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and to Elder Kendalls meeting is still in progress at Olympia Five ad ditions Saturday night and ten Sunday night E C PERRY Dentist located over J M Ricbarts store Ofllco hours8tol2amlto5prnHenry s villian was reelected City Attor ney of Louisvillo for four years this week The burn at A S Strothor fe Coi brick kiln was very success ful They are now prcpnred to fill all orders with firstclass brick This town has been enjoying a tropical climate for some days and nights included The thermometer registered 98 in the shade Monday afternoon at 4 oclock Bicycle Sewing MachineiGuns Clocks etc repaired by ADD PowEn over postofllcc MAURrPDMr Stanton Clift and Miss Anna Lewis Cnrpenter of Low isburg eloped to Georgetown 0 Monday ol last week where thoy were mnrrled that evening nt 7 oclock The couple nre popular in IVewisbnrBs social circles and their lopement was quite n surprise to their friondsFlemlngsburg bazetto 1The bride is a daughter of Mrs Jennie Carpenter and was partly reared here rhe ohlfahioned fuir nt Cyn thiana August 12 3 and 4 will be the best of the year Everybody iI Jsgoing SURE SIGN The seawma first J katydiAoirthe night IIr July 12th feebly ieserUd that Kntie lid but nr uiinl neglected to state what it was thnt young Indy hail done or why she did it However it lf isa EurO sign thnt within sit weeks ur some other period frost will fall if the temperature is low enough and tho sky cloudless at the same time The Cynthiana Fair offers 3000 in premiums Floral Halt Won derful special attractions Admission 25 cents Aug 1 2 3 and 4 Have you a catalogu- eIgoynwENrGeorgo A Peed believes in both tastefulness and convenience in a family residence and is Jultlfinilhing up A 34foot twostory addition f iha front of bit home just east of town with a veranda running the full length of the front George has an attrac tire pace situated on the highest pfrt in the neighborhood with a grassy yard laid out in gravel walks and thickly shaded with a 7variety of forest trees ADULTERATED SEEDOur farm ers are being badly imposed on in the purchase of field seeds Jacob Warner and tbo writer of this ar tide each sowed in the spring of 1899 a lot of clover seed that they bought for the best quality and paid for accordingly and nearly half of their crops from the same were a new kind of thistle that appears to bea very troublesome weed Others report that their crops of clover and oats arc largely white mustard the seed of which is very much like clover seed If there is no law against such adul teration it may be necessary to enact one for the peoples protec tion The Cyntbiana Fair offers as a special attraction the celebrated Miers family of four artists won derful acquatic wonders August 1 2 Sandi A HAT RID They rode a ride adown the rond Their hearts were light and gay They rode a rido back up the rond Thoy rode them on the hay The prose of It was that a party of blithe and bonny maidens and their gallant escorts went out to John Dawsonfl lastThursday night and spent the time till bedtime as firily as a gathering of happy young people are accustomed to The trip was made thus in regula tion hayrlde style A jolt wagon was secured and a certain thick seii of hay spread over the bottom oft yagen bed Then atarpau lis was laid down as a covering for the wore or less probably less af o ver a few Jolts springy hay Then I the young gentlemen and young ladies took their seats in chairs on the tarpaulin end tbe horses beifag whipped up imagination did the- 1Jrest To be jolly is to will to be so with earnestness and the job isnoi llPVerjdifficult when one is young aadin buoyant spirits ijitt cIl L qItIc 1 Il Ji i jh f Jo t r l it 0 lf1 T t rY J ij IThe Hcpuhlicnn State convention i at Tuesday nominated John W Ycrkcc of lanvillel y nc clnniation for Governor as wns a foregone conclusion from the time ho said ho was a candidate for the place The platforms distinctive feature is Civil Liberty L READ I have bought tho stock of Furniture that belonged to the C II Hoon estate and havo moved my business to the Hoon store room and desiring to make room to put nil my goods in one house I mil sell at greatly reduced prices for thirty days T S Siinour GKKAT Snow Lexington Street Fair Aug 1318 Excursion on all railroads Hungarian Hoys Mili tary Hand of thirtyfive boys C to IGyonrs old Shorthorn Angus Aberdeen and Hereford cattle shows Flower show Horse and mule races Acrobats and lnahiy kinds of performances Jap thea tre Dog nnd Monkey show Con gress of dancing girls Performing animals Vitnscopc German Vii lage Street of nil nations Chil drens theatre of marionettes Many things besides See posters Dont forget dates Aug 13 to IS Lexington Horse Show Fair nnd Carnival EUGENES FAHH There is one line of manufacture for which Ow ingsvillo has long been noted and for the products of which there has been n regular demand from vari ous States that is fino saddles An OUTLOOK reporter was around nt Eugene Minihans shop Wodnes day of last week and saw him packing for shipment two of tho hnndsomest saddles he ever saw They were his celebrated Kentucky Spring Scat saddles and ho was expressing them to Judge Caleb n Brooks and H II Hagan of Guthrie Oklahoma Ho received 35 each for them The week before he shipped one to Burks Gordon Co Virginia to Samuel T Hcninger who wrote to Eugene remitting for the saddle and saying that it was the easiest saddle he ever used Von RarThe Thomas Clark Post No 36 G A R will rent the reunion grounds on whichsaid post will hold its reunion this fall tit 2 oclock p m on August Courtday at the Courthouse in OAingsvillc Tho renter of the grounds will hive privilege of hold ing said rennion nt Preston Coul thnrds Woods Grange Cityor anyI other suitable place The Post will reserve the right to rrject any or iallbldi Wi W WILLIYIIQuartermaster LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET By George It Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CnJuly 13 1900All celery grudes of tobacco including good leaf and lugs both cherry red nnd bright have sold remarkably well and held their own the week under extraordinarily large offerings Wednes Any being 1165 and Thursday ovcrI 1000 hhds The greater portion of tobacco now being offered is in such order that the buying trnde is satisfied with the order The common and medium dark red tobaccos are somewhat irregulnr in price on nccount of there being too much of this kind being forced on the mar ket beyond the immediate demand Speculators have been freo bidders this week on tho breaks going to show that they have faith in the future prices of tobacco EXCURSION TO OLD POlhTOn Tuesday July 24th the Chesapeake and Ohio railway will run a low rate excursion from Lexington to Old Point Comfort and the son jore fr which roundtrip tickets will be sold at 13 good fifteen days Stopovers will be allowed n the return trip Through sleep era will leave Lexington on the evening train for Old Point with out change For full particulars and sleepingcar reservations write to or call on your ticket agent or to GEO W BARNEY Div Pass Agt Lexington Ky ASIATIC CHOLERA SAY THE DOC TORS Mason flatten son of ex Coroner Win Hatten living on the bill this side of tho Mill Creek brIdge was taken sick Wednesday night of last week with purging and vomiting Drs Gudgell and Taulbco were called in and they did all they could for tho patient for fortyeight hours but he died Friday night Tho doctors pronounced his ailment gonuineAsiatic cholera The burial took place at the Kendalls Spring graveyard Saturday Deceased leaves a wife and four children It is hoped if the physicians are correct in identifying the disease that it is only n sporadic case It has been innny years since there was an epidemic of cholera in this sectionabout a half century In 1833 many died in this town from the disease as well as throughout the county and tho whole country Again in the Forties we believe there was an other epidemic while tho late Charles Hoon wns living at Paris and he buried most of thoso dying at that town It is said that shortly after a big freshet at Millcrsburg sonic years ago there wero several fatal cholera cases and some hqre are now connecting Mr Hattens death with the recent freshet in Mill Creek valley It might be that the germs of cholera retain their vitality in tho earth and ure sometimes washed out by freshets that way and are conveyed to tho human stomach by drinking water or otherwise J J l J 7 J1 4IJ T J THAT OUTINO l1ulIAs was proper the justly celebrated Licking Valley Outing Club has kept Tin OUTLOOK informed of mattcrx and things via the Winter Grape Telegraph Line as the following dispatches show lUSlATCIl NO I Near Raglands Mill July 10 1900 Wo have came Time of arrival disputed question over which Ray Patterson Und Jack Owings hurl it three rounds Marquis of Huckle berry rules Excuse haste and bat grammar TIlE CLUII NOM We have saw Still in a fidge ant have no time for nico points ol grammar River still running down stream Charley Brother expressing astonishment thereat THE C- No3 The mosquito have conquered and celebrating victory liko demons All is bustle and confusion the girls furnishing the bustlo nnd the boys the confusion C- No4 Supper is on the board Seven Minutes Later Supper is off the board Girls hungry still but Imp ly Boys ate like they believed n evenyears famine was impending conveyingthe woods acknowledged his guilt but justified it on the ground that Conner Ewing would clean out tho camp larder in two moro meals Miss Bcttie took the girls over to Mr Raglanda where they got sup per Mr R reassured them say ing ho mud seen runny such a par ty and they always nte more tho first meal thnn they would at a half dozen meals afterwardsNO Girls back nt camp whippoorwills singing owls hooting and screeching bullfrogs bellowing a thousand different kinds of bugs droning und flitting about and andund tho mosquitos stilla biting Campfire burning bright ly and girls happy but n little awed by tho mysterious shadow No6 John Peters struck nn attitudo and skinned his fist When his wound wns dressed ho exclaimed dramatically How sweet the moonlight sleeps upon this bunk Ill bet my jcwsharp against a Crown ofGlory that a feller couldnt get a loan of a quarter on his shape till next Saturday from such a hank Applause by Ford Pat terson Come girls bring your cutup stools and here iIIwo nit and let tine sounds of music creep into OUtplrR along with bugs tints and other merry wanderers of tine midsummers night Connie ho and lots wake Diana with a hymn GIULR IN CIIOitGFWhat shall we sing JOHN PJTEGsOhnnything thatll express tine tender poetic sentiment thnt wells up in our hearts Howll this do Theres Blue Blood in His Veins Tonight dedicated to Amos Quito Allsing accompanied by Reid and Rny Patterson with mandolins JOHN PETERSuOh girls SEVERAL GinrsVinat John JOHN Nothing Say giils SEVERAL GmLsWhnt John JonNuWbnL is nothing A FxwGive it up What is it JonNA legless stocking with out any foot- Mingled screams and giggling from tine girls and Earl Fell oil his campchnir CHAPERONE You John JonYes Aunt Bettie CiiAVEitONE Beware of my slipper John JOHN Threatened people live the longest Lull in the camp racket Henry Hopkins sayshI wish you nil would listen to what thoso bullfrogs are singing This is what it was Boo wow wow Wlfatn row They cant sing No nohow CLARK BABcoylfavbe we cant sing hut we hare an cpicurinn appreciation of your hind legs fried according to art and served up piping hot I think Ill bo after you soon for sassing us- No7 Bullfrogs mockery piqued us and we gave a regular concert vocal and instrumental music violin mandolin guitar and banjo playing clog and jig dancing comic and sentimental singing and an imitation by tine inimitable clown Don Juan do Pedros of a circusless circus Great success Bullfrogs abashed Only disturbance by nn old owl who had a deadhead ticket He hooted at the show throughout Then Reid Patterson arose and requested silence in order to de claim n little impromptu piece that he had thoughtfully prepared through divers and sundry lucu brations and intended to deliver immediately on arrival at the camp grounds but the manuscript being misplaced among the odds and ends of luggago he had deterred it until tine present propitious mo ment The address began Ye knobs and peaks lovely hills and romantic dales 1urq with you once again tci breathe the unpol luted air from natures laboratory and to revel in the delights that you with unstinted generosity provide your guests On behalf of my fellow guests I am glad to ex press the most happy sentiments of friendship and cordial esteem tim t we all feel toward you and to ten der you the warmest tribute of ou ICriOJbJ ii 4 praise Etc etc Great applause The chapcroncs then rang the curfew bell and nil retired to bed No8 July 1 HhOhwhat a dillon ence in tine morning and getting more different every minuto The difference is thnt it is daylight this morning stud it was moonlight lust night xo9 Had breakfast Miss Bettie cor railed tine masculine element in the tent and put an armed guard over us while the young ladies won breaking their fast Very severe but necessary treatment WIn tho young ladies hind finished tfcoy sounded the gong for nil the gents a regular breakfast for fifteen cents Strenuous nnd tumultuousIscene followed Some too much whilst others didnt get near enough Several casualties list of dead wounded and missing to be reported later NO 11 No fatalities from recent break fast Some were bruised up in the rush One was black in tine face from trying to swallow n camp bis cuit whole but ho was saved by heroic treatment Tho missing turned up they had only swiped nil tho grub they could cnrry und taken to tine bushes Tho other accidents occurred from swallowing scaldinghot coffee NO 12 Climbed mountain peak while enthusiasm was undiminishod Know better now Emil Peters said the next tine ho wished to rise in the world hed tnko passage in a balloon Wallace Gudgell said it looked so much like work to him that it was positively distasteful Santford Brooks said ho was glad that he was bred in Oklahoma where they hind no temptations to folly like mountain climbing Ellis Byron avowed that hed rather chow Hints for a pottery than to take his pleasure so laboriously again- NO 13 Dined More seemly scene had bIg kettle of camp stew and tine boys all got moro than they could can NO 14 Practiced the gentle art of Iaz ing tho balance of the afternoon some of us boys are very expert IIsaid art Supper uneventful boys being tamed sure NO 15m Concert repeated tonight but all were tired enough to be willing to retire early NO 1C July 12tinept like logs lust night Boys permitted to breakfast with tine girls and there wts no disorder NO 17 hingDelicrepe on eer a door in all fi hluml for wo never even got a nibble Mr Ragland was at the camp and eq ually remarked that it was inadI visable to hunt wild turkeys with a brass bund in full piny Wonder if that vas a sly dig at our haley on and vociferous method of fishing No18 July 13th Somo wont botaniz geologizing Clark Bas com and Henry Hopkins went frog ling in a boat Clark took a fish ng polo and baited his hook with a little pieco of red flannel which frogliketho frogs had apparently lost their appetite for that sort of a dainty and rejected it with disdain Clark says some things in the books nrent so no 19 July l4thMr Raglnnd laughed when Clark told him how the frohs had gone back on the books He told Clark that if he wanted frog legs for his breakfast in the morning to take a littlo twentytwo rifle and have Henry paddle tine boat noiselessly closo to the bank up und down tho river and he would mve some of the keenest sport ho ever enjoyed shooting frogs but that he must be as wary as if he was hunting Injuns nnd must get his frog the quickest possible after shooting it else it was extremely liable to sink in tho water and bo lost Clark followed directions and mad great successNO 20 Great excitement in camp Just wired tho news to tine Smithsonian institution nt Washington City Wonderful phenomenon Clark and Henryskinned and nicely dressed their frog legs and brought them in a pan to show the girls TIc meat was whiter and more dainty looking thnn the tendercst spring chicken Clark then gave them to the colored boys who were doing tho cooking telling them to salt tine frog legs The cooks wentinto the kitchen tent Presently with frightful yells the two cooks canine tearing out of the tent their eyes bugging out like a crawfishs optics They couldnt tell what was the matter but only pointed to the kitchen and said Go in there go in there All made n rush for tho kitchen and there witnessed the most comical sight we over saw The pan of frog legs were holding a hop all over tine ground arid doing such a wild and reckless goasyou please dance as was never seen since tine Now York police pulled that French bull last winter The boys whooped and yelled their delight and some of tbo girls laughed un til they got hysterical After thin II bnll for the frog legs soon themselves out nt highkicking do ring the split etc the darkeys ex r iI plained that when they sprinkled thsalt on the frog legs the infer until legs instantly commenced bus in gs cud were so emphatic nbout it that they thought tho things bre conjured sure and thoy dropped the pan nnd tied Tho wires are down anti we cant get a message over them It is supposed that some fellow in cutting n bee tree in tho woods has thoughtlessly severed tho grape vine over which our dispatches havo been conningEdIIE- PUII11CAN CONVENTION Pur sunnt to n call of tho Republican State Executive Committee the Re publicans of Bath county held n mnss uceting in the Courthouse here Sntrdny July him and or gnnizcd bj electing D R Bishop Chairman nnd David Williamson Secretnry R Gudgell James A Barnes nnd Juts K Jackson were appointed a committee on resolu tions who reported the following which were unanimously adopted Resolved by the Republicans of Bath county in convention assem bled Whereas it has been fully demonstrated that under the opera tions of tine Goebol Election law a fret und fair election cnnnot be held in this State that tho Goe belized Democracy in administer ing said election Inw have subvert ed the civil rights of a large majority of the people of this State That the right of tho majority to olect their olllccrs to rule over them has been overturned and the minority candidates have been for cibly inducted into office nnd made our rulors by the action of an unscrupulous partisan election botrdl from which thoro is no lowed by law That to us the restoration of tho right to have n free election n fair count and a rule of tine majority is of paramount importance to any and all other political ques tions now before us for considera tion and actionIThat our an solute repenl of the Goebel Elec- ttion law und the enactment of a nonpartisan law local in charac ter and similar to that under which we have lived for more than a century without any complaint of the cguimission of fraud and wrongs of election olllccrs sudicient to create any undue excitement among the voters and peopleywe with the aid andcooperuciounofo all fairminded repeal of the said Goebel Elec tion law now propose to make tle conftuy cbniest mill election upii thcipole issue of an absolute rcpunl of the said election law and for the enactment of an equal fair and nonpartisan election law which wilt give to the people tho right to have u free ballot und a fnircftunt and that tine candidates receivingt the majority ol votes nt deettioa to receive oillccs to which arc elected anti to impartially lidImininistcr tine laws of tine that the restoration to us of our civil rights as freemen is now of the utmost importance rind we layc aside the considerntion of all other matters relating to politics both State und national ns insignificant until tho State is redeemed trom the Goebelito politicul robberstResolved That we approve of call for State convention to he held at Louisville Ky on tho 17th dayII of this month nnd that tho followi ing named persons be appointed as delegates to said convention or any other Republican or antiGoe bel voter who may nttend such con vention and that such delegatesl are instructed to voto for Yerkes as the nominee of this conj vtntion Thos J Young W S Gudgell C G McAlistcr Dnnl Harpord Reuben Gudgell J M N Byron Robt Foley Jus A Barnes John F Conner Stanton Hamilton Edgar Mann C P Mann Joe Spencer J W Barnes Charles Spencer Jas Clark Felix Clark JaB M Brown John McAlistcr Robt L Sharp Wm Crouch Chess Gossett Jas Powell Samuel T Howard Non Swctnam JlI Hull Rufus Knight Foster Stephens Warfield Carter Robt Hart Em mett Park George Coleman O S Rogers J W Snedegar Ed Anderson H M Butcher II C Gudgell Butler Toy Jos Williams J W Wright J Marion Moore R L Ferguson Jos Wright W W Wilthiatus John L Vice H II LewIsi Thos J Barnes Presley John P Dickerson W A Whit comb B F Piers nil W J HorseI nina G W McKinnevan C Whitcomb Chas Stone Jas KlJackson J W McGlosson Teal Ambrose Ulory Wash Maury M C LaPrello Thos Foley Henry Vaughn John Jackson Lufe Botts D R Bishop Wm M North SamI Jackson R GUDGELL Chairman J A BARNES lJK JACKSON That tho Secretary furnish a coniy of these proceedings to TilE OVINGSVILLE OUTLOOK for publica thIn DK BISHOU China DID WILLIAMSON Secy AN OrEERlf you want all tine news local nnd foreigunn daily and tvo weekly papers send us six dol Inns and you will receive for one year Tho morning Herald of Lexington Tho Kentucky Stock Farm and THE OUTLOOK 1 Free Trip to Parts I SpIlblo persuuiofimecbantcII orInyenttemtn dI lalr trip 10 with goo ala ntt paid bu14 write ThrATENI iUCUJtP Baltimore lid j i r PERSONAL John Stout was in Winchester Sunday Walter Coyle wns in Mt Sterling several days last week Mrs J II Taulbec went to Mt Sterling Saturday to visit relatives Miss Lizzie James of Mt Ster lung canine Monday to visit Mrs II C Gudgell Miss Eva McKinncvnn returned last week from a visit to her broth er Claude at Midway Charles Maury of Atlanta Ga cnme Monday to visit tho family of Jno T Kimbrough Miss Eva Johnson of near Shnrpsburg visited her cousin Miss Loenn Ross last week Miss Ruth McClintock of Mil lersburg came last week to visit her sister Mrs Turner Perry Miss Lillie Belle Ramey of Far mere is the guest of her cousin Miss Bertie Ramey near town Mr nnd Mrs Chancy Wilson of near Sherburne were guests of Mr and Mrs B M Goodpaster Satur dayMrs John A Dnugherty wan in Mt Sterling tho latter put of lust week the guest of her sister Mrs Land Misses Corinne Kirkpntrick and Martha Gay of Mt Sterling came Tuesday to visit Miss Lorcnn Perry Mrs S S Estilland daughter Miss Nnnnic of Flat Creek were guests of Mr and Mrs D S Estill ast Thursday Mr nnd Mrs L R Slcsser and Mrs Eugene Minihan went to Gin cinnnti last Thursday returning home first of tho week Mr sad Mrs Wm Atchison daughter Lottie and Alice Miller returned Tuesday from a two weeks visit to relatives in Illinois Miss Anna Lou Wado returned o her home In Montgomery Co Sunday after a severaldays visit to her sister Mrs Robt Coyle near town Mr and Mrs David Wolf of Lou sville arrived Saturday to visit L R Slessera few days Mr Wolf clerked for Mr Slesser soon ten ears ago Mesdames Joe and Ed Jcf f Spencer Montgomery Comover lust week und purchased monument from the O Granite Murb yo r 1fumilyFriday to visit the formers parents Mr und M re Win Withers near re ShnrpsburgVMiss Neva Donaldson 01 near owin will leave tho latter part of ine week to visit her cousin Miss h ahenat Donaldson at Elizabeth Co Muster Frank Schwab son of I Sam Schwab of Provo City Utaink anine Mondny to visit his auntiMrs L R Slesser Ben of tine Same place will be hero next week for a visitIhF A Heath of Baltimore Md n social caller nt this office Monday Mr His now associate editor and general munngerof Coal nd Coke a paper published in tine interest of mining nnd manufactures at Baltimore Edgar Bourne of Tayloravillob attended tine funerul inlaw Alfred Ratliff at Me Ster the foro part of last weekand then came over to visit this place where he used to live He spent Wednesday night at the Olympiand and returned ay To persons who mayo evor lived here any length of time it is home forevermore and return visits are a source of genuine pleasure de and enjoyment wherever they may roam And a welcome that will warm the cockles o the heart- sis a certainty Edgar joined the band of OUTLOOK renders so as to keep posted on the old town LETTER FROM TilE PHILIPPINES Cadiz Nuevo Negros Philippine Islands May 14th 1900 Co M 6th U S Infantry Nowt Sorrell Craigs Ky Dear Father a Everything is quiet here as regards he war I think it will remain hat way for awhile for I think tine a insurrection huts about como to a of standstill 1 heard from Jessie a few days also from Charlie and Claude one letter from each The atter two are Jnck Batys boys one lives at Cherryville Oregond nnd the other at Portland State The reason they wrote tome was that they saw a letter from me in THE OUTLOOK and they took me to bo their cousin but they wero mistaken in the Sorrell Arthur is their cousin fr Arthur tells me to write that he is well fat und hearty I urn ever so much obliged to you for subscribing for TilE OUTLOOK paper for me It is the same ns n letter from home und I get a paper every mail It seems from the accounts in the papers that there is more war in Kentucky turin in the Philippines If they keep on much longer the soldiers here will have to come back to Kentucky to settle tine war I hope they will settle it without any moro trouble for that warIbeginning to think that if I dont l EUCENE MINIHAN 4MANUFACTURER OF Firstclass Handmade Saddles and Harness tiAT THE LOWEST PRICES ONE SET OF MY HANDMADE BUCCY HARNESS Will wear longer than two sets of other makes They are safer to uso anti look bettor 0 of There is no saddle that compares with my I KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLES 1 r IWhat you pay for Saddles is not as Important as what you got for your money Quality reputation material workmanship is whatyou ret in my Saddles every tune Mall orders for saddles prompt i 4 ly filled Largest stock of BUGGY WHIPS and DUSTERS at a very low price Come and get my prices 4 EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KY i SAML P ATCHISON DRUCCIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCOS CIGARS ETC PaoD Denton SUCCESSORS TO PAXTON SON UNDERTAKERS dealers in- FURNITURE MASONIC BLDG 0WINGSVILLE L PALMER Ie COONS SUCCESSORS TO LIGHTFOOT SHROUT WILL DO YOUR t BLACKSMITHINC AND REPAIRING r AT R0CKB0TT0M PRICES AH Work Guaranteed Give Them a Callt JSOMETHINGWe tt WE PAY HIGHEST MARKET PRICE t iior Eggs Butter Bacon and all kinds of produce Jive us a call BROTHER tcEWlWC ThreeDoors Below Postoffice Phone 21 ss enlist when I am discharged I ill stay in the Philippines and never come back to Kentucky to tnako my home any more for I ave got enough of that old State I have not heard from George by letter for n long timefour months think but Arthur a few days go got a letter that had been bro en open and there was some writ ng on the corner of the letter say- Ing that it had been broken open mistake by George Sorrell oilo Panay P I Best regards to all JOHN SORUELL AN OMISSION Chloe a young negro houseservant in an Atlanta family had usktd permission to attend the wedding of one of her- riends This permission having een granted Chime set forthar rayed like unto n combination of Solomon nnd glory and the lillies of the field The next day her mis tress snid to her = Well Chloe how did the wd ing go off Oh la missus it was do grandest weddin I ever saw It was jest lubly Oh yo jess ought to ob seen flowahs an do splendid weddin suppah an dc brideoh do bride he had on dc longest trail an a white veil ull ovnh her an a wreath b flowahs an oh it was jess demos elegant weddin How did the bridegroom look An expression of infinite disgust came into the face of Chloe as she said scornfully La missus dat goodfornothin nocount niggnh nebbah com- enighJuly New Lippincott MODERN FABLE There was once Man who having exhausted all the pleasures pf life declared thnt he did not care what happen ed so it did not happen to him Then so many things happened that he changed his mindand rushed into the midst of the fray I dont care what happens so it oes happen to anybody else Oblivion is perditiop he said On his road Avernushe faced about as was hisnature and found he waS pursued by one of tine Eu men hies who questioned him con cerning his useless career on earth He confessed to a belief that be was the greatest but most ncgjccted politicnl loader Kentucky had ever known He was asked if he hud not ut n most critical period compromised with dishonor Yes lie replied Ubut that was merely an eccentricity of genius Then said the Euincnidcs with a frown You nro a long lost genius Yes replied the SublimeEgotistthciugh lost to sight to memory dear hhcried his new guide in vino veritns and sho led him blindfolded through u slaughterhouse marked 1890 to an open grave which contained this legend 1900 Louisville Post j i AND TIlE CONDUCTOR BLUSHED Tbo coach on the Cotton Belt waa full of passengers one day not longLago ono of thAw being a big placidfaced colored woman who had got on at Brandon with a child in her arms which was squawling and she was trying to console itStop dat cryin chile doan yo see i yo mamma gittin out yo auppah With this remark she offered the breast to tbe child but it wouldnt take it Coaxingly she said Hush yo squealin yo black rAScaland take yo suppah if yo dont lsgwine to give it to the conductah Tho roar that went up in the ear was deafening The conductor went into the baggage coach ahead Ex LAW STTLE There is a good L4story going the rounds on a young member of the Lexington bar who has a tender feeling for the gentler sex but this is overshadowed by a reeling of suppressed embarrass ment when ho call The other night he stepped up to the door of one of the handsome northside res dences und after ringing the bell shook himself several times and quietly puller from his pocket a carefully wrapped box A servant answered the summons and showed him into the library Presently the object of his visit came in and he proceeded thus Why good evening I am some what late Here I hereby give myrighttogether with its paper string lin ing and contents and all rights j and advantages therein with full power to bite and eat or otherwise dispose of the same or give away i stnnglinininbefore or in any other deed or deeds instrument or instruments of any nature or any kind whatso anywieetoOhshe said you mean that the candy is mine He still thinks that he went nicclyLexington C O RAILWAY TIMECARD KKKECTIYE JULY 13 IBOJ Express Trains for LouUrllle Lexington Cincinnati Washington New York and Eastern Cities TIM or TRAINS AT PKXSTOX STATION BASTUOU2CD NojSlSam r J No22uspmiNo21 1005 pra- WKSTnOUXll No216nmNn4i43pniNoiOally eicrpt tJuntlajr All other ilally Traliii i nnd SJ carry InnIng car serving Meals nIacnrtf For Information regarding rates sleep k ing car reservation call on or addresi Agent Ct O Hallway Preston Station G W HAKSET C B UTAJf fltA AsstOPAI- HxIncton Ky Cincinnati z 4 JIl fq 1 1 tf i owinosviiie OutiooK j OUTLOOK rUBLISHIXQ CO PublUners f OWIXOSVILLE KENTUCKY i t TIS WELL p Happy beyond we cannot see I ir Better by far that we should smile at I first- Happy we do not know or rEar the worst A little while tram apprehension free We dream of cooling waters all we thirst TIll well we cannot see I Father tis well we cannot soe That all our human artifice Is vain T All things must vanish that we sock to Q gain Our substances are shadows and they flee The paths of pleasure leading on to pain 1 Meet at Gethsemane I thank Thee lord I did not see Far down my lifes cold rocky road- i I could not know the grievous heavy load Was love that turns to sorrow ard must be At once a beckoning phantom and a goad Towards Grthsemane s Annie RobertsonNoxon in nome Jour nal f t WKOIER y ie1 c ICopyrltbt 1899 Vy F Tennysoa Neely i1c 1tCHAPTERXVIII CovTiNfEP and flashing lights i ivere again at the entrance gate J1 even as Mrs Frank sparkling with i animation distribuUng her gay good humor over the silent semicircle sin denly exclaimed Oh if Id only known iyouwere here I could have provided one thing to make our reunion S f complete If I were not going on at 44idaybreak I should do it yet Then Ihoofs and wheels and lights had romi to a stop at the front of the bouse d and in measured martial tread a mans were heard upon the lanai ITbrn all of a sudden with n cry of joy burst in again Should do itI shall do it Said I not I was the fairy queen Kchold me summon my subjects from the ends of Iheobedi t4eatearth And waving her parasol 0 as she would a wand gayly pirouetting as she had that night in the tent at q1 old Camp Merrill she danced forward j Sound ye the trumpets slaves Hail to the chief See the conquering hero comes Enter Brevet Brig Sen Stan Icy Armstrong though his arm is any t thing but strong c1 Dewing gravely to the sprite in fnnt of him vaguely to the group in tile shaded light at tile edge of the lnai i and joyously to the little hosl s as salmost hysterically she sprung forward and clasped his hands the rohune of the Primeval Dudes stood revealed before them Col Armstrong How when did you get here What does this man Is your arm quite well again Wly didnt you let us know you were om Ing1 were the questions rained upon t him by Mrs Martden immediately fol lowed by the somewhat illogical state ment that she was actually breathless ovith surprise ti SShall I answer in their orlllr1 tail lie smiling down at lice flushed and joy ous face By the Scdgwick This aft ernoon That I wished lo see you Do ing quite well Because Isot know znyseluntiItwodaysbe1ort v th I tim as lie stcx ificcrlng be L she would hae turned him to herotlui guests had not Mrs Garrison made in- stantr and impulsive rush upon him As fairy queen or fairy godmother claim first speech the gaylycried What tidings of my liege lord and tvhere is hers my fairy sisters she demanded waving in front of him her filmy psrasol and pirouetting with al most girlish grace Capt Garrison was looking fairly well the day I sailed he nnst reed- liricflyi and Col Frost left for Hong I Kong pnly a few hours before in hopes I iuwe understand of finding Mrs Frost b Yokohama Permit roe he added with grave courtesy I have but little 1tlm as I transfer to the Doric to t A fchadc hprcad Over the radiant face one instant but was as quickly swept s 4away And I have not met your he finished turning to Mrs tk Mareden as be spoke anti quietly pass ing Mrs Garrison in so doing The next moment he was shaking bands f with the entire party coming last of all to Amy Lawrence They told me of your being lucre 4Z he said looking straight into her clear beautiful eyes and I thought I might you at Mrs Marsdens She was a 1ourbest friend when we were in Hono lulu They told me too that you de- c 1idto go by the Doric hut feared she 0i be crowded he continued turn ing to Mr Prime There is one vacant r stateroom now Its occupants have de 4 cided to stay over and visit the islands 4f Therewill tic 1 think another Au4 9drawingn letter from an inner pocJet he calmly turned to Nita now shrink i log almost fearfully behind her sister The colonel gave this to me to hand u to you Mrs Frost on the chance of t your being here He will arrive by next pweeS steamer and pardon me it is It i = something I think you should see at once as a change in your plans may be necessary interposeitees bands and with so significant a message that it bad to be opened and 4i read without delay Gayly excusing i herself and with a low reverence and sts rcomprehensive smile lo the assembled party the ushered her sitter into the long parlor and the curtain fell behind- d1thrm There followed a few minutes 4 conference upon the lanai the oV Marsdeos pleading against the father t and daughter for immediate return to tX the hotel there to claim the vacated cagerIsoldiers joined both saying go and tbeSedg1cktinterest Armstrong felt in the result f neither Amy Lawrence nor himself took t i any part Side by side at the snowy crailing over the breaking sea they stood r fzalmost silent listeners Suddenly there s came from the front again the sound of hoofs and wheels and distinct 1Matthe start then rapidly dying away SI with the increasing distance Miss J Lawrence turned and looked inquiring wereprii one moment then stepped across the r l lanai peeredjinto the parlor and en lered It was a minute before she re rlumrd and in that minute the decisive r7JITote was edt the carriage ordered I ought to hue known bow it 1 would be if I left jrou moment she i zcrlej despairingly on lice reappear S ance a little folded paper in her hand t But at least you must stay half an hour We can telephone direct to the r dock and secure the staterooms if you IS h l f v J1 4 10 Z j1 tpa v iiJiit J t Er bI f1 i lss L4 Pr 4 ffLl 7 3 jj 4 1 e f N n tz t f I4rc S4J t f must go on the forte Yes he eon tinned lowering hervoloe they lire not going farther until Col Frost conies Mrs Garrinn explains that her sister was really too ill and foo weak o come out lucre but she thought the drive might do her good She thought best to slip quietly away with her and huts me say good night toyou nil So when next day the Doric sailed four iAw names appeared upon till pas senger list and the last men down tilt stage already trejnbliiigon the rise were two young fellows in white uni form who turned as they sprang to the dock and waved their jaunty caps Join VtII in ten days at Frisco fibolltellthc shorter of the two gazing upward and backward at the quartette on the promenade deck Oh beg n thousand pardons he added hastily as he bumped against some slender ob ject antI whcelirg about to pick up a flimsy white fan lie found himself face to face with Witehie Garrison her chief waving beaming smiling throwing kisses innumerable to the party be haul so lately left The hot blood nibbed to his forehead an angry light to his eyes as she nodded blithely forbear ingly forgivingly at him Dear boy she cried in her clear penetrating treble how could vim be expected to see anyone after ljlinRhrr But Uovs arm was linked in his at the very instant and led him glowering away leaving her close to the edge of the crowded dock smiling MIel1lr bless ing and bliss upon a silent and sponsive group and waving kerchief and kisses to them until far from shore the Doric headed out to sea They were nrarinf home again Day and night for nearly a week the good ship lund borne them steadily onward over a sea deepest blue calm and un ruffled as the light that shone in Amys eyes Hours of each twentyfour Arm strong had been the constant compan ion at first of time trio then of the two for Mr Prime bad found a kindred spirit in n veteran merchant homeward Ixniiul from China then of one llollt for Miss Prime hail found another interest and favor in the eyes of a young tourist paying first visit to our ihorrs mill so it happened that before the voyage all too brief was half over Amy law rence and Armstrong walked this spa cious deck for hoiirsaloneorsat in shel tered nooks gazing out upon the sea The soft summer breezes of Ihr fitfew days had given place to keener chillier air The fog ahead told of the close proximity of the Faralloncs Heavier wraps haul replaced the soft fabrics of till Hawaiian sauntering Kill warmth and gladness picwith a strange new shyness in bis presence were glowing in her fresh young heart One day slur hind said to him You have not told me how 011 came to leave there just now mJit was a moment be fore he answered That was the surgeons doing They sent me back from the front because r leuJijf soul did not properly heal anti tbmu ordered a sea voyage until it did lint turn back at once from Sui Fran cisco Slur was silent a few seconds Thin was unlookedfor and unwrlrome news thought site uuuiAlitt least Gov heart Dr Frank say it woud be four months before you could use that arm She plucked at the fringe of time heavy shawl he hind wrapprd about her as shut red in rd in the low strainer chair hut the white lids veiled her eyes Possibly answered Armstrong but you see Iito not have to use it much at any lime Im all right other wise and t here will soon be nerd of me More campaigning she anxiously inquired her eye one moment uplift ing Probably Those fellows have no idea of quilting Anot her interval of silence Time long lazy rolling swell of the Pacific had changed during the day to an abrupt and tumultuous uphcaml that tossed the Doric like a cork and made locomo lion a problem The rising wind and sea tent the spray whirling from her bows and Mildreds young man cast depositedthe forward deck Louse and was scout hug up and down for strainer chairs Armstrong had drawn bit Hose to that in which Miss Lawrence reclined her knitted steamer cap pulled well for ward over lnr brow Ills feet were braced against a stanchion His eyes were intent upon her sweet fare lie had no thought for other men even those In imnilar plight his gaze though unhampered by the high peak of his forage cap comprehended nothing beyond the rounded outline of that soft cheek Her eyes wellnigh hidden by her throudiug Taut taw the searching son of Albion anti toM lice his need The best of women will find excuse for interruption at such mo thrIIshe longs to hear those very words will find means to defer them as a kitten dallies with a captured mouse or a child saves to the very last thq sweetest mor sri of her birthday cake Xot ten minutes before when lion Bertie Shafto had started impulsively toward the va cant chair by Armstrongs side n firm hand detained him and Miss Prime had hastily interposed Sot on any ac count said she imperiously Cant you tee1 And Mr Shafto adjusting his monocle had gazed lon and fixedly and then transferring his gaze to her saidEhehyes Its not ours I sup lose you mean But now Amy Lawrence was becKon- Ing and he made a rush for the rail then worked his way aft band over lined Every movable on deck astak log a sudden slant to starboard and the sea went hissing by almost on level with the deck as next she spoke Surely a soldier needs both arms In hattie and you Oh certainly Mr Shafto take that chairv blue added Armstrong glanced up suddenly Oh that you Shafto Yes take it byall means Anything thought he rather than youngBritonthem and the rail behind there was no roomand swinging the long owl wardly modeled fabric fo his broad shoulder started back just as a lunge wave heaved suddenly under time count heeled the steamer far over to port I t fl fa ii s a rjl ra t0 threw him oil his immure nnd his foot catching at the bottom of her elude hurled him load anti till straight ai Amys reclining form One instant smith even her uplifted bands could Hot have saved her face but in that instant Armstrong lund darted in caught tbr stumbling Union on one arm and tin full force of the shooting chair crash ing upon time other already pierced by Filipino lend When a moment later she emerged safe and tmscralchcd from the eon fl lI1IItIIof uncut and fnrnitlln it was to rut olT instantly the stutter mill stammer of poor Shaftos apologies to hut him go instantly for till ships doe tor and with face the color of death to turn quickly to Armstrong TIll blow had burst open the halfhealed wound nUll the blots was streaming to the deck Both liner and transport turned buck without Stanley Armstrong Doric and Sedgwick sailed nnliciilrd for the highest surgical authority of the de partment of California bad remanded him to quarters at the Palace mill for bidden his return to duty with an un healrd wound lie was sit thug lip agaimi somewhat pallid and not too strong but with every promise said time medico of complete recovery within two months Hilt not a month would Arm strong wait TIll Puebla was to start within the week mill he had made up himlIII Go said be must They bad been sitting about him till night this opinion was annniiiircd in tIll parlor of the lilt e of rooms the Primes hind taken Billy Gray lund gout with bis father to lip elimli Shafto hUll been hinging about in the agonies of all Inglisbmans first luxe Gov disap peared a moment antI came back with tickets for the Columbia bidding Mil dred get her hat and gloves at once and whispering to Shafto that he lund a seat for him As the little mantel clock struck eight Amy I iwrenee lifting up her cjcs front the book shut was trying hard to believe slut meant to read saw that Armstrong was rising from his easy chair and springing tp his sight laying her white hand on his arm site faltered Oh please You know the stipulation was that you were not to Mir limit then her heart began to flutter uncontrollably The blood went surg log to her brows for all of a sudden as through impulse irresistible her hand was seized in hisin both of his in fact and time deep voice that haul pleaded at her beheyt for the cause ol Billy Gray was now ia impetuous flow of words that fell upon her ears like some strain of thrilling music pleading at lat his own Kver sluice that day in the radiant sunshine of lie park she hind learned to lookup to him os a tower of strength a man of mark among his fellows a man to be honored anti obeyed Ever since that night at time Palace when time saw his plowing eyes fixed intently upon her nail knew that he was following her every move she hind begun to realize the depth of his interest in lice Ever since that day when time China slipped from her moor ings with Witehie Garrison singling him out for lavish farewell favors slu had wondered why it so annoyed mind stung her Ever since the day site rend thug list of killed anti wounded in the first fierce battling with tIme insur rectos she knew it was the sight of his name not Hilly Grays that made her fur the moment faint and dizzy anti taught her time need of greater selfcon trol Ever sincb that moonlit night up on the Marsdens lanai when her heart leaped at the sudden sound of his voice site laid realized what his coming meant to her and ever since that breezy tiny upon he broad Pacific with time sailors tltr110jsprung to shield her from the crash of Shnttos hapless stumble and time le1J was stained with the precious blood from that soldiers reopened wound shrd for lmctfor who so revered him she lunch longed to hear hint ear the words that alone could unlock the gate of maidenly reserve and let tier tell him tell him with glad nnd grateful heart that the love he inure her was answered by her own Hovering over him only one minute her lips half yarted hci eyes still veiled her heart throbbing loud and fast with Midden movement the threw herself upon lice knees ht time side of time low chair anti her burning face ever so lightly was buried in the dark blue sleeve above that blessed wound TilE END HOW A CLAIM PAID An Alniku Miner Tell of One Way at Getting MoneT Without InnnlDK It Out There are more ways of making money oft ofa claim than panning it out said an Alaska miner who lund some luck with his pick and shovel For instance I knew a man of means in the Dawson district who had a claim which had failed to be as profitable as expected and he didnt know just what tp dp with it to get his money back until he had devoted consider able thought to it And it was simple enough when he knew hon He quiet ly went to the gold commissioner and announced that he wished lo pay his ten per cent royalty on the product of his claim for a year which was 60 000 The commissioner accepted the 6000 royalty and gave him the usual receipt stating on its face what it was for with thc number of the claim location etc Then he waited patiently about like Marys little lamb and one day In the course of human aloug100k1Dple who had money to spend He asked Mr Blank among other things what genttoll1lucylookedpractically unworked and then in a EngIIshmanso and so And you know he said with a wink that a unto isnt paying vostbyTime Englishman was right on to that little game of course and he sized up tIme 6000 receipt looked over the claim in a general way and ended by buying it for 150000 Washing ton Star A fiber Toast A band of Boer ambulance men tact engngementslnSouth Boers were very thirsty and asked the littleplied if you will drink it to the health of the queen The Boers after con battiof the queen frfr whom they felt much respect provided that they might add to the toast and to tIle dhinnation ot Cecil Rhodes as they regarded the latter as time cause why men vho had no illfeeling toward each other were fighting To this the patrol willingly assented and joined themselves in the toast titus expounded London Truth j I r lJ1tI ii1 2 j THE STORY OF DORCAS 1r Talmage Draws a Lesson from a Noble Womans Life irSnrrlflelnKr Work Aumirrtl of n Illrli llmniil llrrrnfltT Help ful IVunl fur Tliuxr Vliu Allrvlnlr SiilYirlug tCopyrlfiht by I otils KlopsrhJ Dr Ta linage who is st ill traveling in northern Europe has forwarded the following report ofa sermon in ivliieli i ie utter lielpfnl words to all who arc riigngeil in alleviating human dis trusses and shows how such work will lie erowneil at the last text Aets9TJ Ami nil the widows stood liv him seeping mind showing him the eoats o lilt garmeiitK which Dorcas made while sin was with them loppa is a most aimsombiuigcity of the uncut Into her harbor outer float ed the rafts of Lebanon cedar from which the temples of Jerusalem were built null o mus oxen drawing till logs through the town Here Napoleon luau 500 prisoners massacred One of the most magnificent charities of thee ii ttiries was started in this seaport Dorcas a woman with her needle ei broidering her name inelTaccahly int the beneficence of the world I see lieu sitting in yonder home In the door a and around abut the building lIin the room where she sits are the pale faces of the poor She listens to their plaint she pities their woe she makes garments for them slit adjusts the manufactured articles to suit the bent form of this invalid woman and to the cripple that comes crawling on his hands and knees She gives a coat to this one shut gives sandals to that one With the gifts slut mingles prayers and tears and Christian encouragement Then site goes out to be greeted on tin street corners by those whom site blessed and nil through till street the cry is heard Dorcas is coming The sick look up gratefully into her face as shut puts tier hand on the burn bug brow and tIlt lost and the aban doned start up with hope as they hear her gentle voice as though an angel had addressed them and as she goes out the lane eyes half put out with sin think they see a halo of light about her brow and a trail of giory in her path way That night a half paid ship wright climbs the imillamid reaches home and sets his little boy well clad antI says Where did these clothcs commit from And they tell him Dor cam has been lucre III another place a woman is trimming a lamp Dorcas bought the oil In another place a family that hOld not been at table for ninny weeks are gathered now for Dorcas brought bread Itut there is a sudden pause in that womans history They say Where is Dorcas Why we havent seen her for many a tiny Where is Dorcas And one of these poor people goes up and knocks at the door and finds time mystery solved All through the haunts of wretchedness time news conies Dorcas is sid Xo bulletin flashing from the palace gate tellinj the stages of a kings disease is more anxiously waited for than time news from this benefactress Alas for Toppa there is wailing wailing That voice which has muttered so many cheer ful words is hushed that hand which has made 10 many garments for the poor is cold and still the star which lund poured light into the midnight of wretchedness is dimmed by time blind ing mistt that go up from lie river of death In every forsaken pjace in that town wherever there Is a sickchild mind no liaizj wherever there is huuuuuger and no bread wherever there is guilt anti no commiseration wherever there iabroken heart and nocomfort there are despairing looks and streaming ey erJDorcasThey send for the apostle Peter who happens to be in the suburbs of the place stopping with a tanner of time name of Simon Peter urges his way through the crowd around the door antI stands in the presence of the tadWhat demonstration of grief nil about luau Here stand sonic of the poor IWO lie who show the garments which this poor woman had made for them Their grief cannot be appeased Time apostle Peter wants to perform a miracle lie will not do i amid the ex cited crowd so bonlers that the whole room be cleared Time door is shut against tIme populace The apostle stands now with time dent Oh it is a serious moment you know when you arc alone with a lifeless buy Time apostle gets down on his knees antI prays and then he conies to time life less form of this one reads for the sepulcher mind in the strtngth of Him who is the resurrection he cries Tabitha arise There is a stir in the fountains of life the heart flutters the nerves thrill the cheek Hushes the eye opens she sits up We see in this subject Dorcas the this ciple Dorcas tIme benefactress Dorcas the lamented Dorcas the resurrected If I tumid not seen that word disciple in my text I would inure known this woman was a Christian Such music as that never came from a heart which is DivineIyon her regenerated heart the source of a pure life and of all Christian char ities I wish that the wives anti mothers and daughters and sisters of all the earth would imitate Dorcas in her this cipleship Before you cross the thresholdof the hospital before you enter upon time temptations mind trials of tomorrow I charge you in the name of God and by the turmoil and tumult of the judgment day 0 women that you attend to the first last and greatest dutyof your lifethe seeking for God and being at peace with Him When the trumpet stimulI sound there will be an uprQar and a wreck of maim tain and continent and no human arm cnn help you Amid time rising of thr dead and limit time boiling of yonder sea and amid the live leaping thunders of the flying Heavens calm und placid will be every womans heart unto hath putt her trust in Christ calm notwith standing alt the tumult as though the fire in the Heavens were only the gild ings of an autumnal sunset as though the peal of the trumpet were only the harmony of an orchestra as though the awful voices of time sky were hilt r grOUt of friends bursting througli gateway at eventime with laughter shouting Dorcas the disciple Would God that every Mary and every Martha would this day sifdowcai the feet of Jesus Further we see Boreas the benefac tress History has told the story of the crown epic poet has sung of the sword the pastoral poet with Id verses full of the redolence of clove tops and arustle with the silk of the corn has sung the praises of the plow I tell you the praises of the needle From the fig leaf robe prepared in the garden of Eden to the last stitch taken on the garment for the poor time needle has wrought wonders of kindness gen erosity and benefaction It c orntii the girdle of the high priest it lash j t ff ri Ti rA taberiSolomon it provided the robes of Queen riiabcth and in high places and in low places by the fire of the pioneers tick log and under the flash of the i deller everywhere It has clothed JoInis it has preached time olpel is overcome hosts of penury and with the war cryof Stitch st ii stitch The operatives have IC a livelihood by it and through it the mansions of the employer are constructed Anid the greatest triumphs in all ago nail lands Iset down the con i the needle admit its r admit its cruelties It tins re martyrs than tIme lire it has uirvul time eye it has pierced the it has struck weakness into the theIit has filled the potters field it las pitched whole armies of the suf fering ii to crime and wretchedness aiidy1 Hut now that l am talk hugiu Itreas and her ministries to the mi f shall speak only of the rliariits f time needle This woman was a n uative of all those who male gann or the destitute who knit socks the barefooted who prepare baitlages for the lacerated who fix up boxes of eol ning for inis Kiirrci v go into the asylums of idf KiflV Hi and destitute bearing vhich is sight for the liemng for time deaf amid winch makes the lame mail leap like a hare and brings the dead to lift immortal health bounding in their pulses What a contrast between the practical benevolence of this woman and a great deal of the charity of this day This woman did not spend her time idly planning how the poor of time city of Joppa were to be relieved she took her needle and relieved them Slut was not like those persons who sympathize with imaginary sorrows and go out in the street ami laughat time boy who has upset his basket of cold victuals or like that charity which makes a rousing speech on time benevolent platform anti goes out to kick the beggar from the step crying Hush your miserable howling Smut ferers of the world want not so much theory as practice not so much tears as dollars not so much kind wishes as loaves of bread not so much smilos as shoes not so much Cod bless yous as jackets and frocks I will harc11workill about church architecture who never in their life helped to build a church There are men who Ian give you the IohammeIdaniMuevangelization There are women who talk beautifully about the suffering of the world who never hint time courage like Dorcas to take the needle and assault it I am glad that there is not a page of the worlds history which is not a record 01 female benevolence Ood says to nil lands and people Come now anti hear time widows mite rattle down into the poor box The princess of Conti sold all her jewels that she night help the famine stricken Queen Itlanchc the wife of Louis VIII of i nee hearing that there were sonic t ms unjustly incarcerated in the went out amid time nibble anti ti ick arid struck the door as a si that they might all strike it ai I down went the door antI out came the prioirrrs Queen Maud the wife of Henry went down amid tin poor and washed their sores and administered to them cordials Mrs Kelson at Matagorda appeared on the battlefield while the missiles of Itnth were flying around and cared for the wounded Is there a man or woman who has ever heard of the civil wir in America who has not heart of iii Aomen of the sanitary anti Chris n commissions or time fact that be ti time smoke had gone up from Get tb g and South Mountain the worn cn f e ie north met the women of the sou cftthe battlefield forgetting all thii uiimosities while they bound up the wounded Hill closed the eyes of the slain Dorcas time benefactress I come now to speak of Dorcas time lamented When death struck down that good Woman oh how much sor row there was in the town of Joppa I suppose there were women there with larger fortunes women perhaps with handsomer farts limit there was no grief at their departure like this at the death of Dorcas Timer was not mole turmoil and upturning in the Mediterranean sea dashing against the wharfs at that seaport than there were sllr ins to and fro of grief be cause Dorcas was death There are a great many who go out of life and are uninissed There may be a very large funeral there be a great many carriages and a plumed hearse there may be high sounding enlogiums the bell may toll at the cemetery gate there may be a very marble shaft reared over time resting place but the whole thing be a falsehood and a sham The church of Joel has lost nothing It is only a nuisance abated It is only a grumbler ceasing to find fault It is only an idler stopped yawning It is only a dissipated faith ionablc parted from his wine cellar while on the other hand no useful Christian leaves this world without be ing missed The church of Rod cries out like the prophet Howl fir tree for the cedar lias fallen Widowhood comes and shows time garments which the depart ed had made Orphans are lifted up to look into the calm face of the sleep- Ing benefactress Hcclaimed vagrancy comes anti kisses the cold brow of her who charmed it away from sin and all through the streets of Toppa there is mourning mourning because Dor cas is dead When Josephine of France was carried out to her grave there were a great many men anti women of romp and pride mind position that vpt out after her but I am most jet by the story of history that litat ny there were 10000 of the po of li ice who followed her cof fin weeping lUll wailing until the air rang again because when they lost Josephine they lost their last earthly friend Qnj who would not rather have such Obsequies than all the tears that were ever poured in thft lach erg visthat have been exhumed from tn it cities There may be no mass fc he dead there may be no costly Iophagus there may be no elab ate mausoleum hilt in the damp eels of the city and through the lonely iuts of the mountain glen there will oe mourning mourning mourning be cause Dorcas is death Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord they rest fronYtheir labors and their works do follow them J speak to you of Dorcas the resur j reeled TJhe apostle came to where he was and said Arise she compassIbrought her out among her old fi fends How the tears of joy must have starred What n clapping of hands there must have been WbatI singing What laughter i r a kc c 2 all through that lane Shout it down that dark alley Let all Joppa hear it Dorcas is resurrected You anti I have seen the same thing ninny a time not a dent body re suscitated but the deceased coming up again after death in the good ac complished If a man labors up to M years of age serving God and then dies we are apt to think that his earthly work is done No His in fluence on earth will continue till the world ceases Services rendered for Christ never stop A Christian woman toils for the upbuilding of a church through many anxieties through ninny selfdenials with prayers and tears and then she tiles It is 15 years since sue went away Xow the spirit of Gail descends upon that church hundreds of souls stand up and confess the faith of Christ Has that Christian woman who went away IS years ago nothing to do with these things I see the flowering out of her noble heart I hear the echo of her footsteps in nil the songs over sins forgiven in all the prosperity of the church The Rood that seemed to be buried has come up again Dorcas is resurrected After awhile these womanly friends of Christ will put down their needle forever After making garments for others some one will make a garment for them the last robe we ever wear the robe for the grave You will have heard the last cry of pain You will have witnessed the last orphanage You will have conic in worn out from sour last round of merry IiTo not know where you will sleep nor what your epitaph will be hilt there will he a lamp burning at that tomb anti an angel of Ood guarding it and through all time long night no rude foot will this turb the dust Sleep on sleep oa Soft bet pleasant shadows undis turbed repose Sleep on sleepFrom weep Then one day there will ba sky rending and a whirr of wheels anti the flash of a pageant armies marching chains clanking banners waving thun ders booming mind that Christian woman will rise from the dust and she will be suddenly surrounded surrounded by the wanderers of the street whom sue reclaimed surrounded by the wounded souls to whom she lund ad ministered Daughter of Got so strangely surrounded what means this It means that reward has come that the victory is won that flit crown is ready that time banquet is spread Shout it through all the crumbling earth Sing it through all the flying Heavens Dorcas is resurrected In 185S when sonic of tire soldiers came back from the Crimean war to London the queen of England dist rib muted among them beautiful medals called Crimean medals Galleries were erected for the two houses of parliament anti the rOnl fmi to sit in There was a grratalldilne to witness the distribution of the medals A colonel who had lost both fret in the battle of Inkermann was pulled in on a wheel chair others lame in limping on their crutches Then the queen of Kngland arose before them in the name of her government and uttered words of commendation to the oflieers and men antI distributed those medals in scribed with the four great battlefields Alma Balaklava Inkermann and Se vastopol As the quern gave these to the wounded oflieers time bands of music struck up the national air and the people with streaming ts joined In the song fSixl save our gracious queen long Ilvf our noble quern Goo save The queen And then they shouted Huzza huzza Oh it was a proud day for those returned warriors Hilt a bright er better and gladder duty will crime when Christ shall gather those who have toiled in Ills service good soldiers of Jesus Christ He shall rise before them and in the presence of all theglo rified of Heaven he will say Well done good and faithful servant and then He will distribute the medals of eternal victory not inscribed with works of righteousness which we done but with hose four great battlefields dear to earth and demur to Heaven Bethlehem Xazareth Octhsemanc Calvary RAISE ONETHIRD OF IT Mrthimuliafa Itmpond rncronsly and 1rumptly to the Illchups Call for 2O OOOOO Onethird of the 0000000 called for by the bishops of the Methodist Episcopal church as a twentieth century thank offering has been raised already It is proposed to raise the entire amount this year and next When the call was first issued many regarded the task as monumental But the bishops felt they could rely on the Methodists of the country to re spond to the call with eagerness anti they have been fully justified in their opinion Her Dr Kdmund M Mills secretary of the conference lo take charge of the collection of the otter big announced that less than two thirds of the amount hind yet to be subscribedThe will be devoted to several objects Ten millions will be given for education The remaining 10000 000 will be used for charitable and philanthropic work The most generous response been met with in time ease of colleges and seminaries over 3000000 having been raised by them The Ohio Wes leyan leads tIme list with 303000 Time Syracuse university has had much suc cess in obtaining the vjOOOO which guaranteed to raise that it will prob ably double the guarantee Sonic English and Irmsh ame The shibboleth of names Ieveson Gower we know antI Carshalton and Kerr and Cholmondeley Now it ap pears PoleCarevv is PoolCarey Yet the Irish Carews are all Caroos nail there is the Gilbertian Of all tIme good attorneys who have placed their names upon the roll but few could equal Babies Carcw flames Is evi dently Caroo Also it is declared that certain Careys insist upon being called Carevv It is a personal matter no doubt Sir I once heard a Pcpys remark ray name is Peppis Still it is puzzling There was Angus Reach who was to be called Heack How was Thackeray to know this As they sat at dessert he addressed Mr Ikach Reach promptly Keacked By all means said time other Will Mr Keack take a peacUV But it if not given to all to reply in this way Pall Malt Gazette Anatomlckl With ah engaging smile the peddler who lad gone around to the side door addressed the sharpfeatured woman who answered his knock Is this the head of time house he asked Xo sir she replied shutting the door in his face This is the wing Chicago Tribune A Boothbay Me fisherman Ab Ak claims to have the shortest name on record There is said to be no ab breviation about it either s CALEB POWERS TRIAL The Bullet That is Supposed to Have Killed Goebel Exhibited in Court Wltnmnrn TcuHfjr t ii fur Supposed Course ii t the Deadly Slia llc Kph Illlnnl uu the Stand Georgetown Ky July 13When time court adjourned eight jurors in time Powers case lint been finally ac cepted by both sides leaving four more to be selected The common wealth lain one more peremptory chal lenge to its credit while the defense has four Georgetown Ky July h1tVhen the formation of a jury to try time Towers ease was resumed Friday morning there were eight accepted jurors in time box until three seated subject to challenge The jury was completed by time ac ceptance of Harris Mnssclman a farmer nlso considered Goebel sup porter Forth is said to be doubtful some of his friends claiming him to be a lirovvn democrat The jury was then sworn in Time completed jury stands W O Tinder farmer Drown A W Craig merchant Goebel W P Munson farmer Goebel W II Oldbam mer chant Goebel George Murphy farm er Goebel J C Porter farmer re publican Alono Xciii per farmer Brown U lonl farmer Goclwl doubtful J P Crosswaile carpen ter Goebel J T Mulberry black smith Goebel Harris Musschnan farmer Goeliel Col Campbell stated the case for the prosecution He reviewed the politi tai events of last fall anil especially the events following thud election amid time instituting of contests by the democratic candidates for state of fices He said that Caleb Powers was most aggressive among those who sought to settle the contest by vio hence and that to hint largely was iluc time importation of mountain feiidisla to Frankfort Of the band of mountain men 175 remained in lrankfort regularly He charged that a majority of them lund killed from one to several men each He claimed it will be put in evidence that on Jan uary LS Mr Powers made muse of a statement that Goebcl not as many days to live as I have lingers on my lianil He reviewed time facts in connection with time assassination anti claimed that time state house yard lund been cleared in furtherance of time conspiracy cited the closing of tIme executive building against time police otficcrs time calling out of troops antI other matters which have already come out in the examining trials During Surveyor Woodsons testi mony he produced time chip cut from tIme hackberry tree in time state house yard The chip contains time steel bul let which is supposed to passed through the body of Mr Goebel Mr Wiiodson hind not completed his testi mony when court adjourned Georgetown Ky July 13Satimr day Mend Woodsoti county surveyor of Franklin county and the civil engineer who made time measurements was on tIme stand for over two hours lit haul with him profile drawings diagrams aunt a block of wood taken front n tree in the state house yard which was supposed to contain the fatal bullet The defense undertook to show that the surveyor hind not been pnfliciently accurate in his meas urement from time supposed point of entrance of bullet into the tree to prove that the shot was tired from the window of the secretary of states ollicc lie left the stand at 1113 At the request of the prosecution Mr Wodson alter leaving time stand removed the bullet front time block of wood when it had Iain undisturbed for six nnnths arid after marking it for identification passed the bit of lead about the bar Judge jurors and lawyers all examined it with in terest Apparently the prisoner antI Arthur Goebcl time brother of Wil liam Goebel paid less attention to the bull than sonic of the attorneys Clothes rhat Goebel wore on time fa tat day was brought in at 030 by two colored porters mind placed in the anteroom adjoining the main court room Warden Kph Lillard of Frankfort prison a close friend of deceased was next railed He accompanied Mr Goebel to the state house on the morning of mnrded and left him just before time shot wan fired Mr Lillard testified that on the morning of time shooting as he ap proached the state house with Goe lid anti Jack China he noticed that the capitol ground were clear whereas on previous occasions mountain men were numerous He said he haul left his two companions anti reached time door of the main cap itol building when he hearth shots and looking buick saw Goebcl fall He de claret that one of time front windows in the office of the secretary of state was partly raised at time time At tIme conclusion or his testimony court adjourned Krult Iloniirii riaruril Newcastle Cal July IlkFire de stroyed till time fruit houses anti lead ing business houses of the town The total loss will exceed 100000 Over 10000 boxes of fruit were burned Time Southern Pacific Co was the heaviest loser Will Meet In Chattanooga Chattanooga Tenn July 13it is ollicially announced that time organiza tion known as the SpanishAmerican War Veterans will hold its second na tional encampment in this city Oc tuber 111L Died on Donrd a Strainer St Joseph Mich July I6Dr A Winston of Cincinnati O aged 2G died suddenly on board the steamer City of Milwaukee Dr Barton an other passenger said death was due to heart disease caused probably by extreme imea- fitumlidinge Demolished By n Train St Joseph Mo July 16A Rock Island passenger train pushed a freight train off time track and through a building 70 feet square owned by the St Joseph Plow Co completely destroying the structure Foul Play Fcnrnl Chicago July 16J S Beach chief clerk to the superintendent of eon struction of the Postal Telegraph Co has been missing since last Monday An investigation of his accounts shows that every dollar has been ac counted for A theory of foul play is advanced Lumber Burned By Lightning Remus Mich July 16 AViedmana lumber yard containing 9000000 feet of lumber was set on fire by light ning mutt the loss ia estimated at 125000 I HEAimWOMEN Mary J Kennedy of An our Coa Exhibit at the TraniOlMauW ippi Exposition at Omaha Xtb writes the following of Pernna as a cure for that common phase of summer ca J mut tarrh known ai Sj indigestion 3tiss Kennedy says 7 I found this I continualchange of diet incidental to eight years traveling corn pletely upset my digestive system In consulting FL cuan tey the cided I suffered tepwith catarrh of stomach Their pe acriptions d not seem to help me any to read ajag of the re markable cures effected by the w use of Ieruna I decided to try it KJTtzused Peruna for about three months and feel completely re jurenated I believe I am permanently cured ando not hesitate to give unstinted praise to yonr great remedy Peruna The causes of summer catarrh are first chronic catarrh second derangements of the stomach and liver impure blood Such the case anyone who knows anything whatever about time operations of ran understand why thus remedy is a permanent cure for summer catarrh Iteradicates chronic catarrh from the system invigorating time stomach and liver cleanses the blood of all impurities and therefore permanently cures by removing the cause a of maladies peculiar to hot weather The cause being removed the symptoms dis appear of themselves Summer Catarrh sent free to any ad dress bjr The Peruna Medicine Co Colum bus Ohi- oMURPHY WAS MUCH PUZZLED lie Managed to Give Satisfactory An- strers to the Question However One of the JCew York enumerators called on an old Irishman who had his name Mar phy chalked upon his door lie was very much perplexed although he had been in the country long enough to go through several censuses The cin U he exclaimed suspicious ly Ihwat is ut I toM him that it was a record of the tnba of Murphys in the United States that was being prepared for the government where it he was greatly flattered and wanted to tell me his family history as far back as he knew it His however was defec tire especially as to dates year ui me bureth he repeated scratching his head sure an 1 tt all at alL Then after reflecting awhile he brightened up and said Sure an it wuz the year the crops failed in Ireland Was it in 37 I suggested at a rca tare lie looked to be about Faith an it was that very year he re plied and I let it go at that He had forgotten too the year of his ar rival in America but remimber that Hor ace Greeley was mania for prisident at the toime he said Trrnln at the Telephone HartfordCottain the competition of some humorism from which he expected a good deal when hews called to the telephone Ife the seerant to receive the message anti bring it to him but in a few moment was informed thattha Early at the other end of the wire wanted Provoked at the interruption Mark afterhelloingforprintbutwhichwaseertainirpictmmresque engagedhe beamuian answer in aston ished tones and recognized the voice of an eminent divine whom he knew very well Is that you doctor questioned Mr Clem kicrcouldnt understand yo- uterobatle After supper be procured his wifes best clothesline from the backshed fastened one end of it to his SL Bernards collar and the other to the handle bar of his bicycle Then he went out into the middle of the road and mounted For about four rods that is until the St Bernard espied a canine friend the sensation was dreamlike after that it be came one horrible nightmare In despera tion the rider clutched handle bars back pedaled and howled until at last he sufficiently cool to call to the dose to stop It stopped all right hut the wheel haul motions its own U went on till it struck the dog amidships then it rose in the air sending its rider toward cloudland His head tried conclusions with the curb and when they brought him to he his wife never to do it again Detroit Free Press These July Days Corn we know is good for man yet heres a flaw in natures plan for weather which is good for corn matt man wish he neer was boraIndian3polis Journal It is impossible to please veur friends if you say areeabhe il to them areac cased ofinsincerity it youay duzareeabe things they get mad Atchuon Globe A boy in the family always comes in handy when the pie left over isat enough to save Atchison Globe When you meet an obstacle use it for a stepping stone Chicago Daily Xew N Painful Periods are overcome by Lyrist Em Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Fifty thousand happy women testify to this fit grateful letters to Mrs Plakham Menstruation is a severe strain on a wo mans vitality If It Is malnful something Is wrong which ILydia E PinUums Vegetable Compound wUlmromptly set sight If excessive or Irregular write to Mrs Plnkham Lynn Mass foradvice Evidence abounds that Mrs Pinkhams advice and medicine have foe many years been helping women to bo strong Ho other advice Is so un varylngly accurate mo other medicine has such a record ofcure tEreryAodj enjoys crstard made from Eurnhams Cream Custard Just dissolve in hot milk and set tway to harden Indorsed by phjsi rims as a healthful and nutrition food foe greingpackage of Burnhanis Hasty Jellycon tho finest Jelly preparation Order today 4 i jr cl 4rtl T JPTG tt L STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS I g b n 3ADANGEROUS BUGIIta nilr CuhiI the Itrnlli 1 catllr Ciinnlv 1nrnicrIass Vcrlmleu L lit Vcrnon Ivy Inly 13 Henry Urannninoii a reputable farmer and others of the Wildie neighborhood zee miles fast of this platf bring report that san Co1agel IS years dieil Sunday fiom the elTeels 0 f the bite tif a bIIF or insect He vns bitten on the liiUIIC day last week awl it begun to swell His whole face swelled to enormous pro jiortions and parts of it sloughed off hCt he iliinl Mrs Kobert Cook Iiic Phillips milt four others are MilVcring fniiu a Siiinilar alllietion Two of tlie sun poscd insivls have been captured They an about In inches bmg tvith a dy shaMd like n wasp and liate a double set if wings VAGRANCY LAW VOID A Kentucky Menrsnrr PruTIitlig for lnnlIiniriil Akin lo Mnvorj Iru iinniirrtl nronntllutlunnl Snrneret Ky Inly 1l1Iie va law was declared unconstitu in the Tulaski circuit court 4giancy stood indicted under the law and when the case was for trial a demurrer was en rollnlliJpassLf upon I f law to my mind materially conflicts with both the letter and the spirit of i11econstitution which by the thir nlh amendment prohibits slavery mill imolimtary wrvilude except as a punishment for crime upon conviction V by due process of law GnebI itirtIai I iw tIaIn-q 0 Frankfort Ky July HIII rol itime of enrolled bills enacted into laws at the ISIS session of the Ken legislature is missing from the aoni of the secretary of state here c Among the bills contained in it is the otllcial opy of the statute known as the iOilMI election law It is thought the voiiime was varrictl away the oeeiipaney of the state inlillbuildings by the soldiers after f the shooting of Senator Cocltcl Cimtlriunn AVIn Oat vL Louisville Ky July J3 Appellate A Judge Dnrelle handed down an opin J Jon here refusing to dissolve the in 11Jnctlon granted Adjt Oen Castle the board of aldermen 1 to prevent an impeachment trial on charges of malfeasance It was sought ytoremove Grit Castleman from the Ixjard of park commissioners on the ground that he holds other offices also in violation of the city charter To Mrnlithlrn Oat n Muddle Frankfort Kj Julj IJhe demo- p tI williJlrobablto take up the matter of the Seventh district congressional muddle which resulted in two conventions at Paris Tuesday A petition for a call will be circulated at once asking that a pri mary election he ordered Dine Gntn Strings Sent to Detroit 4 Lexington Ky July HThe rae Vrclrmorning to Detroit Mich In Cahills stable is a wonderful trotter Charley err expected this season to equal his record of last year in the way of earnings Iirrcklnrl lRe tnt A CxmliiUte ton Ky July HCol W C iMoxlnldnidgt who Las been men s a probable fusion candidate the fusion to be of republicans and t bolting democrats for congress said 1tlo nbt Want the seat in congress l fam too busy to fool with congres isional races iImpeachment Proceedings f Henderson Ky July 13 Impeach iImeat proceedings against Chief of W II Hinds were begun by the city council Hinds is charged with loroltvidual account Orders were retained by the grocer and credit refused I 1ecibeiirt Defrayed Hint I Louisville Ky July ltAfter be ing at liberty ten years Luther llai t C Icy colored was lodged in the county f jairiicre to answer for the murder of e Woshin ton 1arrett Colored 5s July 1WO 1aileywould be free if it liadjiot been that his sweetheart in advertent ly betrayed him t 1coa mD OeD Injured Georgetown Kj July 14 ExCon 4 Jgrcssmali tl c Owens of the defense In the 1owers case was severely in- Jured by falling over an embankment in trying to avoid an approaching street car lie was also struck by the car and his injuries are such that he will be laid up for some time A GolaN CraarreU Faat- I Owensboro Ky July 12 Clarence Riddle aged 1U was committed to the if asylum at Hopkinsvillc He imagines be is running for president and will cwin easily This makes 14 persons committed for lunacy from this coun j S Jc Iy thice January luotber Vlctl cL Paducah Ky July 13 Another Tie t c tim has been added to the list of tow boat Fjcter Houtz which blew up on- o fieImanpltal lit Cairo ace Hnrlnu Slece Owensboro Ky July 12Miss Amy Tharlan and llr iladison Itosworth morningjTbeS Ice Harlan Jlr Ilosworth is buslnrss QBnager of Ilollidaysburg seminary rcnnsylinnia Duel With SbotKBB JeVisbugK July 13Six miles rast of here in Logan county Robert Mien and a man named Bird fought a duel with shotgun and revolver re4 culting in the niters death Both parties wer well to do farmers 41 Doctor Missing Frankfort Kj Jnly J3The lam- A alyand friends of Dr James Sawyer- ire fearful that Dft Sawyer is lost or t that some sad fate has befallen him J 3r Sawyer left Johnstown Pa June 9 for his home at this place and has lOt been heard from since He was InI t I eeble health and his mind is said to ate been affected at times I hold Without Bally Danrllle Ky July 13 Walter JSein of PnrUsTille charged with the i minlM of his brotherinlaw Eugene fJvrieES wa hejd ver TyjUjput bail j e Y ii v tr i 4 J i t LiyJi itr l4r 171 ZJt r KILLED BY A MADMAN IA nfiiipntrd Farmer Strikes III Ilrnllierliilnw oil the head With nil Ax Cynthiana Ky July h2iaek Whiv ten of Sunrise this county who wan mentally unbalanced but thought to In harmless killed his brotherinlaw Win Morgan instantly by striking him on the head with an ax Ilotll men were in lie harvest field repair i hg a machine and Morgan was stoop ing over in Ihe Lit of fixing a bolt when Whalen dealt him the minI bloxv from behind The murderer after the deed be came a raying maniac ran a mile and pbingeil into a river hut was persuad ed to wade out by neighbors who had by Ibis lime heard lie news and were in pursuit When captured it re quired the strength of scxeral men to tubdiic him Whalen was brought lucre tried for lunacy antI sent to the Lexington nsyluni Morgan was a prominent and well known farmer ASLEEP ON THE TRACK A Man rntled Home After lldnff Struck mill Itiully Hurl llr n Trnlu Corbin 11I1h lAlniut mid night Sam Alcllargue was struck by a Louisville t Naslnille passenger train while asleep the track between this city and London The train was immediately Mopjtcd mill a search nude hut not hiimg could be seen of him his bat was lying near anti there was blood on the ground After u search of 10 minutes t ruin pulled out Not until a late hour in the morn ing did Mcllarguc come home Ilia absence had created considerable ex citement anti searching parlies were out Mcllargue crawled home being Ion badly hurt to walk He gate no excuse for isis absence amid it is be lieved that crazed by the shock from tIme train he lost his way in the bushes He will tile 1lnley Wilt Return to Kcntnrky Indianapolis nil July I HmrloIinley exsecretary of state of Ken tucky said that he intends to go back lo Kentucky to stand trial fur com plicity in the murder of Win CioehcU I should like lo go next week he said My only plan for the future is to return to Kentucky to go through the form Of a trial lust as soon as I am satisfied that the rancor of our opponents has died down I shall return I suppose I shall have to be guided by general observation in deciding that but knowing myself to be absolutely innocent I can not bear Ihe thought of allowing such an imputation as has been made against me to stand liov Tavlor feels just as I do Urmllork Ilroken Paris Ky July 13Time democratic itsIlaho11 been taken each resulting in 25 for Allen and 2S for Moody Col Al len through a delegate from Fayette moved that the nomination of Mr Moody IH made unanimous This was done and Mr Moody was declared the democratic candidate from the Ashland district for congress A bolting convention having previously declared South Trimble the nominee there will undoubtedly be a lively fight in the old Ashland district I Berry Howard Well Guarded Lexington Ky July 14 County Surveyor Newman who has just re turned from a business trip in Hell county says Berry Howard wanted on the charge of complicity in the assassination of Wm Goebel is heavi ly armed at his home there He says Howard has been with n surveying party in which there was also a del uty sheriff but Howard is heavily armed and accompanied by men em ployed to protect him ianrdlnir an Important Witness Frankfort Ky July HHobert soaks the Virginia suspect in the oebel murder ease has bon brought back lucre from Georgetown where he was taken as a witness and will not be again taken there until the prosecution is ready to plaee him on the witness stand Because of the sensational stories printed regarding what he would testify it was thought by the officials that he would be safer lucre Woman Fljthti a Itnlild Dog Lawrcnccburp Ky July I 4Mrs Liniard Goodlett was severely lacerat ed by a rabid dog while defending the two children of Mrs John Cole Mrs Goodlett called her husbnnd and he held the mad brute while she dis patched it with an ax Prawn Into a Thresher Hopkinsvillc Ky July Hlnmel- G Edwards a Kirkmansville planter was feeding a threshing machine when his clothes caught in the cylin der and he was fatally mangled Srd Ills Xo llardstown Ky July HC A Wills a representative of time Stand urd Oil Co was out driving when his horse ran away nail he was thrown against a rail fence striking it in such a way that his nose was com pletely severed from his face lIe re sides at Glasgow Arre ted for Cutting Carlisle Ky July Hoid Bowies of Bourbon was arrested here on n warrant for cutting Charles Howard n Millersburg merchant with intent to kill Judge Irvine HaUejr Ded Lexington Ky July 13Judge lr vine Hnlsey died Wednesday night at Battle Creek Mich whither he went a week ago for his health He was editor of the Kentucky Stock Farm at the tme of death anti was an au thority on trotting hortes Quarreled Over Crap Carlise Ky July 12 John Allen j and George Watson colored gambles quarreled at lull Dills grocery over a crap game and Watson shot and in stantly killed Allen and made his escape Jleohtr Accidentally Discharged Louisville Ky July 1Simon j Fircht a secondhand dealer was shot and fatally injured by G Binder a gunsmith Fracht went to see Binder for the purpose of buying a pis tol While the gunsmith was show itIIXicholasville Ky July 12 Fount aln Baker Ihe 19yearold son of Xew himselfI lw ir 4i 1c s a S Ii 0011 yr i BRITISH LOSS TWO HUNDRED Pnrllirr Particulars nt linn the llorrn J rt n Jiiiorrsafnl Trap for Thrlr Lunar Lutnlon July litrsi Huberts 1iis sent notliin furtlioT eoncermiif lie Xitrils Nrk alTair Pretoria this pateliex however sliou thai the Lie colnuliirep lost half of their oflloers including Col Kolirrts who was xrnunilrd mill taken prisoner St rag glens continue to arrive at the camp lint few further details enn be gath ered Tlu lInt isim fought stubbornly until nightfall vhcn tin cavalry tiinuil their horses loose The Itoor report of the engagement places time Itritish casualties at over In the Dcrdepnort alTair mon tinned in Lord Koberts dispatch the men in the front rank of the Ilocrs wore khaki uniforms mill helmets nnd tIme dragoons passed them unsuspeclmg Iy under the impression that they were hussars The mistake wits not discovered until the liners opened a lienvy lire when the dragoons were within 100 yards Brit isli prisoners who have escaped to ICroonstndt report that Gin Do Wets force of 10000 men with ten puns expelled from ltd hihthicmmt by ion Clements and iII Vaget have taken up n strong position 15 miles to time southward in till hills around Holier SIc President Steyn is re ported to be with them Another ease of time lloers wearing kliaki is reported o have happened at Jindley on lime 20 when theysun prised a picket of 23 men of the Yorkshire light Infantry 18 of whom were killed mill wounded IlrlvlnR Out thin Iliirr Wit poor Transvaal Inly ltGen Clerys column which has moved east erly is now camped here During tho tunnels the mounted infantry engaged 200 I tiers shelling a ridge occupied by the burghers It is anticipated that this imncmcnt will clear tho country from Standcrton to llcidel berg as the troops found but one re maining laager front which the Boers retired hurriedly POLITICAL CONFERENCE The Meiiiliervhlp of the Xew Itepali itnil ntlonnl iriullvc Committee Cleveland 0 July Hn impor tant political conference attended by a number of prominent republican leathers was held at Senator Hannas office lucre Friday The meeting was called by Mr I la mm to discuss and decide upon the personnel of the new executive committee and to name a secretary of the national committee to succeed Gen Charles F flick At noon Sennl jr Hanna announced that the following named hall been chosen as members of the national executive committee Grceme Stewart Illinois Henry C Payne Wisconsin Richard C Kerens Missouri J Manley Maine M B Scott West Virginia Frederick S Gibbs New York Franklin Murphy New Jersey Myron T Merrick Ohio Harry S New Indiana Chairman M A llainia Secretary Perry S Heath Treasurer Cornelius X Bliss Gn Charles F Dicks resignation as secretary of the national republican committee was received and accepted Mr Heath will tender his resigna tion to the president in about a wIck or ten days Myron T Herrlck is George B Coxs successor ns member of the republican national committee fruit Ohio PERRY S HEATHS SUCCESSOR Curtis tinlli of UnupU anti Fourth HKlntnnt 1untmactrr General Drlitoir Mentioned Washington July Uso far as known here the appointment of n successor to First Assistant Postmaster General Heath has not been decided upon Mr Heaths retirement from the post oflicc department following his selection as secretary of time republican national committee has been contemplated for some time and there has been some informal discus lion ns to his fcitcccsKor Curtis Guild of Massachusetts to whom the president at time close of time Spanish war tendered an appoint meat as member of the insular commission has been considered for the office and Fourth Assistant Postmas ter General llristow who investigated the Cuban postal system recently has betn mentioned Dphlas Deluged Dallas Tex July 16 Xorthern Texas has been deluged bain for more titan 12 hours and the indica tions mire that the storm has only begun The downpour at Dallas was terrific The streets are like creeks and many basements arc flooded The Trinity river is rising and dispatches from Ft Worth anti other points in dicate that large volumes of water are coining down from the upper parts of the river Wire reports show that the rain has been general Railroad op erations are delayed because of wash outs and slow running is necessitated from watersoaked roadbeds AYorlir Clirlatlnn Knilrnvor London July ITht worlds Christian endeavor convention opened with a general pilgrimage to Wesleys chapel where prayermeetings were heM hourly all day long They were attended in immense congregations of Christian endeavor delegates Klllcil While An1pcp- Dubuipie In July 15The house of John McQuinlan was struck by lightning anti his 14yearold datight er Bean was killed while asleep Set lie Short who wns visiting her was terribly burned MIcKcil Express Robber Chicago July JO P Dillon was arrested in this city charged with be- Ing one of time burglars who robbed the American Express company at Storm Lake la of blank orders that could be filled out to aggregate 20 000 Have Fears for hue Corn Crop Omaha Neb July 1Tiie exces sively hot weather in Nebraska during the past 48 hours has caused se ious alarm among grain men and many fear the corn crop has been more or less damaged Chinese Want Damages San Francisco July 1The Chinese residents of the recently quarantined district of this city arc preparing to demand compensation for losses alleged to have been sustained owing to the action of the health officials The damages asked vylll aggregate 2000000 Governor of Australia London July liIt is announced that the queen has approved time selection of the earl of Hopetoun ns governor general of the Australian mruomvealth foI16IiiI Ir d 1c 1 Iio1- FOREIGNERS ALL DEAD Men Women anti Children Mccl- nn Atrocious Heath by IheI Sword in 1eldng With Ammunition GotH Thrv Make n Desperate nt Futile KlTorr 10 Break Through Chinese Lines No NCtTs Im in Minister Conner niui Without n lliiilit lie tins llrrn Munlrrril With All liar Rest nt time 1orrluiicrn Shanghai July 1611 uOidal tiht- gma was nhe uutluy t froam lie governor of Shim usg slating that a breach was iniiilc in the wall of Ihe British legal ion at Peking ura gillint defense mill when ammunition hind given out figners were killed London July 3thue Si iai correspondent on time alleged mr ityof couriers who brought lie xlory ghes very sensational account of the massacre He says l cii with hlllll r ing been without food for n tIt members of the legations MIL lCJI1IHiineNpcclcd attack Gen Full Siaug nnigeil titer the loss cf niiiny men brought heavy guns and Prince Illa II gave the tinier that every foreigners mirst be destroyed Ills words were hestroytvery foreign vestige and make hinii a scaled book to all west ern powers Prince Tnan had previously discov ered Hint Prince Cluingsmis supplying the foreigners with ammunition He therefore ordered Gen Tung Fuh Siring lo lire on Prince filings troops iud it is reported Unit Ching was killed or seriously wounded In the limit attempt to cut their way through the leg ioimers formed a square with the women and chil dren in the center When the Boxers realicd that they were being at tacked they became like wild beasts anil shot each other with revolvers llcaty gnus bombarded all night un til lie buildings were demolished and ill lames Many foreigners were roasted in tIme ruins The Boxers rushed upon them and hacked and stabbed both dead and wounded cutting tiff their heads mill carrying these through the streets on tneir rules shouting fiercely They then attacked the native Christian quarters massacred all who refused to join them outraged the women and brained time children Hundreds of mission buildings were burned The correspondent adds All China is now nflnmc with rs volt against foreigners Only in the extreme west is there quiet K ery port even Shanghai is menaced III tIme province of Hupe and Hunan thousands of niilhe Christians haie been mutilated and tortured the vtoiucn being tilt outraged and then massacred SI Petersburg July 11 via Paris July IThc car has received with great emotion the dreadful detail of the catastrophe at Peking Tears coursed down his majestys cheeks as he read time cablegram from Adm McxycIT at Port Arthur confirming the horrible details of assassination of M DeGiers which merely in form of rumors hail already reached Rums sia The admiral declares that time Itussiaii envoy was dragged throng the streets by the Boxers insultei beaten and tortured and even thro n into a great kittle mind boiled to dcMli Then the remains were thrown to t1 dogs While M DeGiers was 1Idisposed of the fanatic mob danced around time caldron Mine DeGiers Adm Alexyeffs ad vices declared suffered a fate worse than death ami was beaten mill tor timed with sharp sticks until life was sxtinct The legation officials arc said to have been tortured fiendishly until death ended their sufferings M DC Giers and his legation oflicials resist ed desperately mind his brave hotly guard killed many of time attacking mob In the midst of his tortures the envoy is said to have heroically proclaimed his faith in Christianity encouraged by the wife who so soon shared his martyrdom London July 1GTime following dispatches from Adm Seymour were published lucre- TicimTain July IThe enemys position southwest of time settlement was attacked at 4 this morning The Japanese by a flank movement drove the enemyout mill captured four guns Cavalry pursued and completed the rout of the enemy killing large numbers of soldiers and Boxers The allied forces shelled and octal pied time western arsenal capturing two guns The arsenal was burned as the allies were unable to hold it The enemys loss was 350 killed The loss of the allied forces was small The allied forces have been in creased by the arrival of 1500 Amer iCIIIS llnllliuurr Mnnn Crime Baltimore July 16lmertJ ill health nail a weakminded wife im pelled Louis Kisen a shoemaker to kill himself wife Sarah and 13 monthsold son Morris with n razor anti to wound his 3yearoltlson tarry who will probably recover flack From 3Iniilln San Francisco July 5Tiie trans port Hancock has arrived from Man in via Nagasaki She brought 101 general pascngers and 517 soldiers Five deaths anti two suicides occurred on the voyage heaths Succession Selected Washington July 16The povtinn of list assistant pnsliiinsti nenil to be vacated by the rciigf in of lion Perry S Heat has icrn qf fered to Curtis Guild jr t Boston who was n member of the Porto llio insular commission The Ceniin of District of ColuinUlu Washington July 33Ehc eI11I office issued its Iirst bulletin Satur day giving the population of the His net of Columbia at 278718 This n an increase since the last census ii I83G or 2008 per sent Cnitt llealy Declared Insane Portrownsenda8h July 16 Capt MA Healy of the United States revenue emitter McCulloch was examined by the county board of physi chins and pronounced insane It is understood that he will be sent to Washington to the national asylum nnmrlmll Jlnnnccr Drnil Hartford Ct July 16Wm Barney manager of time Hartford Base hall team of tIme Eastern league nim one of time best known baseball JIIr- HI the country tiled in this city of pneumonia aged 46 years f 2 nc i 4 s SOMETHING HEW IN SURGERY J An Orrrntlnn That Was Descry lug of AVorldWlili Cel runty fft said the ole mean Pimpernel the itr evening relates the Cleveland Plain l r that theyve m nicil another brok i seek for a lie hada fall mine Imeg out in the country an when they got him to th lin pilal th doctors found that his upper pinal eolunie was cracked dean across Feller couldnt hold liii head lip an liii voice was dean pone in1l1ireclynll le spried when I tell you rethe old man ItS so death cmutr Vu they crowded over th left phalanx till Aliped time richt vertrickle an then they ek th two ends together with anlytoxum ThaI fer blood pisenin you know Then they pot the broken ends of Ihmtdulla together an fastened em in plaee with IhlrIout an got an oldfashioned bootjack f Key tied it on his chest so that the open ii top would just catch under his an hold it until the gluey hardens An soon as it tines harden the young fellerll be jumit as sound as ever with a few rivits thrown 1- 0Thlllulr cried Josh Bowman Aint it wonderful You jest bet it is said the old man ROAST BEEF WAS TOO DEAR A Chicago Woman AVIm Ilns Grievance for the Econ amy Clnti Young Mrs Woodlawn who lives on homekeeliliitn llIdrdasays time Chicago Inter Ocean Kvery housekeeper should do her own marketing says tlrs Woodlawn and every morning at nine oclock she starts out to contribute to the gayety of grocers and meat shop men on Cottage Cirove avenue Once she ordered a leg of veal for two an an other time she purchased trout on the half shell A few days alto she undertook to negotiate for a small roat of beef Kighteen cents a pound maam said time butcher Arent you rather high remarked ilrs Woodlawn tentatively Xo indeed nuam steers like this meat omc3 from maam is sellin for six dollar on the hoof pocketbookI shall law this matter before the Social Economics cliiisite said If cattle are Aorth only six dollars apiece ansi vou sel TIC roast lied at IS cents a pound we are in the clutches of a monopoly and I will eat trout as long as I live before Ill stand it So there CHOATE AND THE BABY The American Ambnundnr SU Head Wit In nn Address In Enghn nil Lately at time opening of a free library at Acton Kngland U Choate Ihmerilanambassador to Great Britain muchlaujibterbaby who persisted in distracting the at voiceheartsays the San Francisco Argonaut The first speehIrial provision for children in your library tnd I think when men come to make a hojce of a residence in Acton they will not forget that fact Here the baby screamed in such a manner as to drown the words of the speaker There was some dis iirbance but Mr Choate said Dont be disturbed by the baby Nobody knows bet tcr than my Lord Bishop that out of the mouths of babes and Kucklinps cometh lam Things went fairly wcl aUnt this theIdor went on it is Keclesiaste and it says that of the making of books there is no end lie Fnrrd to Prrinme The American tourist is so firmly con need that he is lining cheated on hands ring his European travels that hejocca pruhenceWhati man in a Paris handling a small s brooch of exquisite workmanship venty francs monsieur said the clerk iiiats altogether too much Kind the American Its for a present to ray sister Ill rive you five francs for it Zen it would be I zat gave ze to our sister said the Frenchman with a deprecatory shrug and I do not know mademnoisehlel he King A man being About to die summoned his four Sons to ms side andsaid My son I will leave to John onethird of my estate to Alex onefifth to James and to Thomas onefourth and thus you will all Share Equally John and James and Thomas took Paper and Pencil and began figuring hut Alex took his Hatband started out Where are you ItOI other Three asked Do you not Intend figuring out the Problem Sot mud said Alex lam Joing for a Lawyer to break the Will Moral Sometimes time Lawyer can Relieve the Heirs of Much of time Figuring Baltimore American I dont enjoy raw meals any more an old fellow said today I ate up all the good things 25 years aotchison Globe 31AIIKHT HEPonT Cincinnati July 14 CATTLE Common 3 23 ti 4 25 Select butchers S 10 jjj 5 15 CALVES Extras n 6 25 hOGSSelect packers 5 40iv 5 45 Mixed packers 5 3 ili 5 40 SHEEP Choice 4 10 4 25 LAMKS Kxtra t 40 iil t FLOUIl Spring pat 35 5 00 lIy01IXOATS Xo 2 mixed fi 2- 7htYiXj 2 cii 62 HAY Choice timothyU 25 14 50 MESS IOUKII 00 LAlti i 60IJUTTKK Ch dairy ItChoice creamery 2- 1APILESChto fancy 3 75cm 4 00 POTATOES Per brl 00 ft I- trollAccoNesy IM ri7 00 Old 4 00 JT22 75 CHICAGO i0WIIIXo 3 spring 73 uf 75 4t4OATSItYE jSVlff G- OPOKK Mess 12 45 7il2 50 luVKO Steam 0 S2L6i 6 85 NEW YoRK FLOril Win patent 4 00 rfi 4 60 WMlUT No 2 red it COItV Xo 2 mixed fi 51i OATS Xo 2 mixed fB 11YK POKK Mess 13 25 14 00 LA Kl Steam Ij 7 22 y 1JAITIMOUE WHEAT Xo 2 red 73IJ 73 8YCOJIXXon1SSo 2 mixed 27tf 28 ATTLE First iial 5 10 il 5 25 ilOfiS Western 5 SO 5 00 INDIANAPOLIS HEAT Xo 2 red 82 uNNo 2 mixed ij 44 OATS Xo 2 mixed kj 25yt LOUISViLLE FOURWln pateut 4 50 tl 5 00- WHEAT Xo 2 red t 75 lUXlixecJ Cl Vtt OTS Mixed 26yt PORK Mess oJ3 00 LAUD Steam 7 00 r Trust Problem IThe mind the trust problem 5is one of seneca import It must be firmly grappled with for it creeps upon society be lore you are aware of its existence in this respect much resembling the various disorder which attack the stomach such as ton- stipatinn indigestion ness liver mind Kidney troubles Ilosletlerl remedyfortrial McSwatters and McSxvitters hail sworn off smoking for three months One about four weeks after the bargain had been matte the two met Each was dying for a good cigar said Mc tMvittrrs kept your endof the bargain You bet sighed McSwitter cant af ford to lose ten dollars Neither can L But look here J must have a smoke Tell you what Ill do Ill give you two dollars if you will call time deal off Done said McSnitters lie took the two and paeed them in his vest pocket Ill buy he said Half an hour later he was on his way home chuckling softli McSwitUrs was the twelfth man who had bought him off on the cigar deal Syracuse Herald Marquette on Inke Superior- is one of time most summer resorts reached via the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Hailwa Its healthful location beautiful scenery good hotels and complete immunity from hay fever make a sumnier outmng at Marquette Mich very attractive from the standpoint of health rest and comfort For a copy of The Lake Superior Country containing a description of Marquette nnd the tipper country address with four- 4 rents in stamps to pa postage Geo II HcalTord General Passmger Agent Chi cago Ill If You Have Pimple letter Eczema or any disease of the kill or Slemimbranea that can be reached by an outward application it can grethealllilirkept in every householdready for any emergency Soaj will greatly assist in curing all such atllictions your druggist does not keeril send hit name to Solon Palmer 374 Sew York andre ctie free jlampbet of testimonial with sample of Lotion or Soap A Ilrnry Caie Mack OKell Hard times have brouznt about a change with Blighter I remember when he always had a ease champagne ill the cellar now he has only a case of beer Luke Warme Well you know circum stances alter cases Chicago Evening Xews IUnt for time Dowels IXo matter what ails you headache to a yourhondacure you without a gripe or pain produce easy natural movements cost you jut 10 cents to start getting your health back Ca carets and Cathartic the Ienuinelput up in metal boxes every tablet istamped on it Beware of imitations IVhat liarThe other side observed time candidate in much apprehension are putting sonic damaging reports in irulationI- IuL no money to peak of rejoined the chairman of the campaign committee com placently Detroit Do Your Feet Ache and Dora Shake into your shoes Allens FootEase a powder for the feet It makes tight orXew Shoes Feel Easy Cures Corns Itching Swollen Hot Callous Smarting Sore Swtatj Feet All Vruggiltl and Shoe Stores sel t 25e Sample sent FREE Address Allen S OlmsttL Le Roy N Y ArchacoloKy These pictures the archaeologist of time distant future is represents the cake walk of the ancients The cake consisted of a number of movements evidently designed to assist the digestion of cake Hence the name Detroit Journal Tue nI Prescription for Chills and Fever Is a bottle of GHOVES TASTELESS CnuiTosii Its simply ironanti qnininein tasteless form No euro no pay Price ges of Man At 23 remarked the amateur philoio pher t man is eager to reform the At 50 he is about ready to be reformed him self Philadelphia North American To Carp a Cold In One Day Take I iatire Dromo Quinine Tablets illdniggists refund money iif fails to cure 25 On the Return Jack How long were you in Paris BillI wasnt long I was short Syracuse Herald A Desperate MaaMerchantflo you speak German Needy Applicant I never have but gracious 111 tackle it if you give me a job Indianapolis Journal M M Moore Clerk City Council Columbus Ua writes I have known eethina Teething Powders to remove worms when allother remedies bad failed One of the baffling mysteries of nature is the pie that in the mouth but feels solider than a brick in the stomachDe troit Journal Each ot FrrxiM FADEIIJJ DYE pedecUJSold A practical joke should be handled as gunAtchiA chorus girl is like a housethe older she gets time more paint she needs Town Topics Pisos Cure cannot be too highly spoken of as a cough lIrcJ W 322 Third Ave X Minneapolis Minn Jan 6 1000 The greatest nuisance is the ierson who is just puttering aroundAtchison Globe halts Catarrh Care Is taken Internally Price 75c A letter is one of the best evidences of the culture of a nerson Philadelphia Times Tis sweet to kissso is Kitme Gum to dinner table is certainly a table ef in terest Chicago Daily Xews ABSOLUTESECURITY Cenulne Carters Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of See FacSImile Wrapper Below Y ry BMtQ and as T to take as 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ftECiSTREO PHARMACISTS all kinds of Ssnt Xditthes a wboiasprtees tocoo sentry W will adyou this caislogu It for lb aikiug sod win sayou R 0 uy c ri- do his ROIERTS SUPPLY HOUU MlNNWOI M1NM sf Is i t t S i 1t w a 1 L flVft OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY J PER YEAR IN ADVANCE THURSDAY JULY 18 HOOI MRS MARY E LEASE who was aI keen Bryanite four years ago turns the marble heart to the Newbrasky S etatesmanikin this year which no doubt will cause Billy to conclude that she is no unntleman f You mllY mufco much over the popularityof your William Hren ning Jynnses and things in their own party hut they must all hide their diminished heads when John G Woollcy of Illinois is around He has the Presidential nnniinntion of the Prohibitionists and the Vice Presidential nomination of the United Christians nil at the same ItimeAs usual the Goebelites in Ken ton county i plit bolted andinr ned onSaturday sending conies ting delegations to Lexington t Tnrvin hud the majority with him hut the strict gangsters of the old Goebel regime bluffed things in the old way Tarvin freins to be n rictim of the old monster that he co earnestly helped to conjure up buck in 1896 He didnt get an in struction outside of Kenton Co i AWFUL stories of the butchery oft e come from China It is Russian Minister and 4turopeanJlrrc hopper to pieces cauldron and the llesli dogs The allied nations preparations to punish I 4theguilty Chinese That it is a I formidable undertaking is conced I ed now by nil It is doubtful if anything short of a vast army of offOlDhundrd thousands total can t accomplish the undertaking T Tnt Brown Democrats of Mont ct gomery county held a ellat tend ed meeting Monday and adopted r resolutions condemning what is 0I known of nil men as Goeboligm i and declaring their purpose to op pose all candidates who do not de I clare the Gocbei Election i law and condemn the odious prac rJ tice of the Gocbelite party since the notorious Music HuH conven lion Those Montgomery county Democrats are tikins the only I r course that will ever bring the a q party back to real Democracy to defeat that partys can Jdldatell until they give up the fight r I IT seems pretty plain that the overwhelming majority of the so called regular Democrats in Ken tucky who took part in last Satur days primaries were those who up hold Goebtlism in all its worst as pects for Bcckham simply ran awaywith the other candidates in the instructed Tote and will Probably i organize the convention B rT r4 Lexington today and secure the nomination on the Out ballot county instructed for Beck rThe every precinct except at Sharpsburg precincts anti At the Owingeville precinct No 2 k neither of which instructed at all o The county convention here Mon day of course instructed for Beek ham An attempt was made in the Owlngsville precincts to carry then forBIack but the Beckham men rJlwamped the opposition 1 TaeBrynnizt Demecracys reck f less folly lias relegated to the rent J nearly all the ablest oldtime lead t ersof the Democratic party and is e perhaps responsible for the an nouncement of Gen Thomas L Rosier the noted Confederate of bJ CbarLottesville Val that he IB now G a Beprfblfcan Gen Boseer was long noted ma an unreconstructed i rebel but lie is a West Pointer a piril engineer and a man of wealth A and culture When such as be r jjlte up their intense prejudices of die dead past for the sake of com iflUidg the dangers that arc threat ened by the Bryanlzed brand of r 1Democracy that isnt Democracy f at all but only a substitute with 3 1 out any of the merit of the original i it ia a pretty good sign that the J 1 predilection for the good name of a Democracy has no longer the nec 4 essary potency to make men stul tify themselves through prejudice s irtTas 7tb Congressional district Convention at Paris lost week1 iihowed Goebelism in all its beauty Speaker South Trimble went there with pearly enough instructed votes I r to nominate him but the opposi tion combined and organizd convention Then Trimble and 4 friends bolted held a separate con vention and nominated Trimble The regular convention nominated V r Voody of Henry county Before reg4ij lias arecord ot opulism and bolt I ingbut he did mote towards steal lag tho two contested offices in the Legislature than any other man ic In fact from his record one may 1 t fairly judge that there ia nothing in dishonest politici he wouldnt y do Thats what Goebelism hatI brought the proud old Ashland district to Goebelism must be down fled or the lo1eStat will come anarchy It is the most blighting i deadly political practice this conn try baa ever known IiJl CORRESPONDENCE 1 Sherburne Farmers are very busy threshing wheat and cutting bay Scott Goodpaster arc building r a wareroom to their mill J B Swartz is spending the sum aer withfriends nail relatives in Missouri Kansas Texas and Ok lahoma 4t c John House who has been dan ernuslj ill for several weeks with IFI4 c t j typhoid fever is still in a serious condition ce1 e i e44 j1 i v y r4 Ij f =r 11 a CraiRS Born July 10th to less Kohiii son and wife a buy Miss Lyda Tipton began her school here Monday a week Blackberry pitking is the tinier the lily among the women Mrs Doon Goodpaster has been sick but is gttting along verywell now Uppor Prickly Ash Mrs Amanda Crourh of Jrnngo City is visiting her son Chili S Crouch Joseph Toy and ife of Flat Creek visited K S Park and wife Sunday Several frou thii neisjhbnrhood attended ihe show af Mt Sterling Saturday R L Stone and wife visited rel ativcR in Nicholas county Saturday and Sunday W W Clark and wire of Flat Crock were guests of I M Shrout and family Sunday Miss Iterdie Donaldson of near Sharpshurg viritrd her grandmother Mrs Nancy Shrout lust week Licking Union Several from here attended the show at Mt Sterling Saturday Newton Johnson and wife of Grange City visited here last week The Outing Club at T C Rag lands reem to be enjoying themselves hugely Robert Cochran was called to the bedside of his nick father nt Mt Sterling last week Aaron Frfnninir of Jessamine county who hits been visiting here the past week left Sunday for Moores Ferry to begin his school Monday Quite a crowd from here attend ed the Sundayschool picnic at Mt Hope Saturday among them your writer We had n jolly good time plenty to cat and good music by theLicking Union Band West End Cecil Young is very sick at present B F Piersall went to Owingsville Saturday L V corr is a child after my own heart Four maddogs were killed near White Sulphur last week Mrs Travis Warner is some bet ter at present nice chance of her recovery White Sulphur will give 00 to 100 majority in favcr of the Re publican ticket this fall The Goebehtes of Bath are between the devil and the deep blue sea If they instruct for Beckham the devils to play if not the anie 1 You people of Iowa Missouri and Montana who accuse mc of be fug too lazy to write for TilE OUT LOOK dont you allow n fellow to be sick or away from home etc Forge Hill A B Filson of Spring lull was in our midst last week Stock water is scarce and the crops are needing rain Mr and Mrs Thos Clark visited relatives at Olympia Sunday Most everybody from here nt tended the meeting at Slato Valley SundayMrs Millard Staton and chit drrn of Preston ore visiting the family of G L Barber Mrs Louis Bailey and son Lloyd are visiting Mrs Jis parents Mr and Mrs N B Reynolds in Mason Co Thomas Whlttingtnn and litte sons Herbert and Clifford attended the circus at Mt Sterling Saturday Mrs Elvira Williams and son Hermon of Odessa visited the family of E E Warren Saturday antI Sunday Mrs J Richardson and little son Paul of Springfield Illarrived here Sunday to visit the fam ily of Thomas Powell Slate Valley We are needing rain so badly The meadows arc about all put up They were very light The contractors will soon begin rondsIThe corn crop looks Jiadly and without rain soon it will bo a fail lure Charley Warrens storehouse burned Friday night with his stock of groceries There is said to bo some insurance Felix Warren and wife of Craigs were guests of thoir daughter Mrs Chris Garner Sunday and attend ed church here iMrs Melissa Snedegir and little son Robert visited her daughter Mrs Newton A Shrout near Ow ingsvillc several days last week ILittlo Miss Lillian Shrout of near Owingsville was a guest of her grandmother Mrs Melissa Snedegar east of Slate Creek Fri dayMisses Eva and Lillie Johnson of near Sharpsburg were guests of their grandparents Mr and Mrs Martin Jones Saturday and Sun day Mrs Livia Clark of Owingsville was the guest of the of Sam Shultz from Saturday until Tues day and attended the funeral ser mon of JohnCraig Meeting closed here Sunday eve There were several reclaimed and one baptism The funeral sermon of the late John Craig was largely attended on Sunday The house wouldnt near hold the ladies i t L f r oJ Jitf j rf 4 J G if 0 J I c t h i J6 f lOlympia foo WUllllg will teach the public school lucre Miss Clill McClosson has been very sick for some days past James K Jmkson and Mrs Sa icklMr and Mrs C W Clayton of Salt Lick WITH here last wick vis itiny the flllllilruf J W McGln sot Elder Willie Williams preached an interesting sermon here Sunday lIre Williams made n very fuvora tile impression on our people Mr and Mrs Win 10 Houston of Preston viiinc over Sunday Mrs II will remain with her li trIiFIClell McGlosson until sliogcts but ter of tier sickness Quitca number if our Democrats attended the convention at Preston Saturday They lire preparing to make II last stand for Goebelism which we predict will ho buried so deep next November that it will never be resurrected Crooks W W Goodpaster visited in Montgomery county Sunday The Cic O It R is having its track straightened near the Slate bridgeElder Alfre3 is to preach at Ken dalls Spring next Saturday night and Sunday There are n great ninny promis ing young men in Preston sonic who promise to liquidate their hilts when the collector calls again some who promise to reform some who promise to gut married timid sonIC who promise to end up in the pen itcntiary if they dont mend their ways Sundayschool was organized at Kendalls Spring last Sunday with time following olllcers and teachers Til ford Criycraft Superintendent Buck Ginter Asst Supt Mrs Geo Pendleton Secy Mrs Slim Jack son Treas Teachers Sum Jackson Harvey Carpenter George Pendle ton Mrs George Pendleton Miss Lizzie Carpenter and Muss Lucy Bailey It is to be carried on every Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Odessa Remember the protracted meet hug beginning Sunday July 22d Elder Pnxton of Owingsville filled his nppointicent here Sunday Water is very scarce is this com munity Several are hauling from LickingJ Maxey wife and sons Earl and Tomes visited relatives at Step stone Sunday Wm E Darnell of lower Flat Creek bought ol J R Darnell two heifer calves for 30 Il would have been a pity if the Drs buggy wheel had come olF while buggy riding Sunday Jeveral from lucre attended the picnic at Poplar Plains Saturday and report it n glorious failure IIM Butcher sold to John Green yearling male calf for 3250 al so Lee Rice of Wyoming sold one to F T Jones for same price Bro J R Jones accompanied by 1 R Darnell attended church nt Salt Well Saturday night the former filling Bro Tinsleys appoint meat W W Bailey who had been vis iting friends and relatives lucre for tho past three weeks returned to his hnmc near Woodhull Illinois Tuesday Flat CreeK Give the courting man a chance George Clark bought 4 head of hogs lust week John Dawson bought a calf re cently for 12 Willis Roberts is dangerously ill with heart trouble Your scribe visited at Sharps burg last Wednesday Win Rice is prizing his tobacco for the Louisville market Elder Ross will preach at Sees schoolhouse next Sunday Daily Williamson of Judy visit cd here one day last week A wedding expected soon at this place For particulars ask 0 M Several from here attended the show in Mt Sterling last Saturday Born Friday to George Steele and wife nee Lillio MeKinncvan a boythcir firstborn Miss Lcllio Steele tins been suf fering severely from n bee stingon the eye for several days Mrs Ida Heath anti children of Pineville have been visiting friends at this place for several days Sterlinghasmeeting at Fassetts for the past week Morehead Many of the public schools in the county opened this week Census enumerators think Uncle Sum is a slow paymaster Sells and Grays circus delighted the kids in this town Friday Its Billie and Addie or Billie and Teddie You pays your money and takes your choice Gardner Elliott of Brady hind his house and contents destroyed by fire last week No insurance Dr and Mrs Hack Robbins and Dr A L Blair of Salt Lickwere pleasant visitors lucre last Friday Geo P Jones a former citizen of this place now of Owingsville was shaking hands with old friends here last week The Rowan County Teachers Institute begins hero Aug Gth Prof J C Willis of Kentucky University Lexington will preside Fl t tpC i r i i t 8 W J campmeeting has begun ir Morehead to continue several days Two crews of engineers are sur veying routes for railroad from this place to Wet Liberty They report favorable conditions in the ground gone over Will C llaney formerly of this plat now of Owingsville came rIver Friday to visit home folks and take in the show Will says lie is deliglittd with Hath county people Rowan county SunllaIIIOOI convention will lie hell hero Aug lib Prof A 10 Fox of Louisville and C P ayviiotl of Fleming county will be in attendance We have had delightful weather for time last week time mercury standing at the happy medium Rowan countys breezy hills and shady dales IIlforda pleasant retreat for the scorched and blistered ill hunii tutu s of the bluegrnss towns and hamlets Bothol Miss Mary Lancaster is quite sick Holla Kirk land and wife of Car 1i11lIpent the week with her par cuts W IL Peters and wife Mrs John Vice and Mrs Oscar Evans who have beern seriously illuro reported little better Miss Katie Chandler left Wed nesday morning for her home in Kelat after a pleasant visit of five weeks with friends here Mrs Joe Adamson and daughter Miss Bessie of Winchester have been guests of the formers father James Whaley and other friends and relatives lucre this week John Hawkins sold his stockof hardware to Horton tIres of Mont gomery Co who will invoice ant take possession this week Will Iay of Mt Sterling will be time manager timid will move his fatuity here The Childrens day exercises nt the Methodist Church Sunday night were in every way a success The songs and recitations by the children were well rendered Miss Kate Chandler of Kelat took part in the exercises Mrs Dr Letton presided at time organ A good collection was given by tho large audience The church was beauti fully decorated with flowers Grange City lint anti dry Bro Gardner preached here Sun day morning There is singing school here conducted by Prof Tapp Mrs Jane Eden visited relatives at Wyoming last week Mrs Amanda Crouch is visiting relatives in Bath county Slim Walton returned home from Lyons Kansas last week Mrs Mary Richards of Owings Yule is visiting relatives lucre Several from here attended the picnia at Poplar Plains Satimliyr Clms Dawson of Wyoming us ited Johnnie Rawlings Saturday and Sunday Several of the Wyoming boys and girls IIUllultdliiuging tchoi I here Sunday night Miss Mattie McLain went Satur to visit her aunt Mrs Saul Stephens at Odessa Miss Nellie Harrison of Lewis county is lucre visiting her sister Mrs Elzic Richards Dr W 0 Phillips returned Fri day from a business trip to Mays yule and Cincinnati Eli Bryant finished prizing to bacco here lust week and returned- to his howe in Louisville Dr Wm E Phillips and daugh ter of Wyoming spent Sunday with W O Phillips and wife Lewis RatelilT und Bud ColHvcr went to tho mountains last week and returned with a nice lot of hogsNewton Johnson and daughter Miss Roxic returned Sunday fr6m n weeks visit to his mother near Cogswell Mrs W C Payne and daughter Ruth of Bowling Green visited S R Newman and family and other relatives here last week Ed Anderson wife and son Rob err Mrs J D Myers Misses Em ma Phillips and Inn Barber of Wyoming attended the picnic at Poplar Plains Saturday Knob Lick Grass cutting has begun Tho Roes Run Iron Co paid oil Friday Tho blackberry crop is slfort of the demand Cnpt Pitman went to Mt Sterling Monday Jo Crosby and family were visiting in Mt Sterling Sunday Sam McClain caught quite n lot of fish in Slate Creek Saturday T J Barnes has finished tucking time census and has gone to scrap ingore Bro Crouch will preach at time SundayinThere will be a basket meeting at the Old Fields graveyard tho2d Sunday in August Sid Wnrrcn who is working for tho IL n Iron Co has reached tno position that the Irishman had when he wrote to his friends in tie oldcountry that this was a flue country ho had nothing to do only to carry brick up to time ninth story and the man did tho wane Ski commenced blocksmithing tiien the carpenters trade and now le has nothing to do only carry brick and Mutt Sexton to lay thsrn Merit will win hard to keep a good man down especially if he is carrying brick 1i lt oti 1 Very warm and dry The early corn is hurting with little prospects at this writing for rain George Witherows wife contin titS poorly Mrs Barker is some better A J Maze is up and going around after quite a sick spell A few of tfio Populists met in Owingsvillu Saturday anti agreed to send a delegate to the Louisville convention the 1st of August The delegate goes uninstriicted As this Populists were the first to raise tho warning cry against time Goebel Election law they will be in time light wheru their clrnrl will lie the must elleetual until that law which makes it possible and highly prob able to rob the voter of luis most sa red rights is wiped from the statutes of Ky If there Is n people that should hold in utter contempt anti derision such an iniquitous law it should be the Populists of the South which by the working ofa similar law robbed them twice of a Congressman and once a Governor It is not to passion we appeal hut to truth ant lairnoss and right lucre I mk the thoughtful to consider if the Referendum was in operation as advocated by us people that is the rule of the people could or would tjcy ever have fastened such a law oi themselves Moore Ferry Mrs Sibbio McDonald made a change for the better Sunday Newton Johnson of Grange City vibitnd John Ed Johnson Sunday Miss Bertha McLaughlin of Mid land visited relatives here Sunday Henry Williams visited his sis ter Mrs Luther Cook at Licking Union last week Miss Rosa Moody of Rowan Co visited Miss Ollie Williams Satur night and Sunday Albert Shrout of west of Ow ingsvillc visited relatives hero Sat urday and Sunday G W Shrout of Salt Lick vis ited his mother Mrs Anna Shrout Sunday anti Monday Mrs Martha Triplet is very low nt this time being 92 years old there ih little hope of her recovery Girls dont fall out over one young man and move your wash ing There are too many for that surelyMiss Ethic Staton was taken suddenly ill Saturday with neuralgia or heart trouble and ehe was very poorly Sunday Joseph Williams brought Jack DcWitt from Licking Union to his house last Monday Jack is very poorly with consumption Mrs B B Christie of HilUboro isited lice motherinlaw Mrs Jo soph Sorrel who is very low with consumption several days last week E C Kimbrell has sold his prop entyat Jetfersonville and moved here to luis fatherinlaw Oliver P Sliroutfl lat week He intends bfilding new house here soon If some people in this communi ty would quit watching their neighbor especially tho widowers mind telling lies and tend iheir own bus mess they would have plenty to do Frank Purvis who been triubled for 12 months took worse tfuudciilr Saturday morning week ago He was plowing and felt and it some time before he was con ecious He is still very feeble Dr W S Thomas and son of Spencer Julia II Thomas of Mont gomery Co and Anderson Thomas of Kansas were all at G B Myers last Friday night They wont Sat urday to see Aunt Polly Myers at Licking Union G B Myers went with them Elder Robt B Neal of Grayson pretichcd at Hcdricks last Monday rand Tuesday nights The house was crowded almost to suffocation both nights Brother Neal did full- justice to his subject each night anti everybody seemed well pleased with his sermons Elder Wesly Blevins preached at Iledricks Saturday night Sunday morning and evening to large aud iences Ho will hold a protracted meeting beginning on Friday night before time 3d Sunday in August zit Hcdricks On Sunday morning of the 3d Sunday in August he will preach the funeral of Sister Lucre tin Flood wifo of D C Flood Stopstone Rain oh how wo need it Mrs B F Myers is still bedfast Miss Eva Campbell is visiting at KiJ ore Ky Geo Kincaid a section hand here is off on account of rheuma tismRobt Myers anti wife of Preston were here visiting his father Sunday Wailer Barnes of Bourbon Co was bore Sunday seeing his brother and other kinfolks Mrs aoo W Turley who was on tho sick list is we nro glad to say 09and around again J W Montjoy of Ewington was here Sunday to see his daughter Mrs B F Myers who is sick Miss Bessio Ray of Preston is visiting friends and relatives here and attending the big meeting Miss Bertie hallof Olympia who had been visiting relatives here for several weeks returned home Friday John Foreman daughter Miss Jessie and a lady friend allof Sundayisiting Ben Karrick of Salt Lick was here Sunday visiting his brother Isaacs family and went from hereto Mt Sterling Court Monday C B Reid and wife Thos II Steelo and family and Undo Bob Lyons with a lot of others took in thtshow nt Mt Sterling Saturday j Z W 1f f Zi A of r r C II i t Miss Bcsio Belcher is down sick at her grandmother Mrs Ruth Mockabcu on upper Slate Hope she will soon be up and ablo to go homo Mr Myers of near Owingsville was lucre several evenings last week with his muggy and took his best girln Miss Myers also to the barn meeting Asu Crouch is boarding the bosses Messrs Savage and Brooks of the excavating force that iatwork near Slato bridge tICking out some of the stilT curve there Joe Campbell Jr is water boy for Capt E G NicholH force of masons who are here now putting in stone culverts und abutments for the new bridge across Stepstone cast of here C A Ragan is repairing the stile blocks at Corinth Church so that everything wilt be in order for the hard work that is to commence there about Aug 5th in the shape of n big meeting M rs G E Tribou of Owingsville was lucre all of last week putting up fruit for winter use SIll was assisted by her sister Mrs H C Mend whom she was visiting Miss Alice was with her Miss Jennie Ragland of Lexing ton was visiting at Wm Shrouts on Salt Well and attending tho barn meeting from Saturday until Monday Sims is looking welt mind IR quite n handsome young lady The big meeting that is going on at Mr Kurricks barn on Salt Well is drawing quite a crowdand Bro Tinsley knows how to talk at such meetings as he keeps every one awake for fear of missing something good Bart Cussity who has been work ing at a saw and pinning mill in Clay W Va returned home one hay about two weeks ago to rest up as he was worked down out there When rested up he expects to ro turn there for duty again Sam Stigow one of Mr Nich old force was struck n glancing lick with tt pick along the check hone The pick was let drop off of the top of the trestle that they arc working under but wo dont think it is serious but if it had struck a fair lick he would have been killed sure This was done Monday morning Croker Then and Now Louisville Post July 4thml CHOKEU TilES Interview May There arc ninny abler men in the Democratic party than Bryan Sixteen to one is a dead issue A Democratic President can never b elected on it CUOKKI NOW Interview August tQIJ I regard Mr Bryan as the ablest lender in our party Ho will be re nominated anti will win CUOKElt THEN flu nn Upon Letter January ISiia I believe in expansion I be lieve in holding whatever posses sions we hue gained by annuxa lion purchase or war Arc not our people as powerful as intelligent ansi patriotic as those of Enigiminde have 80000000 people Whymuot give our young men a chanre to develop our newly acquired possession CKOKCR NOW Interview Lust Saturda- yAntiimperialism will boa great ssue against McKinley The United States have existed as a republic They hue prosper ed and grown strong and powerful in every way The attempt to turn the fort of government into that of an em pire must bo thwarted CUOKEK THEN IntervUw Mny 1S99 Sixteen to one is a dead issue Interview Last Monday night The Chicago platform is nil changeIginning to understand the 16 to 1 question I can see no reason fora change now cuoKEn NOW Interview Yesterday Is it true that you will urge tho reaffirmation of the Chicago platform It When I get to Kansas City I will bo in a better position to decide what action I shall take on al important questions he replied TilE EDITORS SOLILOQUY This is tho time of year when the small boy raises n beautiful crop of freck les and stone bruises and lays awake at night wondering where the circuses are when the female cow with the crumpled horn hangs her classic features over the pas ture bars anti bawls nIl day for tier newly weaned offspring when tho hen lays one egg every day because they are cheap and time hired man comes in from time hay fieldand drinks a gallon and n half of but termilk before dinner and the man who owe everybody in town buys a pair of white pants and a new straw hot and goes away to n summer resort to catch fish and monkey with tho upper crustCatletts burg Democrat ENGLANDS GUEAT RESOUKCES An amusing story is going the rounds of some Midland districts with reference to President Kruger A grandson of that amiable olu gentleman is said to have been in communication with Pretoria and received a cable More ships ar riving Are any men left in Man Chester Young Kruger went to Manchester and cabled back Ro grot Manchester still full A second cable came from Pretoria Still more ships arriving What about Leeds The answer was Regret Leeds also full A third cable came Try Newcastle Young Kruger went to Newcastle and there saw the lift go down the shaft of a mine empty bringing up eight men to time surface Rushing off to the telegraph office he cabled Stop the war grandpa England is bringing up men from hell London Black and White td tiLA1thOARE DEALERS INj ii un 25 Easy Paymerts Guaranteed 5 Years GOOD FOR CASH t w AGENTS FOR FIELD FENCE u + B+ Theres no Youll find ererjS to go to the thing and no PARIS Pond EXPO V to fear = =13 14 l Live Iile Races Eree iJ it THE BOYS BAND 35 Fine Lads direct from HungaJy ftally Coticorta33 TIlE WERNTZ FAMILY lIE mEnS6 Aerialists Supreme Theso celebrated families win glvd FREE each day In treat of grand stand O Will Include most gorgeous extensive and attractive array of amuse meat features the best and highest priced artists and the grandest aggregation of Oriental and modem novorty features congregated under cia management YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS IT E W SHANKUN Secretary Lexington Ky rates on all railroads See posters and small band bills Crop 1900 GENERAL CONDITIONS Under this head the State may be divided into two sections thee dividing line running due south from Louisville to the Tennessee line West of this line the almost universal is made of too much rain and u serious damage to wheat and other crops while east of it with few the past month hits been seasonable The estimate of this June 1st threefourths of an average crop There has been loss in the western section antI gain in the eastern section one very nearly offsetting tlie other The esti wale for twentytwo counties from Daviess west was SO per cent of an average crop June 1st which must be reduced to 09 per cent July 1st This is duo to continued rains du ring the month Corn and tobacco have suffered also and condition of both is lowered because of inability of farmers to cultivate ground to keep down the weeds ninth grass In the eastern section with few conditions have been reversed and reports allow im provement in wheat except in n few places whore it was injured by fly The greater part of the lBurley to bacco crop is grown in this part of the State and reports indicate an increased acreage as well as a high average condition The re ports indicate generally healthy condition of live stock and little disease of a nature A herd of cattle in Hickman county is under suspicion of and the attention of the State Board of Health The con dition of tao fruit crop varies ac cording to the from which received On the whole though reports indicate rather poor prospect for apples pears and which may yet reduce the yield As an example of the extreme of damage in the western section we quote from a note sent by the cor in McCracken county The outlook for crops was never so gloomy in this county since I can remember Older heads than mino say tho same Continued rains at times to floods since the fifth of June have reduced the outlook for a general all round crop from the brightest I ever saw to the For four weeks there has been scarcely any never been worked at all though the corn is largo enough to lay by and tobacco nearly large enough to topwith grass and weeds a close tions at the present time The summary of the conditions as shown by the very from the will not answer for any special county but reflects tho condtion in general Reports from different places in the same county often differ widely WHEAT The reports indicate 85 per of an average crop But for improved condition in the port of the State a lower figure j would have resulted CORN Condition is given as 80 and acreage 100 91 and acreage an average nEl The condition is given at compared with average years Handmade U BUGGY WAGON m HARDWAREOF 4- fagoz Injjpienjeijtj a1clFartI Icu Machines DISCOUNT REFRIGERATORS ICECREAM FREEZERSICHINA SILVERWAREAMERICAN teedFAIR 4ifBIAugust I900 151617 18ipoo 30000URSJis Stock PERFORMANCES the J I TIB Acrobats The AJthe ever xIt7- Exlurslon Report complaint exceptions department was exceptions all all contagious contagion willreceive neighborhood respondent amounting gloomiost following fullreports correspondent OAT- SCondition Saddles 80000 In Trotting Pacing Running AttraoUons HUNGARIAN MILITARY Bflxworra UirinW DJAN JJ Kentucky ConditionsJuly oropI percentI anythinglike centj aboutj HARNES- StovESRangGSGraics FAU- LT8MEMBER8 TOBACCO The favorable seasons enabled planters to set the crop early and in the Burley district it is doing well which brings the condition up to 87 for the whole State although much below that figure in the dark district The acreage is 94- PASTCKES iNn MEADOWS 4 Pastures are given at 91 and meadows 82 WOOL The clip of 1899 is 93 of an ar crage mind the average price 22 cents 1 FECIT Apples promised full crop ear If her hilt have fallen badly so that but little above u half crop is to be expected The figures are apple GO peaches 74 pears 63auli grape 86 1 B NAXL Commissioner The famous whisky of famous men h HARPER because of its smooth exquisite flavor because lor its matchless purity because ot Its mel low age No wonder Its the favorite Every drop sterling HARPER WHISKY sold by J W Lane Ow ingsville Ky and Lane 4 Hazel rigg Olympian Springs Ky JAMES ROSSAGENT FOR Home Steam LaUndry MT STERLING KY SATISFACTION GUARANTEED k YOUR PATROXAO3 IS SOLICITED Office OUTLOOK OFFICE for a Good Shave OB FIRSTCLASS HAIRCUT OR SHAMPOO ao TO THIS ShopIn Jncr Co Special attention paid to cleaning and trimming and chil yourhouseROBERT JOHNSON PflLACE BARBER SHOP C P MANN Prop Owingsville Ky onedoorsbalPrazorsyour patronage 43 a THE MOST EXCITING CAMPAIGN IN 39 YEARS IS NOW ON- Everybody must have a t Dally Paper The Campaign- Offer of SiOO From Nitft Nay ISim3ehJ THE LOUiSVILLE tEVENING POST BY MAIL ONLY andImtnrtbl 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