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PIRBT Dentist located over J M Richarts store Offi- cehenflto12am lto5pm Last week was fullblown sum mer up till Saturday when it re verted to late spring making beat ing fires a comfort Dont buy your Sweet Potato Plants until you see our fine beds of all kinds at a low price PCRRT BROTHER A largo number of Confederate veterans and others from this town and county are going to attend the Louisville Confederate reunion See the bargains in h fdimities that I am oe r know I can please you MRS D S Isrtit This latest cold snap must be belated blackberry winter Any later winter will Justly be resented and FO the Weather Bureau had better beep it back FOR RKKT 250 acres of woodT 4land and old fields for pasture t m1rgwiteriingood fence Acr u1I t1i lptIto II BOSE Rex IKON Co Wm White Irns rented of Mrs Julia Raglnnd the IJOUKO and tot on Covlo street known ae the Drinkanl property Mr and Mrs White will go to housekeeping there Tobarcft Grower if you want to know of a process guaranteed to keep your tobacco free of worms write for free information to Hillis Bros McFali Mo COTTIKG SCRAPH Jo Ewing of color slashed Wallace Power in the side with a knife Tuesday at the brickyard Jo was held over to Circuit Court his bond being fixed at 200 He was placed in jail Get prices on the Champion Mowers and Malta Double Shovel Plows and Cultivators at Eugene MinibanB Utf MERE DAKMES Tho sky corn IsilJced weeping Friday night and continued it till some time Satur day It was too heavy fora dew and aot heavy enough to call it a shower However it cme Into the verylittlehelps class Thats right Brother 8c Good palter have the facet beds of Swcet Potato Plants this springthey have over had OaKay30tb Decoration day the friends and relatives of those buried at the Purvis graveyard will xaeet at 2 oclock there and deco rate the graves Rev Wm Moore will preach to the assembly My stock of drew goods is new and stylish And I will not be undersold by anyone MRS D S EsntL Tux DBoora Too drouth is still pinching severely in the cen tral section of the county from east to west Oats meadow and spring sows clover are doing BO good There Is not enough moisture in the ground to bring up the late planted corn Some have planted com the third time Early potatoes are a bad stand and garden stuff lii at a standstill FOK REST Good blue grass and timothy pasture with plenty last ing water Calves and yearlings 80 cte per month cattle f150 per aothi horses and mules fl75 Apply to foreman at the mines ROSE RPX box Co To DESTROY Cur WORKS Mr Willis G Johnson Maryland State Entomologist has issued a special circular of instructions for the dei etruction of noxious insects For the tobacco cut worm Mr Johnson advises the making of a mush com posedof fifty pounds of bran two quarts of molasses and one pound nfparfs green The worms like this swee substance and will eat Itinprefereceto the plants A little of the mixture put at each tobaeeo Mil a few days before the planteare set oat will draw the worms out of the grbBBd ad kilt thgm Loaisville Weeds I c Ih r L CURTAINSitDONT FAIL TO SEE THEM GOODPASTER COONS COMPANY The famous Red Bermuda Sweet Potato Plants just right to trans GoodpastersMay PATIHARCII DEAD Uncle Arch Day who was probably the oldest citizen of Maytown died at his residence at that place on Tuesday night at the advanced age of 87 years lIe was the father of quite- a large family and several grown JudgeFrankJohn and Jeff Day of Maytown Hazel Green Herald If you have never had ono of the stallion J S Browns colts consult parties that have for size style end action DR GWCoxxxB DECORATION The Thomas Clark Post No 8G G A R will observe Decoration day May 30th at the Old Fields burying ground near Olympia There will bo dinner on the ground They invite everybody to join with them in observing the day The Post will assemble at the Preston pike bridge over Slate Creek at 9 oclock a m and march to the grounds Why is it that one of the get of J S Brown sold in the fall of 1899 for 280 when EC runny horses bred byother stallions sold for less thanI 100 Simply because the get of J S Brown have the size style and shape Die G W COKNEU PARTIAL Tc BACCO SEASOS The rAin Friday night was heavy in parts of the county waking a to Iiacco cQRon from south of Rey nnldsvitle north over the rest of the county White Ok Creek was gtnrtai to running The heavy ruin extended to WJ ruing In the central section of the county it barely laid the dust while south of Preston it was again heavy Lick ing river came down past fording Sunday night Do I keep hats Well no not very long for our stock is so pretty and prices so low that the ladies carry them off quickly Call on us Everything new MRS ESTILL CONFEDERATE MONUMENT The committee of the Confederate Mon ument Society met in Owings villa on the 18th and made arrange ments to erect a monument on the Confederate lot in the Owingsville cemetery and good enough to commemorate theConfederate dead ofI Bath county This would have been done sometime ago but for sickness and trouble in the families of said mmitteeBethel Correspondent The noted stallion J S Brown will make the season of 1900 at the tame barn on upper Prickly Ash The get of this horse bring theI biggest prices You will make no mistake if you breed to this celebrated stallion DR G W CONNER ITEMS PEOM COVIHGTOX Douglas Smith of Covington went to Salt Lick on business this week to be absent several days Mrs Douglas Smith who has been very low for some time is slowly recovering J W Smith likes Covington finely but says there is no place better than Bath Co A B Smiths fatherinlaw MrI Buchanan of Menifee Co is with him He came here to sit on the United States petit jury LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MABKET By George R Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CoMay 18 1900There is nothing really worth writing you this week in re gard to the tobacco market as of ferings continue small of poor quality and in bad order We have sold in ourhouse this week 6 hhds over 13 but this was good leaf in good order Colory grades of to bacco are showing up very scarce and where the order is good they are higher We sold dry colory trashes from Bourbon county this week from 820 to 830 COMPELLED TO DECLIKK Elder Sherman Paxton was compelled by business reasons to decline a hand some and flattering call to preach at Graysop Carter county at a salary of eight hundred and fifty dollars per year His growing bu siness here in undertaking and furniture could not in justice to him self be abandoned entirely Be warn willing to accept the call on tho condition of going there on Satur days and preaching Sundays re turning to his here the balance of the week but the officers wanted him to make his home there I 7J ft fi mf S tI U sti t r 7 WABXIXO The Cincinnati Western Tobacco Journal is again warning tobacco growers of the dangers in the use of paris green to kill tobacco worms That chem lea is a powerful poison and the KentuckyStutean analysis of tobacco on which it had been used that there was not enough found in any analysis to have fatal effects on the user of the tobacco is not at all conclusive or convincing Such mineral poisons as do mersurial salts may accumu late in the system from protracted use and give rise to grave disorders- If fatal effects do not follow It is a mistake to suppose that exposure destroys the poisonous effects of paris green it may be and generally is largely distributed and dissipated mechanically when used on tobacco plants but the particles can not undergo any physical or chemicalchange that will make them anything but a powerful poison Paris green is essentially a chemical compound of arsenic and copper elements that are of course indestructible and besides are powerful poisons in any combination into which they can enter Paris green therefore never loses unycIrcumstnnees CIRCUIT COURT Wednesday the jury trying James Armitage ou Ihe charge of killing Jtuues Beruue ac quitted him- Several minor cusses were tried Wednesday Thursday the caseof the Com monwealth uguinst Garnutt Arm tage and Austin Ingrain on tie charge of killing John Igo was con tinued till the third day of the Oc tuber term The case of the Commonwealth against James and Marshall Per gram on tho charge of killing Jas Karrick was continued till the fifth day of the October term George Cox on the charge of stealing a mule of W S Woodard yearsinSeveral minor cases were tried Friday Frank Mucka colored boy was given a year in the peni itentiary on the charge of stealing some money from Guy Ratliff The Jefferson Rice will case traaJ passed the Judge intimating that he would hold a special term in the near future to try Ik Some misdemeanor cases were triedOn Saturday the grand jury adjourned after reporting 23 indictments as follows Injury to prop erty 1 drunkenness 1 grand larceny 1 malicious shooting and wounding 1 shooting on a public highway 2 assault with a deadly weapon 1 selling without license 2 breach of peace 4 concealed weapons 4 keeping a bawdy house 1 selling on Sunday 2 gaming 2 dis turbing religious worship 1 Court adjourned Saturday afternoon PERSONAL L E Beagle of Lexington was in town Sunday F M Ewing spent last woek with friends and relatives in Bourbon CoMrs D S Estill and Miss Lucy Honaker were in Mt Sterling Thursday MIsS Suo Ratlin of Bethel came Saturday to visit her aunt Mrs Ida Elliott D Wall Fitch foreman of tho Flemingsburg Gazette was a visitor here Sunday Milton Taulbee loft Sunday for a twoweeks visit to his old home in Morgan Co Earl Quisenberry and sister Miss Lutie of Montgomery Co wore in town Saturday Chas Leer of Paris came Friday to visit at his brotherinlaw H H Ewlnge near town Dr Wm C Nesbitt and son Charley of Mt Sterling spent Sundaywith relatives here Miss Pearl Landrum of Salt Lick was a guest of Mrs Walter Richards Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs Ernest Gorham of Millorsburg came Saturday to visit the latters mother M re Lou War nero Chns S Powell of Richmond President of the Owingsville Tele phone Co came Thursday on bus mess 4 j 2q JLt 4T t1 Li J Mr and Mrs Lcalio McCormickj of Mt Sterling Mrs Lee D Brother the past week Mrs Julia Unglund of Indianap oils arrived Tuesday afternoon May 15th on a visit to Mrs John Gillon Ellis C Byron has returned from Lexington having received his di ploma from W R Smiths Business CollegeMr Mrs J S Wyatt of Mt Sterling were guests of the family of Wni Tipton and J M Atchison last week R S Estill returned Tuesday afternoon much improved in health from a etay of several weeks at Hot Springs Ark Dr F P Gudgell has suffered much tho past week with renal colic His patients have missed him very much Judge H Clay McKee Atty R A Mitchell J Clay Cooper Robt Winn all of Mt Sterling attended court here last week Hon James A Barnes lIon C W Tipton and C G McAlister at tended the Republican convention at Louisville last week ExJudge J S Powers and daughter Miss Lida of Flemingsburg wore guests of Mr and Sirs T M Brother Thursday und Frida vidiitM day accompanied by Miss ti Ratliff Mrs Livin Clark and nieco AJJ Livia McCInin were giieHts Thornton McClain and family Sharphburg from Saturday iiiiiil Monday Mrs Elizabeth Burbridgo and daughters Mrs Numio AtcCout and Miss Lutie of Mt Sterling i pent last week with relatives on Bald Eagle James D Myers of Wyoming has received an appointment in the Census Department at Washington D Cat 900 per year and will go Jh9re to begin work July 1st Miss Ora May Hart of Roes Run will leave this week to visit Miss Victoria Durham at Lom- srl1e She will remain until after the Confederate Reunion Mrs Howard C Gudgell who had been in Louisville and Lexing ton for some weeks visiting rel atives returned home Friday ac by little Virginia Mit chellMrs S J Fearing and son Hen ry returned home to Tecumseh Ala Wednesday week ago Mrs Mary Connor and daughter Miss Jennie accompanied them for a visitMrs Caleb R Brooks and and children Miss Amy Sanford and Frank of Guthrie Oklahoma Territory came Wednesday of last week to visit the family of Mrs Belle Allen The following were guests of Wm H Rice of Flat Creek last week Tames Harvey Rice and son Jewell of Cincinnati Mrs T A Bracken of Lebanon ICyund Miss Nannie Crooks of Mt Sterling Samuel P Atchison went to Lou isville Monday to have another surgical operation performed Up on examination tho surgeon said another operation was unnecessary and Mr Atchison returned home same night Mrs Joseph Spencer of near lower Slate bridge entertained last Sunday Mr and Mrs James A Barnes Mr and Mrs C W Tipton Mrs Dora Cook Misses Maud Coyle and Alice Miller who all hud an enjoyable day C O RAILWAY TIMECARD EFFECTIVE OCT V 18W Express Trains for Louisville Lexington Clnoluiuitl Washington New York and Eastern Cities Ti JIB or TRAINS AT PUESTON STATION KASTBOUM0 No2644ZanxNo2212spinNo21iovipm WESTBOUND No21 037 nll1 No 254111pm No 23 349 p m fDally except Sunday All other xlnlly For Information regarding rates sleep ing cnr reservations call on or address AgentcOItaUway Preston Station GWDABNBY OBBTAH DPA Asst Q P An- Lexlnatcn Ky Cincinnati rf t I t t t 0P jfYj 0 1 t0 CORRESPONDENCE CONTINUED fllOU FOUBTII IAOK Crooks Our sick are slowly improving John Oakley of Flat Creek was hero Sunday Perry Steele and wife visited at Riley Baileys Sunday Several from hero attended court at Mt Sterling Monday Tobacco plants aro not looking very well in this vicinity Ed Green has some tobacco set- out the first in this section A good rain would be a welcome visitor iu this part of the world Several from a distance attended church at Kendalls Spring Sun day The boys con come out of the woods now the grand jury has ad journed Elder Adams preached a fine ser mon to a large crowd at Kendalls Spring Sunday Wo saw tho Widow South Side last week and she looks as young and sweet as ever Wm and Frank Holder of Little Rock Bourbon county visited Ben Holder last week Misses Laura and Annie Carmi chad of Stepstone visited hero the latter part of last week toes Fitzpatrick of near Ow ingsville bought three shoats of jUfnnv Urpcntejrat 3 per bead Joshua Jones arid n Miss Vice or near OwingsvilSc were married last we ilcWe extend congratulations Oscar Kendall Bert anti Wiley Carmichael of Menifee county at tended church at Kendalls Spring Su nduy We learn that tho icecream supper given at Union Church Satur day night was a success in every way a large crowd attending Upper Prickly Ash Harrison Swetnam is dangerous Jy ill at this writing W S Carr of near Judy visited in this vicinity Sunday Mrs Gus Mannand little daugh ter are both sick with measles Aunt Sarah Crouch who has been sick for several days is some better Thomas P Honaker is having his house painted David Gault is doing the work Sam Lathram sold two three rearold fillies to Will Lathram of Wyoming for 100 each Miss Effle Tnokett visited her brother Clay Tackett and family in Owingsville last week Mrs T J Carr daughter Miss Mary and little son Dean of Judy visited relatives in this vicinity the past week Mrs Frances Hamilton and son James left last Thursday for a several weeks visit to relatives in Bourbon and Harrison counties Thore was a Sundayschool or ganized at Harpers schoolhouse Sunday There were 62 persons present Tho school was organized with three oQlcorBjfour teachers nnd thirty scholars Married on last Thursday af ten noon May 17th at 2 oclock at the home of the bride near Sunset Fleming Co Mr Almanza Stone and Miss Delia Harmon Miss Dey lia Harmon is the daughter of and Mrs E F Haftuou of Sunset Fleming county is a very popular and handsome young lady and numbers her friends by the number of her acquaintances Almunza Stone is the youngest son of Mr and Mrs Johnson Stone of this neighbor hood is a sober discreet business young man and has a host of warm friends who will bo pleased to learn of his good luck in winning Miss Harmon for a helpmeet and com panion through life Tho many friends of Mr and Mrs Almanza Stone wish them a long prosperous and happy Ufo and that theymay always bo as happy as on their wedding day SharpsDurg Fairly good rain Saturday and somo tobacco set IMiss Anna M Triplett is visiting hero this week Miss Lena Howard was in 5ft Sterling Thursday shopping f t i jljl tt1Ri tj ff e Main Street- Oingsville i 1James Patten of Little Rock Co was here Sunday H C Utterback lost by death Thursday a valuable brood mare OwingsvilleFriday J R Triplctt and family were visitors in Montgomery Co Sun day W O rriplett made a business trip to Bourbon county Wednes day GrassyMontgomery mess Sanford Carpenter of Millers buyinghorses Mrs Alvin Evans and Mrs R L Sharp were in Mt Sterling Wed nesday Comes V Rankin of Cynthiana dayslast stageforneeded rest Dan Scott of Pine Grove Clark Co was a visitor hero Saturday and SundaydW were visitors in Montgomery Co Thursday and Friday Mrs Usda Phelps who has been on io sick list for some days is greatly improved U ic Jerry Legjottof Mt Ster GilyinsThurLeo Brown and Hudson Ruther CyathianaFriday E B Sanders lost last weeka valuable horse by death caused by a kick from another horse Rev Miller of Mt Sterling was the guest several days last week of the family of Wm Smathers A G and Lsander Spratt sold to Walter Loots of Lexington a nice bay harness gelding for 287 Chas Peters and wife and Mrst J W Allen have been confined several days to their rooms with la grippe A very interesting meeting is going on at Plum Bourbon county conducted by Rev Boots Several from here are attending Oct essatB G Wheatley visited relatives in Mason Co last week Misses Oddio Power and Ida B Anderson attended the StoneUnr mon wedding last Thursday Miss Harriett Snedegar ot More head has been the guest of relativest here for the past two Elder Joseph R Jones of Lex ington Bible College who has beenH filling the pulpit since White Oak Church was employed- by the olderulast week to preach at inIyear We had a nice shower of rain hero Friday night which was higho iy appreciated but not much to bacco was set on account of no whileIhimuchThe sick in this vicinity are most all convalescent Miss Maggie Rid dle has been down for several weeks with what is called the slow tyJ phoid fever Old Uncle Harrison q Swetnam is very low with cancer andothertroubles and is not ex pected to live many days Oh yes we forgot to tell you Ernest Swetnam some three or four weeks ago treated himself to a brandnew buggy and harness and with his nice roan horse has been making tho gravel fly So wake up girls and move around yout know Bracks a hustler hell there some Sunday morning before you get your head combed Tho wheat and oats crops wore considerably damaged by the late dry spell Young clover is all killed Grass of nil kinds is unusually short for this season of the your and from the drouth and cutworms combined corn is very uneven Kome of tho same field being six inches high some cut down some sprouted and then perished white a great portion of it is lying there as dry as when planted The fruit after nil the drouth several big veryI 5 v 4011 I- tr h EUGENE MINIHANMANUFACTURER OF Firsfciass Randni de Saddles and Harness AT THE LOWEST PRICES ONE SET OF M- YHANDMADE BUGGY HARNESS I Will wear longer than two sets of other makes They are safer t betterTherethat compares with my KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLES f What you pay for Saddles is not ns important as what you get foeyour money Quality reputation material workmanship is what r dIe8prompty very low price Come sod Ret my prices EUGENE MINIHAN OWING VILLE KYi j SAML P ATCHISON DRUGGIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBlCOS CIGARS Elfc PAXTON pJlJ DENTON SUCCESSORS TO PAXTON SON UNDERTAKERS fellers in- FURNITURE MASONIC BLBG OWINGSVILLE PALMER Ie COONS kWILLBLACKSMITHINC AND REPAIRING h- AT ROCKBOTTOM PRICES r All Work Guaranteed dive Them il 611 it A postofDce box established in a ucks nest by a young couple in this vicinity is the cutest thing weve heard of Married last Thursday Mr Al manza Stone of this county and Miss Delia Harmon of Fleming The groom is a son of Johnson Stone and is a nice highly respect ed young man The bride ladaughter Ed Harmon and Ia a beautiful and accomplished young lady who made arid still retains many friends in this community while visiting her sister Mrs W W Case who gladly welcome her back to Bath with the best wishes of all that is grand and good we extend to the Dr and Mrs Stone South Side Zach Sexton gave an elegant hop Friday night Bill Craig sold a wagon and eam to Zach Staton for 160 Our town is known as a gas enter but we cannot confine it for use We have more pretty girls to the square foot than any town in the State How many men there are who do not know when not to tellabout love affairs There is a worthless dog in this village who appears to think every day is Easter and acts accordingly Your scribe attended court at Owingsville last week npd dined ne day with that new man in own There will be a total eclipse of sun next Monday morning ave your lanterns lighted and be ready Smoke this ia your pipe Everyman who steals a vote is a thief and every man who endorses it is worse than a thief Billie North has bought a tract f land belonging to the Robinson heirs for 4 0 and will erect a new house in the near future Birds of a feather flock together until they get on the ladies high nts then they are scattered allover the church and theatre Tho ladies of the Prickly Ash church pieced and presented Elder Kendall with a very handsome uilt for which he feels very grateful Every one is respectable or pleasing so long as he or she acts and speaks from the impulses ofan honest heart and ought to be re spected by everybody A young lady sent us an invitation to attend her birthday party on the 14th inst I really forgot he date If nothing happens we will try to be present at the next We thank the Midland City writer for their compliments in re II gard to our visit to the city but tho writer should keep better posted as to the Judy writers whereabouts Elder James Moore who is 93 years of age and voted for Goebel says he has been at Cultons lath ers house many a time and knows them to be a nice family of people The meanest and most dishonest man on earth is the man who will take a paper for throe years and then refuse to pay for it Thank fortune they are fert and fur be tween J We saw Alf Warner and he related considerable war refiiniscen ces to us of days back that mse rourblood roo cold lit Our veins Bejfore be was through we were t erly hid behind the ashhopperjThe Thomas Clark Post InvitesJ1the citizens to meet at Fields graveyard near the ore on before Dcepratiofrirnijr Ito clear off the graveyard The Post will meet at the iron bridge on the Preston pike and march to tbo grounds Services will be condfifeC ed by Elders Crouch Willhoir Tinsley and Kendall Amuseinspired miss and a spring poet asks us to plnce this 0 where the neighbors can glance a it Mary bad a little Iamb Full many years ago But to an old and wrinkled rant The sbeeplct erst did grow grewItShe sold it to a butcher who Retailed it as spring mutton Frenchbunj and South Side girls contemplate raising church funds by a levy on the young men The scale has been announced One call evening 10 cents one Il1frafternoon 5 cents ono bug JighC down 42 cents moonlight hand squeeze 45 cents kisses in the dark 90 cents kisses by lamplight 27 cents kisses with mamma pres eat 5 cents invitation to tea 31 cents hammock swing 36 cents 7 buggyride ono arm kind 28 cents r exchange of photographs 42 cents saying yes198 fixing the day 1 march to the altar noth ing Correspondent lI editors and typeeettersmutiariabIypy m advance DOST BRING YOUR DOOO CHUBCfifr A cooling breeze that fanned the trees uSeemedAnd gently fanned the livelongs 1 day It songGailyBut wo knew there was something wrong Because last Sunday a week a dog came into church tWhen the bells rang and the people sang And the preacher led the prayer Great the noise beRan cverybereTheTo drive the dofflroin chwtehr But the dog its master or mistress had spied And th y would keep it In tbe church A dog polite stays out of sight Or always waits outside tbe door rIghToTheir dogs they bring to bear them slnsc For the dogs soul they may con vert And so sinners and Christians their UAndMMaMBMM MMIMM A Free Trip io Paris 1 Ee1tsbl PenOaIOt s modlaft1ea1 orlDnnUTelDD4 1dtrIqrtPtoIIePalU tIoDWWi04 aa aDdnJl hcqkl n rA aD Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK 1 The Outlooks advertising i tcircuJatiof any paper in the State Get Our ternis and judge for yofsI i T r i r 5t5 r Jill p 1 C t r Ji 2 11 fo J r 6 Ii 11 OwIfifisYiltoOlltIooK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO Publishers 1 OWINUSVILLE KENTUCKY AN ASTONISHMENT There a mighty curious feller who is llvln out our way He never seems as anxious as the rest to have his say tie listens to an argument as quiet as An never nukes an effort to break la an referee once upon a timeus folks U taUn t jAnbout It yet atked hira his opinion so 5 to help dc IJ ja It thighWdlowThis feller thought a minute Then he said r be didnt know WeMiheanlu tot ov ople wIq had struJ biiled to explbln Each query It tud give you iiilpUallon of the brain 11e3 l1urcd 1 Ihclr 4wordsivcr oriucb IcngtI ThaPtrrin to Tememtier them caiJf s R waMe of Btrencih- Butuhe wisest of thrm never with great display of wit Within my ffcolectlon made the memor able hit I that hascdte4 when after thlnlrln very carefully an slow lie faced the situation an confesfed he didnt know Washington Star t I 4 A ilirrtnj story eft Atliy Life in The IWincs t i1ttcg iy F Tennyson NtelyJ Ji CHAPTER X Co TI tlI 4 Armstrong look thr nit iive htiout to liinLJindtlowly read it Ihc general studying his face the while The let tel bore no flew as to the whcrraliouts of the writer It read March 1SJS It Js six weeks since I rspald all your 1 loving klndnew lirouRlit shame and sor row to jou end nifnUo mjstlf ls Jcscrt tns from Vfst Point when my commllon was but few jhprt moral away in nn hour of ilnt nse nilserj caused fcjjiRrl who lied wbnniy very soul and vrhoV words Jicd letters made me believe thc would btOlnro mr wjfc the rronlh of my graduation and Tho n I now bf llevr vta tbtn ncaced to theininahe married In Jar rJ Ihritw mya1 away My one tboiisht was Jo had her arid God knows f what beyond It can nev r be undonr II y tarrrr Is 4 ended and 1 ian Tlevf took you trt tht face again At first I thought I should bow the i letters one Ur one to the man she mar lI- ried and asKMilm what he tbouclii of hln wICe1ut1thatta too lor lholl tbemltt C1IUtI J have a madlnploE to se Jiex ncaln and llta reproach upon her but If I fall and choulcl I fedllt any Unit that my end latiJr Im ffoln to femlthtin to you to readto see how I was lured and then If you can to pity and fornlve b ROLLIX a i AnnttroDgfi firm lips twitched unr iler his mustache The general with inoUt rye bad risen from InsrliairnrdS mechanically held forth his hand Poor Indl sighed Armstrong Of u4 oune you know vvhblhesirl waV r OhUf course and Drayton fcbnigged his shoulders Well vtH have to po and led on to the rohty light without Qver across the way were the head iurIersents of a big parade hopcj- sifully Bxraillngonlrn lor Manila To i I tei jatBdJy a narrow spgcr 10 crowdeii jltrre the camps crc ihc quarters of the officers of till tcenlb infaniry and cvrn through tIll veil of mist both soldiers could plainly see Hlongt heline Coming toward the gate i vjis Mr lYimr escorted by the major Just behind them followed Mildred and the attentive b1l1tritllt where was Miss I iwrenceV Armstrong had al tndseen Lingering jhc stood nt tIllys tern front hercarirclincd tohi protniding pate He was sa1ttgsoue thizg that luok time ind irthowed no inclinclirii to hurry lam Mit Prime looked batLiIicnhentid Sehuylrr rx v elmangedsguifl t u a sid glances There wns jailier lingering hand r clasp before Atny tlarlcd IZven then x bllclookedbaekntihelinynndsntjled Htn Iillht general as he gazed that yonngster wouldnt wap placc with anysuballern in vamp even iilie cillllndtreIuor Therewasoans1mrrrrotnlheIrong 5Crnnt at bh elbows I To letter row Bo claw to tbe nherttiouU of writerz have moved Armstrong detained hint One more p question general In easc you were t away and wanted something you had left in this terityou would send an aide ror orderly or would nn ordertigned r by one ofyoiir staff beruflicient- Hm well yes I upjose It would tiBidthe general tt CUAPTER XII Opinion was divided at Camp Merritt tc to whether lUlly Gray should or should not stand trial Confident as t y f1erehis friends of his Innocence of all tromp1iclly injifortons escape therere t mained the fdct that he had telephoned for a carriagethat a carriage had come 1pmudthat carriage with four men ap parently soldiers had driven rapidly I downward along Point Lobos avenue a It was seen iy half a dozen policemen t as it shot under the electric light orgas I1K tamp Theb thtrc was the bundle intidc l1rr1l f cr Everybofly agreed he thould have sent it by orderly every dy that is p t except some ores of ypurig Ti1rndn t the ranks who could Iee no harm in r it beep donertbat war especially jt1ODelta Slgs in the feenth Then r there were the long conferences in the j dark WhaHtfid they mean All things r fr considered jhi older and wiser heads t t = taw that n the lieutenant could or- s1 = wouIdina4ao iatltfactory explana rJ tion of these lo his colonel be should f to a court oriake the consequences Yo 1 e made mess of the thing and ti anJiss of yourself Hilly was Gordons comprehensive Jf pot cpntolatory sum 1inlluypf the matter nnd QS nnler bas been rapptd for one tLipg pr onother t bj cap dlvlilon tad brigade com ttfr l1gtJi rl fel t l1i 0 f 5J 4l t1 frt e1 1 ti o i A + lv r IS t fljopy hes yot to prove that he isnt the only fool in time bnsirieif Youd better em plov good eouiihcl nnd pre nre for n tight ant afford il aid Hilly briefly and Im Mowed if Ill ask lay dear old dad 10 come to the rescue Hes hail to cough up shame oh yolir 1ang ItilIyfnr top much already I tell you Gordon Im so fixed that cant ex plain these things unless Im actually brought to trial ltsitvell yon have no secret societies at the Point ns we do at college KI you cant fathom it Im no more afraid of standing trial than I am of Squeer antI l- edd to him Good Land youngster you you arent quite such an tii as to suppose a counts going to regard any schoolboy obligation as paramount to that w hieli your oath of otliee demand Look liyub Hilly your headt just addled ciint work on yen but comelioily must And Gordon went aay very low in his mind Ue liked that buy I le lot ed a keen alert snappy soldier on drill hltrwhen It came to handling squad or iompaiiy The adjutant plainly w the peril of Isis position Hill further comuiuiliuir with Ida brother qtlieers confirmed hint in his fears Sehuyl r the brigade coniinisMiry liciligitiucim with the teenth messing with thrum in fact when be was not daneing attendance on Miss Prime heard all this camp till and told her Thus it hap pened that the very next dsywhen he drove with the cousins Mr Prime i being tIme while in conference with the detectives etill seourinifjbecity fur the young deserter who the father now felt confident was his missing boy Miss Lawrence looked the captain full in the facp with her clear searching eyes and plumped at him the pointblank questionCapt Schuyler do Mr Gray broth er ofiieers really eonsieier him in dan ger of dismissal Miss Lawrence I grieve to say that ifot one ham any oilier opinion now There could be no doubt of it Amy law rtnee turned very pale and lilT beautiful eyes tilled It if a tbame the said after a moments struggle to eoncuer time trembling of her liia is there no one influential enoigli i r witb brains enoupb this with returning color to take up his ease nash clear haimur They were whirling through use beautiful drive of the Golden Gate park passing company after company at drill Kvcn as Amy spoke Sehuylcr lifted his cap and Miss Prime bowcdj and Miiilcd A group of regimental ofi fief rs four in number stood apparent ly upcrviiug time wok ami us Miss I wrenec quickly turned to see who they might be her ryes mIl those of Col Armstrong lit e minutes later the carriage returning drew Ujas thouglf bysbine briler from itsoeeiipants Sit that very spotrJSistrongaiidthis ad jut8n werc itillthefe and promptly joined them Long weeks nfterwnnl thatinorning lived in Stanley Armstrong jucrtiory It was one of those nirc August days when the wind blew trout the south oast Ill had time drfncbtng Pacific fogs anti let the warm sun pour upon the brilliant verdure of that wonderful park Karlh nail air distant sea and daxling sky all seemed glorifying their Creator Hrighlhned birds flashed throiuzh the foliage Hud thrilled tiLl ear ivilli their caroling The plssh of fountain fell softly on the breeze mingle ltli the rustling of the luxuriant growth of loaf and flower deae nt hand Mwa tint chance that brought the stalwart soldier instantly to Amys side1 Her gaze was upon him before the carriage stopped and irresistibly drew him The man of mature ycjiry the hero of sharp combats anti stirring campaigns with u fierce and savage fut1 time commander of hundreds of eager anti gallant men obeyed without thought of demur the unspoken film mom of n girl yet in her ins There was a new light in her clear and beau tiful eyes a Hush upon her soft end rounded cheek a little flutter nssbly in Item kind anti loyal heart Heaven lilions his heart beat high with an cmo tion he could not riibdue though IsIs bearing was grave and courteous s ever lint about flint sweet and flushing face there shone the halo of a womans brave determination mill no sooner had he reached lie carriage side than bend ing toward him sue spoke Mildred Prime euttld hOt represva little gaip of amaze Ol Armstrong will you kindly open the carriage door I want to talk with you a moment Without a word be wrenched the hasidic anti threw wide the door Light as a bird the h miig to the ground her lingers just touching time extended hand Side by side they strolled away across time sunlit lawn he so strong virile erects she so lissome and grace fill Pull of lice purpose yet fearful that with delay might come timidity site looked up in his face Col Armstrong I have beard only today that Mr Gray h in really serious danger Will you tell incthe truthV Just what rmstrong expected it might be hard to say The light that had leaped to his eyes faded slowly and Ills face lost something of time flush of robust health There was a brief pause before he spoke as though he wished time to weigh hula words 1 fear it Is truehe gravely said Then in a moment Miss Lawrence will you not take arm And he felt her hand trembic as she placed it there It was a moment before slit begun again They tell me be should liars counsel but wilt not heed I have not seen him today There is no one in his battalio- nit seems whom be really looks up tune is headstrong anti selfconfident Do you think he should that lie needs one And anxiously time brave eyes sought the strong soldierly face It would seem so Miss Lawrence She drew a mug breath She seemed to cling a little closer to his arm Then straight came time next question Col rmstrong will you do me a great favor Will you be Ills counsel lie was looking directly to the front as she spoke Something told him what wns coming yet be could not answer all at once What didil mean after all but just what he had been thinking for u week that the girls fresh young heart hind gone out to this merry hand some soldierly lad whom he too had often marked with keen appreciation when in command of his big company at drill That possiblethouglit of Items could he more than twice her ean have ever hoped to win Site hind come to him in her sore trouble and her lovers us she would have gone to her father had he been a soldiersehooled in such affairs Armstrong pulled himself together with quick stern selfcorn mandLooking down he saw that lice eyes were cfilling her lips paling and a rush of tenderness overcame him as he aim ply and gently answered Yes mind there is no time to he lost AH these last days It will be remem tyttbered Mrs 1rank GaVvlton with pet r2i i a a J p time Prrsidlo Time palace ainorlact for n poor soldiers wife anti there was no longer a grateful nabob n potihe source of income It is doubtful indrcl whether that mine could be fiirtbe tapped for the effusive brotherinlaw sit I lie sjuter gout by lund fuintlulis illusion in inure ways than out liar rison busy day mind night with his staff duties had plainly to tell his capri cious wife that the had mimic without his knowledge or consent ansi that be could not Ihinkf meeting the expense of even a two weeks slay in town He oinld nut account for lire coming at all He bad left her with his own urn ple whereat least slit would be in ruin fort while lit took the field Hedcfcired that she should return thither at once Slit determined to remain aiidgnyly tapped his cheek and bade him have no concern htIIIId readily Ii net quarters and M she did The Tegu lar garrion of the Iresiiiio was long since a tie Id but till families of most of its officer still remained there while the houses of two or three completely furnished so fartisarmy furnishings go were there in charge of the post quar tcrinasttr Fiom being tilt temporary guests of some old friends Mrs Frank and her pretty companion suddenly wArmilionj will knock thirst chitoti shut salJ Blllu opened houekecping in out of these vacated homes and all her witchery was called into play to make it time most popular resort of the younger cle ment lit the post Money she might lack hut no woman could eclip e her ill thednx7Ii of her dainty toilets The Presidio was practically at her feet before she had been cMablUlicd IS hours Other peoples vehicles trundled her over to ramp who nevershe would drive Other peoples horses stood saddled nt her door when she would ride Other peoples servants flew to do hire bidding Yomen might whisper nnd frown hut for the present at least the had time men at Item beck anti vail Morn noon and night she was on the go the morn ings being given over as a rule to a gallop over the breezy heights where ibe brigade or regimental drills were going on the afternoons oral Is where ill il is ever more blessed lo give than to receive and the evenings to hop sit time assembly room or to entertain ing charmingly entertaining time little swarm of officers with occasional angels of her own scv sure to drop in timid spend an hour Cherry played and sang and made eyes at the bon Mrs Frank was winsome nnd enini1I1d joy ous to everybody and when Garrison himself arrived from camp generally late in till evening looking worn amid jaded from lung hours at the desk she had ever n comforting supper and leg playful welcome for her lord mak big much of him before time assembled company to till end that more than one allow sub was bcari to sa tltaMhcrc Vyoiiiil be aome sense in marrying by George if a fellow could pick up a wife like Mrs Frank All the same the post soon learned hnt the supposedly blest aidedecamp breakfasted solus on what be could forage for himself before IK lomigslayslaborwas speedily apparent the entente cnr diale between item raidiunt self anti tin Primes wnsr nt an end if indeed it cvci existed IIIIII lie sure was suntbini itself when they chanced to meet nl camp The clouds were on the fares of time father mid daughter while Misi Lawrence maintained a serene neutral itt They were lingering in Frisco slil bocfiilly were time Primes The do slagtimebarked J911UIU that no omie msnswerin the description of cit hmer of the hG young imn had slipped aboard Thcsi in the employ of the stat old man wen thcJhadtram a sheep worth the shearing andso while Mr Prime spent ninny unties ir consultation with certain of these so called sleuthhounds the young Indies took their slimily drive through thc park smilingSehitmyler rarely omitting a call with creaturi comforts in the way of baskets of fruit upon the happy Hilly whose limit were no longer restricted to bis tent as during the first week of Ids arrest but whose court was ordered to sit it judgment on hini the first of the corn big wcckr Already it began to be wht pered that Armstrong hind a mine U spring in behalf of the defense but IK was so reserved that no one even Gor don sought to question Armstrong is a trump AltlllillJI mortlingHclIthough I dare iay I could have wormed through all right only you see J couldnt get out to find people to give evidence for me Do uousee him often shin asked somewhat vaguely Armstrong exclaimed Hilly Il openeyed amaze Why hes here will me every tiny Hut newer thought Miss Lawrence in the morningwhen we arc The eventful Monday was duly ushered in but not the court That cast never came to trial Like the crack of a whip an order snapped in by wire reRimenttspkndidfor sea voyage forthwith More than that Gen Drayton and staff were dl rented to proceed to Manila at once Twothirds of the members of time court were from these regiments A new detail would be necessary The general sent for Armstrong Cant we try that case here and now he asked- Certainly said Armstrong if youll send for Canker that he may be satisfied- To Be Continued Out of the Month of Hnlin A small boy on hearing some people say that they should notconsider them selves properly married if they were not married in church said I should consider myself properly married if J got a good wifeSidney Town and Country Journal Sometime n Drat line If Many n mans ability to get credit has nrerrpted him from ftcqtilrjnjj wealth ChlPPfO Pally News r lr s J THE FIELD OJb1 LA BOll Timely Discourse of Dr Talmage on Industrial Troubles icrniiin Almril lo Urine Alinnl More Prlrniltjr llrtlllfin llrmrcri- iriiiiii rr anti ICinplo r Iliilj nf list r rm IT iCopyitglii 13m by iMnln Kio eh4- At n time lien in vancus ilbtricis labor troiililrs 1I1f xi tug or illlp rnd injf lie illort Dr TiltuiKt nnkrs in this liMoursr to bungyiboiit a better icclin liciVuon EJuYtt of this till Icult imsUon is well timed text Calatirns lTMnut if vc bile and devour nii another take lured that ye oc nut ri n iiiiicd one of another mul lhiliiiiiiTK likrlf mil every man iii his nwii lliliifjs hutcvrry mall alxi onthc things of nt tiers Aliotit im ery ix months there is ai groat lalxir agiuilinn Ilirre an vio toiil ijiiiNlions now in iseuss ion be in 1111 inilris anil ciMiio cs lhic- hmrtstiui Xlikrs will gu jilts lie past Of roursc tin tlanimge sinus cannot ini uu iliatilylieiCiairrd Vijis wilt not be o highus they ucnv SmiuodieaIv hey iiiv lit liiIifr but Ilirv will ii rop- ltittei Strikes whether tight or wrtingf always iiijiin laborcrh us well as oapitaiists Von illc this in the lallliullllr nevt winter liojxot liiij anil vjuleiiee and ii rs Ic r never av They mire ililTeient hlages nf an areliy inil tie lilesyol minder The worst use you ran put a urn lo is lo kill him Illinv up tninurrow nil tlift iiiuntry seals on the banks of the Hud son and the khiisie mindati the line oiiMs on imiii iso Miiai anil Iteaeon trrei and all the lirioks ami limber mil stones will just tall iimskiiim lie tare hlIlIlur isieiien II ami Knropeau abor The woi t enemies of the woikini lasses in tin Initeil Slates amid Ireland ire their sIt eel ooiiljnlors Years ign assaisiratitin un ssi ssi tin illn if Ionl In ilerieli Ca is anil Mr Inrke in Iliocnix pavl Dublin n land in the atlempl lo avenge the ivronjrs of Illland rtrty t ssl away from that alllieteil people millions of iynipathiers he attempts lo blow ip the house of ci iii Iii tillS ia loniton hail only IhielrtelIo throw tail of Iliiploymeiit tens of thousands of sill remit people in ICnrunil In Iliisconii try the torch put lo tin laetories that have ilisehu gesi hall fur guts or bail reason tulist rill josms on the tail t ranks in front of midnight txress trains hc ralise the ofTemlers tinot like the irestilcnt of the eomany strikes on shipboard the linur they were lIiug lo sail or in printing olliees Hie hour the paper was too to press or in the minus the clay the eoal was to be itch rresl or III louis sealToliliiiis o the bnililer mills in kcepinjf his eontraet all tln e ire only a hard hiUII the heail ol nieriean labor tumid cripple its sims mil lame its feet amid pieree its heart 1ra ps spnin suddenly upon employers mil violence never tool one knot out of he knuckles of toil or put sine farthing if wages into a eallons palm Karbar nin will never cure the wrongs of civ lization Mark that Frctlerick the Jreat nilmireil some and near his palace at lotuahaitm amid he csolved to get it It was owned by a miller IInlTerld the miller three imcs tin value of time property The niller would nolitake it because it was he old homestead and he felt about as Saboth felt about his vineyard when had wantril it 1reiJcriek the tircaU vas a rough ami terrible man ami he irdered the miller into his presence md the king1 with a stick in his ham i stick with which he iometinies ilruelc the oilmen of slate said to the nillrr owI have offered you three times the value of that property anti if on wont sell it Ill luke it anyhow The miller still Your majesty yon wont Yes said the kiimg will take it Ilien aid the miller if iOir majesty does take it will Sill rllll in the chancery court At tllallh11 rlTilerick the Crcat yielded his in famous demand Anil the most ini peri jus outrage against the working classes will yet cower before the law Violence anti ieliancc of the law will acver nceoinplisli nn lung but ighteousness anil submission lo the law will accomplish it lint gradually the damages done the laborer by time strikes will lie repaired and sonic important timings ought now to be said The whole tendency of our times Ill yon lave noticed is to nuike time chasm between employer and em ploye wider mill wider In olIn times the head man of the factory the mas tee builder the capitalist the head nina of the firm worked tide by side with their employe working sonic times at the same bench fining at time same table and there are those here who Ian remember time time when I lie clerks of large commercial establish ments were accustomed to board with the head men of the finn All that is changed and the trim dency is to make the distance between employer anti employe wider anti wider The tendency is to make the employe feel that he is wronged by the success of the capitalist and to make the capitalist CedXow my laborers are only beasts of burden I must give them so much money for so much drudgery just so mummy pieces of silver for so many beads of sweat In other words the bridge of sympathy is brok en down at both rails That feeling was well described liv Thomas Carlyb when he said Iltlgon of tat folly Undershot bnccaneerlike says to his men Xoble spinners this is the lain dredth thousand we have gained wherein I menu to dwell and plant my vineyard The XlXCoi is taint the daily wage was yours Adieu noble spinners Drink my health with this groat each which I give you over anti above Iow what we want is to rebuild that bridge of sympathy and I put the trowel to one of time tmbutnietmts today and preach more especially to employers as such although what 1 have to say will be appropriate to both employers and employe The behavior of a multitude of la borers toward their employers during the last three months may have in duced sonic employers to neglect the real Christian duties that they owe to those whom they employ Therefore I want to say to you whom I confront face to face and those to whom these words may come that till shipowners all capitalists nil commercial linns all master builders nil housewives are bound to be interested in the entire welfare of their subordinates Years ago someone gave three prescriptions for becoming a millionaire First spend your life in getting and keeping the earnings of other people secondly have no anxiety about the worriments the losses the disappointments of others thirdly do not mind the fact that your vast wealth implies the poverty of a great many people Xow there is not a man here who would consent to go into life with those three prin ciples to stint u fortune It is your de sire to ili your whole duty lo tile men antI women In your tfivloe- Firet of aIim then pay as large irifM h as are reasonable and su your bud nets will atford not necessarily what yourhiredis tyranny on time part of labor unbear able The right of a laborer io tell his employer what he must pay implies tIme right of tin employer to compel a man into a service whether he will or not and either of those Ideas is despicable When nay employer allows a laborer to say what he must tbtsr Inure his IniKinrfcs ruined and the employer ttibmits to it does every business man in the Lnilid Slules a wrong and yields to thin principle which carrico out would dissolve society Look oryoujnjTmuirs amid pmtyursclvts in im tigihuliun in titurhulVrers place and tlicu him tehi Sod anti your owScbntcieneeyotTthlnk you ought to payliun V j Cod bless yotistflr well in their Jplaccvbut they domofbny coal nor pay tlioiisc rent nor lIjJiuts for the chill jfiren Atjhe tame 011 the em nJnyor ought to rciuelllber through what straits and strains you got the fortune by which you built your More or run the factory You are to remem her that you take the risks mill tIme employe takes none or jcarecly any YniiMirc lo remember that there may be reverses in fortune anti that some new style of machinery may make your machinery valueless or some new style of tariff ot your business back hope lessly and forever You must take all that into consideration and then pay what is reasonable Do not be too ready to rill down trages A fat nll possible pmuy all nual pay promptly There is a great deal of ISible teaching on this subject Malachi will be swift witness against sorcerers and against nil adulterers and againit tliox who oppose the hire ling in his wages Leviticus Thou shall not keep the wages of the lurching all night unto tIme morning Coins shins Master give unto your serv ants that whirl is just and equal knowing limit ye also have a Master in lleavenl So you see it is not n notion between you ind your em ploye MI much us it is a question be tween you ami lod- Do nut say o your employes Xow if you dont like his place get another when you know they cannot get an other As far as possible once a year bitIII their homes your clerks und your workmen That is the only way von can become acquainted with their wants You will by such process find mil html there is a blind parent or a Iriek sister being supported You will find some of your young men in room wit hunt any fire in v inter nail in sum mer sweltering in illu rut hatsil npart ments Yon will flail out how touch depends on the wages you pay or wit Ii lold Moreover il is your duly as employer 15 far us jMissible lo mold the welfare Jr he employe You ought to ndvise him about investments about life in iiinince about savings banks You unghl in give hun tIn benefit of your experience There are hundreds and tlioiisamls of employers I am glad to sitvhto mire settling in the very best possible way the destiny of their em ployes Kneli men as Marshall of Leeds Lister of ISradford Akroyil of a iffax and men M near at home it might of fend their modesty if I mentioned their names these men linen built reading room libraries concert halls afford ed croquet lawns cricket grounds gymnasiums choral societies for Iheir employes and they hurt nit merely paii till wages on Saturday night hilt tliroiigh the contentment mul the III rit thf garish morals of t heir cu- mulihJs they arc paying wages from generation In generation forever Hut above all I charge you 0 em ploycis thiil you look after the moral and spiritual welfare of our employ s 1irst Know whIt they spend I heir evenings That urchIns everything You do not waul around your money drawer young man who went list night to set lack Sheppard A mnn that come into the storm in t lie morn big ghastly with midnight revelry is not lIlt man for you r si ore Theyoung who ypemls his eveniiigin he so ciety of refined women or in musical or artistic circles or in literary im provement is time young man fOI your storeDo not say of these young men If they ilo their work In the business hours that U nil I have to ask God lias maili you that manV guardian I want you to understand t limit ninny of these young men are orphans or win se than orphans flung suit into society to it niggle for themselves A young man pitched into tliemiddle of this Atlan tic ocean and a plank is pitched after him and then lit is told to take that and swim ashore Treat that young nan il S you would like to have your son treated if you were dead Do not tread on him Do not swear at him lit not send him on n useless errand Say good morning nail good night and goodby You Ire deciding that young mans destiny for two worlds Oie of my earliest remembrancer of old Arthur Tappan There were ninny differences of opinion about his politics hilt no one who ever knew Ar thur Tappan nnd knew him well doubted his being nn earnest Christian In Ills store in Xew York he hind room where every morning lie called his employes together nail lie prayed with them read the Scriptures to them amid then they entered on tin duties of lbtav On Monday morning the exercises differed und 11l galherr the yoiuifr men together mill asked them where they lund attended church what lund been tluir Sabbath experi ences and what lurid been the sermon Samuel Iludgett had the largest biiii IICFS in lIst west of England He haul in a room of his warehouse a plnce pleasantly furnished with comfortable seats ansi rieichers Family Devo tions nUll Wesleyan hymn books and he gathered his employes together every morning and having sung they knelt wn and prayed side by side the employer ansi the employes Do you wonder at that mmt success and that though 30 years before lie hail been a partner in a small retail rhop in a small villagft at his death be be queathed many millions Gotican rust such u innn as that with plenty of money Sir Titus Salt had wealth which was beyond computation and at Saltnirc Knglnnd he utah a church and a chapel built anti supported byhimself the church for those who preferred the Kpiscopal service mill the chapel for those who preferred the Methodist serviee At the opening of one of his factories he gave n great thInner mill there were 3100 people present and in his sifter dinner speech lit slid to these people gathered I cannot look round me and srI this vast assem binge of friends mind work people without being moved feel lion ored by the presence of the nbllmanIat my side and Jam efj ed at time presence of my people I hope to draw around me a population that will enjoy the beauties of this neighborhood population ofielhpaid contented happy operatives I have given instructions to niyarebi tents that nothing Is to be tpiired to retdtr ill ciYtUths of the optratlrc i it r a pattern tl1 the country and If tnj life Is spared by Divine 1roTidenee I hope to fiecontefitHieht satisfaction and happiness around me That is Christian character demon Mralcd There are bliitrs in tills coun try and in other iahfis Ori u smaller scale doing their best for thtIr em ployes They have no forgoltcn their own early struggles They remember how they were discouraged how hun gry they wf re and how cold ansi how tired they were and though they may be CO or Oyeais of age they know just how a hoi feels between 10 and 20 lad how a young man feels between 2t and ZJ They have not forgotten it- tliosveaitbi employers were not originally let down mint of Ilemuren witb pulleys of bilk in n 1ck r basket satin lined fanned by cherubic wings They etartcd In roughest cradle on whbs rocker mmmisfortuuncjiut her violent foot nnd tipped them Into the cold world Those old firms ar sympathctic wIth boys lint yqunre not only to be kind too those onre under you Christianly kind but you mire also to see that your boss workman anti your head clerks and your agents and your overseers In stores lire kind to those under them Sometimes a man vlll get a little brief J authority in a store or in a factory and while they arc very courteous to you tbecallilalstlJr to you the head man of the linn they arc m brutal in Iheir treatment of those under them Cod only know what some of the lads suffer in the cellars aqd in the lofts of sonic of our great establishments They have no nun to to The time will come when their arm will be strong atid they can defend themselves hut not now Alas for some of the cash boys and the messenger boys and the boys that sttcei time store Alas for some Of Ihml Sow you capitalist you time brad man of the firm must lock supervise see those all around you In vestigate all beneath you And then I charge you not to put un necessary temptation in thin way of your young men Do not keep large sums of money lying around unguard ed Know how much money there is in the till Do not he ount book loosely kept There are temptations inodtablc to young men antI enough of them without your putting anj un necessary temptations in their way Men in Wall street having 30 years of reputation for honesty liner dropped into Slug Slug and perdition and you mut be careful how you try a lad of 13 Anti if he do wrong mbnot pounce on him like n hyena If he proves himself unworthy of your confidence do not nail in tin police but take him home TOil why you dismissed him to those who will give him another chance Many a young man has don wrong once who will never do wrong again Ab my friends I think we can afford 10 give everybody another chance when God knows we should nil have been in perdition if lie had not given us 10000 chances Then if in moving around your fac tory or mill or barn or store you are inexorable with young men God will remember it Sonic day time wheel ol fortune will turn and you will be a pau per anti your daughter will go to the workhouse and your son will die on the scaffod If in moving among you young men you see one with ai omi nous pallor of cheek or you hear luau coughing behind the counter say to him Stay home a day or two and rest or go out anti breathe the breath of the hills If his mother die do not demand that on the day after the fu neral he be in the store live him at lenst a week to gft over that wliicli he will never get over Kmployera urge upon your employes above mulJa religious life So far from tliathowis it young men Instead of eing cheered vn the road to Heaven someHjf yon are caricatured nnd it is a hard thing for you lo keep your Chris tian integrity in that store or factory where there turn so many hostile to re ligion tet hen a grave general under Frederick time Great was a Christian Frederick the treat was a skeptic One dayXietlienthe venerable vliitcIiaircd general asked to be excused from mili larv duty that he might attend time holy sacrament He was excused A few days after Ziethen was diniugwith the 1ingansi with ninny notables of Prussia when Frederick tIme Great in a jocose waysaid Well Xiethcn how dill the sacrament of last Friday digest The venerable old warrior arose and said For your majesty I have risked ny life many a time on the battlefield anti for your majesty I would be willing at iny time to die but yoii do wrong when you insult time Christian religion You will forgive nut if your old military servant can not bmr in silence any insult to my Lord mil my Saviour Frederick the Great leaped to lust feet and he put out his linnil maid he said Happy Zie then Forgive forgive me- Oh there are ninny being scoffed at tort hmeiryehigiotm anti I thank God there mire ninny men as brave as Ziethen One summer in California a gentle man who hind just removed from the Sandwich Islands told me this inci dent You know that one of the Sand wick Islands is devoted to lepers Peo ple getting sick of time leprosy on the other islands are sent to the isle of lepers They never come off Theyare in different stages of disease but all who tile on that island tile of leprosy On tine of the islands there was n phy sician who always wore his hamtgloved and it was often discussed why he al ways hail n gloveon that hand miumsier all circumstances Out day became to time nuthoriics and he withdrew his glove line he said lo time ollicers of the law You set on that hand n spot of the leprosy and that I am doomed to die I might hide this for a little while and keep away from the isle nf lepers but I am a physician and can go on that island and ndiniister to time sufferings iii those who are farther gone in the disease I should like to go now would lie selfish in me to stay amid the IiixnrioiiK surroundings when might be of so much help to the wretched Send me to time isle of lep ers Timer seeing the spot of leprosy of course took the unarm into custody Ha basTe farewell to his family and friends It was an agonizing farewell He could never see them again He was taken lo time isle of the lepers and there wrought among the sick until pros trated by his own death which nt last came Oh that was magnificent self denial magnificent sacrifice only sur passed by that of hint who exiled hun self from time health of Heaven to this leprous island of a world that He inigh physician our wounds and weep oui griefs anti die our deaths turning the isle of n leprous world into a great blooming glorious garden Whether employer or cmplove let us catch that spirit A Mttle Mixed We will not print atirtlinc of questionable character from out rde sources emphatically announces the lllini published by the college stu dents of the University of Illinois unless time same is signed by time con rributor TIme lllini we trust says pubIbimU signed FAVORS BEGKHAM lm Uitllml Slatei Supremo Court DecMri- in favor or IJeinoemts Affirming lie tlslon of the CoUrt of Appeals IVastiirigfort May 22 The Ken lucky governorship case was Monday decided by tIme United States nupremc court in the interest of llccklmm af firming time decision of time Kentucky court of appeals The opinion was handed down by Chief Justice Fuller and thin ease was dismissed for want of jurisdic tiou lie said time court should be the last to overstep the bounds limiting its own jurisdiction anti that the de terminations of cases of this char actcr contests for state otlice must necessarily be settled by the political bniiich of the government That branch hat acted in time Kentucky ease when time general assembly took jurisdiction There was no appeal from time assemblys decision which was favorable to Goebel tumid heck hunv except to the tribunal of the people vvhici tribunal the chief ins lice said Wjjs Always session He also said the case was purely a state case that Kentucky was in the huh possession of its faculties as a mem lr of time union and that there was no emergency at this time calling for interference The opinion in the Kentiicliy case was not unanimous one of time jus tice3rdissenthig GRANT STATUE UNVEILED It WHI 1rrtcntetl lu the Nnllnn by the- Gsiiil Army at the lUpiihllc Ul llnguUlieil Person Present Washington May 20Time statue of Jen Jrant presented by time Grand Army of the Republic to time nation was unveiled in the great rotunda of the capitol Saturday elaborate ceremonies commemorative of the event were hell ill the hall of repre sentatives in the presence of a vast concourse of people who included time widow daughter and descendants of time hero of Appomattox hundreds of his comrades in arms time officers and committee of the ii A Iw and many persons distinguished in mili tary political anti social circles The statue of the preeminent of the union forces in the civil war represents the contributions of thousands of his comrades of the G A 1k none of whom was allowed to subscribe more than 15 cents and is the result of a movement started shortly after Gen Grants death at Mt McGregor in July ISM Il is the work of Franklin Simmons nn American sculptor Of marble of heroii size it stands on a granite pedestal emblazoned with a bronze seal of tIme G A representing time grim old hero in the full uniform of n general equipped for the field with top hoots anti gauntlets his cloak over his left aria and his right hand resting on the hilt of Itis sword The counterfeits of statesmen soldiers anti pioneers in marble and bronze adorn time old house of representa tives chamber of the capitol now statuary hall but these are gifts of the individual states Grants status was unveiled in the rotunda an be flitted the statue of one whose valiant service was for the whole nation There it will remain with the statues of Jefferson Hamilton anti Lincoln which also mire in the rotunda an cx ample and an inspiration to future gcneratiois Time hero of f Appomattox stands near the western entrance flanked on either side by the famous painting of the Surrender iii Cornwallis aid the Surrender of llurgoine The unveiling took place shortly before noon in the presence 01 Mrs Grant Mrs Satoris Miss Sntoris time officers of fbi G A II Speaker lien derson anti Senator Fryc president irn tern of the senate The fact of the unveiling was kept secret nnil only a lew outsiders wit nessed if There were no ceremonies Miss Satoris attired in white drew time lanyard that uncovered tIme statue Mrs Grant inspected it crit ically anti smiled her approval The party turn repaired to tin bail of the house where the ceremonies oc currid Washington May 20At 230 p m Satin day the ceremony accepting the statues of Henton and Itlair from Mis souri began time other business of time senate being laid aside tiilnalon of Vlrnlnnii Clifton W Vn May OfImere was a frightfulexplosion of firedamp at the CamdcnSpilman mines here by which Charles Vnriau was so badly injured that he died mind several others received slight injuries pain ful but not fatal The tipple and n lot of mine oars nt the entrance were demolished mind sent pellmell into a field It Our Door San Francisco May OTbe board of health has ail op ted a resolution declaring Unit liubonlc plague exists in San Francisco Time health author ities say that vrfiile there are no liv jog eases licnv there inure Iwen six deaths during tube past three months and they hiatus Iocideirto take precau lions against rje development and spread of the disrnse Porto COM arcretarjr of 5tnlc- AYashington May 20Wim H Hunt of Montana has been selected to be secretary of state for the island of 1orto ISico Mr Hunt was recently appointed agent for the United States government before the Chilean claims commission u position which he va cates to accept this mat appointment He is a son of time late Secretary Hunt ansI n lawyei ef highastatiding in his own state TERSE AND EPIGRAMMATIC The best wheel of fortune is honest labor Chicago Dally News The experience of others adds to our knowledge but not to our wisdom that is dearer bough t Hosea Uallou The man who walks with his tele scope fixed on tomorrow stubs his toe on today Ranis Horn They say nothing is certain hut death and taxation How about conse dachczIndlanapohisietvs Time aphorism Whateverls is right would be as final as it islazy did it not include the troublesome conse quence that nothing that ever was was wrong Dickens Everyone should put a guard on him self or he will find thathe enjoys those occasions most when he is encouraged to talk freely of Ida grievances Atch ison Globe Extremes are dangerous a middle estate is safest ass middle temper of the sea between a still calm and a vio conveythe Morning Tiredness 4 Is a serious complaint Its a warning that should be herded It it different from an honest tired feeling It is a sure vga of poor blood You can cure it by making your blood rich and pure with Hoods Sam saparilla That is what other people do thousands of them Take a few bottles of this medicine now and you will not only get rid of that weak languid exhausted feeling but it will make you feel well U through time cummer Tired FeolnaI had that tired feet jag and did not have life or ambition to ac complish my usual amount of household work hoods rzaparilla gave me re1ief and also cured a ncrofula tendency Jlf jp R Merritt Dowagiac ilich Hoods Sarsapartll Is the Beet Medicine Money Can Buy j TOO STRONG TO WORK She Uail Her Special Ir and Could Kot Be Induced to Depart from It A few Jays ago a irellknown Washington lady beinguneapeetetH brett ol her j a colored woman capable of performmnggenemalhuuic- work says The first caller in response to the adve tisement was a mulatto damsel bedeckeill with riblioa and finery From her airs anul 1 graces he might have been a graduate of ai seminary She announced that the haul no ticed the advertisement and was desirous of securing Are you a good cook inquired the lady of the home No indeed dont cook was time reply Are you a good washer and ironerr was the next I wouldnt do washing and ironing its too hsud on the hands the caller Can you sweep the housewife then wanted to know Xo was the answer and it was a pos itive olie Im not strong enough for that Well in the name of goodness what can do said the lady oftbe house exai perated The placid reply was I dusts In the Lake Country of Northern Illinois Wisconsin Minnetitota and Michigan there are lmundrcdsof the mo t cliarming Summer Itesorts await ing the arrival of thousands of tourists from the South ansi East Among the list of near by places are Fox Lake Delavan Lauderdale Vankwha Oconomowoc Palmyra The Dells at Xii bourn Klkhart and Madison while ahitt further off are Minocqna Star Lake Fron tenar White hear Minnetonka amKMar quette on Lake Superior sut0tested Summer hook entitled In The Lakev Country apply to nearest ticket agent or address with four cents in postage Ueo IL OdColony The Pinkham Remedies For disorders of tho feminine organs havm gafaatt theirgreat renown and enormous sale because of the permanent good they have done and are doing for trip women of this country if aH ailing or suffer ing women couicifce mad to understand how ab solutely true are the statements about Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Gompoundf their suffer- higswouMend Mrs PinSiham counsels women free of charge Her address is Lynn Mass The advice she gives is practical and honest You can write freely to her sh is a wo man ABSOLUTE EGURITt Genuine Cartels Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of See FacSlmlle Wrapper Delow i Tiai31daaous y to take as n xe- IFORHEAOACHL j n4nrrrdA bRU LlO FOR DIZZIESt Hnr FOB IIUIUSNESS IVER FOR TORPiB LIVER PILLS FOR COTIPATION SFOllAUWUIK FOXTMECOMPLEXIQR fu dIbJCURE SICK HEADACHE Hejty lalfar of the Henry LaMar f Comedy Co wrote front Hiram Me January 38 xgoo Send me another bottle o- fPalmers Lotion quick I thank you for it He was troubled wiLlsScPIMPLESor pustules on his face frin which a dozen doctors had faikd to relieve him Use LOTION SOAP in connection with the LotiontweL DOUGLAS 3350 SHOES ION Worth 54 to S6 compared with other j tndoned by orer I 1000000 wearen t ThieiuuiuiehayewL Deaths unit sad pike stamped en bottom TaSe no lubititcte claimed to be as good Your dealer should keepmhi1 s nut we on M price and is PteZra tot atnag Stile bod ct Itithtr ub sad tdthpUla or can to Cat trt UEIW1 1itVA3 5h1g co1rlktes ViHJ 4 i t t fl t T 1 K CCccCM1IMiCJ ftIitj i I INTERESTING STATE NEWS a b KENTUCKYS BIG FOUR W Ji TXSlor W O Uendtcr cret- l crn mill W A nlnrn Ar rlootrd ItrlrKnlraI- xMiisvil I Kv May 10 The rrml liran slate inu trillion was called to mler at 2 oVIock hr Chairman C 1klrurUIIC the slate central IN The Aiiiliturium Was tleooralril Aith the usual Hags nml limiting while pitlures of President McKinley xOov Inullcy null W S Taylor itlornr the iiIge Cnpt X S Erwin reiui Hcin caiuliilate for congress zrnmtjift IxHiisvillc tntrki won elect Vjl Vvithont opposition temporar- yaarinanot the convention he having been nominated by the stale central I ronittrittre Chairman Irwin tnlktil at consUleralile length in accepting I he nomination confining his remarks to 4nlc milt national nil airs Members Ii various ommittwlre then lion John M Trkes of Dan 1nlIIIlnaliolllllOlIIlIIittlellHIII for Ken licing appointetl rhainna i of committee on resoliitioni ttheVliJlc the committees were prepar their reports there were loml calls party2eaic1esrevietTil the condition of attain inI t the state lie was followed by ex 11 Uradley The unusual spectacle Vlfiiiocrats addressing a ivpnblican roilvolition then followed when Judge I V Yost mill Kichanl W Knott rd e of the Kvcninff riM of Louisville 11tor democrats und iupporters of llroxvn veiu railed for and poVc fter tvcratother speeches convrniitui niljourneil until S p m Irwin colled the evening 4 jffIcsioh to tinier at S13 and the com i on rules recommended the order of business The eoriimit tee 011 creilentials next made its re The committee on pcrnjanent ilJOrt nizJtioll recommended Senator fur lennriirnt chairman nail t Woods Montgomery for prruiai iwtirsocrcury The report was unan imously adopted and a committee rllicadcrt by W O Ilradley escorted the perranent chairman to the chair vcnator D boe thanked the conven lion for the honor He spoke briefly 4 ii anti his remarks were received with inodcrnto rll fltir the ccminittec on resolutions As they were read the nlliusinsin was t1q inteiitedanti theyrcre adopted by a rIsing voteiIt 31ic rnational affnirx hl indorsed Vresi dent McKinley nnlbis administration nail inntnicled the IContncky delega ttion to the national convention fur McKnlcy The cited the importance I1 partyfrrgc to the people of this common 7 wcaltb They demandeil the unconditional 1Ib11repeal of the present election Jaw was denounced at length The course of the democratic majority in the late IcpJKlatnre was denounced The course of Tiny lor Marshall and nit republican oiltcials was iilorsedITIll independent voters t stb hail rillrd with then ire1hanked fOI J01ti0ID oflughI 9tilo ond Coiigreieiiin v ni Rocilng were indoi5eil Public t r recognition was made of the service rVntlercd Uv exGor Uradley and his ci legal confreres in the recent contests in the courts The resolutions con Uc1ntle1 by requesting eGov llradley If to allow the republicans of Kentucky to present his name at the coming na Uoniil convention for vice president i Xominatinns for delegates from the sstatenl large to the Philadelphia con vention were then culled for nml John i W Throclimorton of Lexington pre heated the name of Judge George benny of uisville J L ICarlywine exIIllbwnnl nominated W So Taylor Ai v jjorwl Iclegate from the First di I trict nominated Albert White of ejoiibniltei nnd a Sixth district dele gate W A Gaincx colored ofa Covinsrton Judge W If Holt of Trankforf nominated Congressman Vincent Horeing of the KlcrnJh It was inoveil that the election of ti TII riil l delegates to l fcl1rlIatl ltl lonlntion Le moJe 1- n TfcS was cncrird and ljj5j vete nnnieil It was then decded that the eonTenj thin seleNet two delegates n18 ff Denny lUte and Gaines and 4 iliCicall of connti s was onlcreil The Iialliit resulted us follows Denny fr Gaihcf 14S3 White GIJ Ho rning = fjj Denny and Gnines were 1e2arel elected Mnrmadukc Hoxdrn and lyl Parker ot London were elected presidential elect prs by acclamation TnerJolloMing alternates were elect fl Joit IJ Kelday of Jefferson UroY T Morrow of Uullilt Chas K I Ixisnn of Huliitt Geo W Wallace of IMill Thc convjfenl ion then adjourned fiValoahl Colt Chanirr Owner nJDuisvillo Kjv May 20 Charles H Smith of Chicago owner of Liciitcn ant ilon the Kentucky Derby win I Ld ner puijciiased from T C McDowell the 3yearold vhestuut colt ilLs Ex1 e 4d cellency by imp EsherKscellenza f Thetepnsof the Snle were not mad ijiublie tt SlarArrtm n Ilvery Stable Rarfhtoflii Ky May Oo CharJie tI 4 rofcbyshotand Instantly killed Tom MayeK at rcCrocklihVliverj stable en are eblored Cosby claims tel1lefriiie SouthIe Lojilsvillc Kj May IS Varnla i r1ofthe south at the confederate reunion AJ Ijst daughter Ba ln r 1alnat Timber Vcriiailies K May 20 Ixjuisville and other lin11Jlr men are buying a isquantitycounty some of which is shijiped abroad Individual trees have brought as high as 930 or moreIItr Free Ice ifr h1Owensboro KcIay 19 Owens f boro is enjoying the luxury of a free 4Jeedistribution The large plant just 4 completed at the L and X and i rallrcaacrohig has not re TtxaSj hi delivery wagons and for a j has bfen donating its entire output to alliwho applied Three Mea Instantly Killed Jlodgeaville Ky May IS While wluting pnTle main line of the L A 2 railroad o few nAlcn south W H Scott fRI two otbei wen were Killed by en exploBioa ol dynnmlUi t r 4 a L J COMMITTEE OROANI2ED The t iltrpnlilican Nlnlr ntrn1l tnlllllC lino n llnrmonlnim teeIInK In l4 nlnvlllr lrf nisillr Ky May 20 The new rrpublicau state cent nil committee it at the Uillard hotel to organiM 4for tlic coming four years Eight ot the coininittcrmcn were prrselit in person and Commit terman lieberth was rcpivscnlcd by lot mast er Baker who held hisbRetiring who was tint eligibb to succeed him self because he has accepted an ap pointiucnt in the army called tin meeting to IInle- JostlllalOlr IViktir nominated C M liarnett of Ohio county for reelec tion and he was chosen unanimously K I Gwnthnfcy was elected secret rv without opposition Juilgi Tints i cynt Itarbonrvllli uis elected vice president vlllioul opH sition W R Tnylor proposed Col James Piicknrr jr of Louisville for reelection as t rtIlInr nail iliere vas II IlliOSily tion Th treniser is tiot 1lsnriha member ofthe commit tee Maj A T Wood iiggeslcil that the Kenton county contest be brought up t hhatthe district chairman in the form of atVulavits and that cither party if not satisfied would have the right of sippcal to the state ccniral commiltre Itichard P KriiKt inn C K Singer representing both factions were called Infore the committee and so adviseMrV Krnst said that his cotumilten was eager for Inirmony and that in its interests he was willing to com promise and give the other committee n onehalf vote In till proceedings the two committees toconu together not llroloitionhodMr Striger said that talk of n com promise was miclcss IIaid the ri publicans were stirred up oter flit lunIp rofuse was fur the state ccniral committee lo decide The ease will 1iriiiftblV go liefors that hmh at an early date IMEEING OF IMPORTANCE niorrnlc Stne Central Commltte Mar Tnkr onir Arllon in lhSeiiihernalorlai Affair Frankfort Ky May OThe mert ng of the democratic state central j committee here next Thursday prom ises to honl of considerable impor taincc Itccause by that time thlill prcme court will have passed on the gubernatorial c ntest mill if the democrats win the committee will likely take some action regarding the calling of a convention to nominate a candidate for governor Of course the prime object of the committee meeting is to fix the time and place fur the Convention to send delegates to Kansas City hut the oth cr matter can ls easily brought up and disposed of the same conven lion tint Mleeis the Kansas City ilele gnt vs fonlil also nnine n candidate for gocrnol SmKNIGHTS TEMPLARS The FlttrThlrd Anttnal Conclnrp In- Smilon nt Cynthlrana In Well Attended Cyntbinna Kv May ISThe Knights iOinplars began tbeir53il an tinil conclave in tliit city with more than 2V knigbts in attendance from Maysville Covinpton Louisville Tex ington and other pointtin the state Jh inc Rcrviccs were heM at the Rapist church at 10 o clock then a inarch nuule lo the opera house where A J Hooding made a speech Sir Knight Onmorf deputy grand commander responding In the afternoon the knights were entertained by tim Elks and Knight of Pythias five hands from different parts of the state furnishing music The regimental band of Ft Thoma Ky carried tiff the honors for bcinp the best band in attendance There j arc noxv i3 commahderiesVnd n lolal incmbercliip of 2287 In the state WorldjHead Smith owner of Lieut Gibnn lias deposited n crtifioJehck for 3000 as a forfeit for 9000 that Lieut Gibson can bent nor horse in tile world weight for age III a irile and a half time race to take place lifter Gibsons stake enpajffinents nt Sara toga at the trunk oflerinit the largest puree ilr Smith said that he barsj no horse in tile world IU Fourth MArrtne Ixiuisvillc Ky May IJobn S McAnley and Mrs Katharine Allnut of leffersonville lath were married yMknown business man and president of the Oho Falls Holiness association In Not n Candidate Iouis illc Ky May Oion Oscar diIa g to make the race for tIe democratic nomination for reelection He Kays he is forced to retire on ac ount of private business SI ranter mark ln ect Taylorsvillc Iv May OA t range black iucect is lcstroyinf fruit trees in the county They appear in count less numbers and do much damage Xo one kuoxvs what they nre or how to get rid of the 1ws- ti2pIcuiI iPrtU Louisville Kyilay iSlhe seven tysccond annual session of the conn cit of the Kentucky diocese of the j Kpiscopal church is in FCMIOII here rrpIresmingi cntaflce Neir Kentucky rot O0em Washington May 19The following post offices have been established in j Kentucky Horn Allen county lohn j W Kelly postmaster Hans Wayne county Abington A Lloyd postmas ter DlnmlMVd for SrlfUefrnie Owensboro Kj May IB lulius Mount the keeper of the workhouse who shot and killed xora Ycvvell inmate of the worKhonse vas charged from custody the warrant being dismissed on the ground of sclf defense Mlnlatrr Shot HU Son Greensburg Ky May 19Rev J V Crawley n Methoilist minister ing four mites from here laally shot lila son with n shotgun TIle shoo lug was accidental and the father I- sfotrited with gzIet z J b i I jt FIFIY SIXTH CONGRESS Minimary il RIII1 tIII Washington Slny 1ScflfltCTlme passerILni iit iiriUor jilnnt in case armor can it it I be purchased for 415 per toil Other bills passed ivere lie free liwhit lull to survey Cleelaud liar bor vilh a view to its further im provement for the improvement of Sntili rim er in Washington nail Idaho providing for n collector of customs for Hawaii House TIll fjonernl deficiency hill was passed It oarrie mt1itI2l The 10litlrllllIt U the hist of tile supply Lulls yet be actedoh by tin house WnliltiKlnn Mtiy IV Senate lust as the routine business wns concluded h Clnrl of Molilana arose and in ug plIIh ntitloitnoed that he hut sent his re ttiatiiti to time governor of Moittnlltl The resolim ion relntinjj to Mr Clllrl tvenl over nnd I lie sen ate trneeeiletl In the t tIllS H1 ion of routine business title business of importance was Iransneted House The military leatIII propriation bill wti passed atutsemit to the Bemitt This is the mist of tint fielleral appropriation measures and the house will le ready to adjourn as soon as the senate disposes of those it has not passe IInll the tivo houses OIl just the differences in conference Washington May 10 Ciillulrli- ii lulls wore passed 77 of them being private pension bill among them being one granting IOO a month to the willow of Ren Lawton All the other bills were of a meal an t ore aecomiipiisltetlitht orporal t the American National Iet1tCross Xo progress was made with the Alaskan code bill The conference report on the District of Columbia appropriation hill was returned after extended debate- Washington May nflmleThtI- ltlt oflici appropriation bill was cult sidered The commit Ice amendment for the extension of the pneumatic tublc service erIm Iii sonic debate and wns tinder discussion when the senate adjourned House A special river timid harbor bill carrying 100000 for surveys and emergency work waji passed anil the remainder of the lay was devoted to the Alnsktili comic bill Four pages of o t disposedfWashington May ISSpnateThe entire dumyivas devoted to the pneu matic tube system service in the post office appropriation bill The debate at times was shunt nml almost pcr fonal The appropriation WHS defend etl by Senators Chandler Mason Car ter und Wellington und opposed by i cnahttluIhioim llulc Tillmnn Lodge and Woicott House A lull was passed to pay confederate soldiers who surrendered at Appomattox for time Ions of horses and other personal cflVets taken from them in violation of lees capitnlation o irant by which ofllcers ot lecs army were allowed to retain their baggage sidcarms and horses The hut originally carried SOOOim tint the specific sum was stricken out and the appropriation was made in definite A number of private claim bills ere passed- Washington May 10 Senate Vy n vote of fi to Ifi time whole proposition relating In tIme transportation of mails by the pneumatic tube system closillghOIlaccepting from the state of Missouri statues of Ientou and flair located in Statuary hall of thin capitol and from tIll iniinl Army of the Kepiiblic the statue of lien LIst S draut located in the a pilot 1IIIIIlaIHouse On acdiint o a pot i ci rim in the eapili budding the Ii inL held only n short session and trans acted no 1miisietAiiolntuicnt of ftnrk Iterokeil oJlII1tllgate President Pro Tern Krye laid be fore tIme senate a dispatch from the governor of Montana Kobert IJ Smith announcing that he had rc joked the appointment of W A Clark as senator mule by lient lor Spriggs mill had ajipointed Hon Mar tin laglllliH to till the vacancy At the reijuest of lr Chandler chair man of the committee on privileges and elections the telegram was re ferred to his committee Helena Mon May onlt Smith has appointed Martin Maginiris United States senator to succeed William A Clark To Itrfunil tlie Money AVnshington May 20 Senator Tcl ler Saturday introduced an niacin incut to the sundry civil appropria tion bill appropriating JJOOOOO for the money supposed to have been embcz 110idespresident of the United States to rc fund any mooney limit has been cm bezzled or in ammyvav misappropriat cd by time civil or military appointees of the United States from funds col letter in the island of Cuba by the military authorities of the United States A lII Wcilillnjr Xew York Slay Olt is now an nounced that Senator Clark will give his daughter Miss Catherine Clark jewels valued at 85000 upon the occasion of her marriage to Dr Lewis lntherford Morris Six thousand wedding invitations will be issued and it is salt that time total cost of the wedding will be at least 123000 Cnliicr tn AM n Stratified Simmer Kingston Jamaica May IThrirninburgAinorican steamer Valencia nccompanicd by the government steamboat Ready left here for the scene of the wreck of the Cunanl line steamer Carinthia which is ashore on Point Crnvois llayti Itrlrniipil IPOIII Jail Wheeling W Vn May 20 Mrs Emma larler who was the principal witness in tIlt case of loscph Driller convicted of the murder of Jotiis nit more was released from jail where she had been for over a year Iron Mint nvIiiRT In Xcginnee Mich Stay JFhe hUll drrd men employed by the Negaunee Iron mine are idle because a cave In threatens at the mine The niore tnent has been going on gradually for sonic time and it is feared that it will ruin the min- eJierram Ilody Kannd New York May 18Time body of Charles N Uertram a theatrical man ager who hud been missing since April 21 WON found in the buy Her tram was 41 years ohhamid was wcli known in the theatrical profession Cirvu Agent Dead Boston May IS Sheldon 11 Bar rett general iigent of Korepaugh Sells circus died at the United States hotel otter four weeks illness He was one of the best known showmen in the country His home was in Cleveland 0- rrice of IVtier Cut New York Slaj ISThere has been a change in the price of white rarer for newspaper use j t few weeks ago t WKS difiictill hi close n eon iact at i cejits n poutttf Jt ip KJV ertered it W ce4aS r BOERS SEEKING TERMS Gen Dewet Will Surrender Condi tionally With His Commando Cm 1I1nl Ii llrpnrlril to lIa illplili fil 7OO line nl local ii a malie101rr iiiptireIr lonilon May 20 Till whole CritiMi mpire has been eiirrled nIT il feet revvtmi the demonstrations Oil Iiliinitli da pale before the 5mfltm1flC ins 11II1ItS of delirium Iecordrtl n cablegrams from nil parts of thtmtI aiorld where lloals tin union iehriihersl rained feelings have found i eiil n an expression of heartfelt cntliu siaMti which starting hum the varU oils news centers spread like prairie lire through the United Kingdom and the colonies amid converted every tom munity into aggregations of shouting cheering singing halffrantic limit for the most part orderly humanity London May 21 Displayed in the mot completions style in the Daily lixpros is the tlolnliliilit Mil news ofahe morning We have the best rci son for stating that in the luisi I hours a telegram has been received the foreign otliee multi ieseci tic rsoiiu le lo hit prime minister frnin President ICruger proposing terms of peace The exact terms of the message not be stated hill We believe it is couched ill nil exceedingly humblo strainIt is inconceivable of course that Lord Suilislimirycalm have sent any re ply ocept the rind t lint stniids ready on the lip of every lhilollI1I111II11i tional surrender Detail of the relief of Mufeking art still wanting time llritish military an IhorilicN being Without dispatehcM Lord KoberlK t impS that he knows of the relict only through a press agen cy Lord lnnsdowne hut 11 mimii nounces tlmt the wtir ollice expect direct news sooh The situation ill the Held hams changed hint little since Friday Lord Huberts troop are in title form and abundantly supplied Indications 5 ceni to point ii an early movement His cavalry riding over Mcral himltiredsillinre miles in n semicircle be yond Kroonstiid hnve received tho siibmisKioii of hundreds of Ireo S tuiterssIt now appear that time Pewct who olTcred to surrender with 1000 men wn i not the wellknown Urn Drivel hut Commandant Dewet He stipu tnted that the men should be allowed to rclvm to their farms Lord Hob crts replied that the surrender must be umicomirhiliommillaGen Huilrr is front of Lsingsl Vek hesitating to attnclc positions of nonnotis natural otrength The re ports that the Uocrs limit e blown up portions of the Unlllel ore confirmed Although everywhere else they are re ported as retiring out fronted they have elTccted their retreats without losing their convoys or guns or prisoner to any extent Were they dis orpanied theyivomihti strew time lino of retreat with booty Gen ColvilleV bail in Wlnbilrg The Hothii who was captured the Mher day was Philip Itotlia Those urirnileriiig are 111111111 warned iliat if they break thlIaih of neu sauCy tocir hiiiims will bi Inirjirit ail their 1inThe Daily Telegraph is advised that a plot hums brent discovered at Preto rum to depose resident Krnger and to surrender the Transvaal during the present mouth Progressive Dutch mIll and incmliers of the judiciary are asserted in have lIen pIn its to the movement A dispatch to till Daily Mail Iron Torcno Marines dated Sunday says On Thursday the entire Rome force mouth Mafeking i titi the guns was captured by time lirltish- A dispatch to tin Dally Telegraph from Mequatlings Xek ilnlrd May 16 vays eu irahat Is rrportitl td have captured 1500 Uoers at tloco Ian Itnlilirtl tllr Slroncr Hot Kansas City Mo May 21 A lone highwayman entered the corridor of the Coalcs hold one of time leading hostclrips here at J1SO oclock last night and forcing tin strong box of the cigar stand escaped Thr box contained diamonds valued at IWO p230 in gold currency and silver anSI checks lo the amount of 100 Ho held the night clerk and another em 1oye of the hotel off lit the point of a rohr and escaped on a horse tlmt he had tied to the curbing Knur Mrn Hurl In n Wreck Sashxiile Tcru May 20 A bail wreck occurred near Coy iloitrillc when a fast passenger train on tIC Nashville tt Knoxville collided with i construction maim on Licks trestle Tour men were seriously injured Hot II engines were demolished and the tender of time passenger enginn antI the mail aril express cars tele scoped A number of passengers sus taiiird injuries not ura serious char aeter Four Iemnng Pnilly Ilnrl Pittsburgh Pa May 21 A ear riage containing four jicrsons imms truck by a oilIllI in last Pitts burjjh and all four were badly hurt Miss Mamie ISrtit probably fatally TIme others Miss lean Watkins Kd wnrd Mc5innis and Edward Woods were badly bruised and cut MrKlnlrr vnil Hr There Canton 0 May 21 President MIV Kinley has accepted the invitation to be in Canton on Inly 4 when a Span irh t ruiihiyeammnnhn is to be mounted und a patriotic demonstration hell Slnnlor KiilloTrril II Sulrlilr Denver Col May 21 Walter Will lams deputy coroner shot and killed Wm II Downer proprietor of a bath house and turn killed himself The killing occurred at the establishment nf Downer milt no witnesses were present Domestic trouble is given as tliecammseS niu Inrp at Dnliiiinr Dubnque la May 20The Nut ood Driving club has decided upon fSOOCO as tine aggregate of purses for the meeting of August 2021 The entries close lime 11 and August 10 Worklni on tlie oiivpntlon Hull Kansas City Mo May 21 Several rews of artisans worked all day Sun lay on the convention hall The rourlh set of Irusses for the roof was partially put in place To date the mil directors awarded contracts or work that will cost 200000 Two tituilFnta Ilrowneil Princeton X J May 21Two sophomorehiss iir of ICvniiston I IL wen drowned vhlln iryiiijf to elioot the rujiids io u ano in Kin top UJJH L5 fA 1 10 r BARBER GOT IT IIXEDI In Ilclotlnw a Mlllr do UP After Hie Mniincr of III Uliul it Upon Illmarlf Turne1I bitoruoii11 ton rnrntly which ranged a great laughd s the lamia City star Mr liintn peedlIIITlis is taking an unfair advantage of c I a paper ill my Hcket wliicli I am to read it meeting tomorrow ltiaemv tiny paper ami it will take Inc an iiour i InIOllltfClIInlrn mr was in vemlland thrre they a joke man Htksyoii you hloIlhrlolllotil two ilirly collar You are poel lo aiiMvrr Xo And then the moan sa t youA011Ijoke concluded on muc- ititmer who camp into hisliohi oii he allerhItwodilliiswcred the cu tomer Veil dutt one you got enbCARTER MEDICINE CO WINS Olitalni lnjnnetIemin Gnuc Involving Mninlnllnn of Lnlirln Urent Good president of the Carter Medicine Company yesterday reecindI telegram from his Inxvyern capi informing limit tlmt n final in junction with costs limit been granted cjcainM tine Chicago Label and Box Company This company makes a ape cialty nuintifnuttiring Inbcln boxe etc for druggists TIme Carter CornS pany hns been following tiictn through the cnuttK for two years on the com plaint that the label company wan itiakitia finuihitions of the labels of Carters Little Liver Pills Tlipy have now obtained finul injunction with costs and the costs are very large as the case fins been submitted to n Mus let In Chancery for a final accounting The Carter Medicine Company linn been the first and only one to prosecute printers or engravers who have pre ptmd such labels and wrappers lt marks n new departure in infringement greathnllIrllltlctralhnnd also of interest to retail druggists X Y Press May 2 1000 Matter or Memory The man who was attempting suicide was not MiikiiiR for the time Of court it was ucceiMiry hereupon that ie recall everything in his lat liln in the pale of ore intanlt- hn1 lie failed to doIAsain my tuned memory he lmsed1 lid he Mdrd ashore in much which tse in nowise lessened by derisive lough tcr of time rpcttatoraDctroit Journal 6 Art In PennipiviumhiltOur communitv a proteMmonal addition in the crson of M- r1illJoncs xvbo return to his native town in accomplished artist In Philadelphia he was repirded ai one of the bet men in the bather shop He has row cveptds position in Tonilolin ton j torial parlors Mountvillc lol Clarion n VMclvcrTuskcKeeAawrrte Our childs bowels were passing off pure blood mid all prescription failed to relieve her u lowdersd6 It is fatal defect of many ohiuve that ioy aU hopelessly dull ludiuiapolis Netd flAIthIr nCIoUT Cincinnati May 19 CAiTLE Common tt 35 4 70 Hclcct butchers 3 10 ft 5 20 CALVKS Kxtris iiii 75 ltisSeeim t pstckwrs 1 23 3 M- Mlvcd packera to nOh Il IIChoioc I 0 ci ij LAMPS Hxtra tJO ii 1 ILOUK Spring pat 3 03 fe 3 90 WHEAT Xo 2 rem fa 72a- COUX Xo 2 mixed 41Y OATSNo 2 mixed 0 23 KYK Xo S fO 61 HAY Choice timothyim 13 23 mSS POISK 0r12 22 LARIu S7- iDUTTlCUCh dairy 13 rtv 14 Choice oreainerV il 2Ii APPLES hto fancy OS 50 POTATOES Per brl 1 35 f1 I ToiiACCO Xew no igi7 on Old 2 SO 17 73 CltlCAOO- FLOLM Win patent 3 ii 3 70 WHEAT Xo 2 red 72 Ji 73 Xo 3 spring C2 ji 0- 6COiXXo 2 Sti 13 OATS Xo 2 23y8fi 1- 1tYCNo 2 POK Mess 10 55 ifll 75 LAUD Steam S3 7 02 Vi NKV yom 1LOri Win patent 3 40 i 3 85 VIIEVlNo 2 red ii 77 COKX No 2 mixed tW 4- 3tISNo 2 t1Iixedff1JVK hmZ0j fl- POIJICMess U 25 13 00 LAUD Steam tt t 35 1IAITIMOR- B1TtlI Win patent 3 G3 3 83 WlllAT X 2 fed Cv4C 61 Southern rt 72is- COItV Xo 2 mixed It i 41i OoTS Xo 2 mixed 27 t 2t CATTLE Kirht ullal 1 10 fi 31 HOGS Western 550 S 00 INDIANAPOLIS WHEAT Xo 2 red 7- tCOlIiNo 2 mixed tj 30 OATS Xo 2 mixed fi 20 IOUISVIIM- riOlMJ Win patent 25 4 WHEAT Xo 2 red 71 COKX Mixed iit 5Y10ItKIIUVUU Steam 7 00 A L A BI S T I N E 2 i 73 IABAST1NE la the ordinal and only durable wall coating entirety different from all kal routines Ready for use In white or fourteen beautiful tints by adding cola Water ATnnS naturally prefer AIA BASTING for walls and cellI lag became it Is pure clean durable Put up In dr pow Idered form tl1 Iwopound pack with full directions Lli Italaomlnes are tem porary preparations made front whiting chalks clays etc und Btuclc on walls detenylnf animal gluo ALADASI TINE ii not a kalaomlne EWARE of the dealer who Bays ha can cell you time same as AUABASTINB or something just as good Ire trylugND IN OFFERING something hahas bought cheap and tries tosell on ALABASTINES de monds o may not reallre the damage you will suffer by a kajBorrJne on your walls E SIBEE dealers xrlll not buy a Dealers risk one by usinginfringement own right to make wall coat lag to mix with cold water HB INTERIOR WALLS of every hunch and school shouldtbe coited with pure able ALABASTINK Itguards health safeItons usld yearly for this N BUYING AIABASTINB customers should avoid Ret ting cheap kalsomlnes under different names Insist on having our goods In packages and properly labeled UISANCE of wall pa er ta ob- vIated by AUABASTINE It can be used on plastered walls wood ceilings brick or canvas A child can brush It on It doe not rub or scale off STABUSHED In favor Shun alt Imitation Ask paint dealer or druggist for tint card Write us for Interesting took 11 free ALABASTltffi IX Ufand rtptils II1jI S f v T Cnrlonllr Saves Life A package marked quinine was secretly tsnt to a bright I oman but being curious fthe took it to a drurgist who aiJ it was not quinine but arsenic A like into jomi ol the medicine offered will certainly detect thi false from time true For half a century Hostellers Stomaeli Hitters Jus een curing ndie lon ronitipation pepsia liver anl kidney troubles and ha never once failed Try it if you fet weak and tired histrionic ImprobhllltTI quoYaIVtroniu to forget his reproaches toying tejrfuliv Ah boa can vim ever forgive mei Vinirius i ihicI 1etronins withalearnelle thou art my only fi ters Ocad cliild Whereupon tie audience which wa SId ead hut only Itorcl burst into liyi iaugU terKana City Jourzil Cnlnrrh Cnnnnt rip Cured with Local lhlmtatiltir as they cannot reach time seat of disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional diea and in order to cure it ou inut take internal remedies i IahlsCutarm Cure is taken internally and nets dirrctlv on the lilood apd mucous sur faces Halls Catarrh Cure not a quack It was prescribed by one est physicians in ouotO for eal5I and is arcgularprccription ItiHompod of the et tonici combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The Perfect com biuation of the two ingredient is pro dUle wonderful results in curing Ca tarrh Hend for testimonials free KJ CHKXKV i CO rops Toledo O rold ball drtiKJifti price 75c llalli Family 1ills are the best A Different Declaration- She is very proud of the fact that 1 han an ancestor who tva one of the signer of time Declaration of Independence ToutIiorel I I Bulletin Onr Mtthl to Denver Ill t ChiIIrJt iicxt vdMinitoii stale evening Xo change of car raIIIlIlinaodWellGenuine Opflniltni The lesmimr IThat waiter is awfully slow with thoe cheese sindwiclifn The tho never mmml The lndijjDo Your Feet Ache and Darn r Shake into your shoe Allen FootRise a powder for feet It makes tight or Xew Shoes Feel Kiy Cures Corns Itching Swollen Hot Callous Smarting Sore an- t Feet All Druggists and Shoe Stores tl5c pent FKKE Ad Sdrc1 There was a MirhijSJn girl who whie notized borrowed f6oI If he will kindly end tiicnamr of the hypnotic school that turned thr trick she a favor on Anxious lteaderlndiaimapolis News Snm men eem to hunk beeaiisselfpres crvatinn is first law of nature that it is netersary to keep theni ell constantly soaked in alcohp Chicago Daily Drop treated free bv Dr II H Green eons of Atlanta Cta The greatest dropsy fjxrciail in the world Read their adver in another column of this paper If you feel that Oil must cecasionilly yield to tIme ttlIplalfon to tell a lie tell one io that no one believe ItAtchison Globe Iam sure Pisos Cure for consumption iaved my life three years go7II5 Limos 1FeuChkagoDiiiyiews JOc 25c 50c C 11IE A P I I rr X4 Jf WANDERING IN DREAMLAND StoW an Ab rnl3Ilnilcd AVotnan Crenlrd a Laugh la Street Car The young woman mind was probably war ptT in the land of mt yokes and flaring and plaiting and appliijiip snd rotOrs and like that abingtohuptownNimithmdreamily opened her pocketbook when the conductor tonic around for her fare stuck a gloved finger and thumb into one of the compartment of the Same extracted a couple of foulard simpler and with that faraway psprcttion ttiil in hrrcye handed them to the conduJtorThefonJuitorwa ta iiiddleaKcd nun He tmilcit anrt waited for the young woman to iome out of her trance hutsIte held the fouanl samjilea silt to him with her eyes on vacancy until the conductor still grinning had to fetch lirrbocktocartlmVes pretty aims h e sandind rd like to get my wile a dress off that piece on top lout she The young woman blushed like a red hot stove lid diig into another compartment her pocketbook for a car ticket and she lof real embarrassed when the brutal persons across the car aisle grinned she did 110 An Author Wants a Chance A publishing firm recently received time foIlowiDZ ofTer from an anxious autobiog raiilicr who probably had been reading putIworld I led a Criminal life 21 yean Arcst d9 time shot at 27 times tda ed on ham Corpas Warent liroke 13 isles Convicted 7 times liroke I pen and taken 27 myfathernDivosaed If I can get a start in the World l1ie puttinfmr life Before the puBHc I will itiv It iaid that doctor nvet take theiroita- mcdmemneeyet they umuly profit by their own advice Chicago Daily ew To Cure a Cold In One DMT Take Laxative lhromo Qmninc Tllhlll All druggists refund money iitfails tocure 25c- A nice refined neir cxpre ion is Aw stop cliiwin the ran or vommil lint in your lungs Indianapolu New All goods nit alike to PrTXASt F DCLES boIlingSoldThe hundredyard runner is always a clashing fellow Chicago Democrat RS8SS98SSSS3S2S8S96S8SSSSS NONE SUCH Nothing biMr lie muscle abIs for work like SORENESSant STIFFNESS Nolhins telaxe them amid makes a speedy perfect cote like St Jacobs Oil to or A is 40 NEWS INK as of of of It goes lo of a IS or at CAL is word Is routed with THAT a DR E I the the Relieves the f P M Tho drains and which weaken so of the distinctly feminine organs The sufferer majr call her troublo or Female Disease or name but the trouble is catarrh of the female organs nothing Pcrunaradically neatly tjiis nil formsof Catarrh It positive spoific for femalo troubles caused lining organs to wrn n It is prompt and I 111w- 5 I or iWnrauaIon siiornjaOvS- on appllrmiloa to no Pnprrlotrniltot of ImmUraUon Department af taw Canada or address th cdwbowlll ofeolt F Suptof ImmigrstiouOttw Canada or to IX U CAVKN SDicgOehd H T Indianapolis nornhami Hasty Jellycon will answer the question what shall have todsyi have the of delicious orange lemon raspberry the plain calfsfoot matins iae having a large sale Your grocer sells it ImmimIO To IN COLUMNS INSliST WUAT TUKT ASK REFUSING SALL acusriTtrrta OK IMITATIOSS Inrln dcr nall j nsrt teilmniid O4 treatment tree IJr Price 25 ceils RICH BUT WRETCHED on your liver is up and wear ing some day you will cry aloud all your but will not it you in your mad rush to gold No matter what you do what ails you the day every day is the keep watch of wants and help your act help help means bile in the blood foul breath and pains in the back of the head with a and bad all that is good in Dont how rich or poor you are you r cant be well if you have will be if you take in box cost 10 cents take one eat it like candy and it will work while- IL NWL you sleep it cures means it SCflS the walls of the and them life then they act and that is what you want- it is to be found in To any needy suffering from bowel troubles and too poor buy will stnd a Addzes Sterling Remedy Chicago New York and caper a news ink that CHEAP Queen Ink Co Ohio Who have had in making TO THE REQUIREMENTS Such the Speed the Prtuthe Texture the Piper the the Press Room etc FARTHER time look paperand CHEAP least ECONOMI which TIlE TEST for the CHEAP This NEWS INK THE PART Irritation E I H NRegulates Bowels Child Easy TEETHINA Bawd ofCostsWCJ Mi 8T LOUHi MQi lil J3A IftO R WO DNS discharges manyToaienarfScaased byCaStarrh Lcuchorrhoca some other rci1Sand elseppcrma cures and otherSisa bycatarrhofthcdclicateSpeculiar ItalwayxcuresifnsedSpetistently certain In3or4YearsaIiiepe4eiceIsAssircd rpiraCy AJI dtitgsieseiei1 G ntcrlct O Cixlrnlm maO Touallasc Damhiemsetefrt5SrtuLaY Oituo HOLMEa lad- DoToulCuose satlisfacStorily for dessert You choice six flavors strawberry peach wild cherrySand for and coffea jellies EserywhereJeilyconCis UtAlZRSOVTIIl5PtPER nor AvTmNG SAlivitnIsrti ITS SHOULD UPON I1AVINO fOK ROOFING ICeBtaSquariFt 1 3IaUookor UHORtESSSOSSJkaDAiUntaOm Fight for wealth old Money BagsSdrying bowels out for health offering wealth youSget because neglected Nature get or today is dayto Natures bowels regularly CASCARETS willSNature you Neglect awful loading feeling for care bowel troubleSyou regular CASC- ARETSgetthemto4ayCAS4RETS metal gently that StrcngUI muscular bowels gives new regularly naturally guaranteed THE IDEAL LAXATIVE mortal CASCARETS we box tree Company mentioning advertisement IS manufacture by The City Printing Cincinnati years experience MEET Temperature ADDS Makes PaperrLOOK MOFFETTS fAIIijs Aids DIgistiM OrwattIItthti 19PFETT debilitating Vcatnes3or UseCertaiHwgQiTe ALL- DRUGGISTSS i + ++ ++ 4 +ePt titSNothing Extra To patronize the personally conducted excursions to Cali fornia via the Santa Fe Route A special conductor is employ ed by the Railroad Company to make its patrons comfort ableSDetails of service given on request t T kTAGRADY + Senile TfcoAtcfc U4S itare lilmsay 3lo9AdamstrettChicsgo tE 4 BertCorj il8yrapt Tattei GouO CH tntlme Sow V drarslca jL ANK1I- 1814 WREN VBrrivo TO AHVRTISER 4 pissiac SIaSS ilal 75 5 f gTU LeSS n IMI pipersS ck a ShJi Co i fttJl 1fa + 1k OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENT a 7 ForAppellate Judge To the Republicans of the Seventh Appellate District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this a district Subject to your action Election November 1900 Reap ED C OKEAK a THURSDAY MAY 21 1900 t The Deed Is Completed On Monday at 1 oclock the United States Supreme Court handed down a decision dismissing the writ of error in the Kentucky a Gubernatorial contest case and holding that there was no Federal question in issue Chief Justice Fuller and Justices White Gray Xyrkhnm end Shires concurred in bf opinion Justices BrcrcrBrown a nnil McKrnnn dissented on certain flulnll and Justice Ilurlan dissent r id entirely announcing that in his opinion the judgment should be ro Versed That judgment completes Beck hnrafl title to the office of Governor a r nT Kentucky FI far as any law can- S ji ijivohOil njiainst it hut in jus 1jce his title is not worth the snap 4 nf ones finder The law seems irn potent to pie justice in that roo tprrt TIe struggle for the resto I ration of oivil liberty will bo long- intcnsrly OillriIt and no doubt nl t aithAt hcnrtbreiiking at time but 1 a duty thai cant be shirked if 1 the people wiuld bo free Eternal s vigilntico as the priet of liberty t must nlj be supplemented by in- ccmani labor tUe the desired end 4 will not be reached The responsi hit author of this UKurpntion have inflicted the greatest wrong upon their State it ever receivedF NKELYISU ias natural u fruit of 3F the 11fCl tnt phase of expansion as 4 blackberries of briars ia Sow national robbery under the name of expansion and the crop of crime will bo sure us Unit hare L Teat follows seedtime ti UNCLE SAM didnt start out to 2 civilize Cuhn as Win Tweed iiJ would have done it but some of bis ztnts seed to have been working on the Twrrd plnn- y rfj iF Clark iii seated us U S Soon W tor from Montana over Martin Ma j ginnif appointed by Gov Smith LbeTill bo in n position to exclaim Sic semper Mnginnis a1 STAIU militaryawed Berlin Ger t Wany was not above a riotous strike of 5000 streetcar employe J the past week and things were about as lawless as in St Louis b ftiCS mmm mmm Tim great battleship Kentucky s wne formally placed in commission last Tuesday n week Now let Em py Will do n cakewalk on the tall of Uncle Samuels coat if he dare I J ftM POSTMASTER THOMPSON of Ha vana is H Thompson with a p Ho would like for that p to stand for a pull which would keep him toitof prison He has confessed r enough to make bis cake dough 1 I Ir Nerly cant be taken back to 11 Cuba under laws in force when his I t rime was committed it looks to a rLS3i layman like he cantbe taken under 1j Abe es post facto extradition bill introduced in Congress to meet his case lIi4 WaD the real thing in the boss LtIk way wnhts anything where the peo LI pIe dont have the sayso Iii gener iellygets it Boss Cox of Cincinna out oyer wouldbe rivals for i a place on the National Republican 1 Committee bZ TOE sun will be in eclipse next I Monday but Goebeliem will still a like a rotten mackerel by moon i light shine and stink and stink and shineas John Randolph of a Roanoko said of Henry CloyUn identified Exchange c Cot Jiu COBBETT is being prom s inently mentioned for Congress Jp from th New York Tenderloin dis trict No doubt the exChampion pugilist would average tip welt with Congress in both intellectualabili I ty and political integrity J TEHI IIKE Governor Beckbam and Gay Mount of Indiana are not tbe boeoroestof official friends nndBeckham refuses to give upp i Indiana fugitives from the law who c reach Knturky for which Indiana criminals will ever bold Beckham S Iaplcaannt remembrance j FOR years the antipathy of tbo tramp to bathing has been a stand ing joke of the newspaper humor rai ist Last week a tramp sentenced i to the workhouse in Cincinnati for c loitering actually dropped dead it j it supposed of fright when he was stripped and led to the bathroom tI for a bath a THE unkindest blow Jfeely hit Uncle Slim over Cubas shoulder was when be imported a large lot t of paper free of duty under tbe pretence that it was for postoffice I nse and then sold it to a Havana r printing house That is worse than mere smuggling it is sacrilege rf against if holy tariff law IT isnt the money power that i will eat up the Bryanite delegates at Kansas City but the hotel power andilgorotiskicking is going on 4i nver paying five dollars per day for tot less than four days for the 4 privilege of sleeping five to tho f room KunfiaB City must think its Bother Paris running a worlds ex rJ position Twenty dollars for sleep ing on a cot in a room with four i4kother men je quite the equal of Farieian extortion a 4E2 f p J ttz aV f a j s1s J r t iPr d b 4 7 71 3 ao rr = oru r cmI F bU rj = j = lz t1 1 I l KIw I ion 7b = rn T DONTFAILTO LOOKATGILLONSi-i you wish to buy MENS OR BOYS CLOTHING SHOES SHIRTS UNDERWEAR OVERALLS 5G EVERYTHING NEW AND UPTODATE Ho sells for CASH ONLY consequently you are not taxed to cover losses on others ONE PuCE ANn ALWAYS THE LOWEST OLD STAND WIAN STREET OWINCSVILLE KY r rTilE three Boer peace envoys were made much over when they landed at New York City last week An English journal laid it on Cro ker and wants him boycotted Cro kor is mighty fond of English life and horse racing so he had better walk gingerly INDIA with all of its famines has point of superiority to America There a person with a lac of ru pets is heeled here u person with a lack of dollars isnt in it though with a lark of sense he is eligible for a politician and maybe nothing personal to edit a rural week Iy Tn ESt Louis streetcar compa flies are truly between the devil and the deep tune sea The strik ers will not let theta run their cars and time House of Delegates passed a hill to revoke their charters be cause they failed to run their curs in compliance with the cityordi minces wDONT forget there is a Presiden tial ticket of Swallow and Woolley Just what it stands for is not known hint tho two big parties will ho for everything in sight partic ninny the oll1rcl positively shut ting out any competition thu Messrs Swallow nnd Woolley could offer TilE softnosedarmor piensrg shell for naval guns was a rabr belated alarmcry in the Sette when the subject of building nn armor plant WitS up It seems that the Navy hind a supply of the pro jectiles on tho warships in the Span ish war but never had occasion to use them THE British town of Mafcking besieged since the breaking out of the Boer war was relieved last week The people who have been penned up there cant be lamed for being prejudiced against horses and mules since they have lived on horse and mule meat so long MAJOR UKNKV T ALLENS forces on Samar Island Philippines ore having the hardest fighting of any The 43d regiment had a fight at Catarina with 700 Filipinos killing 209 of them Only three Americans were wounded Major Gilmore with 1000 of the 43d was ambushed near Pambugan but ho killed 75 Filipinos Ur to May 17th the exports of gold on the present movement amounted to 9000000 People had got so that they didnt care for gold over other forms of cur rency but as soon as the foreigncrsI begin to show a our people begin to squeeze the yellow disks until tho eagles on then scream TrurMontuna Senatorship affair is getting extremely interesting Gay Smith according to dispatches at first said Lieutenant Goer nor Spriggs had the legal power to appoint Clark Now he says it was due to collusion nnd fraud and he revokes it and appoints MartinI Maginnis THE beginning of the end of the Civil war has come The House passed a bill to pay Confederate soldiers for losses sustained by reason of tbe nonobservance of the terms of capitulation Grant gave Lee whose soldiers nt the Appo mattox surrender were to retni tbpr baggage horses and side arums DEPUTY AUDITOR REEVES of Cu ba has also confessed and given up 4500 swag Neely gave him What a lot of lollypaloosns Uncle Sam sent down to civilize the Cubans I And Hawaii Porto Rico the Philippines and other outlying precincts to boar from A little more expansion and therell be n bustamentation TOE English during the Spanish war smiled indulgently nt the Americans as immature boyish people prone to magnify national achievements and glory and to dis play enthusiasm all out of propor tion over naval and army victories and tbe heroes born of them They were too used to that sort of thing dont you know to do other wise than take them as a matter of course Yet London went plumb ra ving distracted with joy last week over the relief of Mafeking and made as many kinds of a spectacle of itself as New York could have done They ought to como down from thoir affectation of lofty su periority TnAT Cuban postal mess gets nastier as the investigation goes on W P Thompson postmaster of Havana W H Reeves Deputy Au ditor of Cubnand two Cuban stamp clerks were arrested and jailed Neely who was practically insol vent a year1 or so ago went to Cuba on an 1800 salary and rolled as high as a big capitalist having he sides big interests in various enter prise20O0O to put up ns cash bail as well as several thousands in cash and jewelry that Uncle Sam found on his person at the time of his arrest A not very agreeable feature of the affair is the report sent out from Washing ton that the officials there are as tonished that certain parties are involved and express belief in their innocence No covering up and no manufacturing of public sentiment will be tolerated by the people If the Administration knows whats good for it it will go for the rascals teeth and nail if it takes the hide off of even Administration pets r 3 f g T 0 o =v r Y J n Sin MICIIAKL HicKsllKAcn Brit ish Chancellor of the Exchequer pays the nations expenditure is growing tit an enormous a danger aims rate and he regards it as the real danger for if it continues there may be very hall times in store for the country particularly for the working eludes Thats it tho working cIa SRS pay the freight on costly imperialism TOM Honor a Chicago Irishman was elected chief of the Winnebago tribe of Indians limit his ofUco is disputed by nn Indian named Tom Thunder who hits challenged Rod dy to light a duel to settle the claim to time leadership If they would fight lapjacket rules with three yearold hickories it would be worth tho price of admission to see it BRITISH civilization is ngain conspicuously displayed by the uiobs rejoicing over the relief of M a feking assaulting tho persons and destroying time property of those opposed to time war and the destruction of tho Boer republics in London Aberdeen Belfast nnd elsewhere The police were unable to cope with time rioters at some places nnd tho troops hud to be called out A U S JirnoE at Little Rock Arlrkist J u io John A Williams m intolerant of time lawlessness of strikers ivhen they como uulcr his jurisdiction Ho sent one to prison on a charge of interferring with a nonunion workman on n car run by a receiver appointed by his Court Ho also said tho tcrmBcab applied to men under his Courts protection was very near contempt and must be stopped HIGH prices have got in their work pretty effectually in pome lines of manufactures The Wire and Nail trust was one of the firs t bigorganizations to fly distress signals Now the Book Taper trust of the West concludes to run its mills only two thirds of the time Products got so high that they were not used except in cases of necessity If prices had kept down within reason time demand would have been on the rising scale the manufacturers would have IwdII steady and profitable business and labor would have had employment and been reasonably contented Greed has overreached itself Ac this is a Presidential rear the effect may be made a decisivo influence lit the polls WHILE the Boer republics arc well worthy of the sympathy and moral support of the people of the United States it is entirely too much that this nation should in anyway take up their cause the morally indefensible designs conquest being carried out by Great Britain This nation cant regular ly play the part of knighterrant t because great and strong as it if it cant champion by force of arias or by intervention that might lend to armed conflict the causes of weak nations against the strong however worthy said causes may be Selfinterest to the extent of self preservation prohibits it The Mon roe Doctrine was adopted rather us a selfprotective policy than one to defend the various American re publics ScNATouCLAKKof Montana stole a decided march on his enemies last week Gov Smith is opposed to Clark but he had to go to Cali fornia to attend to some business Lieutenant Governor Spriggs is a Clark partisan Chandler had giv en notice that he would call up the Clark case in the Senate on May 15th but Clark forestalled him by rising to a question of personal privilege He went for his enemies and then read a letter he had written to the Governor of Montana resigning his scat in tho U S Sen ate That blocked the expulsion game Acting Governor Spriggs of course received the resignation and immediately appointed Clark to serve until tho next Montana legislature elects a Senator Clark promptly accepted and will proba bly be seated Sharps no name for it No doubt Bill Chandler him self was knocked speechless with admiration and when it comes to smart sharpness Chandlers it TOE Republican State convent on at Louisville last week to instruct delegates to the National Republi can convention at Philadelphia was the most impressive gathering of the party held in recent years It was notable too for the presence of sonic of tho ablest Democrats in the State who while diametrically opposed to the characteristic prin ciplos and policies of the Republican party have enlisted in the fight for the restoration of civil liberty in Kentucky and to secure the ut ter rout of Gocbolism the most blighting political influence that has ever operated in tbe State Only a Republican can accept those parts of time platform endorsing the Administration and general Republican policies What Democrats opposed to Gocbolism desire in the premises is to use tho only organ ized means available to down the oligarchy that has done the great est wrong to the State ever attempted in State politics Goebelism and democratic institutions can not flourish coincidentally It must bo a peoples rule or the despotism of a few Goebclites t c r A nisiATCH says that Liliuokalu nil exQueen of Hawaii left Wash ington City lust week for Honolulu in bad health and probably going home to die There is a good deal that is pathetic in her case and it is another example of tho fact that tho AngloSaxon race with nilof its l std civilization is us cal Ionshearted and indifferent to the moral rights of the darkskinned and even some of tho white races aB any that hits appeared in histo ry Queen LiI from nil accounts is like time most of time Kanaka race from which sue comes a gen tie kindhearted artless woman Her mission to this country seems to huvc been to enlist influence that would restore her people to national independence but that having failed she aimed to secure a pension from the nation that do posed her from her throne and do spoiled her race of nationality She failed of course she didnt have any political influence worth courting by any party or element Contact with civilization is making quicker work of the destruction of tIme Kanakas than nearlyany other race Their extinction now will proceed in a rapidly increasing ratio and before many generations they will be but a memory in tilth native land- BuIlmnNo up tho merchant marine by means of the HunnaPayne ship subsidy bill belongs to tho Same order of economy us that practiced by Henry Ward Beecher in gardening It was conceded by a critic that ho raised time finest turnips ever seen but it was averred at time same time that the turnipi cost Mr Beecher ono dollar per pouiu to produce There is no doubt nnt time United States cnn win buck nearly any proportion of the ocean currying trade it wishes if it will pay bounties enough but what dues it benefit tho people tl1 do so in that way Forrignen largely do the carrying bushiest for this nation at least the Fhip companies urn organized under foreign laws and sail their vessels under foreign flags though it is said that a good deal of American cap ital is invested in those foreigi companiesWhy thorn not more Amen can companies in this business In the first place because the pro tectionists in Congress have united their forces and prevented the repeal of the old laws prohibiting foreign built ship from American registry and from living the Sinn and Stripes In forator real Deiji ocratic days Democratic stalestner worked earnestly timu and aguir to secure the repeal of those laws so that an American could buy hi ship in the cheapest markil compete for business under the American flng lint no thu Amer JlrlHccte1lfchant marine to an unimportant positionIn second place from tin Civilwar up until recently then were so many more profitable fields for American capital that it gave them tho preference Now that capital has become superabundant it seeks to enter the ocean carrying trade but competition is so great that tho business is dofte on a very narrow margin of profit It is ol legcd oven that much American business is done cheaper titan for any other nation Why then should the American capitalists who want to enter this business have it made more profitable by bounties taker out of the pockets of time people tho poor people especially Prejudico against capital if demagogueborn folly but opposi tion to wringing taxes out of time people in order to give them tr make an income on capital is not oula right but a duty JUDGE R C BURNS of Catletts expositiontrageous manner in which the State has been gerrymandered to cheat the Republicans out of their proper proportion of the offices Ho make too plain for controversy tho fol lowing facts 1 A certain number of counties are so arranged as to give the Democrats eleven State Senators whereas by population they are entitled to only eight making a cheating gain of threo Democratic Senators 2A certain number of counties nre gerrymandered to give seven teen Democratic Representatives whereas by population they arc en titled to only olovon another cheating gain of six 3 A certain number of counties are arranged so as to give nine Re publican Senators whereas they are by population entitled to eleven i another cheating Democratic gain of two 4 A certain number of counties are gerrymandered so as to give only twentytwo Republican Repre sentatives whereas they ore en titled to twentysix a cheating Democratic gain of four 5 The State Constitution provides that Not more thnn two counties shall be joined together to form a Representative district Yet three mountain Republican dis tricts were made with three coun tieseaohand one with four coun ties a violation of the Constitu than in order to give single Dem cratic counties with but a half or a little over of the necessary propor tion of population a Democratic Representative The Senatorial ratio is 48911 a 4S J r co r z i5and tIme Representative is 18580 Harrison Nicholas and Robertson counties with only 31320 population have n Democratic Senator while Laurel Pulaski Whitloy Knox Hell Jackson anti Rockcas tie with 99241 population get only one Republican Senator tine Blue grass person counting ns time cquiv alent of over three mountaineers anti a considerable proportion of the Bluegrass population being negroes while tim negro population throughout the mountains is insig nificant In tho same way the eleven counties of the 33d district with 85166 population have one Republican Senator while Gaunt in Boone and Owen with only 34513 population get u Democratic Sen ator There are numerous other instances where it requires nearly twice us ninny population to secure a Republican Senator as to secure a Democratic one McLean county with 9867 pop ulation bus a Democratic Repre sentative while Christian county with 34045 gets one Republican the population in a Democratic county being worth in representa tier more than three to one ns much as that in a Republican count Many similar instances are shown with the proportion about two to one in favor of the Demo crate One doesnt have to be a Repub lican or in sympathy with the char acteristic principles and policies of the Republican party to appreciate and condemn the outrageous char acter of this gerrymandering cheat any fair minded person who realizes time importance of equality of repre sentation and the necessity for fair play if this shall continue a peoples government must condemn it It is altogether beside the question to say that the Republicans would have done the same trick if they hud had the power that is not doubted in the least But tho rights of the people come in nil along the line and forbid either or any party to cheat or manage political mat ters in such ii n outrageous manner Political trickery rascality nnd crimes are wrongs against time right as much as the crimes that ore prohibited b3 law for tIme peoples pro tection The way to make politicians do right is to defeat them nt the polls for wrongdoing no mutter if they do propose to favor the same general policies as yourself Time coun trys palitical salvation lies in that course anti no oilier CCJlHESPCNDENCEVyoming OWIngsIwere QUI Itarbor Miss Lida Tipton was in Owiiigsville from Thursday until Sunday YoT LnThrnm bought last veok of Sam Lathruiu two threeyearold mares at 100 each I It Conycrs bought last week of Lee Rice the Abe Jones farm for 4thirtyfireSeveral from this community tended church at State Valley Sun day and report a good meeting We had quite a good shower of rain Friday night but not enough to make a tobacco season From the way time river rose there must have been considerable rain above here The river has risen about three feet and is almost clear Grange Cltv J L Murkwell and Geo Phelps went to Mt Sterling Friday Time Democratic primary elec tion passed off quietly hero Saturday Dr W 0 Phillips wife nnd son visited relatives at Wyoming Sat urday Bud Collivor left Sunday after noon en route to Mt Sterling to attend court Dr Win E Phillips nnd James Perkins of Bethel exchanged horses hero Saturday J S Power and daughter Lida of Flemingsburg were hero Thurs day en route to Owingsville Mrs AI Rawlings left Thursday for a visit to relatives at Frank fort then to Iowa whore she has become an heir to a largo fortune Flat Crook Newt Cassity sold a horse last week for 50 Several farmers have set tobacco in this vicinity Wm Rice had a very valuable steer to die last week Miss Lizzie Clark of Prickly Ash visited here hist week Sam Williams visited friends near Olympia last Sunday Miss Same McClain visited her friends on Licking river last week Willard Cassity sold n fiveyear old horse to n Winchester company for 100 Mrs B FParker and Miss Lillic Steele were in Owingsvillo one day lust week Robert Crooke of Montgomery county is suffering severely from a sprained wrist There was a man on Flat Creek last week who instead of picking his wifes geese sheared them with tho sheep shears Luck to you Buddy we hope you will have bet ter success next time T T = Midland City Gardens are looking fine since time ram Richard Thompson is not ex pected to live- Subscribe for TilE OUTLOOK and learn something- Mr and Mrs Mason Teal visited daylastJames H Shepherd of Hillsboro visited his nioco Mrs Thomas Denton Thursday Mr und Mrs Belford Fanning of Yale visited the latters sister Mrs Emma Myers the past week According to the views of tho writer THE OUTLOOK needs but ono thing to make it perfect and that is a correspondent from Okla Own Salt Lick Mrs J II Maze is confined to lyr room with a sprained ankleIT B Staggs of Sunday in town returning Mon day Miss Lena Robbins who has been attending school at Olive Hill is at home on a visit Charles Bates and sister Miss Kate of Scranton arc visiting tho family of C E Whitcomb Henry Wills Sherman Gullett Press Jackson and Wm Clayton attended court at Mt Sterling MondayDr H Robbins of Yale has purchased the old schoolhouse property of Isaac Shouso and will move here soon J H Campbell and W A Whit comb attended the Odd Fellows Encampment banquet at Mt Ster ling last Wednesday nigh- tSherburno Dr C P Browning is very with la grippe Uncle John A Vice is seriously ill with la grippe Tho dwelling home and meat house belonging to G A Heard were destroyed by fire late Wednesday afternoon building und contents were totally destroyed loss about 800 La grippe numbered among its victims Mrs D D Vice whose death occurred Monday May 14th Interment at Longview Cemetery Tuesday She leaves a husband and six children to mourn their loss The bereaved family have time sympathy of numerous friends in their sad ufiliction Died at 4 oclock a m Friday May 18 Wm l1au hey aged 71 Deceased lived in this place with his son Henry The immediate cause of his death was hemorrhage of tho lungs caused by lu grippe Interment at Longview Cemetery Saturday Deceased leaves a fain ily of seven children and a host of friends to mourn their loss Cratgs It rained n very little here Mrs Sncdegnr is some better Mrs Melissa Snedegar is very poorly again Many thanks to South Side for his compliments Bob Warren lost a fine brood mare by death She left a mule colt John Staton of Olympia was the guest of Mrs Melissa Snedegar SaturdayMontgomery and Ellis Toy of Flat Creek were guests of Sam Shultz Sunday Your correspondent visited Salt Lick Sunday and called on W E Atchison and wife Sam Shultz sold to Sam Lathram a sucking calf for 20 to bo taken the first of August Isaac Toy and wife visited James Boyd and wife on Upper Prickly Ash Saturday and Sunday Mrs Wm Toy and children vis ited her daughter Mrs Eph Hat ten near the old tunnel Saturday and Sunday Elder Tinsley will preach on the thirtieth day of May at the Old Fields burying ground on the Olym pia turnpike at eleven oclock I would say to the Odessa corres pondent I would like to make two guesses who that wonderful doctor is and if I dont guess right than lie must tell mo Elder Parker filled his appointment at Slate Valley Sunday morn ing nnd Elder Ross filled tho pulpit in the evening They had large und attentive audiences both morn irigand evening Mrs Joseph Parker of Jessamine county started home Wednesday accompanied by her father George Garner who it is reported con templates staying and attending the reunion of Confederate Voter ans nt Louisville For a Good Shave OB FIRSTCLASS HAIRCUT OB SHAMPOO oo TO THE Parlor Barber Shop BankingCoIng and trimming ladies nnd chil yourhouseROBERT JOHNSON TI = orI rill Howards Mill Hot and dry in this vicinity Francis McQuithoy spent Mon day in Owingsville Rev Leonard preached hero last Sunday to a large crowd Ed Owing and others rolled logs all day last Saturday J M and Willie Stout of Ow ingsville were here Friday Jno H Henry and Miss Martha Dennis attended the icecream sup per at Union Church Saturday nightMiss Nora Henry returned home Saturday from Lexington where she has been visiting her sister Mrs W A Adams To tho good old Farmers Dont get discouraged it will ram someday for we city people think lots of you wo depend upon you for our meat bread clothes and some times a little whisky It has been about two months since I have written the Howard Mill news for the good old OUTLook but I will say that I have had many trials and tribulations since I impoillibiofordate I will try and do my best but it is impossible to please every one Now Jet me tell you I am nof mar reodyIOUTLOOK so you all can take a presentfrom Knob Lick A slight shower here Friday Tho apple and peach crops are showing up nicely The ore company is preparing to roast some of its ore The dry weather has killed con especiahiyIThero is somo breaking to do ye and the ground is so dry it cannot be broken There is quite a maddog scare Jan Moxleys child is reported having been bitten cuttinglumbern large amount if they can contract it Corn is coming up fairly well There is considerable complaint of cut worms nnd another neV worm that is killing the corn The Sundayschool Pea Sticks is getting along very well considering their chance Martin S xton is their Superintendent arid he is giving his earnest efforts to tin school The Sioux Falls or the Drputv Democratic gathering means one of two things they are either Democrats or are wanting to sell out If Democrats they should have waited until the Democratic convention and gone in regularly They have instructed for Bryan and nominated Towne What the Democrats will do for them will be a plenty They will kick Towne overboard and tell the Deputies they have either to support Bryan or walk the plank The next thing is Who warts them What party can afford to bid for them traitors and ingrates to tbe people and principles as advocated by the Peoples party Who or what party would receive any benefits from such a crow of political pirates and Populistprice to strike those colors and lower them in the dust They nre the fellows that were going to throw tho Populists over the transom at Cincinnati If they did the party manfully followed There is not a real Populist who would follow those fellows for a moment Bethel C B Williams is quite sick threatened with grip Will Peters wife and Miss Carrie Arrasmith spent Friday in Ow ingsville S P Baird and wife of Carlisle spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs Cy Arrasmith MrsIW P Given went to Flemingsburg Monday under treatment of Dr Aitkin Born on the night of tho 20th to the wife of Ed Ratliff nee Ruth Williams a daughter tneir sec ondborn Jtffy Annie Ratliff Margaret Ar rasmith Mrs W P Given and Mrs D S mumbo spent Wednesday in Carlisle The muchneeded rain came at last Friday and Saturday revived and refreshed everything especially the farmers who are so discour aged Ollie Arrasmith Garrett Judy and their schoolmate Mr Tar came homo from Millcrsburg to spend Saturday and Sunday with their parents One of our cute little Sunday school boys about 31 years old was asked thoqucstion last Sunday why tho woman wiped the Saviours feet with her hair He said I reckon cos she had no towel The house of George Beard near here was destroyed by fire Friday afternoon with all its contents A little child who was asleep came verynear being burned He also lost his meathouse nothing left T I jitra r I r tlh ItS IMrs Dike Vice died at her horns last Monday after a lingering iIII ifness of ninny weeks and was burled LongvioCemetery and six children to mourn their loss f 1William Haughey familiarly suddenlyJustoclock at the home of his son Hen ry in Sherburne He had been sick with grip for a few weeks but was well and able to go about walking around as usual all day and talking with friends until eight oclock at night when he retired He called to his son to como coughing He was buried here Saturday beICemeteryHethree sons to mourn their Jose He j was well known in our village and community having lived here many years highly respected and had many friends4t11 Stepstone 1 Our sick are now all on the fm prove I 1rain1 Miss Mary Jones spent Monday I with Mrs Jno Karrick Sr here JCeo W Carter says he feels bet ter now that JaB H Myera has had his picture taken Richard Montjoy of Ewington took dinner with his sister Mrs B F Myers Jr Sunday Win Williams of Nicholas Co is visiting his uncle Jas L Wil liams here for the last week Davoy Estill and two sisters were callers at bis aunt Mrs H C jMeads for a few hours Sunday Quite a large crowd attended i tbothGrandma says it is not soatthere is but one boy alive tbaTHiB t cares for and that is the widower The best cow M F Wilson had died Monday morning leaving a fine young calf a week old She had lockjaw They will start to open the conn ty road from Sondheimers 4 Bath county Jine at A J Garretts7ton Thursday next May 24th i Mrs G S Utterback went to tMt Sterling Monday to have Dr Anderson work on u cancer that is comingon her face near tbe eye Mrs Ruth Mockabeo has sent off for a Columbus buggy and will soon be seen riding around tho country in it Hope she will bo be well pleased The preacher of Corinth church Rev M Frank of Lexington Biblo College was the guest of B F J Myers Jr and wife from Saturday t to Monday He is a very good talker fora boy thats sure The young daughter of W B Henry took very sick while the mother and children were spending the day at Thos Cnssitys last Monday and hnd to be hauled home li5erlOlIEG Nichols foreman of the stonemason force that was hero rr working so long several years ago paid us a living call Thursdny They are located at Enterprise now but he tells us they will be hero again some time this to bridge Stepstone cast of summerfDied at Olympia noon our former townsman Robt Ragan after a lingering illness covering about 4 years and culmi flitting in consumption Be is bet ter off we know but oh how we feel for the wife and 6 small chit dren that are left behind with no protector nor adviser They are in very low straits financially and we hope they now will not have to go hungry that the head of thcP familyhas gone over tbe river to that land of everlasting sunshine He was laid to rest in the Alexan der graveyard where the remains J of his mother and brother have j been buried before him He had a y hard road to travel hero below and has surely earned the everlasting glory that he has entered above His widow was Mrs Callio Hall neeWilson a daughter of the late Burrill Wilson of Slate neighborhood Peace to bis bridgetand protection to those Ee hind is our prayerC- OJJTIX0ED OX PlEaT PAGE J The very finest The ne plus ultra Tho cremo da la creme Thats HAK 1J PER Whiskey in three languages Sold by JW Lane Owingsville Ky tJand Lane t Hazelrlgg Olympian tq IJAMESROSS9 Home Steam LaUndry MT STERLING KY SATISFACTION GUARANTEED YOUR PATBONAQS IS SOLICITED Office OUTLOOK OFICEtPALACE BARBER SHOP C P flANN Prop 1 Owingsville KytI have moved to time pocket one door from O O Harris meatstore where you will always find sharp razors and clean towels I solicit r your patronage 42 t SPRING 1900 J TREESI PLANTSJ t VINES Jl1 for orchard lawn and t JItuckyGrape vines Strawberry plants IdlnnrUyberry catalogues to bo had on appll fIcation to HF HILL NHXYER Lexington Ky I i w F 1L