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For a stylish turnout of any dcs cription go to PATTERSON St CATLETT i ujZLilCtermelons in last week 3tiwill see the most of tho wbeat harvested in this section- S Watch out of repair Take it to Mr Andrews watchmaker at 0 C HarrIs Blackberries will soon be ripe and then cornbreads nose will be out of joint Born Saturday afternoon to Mr and Mrs James M Ramey a sons their firstborn E C PERET Dentist located over J M Richarts store Offi- cebours8to12am1tO5P ID C tIi Now doth the busy fly improve each shining hour tickling bald headland noses with almighty power Or The harvesters so far have had a cool time for their work In fact Iifthishas been a cool spring except few days 6 GET MARRIED Some one hurry up and get married O C Harris h wants to sell some wadding rings Elder T S Tinsley will preach the funeral of Harrison Swetnam 4tWhite Oak church the first Sun diy In 1u1 st 3 oclock p i- nk2 Refined sugars have advanced 55 ft points wholesale in the past three weeks That is gewrally the case during the fruitcanning season 7 Get prices on tho Champion Mowers and Malta Double Shovel 2 Plows and Cultivators nt Eugene s Minibne 41tf Robert Folcy of color Strte President of the UB Society left- Tuesday to visit the lodges at Lexington Georgetown and other f places Wheat continues to advance in the big markets owing to the fail l ure of tie crop in sections and the depredations of the hessian fly fy elsewhere to The early dronth stunted rasp r berries to about half their usual size but the seeds are just as large and numerous as ever if not a lit tie mOre 10 Go to O C Harris for fine watch and jewelry repairing All work guaranteed Hetekiah Utterback for the kill lug of Dud Cliakenbeard was given j two years IB the penitentiary on the fourth trial of the case at Paris last week = An Spider Icof measles has eelzedO wings villc ad i and chil dren both being attacked iwfam ilics have escaped whep the memo j hers were Hot immune FOB Burr Pasture good fence and lasting water Field and time it ber land Yearlings 50c cattle 80 cents per head ROES Btnr Isox Co 1Jt The mosquito bills are being Introduced now in the general assem bly and are being passed down into the blood despite the strenuous hostility of the opposition 1 The hop to be given by the Ow ingsviile Dancing Club at the promLtons Orchestra from Lexington will furnish the music i FOB REKT Good blue grass and timothy pasture with plenty lasting water Calves and yearlings 80 cU per month cattle 150 per month horses and mules 175 Apply to foreman at the mine KOBE BFX IRON Co The concerts given by the ladies r- 2of the Methodist and Episcopal churches at the Courthouse Wed- may and Thursday nights were will patroaized and much enjoyed Sixtyodd dollars were cleared PROLIFIC APPLE THEE James B I Hughes teat in last Saturday a r sample of the kind of apples he has this year Fancy a twig six inches long with eighteen healthy apples that would average Ii inches in di ateroB it The twig and its dikes cb of mammoth fior an I f B twig They are C Jq to some being quite I 0 5 I 1 4fv f V iI Qj 1oJP fft ai 1 4 4HI t J ttrJJri i Q t i 1l c It Lt r ilf tt i liti ff1 L JoIf Tt t f f p FiJJr 4AI t j1 WlrJr 1f401 Fl t71y5d r 1 MENSAND BOYS CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS ETC KI OW1NGSVILLE J WILL BUT YOUR OLD GOLD for cashor exchange for new jewelry and if you wish we will manufac ture your old gold into new and uptodate jewelry O C HAKBIS Judge C R Brooks of Guthrio Oklahoma has the thanks of an OUTLOOK man for a copy of Governors report on Oklahoma Territory The new Christian Church at Grange City will not be ready for dedication the fourth Sunday as announced Due notice will be given when the dedication will tako place Bath Lodge No 55 F A M1 willobserve St Johns Day Satur dayJune 23d by a parade on the streets after which tho annual dinner will be served All members of the lodge are especially invited to be present A party of our colored boys left Monday to work on a railroad in West Virginia They ara Abe Hurt Clarence Reed Mort Ewing Sant Fields Jim Jackson Bob Ewing and Case Daniel It is hoped that they mny do well To BORE FOR OILDr Elmer Northcutt manager of the Mt Ster ling Oil and Gas Co was here Thursday on business and paid our office a social call He is a pleas ant gentleman He says his company has commenced boring for oil at Mt Sterling and expects to go to work in this county in a short time GOOD TERlnlsJD N Young on Monday commenced the erection here of a coldstorage warehouse where C P Mann had his barber shop Mr Young will have a first class cutler and will fur the pres ent handle the Armour refrigerator beef Ho will ulso sell it This is an enterprise the town has long needed nnd the citizens will show their appreciation of it 4ARRIZbATSALTLICKM rDukC Frederick and Miss Elizabeth Lee Green both of SnIt Lick were mar ned ut that town Tuesday of last wee Mr Frederick id a well known joung business man and is the son of Mr and Mrs LC Frederick The bride is the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs John Green and is wellknown and popular nil over this section of the State We extend congratulations RAILROAD NEWS iirooksville Ky June 19th 1DOOTo the E- dioorMr M W Venable Chief Engineer of the Cincinnati Licking River Railroad Companyar rived yesterday with an additional force of assistants The company now has two surveying parties in the field working in different direction both looking for tho best route from Brooksville to Johnson Junction It is understood that they will also begin shortly the preliminary survey of the extensions from Hilisboro to Morebead and Salt Lick LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET By George R Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CoJune 15 1900Under large offerings this week our market has been remark ably strong and active the common grades selling high and the redded good leaf and lugs showing a decid ed improvement in prices To give your readers an idea as to bow good redried tobaccos are selling will quote you a couple of sales made at our house this week On Wednesday in a break of 32 hhds we sold 21 above lOc We sold good leaf and traibes from Shelby county at 1525 1525 1475 1350 1175 11 In our sale Thursday out of a break 31 hbds we sold 17 above lOc and 6 hhds from 1250 to 1450 Redried tobaccos are want ed by the manufacturers who have no opportunity to redry any tobac co the past season We look for a continued strong and active mar ket until a rush of summerorder tobacco sets in- W0NMEDAtWilliam ABrooks the eldest son of Judge and Mrs Caleb R Brooks of Guthrie has achieved great honor at college and in so doing brought honor to Oklahoma by winning a scholar ship for a full course in the Chicago University Brooks is only seven teen years old and has been a stu dent in the Culver Military acad emy nt Culver Ind during the past two years He has completed the four years course carrying off the honors above all other members of a large class in the four years work and thus winning the most valuable prize offeredthe Chicago University scholarship The excel lent showing of young Brooks is a big item for Oklahoma as he won in a contest which was open to the world and in which ho was victori ous only by hard and energetic work He returned home to Guth rio Friday night und will spend bis vacation here going in the fall to ChicagoGuthrie Capital- Z i ffe f I 75J CJ I Ijt I fiI J FHOU SWEET OWEN Monterey Owen Co June 11th IDOOMr Editor I have been reading TilE OUTLOOK for some years but I havent read anything from Sweet Owen We have a nice little town of 400 inhabitants Monterey lies on the east side of the Ken tucky river 19 miles from Frank doingI a d stores two drygoods and grocery stores combined two grocery stores three saloons 3 millinery shops four tobacco dryhousc0ono church three blacksmith shops two drugstores four physicians two den tists one cooper shop two hotels We can boast of seven oldest per sons there are in any town of the size in Ky Mrs Church is 97 Winsted Willhoit 96 James Pryor 91 Coto Fishback 87 David Daw son 82 William Long 78 C L Knox 78 making a total of 608 years an average of 87 years 1C any town of the size can boat this let us know C L KNOX FROM WASHINGTON CrrrIt is with pleasure that I send greetings of good cheer in behalf of our young friend and Republican lead er Hon O F Byron He came hero in February and secured a position as clerk in the Government Printing Office but bis un tiring efforts never failed him and he has at last plucked a good plum in the Census Bureau and it can bo readily seen that another link has been added to the chain of happy Kentuckians from the Ninth District backed by that prince of gentlemen and Republi can leader Hon Sam J Pngb who is ever ready to exted n helping hand to his friends nnd especially his constituents Mr Byron is specially fitted for the new pusi tion which is a very important place in the Census Bureau and it is not only the opinion of the writur but of the Kentucky doe gntion bore that Guy Merriam could have made no better selec tin thlIff hnva plnoed BTtynain the Judge Iugh deserves a grout deal of praise in securing Mr Byron the place and it ia with great pleasure that wo notify the good citizens of Bath and the lie publicans of the Ninth Distrivt that their young friend and leader hnfc a berth of which he citiy feel proud Fraternally Yours Wjs F SCHOOLER 63OGSINE DEGENERACY OF PICNICS A citizen registers this sort of kick against the degeneracy of the picnic I have just been thinking how the oldtime picnic has been knock ed out by the uptodate money making enterprise of the picnic promoterIn times the announcement of a general picnic brought to the grounds the good people from far and near with wellOiled baskets the contents of which were at the hour of noon spread out Invitingly and were partaken of by the owners and their invited guests An innocent good time was had there generally being good speaking music dancing and plenty of free water There were generally refreshment booths on the grounds where were sold lemonade ice cream confectionery and other knickknacks but these booths wore incidental to the picnic and not the picnic an excuse for the booths Nowadays the picnic promoter as a money cpeculation gets out posters announcing preferably a Sundayschool picnic with good speaking plenty of free ice water eatables etc But the real milk in the cocoanut is the booths for the sale of eatables and beverages The ice water is generally just out but lemonade soda pop etc can be bought at the booths Some bring their lunches but if the greater part get anything to eat they have to buy it The mercenariness of the thing is killing out the old son timent for picnics as the taint of moneymaking is too palpable in It TOE PRESS AND TOE PULPITA preacher once said Editors dare not tell the truth If you did you would not live Your newspaper would be a big failure The editor replied You are right And the minister who will at all times tell the truth about his members alive or dead will not occupy the pulpit more than one Sundayand he will find it neces sary to leave town in a hurry The press and tho pulpit go hand in hand withthe whitewash brushes and kind Words magnifying little virtues into big ones The press the pulpit and tho gravestones are the great saintmakers The minister went away looking very thoughtful while the editor turned to ala work telling the surpassing Liuty of the bride when in fact she was as ugly as a mud fince Keystone Pa Gazette V t f 4 PERSONAL E L Clifton of Yale was in town Friday and Saturday John S Hughes southwest of town is improving from his tick ness Miss Ruthie Lathram of Owen county is visiting relatives in this county Mrs N R Patterson has returned from a visit to relatives in Mt Sterling iJas W Smith and Ed Myers were in Mt Sterling Saturday on business Miss Eva McKinnovan left Tuesday to visit her brother Claude at Midway Miss Beulah Hockersmithof Em inence visited Miss Mary Dawson from Friday until Tuesday Mrs Fannie Goodpaster of Mt Sterling came Tuesday to visit her daughter Mrs N R Patterson Miss Myrtlo Stout returned Tues day from a several weeks visit to Louisville Lagrange and Worth yule Matt Maury of Dayton roan spent from Sunday till Monday af ternoon with his sister Mrs II C GudgellMrs Claude Paxton of Mt Sterling arrived Wednesday of last week to visit her father W H DaughertyMrs Warner who has been seriously ill for some time is able to sit up some to the gratification of her many friends Miss Jennie Mny Wndo of Mont gomery county visited her sister Mrs Robert Coyle near town from Thursday until Saturday MrFHonaker Jr nnd children went Sunday to visit her brothers Jessie ami Juntos Jackson nt Spencer Montgomery county Mrs T J Yiuinj of Louisville iited her sister MrlJ B Good pasler a couple of days lasV week and MM G returned home with her for a visit Ford Patterson was in it Slot ling Thursday lie was accompa nied borne by Miss Amy Brooks who had boon the guest tif relatives there for several days Guy H Rntliff spent Saturday and Sunday in Winchester being accompanied by Miss Bcttic Withers of Sbarusburg They were the guests of Miss Sadie Nolceni Misses Mary Patterson of Lex ington and Rebecca Ashton of Covington are expected to arrive the middle of this week to visit Mr and Mrs N R Patterson Ecton Botts and Miss Nellie Lane Will Lane and Miss Ella Botts all of Bethel were guests at H L Lanes Saturday on their way to visit the family of R H Lane near Stepstone The following from hero attended the Olympian Springs opening hop last Thursday night John Peters Walter Coyle Ford and Clark Patterson Jack Owings Bob Catlett Bige Wells W F Mark Dr E C Perry Ed Conner and Josh Ewing A PSALM OF LirnMan that is born of his parents is of few days and full of microbes He goeth to school when youngster and gets the seat of his pants paddled for something be did not do until ho is sick at heart He groweth up liken weed in a back yard and soon reacheth the age when be Is com posed largely of feet freckles and an appetite for pie About the time he gets too long for short pants and not long enough for long onolI be goeth away to college and learn eth how to monkey with a three dollar mandolin and play whisky poker He cometh home a bigger fool than ever and marrietb a sweet young thing whoso pa is supposed to be wealthy but who ho subsequently ascertuineth could not buy the prize rooster at a county fair Ho worryeth along from year to year gradually ac quiring offspring until his house resembles a Sundayschool class just before Christmas He fretteth through the dayand lieth awake at night trying to fig uro out to keep himself and his dependant population out of the poorhouse His efforts are reward ed by having his daughters run away and get married and bring him home a nice soninlaw every few days to feast at his board His sons grow up and call him gover nor and set him for a fivespot every day or two About the time ho has acquired enough lucre to make it worth while for his heirs to quarrel over he contracteth cold and is hurried away before he has bud time to have a talk with his family His sons blow in his es tate on bad whisky and plug hats and his wife puts the finishing touches to his career by marrying the hired manEx We do best Job Work 5 Coy Mounts Reasons SirTn refusing to honor the requisition for the return of Governor Taylor I desire to state that I have carefully examined the constitution al provisions for the extradition of persons charged with crime The spirit of the constitution does not deprive tho executive of tho inherent sovereign right to exercise his die cretionary powers and in lieu of that power make of this coordinate branch of the government a mere clerkship with power to sign requisition papers regardless of whether in so doing he is Imperiling the life and liberty of the man sought to be extradited or whether he is further- Ing tho ends of Justice or dethroning justice and enthroning persecution I deplore the assassination of the Jato William Goebel and would not for a moment refuse to return Mr Taylor or any other man charged with complicity in that crime if I could persuade myself that the party so charged under existing cpndl tions would be accorded a fair trial I do not believe a fair and impartial trial can or will at this time bo given Mr Taylor When Judge Cantrlll of the trial court at Frankfort declares that lie would not subject a sheepkilling dog to a trial under such circumstances ns exist may I not justly refuse to send Mr Taylor back to be subjected to a trial with this prejudice intensified and fanned into hate When a man who fa a controlling spirit in the prosecution a witness In this case and prominent In its councils uses the monstrous language that when they should get control they would hung Republicans like pigs to a pole and these an archistic words have not to my knowlenge been denied the question of guilt seems of little conse quence in this conspiracy against innocent men the furtherance of which is indicated Iiy indictments bund by n pnrtlznn grand jury Upon such flatting is bused tho requi sition powers which I now refuse to honor I regret the fact that the n Miujif vunrSUteJii marjrf d by bit ter political strife When partfzun rapacity leads to acts that endanger liberty and jeopardize life it Is time to remedy tio cause Iiy reforming the evil iiuteud of persecuting theI wrongedGovernor Mount quotes the Louts yule CourierJournals utterances condemnatory of tho Goebcl law and continues This bill thus denounced was en acted into law and under its Iniquitous provisions the people of Ken tuckywero deprived of their will expressed at the ballot box Adding Insult to Injury tho man chosen ItSI the Governor or Kentucky has beenI defrauded of his rights and charged with being a conspirator to commit murder After a partisan Election Board chosen under the Goebel lawIwas forced to give a certificate of election to Governor Taylor a fur ther effort was made to deprive him of his office through the unlawful methods of the Legislature The Louisville Evening Post a Democratic newspaper commentlngon theI Iniquitous methods of the Legisla ture saidliThe Legislature of Kentucky met on January 1 1000 It se lected the committee to hear tho ev idence concerning tho contested case not by lot but by an open jugglery with tho box The members of the House called the attention of the Speaker to the fact that the require ments of the constitution were notI being observed The committee was notbeing selected by lot but by various devices Intended to eliminate all chance to use the word of Mr Watterson from the selection The box was there to test the truth of these accusations An appeal was demanded to the box itself It was refused by the Speaker and by the House and the process went on by means of which the ten Democrats aud one Republican were selected to try tho contested case of Governor and nine Democrats and two Repub Henna to try the case of Lieutenant Governor It has been carefully calculated by mathematicians that the chance of such a combination was as one In 85000- have referred to editorials In Democratic papers not to inject any political bias into this case but to reveal the infamous injustice that has been forced upon tho people and that tho indictment of Governor Taylor has for its real purpose the palliation of this crime and for the further purpose of diverting public attention from this injustice by mak ing it appear that tho man thus robbed of his office Is a murderer and unfit to servo in thoWgh capac ty to which be was chosen by tho suffrage of the voters of his Com monwealthMr who has charge of the prosecution of this caso was asked today when the indictment was found against Mr Taylor nndI answered Juno 11 but the Indict ment shows on its face that it was returned April 19 Mr Taylor Inquired of the Commonwealths At torney If ait iiihPtmant had been returned BiHinst iim which informa tion was Jeni d him This is cer II n tainly u violation of tbe spirit of the criminal code of your State and does not savor of an honest purpose to deal justly with the accused Another phase of the question that deserves to bo challenged is the ac Lion of the General Assembly in set ting aside the enormous sum of 1 100000 as a reward for the convic tion of persons suspected of having been concerned In the killing of Mr Goebel That of Itself is accepted by temptI ing propagation of wholesale perjury and a premium on moral and physical assassination The effect of this proposition to generously expend the peoplos money for the purpose of wreaking vengeance begotten of partisan rancor can not demoralizingtoIto jeop ardize the liberty and life of every man who may happen to bo chosen as the victim of mercenary testi monyIn fearless exercise of an established right nnd in the performanco of a conscientious duty I must de cllno to honor your requisition A demand upon this office under theIcircumstances to which Ihave referred is monstrous It finds no parallel In the history of executive practise in tho United States The honoring of this demand and the return of Mr Taylor Into the custody of men who blind to reason have Ignored civil rights and Into environ ments whero rapacious hate domi nates would be assuming a respon sibility from the gravity of which I shrink If conviction should follow and tbe fact bo made manifest that the court was a mockery of justice It would fan into flame the smolder- Ing embers In your State The timetIs opportune to exercise a Justice of conciliation and modern lon Twelve Indictments have been returned against men charged with complicity in this murder The pubslie would have more faith in the cerity of these indictments if the ac cused were given speedy trial Until those already in prison have ben Pjc9orUQ l lair trial thus onstrating tho rjBsiblllty of sepurlngt justice In your courts Ican not honor your requisition When the time shall come that I can feel assuredl that a fair trial will be Taylor then and not until then will I honor a requisition for his return Respectfullya oGovernorHon J C W Beckham Governor Frankfort ilAfLexington tl5pccialTllethose who were made delegates attlthe county convention last Saturday conducted by the Goebelites are much wrought up over the manner in which they were treatpand your correspondent tltogetherto send it to The Herald The statement is as followsw dheretoderstood state that the use of our k names as delegates to the convenb tion which met in 14 1900 from this MOntgomery county was unauthorized and withc c18mglonspectators and not as partici pantsSigned B F Cockrell John T Woodford J D Harper R C Lloyd G M Leach W P School er C C Schooler S W Gaitskill IiHarperinson T H Grubby R L Drake T H Bigstaff C G Ragan B J Peters C 0 Moberly J H HenryfMany others whose used would have signed the state went but could not be found The en Brown Democrats are as strong intl this county as they were last fall and will support no candidate who we is in favor of theft of afflce They still adhere to the Jeffersonian principles of Democracy and will always bo found in line for any Democratic candidate who repretl seats hose principles but not for anyone tainted with Goebclism Theyare ready for the fight for civil liberty to begin and promise to do their share in righting the great wrong done the people of Kentucky BLISS CUT Suonv1 stood on the porch at evening when the sun wont silently down And the Junebug bright in the starry night flow merrily through the town Oh sweet were the gentle zephyrs that blew from the balmy south And red were the ups and sweet the sips that I took from her pretty mouth Her tiny waist encircled by my arm so strong nod true Said I Whoso duck are you Love Yourn she miirniorcd and whose nre you Oh the hallowed hours of that evening oh the cruel caprice of fate I Her father unkind stole up from behind and kicked me over the gateEx iif r EUCENE MINIHAN r1MANUFACTURER OF t yfio Firstclass Handmade Saddles and Harness f AT THE LOWEST PRICES ONE SET OF XY HANDMADE BUCCY HARNESS fI Will wear longer than two seta of other makes They are safer to use and look better There is no saddle that compares with my i KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLES r What you pay for Saddles Is not as important as whafyon get for your Quality workmanship is what saddlespromptlyvery low price Come and get ray prices EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KY SAML P ATCHISON DRUCCIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBJGGOSrGIGflRS ETC J F- Pa5foD Denton Vv1 ISUCCESSORS TO PAXTON SON UNDERTAKERS dealers in FURNITURE 4 MASONIC BLDG WINGSVILLE PALMER COONS SUCCESSORS TO LI6HTFOOT 4 SHROOT WILL DO YOUR BLACKSNIITHIIMC AND REPAIRINC AT R0CKB0TT0M PRICES All Work Guaranteed Give Them a Call i Less Government More Hon esty Champaign Ill June 13Con Bird S Coler of New York delivered the principal address at the commencement of the State University today and some of his ments created a sensation He aid in part The great civic and political problems of this country today were born of the social conditions that exiat in the cities and there fight for more intelligence and higher standard of public honesty must be fought and won No seri us danger toAmerican institutions lurks anywhere on the broad and fertile prairies of Illinois or tbe West where patriotism is universal nd honesty the inherent birthright f every citizen But in the groat cities of the East and the West with their teem struggling restless thousands ho tasting liberty for the first ime are prone to mistake it for he intoxicating license of unreas nfug freedom there are problems hat require for their just settlement the wisdom and patience of the best citizenship Corruption in State and munici al government has too long been accepted in this country as a mat of course There has been a growing ten ency among men who were other ise good citizens to shirk public- uties They wanted to keep out f politics and public life but in- eeping out they made room in oth places for men who ought to jailI of corrupt commer has invaded politics and ublic life in this country and in of the larger cities the inva a has for a time overrun the overnment rho old system of- tealing from the public treasury has passed away and the safer and more profitable plan of bartering political influence of stock for corporations has succeeded What we want is less government less politics more honesty anti more intel gence Too LITERAL An old Irish laborer walked into the luxurious stu io of aNew York artist and asked or money to obtain a meal as he was too weak to work Ho was giv a quarter and departed One of young lady art students who were present said Mr Mcant sketch that old man M ran out and caught him and said If you want to make a dollar como back The young ladies want to paint you The Irishman besita so M remarked Its an easy way to make a dollar Oi know that was the reply but Oi was awonderin how Oid git th pain- totrOur Dumb Animals KNEW His BUSINESS A Missouri editor tells this story Candidates are rushing around these times Two wellknown candidates running for the same office were canvassing near town last week Both happened on the same road a short distance apart the hindmost one caned at a certain house a bright little girl came to the door Susie will you bring me a drink of water which she quickly did then he gave her candy and said Did the man just ahead of me give you candy Yes sir Then he gave her a nickle and said Did he give you money Yes sir he gave mt ten cents Then picking her up he kissed her and said Did he kits you Yes sir and he kissed ma toorExS Ir JUST OtrrThe visitor to Lou 1 don was seated at a table in one of JfareBy thunder I he exclaimed to J1 the waiter havent you got any conscience at all in this placer Beg pardon returned thehaughty servitor Havent you got any conscience conscience conscience Dont TOil understand The waiter picked up thebillof fare and began looking it over notheif we aint its an extra Thems the rules sir TidbitaIL- LUSTEATIXO THSTOKY Shoo mine son said a worthy German emigrant to his hopeful heir of ten years whom he had heard using profane language Shon winO son come here and I vill dell you a liddle stories Now my son shall it be a drues story or a makes believea a Oh a true story of course answered John Ferry fell don Tore vas vonca agoot nice oldt shentleman shoost like me Andt von day he heard his son shwearing like a young fll lan as he vas So be vent to the vinkle corner and dook out a cane shoost as Iam doing now and he took ter little rascal by der collar die way you see and vol J loped him shoost soAndt den mine tear son be bull hiears dis way and smack his face dat Way iand tell him to go on mitout histsupper shoost as you vill do ills efening London TitBits I F MEAN TBICK For two and ipartWoods says a Winsted Coon i0 special to the New York World Anger and hunger made him nearly wild before ho met a brave andibenevolent wayfarer who to his explanations and took clothes to him A suit of clothes underwear a hat and shoes were found on th8tizbank of the river at Daytonville on t reludeddentally drowned or committed S fr policeheadquarters h the clothing iiSome fellow who thought he fwas stole clothes while I was in swimming last Wednesday isaid be gnashing his teeth Waitt till I get hold of him I Until t7likecold jand hunger In the daytime I couldnt go near a house for the women folk were about At night the men set the dogs on me and shot at me from the windows ithought mea madman or a big iSmonkey I suppose Wait till I f catch the fellow who stole my 1 clothes and put them on tbe bank flIll make a monkey of him itpleasurozest to existence To thoso who j a drink whisky for healths sake HAR PER Whisky makes life worth liviing Sold by J W Lane ville Ky nnd Lane Hazelrigg I1rOlympian Springs Ky S EveningPost sent to any address one year 385 a 2 1 a dIIII p s 9 t- 4 t t outlook iOCTLOOKPUBLISHING CO PublUhert aWlNUSVILLE KENTUCKY I HIS SECRET The good man 133aflwhlte and still 1 Under thft pall of fragrant flowers AnJ the netors wondered about theft Twill of the dead maus glfls and t With many a doleful shake of the head Recounting the kind wise words he raid L That bill had helped so many 10 climb Ufes Raid one He never would press a debt That he held agaInit the needs or poor Said another His table was aIwa vri For the hujpry stranger who passed the door While yet another with bated breath Told of the genii and peaceful death With neYer a sign of jar or fret pndeach one asked what was the gift I That made his life full of t While others burdens were ltCfIAnd death seemed only a V4 tasetc ome labor and constant strain paliibwhite thlft e Then one whose voice was soft and low Rose upjand spoke to the funeral RurHs Friends and neighbor of long ago Ws are heritors all of his bequests J oV from duty his deeds were done a Not for Hraven his rare was run This Ia the stCrtll cd men so r Paull ii in Boston T- ri 1rt r il wjWN l 1i x iltmng story oj t j 411Y Life in Thc rjH binc- ICfTyflgbt I 1899 by F Ttnny oo NetlJ CHAITKK XV COXTIXCEH The men of the house Frost end 4 Garrison were accustomed vvhen the latter was at home to breakfast to 1 netber qjii Then the colonel 1biP Jjhe Ayuntaiuiento iii t ity and Frank would in it iiii tiudd ride nay to his a lotjf dayk duties Later the sisters 0 vould have their leisurely breakfast lecurc in the protection of the guard f1ould gitc their Chinaman chief his orders for the tiny and tend him off to make such purchase h were possible In the now scanty market Then rending writing receiving callers of their c own sex would till up the morning There would be n brief westa after luncheon an hour or to on the broad p veranda overlooking the oparklinp bay then dress And the Inevitable dike 4 Of Armstrong they had cern nothing heard next to nothing He was busy attb hilt men over toward It Imn Of Hilly Irayof late they hail een t iinnTtoo much On one pretext after another tt v nb now forever tuning to the house and Witchie was Iwgiu tiing 10 whh that Canker had lulIlbi lust Canker had failed dismally wiliicsse he counted on proved or departed and it had pleased genernlinehief to send him with Ita3ghOtnt of infantry and a brace of to garrison nn important point nn adjaectil stand nod to tell him inlruf UK imposibility ofhii tuliMntjitating his charges against tJray Ihe ypongMer had tome shadow of excuse for his violent oiithrrnk Katber than bringuii a scandal it tvas bett to drop the matierentirrly tiray had been teni to duty with the teenlh before he tvns thoroughly well and A goodhearted battalion commander taking pity on his obvious charge for the woi e hunT found evasion after the tint ten days nt the froct to send him back to quarters in Malate instead of S incessantly on duty along the threat q1T line toward Singalon vhutvb and wle lie seldom came in the evening i when number of visitors were pns rnt the boy had a way of dropping in lrtween three tnd four v1rn he could generally count on n few momcnlF st leant aTone with Mrs Frank She lint nursed him well In lila slow convales react had mode deep impression on a CIIIIIit bya disappointment nt home 0 y She had Avon Win to her tervtcr as she f ittIIbought until the fill sure lie was p ready to do almost anything for her f take then she had put him to the test e and he had failed her Ilelieting as pabedid that the boywell knew Ihe t of the alleged deserter Morton and lila friend NitaV reddest lover tht hdd counTed on him to wringS lrotn2hetn the letters poor Lat robe de clared he ttKI posetfced but the three tz teksblld patsrd without a feign and 4 it was becoming evident to her that a i Gray had lost track of them entirely One brilliant afternoon as the lay on the broad canebottomed bedstead 3aijth lit overhanging canopy of filmy I netting the drowiy heard the cor the new sentinel in the t t1inarbed corridor below and thin the relief to the rear gate opening lo the beach Xita wa already 4 7 tipnnd moving about in her room Mar garet heard the rustle of her skirts and tIle light patter of her tiny feet aa sped oter the hardwood floor 4ofthe main salon She heard her I throwing back the sliding that kept out the glare of the sun iu the morning hour and knew that she s tTwas gazing out over the treedotted lawn toward the gate where the guard E lounged through the warm afternoon All of a sudden quick nnd stirring a p i bugle rounded over on the Calle Kueva stronglwas tatdarmy woman though she was she pLcmlnot recognize it She could not i remember ever having heard it before Then up the street from the engineer i barrack there came thrilling echo and rj there was a sound of movement and ex citement along the dusty thorough 4 b fare She heard RIta calling her name and then the childs quick nervous step along the hallway toward the stairs Then came a sudden stop a gasping svalIng cry and springing from her bed and to the door Margaret found J4 her sister cowering before a tall slender man in the rough dress and held equip 2A ment of a private soldier With a lit k tie packet letters apparently held v forth in one hand while the other t l ed her wrist Kollin Latrobe stood 1sternly gazing at the girl shrinking at bis feet kfr The tableau was overJn another ice 4 1lond Springing up the broad marble stairs came Billy tray the corporal of- fi the guard at his heels and Latrobe saw lib dangerIn a flash Throwing little Gray aside as he would n terrier the r ycung athlete whirled on the stalwart ecrt ngu rThere was the sound of n crashirg Wow followed by a heavy fall 4 The corporal wfnt rolling down the i steps with Latrobe bounding over the a rt3 tumbling form end Hit next Instant he lad vaulted over the ledge of the open window on the lower floor and vanished jI I 12u the gateway Ut fh I I 4 r C I t L 1 t c j s I iykz And now allalong the nlh1cnl the bugles were Bounding To ruia CHAPTKlt XVI That was a wild day in Manila Far over near the Kseolta somebody shot nt a vagrant dog lapping water front a lit tie pool under one of the many hydrant The soldier police essayed nn arrest the culprit broke and ran the guard fired a lot ofitiolirc taking alarm led jabbering to the riverside The natives looking for trolblnll moment rushed to their homes Sonic oldiers on pass and unarmed tumbled over the tables and hairs in the Alhauibra in their dash for the open street A stampede sergeant toM a bugler to sound to arms and in the twinkling of an ee the cull was taken up from barrack to bainuk and the neus went Hashing out bywire to the extreme front The shopkeepers hastily put up their shut terKand bolted their doors Cabs carts iiilr7 mill eurrotual Ins even till street ears were instantly seized by the sol diery scattered all over town and util ized to take them tearing bark to join their regiments In live minutes the business streets downtown were de serted Chinese cowered uithin their crowded huts The natives men mill women either huh within tilt shelter of their homes or tied to the sanctuary of the nuiny churches All over the great city the alarm iricl like wildfire The battalions formed tinder arms those nearest thin outer lines being marched nt once to their positions in Mipport those nearer the walled city waiting for orders Foreign residents took mat Iris more coolly than did the Asiatic German phlegm English inijiassivenesv and Yankee devilmaycareishness pre venting a panic Rut those who hud families and owned or could hire ear riages and munches were not slow in peeking for their households the refuge of the fleet of transports lying placidly at anchor in the bay when DewcyV bluejacket shifted their 1IIintcoolly to their stations and grouped about their guns quietly awaited fur I her developments 111111 agony of fear Col Frost had bidden his driver to lash the imnies to a gallop and go like the wind to Malate but iheappearancc of the long ranks of sturdy infantry resting on their arms anti beginning to look Inired measurably reassured him before he reached his mime Once there however the sight of XJta cling lug hysterically to her sister and moan jag on her bed wa Mifllcient to determine his first naive which was to wire for his launch to come around to tin bay shore and take them off to tl11tt The next was to send and ask omit of ficer and 21 men from the Cuarlcl on receiving which message the major commanding standing on the dusty roadway in front of hiTs men grinned under his grizzled mustache and said Frosts got cm again Here tray you go over and tell him to keep his hair on that its nothing lint a fake alarm And iray glad enough of the chance to- go again into the presence of the om- an who so fascinated hint sped on his mif si n He was in a fury over liii re cent humiliation in her very sight he a commissioned officer Itiseihtide liken child and outwit liii by thus daring intruder in the shape of a private sol tiftbl and his guard brushed away and derided by a young fellow in sonic strange regiment who had easily es caped along the beach to an adjoining inelosure into which he darted and wits no more seen The streets were full of scurrying soldiers mid it was thoim pest thing hi the world fur hiiu to mingle with them and make Ids way to blown roinmaml Of course lrav well knewSvho the mail in lit hrNitnV troublesome Inter of whom Witchie had told him so much There was hit chance to recover the letters and claim the rc He lucid her mist ward but man and letters both hind es caped his grasp and when he pulied up blown and exhausted after fruitless chase he was brought to hiTs senses by the sight of his own men falling Inro business and he hind to scamper for hula sword and join them That was a miserable evening Mar garet Garrison was the only member of the household who seemed to lou i e her wits about her and her nerves under control for Frank her liege lord had his duty elsewhere and not until hours later trottedslowly home Margaret plainly let Gray understand how he lund fallen in her estimation at lueiiigso easily tossed aside A warning linger was laid upon her lip Not one word of what has happened while ho is here she muttered anti a nod of her fluffy head toward the perturbed colonel told plainly that the chief of the household really had no place in the family coun ella To the sitters that alarm was a blessing in disguise It was all suffi dent to account for Xitas prostration To the rash and reckless lad who claiming to be an orderly with a letter from the colonel had been passed by the gate guard to the open stairway it afforded ample cover for escape when alarmed by Ritas cry iray and the corporal came springing to Tier aid To Gray himself It gave only a few minutes forgetfulness of lila trouble for smart Ing nndeV the sting of a woman only halfhidden disdain he would hate wel corned with almost savage joy some fierce battle with h skillful foe some scene in which he could compel her respect and admiration He was still smarting and stung when at last that opportunity came Long will Manila remember the night It followed close upon the heels of warnings that for weeks held every officer and man to his post of duty Day after day the strain increased The insurgents crowding upon our out posts in front of Santa Mesa on the north and of Santa Ana on the south stile of the Pasig hind heaped insult and threats upon our silent sentries corn pelled by orders to the very last to sub mit to anything but actual attack rather than bring on a battle The Americans arc afraid was the gleeful cry of Aguinaldos officers the jeer and taunt of his men The regulars were soon to come and replace those volunteers said the wiseacre of his cabinet therefore strike now before the trained and disciplined troops arrive and sweep these big boors into the sea And on the still starlit night sooner perhaps than his confederates within the walls intended the rebel leader struck and Ipnjr before the dawn of the lovely Sunday morn that followed the fire flafchcd from 40000 rifles in big semi circle around Manila und till lungrx peeled battle was op 1r 1It o iIJiJlli n l rJ J a Z t klltfflfV lJI Hours after dav n hours after the at tuck begun the trenth were in ex tended battle order to the south ol Malate confronted b thicket of bam boo that fairly bwnrmell with ineir genls ItulIlvh thin incessant ripiuu tvhiew of their deadly missiles an the eeaele s crackle of rifle tin could this lie determined for with bitch smokeless powder and their Indiaulikr skill in concealment nothing could bi seen of their array her to the west ward on the placid waters of the buy itic huge Monadnoek was driving shell after shell into the dense underbrubl across the abandoned rice fiehf nail the marshy flats that lined the shore Over to liii cast resounding clieers and crashing volleys punctuated by thin sharp rcmrt of field guns told tutu the com rah brigade Will heatiy engaged and apparently driving tin enemy be fort them To right and lelt their Ill unteer supports wen banging into tin brush with their heavt Springfields mill still titer seemed MI yinptoni of weakness along the immediate front no sign of yielding It anything the fury of till insurgent voile g in creaMil us the sun climbed hgir anil fill along the ties lii rt ttl line men grit their teeth nail swore as they crouched or lay full length along the roadside peering through the til my veil that drifted slowly across their front the smoke from tIn Springfield of the tol unlecrs To lie there longer with the bullets buzzing clou1 oierhead or bit lag deep into the tow embankment sometimes ttariuuga stinging path through human flesh and bone wv adding to the nerve strain of tIlt hour gUile by To rush headlong across that intervening open space through deej and muddy pools and stagnant illicit and hurl themselves upon the lurking enemy in the bpinlmo coptc beyond hal been the ardent longing of the line since daylight cattle to illumine tin field before them Yet stern orders with held Defend but do not advance said the generals message and the whisper went along from man to man There is trouble III town behind us and the chief may need us there Kill as eight oclork parsed with no word of uprising in tIlt rear mid the cheering over toward Santa Ann grew loud and louder tIll nerve strain upon the teenth became wellnigh intolera ble For Gods sake cant ut t lie doing something instead of lying here tiring into n hornets nest was this murmur that arose in more than one company along the impatient line end the gruff voices oftttran sergeant could lie heard ordering silence wh le moving up uniT down behind their ir en theiine officers cnntioned against waste of am iiiuuiib iou and need exposure Lie flat men Keep down were the words We wont hate to stand this forever Youll soon get your chance And presently it came The cheer lag that had died away far otrr to the left beyond the wooded knolls that stir rounded Kingalon and Block House 12 was suddenly taken up nearer nt hand Then crashing volleys sounded along the narrow roadway toward the east and n bugle rang out shrill and clear above the 1101or battle and then closer still though unseen in t lie gloom of till den e thicket in which they lay the men of the Second battalion strung along a Filipino trail that led away to the rice fields swung their big straw hats anti yelled for joy A young of fleer his eyes flashing his face flush ing with excitement came bounding out from the grove at the left of the crouching line and made straight to where the veteran battalion command er knelt in rear of his center It was Hilly irr adjilthlti thd Third biVf talion acting that day nvadjutant to the regimental rominnnder The bit lets whistled by lilt head as he darted springingly along and in their joy at sight of him even old hands forgot the reserve of the regular service and some man shouted Now were off and the popular query Whats the matter with Iient Gray At nn other time under any olbrr- Iinilmilll1el both questioner find respondents who gleefully shouted lies till right would have been promptly and sternly suppressed tIn the senior captain nt their head well knew the excitement tirjying in the nerves of that longsuffeiin line and synipalhiyliewith pentup feeling as the boy halted short saluted antI striving to steady lila eager voice said Captain the colonel drects that you open sharp tire on tin woods In your front and occupy the ej cmy there He is about to charge wth the Third battalion and drive them out of thin trenches weve located oie yonder ind Hilly pointed eagerly to the left frontb he southeast fhe captains grizzled face took on a look nf kceji disappointment You mean weve got to stay here and see you feowsgo in TheIsays you to charge fore hes got onto their Hank would cost too many men Youll pet the word tit soon as lies got the works Well said Hilly hot That sounds almost epigrammatic Hullo You hll1 Stoop down here man DOLt try to get perforated My hat only was the answer as the boy stooped quickly to hide the irre pressible witching about the muscles rippedrronithe curly hair at the lop of his head aunt almost scoring the scalp To save lilt south he could not quite suppress the trembling of his knees but steady ing himself by great effort he contin tied The colonel says to commence tiring by volley the moment our bugles getbackAH right youngster Tell tin col onel Isatey and well do our level best only let us into it as quick us you can Kilt Gray heard only the first port of the sentence He was panting when he readied his placid graymustached chief and could only gasp out The captain understands sir And then the regimental commander simply standingtimber another veteran captain grown gray as himself in long long years of ervice InlGmITo Be Continued fProud of tier Feet huraetelbilehad very few physical advantages from nature but she had one and she knew earlydaysRosa lionheur recalls that before he commenced to work site said Mr Goodall you must put in my boots for I have a small foot So the boots were prideinTimesHerald She Thought They Were Swell Harold How did lack Xomunn mnn age to capture that Chicago 1isir- eIercylle made her believe that uk people objected to the JnatchX Y Journal rcrr ICY rI CURE FOR ANXIETY Dr Talmage Prescribes for Those in Trouble ttltiae Tlirni to liilloiv the Kxnmplr- of the lll clplr Who Went hail To it Jemm Comfort for the Ilrrrnvrd Copyrlsht 1900 by Louis KlopschJ Dr Talmage who ban finished his tour of Kngland toni Scot landwhore thousands thronged to hear him wheresoever he preached is now on his way to Norway nnd Russia in which countries he is already well known through the publication of translations of his KcrmouK In the following discourse which he has vent for publication this week he gives a prescription for all anxiety anti worriment atuf illustrates the Di vine sympathy for nil who art in any kind of struggle The text is Mat thew ll I2i And His disciples went and told Jesus An outrageous assassination hail just taken place To appease are vengeful woman King Herod ordered the death of that noble self sacrific lug prophet John the Itaptist The group of the disciples were thrown into grief and dismay They felt themselves utterly defenseless There was no authority to which they could appeal anti yet grief must always find expression If there be no human ear to hear it then the agonized soul will cry it aloud to the winds nail tIle woods anti the waters Hut there was an ear that was willing to listen There is a tender pathos and at the same time n most admirable picture in the words of my text Theyvent and told Jesus He could understand all their grief and He immediately toothed it Our burdens nrc not more than half so heavy to carry if another shoulder is put under the other end of them Here we flail Christ His brow shadowed with grief standing amid the group of disciples who with tears and violent gesticula tions and wringing of hands and outcry of bereavement are expressing their woe Raphael with lila skilled brush putting upon the wall of a pal ace sonic scene of sacred story gave not fo skillful n stroke as when the plain hand of the evangelist writes They went and told Jfsps The old Goths anti Vandals once came down upon Italy from the north of Europe and they upset the gar dens and they broke down the statues nnd swept away everything that was good nnd beautiful So there is ever and anon in the history of all the sons anti daughters of our race an in cursion of roughhanded troubles that conic to plunder and ransack anti putt to the torch nil that men highly prize There is no cave so deeply cleft into the mountains as to afford us shelter and the foot of fleetest courser cannot bear us beyond pur suit The arrows they putt to the string fly with unerring dart until we fall pierced and stunned 1 feel that I bring to you a most nrpropriate message I mean to bind Up all your griefs into n bundle nUll set them on fire jwith a spark from Gear altar The prescription that cured the sorrow of the disciples will cure all your heartaches I have read thit when Godfrey and his army mtrched out to capture Jerusalem ns thy came over the hills nt the first flssh of the pinnacles of that benu- tJuLclU1hWunl tiiomi i in silence lifted n shout that made the earth tremble Oh you soldiers of Jesus Christ marching on toward Heaven 1 would tInt today by some gleam front the pnnce of Gods mercy anti Gods strengti you might be lifted into great rejoicing anti that as the prospect of its peace breaks on your enraptured gaze you might raise one glad hosanra to the Lord In the first place 1 commend the behavior of these disciples to nil bur dened souls who ae unpardoned There comes a time in almost every mans history when he eels from some source that he hfis an erring nature Time thought may not have such heft as to fell him It may be only like the flash in an evening cloud just after a very hot summer day One man to get rid of thut impression will go to prayer while another will stimulate himself by ardent spirits and another man will dive deeper in see ularities Hut sometimes n man crn not get rid of these impressions The fact is when n man finds out that his eternity is poised upon n perfect un certainty and that the next moment his foot may slip he must do some thing violent to make himself forget where he stands or else fly for refuge Some of you crouch under n yoke and you bite the dust when this mo ment ycu might rise up n crowned conqueror Driven and perplexed as you have been by sin go and tell Jesus To relax the grip of death from your soul and plant your un shackled feet upon the golden throne Christ let the tortures of the bloody mount transfix Him With the beam of His own cross lie will break down the door of your dungeon Front the thorns of His own crown He will pick enough gems to make your brow blaze with eternal victory In every tear on Ills wet cheek in every gash of Ills side in every long blackening mark of laceration from shoulder to shoulder in the graveshattering Heaven shattering death groan I hear Him 1illOh but you say instead of cur ing my wound you want to mate an other wound namely that of convic tlon Have you never know n surgeon to come and find a chrcnlc dis ease nnd then with sharp can tic burn it all out So the grace of Odd comes to the old sore of mn it hap long been rankling there but by Divine grace it is burned out hrClugh these fires of conviction the flesh coming again as the flesh of n little child where sin abounded grace much more nboundeth With the 10000 liripardoned sins of your life go and tell Jesus You will never get rid of your sins In any other way And remember that the broad invitation which I extend to you will not always be extended King Alfred before modern timepieces were invented used to di vide the day into three parts eight hours each and then had three wax candles By the time till first candle had burned tb the socket eight hours hind gone and when the second can dIe had burned to the socket another eight hours hart gone and when all the three candles were gone out then the cay had passed Oh that some of us instead of calculating our days rnd nights anti years by any earthly timepiece might calculate them by the numbers of opportunities and mer den which are bftrning down and burning out never to be relighted lest nt last we be amid the foolish virgins who cried Our Tamps have gone cultIiin I commend the Behavior of Ihe disciples to all who art tempted I Uve heard men in wldlife say they rx doo7 gr lt i r J iCl had never been led into temptation If you have not felt temptation it is because you have not tried to do right A nina hoppled and handcuffed as long as he lies quietly does not test the power of time chain but when he rises up anti with determination resolves to snap thin handcuffs or break thin hopple then lie finds the power of the iron And there are men who have been for ten and twenty nnd thirty years hound hand nnd foot by evil habits who have never felt the power of the chain because they have never tried to break it It is very easy to go on down with the stream and with the wind lying on your oars but just turn around nnd try to go against the wind and the title and you will find it is a different matter As long ns we go down the current of our evil habit we seem to get along quite smoothly lint if afte awhile we turn around and head the other way toward Christ and pardon antI Heaven oh then how we hue to lay to the oars You will have your temptation You have one kind you another you another not one person escaping It is nil folly for you to say to some tine I could not be tempted ns you art The lion thinks it is so strange that the fish should be caught with a hook The fish thinks it is so strange that the lion should be caught with a trap You see some man with a cold phlegmatic temperament and you say I suppose that man has not any temptation Yes as much nsyou have In his phlegmatic nature he has a temptation to indolence anti censoriousness nnd overeating anti drinking a temptation to ignore the great work of life a temptation to lay down an obstacle in the way of all good enterprises The temperament decides time styles of temptation but sanguine or lymphatic you will have temptation Satan has a grappling hook just fitted for your south A nina never lives beyond the reach of temp tation Yon say when a man gets to be 70 or 80 years of age he is safe from satanic assault You are very much mistaken A man nt 85 years of age hunt as many temptations as a man of 23 They are only different styles of temptation Ask the aged Christian whether he is never assault ed of the powers of darkness If you think you have conquered the power of temptation you are very munich mis taken Xo man gets through life without having n pommeling Some slander comes after you horned nnd husked and hoofed to gore and trample you And what are you to d01 I tell you plainly that all who serve Christ must suffer persecution It is the worst sign in the world for you to be able to say have not nn enemy in the world A woe is pronounced in the Bible against the one of whom everybody speaks well If you are at peace with till the world and everybody likes you and approves your work it is be cause you are an idler in the Lords vineyard and are not doing your duty All those who have served Christ however eminent nil have bent until treated nt some stage of their expe rience You know it was so in the time of George AVhitefield when he stood and invited men into the king dom of God What did the learned Dr Johnson say of him lie pronounced him a miserable mountebank How was it when Robert Hall stood mud spoke ns scarcely any unin spired titan ever did speak of the glories of Heaven AntI as he stood Sabbath after Sabbath preaching on these themes his face kindled with luryi iTTrttTtFoylnTTTChrtstlaii man said of this man Robert Unit is only acting nnd the smile on his face is a reflection of his own vanity Julia Wesley turned nil England upside down with Christian reform anti yet time punsters Well after him nnd the meanest jokes in Kngland were perpetrated about John Wesley What is true of the pulpit is true of the pew it is true of the street it is true of the shop nnd the store All who will live godly in Christ Jesus must suffer persecution And I set it down as the very worst sign in all your Christina experience if you are any of you nt peace with nil the world The religion of Christ is war It is n challenge to Ihworhl the flesh and the dliInllil if you will buckle on the whole armor of God you will find a great host disputing your path between this and Heaven But what are you to do when you tire assaulted and slandered and abused as I suppose nearly all of you have been in your life Go out anti hunt up the slanderer Oh no silly man While you are explaining away a falsehood in one place 20 people will just have heard of it in other places I counsel you to another course While you are not to omit any opportunity of setting yourselves right I want to tell you of one who had the hardest things said about him whose sobriety was disputed whose mission was scouted whose companionship was denounced who was pursued as a babe anti spit upon ns a man who was howled at after he was dead 1 will have you go unto Him with your humble child prayer saying Isee Thy wounds wounds of head wounds of feet wounds of heart Now look at my wounds nnd see what I have suffered anti through what battles I am going ann I entreat Thee by those wounds of Thine to sympathize with meAnd He will sympathize undUe will help Go anti tell Jesus Again I commend the behavior of flue disciples to all the bereaved How many in garb of mourning How many emblems of sorrow you behold everywhere God has His own way of tak ing apart n family We must get out of the way for coming generations We must get off time stage that others may come on and for this reason there is n long procession reaching down nil the time into the valley of shadows This emigration from time into eternity is so vast nn enterprise that we cannot understand it Every hour we hear the clang of time sepulchral gate Time sod must be broken The ground must be plowed for resurrection harvest Eter nity must be peopled The dust utmost press our eyelids It Is appointed unto all men once to tile This emi gration from time into eternity keeps threefourths of time families of the earth in desolation The nit is rent with fnrevyells nnd thcblack taseled vehicles of tenth rumble through every street Time hotly of the child that was folded so closely to the mothers heart is put away in the cold und the dark ness The laughter freezes to the girls lip nnd the rose scatters The boy in the harvest field of Shunem says My head My head And they carry him home to die on the lap of his mother Widowhood stands with tragedies of woe struck into the pallor of the cheek Orphanage cries in vain for father anti mother Oh the grave Is cruel With teeth of stone it clutches for its prey Between the closing gates of the sepul cher our hearts are mangled and crushedIs any earthly solace None We come to the obsequies we sit with the grief 51 cken we talk pathetically their tout but soon the obsequies Ito passed the carriages hove left ns tile dgor the friends wjjo jald for f f f 200 Jr r r w lif a a few days are gone and the heart cits in desolation listening for the little feet that will never again patter through the hall or looking for the en trance of those who will never come again sighing into time darkness ever and anon coming across sonic book or garment or little shoe or picture that arouses former association almost kill lag the heart Long days and nights of suffering that wear out the spirit anti expunge the bright lines of life and give hnggnrdness to the face antI draw the flesh tight down over the cheek bone nnd draw dark lines under the sunken eye anti the hand is tremulous and the voice is husky and uncertain and the grief is wearing grinding ac cumulating exhausting Xow what are such to do Are they merely to look up into n brazen anti un pitying sky Are they to walk a hind ed heath unfed of stream unsheltered by overarching trees Has God turned us out on the barren common to tile Oh no no no He has noL He comes with sympathy and kindness and love lie understands nil our grief He sees the height und depth anti the length and tIme breadth of it He is the only one that can fully sympathize Go and tell Jesus Sometimes whrn we have trouble we go to our friends and we explain it and they try to sympathize butt they do not understand it They cannot understand it Hilt Christ sees till over it and all through it He not only counts thin tears and records the groans hilt before the tears started before thin groans began Christ saw the inmost hiding place of your sorrow nnd He takes IInnd He weighs it antI He measures it and He pities It with nn all absorbing pity Bone of our bone Flesh of our flesh Heart of our henrt Sorrow of our sorrow As long as He remembers Lazarus grave lie will stand by you in the cemetery As Iqnjy as He remembers Ills own heartbreak He will stand by you in the laceration of your affections When He forgets the footsore way the sleepless nights the weary body the exhausted mind the awful cross the solemn grave then He will forget you hut not until then Often when we were in trouble vte sent for our friends but they were far away they could not get to us We wrote to them Conic right away or telegraphed Take the next train They came at last yet were a great while in coming or perhaps were too late But Christ is always near before you behind you within you No moth er ever threw her arras around her child with such warmth anti ecstasy of affection as Christ has shown toward you Close nt hand nearer than the stall upon which you lean nearer than the cup you put toyour lip nearer than the handkerchief with which you wipe away your tearsI preach Him an ever present nil sympathizing compassion ate Jesus How can you stay away one moment from hint with your griefs Go now Go mind tell Jesus It is often that our friends have no power to relieve us They would very much like to do it but they cannot dis entangle our finances they cannot mire our sickness anti raise our dead but glory be to Oath that He to whom the diiciples went has all the power in Heaven anti on earth and at our call lie will balk our calamities and at just the right time in the presence of an applauding earth anti a resounding Heaven will raise our dead lie Is mightier than Herod He is swifter than the storm lie is grander fcnn the sea lie is vaster than eternity And every sword of Gods omnipotence will leap from its scabbard anti all the resources of illfinlh be exhausted rather thatt flint nHihilthaltnot be delivered when he cries to Him for rescue Suppose your child was in trouble How much would you endure to get him out 1 You would go through any hardship You would say I dont care what it will cost I must get hint out of that trouble Do you think God i1I0t so good a flit herns you See ing you are in trouble rind having all power will He not stretch out His arm nnd deliver you lie will1e is mighty to save He can level the moon tains anti divide the sea and ian ex tin IIh the fire anti save the soul Sot din of eye not weak of arm not feeble of resources hut with nil eternity antI the universe at hits feet Go anti tell Jesus Will you Ye whose cheeks are wet with the night dew of the grave ye who cannot look up ye whose hearts are dried with tin breath of sirocco in the name of the religion of Jesus Christ which lifts every burden Mill wipes away every tear and delivers every captive anti lightens every darkness I implore you now go and tell Jesus A little child went with her father a sea captain to sea and when the first storm came the little child was very much frightened and in the night rushed out of the cabin anti said Wli re is father where is father Then they told her Father iondick guiding the vessel and watching the storm The little child immedi ately returned to her berth and said Its all right for fathers on deck Oh ye who arc tossed and driven this world up by the mountains und down by the valleys and at your wits end I want you to know the Lord God is guiding the ship Your lather is on deck He will bring you through the darkness into the harbor Trust in the Lord Go and tell Jesus If you go to Him for pardon nnd sym pathy nil is well Everything will brighten up antI joy will come to the heart and sorrow will depart your sins will be forgiven anti your foot will touch the upward path nail the shining messengers that report above what is done here will tell it until the great arches of God rewound with the glad tidings if now with contrition and full trustfulness of soul you will only go nnd tell Jesus But I am oppressed as I thinkof those who may not take this counsel nnd may remain unblessed I cannot help asking what will be the destiny of these people Xerxes looked ofT on his army There were 2CCOCOO men perhaps the tine army ever mar shaled Xerxes rode along the lines re viewed them came buck stood on some high point looked oil upon the 2000000 men and hurst into tears At that moment when everyone supposed he would be in the greatest exultation he broke down and wept Ah he said I weep at the thought that so soon all this host will be dead Sol think of these vast populations of im mortal men and women and realize the fact that soon the places which know them now will know them no more and they will be gone whither Whither There is a stirring idea which the poet put in very pecuHir verse when he said Its not for man to trifle life brier And sin Is here Our age is but the falling of a leaf A dropping tear Not many lives but only one have e One only one How sacred should that one life ever be That narrow span V17 FeW mpntntloni altIheonly 29 amputations Of These cases six tercifnated fatally Of the 23 re maining 11 of the amputations weieof fingers pc KENTUCKY FLASHES REQUISITIONS FOR TAYLOR May Attempt III Arrest In Philadel phia iur Stone Mar Follow Got Mount Example Frankfort Ky June lThme state officiate as well as representatives of the prosecution will neither affirm nor deny the report that requisitions on the governors of Ohio West Vir ginia and Pennsylvania for the arrest of W K Taylor have been made out throughthosetint It hi the general belief here that the attempt to arrest him will be made after hula arrival nt Phila delphia A large number of letters from per sons in thus state have been written nrglagby Got Mount in time event Taylor is irrested tumid cxGov Taylors friends say they have assurances from lead lag republicans of Pittsburgh that a requsition will not be honored in that tatc REFUSED POSSESSION The Older mid Fund of the Trees ever nf Krntuekjr Now In Io rmlon of the Sheriff Frankfort Ky June 18 There was trouble in the treasurers office when 3 W Hugcr the democratic trens arer applied to W Long former as sistant treasurer for possession of the office and the contents of the vault Long stated that he had wir fil Treasurer Day anti had received no answer and ask that he be given more time as Attorney Edelen had told hint that he had no right to give up the ollice being but a representa live of Treasurer Day and not nn of liciitl who gave bond Treasurer linger hied himself to Judge Moore and procured a writ of possession avid the office is now in possession of the wellknown Sheriff It F Sitter 5lr Long states that he ran not open the vault until he hears from Mr Day- DEBTOR MADE A FORTUNE llmmait llvr Yrnrn tie Write From the rhlllilnr That He I Now Worth 100000 Madisonville Ky June 18 James E Vcazy once a prominent citizen of Nebo Ky butt who mysteriously dis ippearvj live years ago leaving be him him a large indebtedness was beard from by members of his family Saturday for the first time since he went away He is now in the Philip pines In a letter written by him to his wife he enclosed 300 for his family ind stated that he tins mantle a fortune of tlOOOtH since going to time Philip pines He declared that he intended to loire his family join hint ns soon as he pays oil all his debts Veay also wrote to n lawyer to ascertain the amounts owed by him in order that he could send money to discharge the obligations RIOT AT BALLOON ASCENSION lit Attempting to Sapprma Dliardrr- rume Klllnl a len In Wolfe County Ky Lexington Ky June lSA Nat ural Bridge Wolfe county Sunday afternoon lohn Spurlock of Dundee watt shot nnd fatally wounded Some two thousand people mostly moon taineers had assembled there for a day in time mountains and to see Prof cbrcno make his balloon as cension Men anti boys became violent anti begun firing their firearms quite turn miscuously when the officers organ ized a posse to protect the excur sionists that did not sympathize with the disorder The boathoiisc was uscti ns a prison anti many persons were placeil in it ripurlock resisted arrest shooting at the official who wounded hint in several places Ho can not recover- REPUfilETcAN CONVENTION It Will He llrlil In LonliTlllr July 17 to omnntr a Candidate for Governor Louisville Ky June 18The re publicanstate central committee met in this city Saturday afternoon and decided to hold the convention to nominate n candidate for governor in the Auditorium this city July 17 Thin basis of representation ns agreed upon at the meeting of the commit tees will be one delegate for each 100 votes cast for MeKinley in 1806 or a fraction over 30 County committees will call a con vention or primary elections for the selection of delegates to attend the convention on Saturday July 14 the hour and manner of selecting deli gates to be left entirely to the court ty committee Fiimirra Fatal Fail Howling Green Ky June 18Sam uel Shields a farmer of this county went to the barn to feet his stock and felt through an open trapdoor from the loft fracturing his skull He died from the effects in a short time A Lunatic Snleldr Lexington Ky June 17 Harmon Workman of Lawrence county nn in Tate of the Has tern Kentucky lunatic asylum committed biiicidc by drown lag Two Appointment Lexington Ky June lSGovL- kJmium appointed Dr W A Lackey first assistant superintendent and Dr J W Stephens second assistant at the Dopkinaville insane asylum HEARD IN THE GREENROOM A floating variety theater to be towed front one watering place to an other along the coast is an English iclra for the coming summer season A woman is alive in Vienna who sang in the chorus at the first performance of Beethovens choral symphony Her name is Frau Grebner and she is 01 years old In Paris recently according to Fig ann Mile Leonie Weber lion tamer better known under the name of La Goulue was joined in holy matrimony to M Joseph Drexler a young juggler whose acquaintance she made at the fairLook here Hooks said time come dma of the dramatic aggregation ad dressing the manager thereof when I joined this company wanted 30 a week and you said Id have to split my figures and be content with half that amount sow wheres my half VHuh was the replyu The halt that you split off is yours The one you dont get is the one you are getting The other half is mine of course For a comedian you are mighty slow to see the point Gngsunjth The Smart Set iL S 4 vf tt p3iI 1 NoReedyEquI ti So the Miss Susan TVymar Miss Susan S ymar teacher in the Rich Blond school Chicago Ill writes time fol t lowing Utter to Dr Hartman regarding Peruna She says Only those who have f suffered as I have can know what a blessing it is to be abe to find relief in Peruna This has been m experience A friend in need is a friendindeed and every bottle of Penina I ever bought proved a good friend WymarMrs 1214 Xorth Su perior St Katrine City WU writes I so well and happy now that pen cannot describe it Peruna is every fthing to me I have taken several bottles lbof Peruna for female complaint I am in the change of life anti it does me good Peruna has no equal in all of the irregu larities and emergencies peculiar to women L caused pelvic catarrh- Addrets Dr Hartman Columbus O for a free book for women only LITTLE BUT OH MYI T flow LotrSlmril Lawyer Impressed a Timid Servant with IiiiImportance Thefotowirmgtory is attributed to Itor eat says tnclUiiogo Tribune Before the tar there 2S5 Tairy Indepedence Jlo who was the count e t appearance of the pictures of Picki tie was as fussy in manner as a hen with a brood of ducks tue day he nearly broke in the door of a residence by his vigorous I Ute of the knocker The disturbance was answered by a darky who tvas frightened out of his boots as opened the door i here a your roaster thundered the law before the darky could answer time lawyer repeated his question Then the darkv replied that be was not in I tunnose not thundered the lawyer agsun leli mind you now mind you eehimTell him J Brown Hovey attorney at laws onceWith and disappeared in aflutter When tbe master came calledIhms teeth chattering he replied lea sab dar was a hectic funnylookuilag mane come an he said dat was to tell rou dat Brown J Hovey de eternal Lord want ten see you right away Appearance Sot Drcrpllvr The office hot with his legs curled round those of the chair wat tilted back in the corner gloating over IheMidnight Murder or The Milkman Mystery when a visitor entered The boy had heard his step in the passage and was calmly expecting him when the door opened Is the guvnor in asked the visitor The boy looked at him with an almost contemptuous expression and was slow to rep I saidsnapped the visitor is the furnorin rThats a pretty question to be asking me aint it Dont you know be aint lime should I know inquired the astonishedcaller By Joofcin at me Do think Id be tucked up herr reading this book if the old man was in Weil I would say not bardljr Come in again tomorrow And the bob once more plunged into the 3 amazing adventures of the mysterious milk lit t man Chicago Inter Ocean JInmt Reipect Tradition 3 Constance time beautiful maiden struggles iesperately in the water Save me the shrieks IHarold the brave youthstanding upon the shore throws aside huts coat Are you sinking for the third time he- iska Oh dear I forgot to count How stupid of me Constance cries in much confusion harold is as brave as a Hon truly but be will scarcely risk violating w per haps the most cherished convention ofro mance Stray Stories nponhueThe Criterion Porcupine Im little but if you think fou Herald can sit on ns youd better tryNY Mrs PinkhamThe one thing thatquail fies a person to give ad vice on any subject is t experience experience creates knowledge j No other person has so wide an experience with female Ills nor such a irecord of success as f Mrs Pinkham has had Over a hundred thouusand cases come before 4 hereachyear Someper sonaltys others by mail 4And this has been going on for2O years day after day endday after day 4 Twenty years of con stant success think of ff the knowledge thus gained Surety women ft are wise In seeking ad vice from a woman with such an experience es pecially when itesfree If youareilgeta hoWe ipVegetableonce then vjrits Mrs Pinkham Lynn Masse iIcws pL PIMPLES RED SPOTS I ECZEMA CANKER SORE EYELIDS RUI8ES- BU NS and all other skin troubles Use j Lotion Soap in all cases 3 READERS OF THIS PiER rDESIRING O BUT LtiYiIIIN t uAJIDVEHTISKD IX yes COLCMj E1IOULO INSIST UPON I1AV1 WHAT TUEr ASK lOll Kt 3 ALL SUBSTITUTES OU IVff1 4 fa J4 r zj iVi3iW t1 S t i t i c Z lMBARDMENT t LT1ftTaku Shelled and Cap Shipsft 0 LngdIit d Ainrrlrnn Chnrchr A y0 rrlenrrn Rrililrnee d lIurlaIn Tlrn 1ln1r1r waAVIrr Cnl arLondon ifiine ISShiingbni is to iolnltmtlltLiiie4 by the international troops tNOnlill to u Cheffoo sjKcial sev i enteen forts openctI tin upon the taNbil whcreujK the fleet re tJllittlin kind nml silenced the Chinese guns and tIle international forces t Kitbse juently landed full wired the forts Jfhenews of this engagement is ChtJdate of the occurrence is not given 4ccortlillJ to n dispatch the Chinese bombardment followed an ultimatum 1tielll bj the ronimanders of the fleet An ollicinl dispatch from the Ger t man e insul at Chefoo received in Ier lin confirms the arrival of a Japanese i tor edo hOlt with the following Japanese torpedo boat reports IThc1SKETCH OF THE CITY OF a trll nm irTh city of Peklnir ti In two sections r 4 the Tatar and Chlnw cities The former taking UK name from the Tatar who conquered northern China t In the seventeenth century III nearly i square and is mirrminded by a wall which Is over milt tong The Chinese city w wan orlelnally a suburb and wan Inclosed I In walls In the sixteenth century This li rectangular In shape the walls some what lower than those of the other city and measuring ten miles In lenclh In S the heart of the Tatar city Is the tnclo sure known at the Forbidden City the home of the emperor to which no for elcnenia admitted Around the VFor 1 bidden City Is a larce Inclosure known ts the Imperial city also having high walls anC catec Korelrners are allowed I to pass freely through this section of the city Three lakes are Included In the In closure which tn winter time are used r for skatIng parties by the Imperial house bold t Ir he1tb Mllneln11I10mintrlalrsiI CI in proceeding III Taku bet eemI he ItCMnese forts and tin foreign war ships Berlin also has official notification Z1 from Shanghai that owing to the in ii terruption of the telegraph lines no ittrustworthy news whatever is ob S t the events transpiring III t 1ekinXcw York June lSThe eiibhofllee of the Western Union Telegraph Co Monday issued the fol q4f s tTclegraphie cominiinication with Taku and Tien Tsin hans been rres aTi 1 tablikheil via the Siberian II lilt lie larapo route ZeyI The Ctmimereial Cable eo also made a similar announcement C 4 Wa blngt n IS The third day rasseil b single line 5 = of news from nn T it Kourec re i iIting time criliciu luntion In China Inquiries of the cable compa 4 nies shown that not onlywere time communication bywin with Ptkin 4 aTaku Tien Tsin and all norlhrni SA China suspended but time co- nIc L veyed little encouragement for tiel dt hope that Jhcy would be soon re Pd opened ji1 Xollvr llHTrallnn Purl = Victoria Time 16Xews by the i steamship Warrimoo from Honolulu c + Is to the cffecC that time native Ha I Arailans have decided to organize an IJ l independent party to opj ose time res1 r f publicans and democrats f 1 Ic that Pay n Onlr Washington Tulle JUlltltra de tcislon announced under the board of of the United Slates Ve1L general appraiser hospitals are not t entitled tolnlllOrt surgical instru meats free of duty c Or6 Ear of Gold and sil ee t VPIfINew York June 18 Kxports of gold and silver from this purL last Ilfweek aggreg led 849015 silver bars 4ti1 lad coin and Sn37O5S3 gold a total tJ tof 4419600 against a total of 3 r1 444114 gold and silver lit the saute week last year z Bond Kxebnngted f 1 Washington June IsThe amount JJ of bonds no far ejiclianged at the ittrmryfor the new two per cents s j 299589250 of which 72659000 IJtwal received from individuals and in iaUt Uons other than national banks i Ji Murderer UierMlerf t r t Linn Mo JUDe JGJobn AHollo was hanged here Friday In the 1rLzi4jailr yard He died without saying ft f word The crime for wbieh 1i died rti 1swas the shooting o n rule Mid O tan f 1 io tciu e 189S fftI t 4 uzM11u Fin r c g 3 jqE C tlll14otracl in the i i J rdmnn Cooperage r t J dead recovered I 1 ir r r w it is said the e 1 1 cI ef riUlJ iiiuIng 3 Its7il tutt z1 t i 4r oit y Zt jd r tfI r r 11 J4z ffjr 1I 1 i IJ I K JV Y i t J 4 r f 1 1tfti71 f r jPV 1 A 5 The nnvy department made an effort to reach I5r Adm Kcmpff on hs flagship Xewark at the Taku forts at the mouth of the IoiIlo river A ca blegram was addressed to the com mander of the Initcd States steam ship Yorktown at Chefoo the nearest treaty lrt to Tnkii on the northern side of the Shantung peninsula repeating a message indited to Adm Keinpff last Thiirsilay iniiiiring as to his situation the conditions at Pckin at lust report and into his need for more men aiul ships and directing the commander to take the message at once to Taku anti return with the answer Tlje department is now pret ty well assured that the original mes sage never reached Ailm Kcmpff The diinrtmcnt I docs not know whether the message to Chefoo can be deliv ered hut made the effort Manila June ISlht 9th regiment United States infantry has been or dered to Manila whence it with pro cecil to China London June 1rlhif is the situ ation in China as it appears to the Shanghai correspondent of the Daily Express It is really a state of veiled war The members of the foreign legations in Pekin are virtually prisoner ami the Chinese troops are only restrained from attacking them by fear of the legation guartta Meanwhile the ministers are alto gether unable to communicate with MAP PEKING CHINA rOT central- S Numerous temples adorn the two sections of the city representing Buddhism Confucianism Mohammedanism and the large number of Idols worshiped by thr Chinese There Is no foreign concession In Peking but the legations are situated near together In the southern part of th Tatar city They were brlclnally fine Chinese residences but have been rebuilt to suit the tastes of their present occu pants The Roman Catholics erected three cathedrals but have been forced to abandon one as It was located too near the Imperial palace In the accompanying sketch map the two Presbyterian missions are designated by P the Catholic by It c the Meth odist by M the Society of Propagation of the Gospel by S P O American board byAgathered at the Methodist mission which Is near the legations the ofllccrK commanding the relief ciiliimn which is mnking un enforced anti isolated hnlt between Tien Tsin anil Pekin Time wllllIIf the capital tire guirded by 100000 imperial troops The gates are heavily defend ed wilb inmlcrn guns Tung acting miller orders from time empress dowpger says that no more foreign troops shall enter the sacred city London June 11A dispatch from Hong Kong under Saturdays date says that according to advices from Tint Tsin nil the legations in Pckin Intro IHCU attacked and destroyed by n until The lennan minister Baron Von Ketteler is reported killed Shanghai June 17 Anarchy prc rails III Tien Tsin Advices from that pliee say that Friday amiil popular turmoil incendiary tires occurred in the Cast City Three English and American church es timid many foreign residences were burned The lloxera also emit off the telegraph communication and there is no unite of immediate restora lion of the telegraph Hong Kong June 17Thc British lirelclass cruiser Terrible witji troops Railed for Ten Tsin Saturday apt Percy M Scott of the Terri bIt previous 10 sailing arranged to land a 12poundrr anti other ships guns for ISinil service- Qnnrlerinusster Channel Wifthinglon June IMj James lois quartermaster has htienre lieved from duly at Savannah imui nt Charleston S CM anti ordered to Denver Col for ditty as chief ipiarlcrmiMlcr department Colorado Superintendent nf Chicago Schools Chicago June l3Flwiui O Copley was elected to succeed Dr K llenja min Andrews us superintendent of Chicago public scliool system Mr Cooley is nt present Riiperintendent or the Chicago Normal school Tronble In Cinmbla Colony llathurst Gambia Colony West Af rica June 17t native rising has iMcurred in time Gambia colony and two Brit I commissioners and six members of the police have been killed nt Sannkanndi on the south bank of the Gambia river by Mandingoes flamed to Death Eureka Springs Ark June 17 Miss Zoni Harvey former engrossing clerk of the state senate was burned to death by the explosion of a coal oil lamp over which she was heating a curling iron Mr Lanetrya Horse Won London June IS At Ascot Thurs day the gold cup rallied at 1000 soy ereigns with tJOOO sovereigns in spe ell waS won by Mr Jerseys plrs Langtrys Merman ridden by Tod Sloan It A Oswalds Scintillant was second and J G Clarkes The Grafter third Six horses ran LIvtuffBton Renonlnated Atlanta Itt June Ii1Ion Leon Idas Living on member of congress from the Fifth di trict was renoin inated to succeed himself at the dEs trict convention held here TJiureday l i t t ROOSEVELT THE MAN New York Kirrrnnr Wilt lie Nominated fur Vice 1rrnlilrnt by tlio Itr ub limns mul Will Arrrjit Ihila lcliliia June 18 Theodore Roosevelt governor of New YorH will be nominated for vice president Representative Charles II Grosvcnor of Ohio is authority fur Ibis state ment which was made nt midnight upon Gen Grosvenors return front political ilinncr at the country real lience eif C A GriKCOin It was at vvGOV THEODOIIK nOOSKVKIT Stated to Second the Nomination ol President McKlnlry this dinner that Mie agreement Will reachedThe news of Mr Plaits mica will Roosevelt and the Information that the latter would accept if nominated was telephoned from here to tin Griscom country home It vms agreed Sen Grosvenor says to ac cell he situation and make ISoonc elt tIme nominee This is a great trio umph for Senator Plait MOLDERS PAY REDUCED The WHRC Jirnlc In KITret Prior te May I U Itr liireil The llnllrc- CiiuiKr AlTcclnl Detroit Mich June IThe eon lettuce between the committee ol nine from the Moldcrs Inion ol America mill the administrative cumin cil of the Foundrymens Xational association fueled with the decision that the advance in pay for molders in Cincinnati Cleveland amid Chicago ol J5 cents per day would not be grantedThe molders III tIme three cities named were getting 250 per tiny for bench work timid 275 for floor work On May I the request iou n raise was rcfnseil limit a temporary raise of IC ents per dayvmms granted to remain in effect until the present conference The action of the association restores the wages in effect prior to May I The decision affects all cities in the United States because had a raise teen granted to the molders of Cia innati leland antI Chicago it vnultl have nlTecteil all cities where the association has members ELECTION IN HAVANA Urn lcjninlro HnilrlKUm nllonnl if nirtleil lliiyor Il nn Ovrr nhlmhlf tnSorH Havana June J8Gen Alejandro Jfodriguez nationalist wits Saturday lccted mayor of Havana polling 13 73 votes ngainst 6034 east for Senor Ebtraila Mora independent The total vote fell about 4300 below the registration The national party elected its entire ticket IS councilmen the treasurer one correctional judge and three municipal judges The other correctional judgeship fell to an in lepcndcnt candidate as huh also the fourth municipal judgeship Of the 5x other councilmen four arc repub licans and two arc nationalists who ran independently ISeports from every part of the is land go to show that perfect order prevailed nt the polls PLAYED WILLIAM TELL A SI Ionln tiny Allrmplril to Shunt it Ilrtck Oil n Plnj nin c head Itndlr Wounded St Louis June 17 Itobert lloesle twelve years od and Gordon Collier aged nine played William Tell here with almost fatal results The boys got a revolver and for awhile amused themselves flourishing the weapon in wild west fashion Then they remembered the story of Wm Tell and lloesle agreed to represent young Tell using part of a brick In sttnd of the tipple Collier tired at the brick but hit his companion in the cheek inflicting a wound which Is serious Spot on the Ran Discovered Paris Tulle ISbbe Mareux tho astronomer has discovered and sketcher through the big telescope in the optic palace of the exposition a remarkable spot on the sun forming a part of an extensive group and haying a diameter of nearly 40 kilometers This spot be says will remain for seven days anti become visible to the naked eye lie predicts the appearance of other spots in July Au gust and September inferring that the heat during those months will be very great Custom Receipts In Cuba Washington lime JSThe war de partment reports that the customs re ceipts In the Island of Cuba for the first four months of 1900 were 5 41VJG3 an increase of 969811 over the customs receipts for the corre sponding months last year Over dime Full Kingston Jamaica June 17BnIt ish Guiana mail news reports another accident on June 10 when n boat with 23 persons were precipitated over the falls of Cnyuni river and dashed to pieces All were lost Coal Combine Indicted llbpkinsville Ky June HThe Christian county grand jury returned indictments against five large coal mining companies and eight local dealers charging them with extorting money from the public by unlawfully combining to maintain advanced prices on coal Math Carriers Salaries Inrrenied Washington June 17The post of flee department has decided to in crease the salaries of nil free rural delivery carriers who arc now receiving 400 per annum co 300 Conre mnn Iloffecker Drop Dead Dover Del Tune 17 Congressman John Henry IIofTccker the state of Delawares only representative in the lower house in the national legislature and who is said to have been the only republican both factions of the party could agree upon for such position dropped dual Saturday in Smyrna Indicted for Wife Murder Xnshvillc Tenn Tune 17IsaiahI Evans wus indicted for the murder of lute wile He was also indicted foi assault with intent to murder hit motherinlaw f k NO ACCOMMODATION TRAIN A Pmrtf front flic llnek Cnnntrj AVha AVn Itnllirr llnril to- Plronr Tie had driven from a bickwoods hamlet in11I1rofadelphU as the Philadelphia Imuiircr hen wdlOil the he stopped the bluccoatcd otlicial and asked in all serious nens Im sorter hungry Will ye tell me jest where tIme al n car There is none on this train was thean swer its short run does not rcquiret Huh grunted the questioner unit of nor kccrs is tIme one that ye jest loll- around in an turn antI twist yer cheer anj way ye plase Dont imagine that because Ive never went railrondin afore don I know all about these things You probably mean the Pullman c havent any attached Well luiitin quashes W ere yer cigar stand sos a weld an light in upJ We dont have FilCh a thing man An Jec no place fer me ter git lilY short shined tel Ie surer Xo sir Course Id be crazy ter think yen might have a barber lad aboard f anyTIme subjected the con durtor to menacing scrutiny front head to foot and back again drawled out in an angry diuapomntcui tone of voice chl fufferin corn meal thought je said this wuz an accommodation train A Very thud Spelt The new reporter opened his account of the fever epidemic by writing Till health board reports 0 new cases of tiefoyd fever The city editor in a mild manner as is the wont of city cditow observed to the new reporter that his spelling was very bad Whereat the new reporter explained I haul a bad upchl of typhoid Itn oung and it never got out of my system Next day he was studying the help wanted columns again Ilaltimore Amcr iean An lllintrnllon An Irishman was telling me that Irish men are creatures of impulse An Irish man would kill a man in one minute ho saidanti be afther standing him a illirink the ncxtIonlon PickMcUp Successful One Way longlifesult that his life in the other world will be longer than anticipated Uoston Globe How was Admiral naval rank reduced when he got married He be came Mrs Deweys second mateArgonaut The end of the busy little lice is usually a painful one Chicago Daily Xews A penny in the hand In better than a nickel in the slot Chicago Daily Xews withbatdTIIH MAHKKTS Cincinnati June 16 BATTLE Common 400 a 4 30 Select butchers 5 00 Ct 3 10 HALVES Extras fi 23 i 6 0 HOGS Select packers 5 10 ft 5 13 Mixed packers 3 00 fc1 5 5HEKP Choice 4 23 tfj 4 LAMUS Kxtra 700 7 1- 0fLOUHSlriJlg pat 3 65 s I mVlTEV1Nm 2 red f0 OKX Xo 2 mixeil ilATSXo 4t 2 mixed 2 t KYBXO 2 iii CAt- lVY Clioiee timothvU 50 fdt 7 t mSS Pork lIlt IAIM t Ii 50 IIUTTEK Ch dairy J 13i3 Choice creamery JIUSChlo fnnev 3 00 tt 00 POTATOES Per brl 1 JO tIj 50 fOltACCO Xcw Im i11 75 Old 4 00 t14 T CHICAGO flOriJ Win patent Jt t S 00 VIJKATXo J red 77 il 77 h hi 70 6t 703- COKX Xo 2 i9yfi DATS Xo 2 23t4fjJ 23yg- It YE Xo 2 3 38j 011KMess 1033 gill 50 LAUD Steam fr 6 70 NEW YORK KLOLlt Win patent 10 ii 4 03 WHEAT Xo 2 red In V- ICOKX Xo 2 mixed fi 1r7 OATS Xo 2 mixed 27 KYE W t- IOKK Mess 11 75 I12 50 LAUD Steam tz 6 2s UALTllIORR- V1IEAT Xo 2 red f 72 Southern 72 iI COKX Xo 2 mixed 1i 1- IOVISNo 2 mixed 27 CATTLE First qiiiiL 5 10 i 5 33 HOGS Western 5 70 3 SO JNDIANAIOLIS WHEAT Xo 2 red gf 76 COUX Xo 2 mixed uj 40a OATS Xo 2 mixed 23 LOUISVILLE FLOUU Win patent 4 23 4 50 WHEAT Xo 2 red fiJ 72 CO UN Mixed 44 OATS VJxed 23 POItK Mess ffilSOO LAhiDiteamn Cfi G2L 1IIb1 r t pw tttj1 ITbt Typewriter Invention hilllrOltl that the invention ef the tyiKwriur his given employment to 300000 people but lie to state how puny alC6 of weak stomachs and dyspepsia t iuductd All people ufeeileiitarv occupation need Hostellers Stomach tiers It helps natuie to bear the otrain wliirh onMies from rnntinr mcnt and it is a wonderful medicine Xo one realize that more keenly than the man or woman who has been curedof stoma ach trouble by its use iII Ilnnurn JiiUe ISam lledford relates a cooil joke that PC at Calhoon this week in Imlpe Owens court Aease was on trial and the judge wiiokeptminuetlbetmcluuscuing milan called you RrE making a great deal of unnecessary noise What are ollllhoI havelcistVluaiul time judge people often lose whole Mills in here without making all that dtttiirliance Owcntboro Inquirer SuifcnicCniirtHii lnln Iltr FoolKane TrnileMnrk 11nCCalorissue against Paul II Iliuisnn the manufac tuner of the foot powder called Dr Clarks Foot Powder and also against a retail deal er of IlronUIyn restraining them from musk inc or selling Dr Clarks Foot Powder which is declared in the decision of the Court an imitation and infringement of yourlioesadvertised and sold all over the country Allen S Olintted of le Roy X Y is the owner of the trademark FootEase and he is the first individual who ever advertised a foot powder extensively over the roan try lie will send a sample Free to anyone who writes him for it The decision in this ease uphoM his trademark and renders all parties liable who fraudulently attempt to profH by the extensive FoolKase ad in the market a cpu oreIiarattonIalulculFoottssp Similar suits will be brought against others who lire now infringing on th lootlac trademark and common law rights The Parsons Hcvtacr It had been the riiMoin of an Atrhison man all his life to time his preacher at church and when time preacher haul talked 30 hongI alIsermon couldnt pet away and preached a runcral sermon lading an hour and 13 min utes Atchison Globe The Xntlonnl Conventions Prohibition at Chicago June 2723 1000 Ticket on sale June 1M27 Democratic at Kansai City July 4 1000 Tickets on sale July 21 The road to take to attend these Convcn Itythevratibuled trains free chair ears tatisfac iSO dining car service and its unsurpassed f eping car accommodations TripForany A ent of time Chicago Great Western or a dress F II Lord G 1 T A 113 ttrcct Chicago i I A Sernirn In Ilrlcf A man met a bull in n field Ill toss you to see who stays said the bull He tossed rnd the man The moral is that it is never safe to in dulge in games of chance r5pec ally when all the odds are against you Philadelphia North American The Best Prrncrlptlon for Chills and Averts a bottle of GROVES TASTELESS a qiminincintate1ess 1 Persons that fail to see a joke should thjtkelndinnaJloi manhouihlChicago Daily News to a Wheeli Mr Sarpeiglil believe Iwill visit a mind reader anti allow him to experiment with me Miss Gabby If you do he will think lie it reading a bicycle advertisement Haiti more American To Cure n Cold In One flay Take laxative Bromo Tablets AU druggists refund money litrails tocurcSoc I10reiPutk Itolirrt Klonrnny Urickyard Aa wrote consider no remedy equal to Dr JIoTett Teethina Teething Powders for tIme irri aliens of teething and the bowel troubles of our Southern country ptrCpctlyhllllrver mantle anything fit to olis Journal I do not believe Pisos Cure for Consump tion has an equal for coughs and colds John F Bayer Trinity Springs Jnd Feb 13 When some people lose their positions they look around for sympathy instead of new jobAtchison Globe dycuialulKammico fameIIhlDemocrat llnir Catarrh Cure la taken Internally Price The Many a is a man who j ipcs others will deny his gloomy abortions Indianapolis Xews All the Kentucky belles chew Kisme They like it = Dont try to condense the milk of human leno- cratABSOLUTE SECURITY Carters Littlej Muot Boor Signature of fee FacSlmlle Wrapper Below Very aau sad as sey to tulto as ngllr rFORNEADACHLbAffFttt ITTLE raR IUIUMEIS IVERFORTORPIDUVEfi PILLS FOR SALLOW 1111 FON THE COMPLEXION sTu CURE SICK HEADACHE IIaROIRIII-a If you will = Virginia Cheroots S and you will get the of and = a that 5 cents will in a a and get it over I = 1Sof a 5c = Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 centsI ISII I I5 1L11 4 TilL u pd are alt L + + I11 44 + + ri A news ink IS is by y had 40 in as the of the of the of the It y to the look of a IS or at is TilE for time This is tyilh sleeping MMMMMMMV JUDGEc of BI01noQl nine You imitations of Laxative BromoQuinine You pass off the You reputa tion has cost of and of dollars The guarantees to man the enjoyment of the of his toil and will protect the are therefore ordered and commanded desist from unlawful practices the extremest penalties of the law Quinine enlInelianap UplfIlIFsilllisl GumI kindncsChmieago Cenuine Liver Pills 2ZsblPure17Tfetbh1- RIeI buy three IOld smoke them today greatest amount comfort satisfaction buy smoke three times Try three today instead cigar IfI RSIRSI genuine business thousands upbuild InBearsTheForVearsOf WALTHAM WATCHES twentyfive years ago the American Waltham Company that Waltham Watches are speaking for themselves in the pockets of the peoplepToday EIGHT MILLION Waltham Watchesare in use throughout the Wattfam Watches for sale By retail jewelers eHI E A p imitator Laxative made traded which years labor United States every undis turbed fruits public fraud under Watch 350000 civilized world that CHEAP manufactured fiThe Queen City Printing Ink CoiCincinnati Ohio Who have years experience making NEWS INK TO THE REQUIREMENTS Such Speed Prosthe Paperthe Temperature Petit Room goes FARTHER ADDS paperami least ECONOMI CAL which TEST word CHEAP crinltJ THAT IntNEWS INK ft Makes a PaperILOOK THE MOFFETTS AllajsliTlfat Aids Dlgnlto TDR T Powders H I N QuidL Regulates the Bowebw of Children of Costs only 25 cents nt D 1Troubles AGE OrmillSSceaU to CJ MOFFETT M DSTLOUISMOtc WINCHESTER 11 Jl No black powder shells on the carket compare with tho NEW RIVAL In anJ k beauty and strong shooting qtulltlcs Sure fire xs3 jjaUrprooI Oct the genuine WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS e Haw Haw COM 7 I CHICAGOT0 OMAHA I Double Service Daily Kewllne via Bock ford Iuiuqup Waterloo lort Ikxlcc and Conn cllWu0s Buffe- tlihmrysrnokirg ears cars free reclining chair cars illnlnRcarv Send to the umlrrslziietl bra tree wpynl Pictures nd Notes EnRouta Illustrat ing this DCTrlln a4sren tram ibo car window rickets of agents of IC ILK and connrcllnj mace AU HANSOX GI A Chlca HPCTrUUnllTOU SiTE nafl-Tt4Tg1flmk BK Jii V SJTu 4t5Ts gO r TWO t = V 95ttI4JB01 TpS U1IS1l 010 ms tlt 411 wr m U S BUCQY CART CO TU7 CUIUJITI 0 to have have tried to them as have on a to it from You your r Over stated MEET Texture etc f CHEAP PARTiir r ruM i CO i 0 Labor Saving Dessert Dissolve in hot water contents of a pack age of Iturnliams hasty Jellycon set away in a cool place until wanted lid you will have the most brilliant pleating jelly The flavors are lemon orange strawberry rasp berry ridcherry and ptachor if a delicious wine or coffee jelly is desired get J calfsfoot Jellycon Your grocer sells torr Use Certain Cough Cure Price 25 celt cults HKtHt All U3t Best Cough Sirup Tutea Good Van in time Sold hr dmacfat r SUMPTION A N KB 181B fWIIEX WKITIXO TO ADVERTISERS plriue state that joa law the Advcrtl r meat In IhU sapec LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Must not he Imitatedg iIt =itr == r 1- XtiWB aromemllilline tIs a Valid TratieE3sasrts and essusf not he imitated i The Paris Medicine Co St Louis Flo recently won a suit in the U S Circuit Court for the district of Indiana Yr establishing the validity of Laxative Bromo as a rn trademark and perpetuallyenjoining thedefendant NewtonLf C Davis of Frankfort Indiana from using these or any similar words to describe a medicinal preparation of his t manufacture On account of the popularity of Laxative Bromo j Quinine it still has a few imitations put up under similar names k which are calculated to deceive the public and in order to get the I I IJJl III 119lo genuine be sure this signature r 8if4rwtes is on every box The kt Paris Medicine Co will bring suit atonce against all other infringers Laxative BromoOuinine is a prescription compounded exclusively for colds and it seldom fails to cure a Gold in one day All druggists in the United States and Canada sfcll ItNo Cure No Pay Price 25c Ih7 ti j L OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK tOULLOOKPUflLISUIWCOa t OWINGSVILLE KYin EsiPER YEAR IN ADVANCE of P fTHURSDAY JUNE 21 1900 S fM1UK HANNA Says Dollivcr for Vice President The knowing ones are betting on Dolliverle t The State Republican Committee L has called a convention at Louip IvileJuly 17th to nominate n can date for GovernoreROBBER COIKF YONTS was rcward ed by the loutille Goebolitc con vention with the nomination for- Statoatlnrge Presidential Elector 1TnERlt is some talk of the Chi rDCBO Boxers sending missionaries I to convert the savage St Louis 1streetcar strikers and their sym a pathizers to moral wayshJ EMPERUU WLUE of Germany is I the proiidext iiinn in Europe IiiIParliament having passed the thai is ti tunke Germanys navy P ieryrUCCXIIAII mack Lewis andL Smith are tin entries for the 4 I Guliornntoiiul Makes It looks like it in the fidd against l3eekliamb 4 Thcrtr is wmie tulk of a Titian mv nearly four hundredi million pro pie in thea Fin If they had the genius forta vrnr like other big nations no aeIhinniion that went against them a I be a Huh biLtr DKWET is very philosophical nndI 1 trii ihuiikful that be is not ZaTthe PriiJcttiil choice of the few political leaders who put their lieadf logetlu r and fix up a slate lore the convention assembles JFriaCmirTTtfAppoals lust week the minor Republican State f officers t1 give possession of their office anil rcrcrds to the Gocbelite l contstn iiinl it vas done The 71 actual settlement of the cases is I Ldekrretls I j b THK Republican National con TOrilion met at Philadelphia Tues j iluv Of course tho Presidential a roii inee anti the platform are fore hone wnclustons but there is some cTIcailitynl1tut the Vice Presiden 4 tiltl LaflhiZCC- I A a JOHN R MCLEAN has gone toEu mpc but is SMid to have sent Bryan a Liifwyk for 2OOO as an evidence a i fgod faith if not for publication Wonder if McLean had anyaspi r rations towards adorning the tail Ajjd of the ticket j JCPTCS GOEUELS name as one ofI the biR ight from Kentucky to the Bryanic convention was included in a resolution but the convention wa jubcrouB of making a Chi- C nnati Republican a delegate Something has tamed the Goebelltc leadersPTHE Gocoelites need the antisi 5 now They dont hardly see how t they can yrt along without them i It brings to mind that old classic When tlio devil was sick The devil a monk would be JJat when the devil got well The devil a monk was ho At REUBV got it slnp bang at the 1 iI J Louisville convention last week nnd it may be taken as an indica tin of what he will get in his race S for the Congressional nomination 1IntboSixth Berry and Hodge i the two contesting delegations from Campbell county and their opponents were seated a r IT is rumored that Bryan has written in favor of amending or a repealing the Goebel election law That sentiment is growing among athe Goelielite leaden but they if dont make a move towards restor ing what YReyhave stolen under its icious powers However the peo 4 pIe may take a firm notion to bring 1 them to terms next November- S I2TunChinese insurgents called Boxers are a secret society with 4 the motto Yu Ho Chuan mean- ingcI Righteousness Harmony and i Fists The latter are a strong combination in a roughandtumble melee but tho foreign grabbing devils have a more potent ono in tho latest improved arms and men disciplined for scientific fighting v1 JUDGE Wai K TOWSSEXD U S i District Judge of Southern New I York district decides that Porto j BIco Is a foreign country so far as da4 14 the U S Constitution is concerned but is a part of the United States I co far as any other country is cot t ii cerned Therefore Porto Rico ia a nondescript and an anomaly but 1 its people cant escape death and fg4 Mark Bannas tariff taxes i fl THE Kansas City hotelkeepers s tick to their price of 20 for lodg ing during the Bryanic convention whether ror one night or not more than four The hornymouthed son of toil who has enjoyed the luxury of a sleep on n cot at 20 per sleep ia apt to he in a spiteful humor next dayso there may be lots of a fun to the disinterested public alIT ter alt if the convention lasts ii one nighty teejopen in 8 face at the Haxrodsburg convene r tion Slid ho arose and made an in te1 dignant speech without an answer i from any one He had been as ptirrd that he would be made a del c eLate to rite State convention but ti they pnubled him for a place on the repolutione committee also for delegate and when he called their t attention to it us a mistake a mo itzi I only four voted for him for dele f gate Thompson is one of the ablest I of the stiver lenders in the State Vbut he opposed Goebel bitterly at the Music Hall convention 3 p 1 rc jdIJ j Jsr rji s Tun State GucUlitc convention wan tho tauiett thai hUB met in the name of Democracy in Kentucky ithin the memory of the oldest habItant lIut it come to the ass after nil the storm and stress n the past live yeirs that the peo pie have become worn out with the miserable business ito Jo BLACKIIURN told the Louisville lust week that ho lilIdw tters written by Win Goebel in favor of the modification of the Goebel Election law Blackburn himself favored giving Republicans representation with Demo rats on the boards Jo wants to make a favorable impression with the Republican Senate PO he vihln get buck in his old Beat Thats of what makes him good all at once TilE State Goebelito convention at Louisville lust week stretched its Stateatlarge delegate honors tipcover eight patriots who will go to the Kansas City convention with a alf n vote each for Bryan namely Jo Blackburn Items McCroary ouie McQuown N W Utley ames P Gregory C W Brausford Chuwrlcy B Poyntz and Js ige ryor Three of tho big eight are obscureleudcr8of the Goo Democracy but what they ick in notoriety is made up by Rob her Chief Poyntz It is to bo hoped hat the convention boat will note rocked for it would be trying on teem Mack to have to trim gain after all his arduous labors n that respect in the past decade compare that big eight with he Stateatlargo delegates Kentucky used to send to national con ventions when her Democracy wns he real thing In statesmanship nd general ability McCreary it about equivalent to the other seven and that isnt saying much for Mc Creary either TUE latest news from China Tuesday was that the forts at Taku fired on n foreign warship Sunday morningand the allied British Russian Japanese American Ger man and French squadrons bom barded the forts which surrendered lattho attacking forces were British 1 German 3 Russian 1 French 1 i wounded British 4 German 7I Russian 45 French 1 Tho forts opened fire by order of the Empress Dowager it being practically an overt act of war against tho com bined foreign powers The Chinese on their retreat from the forts ran into the Russian land forces and wore captured It is rumored that the foreign legations in Peking were attacked by Chinese mobs and tho foreign machine guns mowed down the Chinese but some members of the legations were mas sacred Germany is sending troops France 10000 and more are coming from Russia which already has a large army there or on the borders The international column of marines under command of BritishAdmiralSeymour that start ed to Peking was compelled to falLt back to Tien Tsin from started THERE are heavy doings in Chine The Boxers are overrunning the country burning out the mission aries and other foreigners and murk dering them or driving them to refuge in the large cities The Dowager Empress is believed to b secretly in sympathy with th movement and the imperial troop- in the main either refuse to figh the Boxers or openly espouse thel- ocause Tho native converts t Christianityare being killed and it is rumored that the Japanese minister and the German minister have both been killed Tho foreign diplomatic legations in the capital Peking are surrounded by a howling 1amob and have been cut off from communication with their re spective governments for some days The column of marines of the different nations that started from the coast to Peking are making slow progress the railroad be- Ing torn up and they being short c provisions as well as having contend with the Boxerp while there aro said to bo 100000 Boxers and sympathizing imperial troops to oppose their entrance into Peking when they reach there There is a lack of harmony among the powers in dealing with the uprising for the other nations suspect Russia of designs of seizing a disproportionate share of the spoils in- case of the dismembermentof Chino Different nations are hurrying Warships and troops to the scene Ji pan having dispatched troopsand the United States having order the Ninth Regiment of regulars go there from Manila What will all end in can only be conJec- tured but it furnishes the most delicate situation for the peace of tho world known in modern rIkeepfecting Americans and their prop erty in China The other powers would probably align themselves Russia and France on one side against Japan Great Britain and Germany on the other in case of a clash of policy Russia and Japan are nearly certain to go to war over it Whether the others will bo iii volved is a matter of development A London correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial Tribur- says of the causes of the crisis There is little disposition in Europe to analyze the local causes of the Boxer uprising Otherwise the missionary question would become prominent It is so generally assumed that political intrigue is at the bottom of the trouble that a basis of permanent antiforeign prejudice is ignored There is no doubt however that the hatred of missionaries has been intensified recently When Li Hung Chang was last in Europe ho frequently talked of the missionary question which he said must sooner or later cause serious trouble He once asked whether it were possible for the European powers to arrive s an agreement to forbid missionaries to go to China He used to gay rr f i 4I 4 p f I that tho Chinese did not so much object to Christianity tire sleek wi11paid supercilious foreigners hir were sent to China to tench and The mission sorybIer jarred on the nerves of the most tolerant Chinaman und he thought would be immensely to the benefit nil concerned if tho missionary fWOrhhom there were plenty to carry- on the work if it must be carried on which ho did not bran means te admit In this connection it is curious c that rumors were in circulation in diplomatic quarters a few days ago that the Russian Government has mado inquiries as to the poiSibihiI3J Europe and America the Chinese Government to place certain restrictions on the immi gration of missionaries such as confining their labors to time treaty orts According to tho current report the British Government has already given its emphatic intinman tion that tho scheme went with its strenuous opposition and nobody here doubts that tho United a States tire country next interested in missions would take similar unh compromising attitude- CORRESPONDENCE Knob LIckdDry Harvest is herebCorn is growing nicely Mrs Win Barber is not so well Sirs Joba Clark is considerably betteroThe sawmill is cutting a lot of umberlIThere was a light shipment of ore last week rime farmers are about upwith their workJTho ore company has two houses about completed 7Messrs Johnson Myers of near Moorefiold passed here with over 300 sheepICapt Pitman went to Mt Ster ing Monday Captain has bought tire Note Adkins farm lIe is going to start a game preserve Please correct an error in last weeks correspondence My item read Born to Georgo Witherows wife a girl It should have rend boyknewe Upper Prickly Ash James P Hamilton was on East Fork Monday on business- Almanza Stone and wife visited rolatives in Montgomery county Sunday OMrs George Lathram of Midway visited Sam Lathrum and fam ily last week Miss Mary Markland visited rel atives and friends at Wyoming first of tho week Perry Goodpnster of Owings ville visited at Mrs Jennio Hamil tons Saturday night Ll1i19 Jennio Gudgell of non r visited relatives in this neighborhood last week Mrs Dr Ragland of Indianapo lis Indiana visited Mrs Nancy Shrout Friday and Saturday eMiss Fenton Shrout entertained SaturduyIP countyirMiss Minnie Shrout a charming young lady of Becknerville Clark county is the guest of her cousin Miss Fenton E Shrout Mrs Frances Hamilton and aol James returned last Thursday several weeks visit to relatives in Harrison county They wero ac companied home by Mrs Hamil tons daughter Mrs W 11 Warner and little daughter Dollio Land Mrs A D Lyter fFlat CrooK oTobacco is nicely at thi place Win Rice is having new buggy house built Wm Roberts bought a horse last week for 52 Luster Parker bought a horse recently for 45 N M Bird has been offered G8e for his wheat Vamp Smoot visited near Spon ILcer last Sunday gntheringdItTwo Mormon preachers are hold ing a meeting at Fassetts Wm Manley of Slate Valley visited here Sunday night MontgomtoSuch a pity that some people cant tell the truth when asked John Arnold visited friends near Grange City Saturday and Sunday Miss Nannie Dawson of this place is visiting in Mt Sterling this week Fruit trees are loaded with fruit this season and grapes aro also promising IeMrs Ben Wright of near Sharps burg visited At Wm Rices several days last week Holman Rico has returned homo from Cincinnati where he had been attending school- SMrs Odd Brumigem and Mis Mary Dickens were in Owingsvillo one day last week shopping Severnlyoungstersfrom this par attended the concert in Owingsville last Thursday night and all report ed a good time Mason Updike of Ewington aged 19 died Thursday of cons mption He was a member of the church and was of a peaceable quiet disposition which made him many friunds Burial at Spring field Friday afternoon j j a 1t 11 j JV Crooks Mrs Ed Green ia visiting in Mt terling this week les J M Carpenter visited at Thom ns Station Sunday Mo neo Jackson and wife of Roes Run visited here Sundayno Martin hurt sprained his shoulder while loading lumber Saturday B F and wife of edtepetoner Sunday frhadhero SundayhW W Goodpaster sold to Will oung 13 lambs to be delivered une 20th at 5c per pound Sherman Paxton and wife of Owingsvillo visited the formers parents near here Sunday Elder Tinsley delivered a very elegant sermon to a large crowd at- endalls Springs Sunday after oon Eld Sherman Paxton will preach t tho Jackson schoolhouec next Sunday Let all come out und ear him Dr Walden Thomas Shrout and Dee Shrout of Owingsville attend ed church at Kendalls Spring Sun ay aftcnoon Demsie Parks while running last twisted his foot and broke a one in his ankle which is causing him much paint Morohoad Our town was edified by anther circus last week tWmie school here this yeartA thing ofbeauty is a boy for overso think some girls It will soon bo time for Maud Muller to begin her summer work Too Blackburns mouth was in fviolent eruption at Louisville last week Harlan Powers was accidentally shot in the foot by Wick Fraley last week Sam Leedy is said to have shot Harry Carroll at Soldier last Fri daynight tMiss Maude Tippett is visiting in Ashland the guest of her sister Mrs Fred Powers Green Strother of Mt Sterling is doing tho brick and plaster work on the Osborn Hotel It is not always tho man with the most powerful muscles who can raiso the most money It is said n girl sometimes ad mires a fast young man when she has him so fast he cant get away Rev W A Borum of Somerset has conducted a successful three weeks revivalat the Baptist Church The future of this nation lies with steady sober working people not with any political party or sot of political doctrines Preparations are being made for the annual convention of the Rowan County Sundayschool Association to be held here August 1th Not until all tire iclfimportant politicians and olUceseekcro fire forever relegated to the background will politics become half way de cent Odessa Aunt Frankie Coldiron continues very poorly 1Uosa daughter of J W Sned egar been quite sick for th past week tIMr Whaley of near Flemings burg was here last week looking for tobacco W T Anderson has been out of working order for two weeks with a lame back S B Hawkins sold his tobacco last week to J M Richart of Ow ingsville at 7c per lb sF T Jones has been in bad health all spring and doesnt seem to be improving much yot J L DarneR and H B Anderson returned home last Friday from Lexington where they had been attending tho K U The mowers binders and cradles are in motion this week in earnest The wheat crop is fairly good i this section but meadows are very light Jno H Ellington and sister MIllS Flora of Rowan Co were guests of their aunt Mrs Moses Sncdegar from Monday till Wednesday c last week rMies Harriett Snedegar after an extended visit with friends and tel atives here has returned to her homo at Morebead accompanied far as Salt Lick by Wayne Wil llama and Miss Annie P Snedegar W B Power has been carrying his hand in a sling for the par three weeks caused by a wago- catchIng his hand between the end of tho tonguo and an inchoak slat IIonrunThe following are those who vis ited at Carringtons Rock Saturday Mr and Mrs Jno W Darnell Mr and Mrs J Frank Jones Mr and Mrs T L Jones Mr and Mrs- Geo Trumbo Mr and Mrs Jno Jones Mr and Mrs J C Maxey II B and Ed Anderson Jr Cbilt Roberts Mrs W D Darnell Mary J Power and Elvira Williams Misses Ida B Anderson Oddie LI Power and Maggie Hunt They Olympiuntreport the round trip quite a pleas ant one with the exception of scal ing tho Rock which was quite 111I borious on tho men some of whom tipped the beam at near 200 lbs but they finally succeeded in get ting tho ladies tl up withconsid erable wear and tear of garments and so on The day will long be remembered by all I r Forge Hill There aro several cases of meas in this neighborhood Mrs E B Fenwyck of Amorot is visiting relatives Irene It N Williams returned to Mis un Friday after a pleasant visit with parents and friends here Mrs Ephraim Thompson and son Irvine and Miss Era Warren visit the family of James Toy Satur and Sunday Elder W A Williams returned ont Lexington last week accom la anied by Bro Flinn They arc- olding u protracted meetingat HedricksdBethel J F Trumbo of Mt Sterlingtwas hero Wednesday on Fleming county to visit friends Mrs C B Williams and daugh ter Miss Nannio spent several days last week with relatives at Tilton Mrs W It Scott nnd Mrs JohnS Clinkcnbcard went to Monday to attend the commencement at the Bible College Mrs Thos H Brown and little daughter Irene of Owingsvilloand Miss Pearl Trumbo of Lexington are visiting their father David S Trumbo this week Rev W T Chandler of Kelnt Harrison county our former pas tor and his daughter Kate visited D S Trumbo and other friends his week Katie will spend the summer here Miss Florence Arrasmith loft Thursday for Mt Pleasant Tenn o visit her brother Tom Little Arrasmith accompanied her o visit her fattier They will spend tho summer there Juora June 13th to Cyrus Arm mith and wife a daughter their econdborn the oldest being 19 years old i weight GJ lbs Mother and child doing well and lmapp by the arrival of the young lady named Margaret McCullough I CraiRS Bud Jones and wife are on the sick list Terrible dry and gardens a failure Wheat harvest is here and farmers say it is a pretty fair crop Tho cherry crop is being har vested They are of good quality Mrs Richard Ferguson visited Licking Valley Sunday tho guest of Mrs Bud Wright Isaac Toy and wife visited James lloyd und wife on Prickly Ash from Sunday until Monday A fox broke into the poultry yard of Mrs John K Jones and killed about 30 fine chickens Jo Snedegar wife and children ut near Judy were guests of tho formers mother Friday and Satur dayWill Young was here engaging lambs this week lIe bought some from Butler Toyut 5 cents pound IIJohn Stnton and wife of near Olympia were guests of Mrs Sta tons sister Mrs Melissa Snedegar Sunday Charley Snedegar has a nice era of tobacco nil lined over and wit seasonable weather it will mature very early Andrew Coylwife and litti daughter of Prickly Ash were guests of their daughter Mrs Dee Rudder Sunday eMrs Maria Stamper and little Miss Alma Toy were guests of Mrs Chris Garner of Slato Valley Sunday and attended Elder Pat- kens meeting Leslie Snedegar came home Saturday night He called to see his old friends Sunday Leslie is a good fellow and we are always glad to see him Hlllsboro Lewis Davis returned Monda from Iowa John W Gilmore and son were in Cincinnati last week A P Garnett of Cynt h lana VIS- ited friends hero last week Mrs Kirk and daughter of Don ver visited Dr Winter last week The young men of our town are preparing to organize a brass band Thomas Winter came up fror Maysvillo Monday to see Dr Win ter IfBen Story and Miss Rachel Jones of near here wero married last week Rov S A Day returned Satur day from a trip up in West Vir grain Mrs Nora Hull of near Toilet boro visited her father A Taylor Davis 11nvery poorly with re covery Gray Bros of Hlllsboro Ohio arc hero with onecent photograph 1itic lenses Childrens day will be observed at the Christian Church on Sunday night July 1st WyoIDenton this week Lewis Hunter returned Monday from Cynthiana after a visit to his sister who is very sick Robert Solby returned last week from Irvine Ky where he has been engaged in time mercantile business Childrens day at the Methodist Church Sunday morning was wen attended and each child did its part well- Denton k Day are delivering 80 Bearing binders and mowers sold this season assisted by J V Camp bell D A Conyon of Ohio and George Gudgell of Odessa 1 V j y o x 1 v Howards Mill Mrs John McQuithcy is on tho sick list Mrs Will Mallory has been on the sick list for several lays Miss Ruth Henry attended the hop at Olympian Springs Thursday night The Ladies Aid Society metIwith Mrs Dr Clark Wednesday afternoon Mrs W S Henry and daughter Sue visited relatives in Clark Cost week Mrs Will Slack of Winchester will arrive today to spend several ays with her sister Mrs Henry Vol Henry who has been in Mis oon for several weeks writes back hat it is the finest country he ever struck except Howards MillIThe ladies connected with the Sundayschool here aro training tho little ones for Childrens day is announced for tho second unday in July Grange Cltvi Wheat harvest began hero Mon dayBro Frank will preach here next Sunday Alphin Vice and wife of Okla visited relatives here Saturday and SundayJames Art Lewis nnd Miss Ella Crawford were married last Friday We extend congratulations Dr W O Phillips and S R New man left Tuesday to attend the meeting of the Pharmaceutical As sedation at Glenn Springs this weekOur church will not be dedicated tho fourth Sunday as the chairs will not be ready by then So i will be announced later when the dedication is to be fMrs Ed Anderson and son Mrs Myers and daughter of Wy oming and Mrs Harriet Smedley of Iowa passed through here er routo to visit Joe Myers and man ly near Flemingsburg Saturday and Sunday tLicking Union The matrimonial craze has struck this community Aunt Patsy Alley widow of Al frcd Alley died Saturday at he r home near Farmers of consumption MrsLcota Utterbackof Morgai county visited her parents Rober Cornet and wife Saturday and SundayAlex Abbott while atwork at the lumber mill on Leatherwood lust week fell on a saw cutting his art very badlyVCoring Williams of Yale after a lingering illness died Friday His remains were laid to rest in the Yale graveyard Saturday Mr and Mrs J R Cummings o f Pennsylvania who had been visit ing here for some time left Saturn duty for Carter county necompanI ied by their sister Mrs mings Married Saturday evening flea r Tale Ellis Adams and Miss Myrtli Harmon Elder Alderson perform ing the ceremony Levi Alfrey and Miss Myrtle Young were also married Thursday IeStepstoneMiss Fannie Lane of Mt Ster ling is visiting her brother R II LaneLuther Ringo of Menifee Co is hero visiting his daughter Mrs C Uoganr Miss Hargis Montjoy of Ewing ton is here visiting her sister Mrs B F Myers Geo W Kincaid has moved into Mr Williams tenant house at the station here Thai H Turley and family ol Clark Co are visiting his father H M Turley yMiss Lou Karrick of Marshall Mo is visiting her uncle Isaa- Karrick and family Miss Nellie Tribou daughter oi Dr G E Tribou of Owingsville is visiting her aunt Mrs H C Meatit Chess Glover and Farmers arrived here Monday on a visit to his mother Mrs J W Burbridge nWm Allington and family of Thompsonarevisitinghis- r brothers inlaw Wm and Jas Conner fo a few days Mrs Johnson of Slate bridge set 97 turkey eggs this spring and hatched two turkeys What was wrong with them Mrs John Hyden who had been visiting relatives and friends at and near Farmers for a week or so returned home Monday Mrs Chas Harper of near Ow ingsville and Mrs Jas Harper of Catlettsburg wero hero several days visiting friends last week Isaac Karricka cow is sick Hope is nothing serious as Mr K has had lots of trouble with cows and calves in the last few years J F Berrys tobacco barn burnt down Sunday night It is reported 1us having 13000 pounds of tobac co in it How it caught is a mys teryMiss Mildred Garrett has GO hens and lucia sold 214 dozen eggs and has raised 200 chickens all since Feb 28th 1900 Who can bent it- The Hon C IL Brooks wife and daughter of Guthrie Oklahoma and Mrs Dr Nesbitt and daughter of Mt Sterling are guests of Mrs R H Lane Its dry here again It has beer trying to rain all the past week but so far it has failed Hopo it will soon come as everything is needing it badly l J iI ryr IV c fIJ ij ffif J I 1ELIIAITIDYRII1a= HTagotjs Inp1eftpetts Machines 25 Easy Payments Guaranteed 5 YearsVGOOD DISCOUNT FOR CASH REFRIGERATORS ICECREAM FREfl3ZI3RSVCHINA SILVERWAREAGENTS FOR AMERICAN FIELD FENCE t = Miss Jennie Gudgell of White Oak is visiting Miss Eliza Maxey Chas Overley children and sister wero visiting his folks near Ewing ton several days last week and attending tho deathbed nnd funeral of some friends ot theirs Miss Corn Gibbs of Preston was the guest of Miss Mattie Payne a few days last week Miss Virgil Turley charming daughter of Joe C Turley of Mt Sterling is also visiting Miss Mattie Mr Martin and wife with their youngest child of Winchester Who had been visiting their kinsman John Shrout at this place for the last few days returned home Monday C B Reid has finished bulldinj the addition to his house and it makes a great deal more room for the family and adds so much to tho outside looks of the house It is by far the nicest looking lions at the station Childrens day services held at Corinth Church Sunday night were a grand success as the children aU looked recited and sang very well There was a large crowd in attend ance from all of the surrounding country and every one seemed to bo well pleased with the evenings program Moores Ferry James Atchison of Jackson visited relatives here last week Mrs Dr A B Robbins of Salt Lick visited at T J Batys last Friday Miss Rosa Moody of Rowan Co1 visited Miss Ollie Williams from Saturday until Monday Elder Wesley Blevins preached Saturday night and Sunday at Hedricks with three additions to the church one by baptism und two reclaimed There WIn a good sized congregation at troth services but some young nieu talked out while preaching was going on Sat urdu night and Sunday uiorninj some of the young men acted very badly arid talked shamefully in the presence of ladies and children If the lawabidiug and good people cannot get redress in the courts we will have to quit trying to have meetings at Uedricks It is a shame that women cannot go to church but some lowdown drunken sot has to insult them with vul garity On Sunday morning about 9 oclock Misses JUollie and Cynthia Ellington and Emmet Ellington were going to Hedricks to meeting When they were passing D C Floods they closed their parasols and Miss Cynthias horse scared and began jumping and trying to run finally throwing her opposite Floods house on the pike knocking the breath out of her for some time and rendering her speechless for near an hour She remained in n semiconscious condition for about 15 hours and could not be taken to her uncle raylor Ellingtons until Cyntbiaoof Rowan county near here She is 16 years old is pretty and be loved by a large circle of relatives and friends who regret very much the sad accident We hope she will soon get well again She seems to be a favorite with every one and is petted by all her relatives for her amiable disposition Oh no Moores Ferry correspondent of another Bath Co paper my pension will not be the cause of me voting the Republican ticket this fall But Goebelism may if I have to indorse Goebelism with all its diabolical and treacherous acts beginning at the Louisville convention and the nefarious steal of all the State offices by the Leg islature and Election Boardand twomen rulesuch is the Goebel Election law I believe in the ma jority rule as expressed at the polls and not dostored by three commissioners and even the courts barred from going behind their decision even under pretext of majority of legal votes The people are called to vote next November not as Democrats or Republicans but to right the wrong that has been done the great common people in Ken tucky by disfranchising so many of her noble citizens of the rights of suffrage in order to make Goe bolism supreme in this Common wealth I believe the time has come when all good citizens should voto for the masses and not for bloodthirsty ofllceeeekers like the Goebel bandits PALACE BARBER SHOP C P HANN Prop Owingsville Ky I have moved to time I pocket one door from O C Harris where you will always find sharp razors and clean towels I solicit 42patronageVyour =r IiandmadeSaZfk9V BUGGY WAGON S lHARNESSVy mlHARDWARE OF ALL KINDS aid FUJI II VV Kentucky Crop Report Condition of Crops and Live Stock June 1st 1900 WHEAT As the time for harvest draws near the prospect is for a further diminished yield In Ohio Indiana and Michigan where the prospects have been very poor throughout the season the ravages of the Baa sian fly destroyed the few fields that offered a fair yield A greater portion of the acreage in theso States has been plowed up and seeded to other crops much of it being don frtbe close of May In Illinois le prospetMaagood as ono month ago Missouri has a fair crop slightly below an- average Kansas crop promises a good yield but frequent mention injuriousinsects The spring wheat belt has cut fered from a severe drouth which was partially broken at the close of May and during Cm days of June In those sections where rain fell the pnospecthasinmproveda but the damage to mu hof the crop was past recovery In the unrelieved sections the prospect is 4very gloomy Over large areas of North and South Dakota and MmL1nesota the crop is reported as turn ing color and being overrun with weeds ItaWHEAT IN KENTUCKY Tho condition of wheat has de clined from 100 on May 1st to 89 Juno 1st The decline is due mainVly to ravages of Hessian fly al though some damage is attributed to the dry weather prevaUingdur1cling May Some is made of short beadingand wb re growth VWflS rank it is badly lodged and tangled It is estimated that 17 per cent of the acreage has tees injured by Hessiuu lly coitniVrime condition of corn crop averages 93 per cent in June Much of it is uneven on account of dams age from cut worms but the culti vation is good and the Iae plant ing is coming forward nicely The acreage is large the esti mate being 103 as compared with acreage of last year OATS tThe condition of oat crop June 1st was 91 compared with average years The dry weather has prevented much growth but the copious a rains at close of month may be expected to remedy this VlmnMiAcreage of hemp is 90 compared with 1899 Little information in regard to condition is available TOBACCO The weather has favored the proposed large acreage of tobacco Seventythree per cent of crop was set prior to June 1st which is much more than the normal amount The plants though small are start ing nicely and prospect is very jbright at the inception of the sea son PASTURES AND MEADOWS Pastures and meadow were un favorably affected by the dry season 1 in May and it is feared that recoeryTheand meadows 91 as compared with average years VV WOOL curVVThe wool clip is 98 per cent of Vthe clip of 1899 The price though showing a recent decline is still a satisfactory figure the average forIgood clean wool being 23 cents per 4pound f FRUIT PBOSPECTS There has been a sharp falling tj off in prospect for apples during the month the decline being from 94 May 1st to 66 on June 1st Peaches show about same c lDdittion The prospect June 1st rForper cent ofan average crop iGrapes 5lJCommissioner of Agriculture J JAMES ROSSAGENT FOR p 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