 after the Paardcbcrg affair describes Lord Uoberls army as a wreck because itwnl without horses and without transport The Itlocnifontcin corre spondent of the Post speaks now of the urgent need at present mimi always of more IrsThe Daily Mail publishes a state ment from Col Lon who was blamed fur Ihe loss of the gnus at Cohemmsui thit in advancing the guns he merely obeyed orders and that the taff was tuttle ignorant of the prox tnityof the Boer position The sudden decision of the Boer peace delegates to go to America is attributed to the fact that the guy ernment of the riulhurlands after sounding nil the Kuropcan capitals 3tohtlfrom Kurope galgnummmuberidsiege were 30 killed ami 19 wounded uItillery engagement yesterday at Kareo Siding hut no details have been re ceived London April t0A special dis patch from Thaba Nchu dated Thursday describing the light at Is raels Poort which is about seven mils west of Thaba Nchu saystThe British artillery shelled the kopjes all day from three positions The floor positions were extremely well chosen consisting of a long range of very precipitous hillwith narrow poorts passes between com manding a vast extent of country The mounted infantry made a wide turning movement while the foot in fantry advanced to within 2000 yards under goodshelter During the afternoon the buttle became general and extended over a frontage of ten miles The rifle Maxim and artillery firluigwas deal ruing At 3 oclock the Canadians ad vanced in open order but meeting with i terrific fire they tiVok shelter in a donga When they finally cap tured the kopje the Boers were seen retiring north anti east with wagons and subsequently when the infantry made a dash the rest of the enemy tired a few shots and cleared off According to a special dispatch from Lonrenzo Marques the latest authentic estimates of time Boor forces place them at 30900 of which 13000 are at Kroonstadt 0000 at Fourteen Streams 6000 in Natal about Mafeking and 1000 at Pretoria while 250 have been ordered north to intercept Gen Carringtons force Tho work of entrenching Pretoria is pro ceeding Several correspondents give the credit for the HoerS clever escape from the British net to Louis Itot i the new eominanderinchief who it is saul directed the withdrawal in person Blocmfontein is still suffer lug from i shortage of water tho Boers having removed the indispen sable parts of the water works ma chinery which the British engineers have not yet been able to replant The Hague April OThe members of the Boer peace commission will sail from Bottcrdam for the United States next Thursday evening by the HollandAmerican line steamship MaiMlam Dr Leyds anti Dr Mueller will not accompany the delegates London April 30 According to a itsjieiiuidated Sunday the British troops now that the adjacent country is cleared of the Boers who trekked hurriedly in the direction of ladylirand will re cuperate for a short period Mliilnter Him of Apoplexy Chicago April 3iJipv Kdtvard Reynolds Pierce pastor of the Sea mans home mission died here of apo plexy IJer Mr Pierce was chaplain of the 5ith regiment ill the civil war and for iive rears was pator of 0 Seaman Bethel at St Paul Itnllrnud OKIcp AliullNlied Montreal April l01n consequence of the retirement of George It Been general traffic manager of the Grand Trunk railway from active business the office of general traffic manager has been abolished MUnliiKT Must Head New York April 30 Joshua Gregg the Sixth avenue furniture dealer who unexpectedly made an assignment hiTs if prosperous business on February 10 tIled late Saturday at Glens Falls N Y where he had been staying ft the last three treeksii- iuiicliimuiuii Kiitnlly Shot Whit email Neb April 30A K iallionn a ranchman was fatally shot by Anecl Connor neighbor They became involved in a dispute over the possession of land which led to the shooting Shut ills Stvcelhcnrt and Illiimelf- Watscka III April OBert Ilider hill a farm hand fatally wounded his sweetheart Anna Davis at her home near Plato Iroquois county and then sent a bullet through hiown heart It is believed that the couple had quarreled Tint rrriultfed lo Speak Xewmarket Ireland April JOJas- C Flynn member of parliament for the north division of Cork county was not allowed to address a meeting of the United lush league scllujulod to take place here Suuday Jv4 srioL KJt ir ci A icf if1 F 4 1 Il ODDS AND ENDS The German army authoritiei are now experimenting a cotton stuff us a material for balloons It is treated with rubber before being used The fabric Is said to have great strength and is better than silk which is apt to generate electricity In San Francisco the board of health has created the position of assistant city physician with ti salary of 100cu month amid put it in the hands ol r Beatrice Hinkle Her duties willtbe the care of sick women and dren in the public institutions When Caliph the New York Central park hippopotamus was ill it was de cidcd to give him some medicine Nine men held him down with ropes and three pills the size of tennis nails were filled with nearly 3000 grains of aloes a iikeA few days ago the tow boat Joseph Williams of Pittsburgh arrived at Louisville KymtItim 40 coal boats and two barges containing about 1400000 bushels or 0300 toiu of coal This was onsitleretione of the largest tows eve handled on the Ohio river It is inter sting to railroad men to note the fact that it would have required 157 cars ol tons each to haul the amount of coal which the Williams towed to Louisville in one tripnThe colored people of Omaha have petitioned the city council to get postsession of the nrmorclad ear by President Lincoln during the wartime and to restore it to such a condition nt to prevent further deterioration and make it available as n relic The car wnel by the Union Pacific railroad and is Iept in the yards at Omaha It Will built at Alexandria Va in 1SG4 says The Hailroad Ieview anti was made bulletproof by means of boiler plates placed on time sides of the car IN HOUSECLEANING TIME Tic sparing of ammonia in washing windows as It injures the paintfUse n small stiff flat cleaning the corners of the window sash Do your most thorough cleaning and renovating in the sleeping rooms kitchen pantry and cellar lint sharp vinegar or n new half doli lar will remove paint spatters and turpentine will take off putty stains Printers ink Is the best polisher yet round for glass Use a soft cloth for wiping nnd polish with a newspaper An excellent mixture for cleaning lass is made by filling a bottle with lass stopple half lull of deodorized benzine nnd adding calcined magnesia ntil It is as thick ns cream Apply a soft cloth then polish Clean mailings with salt and water If there are grease spots cover with French chalk sprinkle benzine over cover with a damp cloth and let It lie until the benzine evaporates If the spot still shows try try again Clean white woodwork with soft wa er nnd whiting or a little sapolio For bard wood or any varnished finish use ten or a weak borax water and finish with kerosene or a mixture of one part olive oil and two parts vinegar In either case use tile least oil possible and polish with a soft woolen cloth Laura Carpenter In Country Gentle man CYCLES AND MOTOR VEHICLES permittellnhilts have to cross the channel anti conduct nil their contests in France- A Hartford man has the distinction of paving ridden about 1000n j bl cycles lie is employed in a wheel fue tory and gives the wheels a test on ai Indoor track prepared for that pur pose Cycling is not dying in France if figures go for anything In 1894 the number of registered bicycles In the country was 203026 In 1S99 it was 183414 and at present it exceeds half a million Monks riding bicycles is n daily spectacle In Kssex Knglaml The Franciscan fathers use them for tear cling from the mission at It raintree to two others at some distance It is said that the cycling is done with the content of Cardinal Vaughn rcproductionautomobile is soon to be erected in Paris to the memory of Lavassor who did so much to promote the interests of the machine This is doubtless the first instance of the introduction of the motor into sculpture jOSH BILLINGS PHILOSOPHY Of nil kreatcd things animate or inanimate we find no fools except arming mankind The man who told us that virtaw iz its own reward might have added that vice was too TUB MARKETS Cincinnati April 2S CATTLE Common t 00 i 4 40 Select butchers 4 90 5 00 CALVES Kxtrax 7 25 1I0sSelect packers 5 50 5 ES Mixed packers 55 5 45 SHEEP Choice 4 50 fj 4 E4AMRSExtmn 650 it 9 00 FLOUK Spring pat 3 65 g 3 00 WHEAT Xo 2ritI I it42YsOATSNo2nnXo2 Qj 62t hAYChoice timothrla 00 STI5 25 MESS POIJS eoI 12i LAUD fr 7 DUTlEK Ch dairy 12 u 14 Choice creamery 20 APPLES Ch to fancy 4 5- 0lOlVlOESier brl 55 I 05 TOBACCO New 2 75 15 75 Old 130 t1300 CHICAGO FLtUn Win patent 3 60 3 70 Whl ILtiNo 2 red ft 70 Xo 3 spring 61fi f5 COKX Xo 2 914t 3U OATS Xo 2 v 2 t fl 4t4iOIIKMessLAUD Steam 7 15 7 22V vonicr 70 3 00 WHEAT Xo 2 red il 78 umX Xo 2 mixed fi 46 y OATS Xo 2 imiixeliii 2S KYK t C0 POKK Mess II 50 tll3 00 LuVKD Steam i 7 70 BALTIMORE FLOUK Win patent 3 65 i 3 85 WHEAT Xo 2 reel 67 Southern 63 0 72t4 COUX Xo 2 mixed 43ij 43 OATS Xo 2 mixed fij28iCATTLE First qual 4 75 d 10 HOOS Western 6 00 6 10 INDIANAPOLIS WHEAT Xo 2 rd 71 COKX Xo 2 mixed t 30 OATS Xo 2 mixed tj 26 LOUISVILLE 7LOTIR Win patnt5 4 50 WHEAT Xo 2 red VS 73 CORX Mixed y 43X OATSMixed 27 PO UK Mesa CT13 50 LARD Steam ra 7 2 rfcr 4 I tIt ffcfff 1rtii Qi 7t7 r L5 e h- 4 1 i J 1 y ri TTI f natreil Him onto I suppose that Rev Mr Sheldon must hue endeavored to set up a moral ftandard for subscribers during Sheldon week remarked fat cxKsnsan as he rode with s friend on a South side car according to the Chicago Inter Ocean supposethatSheldons newspaper said the other man Humph Looks that mvat Hut I used to live out in Toi ekii and Ive MilMcrihed for that aner the lat ten years Well theuweek that Mieldnn ran it never receive ngle copy Reckon they thought I wasnt fit to receive it elluekledheItrltlnb ArUtocrnoy Illnmril Many people attribute the recent reverses of thcllritish to the degeneracy of the aris tocraiy The life of does not produce vigor Indigestible suppers late hours con lalit nerve strain and of ex ercise upset the Momach and weaken both ii luyiucalsail mental vitality The blood that makes men heroes must come from active ealthiy stomachs loMctterx Stomach Hit ees purities the blood and strengthens tIme indigt5tondYIIIia Mueh I ll e DcinosllirneWoman lie saidremully ought to be a better orator than man Why sol he n kcd- lecau e he replied to a cerUin ex tent at least time methods of that famed orator Demosthenes w buyititYou rcmitfnbcr he answered that Do oithenes used to practice talking with his iouitlu full of pebbles Site hastily took the pins out of her mouth nd in formed him that he was a mean old anyway Chicago Post Hovfd Tlilf We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Props Toledo O We the undersigned have known F 3 Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac o l anybligationsWest t Truai Wholesale Druggists Toledo Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per lint Ie Sold by all Druggists Testimonials ree Jail Family Pills are the best Victory Assured He was a candidate for aldermanic boa- rso A speech A speech yelled the crowd In response the popular clamor he mounted an empty beer keg and said Boys I thank you All hands step in s somethingIt of oratory butt it touched the spot Chicago EveningJsews The Makers of Carters Ink Snjr We cant make any better ink than we do poorerinklIilksShe threatened all sorts of tImings and finally he got ROIl exclaimed Do your worst VicksAnd what did she do Hicks Verv roollshe began to play the piano VcieksI see she took him at his wordBotoo Transcript To Cure n Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo QuiuiueTablcts AH druggists refund money cure 25o Ifyouwsnt to be content and prosperous s ice in mimmer coal in winter seeds in AtchisonGlobePisos Cure is the best medicine we ever used for all affections of the throat aut- hungsVnm O Endsley Yanburen Ind 10 1000 dimnmerIXortbAmerican Each package of PUTNAMS FAI DYES colors more goods titan nay other the and colors them better too Sold by nIl druggists Dont hang on to the men who are above vou then you wont get dropped Chicago Democrat S Dont Xrelect a Oragh Take Sonic ITalcs Hone of Horehound anti Tar instanter Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in otto minute It isnt fair to measure other people your half bushel but you probably iL Atchison Globe- D not fail to read the advertisement of Teethina itt this paper One wav to obtain credit is bnot needi ing it Pniladelphia Record A L A B A S T 1E LABASTINE Is the original and only durable wall coating entirely different from all kal Bomtnes Ready for use In white or fourteen beautiful I tints by adding cold water ADIES naturally prefer ALA BASTINE for walls and elI lags because It Is pure clean durable Put up In powdered form In fivepound pack ages with full dIrections LL kalsomlnes are cheap temporary preparations made front whiting chalks clays etc and stuck on walls with de caying animal glue ALABAS TINE Is not a kalsomlne EW ARE of tho dealer who says ho can sell you the same thIngS as ALABASTINE or something Just as good Ho tryIlughe has bought cheap and tries to sell on ALABASTINES demands ho may not realize the damage you will suffer by a kalsomlne on your walls ENSIBLE dialers will not buy a lawsuit Dealers risk one by selling and consumers by using Infringement Alabastlne Co own right to make wall coat lag to mix with cold water HE INTERIOR WALLS every church and school ah oCI be coated only with pure able ALABASTINE health It ateI Vork1Nhaving our goods In packages and properly labeled UISANCE of wall patter Is ob viated br ALAUASTINE Itcan be used on plastered walls wood ceilings brick or can vas A child can brush It on Itdoes not rub or scale oft STABL1SIIED In favor Shun all Imitations Ask paint deal er or druggIst for tint card Write us for Interesting book let free ALABASTINE CO Grand Rapids Mich Save ths Labelssaul write for list of premlama we offer free fur th- emHIRES II Rootbee The favorite summer Adzkia ut Capt Cromwell Landlord of the Broadway Hotel Cincinnati 0 wrote Nov 17 18- 53Palmers Lotion has cnrtd me of TETTER of thirty yeas standing Prevents ILotionafflictions At Druggists only IIn V j i R Efi t LS r II or S = jlIJ LIKE THE REST OF US Before Mnrrlnjre nvcrytlilnjc III Sweet and Lovely After We Get flown to Earth Riilu George dear she said a night or two before the wedding ammlinjz to TitHits ilo think it possible that our love and our married life tan heroine the common place coldly practical love and life of the married people we tee around tisT Oh George my heart would break if I thought So But it will not lIe so George i3S a ionatcly Ve love each other too tender y too fondly for that Our love id not of the ordinary kind my ilarlini and our lures will not lie so Ah no my angel that can never he And time other tIny site said IsacGeorgI how wouuid von like pork for dinner with apple saureH You would AH right then and dont you forcet that fettling bottle for tIme bal or ill you back after it and mind that you dont keep dun ncr waiting AntI he with a fallinpolT of the passion of ten years All right Lao and I wish youd sew a button on the back IKitt of those striped trousers of mine youll find them hanging over a chair in our room Dont have the pork as dry as last time and you watch the babys cold That watering of the eyes looks like measles tome Theres my bus Goodbyl THE POETS GRIEVANCE itt Lines Were Badly Treated by time Printer and lie AVnn Justly Indignant The editor was sitting in IiU office one da when a man vhone brow was clothed with thunder entered Fiercely seizing a chair hisIColliers Weekly Are rout the editor he asked Yes Can you read writing Of course Head that then he said thrusting at the editor an cn elope with an inscription on it lIsaid the editor trying to spell it Thats tint a ilits an S riid the man Soh yes I see Well it looks like Salt for Dinner or Souls of Sinners No sir replied the man nothing of Ihe kind Thats my name Samuel II Itninner I knew you couldnt read Called to see you about that poem of mine you printed the other day on the Surcease of Sorrow Dont remember it Of courseyon dont because it went unto time paper underneath the infamous title of uneartnse Tomorrow The editor lied The sea of matrimony swamps many a courtship Chicago Daily News B f to cars cars free to the undersigned Jora copy Pictures Notes this of Cwk iii AUantaUa 4 V7ee t r DAN GROSVENOR SAYS Peruna i an Spring Catarrh RemedyI am az i Well as Ever tv lIon Dan A Grosvenor of the Farruna Ohio Family lion Dan Deputy Auditor for the War Department in letter written from Washington says Allow mv to express my gratitude to you for tho benefit derived teens 0J70 bottle of Purina Una wck baa brought wonderful changes and I ant now an wolf aa ever Be being one oft ho very best fprlngtoncmlt Is an excellent catarrh romady Very roapoctfully Dan A Groavcnor Hal 1 Denlon Chief National Export Exposition Philadelphia Pa writes was completely run down from overwork and the responsibility naturally with the exploitation of interna tional ily physician recommended an extended vacation When life seemed almost a burden began taking Peruna and with the use of the fifth bottle I found myself in a normal condition Ihave since enjoyed the best of health Almost everybody needs a tonic in the spring Something to brace the nerves vigorate time brain and cleanse the blood That Peruna will do tillS is beyond all ques ion Everyone who has tried has the experience as Mrs D W Tim of Lynchburg Ya who in recent letter made use the following words Ialways take a dose of Peruna after business 1 hours as it is great tiling for the nerves 4ForThe Peruna Medicine Co Colum bus Ohio DR MOFFEITS Allays Iffltatic Aids U1gestf- eE T El HIRegulattstheBowth Teething Powders TEEThilNARehievesthcBowd Troubles of Children of Costs only cents at Drnggists ANY AGE Orm US3cenU to C J MOFFETT M O ST LOUIS MO IFactory Loaded Shotgun Shells I loaded with Smokeless powder and NEW J RIVAL loaded with Black powder Superior to alls 9other brands for- IUNIFORMITY I RELIABILITY AND ISTRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES I Winchester Shells are for sale by all dealers Insist upon having them when you buy and you will get the best aSfamiliar with it Ht ThWe mean your railroad agent here he knows Ask him the best route Co Omaha Ogden Salt Lake Butte Helena San Francisco Spokane Portland Seattle Take trains which will reach St Louis in the evening Leave 730 p m Wabash Cannon BalIOmaha 755 next morn ing twentyfive minutes all you have to wait when the Overland Limited leaves for the West You cant get Omaha much before noon any other way this route is ten hours quickest St Louis to San Francisco Agent knows facts heres what hell answer Wabash to Omaha and Union Pacific and thats all you need remember A foIJcr simple complete tells III about it soraj thing worth knowing K you to reach any western city you can have toll specific information about your bet train and connections railroad and sleeping rae fares etc and the rate will be right LLddrTTETTTtstTy4 You Can lonrselVN- W J to Texas In to the can a in the at a to I in It SO cents to all in car 25 cents a The Cotton Belt offers nnlcknt ihottett route to Tessa ot ran Both day night tralna are equipped with t Free Chair Cars also Parlor Cafe br Sleepers at night Write ns where are going when will leare sad we what yonr ticket what train to take to make the but will aUo acnd W G P and T A St Louis Mo ford sleeping chair cars free of and Illustrat lag new line as seen from car window Tickets ol agents I C R K and connecting liner O P VChicago wo of teitlmonll dis ilee Dr li BOSS l A Grosvenor a D C Idea connected a I in it same bcrbke a of a address these want going Texas via Memphis and Cotton Beltyou enjoy good dinner Parlor Cafe Car price and withdraw 5 the Observation as and comforts as great as Iifl vour home or vour club Ladies will find their comfort provided for I the Ladies Lounging Room will cost you only extra ride day this for half day the and without change and romtorublo Coaches anti Reclining Car lay and Pullman sad tell you and you will tell you will cost soul loosest connection Wo you aalntenstlcglltUo fllriSDPLCPlhZT5 LT2inilhteas iJLUSTLLJntv18eTtI FalTATTTriCl3clui10ti ELUn XTPAtAlttUMiT- aE LaBEAUME CHICADOTO OMAHA 0SCfr5DoubleDaily 4l Service NewllnoTtvKock Dubuque FortcqUbrarysmoklng reclining cars EnRouto the HANSON tJtJ PSYmscovxry gives ntes aod treatment HUHtKTS Pus Excellent great exposition LEADER ItssoCoodi- Ies H Enjoy reasonable Gentlemens smokeyourcigatin pleasant bookletATrlPtoTcxa la 3 or 4Years on IndependeacelsAssiired I f take home In Western Canada tno land of plenty Illtu crated pamphlets rtiint it c 1 experIences of farmers Pr whohavebeeoew- e1tb7gjp44 heatreporti- of delegates elewana full p5 Information aatorednceJ railway rates can be bad on application to the Superintendent of Immigration Department InterlorOttawa Canada or address ube Undersign ed wbo will mall you atlases pampblets etc fre ofeniL F PEULEY tnmugrstioaOUawi Canada or to D L CAVBN Sprtngfleld Otuei IB T HOLMES Indianapolis Use Certain Corn Cure PriceI5c A n KE 1811 k wnex IVRITIXO TO ABVEKTISEKS- Itiae stale that YOU saw the AdTcrtUe DcBt In this papers 55 I1iiGti k P 6 4 0 f r iJ tLM f w OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK i OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO If 4i OWINGSVILLE KY 4 l PER YEAR IN ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENT S i IForAppolldto Judco JbTotho Republicans of the Seventh a Appellate District of Kentucky e I am u candidate for Judge of d f tho Court of Appeals rum thit district subject to your action Electiuu Noccrnbcr HIOO i Rep En C OKRAK THURSDAY MAY 3 WOO THE union laborers of Chicago have boycotted the Dewey eelebia tioii That will not make then f any friend THE two big national political l conventions will be mere formnli I ties nnd the lonst interesting eVa r held from present indications jt Bitmsii sympathizers lire iilo nndut the dynamiting game b They blew up an ammunition fill ttoryin tit Iritnzail recently QUAl WII u Knocked out of the i Somite byn nuijnrity font und 1thy Inv baton llannii lint the net r ion the right side whatever the t l4ITIVe- L 1a uI 4I GEN RorKirre is no such trapper ns the Boer nciiera The British Lt J Imvi been expecting thlt Roberts fOrtUhIcntth a big lot of Boers in 1 nut it W S reported he had 0 a 1fOct forthcM hut till enemy eluded him = =e t4 p THE people are still giving p J watches punch how1Iul such t to Ievey hut say neer a tIhiutabout presenting him with lillnr Thats the great I nlioin giftIIollc seldom 1 get whit they really want f li UMiirrcRucD by the practical t fnilurc of ihe Granger anil Farmers 1 Jf Allinnoc organiziiiions the Knnsus 1 frmt1r are establishing lodges oft ineworder called Knights of the 4 Soil io form a farmers trust to i fclbntroI prices of farm products ia 4 LGov PIXGKCE of Michigan is pinging again as one of his StatesS I papers would say He says the on i ly hope of the nation in tjiis years 1 general election is in the Democrat I ic party Pingrcn has been acting with the Republican party Its 4 hard to tell whether or not Pingrce r t is consciously a demagogue State troops taking part in go Dewey day celebration 1TUEfurnished ball cartridges in ptioll of disorders and at tbo union labor element thuIt So Iiy this time there may be nI tprettyot time in the old town TIIE TJ SX Supreme Court may n 4tkc a view of the contested Ken OffiCes similar to that of that i judge who IlIthihIt takes thirteen men lin this court to rob a nina rind set aside a palpably unjust ver HcTof the jury depriving n liti t gant of his property The Court iMgan consideration of the Guber natorial case April 30th ALLEN D COLE the Maysville j attorney has renounced Democracy 4 and joined the Republican party i A mnn tins to have a deep love for t the true principles of Democracy v to still profess to be n Democrat while nt the same time he hates the scnlawargism in Kentucky that is masquerading as Democracy Tat Democratic party must be I getting in a had way when the a Cbairmun of the Now York Repub i lican convention dares to compare JUSIrbrilliantPany It tumbles through existence With its headlight on behind NXT to France the United f States cut the widest swath at the 4 Paris Exposition The American 1 exhibitors are three times the num i ber of those of any other European nation Tho importance of that fohJectlesson of Americas suprem acy in the manufacturing arts will 4 le appreciated by the Europeans luit the remedy will not be so ap I parent to them Sf IT isnt thnt the Sultnn of Tur key hnsnttue trilling sum of 100 i i 000 but the of 4 rtheGOcrnmentedebtsthatlsktck r ing up the row The Sublime Porte j is on ancient Pistols platform tt Base is the slave that pays and 1 lly if It should pay Uncle Sum winch it would do if it could be done sot i cretly and kept quiet every credit orin Europe would be clamoring 1tfor what is owed him by the Porte r THE Southern people ore pretty r well determined to eliminate the i V negro as a political factor The news is that the Virginia Democrats X i have settled that they will calla convention to make anew constitu Jf tion for the express purpose of ti disfranchising the negroes perhaps h qualtac1 Southern States have alreadync complished the same thing notably andJj1r GEN LEW WALLACE and Mr Ter lre1l1both former U S Ministers to itJ Turkey unite In giving the Sultan c a certificate of good character and 4r f explain the nature of the Armenian mlsigovernment to force 1nri4 payment It seems that the f Kurd n wild tribe sparcely respec Lct ir ting the Sultans authority did the i mischief If our Apache Indians dtstroyed the property of foreign l4 1ersUncle Sam would take bin own l lwayoCmaking restitution or do- nz tiJ nyitig it t t f i 58 e ijS j J t J 1 1iir frloo Si lv t ritIt4 J riAt J i6 4IIr i 1 L 0f 7ti 1 Artt =Z t t r ar v 1 f4 i q 1 Ii i J f rC to r o Tr nr 7on v a tr 1 s te SOMETHING NEWIh addition to the most complete tock of LADIES MISSES MENS and BOYS SHOESEVER KEPT KY I HAVE orClothingDATE STOCK You get new and the latest up to the minute Give mea call before you buy I can surely save you money as my terms are STRICTLY CASH Old StHiul Main Street Shoe Store n HeIIIIlblilltllat113enthiitl tin McKinley It llin1 ibtnit lust week No doubt Mc Kiiiliy will be nominated by accla mation bill thats no fign he will be reiKot l s i easily though there is no indication yet that BryatiHiii will In made let offen bin than in ISHfi = = = =SOMB thousand of Philadelphia school children sent a messenger hoy to Transvaal bearing their incs agof sympathy for the Boers in i ho war litllItl liy it tin Boinl of IMiRiition of Vitulsor Canada are gnill K to start two delegates to Manila hearing similar mcssiige of pvmpalby for Aguinaldo IronS 2SOO school thiidron Thats play fur euro THE Ohio Kopublican convention was undoubtedly Mark llaunas He WIIS the Uig lJim II tIC Kin Icy Phoulil be defoated next fall the blow would kill Ilnniiu yet more unexpected things titan such a do feat have happened time nml again No pnrty can be so entrenched in power nt Washington as to presume it can defy public opinion on new departures like imperialism rlIZ1Y ROOSEVELT made n trip Veston a peculiar miPsion antI lone extraordinary in politiC it being to kill the Vice Presidential boom for himself No doubt there arc Presidential aspirants who would like to cheapen Roosevelt with the nomination arid dispose 0 him before isnt the sort of person tQ play second fiddle now that his ambition is up CAXAHA suspects the lVnians or Bi er sympathizers are doing her mischief because she sent troops to aid tho mother country in her South African war of conquest Ieccntl3 an attempt was made to dynamite the Wclland canal and last week fire practically wipe out the city of Hull opposite Ottawa on tho Ottowa river and did va t damage in the capital city also The total loss inear 20000000 rendering 20000 people homeless IORTO RICASS havent decided that theyare glad to be United States suiijscts since Congress and the Administration treated them ns they did in the matter of a pro tcctive tariff Gov Allen went to San Juan with great pomp his ship being escorted by several wnr shipsbut a crowd of only about 3000 looked on nnd they were no the representative citizens ac a rule No buildings wero decorated nnd no notable enthusiasm wn shown Theres nothing like im perialism I IIm Irish now dIe saved from the idiotic enthusiasm of their newmade English friends who want to dress the Irish regiments in the senseless Highland costume of a short petticoat and no nether underwear about the knees It was nn Irishman who took n trip in n sedan chair with the bottom outas he said not for comfort but mere Iy for the glory of the thing but the kilts will hardly furnish enough glory for the linldyof today to enjoy it to the exclusion of comfort in cold weather or in briars SOUTH TUIJIBLE Speaker of the House of Representatives and pride and pet of tho trueblue Goebelites is going for the 7th district Con J gressional nomination with a meat ax in one hand nnd a cornknife In the other He opened at OWenton and told the boys he left the plow against hifilhes to servo the people and came nigh getting shot nt for he was the man who made Goebel Governor And now fel low you must go to raining hemp so there will be enough rope to hang all the Republicans and when I get to Congress Ill have an appropriation mode to buy the collIns said he in a burst of fine oratory That is what might be called pitching n cam paign on the plane of intelligence befitting Gos Ute Indians or Afri can Bushmen whichever are the lowest in the human scale If the old Ashland district was what it once was it would send hum back to the plow with the admonition to stay there SENATOR TILLIIAN is a clinker He is the most brutally frank man of political prominence in the nn tion today His will power is amaz ing and stranger things have hap pened in the world than that he should become a supreme national influence yet though sorry that day would be He spoke right out in Congress and told how nail why the Democrats in South Carolina suppressed the negro vote lIe spoke lust week at Ann Arbor Uni ersity Michigan and told his Northern audience in the plainest language he could command thntt the negro in politics must go lie said You scratch one of those college graduates who is cottored under the skin and you find the savage lUg education is JSeveralthe room The old oneeyed terror just smiled and paid his respects to the hisser That settled itiio more hisses nor disturbances were heaH He said the whites by force and fraud had taken the South Caroli na elections from the negroes in 1896 and have hold the State ever since We repealed the Fourteenth ndFiftecnth he Vtr r yti tV o tfr CHILDRENS lion liKCCKiNKiiiiiR comes itil his stolen honors easily Ii ftoi PrnJt whom tin people of ICuii tncky rlteted Attorney General i disgiiftfd and probably didnt have the money t spare to continue the light for his rights so he let the el1 t3t go by default and Ureck inridge steps in lireckinridgc was well enough roared ami is old enough to know better and he will forever be Initiated by the consci ousiHSS of having peeurcd nil tattle 0 by methods that tare destructive of tlc plainest human riuhls ns well as of a vital principle of a republi can form of government TOM PETTIT hilt practically con fessed tile correctness of the charges isimle against hint years ago that he left tht Democratic party and joined the Populists because he couldnt get olllce as a Democrat just as he would like lie mot last week with n lot of other political adventurers anti held what they were pleased to tzillat Kentucky State Populist convention instruct ing delegates to support Bryan at the Sioux City national convention of the Uutler Weaver wing of tho Populist party A person cant bo Democrat and a lopulist at the same time they Ire as in compatible as day and night by very nature antithetical to each 0 ii e entlui siastic Socialist of Toledo Ohio is reported to have concluded that fMefriulistic exjeriment in his own bu sincss having discovered through giving his employes a share of till profits of his business over and above their wages that some were worthy of it and some were not sonic being zealous and others in different sonic industrious lint others indolent some bright and others dull where the incentive t their best endeavors was held out to them Its no new discovery hut is tho 8inio old fact of human nature that makes socialism an iri thrceut dream impossible of ful filluient Sherburno Hclnycil Harry Cecil is convalescing James Ioutt colored is very ill Elliott Colliver of Carlisle is the guest of his parents hitil weeks Mr Myers of Sharpsburg pur chased the following crops of to bacco in this vicinity last week TV H Reeds nt 9c T W Danghcrty and tenants two crops nt SAc Licking Union E W McKinncy was in Owings yule Monday Thursduylooking GT Abbott bought a cow and calf last week for 35 Charlie Jones of Frenchburg t moved his family here last week Mrs Libbie Abbott is visiting relatives in Rowan Co this week rT J Jcnning caught n 25poun- qhishi I in Licking river last week They will move the lumber mill from this place to Heaver Creek Monday Elder Henry Adams failed to fill his appointment at the Christian Church Sunday Grange City There have been several cases of the grip here Dr W O Phillips went to Ow ingsville Saturday Miss Lcona Phelps is visiting rel ntives near Sherburne A Sunda gfhool convention will be held here June 9th Sanford Crouch left last week en route to Baltimore Md Miss Addie Newman visited rel atives in Flemingsburg last week Arthur Waller and wife of Sulphur Springs vicinity visited at R R Waltons last week Fant Johnson came in from Lex ington Wednesday to visit his parents who have been quite sick with la grippe East Fork of Flat Crook There Intro been a few acres of corn planted here Mrs Park Perkins and daughter Miss Lizzie are dangerously ill with consumption I am reliably informed that Dr A W Jones of Odessa called toI see 44 patients all in one day 11tI week 40 out of that number had he influenza The Dr rode three horses The Odessa correspondent seems o be struck on the lampwick bus iness It is now presumed that he go to gathering up all the old ints he can find from which toawicks I hope ho will not gel turned down on the business Died April 25th Harrison An tlcrson aged 70 years intermento in the Woodard leaves two children to mourn his death Mrs Wiu Stephens and her brother John Tolliver brother of w- eceased is 78 years old and the g only survivor of that family r V f 2 tr HaTs RirnishiDg Goods and MofioDs everything JAMES G1LLON Gillons IBOIbutTcddy tobaccogrowers amendmentssaid MAToRJ0NthiOwljloW CORRESPONDENCE downt 01Uplcr Prickly Ash P Hamilton WIS in Mt IIIJallll Sail a rihzty on business K Shrout and sun All were in Mt Sterling Saturday K S Hamilton solda atdt marl to Sam Lath ram for rS5 K L Stone was in Nicholas Co Friday and Saturday on biisinurs- Almanzn SInn visited relatives in Montgomery Co first of the week Will Iledrick and wife visited John I led rich and family near Suit Lick last week Riley Chandler and wife visited their son U car and wife in Ow ingsvillc Sunday Morton Harper of Farmers vi ited his parents Mr and Mrs Dan iel Harper Sunday Mrs II A Lyter visited Thomas Ryan and familyat Ueynoldsviile Friday and Saturday Almanzo Stone sold u fhort rear ling steer to Junes Peters for 4 IS aunt a fat heifer to O C Harris for 123 Hillsboro E D Harrison of Morebond was here Monday and Tuesday Sans F Shields iable to bo out again after seven weeks of confine meat with fever UfHJ W Gardiner attended the funeral of his mot tier at Uoyd ha r rison county last week Mrs Mota Fans and Mrs Scott Moody attended the funeral of the formers husband at Owingsville Tuesday A horse driven by Mrs Luther Hawkins rat olF with her Saturday evening threw her out and bruised her very much Mrs Allen Jei ri tag didlit hero home near here Saturday after long illness Interment in the huh s boro cemetery Sunday The barn antI crib of Lewis Hunter were burned down Sunday about noon The tire wits caused by Mr Hunters two grandsons nnd Owen and Hunter Clark and Ha mond Denton hcro playing ill the barn with matches TIH barn was soon a complete loss and there was no insurance Wyoming Miss Annie HutehfFon U Miss Jessie Atchisoi 11 Diy nnd fuuiiyi in in Morgan Co this utc5 Dr W O Phillips usi lnV father Dr W K Phillip iur tine W T Llthram and IntuilSed their old homo on Nay one tiny this week Mrs C W Honakcr nnd iluugh ter Miss Lucy visited Mrs J k Tcm pieman one day this week We are needing rain very much Seems as if we were going to have a dry spell from all indications There was no school three days this week on account of the illness of the teacher Miss Lida Tipton Oscar Conycrs and fnmiland Mrs Walter Gray of near Plot n ingsburg vre visiting friends and relatives hero Saturday and Sunday We have just hoard of Will Paris death and extend our sym pathy to the bereaved family While I presume it was no surprise yet death is always sad but sure W S Estill had n letter this week from his son Robert who is lit the Hot Springs under medical treatment stating that ho was dong nicely and would be at homo in a few weeks Flat CreeK John Mclvinnevau is very sick Will Young left last wcek for parts unknown Mrs Wm Rice ia visiting inCin Cincinnati this week Mrs S A Daugherty of Prickly Ash is visiting friends here Some people nevo think what they say until it is too late Wm Roberts sold a fine bugg mare to Elbert Dawson for 70 Mrs Joe Kerns visited her par cuts here several days lust week Elder Parker will preach nt Fas setts schoolhouse next Sunday James Steele who has been dangerously ill for some time is better H F Parker told a cow recently to 0 C Harris of Owingsville for 35 The ninny friends of Miss Luve nia Jones are sorry to note that she is no better Daily Williamson and wife ofIPrickly Ash visited friends near Judy last week Mrs Ora Alartt was called Sunday to the bedside of hr parents who are very sick Horn April 23d 1to Robt Shields nd wife u son April 24th to Waito Roberts and wifn sontWalter Copher one of our most J- opular young dudes was calling n the fair sox Sunday eve The Sundayschool at Pleasant Volley is progressing nicelyand e hope it will continue so for n ood Sundayschool is what wo need at that place C vc Crooks Sam Hughes stilt pome hogs to Johnnie Johnson at 4 und bought plrjIetlartin Hart antl Colo Barnes from Virginia Clayton lowellatid P JoWl ii were here last week on business The sick arc no better Undo Shelby Carpenter is very poorly The cornplanter can bo heard in almost every hollow here this week Fire got out on Fritz Carmicha els place last week and burnt upj about SO panels of fence Tobacco plants in this section are small for the time of year but a largo crop of tho weed will be ct tivated around here Mrs Ella Hamilton and children of Montgomery county visited Ii brother Worth Goodpaster and family near here lust week Mooros Ferry Elder B II Ross will preach at Hcdricks next Sunday Miss Dollic Reovesof Waco Nc braska is visiting relatives here John W hobbs age 87 died on April 21th and was buried at lIed ricks next day L T McLaughlin nnd daughter Miss Bertha of Iland visit relatives here Saturday anti Sit day Wm SUtton and wife of S Lick visited their daughter W R Razor Saturday night at Sunday Geo W Shrout of west of Ow ingsville visited his mother Mrs Anna Shrout Wednesday night oP last week Mrs Parthena Shrout widow of Dudley Shrout diet April 28th and was buried nt Fairview in Fleming county Sunday Mrs Alvtri Hart anal daughter Miss EIvu of Rues Run iMBed the formers sister Mrs Ant Shrout Sunday Reuben McLuin Uncle Jiuimie McLnin Mrs J O AtchUon Yi lit Flood Nora Flood and Clyde Shrout Url niloat Ihfick li There is siiircilyji family liutEonie latent her of it is down tick and there are nut enough welj people to wait on the sick CraigsKWe are netiling rain very badly Mrs Sum Shultz has 1C5J your chickens There eettri to be an epidemic of maddogs urouiul here Eil Vurren ami family of Lt k lug Valley visited the family of George Garner Saturday night juul Sunday John Tiucher wife and little thnighter of Prickly A hwcre guests of the family of Will Craig Sunday Leslie Snedegar of near Jud came home Saturday to see his mother He found her very much improved Gardens are coming up well sweet potatoes and tomatoes read y to set out but too cold to put them out tutu Wright and family of Lick lnK Valley were guests of Chris Garner and wife Saturday night and Sunday James Toy wife anti children Orville and Minnie of near Wyoming were guests of tho famijy- ot Sam Shultz Sunday Mrs Minerva Shultz of Roes Run is at the bedside of Mrs George Garner who is very poorly with la grippe Dr Frank Wells is attending physicianOdessa II A Pete Ourslcr visited at J T Gudgclis several days lust week C G Whaley has been on the sick list for the past week but is better now Jimniie Muxey eldest son of J C Maxey has double pneumonia and is quito poorly W B Gudgell J B Darnell ariaI Thins S Stephens are all very poorly with influenza Ed Hart and wife visited tho hitters parents on Nay lor Satur day night and Sunday Mrs W B Gudgell took a re lapse with influenza and ia quite poorly with pneumonia Miss Hmo Jones of Whistle Fork was u guest of Miss Annie Bailey Saturday right and Sunday Miss Fannie Hamilton of Prickly Ash was the guest of friends and relatives here several lays last week A little child ofT J Bailey and- Swife of Forge Hill was buried at the old lower White Ouk graveyard Thursday A T Jones wife and children f Prickly Ash were the guests of ofhe formers mother Mrs Ruth ones here Saturday night and tindayoIsaac V Jones went to Lexington Friday he says to see his cousins J L Darnell II B Antler son and J R Jones but now Ike honor bright wasnt there some stronger attraction t i Bro ll F Parker preached U White Oak Sunday Mrs Amanda Kerns lost by death the only cow site had last Wednesday supposed the cause was from eating red clover though the clover Wilt short and it was after 11 oclock a rut when she went on the clover and was driven out at once anti was dent in less titan an hour J B Jones sortie weeks ago re ceived n very interesting letter typewritten from hiold friend Win K Estill who is now in tilt typeWriting business in Nebraska He makes 103113 inquiries of his comrades nut members uf the Izank Walton club Jt wits a very lengthy letter and all who have seen it pronounce it the cleanest 11and mot complete piece cf type work they ever saw erBotholBob Wilson wife otto baby left Sunday to visit his brother ne Millersburg Rev A P Jones and family left Friday for Mt Cannel where he preached the fifth Sunday Mrs Margaret Baker is on the sick list Miss Kiln Dicken is im proving a little G W Wilson Riot so well Dr Judy and wife spent several DrritonlitIIiss Hattie Lancaster left Tues WIISsir J D Davis and wife Miss Hattie willmake n protracted visit to her aunt Mrs John Davis nco Miss Margaret Lancaster West End Our emigrant party we spoke of last week Suadayed in Louisville fames Kendall paid us a pleasant visit title day last week Come again Jim IHIFihing has Imrn very poor this season There is a prospect for a line frog crop ilWe did not attend the show The admittance was 25 cents and twe didnt have butt 15 cents Last Wednesday at 12 oclock John lents welling Uldout houses all burned No insurance We know the birds will take up a small part of your corn but if II restart to poison ami shooting themI consequencesKai rig raua r is no better Master Kid Clayton is convalescent G W Roburson is dangerously ill Cecil Youngs wife is better MM Harry Coyle is no better Forest fires are ragingon the west side of Salt Lick from Olym pian Springs on the south to the Elk Lick road on the north It may interest the sportsmen to know that we have more partridges left beforeyCourt is coming on and as majority of this end of the county will attend just step in and do is you have promised me subscribe for TUE OUTLOOK There are just 21 of you have made me that promise Oh I believe you will do what you say you will 1 am just giving you a reminder The Goebclites are jubilant hero They say the Republican party i 5 certainly doomed Republicans these are the same taco you worked shoulder to shoulder with last year to help defeat your county ticket when our defeated standard bearer smilingly remarked it all right boys Our beloved State is safe Little did he think titer unscrupulous enough to defeat the will of the people Knob Lick Cool nights some frost last week Corn planting has commenced in earnest Needing rain oats and young grass are suffering J B Cassity of Ewington was here Monday on business There is the largest bloom on the fruit trees that has been for years Bro Moore preached lucre Sunday lIe will preach here again tho 2d Sunday in 31IThe Mormon elders have been preaching here for several nights There ore a few who attend their meetings some through curiosity t others to hear n new way or a shortcut t to heaven and in accordance with their teachings any other religion than the Mormon faith takes you n short route to that other clime where there are very few wishing to go Tho idea is that the human race past present nnd in the future are lost by not em racing their creed as they are the only true church as revealed to Jo mithgThere is a call by the Populist State Chairman fur a conference at Cincinnati of all reformers and del egates to the convention on the 9th May Every Populist and noSformer should attend as the as come when independent action to tonlyinjustice that has been heaped upon them There is little difference between the two old parties on the a money question They by their actions and wouldbe actions are robbing the people by legalized 4 i a n 4r robbery through the redemption theory anti national banks Doesnt Bryan the crownwearer rind eros i bearer of the Democratic party today favor redemption money ti licensing of trusts Just what trusts and monopoly want What tho American people need and what the American people must have is not a change of robbers but an end of robbery Stepstono We need rain and need H badly Miss Hargis Montjoy of Ewing ton is visiting her sister Mrs B F Myers Jr Ohio Hickerson of Mt Sterling was lucre visiting his undo J R Conner Thursday Miss Olga Moore and sister of Owingsville wero guests of Mrs II C Meat Sunday Mrs Dr Tribou of Owingsville was the guest of her sister Mr IrII C Mend Sunday J II Wood of Mt Sterling was here Thursday checking up the Adams Express office Misses Redman anti Phillips of Men fee Co were the guests of Mrs C A Ragan here Wednesday isof last week Rev Green wa lc arrived hot Wednesday afternoon to open protracted meeting in SirgarGroi schoolhouse Mrs J D Turley d daughter of Preston arrived here Friday on a few days visit to Mr Te father II M Turley O II Wood who was here visit ing and in attendance upon his wife left Saturday for Lebanon Ind for a few days on business SligarGrOegood attendance and good sermons by Rev Grecnwnde No joiners so furMiss Minnie North who has been visiting her uncle Isaac Karrick and family for several weeks returned home to Salt Lick Wednes day morning John Furman our log hauler left Wednesday with his team for Mt Sterling where he has several houses to move which will1au1 him some time Mrs Iis Ropa wife of section master Koss of Thomson returned hume Wednesday afternoon uftet larenther5 R M Crouch of Marion Ind and Miss Lathe Ingritn of Olym pill Ky were guests of Mrs HC Mead from Fridayuntil Sunday when Mr Crouch left fur hume Miss Lottie is still here Miss Rosi KarrSck gave a socia ble in honor of tier cousin Miss Isitinghercrowd of flung folks were there and a good time generally was had by all W G Moore left here Monday for Owingsville on his way ton Farmers where lie will go into the meat and notion business for the summer Luck go with him even if ho does get married to tho widow out there Ocr SICKJat L Williams is improvingslowly Robt Ragan is no better ifas well Harrison Alexander is very bud Mrs S P Steele is no better Mrs O II Wood is improving but very slowly Mrs A W Donohew is better Frank Hodge and bride nee Miss Mazclla Carmichael daughter ofT D Carmichael of Salt Wells whom he married Tuesday in Ow ingsville left hero Tuesday afternoon to take in the show at Mt Sterling and from there they will go to the lower part of Clark Co where they with make their future home Much joy and happiness is our wish to them South Side Isaac Craig lost one of his best horsesEverybody nnd the cook attendee the circus at Salt Lick Good show for the money The roads around hero are get ting in very good shape ifwe dont have any more bad weather Some fellow said tho other day that we would have some pretty weather now since the sun had crossed the creator lineIZach Sexton has took a contract to carry the mail from Frenchburg Olympia beginning tho first of July superseding Charlie Jackson The weather seems to bo settled again and the women who have hud their new bonnets laid away for some time will have a chance to wear themfLast week the weather was so beautiful we could scarcely think f anything save Spring is here entle Annie the time for showers and flowers etc The maddog scare spread like wildfire Any dog especially if it as a bad rep Is in danger outh Side can discount any place its size for dogs and not a sheep or be seen When Mr Bryan gave his unIqualified indorsement to Co nd Beckhajn he placed a marked impediment in his favorite speechh about government consent of the governed lrri r J 1g44 rmt S Tom Staten whabatches alono on the bunk of the creek says spring Las come and we wont hnvo any more winter that ho heard the frogs croaking the other night springlikedays r the farmers and they are pushing their work Tho song of the jolly plowboy can be heard from sunrise ltill dark Three sawmills shut down right here on a ceo tint of scarcity ofiihands This time four years ago 1 all public works were shut down fnnd the hand were going in droves to the public soupbouses 1 organtetribe suffers immensely Mr Ed itor bring the force mit and well go fishing Ill have the worms dug and saturated with assafitity Strange isnt it that after thout rminds of voters were intimidated by the militia and the city of Louis yule thrown out they couldnt find a person that bad been prevented rfrom voting for Goebel but on J the other hand four Goebelites were convicted for ten years sen fXtenco and 5000 fine each for in timidation and corruption Z p A G Armitage entertained his L many friends for several hours ex Jcleetellbeing a starfish bo caught in tho Atlantic ocean The fish is in ton Sshape of a star and has as many Z mouths according Garnet says he liked Cuba splendidly and thinks he will go back soon He showed us an honorable discharge with character excellent South Side has the newest tiling in jag cures When the hubby J keepinglaterethe wife of his bosom who escorts andea tstick of stove wood One applica i lion bring relief and two effect n permanent cure The process is adoptedinGossiping seems to be the order I of the duty Gossip has made many a hell on earth Gossip has parted phasacters of many girls Gossip has parted many lovers who would havo bees happy had it not been for ir One litttle misstep or indiscretion will cause gossip to arise with new strength and start on her mission tier did we say Weoughtnotto for we move male gossipers and as a rule they are ten times as yen omous us a female though hard to believe by some people A good healthy gossiper either religious or a sinner is about as mean and low r aIIml dangerous us the meanest timingon earth and should be class a ed with the brute species Justus Goebel of Cincinnati tl e new uncrowned king of Ket vStucky Insisted when the reward billwas pending that the avengers propo id to Hang the usurper meaning Gov Taylor The man who was robbed of thousands of irvotes which every Gcebeiteknowa time isnt a lunatic ocd then It- Stcehuld the Governor by 25UL s pluiruhitystigmatizedas ut usurp er nnd a corruption fund of i 100000 hung up to send hunt to the gallows What a travesty on justice in Kentucky The hen est peope either Republicans or Democrats should remember that on Novrmber 7th 1890 the whoio Republican State ticket was fleeted dulyinstallad I lave just as much right to those olllces now as any man has to tho property of another man The Legislature and courts rainy have the power to give the Goebelite usurpers a legal title but it is not in the power of men to give them a just title On hearing West End was sick we went down to see him and wero glad to find that be had recoveredtfrom a severe spell of neuralgia c and rheumatism which be contrac ted by working so much on tht bank of the creek at his mill H had just returned with two nic strings of fish and he gave us a feast fit for a king Ben is an ex cellent cook besides be has twenty Q acres of potatoes planted and on ions large enough to eat He ia also deeply engaged in the poultry business having some twenty or thirty hens hatching and says all fvhe needs now is some one to gather lip the eggs set the hens and cut stovowood while ho does the cook J lag etc and Ben says he aint like tone of the boys that cant finder Ben is an eloquent and entertain ing conversationalist and when it is necessary he can make s stwaji speech He is greatly incensed over tho way the press has treated the mountain people and says that he thinks this government would be safe in either the National Demo c craticBrownorRopublican hands tt and those alone He is strongly in favor of adopting new platform for the year and a good one it IP t Ho favors honesty in politics in tegrity in business and purity in boKie He is opposed to shams in jreligion insincerity in friendship and hypocrisy in till things and Iidetests gambling cardplaying Ito wearing murdering carrying con oaled weapons drinking j faultfinding backbiters kickers grumblers and longtongued tat tiers and gossippers that would try to slander the character of some nice girl Ben never let us go to sleep until after sunrise the next morning SCUT I For a Good Shave J FIRSTCLASS HAIRCUT OB J SHAMPOO ao TO TIlE Parlor Barber Shop n cellar under Owingsvillo Banking Special attention paid to clean ing and trimming ladies und chil sirdrens hair Work one at your c bouse if desired ROBERT JOHNSON j