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I I = iJ rGtr o oo It 4 SE ji 0 2ii1sfli 41 t Je i ff 1f rila K t be gkPinQ1iLI Iilutlook 7 VOL XXI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 71900 NO 46I 5r When you have n news Item or wish to communi cato with Tin OVTIoOKI office by phono up 57 Fine watch repairing at 0 C Harris The maddog scare is quite acute In town and vic- inityjir and wood beam D S plows Kt cr a Cos 175 each I See ad vt Kentucky Campaign book Wilfgivea review next week Go to 0 C Harris for fine watch and Jewelry repairing All work guaranteed The U S Census enumerators l began numbering the population Friday For a etylUh turnout of any des cription go to PATTKKSOJT CATLETT A shower Friday morningwas helpful to the newly set tobacco plants The celebrated SCHWAB blue grain cradle for sale by Hud Brother Hon A W Hnscom found one of his fine red Shorthorn pedigreed tr cows dead Tuesday morning E C PEaR Dentut located over J M Richarts store Office hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 pm White Sulphur items nearly a month old reached us Monday They are too belated for publica tion The Carlisle Mercury last week got out a handsome illustrated edi tion in honor of Nicholas countys centennial Full stock of Hoes Scythes Snathes Seed Strippers etc at Brother Coe The Owingsville Dancing Club will give a hop on Thursday evening June 21 Saxtons band will furni h the music LriiTe your order with Brother q 6 lin for Screen Doors and Win dn t The Owingsville colored base ball club defeated the Sit Sterling colored club the first of the week by a Wore of 30 to 2 Tf OU hive never had one orthe- tIIiOn J S Browns colts consult lfcMi e t lut have for tizc styler 1 P ac ttx Ha GAVvCttxsnii DiKxAppellHta Judge Win II Holt sttid to hare been horn in Bath county has been appointed s U S District Judge of Porto Hico Get prices on the Champion Mowers and Malta Double Shovel c riowe und Cultivators at Eugene rUinihans 41tf 7 5ibt Foley of color left Tucs visit some of the State r of the Union Benevolent p tSOCiety of which he is State Grand Growers if you want to uwof a process guaranteed to t keep your tobacco free of worms write for free information to Hillis Bro8McFall Mo Decoration day was more gener any observed at the Owingsville Cemetery than cVfr before though the decorating was all done pri vately Many people out of town ame to beautify with dowers the graves of loved ones FOB BEKT 250 acres of wood land and old fields for pasture tasting water and good fence around it Apply to 1 ROSE RUN IROX Co- W GOOD LIVING If one can not satisfy his appetite now with the seasonable viands of broiled spring chicken new peas beets onion raddishes and crisp lettuce salad with strawberries and cherry cob capricioustThe noted stallion J S Brown will make the season of 1900 at the use barn on upper Prickly Ash The get of this horse bring the biggest prices You will make no wistake if you breed to this cele bratedstallion DB G W COKKEB COKCEBT The lady members Episcopalchurches Courthouscon the evenings of June 14th and 15th Different programs s3cirev8ning Tickets for both evenings 50 one evening 35 cents Children under twelve years 15c e COOL SPBIKO The June sweat peraturytf This has been a remarkably coo- spring Excepting a few days it May there has been no time when winter woolens were not necessary j for entire comfort in the opon air rllfone was not taking active exer THIS Is TUE LAWA new postal rule went into effect which BOYS tbat persons who through carelesse ness or any other sail from the office that belongs to another and who fail to return the same are liable to a fine of 500 o r IRe years imprisonment This up plies to newspapers taken from the office as well as other mail matterd Moreover it is extremely uncourt eons to treat mail with indifferencE that is handed you by mistake Ye u should return it promptly Ex f 1 l i t2 c i1 BAR GAINSIN CARPETS MATTINGS RUGS Br LACE CURTAINS BIG LOT THIN DRESS GOODS AT VERY LOW PRICES DONT FAIL TO SEE THEM GOODPASTER COONS COMPANY FOR BrNTGood blue grass nnd timothy pasture with plenty lasting water Calves and yearlings 80 eta per month cattle 150 per month horses and mules 175 Apply to foreman at the mines ROSE RtN litoN Co Morgan Goodpnster loaned a neighbor his sprinkler to paris green some potatoes The sprink ler was returned without cleaning and it was filled with water antia g plot of grass in the yard was sprinkled with it Two fine calves t belonging to Mr Goodpuster ate the grass and both died TOIIACCO PLrioTIIo weather continued highly favorable last week for transplanting tobacco befing showery and not too warm Several farmers got out their whole cropand most of them transplantg ed a good portion out have plants large enough and tailed to set any There is considerableb complaint of cut worms some localitieseARRESTED ListThursdny Squiroi F M Beagle and H 0 J rested at Olympia brought to town and lodged in jail Charley Smith under indictment in the Circuit Court on the charge of killing John Gray at Olympia Nov 6th ISDn Smith was arrested shortly after the killing but was released nt his s examining trial Recently the State offered reward of 200 for his u nrrestl He hudbcen living in Vir ginia Wcy is it that one or tue get oT IJforby other stallions sold for less than 100 Simply because tho get of J S Brown have the size style nnd shape Du G W COKKEIC EvEsionx RESTORED Lee D Brother had been troubled with l weak eyes for the past sixteen years and spent a good deal of money having his eyes treated being com pelled to wear glasses Last Thurs day morning his eyesight became strong nil at once and he has dis carded his glasses having no long er need for them His mother Mrs Emily Brother was affected the same way and recovered her sight just as Lee hitsIFOR KEUOE The Goebel Demtocrats met here Monday instructed their delegates to vote fortJ N Keboe of Mason county the Congressional nomination at hTheyconvention at the Courthouse nexttSaturday to select delegates to State convention at Louisville which convention will select dele gates to the nationalconvention atr Kansas City July 4thrrTRUE SNAKE STORY Last week Uncle James Horseman of Wash ington Branch while walking around in his yard noticed a tur hen on the ground with rrthspread out He thought she was dead but on stepping up to her she made a struggle and he then saw a cow snake coiled around the turkeys neck choking the life out of her He got a hoe and kill ed the snake which was about four feet long The turkey finally came to herself The turkey had a brood likelybadwhen it tried to capture some of Iher young ones with what would been disastrous results if Mr Horseman hadnt come just in the nick of time ITHE LODISVILLE REUNION Tho Confederate veterans and other visitors to the 10th reunion of tho veteran soldiers of the Confederate army at Louisville May 30th to June 3d speak in the highest terms of their treatment there and com pare the various proceedings to a threering circus in that they couldnt take note of the numerous interesting mutters that were going on at the same time The attend ance was the largest of any reunion yet and the addresses and proceed ings at the reunion hall were highly entertaining but the almost con tinuous downpour of rain caused all the outdoor events such as the sham Battle of Perryville the barbecue and the parade of 10000 veterans to bo abandoned to the vast regret of everybody Louis ville unquestionably did the ex tremely handsome thing by tin veterans and if fair weather had prevailed the occasion would havi- been the grandest the survivors of the Lost Cause ever knew Ji4k J 2 Cijf 411 4 iiii i J 1Ifto L r zb r I 1 LOUISVILLE TOIIACCO MAKKET By George II Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CoJuno 2d 1000 This weeks market is the best that wo have hud for some time The order of tobacco is im proved and there 1ms been more competition on that account Leaf and lugs show an advance of 125 over prices obtained on the same tobaccos during the past six weeks We believe this advance will hold oodas the new manufacturers rodryfngheirpetitors on the redried tobacco which they need and can use A GOOD BUSINESS AND GROWING Mr B W Andrews watchmaker nd engraver who has charge of O C Harris new jewelry store is with fine success The ood people of Bath county desire and appreciate having a firstclass store conducted by a relia le mechanic such as Mr Andrews it is duty and right thut we encourage this longneeded indus ry Buy your jewelry of him if its only a collarbutton nnd place your watch clock and jewelry in his care for repairs and you willI help to keep and sustain this im portant branch of business that Owingsville needs You can notI find a better or more uptodate tock of jewelry titan that displayed at this store and should you wish special order of any kind Mrh Andrews will promptly attend your wants You can be assured that his r rice will always l he rea sonable and in kerpinij with the you buy Remember kelp our money at home anti you will likc1 in the future come into pos session of it again- Respectfully submitted A CITIZEN CASUALLY lhrJAcKlIello kkeyDICKIlello Juck JACK These be parlus politi cal times Dickey DICK Indeed they are Jack its really dangerous to be safe nowJACKStill theres a heapof funny things developing DIcKFor instance Jo Blackburn and others of that ilk who are ow talking an opendoor policyI o let the true Democrats he party to vote them into oilice ut would see us in the middle ettle before they would vote for us for dog pelter JACK Well as for me theyll ave to buy a nigger to kill my ote as they said theyd do for all he antiGoebel Democrats last yenrDICKSame here They remind of my departed old friend Col Sanford of Morehead You remember him- JAcKD nt I Shakespeare nor Dickens never created a more interesting comic character What vitriolic with A very Thersitei wantonly shooting his shafts DcxCol Thornt ns you are aware used to get on a periodical tear On those occasions ho de lighted in having some goodna tured sort of a parasite to go around with him and serve as a butt for his humor He would say to the fellow I need you Keep with me I will pay for all the liquor you can drink and you can listen at me talk and laugh at my jokes but consarn your ornary picter I want you to understand right at the start that you are not my equal Thats the way Blackburn and his fellows begin to look at us independent Democrats They despise us but they need us We are welcome to whoop and hur rah for them and the party but they let us know plainly wo are not their equals and must not presume on our association with thom to have a voice in how matters shall be run and especially to compute on an equality with for the immediate rewards of office JACKIn the first place un loyalty to oldfashioned Democrat ic principles will not permit me to follow the lead of those responsible for this newfangled spurious Democracy In the next place my pride and selfrespect prohibit me from tendering my allegiance to any party where I am not accepted as the equal and peer of my party associates DICK Thats me exactly Ill choose the least evil in politics until there is no longer choice then Ill winter my vote Well so long 3JACKSO long Dick We do best Job Work titl JI CIU IiI 1tI it1fr f i 4 4 STUANOE U S MEDAL John Davis of near Wyoming brought to town Saturday a queer coin token or medal that he plowed up near some Indian graves on fhe ridgo back of the house on the Milton P Collins farm on Licking river It is thinner than coins of Its size usually are is perhaps of a slightly larger diameter than the old large U Scopper cents stampingsthere is no denomination of value the Liberty head eagle with olive branch and arrows and the legend United States of America is of copper or copper alloy but goldplated the plating being worn through on the edges and the other more exposed parts The date is 1797 It could hardly have boon intended for a coin and must have been struck as a medal for some purpose possibly for presentation- to the Indians PERSONAL Perry Goodpaater went to Car- lisle Monday night J D Coons made a business trip Lexington Thursday Reuben Gudgell went to Cincinnati Saturday on business lisp Emily Brother went to Mt bi i g Tuesday to visit friends Set Joodpnster has returned home I in is school near Lauis ville Letmimhinsaccolted a po LHwilrat i ii Ellis Byron went to Lexington Thursday to spend some dnys with friendsMr Mrs Robert RatlilF of Mt Sterling were here Wednesday of last week Mrs Ida Elliott nnd children spent Wednesday of last week nt tjhurpsburg Miss Lyda lipton of Wyoming came up Sunday to spend the week with relatives Mrs Melissa Gault went Friday o Olympia to visit her daughter Mrs James K Jackson Mrs Sarah Jackson is visiting sons Jessie and James on Spencer Montgomery Co Mrs Jacob Warner has rallied some from her illness and was bet ter Tuesdayafternoon Harry Miller returned home to Mt Sterling Sundayafter spending a week with friends here Ira Hurt of Holden Mo JjSbroutMiss Elizabeth Boyd Scott of Sherburne came last week to visit her aunt Mrs B M Goodpastcr Miller Hoffman and Miss Mary Hunter Johnson of Mt Sterling were in town Sunday with friends Miss Clay Hensiey of near Win chester will arrive Friday for a twoweeks visit to Mrs Alex Con norMr and Mrs A J Gatewood of Louisville came last week to visit F M Ewing and Mrs Elva Cat lettMrs Bettio Portman and son George of Piano Texas are visit ing tho family of lion A W Bas com Mrs W R Scott of North Middletown came Monday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs C C Hazel riggMrs Vm E Richards and son James M of Georgetown came Monday on a visit to Mr and Mrs J M Richart Mrs Mary E Swetnam and son Elmer of near Reynoldsville pass ed through town Monday on their way to visit relatives at West Lib erty rMr and Mrs John W Wilson of near Mt Sterling visited the fam fly of the latters father W L Stout near town Saturday and SundayA Laur a merchant and Pros ident of the Big Sandy National Bank of Louisa was here Thursday to buy a pedigreed bull of lIon A W Bascom but failed to see Mr B who was in Louisville Time tollowing left hero Monday morning to attend the Republican Appellate convention at Louisa C G McAlister H C Gudgell E Stanton Hamilton J Edgar Mann and lIon James A Barnes qi 1 r Miss Pearl Campbell returned hunic to Carlisle Friday after a threeweeks visit to her sister Mrs C P Mann Miss Jennie Elliott returned last week from a business trip to Soldier Carter Co She gave a Lexington party a COdny option at if Itf per aero for 240 acres of land but cant say yet whether it will be a sale Elmer Swetnam of near Rey noldsville who had been attending the SaturjdayFleming Co this fall returning to Louisville in the winter to resume studiesMrs Lyons daughter Miss Willie and son Conner of Sur goinsville Tcnn came last Thurs day to visit her father Capt Ceo M Ewing of Peeled Oak and uncle Col Henry H Ewing cast of town She will probaly spend somo weeks in the county John S Hughes southwest of town has been in delicate health for over a year and is now suffering from an attack of tho grip It is hoped by his many friends that he may he spared many years yet for a nicer more honorable gentleman than he can not be found Mrs C R Hrooks daughter Miss Amy and sons Santford and Frank Allen who hull been visiting her mother Mr Belle Allen went Mon day to visit Mrs W C Nesbitt in M w Sii riseV will rciiru here again before they leave for their home at Outline Oklahoma Mr ami Mrs W P Conner Jr left Friday for Tecumseh Ala where they were called by the ill nets of Mr Conners mother Mrs Mary Conner who is there visiting her daughter Mrs S J Fearing A letter received from them Monday states that Mrs Conner had recovered suUlcicnlly to go out drivingMiss Mattie Whentley who hud been employed at the Telephone Exchange for several months re turned to her home on White Oak Saturday By her modest lady like bearing and accommodating kindness at tho Exchange she won the esteem and good will of time people here and it is hoped by her many friends thrt she may come back here to reside again- CORRESPONDENCE CONTINUED FROM FOURTH IAGE Knob Lick Born to the wife of George Wjtherow a girl Bro Crouch will preach here next Sunday at 10 a in The longlookedfor rain came at last for which we should all be truly thankful Our Sundayschool was well at tonded both by scholars and visitors Come one come all Tom McGlothin found his cow on Mud Lick She hud been gone for some time It pays to adver tiRe Jas A Anderson has his barn and boardinghouse completed and has moved in Jas Miller is head cook Cabe Snedegar and Bud War ron assistants Jas Gray or Garfield is charg ed with breaking into a postotfico in Rowan Cogetting somo stamps and money Jim has boen bidding for a position for some time Bob Colliver lost some 25s worth of meat and Bud Colliver some 6 or 7 bbls of corn by the burning of the building where it was The origin of the fire Is n mystery The farmers have had a chance to sow their millet since the rainI The suggestion of TOE OUTLOOK to sow land that was intended for tobacco is timely and should bo heeded by the farmers Our old friend John B Lane of Olympia was at our place Sunday and gave us a Scriptural talk which was very well gotten up time subject Who is Christ He will be here the 1st Sunday in July Capt Pitman returned from Louisville Friday Owing to tho continuous rain there the old soldiers did not have as good tame as they otherwise would Captain is sadly cast down from hearing of time death of his brother Col Pitman who lied in Texas May 15th 7 ji jY7 Jj f Main Street- Ovingsvillc I cocicerningIWest Liberty by WilY of Morehead If shortness of line and lightness of construction count by the way of Salt Lick would be time most desirable route as there the con nection is made with the Licking Valley R R The profile of the old Pound Gap road showed quite an easy road to construct from Hillsboro to Salt Lick Salt Lick stands a good show for it if she will hustkEdhat trust today The Political trust Who form that trust The two old political parties What is the object To hold power Why do they wish to hold power To rob the plain common people and enact laws to make the rich richer and the poor poorer Why so Because facts prove it In what way By le galizing financial trusts In what other way By licensing trusts to control the production of labor Who favors licensing trusts Mr Bryan the crown wearer the cross bearer nnd freesilver apostle of the Democratic party What does Mr Bryan propose now to get into office Talks imperialism Who recommended to Congress the tak ing possession of those islands Mr Bryan who advocates shelvingttime freesilver issue for six years the saute Mr Bryan Who put that notion into Mr Bry ans headif it was right in 180G the slime conditions exist todnyI Tammany ihe great wheel that sis nil the itsser xvtieelu revolving1 There is a moral I wish the people to study There are shrewd leaders in tho old political partios and I nice men in the ranks ScrapssZEALOUS MUSICIANS Finnegan How did thot Gairman band conic t play all thim bum notes in th Weami av th Grans in tb Patrick day prade Flannigan Caseys daughter dicorated th music an med shamrocks out iv ivery note an thIDutchmin thried t play th sham f rocks Baltimore Americang Tile WilY OF IrAn unknown editor after looking over the situation has concluded that somo go to church to weep others go thereto sleep some go to tell their woe others to show their clothes some to hear the preaching others the choir screeching boys to reconnoi tre girls because they orter many for reflection few for the collec tionEx Bin TnREENow boys said the Sundayschool teacher can any of you name the three greatv feasts of the Jews can replied one little fellow Very wellJohnny what are theycBreakfast dinner and suppert was tho unconsciously Ex NEW APPLICATION W i lie Jones said Mr Grimface the schoolmaster sternly I am very much afraid from your behavior you wish mo to chastise you Do you remember tho old precept be ginning Spare the rod Yessir said Willie Spare tke rod and lose the fishEx B B LINGO The devil was the first coachorsays a retired baseball editor He coached Eve when she stole first Adam stole second When Isaac met Rebecca at the well she was walking with a pitcher Sampson struck out a good many times when he beat tho Philistines Moses made his first run when be slew the Egyptians Cain made a base hit when he slew Abel Abra ham made a sacrifice The prodi gal made a homo run David was a long distance thrower and Moses shut out tho Egyptians at the Red SeaExINo NEED OF HURRYING A dudeJ while walking along tho treet8t met a little boy who asked him the time Ten minutes to nine said the dude Well said tho boy at nine oclock get your haircut and ho took to his heels and run the dude after him when turning a corner the dude came in contact with a policeman nearly knocking him down Whats up said the policeman The dude very much out of breath said You sen that young urchin running along there He asked me thu time I told him ten minutes to nine and he said At nine oclock gut your hair cut Vell1 said the policeman What are you running for Youve eight minutes more yetGood News EUGENE MINIHAN MANUFACTURER OF FirsfClass Handmade Saddles and Harness AT TIlE LOWEST PRICES ONE SET OF JlY HANDMADE BUGGY HARNESS Will wear longer than two sets of other makes They are safer to use and look better There Is no saddle that compares With my KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLES tttWhat you pay for Saddles is not as as what yon get for your money Quality reputation material workmanship Is what you get In my Saddles tlmp Mall ra for saddeaprompti ily filled Largest stock of BUGGY WHIPS and at a- very low price Come and Ret my prices 1 EUGENE MINIHAN OwiNGSvrLtE KY SAML P ATCHISON i DRUCCIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCOS CIGARS ETC PAXTON AND DENTONSUC- CESSORS TO PAXTON SON UNDERTAKERS dealers in- FURNITURE MASONIC BLBG WINGSVIIJUE PALMER Ie COONS SUCCESSORS TO LIGHTFOOT SHROUT WILL DO YOUR BLACKSMITHINC AND REPAIRING AT R0CKB0TT0M PRICESJf1I Work Guaranteed Give Them a Call t Gordon on Kentucky The following are extracts from John B Gordons address at he Confederate Veterans Reunion at Louisville CJEX GORDONS ADDRESS General Mr Mayor and Gentle of the Reception Committee uNo man Is giftod enough and n- owds are pirong enough to ttll Kentuckians what we feel at this hour and how deeply we feel it Shall say for my comrades and myself that we are grateful That would e in tho presence of such a demon the merest commonplace the needless statement of u patent fact which you already knowor can read in these moistened eyes and quivering lips Shall I toll you that we are amazed that we are unprepared for such exuberance of hospitality such warmth and prodigality f welcome Icannot say that fort would bo untrue We knew be- orehand what to expect of this reathearted people C Tho truth is gentlemen that your State holds a place among her I sister States that is not only unique but decidedly picturesque She is sui generic As a Georgian I feel nu unspeakable pride In my native Stato in her glorious past and I confidently predict for her a great and enviable future As a Southern er Iglory in the unrivaled gifts of this section to the general govern mont in its illustrious names in the untarnished honor of its public ser ants and in the brilliant achievement of its sons in peace and in war an American who loves his whole I confidently claim for her ime foremost place among all the nations I proudly challenge the records of nil time to furnish a par allel to her career to equal time practical and developing genius of her citizens to match her high and holy political alms to present spectacle so Inspiring to humanity us we stand the noblest representative of all that is pure In religion conserva tive in government or ennobling in freedom the one commanding and conquering republic unchallenged in her leadership and unapproachable in her isolation of grandeur and glory Loyal as I believe myself to be to all States and sections as well as to the great republic itself I nev ertheless declare my conviction that Kentuckys bistorytaken as a whole entitles her to a position in the front rank of States I In conclusion permit me to recall briefly another chapter InKentuckys life a chapter which embraces the most momentous period of her history or time history of this republic During the stupendous conflict be tween tho American States Ken tuckys most famous families and all classes of her people were represent ed in both the Union and Confederate armies iu her marvelous fecundity she had previously given birth to both Jefferson Davis and Abraham Lincoln These two great sons born within a few miles of each other nurtured on the bosom of this common mother were destined in Gods mysterious providence to find homes in different sections to grow up under different institutions to become time representatives of conflicting civilizations and the respective Pres idents of contending republics That one was to die at last disfranchised by the government which he hind so long and faithfully served and lot I whose flag he bad shed his blood on 1 Mexican soil The other was to meet his death by an assassins bul let In like manner Kentuckys coun sellors were divided some for the Union some for the Confederacy Time counsellors ably strove to keep her aloof from the con iflict to rendcrihcrpa2Sftje and neujtral but there was no sch word In JI Kentuckys lexicon Neutrality nev 7 er had been and never will be Ken V tuckys role It could not be the policy of such a people for neutral ity is nowhere an attribute of prog ress nor of Gods economy Neu trality has no place In masterful minds nor In heroic hearts Neutral ity has never yet developed a great character nor characterized a great people nor written one sparkling page in human history Kentucky therefore would have none of It Governors might proclaim neutrali ty Legislatures might enact it but J no edicts or statutes could chain down the unconquerable spirit of Kentuckys sons Into the one army or the other they wont as their COD victions guided them And wherever they fought whether for the union of all the States or tIle independence of the Southern States whether they followed the flag of this great repub lic or the fiery cross of battle which represented the aspirations of the Southern people for separate nation amy and constitutional freedom under whatever banner pr leaders they were marshaled Kentuckys sons wrote their noble record on his torys most luminous page MCSICAL The following is an exact copy of a letter received by a young lady who possessing a piano and being about to move to a small country town advertised for room and board with a familycmusically inclined Dear Miss We think we kin suit you with room and bord if you prefer to bo where there is music I play the fiddle my wife the orgin my dotter Jule akordin me other dotter the bango my son Hen the gittar my son Jim the foot and my son Clem the base drum while us sings goa pcll hims in which we would be glad to have you take part both vocaland instrumental it you play on anything We play by ear and when we all get started there is music in the air Let us know if you want to como here to bord Ex Heltablll persona meciianici or InTrUTe mind desmflng s trip to the Fart ottton1IUII sU1y n Muld writ The 1ArElrrlUlCOBD1la1tbaoce c Q RAILWAY TIMECARD EFFECTIVE OCT jSiQ jExpress Trains for Louln11le LexJngtoa Cincinnati Washington New York and Eastern ClUes TIME or TILIISL Pusrozt STATION ZASTDOUSO Noii4iam 4- Soji59fl1No211005prnwZST500n Not 5am No54illpinNotDnUy except Sunday AlIotherda1Iy For intorinatiOn regnnllng rates sleep lug car reservations calt on or aadress Agent Cok O Hallny Preston Bta lon- G W Bimav C RyA- CDIA AsstGPA- Lnlntoo tIcy CloclolaUO 4 The Outlook and DailyiEvemng Post 385 JifI f J t 7 t Ti S J 1k iI i 1 i C C 1tIr STATE ODDS AND ENDS = r oi I I I I 1CANDO NOTHING 1rTIi ShrrltT nnlilr to Serve the IVnrrnnt Cnlllni for the Ar 4 rtit or IV S Tnylor Frankfort Ky June 2lIic issu J ance of II iKncli varmnt for Ihc nr ret Of W S Tnvlor was Ihe fuKl of firial notice that nil imlietiiient bad IIInrctunied naming Mr Taylor as n ace K ory to the murder if Will iaiu UiHliel It had been riiinoml for tvvrKs that tlie iiuliotment had been returned hut tie ollicials rvfusril to either oonlirm or iliny it The indiet ment ivax lilctl and cntcreil of record Jril The iKnch ivarrant commnuds the vheriff or other arresting officer to nrnst William S Taylor and deliver cIIIIItoindictment about 50 persori are named as itnesMs for toininouvealth The bench wur 1tllwas placed in the hands of Slier Joluit Snter who is acting in the of the Mierifl who is at Hot SprJncs When nskod what he would with the warrant he said What I do with It I would serve it II could nod I could do it if GO ItIc of Indiana would help me from all reports I gnesis he will ilo it- Frankfort Ky June 4There vcre no developments in the matter a1 of the warrant for the arrest of W S 1 S Taylor Acting Sheriff Snter pent l the In at his home in the rOllulr totatffol that no requisition on the pov trrnur of J lid hill I had yet been made Indianapolis ImU June 2ovj A Mount if he would honor a te JIIllIiililJII for Tnylor raid havent preconceived a decision If requisi ition PIIJHTS are presented for Mr flcfnvlor I shall cleeide as to fjrantinjj I wlun thoy mare prcsrnltil and decision will he Iiased upon my I ensc of right and jus 1m The governor was asked if he any knowledge of the political of the prand jury that in i diced Mr Taylor and refused with t tonic spirit to answer the nnestion I CONFERENCE WITH TAYLOR Hr III He t rsnl to Hnn for Cov qrruor If llerklinni I ninlnnlril IinioerntJlle KyM June 4Dr T H postmaster of Louisville C K IJollil of customs here and G Collier who was adjutant under Taylor have pone to Indianapolis 10 confer with the for flier executive of Kentucky as to his plans for the future and to otTer him LQH Inhalf of his friends in this t Utte Thoe gentlemen stand high in republican circles in Kentucky antI it is known that just prior to huitie parture for Indiana to vade arrest cm the charge of being an accessory to the murder of Wm Goclel Mr Taylor conferred with these anti oth er party leaders in the oflice of Mr tiapp in this city It is being raid in exclusive repub I iTOUj5ircle8 that these gentlemen will A tjjxplamto Taylor an intention on the part 1 ncky rcpublTcan Icaih rs to renoininatc him for governor in the event the democrats put up Heck r ham ns they leliev i 9 race between these twowmtld bt rr y for Taylor Tnylorn KrlciuU Fear Kldnaplnr 4 irankfort Kj June 3W So Thy opinIthe republican national convention to which lie is a delegate from the state at large ikmie of his personal iricnds tliink it would be unsafe as they fear an attempt might be made to kidnap luau In the event he should be arrested in either Ohio or Pennsyl t vania on the way to the convention a new phase woulJ be presented which might le turned into a politi cal issue in those states jn the cam paijjn ev Mineral SrlrJr Lexington Kjv June 1 Manager Iktrr of the Lexington t Eastern railroad is preparing to have an cti Sntyis made of the mineral springs c located on the road near Fincastle 1 There are aid to be five different va I rieties of water found at this point and it is believed a watering place s may be marie there to advantage Mr Iforr will also make examination ofI j1 time waterfalls there The region 5 one of the most picturesque in the imountainsInjured llj Ltghtnlng- Lswreneeburg 1y lune Lon r Young and two colored men were in a burn when it was struck by light ning One of tIme colored men John c Smith was knocked down his left v arm broken his shoulder dislocated a and his shoulder blade shattered He i may tin Mr Young and the other aluljrenderetJ t1 seriously hurt He Ilrank Xeld Paris Kj June 1 Charles E Dod ley aged 25 committed suicide here by drinking a mixture of carbolic fj anti pniKsic acids Despondency i causer by a love affair and excessive use of cigarettes was time cause which led to the act I Killed Br a Couttable 1 Sargent Ky June 2COnstable Marshal Accidentally shot and killed a Henry Skipper aged 36 at Rig Stone near the Virginia bonier The 4mconstbi was given a hearing anti issedV I utll Fall z JJowiing Green Kj lune 1Owing to the confederate reunion at Louis f1 ville nnd the national republican con Z 4 vention falling BO close on its heels Cot T J Smith has postponed the re union of the 3d Kentucky volunteer 1 infantry until this fall tpI j Killed by Lightning MayKville Ky1l1ne 1 Lincoln Frather n young farmer near Mur pbjsrillc took refuse under a tree 4i during n thunderstorm and was kill ed bv lightning Ills lather was a cr edeaa1 soldier- i t I Log ten llnvr hops i Lexington Ky June ILoR men I 1t say there will he a slight rise in the i Eastern Kentucky streams as a results 4 ofithe recent rains and that some t 1O5may be gotten out More than j t fotieal the timber cut during the Winter is still in the water awaiting f iariiel t t f fsC jI and Iron Company it 3 Frankfort Ky June LThe Amer icaii5jal Iron loot Lirion comma 47 i lyffledartjeles of incorporation I iTitBtiiesecretnrr t4 state Capital f tciclt 50060 J i nlItt it i iJifi 6J oJ f I i 01 JvIt fftitfJv T t j CJ hmZ It d t ir i Yit v y JEFEERSON DAVIS BIRTHDAY Inxl iriilnr oiinrvttil With lie Truth Ann mil Itrnnlon of thr mfiilrriilt I r Tnii Lrinfciille Ky June Till last cvrciMK connect Id with the tenth annn l reunion of the Inilcd Confed ernie Veterans occurred Sunday wtieii the 2d anniversary of the birth of Jetlcrjon Dais was observed at Uennion hall with services in memory of Mr Davis Winnie Dutis The Daughter of the Confederacy and the confederate dead Although thou sands of the confederate reunion vis itors hail left the cityio persons attended the exercises They were lirgely of a religious character limit nivert lieless there was applause at times from the audience Mrs hlayet the daughter of Jefler Min Davis mill her daughter Miss Ya riiui Hayes wen on the platform Gci Cordon had lcen expected to preside and also to address the audi ence but he was called away from Louisville Sunday morning and hU place was taken by Gen Stephen Iet The liNt speaker was Gen Clem cut A ICvaus of Georgia lie was fol lowed by evlnitcil Slates Senator Reagan of Texas the only surviving member of JeiTcrcon Davis cabinet Gen Stephen H Lee lieu spoke Kcv J iniam Jones of Virginia chaplain general of the Inited Con federate Veterans preached tIll an nnil sermon He spoke at great length on the religious life of tho confederate soldiers He saul a pas tor often went to the trout with a majority of the male nieinlcrs of his church ANOTHER FEUD VICTIM tItIie Irl Shsni nnI lnI1onnlril In the Ilurkhnrt suit Cnlil wcll Cnnnift Iinville Ky June Another outbreak between the Hurkharts and Culdwcus occurred when Tcague Iturkhart a cousin of Wils Hurkhart who was killed by lllanton a few lays ago went to the home of King Call wcll antI tired into his building One hall MrucK C Id wells 9yearold daughter in time shoulder inflicting a wound from which she will die lllanton hums not been captured and it ib Itelievcd he is being concealed at the homes of the Caldwells who aro relatives of the Ulantons These fam ilies once waged a feud and fought desperately It was in this fruit that Washington Caldwell was killed IS 105 YEARS OLD An Aeril Krntnrklnn Who r health In ino l amid Illo MUtual Clear nnd Arlir Owcnsboro Ky June 4 lames IScatty Ireland of Skillmnn Hancock county Ky is celebrating his 103th birthday anniversary today He was born in Kelson county June 17Jj mill has lived in HIIIICOCK county for the lest years His health is good and his mind as clear and active as that of a f1r younger man When the tooth amiiicrsary ofMr Irelands birth was celebrated live years ago it was attended by a large number of friends from every direc tion but there were few of them who dared to hope thai he would be living and active for several years after ward Mnatrrlnir Out Mate Guard Frankfort Ky June 2Go Heck ham has issued an order mustering out ten comianies of the state guard AH except two of them are located in mountain towns mill were among those mustered into service during the political excitement just before anti immediately following the state election last fall It is understood a number of other companies are also to be disbanded as time governor holds that the various regiments now have double their proper quota of companies in them Hie Culllr Sale LawTcnccburg Ky June 2 Messrs H It Carpenter anti W T llonfl of this county have sold to Simon veiait lexington 41S head of cattle which averaged 1100 pounds each for the sum of SJ317480 and Messrs K H mill W P Lilian sold to the sante party 170 held averaging ti23 pounds for 6919 LnnRrrncnian Cilllirrt IlrlionilnnlriJ Harrodsburg KyM June IThe- democratic executive committee of the Eighth congressional district met In this city and unanimously renomi nated lion G G Oillwrt for congress Xj resolutions were adopted Played With a Loaded PUtol VerKailles Ky June L While pitying with a loaded pistol Frank Dawson aged 13 shot and mortally wonndefl Kayniond White aged 9 near Mortonsville Karmcr Indlrtnl for Murder Cynthiuna Ky June 3The grand jury indicted W J Langhlin a weHllhy farmer of this county for murder in the first degree Langhlin If charged with tile murder of Miss lila Hiten of Comierville Inst March byan operation OBIrp for Jack ChIna Son Frankfort Kjv June IIt is semi authoritatively stated that Morgan Chlnn son of Col Jack Chinn will be Appointed by Iteckham as steward of the institution for tIme feeble minded here Matte tier 3loe Lexington Ky June 3 Instead of sending Mury Mason to jail for abuts ing Emma Mason County Judge Bullock issued an order that she move her residence to another part of the city Thats the best vny to stop their quarrels anti it doesnt cost time community anything said time judge Struck Oy LIghtning JR Olivet Ky June 3 Lincoln rather a farmer of Marion county while working in a fteH setting to breco was struck by lightning and instantly killed Crop of lilac Gin Paris Ky May JDtaler in blue grass seed estimate that the crop this season will be tully per cent larger than any season known for many years The largest blue grass seed cleaning entablishmcnt in the world is located in this city A Xan Adjudged insane Lebanon Ky May 31 Itefugio Martendel Camp was adjudged a lunatic in the county court and or TtkllnndJ 1Li V iitj a a t i rv FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Siiliimarj if IrBilIn Inl Washington May 28 cThe ipropriatiuntime committee aiiioiiilmonls have been disposed of A lively debate was pre ti1uht lit over the proposition to con tinue the life of the industrial com mission until OctolHr 31 IiOI ouiseihme Alaskan civil govern ment hill was passed Other lulls passed were Authorizing the pnsi dciS 0 appviinl ten lirst lieutenants of tilt signal orJlwhoe eommis sions shall expire June 30 IJOI rnd to provide six additional otlicers in the snbsistonee bureau of the war de lilies mfleuut to ratify the ngreemcnt of the commission to the live civilized trbes nnd the Seinitiole us to restore to t IlIitH domain a small net of White mourlain Apache In dian reservation Arizona to ex change gold bars for gull coin Vahington 11 2 ISIHlIt An amendment appropriating oooooil for the Louisiana purchase exposition to lit held in St Louis in l ot ajI added to the sundry civil appropria t ion lull on condition that loOUO 00 in addition be raised by the exposi tion authorities The Teller resolu ion expressing sympathy for he Boers was to the committee on foreign relations bv a vote of 40 to 26 House The eonferenc report on tIlt post other appropriation bill wm agreed to It carried S ViOOO for pneumatic tube service The hill tuotv goes to the president Washington May OHelllleXoti- n session Iouisen unsuccessful effort was made to get the aiutit rust resolution before the house One hundred mill timely private pension huts were passed Washington May 31 Senate The sundry civil appropriation bill was passed It carries an appropriation of SVHHUHXI for the loiiisinna pur chase expotition to be lanai in St Iniis in rliKS and SOOlMMl for the be ginning of the work on the memorial bridge between Washington natal Ar 1i1l lon cemetery to be erected in memory of the dead of both the union J1rnjcIilabout vKX0Mi House The entire session was taken up discussing the resolution reported from the judiciary commit tee proposing n constitutional amend ment to lodge in congress the power to detine regulate control prohibit or dissolve trusts monopolies or com binations Washington June Senate The military academy appropriation bill was passed It carries amendments making fleum Miles mind nil of the fu ture commanders of the army lieuten ant generals and Jen Corbin n major general Consideration of the last of the appropriation hills the general deficiency was begun but was not coiuililetetilltiuiscfiie joint resolution pro posing a constitutional amendment empowering congress to regulate trusts was defeated It requires a tmii birds vote under the roost itut lion to adopt an amendment to the constitution The vote stood ayes 131 nays Kit The bills to ratify the treaties made by the Dawes commis sion with the Cherokee and Creek In dians were passed Washington June 2SenateTIme list of the appropriation bills the general deficiency was passed as was also the emergency river mill harbor hi IImrovidiug for numerous surveys and for certain other public works and the bill providing for the extradi lion of persons who have committed certain crimes in Cuba from the Init proitlttlit punished mult r the laws of Cuba as administered bv Cuban courts House The Iii iclield trust bill was amended by the democrats so to except from the provisions of the hillIH labor organizations and unions anti then the measure wa passed only one vote being cast against HAVE REACHED MANILA The riillliMiliic C mntlk lunern have nt iist Hrncliril Tlirlr Ilentl- uiillon All IlrliiK AVell Manila June 4rhc United Stales transport Hancock from San 1nin CISCO April 17 arrived here Sun day morning with the members of the Philippine commission Time members of Gen MaeArthurs staff welcomed the commissioners pit board tIme Han cock At noon the commissioners landed and drove to the palace es coned by Jen MaeArtnurs staff a hand anti two companies of the 26th infantry with artillery At the palace the commissioners were welcomed by cn MaeArthur in a short and forceful address After Tudge William H Taft president of the commission had replied the vomit missioners returned to the Hancock where theywill remain until they have selected suitable dwellings outland luring the morning the members of the Filipino supreme court the lo cal editors and ninny of the leading merchants repaired to the transport ivhtre they conversed with the corn yilssioners Hear Adm Uemy in com laand of time Inited States naval forces on the Asiatic station called cflicially during the afternoon The fumily of ludge Taft will remain for a wnile in Japan The families of the other commissioners arrived with them German Snear Trnt Madgeburg June Is the German sugar trust has started opera ions the refiners have withdrawn all their offers from the market There will be no further sales for twelve days then the trust will jix time prices for home trade noltlter Sentence Commuted Washington June aThe president has commuted to ten years the life sentence of Jefferson Harrison for robbing a mail ear in Alabama in 1S93 and threatening to kill the postal clerk Good ThInK for the HlriU Chicago June ITbe Milliners Xn tional Protective association has ten dered an agreement with the Audu bon society pot to purchase any more American birds provided the society will discontinue efforts to have legis lation passed to prevent the killing of birds 3lent Bill Will Stand Berlin June 3 Despite the remon strances of the American anti English embassadors the federal council will certainly approve of time meat bill passed by the Ileichstag Deweys Veiterua Trip Washington June 4 Arrange meats have been completed for Adm Dewejs Ohio anti Michigan trip He will be absent from Washington for eight days leaving here Tuesday morning June 5 and returning Wednesday evening June 13 Xuiuber of Cenu Enumerators Washington June 4The exact number of census enumerators now at work is 2Ci Pennsylvania leads the list with tG76 New York comes next witi J4M Ahisku has only two jq d Nevada 52 S F jiii IS AGUINALDO SLAIN Many Filipinos Killed in Luzon and Other Islands Tlirlr liiftn lit n Ieuv tIn t IIgIs tug- lit lime Itinrrrrnt Ilnrrn Will taut Ip nt least MX liii slat red Yigan LIIOII June 4Mnj March with bis detachment of the TId regi ment overlook wlmt is bclieied to hae been Aguinaldos l1itYmiii May at la Hilt about tno miles north east of Yigan TIlt Americans killed or wounded in itim supposed to be Aguiualdo wluiM body was removed by his followers Aguiualdo lanai 100 incii Maj Marcia Mnj Marchs men entered La Ial on tilt run They saw the insurgents scattering into the hushes or over the plateau A tbonrrnd yards beyond tho town on the mountain side the ligurcs of 23 Filipinos dressed in white with their leader on a pray horse were illI1alIillsl the sunset The Americans tired a volley aunt saw the ollicer drop from his horse His followers tied carrying the body The Americans on reach ing the stunt caught till horse which wan richly saddled Itlood from a badly wounded umlaut was on the ani nnl anti on tIlt ground JIll saddle hats contained A g iii is diary and some private papers including proelu ulitit illlls Manila 1 L May Correspond IIIIThc last two weeks have seen a general spread I rebel activity throughout lnon and etcn into the other islands which has been sharp ly offset It immediate retaliation The reb IsilJI attacked by day j nd by nighl seeral of the 207 Iowii5 we garrisoned Over 300 Filipinos were killed by troops of Gen Youngs command in Xorlh locos province during three days hard lighting last week Over a hundred were killed down in Camerinos province under Gen Hell and at least fifty were kill ed in their recent attack upon Cajr ayan de Misamis in northern Min danao Five hundred dead Filipinos would be a conservative estimate of their losses during the past few days nnd a number of smaller engage ments that have passed unnoticed wiil bring the total up to at least six hundred A remarkable feature is that during the lighting which re sulted in this heay loss to the rebils the American forces have not hall more titan six men killed and fourteen wounded On April in Lieut Duncan of hut tilth with eight men mIl three hun mired insurgents and after a short tight returned to llatae and reported t a Col Howsc TIlt colonel with drew his troops from the town and when the insurgents entered he sur rounded tIme place A tight ensued in which lf 0 Filipinos were killed Till official report of Col llowse reads Till attack on Ilatac on April 16 wcs precipitated by three causes the imprisonment of several insurgent leaders Cajit Dodds punishment of the rebels the day previous when liftysix were killed mill Lieut Dun cins attack on the enemy that same morning Duncan met them in tIme ftothis mid with eigit men dis pcrscd two hundred of whom seventy had ri tIes He killed twentynine and captured twentytwo He exhausted his ammunition and fell hack tight uplIUollins prepared for the insurgents When the insurgents reached I5a ac their force had increased to six or seven hundred who made a de termined attack It was necessary for our troops to charge the enemy in their positions and two Americans were killed and three wounded At times the fighting was hand to hand and time desperation of the fanatics vas lihowu by the enemy 1y forced march Lieut Thaler with tweniy live cavalrymen mill ammunition reached Uatnc at 245 p in At I p m the enemy withdrew hilt soon were greatly reinforced They set tire to the town mill under cover of hue dense smoke fought stubbornly At 5u Lieut Haight with troops L of the 3d cavalry arrived and the enemy was soon driven lilT Their losses were lOS killed and wounded ami 72 prisoners This same day Capt French with 120 mulch met the en emy near Vintor and killed 23 The total number of killed in Xorth locos province in three days is given at 33i This does not include time wounded who crawled away jute the brush ninek 1nnerr Itnuh- Xewport Vt June 2n epidemic llflckcancer rush premils nt Vest Derby a suburb of Xewport Three deaths have occurred within n week and in each instance the victim had been ilihllt two days when fatal symptoms appeared hhmeyver buried immediately Abut fifty houses have been quarantined and schools have been closed and everything possible is being done to lire vent further spread of the plague sa leramuiu Killed Chilton Wis June tSix persons were killed by an explosion of dyna mitt in the home of m llrochin our mile north of Forrest Junction Time dead are Wm llroebm his wife and three children and Mr Stchhius a brotherinlaw The house was completely demolished Mr Ilrochm was a wealthy farmer timid well known Time tIC of the explosion it unknown An inquest was imnicdi utely begun Well Known Surgeon Dead Chicago June Lir Truman W Miller one of the best known sur geons in the west died here Thursday of blood poisoning Dr Miller served as n surgeon in the civil war latter he was an assistant surgeon of the marine hospital here and after sev eral years of service in this capacity wis made chief surgeon lie was noted for his philanthropy to young men Mnnj houses Closed Tittsburgh la June 1All the branch houses of the National Tube Co in the country except the four lo cated in Xew York Chicago San Francisco anti Pittsburgh will be dosed on June 1 and the managers and employes discharged In future allshipments of the products of the company will be made from the va rolls works in different parts of the country Once FnmouaClnwn fiend Xew York June 2 Thomas K MI aeo8 theatrical manager who in his younger days was a famous circus clown died in a Xew York hospital from injuries received by falling from n stairway in time Morton house av 1ueMliy D GAVE SOME POKER ADVICE how Conidllnn Only Inlil Ilnrrn to lila Tnllnr liy Trie- Itliiinr whlnUngame of draw hut nolnidy in time alley teems to bo able tolouite them lIillalids never yet have become calloucd dragging lItmuthat any other turn affairs his fair iiaac afriid would brinij about heart failure The other iii lair called luau up by ChronicleHelloHello says tIme telephone girl soft and mellow Niimbfr please timetailorWell helmSlit t lily lailorYeOh if thai out Mr Daly I didnt rec ognize your voice Ves Ca1 tlacrcIfehltWell well what i itsa3s Italy tailorWell timetailor todiilIve got two pairs of trousers hrfloo be thin tailnr DalyI ngiin IhllhllIIilThlrl Daly ami he rings 01I Too Frank ltroadva3hadat a bargain and by putting a price of l3 riiilyforfor that money He put one of ho suits on a lot in and gal it in fiont of his store with a sign about its netk which oar of his minrt clerks hid paintd on u piece of cardboard This announced the price Then he and his clerks prcp ircd to do a rushing business Till hours utIuitl no one came in to buy the suits This caused time merchant to won der mid at length he determined go out and take a luinkat the Dimple Miit and sign This is what he found on ign These mils e13 They wont hat long IVdestri nns passing bv saw the sign anti smiled at its time merchant tore down the sign from the suit and the clerk who Kid de jobXMrs SnasI read to day that a pot of memldimtgliegunpowder 1ittsburgli ChronicleTele graph MAitKirr uiroitT Cincinnati 2 CATTLE Common t fil- Sflort luitfbors 3 10 1 r j 13 CAIYKS ICxtras 01 IillStht i t 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it 12 V LAUD Stwiin Qi 5 711 AfcgelahlePreparalionrorAs lingfoeStoinaclsandBcnYeisor vH HiL yEy Promotes DigeslionCheerfuI ncss and RestContams neither t nc nor IincraL NOT TCtVEIC OTC oIOUhSJZLlITCIIEIl1Ji rAISJz 44mvd fK n i nonSourStonuchDiarrhoca t Worms Convulsions Fcvcrish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile signature orI NEW YORK 4 Id JLItw1W i irs EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER ASA Iif v i Bleeiriu1t r In Capsules This new compound which U made from cheap chemicals it put up in capmle form and when added to a certain quantity of wa ter will furnish eVcliicity enough to light a hou e drive a n automobile or even a railroad train Iiit tlii is nothing compared to time strengthening Pourer contained in a lot IIof IloleHiTsfiomnli Hitter It cures indigestion d pcpia biliousness liver anti kidney troubles and tills the system with till vigor of health lilt PoKloii Like him innrtrd time Old Oodser re ferriiig to a ncighl wholll hI did not in any wie appreciate have no mure itc fur him than ti man with dyed whiskers has for nniither min with dyed whisker That how lash toward llcnry Swank con found Dii lIimIIIkIShake into your ihocs AllcnV IootICase a powder for feet It maker tifzlit orXcw hiocitet lay Cures torn lulling Swollen lInt Calloiir Smarting Sore and Sweat v Feet All Druggists a nd Shoo store Ml t iV Sample CUt 1KKK Ail tlris Alleii S OlniMed Ie Boy N V That nil ltd icr Hiform To a man who never can make his salary stretch from our odny to the next a learned financial article on The KIaticity of Oiirliirrcncy mutt ccm bittcrarcasm N V Press An Riuliryo Organist 8o you are letting your boy take organ lessons Yes hes learning to le an eye and car specialist Philadelphia Itulletin SIae Never Ileurmi IIf the IIrox Itiver Mrs tro 1atV got a job in the luboxvoik up on time Itronx Mrs Dugan Amli Oive aften ridav tbim bronchial dO IualesJrmdgelie Papa Perhaps you dont understand what pro Ioer lohnny Oh ye lie s a man that roots for tIme Moors Iuck- Ti Cure n tlilil In One OnT Take Laxative Ilrmiio Quinine Tablets All druuggistsreltiamd motley iit fails toeurc 25c stirprethuatthe Itoers Vcll yui co my greatgrand father was Dutch mailuair tint ilrih said time suburbanite andall war at once clear Detroit Jouriwl Vinos Cure is the best medicine we ever used for all affections of the throat eam- illumiuaun O Kndslev a loll rllI Ind loch 10 UXX =It is n uaughmtysmure thins that we shall never have time to do all the things we in tend to do when we get time Iuck All time Kentucky belles chew Risme Gum They like it Low is like butter If of time melting ort a little goes a long way Ally Sloper As a moss gatherer the rolling joke heads the list Chicago Daily News LIKE MANY OTHERS Clara Kopp Wrote for Mrs PlnkhaiuV Advice antI Tells what it mild fur Her It DKAK Mns PIVKIIAM I have seen to manj letters from lathes who were cured by Lydia K Pinkhams remedies that 1 thought I would ask your advice in regard to condition 4 Ihove been doctoring for 4 w four years and have patcL received very little I benefit I am I troubled with back rnclic in fact my whole hotly aches sUlnach feels sore by spells get short of breath and am very nervous Mcu I s ruution is very 5r i i regular with sevetu t bearing down paiAs 11 cramps mud back ache I hope to hear L from you at one CI ARA Korr Kocliwrt Ind Sept 27 1808 I think it is my duty to rite a letter to you In regard to what Lydia K Pinkhams Vegetable Compound did for me I wrote you some time ago describing my symptoms and asking your advice which you very kindly gave I am now healthy atul cannot begin to praise your remedy enough I would say to nit suffering women Take Mrs Pinkhams advice torn woman best understands a womans suf ferings nUll Mrs Pinkham from her vast experience in treating female ills can give you advice that you can get from no other source CIlU Korr Kockport lad April 13 189J CASTORIAPor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Years CASIORIAriic u Easy1I1 ofCostsOrm U25ctnl tg CJ MOFFETT M D ST LOUIS MO t IJln SlIng for Ginsrr withFrenchEnglishforenoughint the first fjllalile of the word tIme Paris sliojv men looked at each other in amazement and then at tbe women asking for it After some parley it was made known to tIme American that though the Ringer was not in stock it would lie sent for evidently a most umiiml jiroceiliire from the gestures and ex clamations anti significant glances upon the purl of connected with thervtaMixhinent Americans waited and waited still the ginger vas tint forthcoming They were jut alxnit to depart when what titer were wailing for arrived It wascerved in licpieur ginIXihen the new minister a hamhomp and unmarried man made hU linll nstorilcall iat the Fosdifks he monk little Anna up in his arms and tried to ki her limit time child refused to he kir1 She struggled loose and ran off into time next room where her mother was putting a few finihing toutlies brbrlamina the little girl whimpered the man in the parlor wanted me to kia him youletThereupon little Anna ran hack unto the parlor anti time minister akcd Well little lady wont you kiss me now pronmptlybuttzar A llraiinrcefiil Ilirnxr A kindhearted clergyman was lately com pellet to iliMiiiv a clever gardener who 1111110 purloin hi fruit and vegetable lorItIme cake of his vife anal futunily lie gave a character and this is how he worded q hereby certify that A II has been my gardener for over two years antI that dur that time he gut more out of my garden elll103rdCoieaWelkl A falling glass in time kitchen usually in lauiyNews and you free I THIS Substitutes Tt c I 1 4A SENATORS LETTER as a fiud the Talk tJ- or flrorl1 t Il I1gV U Mississippi Hon W V ator Mississippi in written to lr Hartman followingFor have lfrom catarrh in its most stage so much that became as to my health Hut as remedy gave it fair trial rnd soon began improve Its effects were dna beneficial removing the symptoms was particularly good as I in recommending your 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tuous hull Where we bumped our poor heads on the downsloping wall And the demons that danced down our- S candlelight lane To the squeaky quadrille of the old weath er vmne Hut ah every terror each recess of dread We forgot In the depths ol our billowy bed- When snuggled therein on the slnkaway plan twas spring thank the Old IWarmin Pan wellwon protection from bogles and jAghost the farthest confines they might their hosts In the whole vast domain of Imanhal undented this the surest a I our feathers twixt lavcn over the counterpanes regular 1Peeklnr all the bugaboos square in the face Till they make their retreat In the hush i of disgrace Poor thing they were awful but blame them who ran For no doubt they begrudged us our Old Warmln Pan 4 Oh the Old VVurmln ran How the mem ones hold Those days were of silver those nights were of gold And each homely object my childhood held i dear lisa grown to an Idol through many a f year The starlight the Milines the frost a gleaming pane The weirdweaving shadows the winds low refrain hand at the door and the step in the a 1TheballIthe man lack in the chld Ti the love in the t the genius that wielded the Old Warmln Pan fAMWhelock lpron In Chicago Time Herald i = 1 J ifDi UrrtS story ot 411tt1y LlJC in ThC fWuy bines 1 ICoryTitni iSj by F Tennyoa N etIy- I J CHAPTKK XIIlCoNTiMKii t But with the edict utah nn morel troops should be tent eauie comfort to the vouls of these bereavcil ones Transports would not go without J troop and Mrs Prank could nut go I without transports the journey was far loo expensive They wished her no evil of course but if they were them selves forbidden how could they rejoice a that she Ibould be permitted They actually beginning In feel a bit toward her when Ilt Queen llecl herself came in Honolulu i jvercthe latest news The fifth expedi hind been halted there and put in The hospital held several of ficer Uilly Gray wasdown with brain leter anti re had bten n furious cjicene between him and Ins peppery colonel before the breakdown and by that came steamer Mrs Garrison hud i got a letter that hail mnde her turn white and tremble as Mis Stovkman caw and told and then shut herself up J in her room an entire day Now for nearly n fortnight the lovely guett had hen daily hinting that the really must Li po home dear Wllchi was surely tired of her and Wilthie disclainud and protested and vowed she could nOli iirc without her devoted friend Hut then had come that letter nail with it u change of tone nnd tactics Witehie ceased remonstrate or reprove Mrs e Stockman and the latter felt that shut p must go ned Witchic ccrsentcd with i r out demur t In no pleasant mood Armstrong mounted and trotted for the east gate The road was lined with camps and vol unteers at drill Vehicles were fre quently moving to nnd fro but the tentry at the entrance had kept track itorthem and in response 1o question r answered promptly and potitively Mrs Garrisons carriage had not come that aYeUllt said he the wagon with S the ladyfc baggage did KIW the name on tbe trunks The colonel turned in saddle nail coolly surveyed him Do you mean Mrs Stockmans naDle1 lie asked in quiet tone How ninny trunks were lberer Ohi some of them might have had 4 JMrs Stockmans name sir but the two 4 cr three that I saw were marked M C a This was unlookedfor news To her nestdoor neighbor Mrs Garrison html said nothing about going away with Mrs Stockman and Armstrong had i grave need to see her and to see her at t aV once The train for Los Angeles did not leave until evening Possibly they were I 441 lunching somewhere spending tin iafternoon with friends in town He M rode direct to headquarters Some of the staff might be able to tell was his theory and one of them justified it Did I happen to meet Mrs Garrison I Yes I just saw her aboard the China Aboard the China exclaimed Arm strong with a sudden thrill of excite 5 ment Dyou mean she is going f- Didnt ask her They were hustling a everybody ashore and I bad only time r to give dispatches to the purser but she was on deck with friends when I rcame away People wondered that day at the If speed with which the tall officer fol c lowed by his orderly clattered away teelted pier and pushing through the throng 1o the Chinas stage Too late Al p ready it was swung aloft the lines were 4 cast loose and the huge black mass r was just beginning to back slowly from its moorings The rail of th prom 1renade deck swarmed with faces some 5 radiant some tearful Words of adieu fluttering kerchiefs Maving hands 4 tossing flowers were there on eelside Two officers Honolulu bounct r shouted Armstrongs name and n cheery goodby but be did not seem tr hear A gentle voice the voice of all others be most longed to Lear repeat ii ed the name and strove to call atten tion to his gesticulating comrades on the upper deck but he was deaf to Vboth Eagerly anxiously incredulous Jy he was searching along that crowded nil and all on a sudden he saw heri Yes there she stood all gayety grace y1andanimation stylishly gowned and I j1 burdened with roses and it was right at him she was gazing nodding smiling all sweetness all confiding itrusting Joy with Just a little of tri tihd a tinge of sentimental sorrow In the parting Apparently it was all for hIm for her blue eyes never U 7 if fi- uj 4 1 a f 4 1 p3 A faltered till they fixed his gaze and then kiss after kiss she threw to him with the daintily gloved little hallliI leaning far down over the rail lowering it toward him as much as pos sible she finally tossed to him stand i ilK there stern mill 111111111111111u bunch of beautiful rusts she bail torn front her corsage It fell almost at his feet for in his astonishment mill ris tug wrath he made no effort to catch it 4hiatt tooling quickly rescued mill handed it to him Mechanically he said Thank you and took it a thorn pricking deep into the flesh as he did so and still his eyes WIn fixed mi that fairy form now surely swiftly gliding away anti over him swept the fonseioiiKncss of utter defeat of exas peration of ilisinay even as he strove In fathom nor motives in thus singling him out for Mich conspicuous tIi af fectionate demonstration Triumph and delight htIIII1 have understood tlIli11tlIlialfelt his arm grasped by a cordial hand beard his name spoken by u friendly voice mill Mr Primes pleasant in quiry Have ou no greeting liar ot her fricnds Then till lint blood rushed to his face nail hmntIttl through the bronze as turning hub troubled eyes tact full the clear placid gaze of Amy iwreneeCHAPTKi XIV Mil October The Queen of the Ilcet the lineal tractport of the Pacilie fjice thronged with bins in blue at ordered on to Manila lav at the wharf at Honolulu awaiting her commanders orders to east loose n strong force and with stentorian voices till Prime val Dudes joined in rollicking chorus to the crashing accompaniment of their band mill when they could tale I i utieI 11I1tt tbe crowd ashore set upa t The Hawaiian national band in spotless ubilc forming huge and melodious ii ole on the wharf vieil with IiI nnisi civuis from the states in lie spirit mill suing of their stirring airs Aloha Oa1 Aloha Itthurulll the surging throng afloat and ashore as wreaths j anl garlamis the leis of lie islanders ere twined or bung about some fa vorile ofliccr or favored titan The troops still held to service in Hawaii shouted goodwill and goodby to those ordered on to the Philippines The Dudes of tbe jueen mill the lads from the prairies and the mountains on other transports anchored in the deep but narrow harbor yelled soldierly iotttdolcnce to those condemned to The steam of the scape pipe roarrd loudly and belched dense while clouds on high swelling the uproar htisIi little Kanaka boys diving rill lIidIland paddling tirelcs about tIll ship Hildcil their shrill cries to the clamor The captain in his natty uniform of blue and gout stepped forth upon bridge to take command anti raised banded cap in recognition of the hiI slant cheer from the host ashore the t heotigii blue shirts on the fort castle heath Then arore another shout as a veteran outer in the undress uni form of a general appeared upon that sacred bound and bowing to the crowd was escorted by the captain to HlII1hdothe heavy lines were east tiff a nil hauled swiftly in the massive srrew began slowly to churn the waters nt itt sltttm natal gently almost impciviptibly at first the Jiieen slid noiselessly along the edge of tbe deck to the accompani ment tlrn little olIeyof flowers and garlands tossed from eager hands anti a cheer of godspeed from the swarni of upturned faces And then there up rose another shout a shout of mingled merriment surprise and applause for alltail a sudden ihcre darted up the stair f from the crovvdrd promenade aleckii the sacred perch above defiant of th1 lettered warning Passengers are cov allowed upon the bridpc a dnitty vision in flinty white and all illI the net eminent there appeared nt encmls side smiling bowing hlowI ill hIiltllillglovelies of summer toilets The Hod Crops nurses on the deck below looked at one another mill gasped Two brave army girls wives of wounded ofiiccrh in the Philippines wilt by special lIi pnisation were making till voyage on 1t1tll at each other cnleraback antI gave his place at the whl trail to the new arrival and colored when she suddenly turned mill hitI arm The captain trying not to iuCmeltionhis dignity grew redder as he shouted i rapid orders and swung his big bcauti ful shipvcl out into the stream The guns of the nennington boomed deaf cning salute as the Queen turned hot sharp nose toward the open sea and ul1 most the last thing Honolulu saw lien human freight was tIn tiny dainty winsome little figure in white waving spotless kerchief in fond farewell Occe clear of the narrow entrance the big troopship headed westward toward the setting sun shook free the reins as it were and followed by less favored craft sped swiftly on her way Witehie harrison the latest addition to tIn passenger list entirely at home if nut actually in command Leaning on the generals unit an hour later Iud deftly piloting that liewil tiered veteran up anti down the breezy deck she came just as she hail planned to come face to face once more with Stanley Armstrong WIll she knew that under the escort of that exalted rank she was safe from any possibility of cross question or interference Well she knew that had he heard of her stud den determination to go to Honolulu she could not have escaped stern inter rogation possibly something worse and her heart failed her when sIte real ized that the man who had gauged Item shallow nature years before now lucid a lash over her head in the shape of the promptedIthe guard the day that Stewart sailed What madness it was indeed yet lion could she have dreamed it would fall into the hands of the man of all others she feared and respected the one man agoIlaecause lie cared not had won lien hull And now that beheld or lund held this paper nothing less than a forged order in her husbands name as aidedecamp to Gen Drayton she could have cow ered at his feet in her terror of him yet braved him with smiles sweetness and gayety with arch merriment and joyous words quitting for the moment the generals arm that the might ex tend to him both her little white gloved hands Gravely be took the left in lila left while with the right he raised his forage cap in combined salute to the woman and to his superior officer Gravely and almost instantly be re leased it and listened in helpless pa tience to her torrent of playful words but his eyes were on the generals face as though he would ask could he the general know he true character of the woman he hind honored above till her sisterhood on board in thus taking her to time bridge whereon neither olllcer 7 J I- IiJ i 7fp fY nor man ror nurse nor shiny wife had prcMimcd to set foul in the six days run from San Francis co as though he would ask if the general knew just ti hint she was this blithe dainty winsome little thing that ittst led to conldiiily inderd MI Miugly ilose t u his bat tered side and who haJ IluaU taken possession of him in the face IIflIItII vious mind nut too Millit irdIIf her own MV Truth to tell tIthltf would rather have escaped He was lint an indifferent sailor nn1 the Quecnslong lazy roll over the ocen surges was tx eitiug in his ii ito r aonmtioats ii tis a long mig for cracked ice and chantpugnc danIhithaa uig t itutti a rI voyage across the broad Iaeilie but a great ftmction irv of the general government hail told iiim n patbetii tale the tvry in of his Ii rI 1Pllt the Koyiil Hawaiian hotel bud given him a capital dinner at thai famous Itt 1st hIIfIl1 she appearetl in ilust uttui tag attire Mid in a Him of spirits simply iriosiMible Hi r sillies of wit hiil inadi him tour ttilhdciigln her mimicry of title or Iwoeonscicntioiis but aoidiilutd dames who liiid conic over on the Queen Ixiund as rirses for Manila hail tickled Mm to this rrgr of apoplexy but whri later she bn ken him into the coolest iorner of tin lanai with tbe plusti of to tin lii it COM at band and the sict iiiusie of Htr gers famous bund llotjtiugsoflly on tin telling air and told him latin her fit icr Ittul hut eul IllallIIC hilhl gout orals dash and alIt iiig in till great days of the great wai and led him on to tell of bis campaigns in lie lmuimnai doab and tin west listening with di talllIlnitold him how she Iii nine thither III nurse a gallant young oftlcir in her husbands regiment how slit had pulled thin boy thriiigli the perils of brain fetor until lit was now ooutal csoeut mill going tat to rejoin hiscom radrs in Manila and shcshe was pining to reach lilT hushii now serving on en Draytous staff Other women were aboard tbe Quit eiiuld tint Itn Crabli liid room fill her IIi hard fur a soldier to redtsr a pretty womai prominent member of the commit 1011 on military affairs There was tint a vacant stateroom on the ship Ollicrrt were sleeping three or four in a room so were the ISed Cross niirscsand the two army wives already aboard had been aligned a litte cubbyhole of a cabin in which only one t0I111111rl1 il time Tinre wne only two apart iiients on the big craft that were not tilled to their rapacity the room occu pied by that yea moan a iehi the captain natal that which from laving been the ladies boudoir haul I ecu lilted up for the aeromincdiitiot of Ihe general Till piano had bren i heeled out Oil deck the writing tattle Mown away haiti a tine new wide Irs lirdstind with dainty white curtiius and taos ipiito liar a large laurent and a wash stanil had been moved In and these with easychairs elect ri t fans electric lights and abundant air made it the most desirable room on the ship riven Armstrong colonel commanding the troops aboard was conip llrd to shame his lit the cabin with his tidjntaiit and tbe generals aides UIH bundlid into a skimpy box belwetn leeks There really seemed no place tar Mrs Har rison aboard especially when it was found that the passenger hit was to be increased by three a Mirpeon mill two officer going forward from Honolulu mill one of those was our old friend and once lighthcartc Hilly 1iay now nearly convalescent lout weak and as all eoud see feverishly ei cr to get on to Manila All this was explained ih the senator It was even suggestcd thit there was room for Airs Cairnati on Ihe lonis iana a safe old tub if she was slow hut Mrs Prank looked to pathetic anti resigned when this arrangement was suggested that no one hind Ihe liardi hood to actually dwell upon it and the senator said it was a shanii to think of it With whom of her out nS could she associate nn that bug hot voyage iheid of thom Why not ttunvfrjsonu of the Itcd Cross nurses li the louis iantiV Airs iarrison had nu object ions but they hail anti the iurgetii in charge mule prompt and vgorous pro test He knew Mrs Pratk und he knew him and did not in the least de chair SIll still had a plan There was a COZY dinner one vveuuimmjiast the evening before the depart tire of the Queen and the gallant ataii of time ship the veteran general be quarter master in charge of transportation the member of the senate milit try commit tee some eharining girls but none so charming as Mrs inrrison were of the parly There was sonic sentiment and much champagne as a result ol which at one 11111 the bighearted na monarch aforementioned swore by the bones of his ancestors in the slimj grasp of Davy Jones that that sweet little woman shouldnt hate to gt abegging for accommodations on hit Ihip If the general would condescend to move into his room by thunder hed sleep up in his foulweather den nex the chart room and Mrs arrison God bless hlrtollll1 take thin getter ills room antI be queen of the ship fjueen of the Queen queen of queens by Jupiter and heres her health will all honor A soldier of course conic be no less gallant than a sailor espe emIly as the captains room was n bit better than the Itoudoir and bad nn ice chest anti contents that the tetcnic campaigner was bidden to consider lib own Tbe agreement tilts ehitthieti that IIIIgratitude upon the generals coat sleeve and threw kiss after Ihs to the handsome sailor as she hung over tIn balusters of the broad veranda nut waved them away in their swiftrun ring cabs and then danced off to hci room and threw herself on till bed lift er a mad pirouette abnut lie spacious apartment and laughed und laughed until real tears trickled from her eyes nnd then gave orders to be called at seven oclock SIte meant to be up anti aboard that ship with nil her luggagi before sense and repentance could come with the morning sun before either soldier or sailor could change his mind To the amaze of the women already aboard to the grave annoyance of Col Armstrong to the joy of poor Hillj Gray and tin mischievous merriment of several youngsters on the commis sioned list Mrs Prank iarrison the latest arrival became sole occupant of the finest room on thin ship and it WOf a bower of lilies and tropical fruit rind flowers the breey day sIte sailed awaj from the bay of Honolulu ITo Be Continued The Merciful Molnrninn The fellow coming wIt of that sa loon owes his life to me said the Brooklyn motorman to the new hand to whom he was teaching the business Hows that asked the beginner as he piled all the passengers to the front of the ear by a quick movement of the brake One night explained the motor man lit ttula lying helpless across Hit track anal I resisted and conquered the temptation IJrouitya LIe yr fv t 1ftt Fr f t EVERYDAY HEROISM Dr Talmage Preaches on Common Duties and Rewards IVnriln ur Imournjienient mill httri fur Tlnmr Vliw Tiill unit Mriim KIIcrutN mill llrrolnrm tiC llnlly Mfr Copyright by loils KlopschJ Dr Talniiigc it ho is now preaching to large audiences in tin great cities pf Kiiglund iiul Scotland semis thillI iliscourse in which lit shows that ninny alit in this world puss as of little im portance will in tin tinyiii tinal rcail just incut lit crowned uith high honor text II Timothy ii 3 Thou there lore endure Jiardiiess- Historians rare not slow ii aclnowl rdjjt the merits of great military chief tains WI have the fulllength pOI Iraits of the Urotuiw ells the rushing ions the Napoleons and the Welling tons of the world llistory is not written in lilnek ink hut red ink of human blood The gods of human am hil ion do not ilrink from bowls made out of silver or gold or prreious stones but on of tIn bleached skulls of the fallen hut I am now to unroll before yon a scroll of heroes that the world has never acknowledged those who faced mi guns blew no bugle blast conquered no cities chained no cap tints to their chariot wheels natal yet in the great day of eternity will stand higher than srme of those whose names startled the nations and ser a lilt and rapt spirit mill archangel will tell their deeds to a listening universe I mean the heroes of common every day life In this roll in the first place I find all the heroes of Ihsiek room When Satan hand failed to overcome lob he said to flatal Put forth Thy initials nnd touch his bones and his llesh and lie will curse Thee to Thy face Satan bad found out that which we have all found out that sickness is thin great est test of tintS character A man who can stand that can stand any thing To be shut in a room as fast as though it were a bnstile to be so nervous yon cannot endure the tap of a childs foot to have luscious fruit which tempts the appetite of the robust and healthy excite our loathing anti disgust when it first ap pears on the platter to have the rapier of pain strike through thin side or across the temples like a razor or to put the foot In a use or throw the whole body into a blaze of fever yd there have been men and women lint more women than men who have cheerfully endured this hardness Through years of exhausting rheuma tisms mill excruciating neuralgias they javc gone lund through bodily distress hat rasped thin nerves and tort the nittclcs utah paled the cheeks and itooped the shoulders Ity the dim light of the sick room taper they saw- n their wall the picture of that land where tin inhabitants are never sick Through the dead silence of the night they heard the chorus of tilt angels TIlt raneer mite away her life from week to week and day to day and she became weaker and weaker and every goodnight was feebler than the goodnight before yet never stial TIll children looked up into her face and taw siilTering transformed into a heavenly smile Those who suffered on the battlefield amid sjiot and shell were i1ot more heroltml hieroiie titan those who in the field hospital in the asylum had fevers which no ice could cool anti no surgery curt Xo shout of a comrade to cheer them but numbness and aching and home sicknessvet willing to suffer confident n lod hopeful of Heaven He roes of rheumatism Heroes of neu ralgia Heroes of spinal complaint Heroes of sick headache Heroes of lifelong invalidism Heroes und lien oines They shall reign forever anti over Hark catch just one note of the eternal anthem There shall be no more pain lilts God for that lu this roll I also find the heroes of toil who do their work uncomplain ingly It is comparatively easy to lead a regiment into battle when you know that the whole nation will ap plaud the victory it is comparatively easy to doctor the sick when you know that your skill will be appreci atcd by a large company of friends tndrllathes it is conipurittitei easy to address an audience when in the gleaming eyes and Mushed checks you know that your sentiments are adopt ed Hut to do sewing when you ex pect the employer will tome nnd thrust his thumb through tIll work to show how imperfect it is or to have the whole garments thrown back on you to be done over again to build a wall and know there will be no one to sny you did it well butt only a swearing employer howling across the sea Told to work until your eyes art dim anti your back aches antI your I tart taints and to know that if you stop before night your children will stnrvx ah the sword has not slain fn many as the needle The great battlefields of our civil war were not Gettysburg and Shiloh anti South Mountain The great battlefields were in the arsenals anti in the shops anti In tlm attics where women made army jackets for a sixpence They toiled on until they died They hall no funeral eulogiiim hut in the name of my boil this lIly I enroll their names among those of whom the world was not worthy Heroes of the needle Heroes of the sewing ma chine Heroes of the attic Heroes of the cellar Heroes and heroines Bless Goal for them In this roll l also find the heroes who have uncomplainingly endured domestic injustices They are men who for their toil nUll anxiety have to sympathy in their homes Ex hausting application to business gets them a livelihood lint an unfrugal wife scatters it He is fretted at from the moment he enters the door imti he conies out of itthe exasperations of business life augmented by the exasperations of domestic life Such tacit are laughed nt butt they have a heartbreaking trouble and they would have long ago gone into appalling dissipation but for the grace of Cod Society today is strewn with the wrecks of men who under the north test storm of domestic infelicity have been driven on the rocks There are tens of thousands of drunkards to tiny made such by their wives That is not poetry that is prose Hut Hie wrong is generally in the opposite direction You would not have to go far to find a wife whose life is a perpetual martyidom something hear ier than the stroke of a fist unkind words staggering home at midnight and constant maltreatment which have left her only a wreck of what she was on that tIny when in the midst of a brilliant assemblage the vowswere 11I1ellallll full organ played the wedding march natal till carriage rolled away with the benediction of S l F the people What was the burning of Lntinier natal Uidley nt thin stake compared with this Those men soon became unconscious in the tin butt there is a no years martyrdom a 0 years putting to IalhIt uncom plaining Xo bitter words when till lollleking companions at two oclock in the morning pilch the husband dead drunk julIo till front entry Xo bitter words when wiping from the swollen brow the blood struck out in a midnight carousal llending over the battered mill bruised form of him who when he took her Irma her fathers home promised lute mill kind IICSH and protection yet nothing hilt sympathy anti prayers and forgive ness before thutv are asked for Xo bitter worlsilln the family 1ible goes for mm mill the pawnbrokers shop get s the last decent dress Some tIny desiring to evoke the statryof her sorrows you say Well how are you getting along now and rallying her trembling voice and quieting her quivering pilie says Pretty well thank you pretty well SIte never will tell you In tho delirium of her last sickness she may tell all the other secrets of her life time but she will tint tell that Not until the books of eternity are opened Oil the throne of judgment will ever be known what she has suffered Oh y who Ire twisting a garland for the victor putt it on that pale brow When sitar is dead the neighbors will beg linen to male lien a shroud and she will carried out in a plain box with no silver plate to tell her years for slit has lived a thousand years of trial mill anguish The gamblers anti swindlers who destroyed her husband will not come to the funeral One tar riage will be enough for that funeral one carriage to carry the orphans and the two Christian women who presided OWl the obsequies Cut there is a flash and the opening of a Celestial door and a shout Lift up your head ye everlasting gate natal let her come in And Clirist will step forth nnd say Come in Ye suffered for me on earth lit glorified with me in Heaven What is the highest throne in Heaven You say The throne of the Lord lill1 Almighty anti the l imb Xo doubt about it What is the next highest throne in Heaven While speak it seems to me it will be the throne of the drunk ards wife if ship with cheerful pa licHen endured all her earthly torture Heroes mill heroines I Itttilahsai in this roll time Iterates of Christian ahiatitysaVe all admire the George Pcabodys nnd the lames Len oxes of the earth who give tens and hundreds of thousands of dollars to good objects Ruth I am speaking now of those who out of their ppinched erty help othersof such men as those Christian missionaries at the west who proclaim Christ to thin people one of them writing to the secretary ii Xew York saying I thank you fati that 5 Intil yesterday we have hail no meat in our house for flirtia- itatttthis We have suffered terribly My children have no shoes his win tar And of those people who have only a unIt loaf of bread but give a piece of it to others who are hungrier and of those who have only a scuttle of coal limit help others to fuel and of those who have only a dollar in their pocket and give 23 cents to some body else and of that father who wears a shabby coat antI of thnt moth er who wears a faded dress that their children may lit well apparIed Vol call them paupers or ragnniullins or emigrants J call them hiroes and heroines You anti mal not know where they live or what their name is God knows nnd they more angels hovering over them than you aunt have and they wil have a higher sea t in Heaven They may have atitlyVt cupful of cold water to give a jtoo traveler or may Inure only picked splinter from under the nail of a childs finger or have put only two mites into till treasury hint the Lord knows them Considering what they html they did more than we loire ever done natal their faded dress will be come a white robe anti the small room will be an eternal mansion and the old hat will be exchanged for coronet of victory and nil till applnuse of earth nnd all the shouting ol Heaven will be drowned out when huh rises up to give His reward to those humble workers in Ilk Kingdom mill say to them Well done good and faithful servant You have nil seen or heard of the ruins of Melrose abbey suppose in some respects they are the most ex quisite ruins on earth And yet look itmg nt it I Wlli mint so itaitresseulyoI may set it down to lariat taste lint I was not so deeply stirred as was at a tombstone at the foot of that ahthaev the tombstone placed by Walter Scott over the grave of an old man who had scrred him for a good many years in his house the inscription most insig nificnnt nnd I defy any man to stand there nnd rerd it without tears earn lug into his eyes the epitaph Well lone good and faithful servant when our work is over will it be fotunii that because of anything we have done for God or the enurch or suffer lug humanity that such nn inscrip tion is appropriate for us God grant it Who tire those who were bravest and deserved the greatest monument Lord Claverhouse and his burly soldiers or John Hrown the ICdinburgh carrier and his wife Mr Atkins tIn iterate cuted minister of Jesus Christ in Scot land was secreted by John Itrown and hits wife and Claverhouse rode up one day with his armed men nnd shouted in front of the house John Browns little girl came out IIlid to her Well miss is 1r Atkins here SIlt made no answer for she coidal not be tray the minister of theGuspel Ha Claverhouse said then you area chip of the old block are you I have some thing in my pocket for you It is a nosegay Some people call it a thumb screw haut I call it a nosegay Ant he got off his horse nnd he put it on the little girls hand and began to turn it until thor hones cracked and she cried He said Dont cry dont cry This isnt a thumbscrew this is a nosegay And they heard the childs cry and the father and mother came out and Claverhouse said Ha It seems that on three have hat your holy heads togethlr determined to dime all the rest of your hypocritical cant ingsnivelingcrewltat her than give up good Mr Atkins pious Mr Atkins you would die I Inure a telescope with me that will improvcyour vision and he pulled out a pistol Now he said you old pragmatic lest you snould catch cold in this cold morning of Scotland and lot the honor anti safety of the king to say nothing of the glory of God and the good of our souls will proceed simply and in the neatest antI most expeditious style possible to blow your brains out John Brown fell upon his knees and began to pray Ah said Oaver house look out If joa are going to pray steer clear of the king the coun ail and Kiebnrd Cameron 0 Lord said John Hrown ince it seems to lie Thy will that I should leave this world for a world where I can love r 4 Thee better and serve Thee more putt this poor widow uomui antI the JIiclplcss fatherless children into minis We have been togctaerin peace a good while anil now tie must look forth to a better meeting in Heaven And as for these poor creatures blind folded and infatuated that stand be lore me convert them before it is too hula and may they who have sat in iudginent in this lonely place on this Idessed morning upon me a pour de fenseless fellow creature may they in the last judgment find that mercy which they have refused to me liv most unworthy hilt fuit fultnalli Amen He arose and said Isabel t hue luotir lois come of which I spoke to you on the morning when I proposed band a hart to you and a re you willing now for thin love of God to let me die She iut her arms around him and said The Lord gave and thin Lord hath taken away Itlesscd is the name of the Lord Stop that sniveling said Claverhouse have hUll enough of it Soldiers do your work Take tint Fire And thin beid of John ItrcMvii was scattered on the ground While the wife was gathering up in hrapron the fragments of her husbands head gathering them up for burial Claverhaiise looked into her race anti said Xow my Rood woman how dIyou feel now about your bounce man Oh she said I always thought weel of him he has been very good to me had no reaanti for thinking anythiii hill wed of him and think better o him now Oh what a grand thing it will be in the last day to see God pick out his heroes and heroines Who are those paupers of eternity trudging oil from the gates of Heaven Who urlIthey The Lord Clavcrhoiises and the Ilerods and those who loud scepters nnd crowns and thrones but they lived for their own aggrandieirent and they broke the heart ol nations He roes of earth hut paupers in eternity beat the drums of their eternal de Ipair Woe woe woe Hut there is great excitement in Heaven Why those long processions Why the booming of that great bell in the tower It is coronation day in Heaven Who are those rising on tin thrones with crowns of eternal royalty They must have been great peo pie on thin earth world renowned people Xo They taught in a ragged school Taught in a nigged school Is that nil That is all Who arc those souls waving scepters of eternal dominion Why they mint little chil dren who Availed on invalid mothers That aiL i taut is all Shin was called Little Mary on earth She is an em press now Who are that great niulti tude on the highest thrones of Hear en Who are they Why they fet the hungry they eh IIIIIIItllI naked they healed the sick they comforted the heartbroken They never found heneIrIlown on the pillow of the sepiilcher watched them God laughed de thrirIdown on these His deal children nnd time day tIll lx rd struck His hand so hard on Ills thigh that the Omnipotent sword rattled in tin buckler as He said am their God and no weapon formed against their shall prosper What barm can the world do you when the Lord Almighty with un sheathed sword fights for you preach this sermon for comfort Gt home to the plaice just where God lint 11Jlllt you to play the hero or the lie Do not envy any man his money or his applause or his social po sit ion Do not envy any woman lie wardrobe or her exquisite appear anee Ie the hero or thin heroine II there be no Hour in thin house anil you do not know where your enildren Ire to get bread listen and you will Item something tapping against the win 1dow pane Go to the window and you find it is the beak of n raven am1 open the window anti thcr will fly in time messenger that fed rlijah DC you think that tIme God who grows tin cotton of the south will lot you freeze for lack of clothes Do you think that the God who allowed His disci pies on Sabbath morning to go intc the grninfield nail then take the grain nnd ruth it with their hands and eat do you think God will let you starve Did you ever hear the experience of that old man I have been young and now am old yet I Inure never seen the righteous forsaken or his seed begging bread Get up out of your discouragement O troubled soul O sewing woman O man kicked and ftiffcd tar unjust employers O ye who mint hard beset in the battle o life and kiuiwnot which way to turn O you bereft one O you sick one with complaints you have told to no one come and get the comfort of this Biib I ljcluttrgive to eat of the fruit of the tree of life which is in thin midst of the Paradise of God PEARLS FROM FISH SCALES Frenchman Seek lnrnlliin for Fat tiiry In Till Cannlr Kind tat Mcalc Vnntril Consul Covert nt Lyons reports to the state department that M Len ret the Frenchman who is manufacturing arti ficial pearls out of fish scales pro poses to conic over to thin Inited States erect works lucre as Mion as he bears tilmu locality where the right Kind of scales can be loath in larjje quantities It appears that scales for this singular purpose should be small and have a silvery hhecn and the brighter they mire the better price they will command TIme consul says that 23000 pounds of these scales can be used annually anti after awhile twice that quantity could readily be util eil Thin present price paid for scales is from SO cents to Sli1 per pound ac cording to the quality and Ihe amount of shiny matter on time scales The inventor of this novel process thinks that a child 12 years old could readily remove four or five pounds of scales a day They must be taken if possible while the fish is alive or has ouilic cently died Those now used are from a fish called the bleak or blay The French manu facturer is apparently only waiting to learn of a place where by reason of unusual conditions large quantities of fish with shiny scales mire taken Apparently what is known as the fresh water herring or thr cuco out at Lake Geneva would about fill the bill PnternnlUm In German Hamburg policemen watch the street cars closely anti If they finala car which carries a shigle passenger more than the number allowed by law the conductor is fined 72 cents Tlmr Have Clinnurd Methodist preachers with the time limit of their pastors removed say the Chicago tribune can never be the pilgrims and sojourners their fathers wereSlim Jones doesnt like the numb mrom an or the inodernied girlell say the Memphis ComnercialApiieal Sifse feeling on the subject is evif ent ly reciprocated I CONFEDERATES MEET Heavy Rains Interfere With the Reunion at Louisville Nearly All of Hie Outdoor Feature of time Ills MrvtiiiK llnv if- A 4ciiMily Ilten- Alianiloiiril Louisville Ky May t1rlic tenth annual reunion of the confederate tcicrans began at LI noon in the spjcnilM new hall erected for this cctcasion by the jieople of Louisville After Ihi opening exercises Mayor Vaer and representatives ofihue commercial bodies of thin city wel comed the veterans and after a re sponse by lien John IL lionlon the opMiliifj tIny oration was delivered by Ifev M rainier of Xew Orleans Lonisvilb Ky lime Hnsincss was thin order of thin day in the sec ond Mssinn of the confederate re union which convened at 10 oclock Thursday morning in Kcimion hall The weather hiltS shown itt signs of Improvement and the rain comes down in sheets at brief intervals Many of the decorations have been ruined by the steady downpour which has now continued for the greater part of three days Xearly of the outdoor features of the re union have of necessity been alian donedCol Paekwood of Louisiana intro duced a resolution providing for the erection in Kitlimonil Va of a mon ument to commemorate the sacrifices and loyalty of tIme women of the Confederacy during the war The resolution stated that the matter should be placed enirely in the hands of Ccn John It Cordon A resolution was offered by hrui Carr of Xorth Carolina stating that the Confederate venterans recognized with friendly feeling the recent ut terances of northern men regarding the army of northern Virginia and that it was the opinion of the Con federate veterans that there is no sectionalism in the valor of the American soldier James Denkins of Louisiana of fered a resolution urging upon the president of thin United States to name a naval cruiser after Miss Helen Could in grateful recognition of her services to the country during the SpanishAmerican war Louisville Ky Jiiiu 1All the of liccra of the United Confederate Vet erans were reelected by acclamation The election was put through in rear ord time the whole thing taking loss than one minute The list of oflkvrs is as follows Ccn John II onion general commanding Lieut Ccn Vade Hampton army of Northern Virginia department Lieut Jen S Lee commanding army of Tennes see department Lieut Cen W L Ca Ixll commanding TransMississippi detriment The Confederate Veterans were called to order at 10 oclock Friday by Cen Cordon lbti A Ivans chairman of the committee on the ISattle Abbey pre uitett lie rehaaart of lie Isshr rap resented He saul that the success of the committee during the past year been more successful than bad been anticipated On May 2fi iwo tle committee hind on hand in crush 10 good subscriptions received jjJ27 making a tatmilof 1244 7 He then rear limiters from Charley lroadway House of New York who promised 100000 in cash whenever an equal sum should In riised by the members of the confederacy say big that he was satisfied of the ful fillment of the conditions made by him aiuhorixing vhe drawing of drafts upon him whenever th money was needed Iouiile Ky Tune 2Tlue tenth annual reunion of the United Confed erate Veterans adjourned sine aImt I 0 oclock The meeting of 1901 will be held in Memphis Three cities Memphis Jacksonville and HulTalo were competitors for the honor ol entrtaining the veterans next year the thou vole showed for Memphis 13iO votes Jacksonville 2M Ituf fain There was o long debate just prioi to thin adjournment as to whether ot not there should be a pantile Gee 1orntz commander of the Kentucky iliviiou announced that it was the opinion of the local committees that there should lie no parade on account of ruin He was greeted with loud cries of Xo and a vote was taken with the result that it was decided to the parade After all the busi ness of the convention had been dis posed of dipt Cm Carnes of Mem phis took the floor and urged a re consideration of the vote by which it had been decided to hold a parade itainlylives and cause others to become ill It was finally decided that no pa rade should be held anti the conven bout thec adjourned suit the subject to thin call for the next meeting in Memphis Onjclnlly Ilrrlnrril n I rnvr Chicago June IIlme sixround bout bitween Kid McCoy and Tommy Ityaii at Tattcrsall last Tuesday night which Keferce Malachy Hogan itwrnlcd to MrCoy at the end of the sixth round has now hern officially declared a draw Time Hut Mutt Volcano Ijiytonvilk Oil May nlThie re markable activity of the mud vol hitar litre is Itttructiiig much at tention During Ihe violent disturb ances hot mud pours over the sides of th2 miniature crater Thirty Were llroivued- Ahmcdahad India June LA pot tioit of tbe embankment of the Sa bermuttee river on which Ahmcda bath is situated caved in while many women and children were washing clothing in the river Thirty lives mvere lost Clhio Mnii tile In Colorado Colorado Springs Col May 31 Dr Hallack S MoHett aged 57 oi Lpier Samitltaskycliaral iere ol consumption His wife and son ic cjtniKinied the remains to Lpper San tiiisky for buurba- uluinotIhIc Carpenter Strike Knoxville Tenn June LThe union crirpenters antI joiners in nil smIte three shop strucK They de mand a 12s per cent increase in wages reduction of hours from 10 to 0 time and a half for extra work and recognition of thin card system Workmen on the new city hospital are involved The rincur Turkey Washington June Iiiue state de partment received n telegram from Consul Latin at Smyrna Turkey sjiy iny that plajjne had broken out there f 3t IT MADE A DIFFERENCE One Instance In Which Society nd Dramatic Critics Did Xot Agree I From the Daily Grind May 8 1803 re hated the Press Mi Violet Honda Waters in the amateur per formance by the Histrion club of Cimille last night dmsplayedan ability and a marvel ous command of stage technique that many t professional might envy It is safe to pro p diet for this gifted lady that if site ever choose to adopt the etage asu career her name will eenme one the famous historyFrom May 12 1900 The Ilugalong repertoire company opened it the opera house last night in 5eldom hans the dear old chestnut been so hiaufiyulonrthe worst offender faing Violet who punched holes in the itle role arid frazzled its edge fn a manner that plainly showed her to need years and years ol training before site will br be anything better titan u back row t ntsi in an amateur show let alone te proud heights of the drama at t oit tbirt Miss Waters ia a frost A Submerged Preabyjerlax The Scottish American tells a 5lr f atminister into after the service t c stranger and asked him what deuo Cation he belonged to I suppose rrs the other Im really what you migbi tai a submerged Presbyterian ttsmiisnrzgtd Presbyterian exclaimel the minUttr should be glad if youd explain Well I was brought up a my wife is a Methodbt my eldest daughter is a Itaptist my son is the organist at a Unitarian chinerhm second alaughitcr sings in a Church of kngland choir and my youngestVgoes to a Congregational Sunday school Hut said the minister aghast you con tribute doubtless to some church Yes contnilautta to ft of them t was the an siren That what submerges me 100 Reward SJ10O The readers of this paper ihiiI e pleaseilpto learn that there is at least one disease that science has been able to tina itt all its stages and that h Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only iiiive cure known to the nieJical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls iatarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous mrfjccs of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving tIme patient sttxngtlm lay butiltiingtap tlueconstituttonand assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have zo much faith in its cairn tive tied they otter One Hundred Dollars lair any ease that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Addrcis F J Cheney 4 Co Toledo O Sold Druggists ix- Halls Family Tills are the best nIght3IayGoedgraciotzs about it Fayio Why MayiJltI would I should think the suit pense would be awful while you were wait ing hU answer 1hiladelphia 1ress Billings You are the last man to play the races Whit do you know about horse flesh anyway StiilsonE ought to know a good deal about it was tn tIme army neilVlived on salt hnnc for moiitlu at a time Boston Transcript Once Enoughi notice that lightning ThursdayLhiilueeClerelanaiPlain Itjtl Times lie lias always run his busi ness like clockwork Vrs anti now his creditors have wound it ui Philadelphia Uullelin 1 S K Ifcddtrin Columbus Ga writes Ioccasionally girr a Trrtliin1 Powder to keep my teething childV gums softened TIme sponge tirulilom men gcncuahlyauwehls with pride when made ti take water Xorristuwn Herald A child sometimes grtaon the wrong track because of a miiluccd switch Chicago Doily Xews heingkas siniptc as washii ih yom UMl PT JIJI F KELESS 14 ts4 mi V all druggists Premeditated smart sayings nearly always contain touonAtchton Globe Better Blood- BetterffealthIf you dont feel well today you can be made to feel better by making your blood better Hoods Sarsaparilla is the great pure blood maker That is how it cures that tired feeling pimpes sores salt rheum scrofula and catarrh Get a bottle of this great medicine and begin taking it at once andsee bowquickly it will bring your blood up to the Good Health point Hoods SarsaparillaVIs Americas Greatest Blood Medi- cineABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Boar Signature of Sea FeeSmite Wrapper Below T7 aaU end a ea17- 1akeig FoKuMcNLCARTERS ITTLE ro HUI1SKH IV P FOR TORP1I LIVER LiLLreR CIMSTIPATIOR SALLIW SUH FORTHECOMPLEXIIR JPiTclTTefetaao r CURE SICK HEADACHE E rery shop factory and famiiT tooli always ba- rePalmers Lotion on hand for wounds bruises stings of insects BURNS c are sure to happen See large cir cular Use Lotion Soap at all times At Druggists only BE INDEPENDENT I SNJoqvirmaintIntoeoP anneiuy Oonl profit In foOl oranges itotrvtn poultry ant clock raUlnrCath demand lor product Educational vantages unexcelled Irrigated cft r pay and ever LeTelIsnd9wltbwaterngbufreo from bnsbmones and In populated com manttlea at from ratata per acre send lastamps for aLintramq pamphlet ta J ki russUi curo Use Certain Cough cure Price 25 ceit I HlttKt tUt Best Coogfj Srrnp In time Sold bf drogsltaICONSUMPTK I it k ti5iTV at tI I 4 1 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO VINGSV1LLE KY SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I flhlRSDAYJUNE7IIXX- a No majority hUll a divine or any other right to rule wrong o CONGRESS will probably adjourn for the eutntnor vacation this week DICKEY CltllKKU 18 out Q nil in tervicw red hot for Bryan Bryan hadnt withdrawn from the race at lust accounts CUOKIR III a Democrat for reve nue only Hence why should ho be encumbered by such measly things BB principles RICH and Reeves say Neely hud n pan nor who got 15000 of the Cuban swag The people would like to know who he is Till Atlanta Journal nominates Editor H in fit of the New York liiunmt fur second place with llry ii n Wouldnt Bryan und Hurst be s n nireinryynllery npplaugefrom th gnllery fort of ticket Dr rTHE rmirl of Appeals passed the contest cases for the minor State ollifes uniil the September term t unless tin two fides ngrec to hare i them mlvHiiced for D hearing Both fidrft lire said to be surprised at U thr Courts action GOT TAVUIK it is said is not anjJ nrpirnnt for the Republican nomi for Governor John NT IITI announced that he will 111lion the nomination The Re zt couldnt select an abler 4 man- r=4 IAVOI JOIIK GAKNEK of Win chestrr who supported Gocbel last full says iliut he will not again pippurt tle Democratic party tick t et until llie election law is amend d ed nnd civil liberty restored in Kcn tutk11wr4 are oceans of men 4 r fvt liiijr the same way If M cruoruLiTAN spoils are not suf ficient lor Tammany and it has 1ctlnflud d to make a speculative I 1htmtntin llryanism in the hope may get on Uncle Saws t p yroll too For spoilshunting Tammany is the greatest master thnt ever followed the pursuit J GEX JOSEPH H LEWIS exJudge4 tif the Court of Appeals has an nounce for Governor W B I Smith of Richmond has also an nouuced and id in favor of amend ing the Guehcl law Jas D Black if Barbourvillc is another an tiiuuaced candidate Beckbam is up against it siire Tnt British with about five sol Jt ilkr to the Boors one and with t 5 unlimited wen and resources to draw on have overcame iho Boers yj i Uvof course will put the fetters 4RnihewitiIIh1yLreanwpotcnt lq amuority of the population of the country they won from the wilder ness and the savages It is an im- periali crime that will bring its own I retribution some way and somehow fjI A PAUIS dispatch says the Span ish Infanta Eulalle was granted legal separation from her husband I Don Antonio of Orleans last Thurs S tiny and she will reside in Paris twith her mother the exiled ex r Queen Isabella Americans take mt interest in the fortunes of Eu I3ohie since she was the nations of honor as the representative V of the Spanish royal family at the Columbian Fair at Chicago I TnE great common people may not be able to understand the technicalities and intricacies oft the law but they can understand IIhatTaylor with 193714 votes to GoebeT 1331 went to the courts for justice and they denied it on the grounds that they couldnt question the acts of a partisan ma I jority ii f a coordinate branch of the State governmentthe General Assembly 1iI THE Chinese patriots known as Boxers have risen in rebellion uguinst the Imperial government i which has lost its head and is fast losing its tad The Boxers seem q4 to be nniniJted by the sentiment of China for tbe Chinese and are dill gusted with the cowardly policy of t1b their Government in conceding to c foreigners pretty much whatever s is demanded with a show of force 4j AncnuLDo has been killed again bthistime more fatally than usual w though not perfectly certain Ma jor Marchs party of 100 got on Aguinaldtio hot trail and after a 5 p chase came upnt Legat with his supposed band of 125 who were 4 fired on and the apparent leader fell off his horse dead or wounded r Tbe other insurgents carried the body away with them The hore ridden by the man who was shot was caught and among its rich equipments wa a pair of saddle bags with Aguinaldos diary and private papers II SWITZERIAKD is alarmed for her i industrial future and the question nf a union with the United States hits been seriously raised by a Swiss journal whose expressions on the b subject have been widely copied in other Swiss journals with comments I by some of them The apprehen iJs sion arise from the apparent ne iTd cessity of England to meet the 1costof the Boer war by tariff taxes on imports Switzerlands indus v tries thrive principally by reason iofBritish free trade and a British 4 I tariff threatens their ruin A trade Alliance with any European nation 4 f it is feared would jeopardize Swiss lp republican independence Hence a union with tIme United States as a means of preserving Swiss free I dom A proposition of that sort 3 made by authority would be enough to take Uncle Sams breath 1 f dyJ J w r i4t r I td p f 4 ttr j IT 11i developed last week that time Franklin grand jury did return an indictment ngzmumst Gov Tijhir hut it wasnt entered fur public record according to what eitms to be tile law Gov Taylor like has Finley is still in Indiana Iliad will evade arrest for till renton that he would probably bu thrown into jail refused liail mid subjected to hu miliation at the bauds of the par tisans who Ire running matters to suit themselves SKNATOI OMS of Arknn would make a bushel of trouble for US Commissioner leekitt the Paris Exposition Jones says Peek IIIs accounted for amity 100000 of the 1400000 appropriated for Uncle Sums show at the French migNeulywardbud idea to make all the boys who arc in n position to knockdown on fares to show whether Ihcure giv ing up half or tint THOMAS C CAJIIIIIIL otlicial Goe belito persecutor of the Republican party had to stand n number of arraignments jit different bars where he practiced on charges of disreputable practices in law taut term anti was again under investi gation recently at Cincinnati on a similar charge Some eminent titan probably Judge Vm Taft is cred ted with saying that Campbell goadlawyeru CORRESPONDENCE Shorburno John A Vice in dangerously ill Mansfield Viee and Ben Siiclling attended the Confederate reunion at Louisville lust week A large crowd attended the Chil drens exercises Sunday evening and were highly entertained The best tobacco season this see tion has enjoyed for years came last week Most of the farmers are done setting Naylors Branch There is a great deal of tobacco set in this community Wm Horseman bought a heifer of Julius Bailey for 2i The wheat crop is looking well since the ruins last week Joe B Lathrum and family of Prickly Ash visited Gee Luthrnni Sunday Dont forget the Sundajschool at Slate Valley every Sunday after noon at 3 oclock There will be prayer meetingat Slate Valley every Wednesday night Everybody invited to come Licking Union Another wedding in the near fu ture Mrs John McKinney continues very poorly Tom Cockram and Charlie How erton left last week for Illinois Mrand Mrs John R Cummings of Pennsylvania arc visiting rela tires here John 1 Ellington of Rowan Co attended Sundayschool and class meeting hero Sunday Allic Weaver who accidentally shot himself in the thigh while fool ing with a revolver last Sunday week is able to be up again Preston A number of our young men took advantage of the low rates Sunday to visit Huntington Misses Etta Thomas and Minnie Hall two charming young Indies of Ewington and Mt Sterling respectively have been visiting rel atives of the former here the past weekMr and Mrs Jas Turley Col Geo Ewing Joe Williams George Barnes Samuel Nixon and son Crow were among those who at tended the Confederate reunion at Louisville lust week Bro T S Tinsley gave us a splendid sermon Sunday afternoon His sermons are to the human heart and mind as the gontlc spring showers are to the earth enlivening and invigorating them for the trials nnd temptations that we are heir to Hlllsboro James Shepherd is building a new dwelling Palmer Hurst is the census enu merutor in this precinct Reese Kirk of Minerva visited at Dr Winters Saturday John M Denton and wife visited relatives at Ewing last week Dr R E Winter is quito poorly with hemorrhage of tbe lungs Mrs John Evans is very poorly with no hope of her recovering Childrens day will be observed at the M E Church on the morning of the 3d Sunday in this month Lewis Hunter and wife left Saturday eve for Cynthiana to soc the formers sister who is about to die Dr Robt Pollitt wife and two children left Monday for their home at Minerva after attending the bedside of the latters brother Dr IL E Winter- S Moores Ferry Elder B II Ross preached at Hedricks Sunday to a very large audienceT V census enumerator was around here last week taking the census Mason Manning and wife of Spice Creek Fleming county vis ited relatives here Saturday and SundayE Kimbrell of Jeuersonville came in Sunday to see his wife who is visiting her parents 0 P Shrout and wife r 1c4 T W n+ lII riw IIe I J f A1 = t jw ttr rl r f7 irm1 J III iI T ILl i = = j ID ONT FAIL TO LOOK AT GILLONSif yon wish to iy MENS OR BOYS CLOTHING SHOES SHIRTS UNDERWEAR OVERALLS GiFflosslsOLD STAND MAIN STREET OWINCSVILLE KY 1 L nn r l A good many from here attend ed Childrens day services at Salt Lick Su inlay L McLiiughlin and son Clips ltyof Midland City visited rein tives here Sunday Vo noticed three widowers in Owingsville Saturday looking at the new buggies I wonder whyV But neer a buggy did they buy Say boys did 3our girls go back on you So you were looking nnd thinking How nice tImings might have been Wvo mine Mrs W S Estill is visiting rel atives here this week Mies Jessie Atchison visited at Ml Sterling last week R S Estill has returned from lint Springs a well man again W S Hstill bought a cow and calf of the Widow hobbs for j10 Bro its lcberry preaches here Saturday night timid Sunday next Miss Lidn Tiptons school hits closedand she has returned to Ow ingsville Miss Sudie lox1eyor Sharps burg is visiting her sister Mrs James Gregory Jr Mrs David Wilson anti daugh ter of near Moorefield visited rel atives hero lust week Married near Sharps urg Mr James Gregory Jr of this place anti Miss Mary Moxley May a long and happy wedded life be theirs Mr Editor I hope you will ex disc my absentmindedness last week in not sending any items I forgot who the correspondent was from this place But that would have been no surprise to any one if 1 had been one of the courting set and just after the big bonnet show at White Oak too Crooks Charles Hughes has returned to LexingtonCherries are ripe in this section There is a fair crop Capt Wood attended tho Con federate reuuion at Louisville lust weekEld Sherman Paxton will preach at Preston Sunday afternoon at 3 oclockA crowd attended church at Union Sunday it being Chil drens day t 4 Now is the time to subscribe for tho best paper in the county Tim OWIXGSVILLE OUTLOOK A muchneeded and longprayed for rain fell last week it revived vegetation considerably Some few finished setting tobac co lost week There will be a large crop transplanted in this neighborhood Elder Tinsley preached an able sermon at the Preston schoolhouse Sunday afternoon Ho will preach at Sugar Grove next Saturday night and at Kendalls Spring the fourth Sunday at 3 oclock A mnddog bit Chns Craycraft Friday evening The bite was be tween tho kne and ankle and pained him considerably He went to the madstone Saturday and it stuck to the place fur times Flat Creel John Arnold sold a suckling colt for 60- John Shrout of Morehead was a caller here Sunday James Clark of Prickly Ash was here Friday on business Elder Parker preached to n large crowd at Fassetts Sunday The farmers intro transplanted their usual crop of tobacco Mrs Lucy Talbott neo Lucy Bigstaff is poorly with lung trou bleLeeYoung and wife of Mont gomery county visited here last week Wm Cravens has moved into his new house that he has just com pletedCharlie Myers has 18 acres of corn thatis said to be the best in Kentucky The cut worms are playing havoc with tho young tobacco plants in this vicinity Thomas Wade of Montgomery county and Mr Secrest of Flem vicinitylastW D Darnell and wife of Odes sa were here last weeu mixing with their relatives and many friends they made while living here One night last week while our clover merchant and clerk were called away some villain who would rather howl hard times and steal than work macban attempt to break into the Flat Creek store Fortunately the clerk stepped in before they completed an entrance Died May 26th Mrs Jno Leach of near Judy aged 25 She was n daughter of Ben Morgan of More head and once lived at this place She was n member of tho Christian Church mind was truly n good woo man She leaves a husband and three small children and a host of warm friends to mourn her loss Interment at Mt Sterling cemetery S Sik i Grange City Fine tobacco season hero last week Dr Wm O Phillips moved into Mrs Cutrights property last week Leona Phelps has returned from a visit to relatives in Hath county- A fairsized crowd attended lee groundWS E Bradley and wife of Wyoming visited time latters brother Eli Oakley Saturday and Sunday The Union tidayschioulcon vention will he held hero next Sat urday June tith Every one is invited Charles Barber began taking the census here last week So bo ready to answer tho questions that ho will ask We ire sorry to hear of tho ill ness of Dr RE Winter of thus boro timid hope he will bo out in few days- J nI D Myers wire anti daughter of Wyoming passed through hero Saturday to visit his patents near Flemingsburg Charles P Duley of Flemings burg stopped with Dr W O Phil lips on his return from n visit to relatives in Bath county George Phclps and Mat Newman went to Mt Sterling lust week to get the machinery for the Machine shop und it will soon he in opera ton for nil kinds of machinery Cram gs Fruit is falling olF badly We have had two or three good rains which were much apprecia tedSam Conycrs wife mind their two little boys Chester and Frank of Slate Valley wore guests of the family of Sum Shultz Sunday Chris Garner wife and little daughter Lottie of near Slate Vul hey visited Mrs Garners parents Felix Warren and wife Sunday Your scribe attended the decora tion of the graves of the old sol diers at tilts Old Fields burying ground Their graves were deco rated with tIme Stars and Stripes Elder Kendall delivered two very appropriate sermons suited to the occasion ending with prayer nail singing Nearer 11 y God to Thee after which dinner was served not scantily but plentifully for every bodyand everybody invited They say Kentucky has go4ii Governor and I w isli r say u ftw words to the liberty loving people of Kentucky The State is over one hundred years old nnd never until now hits tho honor of tin proud Old Commonwealth been trailed in the dust Men Oo free guard the light of suffrage Fur the day it is surrendered the republic dies What was secured by the bayonet must be preserved by tiid ballot Ken umekians have long boasted of their line horses and Shorthorn cattle their beautiful women and brave met but shame shame on a Kuntuckinu who would usurp the rights of a brother I I pity him Ho has forgotten the Golden Rule He is not a Demo crat for they are above that they dont stoop so low I know he is not a Republican for they believe in equal rights to all men and special privileges to none Ho must be what Knob Lick calls a Plu tocrat SharnsDurg T F Triplctt of near Mt Ster ling was here Wednesday Col R L Thompson was in Mt Sterling Saturday on business Mrs Sim Grain of Farmers vis ited her son Charles here last week Everett Burkley who spent the winter in Florida returned home ThursdayJames Jones and wife were visitors Saturday and Sunday in Bour bon county The census enumerators here started on their rounds Fridav morning June 1st t Lije Tnulbee A G Spratt and William Smothers were visitors in Mt Sterling Saturday O B Sprntt and wife John Spratt and wife were visitors at Mt Sterling Saturday Ben Triplett was in Mt Sterling Saturday lIe is taking Dr Mor gans treatment for his eyes Chas Eicher of near Judy passed up from Carlisle Sunday with his best girl Miss W Misses Lena Howard and hattie Triplett arc spending several days with friends near Little Rock this week Miss Laura Withers left Satur day for a severaldays visit to her cousin Miss Sadie Nolcini at WinchesterSeveral our farmers aro done setting tobacco once but what the cut worms ore doing for some of it looks like they may have to finishagain The friends and relatives of Mr and Mrs Jacob Warner here are sorry to tear of the critical illness of the latter and hope she will be spared mummy years Chas Jett and sister Erne of near Ruddells Mills Bourbon Co and Miss Brucie Wren of Shady Nook Harrison Co were guests at SI Howards on Monday tz iri it 1tKt a Several persons here are going to Mt Sterling to be treated by the grunt Osteopathist Dr Morgan Tho Knob Lick correspondent strikes the keynote when ho says all should unite in one common cause to free this State from boss ism and oneman rule Yes every voter regardless of past party af filiation should take a personal Interest appoint himself a committee of one put on the armor and tight till the battle is won and time last vestige of that detestable Gocbel law shall be expunged from tho statutes and time rights of civil liberty once more restored to our grand old Commonwealth Howards Mill- Work ray buys look labor boldly in the face- Arthur Barnes is boarding at the Soldiers Home Do unto others as you wish to be done by them Green Dennis of Sidevicw was with us a short time Thursday MrsJ Walter Peak of Chatta nooga Tcnn is visiting her ninth er Mrs Henry Under general article of war 137 pence was declared at this place but only temporarily J D and Walter MeCnnn of Fayette Co are visiting at their grandmother Henrys It M Montjoy has ten acres of his tobacco set and ten more to set yet Bob has a fine prospect for aI good tobacco crop this year Will some otto ask Dr Clark when there will bu preaching at Howards Mill again Wo hadn fine crowd tho other night but not quite so large Win Mallory lost his buggy mare Thursday She lay down and got her feet in some barbed wire which cut her so badly she had to be shot We deeply regret the loss of our neighbor and friend Joe Smith has established a place across the creek called the Orphans Home He has several patients Anyone that is disabled ill any way can find rest there and till medical aid Uncle Joe is a good nurse and dont charge one cent for his trouble lion Edgar Smith n prosperous young fanner of this place hums ac cepted n position with nn Ohio iirm Ed will sell Hour bins only which every housekeeper needs We wish you much u e9sldI- Iniln lingitid happy lice through the higlitoppid hills SWeet Old Ken tacky Odessa No tobacco seHfon much in this neighborhood yet Or A W Jones was in Louisville ooJnisiness Wednesday K Sundayschool was organized nt the church Sunday evening Thoe L Jones Superintendent AT Jones wifo and children of Prickly Ash visited their moth er Mrs Ruth Jones here Sunday J W Darnell and wife visited their daughter Mrs Juts Powell on Flat Creek Saturday night nnd SundaySome three or four Mormon eld ers have been holding services at tho lower schoolhouse for the past few nights Joseph IL Jones loft Monday after a weeks stay with friends here for Lexington Bible College to resume his studies W D Darnell nnd wifo visited their daughter Mrs Robt Oakley on Flat Greek from Thursday of last week until Sunday Those whom we remember of attending the reunion Louisville from this vicinity were J II And r80n J B Jones G W Boyd Jas Maxey J II nnd J T Power Old Aunt Amy Hornback from old age and other afflictions hits been very poorly for the past week On Sunday night of lust week she took influenza later on pneumonia sot up and at this writing she is dangerously sick and not expected to live J B Jones after spending a couple of days at the reunion at Louisville left there for Kansas City Mo and will visit friends and relatives in the West for while and take a rest from labor If he is married when he returns we will let you know it G W Boyd and J II Anderson on their return from Louisville last week visited J L Darnell and H B Anderson at Kentucky Uni versity at Lexington a day or two and the former also paid his uncle W O B Donaldson a visit at Winchester the last of tho week Those who attended the Dedica tion at Olympia Wednesday from this community wore Misses Ida B Anderson nnd Lucy Vanland inglmm Mrs Elvira Williams and son Master Herman Mr and Mrs J Frank Jones Mr and Mrs John H Jones and J S Anderson All report a nice enjoyable day On G W Boyds departure on Tuesday of last week for Louisville his big dog Judge missed him setup a howling and left at once on the hunt of his master and hasnt been seen nt home since lie is n noted dog of the large bull stock vicious looking but perfectly harm less of a muddy white color and weighs 130 lbs Any information as to his whereabouts will be thankfully received by Mr Boyd 0 I J Bethel Allen Judy attended the com mencement at l iIIcr burg Mrs John Gossett has been quite sick tor the past week nut so well lIt this writing Miss Julia Vice aged 85 years wus buried hero in Longview Cem ttery Tuesday May 29th Uncle John A Vice and his wife an aged couple are very low death momentarily expected Miss Gertrude Whaley Ohio Ar rusmith and Garrett Judy are at home from Millersburg College Miss Lillio Letton came home last week from London Ky where she had been teaching for the past yearMrs Ed Ratliff is quite sick Mrs John Hawkins is on time sick list Mrs John Gossett is n little betterMrs C B Williams and her mother Mrs Frankie Cannon spent last week with friends on Upper Suit Lick Miss Hortense Letton Charles and Clyde Gossett and Morris Ar rasmitb arrived home Wednesday night from Wilmore College Miss Mary Lancaster left Tues day of last week for Louisville to attend the reunion nnd to visit her sister Mrs Dr J D Davis who is still at the St Joseph Infirmary Miss Bculah Shankland and Miss Scobcc of Mt Sterling were guests of Mrs Morris Evans Sunday The Misses Orear of Mt Sterling were guests of John CHnkenboard Sun day Allie Robertson and wife W R Peters wife and daughter Mrs Rome Kirkland of Carlisle Will Peters Dr Storm and niece Miss Sallie Stone Mary Doyle John Webb Dan Palmer and others attended the reunion at Louisville Wednesday May 30tha large crowdassembled at the Methodist Church to decorate the graves of their loved ones Scriptural readings and prayer by C M Schoon over of the Christian Church In Memory of the Dead by Rev A P Jores of the Methodist Church Our Decoration Day by D S Trumbo Other speakers failed to come hut Revs Schoonover nnd Jones filled their places The crowd then marched to the cemetery where with beautiful flowers in pro fusion they covered the graves It whim indeedn lovely and sad scene but let us not lay away all our al abaster boxes of fragrant perfume to break over the dead bodies of our friends lust bring them out while we are living nnd dicer us while we need them Lot us learn to anoint our friends beforehand for their burial Flowers on the grave and cotlln cast no fragrance backward oven lifes weary way I would rather have n plain coffin without a flower a funeral with6ut eulogy than a life without the sweetness of lovo and sympathy Moorefield C W Durham is in Louisville attending the Confederate Reun ionMrs Thos Clark still remains very ill with but little hope of recovery Mrs Stamper Dickey and son Kirk visited Mrs C W Durham last week The good rains followed by cloudy weather have made a very fine season for tobacco setting Tho fruit crop will be very short apples falling off plenty of small fruit only a few peaches Mrs H C Graves is visiting her father and other relatives here while under treatment of Dr Hash Born to the wife of Al West a daughter to tho wife of John Brumagcm a daughter weight 9 Ibs J B Durham and son Charles each sent an old ham to Louisville to help feed the old veterans many whom in days gone by have enjoyed the hospitality of their homes and partaken of their famous hams befo the wah We regret to see in looking over the Mercury that in giving the names of Nicholas countys prominent business men and suc cessful farmers it mentioned those in Carlisle and vicinity mostly We have many In this little village and neighborhood who are worthy of notice in their county paper that they have regardless of pol itics loyally supported lo these many years While to name nil would make these items too long for the correspondence column yet- I cannot refrain from mentioning a few among whom are Harry Berry a prominent farmer nnd un til within n few years past dealt largely in fine cattle J B Durham has Shorthorn cattle S F Stone has Shorthorn and Polled Angus and is a successful business man A W Durham and Milford Berry are just commencing with fine cat tie and bid fair to tnako leading Our town boasts of three good physiciunsDr Kash Swango and Howe Ther are many fine residences in town and vicinity those of Willie Berry Miss eHeI Crockett S F Stone Miss Ijucy Myers Dr Kash Mrs Mary Howe mother of W Howe founder of Carlisle Mrs Mandy Lambert Harry Talbott and Jacob Hopkins being only a few o I 4Yr P r oo ELAITIBYREIII- I t ARE DEALERS IN J dlesI 3tovosRangcsraibs IiOFMachines 25 Payments Guaranteed 5 Years I GOOD DISCOUNT FOR CASH l REFRIGERATORS ICECREAM FREEZERS 11 CHINA AGENTS FOR SILVERWAREf p jhw V V at S AAI6N eIIYile law l1iiallot opl- eoebeIrjior eontet IItrted- e t l a S S 0 HUGHES YTIIIIA9IS S This work the production thJeei l S newspaper who have S well performed their labor S biased manner a full U SSSSSSSSSS and truthful account the remarkable campaign that ever took place this country With a free pen and a vast fund Incident and record tho authors a fasclnatinr volume S history same time a reliable handbook of facts thatWill be a book of reference come FirstClass Agenta Wanted for Unoccupied Territory Addrcs THE 33 Fourth Street Cincinnati OfcloL S S s s SS SS S SSS SSSSSS Stopstone Childrens day services will he held at Corinth on the 3d Sunday night Dr Corneilison of Georgia is here visiting his old chum H C lIe Miss Vivian Perkins of Mt Sterling is visiting her uucle II C Mend Miss Eva Karrick of Salt Well is visiting her aunt here Mrs H C Mend The Wells Bros of Ewington hero hauling logs anti have got a big job ahead of them Jack Rnmcy and familyof Olympia have been visUmg relatives here since Friday Mrs Sallie IsubcII and daughter of Mt Sterling arc visiting her cousin Mrs Andy Musterson- W G Moore of Farmers was here Thursday and Friday visiting time widow and other kinfolks Mrs T Barnes nnd children of Ewington the guests of her sister Mrs F Myers Jr Sunday IC A Wills of Salt Lick and Ewing Wells of Sterling were calling on friends and relatives here Sunday Mrs Frank Brown and son Clyde orilowards Mill visited her sister Mrs John Karrick Sr hero Friday of last week The owners of the Superior Wire Fenco Machines were here Thursday and made a trade with one of our people for their machines B F Myers Jr is on the sick list down with typhoid fever Hope he will not be down long but get rid of it soon and bo about again H C Mend our returned home Wednesday night for a short stay He was visiting Friday at Saml Estills near Flat Creek Mr Moore says he cant say which of them Mr Cook or him self the best show with the handsome widow but he hopes it is not John Craycraft of Myers Nich olas Cowith his daughter was visiting his fatherinlaw P Steele and other relatives here soy eral days last week Mrs C B Reid attended the decoration services Mt Sterling Wednesday while R Shrout and wife Miss Eliza Maxeyand Miss Alico Williams attended at Owingsville Isaac Karrick who has been tie haulingat Salt Lick for several weeks returned home lust week to plow nnd hoe out growing crop here then he will go back to haul ing at Salt Lick The attendants of the reunion at Louisville from hero were Mrs Ambrose Shrout Mrs Clemant Wells Mrs Perry Knox rind JastI but not least Henry Smith the everlasting Mackerel Our drummer spent Friday and Saturday looking upa farm be tween Owingsville and Mt Ster ling He says he found one that nearly suits him although it only has 850 acres in it j says its small i t f f i t JS Handmade tBU6GV WAGON tm I r t Easy drummer i sssssiI IssS SISSS JUST PUBLISHED Il iSSSSSSof the ttamt IaIUI11UICWE ol ttatlots the century eyes were and art yet turn UT izn F W SCIIAEFKB 41 and E L i4 Ono Larzo Octavo Volume Over 100 llltntmtlmn Cloth Extzag S S 5175 By Man Postage Paid on Receipt of I rIce 6 a Is of Louisville men In an un giving vivid of most S In of have produced most of and at the S used as for years to ROBERT CLARKE COMPANY PUBUSHERS Nos 31 and 35 East SS SSSV d are J were B Mt has Jas S nt Jan same his 1hipperPrlcklyAsh Espy Shrout sold a cow and calf to Fletcher Crouch for 45 4 Miss Ollie Hart of Missouri is visiting relatives in this neighbor hoodV 4 Mrs Henry Mann of near ear lisle visited her suns John nndGua first of the weekVSeveral of the young folks at tended Childrens day services ut Salt Lick Sunday rnnrl Mrs Th is P Honakfr visited relatives in Owiugsvillo Sundayafternoon Alby Shrout visited relative and frichd at Farmers and Salt LickVSaturday nnd Sunday Roy Jackson of Olympia was a guest of Claude Coylc and Johnny Hnaker Saturday and Sunday Mis Nancy Shrout visited her daughter Mrs Richard Donaldson near Sharpsburg last week Died Tuesday morning they 28 k Harrison Swetnam Mr Swetnam had been suffering for some time with a cancer on his face which ultimately caused his death De ceased had followed the vocation of a farmer all his life and was a hardworking honest man and a consistent member of the Christian church All through his illness his suffering was intense but he bore it patiently and often expressed his willingness to respond to the I call of Him that knoweth all things best Deceased leaves a wife and one son and a host of relatives andVfriends to mourn their loss His remains were followed by a large concourse or relatives and friends and were laid to rest in tbe Cart mill graveyard Wednesday at 11 oclock Tho widow son and rel atives have the sympathy oi the community in their bereavement CONTINUED ON FIRST PAGE To those who drink whisky fo 1 pleasure HARPER Whisky adds zest to existence To those who drink whisky for healths sake HAR PER Whisky makes life worth liv Ing Sold by J W Lane Owings yule Ky and Lane Hazelrigg Olympian Springs Ky JAMES ROSSAGENT FOR Home Steam Lattndry MT STERLING KY SATISFACTION GUARANTEED YOUR PATKONAOS 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