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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d l J J y r YjLt trroIi v t rs Ni i JMa I r FJ or 4 l rd F i F Jf1 l 0 ift l 01I f tr ii IL I jUG r r t t f f 1If J utioak l i ijI i Tbe tuingtillr PJI 1 i 11 r u VOL XX 1 OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 3 I 1900 NO 45 5 r When you have a news item or wish to communi cute with Fin OUTJOIIKI office liy i hbiie up 7 Go to Mrs Estillfl for Lace Curtains PoseR Brackets etc Read new ad of E IA A T Byron in this Uiib Fine watcH repairing at O C Harris The tobacco growers had to pay f2 to 250 for tobacco setters 1uedayand Wednesday For m ttylUh turnout of any del CrfpUdfi gh td PATTERSON CAtirrr A little minor rain fell Wednes day ansi following night last week It wasnt much damper than Fri days heavy fog E C PEURT Dentist located nybr J M Richarts store Ofllco hours8tol2aInltO5Pm JC Shropshire of Fayetto Co sold fiftyseven hend of his Mont rose herd of Shorthorn cattle last week at an average of 12227 d Red Yellow and White Sweets Potato Plants nt Brother Good it pasteraBorn Slay 24th to Isaac Crotleh Iand wife nee Nettle Covle near I Reynoldcvillc a fine son their first born It has been named Roe Go to O 0 llarris for fine watch and Jewelry repairing All work guaranteedaAn official says thc compan expects to extend the railroad from THIlsboro to Morehead this vear according to his letter in the Flcm it Ingiburg Gazette See the bargains in Inwns nnd dimities that I am offering Ifknow I can please youtJudge Ed C Drear has the Re publican Appellate Judge nomina tion practically won having se cured enough votes to nominate him on the first haUnt Cherries are nearly rl eand the xvnxwidg birds are announcing thep fact in flonks their dainty of sweetsweet being heard wherever there is a cherry tree tItynu have never had ono offr f S Urscutsouultp- it4eithai hitvo fnrize style c rIn action DuGWCoxxtuL DeWitt C Flood of Moores Fvr Pp ry has been granted pension of 12 per month on account of the L g l death of his son Chesley Flood a volunteer for the Spanish wnrin the Second Kentucky who died of fe ycr nt Camp Thomas Chickamau ga Park i STuno8m1l pnlered dt horned cow white on back breast rarid belly port of Tight ear clipped off5 years old Any information of her whereabouts thankfully receiv ed by Tnos IcGtoTnis Craigs Ky DRY Tixs1t tries very ba- rdito rain but doesnt succeed Sun day night there was a very good imitation of a thunderstorm which would have been realistic on the theatrical stage but the waterfall wasnt enough to spoil a ladys nice spring hat Tobacco Growers If you want to know of a process guaranteed to keep your tobacco free of worms write for free information to Hillis Bros McFall Mo A large number of the lady rein tires of the Confederate veterans Ie T5are attending the national reunion at Louisville this week Miss Nora Peters was selected as Sponsor of IiPatrick K Cleburne Camp and she Clara Bascomandg Louie Peters Maids of Honorp Get prices on the Champion Mowers and Malta Double Shovel Plows and Cultivators at Eugene t MiBlhanB 41tf t WELL PATBOSIZED The ladies of the Methodist Church gave a 1 strawberry and icecream eupper in the Courthouse yard on the oven r ingot May din the interest of the lund to buy a carpet for the t church Good mnsio was provided and the was well patronized the net proceeds being S20 The s ladies deserve credit for their zeal ous endeavors SUGGESTION TO FARMERS The season is late now to get out a to bacco crop The oats crop is worth less The clover and timothy crops will be largely failures The wheat L straw will be short All this was r caused by the drouth Wouldit not be advisable to put in millet a for tion of the ground intended for to 1bceo That would enable u to winter your stock better and a k 7curtailed tobacco crop would make a higher price for it Think about It COLORED LABOR TRUST Tha col ored boys about town have formedq a truston tobacco setting and fixed 1 their price at 25 cents per hour Ie t When it was seen that Mondays rft lf rAin had made a tobacco season the demand lor tobacco setters was ct strong One grower succeeded in 5 r having the trust modify its rule to ft fJOC Bts per hour during Monday k erriooB only with the under a ci etaiHiiBjj that the Inexorable price k thereafterwould be 25 cents One finer case in Monday afternoon lii lagaged a uaber fw1itedi CayY at one dollar per day an s 7 ieard r k 11 y It T B A R 0AIN SIN CARPETS MAIlINGS RUGS fc LACE CURTAINS BIG LOT THIN DRESS GOODS AT VERY LOW PRICES DONT FAIL TO SEE THEM GOODPASTER COONS COMPANY SS t T The famous Red Bermuda Sweet Potato Plants just right to trans plant at Brother Goodpastcrs t May 81 1900fTan LIPSEAlthough Non was cloufy there were occasional rifts in the clouds tothow how the moon was putting on the sun until there was only t narrow crescent left to glittert brilliantly in the skies At the height of the eclipse it was no darker titan on days when thick clouds obscure the skyIDo I keep hats Well no noti very long for our stock is so pretty nd prices so low that the ladies carry them off quickly Cull on us Everything new MRS ESTILLJ THE FAMILY MAGAZINE The Ladies Home Journal of Philadel phia easily holds its place as the hief of the dollar magnEincs for y reading in the na ure of its monthly contents it meets more fully the popular demand from all classes of peoplefi than any other periodical price No family should be without it if the dollar can be spared for a subscription n Thats right Brother S Good aster have the finest beds of Sweet Potato Plants this spring they have ever had PUHIIC SCHOOL TEACIIEKS The nlmvinc teachers nvre recently examined nnd awarded irtdsee- rtlfiiite t Misses Bertie Gaul iibt Tiptbn OHio Uart Pearl Lm drum and Mrs T M Pirry Mossrs Joe Gocidpaster uin Durban M Flnnnerr E L McKinncy and F M Krrick All the foregoingh are experienced Minnie Cartmill n beginner was given a secondclass certificate FOR RSXT250 acres of woodland and old fields for pasture lasting water and good fence around it Apply to ROSE Rex IRON Co DIED IN INDIANA Will MartL Uornback and five children pasFedt through hero Saturday body of the wife and mother for burial at Gilead Sunday Mrs Uornback was a daughter of Harry Gopher deceased The family moved from the Sherburne neigh borhood to Anderson Indiana about three months ago Mrs II died at Anderson Sympathy is extended the husband and children My stock of dress goods is new and stylish and 1 willnot be under sold by anyone MRS D S ESTILL LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET By George R Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CoMay 27 1900There has been more good ordered tobacco on the breaks this week than for sometime past and our market shows an improvement over what it has been As the receipts increase on the goodorder ed tobacco there is no doubt but we will have much more competition than we have had heretofore Many of the factories who could not use the winterordered tobacco are waiting for tobacco in good condition The noted stallion J S Brown witlmake the season of 1900 at the same barn on upper Prickly Ash The get of this horse bring the biggest prices You will make mistake if you breed to this cole brated stallion DR G W CONNER PETROLEUM DISCOVERY That bluelick well of Horseman Bros at the foot of the town hill on Prickly Ash is humping itself is again a candidate for public at tention Last year when the volt of sulphuretted water was discov ered during its digging it became the seasons local novelty and wa much visited and the water was keenly relished by those fond of that sort of mineral water The owners bad the well cleaned out Monday and now it is producing I fine quality of coal oil along with the water After the water had run in for some time the oil was skimmed off and tested in a lamp it burned just like any other coo i oil There is a sample of the water and oil at THE OUTLOOK office It may stimulate the sinking of wells in the town vicinity There is un doubtedly petrQleum under the town hill for it collects in the town artesian well which is 67 6 feet deep and destroys its potable propertiesS r vJ I S1 8yL IREAD CAREFULLY I wish to an nounce to my friends andcustomers hit I have engaged the services of competent and reliable watch maker and jeweler one whoso business dealings will be fair and reasonable mid whatever work you entrust to his care will have intelligent and workmanlike treat I Further I wish to state hat I will have repaired free of charge all work that has beenI turned out by the incompetent and oteh workman and who for the few weeks posed as a mechan c at Diy place of business I will thank you to return tho work nnd have it properly cared for O C HARRIS Why is it that one of the get oCI S Brown sold in the full of 1899 for 280 when so many horses bred by other stallions sold for less than 100 Simply because tile get of J S Brown have the size style and shape Dn G W CONNERI CALF GOURMET Jonas Runnels of town hod a flockof fty young turkeys in his yard and entertained visions accordingly of turkey flavored delights at next Thanksgiving and Christmas But change has come over the spirit of lila dreams It came about this way Jonas hnda Iixmollth old calf that he had given the freedom of his dooryard where the young turkeys used It cnut be account ed fur in any other way than that le said calf hind bail uinuitlohs in 14hncktriM thnfDc gustibu mine t diepit tandum which started his calf FIlipOn a gistronoiiiicil tack Any iiir last Sunday week twrntyMX of Jonas young turks disappeared Nobody thought of laying it on the calf but orj Thursday thCItJr was detected in the very actof Ilnchinjf on u turkey A count of the fluek proved that thirteen more of tho turkeys were gone Jonas doesnt bear the reputation of n romancer nti he stands between TilE OUT OOK anti any doubters who read his DROUTH BROKEN The first good rain since farm crops were planted and gardens made commenced fall ing early Monday afternoon in town and vicinity Things WereI getting in a bad way for want rtf moisture and water for household anddrinking purposes was getting bhort The rain fell in good soak ing showers throughout the after noon and night andvegetation was refreshed accordingly It is generally held that a wet spring causes crops to take shallow root and unfits them for standing a summer drouth There ought to be no fear of that this year What vegetation sprouted surely ent its roots down deeply in the earth to find sufficient moisture to sustain lire during one of themost remark able spring drouths experienced here in a long time From appear beengeneralSome parts had already had good rains a week previous andwere not suffering like the central part All the tobacco growers who bad plants large enough set out their crops and others did the samo as far as their plants would permit A few bad nursed their ptants and kept them well watered got out all their crop ISTRtCKKN Wrm PARALYSIS Tuesday afternoon of lost week Wm White and his wife were transplanting porno tomato plants in the garden of the Drinkard property on Coyle street where they expected to go to housekeep ling Mr White became dizzy and pitched forward pn his hands His wife assisted him to the doorsteps- of the residence Ho sat there un til she finished setting the plants 5and she then led him to their rejoin at the Connor House Ho contin ued to get worse and Wednesday afternoon Dr Taulbeo was called to see him The physician found that Mr White was partially par alyzedMr White was removed to Winchester Monday morning his wife James Smith and Dee Conner accompanying him His brain is mostly affected and he is not ra tional at times He was recently married and had every prospect of a happy and properous life It is hoped that his sickness is only n temporary attack Ho iBa good and useful man We do best Job Work i j it u FOR RENTGood blue grass nnd timothy pasture with plenty last ing water Calves and yearlings SO cts per month cattle 150 per month horses and mules 175 Apply to foreman at the mines ROSE RIN IRON Co TURNERCROUCH Dr J S Turner and Mrs Helen A Crouch were united in marringo shortly after seven oclock Tuesday morning at the brides home on West Chicago street by Squire Nathan A Perrill They left immediately to drive through to Morgan county where Mr Turner has interest in a gold mine Dr Turner and wife will take up their residence in this city returning in a few days from Morgan county Dr Turner is tho well known magnetic healer His bride is the widow of Sant Crouch Lebanon Ind Pioneer ARMY RECRUITS Vixrcn1ecruiting Station U S A Lexington Ky May 21st IDOOTo the Editor OUTLOOK Owingsvillc Sir Have just received orders from the War Department to re- emit for the following Regiments Heavy flatteries lot Artillery Fort Burrancap Florida 2d Infantry Fort Thomas Ky Also rrcruiting for regiments in the Philippine Islands those re cruits will he sent to tho PresLI San Francisco Cril Applicants desiring to rein this country will be sent to CV Iiis JJarracks Cllnuibus Oiii may be assigned to either Ct t v InfantryNow a PubFtation at Ash land Ky which will remain open until June 30th next- I respectfully request that von use tins us n news item and oblige Yiiurs respectfully A j FLEMING Firct Lieut Gth Artillery Recruit ing Officer PERSONAL Mr antI Mrs M D Fans were in Mt Sterling Friday Judge W S Gudgell was in Sharpaburg Saturday Harry Miller of Mt Sterling came over Monday to visit friends Sheriff J iI Atchison and Clark Patterson were Sharpsburg Mon dayJudge H Clay Howard of Paris was here Friday and Saturday on law business Mrs Horace Lane returned Monday from a weeks visit to relatives in Mt Sterling Miss Elan Estill of Wyoming spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in town Mrs James K Emmons left last week to spend some days with rel atives at Hillsboro Mrs Jacob Warner of near town is critically ill but was resting easier Tuesday afternoon C T Grain and niece C A Thompson and C B Grain all of Hillsboro were here Sunday E H Goodpaster Ford Patter son and J H Asbury amended court at Flemingsburg Monday Mrs Ida Killpatrick of Flem ingsburg has been the guest of Mrs T H Brown several days Will Stout and sister Miss Myr tie wero guests of friends in Mont gomery county Thursday and Fri dayMrsPierce Winn of Mt Sterling has been hero several days a guest of her mother Mrs Elva CutlettMiss Loena Koss was the guest of Miss Marguerite McKinnevan on White Oak from Friday until MondayLittle Miss Juelda Conner will return this week from a visit to tho family of Judgo H Clay McKee at Mt Sterling Mr and Mrs Ewell Payne of Stepstonc visited tho latters brother Hon C W Tipton Sunday and Monday Wm Mann formerly of Coving ton recently of Indiana has taken a position in the barbershop of his brother Charles P Mrs E H Goodpaster and Miss Lillian Daugherty returned Friday from Flemingsburg where they spent a few days with friends Clarence L Madden of the Win chester Sun was the guest of his mother Mrs Chas Spencer on Roes Run Saturday and Sunday E ftJ f Miss Eva Teal who has been visiting at Mrs Sarah Jacksons in tended leaving this Thursday morning for her home at Miami MissouriMrs Elizabeth Biubridgo and daughters Mrg Nannie McCoun and Miss Anna of Mt Sterling wero guests at Hon A W Bas coms Snturdny Mrs Eliza Dawson visited rel atives in Alt Sterling from Tuesday until Saturday when she was ac daughterMrs Mrs Flem Wells went to Louisville Wednesday to consult a phy sician in regard to her ailment Mrs Gee W Shrout and Dr S C Alexander accompanied her Clark and Ford Patterson Duke Hampton Clyde Byron und Hughes Atkinson attended the hop given by the Flemingsburg Dancing Club night of last week Elmer Myers and Miss Bottie Wnre Hord Ware and Miss Ada Myers Joe Wood and Miss Lizzie Kissick E R Berry and Miss Kate Wood of Sharpsburg were in town SundayJames White and sisters Mrs Nora Blunt of Lexington and Miss Mary White of Winchester were hero last week to see their brother Wui White who was par alyZeitiJ3 My hie Stout left Monday1 vattfnd the Confederate Reunion t Louisville From there she will go to Lgrange nnd Worthville to vicit friends and relatives for Several days Gay Shrout and Miss Marguerite Jones Turney Pntton and Miss Ella Hazelrigg arid Miss Minnie McCormick ullelf Mt Sterling were guests at Mrs Nancy Shrouts on Upper Prickly Ash Sunday Charley Harris of Portsmouth 0 arrived Wednesday of last week to visit his brother Orlt and sister Mrs Clay Tackett and transact some business He was accompan ied by B W Andrews who has ta ken a position as jeweler with 0 C Harris Mr Andrews wife arrived Friday afternoon Mr and Mrs A will board at the Conner HouseMiss Mary Gudgellreturned home Wednesday of last week She has been attending a private school at East Orango New Jersey and boarding with her aunt Mrs Thos A Lee She had not intended to return home until next week but on account of her father Dr F P Gudgells sickness she came Wed nesday She expctsto return to her school after the vacation The following attended the hat show at White Oak Sunday and spent the remainder of the day at the pleasant home of Mr and Mrs C S Ratliff on Bald Eagle Misses Bettie and Laura Withers Bettie Saunders ot Sharpsburg Anna Burbridge Elizabeth Ratliffof Mt Sterling Walter May Ratliff Messrs Lee Orear and Hansford Arnold of Mt Sterling Howard MoiTott of Sharpsburg Guy Ratliff and James Ross TOE VOTE UHCKUTAIN Marso William said the old family sere vantuia you gwino to rUn fet office dis year Dont know Why do you ask1 II Well sub deys been ono or two gentermens put in application fer my vote en I des wants ter know ef its ter stay in tho family or go projeckin eroun fer itsef Atlanta Constitution COULD BE TOED Father That young man who is calling on Edith is absolutely worthless MotherAh well She loves him and I suppose what cant be healed must be endured Father Huh I What cant be heeledcan be toed and I think thats what will happen to him if he calls tonight ISyracuse Herald PUZZLED HurAn old negro who was slowly walking out North Broadway the other afternoon was very much surprised to see a lady go driving by with the coachman sitting on the rear set with his arms folded The old negro took off his hat and slowly scratched his whitening head a puzzled expression overspreading his face Ho at last turned to a gentleman passing near and said Scueo me marse but how much ybu spose dat nigger havo ter pay dnt white lady to drive Him aboutLex ington herald- Ii a CORRESPONDENCE CONTINUED FROM FOUBTII PAGE Moore Ferry Very dry here crops need rain badly Joseph Kissick FId Dr H II Lettt3 a horse for 95 Mrs H A Flood of Marshall visited Mrs McDonald last Thurs day Willie Daugherty who works at Torrent came home on a visit last weekYour scribe has hndn tussle with neuralgia or acute muscular rheumatismLuther ok and wife of Yale visited their parents here several days last week Miss Rosa Moody of Rowan Co visited Miss Ollie Williams Saturday and Sunday Miss Julia Reeves visited her brother J W Reeves at Salt Lick Saturday nnd Sunday John Thomas and wife of Mont MyersfromD Witt C Flood has been given datingfromBrother Wesley Blevins preached verylargeMrs GW Staten and Mrs Ef fie L Staton visited the latters father D C Flood last Friday Mrs EC Kimbrell of Jeffer eonville came last Tuesday on a visit to her father 0 P ShroutI D C Flood was awarded the contract for all tho repairs on the Salt Lick and Moores Ferry turnpike RingosMillson Monday and Tuesday of last weekJThomas Steele of Flat Creek and Lafayette Sorrell of Knob Lick visited relatives hero Satur day and Sunday We took notice of the eclipse grandindeedscured by the clouds Mrs W A Baty is thought to be some better Mrs Anna Shrout was a little better Sunday Mrs McDonald and Mrs John Otis con tinue to improve slowly William Razor of Salt Lick bought twentyfive head of hogs of the following persons at four cents per pound 9 of W F Prater 9 ef J C Atchison G of John Otis and one of W R Razor A Lincoln StoryINew York Sunday Telegraph Col B S Lawrence of Washington who as a boy sat upon the lap of Abraham Lincoln in the 40s makes an interesting contribution to the archives wherein are gathered the countless anecdotes and quaint sto lea for which the immortal Lincoln was so famous When Mr Lincoln was President he was visited by three Influential Indiana politicians These gentlemen were gunning for spoils nudj with a view of relieving the President of routine toil had thoughtfully pre pared their slate and duly subscribed to Its provisions One gentleman a resident of Indianapolis was listed for postmaster another hankered to be United States mar shal tho third would be content should tile ermine of a Federal Judgeship fall gently upon him The politicians having been presented to the President indulged In a few commonplace remarks then unwrapped their slate and placed it before the Chief Executive with a calm assurance Mr Lincoln received their over tures with his customary complacen cy remarking that the applications would bo promptly filed together with subsequent letters and indorse meuts with the department under which each properly belonged and while the three men from Indiana were yet struggling to regain their feet the President In his blandest style observed that the incident re called a story ho had once heard and without waiting for n request proceeded to unfold the tale It appears that an Oriental poten tate maintained upon the royal pny roll a uneUounry known as the Im pyrla1Wlim Man It devolved upon the wise man among other things to Tomnut anti prophesy heading oil rl 1 i EUGENE MINIHAN MANUFACTURER OF Firstclass Handmade Saddles and Harness AT THE LOWEST PRlfcES ONE SET OF MY HANDMADE BUGGY HARNESS Will wear longer than two sets of other makes They are safer itf useand look better There is no saddle that compares with my KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLES Wmryon pay for Saddles Is noEl1slhiporiantaswbatYon get rot Iyour money Quality r Is what fyou get in my Saddles every tithe Mailorders r saddles prompt ly filled Largest stock of BUGGY WHIPS and DUSTERS at a very low price Come and get ihy prices hNEUGENU MlNIHAlSr OwiXGSviLtJs KY SAML P ATCHISON IDRUCCIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCOS ClGflRS ETC PAXTON AND DENTONi SUCCESSORS TO PAXTON SONS UNDERTAKERS and dealers M FURNITURE MASONIC BLDG OWlNGSVlLLiE T- PALMER Ie COONSSUCCESSORS tO LIGHTFOOT SHROUD iWILL DO YOUR 1 BLACKSMITHINC AND REPAIRING 3i AT R0CKB0TT0M PRICES All Work Guaranteed Give them a Call Z1 SI dire probabilities and placing his sovereign in possession of valuable advance information Upon a certain occasion the potentate gave notice to the Imperial Wise Man that It was d stfeU to Indulge In a royal hunt and consequently it I was important to ascertain accurate ly the prospective climate conditions The wise mal retired for a couple of hours during which time he consult ed numerous charts and maps mad many figures and calculationsflnally appearing before his Majesty with a well defined prophecythe weather would be propitious during the ensu ing three days- Thereupon the poieTiJrite with his lords and ladies and heralds and a retinue of servants all clad in gorgeous apparel gold trappings and linen set forth toward the bunf ng preserves some hours distant Along about noon when perhaps half the distance had been acccoin pUshed the royal calvacade came suddnfy updh a Jackass plodding along bearing upon Its back a peas ant in coarse raiment The country man perceiving tho evidence of roy alty quickly slipped from the back of the Jackass and prostrating him self to the drist said Most noble and august potuntate return without delay to your castle a mighty storm is about to fall upon you and your purple robes and fine linen and magnificent trappings and those of your lords and ladles arid suite will be ruined and you will be drenched to the skin return at once O King return The king and his court beheld a cloudless sky and laughingly proceeded on their way while the servants mercilessly gibed at the poor countrymen who desisted not In his protestations Wlthtri an hour a terrific storm arose rain felt in torrents and the wind blew with great violence and being without shelter the king and his lords and ladles and Servants were soaked to the skin and their fine trappings and rich apparel utterly ruined Crestfallen and In bedraggled garments they put back to the castle with all speed The wise man was called before liEs king and mado si sorry mess of his explanation Of course he was discharged and narrowly escaped with his neck- Thereupon tho potentate summoned the countryman who had foretold the storm informed him he might consider himself duly initiated as Imperial Wise Man and made the appointment public by special proc lamation The peasant received his appointment in a dazed sort of way escaped from the royal presence In rather bad form drew his stipend regularly thereafter but made no drafts upon his occult powers One day some weeks later the king called the wise tuna to his chamber and administered a mild rebuke to the latter for bis failure to prognosticate asking him incident ally what he supposed he was draw ing a fat salary for The peasant protested that lie could not measure np to such respon sibility that he couldnt prophesy fifteen minutes ahead on the weather or anything else and then and there tendered his resignation to take im mediate effect But did you not foretell accurate ly the terrible Storm that drenched Ufo royal property anti ruined our trappings and best clothes inquired the king 1I0f no mighty king responded i + iJ il tthe peasant It was hot I who fore j rIHgift of discernment Is able to foretell the storm and in token therebi hd has a peculiar way of folding bae5kis ears I merely voiced to your majesty In words what my faithful jackass expressed to mo in his own picturesque and silent way Whereupon tile countryniit s fes i iwasMan and a royal decree to this effect was sent forth And would ychl believe itob served President Lincoln with a sly twinkle in his eye as soon as that proclamation became public every jackass In the kingdom wanted nil office Yonrns VOBACITT Mr Good thing engaged to Johnnys sister Johnny I am going to makeyou a present What do you wish Johnny A box of candy Mr G What else JohnnyAnother box of candy Mr GOb wishs for something else your little stomach couldnt hold all that candy Johnny Another stomach Baptist Argus CAUTIOUS MOTOEK A NewEng land school teacher recently re ceived the following warning from i the mother fa young hopeful Dear Miss Please do not push Johnnie too hard for so much of his branos is intelleck that he ought to be held back a good deal or be will run into intelleck entirely an I do not desire it So please hold him back so as to keep his intelleck from getting bigger than his boddy an injooring him for lifeEx POWER orCONGRESS An Arkan sas paper Says in one of the moan tamcoUntieS only one man tookS newspaper and the citizens for some distance around would gather in to hear It read when it came OnO listener one timo asked what the Democrats were doing in Con gess Ohreplied the reader theyre playing the dickens over there They passed a law adding two months to tho year and the worst part of it is they have made ihem both winter months Blast their fool sotilsl said the listener and we nearly ont of fodder Ex for a Good Shave OR FIRSTCLASS HAIRCUT oiT ISHAMPOO GO TO THE Parlor Barber Shop In cellar under OwingsviUo Banking Co Special attention paid to clean ing and trimming ladles and chil yourshouseROBERT JOHNSON O O RAiLWAY TIMEGAUD EFFECTIVE OCT a isw Express Trains for LoulsvlJlo Loilngtoi J Cincinnati Washington New York It and Eastern Cities TIUK or TitAfNM AT PBKSTOX BTATIO Er ROUND Nd6 + ria ml NcLS li Spm os4XosEpthWKSTBOO2C- Si 9SJard No S IU p mr No 23 3J9 p IIi frDally except Sunday All otherS dally for information regarding rates sleep Ing car reserratlons call on or addresf 4 Atant CiO Rail wnr Preston station OYTBABXKT CB HrA- XDPX Asn OPA Lexington i itf Cteetnaslfc q k a Ze r OWlnOSvlllG OutlOOk OUTLOOK rnnUSHIXQ co Publishers to OVriXUSVILLK KENTUCKY WHEN ROSINA COMES JUtm may fall a pouring torrent Skies above be dark and drear Winds may howl with sound abhorrent When Roslna comes to sec AH the wortd seems bright anti clear Oh the music of her laughter Oh the Miashlne In her eyes flow It linger long time after When TIoMna comes to ncc us Gladness corrrt fend dl coiil ilica Oh the aympathr and sweetness That the has for everyone Sorrow flies with sudden fleetness When Roslna comes to see us As the mlts before the sun S She a bit of Heavens own baut And to her what Is is but Ufe means love and SWeet is duty When Rosltia comes to nee us On that day we have been best Judith Spencer In Good Housekeeping jIJ iiA ttrrin3 of- a J tny Life in Thc pWli bincsI- Conrtfiht 1899 by F Tennyson Netty CHAPTER XII CoNTixnn And Canker came und lUtrnrd It- t was admitted that Gray had had n talk with the prisoner took him tIlisovercoat newspaper etc but in jfxtlnuntioo they weft members of the e society and thrir hocial c standing was outside tLc army on the fcarae plane Gray deserved reprimand and caution nothing more A to the j carriage he had nothing to do with the 0onethat drove to camp that night A I man in the uniform of a oonuris ary Fergeant giving the name of Kolry hew S Canker winced had ordered it at thr S Ftnble aud taught the drhrr Killrr ney Gray had phoned for a carriage for hircfcelf hoping to get the cfliccr of the day permission to be nlisrnt tto hours to tell his fctory in pci on to the I general uho was dining with the de partment iomrainder lie never got F the pennitkton and the carriage went to the wrong camp Lieut W Y Gray wes relented from arrest end returned e to duty 1 shall never be obIt to thank you t enough taid be sentimentally to Mis Lawrence af the 1alace that rvcnin They were strolling up Gad down th vurridor waili- Jlildred nt wnl vhtiIer for to come down for the theater L 5eur3 hcud was incliuid toward the dark lovIs of his fair rartncr hip- ryes were fabtcncd on her faintly hush ins faccrThey made a very pretty pic ture aid people who looked on know and so thought the officer in theI ingly uniform of a colonel of infantry who while talking calmly to Mr 1riirc full 30 yards awn wntchcd them with eyes that were full of tadncts How could he see at thut distance that her n17iI clear and radiant were tcldorn uplifted VID the ardent gaze of her escort and were at the moment looking ttrnght nthiin Howcoudhebenretthntiiis tanccMhc proirpt response given with an inclination of the bonny head to indicate her meaning 1zVSV VThereb where your thunk ere due Mr Gray Quite a gathering of army folks wna I at the Palace that night So many wives or sweethearts were going lome to many soldiers cbroad and IrljFrank Garrison momlpassed them time nnd nguin Iccning on the arm of Capt MtDonrW a new it VVdevotee while poor Cherry with en SS enamored twiiiu from the IreIc 2langtisbetI in a tiini teclmlrd corner The hail been rrcallcd by parental uu thority acd was to ttart lot Denver ucder a irrtronly wing on tle morrpw V3Irs Frank hnd been bilrn rnd rx pccttdtojont thesBisc time but that 5 authority was merely inniitil Up to Vthistime not one army wife had been h permitted to accompany her husband Iofthe transports to Manila VIbough one heroine managed to get scarried awayand tolinre her liege lords stateroom as far us Honolulu The general and his stuff with a big regiment of volunteers were to tail on tlc morrow the other regiments as fast as transports could be coaled and made VVreadtI Something in ilrs Garrisons gay triumphant manner prompted a iore Vbeared woman suffering herself at the coming parting to turn and say Well Mrs Garrison I suppose that S 4tafteryour husband sails youll have to f 1 follow the rest of us into grasswidow hoodSOne thing1 that made women haler d VNargaretGarrison was that she could never be taken down nnd the nnswrS i came liltingly us it was meant to go- even though a merry laugh went f with it cot J When the ship I want is ready Igonithltir y nut as the turned triumphantly away the color suddenly left her cheek- rind there was an instants falter As though he had heard her words Stan ley Armstrong too had suddenly turned a Vand stood looking sternly into her eyes CHAPTER XIII i VStill another expedition was destined to start for Manila and kern was the1 rivalry among tIn regiments held to 5 duily drill at San Francisco The rumor was current lathe cutups that the next 5review was to decide the matter and i5b that the commands pronounced to be foremost in discipline and efficiency cwould be designated io embark The that had conveyed the ear t1herexpeditions to the Philippines began to reappear in the bay and coaling p and refitting were hurried to the ut Thetnaninostengertogetawaysr were to decide the matter it was con ceded among the volunteers that in point pt style an3 equipment the I Primeval Dudes held over all corn- petitors even though every competitor i 4bellevedItseif more than a match for the Dudes actual campaigning and f lighting were In contemplation Sen ators and members from the states tt represented by tie volunteers nt San i Francisco led burdensome lives for of r ficers and men were pulling every wire I to secure the longedfor orders for an 4 Immediate voyage to Manila when all on a atiddcnr the hopes of all were 1lcruihl Spain had begged for peace No roSre men can be sent to Manila said tbe pfficials consulted and Camp i J Mcrrittput on mourning forthwith sl hut Armstrong had been studying the situation and was not easily daunt rd lie was a man whose opinion car fnedweight and from the very first he SVhad maintained that while 15000 or 20 VV 000 might be men enough to hold Ma nila 0000 might not be enough to tub idue at once Jlie forces of Aguinnldo is 4I i eLse thiy should turn upon the Ameri S1h VS t tViy I1 WtI CMIS which said be placidly they will most certainly do before we are a year older ThO Dudrs therefore nitich to their disgust were Kept steadily at work txamlhfollOHdmall proportion of their nenhei hip believing ns they said that time jig was up took to lawless and minimal lowed expression of their disgust and became thlrdn mii nnee to the neighborhood San 1nuieiMans who hail wept ropiously when ot hers sailed away would have teeu these patriots fcfiil into exile without fhedding a tear Kvery man of this eomniaiid will yet be needed and yet hHlIt said Armstrong So too did the veteran division commander and the brigade took heart aeeordingly The last of the regulars with tilt recruit detachments for regiments already in the Philip pinci hail been shipped to Honolulu there to await orders and September seemed destined to go by without a change for the better in the prospects of the men still left in cutup about the reservation The Prunes convinced at last that the boy they sought was not to be found in California had gone to Santa Anita visiting their kindred the IlkliuIer brought with them time earring and time fair face of thai gentle girl time tit hurl meat commander himself had gone j to take n look at his new responsibil ities in Hawaii little Mrs Garrison still held court though tiulinuin ished retinue at the Presidio when one day just as October was ushered in there came a message from the adju tant general in town Would Arm Ktrong drop in at the oflice at the lirst opportunity A matter of some im portance hail come up in the generals lirst letter from Honolulu tome on which Armstrongs opinion was de Mrrd anti time colonel hoping for till ing of a vhimce to move even that far to time front made immediate port unitS nail took the first car tor the IhrInn building The adjutant gener al looked up from a Jittered desk as Armstrong entered It is pood of yen to equine tn prompt ly saul he Im in a sc to trll the truth and want jour IdViCeS Then he tapped his hell Rvruse me to any one who tome for tIlt next ten min mites said he to the atlenOnnt who entered I have butintss with Col Armstrong No soncr did the orderly vanish than th man of th eslc whirled full on tae Wti of the sniMr Arnrslrenp said lie yon dcfemieil tray and proved tom nnoeent What csc has Canker nffit tit himSthing that Know of why cause heV got him in arrest again at I noluIii and tilt chief is worked up o r something Look htftoyou- suppisedid you ever bear about cer lain Uttersthnt were stolen from ten Ialnas tent heard yes Why Ard the look of iisappointnicrt which had appeared Keivheie s c tbt nisUus cfthc hxisc in the grave face of the colonel gnu way to 0110 of alert interest lust read that raid the tifT ff ficicl holding forth letter llegin there at Later And Armstrong read his forehead slowly grooving into something very like a frown Later I may have to remain lucre severaliavs Canker with the tcenth went ahead before news of the protocol could stop him but helcavcs here a number of sick Lieut Gray charged with tuing threatening and in subordinate language to his command lag o nicer among them mill Gray is down with brain fever The doctors say he is too ill to be disturbed and his sills of the story is hard to get at as the l oy is too flighty to tail tense From Cankers own admission I learned that he accused Gray of having krovl edge of the whereabouts of that packet of letters stolen from Gen Draytons tent and the youngsters reliyvus furious Canker had to place him in arrest and prefer charges When asked if he were sure of his ground in tankIng so serious an accusation he declared he had proof positive at least he would have the instant they reached Manila and his intention was to take the boy along with him to be tried thereby eourtuiartial where no meddling outsiders ts he said could buy oft witnesses It was plain that he con sidered himself out of my jurisdiction and that be resented mystaff officers questions But Dr Morrow hind ap pealed to me in behalf of Gray Said that if compelled to continue a pris oner aboard that transport under Cankers tyrannical rule Gray might be goaded into insanity lip in a condition bordering on brain fever when Morrow came to tile me nnd in another day was raving That settled it I ordered him taken off and placed in hospital here and Canker had to go without hum nut I wish you would see Armstrong and tell hint about Gray so that I may know the whole situation as soon as I return Canker evidently intended not to let us knot his proofs lie probably believes that he will find a more credulous and complaisant listener in IrI ton but his insinuations pointed to Gray ns at least an abettor in the theft and he went so far as to say that it Armstrong could be brought before the court some very interesting testimony could be dragged from him and finally that both Armstrong and Mrswell the wife of n staff officer who is already well on the way to Ma nila might be compelled tb testify I cannot bring myself to repeat more that he said but he was in ugly and al most defiant mood and 1 had to give him a dressing down You may cay to Ann strong for me that I do not believe one word of Cankers calumny at his ex petite or that of the lady in the case nut lIe declared his intention of lay Ing the whole matter before Gen Drayton immediately on his arrival and it is best that Armstrong should be prepared As for time lady Canker said she and Armstrong were very close friends when they wcre at Iort Stan hope ten years ago though they no longer meet as such And that brings me to another matter I declined positively to allow two or three ladies wives of officers to go on to Manila with Cankers command and they said that as I had promised Mrs Garrison a pezsage I hind no right to refuse them Pressed jr their authority two very estimable women WfNt 1V ilVr VI i 1rf toM me that it the Presidio two days bctorr w railed Mrr Garrison openly boasted of having my promise to end her on the very next steamer Now who is really the fabricator I told her positively that with my consent slit should not go and she laughed de lightedly and said she only asked as- a matter of form the whole thing lund already been settled lust see to it that if any more transports start be fore my return no woman is permitted aboard except of course authorized nurses Gray is a tery sick boy to night hut you mglr wire his father saying nothing of the arrest that th dOdo s are confident of his recovcty In course of time- Armstrong read there pages twice over before lie looked tip How did this letter couume5 lie asked Uy time Salvador yesterday And the next mail for Honolulu queried Armstrong rising hum hit chair and handing biuk the fouled 1ft tor- Tiie next mail closed an hour ago man TIll China tiat two Voollie boat fora week Where are you guilt now To camp for ten minutes than to the Presidio Well hold on Witnt am to sat to the general its to Cray and those let leis askid the staff olliccr iiiteni upon the subject uppermost iu his mind at tIlt moment You cant say anything that will reach him before he returns You hav just told me no other boat would stun for a week Ky that time hell lie tolnV big home And with that Armstrong lit himtflf out anti strode to the ele vator heat jag his friend to cogitati on tIlt question over his luncheon It was decidedly that officers opinion that Armstrong knew much more than hi would tell Hut Armstrong knew much less mimi he himself belieied Hastening baei to Inml amid ordering hishorse he was scon speciiing up the slope to tin wind bWtpt heights overlooking the Golden Gate The morning hiid opened fiat as silk limit by noon the th wms hid den in clouds and thtInrlll of the sea blew in salt nnd strong The white t1I1Irl leaning on the crest of till surges ulrhing ill through time straits ami tIlt surf bursting liiph on tin jugged rocks at the lwr of time dills A little toast steamer from Santa liar liara way came litt hump and plunginq in from sea anil one or two cut mire IrtndIHt far astern it frothing wake Witi manes and tails streaming iu the ttit fllr the troop horses of the 1ourtl cavalry were cropping at the stantt herbage down the northward smile and the herd guaid iieartst the roaij lost hit grip on his drab campaign hat as he essayed a siIutc and gailopcd oil on a stern chase down tIlt long rat jilt to the cast ns time colonel trotted brisk ly by One keen glance ocr the bay beyond rocky Alcalraz bad told bin the China was not yet away from lieu pier He might have to send a dispatch by that swift steamer andtveIl then it would be six days getting to Hawaii He wondered what Cankers grounds could be for saddling so foul a suspi don on the boys good name lIe won dtred how long that poer lad vouU have to struggle with tlis attack ot fever and remain ptrhapi happily tin conscious of this latest it dignity lit wondered if Amy towrericc yet knew of that serious sriurc ned if slit did what would be her sens lIon Down llA winding rloping iou heurged Its vray Glcncoe his ret vhrrgcr marvel ing it the unusual gait The cape of the siiitiys overcoat wlrrlrd over tin sentry head amidswishiVd his capof is he presented arms to flue tall soldiei spurring past time guardhouse lemi no one who has to put te sea this day said Armstrong to himsnfas lieJurnwi blue right nnd reined Vip iu front ol a little brown cottage peeping out from a mass of vines ntd re es shivering iu thin wet wind Half a doyen strides took him across the narrow walk am up toodcum steps Vlith sharp env phaMs he clanged the ttle gong be KCrcwid to the hack of time door atC wuMcd impatient of the servants corn lag There was ro an ivcr He mug again ard still again an no one came A glance nl time window told that tin white lace curtains liming there draped as prettily ns ever Fresh lowers stoot on the window sill A shawl nnd a pillow the latter indented as by a hu man head lay in the lounging chaii on the little porch Another chair stood tint a few feet nway There was even a fan though fans in n Frisco summer are less needed than furs hal nowhere maw he other sign of the tern porary mistress of the house He wen rouiul to a side window amid rapped Xo answer Then he turnci to time walk again and taking the reins bade tile orderly inquire next door if Mrs Garrison could be found Yes was the answer she went driving to Golirn Gate Inrk with Mrs Stockman rn hotii ago and Mrs Stockman was to leave for Los Angeles that night Odd II Mrs Garrison drove to Golden Gate Iark the easiest anti best way was that along which he came and he had met no carriage In fact not since that night at the Palace had he set eyes or Mrs Garrison or until the coming oj this sorrowful news about Gray lund hi cared to From all that he heard Mrs Frank was enjoying herself at tin Iresidio Cherry listing gone one waj and her elevate another Mrs Frank speedily summoned a chum of old garrison days to come nnd kccphouse with her for awhile and Mrs Stockman whose lord had left her at the call o duty and gone to Manila with his men right gladly accepted and much en joyed the fun and frolic that went on night after night in Mrs Franks cozy parlor or the mil3 flirtation possiblj in the recesses of Mrs Franks cm bowered porch The last expedition had borueoff almost all the regular element at the post but had not left it poor for fast as camp grounds could be made ready for them vastly to the disgust of the saloon keepers and streetcar magnates who had reaped rich harvest from Camp Merritt regiment after regiment the volunteers came marching over from the malodorous sand lots and settled down in sheltered nooks about the Presidio So cavaliers in plenty were still to be hind cavaliers whose wives and sweethearts as a rule were far away and Mrs Frank loved to console such as were so bereft The chafing dish and Scotch anti soda were in nightly request and even women who didnt at nil fancy Mrs Frank and spoke dcspitefuliy of her among themselves were not slow to come lot just a minute as they said as the evenings wore on and to stay anti clint with various visitors it was so lone some anti poky over home with the chil dren asleep and nothing to do Women there were who never darkened Mrs Garrisons door after the first formal calls but they were of those who deep ly felt the separation from all they held most dear and who forbidden them selves heard with envy and even dis tress her gay assertion that she would sail for Manila the moment time Queen of the Fleet was ready From wlat Source or Circumstancedidshe rive her influence f Ti r yJ n ml1l1T1 FRUITS OF VICTORY Dr Talmage Discourses on the Re wards of Faithful Endeavor lesson of Chrlnl In Ovrrenmlnic Oh tnclr Which llmrt FulliMTcru inlIattlui In Couuipiet ion of pod Work Copyright 1900 by Ixnils KInpsch In this discourse Dr Talmage shows in an unusual way the antagonisms that Christ overcame and finds a hal sam for all wounded hearts text John K 4 have finished the work wliieh Thou gavest Me to do There is a profound satisfaction in time completion of anything we have undertaken We lift the capstone with exultation while on the other hand there is nothing more disap pointing than after hinting toiled iu a certain direction to find that our time is wasted and our investment profit less Christ came to throw Ia high way on which till whole world might if it chose mount into Heaven He did it The foulmouthed crew who at tempted to rindtuim Him could not extinguish the sublime satisfaction which lit expressed when lie said I have finished the work which Thou gayest Me to do Alexander the Great was wounded anti the doctors could nut medicate his wounds mill he seemed to be dy ing nnd in his dream tIme sick man saw a plant with II peculiar lower and he dreamed that the plant was put upon his wound and that imme liately it was cured And Alexander waking from his dream told this to the physician anti the physician wan dered out until he found just the kind of plant which the sick man had de scribed brought it to him and the wound was healed Well tin human hall1lilstwas the business of Christ to bring a balm for that wound the hahn of Di vine restoration In carrying this business to a successful issue the dir ficulties were stupendous In many of our plans we have our friends to help us some to draw a sketch of the plan others to help us in the execution limit Christ fought every inch of this way against bitter hostility aul amid circumstances all calculated to depress and defeat In the first place His worldly oc emipat iOu was against Him timid that lit earned His livelihood by time ear penters trade an occupation always to be highly regarded and respected limit you know as well as do that order to succeed iu any employment one must give his entire time to it nnd I have to declare that the fat ugmmes of carpentry were unfavorable to the execution of n mission which required all mental and physical foe ulties Through high hard dry husky insensate Judaism to hew a way for a new and glorious dispensa tion was a stupendous undertaking that was enough to demand all the concentrated energies even of Christ We have a ijrrat many romantic stor its about what men with physical toil have accomplished in intellectual de partments but you know that muter a man hums been toiling day with aud saw and hummer plane and ux about all he can do is tn rest Ai weary body is nut unfavorable ad junct to n toiling mind You whose life is purely mechanical if you were called to the upbuilding of a kingdom or the proclamation of a new code of morals or time starting of a revolution which should upturn nil na tions could get some idea of the in coherence of Christs occupation with Ibis heavenly mission In Ibis fathers shop no more inter course was necessary than iordl narily necessary in bargaining with men that lute work to do yet Christ with hands hard from use of tools of trade was called forth to become a public speaker to preach in the face of mobs while some wept and Mime shook their lists and some gnasiied upon Him with tncir teeth anti many wanted Him out of time way To address orderly and respect hut as semblages is not so easy as it may seem limit it requires more energy and more force anti more concentra lion to address an exasperated mob The village of Nazareth heard time pounding of His hammer limit all the wide reaches of eternity were to hear the stroke of His spiritual upbuilding So also His habit of dress and diet were against Him The mighty men of Christs time did not appear in ap parel without trinkets and adorn ments None of the Caesars would have appeared in citizens apparel Yet here was a mall here was a pro fessed king who always wore the same coat Indeed it was far from shabby for after He had worn itnlong while time gamblers thought it worth raffling about but still it was far from being an imperial robe It was n coat that army ordinary man might lawn worn on an ordinary oc casion Xfither was there any pretense in liii diet Xo cupbearer with golden chalice brought Him wine to drink On the seashore lie ate fish first hav ing broiled it Himself Xo one fetched Him water to drink but bending over the well in Samaria he begged a drink He sat at only one banquet und that not at all sumptu ous for to relieve the awkwardness ef time host one of the guests hail to prepare wine for the company Other kings rode in a chariot He walked Other kings as they advancc hVsvc heralds anti applauding subjects behind Christs retinue was made upof sunburned fishermen OUter kings sleet under embroidered canopy this one on a shelterless hiM Riding but once as far as I now reo rmvnber on a colt and that bor row His poverty was against Him It requires money to build great enterprises Men of means ore afraid of a penniless projector lest a loan be de manded It requires money to print books to build institutions to pay in structors Xo wonder the wise men of Christs tune laughed at this penal less Christ Why they said who is to pay for this new religion Who is to charter the ships to carry time missionaries Who is to pay the sal aries of time teachers Shall the wealthy established religion be discomfited by a penniless Cnrist The consequence was that most of the people that followed Christ had noth ing to lose Affluent Joseph of Arima then buricTl Christ but he risked no social position in doing that It is always safe to bury a dead man Xac positionposition in a tree to look down as lie pusccd Xicodemus wealthy Xicode mus risked nothing of social position in following Ourist for he skulked by right to find lInn All tills was against Christ hattie fact that He was not ngularly grad uated was against JHni If u wan V Jf 4 comes with the diplomas of college and schools antI theological semina ries anti he liar been tn rough foreign travel time world is disposed to lis ten Uut lucre was n man who had graduated at no college hind not in any academy by ordinary means learned the alphabet of the language lie spoke and yet He proposed to tnlk to instruct iu subjects which lunch eon founded the mightiest intellects John says The Jews marvclte saying How hath this man letters hunting never learned We in our day have found out that a mini without n di plomn may know as much as n mann with one anti that a college cannot transform a sluggard into n philoso pher or II theological seminary teach a fool to preach An empty head after the layingon of hands of the presbytery is empty still Hut it shocked all existing prejudices iu those olden times for a mIlan with no scholastic pretensions and no gradu ntion from a learned institution to set Himself up for a teacher It was against Him So also time brevity of Ills life was against him He lund not come to wliiit we call midlifc limit very few men do anything before 31 years of age anti yet that was the point at which Christs life terminated The first 15 years you take in nursery and school Then it will take you six years to get into your occupation or profession That win bring you to 21 years Then it will take you ten years at least to get established in your life work correcting the mistakes you have made If any man at 31 years of age gets fully estab lished in his life work he is the exception Yet that is the point at which Christs life terminated Men in military life have done their most wonderful deeds before 33 years of age There may be exceptions to it but the most wonderful exploits iu military prowess have occurred before 33 years of age Hut as a leg- islmtorimo man becomes eminent as- a legislator until he liar had long years of experience And yet the gray bearded scribes were expected to bow down in silence before this young legislator who arraigned san hedrius and accused governments Aristotle was old Lycurgus was old Sentea was old The great legislators of he modern world have been old Christ was young All this was ugaiust Him If a child 12 years of age should get up iu your presence to dis cuss great questions of metaphysics or tthies or polities or government you would be as contemptuous as these graybearded scribes in the presence of thii young Christ Popular opinion declared in those days Illesfced is time merchant wTIO has t ciiitlc down on the banks of Luke Tiberias This young man said Blessed are time poor Pop ular opinion said in those days Tlessed are those who live amid statuary antI fountains anti gardens and congratulations and all kinds of festivity This young mann respond ed Blessed1 are they that mourn Public opinion iu those days said Blessed is the ISoman eagle thin tlap of whose wing startles nations and the plunge of whose iron beak in flicts cruelties upon its enemies This young milan responded Blessed are the merciful Popular opinion said An eye for an eye a tooth for a tooth In other words if a man knocks your eye out knock his tout If a man breaks your tooth btcak his Ketort for retort sarcasm for sarcasm irony for irony persecu r tion for persecution wound for wound Christ said Pray lot them that despitefully use you They looked at Ills eye It was like any otljor mans eye except perhaps more speaking They felt His hand made of bone and muscle and nerves Lint flesh just like any other hand Yet what haiti treatment ofsubjects what supernatural demands what strange doctrine They felt the solid earth tinder them anti yet Christ slid bear up the pillars of this world They looked at the moon lie said I will turn itinto blood They looked at the sea lie said i will hush IL They looked at the stars lie said I will shake them down like untimely figs Did ever out so young say timings so bod It was all against Him After the battle of Anlictam when a general rode along the lines al though the soldiers were lying down exhausted they rowe with great en thusiasm and huzzaed As Napoleon returned from his captjvity his first step on the wharf shook all time king doms and GOt0 men flocked to his Ktandardi It took 300O troops to watch him in hta exile So thieve have been men pf powerful magnetism of person nut hear me while I tell you of n poor young mann who came up from Nazareth to produce a thrill which hums never been excited by any other Napoleon hud around him the memories of Marengo nnd Austerlit and lena but here was n man who had fought no battles who wore no epau lets who brandished no sword lie hail probably never seen a prince or shaken hands with a nobleman The only extraordinary person we knowof as being in Ills company was His own mother and she was so poor that in the most delicate and solemn hour that comes to a womans coul slie was obliged to lie down among drivers grooming the beasts of burden I imagine Christ one day standing in the streets of Jerusalem A man descended from high lineage is stand ing beside Him and says My father was a merchant prince He imada castle on the bench in Galilee Who was your father Christ answers Joseph the carpenter A man from Athens is standing there unrolling his parchment of graduation nnd says to Christ Where did you go to schioiT Christ answers never graduated Alma the utica of such nn unheralded young nina attempting to command the attention of the world As wen some little fishing village on Long Is land shore attempt to arraign New York Yet no sooner does He set Ills foot in the towns or cities of Judea than everything is in commotion The people go out on a picnic taking only food enough for a day yet are so fas cinated with Christ that at the risk of starving they follow Him out into the wilderness A nobleman falls down flat before him anti says My daugh ter is death A beggar tries to rub the dimness from his eyes and says Lord that my eyes may be opened A poor sick panting woman presses through the crowd quid says I must touch the hem of His garment Children who love their mothers better than anyone else struggle to get into His arms arid to kiss Ills check and to run their fingers through His hair and for all time putting Jesus so in love with the little ones that there is hardly n nursery in Christendom from which lie dots not take one saying I must have them I will fill Heaven with these for every cedar that I plant in Heaven I will have 51 white lilies In time hour when was a poor man iu Judea they were not ashamed of Me r and now that I hare come to a throne I do not despise them Hold it not buck 0 weeping mother Lay it on my warm heart Of nucli is the King dom of Heaven Again I remark there was no or ganization in His behalf anti that was against Him When men propose any great work they hand together they write letters of agreement they take oathof fealty nnd the more complete the organization the more anti complete the success Here was one who went forth without any or ganization anti alone If men hind a mind to join in Ills company all right if they hntlI mind not to join in His company nil well If they count they were greeted with no loud salutation if they went away they were sent with no bitter anathema Peter departed anti Christ turned nnd looked at him that was ail All this was against Him Did any one ever undertake such an enter prise amid such infinite embarrass ments and by such modes And yet I nm here to say it ended in a complete triumph Notwithstanding Ills worldly occupation ills poverty His plain face Ilk unpretentious jarbthe fact that He was schoolless the fact that He was not accompanied by 4nyvisibk organization notwith standing all that in an exhilaration which shall be prolonged in everlast inS chorals He declared I have fin ished time work which Thou gayest Me to do See Him victorious over the forces of nature Time sea is n crystal sep ulcher U swallowed the Central America time president and the Span ish armada as easily as any fly that ever floatedon it The inland lakes are fully as terrible in their wrath Some of us who have sailed on it know that Lake Galilee when aroused in a storm is overwhelming and yet that sea crouched in His presence anti licked His feet He knew nil the waves and the wind When lie beck oned they came When he frowned they fled Time hued of His foot made no Indentation on the solidified wa ter Medical science has wrought great changes in rheumatic limbs and diseased blood but when the muscles are entirely withered no human power can restore therirand when a limb is once dead it is death But here is a paralytic his haniT lifeless Christ says to him Stretch fourth thy hand and he stretches it forth In the eye infirmary how many dis eases of that delicate organ hove been cured limit Jesus says to one blind Be open and tIme light of heaven rushes through gaestlat have never before been opened The frost or on ax maykilla ret limit Jesus smites one dead with n word Chemistry may do ninny wonderful timings but what chemist at a weilding when time wine gave out could cfiange a pail of water into n cask of wihe What human voice could commnniTa school of fish Yet lucre is a voice that marshals the scaly tribes until iin place where they luau let down the net and pulled it up with no fish in it they let it down again and time UcipIes lay hold and began to pull when by reason of the multitude of fish the net bcokc Na ture is his servant The floVers he twisted them into lube sermons the winds Ihey were his lullaby whenhc slept in the boat the rainit hung glittcringly on the thick foliage of the parables tIme star of Bethlehem it snug a Christmas carol over his birth time rooks they bent a dirge at his death Behold his victory oyer the grave The hinges of the family vault become very rusty because they are never opened except to take another iu There Isa knob on the outside of time door of the scpulcher limit none on the inside Here conies the onqucror of death lie enters that i en in and says Daughter of Jairus sit up anti she sits lip To Lazarus Come forth and he came forth To the widows sun He said Getup from that bier and he goes home with his mother Then Jesus snatched up the keys of death nod hung them to his girdle anti cried until all time graveyards of the earth heard Him 0 Death I will be thy plague OGrave i will be thy destruction I My subject also reassuresus of the fact that in all our struggles we have n sympathizer You cannot tell hrist anything new nbout hardship do not think that wide ages of eternity will take the scars from ILls punctured side and His lacerated temples and Ills sore hands You will never have a burden weighing eo ninny poundi as that burden Christ carried up the bloody hill You will never hate any suffering wor e than He endured when with tongue hot and cracked nail inflamed and swollen bemoaned t thirst You will never be surrounded by worse hostility than that which stood around Christs feet foaming reviling Jivid with rage howl- Ing down Ills prayers and snuffing up the smell of blood 0 ye fainthearted O ye troubled 0 ye persecuted one here ken heart that can sympathize with ou- Again and lastly I learn from all hat has beensaid today that Christ was awfully in earnest If it had not been a momentous miision He would have turned back from it disgusted and discouraged lie saw jou in acap tivity from winch He wa resoved to txtricate you though it ost I Urn all sweat all tears all blootv lie came a great way to save yOu He came from Bethlehem here through the place of skulls through the charhcl house through banishment There was not among ail tIme ranks of celes Gals one being who would do as much for you lIar His crushed heart at your feet today Let it not be told in Heaven that you deliberately put your foot on it While It will take all the ages of eternity to celebrate Christs triumph I am here to make time startling announcement that be cause of the rejection of this mission on the part of sonic of you all that magnificent work of garden anti cross and grave is so far as you arc con cerned a failure Helena the empress went to the Holy Land to find the cross of Christ Getting to time Holy Land there were thren crosses excavated and the quest ioi was which of the crosses was Christs eros They took a dead hotly tradition says antI put it upon on of the crosses and there was no life and they took the dead body and put it upon another cross amid there was nb life But tradition says when time dead body was put up against the third cross it sprang into life The dead man used again Oh that the life giving power of time Son of God night dart your dead soul into an eternal life beginning this day Awake thou that sleepest and rise from time dead and Christ shall give thee life Live now And live for ever Women Doctor In England The South African war has deprived many English hospitals of ite services of male doctors anti the women medi cos are now reaping their reward Time Match Trust Spreading Ont The match trust has several factories ft Kurope anti hums now absorbed an important establishment in South America VSr 1 PROTECTED BY POLICE Street Cars Run in St Louis With out Being Molested flirtr Wrelii of nintliiK nod Tur- litnll mul the Knil or Settle silent of the Trouble Sccm nil Inr Avny an Krf St Louis May 8Thmls is time 2luit lay of time street railway strike and time end seems ns far away as ever both time Transit Co anti its em ployes standing firm in their respect lie positions Not n car on time fran sit Cos system has been run since the strike began without police pro tection In consequence of there not being enough police to guard the or more cars usually operated less than a quarter of that number have been run by tIme company over only a part of its 2 divisions oath lines Since May S when the strike began there have been ryiinerous collisions between the policc nd strikers and time hatters sympathizers Hard ly a day during that time has passed without somebody being wounded by bullets or injured by flying missiles and police clubs Time list otcasual ties presents four persons shot anti killed 22 wounded by bullets and 50 or more injured in other ways Two of time killed were innocent by stander a striking inptorman and an emergency policeman completing the number Several of time wounded are in a critical condition anti may die It is estimated by time strikers that less thou fifty of their number 2335 who struck have returned to work Time e with time street car men im ported from other cities are oprat lag the Transit Cos cars It is as serted that at least uO of time import ed men have joined thus strikers All time points of issue between time company amid its striking employes have been agreed to except that of reinstating all the nun who went out in their old positions The coiujKinr refuses to displace the men they have hired since the strike began while time strikers decline to sign any agree ment that does not give alt the old men their places again Several at tempts have been matte to bring time employers and employes together but without success and thus the mutter stoniltVA meeting of citizen has been railed iu the directors room of time Merchants exchange for tIme purpose of discussing plans for the amicable settlement of the street car employer strike Sunday was uneventful The first ears to run over the Transit Cos lines since 10 n m Saturday were sent out in tIme moruiumg over the Dcinmar asc flume Page avenue Spauldiug avenue Compton Heights Park avenue La cledc avenue anti Olive street tines The tidy being1 fair the ears were crowded from errly morning until 7 p in when they ceased running by persons going to antI coming from Ihe parks anti western suburbs Time lines mentioned run east antI west and in consequence time main depend ence of those living in the north and south portions of the city was on wagons anti busse or the cars of tIme Suburban system which operates only in n limitedarca compared with that covered bytime Transit Co the result of an encounter last night between striking anti nonstrik lug employes of the Transit system three men were shot one being fatal ly anti the others seriously wounded As Philip Sullivan James Sullivan and passingapproached fronifbc rear anti fired upon lv three menTsaid to be in the companys employ One of tIme bul lets passed through Philip Sullivans right lung giving him a fatal wound lames Sullivan received a ball in the left cheek and OConncll was shot through time right leg Accounts of the affair differ some bystanders claiming that it was a deliberate at tempt at assassination in the part of the companys new employes white others aver that it was n pitched bat tic between the two factions A riot call was at once sounded but the three unknown men hail made their escape by the lime the police arrived on the scene nirrr nnd Harbor nill HrporJrd Washington May 7The senate committee on commerce through Senator McMillm reported the emer gency river aud harbor bill The gen eral appropriation made by the bill was increased from 200000 to 250 completlugfor the purpose of locating locks and thorns was provided for t Death Front Irlie KlKhtlnir Bridgeport ft May 2SFhdie Tea hot time colored pugilist who was taken to the Bridgeport hospital in nn insensible condition last Friday night is time result of a blow received luring a boxing match with William Korsythe died Sunday without re raining consciousness Iorsythe is In jail Mr Grant Will Attend Chicago May 27Mrs Ulysses S Grant anti daughter Nellie Grant Sartoris have signified to the mem bees of the Grand Army national en imipment commit tc their intention to accept invitations to be present it the encampment in August umber of lillplno Killed Washington May 2Senator Pet tigress has Introduced a resolution ceiling upon the secretary of war for information as to the number of Fil ipinos who have been killed in the Philippines since February J 1jOS Urokera Fall Macon Ga May 25 Talbot and Palmer brokers of this city failed Thursday for about 16ooo Xo rca ion is assigned for the suspension of justness A few months ago the firm fniled for about 80000 The suspen ion of Price McCormick Co is supposed to have caused failure French C ptnrr n Town Paris May 2rhe minister of war announces that the French troops have gained another victory in the Sahara desert Cot Meuestrel cap Lured KsarelFntis Unanlnn Wurntilps Launched St Petersburg May 25The Rus san battle ship Polieda and the Kus dun crjiser Aurora were launched in he presence of Emperor Nicholas flue car also watched the keellaying Df two other battle ships to be COD itructrd Candidate for Vice President Washington May 2SFhe candida jjr of Representative George B Mc icllan of New York for the demo jratie sloe presidential Humiliation vas announced by his friends in can iress t VV t liisd SENATEkREPORTERS ADJOURN IToir a Couple of flreezyewmpapms Men Ran the IlllnoU Upper tj houseS At Well that bumps me said the colonel ts he began himself rill a Panama 1 hat relates the Chicago later tfcean I toow that the cheek of these newspaperVreporters is always in full that they assumed to Irgislali for the stateT All I know is asserted the judge again hat ttro newspaper reporter once adVjourned a session of the Illinois treats llowd they do it Choke the peatei paperNo very civilized about it It was one daywhen everybody expected a dull session aimdonly two of us aenatoijVput in an ajupearancecountungDaveLittlerV who was in the chair 1 want to get an interview with latUel when this things over said one uewtpapef man So do 1aad the other I move toil we adjourn he shouted at Littler I second the motion said the first re porter It is moved and seconded thit ire now adjourn said Littler solemnly Those ia favor will signify it in tIme usual manner Aye h6uted both of the reporters I Carried said LittlerVHOTTI Thl We offer One Hundred DolIarrBewaid for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney i Co Props Toledo 0VWe the undersigned have known F JCheney for the last ISyears and believe hid perfectly honorable in all business timasseVtions and financially able t6 citryout sayVobligations made by their firm West t Truax Wholesale Druggists To ledo Walding Kinnan Marvin WholesaleVDruggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internallyVacting directly upon the Hood and mucous 4tIeifTrr Half Family Tills are the test Not Quite Itendr for Hearrn An Usage Indian named Laboring Milesawas taken before Indian Agent Pollack a few days ago for some medicine As it is a rare thing says time Chicago Inter Ocean loranVIndian to ask for white mans medicine the LaboringSick redskin Pretty sick eh continued the agent Pretty near die replied Laboring after a pause Looked up in sky SawbiglightVsaw Jesus and Jesus motherVThe Indian then said his father beckoned him to conic un into the clouds iou ought to have advised theV JThmDont you want to go to Ileaven asked the agent Nut now said Laboring Mile I want to kill one heap dd Indian before I go The Vicious In flostopVYes replied the Uwton parent a hoV VVsoon acquires vicious habits if be is tut fered to mingle with street boys Once I thought otherwise antI permitted onrKmer son to choose his playmates as chance shouldVthrow them in way watnt a weekVsir until that boy in spite of isis hereditary trainingheical quetions that simply reeked with casuis tryPuek You Will Never ICuowVwhat good ink is unless you use Carters II costs no more than poor ink All dealers Quite m Toot VVFortyfive trumpetet accompany theVking Abyssinia whereve he goes hereVis one man at least who doesnt have to toot his own horn to be heart ofSan Francisco Bulletin Louis F Waibel Ph G St toil Mo wrote I haverecommemmdedTeethjnawhenVthe doctors gave up the child and it cured at 3 onceVLove may at locksmiths but thenVlater on not infrequently so dees the wolf at the doorPuckVPisas Cure for Ccnsairt turn is in infalli ble medicine for cougli andcodsN W Bamuel Ocean Grove N J YelP 17 1300 The lazy mans motto Work not thai you be not worked Cbirago Daily News When a man is hopping mad he had best keep still Chicago DemocratVThe dear Venison Ycle Rec calVHow Much You EatIt not the question hut how much you diVgest because food does good only when itVis digested and assimilated taken up by the blood and made into muscle nerve bone and tissue Hoods Sarsaparilla restores to the stomach its powers of digestion Then appetite is natural and healthy Then dys pepsia is gone and strength elaticityandVendurance return StomachTroubloMy mother hadVa very trouble She weighed only ill pounds After taking four bottlesV of Hoods SananarilU she weighed 136Vpounds She took it again after thegrip andVone bottle got her up Muss Otie McCoyV528 Lafayette Ave Lebanon I- ndHoods SarsaparillaVIs Americas Greatest Blood MedicineV++4+ Everybody Likes a I Good Bargain TIme best iii railroad VthyconductedexcursiontoCaltV fornia by the Santa FeKonte x q Excellent accommodations i and reliable personal escort V without extra charge e times a week front X VtChicago and Kansas City Ask for full details X JItanigtrCairornit 4Vlbs Atchisoo TopeU ISasta fe Zailway IOTA Jams strict Chicago K LOLL J OUTTor year Oualiyscomfbtt iand your own IwillSgmUonirorUcenti j wjn LUmfpnni gn bnfcr UteU CHABLESEHIKESCO LIVE STDGKV c1rVWe will furnish duplicates or LIVE VZTOVCUTS or say other Cut shown In aaj spec Imcn Book at or below quoted prices for samVAN KELLOGQ NEWSPAPER COV335 W Firth St Cincinnati 0VTills RAP mil Entcruts Ulbnnatlon reats I Information Bureau Box KESSAS ASTONIOTV Use Certain Corn Cure Price15c titJ 1 Ail Uit fuvBart Cough Ujrup Tiass Good Use JVloOms field by tinnteu WSUMPT1ON S V C Ii rfJia r Ji t s nn L1r1STATE NEWS ITEMS I z 1 b VETERANSIAlit Ten Annunl Itrunlnn Ilxurct Ieu to Suriinns Any the f lrc loiik Oitm Ji lx iiisviii Ky May 23 The tenth t ontiual reunion of the Inited on1tlielate Vclerans will meet in liS Wnlnesday It is expected con tbldc nunnirioally Ihnt the tenth nil reunion will MUMSX any uf the nine reunions prvvtonsly hrbl and n conservjttivo eMimate is hat IVVHHI Sf visitors will in Louisville clIrhlJi the w ck Every arrnngemcnt has t IKXII made for entertaining such n crowd The committees have been nt work for months and alt that now re i mains is lor Kentucky to welcome in I Kentucky fauhton ill thousandri uf hI cMs The city is bnmUomely ilntpnl iitobunting the red ami white of tin i coiifctlcraey being most pvominent tlu purtraitK of eonfeilerale whose ileiils of twhile to confedejate patriitisnII ntli0 from many buildings pub q private thecourt of honor on JefTcrKon opposite the court house twhere Ihlgrrat tvviewinjr stands iii9ciigil n 4 turluonnte1 on cishcr rntl by eagles while in Ihc center stands a confed ere shield ISy day it cnn be well Jn its dazzling whiteness for blocks mill by night it will Ill nlilaxe with IIIJlllldnI uf elect ric lights hail built in honor of the 4 ioUrCIlcIfliL Veleron nnd Mlitateil 4k Jlit Sixth nnd Water 21rtltl wheiv It overlookr the oauliful falls of the Ohio has Iten ctmptctcd Hit hall ut itself will hold 8WK ehalm With StEIs Manding rotjjj for 10OOO people A fI balcony extends nil round the inside On every window is the nnmc ofa Isiitlc where not Ill limn 500 men 1 were killHi nnd lnlet jorsitl nrt the 4 i nnincs of the Ivloud Iratlern of the icnr1enry The main window is di g over the stage mill it bears this inscription Less than llKi Vi Jightin turn surrciiderrtl after cn during four years of suffering The MirvivorH of these are here to lay and Kentucky is proud anti happy The ndvnicc gnartl of the out ron federates has already lrg irt to vom Jn Tliry lrc mostly from the neigh boring Kentucky towns nntl come in c small detachment so lit to he on the ground early tnt hendqtinftiTi qj have been opened for llie divisionn of each state ttprescnte in the United Confederate association dAYft has been flO as to provide many intcreMltif fetS tures lite convention Will assemble on Wctlncntay at noon in 1eunion hall and After adresses of welcome by the mayor of Loninvillc representa tinS of time various commercial bodies of the city anti the local confederate l cantps n response will be made by icn lohn Conlon commnnderint ehief The opiuing exercises will be 4 concluded with an oration by Uev II M Palmer of New Orleans The nIl enioon will lie given ovef to n IUIM ne K sesKjon At night there will l e yflflOttS ainncrnehtmt lncliulinjn con c r cert at Linniry hall by the famous T Stonewall Irckson Prigadc Itand nUll Olre club An oldfashioned basket picnic will serve to pass away pleasantly the ear ly morning of Thursday Various butlryss sv lons will be held In tllb r forenoon ard in the afternooli a re ception will lit ghlt foy time Daugh t ters of the Confederacy Fireworks I on the Ohio river and a grand ball at Iteunion hall will claim attention in the evening Friday ill the day of time big parade whl li will take place in the nfler 11ool1n the evening a ball will be given at the Auditorium for the of firers The most important feature of Sat p un1yvitI the 1ecoration of the Aqi 3 celn11eter bjtC i Arro1the4 MIbe marie by fienTohn II Gordon lien Simoir Bolivar riuefcncrot Kentucky and others Goebrl A amlnKtlon Itevrnrdii4 Frankfort K May 26If the present theory In the Corbel assassi JE nation cases is borne out the hulk I a t of the reward will go to Detective Armstrong and Col Campbell It is ztl thought tbnt Commonwealths Attor ney Franklin DUll County Attorney J Poltgrove will receive n share icR1nckhnrz LVrtlflcatr SIgned ms Frankfort KyM May OGov neck ham signed the certificate of election r of Senatorelect Illackburn and thei docntnent was forwarded to Wash ingtourJudge John Crisp Urnd 4S Columbia Ky May 6TuA4 John CriFp former county judge of Kiusrcll eoun y and president of the fb I Jamestown banJcw1id nt his home tf hero of heart trouble He was one of the most influential citizens jot rI1use11county c Probably Will Die z y Monticellj Ky May 2G Voung S Dirhman rhile tiring n rifle received a wound trom time breachpTn Avhich 1Z xvasintb tided in his skull just above the ej7 Time doctors removed the pin but he vill probably die 7 Tnylora Family In LonUrllle Ixiuisville Kytfny 24Vhiie W 1 S Taylor is sojourning in Indiana f i fae from icquisit ions and warrants c 4 Mrifc Taylor nnd her seven children Tintrl3 Vostinasterllakcr j Vrnnkfurt Kree Prom Soldier 21Fmankforl1Izree r t the first time cilice January 10 The Ibv evacuation of the Beckham troops tin r last to leave occurred Wednesday raornlnj z r Orem Their ray qJ cFrankfort ICy May 2iGo Beck s i hanV and his appointees drew their j t Mla jrs for the first time since they havebccn ill olliec They hud refused todraw pay while the slightest cloud reufainej on their title The minor of ficfjfs and their assistants have drawn at po and will not do so until their rQr5 cabMCare finally decided k Monticello Ky May 23rIIenry- Taylor n farmer lost hiRlionse r sntire contents by flre Ills wife was MVffiHsijr borned while rescuing a fi1 3 tiu V i 4 ftT + 2 d 4 r i f jt 1 SMALL AMOUNT EXPENDED Itie llorllrl llriVnnt tltnliill1 lonri Knil H Ttvii tinii MrMnlltn llrlll hi irnnkfiirti IntnkforU KVA May 24 The cMie ndjonrnl1flitcrn sat that illllhlIt WUK done except to jiay a few minor hills for current expenses of the eomtnission and IhostS- working Under ifggregiting about SMH Cnmmissioner Moore wheit asked if the meeting of the commU sionern hind tiny hearing on the ri hlihams te iil itlon fur Chnrln Finley saul Thfye limttcrs are mint vht hit time IllIniof the commission mill tilt objects hIt which II Was erealeili Thev rvst wholly with the proseen hownIIIIIIllhindividually may condemn the eon duet of t lies tikhIt It is tint a mat ter for Iir olllcial eolislilelation- Mr Moore said ihliU Illstend of tin lirg fnr vvhiell the ftlgitives and PllblieIihlso far expended was nry small in ninonnt and bud been and would con tinue to be expended conservatively and legitimate purposes only He dented all knowledge to whether or Itdl nit indictment hnd been re turned against former Cov Taylor hilt saul if one has been returned it is now a matter for the prosecution to look alter add hut the commission m TWO STATE CONVENTIONS Ivctittlrk DlIIKrkiitii Will Until One tin June null Another tut IIJ Krahnforl IvV May 2Thc demo thitie state executive committee held n limPet hug iiete mill issuuculcalls for tt 0 state conventions The first will be lint at Louisville on lame 11 for the purpose of selecting delegates to Ihe democratic national convention The other will lie hell July tl and at this n tleinoLrutii eunlidale for governor will be nominRtod- tiov lleckhntns friends it is understood favoreil otilV one invention this to foe held the last week in June hilt the proposition for two conven tions carried by a majority of one There was n great deal of discussion propositloninjy pJtilK set1 clihtigtJs in the state ImilfOrlri with reference to the del tion law and other things but not enough to give a definite idea of what tin state convention will do on this subject RECORDS TURNED OVER ItrpnliUrnn OHlrlnl In lrnnkforl llntnlliitr liter ThMI Omen tll hue lIthlnllnl Iralikfort ICy May 25ltepublr an Auditor Sweeney nbaudoncd bis content Nvllboil wailing to hear from the court of appeals nnd Sent for democratic Auditor Coulter to whom he timed over the keys of his oflicd In the state house- Superintendent of 1tlblic Jhstnie lion Illtrke heM a UOhferehce with delnodrlltlc Superintendent McChes hey mill intimates that he is also ready to turn over his oftlce- It is understood the other repub lican oflicials will do likewise in the next day or two mind that by next week the state hniii c will be ollice red exclusively by democrat Kentucky Stnte G A It Lsmcaster Ky MuyiJ5 The slalo n A cnciiiuinent eonvcneil herd Tliursday About tOO are present The address of welcome was delivered by I L Walker Onieere vill lc elect ctl Thurnhiy ahd other business dU- po ed of It is eoneeded that MirJ Frye of Lebanon will be elected dc parttnent commander Several limit deed more veterans arrived Thursday afternoon anti night 1ain has been falling which has kept ninny of the country people and those from ad joining towns any lAuumeaster Ky May 27The last lily of tin U A It encampment brought hundreds of people and vet erans from adjoining towns Several thousand were in line in tile parade It In estimated that 10000 veterans and visitors wOre present At tho head of the parade was the flag which was first planted on Lookout inonn tail by Capt Wilson after the Uattlo A tore the Clouds Covington was selected for the next encnnrpnient tttekhnm VUltn the State llontio- Frnnkfort Ky May GGov Reek ham visited the state house for the firt time since the assassination of fioubel He inspected time execAtivo otlice which Is being repainted repa jiercd nnd recarpctH A Home for Grim Gordon Nicholnsville Ky May 2Tliticonfederates of Kentucky have pur chased if It A DorM this county ta beautiful thoroughbred horse as n present to ien John It Gordon Wilmore as the horse icalled is a fine type of the Denmark stock Sum for 910000 nnmnur llojikinsville KyM May 27Sebert Warren has sued the Louisville and Xnshvillc railroad for 10000 dam ages Warren was struck by a freight train nt Kelly Station on February 2 pnd badly injured Tolmero Croji In Gurntrd- Lnneaster Ky InThe Into ruins have been quite an advantage to the tobacco crop in this section Time plants are unusually fine and abundant but the cutworm has be gun Its ravages and the prospect is that growers will have much trouble Shot Prom Ambush Lancaster Ky May 27Jas Buck nero of Paint Lick was waylaid anti shot from ambush six miles froil here late at night nnd dangerous wounds Inflicted Robbery is supposed to have been the motive SnrreeilH 1rof Keith Lexington KyuIay 2The board of curators of the Kentucky univer tsity elected Prof S M Jefferson to the chair of philosophy to succeed Prof Keith resigned Prof JeffeV son was formerly president of Bethany college And late at the head of the Divinity school of California CoDiln AVonldnt Wed Her Whitesburg KyM May 21Xel1r- Gourd Geneva Ccndill aged 13 attempted euicldn by hanging to a bed post Iwcanse her cousin Harry Ad ama aged 15 would tot marry her fl j1 i c e J I 4 p j d Ii N w J DEFIED THE LAW dipt Sr ppr Uilli It rniiil r ui iiitt in a iiiil li uitd In tliIt- zig lutiil liy ll rlfe Chicago May 7 With an nrniMi mdy of 2 o mm two rapid lire gnn ind Fcinie biirbfil wire for milking ninnjliiiioiits Cipi ieorge Street er ivit lining touU nnssissiiiii nf 1ST acres of lnril leiii Afir Hoislinj the United Stairs Hall tits inell threw up two intrenchrtints aiid plailleil in each one ut tin nplil lire gulls Shortly before i ooil blood Was tpilleil liefure Cap Si rectors strony iidd Pickets thiiuvn out by no filpanls of lilt trenches discovered party approaching from Lincoln park consiMing of Park Superin tendent Ketlieski and Secretary Krby ret ii forced by a piiltceinau Calls of llau failed lo stop lie hulk olli iils who were bent tipoil IJtiding out who was cHcroachlng till ii Ilieir ground A volley from the picket rifles liekly put to tlighl the investigating party however and one of tie hit lets sruck a 11yearold boy Kcnhrn Manbv in the right kllee Indicting a sere woiinll The park ollieials lied to a patrol box nnd turned in a riot calj A force of 20 or 10 policemen armed with re ttiltti S and elilbs hurried tn Ihe scene mum Jh cliieago staion When the oflieers in comiiliitld siiw the dis play of force Gallih jliis eing p iute l his way over he jilt utnehi ments he ordered n retreat Capt St reel er claims to own the land which with 11m title would be worth between thirty and fifty mil lions of dollars Ih ls r Capt Klreet T ami his wi hrl Rlnuniltl on a little sandbar n Tew yards from the shore at the font of Superior street The spot wits nol down on lie Is md the doughty navigator laid claim to Ihe land Mid declared his right being the whole population to elect himself to oil the olliiefi liith lien framing it constituting deemed the territorytim neeil of- As tin yoaix pasMd by the dump iuigif all 101 ts of refuse and by the earth washed up by the lake formed a large rfttituil CApl St teeter be came a man of importance With his importance and the increased value of lie lands hi troubles began The Iraet becamj connected with the shore and owners of adjoining prop erty resented the presence of Capt meter mill the retainers he haul gathered aboiit him Theyritruied the matter jut It collri Till supreme court of the United States decided that the laud was within the juris diction of the state of 111nois- At 20 nVlnok Saturday afternoon 300 poliie otlitVr lif lilt eity ol Chi cago headMi by Chief Kiptty nnd every man IxiJiiliig a repeating rifle marched from lie Fist Chleagn av enue sti0mm on the Norlli Sidr to the loot of Si rior street where Capt Ceo Stnrlr has fortified him self A tire bout ith a Gat hug gun aboard was Otipatched up Lake Michigan to make n demonstration from tutu slutauth 10 cill ofT tilt es cape of Si rcctrr lileli Ity llieitns of their yacht At lil i oelecV Vltrig Coli Nile mind live of hiluticii1 pereeiving the ovcrvvhehuing orvil of police ap proach lliiiil ofl till eliMiaee ments of thtir improvised fort and uttered lo urr iider Id time park po lice providing they Were protected The uurreiulei vVas accepted and the pjirk policemen started oh fool to ward the police Kiatiolij fulloVVeit by an immense crowth The remainder of Capt St rectors force seeing the late 01 their leader deserted their guns and escaped in the throng The police nt once tool charge of t Ill fort with its entire store of arm anti ai inuinition- nft Streeter was not found in the fort Chicago huy2S Wm II Niles military governor cf time District of Lake Michigan and the thc members of his army of invasion captured on the north shore lave been formal ly charged with violations of the laws of the state of Illinois Itii ehf r s Kiucemnor Washington Jlay 2iIt is under stood that the president has decided to appoint t s u member of the in dust rini commission to succeed M D Ihutehi ford resigned Mr Charle Leiicbinan of Massachusetts former ly general secretarytreasurer of the Knights of Labor KiiMivlllrii Iitrltntlnii trceptril KnoxvllU Tenn May 2Llhue in vitation extended by the Knoxvilli city ronneil to the Boor commission crs to visit tills city has been ac cepted Arrangements for theii- itinerary has not been completed and time date of the visit can rot be Jet at present miner ruo 0 CIA Tnt Wnshingtoa May SIhl Doer en tOYS cHct to leave lucre Thursday for fusIon to attend a reception there on that day From lioston they jiro cecil west for Chicago where they are to be on Tune 3 or 0 stopping en route at Cleveland Mid Utiffalo t IrriinrliiK to Itrrrlvtr cn 1114 San Frnncici May 2S Prepara lions are rapidly being made at the Prisidio for the reception of Maj Gen Klvvell S Otisiale eommandcr inchlef in the Philippines who i s scheduled to arrive in this city from Manila Tuesday Will Meet lu ii Tcul Ivpnsns City itoihuty2sIiil Missouri democratic state convention chedu1ed to meet here on June 3 to nominate a vstate ticket will be lick in a tent oil Shelley square in front of the court house Irnrr In the CurollniK San Francisco May 2SCaptS Ilitchlield of the auxiliary schooner Queen of the Isle from the Caroline islands says that peace anti prosper 13 are rettling down on the Carolines since their cession to Germany b v Spain Fin u re Vuii Sinnll Manchester May 2S Owing to the jiolidcys Iast week business was imall Trade was also injured by the cotton slump Zndla bought hut lii tic China remit various large bids bul only a few were workable oufcKird Vuder Tortnrc Yokohama May fA former Korean official has confessed under tor ture the names of those concerned i the murder of the queen Xumeriu arrests have been made and It is probable thai nil implicated will be executed tlnlm 1njunt Trentmcnt Havana May 28 American ollicialt here feel that they have been unjtiiitlj treated by l certain newspapers in the ITnitcd Slates which have published the sweeping1 statement that they All lire cxtruvugantly 11 Fhf v i1J r r MPy Af f r CROSSED VAAL RIVEft Roberts Army Encamped on tno North Bank of That Stream The tin iii fly Itrltrrcii fehi ng iiitll Iliilnivnili linn llrrn Itt- Jllnlrtlt tii iiiilliri An ItrlnM- lltnnnlil Into Miilrklnu tondoit May 2Slhie war olllee has received the lot Iotiuig front Lonl Ihisllniillg Sunday i ijay 27 113 p uiie crusKod the Vnal this inorit lug aunt aro now encamped on thJ north bank The advance troops which crossed yesterday were only just in Umc to tIC Ihe coal mines on both this nnd the other lIiIuC the river from being destroyed Our eav unities were folir- lladenPovvfll reports that the railway between Mafeking antI Iulil tvayo bus been restored and that sup plies mInt being brought into Mafc King lie says the Ciiiliidiaii artillery joined Col lIuuuuir frulit Ieirit tt itt inereilibb rapiility- Lieut Webber was taken priMinci it lleilbron a few days ago lie went there Oil telegraph duty It was not known that our troops hall keen tem puinrily withdrnwlt tiiuil iii May iujhi following dispatch dated lt Criiotvicli i miles south of Vereeniging Suuuudaytlam 07 has been received Lord Iioberts northern advance force steadily continues anil today the Transvaal hills wore Mighted Gem French has secured nil excellent tanking position on Hit Horthwcsti There is something irresistible alioiit this advance Tho troops have been splendidly handled anil the lioers complttely t nun neui ered have been forced to abandon heir positions at the first appLaralUt df the llritish thinking force t liifli ints made a tie lerniiiie resistance at lie Vaal im possible Many Transvaal burgliers are now trekking homeward anil it is afe a suit that the most irrecon cilable TrahsVaaler til last ricognixM the hopelessness of tlii slrntgle Most of the Mriiis in tin liorlhenl part of hue Free State whore lIlt ties of blood with the Transvaal art tin strongest have been deserted This section has been Hooded with fals talcs of Itrilish cruelty reports of the burning of farm houses nnd the evic tion of women niul tliildroll In th hopof inducing the burghers to re main with the commandoes hilt the evidence nil points novv to the exist enee of a permanent feeling of enmity between lie TrailsVitafers rind thrt Fret Staters eilch accusing the other of treachery and cowardice It is regarded as Unlikely that tin Transvaal goverlihictit Will go to Ly deiiburg where food is scarce A body of liners mostly on foot are trekking bard tovvcrd Verecniging from the di reel ion of lleilbron The condition of the British troops eontiuiics excellent nlthough the cold nights are very trying They lire able lo march three mills an hour Th11Is have destroyed every bridge and culver They are said to regard Klipriverberg north of the Varl s ii position of great strength ind tilv of making themselvcH im pregnabh there It is rc orted that time population of lohaiincshnrg is in n high state of excitement The ISoers who are pass ing through northward threaten to blew up the mines and til view of their wanton destruction of every thing else it would not be surprising if they carried out the threat llut British mire more interested however in grazing and in the water supply than in the mints Mafeking May Shiue noels who were routed here rallied a few miles cast at Polfontein well within the British border There is no sign ol the enemy to the north Col Plu timers linesmen have received a wirn saying that a train will arrive to morrow A system of daily runners to the south has been orginied Xewvastle May jThe lloers in this part of the theater of war are very active having been reinforced from various directions Their front now extends from Laings Xek to Xew Kepublic whore they lire fortifying London May 28 President Kruger according to a special dispatch from Newcastle has issued a proclamation asking the Transvaal burghers to no tify him whether they desire to con tinue the tight or lo sue for peace IJarkley West May 61t is report ed that tim lIners have rcoccupicd Kuruman mill that large laagers arc DanielsrVisited the Snnir ilrl Huntsville Ala May 27 Albert Port nnd Itoyd Graham of Hnnts ville called on a best girl at the same time Porte it is stated struck Gra ham on the head with a monkey wrench lie is seriously injured Mr Portz then visited the lady while Grit ham lay in the front yard in n help less condition A warrant has been sworn out fur his arrest Amount nt Iliiiulu HxeliaiiKViI Washington May jhe amount of bonds so far exchanged at the treasury for the new two per cent consols of 19iO is 281433700 of which 01308500 were retched Iron indiiduils anti institutions other than national banks A Duel to Dent Port Worth Tex May 27A duel to the death was fought by Kminet Coy anti Bonifacio Pcrezcowmen in Hidalgo county at a hundred yards Winchesters were used ISoth tact kit dead in their tracks A Wllil War Iluiiinr London May 2iA wild war rumor on the stock exchange Tliursday that the Mafeking relief corps hind march ed to Jolmiineeburg surprised the Hoers there and captured the town sutliced to cause a sharp spurt in Kafllrs 1rPnliyterlaiiN nnd 1olyffntnjr- St Louis May 25The Presbyte rinn general assembly has framed n memoual to congress asking that the fedentl constitution be eo amended as to specifically declare polygamy a criiueStildyluig Trade Condition Mobile Ala May 2Formcr Sena tor F Pasco of Florida and Pro Em cry K Johnson of Washington a ora mittee of the isthmus commision are lucre for the purpose of studying the trade condition with respect to the apeniug of the canal across the isth mils ll Hunt Cumins Latest Order lekin May 25The Chinese raIn isters at Washington and Lorjdon have been ordered to retain their posts foi some time longer on the recommen dutlon of Ll Hung Ciiiv i it T j FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS ruuiiuuir3 or 1lIn tnuiti UnsJiiiiKton May 21SennteTb lost ollice PIIIIIJlrill t lOll hill wai pisseil finally the ainendlnent to np lullfrimle J50 0 tn carryoult exist uig contrnetft for the pmiimntic tube Forviii bein iiprecil to Hy a vote ol Iii to 21 a remiolut iou extending to the liner onmiisioiicrs the pnimilugex of the floor of the senate was defeated HoittiC Two important bills won tstutiuif iii rxtriid the ciphthour taw to nil labitrcrii employed under Contract oti got eriiuuueuut work nnrl the other to prohibit interstate trafllc In prlsonntailc K ds h brinpiiiK them tinder the jurisdiction of the police powers of the state Washington May 22 Senate A lipjviding that upon the suppression of Phillppilletludevolve upon the president until sued time as congress might direct other wise Mr Carter presented the cre dentials of Mr Clark an a senator front Montana tinder till appointment of acting Inc Mprilof that state ihey were laid on lie t tulul- eilnuuseThie entire ilflv vni devoted to the Alaskan cit il government liill Slow progress was mnilc only 21 j Pages being disposed of May23enatelhuday Ihe Philippine iilCKtion and a reso Iii lion ilMnniiding an Investigation of iinaneial atTains in Cillia furnliihing the nhjcls- IIOIISII agreement was reached to on lime Ii The Xeely ex tradition hill WHS pasicd after a spirit id ilnimtr tw was the bill providing for a eolleclor nf eiistoniH at Honolulu at a salary of Jfionll n year The post ufo fice appropriation liill wan sent to conference and lIlt ways and tiles its committee instructed to toil during tin recess Washington May 21 lnIIIThe duty of flic ell Slates toward its island posstwlofis WIIH the subject of a bent od iihibjtuluIlstuimsjoui Xo business was transacted House For eight hours the mllI- Ihcs discussed the Alaskan civil guy ernment hill lint little progress was Inade An o JIIl1II1 uuiui was adopted hut hording the Hcerrtary of war to issue permits o e caalr or dredge for gold below lowwilier ninrU Oil the beach at Cape Nonie The collfdr IIPIIOprilliollWnshlnirl May 2StuinteAt1u- Cdui1dflfl 111 Hie Sponner Philippine hill oeeiipied inoft of the time Till MI utti rv ci i Jtpiroifiafloll bill uhleh curries SMSIiy or over 4000000 more than as it passed tll house was taken up aunt 157 pages disposed O- fHoise Two hours were ilexoled to considering the Alaskan civil govern Ineilt lull vnlhoMt completing it TJie remainder of the sesIou as devoted to htrim ill e jiension bills Among those favorably aetiil upon were the senate lulls to pension the widow of the late apt 4 ridl v who eonimanded the Olympia In the battle of Manila at SfO per month the widow of the late Commodore K W Meaile at 10 per mnnth and the widow of the late kit M F Force of Ohio at 50 per month Washington May 20Senate A resolution was adopted providing for a congressional investigation of the Cuban postal frauds The credentials of rienatoreleel Itlaekbiirn signed by iov Iteckhain of Kentucky were ireiseiiiil mill filed Mr Pet tig fews resolution calling upon lie Secretary of war for a statement of the number byLiuittinsurrection wan agreed to j lonseTho Haj resolution calling the postmaster general for err tain information regarding the re ports of E n Iathbone director of tic posts in Cuba was adopted with out division Another resolution call lug upon the secretary of war to re port 1IIIItlnillhl payments made ami to whokn from the revenues of Cuba tmd Porto then was also adopted TURKEY MUST PAY UP ConRrcmi JIny DC Called Upon fly the Ircaldent tn Toke Action In the Mutter Constantinople May 2The lnit ed States legation having waited four weeks for a reply to the note of April 2 regarding the American indemnity claims Mr Lloyd Criscom United States charge daffaires has handed to Tewfik Paslm minister of foreign af fairs a new mite couched in more precise terms aunt insisting upon a prompt settlement The note produced a great impres ion as the porte thought the matter postponed if not abandoned It is be lieved that the United States will not wait so long this hue for an answer Americas indulgence thus far not hav ing made a satisfactory imprcssior upon the Iorte- Vashingtoii ay 25 Ueyond the statement that the department is still earnestly prosecuting the indemnity Iclaims against the Turkish govern meat the ollieials of the state depart ment decline to indicate the character of the last instruction sent to Charge iriscnm in relation to these claims Therefore it is to be assumed that the Constantinople dispatch aceurate sets out the chllrtclcr of thc com mnnication It is certainly not t n ultimatum hut is believed to be PS strong in its representations as a diplomatic note could be tiiade with out actually becoming an ultimatum South llnkntii Ileiiulillrnii Ticket Sioux Falls S D May 2The re publican state convention adjourned sine die at 4 oclock Thursday morn ing The tielct is as follows Gov crnor Charles X Herried Lieutenant Governor George A Snow Secretary of State O C Berg Treasurer John Sehambcr Auditor J D Reeves JiickJiM Gi to Irlnon Washington May 25 Kighty jack ies from the battle ship Texas will go to prison for terms ranging from six to eighteen months They mire the men who raised trouble at inhesion curo ItiirKliir Killed Brownsville Tcnn May 23henry Wood Xegro burglar was instantly killed while attempting to enter the residence of John Cathey Since lan nary 27 eight attempts have been made to burglarize the residence of Mr Cathey Shot Thronaph the heart Nashville Tenn May 23Jack Bryant night watchman at Milan was shot through the heart by tome Mil known person mind killed UIIInile shot struck him though there wer three tired ChoRcn Moderator Chicago May 25 IlevT JP Sankey of Rochester X Y was chosen mod erator on the first ballot Thursday nt the general assembly of the Uni ted Presbyterian church in session here Ben D Sands and Ilev E S Littcll both of Pittsburgh were can didates for the office Slllltnvy nuance Shot Port Ililey Knit May ZtTwo mi litlo prisoners John Arnold nnt1Geo- r A Fryman scrihugmccii tciiiit of Out year enuh vviro shut while trjinjj to iscanc AruuiJ will tilL r o ifAf sl or r tS i NIBBLED AT POKER CHIPS Joke of n rhllnilrlpliln Merchant at the Uxpcnae of Sportive EmIr Husine s tomctimcs drags during the aft moons down anions the Water Mirct vliulrtdle hour and on the principle that vlicit the cats away the Inite willlia the Icrks often amuse themselve with quiet ittie poker games says the riiiladelphu llecorit The proprietor of a teaumd coffee warehouse left the other day liwut three oclock Rut he changed his mind about wo hours later rctl four of his rusted employe in a ganio of oker They were caughtuleath to ripliU and there was nothing In do hut it out There want anything going on explained the hankrr so we thought we would try a little for fun ou know Jlainj2Jcentof raw coffee represented five cents each and roat1lofTe were 2S cents Ill just cit and xvatch you for awhile said the merchant who is something of a snort him telL lie pulled a chair ailing ide the fellow trim haul the mo t toffee in front of him mad the game proceeded At intervals he would reach over tuck up a couple of roast ed grains and chew themf meditatively the end of a half Ie had eaten 375 worth of coffee and the erstwhile winner could make no protest Vt hen he finally eyerueaffairs straightened out yet Xamlier SternTn his hitory of New Y rkonl of the rlaio4 of American authorships Dirdriclc Knickerbocker Washington Irving wrote lovingly yot with unctuous sarcasm of the Ieauutianti traditions of nut loved Mieu Netlitrtanil the peaceful valley of the Hudson from Albany to Manhattan the many legends with which the entire region abound notably that of Hip Van Winkle and his long slettanl of the ancient names and families whose descendants are still a Itomver in ttat Iotnhity to Carreaching were time effect of the History that in time the nam Knickerbocker the popular one for the patron saint of New York City he uiitlly being represented us a benignant old ttrrmar of sample girth clutching turnily the longstemmed clay pipe which Irving mt mortalifil and azing over his beloved City Kecognizicg the vein of sentiment in the American people Ions ajto a train service was inaugurated to New from St Louis to which Father Knickerbocker lent his name and throui1u the efforts of the line which introduced the service the Knicker bocker Special has become as familiar to the average travslcd American a to the rem idents of his own City Learini fct IxmU at noon the tmateter borne swiftly nod safe ly to Father Knickerbockers abode tniv fTMng by daylight homE rcenc with which he was so familiar arriving at New York the next day in time for a leiurely preparation for evening o lan the erirJlron thief flue Pig Four lies started a new train as a com panion it leaving i t Louis 800 A M re relying all Veitern led Sitithweftern con nections and arriving in sew Yotk at 253 the next thy train i Unowi as the New York and nlJ ton Limited hut the way ftrer who travelv much will call it Number Kixlcen in emulation of his railroad breth ren and inquire if he is on time A months huuuncms hu demonstrated that it is a success The Hie Fours motto is Com fort la travel and the truin amply lives up to the motto Ii a trip on it prove to those Who desire tttry convenience in tra el A letter to the General Office of the Big four at Cincinnati ibout an of their train will always receive a lrompt and courteous reidy Sporty dill Link Every man who luat attempted country courses in all their varied deelollmrnt has to look with something of pain into the twinkling eye of the friend who tells him while leading him over to the prospec tire course that it is a trifle sporty lint here are the true sporty in the course at Singapore Singapore is only miles from the lnr It averages about 82 degrees at midnight I played golf once just nine holes Iud then I was a spectacle fairly wet through We played over a Chine graveyard auommnd the asylum ind hospital and finished on the JITn of the orphan asylum The links are very the tombs serving for bunkers and other hazards while a ball drivrn over the wall of the lunatic asylum h lost and you loe stroke antI distance The tombs are oiy being hacked to pieces hiythiti wild fforts of the players to get tile balls out of the crevices in the bricksCoflicraWeekly One Xlfcht to Denver Via Chicago Union Pacific A XorthWest era Line Colorado Special leaves Chicago 1000 every morning arriving Denver I 20 the next afternoon Colorado Spring ard Manitou same evening Xo change of cars All meals in Dining Cars Another fast train at 1030 P lailysew book Col orado illustrated mailed on receipt of four cents Ticket Offices Chicago XorthVcstcrn Ky 193 Clark St and Wells St Station Pillar Wlllowi Perhaps garieuiingMr WilkinshiirK I made a 1tgin fling I planted a rat under a peach me yesterday evening Pittsburgh Cbronil Telegraph Do Your Feet Ache find Hnrnf Shake into your shoes Allens FootEase i powder for the feet It makes tight or Xew Shoes Feel Easy Cures Corns Itching swollen Hot Callous Smarting Sore and Sweati Feet All Druggists and Shoo Stores sel t 25 Sample tent FUEK Ad dress Allen S Knitted Lc Key X Y Adtltnic Color Larry Do y u ranimbcr our culd torn cat thot scud r m if a kitten looked at him Will he kin litk th hould alley by himself non1ennyPhwmmt brought about th change Vtae tosed a graae rilibon aroun nick Chicago Evening News The Proper Term The Mad Marriage is promotion The Ilachelor You mean commotion ilont yen Chicago Evening New You cant expect a bagcf wind to j and up straight Rams Uo- r3LtIlIET IlKrOUT Cincinnati May M CATTLE Common 51 23 4 fO Select butchers 3 10 ft 5 CAIAKS Kxtras ft ti 73 11OCS Select packers 3 S3 3 10 Mixed packers 520 3 5- 0SIIEKI Choice 4 13 a 4 23 IAMUS Kxtra 5 00 f 7 00 iIOUK Spring pat a 50 a 3 iiVItllNo 2 rod fii 72 COUNVo mixed a 4l i OATS Xo 2 mixed J 23 KYK Xo 2 a 611 HAY Choice timothy 6ih3 MKSS PORK alt S2 LAKl t 75 IJUTTEU Ch dairy 13tlh 14 Choice creamery 5 21 AllLKS thto fancy 4 50 IOTATOKSler brl 30 i TOUACCO Xew 2 tv IS 73 Old 140 1700 CHICAGO FLOUIt Win patent 3 fiJ 3 70 T2aXoCO1SX Xo 2 7 a I7 OATS Xo 2 2iyf 22A- KYK Xo 2 a POKK Mess 10 30 all 35 LAUD Steam 6 70 if 6 S2 4 NEW YORK FLOUK Win patent 3 3 85 WHEAT Xo 2 reil ft 8JV- COltX Xo 2 mixed frj 42 OATS Xo 2 mixed f 27 KYK i e- POKK Mess 12 00 t2 75 LAUD Steam 7 15 1JALTIMOR- EFLOlK Win patent 3 05 3 S3 WHEAT Xo 2 roiL 63It1 65 Southern f5 ft 72 COKX Xo S mixed 4OtI 40 OATS Xo 2 mixed ft 2716 CATTLE First qtial 5 10 ft 5 33 IIOGSestern 5 SO fIJ 5 00 INDIANAIOLIS WHEAT Xo 2 red 71 COIIX Xo 2 mixe 3V OATSXo 2 mixed 20 LOUiS VItL13 1LOUII Win patent 4 25 4 50 WHEAT Xo 2 red 71 COnX Mixed id 43 OATS Mixed ti 251 PO1JK Jlcss IIS 50 LAltD Steam cjj 7 00 SS Sleep Changes the Vcnllct The jury in a recent law suit unanimously agreed upon the verdict sealed it and went i home to bed Alter sleeping over jt they went home the nrtt morning Thus shovs the of sleep to strengthen tie human mind Those who are troubled with insom nia sliould try Hostellers Stomach Hitters It puts the stomach in good condition anti inilurra sweet sTeep It is the best of remedies for kidney liver end blood disor deri amused Kmutlnns To illustrate the feeling of Ireland toward the predominant partner an actor who has lately been touring the story of an old waiter in a Dublin hotel When are you going to get home rule in Ireland JoimT was the intuition Sec ye here torr sail the old man the only way we It get home rule for ould Ireland will be if France an Kussia an tennany anr Austna an maybe Italyif they would all join together to give those blaygiards ot English a rare Isood hiding Thats time only way well get home rule annyway Tlien as he looked cautiously around a twinkle of cunning and n smile of courtesy were added to the ex pression And the whole lot of em shoved together couldnt do it he said Oh its the grand navy weve gotLomlon Chron icle In the Lake Country of Northern Illinois Wisconsin Minne coLa and Michigan there are hundreds of the most charming Summer Resorts awaiting the arrival of thousands of tourists from the South and East Among the list of near by are Fox Laudcrdale Waukesha Ocozmomowoc Palmyra The Dells at Kil littlefurthertenac White Bear Minnetonka and Mar queue on Lake Superior For pamphlet of Summer Homes for 1900 or for copy of our handsomely illu LakeCountrywith four cents in postage Ceo IL OltColonylluildung Particular About Ills Shoe A western couple who were on a visit to Xew York for the first time put up at the WaldorfAstoria during their stay in this dayining1 the decorations of the hotel The myrtle room the Astor gallery and the great ball room were viewed by then and the mag oppulentdecorationssaid little however in comment but that awe was one of the feelings that what they had witnessed gave riie to was evidenced the husband who upon retiring for the night when he was asked by his faithful 1Mju e if according to his timual cuom he was not going to put his shoes outside to be blackened emphatically replied Net muchu I did theyd gild them 1 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thankful appear charge Palmers LotiiScare of cyo DOL9CLAS with IUTS f of isice and It is The stranrlierryand WATCHES other A is MEET of is 1Makcs VINCHETE HewRavaf1ffLes3s8rfSana IALLD1ALEgSKEEPTHEM T MOFFEHS ofCostsILEADERS OF TiltS PPIt- iEStitiNU 70 flUT iVTULQ SPVEItTISED fl 1Th COLUMNSScuoctu iisrUFON iuviyo VtLtT TItE5SK FOR ItEFVSUiG- Ai SUUSTITUm Ott IMrrTIONIh n 1iqiikkrculefsndcureaous SookntteiimoaiIiM so daptreatmenlSree Or U GItSESS 5055 Bo D AtZaatatia ANKE 1815 SVUEN WRITING tO tDVERTICR plsne tattt that son saw Ib dvcrUao LiGIinv3spapcrS d aS r flJr IJ7J9rwh p 1 T W t 1i 4 i e ftI 1 NS- r LJ a tJru = uI IONSifEVERYTHING NEW AND UPTODATE Ho sells for CASH ONLY consequently you arc not taxed to cover losses on others ONE PRICE AND ALWAYS TilE LOWEST Itt OLD STAND MAM STREET GWiWCSiLLE KY 1I h r OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK S OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY i SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE- ANNOUNCEMENT j For Appellate Judge To the Republicans of the Seventh- S Appellate District of Kentucky i 1 tim a candidate for Judge of s f the Court of Appeals from this 1 Tjutrint subject to your action I Klrrtifin November 1900 S LPcL15Eu C OKKAK 1 THURSDAY MAY 31 1900 1 w Truth Wont Down W j One if tir good friendeand cor rrpiucl iiiB writes We think it high time now for utliu IrnWTif es Rcpublicnnitcsfeu t t nntl iiiliiton of the law to hiiph llitir whining as nil the State clInts anti lastly the Supreme Court 4 MIV you me wrong especially the VHriiiiv trim claim to bo Oem ocrulK If 3011 have Democracy in iitt OU lielire in majority rule ii w 16 judges out of IS in the cotitrft onee fny you are wrong e Now show your colors so we will know which one you are You arc wrong The Supreme Court oxiil Mm ply that it unit no jiinnlirtion that it was n mutter 4 for Stntf regulation only U S JudjiejTjift said the santo thing Tbate courts said not that XjOBbel and his fellows received the i lnnt votes in November but that vl VtindiT the law the General Assem 1 lily mid supreme power and could decide the defeated candidates J ilected md there was no legal power that could pay them nay None of the ciuirtR Fay the Goebclites were elected by the people There isnt II person thathas duly tJraUlilinrh td himself with the course in the past year that can doubt nn instant that the Goebel plainlyIat 4asany candidates ever were They 4 list rnniplete control of the election wiitrliiiirry in every precinct in the tStAtc Goebtl Blackburn and oth ers raid exultingly that if there was any stealing done in the elec lion the Bepublicans nnd theoppo fitinn to the Goobel side wouldnt do it There was an honest eke Stion held in Bath county because thejiead of the election board was t Vl Democrat who wouldnt cheatS nd steal for his party The e sure was brought to bear on him to t Liforce certain matters that would site his side the advantage at least in local matter but he would hot eland for it Very likely hon z st elections were also held in n number of other counties but many and especially the big and clrrupt counties like Jefferson and J Jventon Goebelite rascality of the jiiost perfect character was curried out and the Republicans weroruth robbed No doubt many tthousand votes wero stolen Irma the Repub1eansbefore tho olllcial I Jvotewas announced Urey Wood fun the closest newspaper man to i SGoebel sid the Republicans would hqrc to get more than 15000 plu frality to secure the State offices That could only mean that the Goebel tide had made arrangements 7 to steal at least that many votes In county after county large finmbirs of Republican votes were i thrown nut on any or no pretext p The most flagrant instances of such robbery occurred in Harrison Jef ferson and Christian counties A v similar steal was attempted in Nel aDemoeratiojudgetS2 Then when all the stealing in- life counting that could bo done for the Goebel side was dono the otGeial count showed that Taylor 1 still had 193714 votes while Goe bcl could muster up only 191331 4 The pressure was brought to bear j to have the State Election Board teal the election for the Goebela i 5te but two of the three members selused to do it and gave tho Re i publicans the certificates of elec 1 1 liqni Those two members however i found their honest action so hos liMy received by their party asso ciates that they resigned from the 1 Board and the remaining member who was iit for the steal chose two IPnioreGiebclites like himself who without doubt would declare can datesnf their party elected without regard to whether they were or not r The Gubernatorial contest before p I he Legislature was the veriest Icfarce The Goebelites prepared BO that it was a game of rz heads Goebel w band tails Taylor lost There wasnt hind there wasnt intended to be a single ele- ment4 of honesty or fairness in it on the Goebvl side The contest corn 1 bJlotfor the Republicans in the drawing ithanthere is for a cat inblwith i out claws One Republican got on the Gubernatorial committee but- gthat wasnt chance it would have t q a been too dead n giveaway to have kJ denied the Republicans one mew her No informed person on either cf4SIdehad any doubt that the con test would be decided for Goebel 4i not in justice nor on evidence of Republican frauds but simply front Goebelite partisan rascality that would steal the offices de 4 pied thcrsido by the peo pIe Tba killing of Goebelonly hwitened matters the contest com nuitteewithout decent formality 5sod without hearing argument de cisred Goebel and Becbam eltct A j 5f rhS r 1 1i1ir r r4 J5S t z A 1I J ed It Will us if i jury trying u case had refused to hear the argil ment nf the nttnrneys according to law and hud nut privately out side the court and decided the ease they hud under consideration It was the irregularity end unofliciiil manner IIf the decision us velIn the injustice anti illegality of many other niattcrpthat were in question before the courts Hut the Goe bellte majority of the Legislature fixed tip tho journal of tho two Giiebulite branches of that body to suit the occasion and tho courts said they couldnt question the le gality of the whole proceedings When the courts say there is no remedy for a palpable electoral theft like that which strikes at the very foundations of our State gov eminent a common sense view is that tho courts maybe are wrong and the Legislature is exercising power the people havent given it find a remedy lies in selecting State otllcers who will See ilk honest right thing done If your neigh bor claimed your home arid secured it by law without any right to it and clinched his title in nil the curt you would say till courts are cer tainly wrong and you would not ccusc what you are pleased to cull whining Tho Gobelites have no wore real right to the State ollkes voted for at the last November election tItan any of your neighbors has to your farm That is the truth and it will bo the truth as long as tho earth lasts And the seeming ly legal triumph of rascality and fraud will breed more crimo and general wrongdoing in tho State than has eer been produced from any other cause sinco this has been aStute Coy TATLOK has concluded not to be 1 candidate for Governor on the Republican ticket at tho next November election and line under consideration the offer of the man agership of an insurance company in Indiana It is conceded that he could have the gubernatorial nomination by acclamation if ho wished it John W Yerkes of Danville is regarded now as the probable Republican nominee for Governor lIe is one of tho very ablest Repub henna in the State and a leader who would put his party in the very strongest position in the campaign as well as uphold the best traditions of tho Governors office if he should be elected Mr Yorkcs is the U S Revenue Collector of tho 8th district and has long bees a leader in his party While n shrewd politician he is also a man of the calibre of a real statesman ITOE Beckhamitcs gotit In the neck in tho house of their friends Tho Democratic State Executive Committee met lastThursday to is rheIs one convention to choose delegates to the Kansas City national conven tion and nominate a gubernatorial candidate but they were defeated by a vote of 7 to G the Committee calling the delegate convention to meet in Louisville June 14th the county runes conventions to be held June 9th and the convention to nominate a candidate for Governor at Lexington JulyS 19th delegates to be chosen in cinct mass meetings July 14th snhlIrace tonal nomination and developing good deal of strength EastIern aro to pursuado Bryan to give the Kan sas City nomination to Admiral BryanIa statement s and figures showing why tbe Nebraskan will inevitably be defeat ed whereas Dewey can win and Bryan still be the commanding in flence in the party As well try to pursuade a professional beauty to have her face amputated in order to engraft it on some poor homely but deserving orphan girl Jo BLACKDUCK as chief magician of the political black art led in conjuring up all the devils that could be induced to leave the lower regions and engage in politics Now he thinks they aro making hlof a job of Kentucky politics tbntIto own domain Jos hindsight when the game is over will bo wQrth a thousand of his foresight back in them bully old Democratic dayst Tug Atlantic steamship lines are greatly disappointed at the falling off in the number of passengers booked for a trip to Europe this summer They blame it on the ex tortion practiced by the Parisian hotelkeepers during the Exposition People are calling a halt on the greed that would make simple pleasures outrageously extravagant NEELT was rearrested at New York on a charge of the wrongful conversion of 4030026 and in de fault of 50000 bail was placed in jail lids in for it gbod and strong A dispatch says he will also have to answer for appropriating to his own use and benefit 44000006 worth of Cuban stamps ordered destroyed Gov STEPHENS of Missouri charges the St Louis riotous street railway strike to the demagogy ofI a coterie of Democrats There is no doubt that the uptodato poli tician would turn hI loose onl earth to encompass his selfish ends Z i reZfl Mp J t u IlMCE McOlKMHMv it Co the big New York cotton brokers failed at trying to hull the cotton market The linns liabilities nru 13000 000 TIIEKE are rumors coming frumI lint atuu to the effect that the Cuban customs service is as rotten as the postal department Ghmou is expansion Tin Department of State nt Washington City warns the people that there are no great unclaimed tates and bank deposits in England and to beware of swindlers pretend ing that there are in order to get advances for pushing claims That iFtuteinKnliiml trick has been worked on credulous people for many years CORRESPONDENCE Naylors Branch In memory of Mrs Kitty Coyle Brothers anti sisters dear wcop not for grandmother Who huts KII lately llown From time sorrow ami trials of earth To rest upon Oods throne Tliink tint of thin precious form Just laid beneath tho soil For her soul now rests in Heaven For such is tho Kingdom of Jod Tis hard to think tis very true That you sheath never hear Thoso precious words Ihat vera tj you so dear Make her tho guiding star That God to you has given To grille you in the narrow That will lead you to Leaven SAKAII C LATH it A v Tmesvilie Owen Co Ky How rds Mill Volney Henry is taking n rest in Platte county Mo John McQuithey took a weeks vacation in tho eastern part of Ky MM Walter Peak of Chattanoo ga Tenn will arrive hero Juno 1st to spend n few weeks with her mother Mrs Henry Pat Henry Will Triplett and Talmago Clark nil want a sweet heart apiece Will tome ono kind ly direct threw on the right road Miss Martha Dennis of Mt Ster ling was with us from Saturday until Monday Come again Miss Martha we arc always glad to set yon IThe Morehead correspondent some time ago offered a reward of 30 cents for time Howards Mill writer Perhaps ho will see this and send the the money as I need all that 1 can get Besides I am worth every cent of the money Salt Lick Odom Durham of Morehead is clerking in Fells store- Winfred Scott Is rusticating week at Clifton Forge W Vn Rev R B Nealof Grayson preached at the Christian Church Sunday Jas A Barnes and Mrs Dora Cook of Owingsville were intown Monday Miss Clcmtnic Stinson closed her school Friday and returned to her home in Mt Sterling Dr II S Pierce has sold his house and lot to John Green who ILoccupy It at once Dr I B Robbins of Yale has moved into the property he recently purchased of Win Sliouse Miss Mary CelFee who has beet attending school at Midway visited her mother Mrs Sarah Coffee from Friday till Monday The Ladies Aid Society gavo an icecream and strawberry supper t the Christian Church Saturday night They realized about 25 CraiKS Your scribo is not very wen ant items willbe short this week Richard Mnnley bought two cows from Fletch Crouch for 35 each Wo had a sprinkle of rain lust night for winch we are very thankful Doe Rudder bought a cow from Fletcher Crouch of Prickly Ash for 35 IMrlil Maria Stamper was the guest of Mm Martin Jones of Slate Valley Sunday eve Joseph La th ram wife and children of Slate Valley were guests of Dec Rudder and wife Sunday Mrs John W Coylc and children of Prickly Ash wero guests of her parents Ira Nester and wife Sat urday Mr and Mrs Richard Ferguson and little granddaughter Miss Alice went to Owingsvillo shopping Saturday Miss Era Warren and little brother of Licking Valley were guests of Mrs George Garner Sat urday and Sunday Mrs George Garner and Miss Eulix Parker visited on Licking river Saturday the guests of Mr and Mrs George Pinker Miss Alma Toy and little brother John A Ramsey visited their sister Mrs James Snedc art on Roes Run Saturday and Sunday Great preparations were made for the hut show at Whito Oak Sunday It would have been jus tico on the occasion if no minister tho Gospel had been present un less it should have been to rebuke them for pride is the greatest ene my the church lute to contend with at tbieprcEent time 1 P4j1 oi1 q ri i It7jII j1Yi 2f 4 J1Itr J YT=Forgo Hill Mrn Charles Jones is no better Mrs J L Tjwho has been very ill is better Several from this place attcrded church nt White Oak Sunday Mrs E B Fciuvyck of Amoret MisS will arrive this week to visit relatives lucre J A Williams wifo and daugh ter Ada visited Will Atchison and family nt Salt Lick Sunday Mrs Melissa Anderson returned last week after a pleasant visit of several weeks to her daughter at Indianapolis Ind Mr anti Mrs W P Rnurlmgs and little son Raymond Mrs John Wright and daughter Alma visited the family of W W Williams Sun Lucy Grange Cltv Several from hero attended church at White Oak Sunday Wyoiuihignight Elder Holt Frank of Lexington Illicit his appointment here Sundnj morning arid night Palmer Hurst and DrTrn O Phillips wero in O 7ingsv 5e Sat urday on business The eclipse of time sun was notic cable lucre but it was to cloudy one could not see it good John M Stout nnd Miss Lizzie Mnore of Owingsville were callers at Newton Johnsons Sunday after noon The new Christian Church at this place will bo dedicated on the 4th Sunday in Juno Preaching morning afternoon and evening J L Markwell and Geo Phelps will soon have completed near the mill H machine shop to be under tho control of Mr Phelps who is an expert machinist Midland City Charley Day of More head was in time city on business Monday Mrs Loucdn Myers attended the icecream supper at Salt Lick Sat urday night lrsWilL Day rind daughter May have been seriously sick the past week but are some Iwllcri John Dawfon and son Dftde of Wyoming visited the fjWtnpre motherinlaw Mrs Sally tho lIp- s n Sunday Ycnc Hawkins and wifcnf Odes sa visited Garrett Hawkins nnl family the firstof time wsik John Myers arid family visited Joseph Liipruo mind family near Haglunds Sunday XThe 22 acre pond near lucre hat been draInedscud is in cultivation greatly to the benefit of the health thu neighborhood Wo will have tl own our igno ranee in regard to the Judy writer or even the location of the town but we suppose it is one of tho su burbs of South Side and the writer is ono and the same hut no mutter so wo get the news OLLIE Morehead GraS and crops look well since the ruin Prof Cord of the Hazel Green schoolwas here last week Morehead will appropriately cel ebrate the Glorious Fourth Jonathan Osbornc is erecting threestory frame hotel building Circuit Court begins June 4th Many important cases are on the docketMany from hero havo attended the revival at Farmers all report a good meeting Miss Lizzie Green of Salt Lick was tho pleasant guest of friends her lust week Severn of our citizens are attending tho Confederate Reunion in Louisville this weekiFour census enumerators have been appointed for this county They begin their work the first of JuneThe earth and sky hereabouts are full of railroad talk We want tho railroad bad enough but talk wont build it The lumber men at Farmers are said to bo smiling again the recent broughtdown When those oil nnd gas people got through prospecting in Bath and Menifee they can just step over into Rowan and find the real thing in abundance Sharpsburg Some tobacco sot here last week with setters Chas Henry of Mt Sterling t was hero Tuesday tA G Spratt was n visitor Carlisle on Sunday i James GMcOue of Mt StcrlingV was horo Saturday John MoAlistor of Bethel was here Tuesday on business James Rails was n visitor in Montgomery Co Saturday John Fields and son Joe of near Carlisle were here Tuesday Mrs Dr Hord and family wero visitors in Mt Sterling +ups day 1 J2 CllIi = v Jt y T T YLxl i lhufljlaJfurA light shower of ruin Sunday night but not enough to do any go dIDr J Morgan Poland and wife of the Junction were visitors hero Tuesday Judge Wallace Gudgell of Ow ingsvillo made a short visit lucre SaturdayMiss Thomas of Judy vis ited relatives near town Thursday and Friday James E Rice who has been rusticating at Swungo Springs returned Friday Jacob Henry and wife of Mt Sterling spent Sunday with his sister Mrs A G Sprutt Miss Anna Jefferson Sharp after a short visit home returned to eeholJlllondayat Richmond Ky Uncle Milt Campbell returned lust week from Hot Springs Ark where he had been for several weeks Crooks Elzy Bailey is on tho sick list Eli Craycruft caught a fish last week that weighted 12 Ibs The cutworms are working on young corn pretty severely Wonder why Jrio Stull goes to town so much here of lute Miss Lillie Carpenter returned homo Sunday from Salt Well Fritz Carmichael was in Mt Sterling Saturday on business Tilford Craycraft bought some corn from Jno F Johnson Jrlnt3 per bbl B F Holder sold Harry Bittin ger of Sicpstono 100 wire fence posts for 10 Jas Craycraft wife and daughter Miss Calla of Nicholas Co are visiting in this section Elder T S Tinsley will preach at Sugar Grove school house Saturday Juno 9lh at 7 30 p ra Mrs Maggie Warren of Knob Lick is visiting her parent Mr and Mrs Riley Bailey this week Two Mormon elders preached nt Kendall Spring the latter part of Inst week anti the first of this week A sensible young lady said the lither day that Slid could not see why younjf men could not go any place nut even to chur h without a hot tit of whisky in their pocket She also saul that she would rather lead the miserable life ofan old fiiuid titan be bound to Mich n per son The greater prt of mankind theirlifeUppor Prickly Ash W S Carr of Judy was in this neighborhood Sunday Harrison Swetnam seems to he a little better at this writing E S Hamilton and JW Kendall visited relatives in Nicholas Co lust week Joseph Allen who has been at Ashland for several weeks returnee home last Friday Dr G W Conner and wife of Owingsville wero guests at John F Conners Sunday Jas A Barnes and wife of Ow ingsville were guests of E S Park 1ond wifo Sunday Oscar Chandler and wife of Ow iugsville visited Riley Chandler and family Sunday Elder R T D Zimmerman has been on the sick list the past weok but is some better now James Harper and wife of Cat lettsburg visited relatives in this neighborhood first of the week W B Power wifo nnd Mrs Pearce Goodpaster of Owingsville visited Mrs Jonnio Hamilton Sun day Tuesdaymorning ied Wednesday at the Cartmil burying ground Mr and Mrs Thoe P Ilonnkcr and little daughters May and Irene were guests of their uncle C W Honaker and wife in Owingsville Sunday Thomas Peters wifeAlbert Wil son and wife of near Bethel Mrs Thpmas Barnes of Peeled Oak Leslie McCormick and wife of Mt Sterling were visitors at Mrs Nancy Shrouts Sunday Misses Emma and Spencer and Miss Minnie North Messrs Henry Crouch and Ellis North of Suit Lick wero guests of Nathaniel Markland and wife Saturday night and took in tho hat show at White Oak SundayhOn last Wednesday morning Mrs B F Shrout was cleaning out her turkey house and burning somo straw when tho sparks blow und handsome residence ornmoment it looked liko the house was suro to burnas there wero no men folks close and no water handy but the presence of mind of their tenyearold son Russell in ringing the dinnerbell soon brought help and tho fire was soon extinguished Mr and Mrs Ben F Shrout wish to express their many thanks to the neighbors who helped them in saving their house- j4- J Mj l 4 24t aP7 jf I y Bothel Mrs Powers of Mordieiulis vis- Iting her son Lewis Hardin S T Howard of near Sharps burg spent Tuesday with David S Trumbo Mary Lancaster Nannie Will lams Will Lancaster and others at tended church at Whito Oak lust Sunday Mites Florence Arrasmith and her dnYRinRoe Freeland Mrs Raney nnd son of near Mt Sterling are spending a few days with her sister Mrs Jim Roberts and other relatives Mrs D S Trumbo and Miss Maggie Cannon visited nt John B Donaldsons Saturday nnd Sunday and attended church at White Oak Sunday Miss Margaret Arrasmith left Thursday to attend the commence ment exercises at Villmoro whore attendingAsbur Mrs W B Scott and daughter Mrs Tom Robertson and two chil then Scott and Ruth have just re theyhadter Mrs Dodsworth They also made a visit to Newport to see her niece Miss Violet Bennett South Side From present indications then will be an immense crop of berries buggyridingSundny utah was well represented Bcckham has been declared ernor but there is a mark of frauti across his forehead Let him have it it will only cause Kentucky to- go 100000 Republican this full After the long and disagreeable winter mixed with cold snow sleet rain and mud the people are en joying a few days of pleasant go nial weather The farmers have taken off their coats and flannel and getting right down to business The calflet flaps its tail in glee Tho bees begin to hum rime hobo from the South conntrco Drifts northward on the bum graceThoAnd smiHngfuce stayTnvoe- They smell of suds and 3plio John Yhrbrough and Bra Wright killed a bi rattlcsnakcof the woods species a few days ago on RatclifT It was a vicious worms 4 feet tong as large around as a handspike am mado music with a bunch of 20 rattles Were we to find one of these on a section of land it could have peacable possession so far as we are concerned A girl over in a neighboring vII lage took hot hand out of the dried them dressed herself anti went with her sweetheart to the nearest justice of the pence where she was married Then she went back home and finished her wash ing A pretty little romance cOuld I be written about this entitled Soap suds and sentiment or From tho Tub to the Altar We hunted up our old zulu and dogNicoto Murder Creek in search of fish and game to supply the hungry want of tho editor for once antic ipating a pleasant time and an abundance of spoils We killed a snake and an owl and an old moth er rabbit caught a crawfish and got our hook fastened and fell in the creek We are now waiting for some one to pass so wo can send the specimens of our adventure to the editor for which I know he will feel truly grateful A friend of ours handed us a clipping from tho White Sulphur cor in another paper which appeared about March 1st and read as fol 10Tstolf tho Judy cor of THE OUTLOOK had some one to give him the same dose Goebel got it would learn him and his Republican papers a little lesson Now while I differ with Mr Goebel and this rcnagnde White Sulphur cor in their political opinions I would hardly stoop so low as to uphold and ensourago tho murder of a man simply because ho differed with moon political opinions Stop think a moment Imagine a gentleman at this day and ago of the world in nn enlightened country antIb land of Bibles who should be called before tho tribunal of God with the blood of his fellow man upon his prejudiced hands with none other plea to offer than that he differed with him in opinion One would think that we had drifted back several hundred years into heathenj ism Now we would say to heartless piece of humanity that we ave no such base desires toward im nor any one else But on the other hand wo would advise himIns no doubt his mother often to practice honesty in all things prop1febimselfrestitution of all things when ev cry deed shall meet a just recompense of reward And the application of that golden rule Do unto others as you would have others do unto you would be a good motto for you SCULEYP The Outlook and DailyuEvening Post 385 5 1 oi 7r 5c J s i rCo irt = IEI L A1T1 ii lARE DEALERS IN Handmade U Machines t REFRIGERATORS ICECREAM FREEZERS J I I CHINA SILVERWAREI AGENTS FOR AMERICAN FIELD FENCE I U 1 Odessa Born to James Hardin and wife a boyJones Warren IimpR Purvis and family moved last week to SuIt Lick Dr A W Junes bought a dry cow from Simps Purvis last week for 30 and sold her tho next day to W D Darnell lor 10 S B Hawkins and wife visited the first of lust week and S O Hawkins and family the last of the week their parents Garrelt Haw kins and wife of Salt Lick The crowd at White Oak Sun day as usual was very large The number that passed hero only was 2 footmen 8 on wheels 77 on horseback 5 carts nnd 55 buggies Elder Joseph R Jones of Lex inton Bible College is spending this week with friends here Jo is Sunduyiwhich is very cmbarassing to n young minister upon that particti han day as the crowd is always a very large one lie was also complimented highly on conducting his services with such little em barassment OLD KATE is DEADTho well known saddle and work mule Old Kate died of old ago last Saturday and was buried the same day on the premises where she had roamed anti labored for over ior a ceo tury While being very valuable anti at one time 175 WitS refused for her she never sold for n dollar in her long life except at the sale of the personally of Elliott Dar nell who raised her from a colt She was purchased at one bid by his widow who did not wish to see her leave the place and turned her over as n present to J u the old est one of the family who says he remembers distinctly that she was fouled 37 years ago last spring J B Darnell and Jan Riddle were the pallbearers Stepstone Wm Myers wife i on the sick listJ B Cassity of Ewmgton was here visiting relatives and friends time past week Mrs John Uydcn left for a short visit with relatives and friends at Farmers Saturday Chas Sexton of Pea StlckLI visiting lime brother lure U B Sexton and family Miss Jennie Raglind of Lexing ton was the guest of Wm Shrout of Salt Well from Friday until Sunday We had a thunder shower Sun day night which did sumo good but rain is a thing that we need and lots of it C S Williams and Miss Rosa Karrick and Leo Maxoy with bis sister Miss Eliza went from here to meetingat White Oak Sunday V H Montjoy and brother H T wero callers at their uncle C B Reids Sunday They returned home to Ewington same evening Mrs brie Gatewood of Mt Sterling returned home after a few Weeks visit here amongst her children and other relatives She looks as young as ever Rev Parker preached at Sugar Grove Sunday morning and after noon to a good crowd and he with Messrs Shrout and Myers took dinner with Jno Karrick Sr nnd wife George Overley moved into S J Rameys house here across the traek from the depot He is working for Jas R Shrout as a farm hand His sister is keeping house for him Waller Barnes of Bourbon Co was here Sunday visitinghi9 uncle and brother He came on his wheel but bursted a tiro and had to go home on the train via Winchester Monday John Campbell of Kenova W Vn was here u few days last week visiting his brother J M Camp bell Ho had his wife with him Ho is working as boss of the extra track force now on the N and W Luther Ringo and wife of Men fee COt were here visiting their daughter Mrs CA Ragan Mr Jingo left for homo next morning on account of pushing business but Mrs Ringo spent several days here Mrs H C Mend spent Thursday in Owingsville and also went back there to church Sunday When she returned Thursday she brought her niece Dr Trihous baby Miss Alice back with her for a few days stayrThe very finest The ne plus ultra he cromede la cremo Thats HAR ER Whiskey In three languages old by J W Lano OWingsvillo Ky nd Lane Hazelrlgg Olympian uSprings Ky J Saddles I iI11Wagots YearsGOOD Knob Lick 1 DryandverydryThere shower here Thursday The young grass is badly huit by the drouth i 4ingThe ore company sent out sever nl cars of ore last week andlookingSid Warren bought a horse in 1 BudColhiverA large crowd attended church at Polksville Sunday Rev Moore preached herelastconsiderable lumber Henry Ewing and Capt Pitman will go to Louisville Wednesday to the Confederate reunion Henry Purvis mill came near being wrecked Saturday a piec of steel got in the buhrs Mrs J M Colliver got kicked in seriouslyhurtence There was quite n crowd of visitors at Sundayschool Sunday among them Charley Fowler and wife of Olympia fcnd John Jack son recently returned from Frank fort where he had been there for some time ns a State guard It is done the will of the pep pie which should be cupreme IB ignored anti States Rights are about established by the decision of the Supreme Court or in other words if the Legislature in Its high prerogative deems wise or fur nyrelison thinks That n mans afeoat is not cut in the lateststy tifor t4c ffhequietly march up to the guillotine 2 JJand submit because it is law and 0 was parsed by a Legislature to perpetuate power A cowardly lawj quoting theUourierJournal a law thnt is iniquitous and will breed revolution quoting the same au thority and still further quoting 4 ljjDemituraticwing of the party it cannot happen ngpeos lucky and mill parties There is but one hope for the people and that is the rule of the people That is Populism and while we as a people abhor fusion I believe that our party should not nominate a can didate for Governor but all should unite in a common causeto free this State of bossism and oneman rule J M COIXIVEB Chairman Populist Party CONTINUED OX FIRST PAGE FUNNY OeM PAUL Many years ago when President Kruger was YI in England he was approached concerning some concession rail way or otherwise by a business man in London The negotiations lasted for some time One evening tho Londoner who was staying at manyhourscompanion went to bed much ex baueted and feeling he bad not got quite all he wanted Next morning he arose at 9 oclock and went along the corridor to Mr Krugers bedroom To his aston 5 ishment it was empty and all the luggage was gone Oh sir said the chambermaid Mr Kruger and his friend left at six this morning Then with a giggle of amused reminiscencethegirladdedTheyW5S r yourdoordancin right outside your door sir 70 and his friend They didnt know as anyone saw them sir but Bossio and I see them unbeknown from the top of the stairs Then faUIY1splittin JAMES ROSS AGENT FOR Horne Steam LaUndry MT STERLING KY SATISFACTION GUARANTEED YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED Office In OUTLOOK OFFICE PJ1LACE BARBER SHOP C GOwingsville I have moved to the one door from O C Harris meatstore you will always find sharp zors and clean towels I solicit your patronage 42 mID4dealrIDlf1ry nI eI1se tdbk1 wflt no5rAmcx BEVOD AltIJaOftlJNif 2