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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 7 tf l rfii J t F WI L j 4 l jVJT 1ItltL7 t f y r HV I J Id 0V 7 tJL I riiiIii1I 4 1- 5 K jlI w JI i miPillr 1uttook t 0 r 1ii 1 r r ot arJ i r 1 VOL XX I OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 17 1900 NO43 0 51r When you have a news item or wish to communi cate with Tin OUTJotJ1 ofllcc by phone up 57 You can get all kinds Sweet Po tuto plants at Perry Brothers f Baled buy for sale by PATTEKPON Sc CATLKTT The Republican State convention meets in Louisville Thursday iTGo to Mrs Estills for Lace Poles Brackets etc The earth seldom gets na dry nnd duet in the spring as it is now Dont fail to get your Sweet Po tate plants front 4Pinar BROTHER Monday and Tuesday were pret ty good samples of summer weather Red Yellow and White Sweet Potato Plnnts at Brother tt Good pasters Alf Williams of Craigs has hnd his pension increased from 12 to 17 per month E C PERRY Dentist located over 7 M Richnrts store Office hours 8 to 12 n m 1 to 5 p m Frank Hendnx of Sherburne line been granted Federal pension of G per month Dont buy your Sweet Potato Plants until you see our fine beds of all kinds at n low price PERRY k BROTHER Born Friday night to Mr and Mrs David Stamper near Reys noldsvillc n son See the bargains in lawns and dimities that Iam offering I know I can please you Sins D S ESTILL D N Young has put up a sub Btantial awning in front of his saloon on Jefferson street I will give an icecream and strawberry supper Thursday evening of Your patronage is solicited MRS EUILY BKIDUDCY WmPeed of GruSf Lick Mont j gomery county bithod his pen tion Increased to 17 per month FOR RESTr250 acres or wood S j land and old fields for pasture laFlins water wnd good fence around it Apply to- EPSE Ucs JJBOS Co There is n hit v inls tire still raging in the hills nuth nf the riii- lniLflIinpiit c Il tJ5 f Get prices on the thnn pion Mowers nnd Malta Double Sloel Plow and Cultivators at Eugene Minihans 41 tf 0rear carried Bath Clark and Montgomery The other counties werent reported but Orear will to likely bo the nominee Thats right Brother Good paeter have the finest beds of Sweet Potato Plants this spring they have ever had ton McKinnevan sold a 5year old gray harness horse Monday to j SumKsti11of Wyoming for 85 and one brown gelding to James Day of Fleming Co for 85 My stock of dress goods is new and stylish and I will not be under Fold by anyone Mae D S ESTIIX CncBcn SUPPER The Ladies Aid Society of Peeled Oak Union Church will give an icecream sup per next Saturday night May 19th At same time a quilt made by the members of the Society will be sold Everybody cordially invited FOR IIENTGood blue grass and timothy pasture with plenty last ing water Calves and yearlings 80ct per month cattle 150 per month horses and mules 175 Apply to foreman at the mines ROSE RtN IRON Co Viola Collins the threeyearold daughter of P 0 Collins of be yond Craigs one day last week climbed upon a chair which tiRed and threw her against a sewing machine Jnjcringher head severe ly She it however improving nicely now T S Shront will tell you a new buggy from 35 up or trade for any kind stock or old vehicles He will save you money Plenty to select from dont lose money by not seeing him 404 CUD OF THANKS I wish to ex press my thanks lo the people of Grange City and the surrounding neighbors for the valuable service rendered me during the Ore In saying my dwelling and other proper ty NEWTON Jonsson Grange City Ky Alf OFEK If you want all the news local and foreign a daily and t two weekly papers send us six dol lars and you will receive for one r year The morning Herald of Lex fIiigton The Kentucky Stock Farm and THE Ocrtoos GOOD BBEAD Mrs BF Shrout TIIEjOCTLOOKabakery and brought in a loaf yeast bread as a sample of her skill It was on excellent quality of bakers bread and showed that her family doesnt have to put up with the soggy Bodacharged biscuit and the iaiipid saltrisinglightbread i b i c 2 f Jrr1Tl J l lM rOr l It r rftttJf 1 11II t rY1r ti1ffa K i 4rlr i l f j f olj t I ozA t JlfijiG i FOR THE LADIES Neat Nobby New is the line ofSILKS DIMITIES PIQUES ORGANDIES AND EVERYTHING IN WASH FABRIOS MISS OLCA MOORE- An experienced Dressmaker has charge of this department and will take pleasure in showing you how to make them up in the newest styles FOR THE MEN Our completeWeWE LEAD IN CARPETS RUGS AND LACE CURTAINS COODPASTER COONS c COMPANY OWINCSVILLE KY The famous lied Bermuda Sweet Potato Plants just right to transplant at Brother Goodpasters May 17 1900 The ladies or the M K Church will give n strawberry supper next Tuesday evening in the Courthouse yard- DIEDRobert Ragun died orh consumption Monday night while on n visit to his motherinlaw Mrs J M Steele nt Olympia His wife was a daughter of Burrill Wilson deceased The bodywits of token to deceaseds home at Step alone for burial Tuesdayt If you have never had one of the 3 S Browns colts consult of parties that have for size style and action DaGWCoEn WEDDING It was reported to TUB OutLooK that Dr Almanza Stone of Upper Prickly Ash und Miss Delia Harmon of Sunset Fleming Co would be wedded Wednesday May ICth Miss liar non is a sister of Mrs W W Case of near town Particulars the wedding will be given next week Why ie it that one of the get of G S Brown sold in the fall of 1S99 M for 2SO when eo many hor IF bred byother Ftallinns soul for less than 100 Simply because time get of I Brown have the size style and shape Du G W COSXEU W GRAGK CITYS FmnnFire brnke alt Friday morning from a ddccz live flue in ICewtiiii Inlmsons dry gUilds stnr tit Grange Cityarid cpriul tn Siiupenn R XIHvntanc ilhigstore liuiniii Lulu vrfillCI ngbting by tie people kept the tire from other adjacent Imildings JnhnaonV loss Wit s 7500 with 1900 inuraie Newmnitns 2000 with 1000 insurance Other prop erty vms damaged Messrs John on and Uewnmn are very thankful Y all who assisted them in Onhting Q the fire Do I keep hats Well no not very long for our stock is so pretty of and prices so low that the ladies carry them off quickly Call on ush Everything new Mns ESTILL Counr DTMondnsWIlS n warm day und the streets wero very lusty The early drouth has caused stock water to fail and has retarded the growth of the grass hence the I hundred head of cattle offered and mostly sold were off about two dol lIars per head Several horsebuyers from a distance were here but they failed to tind the better grade of horses they were looking for nlya few mules were offered The merchants generally had a satisfactory trade the crowd in town being of fair size The noted stallion J S Brown will make the season of 1900 at the frame barn on upper Prickly Ash The get of this horse bring the biggest prices You will wake no mistake if you breed to this cele brated stallion DR G W COXNEB RESCUED His FAMILY THE OUT LOOK made mention recet4lyof a flying squirrel that made her nest in R wardrobe in an upstairs room of J M Rieharts residence and when found by the family was bringing up in the way theyshould go three young flyingsquirrels Mr Rs folks prepared a box for the mother squirrel and little ones and took a great interest in the welfare of their pets who seemed verycontented and permitted themselves to be fondled freely A porI Lion had been cut out of the top of their box homo and covered with wire netting for ventilation The netting was used as n door lorI feeding them and was fastened down with a hairpin for staple The young ones had become full grown One night last week the father squirrel who had evidently been a regular visitor to his family through the same means of ingress and egress to the room used by the mother squirrel before she was dis covered came and opened the box and departed with his wife and children for parts unknown He came back one or two evenings af terwards and was seen by the serv ant girl running around in the yard and acting as if he had received blow She took him up stairs and placed him in the box He seemed addled for a while but soon came to himself and was turned loose the same night to go and rejoin family i w jr81 i f t ji r J 4 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAUKET By George R Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CoMuy 11 1900Time greater portion of tobacco offered this week was poor and continues to be largely made up of soft and reviewed tobaccos What few lihde of goodordered tobacco that was offered this week sold at satisfactory prices The common grades of tobacco show n slight improvement this week do pendent however upon the order We do not expect to Ece much change in prices on present stocks tobacco now in market but look forward to much better prices on rcdried tobaccos CIRCUIT COUNT The May term Bulb Circuit Court convened Monday The following compose the grand jury C S Rutliff foreman Harrison Rogers John lied rick Jeff Dawson Jesse Culvert Geo A Peed H A Flood R B Shields Richard Johnson Jack Toy David Bailey J W Bur bridge After the grand jury had been instructed court adjourned until Tuesday The following compose the petit jury J A Williams J M Grain W McKinnevau J W Hall R Clark Renny Horseman Press Jones 0 B Clark W C Hull Lewis Fisher Peter Hurt Ed An dcnon A T that T H Grimes Martin Donaldson John W Hull W Razor Spencer lloyd Joni Kiucaid W W Power c C Ha Robt Clark J A Amltr Riley Chandler he trial of James Artnhage Imirgt d with killintJames Benson uuIu up Tiifsdiiy MtttTniwn TtTll1l1 tJu n sille Ky May 12 lUOOS M P rcill Dear Sir 1 have just received from you 2000 in puxuient of my son J Will Furis policy in the Equitable Life Assuruifcu Cu of N I notice that the check is dated days after the proofs left henn tad as they were sent to Lincoln Co fur completion making a delay 3 days I consider it very prompt payment My brother J W Furis a policy with you in time saute of company and ut his death time policy was paid at once My brother inlaw J W Emmons and myself to took policies with you in the same company on the same day und both G took cash value at maturity which was perfectly satisfactory to us take title opportunity to express my high appreciation of your kindness and friendship during our long acquaintance and wish prosperity for yourself and your most excellent company M D FAKIS REPUBLICAN MASS MECTIGt At n meeting of the Republicans of Batli county held at the Curt house on May 14th 1900 H H Lewis was made Chairman and R Gudgell Secretary The muss meeting assembled for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the 7th Appellate Court District Con vention which is called to meet at Louisa Ky on the 5th day of June 1900 HC Gudgell moved the adop tion of the following resolution 1st Resolved That R Gudgell Dan Harper H C Gudgell W S Gudgell J A Barnes J N Byron Robt Foley Stanton Hamilton J K Jackson J W McGIosson Chas Teal J W Wright Butler Toy J W Snedegar 0 S Rodgers C W Tipton T J Barnes Dr H nILewis B F Piersall Jno McAlis ter Feak Vice Foss Stephens Robt Sharp Wm Wood C G Mc Alister S T Howard W W Curter and fill other good Republicans any other voters who mayattend and who believe in preserving civil liberty to the people of this Com monwealth are hereby appointed delegates from Bath county to said convention R Gudgell offered the following resolution which was unanimously adopted 2d That the said delegates are instructed to cast the vote of Bath county in said convention for Bon E C Orear and employ all honor able means to secure bis nomina tion It wnq resqlved that TDE Ow INGSVILLE OUTLOOK be requested to publish the proceedings of this meeting The said resolutions were unan imouslyadopted und then the convention adjourned 11 IL LEWIS Chairman R GUDQELL Secretary Subscribe for THE ISOUTLOOK t- ti t P Charley Lucas who had been working at Conner Daweons HvI cry stable has secured a position to run a bus from Olympia to Olympian Springs for Lane fc Hn zelrigg meeting each train HeI commenced Monday- WnITECmmoucImTho marriage of Mr Will T White u wellknown brickand stone mason of this city and Mrs Maggie Crouch of Ow ingsville took place at noon yes terday at tho Catholics parsonage Rev W B Ryan oiliciating Attendants Mr Thos L Nunun and Miss Rosa Burke An clement of romance enters into time marriage above mentioned Several years ago whet both parties lived here they were sweethearts the bride then being Miss Maggie Capps They became estranged and she married C B Crouch Crouch died several years after leaving her with two children Iy Her parents moved to Bath county where Mr White tins been located for some time They wet and the old love was renewed with time wedding Monday as the result Winchester Democrat of Tho foregoing wedding took place Monday May llth Mr White anil Mre Crouch were nc coiupiinied to Winchestir thjt morning by Mrs Dr Geo K Tri u a sister of the brides first husliand The btidnlI1rty re of turned here Monday arid Mr und Mrs White engage rooms lit the Conner House Until within time to put few weeks tin bride had been IIburnlnoted for her personal cliarns in her girllnxiil nnd is tillu hand name nnd Itt t men ye young woinnn Mr White is a slcillful wurknmn ut the Fcveml trades of stonemason brickmuFon and plasterer He is n nice quiet gentleman industrious itmit honorable The best wishes are extended to him und his charm- Ing bride To CONFEDERATE VETERANS Brigadier General James M Arnold Newport Ky coinnitinder of the 01 First Brigade Kentucky Division of 56 United Confederate Veterans wrote Commander A W Baecoin of the Patrick R Cloburne Camp U V nil follows 1ComradeHeadquarters First c Bri de will be at No 706 West Jefferson St Louisville Ky Please have your paper publish the foot and request all Confederates from your county to register there and with tho First Brigade- Fraternally J M ARNOLD Brig Gen The reunion promises to bo the greatest gala week over known inII the State The following is self explanatory NEW ORLEANS LA May 5 1900 To Editor OUTLOOK Owingsville KyDear Sir Gen J B Gordon commanding United Confederate Veterans respectfully requests that you will aid the patriotic and benevolent objects of the United Confederate Veterans by publishing immediately in your next issue date Reunion is to take place at Louis ville Kyon May 30th 31st and June lit 2d and 3d Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday and Sunday respectively with editorial notice of the organization or please publish this letter Sunday Juno 3d will be the 92d anniversary of the birth of our beloved ExPresident Jefferson Davis and is set apart for memorial ceremonies to the memory of Mr Davis who was born in Kentucky near by the scene of the Reunion to the peerless Daughter of the Confed racy and to every one of our heroic officers and privates who have gone to join them around thereat White Throne Also to urge ExConfederate Soldiers and Sailors everywhere to form themselves immediately into local associations and apply to these Headquarters by telegram or letter for papers to organize in time to participate in the great Re union to be held at the hospitable city of Louisville Ky and thus unite with their comrades in carry ing out tho laudable and philan thropic efforts of time organization It will bo the largest Reunion ever held and the splendid Reunion Committee have provided comforts pleasures and entertainments for the old Veterans Sponsors Maids of Honor Sons and Daughters of VeteransMilitary Escorts and all T r f i f1 visitors of nIlclasses upon the most magnificent scale ever before attempted Please urge nil Veter aims Sons und Daughters and their families mind friends to attend without fail- Business of the greatest impor tance will demand careful consid oration during time Tenth Annual Reunion such as the best methods of securing impartial history and to enlist each State in the ellUpiluI tion and preservation of the history of her citizen soldiery the benev dent care through State aid or otherwise of disabled destitute or aged veterans und the widows and orphans of our fallen brothersin arms the cure of the graves of our known and unknown dead buried CampsMortonCemetery ut Chicago Johnsons Island Cairo und at nil other points to see that they are annual decorated the headstones pro completelistswith the location of their last restclag places funnelled to their friends and relatives through the our Camps thus mediumI iiauicd from oblivion and handing thiiin down in history to assist the noble Daughters of time Confeder ney to complete the monument to the memory of JiiFcrson Davis President of time Confederate States America und to aid in building monuments to other great lenders soldier and sailors of the Sim1 in uke such changesjn the cciU tit utilill sun bylaws as exporicc iligSfSt j iid other mutter general iritireht Rev B M Palmer D D tr- tJt tIocliiuiflf to miniriteriiil service in tho Army of Tennessee during th o war has consented to deliver the oration at the opening exercises oi Mny 30th Totalnumber of camps now ad tuitted 1261 with applications it fur nearly one hundred more Following is the list of camps b- ytuteSexas 241 South Carolina 131 Georgia 127 Alabama 101 Arkansas 78 Missouri 78 Missis sippi 78 Tennessee 75 Louisiana Kentucky 59 North Carolina Virginia 47 Florida 37 Indian Territory 24 West Virginia 21 e Oklahoma 19 Maryland 12 Cal ifornia 4 New Mexico 3 Illinois 2 Montana 2 District of Columbia Colorado 2 Indiana 1 Massa I Ohio 1 Arizona 1 Very respectfully GEO MOORMAN Adjutant General and Chief of StaffPractical Politics What do you think of a man who would sell his vote for 2 said the indignant citizen It depends on whore he lives aid the coldblooded politician In some parts of the country 2t vote is downright cheapNew York Press I understand said time candi date you have already voted and you never put in a ballot for me Marse Jim replied the cum paign worker I is mighty tired but gimmo de ticket en Ill thow one in fer you fo I leave IAtla- nta Constitution You can at least have the satis action of knowing you stood by your principles You have nothing to take back Thats right answered the can lidato who was packing a traveling bRg I have nothing to take back The people around hero who took my money never give anyebangeI Washington Star You cant get something for nothing in this life said time philosophic man 0 I dont know answered tho practical politician It was only the other day a man told me ho was going to help elect me because ho believed I was on the right side His vote isnt going to cost mu a- centOhio Stato Journal Didnt that politician promise you something He did And didnt you work tooth and nail for him didAnd when you wont to see him he said he could do nothing for you Yes But this man wasnt as bad as the one I worked for before This man let me shake hands nnd act as if I was acquainted with him In fact he seemed so down right sorry to disappoint me that ho had me sympathizing with him before I went away Cleveland PlainDealer Iirl irj tf r- ir PERSONAL W B Corhin of Lexington was here on business Friday Flemingsburg Mrs M A Denton of Elillsboro was in town shopping Friday Emmet Fratman of Lexington- came up Tuesday on business John G Roberts ofMt Sterling was here Tuesday on business Judge C W Goodpaster was in Mt Sterling Friday on business Mrs J M Walton of Poplar Plains was here shopping Tuesday Clark Patterson and Charley Brother were in Mt Sterling Friday Charley Peed and Milton Jones were in Mt Sterling Friday on bus ncssv D Lightfoot of Morehcad isited his family near town first the week Judge John A Ramsey and JJLacy went to Louisville Tuesday afternoon M S Burns of Louisa and Dr Saulsberry of Ashland wore here first of the week A C Whitcomb of Salt Lick was a pleasant caller at this office Tuesday afternoon Cnpt Wm G fearing arid Wm mith of Flemingsburg were in wn Friday on business Editor Jno C Wood of the Mt Sterling Gazette was n pleasantJ aller at this office t f mar Frutman has gone to Mt ling where he has a position the Monarch Milling Corp Osmond F Byron and baby r Wednesday afternoon to join usbund in Washington D C Miss Pearl Campbell one of Carlisles prettiest young ladies is the guest of her sister Mrs C P Mann Misses Ora Hart and Lee Light foot visited tho formers sister Mrs Almanza Byrd in Montgom ry Co Sunday Elder Sherman Paxton and Miss Lucy Warner went to Millersburg Sunday to visit the latters sister Mrs Ernest Gorham Clayton Howell Walker Reid Will Bybee nnd Will Tipton allof Mt Sterling were in town Sunday afternoon with friends Ollie Coons nnd Miss Ohio Harti Sam Estill and Miss Lyda Tipton attended the bonnet show at East Union Nicholas Co Sunday Mr and Mrs N R Patterson nnd Clark Patterson went to Mt Sterling Saturday to visit relatives and friends returning Sunday B W Trimble of the Advocate N H Trimble of Trimble Bros and R A Chiles all of Mt Ster ling were hero on business Friday Joe Goodpaster of Slute Valley returned Monday from a several months stay in Bowling Green jvjjcre be had been attending school Mr and Mrs Jno W Wilson of Montgomery Co were guests of the family of the lattcrs father Wm L Stout Saturday and Sun day Mr and Mrs James Moore son Turner and daughter Ethel conic Sunday to spend the week with their daughters Misses Olga and Lizzie Moore- Visiting attorneys up to Tuesday afternoon were Chas Day More head Col D S Triimbo Bethel J H Williams Frenchburg H R Prowitt C W Nesbitt Mt Ster ling Miss Anna Lou Wilde of Mont ornery Co visited her sister Mrs Robt Coyle near town Sunday Her sister Miss Nettie who had been there some time accompanied her home 4750 Too Mucn The young Congressman run his eye again over the pages of the speech he ex pected to deliver on the morrow He riiudo u trifling alteration or two passed his hand across his brow folded his arms and gazed hard at the typewritten pages bo fore him And nil I get for this kind of work he ruminated with a tinge of bitterness in his toneis 5000 a year Chicago Tribune c OJ J EUCENE MINIHAN MANUFACTURER OF Firstclass Handmade Saddles and Harness AT THE LOWEST PRICES ONE SET OF MY 1 HANDMADE BUCCY HARNESS Wilt wear longer titan two sets of other makes They are safer to p use and look bttter There is no saddle that compares with my KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLES What you pay for Saddles is not as important as what you get for your money Quality reputation material workmanship Is what you get In Ii13 Saddles every time Mail orders for saddles prompt ly filled Largest stock of BUGGY WHIPS and DUSTERS nt a- very low price Como and Ret my prices EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE Ky SAML Pu ATCHISONiiiDRUCCIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCOS CIGARS ETC 1 PAXTON AND DENTON 0 SUCCESSORS TO PAXTON SON UNDERTAKERS dealers in- FURNITURE 1 j r MASONIC BLDG OWINGSVULE PALMER Ie COONS SUCCESSORS TO LIGHTFOOT SHOUT WILL DO YOUR BLACKSMITHINC AND REPAIRING AT ROCKBOTTOM PRICES All Work Guaranteed Give Them a Call CORRESPONDENCE CONTINUED KJtOJI FOURTH PAGE H I isboro- E D Rankin has sold his house and lot to Roe Boyd and will likely move to Covington J V Campbelland wife returned home to Georgetown Ohio Satur day after a few days stay at O B Dentons Mrs E E Yates of Kansas City Mo visited her father Judge J W Cran and other friends and reIn lives here this week Kirt Hall son of Wm Hall of this place was buried at the Flew ingsburg cemetery last week He died in the U S army on a transport a while going to Manila last December and his remains wore shipped back hero for interment Upper Prickly Ash Harrison Swetnam is lying at the point of death at this writing Hums Tuckett sold an aged mare to Elder B T D Zimmerman for 130 B F Shrout sold 20 head of cattle to Sam Lathram at 30 per hendtHenry Mann of Carlisle visited bis suns Gus and John Edgar last weekDaniel and Charles Harper were at Sbarpsburg Saturday on bus iness There will be a Sundayschool organized nt Harp rs schoolhouse next Sunday James Kendall of South Side visitedrelatives In this community first of the week W J Stone of near Carlisle visited his brother R L Stone Fridayand Saturday Aunt Surah Crouch is quite poorly at the home of her daughter Mrs Nathaniel Markland Mrs Joseph Spencer of Roes Run visited her sister Mrs Thom as P Honaker one day last week Morton Harper of Farmers vis Red his parents Mr and llrsI Daniel Harper Sunday and Mon duyIJames Clark sold 11 head of long yearling cattle to Sam Lathru in at 27 per head and one weanling mule for 50 Thomas B Hamilton of near Mt Sterling visited his grand mother Mrs Frances Hamilton Friday and Saturday Miss Arizona Bristow of Jessa mine Co came last Thursday to make a visit to her aunt Mrs I M Shrout and other relatives in thO county Died on last Thursday May 10th near Roynoldsville Silver little daughter of Mr and Mrs J T Coyle of abscess of the lungs 3CV used was abut two anda half years old and was noted for her beauty and lovable disposition She was the idol of her parents Tho family have the condolences of the entire community in their sad bereavement but they can console themselves with that pre cious thought that their loss will be Heavens gai- nLouisville Daily Evening Post and The Outlook sent to tny address one year 385 c JINodied and thinking ot having a cheap ride jumped on his back Ho had not gone far when the donkey started kicking and jumping about so much that he got his hoof hung t up in one of the stirrups ShureJsaid Pat if youre going to get on Im going to get olLEL f THE KIND THAT PYsIf yon r toot your little tooter and then lay Y aside your horn theres not n soul qlin 10 short days will know that you ale born Time man who gath era pumpkins is the man who plows all day and the man who keeps 8 humping is the man who makes it pay The man who advertises with r short and sudden jerk is the man who blames the editor because it F didnt work The man who gets the business has a strong and k steady pull and keeps the local t paper from year to year quite full He plans his advertisements in a thoughtful honest way and keeps forever at it until he makes it pay ifJwithstamllike the man of Scripture has hisobusiness on a roclrEx COULDNT CATCH OsA German girl was the victim of a hoax J one evening last week Heres a t puzzle for you to workout said a friend of hers handing over a sup of paper on which appeared the irfollowing which she said be translated into a complete B B B it B sentenceiDEWy 62J91S iO 5H8632 173550 I3IUURGKK CDEES3 The Germantown girl puzzled upWhyIt reads Sigsbee sent Dewey some rtlimburger cheese Yee said the victim as she scanned the lines lagain but wheres the sent L In the limburger cheese was the reply The girl who had been caught determined to have her re venge The next evtnmg at the dinner table she worked it on her ibrother I give it up he said tWbits the answer Oh easy said the girl It itsflSigsbee gave Dewey some ger cheese Wheres the gave fin kelt the brother In the lim burger cheese And she wondered why nobody saw the jukePhuI adelphia Record C O RAILWAY TIMBCAKD EFFECTIVE OCT 2J 1309 Y Express Trains for Louisville Lexington Cincinnati Washington New York and Eastern ClUes TIKE ov TKJLINH AT PRESTON STATION BASTBOUND NoilNo 22 1153 pm No2iuipmnWESTUOUXD No 21 sxT- anmNo5lilSpmNo 23 319 pm tDally except Sunday All others dally For Information rvgaraing rates sleep4cIng car reservations call on or atfdresi Agent CO Hallway Preston Station GW BABXET CB RTAK- D P A Asst GPA Lexington Xy ClnclDRatlO The Outlooks advertising rate in proportion to its circulation is the lowest of any paper in the State Get our terms and judge for yourself Y tt s f 4 1 2HI OwlilUsyilloOlltlook OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO TubU she IOW1NGSVILLE KENTUCKY SONG OF THE PLODDER God gave my rival Rifts that I Ala must do without On wine of genius he may fly While I must plod about The ends for which I toll so Ion t lie might with case achieve But there are cravings that arc Mrong i And ways men cannot leave Beside his talents mine are poor While he might oal my way Jlust always be the slow and sure dayIht1ouhl And win the prize I crave But wine and Idleness are gou4 And Tolls a sober knave od gave him gUts that I have not 1Thatwhich In patient ways UIS of toiling I have wroOght might have done In days achieve no nudden height win swift glory herto tHeI can curb ray appetite can rrsrvfreE KIscr In Chicago Tlmc IUr 10 t A stirring Story I 1ry LiJe in mc I ICcpyrifht iSflo by K Tennyson Ntely I CHAPTKK XICoTIctctI Late that afternoon just after the arious trunks and boxes of the Frosts that were to go by the transport were I wicked and ready anti Mrs Frost look ing stronger at last though still hag ile almost ethereal was returning from drive with one of her friends the at 4 tention of the two ladieb was drawn to n 4 crowd gathering rapidly on the sielei vrnlk not far from the Baldwin There wits no shouting no commotion nothing but the idle curiosity of men r nud boys for a oung ioldier j haiul tome slender darkeyed darkcom plexioned fellow of 21 or 22 liil been arrested by n patrol mill there they stood the sergeant anti his two sol diers fully armed and equipped tilt hapless captive with his arms half tilled with bundles and over the heads of the little throng the ladies could see- that he was pleading rurncMly with his captor and that the iergeant ithough looldugsyznatimetie and far f front unkind was shaking his head Mrs Frost listless and a little fatigued Imil witnessed too many such scenes in former clays of jjarriton life to take any t interest in the proceeding How btnpid these people art she irritably i exclaimed running like mad and blockading the streets to 5cc n soldier jtrrcMed for absence from camp with out a pass Shant we drive on- t Ob just one moment plcnse Mrs I rot He has touch n nice feeta gen tlemans face nnd hefcccmsfo troubled IDo look nt it t4Langtiitllv and with something very a pout Mr Frost turned her face ngain toward the sidewalk but by this time the sergeant had linked on arm in that of the young soldier and had led him a pace or two away to that his buck was iow toward the carriUgc He was still pleading mid the crowd haO bffjunto back him up and was ex postulating too Awe take kith wliere lit tuvs bcr grunt anti let him prove it p Dont Lie harU on him man If hes taking care of if sick friend givem a thnncc b Then tile sergeant tried to explain mailers I cant help myself gentle men said he orders ure orders nail i are to find this recruit and fetch eblmbark to camp He two days over lime ROW I tOhI wish knewMvhat it meant azomtsIy exclaimed Mrs Frosts com hemmecdahelp7TlmenfThere goes Col C tll ace what nmiff and o poke n tall man in tbc fatigue uniform of an ofliccr of in Tfantr shouldered his way through the crowd end reached the bluecoated S 1 quartette in the center lp went the i hands to the shouldered rifles in salute Sand the young soldier the cnutc of the 7gathering which the police were now vhirl11mmcklyanilCsomething suspiciously like tears in his fine dark eyes was seen to be eagerly speaking to the veteran officer There was a brief colloquy and then the colonel said something to time ser geant at which the crowd set up a cheer V1Thcsergeant looked pleased theyoung a j soldier most grateful and away went the four along the sidewalk many of j the throng following I And then the colonel caught sight of the ladies in the carriage saw that one was signaling eagerly and heard his r unme called Hastening to their side he raised hiicap and smiled a cordial 4greetingOh Im so glad you came colonel inihatyoumigaolI1 beg your pardon Mrs Frost I surely thought you had met Col Croby let me pre Why Nile Whats Are lT quickSoWhere are they taking hinm7 faintly murmured Mrs Frost Try to control yourself said her 4companion Ill tell you in one moment Mearjtlme from without the 4carriage the colonel continued address ing Nitas companion s storyHegmfc desperately ill and out of money that n1lVIi lie got a doctor for him and had been tVnursing him himself Those timings he carried are medicines and wine that the doctor bade him buy All he asks is to take them to his friends roon nUll get ai a nurse then he is ready to go to camp theZfOh thank you fco much Do see that tii the poor fellow isnt punished Well drive right round Perhaps we can do something It is Ued Cross business you know Good afternoon colonel t z19Please tell our driver to follow them Uut to her consternation no sooner had they started than she felt Nitas ijc trembling hand grasping her wrist and turning quickly saw that she was in an almost hysterical condition ts My poor child I had forgotten you were so worn out Ill take you home at oncebut then well miss them en tirely Oh could you 1ear- Oh Ko Sol moaned Xita wring r4LVVingher little hands Take me any 3fo Take me home take me home and promise me not tonot to tell my husband what we taw cV CHAPTER XI For a man ordinarily absorbed in his r own command Col Stanley Armstrong rVV had become all on a sudden deeply en pjtWfied in that of Col Canker The Frost bad been gone ft week via Van VV itr 4 couver tlir expedition only about 16 hours when he appeared at liordonV teat and frankly asked to be told nil that tall KOiithcrncr knewof time oIIt1g soldier Morton now gone from camp for the third and as Arnitlrong Lw lleted the last time Why that young fellas n bawn gentleman drawled Gordon n he of fered the colonel a chair and cigar He was behavin tip top Heady as you pleaw until about a month ago lies only been with simmer lit flf- Mayeamne with a big batch of recruits on regular athlete you know Thru after hed drilled awhile nailed him for headnuurters clerk I never knew him to be off an hour until about four weeks ago The men say another young fella came out here one night hail a talk with Morton and lIe went out together lie got regular jIrllliHion Xobiuly has set eyes on his friend out here sinee that time but Morton got three passes to town in trim day and Squccrs happened to waul him a gave orders he should have to be con stilted hereafter Tout a fortnight since by love Morton lit out sudden ly and was gUIlt IS hours and was brought hack by a patrol perfectly straight and he said he had to go on account of n friend who had been taken tcry ill and was a stranger here Simerrs let him oft with wariiingaiid insidif clllp lit Ieggeil for n 21hour pass and SLIIeets wouldnt give it He went without it by Ceorge It was just about time time the Prime family arrived looking up the boy they heard was in your regiment This time there was big trouble The patrol it lit for him went directly to tilt Imlj ingof his sick friend and lien they found him and he laid out two of our tst men for forcing n way into the room They told me your carriage I nearly ran oxer him tIme mhmmyof the re view Then came that dam foul charge about his Ixiug mixrd up in this rob bery Then his escape from under Hilly Urays uosc by iawgc and thats the last of him Canker sent party into look him up at time usual place nail both birds hind flown both by Cawge The tick man wits well enough to be driven ouT in a carriage and theres nothing further to tell imsyit I wish I had known about him earli er before the Primes came said Arm strong thoughtfully knocking the ashes off his cigar Of course you di vine sny theory That Morton is the missing sou and heir Of course Mow that Ite mn2- mliss Prime the family rcscmblaV is strong limit if he wauled to oldier what to prevent Those tits yawn dub mire full of youngster better cdu cn Ill than Immiii an Cordon nroc tangling a long lent leg in thy nearest ramp fctool which he promptly kicked through the doorway into the sailing fog outside It was hardy 11 oclock but already the raw wet wind was whistling in over the liarrcu tandy slopes nod dunes and the moisture dripped in Lug drops from till sloped rifles of the turn marching sturdily in from drill- Yawnduh conies tIme Prime carriage now by Gaxvgc continued the adju taut as he limped to the entrance Ole man sccnn nil broke up dont heO Armstrong had promptly risen and came striding to his comrades side Naturally was the aiiMver He had hoped much from his visit The boy was just under 21 when he enlist ed and as his fathers consent was lacking a discharge could hate been ordered Jt may hate been fear of that that drotc the youngster off Where is the carriage and your glasses continued the colour looking abilitl until lie found a binocular Cumin right down time toad back of the officers tents Keekon its another visit of condolence to Ciray You know I shouldnt wondiih if this arrest of his didnt prove a blessin in disguise for that lucky boy Xo reply cominjj to this observation Gordon glanced over his shoulder Armstrong was replacing the glasses Again the adjutant hazarded JI was saying this arrest may be after all the biggest kind of blessing in disguise for that lucky JliIICby love Thcvre coiniu to his lent Thats II jplcndid girl flit man Min Prime t Oll mean calmly jucried Armstrong striking match after match in the effort to light fresh cigar his fare averted Miss Prime I dont meat answered Gordon glancing curiously at the senior ofliccr Xot but that shes a most charming young lady antI nil that he hurriedly interpolated south ern chivalry asserting itself Then with a twitch almut the lip ISy the way ole man those cigars light better from the other end Take a fresh one Armstrong quickly withdrew the ill used weed from between his strong white teeth gave it one glance and a toss into the waste basket Xo Ive smoked enough But how can they see him How about that sentry over Grays tent Huh Chief made them take it ofT directly he heardif it grinned Gor don Mosos limit didnt Sfjuccrs blaspheme And the adjutant threw his head back and laughed joyously over the retrospect Yet theres tImid curlyheaded pate of I1i11Jo lit the tent door now Jicckun he was expect in cm Thieve they are ole Prime too Dont be in a hurry colorcl They land known each other years these two nod it lind been Armstrong antI Gordon when they ad dressed each other or ole nan when Gordon lapsed into the semiaffection ate To the adjutants southern sense of military propriety ole man was still possible Armstrong would be- n soldierly solecism lam to see the general before noon said Armstrong gravely and its time I started ou should hear of your runaway let me know If you shouldnt keep our views to yourself Theres no use in rousing false hopes With that Armstrong turned up the collar of lila overcoat and lunged out into the mlEt- GonIon watched him as he strode away the orderly following at the con ventional distance The shortest way to general headquarters was up the row of company officers tents iu front of the still Incarcerated Hilly the longest was round back of the mess teut and kUchen Armstrong took the latter That escape of prisoners was still the talk of camp Men hind tome by bat talions to see time tunnel observing which Canker promptly ordered it closed up Opinion was universal that Canker should huve released the officers and men he had placed under arrest at once but he didnt In his bottled wrath he hung on to them until the brigade commander took a hand and ordered It Canker prumblirtgly obeyed so far as the sergeant and sentries were concerned bijt entered stout protest as to GrayI hold that officer as having knowledge of the scheme and aiding and abetting I can prove that he telephoned for that carriage he said At least theres nothing to warrant the posting of that sentry at Mr Grays tent Col Canker said the brigadier with some jspcrity Order him off at 4 f 4 t 5 Ii 5 once Thats all for todaysir and the maim with the slant d shoulders heM over him with the siltcr leaves The latter could only obey ami ob jurgate Hut Cankers knuckles came iu for an other rasping within the hour Tin brigadier being done with hum tIme di vision commanders compliments came over per orderly and would the colonel please step to the generals tent Canker wna fuming to get to town Me was possessed with insane desire to follow up that Imardiug IIOIIM dew lie belietrd the landlady could be html lied Into telling where lire boarder was taken nud what manner of man or woman lie was Hut down he hud to go three blocks of vamp to where the trills of division headquarters were pitched and there sal Ihe veteran cum mander stint and pacd as ever Ah colonel touching that matter of the robbery of your commissary toe Suspicion points tcry strongly to your Scrgl Folry Do you think it wise to have no sentry over him Vhygciieral Ima iii Canker Itt1 known that man t years in fact got him ordered to duty lien ama tilt colonel bristled Well pardon me colon limit you heard the evidence ngaiiiM him last night oral least hcaidofit Diiulyou consider that conclusive Canker cleared his throat and con sidered nssiigjcstcd- heard time allegation sir limitlie made so clear nn explanation lo me at bust nnd besides general bright idea occurring In hilllCHI know tutu as commissary rgcant lie is not undei my command Tut tut colonel interrupted Un general waxing impatient Tilt storehouse adjoins your camp Ynui ment vies guard if Cnpt Hanford tIlt commissary says he called on you last night to notify you that he had placed time sergeant iinilrr arrrsl hut consid ered time ensSfl genii that he askriT that a sentry be placed over him and it wasnt done dislike very much lo inflict such in dignity on dtscrving soldiers general said Canker stuumulilimig into a selfHindi trap tnlil their guilt is Itahtihec1- 11t are innocent under time law Apparently yon apply a different rule in cascofoflicerscaliuly respond ed Ihe general vide Mr Gray No fur her words arc necessary Oblipe me by having that sentry potted at once iood morning sit limit to Cankers dismay the officer of Ihe guard made prompt report Tin sentry was sent but the sergeants tent was empty The colonels pel hid flown This meant I1IcrOl trouble for time colonel Meantime Stanley Armstrong lint bird him to Jen lrai mmis headquar ters The office tents were well filled with clerks orderlies aide and other ofiicers who had conic in on business hut time mnte4migavmus by appointment and after brief delay the camp com mander excused himself to those pres rill timid ushered Armstrong into 1m own private tent time scene of time mcr ry festivities time evening of Mrs Gar riaii unexpected arrival There the general turned quickly on his viMtoi with the lowtoned question Well what have you found Inoiigh to give me strong reason for believing thnt Morion soealictiis young Prime and that your nephew b wilh him sir The old soldiers sad eyes lighted with sudden hope Yet as he passed his baud wearily over his forehead the look of doubt mind uncertainty slowly returned It accounts for the letters reaching me here he said but Ive known that boy from babyhood Armstrong nnd a more intense nature I have revct heard of What he starts in to do lit will carryout if it kills him Anti IhOl ton looked drearily miaimmtt lie tenj as though in search of omethiujf Iu iiidut quite know what Then he set tied back slowly into his favorite old chair nllitclown Armstrong I want to speak with you a moment Yet it was time colonel who was the urn lo break the silence May I ask if you have hind time ii look at any of the letters sir Do look as though hind time tt do anything saul the tiicf droppinc his bands ami npHfl iuga lined and hug gard fare yet so refined Anything limit vork work morn noon and night TIll mass of detail one has to meet her is something appalling It weighs 01 me like a nightmnrc Armstrong Xo was worn out tilt night after thc package reached me When next I sought it time letters were gone How long wis that general Again the weary bonds with theii long tapering fingers came up to tin old soldiers brow He pondered a moment It must have been the nex afternoon I think but I cant be sure And you hrd left them In tIme inside pocket of that old over coat of mine hanging there on the real tent pole was the answer as the gen cral turned half round In his clinic anc glanced wistfully xclfreproachfulh thither Armstrong arose and going to tht back of the tent made close examina lion The canvas home of the chill was what is known as time hospital tent but instead of being pitched with tin ordinary ridge pole and upright a sub slantinl wooden frame anti floor had first been built nail OWl this t he stout canvas was stretched stanch anti taut as the head of a drum It was nil umlaut antI sound Whoever filchrd that packet made way with it through the front antI that as Armstrong well knew was kept tightly laced as a rule front time time the general left it in Ihl morning until his return II was nevci unlaced except in his presence or by Ills order Then time left hands of orderlies on duty would do the trick if a twinkling Knowing all this tin colonel queried further You went in town as I rcmembet late that evening and railed on tilt Irimes and other people nt the Palace I think I saw you in the supper room There was much merriment at youi table Mrs Garrison seemed to be thi lift of the party Now you left your overcoat with the tiny at the cloak stand Xo Armstrong thats the odd par of it I only mIl the cape that even ing The coat trims hanging at its usual place when I reiurncd late with r mass of new ordtrs arid papers No no Hut here must get back to the office anti what I wished you to see was that poor boys letter What can you hope with a nature like that to deal with t ITo eCo Unlltd Time Point of lrir Magnificence may signify ont timing to one person ncd quite anothet thingto another person It is related that a gentleman went lo u dentist and asked him to take n look at his teeth Time dentist did so und seemed full of admiration What do you think of thata asked thepatientMagnificent magnificent Mas all the dentist could sa Then you dont find anything to do to them To do to them Why there art four to be pulled six to be filled nud three to be crowt1Youtlfs Companion t 43i ur- MI 6yI 0 V Vv j J PHE NEW JERUSALEM 11 Talmage Lifts the Curtain fom Eternal Felicities rime Glories off llrn rn Mirt 4ri lime iiliiirrlicn loil of tlir llnlc Mlinl Tlirrr Will lie ft lnrllnK Tlirrr Inpyrlclit iIim IJ Louis Klopili Ill tlmi5 discourse Dr Talmage lifts lie eiirliiin from ftrrnal felicities and ill all nmiv tutats uf lItauui ly world Text Corinthians SiJ ttyc halh not seen nor rnr heard neither have entered into tin heart of man the things which tiod hath pre pared for them that love Him The cjtv of Corinth has been called the Paris of antiquity Indeed for splendor the world holds no Mich won tIe r today It stood on an isthmus it ashcd by two icas tilt one sea bring i lug the commerce of ICurope the other sea bringing lie commerce of Asia lrom lien wharfs in t heOllst ruction of which whole kingdoms had been ab sorbed war galley with three hawk of oar pushed out and confounded the navy yards of nil the uurM lI11gcI handed machinery such as modern in vention cannot eiiinl lifted ships from the sea on one side and transported them on trucks across the itliiniu and Mt them down in the sea on the other side The revenue officers of the city went down through the olive groves that lined the beach to collect a tariff from all nations The mlrlhof nil people sported in lien isthmian games and the beauty of all maths sat in her theaters walked her porticoes ami threw itself on time altar of her stupendous dissipa lion Column and statue and temple bewildered the beholder TIre were white marble fountains into which from apertures at the side there rushed waters everywhere known for health giving totalities Around these basins twisted into wreaths of stone then were nil the beauties of ctilpturc and architecture while standing as if to guard the vastly display was a ttatue of Hercules of burnished Corinthian brass Vases of terra cotta adorned the cemeteries of the dead i muses so coMly lint Julius Caesar was not sal is tied until he had captured them for Come Armed officials the Corintharii pared up and down to see that no stone was defaced no pedestal overthrown no has relief touched From the edge of time city a hill arose with its mag nificent burden of columns towers and temples 1000 slaves waiting at our shrine antI a citadel so thoroughly impregnable that jibraltnr is a heap of sand compared with it Amid nil that strength und magnificence Corinth stood and defied the world Oh it was not to rustics who had never seen anything grand that Paul uttered this text They hind heard the best music that had come from time best instruments in all the world they hud heard songs float big from morning por ticoes antI melting in cicning grouts they had passed their whole lies among pictures and tculpturc and architecture and Corinthian brass which had been molded nail shaped un Iii there was no chariot wheel in which it had not sped anti no tower in which it had not glittered and no gateway that it had not ndorned Ah it was a bold thing for Paul to stand there amid al ibat and say All this is nothing Thjo sounds that come from time tem Neptune art 1I0t music compared with the harmonies of which I speak These waters rushing in tIme hisiu of Pyrene arc not pure Time statues of llacchus and Mercury Ire not exquisite Yoijr citadel of Acroeoriiitliiw is mot strong compared with that which I offer to this poorest slaw that puts down his burden at that braen gate You Corinthians think this is a splendid city You think you have heard all sweet sounds anti seen nil beautiful sighjs but I tell you eye hath not seen nor ear heard neither have entered into tIme heart of man tilt things which God hath prepared for them that love Him You see my text Mfs forth time idea thai howler exalted our ideas of Ileiven they come fill short of Un reality Some wifcc men hate been cal culating how many furlongs long and wide is the new Jerusalem and tbc hate calculated how many illhllhitllnts- thrre are on the earth how long the earth will probably stand mind then they count to this estimate That aft er nil the nations have been gathered to Heaven there will be room for each soul a room Hi feet long and 13 feet wide It would not be large enough for you It would not be large enough for nc am glad to know that no hu nina estimate is sufficient to take the dimuisioii lye hath not seen nor car heard nor arithmeticians calcu lated 1 first remark that we can get no idea of the health of Heaven When you were a child and you went out in the morning how you bounded along till road or street you limit never felt sorrow or sickness Perhaps later you felt a glow in your cheek anti a spring in your stp and un exuberance of spir its and a clearness of eye that nurle you thank butt you were tienuitted to live The nerves were harp string nail the sunlight was a doxology anti the rustling leaves were the rustling of the robes of u great covd riing up to praise the Lord You thought that 011 knew what it was to be well but there is no perfect health on earth The diseases of past generations came down to us The airs that now float upon the earth are not like those which floated above Paradise They are charged with impurities and distem pers TIme most elastic anti robust health of earth compared with that which those experience before whom the yules have helm opened is nothing but uickncsK and emaciation Look at that soul standing before the throne On iarth she was a lifelong invalid See her step now antI hear her voice now Catch if you can one breath of thnt celestial nir Health in all tim- epmlsrlmenlth of vision hlulthof spirits immortal health No rucking cMigh no sharp pleurisies no coiiMini ifrg fevers no exhausting pains no lios swingilgrlreams health oolllngon the banks Mo headaches no side itches no muck jdica That child that died in the igonies of croup hear lice voice now ringing in the anthem That old mann that went bowed down with the infirm ities of age see him walk now will he step of an immortal athlete for ever young again That night when the needlewoman fainted away in the garret a wave of the heavenly air re suscitated her forever For everlast ing years to have neither ache nor ryebath1 remark further that we can in this world get no just idea of the splendors of Heaven John tries to describe them He says time 12 gates arc 12 pearls and thai he foundations of tilt wall preclOUI 3 r f t IJ through the telescope ofSI John we see a blaze of amethyst And pearl and emerald and sardonyx and cliryso prasus and sapphire a mountain of light a cataract of color a sea of glass and a city like the sun John bids us look again and we see thrones thrones of the patriarchs thrones of the angels thrones of the apostles thrones of the martyrs throne of Jesus throne of Cod Audwe turn round to see the glory and it is thrones thrones tummies John bids us look again and see the great procession of the redeemed pass i Jesus on a white horse Irndx the march and all the armies of Heaven follow on white horses In finite cavalcade passing passing em pires pressing Into line ages following ages Dispensation tramping after dispensation ilory In the 1Iltkot glory Europe Asia Africa North and South America pressing into lines Islands of the sea shoulder to shoul der tcneratious before till flood fol lowing generations after the flood and as JCHUS rules at the head of that great host and waves hisworcl in sigimalof victory all crowns are lifted and nil ensigns swung out and all chimes rung and all hll in us chant ed nail some cry Jlory to lod most highall1 sonic llosauna to till Mill of Iaimlatmil MIIIIC Vorthm is the Lamb that was siailltilllliiex cia bus of endearment and hom age in the vocabulary of Heaven are exhausted and there comes up surge after surge tlfmelllIlumemi anti Amen Kye hath not seen itlalhath nut heard it Skim from the summer waters the brightest sparkles anti you will gel no libya of the sheen of the everlasting sea Pile up the splendor of earthly cities and they would not make a stepping stonn by which you might mount to the city of iod Kvery house is a palace Every step is a triumph Kvery covering of the head a coronation Every meal is a banquet Kvery stroke from the tower is a wedding bell livery day is a jubilee every hour a rapture and every moment an ecstasy Kye hath not seen it ear hath plot heard remark further we run get no idea of the reunions of Heat en If you have ever been across the seas and met a friend or even an acquaint ance in some strange land you re member how your blood thrilled and how glad you were to set him What will be till jnfter we passed the seas of death to meet in thj bright city of time Lord those from whom we have long been separated After we have lien away from our friends ten or fifteen years nail we come upon them we see how differently they look Their hair has turned and wrinkles have come in their faces ami we say How you have changed limit oh when we stand before the throne all cares gone from the face all marks of sorrow disappeared nnd feeling the joy of that blessed land methinks we will say to each other with an exulta tion wt cannot unit imagine How you hate changed In this world are only mcel to part It is goodby goodby Farewells floating in tIme air Y hear it at the rail car window and at the steamboat wharf goodby Children lit it mind old age answers it Sometimes we say it in a light uaaygtsaiby and sometimes with anguish iu which the soul breaks down goodby Ah that is the word that ends time thanksgiv ing banquet that is time word that conies in to close the Christmas chant Goodby goodby Itut not so in hear en Welcomes in the air welcomes at time gates welcomes nt the house of many mansion hut not goodby That group is constantly bring aug mented They are going out from our circles of earth to join iilittle voices to Join the anthem little hands to take hold in time great home circle little feet to dance in the eternal glee little crowns to be cast down before the feet of Jesus Our friends are in two groups a group this side of time river and a group on the other side of the river Now there goes one from this to that and another from this to that and soon we will all be gone over How manyat your loved ones already entered upon that blessed place If I should take paper and pencil do you think could put them all down Ah my friends thu waves of Jordan voar so hoarsely we cannot hear the joy on the other side when tIme group is augmented A little childs mother had died maid they comforted her They sail Your mother has gone to Heaven lont cry And the next tiny they went to time graveyard and they laid the body of the mother down into the ground anti the little girl came up to the verge of the grave and looking down said Is this Heaven We have no idea what Heaven is It is time grave here it is darkness here but there is met rymaking yonder Metbluks when a soul arrives some angel takes it around to show it time wonders of that blessed place Time usher angel says to tIme newly arrived These are the mar tyrs that perished nt Piedmont these were torn to pieces at time inquisition this is the throne of the great Jeho vah this is Jesus am going to see Jesus said a dying tiny am going to sec Jesus The missionary aid You arc sure you will see Him Oh yes thats what I want logo to Heaven for Uut said the missionary sup pose Jesus should go away from Heaven what then should fol low him said the dying buy Hut if Jesus went down to hell what then The lying boy thought for a moment ami then said Where Jesus is there unit be iio hell Oh to ptand in Ills presence That will be Heaven Oh to putt our hand iu that hand which wus wounded for us on the crossto go around amid time groups of the re deemed and shake bunds with time prophets and apostles mind martyr and with our own dear beloved ones That will be the great reunion We cannot imagine it now Our loved ones seem so far away When we are in trouble and lonesome they dont seem to come to us We go on fo the banks or the Jordan and call across to them limit theytin not seem to bear We say Is it well with the child is it well with the loved OIlCSlll1d we listen to hear if any voice come back otcr the waters None none Unbelief says They arc dead mill they Ire annihilated but blessed be iod we have a Hible that tells us differ ent We open it and we find they are neither death nor mtmnihuiiateultliat III1Wtimtcoming and that we shall join them on time other side of the river Oh glori ous reunion we cannot grasp it now Kye hath not tecn nor cur heard neither have entered into the heart of man the things which iod hath pre pared for them that love Him What a pljice of explanation it with be I see every day profound mysteries of Providence There is no question we ask oftener than Why There are hundred of graves in Greenwood anti Laurel Hill thai need to be explained Hospitals for the blimriantI lame asylums for the idiotic mind insane almshouses for the destitute nllllII world of paiu and misfortune that de taiJo 4 1Jp J I mand more than human solution Jod will clear it up In tIme light that pours from the throne no dark mys tery can live Things now utterly in scrutable will be illumined us plainly as though till answer was written on the jasper wall or sounded iu the tem pit niiMiem Hurlimcus will thank iod that he was blind and Joseph that he was east into the pit and Daniel that he denned with the lions anti Paul that he was humpbacked and David thud he was driven from Jerusalem and that invalid that for 20 years he could not lift his head from the pillow and that widow that slichnd futh hard work to earn bread for her children The song will be nil tIme grander for eai ths weeping eyes and aching heads and exhausted hands and scourged hacks and marlyred agonies nut we can get no idea of that anthem here We appreciate the power of secular music limit do we appreciate the power of sacredsouug There is nothing more inspiring to me than a whole congrega thou lifted on the wave of holy melody When we sing sonic of those dear old psalms ami tunes they rouse all the memories of the past Why some of them were cradle songs in our fathers house They are all sparkling with the morning dew of a thousand Christian Sabbaths riityavcre suiig by broth era nnel sisters gone now by voices that were aged and broken in the music voices none the less sweet because they did tremble anti break When liTarthe5eoldsoiigssungil seems as if all tIn old country meeting houses joined in time chorus anti citj church and sailors bethel and western cabins until tIme whole continent lifts the doxology anti the scepters of eter nity heat time in time music Away then with your starveling tunes that chill time devotions of HIP tnnctuary and make the people sit silent when Jesus is marching on to victory When generals come hack from victorious wars do we not cheer them and shout Huzza Inizxn 0 Anti when Jesus passes along in the conquest of tlir earth shall we not have for Him on loud ringimigcheer All hall Ihe power of Jesus name Let angola prostrate fall ISrlnij forth Ihl royal diadem And crown Him tord of all Tint my friends if music on earth i so sweet what will it be in Heaven Thpell know time tunr there All tin best singers of nil tIme iigts will join it choirsof whilerobed children choirs of patriarch hairs of apostles Morning stars clapping their cymbals Hnrpers with their harps Great an hems of God roll on roll onothelempires joining the harmony till hit thrones are all full and time notion all saved Anthem shall touch anthem chorus join chorus and all the sweet souiidsjof earth and Heaven be poured into the ear of Christ David of the harp will be here Gabriel of the trum pet will be there Germany redeemed will pour its rich bass voice into the song and Africa will amid to time music wih lien matchless voices I wish in our closing hymn today we might cafch an echo that slips from time gates Who knows but that when the heaven ly door opens today to let sonic soul through there may colne forth the strain of the jubilant voices until we catch it Oh that ass time song drops down from Hcaten it might meet half way a song coming up from earth They rise for time doxology nil time multitude of the blest Let us arise with them and so at this hour the joys of the church on earth anti the joys of the church in Heaven will mingle their chalices and the dark apparel of our mourning will seem to whiten into the spotlcss rniment of the skies Cod grant that through the mercy of our Lord Jesus we may all get therem START OF ROC JfLLERSPL1I Qunrret Frank 10 Irn vr the Cliurrli Originated In IluIiie Deal llelween Ilrotheri The quarrel between the Itockcfeller brothers which caused Frank locke fcller to withdraw from the Euclid Av en lie Baptist church ClevelandO be gan in JHOJ when Frank anti Tames Corrigan borrowed 110000 of time Standard Oil chief to develop the Franklin Iron Mining company in time Mcsaba range The businewi venture was a great success and Corrigan and llockefcllcr were offered 5ISOOWO for time property which they lefused John n lrockefcllI bad IOOCOof his brothers paper and as a business pre caution asked for Corriganx indorse ment It was given and Corrigan then owed John n a large amount for which he held collateral When Cor rigan paid his share of the loan and de manded his stock hack John Ilocke feller it is claimed told him that the stock would be held us security for in dorsement of Franks notes Frank Rockefeller anti Corrigan then made efforts to get money elsewhere to payoff John D They claim that they ar ranged with time Iron Range company to borrow the money butt John D heard of it and at the last moment the lion Kange company backed onto Frank Rockefeller and Corrigan were IinIIccompelled to sell the Franklin Iron Mining company for X000 fo prevent letting it go for time 140000 debt WILL MAKE SMALL ARMS Tlir fnltril Minim Ametanl at Stock Inlnnit lit lie Kqulppril for This Ilirpiixe Dnrlnn Coming Yenr During the next year the buildings at time Jock Island nrsenal will bo eqiJpped with machinery for manu facturing small arms Iu the sundry civil appropriation bill there is an item appropriating oG9000 for completing the installation of the plant anti the purchase of tools fixtures mind other appliances for time manufacture ol small arms in time armory shop at that place It corrects a blunder made by t he ordnance bureau of the war depart ment Last yearthat bureau was asked to uiiikv an estimate of cost of install lag machinery for iiniifacturing small arms This trims Cine and con gress appropriated about 200000 for this purpose limit when ttic time came to enforce the law it was foundthe ordnance bureau had made a mistalco of several hundred thousand dollars in its estimate Therefore it was decided that noth ing should be done until an appropria tion large enough to carry out the project was available As soon as it becomes a law time de partment will begin tIme work of in stalling the machinery at Rock Island as it has lund ample time to make all time necessary preparations Slinmrurk on irnven In Africa Shamrock will be planted on the graves of time Irish soldiers in South Africa The duke of York hasacceptea n thousand packets of seed and has for warded them to the officers of the Irish brigade TeachIn c Germna In the TrnnivnaJ Johannesburg has a German school which lust June was giving instruction to 111 boys 81 girls anti S3 children in the kindergarten HFTYSIXfjKCONGRESS Summary of Lrwllnj Event Washington May Senate Mr Teller in a lengthy speech urged the senate to adopt hta resolution extend lag sympathy to tIme Boers but no vote was taken The remainder of the day WIIH taken tip considering the na val appropriation bill House The bill to amend tIme gen eral pension lawn was passed It pro vides for aggregating disabilities un tier time act of tglK without regard to service origin and to increase the net laconic a widow may have without de stroying her right to a pension from 96 to 250 The bill to increase the appropriation for the national guard from 400000 to 1000000 was also passed Washington May 8SenateThe entire session was devoted to the na val appropriation bill time measure be ing completed with time exception of that section relating to armor and armament House Most of time session was de privatebillstee on claims anti ten bilh were passed The most important was one to remit the penalties imposed by tIme government on time Union iron works of San Francisco the builders of the monitor Monterey for her failure to make contract j4eed Unimportant measures occupied time remainder of time session Washington May tkScnateIrac tically the entire session was devoted to the section of the naval appropria lion bill relating to armor and anna ment The debate largely hinged on tIme proposition that time government should erect an armor plant of its own A joint resolution making the selection of a site and time erection of a bronze statue in Washington II C in honor of the mate Henry Wads passedHousewas oc cupied in considering the contested election ease of Iearson vs Crawford of the Ninth North Carolina district The report of the majority was against the sitting member a demo crat on the general ground that Mr IVarsnns election was prevented by fraud intimidation bribery anti bloodshed time minority deny all the allegations of the majority The de bate was on party lines Washington May 10SenateTIme case involving the seat of Mr Clark of Montana was postponed until next Tuesday A bill was passed to pay Mary A Swift 12000 one years sal nryif her husband John K Swift who tiled while serving as United States minister to Japan Time sea sion was concluded with eulogies on the late Representative Samuel Uair of Louisiana House Hy the very narrow mnrjrhj of two votfs the house unseated Mr Crawford of North Carolina a demo ernf anti seated in his place Mr Pear soul of North Carolina He is the third republican to be seated by the present house The minority resolu tion declaring the sitting member en titled to the seat was defeated by one vote Washintgon May 11SenateThe entire session was devoted to a discus sion of the naval appropriation bill It was decided to vote on the measure at 3 oclock on Saturday afternoon House All records aver broken in passing private pension bills There were exactly 180 passed The princi pal one among them was tIn senate lull to pension the widow of the late Jen tiny V Henry nt the rate of 100 per month Washington May 12SemiateTime session was entirely devoted to a eon nhihrolirimutiemnlull of time proposition to erect a govern ment plant for tIme production of ar unorllommseThe session wan brief amid of no particular interest A few billit of minor iiiiportuuce were passed PRESBYTERIAN FAITH It Ma r Be nrvlieil nt the General A emli1r Which MrrM In St Lout This Week St Louis May 14In this city on Thursday next the Presbyterian gen eral assembly will meet in the Wash ington anti Cotnpton Avenue Presby terian church Iminent divines anti laymen to time number of about 1000 toni every synod anti presbytery in the United States will be present Only once before in 1874 has the united body met in this city The in terest of tIme topics on the programme nd time scope and possible effects of the overtures to be presented will make this one of the most important assemblies hell for time past 20 years One of the most important matters to be brought up is the question as to whether or not the Westminster eon hessian of faith shall be revised This is a question that is disturbing a large part of the Presbyterian church Following are the sections in the confession to which it is said excep tion is taken 3 By tIme decree of God for the manifestation of his glory some men anti angels arc predestinated unto everlasting life and others foreor dained unto everlasting death 4 These angels anti men thins pre destinated antI foreordained are par ticularly anti unchangeably designed rind their number is so certain and definite that it can not be either iu creased or diminished Several presbyteries have asked ape cifically that the assembly should ap point a committee to consider time whole question of creed revision Itnth Sides DetermIned Houghton Mich May 13lhe mine managers of time district held si eon ference and decided to present n unit ed front to the demands of time men Roth sides seem determined and there lire prospects of time strike lasting several weeks at the Osceola nail Quincy where 2SOO men are now out Flrrmnn Killed Scranton Pa May 11fly a col lision of freight trains on the Lack awanna railroad near this city Wm 75 Schenbach n fireman was killed TIme other trainmen escaped unhurt Auxluns lo Hear Tnlmnjie Edinburgh May 11Synod hall which has a capacity of 6000 was crowded by an assembly gathered to hear hey Dr T DeWitt Talmage He delivered a second discourse to a large Mrenibly blockading the approaches to the hall Six Million More ntmrvlmf Near York May 14The Indian fcrnine relief committee issued an ap peal to the citizens The appeal as serts that despite the systematic aid furnished 6000000 of people iu India at least 6000000 more are starving Mud Peasants Deed Home May13it peasant in a Til lage near Arezzo during a sudden at tack of madness murdered nine mem ber of his family and wounded ser eral others Before he could be over come he had also burned to the ground a stable filled with cattle A Mlnlngc Corporation Birmingham Ala May 13The York Gold Mining Co has been in corporated at EdwardsTille Cleburne county this state by Fret York antI A Schlappi of Wisconsin The cap ital of the new company is 300000 Th 4s4j IHE IETTER WAS GENUIH AND CONTAINED FACTS A Former American Settled In Cu ads Flooded illb Inquiries A rbort time since a letter appeared 1V In these columns signed by Mr W liKinl adc of Alanicda Asbiniboia Western Canada which caused that f gentleman to receive a great many inquiries most of theta anxious to krbvr if the letter was genuine To a large number of the inquiries answers fere sent but it was impossible to reply to all We take pleasure in lubniitting to our readers a specimen of replies sent by Mr Kinkade Yes time letter dated December SS 1899 supposed to have been written by me which you saw in your local papers was genuine and contained tV1t facts I will soy of the Information received from the Canadian Govern ment agents prior to coming here I did not find a single untrue stateVment Time Canadian government Is an honorable one and its agents dare not misrepresent this country or they would lose their job There is quite a bit of land for homesteading yet a very little close to market but main ly from six to twenty miles from ala tions The country hereabouts is a prairie nearly level slightly rolling not a rough country by any means Homestead entries cost ten dollars on land hunt has been cancelled there is a livedollar cancellation fee extra antI in some cases an inspection fee of tire dollars and where the former occupant has made any substantial improvements there are small amounts to pay for improvements This is a poor place for a poor mars unless he has brains and muscle andT git anti grit but with these requi sites he can succeed Time populationVof this part of Assiniboia has doubled during time past two years There has been as much prairie broken the poshVtwo years as was already broken previous to 1S98 C P It land odd sections joining homestead land ehlsVat three dollars per acre Improved quarters within four to five miles oC town sell at 1000 this spring Thisi is not a Garden of Kilen at alL No mann need think he can come lucre andt get rich in a short time without much labor but if he will work anti be t saving he can soon be an intiepntlentV farmer tilling liis own soil and get ting good returns for his labojr- We burn coal which costs tis U5 1 per load at the mines which are iO miles southwest of us 1eople with stock arid machineryVshould come in May so as to have all June to break in Those who expecU 4to work for wages for time first year or two should eotnc by the end of July to work through harvest and threshing and then go to the coal fields anti work all winter and by spring he could be ready to improve homestead A quartersection of railway land 4 sells af three dollars pcrocre The interest is all figured up and a mart 4 has about 71 to pay cash and if he breaks at least ten acres first break ting season his 21 interest for the first year is thrown oft anti the see ond fall following purchase be has 00 to pay and then SCO to pay for eight more falls which makes a total of 611 the quarter costs hint includ lag all Interest Paying for a quarter of land that way is like keeping n life insurance policy paid only it does not take so long to do it Py a man home steading one quarter anti buying an other quarter gives him a chance to have a 320ncrc farm all his own and hare it paid for in en years nd after that he is sure of an easy living if he is any good at all SIGNED W IT KINKADE HIS TREASURE An Incident of City Life That Shorn Lp a Mnicallne Palling That 1 Universal Vanity seems to spring eternal in the mas culine breast and the less it has to reed uponVapparentlyOneday ewa a tramp of high degree in vagrancy stopped before the window of a house at which two young women wets standing He was tattered and torn and melancholy looking to such an esVtent nat he aroused a feeling of deep sym pathy in the hearts of the maidens who dora upon him as he rtood gazing intently at tome object he fceld in his I wonder ne slid tIme sentmVmental one of the two as she peered down on him a lock of some womans hair I thouMnt wonder More likely a coin lies found te looks pleased rejoined the practical one seof bngly as she maneuvered for imposition that would reveal Ihe object to her lint it was neither discovered H VV was just a bit of lcokg p nwhich thinVman was surveying liir u I satis fied air that told of his nint with his very rugged physiogi Which shows as was said at the iVrug of this story that vanity spring eteradyVin the masculine breast just as curiosity does In the feminineVNot Too Well Done Pepprtr Xo I wont haveanythirigmons for Your work last m very much Lanndryman Whats the matter urasn k it well done Yes too well done T like my smrt rare Philadelphia Ktccrd A Blood TroubleIt that tired feeling blood lacks vitality and riehntss and hence you feel like a lag pird all day and cant get rested at night Hoods Sanaparilla will cure you because it will restore to the blood the qualities it needs to nourish strengthen and sustain the muscles nerves and organs of the body It gives surest refreshing sleep and impart near life and vigor to every function Felt Tired Iu tbespricgl would hav no appetite anti vouMfceI tired and with out ambition Took Hoods SarsapariUa ia small doses increasing as I grew stronger c That tired feeling left me and I felt better every way W E Baker Box 06 3tiliordVOhio Be sure to get Hoods becauseV5Hoods Smrsapmrill Is the Best Medicine Money Can hay Pre pared by C I Hood Co Lowell Mas i ri 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surrender whenever he was nnnted Mr White said I received the warrant for llounnls arrest set rral clays ago hut at the time I was PLISy I knew lim would not run offs toon as I pot time I served the warrant of arrest on him This was on the th inst lie came without a Howard sill I never was 1inside the state hoisc square in my life until the afternoon following the assassination of Cache I nm iuno Nnt and ran prove liy testimony which will not be doubted that I was IHutnt the state house when Mr Goc f brl was killed The reward commission in charge of the board for apprehension of the nsMisxin heM a meeting hut did noth big more than to approve a few ac I counts A nieinlxr of the commission stated that all or the ei cucs of that hOlly up to date dOts not aggregate t 52500 t Trankfort ICy May 11ShierilT White who arrested Keudist litu Howard who is charged with having Knot William ioebel declined to ac cept the 500 reward offered by the iioebcl brothers for the arrest of Howard Middlesboro Ky May llhlerrtHoward will Mirrcnder to Sheriff Itroughton in a few days nnd go to 4ii Jrankfort He says he had no cou 4 nevtion wlmtcver with the alleged tiocbel conspiracy AVnn n Winner Acnln Ixiuisvillc Ky M y 1TIIt n kvlIopftlhomerbyl and his share of the stake wns jooo He made Owner C II Smith SS hicago 3OO richer by winning 41thenark stakes at one anti fSt niles He had lo carry lot of weight for a r s early in the season but it anti did it like a racehorse His performance was nil tho fJiuire creditable in that he equaled the for the distance 151 4atwhich has IKTII held by Pearl Jennings 4 years old with 7G pounds S np since 1SS3 llelcnmrrt on HrrkhanT Tnr lnn p t Frankfort KvM May J4lohn Du p in wiring 21 years charged with1- F thcmunler of County Judge L1Colton at Middlesboro four years ago was released from the penitentiary on gapardon signed by lieckham Dugun alwayH professed innocence lie- mainI 1 tnihcil that the shooting was by Jiiiother party anti that hr and Coir et dtpon writ fast friends Colson was n Jr thrr of cxCongrcssinan David Colj MIII nnd it the time of his death was e only judge of Itoll foiiuty liigin 4 left for Xnshville where he will rcside Gold In Casey County Sc Danville Ky Nay 13 Considerable rscitement has been caused in J cinity of Rush Branch Casey counl1 by the discovery of what is heliexed tobea gold mine of considerable tu value on the land of lames Adams The government expert at Charlottcs ville X C has essayed the tire and returned a most promising assay rc Port rCollier nnd Dullard tS54f yicholasvillc Ky May 11The re publicans of the Eighth cOIlI lonal COIII11fiOI1brand Thomas Ballard delegates to thee jintionnl republican convention and Co Wood 15rict elector UMOIIII liolt1 state- e tie1au riiKoot nilrationlOI Richmond Ky May 13 Snmuel Sr 1hilpot the Claycounty feudist ait here for safe keeping badly inI up John llradlty of Lexington n t low prisoner Bradley made some sin coinpliinentary remark about Clay- Philjiot beat him with the leg isP iyofa table t tS ont to Ren Clark Pndiicaht Ky Msy ltfhe Daught hncSA n Rcheme un foot lo orrcf n monu f meat nt some public place in the city trl j in memory of Gen George Ro irs Clarion revolutionary hero who once i owned all the ground upon which the city of Paducah now stands f Barn Slrnek By Llebtnlne Cynthinna Kj May 11Joln KelJ o t lrrs barn containing his crop of 1 Imevo was struck by lightning nnd t tf totally destroyed by fire Many S i houses barns and fences were dam i t 4 aged and there is considerable injury I stormslS7CIo SHCed the Place l Paris Ky May 1On account oft iJ the smallpox scare in this city the V LexittonAdi 7 been changed to Lexington The daeI tj May 30 remains unchanged pSsIes Charjjed With Ilonsebrrmklnir Iiowit 4Iicyconfess their guilt on the charge of housebreaking When arrested c burglars tools were found ia their l 7 possession They robbd several 1 btorehouaes and peddled the goods if Tombstones Damaged Ilerea J 1 Ky May l2tn unknown vandal went into the grave3nrd here t 1 1t I and rninctl a large number of tomb t eioneu by chiseling off the inscrip ofsi r Mute1irt 1C Jp- StsPiper a young farmer was in a field 5c1 plowing with four mules when he saw t Ij a storm coming He started barn riding one of the muly 1oJli8I 4 he was struck by p bolt of Ji 4Ic bolyrscar Yocant AjtWttLibertyXy May 12 Burnard o kls Lew15 is reported to have killed Joe i tf Lyousof Carter county in the stave byz4 t1 s f Jfr I 1 c sCk SS i4If f Ii r2a i 4 J f rs r 1 itr t ti t 1 j RELEASED BUT WANTED The Si tlr ll n flinfnrtpr lrnTCI- liPtlimliiii pt In Time In Pre fnt lltlntc rrrslrd Kxln leiuigtnut Ky Mny IS K Vil 111 Suit lruuieito arrested while attempting to pawn 1000 worth of diamonds on suspicion of being want ed in some large cities was released liy the authorities They wired his description to large cities hut re Cit lug no reply Vilbert was released He immediately left tin city After Williert hind left Lexington Chief Detectives U Collernn of Chicago wired for a description ot the man anti goods having seen a tel egram in morning pipers The de scriptions asked for were wired liy Chief of Police hess Collerau wired Kick at once to hold VilWrt until a Chicago oflicer multI come to Lexing ton Koss wired hack that Willwrt lund been released where upon Colle ran Iskcd b wire hunt he be rearrested Chhliu has lint a recent thin mond robbery and Collerans tele grams are taken by twill officers to indicate that HIP Chicago officers be lieve from the description that Wil bcrl is the guilty party Vill ert hail gone when the telegram reached lucre FEMALE PRISONER SHOT Mie With tlher Wns Trying to cuue Krtim the Worklionne nt 4noijshornO- weuusboro Ky f ly May litua Ye wcit colored finale prisoner was shut mill mortally wounded by Work house Keeper Julius Mount Mount wits taking the female prisoners their dinner when they made a rush to os ax The Yeweit woman struck Mount oter tIlt head with a stove leg mill then knocked him down with u ipiart holt he tilled with oil of sassa fills The oil gut in Mounts eyes mill almost blinded him causing him tho most intense pain Before lit could get up another rush was made on him and hit tired The ball struck Cora Yeweit in the fore 1rail fatally injuring tier Mounts injuries ere severe but not dangerous Commercial tlnb Formed Somerset Kyv May HThe busi ness men met and orgnnied a com merciHl club Geo W Wait president of the Somerset Kanking Co was so lected as chairman of the meeting and I CnniplH11 as secretary Wednes day a permanent organization will bo effected Several large concerns are in correspondence with the citizens with a view of locating here anton O capitalists luau looked over the ground and will build a street car line lucre a BOOH as they can get a frau rhisc from the city The Cincinnati Southern road has contracted for a large freight house lucre h Three VrIourr leap Lancaster Ky May 12 Three prls oners confined in the county jail sue eroded in mniiig their escape with saws They cut two lairs of the cell which let them into the main hall thence into the womans department out of which they gained their liber whitilarI Carrier while horn tealing nail Walter Simpson stealing coal Jailer loss is in of the fugitives Mllltnrr Company Indicted Eminence Ky M HGarnett Ripley and all the mentbers of his mil itary company which he raised nt the instance of W S Taylor the past win tcr were indicted by the Henry county grand jury for raising an armed force in violation of the form of the law Nc n reiruihone IInr Williamstoxvn Ky May 13Tiuc Witlinmstown stud Owcnton Tele phone Co has incorporated with a capital titocV of j2ooo The line is bring run to Ialmouth lanlnersville Critlcndcn Mt Zion Verona and Warsaw and will probably be run to ISurlington UII Slilpmrnl ivtrut Miiy HThe first lot of esr marketed from the Kig Sandy field is being shipped front this place It is a very high quality of lubricating oil and comes from the Kentucky Union Oil Cos well at riaine May Try YonUrjr First Frankfort Ky May 11It is said here that Ibe attorneys for the prose cution have decided to elect to rv the indictment against Youtsey first among the cases taken to Scott coon ty on n change of venue and set tot trial there July 5 for the Sllrrr Inrndy Slay IICllpt hes- ter ship Kentucky has written to the board of trade that the battle ship will be ready to rejve its silver service from the people of Kentucky on lune 6 Tue 3Ion mrnt Fand In CSrant VilhinmsI own nt May 1fheGoebel 110nllmellrll tl which is be intr raised by the women of Grant county has reached nearly SHOrt and It is thought it will exceed that amount before the subscription books close School Ponds Sold Hopkinsville Ky May tITIItrustees ot the Pembroke graded school have floated their new school TheyjbankShot and Mortally Wounded Hopkinsvillc Ky May l2liecausc he had been discharged front a tobac co factory KSvcs Trouble colored tibet at former Employer Hex Chandler aged 18 Chandler returned the timesINew Kentckr Iost OMeec Washington May lTbe folio- Ing post offices have been established in Kentucky Julghum Hlekman county Robert So Dazzcll postmaster Hubbard Metcalf county Wesley Hubbanl postmaster Two Soldiers Killed Shelbyville Ky May 1lVord has been received here of the heath of Edmund Bullock and Bennett Blakely Shelby county boys in the Philippines They were killed in the Fame tight in which Lieu Gallcher of Louisville lost his life ViII Meet Next Year at Danville Lexington Ky May HThe grand council of the Order of lIed Men meeting here has named Danville for the next place of meeting The meet hug will be lucid May S and 0 as it was this year 4j p r J JTHE GAR MENS STRIKE Several Disorders in Connection With the Strike ia St Louis far Ruin Ofpr the City I him Inilrr- 5lrniipr Tollfp lroicitionSIu- riinn Cnr linn AVIIti lui Slight nixtiirliniicr St Louis May IlThe feature of the day in the street unilusv strike which coinmtiuTil TuoMhiy morning in this cliv h the men on the SU Louis Traeiioll Cos lines refusing to work longer unless their demands for higher wages wore ncccdrd to wns tilt conference between tiov Ste punts the members of the executive committee of the local street railway employ association nnd the ofliccrs and attorneys of the transit compa ny for the purpose of ascertaining if Sound sort of an amicable understand ing could not be arrived at The con ference lasted for several hours but nt its conclusion Gov Stephens saul that nothing lund been accomplished The strikers otlicials vcrc willing to arbitrate provided the proposition to do so en me front the railway compa ny The railway officials refused to entertain any such proposal stating I bat they hail nothing to arbitrate St Louis May l2ffairs in the street railway strike have not mate rially changed Kioting was kept up In various parts of HUT city lu one Instance the police fired into a crowd anti in other used their clubs on those who attempted to interfere with the running of ears The Suburban Kystcin ran all its ears under an PS cort of police So close was the watch maintained h11t force that practi cally no disturbance occurred on its lines The Transit Co started ears on a number of its brandies nnd tint withstanding the ample police protec tion nlTordcd trouble cropped out in various directions- St Louis May ltThe California avrniic division was reopened Sat or hay under police protection Seven curs are running and tutor will lie put on during he tiny All clerks in lie ofiiocs of the Lindcll division of thr transit company at Vaiidcvcntir and Park avenues were sworn in as po licemen Srtnrday afternoon St Louis May ILThe sixth day of the street railway strike was espe dully quiet and devoid of interest Not a wheel except of the mail cars was turned in the city in consequence of the decision of hiefoC Police Campbell to give the men of the force who had hail hut little time for rest during the past tire days a chance to recuperate for the coming week The management of the two street railway companies who feared to ruu ears without police protection decid ed to make no attempt to keep their lines opeut As a result the turbulent scenes that lust week marked the re opening qf I he different lutes wire not experienced antI the day passed oft without serious trouble The only police on duty were stationed at the different poucr houses and ear sheds STRIKE IN KANSAS CITY Cnrn In Inll Opcrnllon OiriiiK in nn Injunction isiici lij the Fed rnl Court Kansas City Mo May ltIvcry street tar line in this city and Kansas City Kan was in full operation Sun day and no show of violence was of fered by the strikers The injunction of the federal court enjoining tin union men from interfering with the running of cars and the added fact that it was Silnday combined to have a salutary effect on the strikers The railway officials lund hind appli rations from twice rs many men an they could use and to be sure of no delay placed half a dozen extra crews at the terminus of each line paying them full wages to fill the gap that might lcaused by any recruits to the strikers ranks- Occasionally along the line the cry ofscab would be heard but it was principally the act of boys who took delight in tantalizing the men Then was practically nothing to indicate that n strike was in progress Presi dent Holmes declared that so far ns his company was concerned the walkout was a nuttIer of history and he emphasized this fact by joining a par ty of friends on a jaunt to Leaven worth The strikers interviewed in dividually however declared they wtre still hopeful and that they soon would show different results During the afternoon the industrial council held an enthusiastic meeting nnd adopted resolutions sympathizing with the street car men and ordering a boycott on the railway company Ihr resolutions request the presi dents of the different unions reprc suijed in the council to instruct their members not to ride on the ears and urge the members of these unions working in the railway companys power houses and shops in whatever capacity to strike in sympathy with the street car men The resolutions go so far as to request theunion mu sicians who furnish music at the parks controlled hit the company to refuse to play for the daily concerts Arraniirinvnts All Complete Chattanooga Tcnn May HThoarrangements are all completed for the assembling of the southern indus trial convention which opens In this city on TueMlay The sessions will be hld in the Auditorium which has a seating capacity of tolH- lnl nr realties Growing Tampa Flu May lilhue labor tioublrs here have taken a turn for the worse There is now a general strike in all the cigar factories of the HavanaAmerican Co in this city and about 1000 are out tro Succeed Wheeler Birmingham inMay 11Thei- irst man to otTer for the democratic congressional nomination in the Eighth district to fill Gen Wheelers unexpircd term is Jesse E Brown editor of the Scottsboro Progressive Age Lost nn a Foul Xew York May 11t the Broadway Athletic club Kid Broad of Cleve land met Oscar Gardner the Omaha Kid and through foul tactics by butting lost in the seventeenth roun what promised to be a winning battle German Our Friend Berlin May HThe Krankfurtei Zeituug publishes a cablegram from New York ting if the United States should break off diplomatic relations with Turkey that Germany has ton seated to represent the American interests at the porte- Colorado Republican republicaning delegates and instructed them for McKinley Senator E 0 Wolcott 7 II Mnffet AY S Stratum unit David it C Brown 4 1 Z 1 ir r RICh wAs HEELYS PARTNER the Mnn Win Confessed to tinny Thine In osiiifllnn nllli Sue Llilinn Iuslnl IVninli II it a tin May II Carydon Kleh war CIIIHlII who eoiifessrd to a knowl wgi of uummtiyiii the trau huts whiih in he opinion of lawyers tend to implicate others besides Xeely III the post office defalcation Kicli was Krelys pailner in a number of busi ness enterprises in Cuba and n iso lolil power of attorney for him It was through Ilieh t huntP of new isiue stamps were recoxernl and he has not been arrested on account of the laluable assistance he is now giv uig ill unraveling the plot Kurt her he has agreed to give evidence when Neely is arraigned The amount of the defalcation so far as discovered at present is j1i1I1I0 during the year HUM and fK0 dur ill5 the year tStll Of this amount 000 has been recovered 2flOO de posited in a bunk her in Xeelys nime has been attached and tOO he had in his possession when arrested A brickyard a cacao grove time value of which is undecided the prop citv of Necly have been attached Miincic Ind May II C r W Xee ly wns called upon at the home of his sister and the rep rtoil confession of Mr Itich was read to him Mr Xeely refused absolutely to make n state ment further than to say there must be a mistake ISich is one of Mun ritV leading hI1I1t1I a sonin law of Joseph A Goddard wholesale gioecr and for several years was a traveling salesman and also was see niary of the Indiana Traveling Mens Protective association Kieh has nl ws been an intimate friend of Xec lyV rnil secured his appointment in Ilt Cuban postal department through yrcly They were extensively nsso eatei together in business enter priscs Havana May 11 Poslage stamps lo the value of have been recov ered lysecret service agents as the results of information furnished by tilt lila Ii who lets confessed to guilty knowledge of the postal frauds It is estimated that tin shortage will not be move than SHMOOO Washington May I IlmlllrBIICOII introduced a resolution in till senate on Kriihiy calling ir- a thorough investigation and re port to the senate of all moneys re inI1I1I11eXIlIlh1 in the island of Cuba by tho rnitcil riliites military niul civil authorities until April ItSSi Col George H Burton of the in spector generals department has nr riicr fom Havana and had a ton ference with war dcpartiuiMit ofliciuls Friday afternoon Col Burton is the officer of the inspector generals de partment who detected the postal frauds in the Cuban service in ton nection with Charles IuV Xeely now tinder arrest Col Burton spent half an lunar in jlosc conference with Secretary Root nail then paid his respect to Adjt lien Corbin some of the other otlicials ot the department lie brought with him documentary evi dence touching tilt postal frauds and is Secretary liool was not able for luck of time t n go oer the papers ho took them with him to tho cab jOel meeting for their consideration Til Burton then said that he had nothing to communicate to the press regarding the matter under invest iration ind lie felt that it would uuiprunr rr him to talk at this stage sue to the officials of the govern ment I wished it understood that up to the time he left Havana the in quiry into the postal frauds had been conducted by himself and the United States postal authorities had nothing to do with it It is eXIKcId that the state depart meat will take part in the extradition proceedings in the Xeely case assuming that the New York author ities are disposed to honor Gen Woods demand for the nilrender of Xeely The act iiu1 warrant of stir render toast be ifsued by lie state depart men t and in some instances ho department has undertaken to pss judgment upon the iiiestion as to whether a piima facia ease had been established sufficient to warrant the granting of tin reipieM lu view of the official character of the in vestiga t ion in Xeely s ease however it5is said that the departments nc tout will be purely formal Hundreds lIng Dnllr London May l1hue Bombay car respondent of the Times says The cholera continues to rage in the Cam ine camps There have hn 400 deaths in three days at Mnndivec anil so nu merous Ire the eases at Godra that it impossible to collect t the bodies These lie for days in the tHin The piople have tltdalld can not be in duced to return A similar state of thugs prevails nt Broach He Killed the Widow Sparta Wis May tt Klmor Ben jamin aged 20 chat and killed Mrs Kmma Priest a young widow on the street Benjamin accused Mrs Priest of alienating the affections of his father from his family consisting of a wife two daughters and himself Benjamin surrendered to the ciauthori lea Aincrlcnn 1n limo Tnrned Over Paris May 13The United States pavilion on the Rite des Nations was formally handed over to the exposi tion authorities Saturday afternoon The ceremony was favored by hall tiful weather and attracted u very large assemblage Itcnomliintcd for tungress Kansas City Mo May l3t In dependence Saturday Hon Win S Cowherd of Kansas City was reiiom iuntcd for congress by acclamation by the democratic convention of the Fifth district Fatally Shot hr n Wciinnn Bristol Tcnn May 11coltin Mc Millan a man of family was fatally shot by Ella Odier at a disreputable house in Bristol The woman tired fly pistol shots two of which took effect Odier and two of her women companions are in jail llorroned Fifteen Jlillluns New York May flIt is reported in Wall street that the Pennsylvania railroad has borrowed 15000000 in the local market for one year at 4 per cent with the lirhilege of re newal Tito Men Xow In Jail Chicago May 14A scheme Ivjr which the city of Chicago has been de frauded out of sums aggregating 200000 has been unearthed and Clar dice M Wolfe anti George W Piggott of the water works department are now in jail charged with conspiracy Danastnr Sold for 11OOO New York May 13 Banastar the winner of last years Brooklyn Handi cap was sold for 11000 to Craig W Wndsworth of the Genesce Vnlley Hunt club Banastar tina the prop rrty of the kite Win II Clark r rJ J 1 ity 1 7 v GOT AWAY IN SAFETY Boers Took All Their Guns Etc When They Left Kroonstnd tinny of Ilir rurrcxpnitilrnl nl lbs Iriinl Aniniiiiirr Tlini tlic AVnr is Irnrtlrnlly Ovrr CtV- Riruuu Gen Huller London Miy IITh news of the orriiputiim of Kroonstnil by Lord Itolirrls itboilt resistance causes great rejoicing lucre Altbiiiigli time troops marched 10 miles they were ill cxffllcnt form on entering time town Tlu union jack was hnistrd in tba niMkct place by Mrs Lotkhrad tho American wife of a Scotchman Tim liners lure now trekking lo the Vaal cmutrenehuiuigC tin town and dispatched a force to cut the line The project succeeded Into at night lout unfortunately after Ihi departure of tbr List train The arrival of Lord Kobcrts vni liniliil with enthusiasm hnil tilt Itrilisli inhabitants Three hundred Free Staters were anxious to surren tIer The bridge to the south hall not been destroyed butt the large bridge pear tin town hall been demolished The Irish brigade with the federals burned the goods shed According to hi townspeople many of them were drujikII that time Iloers lund been reinforced by 1000 mIll from Natal lost Friday and that altogether 10000 men with 20 guns made nn ineffectual stand at lltiselm minI They hall elabo rate entrenchments in front of Kroon stash which offered great facilities for a rear guard action Their only tax iety however appears to have been to set away safely with all their guns nnd convoys which again they have successfully accomplished The few stores they were unable to carry away they burned President Steyn is represented ns having been frantic and as having kicked and cnfted the burghers after vainly imploring them to continue the fightThe war is practically over says the Daily Chronicles Kroonstnd cot respondent toil in less definite terms this is the view to he gathered from oil the correspondents They picture tin Uoers as utterly demoralized nnd disheartened by Lord lloberts unex pectedly rapid advance nail by his fa cue turning of the carefully prepared positions of the Hoer Kxpericnce has taught the critics to bo chary of accepting reports of Boer demoralization The Times says Tho signs point to military breakdown on the part of tIme Hoers butt after ex perience of the past we can not ac cept the reports of demoralization without reserve The game of war must be strictly played out to tim end Liudley the new Free Slate capital 45 tours southeast of KroonstadIii way to Bethlehem avid was prob ably selected as a convenient rendez tome for the commandoes now retir jug before Gen Hrabant and Gen Ilniidlo in the Tlmba XCIni district Hrahant has occupied Hoepelok half wayout the road from Thaba NChti to Jlhbrnllll There Is not a word of news ret ing Gen hullers movements or tilt far western side Nothing 1 known therefore of the progres the Mafeking relief column Maseru liafeutolaiid May 11 ish forces front Thaba XCIni Gen Kuiidlc nnd Jet Irahant ported to have advanced to colon n and IMatsburg A mando of Itocrs has Ime Koraiinaberg hills and is in readiness to meet the British hut the Boers are puzzled to know by which route the British will appear Cape Town May 1lt the closing of the volksraad Monday May 7 Pres ident Krugvr cried out God of the volksraad Shall this be the final act Xo If shall not God will be utter ciful and strengthen the right Ours is the rigId The president added tat hr hail documentary proofs of a devilish conspiracy to annihilate the republics MINISTERIAL CRISIS Spain Is Greatly Hxcltcd and the Coniitry In SRld to lie nn the Verge of n Herolutlon Madrid May 12Thue newspapers lucre arc discussing the existence of a ministerial crisis Precisely at noon the stores lucre were closed by the proprietors and dispatches from the provinces show that similar action was universal in till large towns No serious disorders have thus far been cautions have been taken in the pro several places The government has called out thi gendnrmie in Miiilrid and police pre cautions have been taken in the pro vincial towns At a cabinet council Senor Silvela the premier declared that he wished to respect all political opinions but to repress any attempt to disturb the trancjuility of the country hnnts Striving for Independence Accra Gold Coast May 12Serious reports arc current that the Ashantin nre determined to throw off the Brit ish yoke that they Inure secured the- Ioojrnlion of eight other vibes and that they are now able to raise 50000 uvauuiorsFnunliie uu llenorta Confirmed London May 1ln the house ot commons the secretary of state for India Lord George Hamilton Ion firmed the reports heretofore received of the excessive famine in India and the mortality therefrom ren unlit JInrders Ills Iniiill Komo May 12A peasant in a vil huge near Arexo during a sudden ut tack of madness murdered nine mem hers of his family and wounded sev eral others Before he could be over route ho had also burned to the ground n stable tilled with cattle Mr Crawford Uimenled Washington May 12Tue house by the very narrow marin of two votes unseated Mr Crawford of North Carolina t democrat auuuhseat ed in his place Mr Pearson of North Carolina Millers Forming n Pool Kansas City Mo May 1Orhie mil hers of western Missouri Kansas and Oklahoma are meeting in Kansas City in executive session in an endeavor to form a pool through which their output may bo handled Over 700 mil hers are said to be represented in the conferenceSDraw of Fifteen Ilouints New York Mny JAt the Her cules Athletic club Kid McKaddcn of 011UrooklJII cgC krvw f J Z I j HE MADE HER TIRED And Slit fir lIitui lii Unulerustand t Unch In n Mnl Mniinrr CmthntlcI Anythins WIDHK afrked thur lintel tlerfe of the New Y drummer vln hall jlllllt home from tlic west relates the IulTilu Cmiricr was thinking was tIn rrply I rode tlgirlIue J iit tell You didnt introduce yourself anil get her cinl in ret n nil Xo Xo irti uir trouble solicitously illjslullhl clerk Vell it wai tliis wav replied the tray eler as he braced up for the explanation She sit opposite me you know and I tried for an hour to catch her eye She simply nored and cured out of the window Then I rose and handed her a magazine but she declined with thanks Ten minute later I bought the latest novel out hut she said she didnt tare to read Then bought fruit hut he would accept none FOmI ignored me when I tried to draw her music Hut you persisted Oil yes That is I was about to make inollierattciupt to enter into conversation n the train etme to a halt at a town an11 the till beikoncd me over uas thcr in an instant and with the Mvcrtwt smile you ever mw he asked me if I would do her a Iight favor With all my heart I hastened to say el1ie saidcniimna even more sxvertly npio e you leave tine train her and take Ihnexl one that follows for you have made me dead tiledallli feel like taking n nap Good Rracfoii whispered the cler- kYeirpaitlthe drummer its he reached for a I gar anti want to go tip to my room sit and think and try and figure it out Perhaps its time lift the road and settled daw nut hom- ePnpovrd Alllfincr with Unprlnnd If the tnitrd States and Kngland should forma alliancetheconibined strength would le so great that there would be little chance for enemies to overcome us In a like man nero when men and women keep up their bodily treiith with Hostellers Stomach Hitter there if little chance of attack from disease The od time remedy rnrirhes tIre blood liuilii up the mturlcs steadies the nerves and increase the appetite Try it Thually Done How did they open the Paris exposition CJcorpc Ive the paper containiriK the ucount of it Why it was a simple and impressive ceremony Jooby tepped up ind Who is lobr JeorpeJ Ijooby is the president of the French republic Loobv walked up nail pushed away a paint ers adder and kicked aside a plasterer t hot and a pile of bricks and yanked a car penters horse out of tire way nail tore down the 1ositivcly Xo Admittance iaolun French of course and scraped a lot of sand and gravel stray from the bottom of the door and then pave the knob a yank ami tIre exposition was wide open Simple isa itlClcvelauud Plain Dealer SKI TO nIK AVAIIS A hanger lit hchitiil rooms and how lo Present It Owing to tIe satherinp ofso many dif ferent classes of persons therein the in tenor walls 01 churches schoolhouses hos repositoriesofdisease are taken These walls should always he coated with a clean and pure cement such as AlaUiftine which is disinfectant in its nature and more convenient to renew and retint than any other wall coating The first cost is no greater titan for inferior work while renewals are more easily andcheaply made r VllllnK to Show Km An honest young man who had escaped a great peril by an act of heroum was much braveryOne hare seen your feat Whereupon blushed and stammered and finally pointing to his pedil extremities aidcll here the be mUIIIiLouis GlobeDemocrat- Do Your Feet Aclic nnil Horn t Shako into your shoes Allens Foot Easn a powilerforthe feet Itmakes tight or ISew Shoes Feel Easy Cures Corns Itching SIcatlniieet I1SsIlenRecreation Have you had a vacation this summer r CavilJ asked Tenspot ell my wife took me to tire cemetery once to see the rave of her first husband Judge To Cure n Cold In One flay Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money iUfails to cure 15c redhatredrenuennberedDanruhle It reijuires no experience to dye with FAIIEIE mr Simply boiling your Roods In tho is all thats necessary sold by all druggist It sometime happens that a man of re sources is one who Pins ingenious methods of contracting liabilities Chicago Daily Xcws A II Stroud Granlville Oa wrote A priceless boon has been given the baby world lowdersThe henpecked husband finds small con aayImaybeHills hair and Whisker Dye 50 cents theirdehutsagaiuN V Ptts- 3IAltKIT nEIOUT Cincinnati May 12 CATTLE Common ti1 25 4 63 Select butchers 5 00 a 5 15 CALYKS Kxtras ff 700 HOGS Select packers 5 25 ft 3 30 Mixed packers 3 10 ti I 20 SHKKI Choice 4 60 C1 4 73 JAmSIlixtra 3 50 if S 00 KLOUK Spring pat 3 63 It 3 73jCOKXOATS Xo 2 iuilxetlu 2- 6RENn 2 jii 6- 1lAvClriujee timothy iHS 23 VSL1Hm Tlmh dairy 13Y 13 tYsAPILI8ChIOTATOICS Per brl 33 ji 30 TOBACCO Xcv o Cl 2 73 Old 123 jl4 00 CHICAGO FLOUR Win patent 3 fin ft 3 70 7lHfcXo3tH4OATSKYK Xo 2 31 VPOISK Y Mess tnr rill 30 LAUD Steam 6 7 if 6 S3 NEW YORK Omll patent 3 63 fJi 3 so iCOKXOATS Xo 2 mixed eu7R- YI if C- OrOUIC Mess 12 23 rMtl 00 LAUD Steam 7 23 ltAITIMORH lIOrU Wiii patent 3 63 6 3 85 WHEAT Xo 2 red fl1qz tIi Southern 67 rr 72 4014OAlSNoCATTLE First iiiial 4 43 f 4 75 HOGS Western 5 INDIANAPOLIS 5 00 WHEAT Xo 2 red 71 CQRX Xo 2 mixed 30 J OATS Xo 2 mixed fJ 26 LOUISVILLE FLOUR AVin patent 4 25 t 4 50 WH EAT Xo 2 red 72 COKX Mixed ti 42 1 OATS Mixed fa 26 POR1C Mess 13 tn LARUSleiu 5 2 STATe or Onto CITT or TOLEDO Ltcas CorsTv Frank Cieney makes oath that he is the Knior partner of the unit of V Cheney Co doing business in tire city of Toledo County State aforesaid anti that saul firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dol sirs for each nnd every case of catarrh that cannot be cum1 bv the me of hails Catarrh nre F1A X K CH KN KY- iSivorn to before me nail suWribcd in my presence this Gth day of December A D CLKASOXiHalls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and lucia directly on tire blood and mucous ur faces of the svMrnt Send for testimonials- frre K J CilKXKY tt CO Toledo O Sold bv tK 7V Halls Iamily Pills are the lest UitrnlfltlnnP- iicli oMttation never aw in my life declared Mr Xusset of Dawson City after her return fi jm nurch on Easter Sunday What was it iny dear asked tug get who hail remained at home Why that odious Sirs Placer had her new bonnet fctooiicd with string of dried beans In lli Intm Country of Northern Illinois Wisconsin Minnc iota and Michigan there are hundreds of the most Summer Resort await injr the arrival of thousands of tourists from tire South and Mist FoLakeOconomowoc Palmyra The Dells at Kil littlefurthertenac White Hear Minnetunka and Mar quette on Lake Superior For piniplilet of Summer Homes for 1900or for copy of our handsomely illus IkeCountryaddress with four cents in postage Gco II 0dColonyLnwcteonu Frlmnaitip I want to say to you roared the red faced passenger that I am a friend to the Ilocr all the time ellsaid th Iim passenger who was in 1 corner of the ear where Us tcndnt escape I hadnt thought much about it hut if yon are with them I am sorry for them myself IcdijiwpoU Press On Xsht o O nvrr Via Chicago Union Pacific XoilbWrst cm Line tolorado Special heat es Urn a gi 1000 every morning arriving Ucnvtr 20 the next afternoon Colorado S riig aud Minitou same evening Xo change of cars All mens in Dining tars Another fast train at 1030 P M Daily Xcw hook Col fourjtern 193 St Wells St Station To Win Vnilylnc Vnmr- Kom day to shift the small boy to an carthil romebody will introdiue a fenceless baseball jorfc and hit fame will last forever Pittsburgh Times Carters Ink Is the Best Ink magic hut no dearer thin tire poorest Has the largest sale of any ink in the world How was Admiral Dewey naval rank reduced when he got mairied He he came Sirs Deweys second inatergonaut I do not believe Pios Cure for Consump tion has an equal for coughs and colds John F Boyer Trinity Springs lad Feb 15 1000Be to ome people and they with at imptudentAtchiton C IIA ei- f5WlLLt3 As ChildLJLMTEETHINA Relieves ofCosts Queen Who TO THE least TilE MkSNEWS INK for Dally aerviceNe- wlinotaI1ock ILRO FortQlOufta Buuttet ltbrarvsmokthg reclining char curs dining can unclcrslzoed torn Tlcturos Motes EnRouto lllsistrat tineas window Tickets agents connectluj Vcmc3go 3 35O UNION MADE Wortl4toS6comparedIndorsed 1000oGo veutrers- TheUeituin Istamped n3mc bottom claimed dealer 1atte themil andcIcarriage leather sad tIwI BrKktoa In 4Years anlndependencelsAssured upvourbOmeIn plenty pamphlets BlTlnz experiences farmers vbo wheat reports delegatis reduceS railway had application Immigration Department InteriorOttaws Canada address Underslffr- teJ Wilt aliases PEULEv Snntof CAVIJN SplcitlelU UOLME3 IcdlauavoUs 424L 4S 4S THE HEALTH OF YOUHG WOMEN Them Helped Sin FlnTchom Read their Letters DaAn3InaPncuumszIamsIxteen- years old and am troubled with my monthlysickness It is very irregular occurring only in two three months and also vety painful suiter with cramps and once ins while- pain strikes me in the heart and have drowsy headaches there anything you for me will gladly follow your advice Jltss MARY GOMES Aptos Cal July 31 PIXKIIAM 1603 DEARMB3 1 Alter receiv iagyourletterSbegan the ofyour remedies taking both Lydia Pink hams Vegetable Corn pound and Blood Purifier regular every month and no pain Your medicine is the best that any suf fering girl talceNiss MAB GoMC3 Aptos Cal July 1S09 Nervous and Dizzy DRAB Mrs PINKIIAM wish express my thanks to you the great benefit have received from Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Corn pound suffered constantly from ribc sideache had chills nerrona and dizzy had tried different kinds medicine but they failed entirely After taking three bottles ofVegetable Compound and three of IJlood Purifier I amall right cannot thank you enough for what your remedies have done fo- rme5lms 5IAT1LDA JKSSUX BCJC Ogdensburg Wis June 10 1899 SavethsLabels frsefurtbentSHIRES 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Cough SITUP Tiztnt Good Ves In limo Sold by dnitezista CONSUMPTION A N KE 1813 VIIEN WRITISU 10 tDVERTIERIpicnic RtUt hat jon saw lbs 44crUic- Sleat in liii paper to b r1 J isvrt fnk 11OWINtfSVLLE OUTLOOK aOUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO t OWINGSV1LLK KY PER YEAR IN ADVANCE er ANNOUNCEMENT tForAppellate Judgo of the Seventh r7Appelinto District of Kentucky 1 aura ca didtito for Judge of- rtheCourt of Appeals from this j district subject to your action Election November 1900 Eu C OUEAU Y MAY 17 1900 jReEp NEELY is an eely f lIe had nearly reached 5L Canada when he was arrested TDE Cubun newspapers are stu diously PHwing woodand saying r nothing about the Neely scandal TIlE U S Supieme Court will nut give out its judgncnt on the EItd Kentucky election caecsf 1cunt nctMonduy May 21st ITilElul City streetcar em l ployes are nUo on a strike If they tS had waited unul July 4th they toto could hnvc given tlo Bryan party un object lesson t JIM IIowAun the Clay county 1cudist hy coming nnd surrender ing clr rather knocked out the a Geobelite theory that he is guilty tiftbe ajSatsJnnlion i 0 t MAYSVIILE KisUlith the p t procession A young lady of St IS4ttIs 11138 cluim to SOO acres of the town site under sonic old deed pat ent or other Its a mighty poor 4 that hasnt hud a claimant to 1citJ very best purt of the site =oJ COL JIM JEFFIUES again knocked 4 yCiii Jim Corbet oift and retained I s S i the championship Curbutt put up a perfectly scientific light until he received the fatal blow in the twen t tvthird round Col CurLett mustS 9 Jnilaccept the inevitable and be lClUtent with Ins back numbership Jut ho WHS a boss in bis day 4 Tun heroworship that Admiral 1 DeweyhttS been experiencing at the 1trinu cities whose guest he has r to be worth vastly more to him thnny applause he could l to gain in politics for the is a genuinp outpouring ttXIlct hearts of the people while I would as often as not r elfseeking roino rllm political selfishness and LABGC quantities of gold arc go ing from the United States to Eu rope though financiers havent yet expressed any fears in regard to the movement Gold had become J so plentiful as to be somewhat of a A drugon the market but Europes financial complications call for iJarmrequanities of the yellow met c export movement is lik4y to continue during the sum- timer THE Fusion Populist national convention at Sioux Frlls S D nominated Wm J Brynn for Pres i ident by acclamation and Chits A Towne the Silver Republican for Vice President Now if the Knn tillS City convention was a real Jef r fcrsonian Democratic gathering it Jwould leave Bryan to run on the Populist ticket and nominate a real Democrat on u genuine Democratic platform JutES N KirnoE of Maysvllle4 ioe ms to have a walkover for the Grtebclito Congressional nomina ri finn in this dietrct He is ariorig iwil Gu bti man and stands for the j Music Ilnll convention the atternp I ted theft of the State offices and all f sorts of Goebelism The people oughtnt to have any tUlflculty in choosing the right wan to vote against pC TDK MidRoader Populist na Ltional convention at Cincinnati itqiomnuted Barker and Donnelly for f nnd Vice President rea T t fZpeNielrh y are the real e thinK in u Populistic way and are Sthe only ones worthy of much re fpect in n political way because stand for their ber up firmly liefs and principles and are not willing to barter all for office 1s SOME of the socalled renegade 5 r newspapers are not faring so badly in the matter of public printing The Louisville Dispatch was made tho official city ndvertieing organ iancL3laynrDuncan1of Lexington a made the Herald the same in that city although he held up the ap T1ointtnentfor a considerable while r in order to give the Goebelltes an opportunity to establish an organ I THE Senate defeated the amend 1 ment to the Naval bill providing 43 fur the building of an armorplate plnt Now maybe Congress will provide for the purchase of the needed armor It is better to he t fkinned by the two ingrate armor making companies who have be i4enme rich through protective tar iff than tobe whipped nail hurnii- i4j ottd by some foreign power THE Neely Cuban scandal promises to involve a good many politi cianRpopsiblyomo high up in lIFc position Of course Neely may not be guilty though the news di v patche make it appear that he is but it is no more than manyob d pervitnt people have expected as a repult of adding or extending even a temporary protectorate over ter ritory distant from our shores Nothing else cnn be expected so F jlong aa true Civil Service Reform 1x f is stifled in the house of those who 2S should be its friend and the spoilsman with a pull and no moral a1 qualifications and often no suffi cient fitness otherwise is given ot hiszimportant reason why eo many C thoughtful people oppose the pres ent phase of expansion po 5a cid1J s s2 SfS j5j 6 J lf il Sy- i- SS = x = = SOMETHINGNEWI aIn addition to the incst complete stock of EVER KEPT IN KY 1 HAVE ADDED AN UPTO DATE STOCK OF JYou get ncv and the latest up to the minute I can surely save you money as I am at less expense than any one engaged in this business Sell for CASH ONLY can afford to sell you at less profit Give me a call before you buy GIL L ON Old Stand Main St GEN luniKKTS has pushed the liners out of Krnonstadt the tem porary capital of till Orange Fne State which leI the war corns pondent to think the beginning of the ond of the war hits conic It is well to not be too certain about thlltIthe trusts are not in such a hour ishing why It will be a good thing if they are battered until they dis integrate and restore the wholesome competition under which alone the consumer can have u chance to conic into his own BKTANI9U is not Democracy there is nothing vital in it that is not Populism pure neil simple and after this election he will be dropped by the Democracy and those who believe in Populism will come to us So Enid a MidIlonder Populist at Cincinnati last week ZUlU he is not far wrong TUESDAYS dailies give reports to the effect that the Neely scandal is growing in importance and involv ing many persons in Cuba Post master Thompson of Havana has been suspended two employes ar rested and six others about to be TIme principals seem to bo all ludi anians that is Neely Itathbone Thompson and others FOUK yeas ago there was not n single one of these rampant Dem ocrats except Senator Morgan per haps who arc now whooping it up for expansion that wouldnt have opposed intensely the present phase of expansion They dH kick vigorously against the Hawaiian steal Now they pretend that the present phase of expansion is Democratic and according to Jeffersonian ideas They cant cite either a Jeffcrson inn or Democratic precedent that matches it or resembles it THE Neely scandal hit the Ad ministration in a particularly tender spot and it seems disposed to let no guilty one escape It is re ported that E G Kathbone Drec tor General of Posts in Cuba will bu put on the cooling hoard be cause ho was the responsible head under whom the frauds were per petrated Maybe a deal of good will come from the scandal and possibly the spoils sentiment in the Civil Service will receive a well de served cheekS- TATEMErTS were made to the Senate in executive session last week that the United States gov ernment is the owner of a secret process by which shells for naval guns can be made to penetrate any ship armor made in the world It is proposed on that account to de fer making contracts for the armor necessary to complete the ships building and authorized Since it is only our navy and not any pos sible enemy that will use these shells there is no reason for leaving our ships unarmored against the shells already used by the foreigners A DISPATCH says Turkey has or dered contracts to bo made with for eign builders to renovate eight of her old ironclad ships That sounds like a defiance to the United States over the collection of the mission ary claims Turkeys navy is in significant still to attempt to col lect the claim by force would cost the United States in time millions and possibly involve the nation in complications with other European powers Therefore the prospect is that the other nations with whom Turkey has long played delinquent will be able to give Uncle Sam the merry ha hal over the failure of his vaunted uptodate diplomacy The Turk is a Tartar the very cream of tartar also tartaric acid and turlnr emetic ST Louis had hilarious strike of the streetcar employes last week and things were fast enough con sidering that Chicago alleges h constitutional slowness against thp Mound City A bystander didnt sympathize with either side was killed bya pistol shot As- usual the union strikers abused power by trying to prevent the nonunion men from taking the places of the strikers Justice requires that to be unqualifiedly condemned The union as u political and moral force to secure labors just dues is eminently proper but as a physical force to compel mat ters byre ort to lawless violence it wrongs organized society and should not be tolerated in that re ppect The nonunion mens rights arc as important as the unions grievances BLOODY BRIDLES WAITE was one of the justly celebratedcharac ters at the Cincinnati Populist con vention but ha ran against some worse Tartars than himself lIe was provoked into saying Dnt- he South because Alabama didnt stand solidly by her own man How ard for the tion and then be had to do the literal crawfish act smelling the Lists of an Alabamian opposed to Inward and a Mississippian whoI misconstrued the remark and chain pioned the South on general principles Waite attended a meeting there and made an address on theI Womans Suffrage question He said so far as the general effect ofI Womans Suffrage in Colorado wasI concerned he couldnt say but pol itics there was as bad as it could be anywhere and he intimated that shoes and chewing gum hodI become legal tender at election times yc 34fj ic ik1 0 1fif Jf i tta I LADIES MISSES CHILDRENS MENS and BOYS SHOESOWINGSVILLE CORRE Moores O ENCEI Mrs Mary Mnrkwull of Salt Lick visited Mrs Sibhio Mclonald Saturday inIMrs Anna Shront is no better Mrs John Otis is improving slowly Mrs Sibbio McDonald has changed for the better Sliorburne Mrs Dick Vice is very ill We have an epidemic of In grippe and candidates at this time Frank Hcndrix purchased of Jas House several fat hogs at 4e Mrs Dr T B Vice arrived home Saturday from a three weeks visit to her parents in Louisville Dr A S Robertson attended the meeting of the State Medical Society at Georgetown last week Midland City Rain badlyneeded Richard Thompson is seriously ill with ihniut trouble David Evans made a lying trip to Morehcad Saturday Winters broke and Old Sol i getting in good tune at present What has become of Howards Mill and Judy Conic again we miss you Win Todd of Hillsboro visited his daughter Mrs Thins Dcnton the latter part of last week James Kendall our clever South ido correspondent paid u visit to friends here the past week and made sonic fine music on his banjo His presence was greatly appre ciated Come again Jim Craigs Bees seem to be doing well We think we need rain but the Lord knows best heavyfroststrees Robert Shultz of near Bethel visited his brother Sam Shultz lat weekMrs Joseph Parker spoilt a few days the past week with Geo Par ker and wife near Licking river Joe Snedegnr of near Judywas the guest of his mother Mrs Me lissa Snedegar Saturday night and Shultz and wife attended church at Harpers schoolhouse Sunday afternoon to hear Elder Tinsley preach Licking Union M P Williams was at Grange City Saturday Aaron Fanning of Jessamine Co visited here last week W II Ham left Friday to visit relatives in Fleming Co Mrs Labnn T Carey of RowanL Co is visiting relatives weekMr and Mrs John Crosthwait of Rowan county attended church hero Sunday David Lagrew who is attending college at Lexington visited home folks Sunday Elbert Johnson and wife visited the latters father Turner Evans at Salt Lick Saturday and Sunday We viould say to the boys of this neighborhood If you must get drunk on Sunday you had best stay away from the church house In his way to Yule Saturday oSlder Parker performed the cere mony which annie W M Downs and Miss Mnry Belle Harper hus band and wife at the residence of T C Ragland Grange Cltv Very dry here we are needing rain badly Mrs J W Willroy is quito low with la grippe Several attended court at Ow ingsville Monday The sick are Improving The grip is about done Alf Vice and daughter of Okla visited relatives here Friday The fire has changed the town and makes it very lonesome look Hath county boys with their best girls visited the ruins of the fire Sunday Walker hull and wife of Balm visited her fattier and sisters Sat urdayand Sunday- J T Atchison and wife and Mrs W C Jackson of Wyoming were here shopping Saturday Mrs J Campbell of Georgetown accompanied by Miss Nira Denton of Ilillsboro was a pleasant caller here Saturday Mrs Al Rawlings two grandchildren went to East Union to via it her daughter Mrs Sopher and attend the hat show and services that place Jess Barber Dr Reeves John Dawson nnd Sam Estill of Wyoming were here on business Friday and made good hands fighting fire We thank them and all the rest that helped lf06r t1 Clothing Ms Furnishing Goods and Notions everything consequently JAMES rellidentialnomina SundaySam ingSeveral Dothol Dr Judy nnd wife spent several days in Millcrshurg Miss Annie Wilson is in Lexington Viiitiligrelatives Drs Stone and Lotion attended the Medical Association meeting at Georgetown lust week Mrs Susan Hazelrigg wo lire ugllinGMonda3forweeks with her sister Mrs Lauer Charles Wilson nnd wife Miss Mittic Wilson and Mrs Will Rain went to Mt Sterling Thursday shopping Dr Davis returned home from Louisville Friday He left his wife htehnsNaylors Branch J T La th ram sold a cow to Sam Lnthram for 10 It is very dry and we are need ing rain very badly The frost lust week did consider able damage in this community George II Goodpaster and fami ly lire all poorly with In grippe 1 T Lnthram bought a horse of George II Goodpaster for 100 Gorge Lnlhram lost by death a IcyloseJohn W Norris and wife visited their soninlaw Ed Hart Saturday night and Sunday J B Lalhram and wife visited WrolllingSlIturday Your scribe visited W T Lath raw Saturday night and Sunday and attended church at Wyoming The trustees lire weatherboard ing and painting the Naylor school house John M Coyle boss workman T J Jones of Owingsville pur chased the following crops of to cropJHgrscman and Odd Manleyat 7c of J W Barber and Odl M an ley nt Gc of J W and J L Berber iit GAc und Mis Matilda Coyle a tie Crooks tSMrs Ed Green is very low with consumption Preaching at Sugar Grove the fourth Sunday Will Holder of Bourbon Cvhs ited here last week There will be preaching at Ken dulls Spring next Sunday Bill Clnrk of Montgomery Co visitedat B F Mulders last week fBorn Thursday May 10th to Richard Crnycrnft and wife a girl Charles Hughes is up from Lexington to stay two or three weeks E A Bashford and Martin Irwin visited nt Olympia and Suit Lick SundayT Collins spent the past tWo weeks with his family at Ma rion Ohio Mrs Maggie Hart is very low and is not expected to survive many days Your scribe is in bed with an at tack of grip consequently we are short of items Mrs Mattie Ball and little son Colon North of Saunders Ky via lied Mr and Mrs Win E Houston several days the past week Born May 8th to Billie Carmi clad and wife a boy It died the 12th and was buried at tho Frame graveyard We extend sympathy to tho parents Salt Lick Winfield Scott spent Sunday a Killgore Several from here attended court in Owingsville Monday David Lagrow came up from Lexington Friday to spend u week nt home George Kennedy Clarence Clay ton and J B Warren ot Farmers were in town Sunday Thurston Roycc returned Mon day from a weeks visit to friends and relatives in Cynthiana Salt Lick is getting to be the champion bicycle town in Eastern Ky The club now numbers 24 Emmett Fratrann representing tho Van B Nelson Clothing Co of Louisville called on our merchants Monday The moonlight supper given by the Ladies Missionary Society of the Methodist Church at Mrs Will Dickersons Saturday night netted 665 Ben Knrrick met with quite a severe accident last Friday While hauling tan hark he accidentally slipped and in falling struck on a tree stump 0 splinter from which penetrated his eye to the distance- of an inch and n half Fortunately the sight was not destroyed Dr Pierce removed the splinter He is reported to be resting fairly well and the chances are that his sight will not bo permanently impaired j 4 LL k i r Forgo Hill Still dry in this section T J Clark and wife visited rel atives on Flat Creek last week Marion Reynolds of Lewis Co is visiting his sister Mrs Lewis Bailey Mrs Viola Stnton nnd daughter Pearl of Preston visited relatives here Sunday Miss Etflc Ulery who has been ill with inflammatory rheumatism is slowly improving Mrs I B Williams daughter and two sons left Thursday to join her husband at Nosha Mo Mrs Lida Donohew Mrs Carrie Myers and little daughter Jessie f Peeled Oak spent Saturday and Sunday here Mrs Chris Garner and Mrs Joe Parker of Jessamine county vera the guests of Mrs T U Whitting tot dturdayKnob Lick Cool and dry Corn is coming up nicely Redhorse are on the rillles There have been two frosts lately There was a nice attendance at Sundayschool There have been very few fish cuught this spring The ore company hums shipped several cars tiC ore the vast week JnP Anderson Is still hauling logs They have over 500 logs on the yard There is still some corn to plant The ground is getting so hard it is nearly impossible to plowiClark Crouch has been putting up the machinery to commence sawing in a few days for the Roes Run Co Jas Kendall stopped a little while with us on bio way from the burial of George Roberson Jim is an entertaining talker aa well as writer Come again Jim- My old friend John B Lane spent the night with me John hats lost none of his old time fond ness for a joke and fun John in nil sincerity says the principles of Populism are in nilva ace of either of the old pirties o reform hut claims he wants o see tin SIC re- t forms through the Ielnocralicpar us advocated by Inpilists that lilt Populist party iweuk and itI ill bo So 1ilig Iii fun they IFurt anything that we should in trust to the Dfiiiicrnts the power to bring about those reforms which lie rrallldjIc1mili tiro in advance of the old parties Now in fair lIe1alltlll isk this question Does n stream rise higher than the fountain head does n mnn ever cense t do evil ton soon or com mence thong good to soon Those being undisputed facts what excuse has a man to continue in the wrorizi The same excuse we will hetomake in the linnl tiiitl before an impartial tulgethiut we have sinned knowingly and wickedly and we might further add malic iously because they would hold to their old antiquated parties if it turned their wives and children on the highways to beg Men be men study well the principles of the great political parties apply nil the tests and see which one represents the plain common people Moorefield Jo Garrett hits been quite sick with grip Miss Belle Crockett has returned from Cincinnati Miss Hackneys school will close Friday May 18th The late frosts have injured the gardens very much Cutworms are working on the corn doing much damage Little Miss Mary DEvans is visiting her uncle Bert Durham Dr Scudder preached a very able sermon in Union Church Sunday tMilton Thomas of Indiana visiting his sister Mrs Mary Howe The newly sheared sheep have suffered from the recent cold snap Jake Hopkins who hind been ill with grip is able to be nt his store againMrs W II Howe and daughter returned this week from a visit to IndianapolisThe Mrs Mary F Ramp tons property is advertised for the 17th of May- MrsThouuns Clark has been very illsince the birth of her bqhy a son firstborn Bro Tinsley wife andchildren of Owingsville visited Mrs Tins leys mother last week Severalcattle have died in this neighborhood disease unknown but supposed to be blackleg Mrs Lida McClain and dough ters Minnie and Lillian visited Mrs A WDurhuui the past week Thomas Blunt who was bruised considerably by his horse falling with him is able to be out again Mrs James Berry has purchased an incubator and brooder which has attracted many callers who are nterceted in poultry raising Mrs AWDurham made a short visit to friends in this vicinity as she went and came from a visit to her old home near Millersburg 1 Charles Edwards who was shot last winter while guarding the home of a Mr Emmont near Sherburne visited friends near here Thursday Milford Berry is putting new wire fence around his yard and erecting now stiles Perhaps he is tired of single blessedness nnd de sires to make his home attractive for some one else Stepstone John Firinan and son our log men are busy nt work again hauling logs II M Turley left Thursday for Preston to spend a while with his sun Jas D Our drummer came in home on time night train Wednesday and left again Monday V H Montjoy of Ewington was here visiting his sister Mrs B F Myers Jr Sunday R H Lane wife and daughter M las Kittie spent Saturday visiting relatives in Mt Sterling Thos Henry nnd wife left Tues day to spend several days with his fatherinlaw at Olympia Isaac Karrick has gone to Salt Lick to haul ties with his team He left hero Thursday morning Manuel Smith und familyof Salt Well spent Sunday here with his sister Mrs John Karrick Sr Geo Conner left Saturday to visit his sister Mrs William Al lington near Thomson for a few daysMiss Jessie Forman the charm ing daughter of John Forman of Mt Sterling is visiting Thos II Steele here Mrs G S Utterback spent Monday Tuesday and Wednesday in daughterMrs Sanford Perkins wife and daugh ten of Mt Sterling Mr and Mrs F M Karrick of Salt Well were the guests of Ii C Mend Sunday Robt Lyons of Mt Sterling hat moved here He will live with his soninlaw Flies II Steile Uncle Bob we lire glad to see you with us f goodAsa Crouch treed n rabbit Mr Turhys large dend tree on S epstnne Ask him how he got it o it of the tree Asa what made you full Mrs Drusilln T le of Mr Ster ling was i ilillg11Ir daughter r Mr C B Reid and granddaughter Mrs B F Myers Jr Saturday to Ttiisday Mrs II M Turley and dliighter inaw Mrs G W Turley made a lying trip to Olympia Friday to see Robt Riigaii and other friends there Thy came buck time same day Miss Emma Kincrid who we learn hud another of her old throat attacks last Saturday has im proved so far as to bo able to be hauled to her uncle Geo W Kin caids where she spent last Wed nesday Our sick nre nil better as follows J L Williams is sitting up Miss Emma Kincaid is up anti about John Alexander Sr is about as well as usual Uncle Har rison is some better but not able to be about R H Lane we are sorry to say lost an old standby Old Bill but a week or two ago Mrs Lane drove him to Mt Sterling He took sick there nnd she had to leave him lIe died that night He was a family horse allover Wni Rngnn received a telegram from Olympia Wednesday morning calling him there as his son Robt who is visiting there took worse Ho was better by the time Mr R got there so he came back home the same afternoon lie said that he did not think Bob was long for this world II O Wood nnd wife who lied for some weeks been visiting at II C Meads here in hopes that it- would improve Mrs Woods health left for home Saturday with Mrs Wood in a very weak condition we are sorry to say They will arrive at home Thorntown Ind some time Saturdaynight The young people of this neigh borhood had a very pleasant day on the banks of Slate above the bridge Saturday It was a fishing party but there was very littleoth er fishing than what Cupid does with his little arrow But from the faces of all on the return they showed that the boys had done their best to please the ladies Isaac Karricks dog a large bulldog Harrison got into a fight with some other dogs and got torn up so badly that he got surly at home nnd bit his son Luther Wednesday afternoon and tried to bite Chins Campbell Friday at din ner nnd so scared the family of Mr Ks that they had him shot Friday afternoon He was n dan gerous looking dog I have noticed grandmother go ing so much lately to M F Wil sons that I asked Millard what was the cause of it He said she came and nursed the baby I said No wonder she was thereso much as there were two to nurse He said Oh she dont nurse any other than the boy baby an she said she didnt want anything to do with anything but what will be a man sone day t South Side The early corn is doing well in this neighborhood Green Sexton cut his arm bndly while trimming trees Well what has become of West End Fell in the creek we sup poseThe bicycle is now described ns the missing link between wings and shoes The rains are putting pastures in good shape for stock but not be fore they were needed If bloom counts and the frost had no effect the prospect for a good crop of all kinds of fruit fineWe had the pleasure of meeting the Knob Lick writer Sunday even ing lIe is uptodate in every re spectAdmiral Dewey gained fame as a cable cutter but he seems to lack the nerve to apply tIme nippers to apron strings Frenchburg has organized base ball club the second best in the State and will so be ready to chal lenge the world C II Kring a popular merchant of Yale has joined TOE OUTLOOK readers and will prosper during the year as a result of his action All the girls have got new hat in this community and look real pretty We poor widow women have to wear our old shakers for awhile yet The copious showers broke the drouth in this section and put growing crops in good condition The outlook for the farmer is more encouragingWe letter from the emigrating party stating they were it CarlinvilleII1und in two more weeks would he at their destination Sioux City Iowa THE OUTLOOK has the best corps correspondents of any paper in the State and we want to assure deIlightetlHousecleaning time has arrived and every housewife will have her hands full for several days yet- John will be too busy to go home to his meals for the same length of time West End while sick tooka whole Box of cartridges by mistake for capsules He claims that sonic of the boys changed the boxei purposely Anyhow the cartridg es gut him on his feet again Died May 12th George son aged near 70 He was an hoiest and upright citizen and leaves n large family and n host of warn friends to mourn his loss Inter ment at Lowci Suit Lick cemeterv West End our noted fisneruviK after exhausting all his minnow and worm bait tried a frog After baiting his hook with a froprtsumably and waiting patiently for an hour for u bite he looked and lo and behold saw the frog sitting on the bank by his side The one thing that strikes the traveler us he enters our city is the Scenery Tho gray tones of its colorings the rocks hills houses soil sky and its beautiful streams are all painted in grayish green and it assuredly looks its best not in the full glare of sunlight An exciting local option election was recently held over on Murder Creekand it went dry by 52 ma jority Preachers surrounded by women crowed the entrance to the polls nnd sang hymns and prayed all day It is sid that contests will be made alleging bribery ant it may go to tho Supreme Court Spring time is here gentle Annie the time of flowers and showers And ere long when old Sol pours his burning rays upon us lazy mortals the hornyhanded farmers can be seen turning the long black furrows followed by numerous crows in search of worms and bugs One half of the mail addressed Carringtou Ky goes to Covington Ky by mistake of the mail department It is a great butherment to each postmaster besides a great many letters get misplaced The general postmaster should investi gate the matter and make some changeCompliments of the season to all correspondents and the editorial staff Congratulations on the recent complications and best wishes for the future of TUB OUTLOOK which stands for freedom truth honesty and righteousness and b3 far the best paper in the country May great prosperity attend both paper and correspondents Married May 6th Mr Henry Goso and Miss Nettie Armitage of Frenchburg Cornty Judge Wm Taylor officiating The bride is the beautiful and talented daughter of Postmaster James Armitage The groom is the handsome County Clerk of Menifee Co and Jg very popular and wealthy We Join their many friends in wishing them a long and happy life An uninterested party asks us What is Goebelism anyhow Well Goobelism means to dlsfran chise the people of their liberty and freedom in other words a onesided counting machine It was imported into Kentucky byc one William Goebel and will bo kicked clear off of this continent byan outraged people It cant live among a free a peopleS d I it Married May lOtfa Mr Reuben Craig and Miss Rosa Johnson olilciatiegTheJohn Craig The bride is the beau tifuj daughter of Jeff Johnson 1 10IIndsailing through the troubled seas of hfe TIlE MAX WHO SMOKES He fills the house just full of smoko Which dims our eyes with tears He never cures how much we choke As oer his pipe he sneers The women folks they scold Just right But he thinks he knows best stovepipeAnd cigarAndlIe always knows where matches are And smoko the walls all jet He throws his matches on the floor And spills the ashes out If ho would only smoke outdoors Then we for joy could shout A man who smokes that ugly weed Has something else to don But then no lesson will ho heed He smokes like smokestacks do thoughEveryThe mon they eraokeand smoke No matter what we say SCHLEY SharpsDurg Some farmers are planting their corn over lion Dan Harper of Prickly Ash was here Saturday gardens c Misses Bettie and Laura Witberstwere in Mt Sterling Friday Vf H Warner of near Owings IcyiJ yule was a visitor here Wednesdays rJ K Triplett sold to Capt Gil lispio his wool at 20 and 23c per Ib Miss Lutie Burbridge of Mt Sterling was a visitor here Sun day- Will Smothers sold to Sam Mof fett last week a nice 700lb beef at 4c Bob Stewart of near Reynolds ville was here Wednesday on bus iness John C Wood and Walter liar per of Mt Sterling jvero here Sunday Mrs H Clay Triplett who has been poorly for some weeks is re ported better- S T Howard and wife were vis a itora nt Jacob Warners Sunday ca and Monday Mrs Will Smothers and Miss Lena Howard were In Mt Sterling shopping Thursday Miss Gotia Boyd of near Judy spent last week with her brother C C lloyd near town Mrs C F Browning and Mrs nines Shanklin were visitors ut Mt Sterling Thursduy Shurl burg and vicinity were well represented the b innet show Jl yt Union Church Sunday r5 Will Cassidy and Joe Fields cf near Carlisle visited relatives near town Saturday and Sunday Joel Fesler of Mt Sterling and Mr Loots of Lexington were hero Thursday looking for some goodShorses E Editor Nelson informs the writer that the first edition of the Sharps burg World since the fire will be gsjed on Friday May 25thSIt is reported here that J W Lane of Bethel had set three acres of tobacco last week but the con tinued dry weather bad killed it Porter Jett and sister Mrs Sal lie A Scott of near luddells MillsSBourbon county were the pleasant T r gusts of tIme family of S 1 How ard Monday Albert Moffett and family of tnear Millersburg visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday He re ports a good rain last week and some tobacco setSCONTINUED OX KIKST PAGE The very finest The ne plus ultra The creme do la creme Thats HAR PER Whiskey in three languages Sold by J W Lane Owingsville Ky PALACE BARBER SHOP C P nANN Prop Owingsville Ky rhave moved to the one door from O C Harris meatstore r where you will always find sharp razors and clean towels I solicit your patronage 42 A Free Trip t Paris Celuola penoniof aoutiianlcal orlaYwUremiad gooduUrrudnprntnTho KECOUD Baldaon T 5 For a Good Shaue OR FIRSTCLASS HAIRCUT OB SHAMPOO ao TO THE ShopICo Special attention paid to clean i lug and trimming ladies and chil 4lti drens hall Work tone at your house if desired ROBERT JOHNSON SPRING 1900 TREESI PLANTS VINES I Everything for orchard lawn and garden The largest stock in Ken tacky of Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape vines Strawberry plants Asparagus Rhubarb and goods or dinarily grown In such an establish ment General Nursery and Straw catalogues to be lid on appli to H P HIIOEXMEYER Lexington Ky The Outlook and Daily Evening Post 385 1s- 1