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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i a TCS i 21 d T I bt tuintllr utIookj I VOL XXI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 28 1900 7 NO 49 3 0 IYFE3 AEIc r i1csiiir cIn order to reduce my stock of I will during the month of June offer these goods at greatly reduced prices I also have a large stock of LADIES and MISSES SLIPPERS at prices that will close them out this month Come in and see them before you buy ITERMS CASH JAMES GIUL 0N MAIN ST WINGSVILLE KY When you have n news Item or wish to communi cate with THE OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 5 The corn and earlyset tobacco 1 e ate growing nicely r For a stylish turnout 01 any dcs crlpUon go to48 q TATTIRSOX CArLEmu I A heavy but brief rain Saturday s Just before dusk was a great help to vegetationtGeorge Jackson sold to Espy II eI Goodpaster a gootj threeyearold saddle mare for 80 4j E C PKRRT Dentist located over JM Rlcharts store Office c thours8tol2au3ltO5pflJohn W Dawson sold to John L Vice three 855lb fat heifers at 4c n and a premium of 1 per head e 4 rho rain is very partial some t localities having plenty while oth ers are suffering from want of it Get prices on the Champion 44 Mowers and Malta Double Shovel Plows nnd Cultivators at Eugene t SlinihanB 41tf The Mt Sterling Dancing Club gave their annual hop Tuesday ev ening Several from here attended John L Yice of near Wyoming 4 chipped U carload of butchers cat tie to the Cincinnati market Saturday i in The wheat threshers are starting i1outearlier than usual the hurry b being caused ly the merchant flouring mills being out of grain Foil REST Pasture good fencet and lasting water Field and her land Yearlings 50c cattle SO cents per beadSROES RUN IKON Cos r In spte of the numerous warn inps the newspapers every few dsyf l tntnfn nir fjfimo i inCjpni Vhcd by rating calibHgeon 1 whJchpiiris green had been u ed to r kill worxuPIDupee Flood son of Jhe l1c S Squire Thos H Flood died Mnn day afternoon of brain trouble re S suiting from nn attack of measles m thi home of Win Traylor with whom be was living near Betlitit D N Young has finlshctl hi 1 coldstorage warehouse and by I I I Thursday or Friday he expccttow have It supplied with Armour Cos beef which ho will lell and deliver to bis customers FoKllENT Good blue grass and i timothy pasture with plenty last ing water Calves and yearlings SO cti per month cattle 150 per 4L month horses arid mules 175 I Apply to foreman at the mines ROSE Rvx IBOS Co rz Last Thursday Jacob Warner tj lbt a valuable mule which ate some wlwat and died in a short tlaae lieg I1T WM workiag a pair of of them a f celf blnder cutting his wheat andZ whie b was fixing the machine I t the Bitle ate the wheatrA waterspout Monday afternoon washed hill land in the Reynolds yule neighborhood and seriously damaged crops The branches over p j z flowed their banks the water beingt knee deep to a horse on the Only a narrow section was affected d CtosiKaOtrrjiTABABGiiif The stock of Furniture belonging to the estate ot C H Hoon The under l taking department Is complete Goods alt firstclass and at prices to suit The undersigned manager C will at all time strive to render t strictly firstclass and modern ser vices when called upon Calls an swered day or night r J L HESS Funeral Director aad Eebalmer ca JJLACT Executor r I IB honor of the hop Thursday F night James Lanes saloon kept a I free spread consisting of baked C 3 15goose boiled ham ealad bakers I bread pickles etc t DN Tousgs ealooa set dut 1 boiled feaffl bakers bread new toj aatdwTadifi4es and pickles sl jiS FLOWEES la addition to the vi rj large space under glass for ii the growing of towers Honaker Ai the Florist of Lexington is pre faring to build a 2500 greenhouse j J rfor raising American Beauty roses i alone it being the largest structure of the kind in the South The firm biI iocs aa iaamense cutflower busi ete and sells a great many in this section s t MARRIED Mies Era Teal of- Dadevillei Mo who was recently oat here OR a visit to Mrs Semi I Jackeen writes to her friends that she sot only arrived at home safe ly but was wedded on June 13th to Mr Howard Patterson The bridal couple are slaying at Wr 4 Pattersons hose until they get preparations completed for going i to housekeeping d r iS a IL PSJ A rt 9ed t1V MENSAND BOYS CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS ETGX rl TUE llorLct puritans and zealous reformers decry it as they willand it is not to be said hero but that like every good thing in tho world it is sadly abused the fact remains that the ball the hop the dance the puncheonfloor shin dig whatever form it may take and whatever you may choose to cull it is ot once the ripe fruition of the social instinct and the pinnacle pon tho climax of social diver ions whether among the elect quality or among the doos whether Indulged in by the upper en or by the lower ton thousand by the four hundred or by tho four million Some of you old codgers and young codgerFj too for that matter may have been endowed by gra ious nature with varied gifts and talents intclleck dices get thercativoness or assorted cussed essand yet denied more than the grace of the tailheavy kanga roo or of the dancing bear in mat ers terpsichorcan but for all that when there la a sound ot revelry by night and bright lights shine over fair women and brave men when the festal hull is a brilliant human kaleidoscope of entrancing beauty and dainty femininity ex hales the fragrance of a great floral conservatory when the rosinpro moted friction of horsehair on cat gut evokes a thrilling concord of sweet sounds that sets the heart toFthumping a tattoo and the blood to urging it is a plenty to start a legless man to doing dancing feats his fancy and the onlooking kangaroograced one must perforce try us PAS DE SCCL on the outside even if he is shot for it Oh its good to be young and ay with the wilt und the chance o play the game of love looking love to eyes that speak again while threading the nittzy amid festive and halls of dazzling light ir as Cousin Richnrd Swsvoller would say Then again its not f bad to ed the weight of sobering years titl etill iJUufl itd jndv ilulgrnce at the youthful and mer ryhearted throng innocently going t while theyre young und laying tip n store of pleasant memories against the time when theyll be- old they cant go it at all Li JtUKESSE NA QCCJf TEUPS and the tender grace of the days hat are dead will never come back to them VIVE LA JECNKSSK I gPliwatson phwen his woifcs u widdy as Paddy said Pshaw you old curmudgeons aint half as puritanical and severe n your hearts as you arrant hyp ocrites that you aropretends Confess now when the pretty girls arrive and flit around like gayplu ranged birds their merry laughter pealing out like a chime of silver bells and the band begins to tune up that your old agedried mummy of a heart begins to hum it may be in some foreign Ian uage for dirguise HABBA CM CAUDO TIEltPO EM XL VIEJO PUEBLO STANQCUEI These more or less congruvial lead up to the subject of the hop given at the Courthouse last Thursday night by tim young men composing the Owingsville Dancing Club The boys did them proud and amply sustained he splendid reputation they have earned throughout the years in providing entertainments at which the beauty and chivalry of this section of the State suet to tilt ancesin social tournament with neer a defeat perhaps but where all were victors over dull care which was bid Begone and stand not on the order of your going The floor of the hall was waxed and neatly carpeted with muslin over which the dainty tread 61 eautys feet was as light as the hearts that throbbed with the live iest pleasure in heaving bosoms to Ihe inspiring strains of Sextons jexington Orchestra of eight pieces From the grand walk round iu the early hours of the ivening until jocund day stood tiptoe on the eastern mountain tops joy was unchecked and the time passed so happily that the re rret was universal that Old Sol tad not lost his way in the mists far below the horizon and been delayed a few hours behind schedule time Not a thing happened to mar the occasion in the slightest The myateriesoffemininondornmentaretoo to attempt to detail a description of the ladies toilettes It must suffice to say that all the ladies were at their sweetest and cos tumed their handsomest Most of the young gentlemen were arrayed in full dress suits The Iadies presont were Flemlngsburg Mlues Lillian Armstrong Sophia Amos CoYlngtoa Miss Rebecca Ashton GothrleOT Miss Amy Brooks Bnarpsburg Misses Jfnnnle and Minnie Halls S5Sk 5S Muysvlllo JIIss Hnddlo January Mt terIIng- Misses Fnnnle Tipton Mary limiter Johnson MntttoTauh Corlnnt Klrkpatrlck Alico Anderson Lynda Crooks Mary Woodford Carolyn Held Lexington Misses Edith Cohen Mary Patterson Mrs Emniitt Krntumu Olympian Springs Miss Snuffle Emory Owlnesvllle Misses Leonora Peters Daisy HazelrlgR Emily Brother Lorena Perryf Edrn Peters Lillian Daugherty Mary Gudgell Anna Peters The visiting young gentlemen were Mt Sterling Charley Lindsay Lawless Gatewood John Gatewood Turner Pitman John Roberts Charley Klrkpatrick Walker Held Will Tipton Harry Miller Charley llnzclrlsg Roger liarnes Woodgon Tntill t Reese Owlngs Matt Gay Ilamscy Joshua Owlngs Toni Fox Phelps Tyler James Fench Bharpsburg Foster Parks Will FcautEspy Donaldson John Bnscom Hudson Rutherford Elgin Sharp Will Saunders Cbnrlc iiasoaicFiemlngsburgfWill Pratuer West Point N Y Joseph Taulbce Suit LickeNorth Mhlclletown Roy and Tom ilcCruy lat Creek GcorgoG nnd J Carroll HamiltonBMrand Mrs F Mark The chaperones were Mr and Mrs E H Good pastor qMrDr and Mrs J iLTaulbeeaMr anti Mrs C During the intermission the foliowing gave delightful lunches Mrs E U Goodpaster whose guests were J Carroll Hamilton and Miss Mary iVo ford Oscar Hrothcr and Miss Hn ie January Hughes Atkinsinmid is8 Carolynhi Heid George Hauiil Leonora IeteskMis rise thc fccvi GoOOpnj intt Ali t Corinnc Kirkpntrick e humpr ton and Miss Muttie Brother i Miss Huntor Johnson n Pete tnd iliss Lorena Iero ir ilice Miss llettit vioso guests were Conner IVL5 nnd Miss Edith Cohen Ellis Byron und Miss Lirs Lettnn Miss Lillian Daugherty whose uests were Clyde Byron and Miss ophie Amos Clark Patterson and Miss Lillian Armstrong Dr Hurry Dudley and Miss Amy Brooks Roy McUrny Vhelps Tyler Mr and Mrs N R Patterson whose guests were W Ray latter on and Miss Rebecca Ashton Ed L Byron and Miss Mary Patterson Mrs Fannie Goodpaster MAD tOW A aispatcU tram Richmond says a cow with rabies attacked Judge Bob Riddell and party of friends but she was kept by hard fighting and finally killed No doubt the genial Judge ran better than that racehorse of a friends he used to tell about that always got beat just before he won tho rnco l HOUSE PinvrAt their hand some home Cliff Cottage near ower Slate bridge Mr and Mrs Joseph Spencer entertained in a oval manner u house party com posed of the followingyoung ladle everal days last week Misses Louise Gudgell May Stout Julia Elliott May Shrout Alice Miller Lottie Atchison Amanda and Mar C Lewis Maude Coyle Willie Ly abs and Carroll Leer in Fridav night Mr and Mrs Spencers twfl bright little sons Masters Buforq and Robert gave a party at which the following young gentlemen in addition to the other guests wore present Masters Scott Goodpaster Marion McIntyre Sanford Brooks Fouett Byron Will Ruby Hazelrigg Conner Lyons Joe Conner Th chaperones were Misses Emma jewis of Ewington and Bortie Gault of Owingsville J DIED Only week before list Rev Win Crow held a meeting at the Presbyterian Church here He died at his home at Richmond June 21st of brain paralysis A dispatch says he had been sick several weeks That is evidently a mistakethougb ho may have taken sick after be left here June 13th Deceased was born in Fleming Co in 1830 His brother Squire F M Crow used to come regularly to this town The deceased was graduated at Centre College Danville in 1857 He served in the Presbyterian ministry at various Central Kentucky churches but of recent years was engaged mostly in evangelical work in Southern Kentucky His wife and seven children survive Rev Wm Crow of Frankfurt Dr Mc Pherran Crow of Versailles Prof Robert Crow of Danville Va Mrs C G Crooke and Misses Ruth Lu cy Letitia and Bessie Crow of Richmond vWe do best Job Work KILLED HIMSELF Joseph II Kichart received n letter dated Juno 17th from Clark McClnin of Macks Creek Missouri giving the sad intelligence that the latter son and formers grandson Charley McClain had committed suicide The letter was very brief and gave no particulars except that he went nine or ten miles from home to do the not anti his body was not found for two days Mr Richart replied asking for moro details Charley was a popular young man here where he was partly rear dantl hii death is lamented by many friends ST JOHNS FESTIVAL On Satur day the Freemasons held their an nual banquet in honor of St John the Evangelist The bountiful leash was prepared by the wives and daughters of the members of Bath Lodge No 55 F k A Mand spread with tasteful skill at the Court house The members met at their hall and after transacting some business marched to the banquet room where they partook of the good things Speechmaking con the banquet then they ro- ormed and marched back to the hall and dispersed Good music accompanied the feasting After the members retired from the tablo very one wits invited to partake and there was an abundance for all LOUISVILLE TODACCO MARKET y George U Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CoJunc 23 1900 While the market is not uotably lower on tobacco this week has not been quite so strong on- ccount of the large offerings on Wednesday und Thursdayamotint ng to 1058 hhtpon WedncsUnytbc greater portiin of which was Burlley tohaccn rcdried There an easier feeling in the low grades as some of tlieinannfaetincrsAvere not b g anxious for these soris as they itve been for the pnst two weeks r tiosi to finctleaf nnd lugs in saf keepingorder wire very strong etiyqiis Frl Lit iiif iV5v i Mtisrtiutnry to hnlders llepiHt t rni the emintry nerMHy uret1iri the growing eroS is looking welt- SPECIAL RATES For Chaiitou qua and Specinl train tervic July 4th On account of the Lexington Chnutauqiia Assembly the Chesa peake and Ohio Railway will sell roundtrip tickets to Lexington ut low rates from all stations between Brighton und Ashland Ky inclu sive from Juno 25th to July Gtb limited to return until July 8thtOn July 4th an especially attrac tive and interesting program has been arranged fur the entire day At night a celebrated magician will exhibit wonderful feats of magic n tribe of native Africans will sing and dance in their native costumes and the evening entertainment will close with a large number of vita graph moving pictures of scenes iu the late Boer war To enable every one to spend the entire day in Lexington a Special train will leave Lexington at 1080 p ro for Winchester Mt Sterling and intermediate points Make your arrangements to visit Lexing ton on the Fourth of July EVOLUTION OF WORD AND EXPRES SIONS Perhaps degeneracy would better express the changes that a respectable word has undergone so that in its corrupt form it has a totally different moaning from itt original Onary or as it is gen emIly written by those who dont recognize its derivation Onery is an expressive word very current in Kentucky and has arrived at itt present shape through a natural process of colloquial elision of out letter after another that all spo ken languages are more or less sub ject to To say of a person He is an onary man at once conveys the impression to the mind of the hear er that the person speaking thinks the person spoken of is a trifling morally worthless follow Yet the original form He is an ordinary man only expressed the speakers opinion that the person was not be yond average ability The ulti mate change of meaning came about through the impression the changed form of the word and tho tone of the speaker conveyed to the hearer the latter not recognizing the altered word It can be illus trated thus He is an ordinary man 1110 is an ordnary man He is an ornary man He is an ouary man In the last form of the word the pronunciation of tho initial vowel has been changed from that of aw to the short o sound as in dot byi the more cultivated speakers siinf ply because they havent recognized the word in its corrupted form Many educated persons no doubit look upon the word nary is generally written as a disrepu table colloquialism but it has a very respectable genealogy as may be seen thus There was never a one There was neer a one There was nary otto PERSONAL John Stout went td Winchester Saturday LexingtonMonday Will McKinnevan spent Sunday in Rowan Co with friends Lambert Morris of Mt Sterling was in town several days last week Leslie Payne and Arthur BlevinP of Stepstone were in town Satur tiny Capt W G Dearing of Flew ingshurg WItS hero on business SaturdayMiss Colic of Lexington arrived Thursday to visit Miss Bet tie Peters Mrs Ida Elliott and children visited friends in Mt Sterling last ThursdayMrs Templcmnn and Mrs Annie Day of near Wyoming were visitors here Monday Orla C Harris and E Stanton FlemlngsburgMonday Mrs C P Mann and children left Thursday morning for a week or ten days visit to relatives at CarlisleWill Stout Jouett Byron and Will Lightfoot were visitors at W L Wades in Montgomery Co SundayTom JoffJones of Cynthianawns he guest of Judge John A Daugh erty last week from Thursday till Saturday Miss May Ivincaid returned Mon day afternoon after several weeks t Miss Anna Lee Wood at lita1giiVhlM Ernest Goriiam of Millers vi3 a guest of her mother V i Warner from Friday tin iv juyIitirs rdiiy afternoon front a visit at the s j MHhrr t8eT Kc ctn at MHIersluirg M ss Ct rnne Kirkpatrct retnn linc to Mt Sterling Monday panted by Misses Lorena Per st Emily Brother V Minnie Shrout of Beckner vi T rk Co is the pleasant guest nor cousin Miss Lillie M Spent r if Sunny Side yilf Jlay Hensloy who hail been i visiting her cousin Mrs Alex Con nor for sonic time returned home o Winchester Saturday G A Peed and James M Rich art of town and John W Corbin of Reynoldsville arc selling tobac co on the Louisville market this weekMisses Emma Amanda and Mary C Lewis of near Ewington were guests of Mrs Joseph Spen cer near town from Friday until SundayWoodson Taulbco of Mt Stem ling and Joe Tnulbee a cadet at West Point N Y were guests of Dr and Mrs J H Taulbco Thurs day and Friday Charley Cannon and Miss Flor ence Gorham of Millersburg were guests of Jacob Warner and family and Mrs Lou Warner and family from Friday till Monday Editor Jo Redden ot the Mt Sterling Advocate and son Jacob a sprightly 12yearold who is a general dealer in fruits were social callers at TOE OUTLOOK office Sat urdayMr and Mrs Almanza Byrd and Miss Mary Gillaspie all of Mont gomery Co were guests of the family of Mr and Mrs Wm Hart on Roes Run from Saturday till MondayMrs Chas Leer and daughter Miss Carroll of near Paris after a visit of two weeks with her brother and sister Col Henry H and Miss Dosdemona Ewing hoar town loft for home Wednesday Mrs C R Brooks and son Frank Allen left Sunday for Mt Sterling and thence Monday for their home at Guthrie Oklahoma Her daugh ter Miss Amy and son Santford will spend the summer here Mrs Kittle Lyons daughter Willie and son George Ewing loft Wednesday for their home at Sur goinsville Tonn after a months visit with her uncle and aunt Col Elcnry Hand Miss Dcsdemonu Eying r E L Byron left Wednesday aM tcrnoon for Falmouth where hel will act as best man rft the wedding of John McGinetyAtho attorney end Miss Maude Mullins Thursday Ed will be absent two or three days Mr and Mrs W P Conner Jr returned last week from a stay of two weeks ut S J Fearing Te cumseh Ala They report Mrs Mary Conner as improving from her sickness and expecting to re turn home as soon as she recovers Covingtonafter u several days visit to Mrs N R Patterson Mrs Walter Harper and Miss Alico Anderson of Mt Sterling wore hero last week guests of the families of R B Brother Mrs Eliza Duwson and Julia Dhwson Colonel Gatowood nd Miss Nel lie Sherley Notta Tabb and Miss Minnie McCormick James Jones and Miss Mamie Tipton Mat Ty ler and Miss Linda Crooks all of Mt Sterling were visitors here SundayThe following came to attend the hop and to visit friends Misses Sophia Amos and Lillian Arm strong of Flerningsburg with Miss Lillian Datmherty Miss Fannie Tipton of Alt Sterling with Miss Emily Brother Misses Corinne Kirkpatrick Mattie Tahb and Ma ry Hunter Johnson of Mt Ster ling with Miss Lorena Perry Miss 03 Mary Wnodford and Cnrnlvn- Reid of Alt Sterling Haddic Jan uary of Maysville with Mrs E H Goodpaster Miss Ltira Letton of Millersbtirg with Miss Daisy II n zclrigg Miss Alice Anderson of Mt Sterling with Mrs Robert B Brother Miss Eolith Cohen of Lex ington with Miss Bottle Peters Miss Nannie Emory of Olympian Springs with Mrs Minot Davis FOOD AIIULTEKATIONS Kentucky Experiment Station of the State College at Lexirgton hits issued bulletin Io 85 on the In spection and Analysis of Foods under the State Pure Food law Tho bulletin will be interesting to every reader for it treats of n sub ject that directly affects every per son in the State in the highly im portant matter of t jurity and wholesomeness of f The collection nr alyzing of the samples of food iucts wore iot commenced by ation until Wa months after v went into ettect so as to gi vporttinity to manufacturers artl Iculers to com j5ij with tfrennfr v In 1898 the sr a collected from different po5u samples which on analysis fi v i 123 to be adulterated and li In 1890 out of 488 samples were found adulterated and 321 v or total 290 adulterated und io7 not It is but proper to say as the analytical tables show that in some instances the adulterations only technical under the provis ions of the law and is not a sophis tication with intent to defraud consumers by the addition of harm ful or inert substances For in stance out of 5G samples of baking powder 45 are reported ns adul terated some because they were not labeled us to their composition of alum or aluminium sulphate and ammonia whereas there is a ques tion as to the harmfulness of alumt und ammonia baking powders sample contained 277 per cent of white clay or terra albaiOf tho butter 147 samples were not what they were labeled to be The adultera tions were usually oleomargarine colored with dyes obtained from coalSix samples all examined of canned fruits and vegetables were found not adulterated 20 of flour the same Out of 57 of pickles tomato eat sups etc 45 were considered adul terated because they contained nn antiseptic either bcnzoic or sali cylic acid to preserve them and several were artificially colored Of coffee 1 out of 3 was nut what it should have been Of jellies and preserves 18 OUtS of 23 were wrong either containing glucose or antiseptics or both and besides one sort of fruit jelly pass ing for another Of lard 11 out of 40 were adul teratedOf all 7 contained antisepticsOf popper etc 11 out ol 14 were grossly adulterated Of syrups sugar and honey 9 out of 50 and of vinegar 59 out of 126 wore not what they passed for Every housekeeper should send for a copy of the bulletin It con tains valuable informatioti and by giving the names of the makers both of the pure and the adulter ated articles it affords an indication of the brands worthy of patronage C O RAILWAY TIMEGAUD EFFECTIVE our IWJ Express Trains for LouUvlIlu Lexington Cincinnati Washington New York and Eastern Cities Tixc or TKAINU AT IRKSTON STATION EAST BOUD oiNo22123 pm m No24i0Xipiuw1sTU00D NuI 557am No + 114 PIIIJ- No S3 319 jini tDally except Sunday All others dally For Information regarding rates sleep leg cite reservations call on or oddrest Agent CO Railway Frosfon Station OWBAIUSKYC BKYAX DPA AsstGPL Lexington Ky Cincinnati O SS I EUGENE MINIHANMANUFACTURER O- FFirstClass Handmade Saddles and HartiesS AT TILE LOWEST PRICES ONE SET OF MY HANDMADE BUGGY HARNESS Will wear longer titan two sets of other rnjikcs tfhej are safer td use and look hotter Tiiorc is no saddle that compares with mySKENTUCKY SPRING SABBUBS What you pay tom Saddles Is not as Inipoflant as what you get Tor your money Quality reputation material workmanship is hatjvon get my Saddles every tune Mail orders for saddles prompt ly filled Largest stock of BUGGY WHIPS anti DUSTERS at aSvery low price Come anti Ret my prices EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KY I jS SAML P ATCHISONSS DRUGGIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCOS GiGARS EtU c Paon DeDODSSUCCESSORS TO PAXTON SON UNDERTAKERS and dealers in- FURNITURE MASONIC BLBG OWINGSVIL5L51S PALMER COONSU1T SUCCESSORS TO LfGHTFOQT SH30UT WILL DO YOUR BLACKSftilTHIftlC AND REPAIRING AT R0CKBTTM PRICES tI1 Work Guaranteed Give Them a Call ELML T1 BYRON 25 Easy 5 Years I GOOD FOR CASH I j ALUUINUU LARGELY A FAILCKE When scientists enter the domain of prophecy they sometimes miss it like prophets Prom the time of he discovery or isolation of alum inum or aluminium by Vohler in 1828 and its by him n 1840 and the in 1855 by Dcville of a irocees fur manu factoring it on a commercial scale chemists have believed that it only required a relative to snake it a superior substitute for iron copper and other metals even silver for many utilitarian pur poses When in recent years tile use of electricity in reducing the metal front certain forms of its ores brought the cost down within the widheilfor limit it looked like the of the chemists would he fulfilled for its manufac tore into an infinite variety of trinkets and utensils was entered upon Its light weight being only a little over two stud u half times rts heavy as water Us beautiful blu ishwhite color to n high polish ductility und hard ness each nearly equal to iron non in ordinary at mosphere its high luat antI all seemed to make it the ideal metal and is probable substitute for both wood timid metals in the arts and manu factures Within the past five years different have put on the market a vast variety of aluminum articles is the list full in novelties und house hold und kitchen utensils nearly that had been usually made in iron copper brass and tin is now to be hud in the light strong und beautiful aluminum But use gives the test and it is found that pure aluminum hits frailties by the chew ists For instance that metal lint the peculiar property of causing the of the alkaline suits in solution in hard water An aluminum water bucket will cause the lime salts to settle out of well water but those salts rend on the aluminum a little blister riset on it continued use causes tin eating of the lime under thu blister until there is a hole in the bucket the aluminum having and quickly at that rutted out Any of the alkaline piitatanee such soda soap and ani moniu attack it similarly Again sugar In solution or syrup attack j ARE DEALERS IN addles BU6GYWAGON i HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS j- Wagol7s axct Farh Ixxp1emetts Machines Payments Guaranteed DISCOUNT REFRIGERATORS ICECREAM FREEZERS 54Jreexamination perfecting cheapness prophecies suseeptbility corrosiveness conductivity electricity manufacturers Especially everything unsuspected precipitation practically ascooking Handmade HARNESS the metal the same way also acid i such as that of lemons and limes In fact the aluminum vessel is not a safe storage vessel far Ordinary foods When used for cooking of eating out of it should be cleaned thoroughly before setting away else the beautifully polished spoons 7 cups bowls plates and otllerware9Uwill quickly show tiny blisters thatUcover an aluminum rust which eats holes in days where the rustofiron or canker of copper and brass would not penetrate la vessels of those metals in years Therefore an experience with several different kinds of household wares warrant the conclusion that commerciallyS puro aluminum utensils are posi tively inferior to the same wares irt iron copper brass and tinned sheet iron or steel CnAGNCEY J0KEIn the course of his speech seconding the miami nation of Guy Hoosevelt Senator Depew told the following story at the expense of Mr Bryan There was a lady with her bus band in Florida last winter lie was a consumptive and she strenuous und tumultuous woman Her one remark was us they ant on the pi i azza Stop coughing lohn John hut a hemorrhage The doctor said he must stay in bed six weeks His tumultuous wife Suid tear it is impossible we are traveling on a time limited ticket and we have got several more places to go to So sIze carried him olF The SS next station they got to the pout wan died and the sympathetic ho tel proprietor said Poor madame what shall we do She said Box him up I have got a time limited ticket und several more places to giSSNOW we buried IS to 1 in 189ff- We put a monument over it weigh ing as many torts as the Sierra Ne vada when gold wait put into the statutes by H Republican Congress and the signature of WII MeKin Icy Col Bryan has been a body snatcher He has got the corpse out from under the monument but it is dead He has got it in his cotlin carrying it along ns did the bereaved widow because he saysr I must 1 must I a rag wedded toSthis body of sin and d iti I must I must because I have of time ticket which expires in November tSubscribe for THE OTJTLQOK 4 4 7 U ty t- hi I i i Hf OWlnosvIII6 ODUOOK 1 OCTUJOIC rDBUSHlNa CO 1ubllshrr IQWNGVIT4LE KENTUCKY WINNERS AND LOSERS The man who quits ct the first rebuff Is one of the men who fat And the man who deems three efforts eroucli Is one of the men nlio fait 1 Thf man who believes dcirn in his hurl t p That he never was born to sway- S Or to CO tt the front In a leading rtft ro rle ocr the crowd tome day Is one of the mm who fall 4 The nan wro labors but fcrhlnuc f Is one of the mm who fill J o matter haw vast Ma piles cf pelf He It orf of the mm who fait The man wh9 has revcrcnJoynS the thrill J That lows a UUdn cliovrn Has nivtr wen and he ntver vlll Though the earth wcr all hto own weuM still be doomed to talt 1HeTie ran who never cvc up Is one Of the iuc mn that win Who bclieN that his best has never bccr done la one of the mn that win The man who has faith IB hlmtcjf and stands t ForevEr rrady to try fi Whatever mtn do with head cr with M hands Will be numbered by and by- As one of tlc men that win i The man ho praia wherever he can Is one of the mm that wlu Who raUea the hope cl his fellow man 1aoneothementhntitt mnnnmnay alone I And die at the foot of the till I Rut If he has loved and If tit has known What a rhlds love li he cll- Is4 I one of the men that win S E Klscr In Chieago TlmesHeralJ I 4 r wI i r 4 i A tSrrp story LArny Life in TV i4incS oryncbt IM by F Tnnyn Netljrl CHAPTKR XVI foxTixtca- AH along tbe line from right to left o there ran the rrojsfountry road on fleeting the broader highway from Ma s sate to San Rafael and Iaranaijue on the west nUll from Paco by way of Sin S galon to Pnsay In front of the right wing nil was swamp morux or rirc fields In front of the left wing all was 4 doc dense bamboo nUll jungle tan where the broad straight roadway led on past Block House in or the narrow l er cart track stretched south ward ocr arched In places by spreading branches r dmind commanded at its narrowest path 0 ty the warm of dusky lighters ih 1 ISlock House 14 A year before tin blue 4 t tbirts fctormrd these forest strongholds r from the south and took them from the Sj troops of Spain Sow they were tOm dpclledto turn and storm them from S north for just as Stanley Armstrong jiaidat San Francitco the Filipinos had I turned upon their ally and wouldbe I friend Aguinaldo had bearded Uncle Sam 1 1nd while the volunteers and regu t Lara to tIme right could only remain in support it fell to the lot of the left f wing of this brave brigade to assault in J = l upst rnblc position on enemy 0 igaz1re r flexor breecl rely at home The i eiRnl the officers in 11 0ok thinr station and stepping c into the narrow pathways through the jungle crouching along the roadways or crashing through the stiff bamboo the blue thirts drove ahead Two three minutes nnd their purpose seemed un discovered Then suddenly Clock House 14 blazed with lire and a storm of bul lets swept the road TIle earthworks in t the thicket to the right nnd left teemed to be crowded with a running flame and mr dwn oti their fact fell the foremost Icoldiers their gallant leader shot through and through plunging head s f long yet in his dying agony waving his iI surviving bell to get toccvcr Verge I fully now the Kragf opened in reply f to Remington and Mauser Time blue I bbirts struggled inch by inch through P mr E L the network cf bamboo Still the fctorm swept up the roadway dud ro a i man could hope to face it and live Rut e little by little the lowaimed steady hvolicyc driven in by squad and section through the cancbreak or by company and platoon across the westward swamps told on tbe nerve mind disci pline of the little brown men in the I bamboo Their shots flew swift but wild and higher Then a daring lad in 7 T the rough field uniform of a subaltern of infantry sprang like a cat into the fireflashing lane and revolver in hand nnd a squad of devoted fellows at his heels dashed straight at the wooden q walls ahead In frantic haste the oc 4 s uJlonhimanother three went down but in an other instant the lieutenant leading they reached the block house and dart ed through tbe open doorway the last 4 of its garrison fleeing before such un lieardof daring and determination VAdthen came the rush of comrades cheering down time lane tumbling over the earthworks and the luckless gang that still crouching there held to their position and all time southward leading s road was ours But over along the next lane a I J hirallel track through the timber there bad been as stern a check and the fury of the fire from the trenches In the thickets forced brave men to rover and dropped others in their tracks 9hyGodwemtisthavejtal most screamed a tall captain pointing with his sword to tbe flashing block I half hidden in the trees Hear Ythosefellows on tbe other road Dont let them beat us Come on lads and rtmui he darted into the open an instant Z z target for a score of Mausers Out too 3 leaped half n dozen men one a tall lithe superbly built young athlete with a face aflame with resolution and sage of battle Out leaped Billy Gray v 1 from the corner of the crossroad and cheering madly called on others to follow Down went the captain shot I through the knee Down went the near Sf most man the tall youth who was first to follow Down went a brawny ser 0i 4 geant who bad stopped to raise his fallen captain but on swept a score of others while the bamboos blazed with the fierce volleying of the Krags For c3 Iward In scores now yelling like A1rJF Apaches rushed tbe regulars and somehow be never just knew how it s happened Gray found bmselfa moment later straddling an old field gun in a whirl of dust and dirt and smoke 7andcheers was coi cious of something ritretand warm streamiogdown his side l and of being tenderly lifted from his perch by brawny bluesleeved arms r given a sip from a canteen and then halfled halfsupported back to where byeyoung on the last dew was settling on whose l One clearcut face the shadow of the t death angels wings was already traced The poor fellows eyes opened freuUf p bfi sipped t simulant ht 4 I se L pressed upon him by eager ympaihct ic hand and glancedtlnwly about at though in naich ofsunu familiar farr anti o they fell on those of Hilh niy who forgot fill for time JnOl1lelitof his own hurt threw liini rH by time denim gers Mile and Micd liis iliimnv band A half Miiile tlitted over the pa lo fare tbe other band groped at time lrcit of his blue shirt and slowly drew forth a packet stained and dripping with tbo blood that welled slowly from a shot bole in time broad white hrcntl live to lien Urayton Promise be gasprd and pti liid it painfully toward Hilly ray Then tilt brave eyes cloMd time weary bend fell baek nnd tray staring as tliouph in stupefaction into the placid fart found liinifdf drooping too growing dizzy mill faint and red ing limit still holding on to him trust Dont some of you know him rskcml t lie surgeon llrs pnst helping now poor lad Here yen drink this 11mw1 be placed a little sihereup at Jrays pnllid lips lie catui arunnin ft ama oer nt Block OHM li with a note from di vision hradquartrrs ju t sis w e went in faid a etoran sergeant drawing the Iiark of n retained band ncros bin dripping forehead then ic sprctfnlly stepping bark is a your of lillr lorrot down ned glolrtl ot rny Miicli hurt hillyil man Xo Thank Jed for that Look lit who Whore Wby rl in Heiv n itV Pat lntrobe Oh Pat Pal l dear eld boy has it come to this ChIh lEi XVII In the fortnight of iriCfsant action that followed the mad attack of that starlit Sunday morning there wns no place for Hilly Cray Sorely wourdcd ytt rnvird by irary a illow soiikr for the glowing wortfs in which the hrigndr fomiiinnilrr praisfd lis itirduct mal Iirt d his hrrtct time boy Iud been rarriid liatk to tbe great reserve hoi pital at Alalatc TIll brcrzy wards wrre lilYd vitb iel nd uourOrd anti certain of tin rooms of the od eon i It otiri used for Mwy and recita omllr1Thnwhiili they lore him arid two were al reaiy ortupiril Kven in his Jain and weakness Ie could baldly suppress a cryof dismay for there uitlm bis arm bandaged and in spirU his face w hilt from less of bmtd lay Stanley Arm strong Time and again tilt boys heart nnd conscience hind rcbukrd him for the estrangement that lout arisen hI- t wen him and this man who lad proved his bot friend Time and again ti had promised himself that be woud strive to win back that friendship limit well lie knew that first he must rein state himself in Armstrongs respect mC how could be hope for that son long lie feiirrenilvrtd to the fascinations that kept him dangling about the dainty skirts of Witthie Garrison Cddly enough the boy bad unruly both ered his head with any thought of what Frank Garritnn might think of his at tentions or devotion whatever they could bo cactl to this tcry captivating and capricious helpmate When a hus baud ito overwhelmed with other Ire cr coiuiOoraticns that be icier liens bi wife from morn tKl night so ciety scents to icrrcspcriingly lose sight of him Down in the depths of his heart the hoy was ashamed of him self He never heard Armstrong men honed that be did not wince He knew and she knew that coming suddenly upon them as Armstrong1 had that trpnicjjight or tleQneeulrIIInt have mrnrip her w input hav realicd that tome cryvtpart or uiuiejslarring existed bclw theta wliich neither Gray nor Mrs IrankVotiiI palliate or explain It lied tot needed that epi sode to tell her that Armstrong held her in contempt and yet when they Give loGea Diialonproals chanced to meet sue could smile up into his eyes ns bcarcinglyas guileless ly cs though no shadow of sin hind ever darkened her winsome face But not to Guy He moaned in secret over the lets of a strong mans confidence and esteem He longed to find a way to win it back He had even thought to go to the colonel with his trouble make U clean breast of it tell him tbe truth that be bad fallen deeply ns it was pos sible for him to fall in love with Amy Lawrence had hoped his love wns re turned had found it was notthat she had only a frank friendly kindly interest in him and that wounded ard stung be bad fretted himself into a fever at Honolulu aided by Cankers aspersions and thenwellany man is thimble said Billy to himself to get smitten with n woman who tenderly and skillfully nurses him a after day and thats just what Witcilie Gar rison did But somehow the opportun ity to tell him never seemed to come and now now that Armstrong urd him self were thus thrown together with the prospect of being in the same room day and night for time best of the month a third ofllcera stranger lay there too and in his presence or hearing any confidences would be impossible even if Armstrong encouraged them which he probably would not In this embarrassment DilIJa wish was that the colo nel were fifty miles away It was fate and a hard one thought lie that brought him there an everpresent re proach It was luck of the worst kind that they should be confronted under such circumstances since neither could retreat lIe submitted in anxious silence to the keen quick examination of the skillful surgeon in charge nod to the redressing of his wound He could have been proud and happy but for that shadow on Ills life of which Armstrongs presence would so con stantly remind him He could not even think how his dear old dragoon daddy would rejoice in the congratulations thatwould surely greet biro when the story of the brave dash of the teenth Billy among the foremost should reach the states He could not even dream how it might affect herAmy Lawrence He was beginning to be ashamed now in this presence to think how that otherhow Margaret Gar rison might be impressed forgetting that to the army girl who has lived long years on the frontier tales of heroism are the rule not the exception He wondered how long it could be be r1ug111mknew that he had been seriously pain fjjlyjvounded JJe dj pot knaff hQTT AM Jl 1f J r 45 4 I t ever tlirt at time very first sound o blue Frost had bundled tin sifter aboard his launch and sUaiwd awa to time transports Yet what comfort could her visit hiring tn him it lIlt that stern censor lying there seeing ant hearing all Billy iniy tbiit Monday night could almost hau wished that Armstrongs slumber might lit eternal never dreaming that before second Monday should eome be would thank hieai with grateful heart for Arm strongs presence vigilance and inter vention In three days the colonel was able to sit up Within time week he was per mitted to take air mill rxercise in till ypueious tKiirt of the old college his word arm in its sling limit Gray and the young ofiiccr of volunteer were too seriously wounded to lent e Ibrir pil lows The teenth hail occupied a new line far south of tilt old one l iitat out time several of Billys brother ofllers hall droppid in to see him and tell him regimental news anti one of them the young WIt Pointer who hail broken down at sight of time dying faee that stirring Sunday morning told him ol Lit rOIes soldier funeral nnd of Gen Dniytcns presence nnd speechless grief anti Billy V hand groped beneath I lie pillow for thnt little blooilstiiiiied packet still undelivered He bad promptly caused the information to lit toni eyed to the veteran commander that it was hiuwn lost nephew who had djcd his soldier dial Ii in front oi tbe tiring line html lie pnrkct still re mained in bis bands and even before the tiny thermometer continued his views time kent eye of tbe surgeon saw that something bad heightened Billys fee ver tlint day anti so ii ben just atsun set there came driving into time court time most stylish equipage in nil Manila anti Mrs Garrison fluttered up time broad stairway confidently nskcii to he announced to Mr Gray time stew ard in charge of the door was very very sorry htmltime doctor had given in structions thnt 10 more ifilnr should see the young gentleman that day Mrs Frank smiled indulgently and asked for the doctor hiiisclf and beamed on him with nil her witchery and beied fcr jut n few words html tho suave placid yet impenetrable doe tor sid he tot un sorry sorry that Mr Gray was not aide to see anyone else hut such wa the eae Mrs Gar rison said she thought if Mr Gray knew that it was but perhaps Dr Frank didnt know it was she who bad jiureed Mr Gray so assiduously at Honolulu Dr Frank did know that mill more but he did not say so neither did bo yield There were tears in her eyes us she sprung into her carriage again but they were tears of singer nnd uncut She dashed them away the very next in stant and smileil joy and congratula tion even adulation at sight of the tall stalwart oflicer his unit in a sling who stood the center of a staring group as her carriage flashed by Sfie would have ordered slop but whiloMie rest of the party bud gazed ns they lifted their calls Armstrongs uninjured hand per formed its duty his cap had been lifted with the others but not so much as a glance went her way nnd Margaret Garrison bitter in spirit drove on dowp past the old ciiHVIel to her luxurious qUlrten where 111 n piteous shadow of the sweet girl truimiate of time ycmm before was awaiting bcreoming With time insurgents retreat and the advance of the American lines there hind been r gradual return ott the refugees among the transports and Frost lund finally brought his bird lie back to shore hut Sin dare not drie she said for fear of again seeing HHISC stern reproachful eyes The guard at the gate had re ceived orders to ulmit no more of the rank and thin even when they clinic as messengers and so the child was safe said Margaret j As for herself she must drive she mnumitsee Will Gray But the inslant she reentcred time bouse Mrs Garrison knew that during her brief absence some new trouble had commit Good heavens could she never leave Nuns side that harm did not be fall her At the bend of the broad flight of stairs stood her brotherinlaw n black frown on his brow Go in and do what you ran for her IK briefly wild t hiouughitshmeti lf glad to know that thmzmIfchlouv would trouble her no more Thnt fellow she gasped You mean meanYcsLat robe killed and buried n whole week ith you told her she cried elineb ing her little hands in impotent wrath YoubrmlcP To Be Continued PRISON BABIES The Little Aewcomrrn Altrnjs Create a IIntter of Kxcltrmcnt In Their Gloomy lilrtliplnce Very few people outside official cir des Know what a large number of im- ides are born every year in tIme infirm aries of prisons amid pcnitentiuric the little people always causing quite flutter of attentiveness and excite ment among female warders and lurid oners alike Of course there is a vast different in prisoners nnd sometimes the per son least attentive to the prison baby is the mother herself but en the oth er band the general body of the wom en prisoners make the most pathetic efforts by means of nil manner cf trifling scraps ned odds nnd ends tJ fabricate articles of wear anti orna tnent for the ontofplacc stranger Quite threefourths of time women volunteer to tend it and it is often ihe care that time most refractory and dif licult ot the prisoners soften and greatly niter by being allowed to do little timings for it indeed it nets throughout like a veritable ray of sunshine among the whole of the poor prisoners who generally manage to get themselves into great good humor by suggesting as volubly ns the prison iiiles will permit fantastic names for the child Within a certain period of their birth these children are taken away from the mother and are tended cisewhcre with the utmost care and hununnityCjncinnatjInqtuirerCaitic spotsinmore interesting ruin anywhere than the grim old castle of the Campbells known in the olden time as Castle Gloom Once visited the castle will never be forgotten It is not only beau tiful for situation adding might to the majesty of time everlasting hills but It abounds with weird traditions that give the added charm of romance To visit the glen by moonlight anti to see the bare walls of tbe castle gleaming white through the trees is to be filled with a mysterious feeling of awe that is in tensified bythie rushing of the water In the deep black chasms beneath It U u scene to uplift the sotiia glimpse of nature in her wildest amId most im pressive moodand it is not surpris ing that every year an increasing num ber of visitors find their way to this most beautiful part of time Ochils Scottish American Would Ward Off Witter Time FhyslcianYoti have a coat on your tongue The Colonel I sincerely hope it h a ackllt1 lhu la Qn Jvtnp1- I A OF DIVINE ORIGIN Dr Talmages Reasons for His Be lief in the Scriptures s lime Ciiutl Arroiiii U lieil In time World n nn Kvlilrmr An Aiimvrr to Kwi tlrli iii rrciplicclr- Kiilllllril Copyright by louU Klnpsch III time great conflict now raging in Kuvri a in this ountry between Christianity nnd agnosticism Dr Tal inage has taken a dvcidril stand nail in this scrmon diclarts his unwavering belief in tin divine origin of the Scrip tUft tot Matthew iII Do men gather grapes of thorns Not hi this country Not in any country Thorns stink thorns lacer ate limit nil the thorns put together never yielded tame cluster of Catawba or Uiibtlln grapes Christ who was the minister of apt and potent illustra tion is thus Mtting forth what you and I well know that you rannot get that which is pleasant and hralthfui end good from thnt which is bad If you tind t round large beautiful elus ter of grapes you know that it was produced by a good grapevine and not from a tangle of Canada thistle Now if can show you that this holy Itible yields good fruit healthful fruit splen did fruit you will come to time conclu sion that it is a good lliblt and nil the arguments of thin skeptic against it when he tries to show it is n had hook will go overboard Do men gather grapes of thorns Can a bad book ield good results Skeptics with great vehemence declare that the Bible is n cruel book They rend the store of the extermination of the Canaanitcs and of all the ancient wars and of the history of David and Joshua und they come to the conch sion that the Bible is in favor of lacera tion and manslaughter anti massacre Now a luau book will product a ball result a cruel book will produce a cruel result You have friends who have been in time habit of rending the Itible n great many years hate you noticed a ten dency to cruelty on their part Have you ever heard anyof them come out practically have been read hug time story about the extermination of time Can a unites and am seized upon with a disposition to cut anti slash and maul and pinch and murder and knock to pieces everything I can lay my hands omIT Have your friends in pro portion us they become diligent Bible students anil disciples of the Christ of the Bible shown a tendency toward massacre and murder and manslaugh ter Has that been your observation What hns been the effect upon your children of this cruel book Or if you do not allow the book to be rend in rffretholds where time word of iod is hon ored Have they as n result of reading this cruel hook gone forth with n cruel spirit to pull the wings of flies and to pinion grasshoppers and to rob birds nests A cruel book ought to make cruel people If they diligently red it and get absorbed with its principles thnt cause must produce that effect At what time did you notice that time teachings of this holy Bible created cruelty in the heart and the life of George Peabody of Miss Dix of Flor plToliutrladingtheproportion as they became friends of the Bible they became enemies to hif Inn iity Have you not on tie contrary noticed that all the institu tions of mercy established or being es tablished were chiefly supported by the friends of this book There Is the hos pital in war time There are 20 Chris tian women They are binding up wounds they are offering cordials they are kneeling down bv time dying spiritsWhlrehave been reading the Bible nil their morningtimeyunder their arm when they go into time hospital Where does time enmity of the book trop out Is it in the gentleness of their step is it in the cadence of their voice Is it in the sympathetic prayer they offer at the bedside of the youthatresults When you can make a rose leaf stab like a bayonet and when you can manufacture icicles out of the south wind anti when you can poison your tongue with honey got from blossoming buckwheat then you can get cruelty out of the Bible That charge of the skeptics falls flat in the presence of every honest man Again infidels go on nail most ve hemently charge that this Bible is an impure book You all know that nn impure book prod uses impure results Xo amount of money could hire you to allow your child to read nn un dean book Sow if this Bible be an impure book where arc the victims Your fatner read itdid it make him n bad man Your mother read it did it make her a bad woman Your sister 15 years in Heaven died in the faith of this gospel did it despoil her nature Some say there are 200000 000 copies of the Bible in existence some say there are 400000000 copies of the Bible It is impossible to get the accurate statistics but suppose there are 200OCOtOO copies of the Bbc abroad this one book read more than any 20 books that the world ever printed this book abroad for ages for centuries where are the victims Show me 1000 Show me 500 victims of nn impure book Show me 100 de spoiled of the Bible Show me 50 Show me ten Show me two Show me one Two hundred million copies of an impure book anti not one victim of the impurity On the contrary you know er well that it is where the Bible lnsihe most power that the family institution is most respected Again agnostics go on still further and they say the Bible is a mass of contradictions and they put prophet against prophet evangelist against evangelist apostle against apostle mad they say if this be true how then cnn that be true Mr Mill who was a friend of the Bible said he hind discovered 30000 different readings of the Scriptures anti yet not one im portant differencenot one important difference out of 30000 only the dif ference that you might expect from the fact that the book came down from generation to generation and was copied by a great many hands And yet I put before you this fact today that nil the Bible writers agree in the four great doctrines of the Bible What are those four great doctrines Godgood kind patient just loving omnipotent Mana lost sinner Two destiniesone for believers the other for unbelievers all who accept Christ reaching that home anti only those destroyed who destroy themselves only those who turn their back upon Christ nnd come to the precipice nail trnnp oft1 for Joel never pushes o irian r off he jumps off Xow in these four great doctrines all the Bible writers agree Mozart Beethoven Handel nnd Hadyn never wrote more har inonions music tuna you will find in this perfect harmony of time Word of God the harmony in providence and in grace You must remember also thnt time authors of the Bible came from dif ferent lands from different ages anti from different centuries They had no communication with each other they did not have nn idem as to what was the chief design of the Bible and yet their writings got up from nil these different lands and all these different ages and all these different centuries looming together make n perfect harmony in the opinion of the very best scholars of nil lands Is not thnt n most remarkable fact Time Bible is made up of the Old Testament anti the New Testament Let us take the New Testament first Why do I believe it Why do I take it to my heart It Is because it ecu be traced hack to time Divine heart just as easihyas that aisle cnn be traced to that door anti that nisle to that door Jerome nod thins in the first cnn fury and Origen in the second century and other writers In the third mind fourth centuries gave a list of the Xcw Testament writers just exactly corre sponding with our list showing that the tunIc New Testament which we have the hail in the fourth century and the third century nnd the second century anti the first century Hut where did they get the New Testu ment They got it from Irenaeus Where did Irenucus get it He got it from Iolycarp Where ditl 101 carp get it He got it from St John who was time personal associate of the Lord Jesus Christ My grandfather gave n book to my father my father gave it to me I give it to my chill Is there flay difficulty in tracing this line On communion day I will start the chalice at that end of the aisle anti the chalice will pass along to time other nil of time aisle Will it be difficult to trace the line of timid holy chalice Xo difli culty at all This one will say I gave it to that one maid this one will say I gave it to that one hInt it will not be so long n line as this to trace the Xcw Testament It Is easier to get at the focI lint you say Although this wns handed right down in that way who knows taut they were lying impos ters How tan you take their testi inony They died for the truth of that Hook Men never die for a lie cheerfully and triumphantly They were not lying impostors They died In triumph for the truth of thnt New Testament Well says someone now I am ready to believe that the Xew Testa ment is from the heart of Christ but how about the Old Testament Why do you believe thnt I believe the Old Tfstamrnt because the prophecies foretold evsnts hundreds and thousands of je6rt ahend event which afterward took place HOW far can you see ahead Two thousand years Can you tee ahead a hundredyears Can you Jie- pohil five minutes Xo no Human Jlrlihccy amounts to nothing Here these old prophets stood thousands of years back nnd J hey foretold events whlfa came accurately true far on in t ho tilt tire centuries Suppose should stanch here and say to you Twenty five hundred and sixty years from now three miles anti n halt from the city of Moscow there will bean advent each it ivill be in n certain fftliily and i w iII pe iiiiirt certain surroundings lu youbecaumsethousand years or one year or one min ue nnd I cannot tell what is going to transpire in a land faraway But that is nhat these old prophets did You must remember hint Tyre nnd Babylon and Nineveh were in full pomp anti splendor when these prophecies those old prophecies said they would be destroyed Those cities had archi tecture that make the houses of modern cities perfectly insignificant Yet these old prophets walked right through those magnificent streets and said This all got to come down This is all going to be leveled Suppose n man should stand up i- ntise cities today and say There will be harvests of wheat nnd corn where these cities now stand and these streets will be pasture for cattle Such a man would be sent to the insane asylum Yet the old prophets did thin very thing Where is Babylon today You go anti walkover the ruins of Babylon nnd you will not find n leaf or n grass blade of those splendid hanging gardens and in the summer time the ground actually blisters the feet of the traveler Babylon destroyed accord ing to the prophecy Where is Tyre In the tiny of its pomp the prophet said The fishermen will dry their nets where this city stands If you should go to that place today you would find thnt lit erally The fishermen arc drying their nets on the rocks where the city of lyre once stood Tartar and Turk and Saracen drying their nets on the rocks Go up Chatham street Sew York anti find the fulfillment of a prophecy made thousands of years ago Why is it the Israelite is always distinguish able whether you sec him in New Yorkor Ieking or Vienna or Stock nghisiurnamiawhile he loses his nationality The American goes to ngllIICIn11 muter awhile he loses Ills nationality The Norwegian his the Russian his the Italian his the Spaninra his the Is raelites never Why Because this book provided thousands of years ago that the Israelites should be scat tered in nIL lands anti that they should be kept separate separate until the Lord took them back to Jerusalem flow could these old prophets fore tell that How could they know that thousands of years ago Wns it mere human skill Could you have seen so far ahead Could you have predicted anything like it Those old prophets stood looking down in the great fu ture and said a Messiah would be born in n certain nation in n certain tribe in a certain family in a certain place it a certain time thousands of years uliend Ages rolled on ages on ages multi after awhile Christ the only one who has been called Messiah by any great number of peopleChrist was born in that very nation predicted in that very place at that very time Could human skill have predicted it Does not that prove beyond nil con troversion and beyond all doubt that those prophets were inspired of the Lord Almighty looking down in the future and seeing thousands of years ahead occurrences to take place just as plainly as I see your faces this morning Well says some one now I am ready to take the New Testament as from the heart of Christ and I am icaTy to believe the prophecies The erjdence is beyond all dispute But you must remember says my friend that the prophecies are only a small mart of the old book You dont ex pect us to believe oil the old book If you found one of your good hon est letters In nn envelope with ten or SQ cruel ly1nt filtlty letters bow ti j long would you allow thnt hcujet letter to stay there In n half minute you would either snatch it out of the envelope or you would destroy thE whole envelope Low do you suppose time Lord Soil would allow these pure prophecies these prophecies which you admit must have come from the hand of Cod from Ditine inspiration do you suppose God wtMchow these pure prophecies to be InuinV ip anti put in the same cnTep will the hook of Joh and time book of Isalnis and the book of Deuteronomy and the other hooks iL those books were not good books Besides nil this you must remem her that the most of the writers of this book were uneducated men How cnn you account for tic fact that when Ibonias Babington Macaiilay standing in the house of parliament in London wanted to finish off a mag nificent sentence he quoted from the fishermen of Galilee or sitting in his house wanting to finish one of his great paragraphs of history hr quoted the words of the fishermen of Galilee Why is it that those uneducated nina hoe more influence on modern times than all the scholars of antiquity Because they were divinely inspired because Gcd stood back of them They were not educated and scholar ly It was not by force of rhetoric that they triumphed but today those bumble fishermen those uneducated fishermen wilt more influence in nil our modern cities than any 25 men living in this generation and dny They must have been inspired There must have been a Divine influence be hint them and before them and above them anti within them Resides thnt you must remember that this Book has been under fire for centuries utah after all time bombard ment of the skeptics of all the centuries they have not knocked out of this Bible n pitce as large as the somali end of a sharp needle Oh how the old Book sticks together Unsanctified grub gists try to pull away the book of Gene sis They say theythe not believe it it cannot be there wns light before the sun honeit cannot be nil this story about Adnrii and Eve nnd they pull at the book of Genesis amid they have beer pulling a great while jet where Is the book of Genesis Standing just where it stood nil the ttnc There is not a man on earth who has ever erased it from his Bible Then all the undevout astronomer went to work to pull away the hook of Joshua They say That cannot bc true the suns halting above Gibeon and time moon over the valley of Ajalon it valiant be jxissible we must pull that hook of Joshua away And they pull away at it and t hey pull away at It and yet what has become of the book of Joshua Like time sun above Gibtou and like the moon over the valley of Ajalon it stands still All the unde out anatomists und physiologists get holt of the book of Jonah and they pull away and they may Thnt story about Jonah anti the whale cant be true Every infidel carries n harpoon especially forthnt whale nnd they pun away atthe book of Jonah but where is the book of Jonah totllI Just where it has been all theiimetbe grandest thing that was ever written to prove that when Godsends a man to Xinevah he cannot get to Tnrshisb if God to atop him has to upset time Med iterranean sen with n cyclone And so the infidels have been trying to pull away the miracles pulling away at the blastitilig tree at the turning of the water nto wine at the raising al Lazarus ffom the dead Can yoti show me a Bible from which one of these miracle has been erased How marvelously tie old Book sticks to ether All the striking at these chap ters only driving them in deeper until they are clinched on the other side with the hammers of eternity And the Book is going to keep right on until the fires of the last day are kindled Some of them will begin on one side anti some on the other side of the old Book They will not find a bundle of loose manuscripts easily consumed by fire When the fires of the last day are kindled some will burn on timid side from Genesis toward Revelation mind others wiltburn on this tide from Revelation toward Genesis and in nil their way they will not find a single chapter or n single verse out of place That will be the first time we can afford to do without the Bible What will be time use of the book of Genesis descriptive of how the world was made when the world is destroyed What will be the use of the prophecies when they are all fulfilled What will be the use of the evangelistic or Pauline description of Jesus Christ when we see Him face to face What will be the use of His pho tograph when we have met Him in glory What will be the use of the book of Revelation standing as you will witlr your foot on the glassy sea nnd your hand on the ringing harp and your forehead chapleted with eternal coronation amid the ameythstine and 12gatcd glories of Heaven The em craW dashing its green against the beryl mind the beryl dashing its blue against the sapphire and the sapphire throwing its light on the jacinth and time jacinth dashing its fire against the chrysoprasc and you and I standing in the chorus of 10000 sunsets But I do not think we will give up the Bible even at that time I think we will want the Bible in Heaven I really think the fires of the last dny will not consume time last copy for when you nnd 1 get our dead children out of the dust we want to show them just the passages just the promises which corn forted us here in the dark tiny of in terment and we will want to talk over with Christians who have hail trials and struggles and we will want to show them ihe promises that especially refreshed us I think we shall have the Bible in Heaven Oh I want to hear David with hir own voice rend The Lord Is my Shep herd I want to hear Paul with his own voice read Thanks be unto God that giveth us the victory I want tc hear the archangel play Pauls march of the resurrection with the same trumpet with which he awoke the eml0 blessed Book good enough for earth good enough for Heaven Veal old book Book bespattered with the blood of martyrs who died for its de fense Book sprinkled all over with the tears of tljose who by it were corn forted Where shall I go said a dying Hin doo1 to the Brahmitic priest to whom he hind given money to pray for his salva tion Where shall 1 go after 1 dieT The Brahrairic priest said You will quadrupedBut gointogoThendyinghlimlooof solicitude as he said But where shall I go last of all Thank God this Bible tells the Hindoo tells you tells me not where I shall go today not where I shall go tomorrow not where I shall go nextyear but where I tbftll go lat of all Luck Up The only safe way to lmb HfeVla der is to keep looking up IJanis Horn S FHE COMMONWEALTH FATHER AND DAUGHTER DEAD DUamlrona Itnulla of the Kxploiloa- or a Grist 31111 Ooller teal Wllllnmaliurir Ky Wiliamsburg Ky June 2Two were killed by the explosion of a boil er in a little grist null near time Scott Bounty line They were lliley Broyles aged 55 aa old federal soldier and his daughter Carrie aged 15 The girl was running time mill and when the eccentric refused to work properly she went to her father who was working in his blacksmith shop about 200 yards away anti told him of it lie told her to go back and he would come as soon us possible and when he did so his arrival was closely followed his nil explosion which in stantly killed him and injured the daughter so that she died in an hour Before dying she recovered enough to musk what killed her father and struck her Attempt to Drenk Jail Lancaster Ky June 23A daring attempt to break jail was made here There are seven prisoners confined in the bastile Jtobert Carrier and John 1reston it is saul sawed the hinges off time large iron door to their veil which let them into the hall where they made a hole four feet long in the brick wall The jailer appeared in time to stop theiri and proceeded to handcuff both Carrier and Ireston At daylight they broke time handcuffs and were just on the point of break- log out of jail when apprehended Thry broke jail in April antI were caught in ISoonc county Doth are desperate men Felt From a Window Kichmond Ky Jtune23Ii II Sale n prominent citizen of Irvine Kstiil county fell to time pavement from the thirdstory window of the Hotel Cen tral in this city nail was instantly killed Almost every bone in his body wits broken It is supposed that a ci giir which he had smoked just before retiring matte him sick and going to tIme window to get some fresh air he lost his balance and fell He was grand master of the Masonic lodge at Irvine n prominent democrat anti at one time held an internal revenue po sition flied of it Ieenltnr Dlcrimr Lancaster Ky June 233Ira Laura Duelson daughter of Mr and Mrs II Clay Arnold died of a disease that could not lie diagnosed by the physi cians and which terminated in a vio lent atTention of thq brain She was Miss Jennie May Arnold married two years ago at the age oil I and hers is time fourth death in time family within a year anti time fifth in about three years one from lightning Shot the Wrong Mint nixou Ky June 23While Tack nijbourn was shooting at John Me Gui at A X Skinners livery stable at Clay n Villet hit Skinner and killed him ISaybourn and McGill hail been wrestling amid got into a tight which caused time shooting ICaybourn fought his way out of the stable and escaped but n posse is after him Killing Over ft Debt Corbin Ky June 23Tohn Eagle was shot and killed late Saturday Might by Cooke Cox at Seays Village live miles from here wljile they were having words over n debt JJrigle is al leged to have owed Cox for a year It is aid that Cox shot Eagle when he saul time debt was not a just one Cox can not be found Tin IrnmrrutlnK Wltne e Columbia Kyi Junc25 The trial of M Hay Yarberry for cutting ex Senator Neil in a fight a week ago wits railed before Judge Bother On motion of County Attorney Garnett lie case against Mr Yarberry was dismissed no witnesses for the prose cution being present Aolnl Divine Dead Lexington Ky June 23Rev Dr II 1k Walker one of the most noted Methodist ministers in the south is dead aged years He was one of the leaders of the Southern Methodist branch during the famous split in that denomination during the war Cnrrlrr 1lKcon Killed Lexington Ky June 23A carrier pigeon belonging to Louis Kcllbaum of this city was turned loose at 1 oclock Sunduyat Evansville Inil It reached here nt045 Within 20 feet of its loft it struck an electric light wire and was killed Joirpli Crnljr Duller Dead Versailles Ky June 25 Joseph Craig Bailey died of consumption He was second vice president of the Ken tucky Confederate Veterans associa tion anti was clerk of the Woodford circuit court many years He was years old Only Three Offices Louisville Ky June 23The Mo nongalicla Itiver Consolidated Coal anti Coke Co which hums control of alt the Pittsburgh coal brought here is to abolish all of its local offices but three thus throwing many persons out of employment Woman UnrRlnr Louisville Ky June 25A woman datingburglariesadminister chloroform to Miss Mag gie Strother mud secured 30 Shock Killed turn Lexington Ky June 25 Jonas Sugdcn aged 68 and in the internal comie service fell down a flight of Ktnirs at his home on hUgh street The shock killed him Guards Mustered Out Paintsville Ky June 23rapt C C Calhoun mustered out the company of the state truard LEGALITIES e gleet of city authorities to obserre proper sanitary precautions in the con struction or maintenance of a sewer system is held in Hughes TS Auburn X Y 46 L n A 636 insufficient to create a liability on the part of time city for damages on account of die ease resulting therefrom A statute making it unlawful to work more than eight hours per day in mines or smelters is held in re Morgan Col 47 L R A 52 to be in violation of con stitutional guaranties of liberty and the right to acquire possess and pro tect property notwithstanding a deci sion of the supremecourtot the United States holding that the federal con stitution was not violated by sucha statuteAn to regulate the weighing of coal at the mine which prohibits the screening of coal until after it is weighed and duly credited if miners are employed at quantity rates is held in State vs Wilson Kan4TLRA71 to be a valid exercise of the police pow er where it does not purport to prevent contracts as to the amount of wages or in any wise infringe UPOB he free dom of contract 1 HF TALL WOMEN COMPLADT 4jttmrnmlmctarrrn of Sklrta DUerimlna AcalHit Them a Bela- gAbiirnaitle There U much complaint among tall women tills year that the manufacturj era of time linen crash pique skirts which are sold ready made in eli the stores aa seasonable articles of apparel have taken no heed to the fact that many women are divinely tall All the skirts are luitnble for women of average or small stature there is nothing for the queenly form that towers several Inches above mediocri Ijr If a woman wears a 44inch skirt the manufacturers seem to imagine that she cannot hnteIes than a S3 Inch waist arid arrange matters ac cordingly to the bewilderment of the tall woman who is oftener slim than Mont and whose waist is about 23 Induce round The tall woman says this Chicago Chronicle Is not considered as much by time makers of clothes as she should be anyhow she thinks Tlua maid f whose skirt measure is over 40 inches anti there are many such has great difficulty in being fitted in the shops l indeed after sue has looked over some dozens of garments and found not one long enough for her she begins to 4regard herself as a giantess who ought to be In a museum and not roaming at large worrying perplexed sales women to death- According to n critical manufactur S er it appears that no wellregulated woman should exceed fire feet three In height those who are so lost to elfrespect and consideration for oth ers as to do RO must be placed among the abnormalities anti worse still hire a tailor to make even their cheap est gownsSJAPAN HAS A ROYAL WEDDING Tb e Drllllanl Nuptials of Prince Ha rnnomljrm and Prince Sada Kaljo A Japanese wedding is always a cere monious function end that of the crown prince of the empire Yosblhito Ho runomiya jp Princess Sado Kuijo was one of the mostbrilliant ever wit nessed at the capital The jui nVe a ya a foreign paper was not the first both of the family but by the death of an jthroneHis bride is but 15 years old is the princes cousin and comes from one of the oldest families in the empire Her genealogical tree dates back to A D 1550 but her young husbands family t records are 1300 years odcr The marriage took place at the royal palace and was celebrated in the old Japanese style Xo ring was given and no promises were made by the pair as to fidelity obedience etc The main feature of the ceremony proper con sisted of drinking a number of cups of Japanese wine or sakl together in cer tain ways The bride was served first during the marriage ceremony but never again After the marriage the husband is always served first At the beginning of the ceremonies the bride was dressed in white but this was changed later fora dress which she re ceived from the bridegrooms parents The young husband also changed his- garbwhenthecememonywasperformd put on new garments which were the gift of the brides parents World lo End This Year This is the recent decision of one of titprominent societies the world buttbeex let day has not yet been fixed npor and while there are very few people believe this prediction there are thousands of oth fibstettersto cure dvfpepsia indigestion Afamrvalue t Tt Meet the Seenery Mr T Erribleigh Swell told his stenog rapher to write a note to a friend of his him to dine al fresco Time youn lady put her Libby novel where she cool reach it and tapped off AlbertSwellForin being respectful even when speaking ofecenery Baltimore American 1 Do Tour Feet Ache and Darn Shake into your shoes AllensFootEase a powder for toe feet It makes tight or Xew Shoes Feel Easy Cures Corns Itching Swollen Hot Callous Smarting Screams Sweati v Feet All Druggists and shoe Stores seL t 25c Sample sent FREE Ad dre s Allen S OInuted Le Roy N L Time Right Spirit What did Col Stillwell say about the brandied cherries tent to cheer his con valescence He said he was afraid lie wasnt tree enough to eat the fruit replied the little girl but that he appreciated the in which it was Reputilic When a rich man marriej a poor girl she likes to give the impression that though only a wild flower gathered under a way tide hedge she to disadvantage all the hothouse plants that now surround her Atchison Globe TO WOMEN WHO DOUBT Every Suffering Woman Should Brad this Letter and be Convinced that Lydia K Plnkhams Tegetablo Compound Does Cure Female Weakness SI have been troubled with female weakness in its worst form for about ten years I had leucorrhcea and was so weak that I could not do my housework I also had fall lag of the womb and inflammation of the womb and ovaries gy and at menstrual periods I suffered tee ribly At times my i back would ache J very hard mould Jnot lift anything W or do any heavy work wasnot able pto stand on my feet j My husband spent hundredsof dollars for doctors bat I they did me no good After a time I concluded to try your medicine and lean truly say it does all that you claim for it to do i Ten bottles of Lydia E Pinkhama 5iVegetable Compound and seven pack ages of Sanative Wash have made a new woman of me I have had no womb trouble since taking the fifth bottle I weigh more than I haves in years can do all my ovn housework sleep well have a good appetite and now feel that life is worth living I owe all to Lydia E Pinkhams Vegeta i ble Compound I feel that it has saved xay life and would not be without it for anything Ism always glad to recom a mend your medicine to all my sex for Iknow if they follow your directions they wilt be cured MRS Axxii THOMPSON South Hot Springs Ark HEADERS OF THIS FAPEB DESIRING TO BCT ANTTIHXG ADVERTISED IV ITS COLUMNS BI10ULD INSIST UPON nAVlsa WllAT TUKY ASK FCK UEFUSLVQ AU SUBSTITUTES OU IMITATIONS J I J t t t c s frrREPUBLICAN TICKET KcKfnley For President and Gov Rocsevelt For Vice President I 1 I Platform Adopted Ileneiri Al PThJlnnc to tle Principle of the Utilil Stniulnrtl lId Kn lor e HeKlnlej FortInn Toller June Ot 1237 fPhllndelphia the republican nation of 1900 Ilnnna wns called to e was offered by Rev Dr Ilol tlm Philadelphia t the conclusion of the prayer llanna arose and again a wine of swept over the hall secretary the national com totlpplause now read the call of the buid Hannu Dick arose he was greeted vith hand clapping and cheers The preliminary business being con Hanna began his speech concluding llannn said It was IIclnlffi1t pleasure to now present the uishlll rcnator from Colorado as temporary chairman Chairman Wolcotts address itheconvention adjourned until noon i nIM11 iVMlatlelpiia June 21 Chairman T the convention to or tIer ut 1230 antI the delegates stood t U while the band played the Star bjiangltd ISajiner L The rejMjrt of the committee on permanent organization was adopted pernrnnentpwas we1 by Gov kHb1 tCit and Gov Shaw of 110wn The coin ent ion cheered Senator Fairbanks of Indiana then reported the platform synopsisa4 of4 President McKlnley lritl In the history of the party es s pecially Ourinc the lat four years after Ocmwatlc miladministration J Apjirwe of the retention of our Island I pf JSCK Ions and pledRs lamest measure f1r ot rellRovernmcnt to the Inhabitants thereof consistent with their welfare J Mcknlfy Ovr Renewal ot allcclancc to the principle of ti the gold standard Declares steadfast opposition to the free lad unlimited coinage of gold and sIlver al a ratio of it to L k Call attention to the prosperous condi tion of the country and Invites comparl lon with the conditions that existed under t democratic administrationI Jj Condemns all con plrncles nnd combina Ions Intended to restrict business or crc lie monopolies b Renews faith In the policy of protection e to Tlmerleaa labor by the protection ot the ootle market from foreign cheap la t or competition i Apppovcsof recIprocity between na toni Favors restriction of ImmigratIon Apfiroves of encouragement to shIp S debt of gratitude to the sol J Jlers and rallors cf the nation and ap of liberal and Just pension laws soldier and sailors and their orphans ftror widows to maintain civil service a Ihc attempts to violate the lh amendment by the enactment of laws in tha several states thatjo Jlsenfrnnchlso the negro Approval or public roads and other Im r extension ot the rural free moll delivery Reottmniends the recatmne of arid ofSt Facers early admission to statehood of I Arizona Oklahoma and New Mexico j t Pledges reduction In war taxes Commends the Ulncley act for reducing a r wax debt iojrn SeFavors construction ownership an l the United 5at an Isthml ST an canal proppfi Comneeds the women for services In r the war with Spain Approves of President McKlnleys conS tact Qf fore =n affairs Phfiadelphia June 22 Chairman i I dge calletl the convention to orderi it 1038 a in The prayer was affered by Archbishop Jyan of Philadelphia Iientor Lodge announced the next order was the nomination of presi ck1ti1 candidates and Senator For liier was recognized As he took the platform the convention cheered HeI nominated William McKinley for pre 3ldentoZ1hic United States When Mr Foraker concluded his speech the con f vention arose and enthu a ilastleahlyall waving fans The dem onktratipn grew exciting when Lena 9 tor henna seized one of the plumes and waved It from the stage The 4 greatestexcitement was when the Itate bnnn rs ere carried to the i stage rec1s4 Isinstic demonstration when he took J7theplatform and seconded the nom of William McKinley Senator Thurson of Nebraska fol Towed llposcvclts seconding 31 cKin r leys nomination 2 John W Yerkes of Kentucky made r I seconding speech Delegate Knight of California rev nded llcKinley 0 Gov Mount of seconded McKinley r The TOn of slates was then called tor president and each state voted for McKinley all the way down the roll r Senator Lodge announced that Me i Kinley was nominated unanimously Col LafayetteYoung of Iowa at 1256 took the platform to nominate Roosevelt for vice president o When Mr Young named Koosevelt i there was another demonstration Banners were carried about the hall r and the band played while the con 4vpatlon sang Ther Will h n Hot r TZme In the Old Town Tonight Michael J Murray of Massachu etta seconded Kobsevelts sundae t than rt J1J Ashton of Washington with 3rew Uartlett Tripp and seconded 1llooRevcIts nomination 1 The still choked the aisles IgrasplngGor Roosevelts hands and it with ditfjciilty the chairman restored quiet and recognized Butler Murray k f of Massachusetts for a second t Ing the nomination of Roosevelt lie EnglandiM other demonstration for the Rough ji Rider caadtdate t ofZb1 ton of Washington was recognized ej tad he also seconded the nomination l77 of Lt JlooseveltBeaator of New York also 3 j eeondcd the nomination of Roose let l L Ptpewt lM eosQudcd asd the i J q I tr 0 i1 r4 f tla lr II r fzJ i t Il I A rs I 5f oITn P i t4 Fr f li lK 7 r ron was then called for vice president 1he nomination of Koosevelt was unanimous with the exception of one missing vote of New York the mill vidual vote of Koosevelt Chairman Lodge then declared 1oosevelt nomi nated for vice president of the United States On motion of Col Dick Senator Lodge was placed at the head of the committee to notify the president of his nomination antI Senator Wolcott at the heath of the committee to noti fy the vice presidential iiomimc- R olution of thanks to Mr odgc and to Mr Woleott for their able services as presiding oflicers were unanimously adopted also thanks to Mayor Ashbridgo of Philadelphia for the hospitality of the city and to all officials of the convention This closed the work nnd at 214 on motion of Sereno Payne of New York the republican national convention of 190U adjourned sine die Xntlonnl Committee The national committeemen from the several states have been thus far selectedArknninsC W nix Arizona W M Griffith California W C Van Fleet ColoradoE O Wolcott ConnecticutChas F Itrookcr Florida John G Long Georgia H A IZueker Idaho George L Shoup Illinois Grenine Stewart Indiana Harry C New Iowa Ernest E Hart Indian Territory Wm M Millctte Kansas David W Mulvnnc Kentucky John W Yerkes Louisiana A T Wimberly Maine Joseph II Manley Massachusetts V L Meyer MichignnViIhiatn II Elliott Minnesota Thomas Shevlin Mississippi II C Turley Missouri Itichnrd C Kerens Maryland T C Xoyes Montana William H Hewitt Nevada P L Flaiinagan North Carolina H MeNamce North Dakota P J McCumbcr New Hampshire Jhns T Means New Jersey Franklin Murphy New York Frederick S Gibbs i4e PmldcBl William TbeoJore Roojevel cheered Indiana speech New Mexico Solomon Tuca Ohiot icorgc H Cox Oregon fieorge A Steel Oklahoma Win Gaines Pennsylvania M So Quay Rhode Island B Frank Brayton South Carolina E A Webster South Dakota J M Green Tennessee Walter B Brownlow Vermont James7 W llro irgilliflGeorge Eo Bowden WashingtonGeorge H Baker West VirginiaN B Scott Wisconsin Henry C Payne Wyoming Willis Vandervanter RETURNING HOME At Soon an Ihn Convention Ailjoari ed a Rub VnN Jade for the ItnllroBd Station Philadelphia June 22As soon aa the republican national convention townIcrowded lwith passengers nnd the congested condition of the railroad waiting rooms continued until late at night It was figured by hotel men and railroad officials that almost 75 per cent of the convention visitors had departed by 11 oclock Most of the strangers still here come from the far west and will visit other eastern cities before returning home With the exception of National Chairman Hnnua all the prominent leaders in the party have departed Senator Manna will remain ut Haver ford a Kubnib until Saturday as the guest of Clement A Griscom whose hospitality tho Ohio senator has ser era times accepted during his stay in this city Vice Presidential Nominee noose veil departed at 6 oclock accompa nied by his wife HcKlnler CnnnrntnlmteB tlooierelt Washington June 2At 4 oclock Thursday afternoon the president sent the following congratulatory tel egram to Jov Koosevelt Your unanimous nomination isa high and deserved honor I extend my hearti est congratulations Although no definite time has been fixed for the notification committee to wait upon the president and formally notify him of his nomination it is known that the president has indicated that it would be entirely ratisfnctory In hint if the committee would visit him at Canton on July 12 nooierelt Will Xot Titlk Philadelphia June 22Gor noose velt left the convention ball with Gen Greene and was driven to the private house at which Mrs loose velt is a guest He declined to be interviewed saying 1 do not care to be quoted I shall reserve what I may have to say for the committee appointed to inform me of my nomi nation The governor took lunch eon with Gen Greene and subse quently left for New York in compa ny with several friends Hanaa HeElected Chairman Philadelphia Tune 22The national committee has reelected M A Ifanna chairman of that committee lie ac cepted the honor in a short speech Col Dick was elected temporary secretary Children Played With Matcher Dayton 0 June 22 Leaving matches where children can get Itoh- of them was the cause of a smal- blaze at the residence of Nathan Brush The children got hold of some matches and were playing with them when iu some way the slied in the rear of the house caught fire The department was hurriedly summoned and extinguished the fire with but 75 damage Commander W T Bnrtwell has been ordered to duty command of the Puget sound naval station lr mellon Wash relieving Capt J B CogUlao placed ou waiting ofq rf t i i r r r Mj Li a 3 J r5 e 0 j r Ia I T7 r 5 SITUATION IN CHINA Ten Thousand Foreign Troops Are Now in the Vicinity of Pekin Ailm K nil ii n Report the KHIIiiR of Four Anirrlrnim and the Wound jug of Seven Others In nil Ara- linnrndr Xrnr TIn Tiiln London June 23The position of the intirnationnl force in the section of Northern China where 10000 men arc striving to keep a footing and to succor the legations in Pekiu appears to increase in peril with every fresh diypatch Pekin hiss not been heard from direct for It days TIme last dis patch was one imploring akittlmu Seymours column of 2000 was last heard front 12 days ago At that timeI it was surrounded midway between Pekin antI lien Tain Possibly now it has reached Pekin The 3000 internationals nt Tien Tsin were hard pressed and fighting for their lives on Thursday anti a reliev lug force of less than a thousand had been beaten back to Taku Friday Observers on the spot think that 100 000 men would not be too many to grasp China firmly The admiralty has received the following from the British rear admiral at TakuCheFoo June 25Only one rumor has got through from lien Tsin for flee days Xo information could be obtained except that the foreign settlement hind been almost entirely de stroyed nnd that our people were fighting hard Xews is received as this telegram is dispatched that nn attempt to re here Tien Tsin on June 22 was re pulsed with some loss The telegram also said The allied admirals are working in perfect ac cord with the Russian vice admiral as senior oflleer- Washington June 2Thc navy deportment Sunday afternoon issued the following bulletin I A telegram from Adm Kcmpff dated ChcKoo June 21 says Mn ambuscade near Tien Tsin on the 21st four of Wallers command killed nnd seven wounded Names will be furnished as soon as received Force of 2000 going to relieve Ties Tsin today KcmpftV Time secretary of the navy has or dered Ails liemey to go with the llrooklyn to Taku and to tender to Gen MacArthur conveyance of any army troops which the Brooklyn can curry Washington June 24 Several im portant communications have been re ceived by the secretary of state justifying the attitude assumed by this government that technically speak ing a state of war does not exist be tween the United States anti China The viceroys who have their seats of government at Xanking anti Wu Chang and who govern the live great provinces in the Yang Tse Kiang region have assured this government that theyarc determined and per fectly able to preserve order in their jurisdictions nnd protect the lives and property of foreigners In reply to this they have been assured timid so long as they are able to main tHin order and protect life and prop erty in the provinces utidcr their control thc goernmentff the United States no into that region and will use its influence with the other powers in silme direction Another communication of great importance was recejved from Li Hung Chang the viceroy of Canton who gives hi pVrsorial assurance that the tiring upon the foreign fleets at Taku was not authorized by the Chi nese government He desires the au thority of the powers to proceed to Pekin for the purpose of putting an end to the disturbances there a pur pose in which his great influence both with the court and with the people gives a certain promise of success The United States and it is be lieved the other powers have assent ftl to this proposition of Li Hung Chang and he is supposed to have started for Pekin Adm Kempits dispatch stating that an engagement had occurred near Ties Tsin and that another was about to occur sent a thrill of ex pectancy throughout official circles here Other dispatches had been re ceived giving additional detail but these were not made public as they mil not shed light upon the engage ment itself but more on the move ments of forces The official infor mation gave no clue however as to the extent of any casualties which may have been suffered by the Amer iran forces engaged nnd this was taken to indicate that the loss was lit tIe or nothing in the face of such au illyequipped foe Maj Waller in command of the American marines who participated in the fight is known here as a brave and efficient officer whose coolness and daring was displayed during the battle of Santiago when he command ed the marines on board the battle ship Indiana The marines referred to in the cabjeare the 110 men taken by the Solace from Manila at the first call for reinforcements booked for an Addren Washington June 2John K Richards solictor general of the United States left here for Cambridge Springs Pa where he will de liver nn address next Tuesday before the Pennsylvania liar Association on Tile Constitution of the Philippines Cologne Visited lly a Cyclone London June 23 Cologne was sis itedf by n cyclone which demolished many buildings nnd threw down n number of factory chimneys Severn persons were badly injured Effect of nn Earthquake CaptHeckmanjust in from Alaska says that the earthquake in Alaska last October completely destroyed the sea end of the Muir glacier The Queen sailed through fragments and icebergs for five miles Lynch Tree Blown Down Urbana 0 Tune 3In a storm that famous old tree in the court house yard on which a tramp named Ullery was lynched 25 years ago was blown down ILItnln Strikes a Church mchlnJ1d Center Wis June 23 During a severe thunderstorm at Gil lingham eight miles north lightning struck the United Brethren church during services Lewis Peckham was instantly killed Julian Hart and S Foleywere rendered unconscious and the entire congregation shocked The building was wrecked No Wheat toe Export 3Iinneniols Minn June 21 Grain men estimate the loss in wheat oats Innd hay this year at 123000000 WIT be 89 ajie p tor export S 1 A iiIf A 2f1f 4 V Yi 1 j ll ONE MILLION A DAY Value of Imports of Tropical Prod ucts Into United States Xloit or the Article Are Irnniieril In Orratvr or Ie Degree inttIme New Iitnnil Ios eslon- The people of the United Stntes are paying 1000000 n day for tropical products used in manufacturing or food nnil drink nnd most of which are produced In greater or less degree or can be readily produced In the islands whllll have come into closer relation 5hlp with the United States through i the events of the past tnt vturs The April nummary of commerce and flnnnce which has just been Issued by the treasury bureau of statistics shows that In the ton months ending with April our imports of tropical products have been over 300000000 In value thus averaging fully 1000000 nIday and indicating that for the full year they will reach 305000000 India rubber fibers raw silk cot ton gums cabinet woods Indigo Ivory dye woods nnd certain lines of client heals make up the share of this vast sum which the manufacturers of the United States take and require in con stantly Increasing quantities The Importation ot raw materials for use in manufacturing has Increased steal ily nnd now forms more thnn onethird of our total imports and time large pro portion of this comes from the tropics Of India rubber nlone the Imports of time ten months amount to more than 27000000 of fibers to 20000000 of unmanufactured silk S 10000000 of cotton over 7000000 of gums more than 5000000 while cabinet woods dye woods indigo and Ivory also ag gregate several millions Of the constantly increasing propor lion of Imports of foodstuffs sugar of course is first and of that the propor tion which comes from the tropics Is vastly greater In the past year than In Immediately preceding years the Dutch East Indies which lie just alongside of the Philippines being now our largest single source of supply for sugar For the ten months the Im portations of sugar are more thnn SO 000000 those of cotTer nearly 50000 OIJOtn nearly 100000X10 tobacco 10000000 tropical fruits and nuts 15000000 cacao anti chocolate 5OCO 000 anti such other articles1 as spices rice olive oil etc add several millions to the total ARMY OF CENSUS EMPLOYES enumerators NOTV nt Work Number 02031 PrnnajlTnnln Lending The exact number of census enumerators now at work is 52631 Penn sylvania leads the list with 4676 New York comes next with 4492 Mask hns only 2 antI Nevada 53 The numbers assigned to the other states and territories are as follows Alabama 1211 Arizona 80 Arknn sas 921 California 1207 Colorado 331 Connecticut 545 Delaware 103 District of Columbia 51 Florida 292 Georgia 1238 Idaho 146 Illinois 5345 Indiana 1940 Indian territory ISO Iowa 1700 Kansas 1397 Ken lucky 131S Louisiana 717 Maine 4S6 Maryland 744 Massachusetts 1S20 Midiigqn 1799 Mlnncsotii 1075 Mississippi 812 Missouri 22Gj Montana 217 Nebraska 1007 Nev hampshire 27 New Jersey 1107s New Mexico 179 North Carolina 1226 North Dakota 265 Ohio 2903 Oklahoma 256 Oregon 371 Rhode Is land 231 South Carolina 743 South Dakota 426 Tennessee 1492 Texas 1606 Utah 212 Vermont 295 Vir ginia 1095 Washington 370 West Virginia 5S4 Wisconsin 1579 Wyom ing 73 DOG IN LIEU OF RING Daughter of Cincinnati Hanker Pre fer a PtiK Gets It and Take It to the Altar One of Cincinnatis society young women preferred a pug dog to n wed ding ring She got it The girl was Margaret Harrison daughter of Pres ident L n Harrison of time First na tional bank while the giver of the dog was Howard Chllds who is now her husband When the young people plighted their troth Miss Harrison de cided that an engagement ring was not unto date so she asked her fiance who is from Boston to give her a dog The pug was decorated with white satin ribbon nnd accompanied the bridal party to time altar Mr Childs Is the young mnn whose friends led him to believe that he must get a health certificate before he could pro cure n marriage license lie hopped around the health office anti went through various gyrations to prove himself sound while n party of ac quaintances enjoyed themselves huge ly MARKET REPORT Cincinnati June 23 2ATTLE Common 00 z 4 50 Select butchers 5 00 fS 5 1- 0CATESExtras 073 700 HOGS Select packers 3 40 5 43 Mixed packers 5 25 3 33 SHKKP Choice 4 00 a 4 3Y LAMBS Kxtra 60 t 6 3- 5FLOUK Spring pat 4 23 fi 4 WIUATSo 2 retl S9 consxo 2 muixcil ft 4- 3OATSNp 2 mixed t 21- 3EVENo 2 it 1HAYChoice timothy gll 75 MESS PORK Ci13 10 LARD ft 6 90- UUTTKR tli dairy 11 Choice creamery 21 AlILKS Chto fancy 5 00 fl 5 50 POTATOES Per brl 40 tIt 50 TOI1ACCO Xcw 1 05 6l7 50 Old 400 tui475 CHICAGO FLOU15 Win patent 40 T 4 40- VhiEV1No 2 red l Xo 3 spring 83 n 85 CORX Xo 2 4m 423 OATS Xo 2 26 ti 20 KYB Xo 2 ijtHy PO11K Moss iill 55 fT12 70 luVltl Steam 005 7 07a NEWYOHK- loLOUJtWin patent 4 25 fj 4 WhEATNo 2 red COUX Xo 2 mixed Ii 4SY OATS Xo 2 mixed 2S RYE fJ 03 PORK MCKS 13 00 13 50 LARD Steam t 7 40 BALTIMORE WHEAT Xo 2 red S3a Southern 75 90 COUX Xo 2 mixed 463 4Gy OATS Xo 2 mixed 27i35 23- CV1TLE First qual 5 10 5 35 HOGS Western 5 70 5 80 INDIANAPOLIS WHKAT Xo 2 red tj 83 CORX Xo 2 mixed tjy 43 OATS Xo 2 mixed t 25 LOUISVILLE FLOUR Win patent 4 25 4 3- 0VllEtTNo 2 red 7- 5Cl1MixetI 4fii OATS Mixed t 23 PORK Mess fij 12 00 LIJ p t 6JJ1Hf 0 n J M7 t cc THE REPORT OF A MAtt OF EXPERIENCEI Whnt lie Pad In Western Cnnailn to Induce Him to Settle Sault St Static Mich Feb 3 To whom it may concern especially o tlioM who arc desirous of obtaining health and wealth for themsehes nod families I wish to state a few facts in regard to the Canadian Xorthwchi here I went leaving Sault Ste Marie May2n1 ISCij for time purpose oflusucking n better home for my family in Ie future I gut n special rate ticket t for It Mcleod Alberta Ilmrotmgiit Manitoba and part of s farmers were busy employed plough ng IInllslcliui I found the very and friendly willing to talk and assist in 1Ilag me the particulars of the country At Mclcod I spent a few days looking over some ranchers stock which I was surprised to see loofcisg so well they were in bet lr condition than any stock I Her saw in Michigan evens these that bad been stabled and most of these had nc cr srra the inside of a timed v rlvetlany feed from t heI hands of man limit as I Will looking for mixed farm land I found MoLcod no place for me it is only fit for ranching purposes ltetracingmywav back to Vinmmipcgf I stopped ofT at Lcthbridge ouml some of the greatest horsetranches I ever had the pleasure lug at it is a tine level country anti a lots of water anti good grazing At Medicine lint which is located in a mile there were lots of sheep cattle and horses in the surrounding country anti all looking well On July Hth I went on to Kegina there I began to see mixed farming lands In abiinuancc anti the crops looking remarkably well and as long as daylight lasted I saw time same all along time line and on the 15th of Juh I ar tived in Winnipeg just in timeior the Exhibition there I mrt with one ort the most beautiful pictures of the worlds records for as soon as I en tered the grounds met with lIIotion1andthe country was far beyond my ex pectation in fact it was beyond any industrial exhibition fl agricultural fair I ever visited and I have seen a good many From Kegina to Princr Albert a dis tance of 230 miles it 1nil good for mixed farming anti well settled with some thriving little toTS In some laces the grain just coining into head woulditake a man to the waist nnd the wild fruit along the line was goodrich and In great quantities from Saska toon on the south branch of the Saskatchewan river to Prince Albert on the north branch of the sane river is one of the best farming districts without any doubt that ever to the sun and everything to be there that is necessary to foundI comfortable nil that is required bor There is lots of wood good water and abundant hay Jand snd the limate is excellent Prince Albert is a flourishing little place situated on the north Saskat chewan river having a population of about lSi0 with good streets anti sidewalks and churches of nearly every denomination three sclioolhouses and another one to be built at once also a Brewery and Creamery Here staytd for about four months working at my trade of bricklaying and met with farmers and ranchers with whom I made it my special business to talk in regard to the prospects I also visited several farmers for some distance out n the country while crops were In full bloom and I may say that I never saw better crops in all my travels than I saw along the valley towards Stone wrerkaml Carrot River In the market arden there is grown currants both ted and black and as fine a sample of roots anti vegetables as ever went on a market The soil in anti around this list rid cannot be beaten for anything you may wish to grow and besides he season is long giving time for jvery thing to mature The cattle were ooking as good as I taw anywhere joocl pasture und hay land and plenty of water whercver you go The coon ry is dotted all around like islands with timber fit for fuel and building purposes and within a days walk of lumberingwoods where lumbering and iemakihg is carried on in winter Both large and small game is pentiful There are two good sawmills in this district with a good supply ofmill Trades of lumber all the year round ind also twogood brickyards with an ixeellent quality of brick There is noI scarcity of building material and at a reasonable price Clothing und living ire no higher than I find in Michigan and furthermore I wish to say that there is a great demand for laboring men all the year round and good Wages ranging from 175 to 200 per day and trots 2500 to 3500 per month with tuard I wish to say that I am perfectly sat sfcd with the country nnd I intend return to Prince Albert early in toI spring of 1900 Any reasonable man can go there and in from five to ten rears make a good anti comfortable tome for himself and family nnd if my person into whose hand this letter should fall desires more information pcase write to me and I will freely give them my best opinion I am writ ins trill for the benefit of those who may want to make a better home for cheniMilves nnd families or friends Trusting that this statement may be usof nl to you in time publication of your next pamphlet and be the means of guiding at least some of those who arc in search of a home I remain Your humble ernmtISigned WILLIAM The above letter was written to Mr J Grieve Canadian Government Agent at Saginaw Michigan Information as to lands etc can be hail from FlED LEY Superintendent of Immigration Ittawn Canada or D L CAVEN Co nimbus Ohio E T HOLMES The Bates Indianapolis lad Bathinir AVlthont Shoulder Straps The rank anti file on the Modder river Nere a short time ago forbidden to bathe nd sentinels were posted on the banks to ook for surreptitious swimmers One of the Kntinels caught sight of a swimmer who persistently ignored his summons to sur ender to arrest At last the bather emerged rom the river the furious sentinelad vanced upon the dripping tigure and claimed t prisoner Confound you was the reo 1cant you see Im an officer J London Chronicle TommdOU ask old Gilfovles consent to your marriage with his daughter Dick Yes Tomilow did you come ou- tDickI really dont know It all hap pened so suddnTon Topics The man who is too proud to beg isnt al vays too proud to hint or proud enough to efuse what may be offered Somerville Irnmrnal S F l- THE REAL STORY ow Mr SlinltMpcnren Poetic LI1 CCMKP Iut n Tn hIlaJiillu Caesar Cot leltu Caesar Iaj Hrutus anti Capt Man Anthony were Bitting in Scxtus Itooz ems cafe one evening ilUtusstng affairs of the Sixth ward when a portly individual dropped a sesterce into the slot machine and trained the outfit to find his weight relates the Baltimore American Alter he had pone Col Caesar remarked i like these fat guys They cant Ret around fat rnonzli to do any assassinating So do I like thrill said llmtii A fat au is a Rood fellow to po Mvimininc with Vellsuiul Marc Im interested in a oga factory down here on the Appian Way of course we would rather sell togas o the fat men than to the skinny ones like cm interrupted iicxtu Itoozem who was wiping off the table with the skirt of hi toga like rill because they hold more than the other kind Of coms e when Shakespeare dramatized story hr took with it just ai dramatists do to this day The Foolish Maiden What is love asked the Maiden repliedLove t form of anity teaching its victim to disregard the tirst law of nature selfpreservation What is hovel asked the Maiden turn n repliedlave parents to bring me things home anti time regard I have for them on such occasions What is love asked time Maiden once more this time of another Maiden of many ears longingforSo the Maiden sighted and went into a convent Foolish mail Had he asked me I would have given her few ideas on the subject Harpers llazar The ntlniinl Conventions Prohibition at Chicago June 2723 1000 Tickets on sale lune JO27 Democratic at Kansas City July 4 1900 Tickets on sale July 21 The roid to take to attend these Conven tions is the Chicago Great Western H y the popular Maple Leaf Itoute with its vestibule trains free chair can satisfac tory dining car service and its unsurpassed sleeping car accommodations Only One Fare for The Round Trip anyAgentdress F II Lord GP T A 113 Adams street Chicago Mnmllr Again Maud Midler raking hay one day Vets aught a rtinstotn so theY arThe rain came down in a perfect flood Said Maud guess my name is Mud Philadelphia Record Time Ilrnt rrmrrlptlon fur Clillln and Fever Is a bottle of GIIOVF fAtemrsft CimiToxic Itis simply quuinincimi tasteless form No cure no pay rricc50c A Purist Meet me he wrote on the korncr at 8 this evening without fale And she replied There is no such word as fale She was a puristN Y World To Cure n Cold In One flay Take Laxative I3rnnmo Quinine Tablets An druggists refund money i it rails to cure 25c What an artistic pipe you hire Mid returnedIllarber am sure Javcd my life three years agoMis That Ilobbinj Maple Street Norwich N Y Feb 17 SimeIf it wasnt for time oM bachelors there would be no Ilirts ileht it wasnt for the flirts there would be no old bache lorsSydney Town and Country Journal PUTNAM FADELESS DYES produce the fast est and brightest eolon of any known dye stuff Sold by all druggists A favorite good wih in Ireland used t be May you live to eat the hen thai scratches over your grave Write Dr C J Mdffett St Louis Mo for his valuable littIeTeethina WashIds Book free lThe man who hesitates is lost but the woman who hesitatesis won Sydney Town and Country halts Catnrrli Cure Is a Constitutional Cure Price 73c Remember that other peoples business isnt any of yours Chicago Daily Democrat All the Kentucky belles chew Kismc Gum They like it Some men are lions in society and bears at home Chicago Daily Xews Uncle Sam uses iTist of everything Uncle Sam uses Carters Ink He knows Fishing ja matter of bait andwaitChi cago Democrat Usually all we can be certain of is un eel tainty Chicago Democrat is to to 50c to n 07 DOWN cat and MM to as with Rrtnt state 15 ladles or eents bicycle Is wantednlze of frxtnfvana we will you tliiilljrh Grade oc Winner freight tiu jec t to It at yonr and If yon fm1Iad UK genuine model high trade S3OOO World the gr II los ever aw are convinced It worth to than any other tututf to moo Jour or banker the balanrr S 8 World Winner Is BINDING GUARANTEE Trame a t r inrhnuda IroDi ttt l oii ix lianirvr timt full tal ItrarlnfTS SuIT llaon arrh cit wnenaui l lck or mrounbUnl7 nleLii flrlhrdI elhi pad p1qtreIrbt1ji114t0 dcd raddlr uanttla tmt do4 pOs hlirn arsdo gnarantenl iIrIv tutlnir iwuraatla tires nee Ltf vrlttt tsizair5tstr wwi UPbLt44s ins TI Nit B9t erM W IJ Minneapolis t Mba Y 0 o i L YCr ec f 7 li riicif 1p1tjlIfm IoI4IIII nere IS no end of IOId Virginia Cheroots eUSI to as there is no finished end to g4ffl cut off and throw away When you = buy three Old Virginia Cheroots for PIt five cents you have more to smoke and of better quality you have when you pay fifteen cents for three aSTFive Cent cIgars Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked tnis = year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents f Two Trains a r Day Texas JThe Cotton Belt Route via Memphis offers you two daily I trains to Texas One leaves at 920 a m the at 830 p m The trains from all principal points arrive in Memphis morning and evening in plenty of tine to make this connection z ICo cat The Cotton Belt offer Ton tbo and ante of rr Both day sad nleht train are eand Free UecllniaChaIr Cans alto Can br dar and Write and tell na where and when ran will we will tell ron what will cost and what train to make the Semi limos and Wo will also send roa little A Trip to Texas Ye TC iSUJUJ uhDItTClL 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you have Buru hams Hasty Jellycon in the cupboard Only necessary to dissolve in hot water and stand away to cool to sevure the most deli cious jelly Absolutely pure gelatine sugar and fruit flavors Flavors orange raspberrystravherry wild dIem PeatIl for wine aLa coffee jelly Your grocer sells it FUse Certain Corn Cure PricelSc Winchester 1 FaetoryloadedI LEADERand IU IA trial will prove t their r lrrltallanAMs 25 dTroubles Lemon HCAGOMAHA IIDouble ears sleeping ears free reclining chair cars lining earv Send to the underslened foes free jopyol Pictures and Notss EnRout Illustrat this new line as seen learn the car window Tccets of of I C n R and connecting mti AUHANSOVOlACWcacn a 4l S5OOADAYwerr or Womsi 4ff eouauryWrite y FISOS 4I1is4ItihtLs WHtht ntConh Srum Taat muon QCQN SXJ MPT1ON A N KE 1819 f VfUEX 1VKXTIVO TO ADVERTISERS please Btaie that you aw the AdverUse naent In thin tri A DEAD LIVER iJ He thinks lives but hes dead one No person is really alive whose liver is dead During the winter most people spend nearly all their time in warm stuffy houses or offices or workshops Many dont get as much exercise as they ought and everybody knows that people gain winter As a rule it is not sound Ss weight but means lot of flabby fat useless rotting matter staying in Fthe body when it to have been driven out But the liver was over burdened deadened stopped work There ewIif you are with a dead liver and spring is the time for resurrection Wake up the dead I Get all the filth out of your system and get I ready for the summers trials clean clear blood body brain free from bile Force is dangerous and destructive unless used in a gentle persuasive way and the right plan to give new strength the muscular walls of the bowels and stir up the liver new life and work with CASCARETS the great spring cleaner disinfectant and bowel tonic Get a box today and see how quickly you will be jBROUGHT BACK TO NEW LIFE BY JOe 25c Drulrt EoidbvdrnerIss and with To any needy suffering from bowel troubles and too poor buy CASCARETS we will send a box free Address Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or NewYorfc mentioning advertisement and paper t j CENTS CaStS ad 77lubeiZier rend World BICYCLEYexamination Examine Winner et- bmrain more bladyrUty In Ti teainlstubnMtn edJutabie tlrs KOI1NTA1S8 leather mvlta 1U7c1aIi HOn Ii J waste than other rniilD1JItrplls ito to East Dessert if REPEATER AAllays he a a ought wp ALL- DRUGGISTS mortal SEND NO MONEY We a k rn aadeoovtneMyoeYwitilta ncl a macbk M sm1BtJrbtoreoffrrejmanytlinIue the price OUR OFFER C MraUon No n If you base any usa for a Mwlne machlna Doat send one not or bat write pIatoiy sod i full name pstOOce and n5aJ5 rsilzoad station and we will sinS thIsdxopbesOirswerCabbetBmflembbOn 85wtm2gXhifle toycarrali road station lKxraTCia AU 50 thereandexmuin Itcail lnanyeiperttoeiaminelt compare It with machines that others MllatlW Ito sad lfevery one pr000cnce it In eery way the equal Cf inch machines the most wopdetfnl cibargamnoa everimesrd of pay freurht aientoiirIpedtai tatroduetory 133 627aatUfaetorr In sv you sum be uaderimO oNigstton to sat Ii U S27 frti9ii sad volctton rierys as to town east ot Rocky Moaatsln for machIne i rDd 5Isbrswr urop miai HlbboatU t Ounranteed 20 Years T ffl R98IRT 6UPPUY MIp1imlj MInO I 0 1 1 v idi OW1HGSV1LLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY PER YEAR IN ADVANCE THURSDAY JUNES 1900 I t Another mch victory nnd I am eeltig TIIGUE was a unanimity of unan imousness that waR unique at the Philadelphia oncntlonI iTOE parachute cnsuult BCHEOII p has opened The balloonatic fool i und his life are soon parted nMCK nnd Teddy make n Hibcr nlnnfoundinK ticket even if Ted is dcwr ndid from an Amsterdam Dutchman Tm LouJjvillo Police Court has no bowels A darkey was yanked lipfore it and fined a ten spot himjIy becauso ho whipped another dnrht y who Ptiirtcd to tell him a jifcc lie ltl heard four timet be ft H SrriF x of thing Chinese Ieiiig jvind that T1in war iin a rotor of Shanghai 4 iIfl t rioil to son how high ho could flat z lit jumped with tilt greatest cas vi r thtt tops of the A lt1 Ki fell snd got dirt tnIMARK HSN was In his tIoryat 4 Itp ihc Philitdilpliia convention last w4 k He flew hihnnd if his ipr leje Mm k should not get there f t NicnIhr Markwont light 01tIII will full nnd flatten out like n 43 lump of doi ih dropped from n hal I Jln t Tn KOOSEYKLT would go to Phil ii 1flihiii in uttfr disregard of the- siw Neer II about the monkey 4linpand nmnkey with the won fciys ond nil w he is paddled with a KII honor thnt bids fur to bring his biiundliM xmliition to a lame and I = ni itrnt nrlusion 1 Soiinitiuv whether Boxers other tnidmfp or flrl goer the dispatch t is dont fav begun bombarding Tiin Tfln lact Thursday They xiuit ucll hnmbnrd in China with lciI1bombarding tea and sin be l1l1ttlnle universal if travel 4 irf tnle IIrt to be believed e Tnt Philadelphia convention pnvi G nv Tnjloron ovation and 1 tjf IJhnirman had him to come up in the itssg to second a motion Ht was iIoi made the Kentucky tnnnbffr on the Committee on Res fHIIin Thats better treatment J hnn lime Northern Republican f jiapcrn vliich ure always wrong on I j Kmtucky politics give him DENNIS KEARNEY the sandlot nrntor of Sn Francisco paid ge h 4 hILl fnqutnt penalty of being 1 ihilitt Ms time lIe sut1Thel itice must go Tho allied pon- erc nrv nt w faying what amounts t1hiPIl1i1Ie tiling When its oil 3 7 vcr litiy ought to erect a colospal- tstntiie of Kenrnoj uttering that fiTlcnci on the most public spot in 111 Iliflu LET those who wish attempt to fit in high place but I deli ht to be the power behind the thrown suitl the mule when he pitched his Tiller over his head to the ground l Platt went home from the Phil hit invention after ho had from Roosevelt with tailend thinking like tho mule 1wbkhshows that Platt has sense 1 like n mule c f TIIEEE was a rumor that if the 0 Administration went to prying too j xrloeely into Major Rathbones rec 2 z iud In the Cuban postal scandal he swoulda tale unfold that would 1 Iunke Murk Hannue hair run cold f u nd hi blood stand on end or sqOrdato thnt effect Now it is re I putted front Cuba that Rathbone will he arrested Let the galled A Jade wince and see if Marks with r I rffi are unwrung 1 tjENATouWoLCOTT Colorado as t j femporary Chairman at the Philo ILc I4elphlaconvention did the s1l 4IL binding act in a keynote speech The more it is read and pondered t xver the more tho reader ought to appredllte the truth and artless Simplicity of Marys Little Lamb and Mother Gooses Nursery 0 lUiymcH Oh yes the pellbind Jag political oratory of your Wol Ia cotta uud your Brynns and aofihnl clues is the biggest rhetorical t 9 t shaw thai ever was t J 1 I il rcrr Co has arisen a bitter i tenmitybetween the country people t i J jind the town of Harrodsburg be t cause the town condemned as a nujfanre und removed some hitching TiKks around the courthouse tUpri3It such as n mob of raiders 10 ride into town and Restore the t hitching posts with the penalty of q i themza r1iJ jcountyeeut tu Burgin are threat ned by the enuntry people That js allery natural and very unwise I iJ TIIET do things somewhat differ t ently in England Several years ago the philanthropist Baronets BurdettCoutts the richest woman P ic JJB pngUrd married Ashmead Bart hSt lave ln so as r pge wiifsjconcerned Recently Ad o i Y ilinh Lrttti tiLe greatest singer li it perbnps that ever lived married l f L the Swedith Baron Cedcrstrom i t who 18 young enough to he hereon j Nftw the Americanborn Lady Ran t dolph Churchill widow of an ex I Prime AUnlster of England is to ii marry Lieut George Cornwall West aged 20 while the brid to Wi be is titure than old enough to pe 1 his lutitlicr Bvidently love wns L the factor on the womens side fin each if these cases for each hns great wealth and high social posi il finn that could not be bettered l J their union s joft l i t1 if i7 iV f it i =r n t tx t fO ofrJtu I t t4 r OIr J 1cL c1 s j4 z1 i iPJ 1 tf 3 V V 4 a S 2 a Till Havana Post got in a funny humor und said the breath of Cuban Indies smclltd like garlic Then tho Indies went to work nnd got up a strong petition to Gen Wood to expel the editor and proprietor of the Post from Cuba Twos over thus that the foolish rush in where nngels fear to tread TIILKI Ort supposed to be nbrntt 12000 civilian fonignors in Chinn including 1000 Americans The Chinese army ntimbors 300000 on a pcutP footing and 1000000 for war hut it is about iik an inferior State militia in discipline is poor ly armed and equipped and without adequate commissariat and medical tervico The division of the carcass will not P Fcrinusly hindered by the Chinese army Tntinv UOOSUVUIT didnt want it hut Me Too T Platt wanted to get him out of New York politics so bi od lunchino would go like cVekwok and ho artfully aided the hero worshiping delegates to boom IJnoRevclt Why Quay lent his influence to the scheme is not so apparent uness he is looking forward to something in 1001 and wantrd to bury Roosevelt in the Vice Presidency with the hope that he would never see resurrection day The bosses have no love for Roosevelt for they recognize that he wouldnt tolerate their dictation to him in any position Hanna is in stinctively opposed to him and no doubt is really gleeful that he is chcnpcncd with the Vice Presiden tial nomination though perhaps JI arks ambition doesnt extend ho yond being llm power behind the throne for four years mor- eCORRESPONDENCE Grange City Our protracted meeting has been postponed Bro Frank delivered two inter eating sermons here Sunday IllInoislarcMiss Iva Denton of Bourbon county is visiting relatives here Fant Johnson returned home Saturday from business college at Lox ingtonSeveral from Bath county passed through to attend court at Flew ingsburg Monday Sherburne Mrs L N Hull is seriously ill j Undo John A Vice is convalcar cent Mrs House is improving in health A J Smith of color purchased of Jas Calyert a wagon horse for 100 Several bunches of lambs were weighed up here last week at 550 hundredElliott and wife of Car lisle werctho guests pf his parents here Sunday Mr and Mrs Joseph Hardin of Shnrpsburg were the guests of the latters sister Mrs Lee N Hull Sunday Crooks Our sick contine about the same Worth Rogers has gone to Lex ington Alex Wells visited in Mt Sterling Sunday G It Armstrong and wife hove gone east on a visit Felix Clark and wife of Roes Run visited here Sunday Charles Holder says ho is not married yet but wants to be There will be meeting at the Old Fields graveyard the next second Sunday Quite a crowd from here attended meeting at Jacksons schoolhouse Sunday Preaching there again on the next fourth Sunday Upper Prickly Ash Marshall Stone sold a brown mare to J M hobart for 70 Miss Louie Parker of Flat Creek was the guest of Miss Minnie Kerr last week Charley Shrout of Salt Lickvis neighborhoodthe Miss Fenton Shrout was a guest of Miss Lillie Spencer on Roes Run last week C D Tackett and family of Ow ingfiville were visitors at Felix F Tacfcette Sunday James P Hamilton and sisters Mrs W31 Warner Mrs R L Stone und Mrs A D Lyter of Harrison county visited relatives in Montgomery county from Sat urday until Monday WyomingQJohn L Vice is in Cincinnation business D B Conyera has bought a new surrey Now the wholo family can go n S Estill and tenants have sold and delivered their tobacco to Gco Peed at 7e Mrs Zarilda Jones of HiH Top Fleming county is visiting relatives and friends here Mrs George Lathram of Mid way visited at Win T Lathrams several days last week Misses Matilda and Jjosie Coyle of Naylors Branch visited Mrs J 1 Templeman one day last week several of the young folks from CarrlngtonsRock Gregory Jr Trumbo Snedegarand Miss Ina Gregory Charley Atchi son and Miss Emma Phillips Will Anderson and Miss Pearl Toy I expect they got sprinkled and had lots of fun i tI 3IP flt Jf 7 I ra I rI a Licking Union Miss Crcath En nfl of Salt Lick is visiting relatives here Turner Crosthwaiti of Rowan count was here Sunday A B McKinney and Alex Abbott were at Wednesdny Mrs Annie Blunt of near Farm ers attended Sundiiyschool here Sunday Herbert tIinlllYnnd Aqua Johnson attended church at Chari ty Branch in Rowan Co Sunday These long lint days are pretty hard on un pour lUrI ala who havu to trOt k nil day in the cornlield- Twas reported that your writer Wilt to be married Sunday lint guess it wasnt so as wo didnt hear of it until Sunday morning There must be a gUild innrkct somewhere in this community rill hieanii our neighbors complain of loosing a good many of nights There was a mistake in the last weeks correspondence It was Mrs Corina Williams who died at Yule last Friday week instead of Coring Slato Valley This iilite needs a postollieo Wheat harvest is about over here Elder Crouch tilled his appoint went at Craigs Sunday We lied some light showers for which we arc very thankful Willie g Atchison of Salt Lick was the guest of the family of Sum Slmltr Sunday Mrs Gcorgo Garner and Miss Eula Porker visited nt Licking Valley Sunday Charley Horseman wife suid lit tIe daughter Maude visited friends cast of Slate Sunday Misp Mary Goodpaster visited Mrs Will Tom Sexton on upper Slate Creek Saturday und Sunday 1 Little Miss Lillian Shrout of Owingsville was the guest of her grandmother Mrs Melissa Suede gur Sunday James Sncdegnr wife nnd baby Howard of Roos Run visited the latters parents Butler Toyamid wife Sunday No Sundayschool last Sunday on account of the dedication of the new Churh at Grange City This place was well represented there Slato Creek is almost dry in many places Meadows arc almost a fail uro Corn is all there is any hope for and without rain soon it will 12i failure Bethel The sick are all improving Miss Mary Lancaster is quite sick Wheat harvest is the order of the day Crop vyy fair John Peters and T Lloyd spent Sunday in Winchester Miss Nan S Lart of Millers burg is via or uncle James Roberts Will Ln K i of Moorcflcld is spendin t I v days with his brother i yuer Mrs Will Henderson and two children visited friends at Moore field and Carlisle this week Miss Kate Myers of Cassidy is visiting Miss Kanoic Williams und other relatives hero this week The Misses Letton and Mr McCray of North Middletown are visiting relatives here this week Mrs Ilcne Hawkins returned to her home in Fjemingsburg Wed nesday after a weeks visit with Mrs Cy Arrasmith Mrs Tnul and sister Mrs Bryant of Montgomery Co and Miss Maud Gorbam of Millersburg are guests of Mrs Walter Whaley this week Two young ministers who have been attending college at Willmore D H Caseels of Mississippi nnd J W LaGrome of Texas arc guests of Charles Gossett this week They preached Saturday night and Sunday afternoon at the Methodist Church Stepstono We had a nice ruin Friday after noon Lee Wilson is working on tim see tion hero again Mrs Ella Gillof Mt Sterling visited relatives here last week Miss Lids lipton has been visiting kinfolks in Owingsville since last Friday Lee Maxey nnd Miss Alice Wil hams attended church at White Oak Sunday H D Blevins tradeda nice young cow and calf to Reuben Barnes fora young horse M Y Kincaid left Friday for a few days visit to his brother at North Middletown spentSundayClaude Wilson at Howards Mill H C Mend our drummer came home Saturday for the 4th holi days He is looking as large as ever if not larger Miss Lettio Lane who bad been visiting her brother R H Lane for several days returned home to Mt Sterling Wednesday E L Payne and family and Mrs Win T Payne spent Saturday and daughterMrster Miss Bertie Hall who was here visiting her mother Mrs Robert Ragan and other relatives for sev era weeks returned home to Olympia Monday morning Harvest is going on as well as could be expected considering the ruin of Friday That of course tet it buck and will put some of our people in a rush when they resume again ri 5 it J 1 1 Forgo Hill Sonic new cases of measles Our school closed hero Friday Ed and Jeff Bailey were in Mt Sterling Sunday A large crowd from here attend ed the meeting at HedrickH Sun day W W Williams soul to Samuel Lathram 10 yearling calves for 1110 Craics Very hot and dry at this timo The fiuit crop is very good at this place Crops look well to have had no more ruin than has fallen Arnold Goodpuster sold to Mor gun Goodpaster ono colt price not known F F Warren has a contract for cutting and hauling logs to the saw null at the 010 mules Brother Richard Crouch preach ed hero Sunday morning and Bro Davis in the afternoon Moores Forty Mrs Sibbie McDonald is very poorly at this time Jiiics Staton nnd wife of Salt Lick visited at W R Razors Sunday IElder II II Ross will preach nt Ilcdricks Saturday night and Sun day morning Misses Lillie Barnes and Nary II Otis visited Mrs Robert Colli ver Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Matilda Rice and Mrs Snf I rah Jones of Forge Hill were the guests of Mrs T J Baty Sunday Mrs J II Collier children anti Miss Carrie Hattnnof Grange City visited relatives and friends hero List week Miss Cynthia Ellington who was thrown from her horse on the 17th inst is getting better She was able to be taken homo on tim 23d Brothers Flinn and WAWil Hums closed a very successful meeting at Ilcdricks Sunday morning There was a large crowd and every one spoke highly of lire Williams discourse Sunday morning lIe closed the meeting at 330 p ui by baptizing at the old mil- lEwInton Hot days and cold nights O P Sorrcll has a fine crop of tobacco Tobacco worms are becoming plentifulII Orme hind avalu i I se to get cut on barbed wire AVill Moore lour agent i iviag a large pair of scales erect Hns any one rend Gov Jf its reply to the Campbellito cofrjtorg A muddog treed Dave Fox thj other day and nt lust accounts i was still up the tree Alfred Steele the wagoner auctioned off several crops weedy tobacco here the pa We accidentally ran ncro Ie soriety editor of THE OUT Mt Sterling the other eve e introduced us to nil hit ts When it conies to uiixitv U is one of the boys We made mention last full that the woods here were full of Brown men It is not the case now The woods are full of squareout Re publicans and will continue to bo until this infamous election law is repealed which endorses highway robbery anti limos proven it to an honest people right in open broad daylight J EFFERSCNUX Morehead Its Billy and Teddy Tree frogs are beginning to ri pen The tanbark season is almost over Morchcnd will celebrate the Fourth in a quiet way Whats the matter with Hanna P Aint lie tho G 0 P John Chinaman has evidently bit off more than he can chaw The politicians are going to save the country some more this year The revival at the Baptist Church has closed after continuing three weeksHiram Bradley attended the Ro publican convention in Philadel phia last week A neat little sum has been made up in this town for the famine sufferers in India Rev F C Button was in Indian apolis last week in the interest of the Normal School This county hps not suffered from dry weather crops and gar dens are doing well Dr AJ OBannon of Elizaville a former resident of this place was a pleasant visitor here last week Mrs F II Powers anti Miss Harriett Snedegar have returned from nn extended visit to friends and relatives in Bath county Osborn and Parker have posted notices that they will apply for li cease to retail liquor in this place The temperance people hun signed n petition asking the County Judge not to grant a license Henry Watson of Mt Sterling was here last week lAnd mode a proposition to the town board for putting in an electriclight plant and telephone exchange LibertyRnilrond with n capital stock of 000000 The road will extend from More head to West Liberty a distance of twentylive miles It is expected that work will begin soon I 2 i 41 A iI The Montana Democratic convention scored Boodlor Clark heav ily for his unspeakable conduct anti the Democrats in New York exposed Mayor Van Wyck and his ice trust It is a hopeful sign when a political party has nerve ruscnlsnSalt Lick Rev Neal tilled Inn appointment at the Christian Church Sunday Mrs Win Atchison anti daughter nf Owinysville visited relatives hero Saturday J II Campbell attended the State meeting of the Pharmaceut ical Association at Glen Springs last week going from there to Cincinnati lie returned home Mon lilly Judge Ed C Orear and family t of Mt Sterling passed through town last wcek for a trip up the Licking River Railroad Theywill spend several days in thin vicinity of Snit Spritigs Col C II Eaton has severed his connection with Eo W Strack rand tho Licking River Railroad and will roinovo his family in the near future to Indiana where he hum accepted a position in the lumber business with a Boston firm Salt Lick will be full of visiting wheelmen the 4th of July flit Wheel Club hns arranged for n series of races on thnt day mind will offer u nice prize to tho winner of each race The list of prizes id given in the bills printed in THE OUTLOOK o fllcc 1 Bert L Sewoltand Miss May Campbell were quietly married Wednesday morning at 5 oclock nt the brides home Immediately afterward they took the westbound train for Cincinnati where they will spend a week doiujciled at the Palace LIntel On their return they will spend a few days with relatives near Mt Sterling Miss May is the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Mrs J C Campbell Mr Sewell is a most worthy young mann and a partner in the firm of J 11 Campbell Co and at present holds the position of Asst Agent of the C d 0 Railway Knob Lick Mrs Barker is no better There was a light attendance nt Sundayschool Sunday Meeting nt Polksrille Iledricks and Pen Sticks Sunday Sam McLain caught some nice fishout of Slate recently Not much of an output ot ore last week from tbe mines An unprecedented drouth forth time of sear in this vicinity Stock nnd drinking water is scarce many wells mire dry The farmers are getting their corn worked up in goud shape Turner Pitman instead of Capt Pitman purchased the Adkina farm Flood it Barnes xtre doing quite 4hot of scraping Rh the ore com 1ultYhiecs are not doing well from some cause There have been rev rul Imney dews still there is not uuieh accumulation of iioncy What do the two old parties prose to do with their legitimate offspring Kill them they say HcpnbliullIIslate some law to kill them but which hns been the means of increasing instead of diminishing them Here comes tho matchless Bryan the hero the almost inspired leader of Democracy What is his remedy to kill trusts The very thing of all others that the trusts want and thrive on that is to license them What does tbe Peoples party propose will be the inquiry of thisa very natural and important inquiry They pro pose n bigger monopoly than the trusts on any single thing they propose the Government to own the railroads the telegraphs and nil public utilities that the people are interested in In the interest of u few bloated monopolists who unit been robbing the people by laws legalized by the two old political parties No in the interest of the plain common people tho laborers who produced this wealth The thing the people are going to demand is not a change of robbers but less robbing The Morehead and Moores Ferry corpts came out last week with the true ring that is for the masses and not the classes having some thing to say in shaping the laws of our country If we have not had promises enough nnd betrayals enough nt the hands of the two old political frauds und still are willing to swallow promises in the face of their past promises we are ofn more confiding nature than the or dinary man should be The man thats hunting for pie and plunder can be excused but the masses of the plain common people the groundwork of a good government should stop and do a little thinking- tor themselves put 2 nnd 2 together that is tile two old political par tiesand what is tho sum Debtor slavery to the money power and peoplebyyourfranchisenotice a certain paper urging the boys to come back into the fold t that they were going to do better admitting they were wrong How ninnybetrnyaisgress show several on the money question and the tariff the sideshow they were using to divert the minds of the people Irma the real causes of our troubles The money question that was n grand failure Now trusts are the slogan of war another sham to fool the people I mtndldulrlDItnlT nl exnenSus paid shonid wrIte Tile J4TET 1UVORD Baltimore Udo j 4 d4 Xi i w Salt Lick The churclioB their condition amid their prospects ought to be and no doubt will be of interest to readers of TilE OUTLOOK generally so here goes for an article about the Church of Christ worshiping this place in hopes ofstimulating others t o go and do likewise until wo are thoroughly posted about every church of every denomination and the men and women who ire in the lent of each congregation in- the county It is not my purpose to attempt a history of the church but simply to give its present status The congregation has a very neat house of worship free from debt anti at present being painted upIIsaac Shouee Dr L F Robbing Col C II Eaton E C Heneley Deacons are II A Flood V C Razor John Myers Charles Clayton Clerk W J Shouse Treasurer V C Razor The Sundayschool is one of the largest nut most interesting in the county Over 13 was collected on Childrens Day for Foreign Missions Col C II Eaton is Supt ably assisted by W II Stephens Miss Mossie Kcrchcval is Treas mind W J SIiouso Sec of the school Tho midweek meeting is held every Thursday night is well at goodItor for good in church work Mrs C 11 Eaton is President Mrs Boone North Vice President MrsJ W K Stevens Treasurer Mist Annie May Eaton Sec The church meets to break bread on the first day of every week B Neal of Grayson Ky lias In employed as Evangelist He visits the congregation twice n month tho 2d and 4th Lords days b3larger The Elders and Deacons are at work disciplining and developing the congregation under his over sightThe Deacons lately issued the following document which goes right to the spot in the opinion of your correspondent Dear Brethren As Deacons of responsibletime financial interests of the congregation In approaching you in this way we are simply about our duty and the business to which you as member aided to call us The cur rent expenses of the church must bo met We must also aid in the grand mission enterprises of the churches to convert the world to Christ We have engaged the ser vices of Bro R B Ncalas Evan gelist His hands must be held up by us in this great little with tin hosts of It Li diy ce that each member bears u part of the Gnnn cial burdens of the Church Our duty to Church timid to the member tIUMl1 that we see to it In t reh one should give or ret There is no middle ghIthu o the Lord The Widows penny was more in the Lords sight than theiilrcii Mans pound li you have and arecontribtiting all well and good If Hut wo ear uestly request you to see one of the Deacons as soon as possible and pledge your part for the work failure to do this in n reasonable time will subject you to the charge of covetou nel and to withdrawing the fellowship of the church from you We have our olllcers meetings the 2d and 4th Sunday after noons at 3 oclock at the church house and will bo glad to hnve you meet with us at any time TOE DEACOXS The Elders use also at work as the following document being sent out to laggards and stragglers in dividually will show Dear Brother As Clerk of Church I am instructed by them request your attendance at a reg ular meeting of the oQIcers thc Sec ond Lords day in July at 3 p m The object is to have a full and brotherly talk with you in reference to your renewing your relation and fellowship with the congregation We need you and you need us in the battle against the world the flesh and the devil If you fail to appear without a reasonable ex cuse the olllcers will be constrained formallyithdraw have been criminally careless as officers in disciplining amid devel oping our congregation The ne cessity is laid upon us to commence right now keeping house as our Lord directs We earnestly urge and prayer fully insist upon your presence SundayinA failure on your part will be construed into disrespect of authority of the church and exclusion will result THE ELDERS Thus it is seen this congregation is alive and moving toward grand er victories So mote it be TiiiLir South Side Hurrah for the Preston writer Ho strikes us exactly Be brave and fearless and steal all the olllces you cm Goebehsm We compliment the Manses Fer ry writer in his makeup last week One of our census men was a lit tic off when he naked one of our society buds if her mother was a woman Summer is hero with aUof its sweet seductive laziness and the farming goes merrily on Estis McClain loads olF on the road to a better world by subscrib iD for his OUTLUOtI JudgeOrearof Appeals T 7 r linta letter from the emigrating parties stating that they had all landed safely at their destination Sioux City Iowa Bryan will not be a delegate to tho Kansas City national convcn lion Helleolmie nearer being the whole convention J W Cafsity and John Lee two nlIssidetirw write us they ouM fim hllliraIwitlimii Ilu OLILOOK iD h tit Mid weather pcopli ti Np screened from the chilly atiHinplifre and now tljat the summer heat tins arrived they arc trying to bo screened from the IIflies plateir on thfiu and hen cry most all night bivauso file is afraid her husband due nt love her as much as he dill at first When it comes to churches usin secret buMotsund scheming between preachers nnd Irvingii rule or ruin it is time to repeal tho Goebel law Christ said Dont put your light under the bushel The following list subscribed through us during the past two SIIMo and Mrs MoIIe Hall Barber Co Kansas And still they come Some young ladies went out to hunt mulberries the other day We pretended we wanted to go along but they would not let us go goIworms anti bug We knew it nil the time girls and could have told you so if we hud thought of it lOur inCormation is that the when crop is very heavy andof nn cx nlongtIt is claimed by those who ought to know to be the best crop by far since 1892 All this means that Kansas will go Republican again this full Oda Orme of Ewington had his first experience the other day with a selfbinder After he got it in gear ho only ran over three hogs crippled a drove of turkeys and killed tIme house cat Otis now thinks the reap hook is the proper thing to cut wheat with and is not 1as destructive and dangerous as u selfbinder The way to find the news in THE OUTLOOK is to read every column froze top to bottom on each and ev cry page of time paper Every item cant be placed on the first page 0 on nny other one page so rend every item on every page antI you won t miss nny Of course you never fail to rend the advertisements of the live merchants Since Ethan Spike and old negro of Spikcville have flopped over to Becfcham nnd Col Thomas Riot Campbell it looks rattler dfccnur n r ing He unll ltteTIIIkhammer have composed song James Andrew SeatS the min that shot and missed the spar and giveaway the Goebfl plot Bah Jutise Andnw and so on It is the richest tiling nutThe Condition Precedant Loxington Herald June 17th wereVafjinous in their forgiveness of the nOd Democrats Tiie oil of their loving forgiveness was us iuexhaus tiblo as the widows cruse of oil im mortalized by sacred Scriptue And timers seemed to be sonic rivalry as to whicli speaker could be preem i nnn ill this delIcious und pious role of forgiving brother Mr Beckbam vied with I Ir Black md Gen Lewis wept tears of love in commingled streams with StnltorlHI kburrli ant then as an object lesson our consis tent and unambitious friend Mr Charles Metcalfe who has never wanted what ho coihl get and never got anything he wanted was pre seated as the brand snatched from IheelIin a Louisville hotel as tho lost coin for which tho housewife so deftly amid anxiously swept and he gave in gratitudeIof dear old hymns were huunned and whistled some singing I once was lost but nowam found t White others sang- Amazimmggracehowssveettilesoun That saved a wretch like me And others not recalling any hymn or spiiital song Sallig Ilally around tho flag boys rally around the llag It was indeed a happy scene when erring brother Mtlcalfo gave hIs confession Alas Alas that should have been tho sole lam b811ed by grace the only sinner redeemed amendments proposed to the Goe lei law lie becomes immortal in the isolation of his conversion in repentance openfterestingflgure at barbecues picnics and other gatherings as cuteAll these speeches and resolutions are the merest claptrap mind folly I they deceive no ono they are main andnWho are tho erring brethren in vited back to confess sins to humil prolussionsgold men who refused to vote for BryanMtmstmit they were in error in their views and ask pardon Is this the condition upon which Mr Watterson Mr W B Haldeman Mr Aaron Kohn Mr Zack Pb lpsCol Bennett Young and others have been received are these the erring brethren of whom Senator Blackburn Mr Black and others spoke Or are the Brown Democrats these erring brethren and if so who among them have returned and putting their bands over their mouths and their mouths In the dusthavo cried Unclean unclean II IIiisBtownor Johnston or Sweeney or Hines or Capt Thompson or the men iu Montgomery or the Demo crats of Louisville disfranchised by tho Legislature and the State Board cried Puccuv peceavlor does any of those oily and sweettempered- open door orators believe that they will confess their sins Mr Black umiitimigagainstlie vague remembrance of having seen or hearth this phrase before uniting c t I tT 4 I1Y7j V F 3sf3 with whom against whom What enemy ever tin or bald such Lifter i cruel unjust unscrupulous and iu idefensible things as were said nnd fIdone at the Louisville convention and during the late canvass nndsince Slanders without number personal abuse without regard to lifebasodeliberate dUrranchisemcnt are these evidences of that brotherly love uud sweet forgiveness of which so utteredAsoumidmoneyDempcratmayflnd t to return to the Bryan tDemnocramey upon lhe ground bait lie I oelleves all uanger from the silver threat is over that for tho present tho currency question bns been so lesialational This is a question for every manto answer for himself gentlemancan seekingfurdon j trollS to such a nina these speeches asiIiSUItIIlJwoo accepts pardon upon such terms toPBut what Brown Democrat can ac ICpt such protler The unalterable 1facts which he knew Loulsvmiloconvezitionareandaisyay forgeries of Inspectorsguilty of that miserable crime are ortletiflablo adjudication 0of the Legis laturo and the State Board not been reversed and are endorsed tUroVntucky Is sharp and divides the State J into two armies and not Into two Q parties It is not a political issue ic is not a difference betweenDeniocrats as such Dud Republicans as such It goes to the foundation of our in stitutlons it involves the very fun damentals of civil liberty it involves tbo right of the fairness and nestyot our courts the im partiality of our judicial tribunals the truthfulness of our legislative journals and the sanctity of tho hal lot box fr The common enemy orJ41presout standswhutDeUiocracmcunseveryJJ tors who control that organization are turned out or power ana the Isretieemedromitspresenttymnny are bestowed upon such members as MriOymItZ and Mr Yonts whose sole service has been to prostitute theenormous and irresponsible powers granted to them to install the de tented in tbe offices for which they bad been defeated so as they who taught and advised howicglsla live j jurnals could be time uuhoiypurposeofsecurjngemgz whom thepeople rejected are given placeproin thetrueganlzatlon to defeat these men Letus be frank with each other Your proposed amendments to the Goetel law are meant to client at another elecion they have the same purpose byat t Ujebel law Is a burden too lieauvy to offlees I the stolen guudj gotten under that Infamous law unit to get furtlur of flees atmtl power under some amend 4ment which will be more effective md lesi odious Wo understand the trick we are not deceived by the houpyeil words if pretended lavitu lions nor by time pretense of a limit yourepealpartial and decent electoral syst ui and then reorganize the true Democ racy or you will beat us enact a more infamous law than time Goebel law nail ostracize every man who will not submit to tho domination of the present leadership We hava never left time Dcmoeratcparty We have been early manhood since before the war between time States an intense Democrat wo are today a more fervent Democrat than ever before With Jefferson and Jackson with John C Breckinridgo 4 imlauyotlicrDeinocr4tswe territoryliefree trade universal commerce but libertyLupure ballot box in honest courts and loyal submission to tho will of the people as expressed at the polls For this we have made sacrifices to ac complish the firm guaranty of these to our State and future we tieready to make further sacrifficeri Anti we represent thousands of Deal ocrats trueearnest real Democrats And when the convention to now forGovernornicets1mm stand that empty resolution foils speeches rhetorical flourishes about forgiveness will deceive no one Time repeal of time Goebel law la the condition precedent of nay toward reunion The independent Democrats of Kentucky are both independent and resolute To those who drink whisky of addsjfor healths sake HAIl PER Whisky makes life worth MT log Sold by J W Lane Owings yule Ky and Lane ci Hazelrigjr Olympian Springs Ky JAMES ROSS AGENT FOB Home Steam LaUndry MT STERLING KY SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Yours IATROXAQ 3 IS SOLICITED Office in OUTLOOK OFFICE for a Good Shave OK FIRSTCLASS HAIRCUT OK SHAMPOO GO TO TUB Parlor Barber Shop In cellar under Owimigsville Banking Co Special attention paid to clean ing amid trimnuming ladies and cliii jhiouseifdeslred ROBERT JOHNSON PALACE BARBER SHOP L 4 C P flANN Prop 1 Owingsville Ky I have moved to the pocket ono I i door from O C Harris nieatstore jwhere you will always find sharp razors unit clean towels I solicit your patromsgu 43 The Outlook and Daily Evening Post 385 I1