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A tr 5 i o 1 1 r v il 11 J t c z jI4It ltIlE4 N J JT Eb tt1iiIQitIillt utiook f s os 1 2 VOL XXI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 5 1900 NO 50 JUNEEARGAiNS AT G LLQNZ UIll order to reduce l 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 I TERMS CASH JAMES GILJUGK MAIN ST WINGSVIL IB KY ia uP 51 When sou have a news item or wish to communi ute with TITS OUTLooK office by phone ring up 7 4 As a rule a mans a fool When its hot he wants it cool t r Whan its cool he wants it hot Always wanting what is not 4 Louisville Post a Next Monday will be County is Court day The late rains made a fine crop secureIa For A stylish turnout of any des Vripton go toJ7 Last Friday was bbt but Satur day cool b atI Its nearly hot enough for that old questionwl T S Shrout has mo red his fur niture stock to the C IL Hoon I store room I The crops where not injured by the washing rains are growing sat f iafactorilyt ftinterestt 4 4 ry in the grocery store There are several cases or cliol all era morbus in town probably Ecaused by eating now potatoes Inl 2 E C PERRY Dentist located over J M Richarts store Office i hours 8 to 12 a m i 1 to 5 p m E feiL C ReynoldRJuet from S No S iB G B Cwill begin touching of July 9th at Washington Branch avho l4ouse i 4 tyare eating Georgia poaches in Louisville and perhaps inciden tally boomfag the extract of Jam Et4 1Get prices nthe Ciiaiupionl Mowers and Malta Double Shovel L Plow and Cultivators at Eugene Minitmn t41tr1t9ct J H Richart wan in Mt Sterling 1 tMtndw and sold at 70 cent to one to 7 = of the mills his wheat grown on bit Montgomery Co farm 31 The exe S3 of rnin hits nlmopt i destroyed the growing crop of lo j barco In the Dark district of Wes I tern Kentucky and Tennessee tTc fofthe record for the 1899 crop last a week at that city bringing 19Tt RUDI have bought the stockS ofTurniture that belonged to cn Hoon estate and have moved e my business to the Hoon store room and desiring to make room 7 to put all my goods in one house I I mIlcHat greatly reduced price J iir for thirty daystI ljThewheat threshers are moving Every few days a traction engine goes through town and i I I three threshers passed through 4 Monday As this edition was being rune tfrom the press the Glorious Fourth I was passing It was understood 11 that it would be twentyfour hours l passing a given point AArthur T Byron had the mister tune to sever the arteries in his r wrist by the inexperienced hand b ling of a saddlers knife last Satur f day The wound is a severe one 5 The Spencer Boyd farm of 316 acres near Reynoldsvillo was bought at the Commissioners sale last Saturday by John Fraley and Wm I A Young of Morehead at 48 perI acreIA shower fell every hour or so Wednesday and Thursday of last week and late Thursday afternoon the downpour was about as heavy for a considerable while as ever seen c Misses Anna and Edva Peters gave a euchre party to their youngr friends last Friday night rcourse those accomplished young hqBtesseamade their guests enjoy V T the occasion to the fullest UxcLtiMED LETTKHS Remaining r in the Ovdngsvillo poetofllco July 3d 1900 Miss Maude Reynolds t Miss Mottle Barnett Rig ii gin Mrs Ludeda McCarty Robert Overley Persons calling for above I Cttet8 please say advertised J N BYRON P M Eleven good citizens came down from Yale Saturday night to at- tendi i the K of P lodge Seven of them finished taking their degrees They were a Jolly lot and Jae W- TXneBz p saloon treated them to Jiain sandwich lunch after hours l MASHED FJSGEBS Last Satur day eaorning Town Marshal James yEmonswas out at Preston helping to a carload of ice and t beer for DN Young A keg of beer slipped and caught Jims hand iiTdS four fingers on the left hand He suffered very much coming to town F Dr Taulbee dressed his fingers 4 v I r qJJ F 1Jr i r MENSAND BOYS CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS ETG KI C H Hooxs EsTuTnJ J Lacy executor sold to T S Shrout thd furniture and undertaking stock and leased him the building for five years all belonging to the state of C H Hoon Paxton k Denton bought the estates furni ure car and safes Mies Martha Dennis of Mt Storg ling writes that she always b Tnc OLTLOOK with pleasure as italiko a nice long letter from the homo of her childhood She sends her kindest rgarelll to her manyc at Slate Valley Prickly Ashv nd Naylors Branch FIRK AT BETHEL The former JbSmont tobacco warehouse atdBethel owned and Robertson Broe burned Mondayq night with about 100000 lbs of to ooco The building cost the Roba1000 It antI the contentn ere insured Charley Williams lost n wngon and Will Henderson a buggy in the same fire Ho FOR THE MOUNTAINS The Licking Valley Outing Club omb posed of several of the mature and of both sexes of this flowncamping trip near T C Ragb nds on upper Licking They have ordered new tents andII necessary outfit The Club membership is already full having thnt con be entertained STUCCK BT LIGHTHIKO Lighta ning knocked a hole in the end of II GoodpnsUrs barn Thursday afternoon but didnt hurt a pair Taules in the boruwLightning knocked some planks j oft of the residence Sf George Annc Berthy of color but did no otherg damage Thursday afternoon Wednesday afternoon of lasttl week lightning struck n trce O- nmmetParks fnrm on upper Pricka Ash and tlien jumped to the 0SitSlierburno telephone linedestroy ing sevfjul of the poles DASOFuors H IL IISOBPISO e Some folks who went mbeic11 the hop at Mt terling Tuesday night of last week had a narrow e cape from belnZ run over by thedtrain at the Evrington crossingw The night wnq dark and the foremost vehicle was right atJthe truck when the train rushed ifevaway wrecking the vehicle P nd injuring itself on a wire fence w ne of the young ladies faintedhhat crossing is an erous place and if not protected some way will cause great horrorst yet SCIIUEKS HnE1he harbinger of summer the buzzing bronzedt odorous June bug tho ori redeemable greenback is here ready o help harvest the succulent blackberry which is about ripe The Juno bug is quite the handsomest and most aristocratic of bugs and f ho only used a better brand ofthandkerchief extract he would beyond criticism so far as his per on is concerned However he grave faults as Jim Miller the 10I cal colored Sol Smith Russell em balmed them in VerieeBugYoum Youra eat all the blnckberrIesiIMom crap offen youin wing RUKAWAT ACCIDENT L as t f Thursday afternoon Miss Mattie Wheatley was returning home to White Oak from this place In go Inm down the town lull toward Prickly Ash the horso she was driving gottecared at the planing mill ran off Miss Mattie had just recovered from an attack of meal los and was too weak to restrain the horse How vershe kept it in the road until she got nearly to the foot of the bill In going over a waterbreak the horse got the ad vantage ran into the shed of W W Cases blacksmith shop and the wheels struck the post releasing the horse from the buggy Miss Mattie was thrown over the dashboard and her shoulder and arm bruisea SPECIAL RATEsFor Chautau qua and Special train service July 4th On account of the Lexington Cbautnuqua Assembly the Chesa pcako and Ohio Railway will sell roundtrip tickets to Lexington at low rates from all stations between Brighton and Ashland Ky inclu sive from June 25th to July 6th limited to return until July 8th On July 4th an especially attrac live end interesting program has been arranged fur the entire day At night a celebrated magician will exhibit wonderful feats of magic a singeand the evening entertainment will close with a large number of vita graph moving pictures of scenes e f the late Boor war To enable every one to spend the entire day in Lexington a Spociul train will lea vv Lexington at 1030 p m for Winchester Mt Sterling and intermediate points Make your arrangements to visit Lexing ton on the Fourth of July 3IF jI ttU l Ai- Yl taIhry A dJ t r t LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET By George R Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CoJuno 30 1900 There has been some irregv ularity in tho market this week some of tho low grades have been a few bids off but the good to finel led and lugs have sold well We old a crop of 12 hhds from the round up for J II oilman of Shel y county that averaged 1077Cnd we also sold a crop for countyIrop of 14 hubrIs These sales were ery satisfactory to the shippers This shows what good crops of to acco in good order will averagec hen placed on tho market Two ays this week the sales have been uite largeMCLoronDRST Tho clouds got in weaving way last Thursday afternoon and wove back and lorthrbetween the town ridge mountains on the Mcnifee county line The aqueous warp and woof made a fabric that was anything ut waterproof so the rain fell in torrents at intervals of only a few minutes until tho ground was C- ooded and the watercourses didvuch damage in tho Preston neigh Little Mill Creek and ain Mill Creek wore higher than ever known sweeping away the wheat corn soil and fencing on the bottoms Among the losses wore art Jackson four acres of wheatv nd four acres of corn soil and all James Clark fifteen acres of wheatL estimated at more than 300 ofJohn F Johnson twenty acres of heat except a few shocks also liencinorn in Mill Creek bottoms was- enerally leveled jvith the ground wo hundred ynrdsfrom the Pres station the railroad company ade a pond some twenty veirf go and it was stocked with fish byttun V Johnson The pond IICIllnnda good many of the fish e Ifft tho pond and werij left strand d on the railroad truck by the re eding waters and were gathomi up WHATS A MAN TO JuhConO said tho undertakers ife Mr Smith hasnt pnid the ill for his wifes funeral yet Isnt that scandalous exclaim d Mrs Gabble 1 should think od be ashamed to let the pentie see how little he thought of his ifeYes and his brother Tnhnwhen is wife woe buried paid the very next day d Huh I Feared like he was glad o get rid of her didnt itPhilad- elphia Press Wur HE TREKKED Johnny en- ering pnrlorOh itSjOU is it Why I thought Mr Softlcigh You thought what Johnny JohnnyI thought it was one of them fellers from South Africa youhinkJohnny Why Sis said that she was going to try to get rid of a tonigbt And Mr Softleigh trekked soon afterward Baltimore American Hows BUSINESS A follow says e went down the other dayand sked several men how business was with them Each answered as ollowsTailorSew sew- UndertakerDend Butcher All cut up RagmanPicking up Cripple I cant kick BlacksmithRed hot HatterGoing ahead IoctorGctting better Blind Man Out of sight Stove ManWarmIng up Shoo ManPegging along Engineer high pressure PlumberWere making connec tionsCoal DealerOutlook black Barber Im scraping along PharmacistMarket drugged Watchmaker Too much tick Painter rushing up Street Sprinkler Just a sprinkle of business here and theroEx DISGUSTED WITH MXNA young man who has tried two months olr soldier hfo writes home to tell how ho misses the society of women Fellow citizens if you want to ap predate a woman got away from her You dont know what the Cre ator did when he performed the first surgical operation on Adam If you want to know what a grand glorious and sugarcoated thing n woman is just join the army as I did See nothing but men from morning till night Join the army and loaf with men eat with men talk with men help men carry men walk over men shoot men sucoor men see men men men and noth ing but men live in perpetual at mosphere of profanity at tho end of three weeks you would bo pas sionatcly enamored with the mum my of an Egyptian servant girl and give her an electrical kiss that would burn three thousand years of dried hide into flushed and velvety animation Ex t tf t PERSONAL J B Goodpaster went to LouisI ihlo Tuesday afternoonbArthur Power nnd Will Arnold ere in Mt Sterling Saturday Misses Clara Baecom and Mary Dawson spent Friday in Lexington C P Mann visited relatives at arlisle from Sunday until Wed ncsdnyIJJames Ross was a guest of Ed Land in Mt Sterling Saturdayand Sunday Miss Carrie Banta of Eminence Jtiea Mrs T W Ewing returned onday from a visit to friends atoLexington Mr and Mrs Horace Lane visited r in Mt Sterling Monday n and TuesdaylA many 0 are attending the Lexington OhautaUr qua this week flonnisit to relatives heretlMiss Lucy Thompson of Mont gomery county is a guest of Miss Myrtle Stout near town Mrs C P Mann and childreni returned Thursday from isit to relatives at Carlisle r Win L Killpatrick and son ewis of Mt Sterling were guests Wm H Dnugherty Sunday Colonel Gatewood of Mt Ster ng came over last week to visit Bob Catlott and other relatives u Mrs Carrie Lacy and childrenc left Saturday for n visit Alice Wilaon near Winchesteri Mrs W P Strader of Lexing on came Tuesday to visit her pur ats Mr and Mrs J J Nesbitt S S Pinney of Mt Sterling from CJilllllMay till Sunday with lila family lit i M Hnstirers Miss Lillian Armstrong returned from Mt Sterlint Snttirdny to be the guest of Miss Lillian Dniighcr t tyrMiss Mary Wnodford of Mt Stirhrig arrived Saturday to lie the guest of Mrs E 11 Goodpas er aDFlemingsburg Gazette was here calling on the young ladies Sunf aymMiss Walter Mae Ratliff of Hald Eagle left last week to visit her aunt Mrs Jus Harper at Cntletts burg Miss Nina Huzelrigg returned Saturday from Mt Sterling where she had been visiting the Misses Land- t Mrs Adam Baum and Miss Asenia McKee of Mt Sterling came Saturday to visit Mrs Alex t ConnerIMiss Haddie January who had been the guest of Mrs E H Good lastcr returned homo to Maysvillo MondayIMiss Sudie Stout loft Sunday for Gate City Va to be with her randmotherwho was stricken with paralysis Dr and Mrs Wm C Nesbitt and daughter Miss Alma of Mt Stor ling were guests of Mrs Belle Allen Sunday Mrs George Lath ram Jr aCterI a visit of two week with relatives in the county returned home to Midway Friday Leslie Shrout of near town and Gay Shrout of Mt Sterling leftI Sunday for a twoweeks visit toIKansas City Mo Miss Ollie Hart of Roes Run left last Thursday for a tendays visit to friends in Montgomery Co and on Peeled Oak Judge and Mrs C W Goodpas tsr and son Sherman spout from Sunday until Tuesday with rea three at Sharpsburg Mrs B M Goodpaster and sons Scott and Alex went Saturday to visit her brother Charley Scott at Sherburne returning home Sunday Little Miss Mary Catherine and Marter Equinas Laughlin of Mt Sterling are visiting their uncle and aunt Dr and Mrs J H Taul bee Misses Emily Brother and Lorena Perry returned Friday from Mt Sterling where they attended the dances Tuesday and Thursday nights IMrs C W Honakcr Jr returned home Sunday from a twoweeks visit to her brothers James und Jessie Jackson at Spencer Mont gomery Co- Misses Emily Brother Mary Pat terson Amy Brooks and Sophia Amos attended the leap year hop given by the young ladies of the Last Chance Dancing Club at Mt Sterling Tuesday night I ti Miss Rebecca Aahton who had been the guest of Mrs N U Pat Orson for several days wont to Fleniingsburg Monday for a visit efore returning to her home at Covington Miss Laura Withers of Sharps burg returned Monday from a soy eral weeks visit to Miss Sadie Nol cini at Winchester Miss Nolcini accompanied her home and will re ain some time contemplutesleaving her cousin Mrs Lena Duncan Adams at Baltimore Md She will- robably spend somo time in Wash City Old Point Comfort nd probably New York City Rev R A Walton was operated n last week in Baltimore for a kidney affectiou J M Richart doingicelylatter part of this week accompan ed by his wife and little daughter Elizabeth LETTER FROM TUG PnILlrrINESI Mny6thHJOOEditor here have been volumes written the newspapers and magazines concerning our new possessions in tho Orient and so far there have been only two subjects considered that is the island of Luzon andI ts people It is but natural that Luzon should be of moro interest o us than any of the other islands for it has boon the theater of our war with the Filipinos as well as the Spaniards It has cost us dear in blood and treasure and is the largest and most progressive island largestityof all the trade of this group bnYIinThe next heel island to Luzon is Mindanao It lies to the south of Luzon about GOO miles and is about 500 mJles north of the Equator ItI has an area of 16595 square miles Mil has papjilatVin of G11OOQ manybaysis drained by numerous and beau iful rivers This island is very ich in natural resources There isflumberinx in her mountains Untold wealth in minerals und her hilltop are crowned with the most valuable timbers her mutiny valleys nd plains with a virgin soil teem nti with wild grass and flowers otted here and there with beauti ul groves ot cocoanuts and banan is Zamboanza in the capital and the largest city on the island There are four races of people on thisialondTbey are different Cram each other in manners and customs and speak different lan guages The Filipinos of Manda nao are not like the Filipinos of Luzon They wont have anything o do with them and are loyal to the Americans They are more progressive and industrious than he natives of Luzon They have i disposition to got along in peace and by honest toil Their houses are built of bamboo and are placed upon posts about eight feet from he ground for protection from the rainyseason There are about 200000 of them and they are all Catholics There is another class hero called Morros They are very much like tho Indians of America and are just as treacherous They are in tho majority There are about 400000 of them they are nil Mo iiammednns and are divided into tribes Each tribe has its chief or datto as theyare called hero His word is their law They have no fixed homes but roam about where over their ignorant fancies lead them They are very fond of boats and most always travel that way They are all hostile tQward one another and are very bitter against the Filipinos When they fight one another it is a duel to doth They generally fight with their bolos which are something like a large knife Somo of them have spears The Datto hero at this place has the strongest force and a good many of them have guns His name is Piang Ho is a great friend to tho Americans but the rest of the tribesare hostile toward us They live in the mountains Two companies of the 31st hind a battle with them killed 40 of them and two dattos We had two men wounded They mpde a raid on the Morros down on the river and stole everything they had and took all the women and children for slaves So when the soldiers were sent up there and demanded the property they answered by firing on the soldiers but they were soon taught a lesson We are expecting more trouble with them A Filipino had a fight with one of the Morros and ho out the Morro all to pieces with a bolo So Datto Piang sent three of his mon to catch the Filipino In a day or so they came back carrying the Filipinos head They do not bury any one whoa they kill them it u a very common thing to see their dand bodies floating down the river I We are in camp on the hanks of the Rio Grande river and the Mor ros are very thickly settled on its banks To the south of us lives another class of Morros who are called Christians They have renounced Mohammedanism and the rest of the Morros dont like them for they think ho who is not a Mohammedan is their enemy they would not allow them to raise anything if they did they wouldrob them so they were rill starving to death when we came here We send patrols all out through thbir country to protect them from thoI other tribes When two Morros belonging to the same tribe have a fight and one is killed the other one runs amok that is he starts off in a run and kills everybody In reach of him friend or foe and he continues un til he is killed They have a big time when one of them gets married we dont get any sleep here for about n week they beat tomtoms and native drums making the most frightful noiso I ever hoard They can have as many wives as they can pay for they have to pay the Datto for thorn Each Datto has slaves For cer tain crimes they are put in slavery and remain so until they die If they run off their masters never stop till they capture them and when thoy catch them they cut their heads off They have no prido in their dressing and they can live on little or nothing Fishing is their principle occupation There is plentyof game here Deer arc plentiful and wild hogs also The money they use here is Span jehand Mexican Their dollars have one half the value of our mono ey and when they give us change they always give us their money nnd keep our moneyall of the business is dono by Chinesb Here at Cottobatto all of tho merchants are Chinese This is a very rich countryaround Cottobatto It is about six miles from the coast and on the banks of the Rio Grande Only small octika steamers can gtup to this place In the valleys along the river ara fine fields of rice and many sugar plantations fqfrulUpthe world with hemp There is plenty of gold here They are now working a mine about ten miles above here After they get a ctvll gofern inent here and get business started up this will bo a great country In all parts of the Islands where the natives have submitted to American rule they nre enjoying a prosperity they never had before They are pleased with the Americans and are finding out they have been de ceived as to our intentions and it is a sure thing they could never successfully establish self government for those who are contending for self government represent but a Bniitll part of the people on these islands They are of the lowest grade A government made by them would be rejected by the others and to turn these islands over to these people would be H national crime It should not be considered for a moment but we should give to thorn as liberal a government as will be consistent with the peace and welfare of the islands It will not only bean advantage to them butit will be to us The natural resources of these islands will soon send back to our treasury double the amount we have expended putting down the rebellion and establishing a govI crnment that will preserve and protect the most sacred rights of manWell as I have to go out on patrol anti the mail steamer is ready to leave I will close for this time and will keep you informed of the conditions here in the future FRANK WILLIAMS Co B 31st U S V WHaT COUNTS Tho candidate he kissed the babe and rubbed the heads of Sam and Sue he swore the twins were beautifuland wish ho had twobut that dont count Ele asked about the corn bread which he vainly tried to chow and forthwith begged for tho recipe i of course that pleased wabut that dont count But just before he left he stopped and winkedcloscd up his jaw and slipping out behind the barn he took a drink with pIAand thats what countsEx DOMESTIC GARKULITT This hap pened in Baltimore Oh yes I know you are the census man warm day i take a seat Ive gotten all the facts for you My husband John Moore is forty I am thirty two i we have seven children i they are all well now Butput in the census man Yes yes you neednt ask me any questions Im telling you us fast as I can Tommy our oldest boy had the measles when he was three He first began to walk when he was eight months old and the day after ho was ten months old lie could walk clear around the room without holding to anything He fell down stairs when he was four i EUGENE MINIHAN MANUFACTURER oF Firstcass Handmade Saddles and Harness At tHE LOWEST PRICES ONE SET OIF MY HANDMADE BUY HARNESS Will wear longer than two seta of other makes They are safer to L use audi look better There is no saddle that compares with my KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLES What you pay for Saddles Is not as important as what you get for your money Quality reputation workmanship is what s1ddlcsprompttIvery low price Come and get my prices EUGENE MmiHAlNT QwiNGSViLLE KY SAML P ATCHISON bRUCCISTt FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBMOS CIGARS ETC M Pa Ion Denton a SUCCESSORS TO PAXTON I SON UNDERTAKERS dealers in- FURNITURE MASONIC BLDG OWINGSV1ULE I PALMER c COONS SUCCESSORS TO LIGHTFOOT at SHROUT WILL DO YOUR BLACKSMITHINC AND REPAIRINC AT R0CKB0TT0M PRICES All Work Guaranteed jive Them a Call STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF FARMERS BANK Owingsvllle Ky at close of bcsiness Jtfhe SO 1900 RESOURCES Loans and discounts less loans to Directors 10570037 Loans to DirectorsOfflcers not included 00000 Loans to Officers 00000 Overdrafts Hf Jl8 BnkglIouseFurniture 6000 00 Due from Nation al BanJcs 73705 21 Duo from State Hanks 139511 Rcvcmfe Stamps 49000 Cash on hlI nV3S2l =02ffJ9K 309319 09 Sworn to before by JT Lacy 1900 J R BROTHER Jfotary Public Correct J B Directors C OOODPASTER tit c IK the June 190bV RESOURCES Loans and discounts less loans to Directors UiIOJ 77 6403 00 Overdrafts secured arid secured fJfrls 03 Due from National Banks 973637 Duo from State Banks ft Bankers 817 4910683 86 Banking House and Lot 289820 Specie 132660 Currency 100500323160 Other Items carried asC8s031 92 Furnituroand Fixtures 26239 Expense account 255246 Revenue Stamps 12984 74874 13 and sworn before iRe by Brown July lyS GUDORLL Notary Public Co if years three and thirteen days old but it didnt hurt him any and liked ice cream from the first time ever tasted I cant get him to eat gravy but had his first piece steak when fifteen months old Johnnie the next to the oldest Madam stop cried the enumerator answer my Questions dont want know any more about your children And then the woman got angry and the census taker also lost his temper and SAU JONES VAT I TEItSONI spent some hours Henry Wntterson some time ago on a Baltimore Ohio train between Louis and Louisville He the living editor this tinent There been six great editors my Dana McCullagh Medill Grady and Wat tenon The most brilliant the gifted bright enthusiastic His rhetoric had cry color the rainbow the fra grance a rose and tho sparkle a Poetry and pathos made his pen and tongue as mag netic as brilliant talks as lovingly as a mother the nursery today and tomorrow writes as vicious cs a viper will take you into the Etlen his better side today then turn sides and swamp you like a from the earth tomorrow His lecture Abraham Lincoln is a mas apiece eloquence and power His editorials the political I uation Kentucky as full o venom as they devoid truth S LIABILITIES t Capital Stock 40000 I c- surplus fundv 15000 t UndivIded Profits 04j Fund to Taxes 8750a Due State Manltsj403LBDue Uo Individual Deposits 24551675 4 f tS RiI41t 730981009 me July 2 t GOODPASTKK JTK1MBROUGH J r QuarterlyReportofS OWINGSYILIJ BANKING coPt IAt business tin brainiest diamond versatile cyclone LIABILITIES A Capital Stock 3000000 Surplus Fund 155137 Duo sifots follows 4iB3t09i Interest account 1488 174874 t tS1JSubscribed to TV H Cashfer IIIL for Bath Ky RICHART4President 1Jmonths he he it he of he was stop I to leftExE- veNosLis ON with St is on con have in dayGreeley of sixGrndywns ev of of of aloadetone- Vatterson he bites He of of on sit in are are of dI 00 i1664 N close of 30 in on as 1 67 fq a 13 r Sfl I CLM I 2 Take Watterson out of politics and you read him light but when the light pardlanIgenius and the splendid his mind are employed for ends and perverted for political ends the orchestra is transformed into a Jargon of tin pans in Fourth of July procession Socially Wat tersoii is genial pleasant enter taining On the platform he ii both orator and statesman on Kentucky politics he iswe shall not see his like again Elkton Progress The famous whisky of famous mel A Is HARPER because of its smooth exquisite flavor because of fr matchless purity because of its mefSlow age No wonder its the favorite Every drop sterling HARPER I VHISKYsold by J W Lane Ow fngsvillo Ky and Lane Hazer Jrigg Olympian Springs Ky JAMES ROSS AGENT FO- RHonreSfeanT Lalmdryv jMT STERLING KY SATISFACTION GUARANTEED YOUR VTBONAQS IS SOLICITED Office in OUTLOOK OFFICE For a Good Stave ou FIRSTCLASS HAIRCUT o SHAMPOO ao TO TUB Parlor Batter Shop In collar under Owingsville Banking Co Special attention paid to CleanSlog and trimming ladies and cftil drens hair Work done at your house if desire- dj ROBERT JOHNSON J Owinosviiie Outlook 0 OCTLOOK PDBL1SHINQ CO Publishers I fiWDfGSVILLE KENTUCKY t BE GLAD Be Rind when the flowers have faded Be glad when the trees are bare When the fog lies thick on the fields and Ard moors the frost Is In the alr1 I When all around Is a detcrt And the clouds obrcure the light fVhfn daj there are no pangs for the darkest No stars for the longest night a Be gad when the world Is lonely i1Andthe heart has been bereft 1 of all the loves of the young spring 4timeScarcely a friend Is left 1 Ii Be glad In the desolate valley TtIs far behind And the gloom Its task fulfill yes for the truest gladncrt not In ease or mirth 1Ahhas Its home In the hrart of Rod ot In the loves of earth love Is the same foreverS the skies are bright or dim dayWhenMarianne Famlrgham In ChrlMlan WorM ittrrin SUIY oj Ajriy Life n The rWtybmcsI- Coryricht iS0 Jjy F Tennyson Nttll t a CHAPTER XVII CovnNVEn 4notlier week rolled by The tide of battle had sweptlnland and northward i and nil even Were on the plucky advance jofMaeArthnrs strong division while far out to the south and east the thinned antI depleted lines of Aidrr on i Insurgent force that forever cmenace but dare not attack The 1Prmeal Dudes sorely musing their calmly energetic colonel had drifted t Into a war of words with their nearest neighbors on the firing line a far we st era regiment gifted with great com mand of language and small regard for style The latter had crowed mightily over their more rigorously disciplined dcomrades because of the compliments bestowed on them in an official report wherein the Duties received only honor able mention It was Capt Strieker of the volunteers who had led the dath onIs the rebel works across the Tripa to thee left of Blockhoure 12 It was their Sergt Finney who whacked a Filipino major with the butt of his Springfield and tumbled out tJr him the batch of re ports and records that gave the null bees and positions of every unit of I Pilars divUion on the southward zone It was their Corporal Norton who got 4 t the Mauser through the shoulder just os foremost in the rush he bayoneted I the last Tagal at the Krupp guns in the 4rirer redoubt It was his devoted Ibnnky Private tatrobe who volun I leered to cariyr the division com I manders dispatcli across the open rice field and the yawning ditches that sep arated the staff from the ret of the charging teenth and who died glo riously in the rush on the rebel wqrks t Man after mnn of tIle woolly westerners bad been referred to by name while thes Dudes hsd nothing to show but their wounded colonels modest report that where Very officer and man appeared 0 do his whole duty it would be un just to make especial mention of even a limited few The Dnde were getting Lot over the taunts of the Toughs BE tome one had misnamed their neigh bon and one night when there was pointrulZrtJ foe there wat heard a shrill voice from the flauk of the rifle pit nearest the t avesterners and what it saul was re h peated in coicerzurnt oer the brigade 1 bore the Dudes were another tiny I older t1 Well uitsh your tteviu gang We 1made our record for ourselves anyb anytrom regular as rIoudid And that was why Sergt Sterne of the Dudes was tent for by the field 1 officers of both regiments the follow ing morning cod bidden to explain which lIe did in a few words He was ready to answer that the wounded Corporal Norton was the very same ynung man he saw in the adjutants office of the trrnth regulars at Camp j Merritt nod waslhen called Morton t And that eveninplhe veteran sergeant major of the tenth was bidden to4 report nt the reserve hospital in Kr mlta close to theMnlate line was con ducted to the bed idr of a pallid young coldier whose ticlcct bore the name of Norton and was aVked to tell whetherq lie had ever seen him before I have sir said the veteran sadly i and gravely He II a deserter from the His name on our rolls was forton And that night Col Arm strong cabled to 4Primatet New York 4 the single word lfound Nor was It likely the lad wodld soon be lest again for a sentry with fixed bayonet stood within ten feet of his bed with orders I not to let him out pf his sight a second Mrs Garrison appeared at the hos i j pital that tery evening and heard of the episode and reached Billy Grays bed tide looking harassed even haggard During the pnst three days she had been accorded admission for Graywas so much improvedtliere was no reason to j longer forbid but on each occasion the wounded volunteerlofflcf rand the brace of attendants present had precluded all possibility of confidential talk She UIwa and then I o1I0thing would do said Mrs Garrison bigjIand be made strong and well again made to give up those letters too jI thought she for she had wormed it out i of a bystander that a packet of some J Y kind had been given by the dying sol dier to the lieutenant and she well A knew what it must be She had evens penned him a little note riaur not a I fi whisper could be safely exchanged and headed it Girethisback to me the mo mentypuhavereadit Init she remind V ed him of his promise anddid he need thatSn been In rr trusted to his care She assured him J she had it straight from the surgeon himJt mu ti no man on earth but must come to her telltHe gave bade the note but closed his eyec and turned away In the presence i of Armstrong day after day and in the 4 recollection of Lat bes dying face and strickenJplainlytt Ht bad wrapped n silk handkerchief d z ba t ivOJ I i iJtJp L A itt tlI lf1f j t tJ c c l t JI i t t n 1 I I t about the packet anti still kept it with his watch and purse beneath his pillow He would not tell her where it lay She smiled archly for the benefit of the at tendant but her eyes again eagerly claimed n look from his her lips framed the word tomorrow Hut neither on that morrow nor yet the next day value her opportunity The gallant fellow who had lain there for days dumb and patient but a bar rice to her plans had taken n turn for the worse and she was again denied ad mission Then cane the tidings that the barrier was removed the long fight was over anti the heartless woman actually rejoiced Now at last she could talk to Will Gray and when mid night came slit knew that now at last tIle must for Frank Garrison worn and weary returning late from tin front briefly announced that Get Drayton purposed visiting the hospital the following afternoon and long before noon long before visiting hours in fuel she was there with flowers as winsome us her milmltl some jelly as dainty as her own fair hands Slit was there and the instant the hour sounded was ushered in and Hilly Gray propped on his pillows was writ lug to his fat her and alone No time was to be lost Any moment thnt tendant might return She threw bier self on her knees beside the homely narrow tot seized his hand in hers and looked him In the face Where tint theyWillVshe pleaded Quick Imll Ime them now Itut well slit realized that the spell was broken that tin old fascination had died itsdeath Then it was useless to hint at love and in a torrent of impassioned words she bade him think of all he owed her appealed to his sense of gratitude and honor and there too failed for admitting all she claimed he clumsily haltingly yet honestly told her he taw now that it was all for an object all done in the hope that he might become her instru ment for the recovery of those corn promising letters and now the fate hind delivered them into his bunds he was hound by honor and his promise un heard uns oken perhaps hut all the same his proniije to the dead to gie them to Gen Irny ton Then rising in fury and denunciation she played her last trump Trembling from hml to toot pale with ha filed pur pose and with grow ing dread she bent liter him both hands clinched Vou mad fiuolshie cried Do yon know what I can tba iiiiTuiiilssyon ghe them to me here and IIOW As God hears me Will Gray I will give that other packet to nell Dra toll my self and fcwcar that Col Canker was right that you were the thief he thought you and that got those let ten from you Porn inoment hie stood here menac ing at his bedside looking down in al w I QuIck must have theta rvh t malignant triumph on his amazed cad incredulous face and then with an awful fear chrckingthe heat of her heart nail turning her veins to ice slit grasped at the flimsy framework that supported the netting over time rot and stood swaying nnd staggering her eyes fixed in terror on the man in the uniform of a colonel who quietly entering stood between her and tIme door two pipei in his halfextended hand a man whose voice long and too well Known cut her to the very quick as she heard in calm and measured tone the ordsSMrs Garrison here are two era sons thiy you will do nothing of the kind Shall I band these to Gen Dray tonor to your husband CHAPTEK XVI I I The long wait for the looming of the big transports with the regulars Was over For the first time in history America was sending her soldiery Past the pyramids and through the Indian sea landing them after 40 days and nights of voyaging upon the low lint shores that hem Manila bay and shoving them out to time hostile front be fore their tealegs could reach the awing and stride of the marching step yet to all appearance as unconcernedly at home as though they hind been campaigning in the Philippines since the date of their enlistment This to be sure in the case of more than half their number would have given them scant time in which to look about them since raw recruits were more numerous than seasoned men But no matter yhnt may be his lack of drill or prep aration the average AngloSaxon never seems to know the time when be doesnt know how to fight So with nil the easy assurance of a veteran our Yankee Tommies wriggled into their blanket rolls and trudged tjway t the posts assigned them and once more the army assumed the aggressive ompositionbegan The dudes and the toughs parted company and tIme former with Stanley Armstrong once more riding silent at their head joined forces with Stewarts riddled regiment up the rail way toward Malolos Col Frost had succeeded In convincing the surgeons that he would be as much out of place as his name itself in neb a clinic and climated and was in daily expectation of an order home Billy Gray mending CorregidorChina sea drove their tonic forces through his lungs and veinsand the faintly rising hue of coming health boybadcase nt firsts said the fellows of the teenth but the wise young surgeon graYsfacedtold of causes little dreamed pf in the tellingtheThat something most unusual had oc daythatited the hospital at least half a dozen patients could have told for an at tendant went running for one of the women nurses and the doctor himself hurried to the scene It was on his arm that half an hour later Mrs Gar rison slowly descended the stairs her flimsy white veil down and silently bowed her thanks and adieux as time doctor closed the door of her carriage and nodded to the little coachman Itwas the doctor who suggested to Col Frost that Manila airwas not conducive to his wifes recovery and recommend ed Nagasaki as the place for her re cuperation until he could join her and I4ake her home The Esmerelda bore w IR IA t 1 I the White bisters over HongKong way within a week and they left without flourish of trumpet with hardly the flutter of a handkerchief for since the battle of time 5th of February neither lund been seen upon the Luneta Their women friends were very few the men they knew were mainly nt time front The Mory got out somehow that Garri son lunch asked to be relieved from fur timer duty as niddeeamp nUll returned to II tJwith his regiment and that Draylon would not have it The gen erals mummer toward that hardwork ing staff otliecr though often preoccu pied as of old grew cern kinder He did not see time sisters off fur China he was far too busy was the expla nation but he offered Garrison a fort nights leave and urged his taking it anti Will obviously troubled when Gar rison declined You need tilt anti t In climiuige of air more than any man know said he lint Garrison replied that change of scene and air would not help him There were two young fellows in khaki uniforms landed from the hopi tal launch on tIll back trip from Correg idor one warm March day One wore the badge of a subaltern of the teenth regular the other the chevrons of a corporal antI the hatband of a famous fighting regiment of volunteers yet the same carriage bore them swiftly through the sentineled streets of the w ailed city anti the guards at t he Ayun tamienlo sprang lo their arms and formed rank at sigh of it lieu this persed at the lowtoned order cf its commander when it was seen that in stead of stopping at the curl and dis charging an elderly general oUiccr it whirled straight by noel lucid twoyouths in field uniform One ofmmmls young Gray of the teenth he that was hit in time charge on the Panay ronl1fnill the officer of the guard to a comrade But who time devils time other He hind corporals chevrons on Home fellow just got n commission perhaps Ard that was the only way the soldier could account for n corporal riding with a commis sioned oflicer in a generals iarriage They had a long whirl ahead of them these two nail the corporal told Gray as he already had the general nail Col Armstrong much of the story of his friendship for Pat Latrobc of that poor fellows illness at San Francisco and all the trouble it cost his friend and chum There was a strong bond between them he explained and time blush of shame that stole np in the face of the narrator found instant answer in that of Billy Gray Determined to see service at the front and not return to punishment in his regiment never dreaming that in quitting a corps doomed apparently to inaction at home and joining one going straight to the enemy kcountry lie was committing tIme grave crime of desertion Gov Prime hint spoken to some men in Stewarts regiment antI was bidden to conic along and fetch ids friend for they were just as ignorant as he Having stillconsid erable mooney Gov had bought civil ian clothe and lilt tIll supplies they needed while about town and hired a boat that rowed thrill with certain items contraband of war to tIme dark side of time transport as night fall came anti they were easily smuggled aboard and into uniform and then during the few days stay at Honolulu were for mally enlisted and no embarrassing questions lIked And now poor Vat was gone mill Primes father hind been cabling for him to return home but there was that awkward matter about the desertion Gen Drayton was trying to have it straight cncd out at Washington for he had been kindness itself the day of his visit to the hospital where tJlmosr his tint act luau been to seek out the wounded young soldier who had been his beloved nephews boon companion nnd at one time sole support The sentry was re lieved of his surveillance and Corp Norton transferred to Corregidor to re cuperate and now that both lads were well on time road Jo recovery Draytnn had sent for them Strictly speaking sonic one should have seen to it that Corp Norton of the volunteer was shifted back to Private Morton of the teenth anti till chevrons stripped from his sleeves but in Out had eared to interfere where tIme worsted was eon cerned especially as the boy had won such praise for bravery at Concordia Bridge So there the chevrons soodw- hmemi the two were ushered into tbeI presence of tile grayhaired chief nail he arose and stepping forward held out a hand to each I want you boys said he to be ready to take the next transport home The doctors say you need a sea voyage Gray so there is the order The doe tors say your father needs you Prime and the record will be duly straightened out in Washington the charge of desertion no doubt will be removed Its a matter of influence Tonight you dine with me here and I have asked your good friend Col Armstrong to come ITo Be Contlrtufd Cllr of CrlmrS The Italian city of Artena situated about 40 mites from nome is known as the City of Crime Eer since the six teenth century every criminal who has escaped from prison or done his time has emigrated to Artena and today practically every inhabitant is a erimI inal or the child or criminals Every family takes the law into its own hnlldbI and it is reported not a day passes withI out ninny murders being committed In the streets The Italian authorities have now come to look upon Artena as hopeless anti remark that it is fur betI ter that criminals should kill criminals than that innocent persons should be their victims It is said that on one occasion when 23 murders had beenI committed in that city in one day the fact was reported in one of time Italian papers in the following term Since our last issue 24 houis before there have been S3 sudden deaths in rleuaIAnd no further notice of the murders was taken or expected Cincinnati Enquirer Drrldrdlr Worn- cMri Morrall llow our ideas of love and matrimony have retrogaded thor ing tliclhs century particularMrsSl6rrafl betweerftnVoIil anti new regard for the actunlihgTnioliVe for matrimony what for instance can be worse than time modern custom of marrying for monejy ifoitmood Dispatch Caused a Slight Family Jar Maria did you read about thatI Philadelphia woman who was cured of her mental troubles by fasting 45 days I believe such a treafment would cure that unhappy temper of yoursIan me Is that what you would lik John BlhiusCiiicngoTribuneTrue floes Dn lib thick get n sufficiently savage expression on his Indian por traitsYes indeed they look like foot ball players Chicago llecord 1 I fv i A o r5 TIlE MARRIAGE FEAST Joyous Features of the Christian Religion Clearly Presented Or Tnliunne Invite llir Whole Wiirlil In Join In I In iicii- ierrImumcmulTiie Weilillnir III thin Copyright 1900 bj Louis Itch A remarkable illustration of tin phiqiiity o Englishspeaking people IP furnished by the reiiucsts that have reached Dr Tulnuigc in northern Kn wIll for a sermon in outoftheway places where lit did not expect to fun t single person who could understand lint Tinre a s here he presents re hgion as a ftstiuilymimuul imites all the norM III enine as quests and join in its holy merriment text lohn ii 10 Thou hat kept the good wine until now This chapter iivitrs us to a marriage relehration It is a wedding in eom intuit life two plain people having pledged each oilier hand and heart and their friends having come in for congratulation The joy is unit the less lireaiiM there i no pretension In eaeh other they tinil all the future they want TIll dai y in the cup on till table may mean as much a a MOlt of artistic garlands fresh from the hunt houe When a daughter goes off mum home with nothing hut a plain fathers blessing and a plain mothers love she Is missed as mneh as though slur were a prineess It seems marti after the parents have sheltered her for IS years that in a few short months her af feet louis should hut been earned off hy another hilt mother remembers how it was in her own ease when she was ouingmind so sue braces up un til the wedding pussedand the banqueters are gone anti slut has a cry all alone Well we art today at the wedding in Cana of Galilee Jesus and His mother have been invited It is evi dent that there are more people there than were expected Hither some IWO pie have come who were not invited or more invitations have been smut out than it was supposed would be ae repteil Of course there is not a sufli rient supply of wine Von know that there is nothing more embarrassing to a housekeeper than a scant supply Jesus sees tilt embarrassment he commits up immediately to relieve it He sees stmmtuuliumgsiS water pots lie or ders the servants to till them with water then lie waves His hand over the water mill immediately it is wine real wine Taste of it and see for your selves No logwood in it no strychnine in it hint tirstrate wine I will unit now be diverted to the ipirstion so often discussed In my own country whether It is right to drink wine Irutmi de cribing the scene as it was Viuen loch makes wine lie makes the very best wine anil JO gallons of it standing around in these water pots wine 0Igood that the ruler of tin feast tastes it and says Why this is really bet ter than anything we have had Thou hast kept the good wine until now Iteantiful miracle A prize was offered to the person who should write the best essay about time miracle in CalluI Long manuscripts were presented in the competition lint a poet won the prize by just this one line descriptive of the miracle The conscious water saw its God and blushed We learn from this miracle in the first place that Christ has sympathy with housekeepers You might have thought that Jesus would have said I Cannot be bothered with honc hold deficiency of wine It is not for me Lord of Heaven and of earth to become enterer to this feast I have vaster things than this to attend to Not so said Jesus The wine gave out anti Jesus by miraculous power came to the rescue Does there ever come a scant supply in your household Have you to make a very close calcula lion It is hard work foryoum to carry on things decently and respectably If so dont sit down anti cry Dont go out and fret hilt go to Him who stood in the house in Cana of Galilee Pray in the parlor 1ray in the kitchen Let there be no room in your house III1COIIl lCra ted by time voice of prayer If you have a microscope put under it 3floatingGod makes them and cares for them and feeds them come to the conclusion that He will take care of you and feet ottrA boy asked if he might sweep the snow from the steps of a house The lady of the household said Yes you seein very poor He says I am very q poor She says ont you some times get discouraged antI feel that God Is going to let you starve The lad I looked up in tilt womans face und said Do you think God will let mc starve when I trust Him and then do the best i can Enough theology for older people Trust in loelmuiti do time n best you can Amid the worriincnts of housekeeping go lo Him He will help you control your temper anti SUo pelvise your domestics undo entertain your guests nail manage your home economies There are hundreds of women weak anti nervous and exhaust ed with time care of housekeeping I commend you to time Lord Jesus Christ as time best adviser and the most efli cient aid1 the Lord Jesus who performed g His first miracle to relieve a housekeeper I learn also front this miracle that Christ does things in abundance I think a small IlpploC wine would T have made np for tIme deficiency I think certainly they must have had enough for half the guests One gal Ion of wine will do certainly five gal Ions will be enough certainly ten Hut Jesus goes on and He gives them 30 gallons anti 40 gallons and 50 gallons mId 70 gallons and 100 gallons and 130 gallons of the very best wine It is just like Him doing every thing on time largest mind most generous scale Does Christ our Creator go forth to make loaves He makes them by the whole forest full notched like the fern or sil vered like the aspen or broad like the palm thickets in the tropics Oregonlforests Does He go forth flowers lie makes plenty of them they flame from the hedge they hnmmgh from the top of the grapevine in soms they roll in the blue wave of the r violets they toss their white surf in the spiraea enough fair every childs hand a flower enough to make for every brcJwn chaplel enough with ben tytocover up the ghastliness of nil the graw Does ITS go forth to create water JIe pours it out not by the cupful but by si river full a lake full an pecan full pouring It out until all the earth has enough to drink and flough with which to wash a floes Jesus provide redemption It s not a little salvation for this one a little for that and n little for the other but enough for nil Whosoever will let him come Each won an ocean full t for himself Promirit for the young promises for the old promises for time lowly promises for the blind for tIme halt for the outcast for the abnn tloned Pardon for all mercy tji all t a r4r 4 Heaven for nil Not merely a cupful AJethrered up into Gods hot tic and some ila standing before the throne we willliit- ollr clp of delight anti ask that it be filled with the wine of Heaven and Jesus from that bottle of tears will begin to poir in the cup we will cry Stop Jcmst We do not want to drink our own tears And Jesus will say Know ye not that the tears of earth are time wine of Heaven Sorrow may endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning I remark further Jesus tines not shadow the joys of others with His own griefs He might have sat down in that wedding and said have so much trouble so much poverty so much prsecution and the cross is com ing I shall not rejoice and the gloom of my face and of my sorrows shall be east over all this group So said not Jesus He said to Himself Here are two persons starting out in married life Iet it he a joyful occasion will hide my own griefs will kindle their joy There are many not so wise as that knew a household where there are many little children where for two years the musical instrument has beer kept shut because there hurts been troll ble in the house Alas for the folly Iarents saying We will have no Christmas tree this coming holiday be cause there has leen trouble in the house Hush that laughing upstairs How can there be any joy when there has been so much trouble t lIdso they make everything consistently doleful and send their sons and daugh i mrs to ruin with the gloom they throw around them Oh my dear friends do you not know those children will have trouble enough of their own after awhile lie glad they cannot appreciate all yours Keep hack the cup of bitterness from your daughters lips When your head is down in the grass of the tomb poverty nmayouiie to her be trayal to her bereavement to her Keep back the sorrows us long as you can Do you not know that that son insy alter awhile have his heart brok en Stand between him mind nil harm Vou may not tight his battles long Fight them while you may Throw not the chill of your own despondency over his soul lint her be like Jesus who came to the wedding hiding His own grief and kindling the joys of others So seen the sun on a dark day struggling amidst clouds black ragged and portentous hilt after awhile the sun with golden pry heaved hack the blackness And the- ns laughed to the lake and the lake laughed to the sun anti from horizon to horizon under time saffron sky the water was all turned into wine learn from the miracle that Christ is not impatient with the luxuries of life It was not necessary that they should have that wine Hundreds of people have hell married without any wine We do not read that any of the other provisions Islierl When Christ made the wine it was not n ne cessity hilt a positive luxury I do not believe that lie wants us to eat breath and sleep on hard mattresses IInltWI like them till best I think if circumstances will allow we have right to the luxllriof dress time lutz turks of diet and the luxuries of resi dence There is no more religion in an old coat than in a new one We can serve Goddrawn by golden plated liar ness as certainly as when we go afoot Jesus Christ will dwell with us under a line ceiling as well as under a thatcnvd roof What is the difference between a Chinese mud hovel antI an American home What is the difference be tf veeui time rouigim bear skills of the Itus Siam boor and the outfit of an mlriIcan gentleman Xo difference ex cept that which the Gospel of Christ directly or indirectly has cmuuusedi When Christ shrill have the world suppose every house will be a mansion ajid every garment a robe und every horse an arch necked courser and every carriage a glittering vehicle antI every man a king and every woman a queen and the whole earth a Paradise the glories of the natural world harmonizing with time glories of the material world until the very bells of the horses shall jingle the praises of time Lord I learn furt her from this miracle that Christ has no impatience with festtlI r otherwise he would not have no- etcd the invitation to that wedding IU certainly would not have done that which increased time hilarity There may have been ninny in that who were happy but there was not one of them that did so much for the joy of the wedding party as Christ himself He was the chief of the han ueters When the wine gave out He supplied it und so I take it lie will not denymis time joys that are positive v fetal I think the children of God have more right to hugh than any other people anti tb clap their hands as loudly ThercrJii not a single joy de icd them that is given to any other people Christianity does not clip the wings of the soul IJeligion docs not frost thin flowers What is Christian ity I take it to be simply a procla l mation from the throlle of God of eman cipation for ali time enslaved anti if a man accepts the terms of that procla natiOn and becomes free has he not right to be merry Suppose a father has an elegant mansion antI larget roUflt To whom will he first privilege of these grounds Will lit say My children you must not walk through these paths or sit down under these trees or pluck this fruit hiese are for outsider They walk in them No father would say anything like that He would say Time first privileges in all the grounds and all of my house shall be for mayt cwn children And yet men try make us believe that Gods children arc on the limits and the chief refresh meats amid enjoyments of life are forloutsiders and not for His Hii stark atheism There is no inno cent beverage too rich for Gods child to drink there is no robe too costly forlhim to wear there is no iiilarity great for him to indulge in and 110f house too splendid for him to live in ie has n right to time joys of earth ie shall have a right to the joys of Heaven Though tribulation and trial nil hardship may come unto him let jighteousI remark again that Christ comes to us in thin hour of our extremity He knew the wine was giving out before there was any embarrassment or mortification Why did He not per form the miracle sooner Why wait un tit it was all gone and no help couldj come from any source anti then come ii and perform the miracle This is Christs way and when He did conic in t the hour of extremity he made first ratewillel otJ1l1t they cried out Thou hast kept time good wine until now Jesus in the hour of extremity He seems to prefer that hour In u Chris ina home in Poland great poverty had coin mind on the week tiny the man n vac obliged to move cut of the hoiife vhh his whole family That night I he knelt with his family anti prayed a o God While they were kneeling in wi f t4 prayer there was a tap on the wlndon pane They opened the window and there was a raven that the family had fed and trained and it in its bill a ring all set with precious stones wliicli was found to be a ring belong hug to time royal family It was token up to the kings residence mill for the honesty of the man in bringing it back he had a house given to him mill a garden and a farm Who was it thrt sent the raven tapping on the window The same God that sent the raven to feed Elijah by the brook CherithChrisl in the hour of extremity Yen mourned titer your sins You could not find the way out You down maui said loch will not be merci fill He has cast me oil lint in that the darkest hour of your history light broke from the thromUIIIJtII ail Oh wanderer come home have Men all thy sorrows In this the hour of thy extremity offer t lice pardon and everlasting life Trouble came You were almost torn to pieces by that trouble You braced yourself up against it You said I will be a stole anti will not carl Rut before you got through making the resolution it broke down under you You felt that all your resources were gone And then Jesus earner III the fourth watch of the night the Itihle say o Jesus came walking on the sea Why dill he not come in the first watch or in the see ond watch or in the third watch I do not know He came in the fourth and gave deliverance to His disciples Jesus in the last extremity I wonder if it will be so in our very havt extremity We shall fall suddenly sick and doctors will come lout in vain We wit try the anodynes mind the stumulants sail the bathings bit all in vain Something will say You must go No one to hold us hmnc html the hinds cf eternity stretched out to pull us on What then Jesus will come to us anti as we Lord Jesus I am afraid of thltwaler I cannot wade through to time other side He will say Take hold jf my arm And we will take hold of His arm and then lie will put Hi foot in the surf of thUVI taking on down deeper dreper deeper nnS our souls will cry All Thy waves and bil lows have gone over me They Cover the feet come to the knee and pass the girdle anti come to till head anti our soul cries out Lord Jesus Christ I cannot hold Thine arm any longer Then Jesus will turn around throw both Ills arms about us and set us on the bench far beyond the tossing of tilt billows Jesus in the last extrem ityThe wedding scene is gone now Thn wedding ring has been lost the tank ards have been broken the house is down but Jesus invites us to a grander wedding You know that the ilible says that the church is the Iambs wife and time Lord will alter awhile conic to fetch her home There will bf gleaming of torches in the sky and the trumpets of nOlIwill ravish the air with their music and Jesus will stretch out ills hand nail the church robed in white will put aside her veil nail look up into the face of her Lord the King and till lIride room wiM say to the untie Thou hat been faithful through all these years The mansion is ready Come home Thou art fair my love And then He will put upon her brow the crown of diminion anti time table will be spread and it will reach across the skies and the mighty ones of Heaven will come In garlanded with beauty anti striking their cym bale anti the Bridegroom anti bride will stand at the head of the table and the banqueters looking up will wonder anti admire and say That is Jesus the nridt room lint the sear on His brow is covered with the coro net and the stab in ills side is covered with a robe Anti That is the bride weariness of her earthly woe lost n the flush of this wedding triumph There will be wine enough at that wedding not coming np from the poi soned vats of earth but the vineyards of God will press their ripe t clusters and the cups and the tanVards will blush to the brim with their heaven ly vintage and then all time banqueters will drink standing Esther having conic np from bacchanalian revelry of Ahasutrus where a thousand lords feasted will be there And the queen of Sheha from the banquet of Solo mon will be there Anti time mother Jesus from the wedding in Cana will be there And they all will agree that time earthly feasting was poor compared with that Then lifting their chalices in that light they shallcry to the Lord of the feast Thou hast kept time good wine until now A SOLDIERS DOG Rests Like Many Another Warrior- In nn Mono re t Grave In Ills Native Land Pats picture was in the Royal Scot tish academy representing him as a smoothcoated little tyke says Clint hers Journal He was of nondescript breed but of great intelligence and well versed in the performance of tricks He had a traveled eventful his toroOlle master was killed in no ion but brother officer adopted the quaint white mongrel as his special charge Pat was in an Afghan cam paign which proved fatal to another regimental dog lohn Harrison a re never John often followed his mns er the colonel through Edinburghs gray streets Time heat on his last for eign service was however too much for him and on the march to Kandahar John Was shot for fear he should hag and rests like many another warrior in a grave where a union had laid him Pat being small anti shorthaired withstood time Indian heat He went with his second master to Egypt but he glare of the sands threatening to Impair his already falling sight time fourfooted veteran was unit home on ick heave He never rejoinedhis High but by special desire when he died at his Midlothian retreat he was rolled in time coat the soldiers had made or him of their regimental tartan and in the welltended niche in thc of time City of Winds An lime of Veracity The heath of the household was late getting home He was very late It was long past midnight Indeed time little clock on the hall mantel had uststrtuck three oclockwhen he came walking in He hind been out with the boys anti his wife reproached him Why its early yet Its not late Just then the bedroom clock sound ed one two three The wife looked at him with grlji rebuke He caught her eye and erked out this reply Well now if you want to believe that darned dollarandahalf clock before your dear husband Ive noth ing more to say Colliers Weekly Whet He Wanted Whatll you haver she asked se vcrely at the breakfast table for he had been out late tin night before ail she lunch not yet forgiven him 1 think he replied meekly that would appreciate n genial smil and pleasant word about as much M anything Chicago Post 4 tr It is Certain That Germanys Repre sentative at Peking Perished One Report In That thr PnWIe Exe- nullun of ForclKncm Ita Ilrcn In Iruaremn Mnre Juno Vi Position Oe pernt 5 London July 2Ollieinl dispatches received by the consular hotly nt Shanghai an Express cable tinted Shanghai July lsays confirm in the fullest manner thin report of the butchery of ISaron von Kctteler time Ucrinan minister on June 18 The ambassador was riding on legation street when he was attacked by Chi nese troops anti Iloxers dragged from his horse anti killed Jibe body was hacked to pieces with swords The Ccrman legation nnd six other build ings were burned and a number of servants of the legations were killed and bodies thrown into the flames Official confirmation 0f this ghastly business lime created time utmost con sternation among the consuls general of the powers who express fears that war a Ioutrance will be declared against the Peking government The consuls entertain little hope that any foreigners are left alive in the capital There were 100 foreigners connected with time legations 10 in the custom house English and American tourists and others to time number of 150 and nearly 500 legation guards A dispatch to time Express from Nanking June Ito says French priests lucre have received reports front Peking that the public execu tion of foreigners has beet in prog ness ciucc June 20 The news conies by runners from French priests at Peking who state that they admin istered the last rites to the condemned men Nanking cables dated Sunday say that Viceroy Liu Ynh Yih received a telegram from len Yulu on Sat unlay stating thit tin Cerman minister had been murdered at Peking Yulu who riuigPutImplore your help Foreign troops of eight nationalities entering Peking to tin number of noOOO or 40000 I can not hold out four days Lin Yun Yih has received this from the viceroy of Yung Shi Kai For eign troops victorious at TienTsin immediatelyWashington message was received at the navy de partment frojn Consul Rogers at Che FooFollowing telegram from Kempff casualties relief expedition June 23 Killed Boatswains Mate Thomas Gnnners Mate Benson Apprentice Bromnn anti landsman Severson Wounded Boatswains Mate Holy oke Machinist Hamlford Landsman Kellizky Cadet TaiiKsig Capt Mc Calla Fireman Rowe Landsman Car city Coxswain Ryan Quartermaster Conn ay Coxswain McClay Fireman Flaherty Seamen Lloyd Child Ander son Jansen Bolmuller anti McKervey Coxswain Thomas Lindl ohm Appren ices Johnson Rasniussen anti Welch i Private OrdctT The department has been informed that tIme Princeton has arrived at CantonCoxswain McClays name could not be found on time rolls Possibly he limit been transferred from some other ship since time rolls were returned The name McKervey also is not to be found on the rolls The records of this killed as shown at the navy de partment are as follows Thomas Thomas enlisted at Mare island in 1899 He was Born in Copen hagen in I860 His next of kin is Mrs T Lannigan of 603 South Front street Philadelphia Benjamin Benson was born in Man dahl Norway in 1871 Next of kin Mrs Anna Benson mother living at Mrtiidahl Norway Harry A Iroman was born in Dit luth Minn in 1SS2 Next of kin Ida M Broman mother living at U27 West Superior street Duliith Harry Severson was born in Nor ChicagoNextfather living at 1031 Wabansia ave flue Chicago importautretary Hay from United States Con sul Soodnow at Shanghai Time text is withheld butt time consul states in substance as follows It is rumored in Shanghai that the German minister to Peking Baron von Ketteler was killed at Peking on the 18th of June On the 23d of June three of the legation buildings were still standing the others had been burned On the 26th of June a Hatih was received at Shanghai from Yung Lit believed to be the viceroy of the province of Chile where the princiKtl troubles have occurred stating that the other ministers were safe Dispatches to Shanghai from dif ferent sources indicate that Prince Tnan father of the heir apparent wems to be absolutely ip control at Peking and that his attitude is the worst possible and most hostile to foreigners It is even said that he is sued an edict as far back as the 20th of June ordering nil of the viceroys to respectliefar not been obeyed Rome July 2The commander of the cruiser Elba telegraphs from Taku June 30 as follows Advieen from the German legation in Peking state that all the legation buildings have ErigiandFrancehers of the diplomatic corps have taken refuge in the British legation Popular Rebellion Kingston Jamaica July 2Thesteamer Para front Colombian ports says that Colon and Panama when slam left were quiet anti still in pos session of the government forces al though popular sentiment is in favor of the rebels Gen tlinnrr Calls for China San Francisco July 2Brig Gen Adna 1k Chaffee who is to command the United States troops in China sailed nt 7 oclock Sunday night on tIme transport Grant Nearly lOOC troops are on board the transport NewSpaper OtBee Bnrnvd Detroit July 2Fire gutted the building occupied by the Detroit Jour nal mend destroyed the mechanical business and editorial outfit of the hmresesThe000 fairly covered by insurance Fire nt Wn hlnjcton Kan Washington Nan July 2 A loss of 0000 was caused by flee which destroyed the Washington Hardware Cos building amid stock Fredrnthall A Walkers store BorJiys grocery anti Algies grocery I 4e One Womans LetterSAYS I doctored with two of cityforrelief until I used the Phtkham remedies My trouhle was ufoor aton of the uterus Isuf fered terrlhly could not sleem nights and thought sometimes that death would he such a relief TodayIam a well wo man able to do my own work andhave not amain Iused four mottles of Lydia E Pmkhams Vege tahle Compoundandthro nackages of Sanative Wash and cannot nralse P the medicines enough MRS ELIZA THOMAS 634 Pine St Easton Pa Mrs Phtkham advises suffering women without charge Lydia E Pinkham Sled Co Lynn a M KNOWN BY THEIR TUHES A floss Carpenter Queer T r ot- JJUcrrnlnjj Capable Workmen Talking about the queer ways 6me pie have of sizing up a mans ti pabihties Njday there recently died in m town a boss carpenter named Hrbart wb had on question which he always asked of journey men who to for em toymeni If time applicant was found to p isse ail the other necessary qualification llebatt would ask- What F are your favorite tunes thatfortYou whistle and ting some at year work dont you Oh yes Well what tunes do you generally Tvhis tie or sing Oh theres Old Hundred and And Lang and Down by the Weeping Willows anti Thats enough the boss would exclaim You wont do for me These tunes are too slow for me Goodday On the contrary if the applicant answered Oh I generally Yankee Doodle or The Fishers Hornpipe or something of onceIif you want to and go to work Fable ofthc Small Illrd Once upon a time there was a bantam rooster an immense opinion of hun self and as he stood in the barnyard ho sale I will make a stir in the world I win attract attention Wherefore he began to crow lustily air though he had nothing much to crow about Now it happened that far above the ban tarn a hawk was wheeling in the circum ambient air The hawk hind not seen the bantam owing to the tatters diminutive but when the bantam crowed 0had i A winging Ins flight homeward while all was itihi below Moral It is not a profitable thing to try to make a noise in thejrprM without a reasonable excuse Chicago TimesHerald hurt Slim IrofcisiomiahlyAA New York barkeeper who was trend hag his vacation in Maine found himself one evening in a hotel in Portland While he lingered a terrible storm took place The windows of the room ia which he was sitting were broken hailstones almost as big as egg The proprietor of the hotel no todrop1oes storm scare you he ventured to ask hip guest isnt that replied the barkeeperIt but I cant bearto see so much cracked ice r wasted in a prohibition stateN Y Mail and Express An Author Wants a Chance A publishing firm recently received tin following offer from an anxious autobibg rapher who probably had been reading The Hooligan Nights I wish to put my life Before the puBlic if I can Get Anuf Out of it to me a start in the t world I led a Criminal life 21 years Meat ed 23 times shot at 27 times Released on il ballis Corpas Warents Broke 13 Jalej Convicted 7 times Broke 1 pen and taken 27 Convicts with me Waylaid and shot my fatbern law twice seperated and Divossed If 1 can get a start in the World Bye putting my life Before the puBlic J doo so London News Horrors of Var Time hardworked humorist sat at his desk and without the slightest apparent effort he dashed this off TemAnnnoitering in the imperial neighborhood Because I am going to Tab was the re 1 fierce reply Yet such things as this were not men honed among the horrors of wardiscnssedat The Hague conference Baltimore Amer mean S Time Wasted It is saidof a certain learned nan thai he spent half his lifetime acquiring fluency in ten different languages and tb a went fand married a wife who never giess him a chance to get a word in edgeways TitBits Fine show remarked the firstnighter at the close of the new comic opera The comic fisherman was a realistic character dont you think No I dont t the amateur angler his lines were too catchy Philadelphia Press S MMM6 G 1tr I STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST r Ii J M 4 QO CAPT POWERS RELEASED jI1Connt JiulKe Cnrnclt nt llnrlnn- Iky ItecnirnlBea the lnrdun II Taylor faed1 Jlnrlan C IL Ky Tune SCtpt- t KySwas on of complicity in the murder of Win t tioelel was released His attorneys institiitr habeas corpus proceedings mill ufSer a hearing before County Judge Cornett Powers produced a pardon signed by W S Taylor on ftIarcll 6 00 offering it as n liar to nrrest and prosecution ludpe Cur nett honored the Tmrdou and Powers vas ordered relcaxed from cifttody This is the second time Powers has liecnarrcsted on the same charge and s released on Taylors pardon in the mountain lIlIItiof Kentucky the former trial taking place in Knox counl cltlIViwcrs is a brother of Secre lacy of State Caleb Vowcrs who is e14how ludog lucid in jail at Georgetown on the saute charge REPEAL THE GOEBEL LAW L mi1lnc Democrats Advorntr Cnll IJ I lr11C1 SiiIon of 11w 11- a lilalure for That Inrpoar e i S Lexington Ky Tune SGov Itockhum exSenator C J llronston 4 iJ ludge Jere Morton Judge Watts Iar ker John It Allen candidate for con 1 gress in the Seventh district Sheriff II M ItoKWorlh Howard MeCorklc jand Willu Vilcy were entertained by I Ucn W II Gentry S i The meeting took a political turn whose result authoritatively stated 1ilIbe a call for an extra session of legislature tow Iteckham to repeal the Goelel election law It is 4 IIzaid that the nntiiioebel wing of which lIr01l toll is the leader is satis lied that ov IVckham has been made I to believe that n continuance of the law would defeat the arty in Ken i tucky The Up is that Iteckham will not wait for the democratic conven 4lion here in July to set Illackbuni and McCreary were to be present but diJ not attend 4j SUSPECTS NAME LEARNED The Myntf rlaas ItrqntiKlon for 4Robcrtaakea n Railroad Mnn Tcnnsi Frankfort Ky Tune 30 Kobert Qakcs a railroad man now of Itri5 dtot T nn is the name of the Goebel easassinntion mspect for whom a warrant of arrrst was issued Thurs dny The requisition was made on the governor of Tennessee instead of Virginia and Deputy Sheriff llarretl formerlySastcrn said was here with the Hnrlnn coonS ty men at tIle time of the assassina 1I tion 4D Green Golden who was taken Into c custody at Ilarbourville on Thursday and brought here gave out a state mint denying that he had been of freed money to make a confession and also denying that he had threat med to implicate other persons not knOzjr An ttxtrn Smtilon Probable Frankfort Ky lime Ojov w Iteckhnra will in a few days issue writs of election for the filling of threraeancies in the senate and one in the lower house of the legininture The elections will be held in the counties where the vacancies exist the latter part of Julyor first of August This action on the part zofGOT Iteckham is taken as an un indication that the guy ernor intends to call an extra session of the legislature some time in Au S gust or early in September It is sup posed the session is to be called to 4 consider proposed modification of the election law and minor state matters S fcetrU Open Headquarter Frankfort Ky June SGen Jos t F II Lewis will conduct his campaign for the democratic nomination for c governor here Gen Lewis arrived c lucre and opened headquarters with Capt W S K Hill and John W Roy I in charge Bcckham has also opened i headquarters here L Their Pint Meeting Greenup Ky June 30Dr John L 1 Robbing of Carter county met Miss J Felice V Antereid of New York City 4 appointment and were married 1Itwas their first meeting and this is the foyrtb marriage for the doc t tor s t Yearsiis FJizabetbtown Ky June 28Nra Sallie Shacklefonljrho diet here on Tuesday aged l years and 8 months 4l was a membervpf the Baptist church for S3 years and probably the oldest member of the church in the United 4 Stair J tt Tenant Stabbed Hint I Ie I Winchester Ky June OW O f Haskins a prominent farmer was brlalitStl t on his farm named Gorri lie i hadwa difficulty with Gorri oer the 41d settlement of nn aecount A5 Goes le Princeton t Richmond KyJune 30Prof AVil I occupiedVz4 university has resigned to accept the chair of analytical chemistry at f Princeton university t Z 2aer Not Known c Albany Ky June Ot Pall Stall t + Tenn Hard Williams while stack ing lumber in his yard was shot by s unknown men and instantly killed V Three mea named Thompson Wil a Hams and Parker have been arrested 1 t charged with the crime l Rnt Hli TtIouilldle KyTuue uLeo Rus Ici terholz aged 19 years committed sui cide by cutting bis throat He lived 1 at Campbell and Geiger streets De spondency the result of sickness iticausedthe rash act 1Keatueky Cadets Washington Tune 30 Among the 4I cadets appointed for West Point un der the increase provided by recent ttlegislatian the past week were Lexington and Ic William Jt Slack alternate Owens boro Ky Deaf Mnn Ran Dow f Lexington Ky June 30LouIs i Wolf aged 93 a deaf blacksmith liv 1 walkingkF fuarlerjtj r4 z 13r 2 C t it t- 4s w l C t j 41ri ci t 4 rA 4s 41 oO i5ia tj1 I l1 7 l kZ tl o lZ 1r r r 1Jfi r1 II 1 PREPARING FOR THE TRIAL W S Taylor antl Chnrlen Klnler Ar aiue l an VHnen ei Wanted at Frankfort Ky Frankfort Ky June 29 The de fense in tin cases of Henry Youtsey suit the other defendants whose t rilllInn the charge of complicity in the as t snssi nation f Vm Goeltel will be culled at Jeorgetown luly 9 have tiled with Sheriff Suter n list of many witnesses who an wniile l to testify in till trial Among those for whom sulipoenax IUII teen issued at the in stance of the defense are Wm S TIYc lor nnd esSecretaryof Stale hash Finlcy now at lndiana olis The issuance of this process brings up the uni iie quest ion of whether a witness eat be cxi rddited anti whethI IT the ilcfense under the circum stances would be entitled to a lon timiance on account of their absence should a tout inuiane be demanded on that ground All of the witnesses who testified at tin application of II Colton anot4lir of the suspects for bail rccenthvwere recognized and put under bond to appear ns witnesses at Georgetown in July but Shcrif Sitter has so far been unable to serve subpoenas on several of the most im portant among them- REVEALED IN COURTJ llorrllilr Treatment of mi Anrd Xe Bro Wlio Wnn Aflrrimrda- Ilitinil Dead Henton Ky June Orhie three Greer brothers are on trial here foi the murder of an aged Negro last February Wit ncsses testified that the brothers forced the old man nt the point of a pistol to drink whisky and wine until he was hojxlessly in toxicated While drunk they beat him with heavy whips until he wa senseless They would revive him by burning him They finally drove 011I with him in a wagon To witnesses who asked them te leave him alone they said they meant to finish him The next morning the old fellow was found with his neck broken hanging across a fence The only defense offered by time brothers was that they were drunk 1 nrntrnrllvr Electrical Storm Tineville Ky June 30This part of the state was visited by n severe electrical storm and great damage is reported throughout Southeastern Kentucky In Leslie and Claycoon ties houses were blown down much forest destroyed and live stock killed All the mountain streams are on a rampage antI many sawlogs are flow ing It is reliably stated that fur ther up the Cumberland river in liar Ian countyall crops are completely destroyed nxprrdnir a Xrir jiaillotntrnt Kichmond Ky June OThe in diet tueni against Joe McDowell charging him with absconding with funds belonging to the Kstill County Deposit hank were thrown out of court at Irvine It is thought that till grand jury which is now in ses sion will return new indictments against him McDowell has explained nil the discrepancies in his books and it is not believed that he will be con victed Cor Monntii Iteqiilnltlon Honored Frankfort Ky June 91he first official courtesy to be passed between the states of Kentucky and Indiana since Gov Mounts refusal to honor GO KeckhaniR requisition for the extradition of W S Taylor occurred when Gov ISeekham honored the requisition of GO Mount for the extra dition of Wm Webb who is under ar rest at Louisville nnd Is wanted for trial rt Evansville iniL on a charge of grand larceny Xo Pay for Taylor soldIers Franlifort Ky Tune 29Gov Ileckham refused to approve accounts for services of the Taylor militia from the date Corbel was declared governor till the evacuation of the troops after the decision of the su preme court The whole sum claimed in salaries aggregated upwards of 50000 Taylor flack In Indianapolis Indianapolis Ind June 28W S and Mrs Taylor arrived in Indianapolis and were met at the depot by their daughter He had shaved his mUSe tache since he left Indianapolis and had n weary hunted look Two pri vate detectives who acted as his bodyguard during the eastern trip came back with him Naval Cadet Named Williamstown Ky June 28Hub bard S Needham of this place has received notice from Congressman A 8 Berry that he had named Win ns alternate and a son of Dr Lassing of Boone county principal for lip pointment ns cadet to the naval academy at Annapolis A Cloudburst at Geneva Henderson Ky June 29A tele phone message from Geneva six miles south of Henderson reports a cloud burst there The roadways were sev eral feet under water and Impossible of passages Many bridges were washed away and fencing destroyed A wail In Result of WouniU Columbia Ky June 29The exam- Ining trial of Joe Aikins for shooting Charles Kingley at Sparkttville last week was continued until Saturday to await the result of Kinglcys wounds Aikins is in jail Dratk of Mr Gorl Glasgow Ky June 2iMra Dcbor rah Putnam Campbell Gprin aged 80 widow of the lamented Judge Frank lin Gorin died at her home here Mrs Gorin nil a greatgrnl1l1t1aughlr of Israel Putnam and one of Glasgows most beloved women Moctly Home Creditors Louisville Ky June 9Tohn tPond a merchant of Franklin Ky filed a petition in bankruptcy His liabilities are 1553902 while his as sets are 750307 Threefourths of his debts arc due home creditors Jfew Kentucky Postmaster Washington June 29 Following fourthclass postmasters were com missioned in Kentucky Camp Springs Campbell county William Uthe Franke llreckinridge county H C Ramsey Hestrand Monroe county K n Baxter Stinson Carter county Ellen Easterling Killed While Hnntlngr Frankfurt Ky June 29 Harftn Crutcher 20yearold son of Lafayette Cruteher deceased was accidentally killed while hunting in this couul Wednesday afternoon J 1S t I r t t iF3 THE PRIDE OFTHE NAVY Rocks Pierce Holes Through the Bottom and Sides of the Oregon The ynflrii nt OirKoo tina llrcn Sent In llrr titnnccrhc Iris Will tsslstTbe Ship to lie IlRhlriird Washington July IThl following dispatches acre received at the navyti department Saturday morning iu to the grounding of the Oregon CheFoo June IHIIrclan of miNavylog in 17 fathoms three miles south 5SentLeast water 51 fathoms alhlrII lear Got under way anti slrltkI pinnacle rock Much water in tornantitcompartment Perfect smnunt charter steamer if possible at CheFoo ami lighten the ship Koek thrnghC ide of ship alone double bottom about frame 19 Small holes broughta bottom of ship WI IthrCheFoo June 29 Secretary Navy Washington Iris gone to the assisttance of the OregoncKAYMOND UlanstComnnding Nashville 5 HongKong June 29Sceretaryt Navy Washington Princeton artrived Brooklyn leaves for Nagasaki The afire at CheFoo lots been sent to assist Oregon reportetl by Rogers on a rock south How Ke light Iristgoing to her assistancemKKMKY Washington July Pinnacle rlckIwhere the Oregon ran about 25 feet high and lies three miamit two thirds miles south of How KitIsland anti about a mile and a ipmr ter n n e of the island of Sao Ln Shan Time rock is encircled by a shoal and should not be approached nearer than three cables According to the hytlrogniphie bureau ollieials there is a strong current from three to live knots speed always prevalent in this vicinity and this fact together with the dense fog that prevailed at the lime greatly enhanced the dan ger in navigating the Oregon The officials of the naval by drogra pliers ofliee say there is a great rise and fall of tilt tide at this point about ten feet and it is possible that the Oregon may be lifted oil in this way and set afloat without assistance Capt Wildes statement of the in juries sustained by tIme Oregon Iii scarcely sufficient to enable the naval constructors here to form a definite opinion as to the prospects of sac lug the famous ship They say howIever IhshiP probably can be sarclI if till weather does not become rough hut unfortunately this is the season of storms in Chinese waters Washington July 2Ihie navy de part ment has received no further news of the battle ship Oregon aground off the Chinese coast GEN JOSEPH WHEELER The Sc w r i in in niuler of the Dc Irtor the LnLcs ormnll7 Welcomed to CAIcaKw Chicago July 1Gtui Joseph Wlieeler thc new commandant of the department of tin lakes was Sat ur tiny formally welcomed to Chicago at u public reception GIn Wheeler ac companied his daughters mill the members of hits staff with their fan bIi1 i CRN JOSEPH WHEHLEIL- NewlyAppointed Commander of the Do partment of the Lakes ihies was escorted by a battalion ol the 1st Illinois regiment to the 1st regiment armory where Mayor Har rison delivered an address of wel come Gen Wheeler was cheered en Ihusiastically when he rose to re apond to the mayor A DELAYED WEDDING Daughter of Chief Jnntlee Fnller Married to Dr L Moore of Evanston III Bar Harbor Me July irsPaulinu Cony Vubrev ilniightcr of Chief Justice and Mrs Melville W Kuller and Dr Samuel 110011 of Kvanston were married at May nest aye the summer home of the Ful lers at Sorento at 8 oclock Satur day The ceremony had been post potted from Thursday afternoon because of the refusal of Rev W O Baker rector of St Xaviers Kpiscopal church to officiate because the bride hall been divorced front her husband who is still living The ceremon Saturday was performed by Rev C S Mclcarn of the Bar Harbor Bap tist church A Tug SI lik Three Lives Lour Port Huron July 2Tue tug Ma rion Teller sank in Lake St Clair and three of her crew went down with the heal The Teller was towing to the schooner Canton down hound across the lake whon she began leak lug The pumps would nut work A stre mi ous elTort was made to beach the tug but before reaching shore her fires were extinguished the steam was exhausted antI she filled rapidly and sank Words Were IropbetleS- helbyville Ind July It St Paul Albert Metzler disobeying hi mother procured his fathers revol ser and was cleaning it Just as his parent remarked Albert you lire determined to kill yourself the weapon was discharged The entered the childs right eye and he fell backIlead Wool Trade Dull In London London July 2Lnst week in tile wool trade wiiti dull and inactive be ing depressed by the pending auction sales which are expected to open flat and lower The offerings for the week are 41530 bales and closes with the arrivals of June 28 ri Pour Person Drowned Boston July 2Four persons of n fishing party of eiglitwere drowned in tIn barbojr by the overturning of a 23foot catboat The drowned are John Colson Win n Iiigwell Harry Neal hnd Walter Loud5 I fro r41 J- lJIif f Irq j i LARGE VESSELS BURNS Lives Lost and 10000000 Worth of Property Destroyed Tin llvrn of nt lrilKi Fl fleet II lull drril lcpIc Vrre lmirrllril Hf till Fliniim Tlir llrr Orlul liulcil In n Itnlr tit fiitlon New York luly 2lniost 10000 i00 worth of property was disl roynl titti IiwIn lust many perMiiiu were injured amid at least lno lives were imperiled Iiyat firr lint startrd lubouig nit ton bales under Iier 3 of hit North icrniun lloyd Steamship Co in llobokcn N at 4 nVlodc alllnla afternoon In hss than i II t IS tin1 hums rovtrcd nil ana a tcl of n mile lung rxtindiiig out from the actual short hue to he bulkheads from fiHl to 1HIO fllt away and hail raught four great ltII liners and a dozen or more uill her harbor craft in its grasp Stories in regard to the loss of lifo roiitlirtiiig tin numliir bving 51- iously estimated at from o to 00 From what ran l e Icnrneil the in tiles started among a larit pill i otton hales on 1icr 2 of the North CiTinan lloyd Steamship Co l1l4ith with such rfiiiarkabh nipidity liu in 15 minutes till entire proper y of the company taking in over a third of a mile of water front mill consisting of three great piers was completely cmclopcd in a huge lilnze hitt sent great clouds of smokehigli ill into the nil The flames started so suddenly and gained such headway that the people on the piers tuitltilt the numerous vessels iloeked were unable to reach ime street At the docks of the North Cerman lloyd were the Saale a singlescrew passenger steamship of 4Mi gross tons the ISrenien a twinscrew pas senger and freight of 10S2i touts until the Main a ICJlw freight and passenger steamship of 10200 gross tons They all caught lire and svere liurncd to the waters edge The Kaiser Villiclin tier irosse which hal just tiiiiii in was the only one of the four big vessels at the dock that es eapetlThe loss of the crews of these yes sels is said to reach 10- 0Kightecn lushes have been recov ered Kleen of these were placed itt a row at the morgue in this city ami numbered this being the only mean the authorities hate of maintaining any sort of identity over the corpses as they are so badly charred utah dis membered that identification vill hi made only by Irinkor pieces of clothing that were found about tIme bodies The only way the steamship ofli cials have of approximating the loss of lire is by comparing the list of those report eil safe with the list of employes on the steamships Ibis tave Schwab general agent of tho North Ccrninn lloyd line gave out u list showing what men till each vessel are missing On the Saale 255 men were employed mill 17 of these have only been accounted for leaving 12S men actually employed as ollicers sailors stewards engineers coal passers oilers anti trimmers to be ac counted for The Itrrmcn had 201 men on hoard hilt only 127 of these have been found The Main had employed on her at the time and of these only 70 have lieen reported safe light barges al11 entail boats were either burned or sunk with their cargoes Total valuation SI25000 The Hobokcn Shore railroad hail a number of ears hunted anti other property damaged Loss 7000 Minor losses on floating property burned at the lire proper or et on lire by burning driftwood will amount to about SiOOOO The personal losses sustained by those aboard the steamships lan siam ply be surmitcd as there is no way of ascertaining this at the present time HURRY ORDERS Varnhliiii Are Heine Pitted Out nt the Norfolk Navy Yard Kxtra- Meclinnlrn KmpIojoU Norfolk Vn July Apparent warlike preparations arc going on at Norfolk navy yard An order which is reganki as very significant was tin om issued calling into the yard 150 cat rus mechanics with as many more to follow nell day until the rust vrork shall have been completed In the event of necessity night work may be done Work will go on with out stop on the colliers SatuVi linn uibnl Caesar Alexander and Southey so that these vessels may load coal as ordered by the navy department There are several light draught eon verted gunboats that are to be over hauled besides torpedo boats and monitors The monitor Puritan and torpedo boat Mauley which have been used as practice vessels at Annapolis are expected at this navy yard to bo placed in lighting condition Thcru are now about 12 available vessels of war at the Xorfolk navy yard Ilolle Isles lllnen St Johns X F June IOThl Hello Isles mines the scene of the recent strike have closed down The compa uies have withdrawn their staffs and willopen mines in Canada preferring this course to a submission to tho terms of time strikers Lifo Sentence for Forgery Houston Tex June InOn convic tion of having forged a pardon I which George Isaacs sentenced for life for inunler secured his release from time penitentiary W J Dent was given n life term in the penitentiary Haiti Adopt Gold Standard Washington luneIIThl Icpart ment of state is advised by Minister Powell at Port nil Prince that he has been informed that tile government at Haiti has adopted the gold standard anti that the unit of value is the American gold dollar Leaped From n lion Norfolk Vn June 30A handsomc ly Owned woman leaped front the Ilay liner eorgia off Chesapeake bench carrying with her every evi thence of identification She boarded the boat at Baltimore SIcKliiIcyH Leave Vnshingdon Washington June nIresiliellt anti Mrs McKinky left Washington at 743 oclock for Canton 0 whcru ht are to remain for several weeks With them also went Secretary Cor tclyoii Dr P M Hixcy the presidents physician and a stenographer netlrcn From roll leu Milwaukee Wis June 30 National Democratic Commit tecinan E C Wall of Wisconsin issued a letter in which lie states that he has retired fnin active polities Hnsiness anti fuuiiijr reasons are given as the cause Li i 7 r AN OPPORTUNE FIT I A If Turned n Tns of n Million DoUniii Into n Gain of Conililer- nlily Mona Mrs Henry YIdninyer a Will street speculator III a small way fiiintcd inther Itrokers ol1ile recently leing on the short tItle of a bull market nt Ihlil time anti while in a KWOOII things went eRiiinst her to the tune of co thecoccurrence says Uv York trM IUIll t of recalled to n veteran speculator there t a coup which Adilison Cninmnrk oncea made in original fashion He too wns or the fhort side anti the bulls were JS raising merry hndos when he nrrived on Wall street from Tuxedo At 1030s he was loser to the extent of nearly 1000000 Suddenly he lund n fit He fell on the hour anti foamed nt theimouth Doctors anti things were for and news got out that Catnmaclr wns dying It spread like wildfire nnd scan in every nOire in the street 110iI was a big man then dealing with timeui boldest anti strongest operators in tin street nnd the prospect of his death tent the market reeling In the mmmcmli Jime the wily old fox had out kers selling short everything in sight anti when the day and the fit were over he had not only recovered hishlosses hilt was 1250000 to the good PLAGUE SUPERSTITION 1SomCnll1 nTn a Curse on City of llumtin theI IrUomblJscourged by time plague is lon IelCrcdI the finest modern city in Asia It has a street railroads electric lighting and s aU other practical illustrations of cart iireesjarj to modern life wad inI t addition retains inotiti iantisc chareactrr and piciiirefqiieness At dawn WOt1i fll the lower rusty robed in the clinging graceful sarce carry on their brads vessels of new milk to the marCkrtandnt sunset wealthy 1arsec svtuinI en in time soft silks and rich cries gather under the trees by s sea antI chatter softly In their liquid tones says the New York Tribune The Hindoos are deeply religious and superstitious and in some sections of India they attribute the plague to a Yogi who became incensed at the re fusal of a request mind called down a curse every yea for seven years upon the city Three of these curses they say have fallen 15y time fire of 1SD2 half the cityssns destroyed It wnsII scourged by the cholera and now plague has come More titan seven years have elapsed it is true since the prediction but n trifle like that does not disturb a believers faithIA Dog Actor The play of Robinson Crusce is now given in one of the Paris theaters with four animals in the cast of actors These are a goat a monkey a paroquet and chief of all a dog who en neb the part of Ilobinsons faithful companion Toby Time dogs rca name Is Faro anti a writer in Ia Na tnre says he will tIonly when in the or masi ter home limit on the stage heanswer HohIImonpicks it up climbs up n ladder into Hob insons hut anti gives the bird to Friday who nets as cook rtllnndrr In AnMralln Except that it is free from the corn plication of race diflicultics time condi tion of affairs in West Australia pvc sen Is n curious parallel to that which has existed in time Transvaal There too the old agricultural population is contending fiercely ngainst time influx of modern mining immigration newcomers like the ThseI landcrs have issued a invoking tIme aid of their fellow cit izens of the British empire against grievous oppression in the way of excessivetaxation and inadequate rep resentation TrAil with Aila antI Occnnlrn For the first time in history our ex ports to Asia and Oceanica will exceed OOCOOCOO during the current fiscal year In no part of time world has our trade grown with such amazing rapid ity except in SiriJh Africa the Cola having increased JOO per cent in two years for ii 1S91 our total exports to all Asia and Oceanica amounted only to a little more than 5270000CO The in crease is chiefly in cottons breadstuffs provisions nnd manufactured goods From War In Inranlla of Pence Now that the war in South Africa is practically over the Missouri nude that arc left may be used in Kansas to pull harvesting machines suggest the Chicago TimeVHerald- 3IAUKUT RBIOHT Cincinnati Tune 1- 0CAITLECommnon P S3 4 40 Select butchers o4J a 5 10 CALVIJS Extras 25 f lIO8Select 50 packers 5 30 3 3r Mixed puckers 5 20 it11SHEKl Choice 3 75 fi 4 O- OLAMIIS Kxtm 0 00 Ji 13 FIOLMJ Spring pat 4 33 if 5 00 WIIICATXo 2 red it fl- 6COUXXo 2 mixed 44 OATS No 2 mixed UYK No 2 64 JIhioiee timothy Till 3d hESS rouic i12 IyJAIM1 n 6 G- 5UUlTKIt Ch dairy l 11 Choice creamery 21 AIPUS Chto fancy 111 j 2 30 1OTATOKS Ier brl I 25 i7 I TO11ACCO New 10 Old 4 00 CHICAGO fItSiI IMOUK Win patent 4 10 WIIKAT No 2 red n S2 No 3 spring 7G i ItO CO UN No 2 42ygi 42 OATS No 2 24 Ji 24 HYK No 2 6iJ C- l1OKKMess 11 40 u12 35 hMU Steam 665 6 77i NEW YORK FIOIM Win patent 4 25 IIWIIIIXo 2 red il lLNNo 2 mixed a 41IOATS No 2 mixed tl 2M- 1JYK 01 631Z- 1OUK Mess 13 00 tell 75 LAUD Steam g 7 05 BAKTIMOnE- WIIKAT No 2 red 75 W 75 I Southern 70 fl 82 COltX No 2 mixed J1iY r 4f tOATS No 2 mixed 28 fJ SSy iyHOGSINDIANAPOLIS WIII1Xo 2 red 6iJ S3 COKN No 2 mixed Ct 43 c OATS No 2 mixed t liY LOUISVILLE IOIUWIII patent i 30 5 00- vhhR4trNo 2 red t j SO COKN Mixed f 47 OATS Mixed 27 1OKK Mess irfM 00 LAKU Steam jj 7 00 n i 1 41 c JOKK GAINED HIS POINT Jllclilcnn SlHtemnnnVi Clever Uase Worked on a Committee on 1cnilonn Not Ions alln Congressman Hank Smith tlicHcoinl SIkhiigaui thitrietworketla joke lt im the hoe committee on pension It shiiuil ICiXiIaineil says the Chicago CItron that this committee it nut the one which has charge of the pensions which rew out of the civil war says a correspond at Its funrtions appertain to the granting pinioin to the veterans of he Mexican and Hlark Hawk wars and ther ancient unpvaintness It should lso be pointed out that one of their rules is that no widows pension shall he larger than a month This proceeds upon the theory that any widow who survives a veteran ni wars nuut ha comparatively young woman and that the must have the PefllOliIhitefore the committee at its last meptinl and n an incidental and smiling way alluded to the is a fine rillsai1 he in a guileless tort of way ympathize with its purpose believe it should ttand Hut jut to show ood faith I am going to propose an amendment I move that it be amended as to read except in the case of widows over 100 years of age The member of the committee are always n favor of a joke nail the proposition was adopted with a unanimous laugh And thereupon Hank produced from his pocket a bill to grant a pension of 12 a month to Mr Ilixon of Clinton Mich She ail just passed her one hundredth year It wa nut necessary to explain that her hut hand had served to within one day of the time reimiMte to get a pension in the reg manner The committee reported the ill favorably ChlnrIdie ision of China It is interesting to swatchJ he going to pieces of this ancient progressive race Many people in America dyspepiadiseases Vc are living too fast but strength vigor anti good health can be re- ainedif we keep oT anti cure the above dia with llostetters Stomach Hitters ITht Lost Thrill Have you ever felt the thrill that comes taut having a wept girl look up into your Is and tell you that she loves your Xo My nearest approach to it was 1101herwef t lips close to mine said George I adore volt Am you werent thrilled by that Nope Iwas jut about to he thrilled when hrr father who happened without our knowledge or consent to be standing bark of me got into action wouldnt niutit the feeling I had In it a mere thrill Chicago Timeslleratd- If You Have Pimples Tetter Eczema or any disease of the skin or Mucous Membranes that can lie reached b3n outward application it car cured busing Lotton great beauUticr arid Skin Curer which should be kept in every household ready for any emergency lotion Soap will greatly assist drlllictive free pamphlet of testimonials with sample of Lotion or Soap IIlty LOW RATES TO TEXAS Via M K t T nrt front Kansas CUT Low rate excursion tickets and one way tickets will be soul by the M K k T from 10Iportant points will be Dcnijon Sherman tinesvihleW ichi ta Falls Round Trip100lal- las Ft Worth Hound Trip 1200- Waco Hound 11111100Temple lIelton Taylor Round Trip 1400 Houston Galveston Round Trip 1500 Tickets good until luly 30th returning Good for ten days going and stopover in- Texas Oneway tickets will be sold same dates it 200 less than the above This opportunity dee not come often It Would Depend Employer According to your credentials honest3lIow yolmavehave to ask 25 per week If there is no reg iter I might be satisfied with 15 Boston Transcript Dent for the lIowelaiXo matter what ails you headache to a yourhouuelacure you without a gripe or pain produce easy natural movements cost you just 10 cents to start getting your health back Cascarets Candy Cathartic the jenllinllIIt up in metal boxes every tablet Cl C stamped on it Beware of imitations A Sly nil Blanche I made a regular tool of Harry last Cora cagenhyDzd he really propose IuckI Do Your Feet Ache anti Burnt Shake into your shoes Allens FootEase a powder for feet It nukes tight or Xew Shoes Feel Easy Cures Corns Itching Swollen Hot Callous Smarting Sore and Sweat Feet All Druggists and Shoe Stores tel 1Jc Sample sent FUEl Ad dress Alien S Olnited Le Hoy X V Not by the Pleee Merchant No I tell you I have absolute ly nothing for yon to do Applican Id he willing to do that on ialarylhiladelphia Press The next Prescription for Chills anti Fever is a bottle of Gnovcs TASTELESS Cm Tox ic Ills simply lronun111l1iniDeill atastclcss form Norurono pay Pricc50i Tn spite of the fact that the variettes of tamps now current in the world number 13811 every now and Jh en another small boy starts in to make a complete collection Somerville Journal Clarkuno did the alarm clock work I suppose you not up the moment it went aft lhiakeVes had to Uidnt have anything in bed to throw at ItllostonTranscript To Cure n Cold in One n7Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it falls to cure When t a man does you a favor repay it in your own way as soon as you can other wise the chances are ten to one that you will have to return it in his way later Somerville Journal Men admire women became they are women and anything that makes them Ies womanly makes them less charming Phil 1adelphia Times Via refund tOe for every package of PITNAM FADELESS Dies that fails to give satisfaction Monroe Drug Co Unionvllle Ma sold by all druggists Our best society might be even better if money less and think mOle Detroit Journal Pitos Cure for Consumption is an infalli ble medicine for coughs andcoldsX W Samuel Otc n Grove X J Feb 17 1900 Protect ns from our friends our enemies let us drink our tea or coffee the uvaycc like itIndianapolis Journal Goldthwaite Son Troy Ala wrote Tcethinas speedy cure of sores and erup tions upon have been remarkable All is not gold that glitters Sometimes it is a diamond Chicago Daily Xews halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally Price 75c True charity never waits until it is asked Chicago Daily News All time Kentucky belles whew Kitme Gum They like it The humorist gets his butter from the cuara of his jokes Chirato Daily Sews == cc =n = == = HALF A TRAIN LOAD OP COFFEES Thilnnksuukeabllotef roffm to buy t one time batnyIrepresents tbe purrhju made one da last week when we placed orders for four aolld cars otcuifre Olb1U0 lb I lb 1100 TotSoe nbodonotwsn iorot tbeir oss eofTt e offer some snsurpauafbrI tr asfoulow Splendid old Rio routed 10lb tomb JIii Ib I tJKloeitm value I0lbjig0l Wlt IUO 1bI1I Uolden lUocbokeIOlbf1fl3 toil 17U i looiutuxa Dan tos ranrT UIUNJS IOUIbtllLO ti WIU 10alUII JOAfr1 ran Ja LIMil1l ta3u la Ib tll70 tipeclal Llend Jaws and Uccini tiavor ialbil17 UllbtSlfi IOOIbII77o la ordering from eRy of tbe atom ujrfrvin SPECIAL BARCAINS IM COFFCE Order Immediately becaustf there Is a probability another ilco In prrcre Orders iiiiut MxoiatuUeu tjr leufi lath to cover tnsuportatlon charpw taunce C O If detlred To M ROBERTS SUPPLY HOUSE MINNEAPOLIS MINN f c r j isi7f1j 1 C t Nr i44 ASfcgcjable Preparalionror thcFoodandRegula ling thcStomadts or C ALDttCN Promotes DigcslionCheerfuh ness and ItestContains neither OpunnMorpfiite nonMincral HOT NARC OTIC Jal4e4txdJ1ce11uR1rRIRSe JUJauvt Rm Sutramn flaw ConstipaltonWorms Convulsions Fcverish ness nnd Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or NEW YOUIC Alb moiilhv EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER 1 a as of are if you never own and own in the on for five and no I Three hundred million Old smoked this your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents s r and Tj Inaut upon hiring item tike no others nd jou wffi jet tie beit shells that monty can btqr ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM flLL DR Irritation Aids I Rcgufetes the Bowels E E I ftl Strtnethtns the Child I Makes Teething Easy ncdhintf Powders A J Orm U23ctnt ta CJ NIOFFETT FL D ST LOUIS MO Must Boar of See FcSlmlle Wrapper Dclow Terr mall and as easy I to take ma ragar C FOR FOR TORPID LIVER PILLS FOR FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR p CURE SICK DoubleDaily KcTiIIne via Keck foril Uubuque Waterloo Fort lsshaauCoumn 4ILRO S rtlBlufls cars ilceplnc cars free reclInIng chair ears dining ear Son l to the umlcnlrnod Iota tree opyof Pieturaaond Notes EnRouts llliuitrat ins till newllnraseen Irtiin tho ear wirrtotr Tickets of nsnts or IC It KaDil connt cilns let A II HANSON O AMChtmv Two Delicious Desserts for price of one Time Grocers of this city are giving a jwckage of Burnhams Cream Custard to each purchaser of a package of Rurnhams Hasty Jcllycon Both make delicious desserts without cooking or bak lug Dissolve the Cream Custard in hot nilk Hasty Jellycon in hot water Order mr RUAPERS OP TIllS PAPBU Dt lltlNR lO BUV ANTTIIIXO AHVEKTISEI IN I7S COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UKJf SlAVING WhAT TEST ASK FOR UEKUS1NO ALL SUBSTlTUrKS OH IMITATIONS S w CASTORIA Poi Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signature For Over Thirty CASTORIA iiiiiiiiiiiuiMost everybody knows aboutSiO1dVirinia Cheroots 300000000 them being smoked this year Ask anybody about them have smoked them yourself They have made their reputation their place cigar trade wholly their merits Three good smokes cents waste Virginia Cheroots aAsk UICHESTE FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS NewRival Leader Repeater MOFFEHS iAIIays Digestion HB TEEnilNARzHtvMtheBovtl ofCostsABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Signature ARTEISHEABACHES BIUOUSHESS VER CONSTIPATION THECOMPLEXIOR 2zfsIsPurelyTegetabla HEADAC- HEOHICACOTO OMAHA Service Iliinet- Ilbrarysraolilns the aUse Years sesssssee s oc0 S 0 New Railroad to t i San Francisco 0 Santa Fe Route by o its San Joaquin i Valley Extension 0 The only line with 0 track and trains under one management all the way from Chicago to the Golden Gate Mountain passes extinct volcanos petrified forests prehistoric ruins Indian pueblos Yosemite Grand Canon of Arizona en route Same highgrade 0 service that has made 0 S the Santa Fe the favorite route to S 0 Southern California 0 Fast schedule Pull man and Tourist sleepers daily Free reclining chair cars Harvey meals throughout General Passenger Office The Atchisoo Topeka a Seats Te Rr ScncacoS 0 0OOeOe tiOoQ aOa CUSfS All llSt fAII Best Coaih Sjcpp TSMCS GooU Use In time SoRt br drcerit 11MI1 JtNKE o WREN VR3TING TO DVERT15ER please state that you saw thc dvertIm meat In this nu r bninsn ytnr Poore Wthdo Nalus and all kInd of BaUdlor tIItII- aD LLABS SAEDny ilghtrlawJwidosst Other mod lit prcpnrWrn Se d for Slice end e iIl on our STEEL and SPDIPIC We hae rerai esrsboughtat lowmrkesnd blltbelIatWUll51S0fllowtng price lirick Sidnc per CorTIlgted Booltat liesdedCeiingperquae8275 5tadftrIlcal iooflngcowptete S30O lioll snd CpROCAUO- Cprte 3 05 lit of flesquares ormore 5 icr quers ieia These rrks inciidr Oe boWtbtO f buWANTED Tb amsaOd 4s retail ci bouei wilt mai oar paeOrorer7 CiaIogUe FREE eTT1 1051t- Cne1nbO tDdi a 5 nwessnd djrrwot It Or more ruIUe farnsrsasd tbrr eumeFL CAtPH FISH Wohaieerytbtg in nbcuututandpoiuCgoob Send isocst for our SPECIAL CATA r uz ntlXet cotaieisg to peg size t xii iociws ic win ie stat puetge aio EREr T IIOEERTS 8UPPZY HOUSE LInneapo1i inn 1 1tt jjr Ji I J1 w k OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK TLOOK IT HUSHING CO t OWJXGSVJLLE KLl SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCEt T11JDAYJ1I1Y J HliJ 1 Ir lonkh like Townc for tbo tail tfInthe Bryan ticket t BKTAN Buy 16 to 1 or bust nmlI t of course it will be hothIBRYAN is n shocking politician Last week he even shocked the s wheat on hiR farm Tnn great international question how is Shall the foreign bull turn 1 himself loose in the China shop Ball mean put Hill on the ticket with Bryun nnd give theI people a chance to kill two i with one etoue UNCLE SAM lias just dunned Tur lev again for that little 1 0 U If Unole 6ts jitto if with the Turk ho wilt be mrning throe wars at the artt tIlUt E IT looks like lh b rftrL too idlHryniiiztd Jind turned to start nt Kansas City this vvek Still Dave Hill end DickS 1WCThker Nrc thre I WHAT pairinnc 15ry nite will raze trt d the Lemuel Quigg plat t tunis act nt lttttc Oily and risk 4 I hating iiuMimeiits built to his Hezbry byi grateful people t TIIJWAS in il o role of n dryland- Nd Mun H early in evidenceit1 at Kiuiens tity If he dncent ehow p S f up riih his jiiiihfork it will be as 4 iut n chow n n eirtU without n 4 iIown 1AwunLK pastij1 of people firmly t e tliil ih Brynnizcd Democ rnry in n Mimird foolish aggrega Iionnt as foolish however as it J can be hilt hopeful anil ptrscvcr q I f ing in thnt respect t IXJBU AtieayaT in a epceeh ad vi ed the mifHonaries to not got martyred but if they must to get S martyred ns quietly na possible feh The Premier ie a humorist as well as wke statpfininn I = f TJIK Illinois Stnto Democratic 4 convention snubbed Adlai E Stev enson iftor elI his loyalty to free silver fr delegate to Kansas City 3ttiatinjj him alternate only Adlai Chad the pinh to decline to server 1b A eouiizns organization has icirde MrKinlcy a Colonel nnd Ken j i you 0 College has conferred the lionornry de lee of Doctor of Laws on Mark Hannn The laws had bet l 4 ier throw Marks physic to the dogs l tj MAUK aoundoubtciIJv cut a swell tit the Philadelphia lovefeast but flnbfttytt Kansas City this week da tnt scratch an itching spot without Bryans consent al though the MoMer may not even be in that town rrIIRnneenfluglI signs to war that Bcckbam intends to call together the Legisj Sbtturethe coniing fall to repeal or the Goebel Election law t Nothing but an honest just job k will go with the people lED National Prohibitionists nun put up John G Woolly of Il I linois for President and Henry B Mctcalf of Rhode Island for Vice President I t is presuracdof course that the head of the ticket is also wild und hard to curry Ax ofilcial at Washington is quo e ted us tnying that Uncle Sams reparations for the Chinese crisis are of a magnitude that would both interest anti surprise the public r Let HE nil kniw Uncle thats what 7iweve employed you for REAR ADUIEAL Jonx W PHILLIP who cnmuittnded the battleship Teiui ai the destruction of Ccrve 5 ras fleet died of heart disease at 4 4 1IJthe Urookly Navy yard of which was commandant last Saturday He wus noted for his extreme piety lor H rinvu olticer t q THE battleship Oregon the most famous stlof the new navy grounded in the Gulf of Pe Chi Li China tat week and knocked some aliole in herself It would be too s bad if the great ship should come to her death in that way after her 7 brief but glorious career L GUEAT HKITAIS is said to bo more anxious just now for the integrity of her empire than even during the darkest days of tbo Doer war That Chinese question is a mighty powder magazine around which the children for a few years hue been recklessly playing with fire 4Z JCDGC JAMES P TARVIH of COT ington thought he was a candidate I for Vice Piesident but the State l Gorbelitc convention undeceived zt4 him by refusing to even make him a drlente to Kansas City He has now entirid for the Gubernatorial 1nomination with blood in his eye I jA PALT of the German press and L1 1 a Gcimun Bishop attribute theI tZ Boxrr uprising to Germanys seiz fs ure of me province with the sncezy name in recent years It is well enough to proceed on the assump tion that the Chinaman is not theI real color of the coat or paint giv en him by the foreignerst A PrmucHG dispatch says the big iron nnd steel combines have i ci concluded to abandon nil artificial restriction on the prices of iron r and steel products except steel rails c 1 and will Kl prices go as low as theyr 4r may In the hope of jtatoring the i demand that was checked by highp ri prices Thats pretty good s1 another evidenee that many of the trusts arc subject to natural laws a more powerful than statuteswJ1 Ii t 4 IT A 1 ft r r L 1jdl l 4 4 thelIucsionsilver he chops himself mid nobody can doubt that ho is too selfishly sngniioiis to jilay any such trickon hi in self HP titO latlur Tin Kansas Chy liotvlkrepirs will be busy the balance of the week counting their rilvor and plated table ware towels nnd other porta articles of properly for a cer titt number of delcfjatos nre near y sure to play tIlt game of robbing the robbers OfCllIbClrll1hoGoebel had says Gocbel was in the completest sense author of the Goebel Election hut that is now a law and it is ridiculous for anyone to saythat he want It is up to Henry IVntlmon now to show why he isnt ridiculous Y3t J KCVAK had David B lull to conic t Lincoln for n political consultation Sunduy If Bryan knocks under on n specific declara tion for 10 to I ho is not the sumo old Bryan but a man named Den- nIs If ho sticks to an aggressive riotous 16 to 1 policy his nnmo will be Mud in November =CAKKT the news to Hannn The National Prohihn at Chicago contributed their quota to tho gtycty of nations by denouncing 1rcsident McKinley on the charge of dallying with the wino when it is rosy Among Macks sins of omissionand commission it is hardly probable that such a charge can ho main tamed IF sentiment runs away with the convention at Kansas Cityand Bryan ie nominated on the Fourth the hotel keepers foiled in their holdup will ho a dangerous t et of people to encounter Look out for dynamite and cold pizen But then there are the braves from Tammany as tough as hammered dough ThERE is bound to bo the devil to pay in China and a world of hot pitch handy The German Minis ter at Peking was dragged from his horse and brutally hacked to pieces with swords by not only Boxers but Chinese troops also That wilt bring it on No nation can stand that and Germany is ns little dis posed to 10 so as any of them AFTER trying three days the Goe bellies couldnt get into the safe at tho State Treasurers office so they had to send for a Floyd county convict noted R5 a cracksman and he opened it in a short time If there had been an office inside the safe the Stato Election Board or the Goebelite majority of tho Legislature could have opened it in two minutes HAKXAIEM is the limburger cheese of statesmanship extremely of feneive to tho smell but nourishing withal and to the man intoxicated with paternalism and imperialism decidedly relishablo Bryanism is A mess of deadly frogstools preten ding to bo mushrooms If the coun try should indulge in the latter it might pull through and thenngain it might not TriEHE is a row up among cer tamof the minor Republican nota bles over alleged sharp practice in constructing the Republican platform at Philadelphia by which certain planks were changed or loft out Aside from the reprehensible trickery of secretaries or others wilfully disregarding the wishes of the majority of those officially chargedwith the construction of the platform there would have been no great kick coming from the na tion fa good many doted planks and foxfire timber had been left out ON Nov 7th 1899 Wm Goebc1 recoled191331votes for the office of Governor of Kentucky Wm Taylor received 193714 votes for the same Tho balance of their respective tickets received propor tionatelyabout tbo same Yet the Goebelite candidates arc exercising the power of the offices for which they were defeated and are draw ing salaries for the same That is enough to eternally damn them politically and the people will be the instruments of destiny official ly beginning next Nov 6th GEN A J WARNER of Ohio was introduced Monday at a Kansas City meeting of tho United States Monetary League by Gov St John us the father of the cause of free silver Then Gen Warner wont and done it by saying there was nothing sacred about 16 to 1 Corn Harvey and St John lit him and as furiouslydenounced personally by others How sharper upbraldingsto the father of the brat TUESDAYS news from China indi cates that the situation is worse than ever At Peking the Ameri call Italian and Dutch legations were burned the whole body of foreign diplomats were besieged their provisions nearly exhausted and the situation desperate There were 20000 Chinese soldiers inside and 30000 around Peking The fighting continues at Tien Tsin The allied foreign troops had not PekingPrinceEmpress and usurped the throne He turned the imperial troops against the foreigners ands responsible for the death of the German Minister The Chinese are destroying tho Russian railways in Manchuria and that nation tins eed of its troops at hand to put- down the uprising there while Ja an is looked to by the allied pOW- ers to bear the brunt of the mine diale relief of the Peking legations s her army is close by and pre ared J 1 1 Kt r rzfr Go1j1t 7ft 7ft f s v = JvvuCORRESPONDENCE Moores Ferry Mrs lohn Otis ivisiting relative in Pluming lo this work Aaron Kamiing of Jessamine county ijiited fi U Myiro Satur day Stini1y- Euler IL II Kot s tilled his ap pointment at I led rieks Saturday night and Sunday one reclaimed Eider It It Neal of Graysonwill preach at I led ricks tin Monday night after the second Sunday in July Married nt the residence of Huh crt ollivrr Sunday morning July in Klihu Ford nnd Miss Mollin Kl lin ton Elder B Ross tied tho nuptial knot Miss Mollie in the charming and sociable daughter of Taylor Ellington of Rowan coon ty near here Mr Kurd is a eoI- of W B Ford anti was a soldier the First Kentucky in the Spanish American War May life bu to them one long summer day EwinRton Mr Fox had two calves bitten by a maddog II M OrniB had a calf to die of hydrophobia Labor IB plentiful and work hands are scarce Blackberries arc ripe arid plenti ful where there are briars Clever Dr Inuf Judy wis in this part u few days ago taking tho census Walter Gopher assisted tho Mor mon Elders nt Flat Creek and preached his first sermon Walter is a good talker Misses Emily nnd Out Quiuen berry will visit Miss Galotm lone aldeon near luriand attend Chautiiuqun at Lexington next weeK Mr and Mrs D A Grimes Misses Gallic und Louise Walls of Covington nnd Miss Lulu Clark of near Sharp burg were tho pleasant guests of Misses Lutie and Emily Quiscnbcrry the past week Granco City Heavy rains hero last week J L Mnrkwell went to Cincinnati last week on business Miss Oddio Power of Bath Co visited Miss Rosa Johnson last week Several from hero attended Chil drens day services at IlilUboro Sunday night Licking river has been up from tho recent rains and dono a grout deal of damage Mrs AI Ilawlings and Miss Cat rie Hatton went Sunday to visit relatives at Salt Lick and Moore Ferry J D Myers of Wyoming passed through Monday en route to Wash ington D C where he has a posi lion in the Census Bureau Mrs J D Myers daughter Alma and Robert Anderson of Wyoming accompanied J D Myers to Flea ingsburg to visit Joe Myers und family this week Craiprs Wm Toy robbed ono of his bee stands and got 28 lbs of honey We hada nice Sundayschool Sunday n large attendance and good behavior James Anderson bought eight barrels of corn from Marion Moore at 3 per barrel Corn is high but tho prospect is that it will be cheap this fall Marion Bailey while wrestling with some boys the other day lost a pocketbook with ten dollars in it We feel sorry for him as ho is a hardworking boy Brother Roes preached here Sunday evening Ho is a good speaker t He had a large attendance Ho will be here again the first Sunday af ternon in August- A good rain fell bore Thursday It was badly needed for the people had to drive stock to Slate to wa ter Tho rain nit make some po tatoes for us Pen Sticks people Married Saturday evening Juno 30th Mrs Sarepta Craig and Mr John B Hunt at tho home of the groom We wish them much joy and a happy life This is Johns third wife Look out boys there will be no girls left if John gets married many more times Slate Valley Wo have a good Sundayschool We were blessed with a good rain Thursday eve Bob Bailey and wife of Prickly Ash visited relatives near Craig SundayMiss Jennie Stono was the guest of Miss Eula Parker cast of Slate Sunday John Tinchor wife and little girl were guests of the family of Will Craig Sunday Jack Toy and wife of Wyoming wore guests of the family of Sari Shultz Sunday A good many from around hero wont to hear Elder Ross preach nt Craigs Sunday Willie E Atchison and wife of Salt Lick visited in this and ad joining counties frOnt Thursday until Sunday Sam Shultz delivered ton lambs to Will Young of Flat Creek at 5c per pound They averaged 81 lbs Tire bunch brought 4050 Elder Ross of near Owingavillc passed here Saturday on his way to Hedricks where ho preached Saturday night and Sunday morning Butler Toy delivered five lambs to Will Young of Flat Creek at 425 a head He also delivered ono wether to Orh Harris for 560 t f t nru = Flat Creoh- Iluckberricb are ripe and on the market Your scribe has bcin 011 lIe tiec list Feveral days Tom Steele sold 7 head of log last week for 20 Walter Gopher lift last week II visit friends in Lexington Mis Dellin Maupin of Mt Ster liling visited friends here Sunday Mrs Raitiv of near Mt Sterling is dungerousiy ill mid tint expected to live Vamp Smoot line S acres uf tot biicio hut i said to le till let in Bath county j Tom Warner and wife of neat Judy visited at Salt Lick Severn lays last week IllIe Kerns nnd wifof Grassy Lick visited relatives hero Sntur tiny and Sunday Walter Gopher was driving the other day with tho one he loves best It Was his mother During the recent storm lightning struck the telephone Wire i nnd run into Wm Rices house Tom Fassett who was bitten ol the hand by n calf nnd got dew poisoned has been FiilFering much pain The recent flood considerable damage to farmers Jas Williams rind Ben Dragon lost a largo part of tobacco also Newt Carpenters crop of wheat washed away Upper Prickly Ash Mrs W J Shrout visited rela tires on Flat Creek Saturday and SundayMiss Louie Parkor of Fiat Creek i visited her aunt Mrs W J Shrout last week Miss Fcnton Shrout began tin public school nt the Hendrix ecliool house Monday Mrs Ella hamilton and Cumily- ot near Mt Sterling visited II A Lyter and wife Sunday Miss Lithe Spencer of Roe s Run and her guest Miss Minnie Shrout of Clark Co were guests of Miss Fenton Shrout last Friday Miss Arizona Uris tow who had been visiting relatives in this com munity for several weeks returned to her home in Jessamine Co Saturday Mrs W M Warner little daughter Dollie L and Mrs A D Lytor of Berry Kyf who had been spending tho past two weeks with relatives in this neighborhood ro turned to their home Monday On last Thursday eveningit Miss Mattie Whentlny was returning from Owingsvillo her horse became frightened while coming down the town hill and begun to run running against the liluek smith Fhop near Horsemans store throwing Miss Wheatley out and bruising her up considerably Bethel Miss Amanda IlatlilF of Carlisle is the guest of Miss Susan Kutliif this week Our village was blessed wHJn splendid rain Thursday which was badlyneeded Mrs Charles Wilson and Mrs Grizella Sanderson spent Tuesday in Mt Sterling Mrs Ida Dcsha anti little daughter of Paris are visiting her sister Mrs Mary Whaley Charley Gossett filled the pulpit here Sunday Rev A P Jones preached at Cassidy Mrs Roe Freeland of Mt Sterling is visiting her parents John Arrusimth and wife W B Scott is building a new veranda and otherwise improving- his residence on North Main St Miss Fannie Lane of Ml Ster ling has been spending few days with her sister Mrs Ed Gregory Miss Burns her brother and Hurry B Arrasmith of near EHzaville are visiting Mrs Stisan Ilazelrigg TOE SICK George Wilson is very low Mrs JohnGossett is a little better Mrs Ed Reid is very sick Miss Mary Lancaster is better Mrs Dr Davis is improving Mrs Joseph McAlistcr is better Morohead Lightning bugs have begun business Morehead has u cinch on that new railroad Our local weatherman still gives us a hot old time Tire war in China baa caused a big slump in tho price ofUsang The rain and warm weather are makingcrops and gardens get a move on- Bocnuso n man is green is no rea son ho belongs to the vegetable kingdom Androw Jackson Cheap of Salt Lick paid his wonted visit to More head Sunday When a fellow calls his sweet heart n brick does he mean she has a hard heart Miss Loch Tippett has returned from Ashland whore she spent several months in college They say tire railroad to West Liberty will bo completed by the present year So moto it be Miss Lucio Mann a very popular young lady of Paris is time pleasant guest of her uncle Rev L Eo Mann Wan E Allen the former senior editor of the Mountaineer has accepted a position with the Ashland Printing Co Walter Lyttleton will continue the business hero It is estimated that tho advance n the price of sugar will take 30000000 from the pockets of the poor people and put it in the Golfers of tho sugar barons Who said trusts wore a benefit to thus miI 4a i 7 I 4 rOJaJ w Iliickleheriies have made their nppenrunjc on the market here All kind oT fruit and berries arc plentiful this year eXIOillwith JoHscIsMi Bros Items are few this week on nc count of our presence at the lviinf City convention where we hope it be nominated for Vice President The Freestone quarry five mile west of litre IIP been purchased by a joint stock company composed I Uov L E Mann of this place Kev E G B Mann and Fletcher Mann of Parif and D M Dillfr of Uarisle IOdessaToo busy last week to gather finJ items and this week not much better Mrs Simps Purvis and children of Suit Lick arc the guests of Jno T Gudgcll this week Elder Inxtonof Owingsville will nreach at White Oak at II oclock a ni the third Sunday in July There was a large crowd attend IIcd the funernl discourse in memory of Harrison Svvetnuin preached by Elder T S Tinsloy at White Oak Sunday afternoon Our Sundayschool will meet next Sunday at oclock p m in order to give those who desire it a chance to attend Bro Tinsloya meeting at harpers at 3 oclock Mrs Xurildiv Jones of noire Hill Top has been viriting friends and relatives hero for the past two weeks Atiiong her visits hero we will mention one as Mrs Jones got so badly scared During her visit nt Mrs J S Andersons site was sleeping in a room tulane I believe A Ii tile dog had slipped in and got under her bed Tho dogs name was Goobol The dogs name ira j presence were both unknown to Mrs J so as she was somewhat frightened over time noiso any way Sue called some one of the family into time room As they entered the room site told what she had heard They said they expected it was Goebel as he was there most every night Mrs J was thinking of Wm Goobel and almost fnintcd whon explanations were made anil all was over Crooks Capt Wood was in Mt Sterling Saturday Bill Holder of Bourbon Co vis ited here last week Miss Eddie Thomas of Ewing ton visited here last week Maddogs tire raging here There were several killed last week Thero was a damaging rain fell here lust Thursday afternoon Then are a series of meetings being heldst Union Church it- 1reenI t Prof Jss Tnpp is teircitingZR singing fnhuol at Kendalls Spring this week- S V Jihnpon and William Wil liamemi wont to Wades Mill Slit urday on business Mrs F D GIU michael was called to tin bedside cf her mother near Frenchburg last week Cole Barnes Martin Hart an d Wilson Williamson went to Winchester one day last week Bill Carmichael of Stcpstone comes here nearly every Sunday Look about boys and dont lot Billio beat your time Died Friday June 29th Miss Susio Clark daughter of John Clark Tho deceased had spinal disease and was sick only a short time Interment Saturday at the Jackson graveyard A neighbor of ours who was troubledconsiderably with other peoples stock eating up his oats had u sign placed in his field which read as follows NoticeIfany mans or womans cow gets into these hero oats his or her tail will be cut off as the case may be Stepstone We had n big rain here Thurs dayMrs B F Myers Jr is on the sick Ii atIMiss Ohio Hart left here Monday OlympiaMiss Tipton left here Mon day for Owingsville Jack Rauicy of Olympia has been visiting relatives hero since last Friday Mrs Frazier of Nashville Tenn visited her kinsman Thos H Steele from June 22d till 2Sth Ben W Sondheimor was out on a business trip that took him lour days to run down last week Mists Ollie Hart of Olympia arrived here on n visit toMrs E L Payne Thursday afternoon E P Thompson was visiting relatives at Howards Mill last week and reports them short of rain M F Wilsons daughter who had been visiting her aunt Mrs las Ros at Thomson for a few weeks returned homo Wednesday well pleased with her trip- E W Grove the proprietor of time Paris Medicine Co of St Louis Mo was horo from Friday until Monday visiting his drummer II C Mean and prospecting in laudI Some unknown parties tookoff two gates on the road to SugarI Grove schoolhouse throwing themI out in tire fields and broke out the front windows of the schoolhouse Such persons ought to be ocked up for safekeeping Ono of our upper Stepstono boys a started to Union Church Sunday e night with his girl hut after tho horse got as fur as Howards Mill he took a notion to go no further and so our boy concluded the next 4 i 111O j jt T S l o liusi thing to do WHS to let the irurse Imvc its own way and did MI They then found that the horse knew the way nnd came homo with them O K The Other Slclo The following is an extractor a ser mon by Herbert Bigolow doliver ed in t tie pulpit of the Vine Street Congregational Church yesterday Tho subject was Tho IJoxers anti the text chostMi was Why bcholdest- i thoit the mote that Is in thy brothers eye hut considerest not the h amI that is in thlno own eye lIe said l rcsH reports say that regret WHII expressed In the Navy Department at Washington that the American Hhip did not participate in the action againKt tho Taku forts Regrot did not sooin to bo that tho bombardment Hhould have boon necessary hut that American seamen had not tho savage satisfaction of taking a hand in the ugly business Thus it is that while tho Christian sentiment may be reluctantly drawn into a war thero is also the savago nature which glories In the occasion for war While wo deny tire Chinamans right to murder foreigners who Ire thero under treaty guarantees are wo equally ready to concede tho right of his government in a peace able antI legal way to exclude for eigncrs Wo exercised that right when we passed tho Chinese oxclu siou act If the Chinaman does not like us BO much the worso for his taste of course But bavo we any stones to throw on that score What are the Boxers but an A IA organ- Ization with yellow skins and pigtails and with tho courage of their convictions Hut wo complain tho Chinaman does not want to trade with us It is too bad ho doesnt understand tho beneficent ethical as wen as the economic effects of free trade All tariffs arc relics of barbarism Would that tho American people wore cIv- ilized enough to know that But the Chinaman does nut like our religion Neither do I like tire brand that is usually exported for his consumption Tho more benighted a mans religion the more anxious he is to bestow it upon others Missionary zeal seems to bear an inverse ratio to religions enlightenment The nat ural method for tho religious rcgcn oration of a country would seem to bo a reformation of tho natlvo faith by natives not tho imposition of n foreign faith by foreigners To send missionaries to the heathen when we have such an abundance of paganism at home seems as much like impertinence as benevolence We abomi irate the Chinese practice of shoe lacing a practice which is less in jurious tItan tho American way of lacing Wo are shocked at the wicked ancestor worship We have novor thought that some of tIre effort spent In destroying the ancestor wor ship in China might be spent with profit inculcating respect for parents in the American youth If instead of exporting our Christianity we should apply some of it to a solition of the problems of poverty wo would IIfUmlerl greater Her lir e to civlliza tiun than liy converting the Chinese to the medieval elements of our tIn ology I sympathize with the preach er who said he hind no piety to boast of zurich no religion to spare It seems to mo a trifle inconsistent for those P40Jlllecreed inuistdepeimdfortlreirszulvatIoL upon butions of the missionary box wish the Cinnamon were enough nrt vanced in civilization to realize that the truth In their own religion wonld only be purified nnd strengthened b v allowing foreigners their utmost freedom in trying to undermine it But are wo that civilized It is a pity that the trustees of our colleges do not put the samo value upon the free dom of thought and discussion The press informed us that a body of Cincinnati preachers waited on the Mayor ono day last summer nnd asked that tho police power be used to prevent tho preaching of Mormon- Ism on our street corners It is no doubt to thocreditoftireseprcachcrci that they missionaries But tho use of the police power to suppress freedom and the use of n mob are only different ways of doing the same timing- SBut it is said tho Chinaman I shockingly behind tho times Yet before we are carried away by the Kipling hysteria it would be well to consider tire beam In our own eye I do not boliove wo should permit the murder of our citizens Neither do I believe we should begin tire war for the protection of the missionary rind end it wfth a claim for territory Tire Boxers were too accommodating They seem to have proceeded on the plan of Artcmus Ward which was to find out what your enemy wants and then let him have It In the light of previous aggressions upon Chinese soil wo may perhaps be for givon the suspicion that the powers might consider this opportunity worth tho blood of several mission aries It is certainly the duty of tho United States to tnke no part in this business beyond tho protection of American citizens It is our maul fest duty to practise the virtues of a Christian democracy As Gladstone advised Let us recognize and rec ognize with frankness the equality of tho weak with the strong the principle of brotherhood among tire nations anti of their sacred indopon denceIt Cincinnati Commercial Tribune i TImE 23o PsALtAPAuony The politician is my shepherd 1 shall nut want good things during the campaign lIe Icadeth mo in tire saloon for my votes sake he filloth my pocket with good cigars my glass of beer runneth over He prepare th my ticket for me in the presence of my better judgment Yea though I walk through the mud and tho rain to vote for him plectedme lo when I meet hint in his fice ho knowcth me not Surely wool has been pulled over mine thelIi all the days of my lireE 4 F fAf L 2io I ffir I1 y s or = j r 4 11 = a += i IJCm L A1T BYRON fLARE DEALERS IN handmade BUGGY HARNES- SSloYC5RangesJraiGs iiI1Ip1e1Ie1Jts Machines25 Easy Payments Guaranteed 5 Years t r GOOD DISCOUNT FOR CASH t REFRIGERATORS ICECREAM ICHINA AMERICAN FIELD FREEZERSI c 1i0 + r = tTheres no ererri to go to theneedCIlOW J FillYoull and no l PARIS Bis Pond EXPO Augusttofear fo =43 14 15 1617 JIt II30000P llive Stock Trotting Pacing Ruining Hole Races1 f Z oo Attxaotloaoe V THE HUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND1 35 Fine Lads direct from Hungary n Dally Concorto 35 2I TilE WEBNTZ FAM- ILYMEMBERS6 Aerialists Supreme These families will give FREEPERFORMANCES ouch day In front of the grand stand lJbe AEO TI rrWill Include the most gorgeous extensive and attractive array of amuse i meat features the best and highest priced artists and the grandest awe fcatlon of Oriental and modem novsrty features arer congregated uadec oUt management YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS IT E W BHANKUN Secretary Ky VJ fCTExcurslou rates on all railroads See posters and scull band bins 9 J iJi Making and Marring Bosses Louisville Posts N Y Corl In telling how tho party boss iu made Controller Bird S Coler says There is a vast difference UIleDderboss represents his friends while a leader represents the welfare of ill tIme people who have given him their votes The two are no more alike than black is like white Any man rn y become a boss on u Sine II scale who CUll gather a few voters in the back mom of a saloon When he iris welded theta together by appealing to their eelfiyh interests their race prejudice or dislike of some individual he becomes a politician who hut to be taken into nc count Whether he hits five votes or 5000 tIre principle is thsnnu He obtains his influence by per minding others to combine the votes mba marketable commodi and give this community into his keeping Year by year the number of his followers increases until his wo goes forth us time fiat of a mnonnrc The motto of the boss is Friends first taxpayers afterward He re gnrds politics as the art of obtaining public money as legally us pos slble for himself and the members of his clique His code of morals will not allow him to steal money from the city or State treasury hut he takes care that every contract is awarded to one of his political al lies no matter what price the pub lie has to pay for this touching es hibition of friendship As the number of his satellites increases tho power of the boss becomes greater Ho begins to dictate public policy and to overshadow the executive lIe controls not only the majority of the otllce holders but the immense army of offirehunters as well Ho becomes the gatekeeper of political prefer meat and no nomination is valid until endorsed by him Ho forces even reform candidates to coinpro miso with him In this way it becomes possible for one man who may never have been elected to hold a public office of any kind to hold the affairs or- an entire city or State in his hands When this occurs the people may well fear for their rights and their propertyCThe party boss is like typhoid fHerhe is the natural product 0 nnd uncleanpolitical conditions The power of these bosses is not given to them by law It is the voluntary gift of the voters and may be swept away at an primaryelection when the peoplet are aroused and indignantCMayor S M Jones of Toledo 0 tells bow bosses are unmade IlSt followsITo get rid of the boss wo mustfI get rid of the party The boss under the present party ysom in the United States is not an accihdent he is as I have said n bnmatepolitics can be no longer managed e without him Those who cling to a the party system must bo contentK to be made the tools of a party system is worn outhas goneK to seed it has served its Wo are ready for another step for ward toward liberty and equality and we shall never see a single move in any department of govern ment that is truly progressive while arties rule us- Government by parties and boss is better than government byd ings but it is a long way ee government it is not even ara government j it is indeed en 1i Saddles WAGON II HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS celebrated KEMIUIssoood HE roiwoura FAULT 8MEMBERS8UvinMAcnMs Lexington neglect government by a small minority The government of parties and party bosses is government by dl vine right of Kings under another form t Yerkes andBeckham Yerkes is 20000 votes stronger than Taylor was and Beckham will be 10000 votes weaker than Goe bel Jf the Democrats of Kentucky expect to win this full they WilL have to do something and do it quick ThePe wordsuttered by Jo Black burn to u number of political friends and admirers during the recent Democratic State conven Lion in Louisville show how serious a view the exUnited States Sen ator takes of the lhul situation There seems to be no duubtthat Senator Blackburn spoke the words attributed to him in the foregoing The statement was made in the presence of u score of men and peIKtyContinuinghe stated thatTerkee by reason of his personal populari ty and his record was a strong Repubhbe intimated that Beckham being without Goebils powers for organization and direction would poll less votes by many thousands than the head of the Goebel ticket polled at the election last Novembor If Blackburns prophecy be true it is easy to see tbat Yerkes ma jority for Governor will be too large to be destroyed by theft or fraud or force Louisville Post A RARE OPPORTUSITT To tboseJwho seek pleasure and enjoyment and have neither the time money or inclination to go to the Paris Exposition there is an opportunity for enjoyment right at home sec ond to none Last year the Lex ington Horse Show Fair and Car nival was time talk of all the coun try This season they have broad 4 ened out and will put before therpeople the most gorgeous exhibi tions in the live stock department ever witnessed in America The world renowned aggregation of juvenile talent the Hungarian Boys Military Band 35 bids from 6 to 16 years of age will give con certs daily in front of grand stand the Dillworth family the moat cel ebrated aggregation of acrobats in world and the Werntz family faerial artists that have startled of spectators on both sides L theater will give free exhibition each morning and afternoon The Arcadian Villa will contain the most costly elaborate and ex p tensive array of talent that money an procure Thousands of dollars ave been spent to secure the pre fJsartists of America to fill the various theaters in the Villa and o such gigantic and manelonaocollection of amusement features was ever before congregated under ne management Watch posters and bills newspaper and bulletin See your local agent for 14 rates and dont overlook n opportunity for an extensive at the smallest possible cost eep the date in your notebook LUgust 131811 gala week in old PALACE BARBER SHOP- C P MANN Prop Owingsville Ky I have moved to the hpocket one oor from O C Harris where you will always find sharp zors and clean towels I solicit your patronage 40a i r