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It 0 A PN 141 0 b J t I C 0 t fr 1 J 1e c IltI j o 0 f r F j VI r11t IUInJJtULLr ai t uttook r t J1KIftlr J F HT VOL XX I OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 14 1900 NO 47 GIILONJIrI will during the month of June offer these goods at greatly reduced prices I also have a large stock of LADIES and MISSES SLIPPERS at prices that will close them out this month Come in and see them before you buy I TERMS CASH JAMES G1ULON MAIN ST WINGSVIULE KY aV1j VVps f 5 r When have a news Item or wish to communi OUTLOOKIoft1co C 7 H Vine watch repairing at O C Harris Wheat is on the advance being 72Jc in Chicago Monday M Iron and wood beam D S plows irtBrother Cos 175 each c have bad their turn fCRcrries a rather light one C Harrii for fine watch rI = and jewelry repairing All work 7 I t guaranteed The opening hop at Olympian ISprings takes placo Friday night i June 16th The celebrated SCHWAB blue igrain cradle for sale by Bud and Monday with their trying to the tobacco ISunday last week f v turnout of any des 7 cription go to- f PATTEBSOX CATLETT f lL Seven good citizens of Yale came Saturday evening and joined 1dnwn of P lodge here your order with Brother y A Co for Screen Doors and Win dows The prospect is that the wheat crop wilt be one of the finest ever 1 harvestedinthecounty E C PXRET DentiPt located overJ bours8tol2anilto5pm M RicharC store Office h Some folks are eating new pota toes and thats whatU be eating L rTj tfcem wben their Insides go on n strike r Full stock of Hoes Scythes = Striiwr e h nt lUFother CorT ir I The moon indulged in a Httl evlipe1utdnynight It wan t JItally worth Lunas while bothering about It tbejJparties that have for size style if DRGWCoxsEg b The Flemingnburg Gazette says t J Luke Pettusof the 5aannnnGII t Hews Sundayed In that townleav 4 it g for Lexington Monday Get prices on the Champion VMowers and Malta Double Shovel Plows ajid Cultivators at Eugene Minihan6 41tf Some of the boys bad a little fist andekull fun Sunday night and a walked np to the captains office Tuesday and paid their fare 7 FOR BENT Pasture good fence P and lasting water Field and tim tz eterland Yearlings SOc cattle 80 tjcents perb nd 4c tRozaBCK IBON Co Strawberries are nearly a de 1parted glory of spring but the raspberry season is nearly due i which make a partial substitute Tobacco Growers if you want to know of a process guaranteed to 4keepyour tobacco free of wormsIed for free information to hills4 Brc McFall Ho From sot having their ground reedY aud their plaata being small too afew failed to set out their tobacco during last weeks season Why is it that ono of the get ofi J 6 Brown sold in the fall of 1899 for f280 when to many horses bred I t by other stallion sold for less than 4100 Siosply because the get of J IbSBrown hue the size style and shape Da GW Coma Tbo Weodard aged 31 jears e eoaof W S Woodard died of OB Lick Branch Sun day aid was buried at Xhe family 4 t burial ground Monday J FOB RurGood blue grass and itlaotbypasture with plenty lut d Vlag water Calves and yearlings 8O eta per month i cattle 150 per Month horses and mules 175 IIr- Apply to foreman at the mines 21t Rosa Bra IBOH Co 1 2Jh The old old Story which his crV other name is Albert was on the street Monday selling his Califor ala Mead Help yourself help t yourself could be beard all day 4og pTheBoted stallion J S Brown aka the season of 1900 at the ri tane barn OB upper Prickly Ash The get of this horse bring the 4ibiggest prices You will make no if you breed to this cele brated stallion 7MV Ds G W CONNER The farmers will have to whoop i it up Peter for a while now To bacco and corn both need working 1 and wheat harvest will be on them p of this or first of next tweek i xfi jjjf 41I 324 i r 2 r I q3 9 I p kI p i IJ Judge James D Black of Bar bourvillo spoke hero to a fairsized crowd Monday in the Inter stor hi race for the Goebcllte gubernatorial nominationfThe mass convention of the Goe ool Democrats Saturday to sendI delegates to the Louisville convent tion was attended by about The absence of old and true Demt ocrats WAS noticeable An invitation of the Board of Trustees of the Washington and Lee UniverityLexington Va to attend the dedication of the new law building to the memory of JohnI Randolph Tucker Tuesday JuneJ I9lh 1900 is acknowledged Mrs Elizabeth Stull ngcd 71 years died at the homo of her husband Moses Stull between Olympia and the Springs of gen end debility and consumption Wednesday night June 6th The burial occurred near her home the following day- UNcLIMzDLETrCUSUemainlng in the Postolllco at Owingsville June 12 1900 Miss Peachia Bailey Miss Lucy WThomson Miss Annie Traler Davy Thompson Elijah Teal Ben F Thompson Rev ChasE W Byrd Persons calling for above letters will please suy udvertiiedt J N BIRON P MtTUE OUTLOOK was asked the ques tion sonic time ago who was the presiding olllcer of the Senate af ter the death of Vice President Ho bart We bad no means of finding out just nt the time It has been learned since that Senator Fryc of Maine the President pro tcmI pore of the Senate DIED James Colliver died of eoneuraptioaat his home on Peeled Oak Tuesday night June 5th and was buried the next day at the Buitey Jackson burial ground He was a nice quiet tuttn n farmer hy tKfipntion His 4 widow and sIx children have the pynipulhy of their many friends in their sorrow OCRT DrThe farmers were too busy to turn out in largo num bers Monday and the attendance nt the monthly market was the small est for a long lime The merchants lied a light trade in consequence except the hardware men who were busy in harvesting implements and supplies About two thirds of the 185 cat tIe offered were sold at a little lower price than tho same class have been bringing There was a demand for large mules for harvesting purposes hut none were on sale Several horses changed hands locally Mason TalI butt of North Middletown bought three head at 85 to 100 HJIUFAEE EXCDBSIOK TO PUILA DELPHIA AND RETOOK Republican National Convention Roundtrip tickets will be sold Juno 14th to 18th inclusive good returning until June 26th at rate of one fare for tho round trip via Chesapeake and Ohio Railway tho Rhine the Alps and the Battlefield Line of America Stopover privileges at Washington and Baltimore The F F V Limited over the C tt O Ry Is the only electriclight solidvestibuled train with through diningcar service and observation car For time table ad dress C B Ryan A G P A Cini cinnati Ohio OLD PICKS PBKTTT CHILDREN In a conversation recently concerning her trip to Texas last win ter Mrs Josephine Moores spoke of peoplelhaps one with whom she had no acquaintance Of course they were all delighted to see her and made I her visit one of eminent pleasure She is positively enthusiastic about Jo Ficklins two children and de dares they are the prettiest little ones nearly that the ever saw And she says Jo IP as proud of them as anybody ever was of anything in this world Old Fickas Jo be gan calling himself before he was twenty is certainly to be congratulated on his great good fortune LoUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET By George R Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CoJuno 9 1900 This weeks market has been more satisfactory than any we have had to report for months past Manufacturers who have been un able to use the winterorder tobac co have been taking freely in strong competition with other factories of the redried tobaccos that have been offered on the breaks this week This caused more snap in the bid ding and more activity among the buying trade to secure redried to baccos Receipts are still light and will continue that way for probably two weeks We sold for Mr H Green of Montgomery county this week leaf lugs and trash at 13131275 1150 and 11 Re ports from the planting is that it is general nnd one of the biggest crops set in years PAXTON WAHNEU Elder Sherman Paxton and Miss Lucy Warner were united in marriage by Elder Tiniley at tho hume of the bride Sunday morning June 10th Only their close relatives wore present and Mrs Paxton left shortly the ceremony for a visit to sister of the bride Mrs Ernes Gorham at Millorsburg The wed was n surprise except to the intimate friends of the bridalcou ple though they are splendidly matched young people and their union can not but bo pleasing all their friends The bride is the daughter of Mrs Lou Warner and husband the late Reuben Warner She IB a pretty girl accom pUshed in the domestic arts and beloved by n large circle of friends for her admirable disposition and sweet womanliness The bridegroom is a son of Frank Paxton of near Preston He was educated for the Christian ministry at the Lexington Bible College and has become a popular preacher He has also been in tho furniture and undertakers business here for some years the present style of his firm being Paxton Denton lIe is an exemplary young man and hat bright prospects for n useful end successful career He and his love bride are heartily congratulated the important step they have taken and the best of lifes blessings- are wished them USEFUL BOoKThat Kentucky Campaign or the Law the Ballot and the People in the GoebelTaylor Contest By R E Hughes F W Schacfer and E L Williams Lou isville Ky Illustrated The Robert Clarke Company Publishers Cincinnati O 1900 This work as fur as examined seems to have been written with n view to the general reader a Reasonably full nOlI partisan account of Wm GocbeTs great strug gle for political niarltcry in Ken tuck commencingwith the intro duci n of the GorJM Election bill in the General Assemblyand end ingwith the decision of ibn Supreme Cturt of the United States denying jurisdiction to the Repub lican contestecs A full impartial history of the same is nowhere else to be had and this work is useful accordingly The style is that of the skilful newspaper writer and it holds tho renders attention and Interest throughout In mechanical makeup it is of standard quality the printing paper and binding nil being good The hulftono portraits and other illustrations together with the cartoons reproduced from the national press give it an additional interest Altogether it is book that will be keenly appre ciated by every reader especially- by Kentuckian It is well worth the price 175 PERSONAL Will Stout was at Winchester Sunday Miss Mary Dawson has returned home from Shelbyville College Mrs W Sand Mrs F P Gud gell paid Lexington a visit Mon dayMisses Daisy and Nina Hazelrigg were visitors at Mt Sterling Saturday Harry Kendall left Tuesday to take a position in a foundry at AshlandDr Cbrneilison of Paducab is here prospecting with a view of locating Charley Shrout the Salt Lick photographer was in town Friday- on business f Sherman Goodpastor returned home last week from Ky University at Lexington Miss Iva Denton of Paris arrived Tuesday to visit her brother AN Denton Jack Burbridge of Mt Sterling was a social caller at this office one day last week James Ross was in Mt Sterling Saturday and Sunday the guest of Clayton Howell Jr J MKasb of Frsnchburg vis ited his uncle A S Strothar Saturday and Sunday parInear UdYilat week Major Slots of West Llbertywas here on U S Revenue business Thursday and Friday James Alexander of Carlisle was in town Tuesday shaking hands with old friends Miss Emily Brother returned Monday from a severaldays visit to friends in Mt Sterling Wm Moore and wife of Step stone visited the formers sister Mrs Lide Kincnid Sunday Miss Sallie Stone of Bethel was the guest Friday of Miss Sallie Paris who returned home with her to spend a few days k j ltg k Dr Geo E Tribou came home Saturday from a several months trip selling patent medicines Rev Father De Waegenaer of Mt Sterling was hero Saturday vljtl g members of his church Mrs Turner Perry went Saturday to spend about two weeks with her father Thomas McCIintock at Millcrsburg C C Hazelrigg went to Paris Tuesday lIe is a witness in the case of Uttorback who killed Clinkcnbeard Mrs Walter Harper and littleI son Kelly of Mt Sterling return homo Monday after a weeks visit withrelatives hero Mrs M H Lewis and little son of near Ewlngton came lust week to visit Mrs Joe Spencer near lower Slate bridge Luke P Pottus of the Savannah Ga News came over Saturday from Lexington to see his many old friends leaving Sunday Miss Addio Stewart the popular trimmer at Mrs Etillp has re turned to her home near Reynolds villo the spring season being over Mr and Mrs Charley B Stephens and two children of Mt Sterling spent Saturday and Sunday with John Tincber and family on Prickly Ash Mr and Mrs Wm White return ed home from Winchester Friday It is pleasing news to his many friends that Mr White has recov ered from his recent spell of sick ness Miss Ora May Hart of Roes Run will return next Tuesday from a visit to Miss Victoria Dur uurlm1IwHl James II Lewis of Yocum Mo Ran county came Saturday to Jsiili j Lick to visit his couln Dr H 1L here1Jpleasure of meeting him Mrs Douglas Smith of Coving ton who hud been in bad healtl for some time arrivedrit Olyni Saturday to spend tho SPuv r the Springs Her many frieufij were glud to meet her again DC Wolf Miller a wealthy i cr and large dealer in cuttle of tjir oinsvillc Tenn attended the re cent Confederate reunion and then came over and spent a few days with his friend Col Henry IL Ewing east of town Rev Wnr Crow of Richmond Ky closed a meeting at the Pres byterian Church Tuesday He is said to be H very able preacher He is a brother of the late Squire F M Crow formerly of this county Mrs David Staton of Salt Lick has been in very delicate health for some time She spent last week with her daughter Mrs E Q Wells south of town and returned home Monday much improved in healthMisses Marguerite Reeves and Nina Phelps visited relatives near Moores Ferry Saturday and Sun accompaniedhome ton Carter who is spending the week with his aunt Mrs David Crouch Mrs J M Cline and Miss Edna Crouch of Betheland Mrs Clark Crouch of Upper Prickly Ash were guests of Mrs Amanda Crouch Monday They with the latter and Miss Beachy Crouch were pleasant call ers at this office the same day Wm Haney who has been em ployed for the past two years with Joseelson Brothers loft Monday for Owingsville to accept a position in that city We congratulate Mr Haney upon securing a lucrative position and the gentlemen who employed him in securing his val uable servicts Morehead Moun taineerGeo P Jones who has been en gaged in business in Morehead for the past four years will leave in a few days for his old home Owings yule Mr Jones has endeared him self to many people during his stay here by his genial manner and straightforward business methods Morehead in his going will lose one of her most valuable citizens Morehead Mountaineer HE FOUND OUTTho farmer had just arrived in town What ho asked of his new found friend is a buncosteerer anyway I have seen a great deal about them in the papers Of course replied his friend you know what a bunk Is CertainlyWell is merely a man who steers another man to his bunk when he is unable to find it himself He is a guide a phil osopher and a friend And now that question disposed of I would like to show you where you are sure of getting not less than 50 for 1 if you follow my advice Chicago Post ceS5rls Xjftf Y CORRESPONDENCE CONTINUED mOM FOOBTIt 1AQK Stopstono We had a good ruin last Wed nesday Miss Bertie Hall of Olympia Is visiting relatives at this place Childrens dav at Corinth Churct Sunday Qveninsnext All come Robt Myers of Preston was here visiting his people last Friday Richard Montjoy of Ewington was here Sunday seeing his rel ativesWalter Quisenberry and family spent Sunday with his grandfather John Karrick Jas L Williams and daughter went to visit Hord Williams near Moorefield last Friday Mrs G W Turley Mrs MOBCS Karrick and children spent Sunday with Mrs J M Campbell Mrs McClure of Mt Sterling is here visiting her daughter Mrs B F CarpenterJohn and wife spent Sundaywith his fathorinlaw G W Carter on Salt Well Robt Nixon and family of Ow Ingsrille spent Sunday with his brotherinlaw B F Myers Guess everybody made good use of the rain last week around hero and got their tobacco about all outC A Ragan is painting Mr Reids dwelling and it ia making a big change in its looks for the bet terM Y Kincaid and daughter lies Emma spent Saturday and Sunday with T H Steel and fam iy We see Milton P Lane son of our townsman R H Lane is run 1a hotel in Oklahoma City K1 Tm Williams and fister Mist ffutie were iifrsJ ltilit lija t111C17 Jo L Williams several daj s Lst week Irs Gen W Kinritid went to Qlympia Monday to viit her moth er Mrs J 31 Steele who is on the sick listV OUR SiccMrs Andy Master son and MrR B F Myers Jr are both on the improve and guess will soon be about Dr B Corncilison who hud been here visiting H C Mead left for Owingsville where he says he will locate for business Bro Tinsley of Owingsville preached to a big crowd at Sugar Grove schoolhouse Saturday night He is a good speaker sure Mrs H C Mend spent Friday in Owingsville and Monday in Mt Sterling visiting friend She was accompanied to both places by her niece Miss Vivian Perkins who is visiting her WHO INDEED Who weeps when you are sad and laughs when you are glad and smiles when you are mad The editor Who has to be both kind and wise and never hardly over lios and when he does creates surprise The editor Who owns a heart as well as a cheek possessor of spiritproud yet meek and lives on just 40 cents n week The editor Ex NOT UP IN THE CLASSICS Who is this phenix that seems to have something to do with raisin that Kansas City ball from its ashes Hes a feller from th Indian Territory I believe an I understan theres some talk of runnin him for Vice President New in politics aint he Yep But I guess hes gittin pretty popular I asked Jim Shol tuck who he was an Jim said he was a bird Cleveland Plain Dealer POLITICIANS EXPEDIENT Grow ing tired of his chair one after noon says a writer in Success Speaker Reed surrendered it to an other member and sat down beside a Western Democrat My what a large band you have remarked Mr Reed looking intently at the enormous paw of his Democratic friend who was writing a letter Yes sir said the member and I am proud of it I worked on a farm for so many years that my hands grew large as you see them The Speaker held up his small and shapely hand smooth and white as a womans and said Well I thank the Lord I never worked on a farm Tho member replied You are probably going to run for the Presidency some day Mr Reedand if you do Ill placard that state ment all over the countryand what could you do about it The big fellow mused awhile and said Nothing except to brand you as an infernal liar Exchange x j f t C 2 Gov Taylors Decision Louisville Ky June 7VT S Taylor today sent to the Evening Post from Indianapolis the follow ing statement in which he declines to be a candidate for the Republi can nomination for Governor To tho Republicans of Kentucky At one time I thought and so announced that if the Republican nomination for Governor were ten dered tome I should not feel authorized to decline it But after mature consideration of all interests involved in the con test for civil liberty and of my duty to myself and to my family for whom I must provide I feel that I should ask at your hands relief from the exactions which n nomination would impose For ten long months I have borne as host I could the burdens which have attended this great struggle How much I have endured for freedoms sake low will ever know In spite of all this the will of the people has been overthrown and 1 have not only been robbed but subjected td u merciless political persecutionThe campaign is one of profound importance to Kentucky The ballot must be redeemed The victory won last fall must again be won and the theft perpetrated by the General Assembly fittingly con demned Our only possible redress must come through an appeal to the peo pIe The campaign must bean ac tive aggressive one No point should be neglected Every friend of the sacred cause of human rights should be enlistedITo tho end that the appeal to the people should he successfully made you should select for your candidates ono who may devote all his time and energies to tbeI prosecution of the canvass InI the light of these considerations it is therefore manifest that some other than myself should be your standard bearer While I can not longer be your leader in the battle yet I- mhilI grudIMelUlcr wbrover tI1 sistance may be within my power rot I love liberty none the less be cause ot what I have suffered forI her sake W S TAYLORI Clevelands FriendINew Haven Conn I Benedict the New York banker who recently returned from a trip with exPresident Cleveland has written a letter in which he says The gross outrages perpetrated on the good name of the Democratic party by the present managers of a party by that name with scarcely a vestige of old Democratic gospel left in it makes meat present apolitical orphan I am practically disfranchised by their action while their infidelity to Democratic prin ciples have provoked Infidelity toI the name to such an extent that I greatly fear we can never again succeed under it I am not alone in this orphanage On the contrary I have not a single acquaintance among my Democratic friends with whom I have conferred who does not share this feeling with mo It is also very apparent that this political orphanage is not confined to those of our faith MeKinley is becom ing almost as repugnant to the rank und file of the Republicans as Bryanism is to ui As a temporary choice of evils the former may sur vive the latter but only for H little while The vast and incoming rebel lious elements from tho ranks of both parties having common dan gers are fast becoming common friends and are anxious to become enrolled under one banner But before an organization ofI there elements can be effected it is the plain duty of outraged Dem ocrats to use their best individual efforts in tho absence of organization to clean house by the complete destruction of Bryanism From present appearances it is the only function we can perform in the coming campaign Soon thereafter McKinleyism must surely parish as a punishment for its infidelity to all sound principles of govern ment Then will come the oppor unities for the formation of a great party based on a platform similar to that of the National Democratic party in 1896 which was the soundest and most patriotic ever placed before our people and the Moses to lead it will be forthcoming when the proper time arrives The Bah ballads tell us in sub stance that to enjoy heaven well we should have a few months of hell This great rich country is suffering vastly more from the per nicious action of its lawmakers and the unwarranted action of the administration than from all the lawbreakers in the land but our matchless form of government re mains under which our old party with all its timehonored principles may be born again with re need patriotic vigor with over whelming ranks and quite likely with a new name k Jf EUCENE MINIHAN f MANUFACTURER OFV J Firstclass Handmade Saddles and Harness AT THE LOWEST PRICES ONE SET OF MY HANDMADE BUGGY HARNESS Will wear longer than two sets of other makes They are s fertCY uso and look betterVThere Is no saddle that compares with my KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLES I What you pay for Saddles is not as as what yon get for your money Quality reputation material workmanship is what get In my Saddles every time Mall orders for promptly filled Largest stock of BUGGY WHIPS and DUSTERS at a- very low price Come and get my prices EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KY SAML P ATCHISONDRUCCIST t i FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBflGGOS GlSffiSrHC 4SUCCESSORS UNDERTAKERS dealers in- FURNITURE MASONIC BLDG OWIHGSV1UE PALMER Ie COONStSUCCESSORS TO LIGHTFOOT SHROUT WILL DO YOUR BLACKSMITHINC AND REPAIRINC AT R0CKB0TT0M PRICESV All Work Guaranteed Give Them a CalL MEN AND SnoEsA man in very much like a pair of shoes because both have soqls soles both have been tanned and are often in a pinch With every pair of shoes there is a left a man gets left very often Both men and shoes are made to go on feet and are best when properly mated Shoes often need heeling so do men and both are sometimes sold When polish id both will shine in this world Shoes wear out and are mended men wear out and are men dead to Sotb ave ties and eyes anti are oftejr un down and finally peg out They are trod upon and will tread others Men and shoes both sometimes wear caps and have gap mouths But shoes and women possess a marked common eharac teristic in the length of their tongues Ex HARD UrNews news news news Its enough to give a man tho blues Nobody married and nobody dead nobody broken an arm or a head nobody come in to talk of the crap no one got boozyand started a scrap no one got run in forsaking a horn no body buried and nobody born Oh for a racket a riot a fuss I Some one to come in and kick up a muss one to stir up to the peace laden air somebodys comment to give us a scare Somebody thumped within an inch of his lire somebody run off with another mans wife some one come in and pay up their dues anything anything just so its newsEx MARRIED INTO DEVILS FAMILY The man who told me said thnt this happened up in Winthrop says a writerin theLewiston Me JournalEzry married a woman with the most tarnation tongue you ever listened to Scorcher that tongue was When she bad occasion to rebuke Ezry her tongue would take the varnish off the furniture As a result of his treatment at home Ezry was Inclined to spend overmuch of his time in the tavern He drank other things beside cold water And when be started for home he was in that blissful condition where he didnt care whether school kept or not In that condition I he was in some measure prepared to meet his gentle chatelaine Ono night his wife sent her brother out to play ghost and scare the drunkard into reform Tbo ghost was expected to say in sepulchral tones that unless Ezry reformed he would be taken into hell for sure when he passed over Ezry came up the road across the road tooand he was trolling one of the lusty old songs of revolutionary days He was halted bya sheeted figure U D evenin said Ezry cheer fullyListen to your doom solemnly and in deep tones quoth the specter Zhas all ri1 replied Ezry largo Im a spirit Glad to hear t oP fler glad to hear t Goo spt I suppose If youre good spt I mus stand clever wiz you Im a pretty goo fler I am 1 am a spirit of evil boomed the spook Spt evil Don shay sho Wal praps youre the devil himself lam Pu er there ol boy pu er there Come up t house Shell be gla to shee ye that she will Spose ye know of course that Im married to yer sister Nancy 0 o VV OnDe WHT Tns DUEL WASNT PULLED Castellane Inamous I 1 have found yon at ze last I De Rodays Scoundrel spurn you wiz my foots De Castellane Beast I will not ze bonaire do you to fight zo duelVtogezzaireVDe RodaysDo not zink zatyou do me ze favor confessingyourr cowarrrdice Dnderrstand cot ees I who viii not fight wiz you I VV De CastellanePouf I zat ees what I expected You seek shel VJtaire in a sxbterrfuge Besides r ze Idea 6f totft fighting Mris mine You have no to eat De RodaysZe idea was in mVbead long ago You borrrowed eet from me You borrow from everrybody Beggaire Da Castellane Zen you rrreVfuse to fightVVDe Rodays Certaine I do Do inot zink you can outdo me in politeness You rrrefuse to fightVme and rrrefuse to fight you De CastellaneBut I rrrefused to fight you first De RodaysYou have ze advantage of me in ze queekness of your speech Osserwise would have i rrrefused first De Castellane You are a scounVdrel of ze first wataire De RodaysYou are a gambtaire and a swindlaire and you owe ze butchaire and ze bakaire De Castellane Do you data couple my name wiz butcbairea and bakairea 1 De RodaysI vlll apologize to ze butobaires and ze bakaires InVmy papaira tomorrow Canaille INevair fDeI fightyouVBoth exit breathing bardVCleveland Plain Dealer 4 JAMES ROSSAGENT FOR Home Steam LaUndry MT STERLING KYVSATISFACTION GUARANTEED YOUR PATRON AOB IS 8OUC1TZD Office In OUTLOOK OFFICE PALACE BARBER SHOP jV C P MANN Prop 1 Owingsville Ky I have moved to the pocketone C Harris meatstoreV rjrazorsSHAMPOO oo TO unVParlor Barber Shop In cellar under Owingsville Banking Co Special attention paid to clean and ladles and chll ifhouseROBERT JOHNSON 1c O RAILWAY TIMECAKD EFFECTIVE OCT 181Express Trains for LonUTllle Lexlngtoa Cincinnati Washington New Yorkfand Eastern ClUes TIXK or TWXS Ar PBBSTOX HTAIIOK XASTBOCMD NOM f9ua aNo22 U2pm o2tViOO5pwsTUOO3D NO 11 6xVjNoFor Ing car reservations call on or addrtu Agent C 4 O Hallway PxeJton BUtlea l IJ f5 IS Ii t J L c I J ft IOvInosv1II6Olltlook CW1NGSVILLK KENTUCKY t THE QUIET HOUR I Thou knowest all our trials Lord Each sin and need and grief And Thou hast romtsed In Thy Word Sometime to tnd relief But Thor hittJKt a task for each Ai eoldlrs In k war Who storm cOmejwint the height to reach Through battles thunderous roar Help ns for we are faint Indeed Increa5eSmanna rut our feed And bid our fean to cease From Thy grejt white throre far above Thou dost oi conflict see 0 God of power Thou God of love Our Friend and Helper be Let purity and truth be ours While here we dwell below Accept end consecrate our powers Make every virtue grow Lead Thou through each perplexing strife Be with us all the way Lift up our hearts from death to life 0 Crown Thou each passing day Oh when our hope la burning lowe Ita oil Is tvellnlch spent 5 As up the rugged path we gorocky steep ascent the voice resounding clear victorys thrilling rlrg JTheThy people Thou art near needed aid to bring M Wooon In tnlon Signal 1c1 to A 3t1 rris o 4 4APtlytile in Tht i4irw I tCetyrtcbt 199 by FTennyson NeelyJ 1 I fr CHAPTER XIV CoNTixvcn 0sotime nerd be watted in telling the Ieffect of this u jffnnient to quarten a i Prolific a source of tquabble ns is the i it ruttora ahore it becomes intcniififil afloat and when coupled with it value a o a shaking up and rearrangement of a seats at table all hope of harmony van ished on the instant The two bravea oung army girls still retained their seats at the captains table but two most etti rouble young women Red f Crott runts were dropped therefrom 1andtranbferred t t that of the second officer on the port bide much to the t a a comfort of n rather large percentage Voftheir sisterhood who Lad regarded a tbeir previous rlrvntinn with feelinf of not unmixcid gratification Then V1f officers who had been crntnl with the frrnrraTs t taff hag to vacate in favor of i Mrs Frank and Dr Probor and talent pBihIyGray wjkose father and the chief 0 1 were rbnms and the Red a Cross nurses who bad been at the lint Vofficers table Ycll back to that of the third It was every bit as good as the other but it didnt sound to and they c couldnt see itj and there were faces sour as the product of the iliips balder r when that evening all hands went down to dinner and the silence maintained J 3 or the ominoaty ubducd tone of the talk at the other tobin was in marked contrast with the hilarity that pre 1Tailedwhere sat the grayhaired ruddy I old chief and the laughing l coterie that listened to the fun that fell VVfrom the lips of Wltchie Garrison o Armstrong silent and somber at the w captains right ooklng lorwin1frol1 time to irm saw only one 1 generals table ihnt wa not lighted up f iI with merriment it was the face of tIme boy he envied If rhvy of this kind ever 1 jl entered into hishtyirtand he wondered I he looked tJJillys curly head what could have come ovrr that glad young Vlife to leave so ilcrp a shadow on his handsome face I One night just one week later Arm strongs ryes were opened More titan t once in the meanwhile he had invited i the JOUD oftlltrupnfilllnlt a IItI Billy who three months earlier had been nil a end frankncis protestedr ithlreltlnothing on hit irinil Ie had been very ill that was njl As to k Cankers charges they were simply rot He hadnt tliefnintcst Inkling what had 1 become of the purloined letters any t more than be hadof the whereabouts I 5at his Delta Sig friend young Morton a V row officially proclaimed a deserter I Hut Armstrong heard snore tales of r VTitchies devotions to him in lila ill to ness and tlTe sIowmconvnhtscence that 1 ensued noted hqw the boys eyes fol lowed her about the deck and how a3sV many a time he would seek her side I r neD when other men were reading walking or chatting with her Arm k strong looked with wonderment that a was close allied 1o incredulity and pain l ti= Was U possible 4hat this blithe lad who t had won such a warm interest in the t heart of such a girl as Amy Lawrence Ji ii Jcould be forgetful of her faithless tot her and fascinated now by this selfUh p It ttVSVSan1 shallow butterfly It was incred I ible L Vfluwasit The days had grown hot ter the nights closer and the air be- tweeni fo decks was stifling when the sea S rolled high and closed the ports Offi J J 4 cers had taken to snoozing up on deck in steamer chain By an unwritten law the port side of the promenade f deck wai given up to them after 11 at j night but the women folk had the run of the starboard side at any hour when I decksrra rz two oclock one breathless night to se- etI for himself the condition of things in the hospital under the forecastle The jmain deck was crowded with sleeping i forms of soldiers who found it iropos tf0Ibl to stand heJieat below so on bis t instead continuing along the sfrz gangway he decided to climb the iron ladder from theiaain tothf promenade deck ft would land him at the forward 4 end of the starboard side There he could smoke a cigar in peace and quiet i 1Itwas high time everybody was asleep p5 VBut as Lie head and eyes reached the L1 level of the deck he became suddenly y4 aware of a couple huddled close to 1 7 gether in the shelter ofa canvas irf Jo screen and under the steps leading aloft to the bridge He knew Grays pleadingtf imperative and listening with obvious 1 VImpatience for almost at the instant j rofhis arrival she spoke low yet die 1 Dcs as I say do as I beg you when we reach Manila and then come z4ndsee hovrI can reward frJ ir cITxvV Manila atjast Qeeen city of the aJ j jrehlplago and Manila again be oj I The loveliest of the winter- f I11ollthswBI come The Luneta and the Pasco de gaota Lucia close to the fp1 sparkling waters were gay every even trt v Ing with the fflusic of the regimental i i bands and thronged with the carriages 1 of oldtime residents and their new and i not too welcome visitors Spanish otllerjc cway to enjoy the cool breees that oD swept In from the beautiful bay and take SA wistful peeps at the dainty toilets of il h r Lfii i rUJiJIC 1fl I T rrrijiilli gr f4 1 ir 1 r 4 1 tir4tytttaa i i 1W the American belles now nrriving by every boat from HongKong All the Castiliun iliidnin they might look and possibly foci toward tin Mtldirry of Uncle Sam gave place to liveliest inter cst anil curiosity when the wives anil daughters of his soldiers appeared upon the scene mill there was one ear riage about which whenever it stopped n little swarm of ollicirs gathered and toward which at any time nil eyes were directed that of tin Vliitc Sisters Within the old wallrd city and in the crowded districts nf Itiniomlo Quiapo and San Miguel north of the Pasig and again in J11lO and Krinita to the south strong MgimentK were Matioiiid in rcadincsi to suppress till lint sign of the outbreak so confidently predicted by the bureau of military intelligence In a great semicircle of over 20 miles girdling the city north cast anil south the outposts nail sentries nf the two divisions kept watchful SVupon time insurgent forces surrounding them AtTuinaldn and his cabinet at Malolos to the north bail nil limit declared war upon the obstinate possessors of the city anil haul utterly forbidden their leaving the lines of Manila anil seeking to penetrate those broader fields and roads and villages without Still hugging to its breast time delusion that a semiMalaysian rUt could be appeased by show of philanthropy the govern uncut at Washington decreed thai ile spite their throwing up earthworks against mill training guns nn tin American positions till clieiny should be treated as though they never could or would be hostile and the privileges denied by them to American troops wIre by the American troops accorded to thrin Coining and going at will through our lines they studied our force our amis equipment numbers suppli methods and long before the Christmas bolls hail clanged their greeting to that universal feast day and the Imnm of cannon ushered in the new year all ilnubt of the hostile seni meats of the insurgent leaders bail van ished Already ttierc had been ominous clashes at the front and with every day time demeanor of the Philippine officers anil men became more nail more in solent and defiant Ceaselcs vigilance ami selfcontroluucrc rnjoined upon till soldiers of tin limited States nearly all stalwart volunteers from the far WIt and while officers of the staff and of time halMozen regiments quartered with in the city were privileged each day to stroll or drive upon till Luneta there were others that never knew an hour away front the line of the outposts mill their supports Such was time ease with Stewart regiment far omit toward tin waterworks at till east Such was tin case with the Primeval Puiles on time other side of the Pasip lining tin banks of the crooked estuary that formed the ltuben we were forbidden to rrosr Such was tin cute wilb Canker and time Irenth ill the dense bamboo thicket to time south and so it happened that at first Armstrong nail Hilly iraysaw nothing of each other nnd hilt littler time While Sisters probably a for tunate thing for all Uvcr since that memorable night on the Queen of the Fleet tray had slum ilionsly avoided his whilom friend nUll counselor while tlie latter equally studious avoidance of Mrs Garrison lund hOme observed throughout tin ship The dominion anil power nf that little lady hind been of brief duration us was lo be expected in the ease of n woman who had secured for ber undi vided use the best the airiest and by far thr largest room on the steamer a cabinc ik luxe indeed that fork weeks voyage on an Atlantic liner would hate cost n imall fort titteuLmile 1V 1cawlie knew Guys voice it occe 1 here for a sea sojourn of more than double the time under tropic skirs and while other and worthier women were sweltering three in a stuffy box below it had cost but n smile The captain bad repented him of his magnanimity before the lights of Honolulu faded out astern Time general began to real ize that he had been made a eatspaw- of and his amour propre being wounded be had essayed for a day or two majestic dignity of mien that became comical when complicated with time qualms of seasickness There was even noticeable aversion on part of some of the officers of the Duties who having made the journey from the hay to Honolulu with the women passengers army wives and Red Cross nurses nat urally became the recipients of the views entertained by these ladies Quick to see if slow to seem to see Mrs Frank has lost no time in begging one of the young soldier wives to share her big stateroom and broad and comfort able bedand the lady preferred the heat and discomfort between leeks to separation from her friend Then Mrs Garrison tendered both time run of her cabin during the day and evening cog gested indeed that on hot nights they come and sleep there one on the bed and one on the couch and they thanked her but never came She coddled the general with cool champagne cupwhen he was in the throes of mal de mrr and held him prisoner with her vivacious chatter when he was wen enough to care to talk hut nfter all her most serious trouble seemed to consist in keeping Hilly Gray at respectful die tance He sought her side day after day to Armstrongs mild rynnze as has been said and when he could not be with her was moody even fierce and posltlonIlndshivery dripping sojourn at the San Francisco camp But once fairly settled in Manila the White Sisters seemed to regain all the old ascendency Col Frost hind taken n big cool roomy house surrounded by spacious grounds down in Malale and close lo the plashing waters of the bay Duties kept him early and late at hula office in the walled city but every evening after the drive and din ncr callers came thronging in and all WUchies witcheries were called into play to charm them into blindness and to cover Kitas fitful and nervous moods now almost painfully apparent Frosts face was at times a thundercloud and army circles within the outer circle of Manila saw plainly that all was not harmony betwixt that veteran flutteringbnbfwas gone She looked wan white even haggard She had refused to leave HongKongorcome to Manila until Mar ri Jf f111h4iy tt101 i T r it A garets arrival then flow to the shollci of that sisterly wing Frank Garrir on hind been occupying u room under time same roof with his general hut both general and aidedecamp were nov much afield and Frank spent far more days and nights along the line of block houses t baum be did at home The coin lug of his wife was unannounced und utterly unlookeil for Did consult my husband she exclaimed in stir prise lieu asked time question OIlC clay by the wife of a veteran field officer Merciful heaven Mrs Lenox there was no time for thus except by cable and at four dollars a wonl No Hall iloubt of what mink Garrison will ajor dim exists in my miml go and do the thing nt once I lieu tilt iloubt is settled If be approve well and good if he doesnt well thru Ive haul my fun anyway limit it made little difference what Frank Garrison might think say or do when Xitas neeil came in question It was for Vila that Margaret Garrison so suddenly quitted till Presidio mill imps tened to Hawaii It was for her sate to be her counsel anil protection time elder sister bad braved refusal difficul ties criticism even Armstrongs open suspicion anil dislike to take that long voyage lo a hostile clime That sin braved too her husbands displeasure was not a matter of sufficient weight tt merit consideration She was tinre tc help Xila anil until that hapless child were freeil from a peril that ever threatening seemeil sapping her very life Margaret Garrison meant to stay For tin letter that came by way of Honolulu had told tin elder sister of increasing jealousy and suspicion Oil tin colonels part of his dreadful rag at Yokohama on learning that even there the very hour of their arrival when the consul came aboanl with r batch of letters in his hound be bail Oil for Mrs Frost She lund barely glance at its contents before she was strickei with a lit of trembling tore it in bait a tossed till fragments on the swift ebbing tide then rushed to her state room There she aililcil a postscript to tin long iettcr penned to Margaret on tIme voyage anil tin purser not hei husband saw if safely started on till Gaelic leaving for San Francino via Honolulu that very day That lettei beat time ordinary mail fur the Queen was heading seaward even as tin inc lit came steaming in the cnruIguumurdet1 harbor anil a little packet was tossed aboard the new troop ship as slim sped away one missive in it telling WiUhii Garrison that the man whose lift lund been wrecked by her sisters enforced desertion was already in Manila await ing her coming aitch telling her more over that the packet placed in Geu Draylons hands contained only lici earlier letters In his reckless vvjatl l itrobc bail told her that those whicl liounil her to him by the most solcini pledges those that vowed undying Inv and devotion were still in his hand mill that slit should see him anil then when at last slit reached Manila Three mortal weeks had the sister been there together a nil never once it that time diil Xila venture forth except when under tIme escort of her black brow ed husband or time proteelion ol her smiling witching yet vijjilint Mar garet Never once bail heir house beer approached by anyone who bore rescni bianco to the drcailcil lover AIIaliiii till Callc Real where were tIme quarters nf ninny officers little guards of rrgu tars were stationed for black runiort of Filipino uprising vault with emery few c1aye ami sonic mens hearts were failing them for vfear when ihej thought of the paucity of their niim hers as compared witliftbe thtilllof fanatical natives to whtmumi of human life was of less account t 1111 tIme loss of1 game chicken anil ir whose sign assassination was virtue when it rid oirof foe Already many officers who had weakly yielded lo the importunity of a ilcvotcil vvift was cursing the folly thar leil luau lo let her join him Thr outbreak was iin minilit Anyone could see the Will was sure to come even those who strove to banish alarm and reassure an anxious nation Anil when the Iall to arm should sound duty honor anil law would demand each soldiers instant answer on the bat te line then vlio was lo Ian for the women The very servants in each household it was known were in most eases regularly enrolled in the insurgent army The crowded districts in the city tile nipa limits surrounding time wealthy homes in tin HultllerJienition both were stored in the great stone churches Knives bolos mind pistols were hidden in every house Through the clergy III some instances and foreign residents in others the statement was set afloat that ever American officers residence mapped and marked that the Tagals were told ofT by name so many for each house in proportion to the number of Americar inmates and day after day awaiting the signal for their bloody work were native devotees greeted with servile bows and studied the hnbirs of the of uponinEven women anti children were not Ie hllIrillfhlterror For a time in dread of Ibis nev peril Nita Frost almost forgot tin other but not so Margaret Shut scoffed and scouted the rumor of Fii ipino outbreak She laughed at Frost who all too evidently believed in it Bni was in hourly trepidation lie beggce that the guard at bis quarters might b doubled and was totally unnerved when told it might even have lo be re duced sot so Mrs Frank She mode friends with the stalwart sergeant commanding always hail hot coffee and sandwiches ready for the midnight relief made ita point to learn tin name of each successive noncommis sioneil officer in charge and had a win some smile and word for the sentries ar she passed It wasnt Filipino aggression that she feared The men wondered why site should so urgently hid them see that no strangers Americans were allowed within the massive gates There were tramps even in Ma nila she said When the sisters drove their natty little Filipino tealn flashed through the lanes and streets at top speed the springy victoria bounding perilottheand footman if not even to the seats of those trim whitecoated bigbuttoned Spllnlshbrlonly at certain designated points and only then when a group of officers stood ready to greet them Not once had they been menaced by anyone nor ap proached by any man even faintly re sembling poor Latrobe and Witchii Garrison was beginning to take heart and look upon that threatening letter as a mad piece of bluff when one day the unexpected happened To Be Continued Unappreciated VocalIst youbadit audeI dont know dear but I be Here I would give Ita holiday tilt the man came round then 1 would have it tuned Pearsons JlJ tiTifffji 0 4 THE ROUGH PLACES Dr Talmnge Indicates the Best Way of Getting Over Them omul rroiii n Mrmonililr Inolilrnl In Ihr Saviour Ilfr K lliMTlnn- ClirNt Aol lvvn Smooth Sniling Copyright I y Ioiils KlopschJ Dr Taimngr who is now In Europe preaching to immense congregations in the great cities semis this sermon in which tue describe the rough places of life mind indicates time best means of getting over them anil shows how ninny people fall to understand their best blessings text Mark iv 1 Anil He arose and relinked the wind and aid unto the sea Peace hr still Here in Capernaum the seashore iI lage was till temporary home of that Christ who for till most of his life was homeless On the site of this village now in ruins and all around thin lake what scenes of kindness and power and glory and pathos when our Lord lived here can understand the feeling of the immortal Scotchman lioliert Me Cheyne when sitting on tin hunks of this lake he wrote It not that the wild gazelle Comes down to drink thy Hilo Rut lie tIntS was ntprcwl to save from hell Oft wandered by thy stile Graceful nrnund thce the mountains meet Thou calm reposing am But ah far more time Ixautlful feet Of Jesus walked oer Hire I ean easily understand from time eon tour of the eonntry that hounds this lake that storms were easily tempted to make these waters their playground This lake in Christs time lay in a scene of great luxuriance time sur rounding hills terraced sloped graved so nuiny hanging gardens of beauty On time shore were eastles armed towers Roman baths every thing attractive and hluIIIICIIIRI- IIJlrs of vegetation in smaller space than in almost any other space In time world from the palm tree of the forest to t tie trees of rigorous clinmte It seemed as if the Lord had launched one wave of beauty on all the scene and it liming and swung from rock and hill and oleander Roman gentlemen in pleas ure boats sailing this lake and country men in fishing smacks coming down to drop their nets pass each other with nod and shout and laughter or swinging idly at their moorings Oh what a beautiful seene It seems as If we shall have n quiet night Not a leaf quivered in the air not a ripple disturbed the face of Gen nesaret limit there seems to be a lit tie excitement up the beach and we hasten to see what it is mind we find it an embarkation From the western shore a flotilla pushing out not n squadron of deadly armament norclip per with valuable merchandise nor piratic vessels ready to destroy every thing they could seie limit a flotilla bearing messengers of light antI life and peace Christ is in the stern of the boat His disciples are in the bow and amidships Jesus weary with much speaking to large multitudes is jut into somnolence by the rocking of time waves If there was any motion At all the ship was easily righted if the vind passed from starboard to lar board or from larboard to starboard the boat would rock and by the gllllIet less of the motion putting the blaster pili9wthink no sooner Is Christ prostrate nnil ills head touched the pillow than He is sound asleep The breezes of the lake run their lingers through time locks of the worn sleeper and the boat rises and falls like a sleeping child on the bosom of a sleeping mother Calm night starry night beautiful night Jinn up nil the sails ply the oars and let the large boat the small boat glide over gentle Gen ncsaret But the sailors say there is going to be a change of weather Mid even the passengers can hear the moan ing of the storm as it comes on with great stride and all the terrors of hur ricane and darkness The large boat trembles like a deer at bay among time clangor of the hounds great patches of foam arc flung into the air the sails of the vessel loosen and in the strong wind crack like pistols the smaller boats like petrels poise on the cliffs of the waves and then plunge Over board go cargo tackling and masts and the drenched disciples rush into the back part of the boat and lay hold of Christ and say unto Him Master caret Thou not that we perish That great personage lifts His head from the pillow of the fishermans coat walks to tile front of the vessel anti looks out into the storm All around Him are the smaller boats driven in the tempest anti through itI comes the cry of drowning men By the flash of the lightning I see the calm brow of Christ as the spray dropped from Ills heard He has one word for the sky and another for the waves Looking upward He cries Place Looking Ubwnward He says Be still ThV waves fall flat on their faces the loam melts the ex tinguished stars relicbt their torches The tempest falls steadamid Christ stands with His fookm the neck of the storm And while the sailors are btling out the boats and while they are trying to untangle the cordage the disciples stand in amazement now looking into the calm sea then into the calm sky then into time calm Saviours countenance mind they cry out What manner of man is this that even time winds anti the sea obey Him The subject in time first place Im presses me with the fact that it is very important to have Christ in the ship for nil those boats would have gone to the bottom of Oennesaret if Christ had not been present Oh what a lesson for you anti for me to learn Whatever voyage we under take into whatever enterprise we start let us always have Christ in the ship AH you can do with utmost tension of body mind and soul yon are bound to do hut oh have Christ in every enterprise There are men who ask Gods help at the beginning of great enterprises He has been with them in the past no trouble can overthrow them the storms might come down from the topof Mount Hermon and lash Gen nesaret into foani anti into agony but it could not hurt them But here is another man who starts out in worldly enterprise and he depends upon the uncertainties of this life He has no God to help him After awhile the storm comes tosses off the masts of the ship he puts out his life boat and the long boat the sheriff and the auctioneer try to help him off they cant help him off he must go down no Christ in the ship Your life will be made up of sunshine and shadows There may be in it arctic blasts or tropical tornadoes I know not what is before you lout I know If you have Christ with you nil shall be well You may seem to get nlong without the religion of Christ while i 1 ri cV VJf I everything goes smoothly but after awhile when sorrow hovers over the soul when the waves of trial dash clear over the hurricane deck and the decks ate eroded with piratical dis astersohwhat would you do then without Christ in time ship Take loch for your portion God for your guide God for your help then nil is well nil is wen for a time nil shall be well forever Blessed is that man who puts in the Lord his trust He summIt never be confounded limit my subject also impresses me with the fact that when people start to follow Christ they must not expect smooth sailing These disciples got into time small boats and I have no doubt they said What n beautiful day this is How delightful is sailing in this haunt And as for the waves under the keel of the boat why they only make the motion of tour little lioat tin more delightful limit when the winds swept down and the semi was tossed into wrath then they found that following Christ was not smooth sailing So you have found it so I have found it lid yon ever notice the end of the life of tIme apostles of Jesus Christ You would say if ever men ought tii have had n smooth life n smooth de Pirt mire tIll those men the disciples nf lesus Christ ought to liaise hind such a departure and such a life St lames lost his head St 1hilip was hung to death on a pillar St Mat thew unit his life dashed out with n halbert St Mark wits dragged to death through the streets St lames the Less was beaten to death with a fullers club St Thomas was struck through with a spear ihmeydid not find following Christ smooth sailing Oh how they were all tossed in the tempest John Hnss in a fire Hugh McKail in the hour of martyrdom the Albigenscs the Waldense the Scotch Covenanters did they find it smooth sailing limit why go into history when we can draw fciini our own memory illustrations of tlmtrnlh- of what I say A young man in a store trying to serve God while his employer scoffs at Christianity the young men in the same store antagonistic to the Chris tian religion teasing him tormenting him about his religion trying to get him mad They succeed in getting him mad and say Youre a pretty Christian Does that young man find it smooth sailing when he tries to follow Christ Or you remember a Christian girl Her father despises the Christian religion her mother despises the Christian religion her brothers nnd sisters scoff at time Christian religion shim can unruly find n quiet place in which to say her prayers Did site find it smooth sailing when she tried to follow Jesus Christ Oh no All who would live the life of the Christian religion must suffer persecution If you do not hitch it in one way you will get it in another way But be not disheartened Take courage You are in a glorious com panionship God will see you through all trials and He will deliver you My subject also impresses me with the fact that good people sometimes get frightened In the tones of these disciples ns they rushed into the back part offhe boat I find they are fright ened almost to death Theysay Master ellrlst Thou nol that we perish They had no reason to be frightened for Christ was in the boat I suppose if we hind been there we would have been just ns much af frighted Perhaps more In all ages very good people ret very much af fi lhtrK ItMiT nftcn solo olir day and men say Why look nt the had lectures Look nt the various errors going over the church of God We are going to founder The church is go lug to perish She is going flown tJi how many good people are af frighted by iniquity in our day and think the cnurch of Jesus Christ is going to be overthrown anti are just as much affrighted ns were the dis ciples of my text Dont wory dont fret as though iniquity were going to triumph over righteousness A lion goes into n cavern to sleep He lies down with his shaggy mane covering the paws Meanwhile the spiders spin II web across the mouth of the cavern and say We have captured him Gossamei thread after gossamer thread until time whole front of the cavern is covered with the spiders web and the spideYs say The lion is done the lion is fast After awhile the lion has got through sleeping He rouses himself he shakes his mane he walks out into the sunlight lIe does not even know the spiders web is spun anti with his roar he shakes the mountain So men come spinning their sophistries anti skepti cism about Jesus Christ He seems to be sleeping They say We have captured the Lord He will never come forth again upon the nation Christ is overcome forever His re ligion will never make any conquest among men Hut mutter awhile the Lion of the tribe of Juilah will rouse Himself anti conic forth to shake mightily the nations Whats a spi tiers web to the aroused lion Give truth and error a fair grapple and truth will conic oil victor limit there are a great mnnygood peo pie who get affrighted III other respects They are affrighted about re vivals They say Oh this is a strong religious gale We are afraid the church of God is going to be upset and there are going to be a great ninny people brought into tIme church that are going to be of no use to it Anti they are affrighted whenever they ten revival taking hold of the churches As though a ship captain with 5001 bushels of wheat for a cargo should say some day coming lipon deck Throw overboard nil the cargo and the sailors should say Why cal tnin what do you mean Throw over all the cargo Obsays the captain we have a peck of chaff that has got into this 5000 bushels of wheat and the only way to get rid of time chaff is to throw all the wheat ovcrboanlJ sow that is a great deal wiser than the talk of n great many Christians who want to throw overboard all time thousands and tens of thousands of souls who are the subjects of revivals Throw all overboard because they are brought into the kingdom of God through great revivals because there is a peck of chaff a quart of chaff a pint of chaff I say let them stay until the last day The Lord will divide the chaff from the wheatDo not be afraid of a great revival Oh that such gales from Heaven might sweep through all our churches Oh for such daysns 1iicharhIJaxterenw in England and Robert McCheyne saw in Dundee Oh for such dtays as Jonathan Edwards saw in Northampton I have often heard1 my father tell of the fact that in the early part of the century there broke out a revival at Som erville N J and some people were very much agitated about it They said You are golpg to bring too many people into the church at once anti theysent down toNewBrnnswIck to get John Livingston to stop the revival Well there was no better soul in all time world than John Livingston He went dud looked at the revival They a ftL wanted him to stop it He stooftln tit pulpit on the Lords day and looked over the solemn auditory and he said This brethren is in reality the work of God Beware bow on stop it And he was an old man leaning heavily on his tafTa very old man And he lifted that staff and took hold of the l1Ialllndof that stall andbegan to let it fall slowly through between the fin Ohithollfalling from life falling away from place anti Heaven falling as certainly as that cane is falling through mj hand falling certainly though per haps falling slowlyl Anti the can kept on falling through John Living stouts hand The religions emotion ir tIme audience was overpowering ant men saw n type of their doom as tht cane kept falling anil falling until tin knobof thcanr struck Air Living slons hand anti he clasped it stoutlv nail mid But the grace of Iocr can stop you as stopped that cane and then there was gladness all througl the house at the fact of pardon am peace and salvation Well said the people after the service J gues yam had better send livingson home II is making the revival worse Oh foi gales from Heaven to uss emp nil the continents The danger of the church ol God isnnt in revivals Again my subject impressed ini with the fact that Jesus was God anft moan in the same liming11cr He Is iirthe back part of the boat Oh lion tired lie looks What sad dreams Hi must have Look nt Ilk countenance lie nitis be thinking of till cross to come Look at Him He is a man hone of our bone flesh of our flesh Tired lie falls asleep He is n man But then I find Christ nt the prow nl the boat I hear Him say Peace In still anti I see the storm kneeling at ilk feet and the tempests folding their wings in Ills presence lie Is r God If I have sorrow anti troubh antI want sympathy I go anti knee down nt time back part of time boat and say 0 Christ weary One of Gtn nesaret sympathic with nIl my sor row Man of Nazareth Man of the Cross A Man a Maui But if I want to conquer my spiritual fors P want to get the victory over sin death anti hell come to the front o the iHiat and I kneel down anti I sayV 0 Lord Jesus Christ Thou who elitist hush the tempest hush all my grief hush all my temptation hush nil my sinI learn once more from this subjec that Christ can hush a tempest It did seem as if everything must go tt ruin The disciples had given up tin idea of managing the ship time crew were entirely demoralized t Christ rises nnd tlm storm crfllllhe at nit feet Oh yes Christ can hush the tempest You have had trouble Per haps it was the little child taker away from ollthe sweetest child of the household the one who asked thr most curious questions anti stood around you with the greatest fond ness and the spade emit down through your bleeding heart Perhaps it wai an only son nnd your heart has evei since Ierlllikn desolated castle tin owls of the night hooting among nIl fallen arches anti crunbling stair ways Or nil your property swept away you said I had no much bank stock I had ro ninny government se curities I hind so many houses I had so many fnrron1l gone nil gone Why sir all jthe storms that ever trampled with heir thunders all the shipwrecks hnv not been worse thar this to you Ye t you have not beer completely overthrown Why Chris says I have that little one in my keeping I can care for him as well as you can better than you can 0 bereaved motherli Hushing the tent pest When your property went away God said There are treasures in Heaven in intake that never break Jesus hushing the tempestV There is one storm into which we will have to run The moment when we let go of this world and try to take hold of the next we will want ill the grace possible Yonder hsee a Christian soul rocking on time surges of death All time powers of darkness seem let out against that soul the swirling wave till thunder of the sky tile shriek of the wind all seem to unite together Rut that soul is not troubled There is no sighing there are no tears plentyof tears in the room at the departure but he weeps no tears calm satisfied and peace huhmmli is well By time flash of the storm you see the harbor just ahead and you are making for that harbor All shall be welt Jesus being our iiiiot Into the harbor of Heaven now wo glide Were home at last home ut last Softly we drift on the bright sllvry tide Were home at last Olorj to tott all our idinscrs are o r We stand secure on the stormed chore Glory to God we will shout evermore Were home at last CALLS SCHOOLS TOO SOLEMN Col P W Parker tltres r Illinois ConismiM of Mntlirrn al- I vnntan Col F W Iarkcr criticised time par ents for demanding monthly report cards train the public schools in his address What Mothers Can Do for Education tieforr time Illinois con gress of mothers at Kvanston the other day Col Parker also advocntel greater freedom for a child in select ing the studies to be pursued anil criticised the system of useless tire some work along lutes which have uo interest fur thr child Col 1nrker saiil It is torture anil n crime to make small children sit for a long time per fectly stilt The schoolroom is too solemn A good laugh is one of the best aids to education Still artier is only desirable in rare moments gooil order always being somewhat noisy Children mire made to report whether they whisper whether they smile anil almost whether they have n happy thought You never know your child until you see it with other children There are infinite possibilities in hu man development Give time children manual trimming from the kindergar ten to time college and you will da Gods work You should go into the homes of sonic of the poor neglected rich where the children have no work to do when they come home from school If the womens clubs take up the school question and insist upon having intelligent heads to the schools mind teachers the politician would re tire from view Hardly Repentant Farmer Hay rake Gosh Heres a letter frum that greengoods feller what sent me home with a satchel full sawdustMrs Dear me Does he re vent Farmer Hayrake Waal he says here that he thinks one o his diamond studs dropped outer his shirt and inter the sawdust while packing but if Ill return it ter wnnst he wont prosecute and no questions will br asked Judge Time ministers of St Paul have ap proval n project of making billiard YoungMeimsChristian iis THE CRISISAT PEKIN All Communication Cut Off From the Capital of China Ten Thonpan Soldiers and Marine Will Ilr Sent to Pekln lo flack Ill the Demand of the For clan Mlnlntrrn There London June 11Time Daily Mail has time following from Tien Fain ilatcil Friday June 8 The wildest rumors arc current lucre to tIme effect that Pckin is burning but they lack confirmation Trouble has broken out at New Chwang The state of anarchy around Pekin is likely to be imitated in many quarters Asiatic artillery has been ordered front Hong Kong to Flea Tsin The admirals at Taku acting in concert are forcibly reopening the railway from Tien Tsiu to Pekin Gangs of laborers are repairing the damaged line which is guarded by 1300 men composed of detachments from time foreign fleet One hundred Americans under Capt McCalla are among them They have guns and armored trains for use when time line is repaired Ten thousand troops of nil nation alities n coord in to a dispatch to time Daily Express train Shanghai will lie sent to Pekin to hack np the demands of tIme ministers upon time govern uncut or if necessary to suppress the I5oxers themselves The American mission buildings at fang Chan 12 miles front Pckin which were abandoned by the mis sionaries have liecn looted anti burn ed by the Chinese soldiery who were sent to protect them Within three days 75 native Christians well known men who been trained for years by American missionaries have been massacred near Tung lion Many of them were burned alive Shanghai June 7In consequence of the representations of Japan the landing of a large Kussiau force at Taku is alle eil to have been stopped It is believed here that should Ibis sin persist in sending a preponderat jog military force to the front a col lision with Japan will inevitably re suit Tien Fain June 9It is reported from Chinese official sources that 000 Boxers snrroundril 1500 Chinese troops between Lofa anti Yang Pasta ThitiEilay anti according to the latest news fighting was still going on Fri day morning Washington June 9The follow big cablegram was received at the navy department Friday afternoon Tong Ku June 8 1900 June 3rd landed forces to protect American in crests with consent China fiftysix Pekin rest Tien Tsin Nations sent force both cities no injury so far British Russian Chinese admirals anti twenty warships here Crops likely to fail causing probably more trouble in the near future Our landing force under McCalla June 3 situation most critical Russian force began lighting landed fifty mon men have requested Helena be sent immediately to protect interests or several vessels like her Consider battalion marines necessary Need gunboat as base iusiile Tune C lien Fain lekin railway cut Will act con cert naval forces other powers pro tect interests if necessary Meeting foreign senior naval officers today Present English Trench German Austrian Italian Japanese anti Amer ican arrange for combined action to protect life antI property if required Nine hundred men ashore 25 war ships lucre KEMFFF lien Tsin June 8In view of the conclusive confirmation of imperial connivance in time Boxer movement furnished by an mullet published to clay denouncing Gen NiehSiChong for killing some of the rioters the strongest possible action of the vow ers it is asserted here can alone remedy the situation which has as sumed time gravest aspect The millet is couched in such terms that it leaves no doubt of th deep sympathy of the throne with time Boxers who are described as good citizens Besides denouncing Gen Nieh for kill big the Boxers time edict orders him to return with his troops to Loopai SO miles from time scene of time this turbances It is claimed lucre that the first step of the powers for the preservation of foreign life and prop erty ought to be tIme assumption ol control of the railroad to Pekin Washington June 1OAdm Rcmej informs the navy department that the gunboat Nashville With a force ol marines aboard left Cavite for Taku Site is a light draft gunboat of the same type as time Helena anti it is presumed that slue is sent in place of the latter The Monocacy at Shanghai also has been ordered to join Adm KempfT nt Taku Shanghai June 10A dispatch front Flea Tsin dated Friday June 8 says 500 Russian troops are about tc mini there Tlie dispatch adds that Fung Chow has been burned but that the missionaries are safe Dedicated nt Last West Point N Y June 11The dedication of the new Catholic church at West Point over which there line been munch controversy during the past three years took place Sunday The dedicatory sermon was by Rev George Dcsbon Dr Pnnl CHiler Dead SulTcrn N Y June 11Dr Paul Gilder head of a sanitarium at Suit fern anti of time Pasteur institute oi New York city tiled at midnight from the effects of injuries received in a runaway earlier in time evening Ilnnnnet In Havana Havana June lllhe banquet given by the executive committee ol the Spanish casino to the captain and ollicers of the Argentine training ship Presidrnte Sarmiento was a great success causing much enthusiasm- among the Spaniards National Negro llu liie League Tuskagec Ala June 11After con suiting with substantial colored men in all parts of the country Hooker T Washington of Tuskagee Ala has decided to assist in the organization of a national Negro business league Worlds Temperance Conicre London June 9The worlds tern peranic congress will open in London next Monday under the presidency ol tIme archbishop of Canterbury who will deliver an address antI who on the following Thursday will entertain the members Ratification Time Extended Washington June 9 Secretary Hay and Lord Pauncefote signed a protocol extending until March 4 next the period of time allowed for hue ratification of tIme reciprocity treaty with Barbadoes c 5 b t L TOO LITTLE DEBATE Renator Green Opinion if the Serv Ices Held In an Episcopal Church Senator Beaton of Missouri one of the moit conspicuous figures of the century in either house of congress had a formidable antagonist in Senator James Stephen Green Congressman Hitt the Chicago Chronicle relates this anecaote of the two gladiatorsVSenator Green was not a man splendid genius but of charming manner He boarded at the National hotel where he was popular with men and women The latter found out that the senator was not much of a churchgoer and insisted that he should mend his ways in that regard One Sunday he was lat for dinner The women ackedhimwhy I have been attending divine worship replied tIme senator gravely To what church did you go senator asked a woman I dont know answered the eourty Missourian I walked up the avenue turned up Fourth street and entered a church on the lefthand side Thus was an kpiscoial church How did you like the services asked another woman It appeared to me answered the sea atom that there was too much reading cf the journal and too little debate Sambo and the Freshman An American writer tells a good story of his college day It relates to a negro sac dener a fellow with whom the boys ued to have considerable snort Sometimes he would floor them with his repartefe One day in spring Samba had been burning the college green in order to get rid of the old withertd grass Afreshmanramealong and thinking to have some fun shouted Say there Sambo you bJght not to barn v that stuff Why inquired Samba Because replied the freshman itTI make that grass as as on areVWell mans retorted dat sail 4datyou are London Answers Ion In Water Travel Eiperimentit nroven that vessel fit ted with propellers zaitate the sms fin develop a remarkable pruhwIt will cause a revolution in water travel Men gradually learn that Natures ways an best One cause of the remarkable success of front time uprinpfact medmcmne made of Natures most strengthening herbs indigestiondyspepsia Too Anxious It was at a wedding and as thesoontobt wedded down the aisle of the little church embarrassment was plainly written on the face of both but when in re to the question by the minuter il either of them of any reason why they should not lawfully be joined together there came boldly forth from each the answer I do the evident embarrassment on their part was changed to one of real on the part of the clergyman Harpers Monthly Hook Agent with an Inspiration Irate Gentleman angry at being ills turbed Yon book canvassers make me so flangry with your confounded nerve and im pudence that I cannot find words to express my indignation a Canvasser jumping with enthusiasm Then sir I am a great help to you I have here the very thing you need a dictionary of the English language containing all the words and slang phrases known and only two and six Take it and yon will never be at a loss to express yourself again Ciga rette True State of Ills 3Ilnd Time Old Friend Say it looks to me as if you were putting on a lot of extra dignity of Ute Time Recently Enriched Person You are badly mistaken I am now in a position to allow niy inherent and natfve dignity to come to the surfacelndianapohis Press BurnjDo Tour Feet Ache and Shake into your shoes Aliens FootEase a powder for the feet It makes tight or New Shoes Feel Easy Cures Corns ItchingVSwollen Hot Callous Smarting Sweatiir Feet All Druggists and Shoo Stores mlat 25c Sample sent FKEK Ad dress Allen S Olm ted Le Roy Ni J A Baseball Enthusiast Teacher Xow Sammy please tell me what you know about the nine Muses Sammy I never saw em play miss butt willm to bet that the Bluebirds kin beat em out every time Richmond Die patch To Cure a Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bream Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money iHfails to cure 25o George says he doesnt know the taste of liquor Pours it down so fast I suppose that his doesnt get a chance Cleveland Plain Dealer Carters Ink Ia Vaetl E cln lvely- by theschcoliof Xew York Boston and man other places ac d they wont use any other Mans liberty ica been threatened in nn merous ways thrcurat history but he has always beer free to a of him self Chicago Democrat Prof Chas P Curd St Louts Mo writes We unhestitatingly attribute the recovery and continued good health of our little boy to Teethina Teething Powders A lost never finds its way back Ranis HornV Straight Road To Health It by the way of purifying the blood Germs end impurities in the blood cause disease and sickness Expelling these impurities re moves the disease Hoods Sanaparilla does this and it does more It makes time blood rich by increasing and vitalizing the red globules and giving it power to transmit to the organs nerves and muscles the nutri meat contained in digested foodVHoods Sarsaparilla Is the Best Medicine Money Can Buy C W Rosenbaeh aist St and lad n- ana Ire Chicago HI wrote Feb xr I1888 I hare been troubled with QUINSY SORE THROAT for ten years and I fi- ndPalmers Lotiont- he quickest remedy I erer tried Lotion SoapIPrvrents and assists in curing all rskin diseases At Druggists only f K YLOO1tOUT 1 loryour fAmU1 comfOrt andjourown ifiRES Rootbeer I sTill contrtbote more to ft tbsa tonoflcendruOfnsCgiilonaforflcenls wn as Sr piuia ItT4 a t mba CEABLZS ZBIRZSC- OMsiverPa BEADEUS 05 TIlL PA1EI- L2islRlO TO BUT TTR1M3 nvsmtTlsan IN ITS COLUMNS SUOULD INSIST UPON IUVIGVVflAT mEl ASK 0R ItEFVSINO ALL SUitSTlTUTS Ott lMrrAnIoNS Delicious Dessert Buenhams Hasty Jellycon makes the finest dessert jellies clear and sparkling and deliciously flavored Prepared in a minute It is only necessary to dissolve in hot water and set away to cool Flavors crange lemon strawberry wild and unflavored cahfstoot for makint wine and coffee jellies Aligrccers S r t S r pii- r ctctG GG ct GC G KG G ctG G ct 11 I w STATE NEWS HAPPENINGSI it ii in iV 4 TAYLOR ISSUES A CARD IL tIe Drrllnni to He a Cnnilllntp for the Itrpnltllrnn nnilnntlonIt for Governor iJ i llisiIIl Ky June tlW S Tay sent to the Kvcning Iost from In Ilor the following statement he declines to bea candidate the republican nomination for governor To The Kepnblicans of Kentucky tAtone time I thought and so nn I nouneed that if the republican nom IInation for governor were tendered t me 1 should not feel authorized to de cline it Hut nfter mature considera tion of all interests involved in the eoutcst for civil liberty nnd of my tdntrto myself and to my family for whom must provide 1 feet flint I tshould ask at your hands relief from the exactions which a nomination would impose I3 For ten long months I have horne ns best I could the burdens which have attended this great struggle How much I have endured for free 1tloms snke few will ever know In spite of all this the will of the jieople hat been overthrown and I have not Jonly been robbed but subjected to a ss political persecution T The coming campaign is one of the profoiimlest importance to Ken tucky TIle ballot must be redeemed The victory won last fall must again lx won anti the theft perpetrated by lbirneml assembly fittingly eon- J iinn Our only possible redrers HHst naie through an appeal to the pot pi Tlie campaign must be nn t ctite aggressive one Xo point j should Jie neglected Every friend of the seredcause of human rights Should br enlisted To the end that the appeal should it successfully made you should se t for your candidate one who may I 4 JfrIrierote nil his time and energies to prosecution of the onnvass In Jthelight of these considerations it frtherefore manifest that some other myself should be your standard + bearer- i Vh51e I can not longer be your iJIleader in this great battle yet I shall gladly render whatever assistance z rmaJ be within my power for I love F liberty none the less because of what 1 hqve suffered for her sake i W S Taylor 4 Allen I a Candidate Lexington Ky June Dto1 John IL Allen has announced his candidacy I for the democratic nomination for a congress in the Ashland district against Hon Sonth Trimble COURTMARTIAL ORDERED Conduct of Capt Lonicmlre of Beekham Guard to Be JTh Investigated t Frankfort Ky June 10 Assistant Adjt Gen Murray bus ordered an in vestigation of the alleged unbecom ing conduct of Capt Longmirc and Sergt McCliire Gov Beckhnnis mus r officers who were chased out tnfMaysvillc by the police and look- fure at Aberdeen O MJgTtL Kinbry Mien of Lexington fy 11 ns been directed to conduct an in vestigation to ascertain if a court v martial is necessary Ion mire and Mcclure have written Col Murray de if nying the charges Innncuml Ball- Frankfort Ky June 30The man- t gural ball which was postponed on account of the death of GO Goebel and subsequent political complica tions took place last night and was attended by several hundred society people from this and other states Gov Beckhnm led the march while Mrs Beckhain mother of Jhe gov it a and other prominent ladies as I jistrdin receiving Bl Parehane of Whisky j Louisville5Ky Tune S1l1lius 5 Kessler Coof Chicago have bought 10000 barrels of whisky from John C t Roach It is generally understood h thatTvessler k Co bought it for the L Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co This firm and the trust now own 100000 barrels of Kentucky whisky t and Itis understood they are in the market for more 11IJ Boy PoMtbly Kldnayd Louisville Ky June II Charles B Cattlinger aged 13 is missing He left home Wednesday to go swims Ruing Ills clothes were found along 4 the creekbank but search fails to re veal the body As the boy has been reVcently it is feared he may have been kidnaped I Is PopuHM Contention Louisville Ky June 7 Kentucky populists will hold a convention here forof5kwiIl issue the call in a few days Wil liam G Blair is most likely to be BC 7 lected as the party offering 5tltcCornslek Superintendent i Frankfort Ky June 9ov Beck ham appointee Dr K B McCormick JofOweusborc superintendent of the i Western asylum at Hopkinsville Dr r1Lackey of Pembroke is slated for liulJerintendtr I Hurdervr fUeaped cuttingfI3 Owens under a life sentence for theU murder of Herman Smith and Joe 1 GreggH jocused of petty offenses jailIK 4 jailBreakers Captured 8BobJthe men who broke jail at Lancaster 4 a were captured in Boone county by Detective Peeland brought here tt They will be taken lo Lancaster for t trial Iii STo Build STew Doimltory iIJta on a new I i itory for Kentucky Wesleyan college itocost 5000 Two thousand dollars Jt Szlf this amount was contributed by- WiIllamstowntMnu Cleora Savage Dead Winchester Ky June 9Yrs Cle 1 t jra Bright Savage died here aged 78 Vears She was a noted church work er in the Methodist church and was intI jgo she married Rev Geo Savage who still survives her I telaa By Acclamation W Ashland Kj June8The demo 9 j ratie congressional convention of 4 the Ninth district at Catlettsburgl- omlnatexlr Tames N Kehoe of Maya I1lle by acclamation for congress it tjj 1i Ii Okir i1pJlr tfj1fJt11 1tl 1 i r ct Co r 0 4 a J I0 EJi t trtFJ + 4i I il HER PICTURE ISAWItomnnee of the Civil War Mrrnlleil- liy a I nKerreotpe ililhlint at ttiIs lilt llarrodsburg Ky June 10 While Mrs Lucy Iatfi of this countyvas attending the tOllfthrullinn in lolIls lilt last ksht discovered n daguerreotype of herself in a storo winnow anti thereby recalled n ro mance of the ciiil war The picture wns giten by Mrs Iatta then Miss Renfro to Private Jones of the 2l Kentucky infantry C So A When dying Jones gave the portrait to Lieut Chas H Thomas of his com ThnlllaslbOtIJIt is said that Thomas also loved the girlThe picture fell into the hands of Chits T Smith superintendent nf transportation of the it Xwho placed it in the window during the reunion with the hope of identifying it Mrs I itta Ihs three miles from Harrodsburg AT BEREA COLLEGE J Sllmi helen Cnnlil Tenilrrril n Vote of Thank for Aid Clrrn the School ISerca KVT June 8t n gradua tion exercises of Urea college a vote of thanks was tendered Miss Could who was present for the aid given the chool to which she rose and modestly bowed acknowledgment amid the cheers of the 4000 people picscn To 1resident Frost Miss Could has expressed herself ns highly pleased with Berca nnd its mission of educat ing nnd christianizing the people of the mountains of Kentucky and Ten nessee Miss Gould has not yet announced any donation to Kerea college hilt it is said that she will before she leaves give assurances of substantial aid in increasing its endowment fund FOOLED BY MISS GOULD Annnnnertl to Attend Srrontt lrns lijrtrrlnn Church Innlvlllr She Vcnl lo Another Taltrrnnclr Ix uisville Ky nile l1iknown to Miss Helen Cpuld Louisville pa Irs announced Sunday morning that she would attend the Second Iresby terian church The church was crowd ed and people were turned away The ISev Chas K Hemphill of the Soulh ern Theological seminaryof this city filling the Second Presbyterian pulpit Sunday told in his sermon of the Southern 1resbyterian churches efforts to raise 1000000 for educa tion and discussed the need of n uni versity in Kentucky that would set a standard of education for the entire slate Miss liould anticipating a big crowd at the Second Presbyterian went to Warren Memorial church two blocks away It was said at the church after the services that Or Hrmphiirs sermon was prepared before Miss loulds visit to this city and without regard to her Sliver Service for the Kentucky Norfolk Yn June 8The preen tation of a silver service to the battle ship Kentucky by the citizens o f that state drew many people to Old Point Comfort Col Harry Weisinger of Louisville made the present in the name of the people of Kentucky Cnpt Chester commander of the Kentucky replying The ships band then played My Old Kentucky Home The Kentucky delegation was later entertained at an elaborate luncheon in the officers dining room The event closed with a brilliant bulL Beckhnm a Candidate Frankfort Ky June SGor Heck hams candidacy for renomination this fall will be formally announced in a statement to be issued next week lleckham will also make an active canvass speaking at the most important points Lewis men are say ing Iteckbam who is not quite 31 is too young antI inexperienced Heck ham men say Lewis is too old lie is 76 Minor State Contet Frankfort Ky June 10Attorney General Breckinridge filed a motion in court of appeals Saturday morning to docket and advance the minor state contests so that they may bs decided at once The reason ad sauced is that the affairs of the state are tied up anti that the public in terests demand it The court recently postponed the cases till the fall term Degree Conferred on Judge UnIt Lexington Ky June nThe Kentucky state college Saturday eon ferretl the degree of LLD on William II Holt recently appointed United States district Judge of Porto Rico Knlffhta of Pythian Conclave Lancaster Ky June 10Three hun dred visiting delegates are attending the district conclave of the Knight of Pythias here State Grand Chancellor John T Homer of Covington is present nail addressed an open sea ion at the opera house Yerlic Their Choler Glasgow Ky lure 10Slnce GOT Taylor will not make the race for governor lion John W Yerkes will be the unanimous choice of the re publicans in this county for the nom ination Thought They Were Too Cheap Cynthiana KyM June 10Chief of Police Lail arrested two young men who had two good horses which they offered to sell for 20 They gave their names as Alva Burgess and las hale of Rowan county and pleaded innocence Poot Crushed Between Car Beaver Dam Ky June 10il A Kinder flagman of the northbound extra had his left foot crushed between the bumpers at this place His home Is in Tipton lad He will be placed in the hospital at Paducah Fowler Acquitted Richmond Kjv June 10Terry Fowler was tried in the county court on a charge of shooting James Butner from ambush and acquitted The Negro arrested as his accomplice waived an examining trial and waa held over to the next grand jury Glasgow Ky June 10 Parties squirrel bunting in Allen county found a mound of fresh dirt in the woods They opened the mound and found the body of Jim Eat man buried therein his head shot full of holes and crushed in There is no clew e FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS n m inn r of leading Krrntv Wnshington June IfcllultThesenate was in session more than ten hours nearly tour hours of which were spent in executive session The only features of the Mssion was the si1CChon the Philippine question by Mr Teller Col and the effort by Mr 1ettigrew S D to amcoti sideration for lIlt antitrust hill SaturdayHousethe sundry civil appropriation lull ap propriating KintMi for the Louisi ana iiivIiiMl exposition Jit SI Louis in ItOl wns agreed to also the ills pn11 items III the District of Colum hill hmIIIltl tin hill went to the prcs iiViit leaving only four appropriation Mis still ill lis1tile between tilt two houses Washington lime V Senate Most of till day was given to conference re ports and odds nnd ends of business preparatory to liual adjournment night session wns held which lasted until 230 in the morning Confer ence report were acted upon anti a patllAllconfirmed except that of D lly ntim as general appniiser nt th port of Xew ol liIIitI Vm llaywood to be collector of customs for the dis trict of Hawaii House The entire time of the house was taken up in conference re ports on tIll unpasscd appropriation bills anti private measures A night session was held which lasted until 240 in the morning Washington June 6tnaltllmtidilY to reach an agreement upon the naval appropriation bill forced the senate to abandon the adoption of the house resolution for html ad journment The armor plate ques tion was the one which caused tIll delay The senate will remain in sis sion IInlilII settlement is finally reached House The entire session was taken up III an endeavor to reach a sctHcmcnt on the armor plate clause in the naval appropriation hill A new adjournment resolution will now have to lie adopted Washington June iScnllleXobusiness was transacted the sessions simply waiting for the conferees to report on the naval appropriation 1lrlhresolution of thanks to Chairman Ire was passed to which Mr Frtresponded Iii a brief and graceful speech storuuiydehitenaval appropriation bill was agreed to awl the hill passed The hilt was at once signed anti both the senate and house adjourned sine die DEATH OF MRS SHERMAN The IIrnblr VsIfc of sSerrnr7of State John Sherman 1nincd Array Uiirly Tuesday Mansfield 0 June 6Mrs Slier man wife of the former secretary of state John Sherman died shortly after midnight Tuesday morning aged 72 years Without having regained conscious ness from the third stroke of paraly sis which she sustained on Sunday afternoon Mrs John Sherman was barely alive at a late hour Monday night with her venerable husband at her bedside himself in precarious health antI it is feared that lie will not long survive his wife The Sherman family returned from Washington May 22 to spend the sum mer here in hope that the change of climate and the ret in manner of their lives might be of benefit to both While Mr and Mrs 5herman were sit ting on the piazza of their home Sunday afternoon chatting with visitors Mrs Sherman sustained the shock which caused her death Mansfield 0 lune8The funeral of Mrs Cecilia Steward Sherman wife of Hon John Sherman occurred nt the family residence litH oclock Thursday morning Business houses closed and the post ofliee suspended for two hours as a mark of respect Services were conducted by Rev A B Putnam The pallbearers were George F Carpenter Henry I Davis Dr Wm li Loughridge Lyman A Strong Henry M Weaver Capt A T Cummins W Smtnl and Con gressman W SKerr The burial was private Battlenliln Hurriedly Coaled Norfolk Ya June 1OThe battleships Massachusetts land Indiana ar rived at Hampton Roads Saturday morning from League Island navy yard antI are now being hastily coal ed from the colliers Lebanon and Mareellus preparatory to sailing for Xewjxirt R I to join Adm Farqu haris squadron Cavalry for Manila Washington June 10TIme first in stallment of cavalry to he sent to the Philippines has been selected It consists of companies A B C and D 1st battalion and companies I K mill M 3d battalion of the 6th cavalry They will go via San Francisco Now I lent Gen Milmu Washington June 11In accord ance with the provisions of the military academy appropriation bill the president has issued commissions to Lieut len Nelson A Miles command ing the army and Maj Gen H O Corbin adjutant general of time army Liabilities und AmietH New York June JIIme schedule oi time insolvent banking und broker age firm of Seymour Johnson Co was filed in the supreme court Time schedule shows liabilities to be GS2 730 nominal assets 798195 actual assets 1472GC Grad Leave of Abienee Seattle Wash June 9Cnpt T B Coghlan who has been commander of the Pugct Sound naval station for over a year has been granted a six months leave of absence on ac count of illhealth luvcutlcnllon Going On Berlin June BThe series of outrages committed on May 24 at St Peters in Rome upon German pilgrims by French pilgrims antI priests is now being investigated by both the Vatican anti the Prissian minister at tIme Vatican Iteached Xo Airreement Pittsburgh Pa June 8The con ference between wage scale commit tee of the Glass Chimneywnre associa tion anti the manufacturers adjourned without an agreement The present scale expires July 1 Shot 1IU Wife and Hlmielf Sioux City la June 8 Charles D Reinhart owner of the Reinhart flats in Sioux City and a wealthy land owner shot and killed his wife nt Odebolt In and then shot himself He can not live lie deliberately planned the crime Steamer Stilt Aground Berlin June SThe new Hamburg American liner Teutschland which ran aground off Stettin on her trial trip has not yet been floated The work of dredging her over the bar wilt require ten days J rv j A fJ fi f 4 i 4 Ji J1i 1 tI BRITISH EMBARRASSED Boers Tear Up 21 Miles of an Im portant Railway Line Lord ltolt r lists Made Xo union for Three UnJ h or IVriulKril time Cii Irma ioinlMifN to Wire n to Wlmt In Culiiu tin Loiireno Marques June S Pnited States Consul Ilollis who returned here trout the Transvaal by special min had a two hours interview in close conference wilh Irosidiut Kru ger nt Machadodorp It is staled that Mr Ilollis was tin bearer of friendly dispatches from the lruitcd States government urging Mr Kru gee to treat for peace Washington June I Secretary Hay says ill reference to tln ioureii Mar ques dispatch stilting that it was be lieved Inited States CorMil louis hind been negotiating with President Krugcr to luring about perict by di rection of the Washington govern ment that Mr Ilollis hail no mull hun ty whatever from the slate depart ment to make a trip into the Trans Ial anti furthermore the state de partment did not know if any such intention on his part The consul hall no right to go in to foreign territory without permis sion from the state department lout as it is assumed that his visit was of a purely personal character it Inot probable that notice will he taken of his rtprhtlIICIIns London June 9The war ofliee ha received the following dispatch from lien huller Yellow Boom Farm June SOn June 0 Gen TalboS Coke with thin tenth brigade illltl the South African light horse Si71d Van iVike hill The enemy made some resistance and a good deal of sniping occurred Our casualties were about four killed and 13 wounded Dining that day and the following we got two 47 arid two 12pounder naval guns onto Van Wikc hill and two fiveinch guns onto the south western spur of Inkewelo Under cover of their fire Gen Ilitdyard to day assaulted all the spurs of the berg between Bothas Pass antI hike welo The attack which was wIll plan ned by Hildyard and carried out with immense dash by the troops for whom no mountains were too steep outflanked the eumeuumyvhio were forced to retire from their very strong position I think we did not have any cas unities and I hope I have obtained n position from which I can render LaingV Nek untenable Lord Roberts has communicated nothing for three days nor permitted the correspondents to wire what is going on Londons inference is that he is resting although he is possibly disposing his army for a reach after Commandant General Rot liu London June IOlilII Forestier Walker cables to the war ofliee oin Capo Town under date of June stli as follows KellyKenny at Bloemfontein e ports that the telegraph has beer at Roodeval north of Kroonstatl a hotly of Ioers estimated to strong with six field guns sending reinforcements to I tlnnslntlrmid I am reinforcing from ny 1 hojrti the interruption only temporary London is somewhat disgusted h disagreeable activity manifest tIme Boers in the Orange river hn liy in cutting Lord Roberts telcjiM in conimiinicntioi nt Roodeval n of Kroonstad ct there indication whei uri strong body of 2000 r d d rived at Roodeval Iii i Ii force mentioned in a recent Bti patch as having started from Standerton with this very object in view Ap parently the authorities on the spot regard the situation at least as tem porary serious as they are not rc enforcing the garrison at Kroonstad hut are sending up troops from the lines of communication in Cape Colo nyLondon June ItThe Boers have torn up 21 miles of Lund Rob erts vital line of railway between America Siding and Roodeval It is a bold raid and vexatious but it dOlE not disquiet the military authorities as yet for they expect Gen Kelly Kenny to drive off the marauders timid to reopen the line Time rapidity of the advance of Lord Roberts cnn not have permitted him to accumulate large reserves of stores Therefore an interruption of the railway even for a week must embarrass the army and may bring the forward operations to n standstill Nothing bus been heard from Lord Roberts for three days This raid on the railway the strenuous opposition to Gen Run die and time nimble escape of Com mandant lien Rot huns division have forced the war ofliee observers to the reluctant conclusion that the war it not yet over although even the occa sional civilian Boer sympathizer car not see how the Boers will be able tc do anything to change the result The Sent Brought UlOOO New York June 1OAcotton exchange memlersip certificate was sold at 3000 The last price quoted on an actual sale was 2oo The current advance was expected as a result ol the ill commission rule adopted re cently Many Marine 111 Norfolk Ya June IOThere are 80 marines from the Norfolk navy yard at the Naval hospital stricken with n strange disease which devel oped a few days ago Doctors are uu able to diagnose it On it Itallroiid IllUc St Louis Tune l0Tne Flory re publican candidate for governor ol Missouri will male the campaign of the state on n railroad bicycle He was formerly a railroad conductor and now is railroad commissioner oi Missouri Fire In n UnhrJChampaign ill June iLFire Sat urday destroyed the mens gym nasium and woodworking shop at the University of Illinois Time build ing was the first erected in the college campus Four Killed by LlKhtnlne Jacksonville Fin June 9ln a thunder and rain storm Friday night lightning struck the smokestack of time ferry boat Commodore Harney and passing down through the vessel killed four men and severely injured a dozen others Two Soldiers Murdered Cape Town June 9Two British soldiers were stabbed to death by an Italian during a street light here A mob thereupon wrecked time supposed premises of the murderer who hind succeeded iu making his escape l1J i 3 CURIOUS DOCUMENT FOUND 4ullmr hr Homo SiTrrl Iliinic Act eil its Iniul Agent While In i u rope The University of Chicago received lie otlier tiny a curious old dnciinifnt vlilcli is a relic of the early history of Tvnnehsec Maylield a lawyer in Cleveland Tenn was asked recently to look over MIMIC old papers of Thomas II Calloway of that iliee and in his search found n document Mgneil by Callimny andlohn Howard Pay IIP the writer of Home Sweet Home The paper was signed in 1S12 and thug wit ness was Sjumiol Colt the inventor of time famous Colts revolver The document shows hat Iayne who was at that time American consul to Tunis was to receive onefifth of the profits made off a certain parcel Ciugmmiiicountries The hind was the Ocee land district which was ceded to the United States liy the Cherokee Indians in iSi 3 and III turn given to the state of Ten nessee by the government The state of Tennessee pave out the lund in Brants and Callowny received the major portion of it for services ren dered In thtoallle document Iaync was also given power of attorney on H2500 acres of the land willllacetheMISERS HIDDEN HOARD Uneiifotrllj Found Afler Ills heath In hr 1lIlh A in III Which lie hail Mini William Mowers a miser who owned 100000 worth of properly in Vonkers and Chicago died a short time ago in St Josephs hospital in Yonkers be cause he was weakened by the lack of nourishment Dr T Gibson was made administrator of his property and he nod K X Upnoghue found that blowers had lived in a miserable lied room III an apartment house Aa old iron bedstead a broken chair n piece of a wax eandle antI rags that html been used ns bed clothing were all that was first discovered in thin room The doctor and Donoghnc poked around among the rags with their walking sticks and to their astonish uncut found bank books on four New York banks showing total deposits of 10COO The tenants of the house called on Dr iibson to pay their rent and to his surprise told him the old man owned the house which is worth 515COO Subsequently Dr Jib son found an old box in time basement of the house which contained deeds to property in Yonkers and Chicago It is said all the property is valued at slca coo and is free from Encumbrance LEADS THE WORLD flplrmllil System Commercial Edu cation Maintained In fiermnnjr with Excellent ItmnlU Germany has led anti is still leading the world in commercial education says Consular Agent Harris at Eiben stock in a recent dispatch to the state department The various commercial schools he says annually send forth large numbers of qualified young men to take up lucrative antI important positions in the business world These voting men he continues are selling in slant countries time products of the erman empire ranging from aloco motive to a clothespin invariably hang the advantage over their Amer ican and ICnglish competitors of icing tospeak fluently th language of 11 ountry in which they attempt to s i their goods Consular Agent liar is attributes the efficiency of German commercial travelers to the splendid inGermanthe establishment of similar colleges in the United States The founuingof a large commercial university at lIam burg is in contemplation PRICES SOAR AT PRETORIA Economy Ilelnn Observed from Ultch- OfllclnlH nonlItl Time nt American Consulate Late reports to the state department from Pretoria show that prices are soaring in that capital Cab hire ranges from 250 per hour upward anti can scarcely be had at any figure Econ only is universally observed from the highest ofliciaU down The foreign representatives at the capital find that their salaries are totally insufficient to pay the ordinary expenses of living The United States consulate is over taxed Seven thousand letters were received in one week to be forwarded Mail packages weighing in the aggre gate 6yt tons flowed into the consulate in the same time Many small sums of money had to be disbursed among the British prisoners of war and al together the United States consul with his single assistant is fully employed Till 3IARKUTS Cincinnati Tune 9 CATTLE Common 4 00 4 40 Select butchers 5 00 t 5 10 CALVES Kxtras 6 23 fi 6 50 HOGS Select packers 3 0 3 33 Mixed packers 3 M jf 5 23 SIIEEICimoiee 4 23 iI 4 30 InmSIExtra 5 Oil ft 7 0 FLOUR Spring pat 3 fi 3 75 WHEAT No 2 red fj 73 IWrOASXo62kIIAVhiojtytMESS POKIC T12 20 LARD II 70- BlTTKi Ch dairy j 13z 2izAPPLESPTATO1S Per brl 50 Oil H3 TOBACCO New 1 00 fno 00 Old zilo 15 50 CHICAGO FLOUR Win patent 3 70 ft 3 SO H1Xn2 red n its 72 No 3 spring fS4c SSi iOATSiliYPOIKLARD Steam 76 77 Vs c Q0 NEW YORK- FLOUIIVium patent 3 60ti 3 90 8Ycon264ittPOUKMCSS 12 oo ri2 73 LARD Steam ft 7 50 BALTIMORE WHEAT No 2 red fi9 35B 03 Southern 70 iI 7- 6consxu 2 mixed IIi1 II SGyCATTIVKHOUS Western 560 5 73 INDIANAPOLIS I1ETo 2 ml 71 39yJOATSLOUISVILLE FLOURWin patent 4 25 f 4 o WHEAT No 2 red fd 71 COlt Mixed iff 42 OATS Mivod i 2- 3POhtl3les CTI2 00 AitlStealui tiJ 7 l f tt 5 SS 4 JIf 1o S AN UNEXPECTED RESULT It Wn tin Mother nnd Xot 1101 UauJlt ter Who Aevepted liuji Coin jillnirntn Say said the man with a worried look do you rrnieiiilicr giving me a lot of advice on how to iomhitt my own love affairs agoY with time wise ex pres ion relates the Baltimore American ToM me if Wantfd to win the girl I should intke love to her mother riiIinhSaul if could get thc old lady on my siile all I hail to do ivato toiMIc around with a ritis antIsmv When to time girl Ilie tie man nohlcd Said fur me so euiui time mother on her youthful lllturJnt continued the vou neil man slit mcr a jolly about linn fail Iwa that Iholln Inilir of the present were not to he compared with Iho pastYes won tIme cirl I suppose Y ff didnot time olil lady has sued her hifelNind for divorce ciul me for 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ssm Won a dill countryvnte Use Certain Corn Cure PriceISc1 r toMakes s ALLSDRUGGISTS 1CHICAOOTOOMAHAosCE4 iDaily Service KewIlneTlaBoek fprd Dubuque Fort 4 CounLROllbnrrcznoklnc ran sleeping cars free chair cars dining cart Send to the andenlnied twa free copy of Pictures and Notra EnMaut lilustratSlay this new line as sren from the car window tickets of agents of I C IDE and connecting Unis A H 11ANKOV O p aN KE 1817 WJtIEX WKIT1NO TO ADVERTISWSpirate state that you aw ibi tdvcrtliSmeat la Uil paper iS j I f 4 Z wr t I a 1 jt I OUTLOOK fOrrlLOOK PUltLISlilXG CO S rI OWINGSV1LLK KY i SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE THURSDAY JUNE 14 1900 I M IVRK that wns a dummy Aguin ndo the Americans glint at Legal o THE American girls are prnctic ing the Hobfon pucker for the f MerriniRc hero is coming home I i t IT docHtTt make n particle of I difference now what label the Kin sas City convention puts on it for jitwill he essentially RryanismF- EKKDOM1 CIflh1hbUt real men hove to hiive it Therefore no a price ip too high to pay for it Down with Goehelism at any cost S TOE orthand Eastern Dom orrnfic conventions whilo favoring Bryan nro giving as littlo consid i rttion to tho 18 to 1 idea as pos j pIk- yj Tncur is nc thing pretty certain J iilmut tl e outbreak in China the lutvpupert rant mnkc Fiieh n fun q 1vyiMifinrnf of Chinese terms ae did of the Boer words 4In and fled products continue a in price the supply being p If ihe demand Excessive iprksand the greed of the manu r farttirrrj tiring their own penalties IE4wnrr or Inter Sj TirE triifMue National Demo 1 rrm of this National Committee t i have cnllr a meeting at Indianap 4 t olis July 25th to organize their forces Hnd pieparo to place a Pres idential ticket in the Held js4 Ix Saturdays county conventions t J of tlllGlwb1 party James B Mc Crpary Lvwta McQuown and Jo eI4lnekIurn were generally favored iT i for Statt ntlarce delegates to the r Kansas City convention Bryan was generally endorsed 1 4 COSGRKSS adjourned last Thurs day President Mack is doubtless 1 glad hut doesnt say so By next 4pinnhe will know whether he is tn four years longer the un 1Ornf1Eninrror of Uncle Samuels imperial domain or only a has 4 bern lifter next March 4th S 4 FAIR words are no account when fair deeds dont accompany them- I 4 4irfnllojr them closely All the talk in the wnrlil will not gloss over the crime of stealing the State oillces Dont fur an instant forget that I 1c the nflicinl returns gave Taylor 19371 votes and Goebel only 191 = 3 J Sk =GOCPEUSU is orgunizod and- un r scrupulous despotism for one thing Thppf who help to down it are not Jtheir State the very service but are- ttUu doing a great good for thai portion tf the great common peo ple who have been deluded by party limitation into supporting Goebe1ism r DeN reports Maya record break er in the largo number of failures randfor aggregate amount exceeded only six times since records p have been kept or for 80 months But no serious disturbance was created in commercial circleswhich ic taken aa an encouragement in r dicating an unusually solid found ation of business THAT Kentucky Congressman who IB charged with sending home t from Washington his bmilsoil r rd cloihing marked public docu b ttItnent at Uncle Sams expense is one the class of demagogues who A ute pride in the way they play Mhe great common people for 1 ruckers and howlRepublican trick ery loudest THE end of the Boer war is still t in the indefinite future to the l great disappointment of English people at home The Boers are now in a position to harass the British as the Cubans did the Span 4 ish and Filipinos are the Amen cans making it still costly to the I 4tiBistish and wearing out their pa t tience THESE is something the matter with Jo Only ten of the smaller s counties instructed for Blackburn r fur delegate to the Kansas City r convention Saturday while Mc Creary got nineteen counties and McQuown thirteen The most of the counties including the big ones are not reported as instructing 4dI 1Theremay he a hot fight at Louis iyule1S A TEBT singular suit for dama iJv feN has been brought in Fennsyl 1i vaaia Rev E E Dixon of Meth ndUt church prayed that lightning would strike a brewery in Strouds burg and wreck it It did so short ly afterward Now the proprietors to1 want damages on the grounds that 15f their lawful business should not be taude the subject of pulpit impre ciitionsIC MATOR HARRISONS friends arc v distributing knives at Chicago with Bro imd Harrison engraved on the blades indicating Carters nice PrcFidtntial nspirations A knife is the thing a politician should diPtrihuto OR an ad It is too sue ge tive Knifing a candidate or n politician knifing bis friends are 1 in which many experts j have developed GENERAL APAThY seems to he in romma nd of the Democrats of Ken tuckyin regard to the next national Bryanie convention There was l little interest and very light atten A jdancereported at the county con ventions Saturday Maybe the great common people are thinking ryt a bit more soberly than they used to They know Bryan came to Ken tucky andi ndorsed Goebelism and 1pptrenUy upholds the theft of State offices i J C f 4 I r3 lION Honnnr noo rrJqualified to Fpenk on the Mibjcci says the 1aris Kxposition is not in it by the side of the Chicago Fair which is gratifying to American pride lIe says there art many fakes in connection with lie show and ndvUes Anuricnns lo stny away That sat ilis all who want ed to go but couldnt afford it Tin Oiitlettsbnrg convention Veil tiesday of last week nominated JnincH N Kthop of Mnysville by acclamation for Congress in this district 11 r Kihoe Is ns thoroughly identified with Ooebclism as anyboiiy in the State An orig inal Goebel nan ho was one of Goebels trusted lieutenants in nil tho Music Hall convention outrages against Wat Hardin and finally against Capt Stone Goebels convention ally THK country is in a state of un certainty whether or not to extend its uratitudt to Lentz of Uhio lie held tho House by the throat during tho lust three days and pre vented legislation by unanimous consent because tho majority refused him permission to have the testimony of tho Cojur dAlene in vestigation printed The closing days are often utilized to rush job bony through and he may have done a great deulof good uninten tionally Gov TAYLOR being definitely out of the race John W Yerkes of Danville hasannounced his candi dacy for time Hepublican guberna tonal nomination He is likely to get it by enthusiastic acclamation The party would put its bet foot forward by nominating Yerkes He is u man who will command the re spect of tho opposition although they recognize him as tho strongest and ablest Republican that could be selected now WM G SHAm was nominated unanimously at the Democratic Congressional convention of the 14th Ohio district at Shelby Then he cut a caper by getting up anladmitting that he supported McKinley in 1S96 which created an uproar of course The outcome will probably be his resignation of the nomination Ho deserves the worst Thetemper of tho conven tion was shown in applauding Uryand name and endorsing him while Deweys name was hissed FROM one extreme to another is the tendency Formerly trade was of questionable dignity according to the worlds foolish wise ones Now the worlds foolish wise ones have apotheosized trade and it is superior to every nations moral ob ligations witness the imperialism of tho United States and the other great powers Maybe n reaction will come some day and tho truth he realized that important as trade Is it is not the most importa of mans mission nor tho vital season Jfor a nations existence mAT row in China may yot set tire whole world by the ears The situation gets more critical daily Russia is playing for the lions share nnd Japan is all but ready to pounce on Russia Tho other great European powers arc in a fidge fearing they wont get their share of the spoils if the break up of the Celestial Empire comes Uncle Sam seems to be ta king matters coolly but ho has prepared the big battleships Indiana and Massachusetts for a long voy age Tho closing year oftho century may yet witness the greatest clash of arms tho world has ever known TOE armorplate question is set tied for the present The House at the last moment agreed to the Sea ates ultimatum on the naval bill The Secretary of the Navy is given the authority to purchase tho necessary armor at a reasonable price within his discretion or if that beI not possible to build an armorplate factory at a cost not exceeding four million dollars It is some re lief to know that the construction of the navy will not necessarily beI delayed now The Secretary ballI power to bring the armor companies to terms or cause them to lose the business altogether TAUUANT of course is dead down on the trusts that is all in which Tammany magnates have no inter est But some of tho New York Ice Trust stock is held by leading lights of Tammany and theres the difference you see The politicians of both the big parties are the same way in that respect they are op posed to all trusts that they can derive no particular benefit from either as stockholders or employes or by means of campaign contribu tions The Goabelites at the late session of the Legislature bad no hostility to certain corporations that had contributed to their cam paign fund Still the great com mon people are expected to actr like suckers and bite at the miserable bait thrown out to them scarce ly or not all concealing the barbed c hook that will certainly impale them WHAT a goose that turkey gobbler is The Harrodsburg Sayings tells about it thus Mr Sam Brown of near Pleasant Hill owns a turkey gobbler that for three weeks line been sitdting on thirteen goose eggs sticks to his task faithfully and leaves the nest only at meal times If he were Fitting on a porcelain nebtegg trying to hatch out a cliiana shop on a doorknob to hatch out an opendoor policy in China or on a Guebelite seat in the Legis lature to hatch out a conspiracy to steal the Governors office he would be no more of a goose than some men but to tempt fate on thirteen goose eggs proves him to be hope lessly anserine Thirteen to one his progeny will in after years hiss him when he struts the proudest and will give vent to ribald song when he thunders loudest f t tf Z iT f oirJ1rI m ft i3S fc-s tI 1S 1 r r I 0Horn tho Senate and the House pluyid tIme raging lion up till with in u short time adjournment and then all at once changed into win Lu fleeced Marys lambs with blue ribbons a romi rid their necks und ca pered playfully around in the most innocent mniuior On tin previous Wednesday tins game of rotithingI MiirK I In mm was hnishruu ed in time Senate mid Murk pitched and CaVIl In till HOUPO old Jo Cnnnon unlimbered shed his neok ril nnd collar and gave an exhibi linn of a Ij inch rapidflier in notion tin galleries applauding vo ciferously Thursday nil was pence lInJlIud good humor OUKCOK went Republican by a yrcntly increased majority last week The imperiulicty of course attribute it to the national popu larity of the career of greed and C rqucst upon which Uncle San has entered though some no doubt conclude that Bryanifun which would be deadly cold poison in Un cle Sams insides was the real in fluence that brought about the re stilt Imperialism is like a gnu grened limb which if the worst comes can be amputated ilryanism la liken strong poison taken internally that may cause dissolution before a remedy cnn bo adminis tered =THREE young girl sympathizers with the riotous streetcar strikers in St Loui tore the clothes off oJ r a young girl because she rode on n street car and got two years each in n Reform School for their zeal If the same sort of justico was given the other lawbreakers there the disgraceful strike would soon be ended Since the trial of those three girls another party of women anti boys stripped a girl to the waist antI daubed her with greet pcint Later two moro girls were partially stripped The of lease of the victims was riding on tho street cars Still this nation must go abroad for fields to exercise its civilization in OHEAU went to the Louisa Re publican Appellate convention with the nomination well within grasp and his two rivals realizing it set the convention in u powerful commotion in the hope of some timing turning up that would favor them but they had to knock under Orcar was finally nominated by acclamation and the convention ad journed harmoniously Orear was time strong man of the district los the place and it was generally ac recognized The district is over whelmingly Republican and there is every prospect now that Orcar will largely increase his partys majority next November lie ranks as a lending lawyer of tho State and besides is thoroughly versed in politics THE British entered Pretoria but Oom Paul has the executive department on wheels in a rail road car and moving around to the places of greatest safety still in touch with lila army Ho say hewill not leave tho country but will fight to the bitter end Oom Pauls pluck is all right and his judgment may be for the best As tho British are determined to do their worst in destroying tho Boer power it can not be any worse fur them to struggle till the last Life and a hard struggle for subsistence in a country taxed to pay the enor mous cost of the war will be the most that the Boers can expect at British hands It was tho brute policy of scheming knaves thnt aimed from before the Jameson raid at destroying Boer sovereignty and all their political power SOOTH TRIURLB seems to havo got a black eye in the 7th district Such a racket was raised over the freezeout game played in his in terest by the district committee that the committee met again nnd by a majority of one called pro cinct mass meetings instead of the primary election previously order ed to choose a candidate for Congress Under the first call tho ex penses of holding a primary were estimated at 2000 but in the event of there being only one can date he was to be declared the nominee by the committee without holding a primary Trimble had all but won that sort of a cheap nomination when tho outcry and pressure became too strong for the committee and it changed its notion The opendoor policy for nil who would support the nominee was also adopted in regard to the participants in the precinct meetings Now Allen of Fayetto reo enters the race The primary election is unquestionably the fairest method of ascertaining the will of tho party members provided the officers are all honest men But theres the rub A great many people believe nominations have been stolen out yearsAgaincandidates in primaries are assessed far in excess of the propor primaryletionwasteful expense and is particular y a hardship on the defeated can didates CORRESPONDENCE CraiKS Your scribe saw a maddog Sun ay Cherries are ripe but they are vfry small Sundayschool is well attended t Slate Valley Wm Craig had a very sick child but it is better now Willie E Atchison of Suit Lick was the guestof Sam Shultz aodI family Sunday Eph Hatten wife and children of Upper Prickly Ash arc guests of the latters parents this week Elder Anderson of near Odessa has been preaching several nights at Craigs the past weekI Zt w w3t I tt 1t Mrs Jo Toy of hear Simurpsburg was so shocked at the explosion of a lid from a vessel where she was milking preserves that they had to lalln physician but she is nil right now Married Sunday Aaron Rodgprs and Mis Nora Rolinson Elder White officiating They started immediately to Hoekville where a Iteept ion awaited them a t the immune of a sister of the groom These tire worthy young people both of Craigs and we wish them u long and happy life Wvominu You will call me a dead letter this wemkas news is so scarce in this section Mrs Harriott Smetlley of Town cnme Saturday to visit relatives and friends Mr nnd Mrs Oscar Conyers of near Flemingsburg visited Mr and Mrs D B Conycrs Saturday night and Sunday Bro Willie Williams preached for us Sunday night and dIll sea well He shows in his improve ment that he means to be n gout preacher or none Crooks Our sick are improving slowly Two life insurance men were here last week writing policies Everybody hero is done setting tobiteco and it is looking well Sam Hughes bought of John F Johnson Jr somo corn at 3 per barrel We understand some of the boys mode turtle soup on Slate Creek Saturday night Quite a crowd attended preach ing ut the Old Fields graveyard Sunday There will bo meeting there again next Sunday morning and afternoon Elder Tinsley will preach at Ken dolls Spring next Sunday after noon at S oclock instead of tIm fourth Sunday as stated in ins issue Let all come out and hear shim MrsDonohue has two cherry tree culled the Rocky Mountain cherry The trees are six feet tall and were full of cherries but the chickens ate them nil oil and Mrs D got a taste IUppor Prickly Ash ISam Lathram bought a bay mare of Thomas Horseman for 75 Quite a crowd attended chur at Harpers Sunday afternoon Nathaniel Mnrkland and Clan Crouch were In Carlisle Saturday on business Mrs Jo Spencer of Roes Run was a caller at Thus P Honakors Sunday afternoon Almnnzn Stone nnd wife vmfed the latterV parents in FlemingCo Saturday and Sumlny IIII Cars of iiifir Judy Monir gomery county visitt l relatives in this vicinity first of the week James Kendall of near Ewing ton was in this nighorhood Sun day afternoon culling on the fair sex lIrsEllu Hamilton and children of near Mt Sterling iHtrd rein lives in this nvighborhood first o I the week Mrs Albert Wilson and Mrs T L Peters of near Bethel visited their mother Mrs Nancy Shrottt last week Morehead Uncle Sum is having n hot ok time counting his big family Miss Maggie Turner and littim- sister visited home folks at Preston Irst week Sweet little Pat Tuber of Far mere was tho guest of relatives here last week Odom Durham with W J Fell at Salt Lick visited home folks here Sunday Circuit Court is in its second weeks session Several cases have been disposed of They say we will surely have a railroad from here to West Liberty So mote it be Will C Hayney formerly of this place now a resident of Owlngs yule was in our city Friday Among the fair visitors to this city last week was Miss Mary Alice Green a very pleasant young lady of Farmers Morehead is not solidly Republican but every one of her citizens believes in expansion Come over andsee us grow Hon A T Wood of Mt Sterling and Attorney Gilbert Caasidy of Flemingsburg were legal visitors here last week Miss Stella Montague a descry edly popular young lady of Farmers has secured a Government po sition at Washington Rowans vineclad hills and peaceful dales offer a pleasant re treat to time careworn sundried dwellers of tho bluegrafts region Your Howards Mill correspond ent is a veryslick article but not oily enough to FIND himselfand then work us for that thirty cents rewardThe C 0 O has dining cars on its trains which pass hero now but we still suffer three times a day or oftener from that aching void in tho bread basket Aguinnldo has been killed again and Gen Egotist Otis has the Philippine question well in hand so says the dickey bird Moral Dont believe all you hear Morehead today has tho brightest prospects of anytown in Kentucky Mountaineer Yea verily but prospects however flattering wont build a town it takes cash brains and muscle 4 f1f 1 flfr J J c Pli ti Preston E II Bnehford was in Salt Lick Sunday Mrs Pat Piersall was the guest of her sister Mrs Jessie Thomas Sunday Mr Livia Clark and niece Miss Livia MeClain came out Saturday to visit time family of Henry John unIIClia Lodge sustained a badly leg tho past week while logging by having his leg caught between the log mind a tree Business has been quite active Wcjo time past spring One lirrr trie Prendergast Lumber it Con Co shipped almost 700000 ft of lumber during the months of April and May Now that our Gocbel friends have succeeded in landing Al r Beckham in Coy Taylors office some of them feel confident tint they will be able to lay McKinley smut this fall on similar terms Wu recentlyI1tho negro Vote out of the way ensilyIbe holding to that theory to not bet too heavily even if ho should succeed in getting the negro out jf the WilY If they will just ask the hundreds of thousands of la boring men and business men gen emily about the times four year ago anti those of today I think that they would be compelled to fall upon a surer 1111- mmGrange Cltv Several attended Court in Ow ingsville Monday Miss Rosa Johnson visited a Olympia last week Miss Carrie Vice of Oklu visit ed relatives here Saturday anm SundayEli Will Bryant of Louis rule came buck Monday to tobacco changedtmorning Mrs James Riddle and daughter of Odessa visited relatives here last week Mrs Al Rawlings returned homer last week from n three weeks visit to relatives in Iowa Bruce Snedegar and family o Wyoming visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Luther Rawlings mind fumilyof parentsIThe Christian Church here will Sundnyrare sermon A large crowd attended the Sun ttllrIIpeuars were in attendance Miss Ida Harmon cninc up from Lxitigo whore lichul iifcn nt tcndiii a butrino college Shu ttartcd Saturday for Virginia lo accept a position us stenographer She is a nice young Iuiimind we wish her success Palmer Hurst and MissOIKc Rico elipeil Saturday to Maysvillc and were united in marriage The were accompanied by E B Lynum ansI Miss Etta Ruwlings They re turned Sunday to the homo of the brides parents We wish them long and happy life- Knob Lick Fine growing weather Farmers are very busy ITbe meadows will bo short also crop Born to the wife of George girlIWe had quite a lot of visitors at Sunday school Sunday iMrs Joba Clark who has been very sick is some better Mrs Wm Barker is very poorly attended by Dr Alexander The apple crop is falling off from the effects of the dry weather There will bo a full crop of blackberries where there are briars John and Bob Colliver took s run over to Grange City Sunday on their wheels Mrs Jas Lowe is in n dangerous condition Born to the wife of Jas Lowe a child stillborn Miss Lutie Quisenberry and sis ter Miss Ola visited hero Sunday They will go from hero to Salt Lick The ore company sent out several cars of ore last week They have commenced building intending to put up some 20 houses There was quite a crowd here Sunday expecting Bro Crouch to preach Ho was not here There may have been somo misunder standing concerning the appoint mont In glancing over a paper published not a great ways from here I was amused at the idea it wanted to convoy The language used was that prosperity had struck us as soon as the Domocrats got control of the State Our hopo is that it will not grow any more and assume the form of Democratic prosperity that wo had prior to Bradleys ad ministration when Kentuckys obligations were lower than was ever known Moore Ferry John Williams of Nebraska is visiting his brother Joseph Wit llama Mrs J W Reeves of Salt Lick visited relatives in Fleming county near hero Sunday John H Razor and family of Fleming county visited hit brother Thomas F Razor Sunday Misses Lucy and Lillie Jones were the guests of Miss EfiicStaton Saturday night and Sunday 4 e 1 rtFJA t4 i t tf4 r f jt Alex Maze and familyof Knob Lick visited relatives in Fleming county near here Saturday and SundayMiss Olliennd BInnchio Williams and Peiichic Shrout visited Miss Ollio Carpenter in Rowan county Saturday night timid Sunday Boys when you go to see your girl arid get to eating your pros pective iiiotherinInws jan on the sly he n littlo careful of time front of your coat that it doni give you awayElder Wesley Blevins will preach at Hedrick8 Saturday night and Sunday und Bro W A Williams of Lexington Bible College will continue time meeting through the week until and including the fourth Sunday Bro Williams will be as slated by two or three very able ministers of the Christian church Let every member come out every night and let us have a glorious good meeting I Married at Morehead on the 7th nst Presley Triplett of this place and Miss Jane Goldy daughter of William Goldy of Marshall This was rather a surprise to their many friends May joy anti pros perity attend them through the Journey of life and each day be coming more attached If what love is thou wouldst be taught Thy heart must teach alone thotmghmtTwo Ewln ton Dee Shultz is some better of his rheumatismMason still continues poorly with consumption tWill Barnes sold some corn to Kelly Barnes at 275 per bbl 1Jim Barnes solrla bunch of to Richard Robinson at 425 ofccorn country so it looks right greasy reInew your su or rowing tho paper and be happy Owings Carter of color and Joe Ghnst died last week with pneumonia Mr Ghast once lived on Flat Creek A couple of our neighbor boys dayfeach other very much havingrLao schoolhouse by buildinga yard fence ana digging a cistern Time Crane Bros of Chicago are very busy rutting nnd sawing lulU her at Springfield und hauling same to this place fur shipment larzsuurgJ- ohn Hawkins was in Owingsvillc Suturdav on business M V Hostyiin was in Mt Ster ling Friday yn busness- ElginJas W of Maypville was here several days last week Clark Biktnun of Owingsvillc was a visitor here Saturday and Sunday Mrs F SAllen and Mrs Adrien Ratliff were visitors ut Mt Sterling Saturday Mrs Sallie A Tnul was a guest of her daughter Mrs Will Mallcry last week E E Peck mind daughter Miss Florence were visitors at Mt Ster ling Friday R N Ratliff wife nnd little daughter Jennie were visitors in Mt Sterling Friday Mr and Mrs James Wholoy of near Bethel were guests of Mrs Sallie Thomas last week James Sousley of Fleming Co was the guest of his cousin Walter Boyd several days lust week Mrs H B Brockway of Mt Sterling was a visitor at her sister Mrs Thomas several days the past weekSeveral of the young folks near town attended the icecream supper at Peytons Lick Saturday night for time benefit of the church there ITho heaviest rain of tho sensor fellon Friday night about a mile and n half southwest of our town washing the ground badly In places and Injuring the late set tobacco Bethel Miss Lillio Letton has gone to South Carolina Miss Hortenso Letton is visiting friends in Nepton A great deal of sickness in our Tillage and the community around After so much rain the farmers have all been busy setting tobacco all about doneIMrs Andrew Trumbo and chil dren of Carlisle arc visiting her mother Mrs Susan Hazelrigg this week Miss Maggie Cannon has beenI quite ill for the past week not much improvement at this writing nervous trouble Mrs Will Baird attended tho Conference Missionary Society at Lexington as a delegate from the iethcl society The sick in the village are improving Mrs John Gossett Mrs Ed Ratliff Mrs Sim Evans and Mrs John Hawkins Dr Davis went to Louisville last week and returned home Thursday I with his wifewho is much improved beingable to walk around a little Dr Judy and family will leave Thursday June 14 for Millers burg their future home They have bought a lot and will build this fall We regret very much to have them leave usaA crowd of about 500 assembled at the church Sunday evening about 8 oclock to attend tho Chil drens Day service The church J 70 oIp iTr f mrj r IIrER IHandmade j Easy Payments Guaranteed 5 Years 4 DISCOUNT FOR CASH ICECREAM FREEZERS i L AGENTS FOR FIELD FENCE fj I I S S S S S S S S I S S S S S S S S S EatwE cId flcefawI1tot S S lsTm3eopkS c oebel lor tS Ulutr6tcd 4 4 11 This work Is production of three j1 ZxmlsYllI newspaper men ham UU at the same time reUablO handbook of facta that S Will be used as book of reference for years to come te ririUCUti Agent Wanted Vor Unoccupied Territory Addret- tj THE Wda 81 38 and 85 East Portk Street Clactcattl Okie lSSSSS SSSSSSSSS SSS SISSSSSS SS S ISISSS was decorated with white lilies emblems of purity ferns sweet peas and evergreens in profusion The address by ROT Schoonover on Missions was delivered and the pieces by the little children were admirably recited Jesus said Suffer thelittlc children to come unto me forof such is the Kingdom of Heaven Mrs Dr Letton presided at the organ The music und songs by time young ladies beautiful Quite a large collection was given for mission purposes Odessa Gee II Gudgell lost by death good cow Sunday from an unknown entire J B Jones writes he likes the West finely and is at present at Nedawaki Kansas Mrs Francis Coidiron Aunt has been quite sick for the past week Mrs Betlie Roberts and sister MUs Rosa Darnell of near Ringua Mill visited time formers sister Mrs Coldiron Saturday and Sun day Ins AMT UORNBACRS DEATH Aunt Amy as she was culled by most all who knew her had beesr to her bed for about years with a dislocated hip caused byn full Otherwise she enjoyed good health for one of her age until Sunday night June 3d After eating w hearty supper she ns usual dozed off to sleep and seem to rest nicely until near day light when she was heard making a noise that was uncommon On her it was found she was in bad condition and un conscious Medical assistance was bad at once It was found that she had a severe case of grip which later developed into pneu mania which proved fatal on the morning of the sixth She was buried evening at the family burying ground on the hill near by She was the last member of the family of the children of Abner Arrasinitb Aunt Amy was born February 29th 1812 died June Gib 1000 was 88 years 3 months and 5 days old She was a faithful member of the Christian church nt White Oak where her has been fol over 60 years and is the first nam enrolled on the church book She was a true Christian and was noted by the older class as being the most attentive and ever ready and willing to do something for the sick or afflictedwho were in reach of her i the poor in al ways being remembered firstby her and could always find bread aodI comfort by knocking at her door We can say that n noble woman is gone from our sight though to bo seen again by those who hold fast the end like she in that beautiful prepared for the faithful and nil who walk in the path that she has trod Rest to her soul South Side Corn is selling at 3 per bbl Prof Kimbrel has lost his moustache Those that failed to read the editors able reply Truth Wont Down and Knob Licks in issue of Mny 31 missed half the paper Our items failed to find their way to TUE OUTLOOK last weekon account of the carriers memory We will have to put string the toe next Gurruls are never satisfied Whin they are in short skirts they re crying for long wans and they git long wans they hold thim up and they have the waist clear out of sightIlt the shoulders r j 17 c t r z1 ARE DEALERS IN Saddles 3 BUGGYWAGONHARNESS SioYesRangGSrales j1OFWag0115 aijd Faxft ItIp1ettefJt5l1li r Ifr1achinaSS25 SILVERWAREAMERICAN i r 5 SSIS SSSSS nnPUBLISHED I i t iiJc S political TIbtcf 1k UIUtV r wtrt Md arc yd flirit uwuus S P V CHA =S One Large OdaYO Volume OYer US A S Illuitratlons Cloth xtza J a 117S re iii K4I1 Postago Paid 01111eceft of Price the Who FiSand a a ROBERT CLARKE rS beautifully appropriately a Frankieisind Confined approaching Wednesday consequently membership particular o communication a arouodI gentlemans whinI JUST amntlUltlUE NwMcbtkuIIIIse 71tEIW0UES COMPANY PUBUSHERS In n few more months there will be politics in the air in fact er erywhere else- Chiklrene day at the M R Church at Salt Lick was largely 4 attended The manner in which the children sang and recited show ed the good training and Iustineetina given them by the good ladies officers and teachers of the school West End tried an experiment t2of mixing sawdust with his chicken ffeed The results were so satisfac tory that he discontinued the use of meal altogether antI fed his j many chickens entirely un sawdust Soon after adopting the scheme ha set It lien with fifteen eggs SLe brought nlTtliirtrrn cliirkstTweIve of them had wooden legs and the thirteenth was u wldlIck r 4 Man has rights founded In prin ciVIcs ir nnturr These rights have been prnerlrd by what is known us the Gotbel law Crushed and prnstrntel are our people today pleading fur liberty anti free darn Eery honest ptri on either Democrit or Hepublican well knows that on Nov 7th 1899 William S Tnjlor received 193714 votes for Governor and William Goebel received 191331 thus mak ing TaylorB plurality 2383 after J Goebel had boasted time and again that they could not possibly tenl it Folly mind rasealily have been practiced instead of honesty Igno mace has reigned instead of know c ledge and benevolence Thus the highest holiest and sublime pow era of man have been repressedandr distorted by the degrading shackles of rascality But the day IB com ling when this class of politicians will not succeed if there ii any honesty and courage left in our people There is not the least of doubt that there arc more men in Kentucky who have the kind of courage that will walk up the polla in November and vote their sentij meats fur right than anybody has any idea of They must have the courage to down the unseen foe that works by stealth and in the darkness of night which has done the blaekest crime that was ever perpetrated by a political party os z a decent people A SOUTH SIDE MAIDENS BASH ACT Slowly slowly she approached him Ior her heart was with fear knew that she must kill him And the deed must be done hereSPOb sho wns a fairyoungnmaldcnsWith blue and olden hair But with trouble she was laden And trouble laden with care Oftentimes he had deceived her He had filled her heart with woe But now the tiino bad come to her i When she could no mercy show No one will ever know she thought They would never think of me- Andthensheallhercouragewrought i And her daggerhow it gleamed She was sure that she could do itThough she was young and timid Ill cast his body In yon pit When he is dead she whimpered- He was slttlngon the window And his back to her was turned She approached thou bending low His position soon discerned isSNearer nearer went she to him They were in tho room alone She raised her weapon to strike him But alas the bug was gone SCHLBY CONTINUED ON FIRST PAGE To those who drink whisky of pleasure HARPER Whisky adds zest to existence To those who drink whisky for healths sake HAR PER Whisky makes life worth liv ug Sold by J W Lane Owings villc Ky and lane Hazelrigg 1 Olympian Springs Ky fS- 1S enoDohmeclll1Sc1 or Inventive infix dealrtDgatriPCOueParlsEn081UoawtUlIlD04 I aIT1Ddn e JNT K COK1 Baltimore 9fd p k tlr p ii t