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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 2- 1ie j V Ht tuinoillr i i f = 1 l i j = OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 25 1901 NO 4QA VOL XXI MRSO SESTILLI a tL1 5 Wheu you have a news item or wish to cate with TUB office by phone ring jj Sweet Potatoes at Brother and I Look at Brasher i Brothers line t of Hats and Shoei before you buy T and White Sweet at Brother A drills with or without for L1 tilizer attachment at Brother t Cos J Yon can get any kind of Sweet Potatoes you want at Brother I i The timber runs on the river tides ought to make flush times up I lathe mountains A1TJ Onehalf dozen young foxes Apply to Dr G W Conner Ky T last ThursS N Castlty bought JI day a buggy mareI froa fiawson Jk Conner for f anti Buy your corn planters 3 drills while our stock II Uuy the Front Bank Corn Drill Ilia flmclass In every respect v Jot late by EL k A Gua Mann brought to this office n nigbt heron that he had 11 killed It is a rare bird hereabouts 4I The Stoddiml line of Disc Liar rows and Corn Drills can not be beat For sale by E L k A T J Byron flveyoti ecn rc fcsrlla of French Ginghams Aler NuSd Linen and Silk Waist P U l the Frnaj rl1 h proven to e Jon tbe Hinrkct fcly B L 4 A TByron Pat Alc MaIra ni Me Sterling Payne t of both drizeas d i tStoddardc Front Rank Corn rill win dp better work and out jrear any Drill on the market For sale by E L k A T Bf oai Ed Barnes will move this week in h Main tree t l Vrhielt lie has remodeled making a Jr1 dwelling 4 We carry a linG of eo tot l hoes rake bay orks6t e id 1 drill norequaled by any on the pII kmarket BROTHER is Ct JI TQesday opened cloudy and 4 lit glooffly but the sun finally Lime out bright and warm and folks p to see him I 1 Buy the best Ask your neigh i bor About the Front Rank Corn f Drill None better1 J 4 1 Lwfc beret The peopl that 1 1 hare pictures enlarged will save i b1gaony by getting f f frames lOtfi 4 F E The remains of Wash Good pas tar were brought back from Indian Territory to county 1Jaat weelrfoc burial He was eighty year old- i h Getout of that old rut anda f fara by preparing your ground be t forstyeu put your crop o tBuyL kdipC barrow corn drill and 5 1 tooth cultivator of Bud Brother f f Lpxua Ami PoarsAlI sizes piae chestnut and white oak Call en or address F EUEE Olympia Ii Xy or Xu E SIJCSCKB r r Ky 25tf a Tfee Democratic jury t j tGaraett D Kipley at Frankfort on 0 the charge of in a con upiracyto kill Goebel returned a 4 i rdletof tot guilty last Saturday r The floods fn the Ohio Valley are it tke Bbst damaging ever known j cbaTng so mach later than usual t and so The losses at t1 Plttsbnrg mount up into the milt 1 honeV aeeou want to tell siy 36acre farm 11 r of Stepstonee8tJtlon J 1F C pro lem en lasting water Vk good timber All tobacco land ex J eept about 2 acresV 383tn J1 r 1 nBKEEJG Stepstone Ky f i 4 Fox 1000 acres of 1 pasture Jal1rJ nearpike live mile 4 t m oW an uo grass t feacedand an abundance o si lasting water Boundary divided rlato four Jotlwdl rent entlr t boundary or single lots Sheep 5 z iki partured at 12jo per bead on thI i r 4 KaiBndary Apply to Bole Bun ir Olyapia Ky f f 1j JIIf w rVo t ST ii 1k l 11 j t tp t 1 r17J 1 rJo 411 f 4 1- of1 J tpt s PERSONAL Ed L Byron returned Friday from a business trip to Louisville J B Goodpaater wns in Mt Ster ling ono day last week on business Walter Crooks of Co was here Tuesday on business Nan ic little daughter of Geo A Peed near town has a mild case of measles Mrs J B Goodpaster returned Squire T R Hill nnd Robert L j Sharp of were In town Monday on business Mrs Gorrcll and son Edward of county were in town Saturday on business John S GoodpaBter and Jas C Leach of Judy were in town first of the week on business came her cousin MIFI Loena Mr and Mrs J J Ncsbitt went to Lexington last1 week to visit their daughter Mrs W P Strnder Elmer Swetnam of the Ky School of Medicine Louisville was here Tuesday shaking hands with old friends Georgo A Peed was in Louisville last week having nil eyes treated lIe returned Friday night much improved Mrs W Ray Patterson will spend a week with her parents in Winchester Mr Patterson returned home Monday Charles S Powell of Richmond Prcident of the Tele phone Co came Saturday on busi with the Exchange Mr Powell has but recently return ed from a trip to South Americr and talk of his OflVceuanV thilabonf mail carrier wnsTio to Wake his return tripv Fridny ill the Bethel mail This esse was transferred from Bath to Circuit Court Henry Reed an industrious col ored mun died at 6 oclock Thurs duy morning of consumption bur lIe contracted a deep cold last year while nt work which terminated in is for material and will shortly begin the 0 wings House It ii probable that the Otvingsville Banking Co will make some im provements on their part of the hotel building Mrs Minnie Albert aged 33 years died of lung trouble at her home at Farmers at 7 oclock Monday morning She leaves four chil drentwo boys and two girls She was a daughter of Judge H H Kring who formerly lived in this HERELieut Fred L Wilson of Lexington has been appointed Treasurerot Antique Prov ince Panay Island Lieut Wilson is remembered by many here as being the Captain of Co E 2d RegK S G which company was here during the toll gate troubles in 1897 There will be services at the Christian Church next Sunday at ire ni and 780 p m Morning subject The Great Commission What evening subject The Great Let all attendand enjoy these two services Remember the ease of Thomas not there Taos B iowa Minister GAVK UP His WirxRev J T Rhode of South Portsmouth Ky a Methodist minister married six Mattie M Buckner thirty years ago at Portsmouth 0 Seven children were born to them Some two years ago Mrs Rhoden and John F Turner aged about 25 fell in love with each other and their meetings came to the hus bands knowledge Rev Rhoden was told by his wife that she loved Turner The husband then secured a divorce and the exwife married Turner All was done in a friend ly manner MONTGOMERY PitiMAinrIu the Co Democratic pri mary election Friday only three nominations were contested for C F Thomas defeated Henry Wat son 301 votes for County Attorney the vote for Jailer was Wm Sledd 494 Andrew James 408 J W School it was Mist Mary G Anderson 551 M J Good win 437 L S Barber 220 Anu- Andersons plurality being 114 It is said that the Goebelite for eel were beaten c VV i On next Tuesday evening April 30 Mr John G Roberts of Mt Sterling and Miss Norn Daugherty or will be married at the latter place Mr Roberts ia one of the bestknown young men in this section and is very popular Miss Daugherty has many relatives and friends here nnd is a very charming young lady COMMITTED news item in the dailies says Mary Porter committed suicide in a disor derly house at Knoxville Teon where she was taken by a young man who it is claimed took her from her husband Clarence Stanford who secured a divorce from her Mary was a daughter of Mrs Wm Porter nee Phosba Johnson of Mt Sterling and was partly reared in this town SMALLPOX is smallpox at Morehead and the au thoritles there placed the town un der Our friend George P Jones was there and in company with others slipped out of town Georga came here where the au thorhies notified him that if ho did not leave they would cause Mr At chisons drug store and residence to be Mr Jones cil has under the building of five or six Ore cisterns in different parts of the town It is expected that the necessary Cundwilt be and of on day night in May Orders have been given for 850 feet more fire hose which is believed to bo sulTl cient if cisterns are properly dis tributed to cover the reain por lions of the town in case of years ago this office was t1 noY d by somebody whit hudiaccees to the wails stealing their hu fJ praetlce Cf ed rffltly to lr6tenhng I d thel 1tJntor by Foinebociy handle th mail We r qut every one Bubferiber to receive Tnr OCTMHIK to notify us promptly whetra copy of the paper fails to reach tlieni We arc collecting evidence to mako a complaint to the U S postal au thoHtica to have the stealing stopped It isvery damaging to n r rtliabij itT in business methods to have subscribers deprived of the papers in that wayL- OU1SVILL TOBACCO MARKET By George R Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse 19010n account of the large amount of rejected and soil tobac co being thrown on the market we have had another week of irregular prices There has been very little good to fine leaf on the breaks and prices on these kinds are n tow bids order and have color there is active demand and very light rejections on this kind The market is being cleared of a great deal of damaged and rejected tobacco and I believe when this class of to bacco is thoroughly cleaned out that we will have a more regular market on tobacco of all grades We had 75 hhds upon Fridayand bad but few rejections Market closed the strongest of the week ELDER DAwSON WHITES King City Mo April 20th 1901Dear Editor Howards Mill made some statements in last weeks pa per that I feel we as Americans should repudiate While I dont approve altogether of Mrs Nations plan still I think that a man who believes tbat God will help us bear all burdens should know more about His will God said thou fuol to the man who wanted to eat drink and be merry He said for I judge no woman could have written such an article that Mrs Nation is destroying the most health giving beverage in the world Now the wisdom of the world endorses the opinion of the medical world when it says that all beverages are injurious to the human system Surely there comes up a cry from thousands of care worn wives heartbroken mothers and the ruins of once happy homes against this anything ing beverage And again God says Wino isa mocker strong drink is raging and whoever is de ceived thereby is not wise I en done Howards Mill when be said Be sure you understand a thing before you talk Aweox come homo next week D V but you will please publish this before I return Yours truly E D E C Perry Dentist Over store it VV o J Ai OF WIXTEBS FKEAKIBH RETURN Spring cnme late and then did her duty in a sulky halfhearted BOn of way Up to last Thursday the leaf and flower buds of the fruit trees had in the main only partial Iy unfolded though there was q sprinkling of fully expanded bios soms On Thursday a few flukes of snow fell a sprinkle of rain set in On Friday it rained hard changing to snow On Saturday it snowed hard nil day and froze a little at night On Sunday it snowed all day and again froze a little at night On Monday it snowed and sprinkled rain pretty much nil day Friday Saturday and Sunday were three days worse than any the past winter At times the wind blow and with the driving snow made quite n blizzard Sometimes the snow accumulated on the ground again it melted as fast as it fell and the water stood over the level ground and in the the season it waS one of the most gloomy of weather ex periences It is almost too much to expect that the fruit has es caped Anyhow the blossoms that were fully blown must have been killed by the freezes being so wet The tobacco plnnt beds being pro tccted by canvas and under snow at night probably have fared very well The early vegetable gardens are perhaps not seriously injured though this germinated Feeds of the more tender vegetables may be stunted in their growth PnovEitns or THE Chinaman is not a dullwitted sal mol as ia evidenced by tho follow ing proverbs taken from Dr Giles History of Chinese Literature published by the Appletons It is not the wine which Uluke1 in rar Everyone Rives n ehive to retumbling wall lfSweep the SnoW from your orq doorstop lIe lit rids a igr cnn n I =l lire inrce I Ie rest nt You cant clap hands with one palm S r Draw your bow but dont slfoot Gold is tested by fire manfby who have not tasted tilt bitterest of lifes bitters can never appreciate the sweetest of lifes sweets Money makes a blind mn tee Man is God upon a small scale God Is wan upon a large scale A near neighbor is better than u distant relation Without error there could be noi such thing us truth TEODBLE IK THE is a woman like an umbrella asked the exchange editor Because shes made of ribs and attached to a stick replied tho in formation editdr Why Wrong Guess again Because she always has to be shut up when Naw I You fatigue meIBecause she ettnds in the hull and Naw Its nothing about standing in the hall UA woman is like an umbrella because nobody ever gets the right one Why is off That isnt the InIswer uIt1I a better one than youve got Dont you reckon I know wheth er it is ornot Whose conundrum is oauseit isnt because she fades withage is it You ought to be ashamed of Is it because you put up when its cloudy and threatj ening no that cant be it Because shes a good to have in the house Why Youre not within four counties of you cant find any pock et in either Why is No choice Vote again Vote again 1 wont A woman isnt like an umbrella There is not the slightest resemblance You go on with your work and let me alone I knew you couldnt guess it Its because shes accustomed to reign Then the information editor rose in his wrath and they were only prevented from doing mischief to each other by wholy unexpected work on tho part ofI the labor Tribune 150 PER DAY SALARYA few energetic ladies and gentlemen wanted to canvass Above salary guaranteed Call on or address G M DOWKIMO Boston Sta Pen dlcton Co j DRESS GOODS MILLINERY NOTIONS HOSIERY UMBRELLAS PARASOLS KID CLOVES NECKWEAR BELTSI Everything in ladies wear except shoes Goods sold cheap for cash Give her share of your patronagp i upI Goodpastcrs jPotatoes Goodpasters 1CorD GoodpaiteraI iWired Owingsville clxyearold completeI TByrotiI ETneday UrotherBrnthi kinItndGeW nfarStPpstone projuJnent dieaiastxek Jrcidenceon commodIous wereioightyglad ELLTBvaoir JMJBrpther Iltoarnhshth Montgomery Owingsville triDgCapt implication unexpectedly IrV7Jiilesnonth RtAbout woodlandoldpVue j1ZflVCo Montgomery tiVellinSharpsburg Montgomery r1IissRossI afternoonI Owingsville Reconnected entertainingly Ot- nQtUrther n1j1Thhte aentcncedrtQOn8 chllrgetMontgomery iaslSaturdayatthecooredcemetery consumptionJohn contracting remodeling townKNOWN Philippines CommissionHow teenyearold Montgomery StokelyrSuperintendent everywhere ROUCRTSDAUGBEKTT Fleminpsburg SUIcIDEA ScnuTboro quarantine quarantined left- MouaCisrsuasTheTownCoun consideration appropriated meetingI fir- eSvALINGOUTLOO9SP OuTLipoiwjQn eeslribeu orezebneenti- tled newspapers reputation CoAprill9 agoWhere nondescript goodordered butlifegiv thoroughly BEDr Richarts HASABEAUTIFUI LINE occasionallyand experienced depressions Considering CniNanThP hilUsQlFoBetter OnLiiark1nethingVan 1rhctteryenrgoldThose OFriciWhy 18I eitherI jWell yourselfI isCitBecause promptand editrChicago KentuckYJ RIBBONS Great InducemntsOPFL3RED PRICES TO CASH BUYERS- I have just opened for your inspection one of the most complete and uptodate stocks of the fol lowing goods ever seen here consisting of Mens Youths Boys Clothing Furnishing Hoods Hats Shoes Etc Etc LADIES MISSES CHILDRENS SHOES SLIPPERS A SPECIALTY Come in and look over them before ou buy and I think you will be pleased with style quality and prices at nain Street VTlirlwllL O Owingsville CORRESPONDENCE CONTINUED CROiX FOURTH rAGE Howards Mill I am right in line again South Side Hnwtirda Mill is soon to have bridge fruJohn Barnes had a fino milch cow to die the 10th instVlit A life of pleasure is the most uh ifjiansing lire In the worM jxt1Litt shipped eleven Midi TC irtF McQuithey nJnd son tdnmiiT pent the day with your scribe Sun dayV Ju Jjlnie Creek has been past fading for some two or three days the past aroekVr The largest snow we have had ihiiVyeltr tell the 19th and 20th of this T month aIImoketlespent the day with Mrs G B Oarrettone day last week The average wlfobunter would rather see a girl with a bread pnIher hand than a guitar Mrs Helen Unison and Mrs Oda Ornie were pleasant callers at How ands Mill one day last weekIOwing to the bad weather there were only f9 votes polled at this precinct Friday the primary elec tion dayoMcQuithey Richards black smith shop in doing n thriving bus mess Cheap work is what tho boys want and they sure get itpDo unto others as you wish to be done by them is a good rule But t is this way in this little town Do others or theyll do you Mrs Hannah Wells sold her property consisting of twentyfive acres of landa blacksmith shop store and dwelling to Frank Brown for 1200 Bud Smith is the most absent- sminded man in the world He was ust getting over a tear when he went to a Mt Sterling policeman and told him ho hadnt been home in four or five days and he was looking for himselfzAlfred Richards is the champion fisherman He has caught some two or three hundred this spring that measured three quarters to inch a and halt He says if his luck continues he will do nothing but fish the rest of the summerbWell yes there are only three Republicans in Howards Mill its true You have a very white little town 1 cant say that we Repubtlicuns better or worse any But will say what Democrats t there aro hore are like an egg the p more they are boiled the harder they get Say old friend our noses being dirty is entirely due toeus having to wipo them on Demtocrats handkerchiefs as we can get no other here and the now so called Democrats never do anything that is politically or otherwise clean The only way that you can improve your town politically is to s get some Smithvillians to move in Some people are so crazy when they write for a paper that they wouldnt know their own sock from n maulI sack if they were on a Christmas tree Will you be go odcWe do best Job WorkI I South Side Spring will be here the SOth of AugustDied 20th inst Jess Rothwell of consumption Mud here mud around here mud and snow r fiThethrough layiftgjteavter e g8iThink well of others ifyou would have them think well of you t Say brojhqrdrop dollar into the slot and seaTBEOcTiooic come lout thtt IWyom nK = Fir re sancuuireir ujmany 3a- f i r dre811dcntcrossings Oyinlrty as in days of yore Society JSdlTJd1d Into two pnrte those who t3koapaper and those who tahetbekrieigbbors paper The service trees are in full bloom though covered with snow The services are the best of all berriesThe Lord probably made man first because he was afraid Eve would insist on advising him about making Adlmi Our wedding thermometer is a ood one We predicted another wedding soonind got a bid to attend next TbursdayITHE OUTLOOK is always brim full f interesting news and a worthy guest in many different homes Ev erybody should subscribe for it Uncle Tom Roth well who is- robably the oldse man in the county except Elder Moore is quite poorly He is 90 years of age West End says H you dont let the lion sleep hell roar Judg ing from the noise he made last work he certainly must have been waked upIAn old saying if it rains Easter Sunday it wilt either rain or snow even following Sundays and then rain on forever Lets take notice this time and see The R D club has reorganized and will be called The RazzleDaz le Secret Society It is very inIteresting but we think they should adjourn by 1230 anyway Some daily pipers are printing along article captioned The Garden Spot of America Theres no use so much space boys it can e summed up in three words South Side Kentucky Women will never take much eal interest in politics as long as he campaign comes at the same printingictures ngto be worn the next winter They say McKinley is losing his ye sightgoing blind because of he dust nnd smoke from the in numerable factories that have start ed up since his wave goldstand ard prosperity struck the nation West End came to the conolu ion that he Will spitting his lire nvay nod quit chewing tobacco Consequently he is gaining in weight and eats like n hog He says he would particularly warn all boys who desire physical and muscular as well HS mental energy who want to rise in the world to shun tobacco as a deadly poison 1 FARMERSYou f iJ VULCAN IS THE BEST CHILLED PLOW VULCAN is the strongest and lightest runnlniULCANdoeatbe ViV work easier and does It better Try will OlJr back BRlNLEYlSTHEBESTSTEELPIOW HALLS HILLSIDE ia the best for steep land BELL CENTER IS THE BEST DISC HARROW It has on more s disc than other Harrows and CUtA out that center ridge f 4 My stock of Saddles HarnesH Collars Hame Chains Wagon BreechthgVCheck Lines etc is complete from the cheapest to the best Home- Made Come and see mo and I will save you moneyV EUGENE MENIHAN OWINGSVILLE KY f SAM P ATCHISON rDRUGGIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBAGGOS CIGARSE7T M D F A R ISUCCESSOR TO PAXTON L DENTON VV Undertaker And Dealer In MAS 1JKeltz the 12yearold son of Tea Terrell killed a maddog with a clubwhile it was having a fit un der the bed at his home one day last week It snapped the boy on the hand but fortunately didnt draw any blood South Side will soon have to begin a dogkilling cjutade and canines and lopeared hounds not having the proper brand o tag prominently displayed will violently and suddenl- yAdjIekilling ortbem cant be be any too quick Dogs are VhfcInga burden to this mans town Ob the snow the snow the VeiUiUfql snow says the poet w hR l 4 vuce of beautiful tlt This 19th of April fi will surely bring some of t t9 But what ot this on the l 0 of May lacking one month of being even years ago the people waked upto find the earth covered with snow Perhaps the greatest rainfall of the season was that of last Thursday and Friday which resulted in the largest freshet in two yearsv Friday afternoon it began sleeting and wound up with a teninch enow to say nothing about what had already melted and as a consequence bad weather and worse roads are the order the day and the farmers area ofJ sot of men for last of April come and little woik done and the present outlook with the fromI so saturated with water no can be done for days and weeks to come No one has done any gir dening though at this time in the spring vegetables are usually advanced and all preliminary farm work hue begun Some of our political farmers say all this will cease and the world will jogalong in the same old rut Everybody thought it would only bo a spring shower as in days of yore but Noah knew better And everybody learned to their sorrow that Noah was right Brother read up There is a bigger show under the tent of 1901 than you ever saw Poetesses with gold chains around their necks and spit curls around their ears and a weariness of the silken eye lash which tells of midnight strivings with the ultimate and penultimate and the Umphremagog and the magnttic Agamemnon and gum drops are now pettishly awaiting the advent of gentle springtime when they say go out and pluck the first coy violet that wakens from tho winter dream be neath its coverlet of snow boy bring us some more foolscap Were I a migratory bird My soulenchanting mouth In gladsome song would yet be beard Down in the sunbathed south Up northward 1 would never wing To play the warble game Till Id olHcI l news that spring Had perinansntly came Xo bird can jubilantly jubo With trouble in his tube CHATTER BOX GOOD ion SOMETHING John iS1reedinghorses cattle and all kinds of stock The broom sedge was cut when green and was well cured MrNich ols intended to use it for bedding but when he found that it was eat en by his stork in preference to timothy hay ho used it as a teed If broomsedge will take the place of oats hayetc rarming would ba joy forever in some sections of the country A fellow could just Iuyblllkand laugh nt everyday Larue County Herald Why dont you see Dr Perry about your teeth f 9 rUrnllUreV I W mrxB Wus aasd4VGold Itedal at Cottoa Xxpei4tIeV iNew Crleami 85 j134 mt Worlds Colombian Exposition Chi 98 Gold Medalat 7arIiZxVyoasgraadfathOrOwIQ v Ue Lane Hz lricr O1yiup1arprngsKrMRSCsVM mANN grHAS OPENED A 6 MILLINERY STOVRVVEVV fJtowncall and examine her beautlf al line ai of HATS etc at LOW PRICES 1041pdV JillTRY REfm t j JVSTOPS THEV cX FALL 1ING OUTANDGh Id IT NEW IJobnsonsIn cellarunder0wlngsvUjeBankfng I Co to cleaning and trimming ladies and chil yourhousoit CO RAiLWAY 1 TIMEGAUD EFraCtlTS JULTU 1SU Kzprew Trains to Loalirlll lUlait T1XK er N02 102IS 1andNo54 WK3TBOCS0 1 jioii f iLM icom IJII JQ itDnll7Trains H mod M carry Dining car icrrlng Meats a1acatVfor information legsrainj ratJepIng car reservations call on or addr M Agent Cct O Railway Preston BtaUom MLllENEwSVOFTII- EBLUE GRASS jIIVThe Leading Kiloriobinlic Stfe LL ThL t WOtD LiTAi 4PtwtLitJ 7 POLIflCFUjV llE MORNINGJ IHERALDV 3PVRE4 t ANC1uPTVAddress 1 1e5kQ f3rcekiriij cTOtVit 7 fj s 1 n 4 e O1YIAOSVIIIGOIItIOOK OUTLOOK PDBLISHINO Publisher OWl TGSVlLLEI I3 SES2331 i 1THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING Pun nrtonlsnoTwoowi ib wlCeit He She alert defender trl htV they trod the flowery way up sine steep hill of lICe IAIWIWS they stood togtther n air or stormy weather 1eariig each others burdens 6url g brightIt tender lie the alert defender theVt t Then they came down togethertexW In lair and stormy p t Eomo little quieter perhaps but loving still and true And no hands locked hearts tender ddendtrt the steep tlvugh way beguiling r With rhcor of fans and storyarowhite crowns IEehtooklng upward knew that home n awaited v Two hearts thm truly matedvitHad llvetl and loved Till loyal tried and true they meet be ycmd the blue t2lwIestSBY y HtRR cmLLh uA Copyright 1S39 byju Llppincott Com pany All rights reserved CHAPTER II COXTIMTFP yIilicre jrou have fount an untrodden way lo the heart of Uichard Homers I know CSbe1treyoti none will ever follow you I uJniavNjiot be here to give yon my banstel1 Ito not Know the circumstances a fNx surround you or even if iii winninChi 8 Jt h your symjiathy I am playinsj e V j yJiercvcr you are remember that m g J Ti follows and I would keep guardlShu t tI If I might lb spoke titl TIesnes IInl J13 tOn that dlS i 4antlalarined himself Some 1 t1ike I Toanbllnt fromllis lips I 16J41brealized ho far he hnditu fittIhllmc1fand he iink bad ii hi Ihe Tterc enll 5lC feltShisjIVhat would you haye me answer you She was calm intoJfrothim Jlersitnplf confiding1 action L restored to him lUll calranes j would hare you say at what hour it is you are accustomed to close the r eS Avliioh look down upon without jteeingniine At nine But what is this upon your He Iapela flower beeIWith pretty show of authority she drew it from Its resting place and so Cacti it in her hair Do not flowers belong to the- M britler ijWcar it in memory of me he said to infthose other roses heaIaTcb1oothedr aress was McLi shall not desert you Wait SpeakIngSluoof the rose I shall ting you Jove very much that is if I can find v my guitar Ah here it is Now IllBit here nnd you right therebut I 7 wonder if I canjcver play in the dark tb1 Ja I ii jEIIa uttle light I wont mind how easily YOU forget It is im t It pOKcible Sing as you are I shall not lieu any discord He was astonished f tjher swift change of mood und a h new glad note in her voice She sang low and sweetly with perfect control v pf her tones the Last Hose of Sum mer And then he understood bet t leT For in her voice he read that4 he soul and rpi it impassioned fbaiau dwelt hi the slender frame t veiled bjtile shadows of the room He was silent heartache that liadbeen cruhedout of his manhood fcemed to have revived under the magic of a subtle tone an indescriba ble indefinable echo It was a resur I rection of something that had died I hard within him You do not like my singing she of fctiU disappointed when waiting forb she found him silent and Ithoughtful Yes But a memsl lio to now Make noPtwaC4 VSoret those lines again To me they are inexpressibly beautiful a r Standing in the doorway of her dressingroom she sang the verse 4 through again softly without accom juniraesit waited until she was tisThtoured that lie would not speak VSV haWhenwrapper she paused beside hint puz a zhdiner Ilis change of moodInlam afraid you are 1 lonely she said of I Sleep my child sleep I shall not 1belouely knowing you are therethPerhaps 1 am keeping you keepingVme Wen1 am holding out my lauds in I and saying good night the 551dhi llerJound and pressed his lips upon them lie held them so tightly and trembled so violently she bent down oer him confused One of her curlsm loosened dropped upon lib neck and another across his cheek The mingled p odorsof her hair and the rose filled st- him sItli a strange lntoxicaiunassv l ani korryif I have distressed you t In jny1wayFhcsad you have been kinlcibso kind to me Good nightrHe still held her hands hi t r bowed upOn them his form sllaking SIitiaiitrange emotion Good night floJieJ5atdIlguID1f I do fall asleep S andyou are lonely oh sir you hurt my handa Good night he whispered hoarse- lyI J recovering himself and releasing r Ibeni She crossed the room und he bsCvr fier dimly standing by the bed asfthoogh in doubt And then she i sank softly to her knees and laid her head upon her arms childwise ir prayer lIe arose and stood until h f saw her head liftedwf t JfVtuli he said earnestly will JO- UItiluF610t pray also for me 4t f have prayed Jor you already sbe- J i im10tell me the pra e- rrJI me perhaps when it has 4 beeR answered c i 1 C + He thought then that she hadf alien asleep but after awhile she spoke again questlora t Yes If you wish Dr Brodaar said that you had I never bed bat one ambition in life If tie i 5 4 7 S Ii yand that you had been disappointed What did he mean I once had ambition to ha gnat soldier That is nil Were you ever a soldier Ys an officer in the regular army And now I nm a wanderer A gentleman y tInriiiyj iy heard my defense niullet im resign And the otherwhlt became of Milt JIIIII1iclyituiUllcdmlll Why did you strike him Illestion01t ht repentIwas a woman Ie case the card incident was but a pre t A low iry oscnped the girl Then site said half rising You loved her llowlyhackat least until now I was mistaken tier my pride was wounded He se and paced the room Tell me of tier please Site lived not far from Washington Ii a relative her parents both dead She had some means of her own and frequently came into the where she had friends We met I believed in tier but this oflicier- e between us She thought him h anti I was deserted for him She nngeI to that class of women who eenu wealth the foremost object of life women who go deliberately to men they do not cannot love or even respect mill say in effect Here we have beauty youth freshness for sale Take us dress us give us jewels and fine clothes to wear carriages to ride in give u chance to command the homage of men and all that we have ours Watch for them upon you irC iJhtGoelwhen the vehement has passed nUll see upon their faces the frozen de ir see in the heaviness of their till weight of a death youth and their eyes eternal hopelchMiess ld child he not deceived tore is the only gold that pays a woman n them tluc wretched advertise lute fits of dishonor Let no man coniICt into the holiness of your life until love has sanctified the sacrifice He ceased abruptly and the next instant was kne pelingcried Have I not told you I hold you blameless Suddenly he drawinghisalmost smothered him in a sudden storm Holding him titus site broke s such an agony of grief and tears 1Itlpleuembrace that each effort he made to free himself was defeated When her c strength was exhausted she sank back among the pillows breathless bent above her unnerved How lonely how barren must have n your life that a little kindness an others sorrows should touch you deeply a Lonely Speak of the persecution f the brutality the infamy a lush he whispered No more k me Come you must sleep Rising abruptly he Jeft her side When it m was that she fell asleep he could not a discover but presently he seemed r 0T thankful her deep regular breathing anl 1b sdo the moments The Lstartedke his name but always at sun mlt i J a thRICHARDPLUNGED THROUGH HER ARMS hjs calm reassuring voice sank k again upon her pillow From time to time he went and stood above tier spaange a spell that uneasiness and vague alarm He was it longer lonely In some mysterious y a burden seemed to be slipping away from him and in its place came sense of companionship sweet and comforting Most men discount mar ried life in their dreams nnd few ever realize the fullness of those dreams t with him it hat been different is strange experience preceded the dreams Without a days warning he been plunged into the privacy ofu young and modest womans life had come the guardian of her honor and u measure of tier future and irL5S mysterious war the dhiue her soul lund issued forth and en oped him In the chiaroscuro of e still room he could just determine the outlines of her bed and upon its whiteness the outlines ofher slender fig ptureforthatni the finest tribute fver paid to his manhood A glad quick pulse leaped from his heart as he realized this truth anti the words of the girls other so artlessly repeated came back to him Then in the desert of his life n ranger came before his tent mdm ked for shelter He bade him enter Why should not this scene be sede and real and lasting Would it be ossible Would the girl some day accept it as such yielding still the trust and tenderness she had brought to the counterfeit Was she trusting Brodnar Or was she trusting him The trust was in him lie felt it in stinctively and her little white hand seemed to steal forth to his again her arms to enfold him What a child she was And yet and et An irresistible impulse seized him io be near her to touch her hand her hair and to pass within the electric radius of her presence again iT but for a moment He was her guardian hether she slept or awoke A strange curiosity to be neaintosleeping girl to enter her life and absorb the sweetness of ts innocence possessed him She would not know she would never know perhaps and hshould be not snatch from fate this one brief moment of happiness A doubt as sailed him and brought hesitation but with an impatient gesture he- ouldthrew aside the hesitation He w not let even himself doubt himself And so be came ned stood above the sleeper and presently entrancedsere kneeled and saw her Vr J Jrrf Pt y I I 7 Pgirlhim upon the pillow and one hand Iny qllidldidlircuit lie He watched her smuta trenmr shook him from heml to rot and a never before oxperieiued cm lIefusionively he lenned above her hand nnd Itmclifil it with his 1115V lightly rev rrently Site sigliidauth p ko his name and overwhelmed with Midden LCslitLight light And then broken ly Oh sir fur the first tiimuel am deimices trbauuthcushyyou lhSeeiugarose and went to IsIs chair ifOfltImekneelingt thiersI shall grbigOh sir kits me now my hands ni chiiphieitlymore I Child child you do not know what 24withChild Xo woman You do noi understand it is you who are thr child Listen I was not asleep whei f twaceI t theheYou should isotwoft was an and I thanked o AlryitsicturePelfl5imigtimlsoh will you will you bay t ha Iau wish to s misvishime taiforevero heifaftlintromisesIbugiaOhto me in nil the lonely days to come the ness thethattI fIthusbands honor You promised to IMysvejFrauscesm beyFrances my wife A passionate Iascry Jill8Y worn whyromon svhnewhencanlisytltehe deplomiseLook nil hat would weep tears of joy to see you will be closed while the match IE memorythevon take minfvj anJ U It wroifhjovIsf Richard Sonuers1 She struck the match mill held iIhitabove his lifted faef advancing hit own and gazing eagerly upon him as Ah again Iy husband ranti husband she remunnured It is the face of an angel The match grew short and the fatal red spark was showing in the flame when there came in flash of light in the window across the room the quick sharp report of a pistol rang out und Richard SoniersI reeling plunged through sou face down upon the floor The awful silence that followed the tragedy was broken at length by the faint whisper of the dazed and half unconscious girl Speak she said kneeling over e prostrate form whywhat is the matter wihat has happened Her hands found his head and passed ca rapidly over it You do not unsure me She drew slowly bock from him chilled with a great and un eakable horror Her hands were wet Su and slippery Instinctively she knew nt was blood She could not rise nor cry out her heart seemed paralyzed her throat in the clutch of an invisible hand The door opened silently and the doctors low voice was heard is Somers Somers the tiny is almost breaking There was no response He spoke again Then the two figures became dimly visible What has hap pened he whispered bending above them He too felt the telltale blood pon his lingers as ho touched the prostrate man and rising hastily struck a match Somcrs lay senseless before him the young woman kneel ing by his side staring speechlessly upon her bloody hands His quick glance swept the room and rested fi upon her The match fell to the floor and went out leaving the scene to blacker darkness s Remorse he said in a whisper and was still Rallying his facnltiei at length Dr Brodnar hurriedly lit t the gas and with his stern features c flontracteda lIndtemple from which the dark blood wet still oozing He has shot himself he saul A tomentwavering in his tracks Suddenly t beil vnormityflashed upon him and stupor gave ucP33T to intelligent action Seizing a towel h Yeher into a chair Stay there he said and on your life do not cry out or leave the room before I return Do you understand Yes she said simply and fixed her gaze upon the window He bound the t theowelwounded man lifted him in his arms as if he were a child and passed out into the night A few moments later the rush of wheels was heard ujiont the street Some patient of the doctors is worse said a policeman upon a corner two squares away as the flying ve bide passed himTo Continued Distinction An eccentric and grandiloquent old Englishman was always ready with an answer when his longsuffering wife begged permission to mend holes and otherwise repair the ravages which time made upon his garments A hole madam he would say with haughty decision is but the accident of a day A darn on the contrary is pre medit ed povertyYoutbs Companion Vl- rh kj i oJ ilE ONE ABOVE ALL Dr Talmage Sounds Praises of ii Worlds Redeemer Piiln llcforp r the PortrnllH of fiMiio of Ills frent Dlnolplrn unit litinciitIIiq ilorlrn or iicnvcu oyrigliI ly LuIs Jilopsch N Y j In this diseourse Dr Talmage sounds the praises of the worlds Itc cmner and puts before us the ails of sonic of His great PI1C iin d exponents text lidin 3 31 II at cometh from above is above all The illS I ennspicllllllS elitruetcr IIf hisIt1r out upon the platform e linger whieh diamonded with ht pointed down to Him from the rotlilfhem skywas only a ratification the iuger of prophecy the linger of genealogy the finger of chronology linger rIlIlsall the fingers lug in one direction Christ is e overtopping figure of all time He the vox lisi tim in all music t ICliii teefusitst lute in all sculpture the st exquisite mingling of Iihls ind 5shi Rihatlesiints the dome of all ri tindrilled antlenr and the peroration of all splendid language The Creek alphabet is made up of letters and when Christ compared uiseif to the first letter antI the last letter the alpha and the omega II appropriated to Himself all the splen dors that you can spell out with those o letters and all the letters between am the alpha and the omega beginning and the onil till first the last or if you prefer the rds of the text above all It means after you have piled up nil pine nail Himalayan altitudes the preallitsgues to touch those summits ioiu a high mountain of Thessaly a a high mountain antI Olympus high mountain but mythology tells when the giants warred against the go ds they piled up these three moun ns and from tile top of them pro pOSt to scale the heavens but the ght was not great enough and re was a complete failure And er all the giants Isaiah and Patti lilmetic nud apostolic giants phmaci and Michael Angelo artistic uregooliamsgel llIrytheX of the text and say He that cometh above is above allC1jrsj Christ must hale all else mllnbooksthrough the world that nil laymen as 11theirhutichthe pardon of all sin and the cor rec pol Inuriticalwe should ring the endless changes a few phrases Then mire those o think that if an exhortation or discourse have frequent mention oft ifitn t iOll snnctiliciitioii covenant Ftufte works anil covenant of grace that the- refir it must be profoundly crams on lifeiscourseth but under different phrase llogy Nosy I say there is nothing in h the opulent realm of AngloSaxJ oiiism or nil till word fh i M JlGreekI rit su It Ih umrm sis the cxnllllllcHis illustrations wn from t he grass louvers the 1iit tie till shire tb barnyard fowl lilt crystals of salt well as from the semis and the stars he we do not propose in our Sunday school teaching and in our pulpit ad dress to be put on the limitsiibsI know that there is n great deal said our day against words as though they were nothing They may5u misused power thiIlmeyamsi stylWo wr lighrdsMo did ImitChristillumination of the universe Out of words Let lig yahtbu brotwi my lunfniemmiis tryoryneed is to enlarge our vocabulary svl nn mulldfew old words to death when thei reaii Sh tileakespeareent words for dramatic purposes Mil ton employed 8000 different words for poetic purposes Kufus Choate employed over l1OO different wor lstofor legal purposes hut the most o us have less than 1000 ea lomni thakesWhen we come to set forth the love cu of Christ we are to te lrntlerestprndin that direction before mill the more shall we use it When we come to of the Ior of Christ the con q hutucrorsi gauusiles thornpendous Time French navy have IS ags by which they give rignal but io IS flags theyenht put into GGOOO different combinations And I have to tell 011 that these standards of a l ifieiOns infinite and varieties everlast faugIio are muter awhile going to preach etts Christ you will have the lurg est libertyutmtl unlimited resource ou only have to present Christ inIyour own way Jonathan Edwards preached Christ in the severest argument ever penned and John Itunyan preached Christ inI the sublimest allegory ever composed Edward Puyson sick and exhausted leaned up against the side of the pul pit amid wept out his discourse while George Yhitcfield with the manner antI the voicV and thus start of an ac tlorwould havebcen a different thing if Jonathan Edwards had tried to write landress to the celestial cltor Tohn Buu yan hind attempted an essay on the human wil- lBrighter than the light fresher than the fountains deeper than the seas are these Gospel themes Song has no melody flowers have no sweet ness sunset sky has no color com pared with these glorious themes These harvests of grace spring tip quicker than we can sickle them Kindling pulpits with their fire and producing revolutions with their power lighting up dying beds witn their glory they arc the sweetest J s r Ia thought for jhe poet and they are tIn most thrilling illustration for the orator and they offer the inojt in temir tense Hcenc for the artist arid they en dretdirest guilt Sweetest comfort for ghastliest iigony Brightest hope for grimmest death JrahMest resurrec lion for darkest sepulcher Oh what OerallInmiracles Ills parables His sweat His tears Ills blood Ills atonement lIis- ililerctssiouwlmt glorious themes ob lasjetJesus have we n fondness for Icfor ofitIt is because Jesus went ahead the lii itsfithtIUlltIt on but this robe of Christ richer than that the poorest and the wan mie IV titulieremuch more nhound faitliitlitrsins The fact is that the brawny German student hail found a Latin le tlilit had made him quake and nothing else ever did make him quake antI when he found how through Christ he was pardoned and sled he wrote to n friend saying aw C lyful5iou You seem to be only u slender I sinner and you dont much extol the mercy of God hut we who have been such very awful sinners praise Jibgrtcc the more Stow that we Inure been redeemed Can it be that you are so desperately egotistical that slliritnalthe skyhiairsea rlcss and immaculate What you n need is a looking glass and here it is in the Bible Poor nnd wretched niu wholfrom the crown of the head to the sole of the foot full of wounds and putrefying sores Xo health in us And then take tInt fnct that Christ gathered up till the notes against us and paid them and then offered us the receipt And lion much we need huts in our sorrows Wo are independent of cir TaltWhJohnfromthe apocalyptic trumpets After all other caudles have been snuffed all out this is the light that gets briglmibustami brighter unto the and miller under the hard hoofs of tnioly dell mire at the foot of the eternal rock the Christian from cups of granite lily rimmed anti vine gazisgain I remark that Christ is above all in dying alleviations Ithey morbillil for emperor Constantinople arrangedCouthat on the da of his Stlistillmeflma5oiuwith him about his ilocirhemrethe subject of departure from this say by death and the more thev Ills IsIr PlactliyofMc1il tort i ic iih4 Mai wtJ IlrrildrJ llrtt n c tI n the mililiir r and anon should 1I ie SverhitihtIemperor and conqueror Of all the lit states he conquered of all tIme wealth accumulated nothing did he re tain but this shroud I have no euli sympathy with such behavior or suchm uirtl demonstration or with much voic that we hear uttered in regard tocho departure from thus life to the ntxtec There is a commonscnsical idea onofs subject that you nail I need to sider that there arc only two Itheles of tlclmartturetothousand feet underground by j t of torch toiling in a miners rt u ledge of rock may fall upon Isis and we may die a miners death r out at sea falling from the slipper ratlines and broken on time hal rds we may die a sailors death ynnkturaging fevers we amy die n phi tluropistm death On the field o fsaiserving our God and our coins lo slugs through the heart the gun c may roll over us and we let may the a patriots death Butt after there are only two styles of de rtttre the death of the righteous ti of the wicked anti we all want to thus former grant that when that hour comes you may be nt home You want the hand of your kindred in hand You want your children surround you You want the light on your GiP1ll055ng reflected your love You want e room still You do not want any tiriouswatdlillg y5ti You want our kit et from afar to hear your lam itauayer I think that is tIme wish of all ly jufrietudsof potmnmunte Can human hands pilot tis litlIeaeniemmtlshiip sliiehul uus from the army15 of death and in the hour when Satan j hall practice upon us his intern mitab carcherythat is all Better die in the w ittmi derness far from tree shadow allllt r from fountain alone vultures circling through the nil waiting for our hotly unknown to men and toahave no burial if only Christ would through the solitudes I will never leave tImer I will never forsakeIi thee From that pillow of ladder would soar heavenward a flwgels coming and going and across the solitude nnd the barrenness svot ihiecome the sweet notes of heavenly mitistrelsyaGordon Hall far from home dying in the door of a heathens temple sallid Glory to Thee 0 God ying Wilberforce say to his wife Come and sit beside me and let us wbnt1ImppillssWhat did dying Hannah More sayITo go to Heaven think what th tata is To go to Christ who died that I live Oh glorious grave Oh ItOhChrist What did Mr Toplady the c great hymnmaker say in his last hour Who can measure the depth of the third Heaven Oh the sun Ishinebe gone for surety no one can live here after such glories as God has manifested to my soul What did the dying Janeway say a f t t a I can as wsIy die an close t3 at or turn my heath in sleep Ifcfofe a few hours have passed I shall stand on Mount Zion with the one hun il mint fortyfour thousand mind the just men made perfect and we shall ami trdTlYlorIon his way thither broke away from the guardsmen and went hounding and leaping anil jumping toward the fire glad to go to Jesus and to elk for Him Sir Charles Hare in lib t moment had such rapturous vi n that he cried Upward upward upward Atltl so great Sync time ononewelilawrist and counted it anti observed halting beats until his life hod eel here to begin ill Heaven But grander than that was the testimony of the wornoiit missionary when the Mtttnnrtine am Loonowof my departure Is at hand T e fought the good fight I have fini tijehme a crown of righteousness whi tril Judgelme only but to all them that Into Chr HU Histtions Toward time last hour of our earth residence we are speeding When see the spring blossom scattered s oy Another season gone for ever When I close the Bible on Sabbath night I sny Another Stub bath departed When I bury a friend 1 say Another earthly at traction gone forever What nimble feet the years have The roebucks and the lightnings run not so fast From decade to decade from sky to they go at a bound There in place for us whether marked or not where you uul I will sleep the last sleep and the men are now living will with solemn tread carry us to our resting place Brighter tlitii n banqueting hall throughwhich the light feet of the dancers go up and down to the sound of trumpeters will be tim sepulcher through whose rifts the holy light of Heaven nnuethi God will watch you lIe will send Ills angels to guard your slumbering ground untilat Christs behest they shall roll away the stone So also Christ is above nil in Heaven The Bible distinctly says that Christ is ascriptiontime palms waved before his face lte crowus down at his feet Cheru to cherubim seraphim to seraphim redeemed spiiit to redeemed spirit shall recite the Saviours earth sacrifice Stand on some hill of Heaven and roitsglorious object will be Jesus hTilds uig first afterward brllIkillgforth into acclamation The martyrs all purer for the flame through which passed will say This is Jesus whom we died The apostles all happier for the ship wreck and the irgilig through whlh thl went wisayuelieh at Lymitalhilsarms and blessed us anti when the storms of tins world were too cold anti brought us into this beautiful e The multitudes of the bereft say This is the Jeshs who com J eti us when our rum mytflijiadw0eImt will sa tvsV pardoned its Ve11 IseJ uIc he neThlrtsmade us white as snow Mercy oundless grace unparalleled Ant hen after each one has rchtt his Jle mir deliverances anti peculiar haesrus which shall make time arches re Io with the eternal reverberation a gladness and pence and triumph Edward I was so anxious to go to Holy Land that when he was about atexisirelave his heart after his decease taken mil deposited in the Holy Land anti request was complied with hutIahere are hundreds today licarts are already in the holy land of Heaven Where your treasures are there are your hearts also JohnBnn of whom I spoke at the opening the discourse caught a glimpse of that place aud in his quaint way he d And I heard in my dream and the bells of the city rang again for soy ant as they opened the gates to in the men I looked inafter them and lo the city shone like time sun and there were streets of gold and men walked on them harps in their hands to sing praises with oil anti after that they shut up the gates which when I had seen 1 wished my self among them MRS JOHN A LOGAN EXPLAINS ve Reasons for Grouping of Sen ton on Monument to Her Slug bRad at Wanhlnston Mrs John A Joan was shown the different criticisms which have been ntie regarding the figures on the hasJustl was first put up the fact was iiite out that the senators repre uted in the group were not ah in the senate at the same time or at ast were not there when Logan took e oath These criticisms have been repeated since the dedication of the monument and hare caused consider le mortification to MrsJogan be use it was made to appear that sIte them willfully or ignorantly had at tempted to falsify the history of the senate In explanation she said It was not intended to represent ny particular session of the senate hut rather Gen Logans associates in the senate during his 16 years of serIin that hotly It affects the rectness of history in no way as he as a senator while Vice President Ar thur presided anti he srvcdwith ach of time senators in time basreliefISenator Miller was a n eye at Ferryville hence his selec tion Each had won distinction in the United States senate and nil are worthy of time places given them I cannot SIC that violence has been done anyone or that the criticism is of any importance I think the sue cess of the sculptor in the execution f the design suggested to him by me imd the fact that there is one great statue at the capital of the nation that fittingly illustrates the unique charac er of Gen Logan as soldier ant states should silence such petty criti ismn Downright hard WorSe I may as well tell you doctor that am engageduuitd I have been sitting up late nights That ought not to affect you Its pleasure isnt it Xb 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at say price Best In the sotia for men m rll more meu mine nbon OooJrar VeltllnmlSr vetl 1roccwO thai anyathn m ntifMr tarcrlnthemirlU InrUlpavSlOOOluaiiyoBenrhvcaa itrvve tlutt ray imeoivnl i not true iNlenrUI W Itnnctn Take nonbtttntr Insist on b TlnWLI ouKa hOM with name and price on bottom Yourdrajertbould keep item I pie one dealer exclusive In SaCS town be does keep them and wflt not et 5cm ir order fmoni factory uttStflC price ant eltra for CirTISSO Over 1000oMsatisa l wearers SpriCratslog lTee rut Wor EjileU MJ Mcluit MW Demand for the recently tie u not a She lie What talk to 250 yew kin ter that to hum of a W for end try has ON Pass how 8100 mid oI 14iI rd j r I 1 j STORMS H AND FLOODS Much Damage Wrought to Pitts i burgh Property f Many Iloimm nt Wheelnjr HrldKe- Iiort and Heiitvood tre- PDUIIICnIe Flooded t b of tin FJunt iu 5 c1SOS Expected nt lu merit 1 Pittsburgh PnM April 22PUts buruli mill Jtfleghenynrt slowly enierginjj frqm the murky hood At 8th rivers were receding nenr ly a foot an hour TIll highest point reached nt Davis Island Thin was 25S feet at 3 n m which means 23 feet nt the junction of the Allegheny and Monont abcla rivers The water re q mained stationary until about 3 p m when it began to fall Conservatiie restimate of the total damage in this r tlistrict is betwren 2000000 and 3 boooo Fifty tionnnd workers arc suffering from enforced idleness aa- a rosnlt of the Hood fJt While there has been greater floods nt this point there never was ono that caused to much financial loss and t discomfort At Carnegieboro sir miles from PitTsburgh the loss Is estimated nt 1L 400007 Hie Westinghouso Electric Co had two carloads of finished ma terial for Toronto Can on the tracks caujhtJtVur The loss may reach 5000 The 1ittsbiirgh baseball jmrk is in hail condition At noon Sunday the first three tiers of chairs in the grand itand were under wnter awl thn Idcaders were floating all over the Vliainond It will take a week to put t the grounds in shape Wheeling W Viu April 22At 3 ipin thrinr wns 41 feet 4 inchci rising two inches an hour Tha top notch is expected in an hour ot two with less than 42 This staga 5liuts Wheeling entirely out of out hide communication by rail and only the big Cincinnati liners are able to rita now milt irate residents along fnquellUydtS S them is washing the foundations away from their houses Sunday night n Wheeling island man fire l at the packet Keystone and nt a passing towboat without effect In Wheeling ISeHaire Bridgeport Ilemvood nnd Martins Kerry about 500 houses have been entered by the J water most of the families moving lo upper floors Nearly every manu Inclining establishment in the Wheel y 3 ing district is shut down ami can not c resume until Tuesday Taking the loss of business rail 4 road landslides and industrial losses the aggregate cost of the flood iu this district is at least 100000 prob r al huntington W Ara April 2tit i ocloclt Sunday evening the rain and now which has been falling for 7S 0 lJjil The Ohio has passed 4 tlaug iIlne JO feet and is still- rising 39 inches an hour ivith Guy a z44itte lUg Sandy Tug and Twelve 1 rapidly at all points harleKfoii W Yn April 2t 7 o Jok the Kuiiawha here was 3fi feet fotu1hjhstationary Falling rt tr Jb 1111 fell 4 001 II IXI 1Rlk nount3ins pre r 1 ntftta hIg l lm IlanmLmmn n II Jdofld Elk and severa n Jics were tTsfirivel quV t tnllQ April 22 The river pnuge d 52 feet 5 inches at- ea oclack SflBday evening and the water itirlTryn at the rate of five inches The Kanawha and incJiiga BBdOhio Ujver railroads have nn nl1itheir trains The 4 ti blocking VRlloj tracks are still abov jvater and trains are running on that line Xo serious damage is feared + in the city us it is on higher ground ASPomeroy 0 April 22lUrcr 51 St l feet and rising 3 inches an hour War ter a food deep in buildings on river- frontl Snowing hard all day ISesi dents generally moved to high round Business men generally pre i la rcd for ten feet more Consider sJ t hble loss will be sustained by salt- and lumber men Business suspend vtf Hailroad connections broken Xo mails Xo loss of life as yet A du plicate of flood of three years ngo expected If no worse Pomeroy will t comi outof her triennial bath smil ing Portsmouth 0 April 22 River 4 j reached a stage of 49 feet h re at 7 oclock lose steadily 34 inches an jumpedrto the present Rained nnd snowed ialternately all day and raining now out lieavj llxpect 53 feet here and the city is protected to that stage by dikes Above that j over null the town including many r tbusiness houses will be under water So far little damage was done aside Sf movingHundredswere forced out Sunday amid Satur S II day Anights Great uneasiness is folt f many Seining a repetition of the dis astrous 1PS4 flood- Ei XarieKville 0 April 2SnoV tuhich has been falling three dayi turned to rain Sunday night making- situation worse instead of bet k11Ltei Only one wire out of town work Jfum and local wire service of all c I paralyzedtEany buildings were crushed or damaged by weight t Qfbnov wliicb would be over three meltItiny and word from headwaters indi f1calesa disastrous flood as the snow a5goes out The Baltimore and Ohio z i passenger trains duo here at noon t Saturday vent through Sunday night SI Opening Up Xnvlentlon J lro pril22The work of cat 1Wflag the floating vegetable matter tmtjI that forms in the river Xile and ob ir structs navigation has been so sue r cesKful that navigation will shortly r Ihi e practicable from IJejaf to Omdur man a distance of 1200 miles Will Adopt the Electric SJttm- y rb London April 22The Daily Mall s saysit understands that tIle man t gen of the Metropolitan Districts raihiyhnte lledded to adopt the electric traction system used by sur face lines in New York city ii Bank Official Suicide4 p Vancouver Wash April 22Chas roa1dFL Canby president and I c t naflooI1Lbd to suspend Saturday couu It miffed suicide Saturday night two 1 milelf from T cre and their bodiej 4 a nre fonrid Stindav morning jp Ian Trooi lit SIoIClon Mexico Cily April 52 A detnch- meiii4j of iixican troops representingt klf brancLwt of the service will start for the Unffalo PanAmeriran expo foot StIou May 5 fi iJ g 1 1 1 S IJP I qSar t1 + ii UJ i ibt t FQl h J1- b lr tpa d 1 b z 5i 41a b l t 0t J 4w I t q REMARKABLE OPERATION riiroe StllrlirH Tnkeii In the Heart of Ililllii itiiin SI lntiiM anil lie Jlny HreuvtT St Louis April 22lr II L Xic ten superintendent of the city hos pital has just performed one of the most remarkable operations ever re corded in the annals of surgery It consisted of taking three stitches in the heart of Philip itinn who lund been stabbed in a valuon brawl The point of the knife blade lund entered the right ventricle and had pierced to the cavity of the heart Luckily the knife had entered the hear ob liquely and the result was that the opening between the eavity mill the pereanlinm of the heart was lip shaped on both sides The wound net tdas n valve and at each pulsation of the blood through the heart but a small iiiantity escaped through the artificial opening Tlie task of stitch ing this unusual wound was a very dillicult one Dr Xietnrt first re tooted a section of time breast bone exposing the pericardium TIlt mo thin of the heart can not lie repress ed and Dr Nietart was forced to mako the stitches while the organ was shifting alxuit It required three sutures to effectually close the gap This del kate operation finished the pericar dium was sewed together The per tion of the breast bone removed could not be replaced and the operation was concluded by stitching to gether the skin and the outer tissues which cover the chest flaunt is still alive and as he has a strong constitution the physicians predict his recovery RIPLEY NOT GUILTY Ilif Jury iiiHI tl Him of flinro of f ii iirlliK In A snlmnIe Sfinilor Wllllnni tiorliol Frankfort Ky April 2Afft1 two hours consideration of the case the jurors having in their hands the fate of Capt Garnett Kipley return ed into court a verdict of SNot guilty as charged in the indictment The verdict came nt 1135 oclock and was not a surprise to the defendant or his counsel The defendant was the first to reach the jury box when the ver diet hail hen real He grasped the hand of Juror McICwan and exclaimed Your verdict was n true ont I thank yon The defendant was im mediately surrounded by friends and Ky April 22Capt Oarnett D Kijdey acquitted at Frank fort Saturday of the charge of cum plicity in tIlt killing of William be bel announced Sunday night that he will leaxc Thursday for a visit ofsix weeks to Spanish Honduras He spent the night lucre with friends THRILLING INCIDENT t Boy Sn nl Ini ciure r Train From Colnu Full Speed Into u LnIt Pittsburgh Pa April 2one of the thrilling incidents connected with the Hoods prevailing in this state was the hairbreadth escape from destruction of n Pennsylvania railroad limited train westbound near Tyrone Sunday A boy riding frantically nt the side of the track rMlv waJnZ his cap gave a warn thetrainII wnrnh1Jtilting off the cowcatcher on time engine and a Pullman was so badly dam aged that it had to be taken out of the train Xone of the passengers were hurt LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE An Atlniitn Man linn Perfected I- IStm Kxteiiillnc 1000 Mile llcjoml rent Limit Atlanta Oa April 22i M Ther rell of this city claims to have sue ceeded in perfecting a system by which telephonic long distance limits are extended 1000 mils beyond pres eat conversational limits that is from 1350 to 2300 miles During re cent tests of this apparatus conver sations were satisfactorily carried on over one circuit between Atlanta and Troy N Y made up in a roundabout way and with 13 miles of cable in The circuit Time Rig Gun Snvcl Dover Kug April 22TIme naval authorities lucre have succeeded in saving the 28ton gun which while being landed Saturday from a got ernment vessel for the new Dover fort crashed muzzle down through the deck and bottom of the ship owing to the snapping of time derrick chain IlulKitrln lop Murdered Constantinople April 22Consular dispatches from Monastir Macedonia report the murder April 2 of the Bulgarian Pope Partherius at the Pop litcha convent near Domirnissar sup posedly by members of the Macedonian committee who had suspected him of espionage in behalf of Turk ish authorities Two Illlloii to Clinrlty New York April 2Joti F Gol denberg head of Goldcnl erg Bros Ii Co larfe importers of this city drop peil dead from heart disease He was worth over 2000000 wjifr no rela tires He left a will giving the bulk of hisestate to charity toe Trust Humor St Louis April 22A huge tov trust is nearly completed taking in all the large stove manufactnrin concerns of the United States Time present deal seems to have been en gineered from Detroit Illnlorlc Kdlflee Hunted ICiiio Xev April 2Tllt hotel and bath houses at the historic SteuinlHiat Springs which in the palmy days of the Coutstoclt mines was a watering place where fortunes were squandered in a night have been destroyed by fire Street llnllwny Convention New York April 22 Preparations for the twentieth annual convention of the American Street Kail way association which is to be held in Mad ison Square garden on October J 10 nnd 11 next are nearly completed Three Horned to Death nilesburg N D April 22 Mrs Hannah K Joren widow unit her two boys aged 0 and 10 burned to mlclb- in their home The womans body was almost fleshless when she was found clasping the younger boy 5n her arms Two nillloii Invested Washington April 22in testifying before the industrial commission lac M Anderson wild 150000 men were employed within a radius of 60 mlleS jf Iiitfburph and 2000010000 in reeled in industrial plants i t d r1J1 JY Jn Kentucky Pick= Ups HE WAS INSANE wfnl Death Suimlit by u Ioxlnutnn Mini Who Killed Illmnclf- Wllh n Iliiznr Lexington Ky April 22 Harry Mclongalt tiged 3f of the firma f Cunningham MeDougall decorat ars committed suicide in his room it tnt South Upper slreVt shortly bo Tore noon Sunday MeDougall was tIme son of J McOoiigall n i ros croiis farmer lit ing near Maysville lie married Miss Annie Darnall of Maysvillo Ior years lie had been in extremely bul health Ho was compcllii nVont two months ago to quit his business on this account During the past week his friends spoke of the de thronement of his reason Sunday morning he was unusually bright and cheerful so nuteli so that his wife listened to his entreaties Hid went to church After she hail one he wrote n letter telling her of iis lousiness affairs begging her to fprgive him and eoncluding with a prayer to God for protection to his wife mill son and for merry on hid soul lie shaved himself denim cut his throat from ear to ear laid the razor on the mantelpiece laid down upon the floor folded his hands icroKs his breast and bled to death Mrs McDougall on her return from church found the door locked With the assistance of one of time roomers in the house she forced it apen The sight which met her gaze luis completely prostrated her FLOOD AT LOUISVILLE Uiacr Mmm Sn the CHI ttIli tho Five Veil Above tin Ilnnner liiie Il Turi iln Melil Louisville Ky April 22River men say that hit Tuesday night the Ohio will be five feet above the danger line nt Louisville Xo great damage is feared however even if this mark should be reached SomalI houses on the eastern water front of time city will prolsibly the case in Shipping Port on the west front The latter is the oldest part of time city and contains generally very small houses- It is thought no industries will bo hampered by high water A Kentucky Girl Cliiileo London April 22 Societys interest centers in the marriage of Miss Amy Moorehcad Walker of Chicago laughter of time late S 1 Walker of Frankfort Ky to Mr Malcolm Mon creilTc n brother of Sir Robert Mon creilTe baronet nail of the ductless of Athol and Icorgiaua countess of Dudley which occurs nt St raids chnreh Knights Bridge Tuesday Miss Helen Jones of Chicago will bo the maid of honor No Clue to the Murderer La Orange Ky April 2Dick Williams of Pewee Valley WitS found near the IA X station with his skull fractured and a bloody shovel handle lying beside him He died without regaining consciousness Saturday night he haul considerable mon ey Xo clue to time murderer Srnllllni With n 1iitol- Ouensboro Ky April 2Unring a quarrel with his wife Sunday John Matthls grabbed It 44caliler revel ver und attempted to kill himself The wife caught and in tlie struggle it jrocrarjrlr wounding Mattluis- Flileul Him With Shot Harrodsburg Ky April 22Mrs Howard Von Arsdall a farmers wife fired both barrels of n shotgun into a strange Negro who ransacked her house Sunday but he got away with clothing and money Xcw Minister Inxtnllcil Lexington Ky April 22nt IV Muller of Louisville was installed pastor of the First Presbyterian church Sunday to succeed Dr Dart lett- Dnrkrd Into Each Other Lexington Ky April 22Two freight tniins backed into each other in the Cand O yards Sunday The damage was about 3000 Xo one injured Fatal Dose of Morphine Paducah Ky April 22 Justice J II Little one of this citys oldest residents took eight ounces of morphine Sunday He lund lund neuralgia and will die Wife Fell Dead Lexingtoq Ky April 23rnPeter 7 Kane left her buniat mid night to ndmit her husband to thtir home on North Limestone street and fell dead nt his feet Quarreled With llnahniul Jackson Ky April 22 Minnie Spears aged 20 wife of James Spears committed suicide by taking mor phine A quarrel with her husband is assigned as time reason Merclmiit AulKiin Cnrrollton Ky April 22 Kobert Ellis general merchant of Saunders Ky made an assignment to Gus F Sephenfcld of thicity Assets about 3000 liabilities unknown A LretnrrrH Loss Lpxingfon Ky April 22The home of George W Itain the tcmfFcrancj lecturer was destroyed by fire Sun day afternoon Loss 5000 n tti tli Srntiiiie lor Quinn Danville Ky April 22 Ilenbrn Qninn charged with the murder of Policeman John Cram Wilt found guilty and lenceil to be hanged THE BRITISH EMPIRE England imports from America saws and files About 25000 robin redbreasts are exported from England annually Liverpool with 99 people to the acre is the most crowded city in Eng landThere are ten battalions in the British army that wear the old Scotch kiltsThe national debt of the United Kingdom is five per cent of its wealthAustralias first measured wool clip was 20000 tons in 1821 This has now risen to 27POOOO The Columbian ice fields in the Ca nadian Rocky mountains cover an area of at least 110 square miles The first lord of the admiralty is said to have approved the proposal to christen British battleships in fu ture with colonial wine Heretofore foreign brands have been used Within six years the New Zealand government has bought back of the original settlers 324167 acres of land ued for sheep runs and 1630 fam ilies have found homes on them r UPTODATE EffiEBDG Uses Electricity Instead of Kerosene Oil and Rags Ease with Which the Merchant AmI- OIIA ii loll I Iimi live Ciui Ilmi- iinil Curry Out n Coiit1niriitoii Detection nito xll lf The substitution of defectively in Etilutod electric lighting wires for tho timehonored kerosene oil can and heap of paper and shavings ill pro ducing incendiary tires is regarded ax an established fact by Harry lie Hornsliy chief inspector in ity Klcc trieian Kduard It Kllieolls olliee at Chicago Ilornsby has eomo to he coinlu sinn that the nuxleru nierehant who wants to realize money by collect ing lire insurance has followed lie tendency of the diy in replacing oil with electricity The fuse which in used to pre vent trouble by protecting lIme cr ruits in the event of a short circuit or a grounding of the wire is made of soft ienuilmmriisiuysmys When ever there is a short circuit or the wires become grounded the force of time current is taken up by tIme fuse which commences to glow As mat ters grow worse the fuse gets hot ter and hotter Soon it reaches a uhito heat aid melts Here is where the firebug dues Koine fine work He places a heap of inflammable material or innocent looking cotton under the fuse and it ignites at once A little care will produce n short circuit or ground ed wires The whole thing can be timed or worked from a distance and no one in time world can tell how the fire WitS started An ordinance requiring men who wire buildings anti repair electric wires and connections to be licensed was introduced in the council last year and was sent to a committee where it has slept for months It is likely that Hornsbys report will facilitate its passage WANTS A ROMAN PALACE Emperor William In Credited with KntertnlnliiHT n Novel Amuuluit Ion It is said at Berlin that the em peror is seriously contemplating the construction of a castle which shnll- be ill all respects an exact facsimile of those that were constructed in the days of old Route If he carries out this design all the domestics who may be employed in time castle will be obliged to speak Latin and to wear a costume similar to that worn by the household servants of the old Komaii emperors Each room will be decorated und furnished with appropriate antiques nnd time exte rior of the building will be fash lon dln rigid conformance with the style of architecture that was in vogue under the ISoman empire Kmperor Williams friends lire not surprised that he should be think ing of building such a castle since they know that for years he has been deeply interested in Koinan history and that on more than one oc casion he has taken an active part in performances which were dt signed to illustrate time life of Ho tunas under the empire The emperor if he constructs ihi castle will certainly visit it ifre quently and during his stay there Jusgncsts and attendants will salute Ihcir Imt DI3 TUNNELS IN TREES Wood Cnteriilllnm Are Creating Se rloiiM Ilnvoc In the Ion don Pnrkii The caterpillars of the woodleop ard moth are doing irreparable darn age to many of the old trees in the London parks nnd gardens by tunnel ing lute the timber with the result that either the trees are killed outright or the branches nnd leading shoots are so weakened that they readily snap across during stormy weather Hardly a park or garden of any pro tensions in the great metropolis is free front the leopard moth and time goat moth both of which have increased of late years to an almost alarming extent This is partly owing to the unhealthy condition of many of the trees which has been brought about by the everincreasin smoke and fumes to which they are almost Constantly subjected for time caterpillar rarely attacks Ifoalthy trees The tunnels which are often half on inch in diameter are cut in all di rections through the hardest timber the trees usually attacked being the Spanish chestnut thun apple beam tree elm mind Donlar MAHKET HEPOIIT Cincinnati April 20 CATTLE Common B 85 4 00 Extra butchers 4 85 u 5 10 CALVES Kxtra 5 25 ji 3 75 HOGS Select shippers 5J0 fij 0 00 Mixed packers 5 75 Ii 85 SHEEP Extra ft 4 25 LAMBS Spring 700 lijiU 00 FLOUU Spring pat 3 70 ij 4 00 svI EATNo 2 red 75 i 7J- COKX Xo 2 mixed 66 IB OATS=02 mixed i 28 YE 50 a V5 HAYCh 1 timothy R14 75- POIIKFauumihy 114 LMIJSteunm rij S 03 UirTTEKCli dairy fo 14 22JAPPLESPOTATOES Per brl 1 40 if 50 TOBACCO Xcw 800 rl4 75 Old 9J5 ffll 00 Chicago FIOUH Will patent 3 SO 773 JO WHEAT Xo 2 red 70iL 73 Xo 3 red GUii 70 COiX Xo 2 ci 41 OATS Xo 2 274i 2J- UYE Xo 2 ij 53 POKK Mess 14 40 14 45 LAUD Steam S 15 8 nys New York FLOLII Win patent 3 4 00 EATNo it red if 7J CO15X Xo 2 mixed 3 3- 1OIVISNO 2 mixed 30V fir 39 POKK Family 10 00 1C 50 LAUD Steam S 55 Iff S Dnltlmo- reWIIJlXo 2 red 77t4 77 Southern 71 ft CORNNo 7mled 47 lfJ jY OATS Xo 31 III 31 A CATTLE Butchers 4 83 5 23 UOUS Western 6 40 6 60 IontsvlllrF- LOUK Family 3 50 3 75 WHEAT No 2 red 75 S 70 COJ1NMixed new y 4GV OATS Mixed 2S POUIC Mess j14 50 LAKD Steam S 50 Indlnnnpolli- WtIPAT Xo 2 red i 70 437OATS f Jf i5 It After Mummy Vrnra So many are willing to put cIT doing lOa lay work that iccma to them uniinpurttiit that time habit extends itjplt to everything connected with their daily lite ami they neglect the Decennary to jire ffrv timolir When Mr l Sicasnn was living at Vt l ilonces tiT Kliotle Inland lie wrote Voiu 11 iou has eimrchmoe of Inflamed IVchumis many years of MillVrititf from which I hall not lioen able to ei relict Tiiit ielleof the lIIam testimonials of till value of IVdmcrs Lotion which iliniiij tlie half iimillieimasever applied If your lnnvit hadnt it send to Solon Piliner 374 IVarl Sfrecl Xew York for samples of Kilmers Lotion and Lotion Soap The lluril Inrt Xo Kiid time oith i rH rlcr it is not so Imrd to pet description of the cos tiinies The hard art is to write till Ito ummjierhemlfItaltimoro American 0You Can Get AlliiiM Ioollnsi FIIKK Write today to Allen R Olmstcd 111I Liotlasecures chilblains sweating damp swollen aching feet It makes New or tight flioos HUlliOliiMr tnllYuu talk about fashionable trimming for a Ixmiittt Why anything vnu can Mick on to a Ixmm t the ilylc Jlrs Mann Anything ilesir but what you have on imamidIloomoui TnuiMript Even if he has nothing every oman likes to say lie has made his own way ia the world Washington Ia 1c- ntocuatsaooe0 0 0 O Sudden and Severe ttlncksor I Neuralgia j o come to II many of tip 0utIioiveTer Lad case 0 St 0 Jacobs C Oil S 0 o penetrates promptly ami deeply soothes ami strcttgtlietn 0 the nerves ami bring C 0aC 0 us us 5500v+ ABSOLUTE SECURiTY Genuine CartersL- ittle Liver Pills Must Bear Signature oft zL See FacSlmllo Wrapper Below Yerr email and as cosy I to toko as Bug PARTrBQlFORHEADACHE ITTLErOR BIUOUSNESS iII I FOR TORPID LIVER II t PI USFOR CONSTIPATION LLU SALLOW SKIN sl FOR THE COMPLEXION Pm IOiULnuy ATUt IS c CURE SICK HEADACHE E THIS IS I THE 7 stt4 Jr ISELLS RABBITS FEET Old New York Vnninn Who In Iak lug JliifU Jliiney In the Odd I 1It1IeIOver in tha Washington who claims to be time only dealer in genuine rabbits telL in New York Martha doesnt know just how old she is hut she is very very old nnd tillS been in the business for 25 years not in Hells Kitchen mind you for she regards her present surroundings of mixed black nnd while as a step backward in tIme social scale hut has to be where tin dictates of commerce call her She is reputed to be ipiite rich says the Herald kllowIlhaland gamblers constitute her Knnie and they gtt ii the old colored woman with all the reverence and awe due to ofIleft hind foot of a rabbit killed IThe rut nrll at midnight is anton possessing supernatural plliers as a charm against ill luck nail evil spirits mill Mammy Cottontail al ways has a supply on hlIl1lIWhere she guts her stock is n mys tery which none of her superstitious temptjughors miss their pet eats they sumac times east threatening looks at Mam my Cottontail Inenrllr i Cuuiiut He Cured by meal applications as they cannot reach time dUeacd jiortion of time ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness ii canseil hall inllanied eoiffiition of time inn coiw lining of time Kustacliian Tube When this tube gets inllanied you have a rumbling oiiiul or nniierlect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the itillimmutioii can be take out and this tule restored to its normal iin ilition hearijig will loe destroyed forever nine acs ot are Iy catarrim which is nothing hut an intlamed condition of the unitoils surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness eauseil 1rntarrh that cannot he cured bv Halls Catarrh Cure fccnd for cimilars tree 0SOlIHalls Family Pills are the best 0ConscIentious liy Ilrjtreen It Iwell to be thankful for small mer cie Such is the opinion of a man from whose pocket was stolen a rune containing thuletterIJpiuorsc naws my conscience ami I have sent you CS When remorse naws again Ill send you some more TitHits Remember the Uutc Julr 0 to Time above is the time of the annual meet ing of the Inited Societr of Christian En leaver at Cincinnati Ohio The Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern Itailnay has issued linIvalue to all who contemplate a visit to the Juccn City on the occasion mentioned The nuip shoivs time principal churches suburbs ThiICarty GP Cincinnati Mr Xewlywcd Come wont break bread with us today J Jack Jlsicrroilthanks old man you see I cant btaiul manual labor by time tray is it her first atcummptOiuio titace Journal roCureRicot in One tyTake TixativeUromo Quinine Tablets All drugisb rcCund mon yiC it fail to curl 25c eifthonget him into thy progrctsive cuchcr club Indianapolis News r j Cure and Prevent Pneumonia Vtth ITossies ProHpCnre Infallible SOcts marryinglmerllfailadelpliu Tithes r 1isos Cure cannot be too highly spoken of rhirdAcKeep out of every game where you lose if you win Atchison Globe Tis tweet to kissso is Kisme Gum to hew IA dollar in the bank ia truth tew dollars ycwr backX V Herald For Infants and ChildrenI BearsUn ForSOrTheKind You Have Always Bought TIlL CLNTUM T7 MUAV 5TtITNKW 5010 ed headarlie nalni cutler allow complexion nnd ilont remlnrly ore 1rCr i tli iilli n kllli more thou iOu other n the ailments and Inns that nnenvrrd Xo matter whnt alU you start taking today taryou vIIi neyer = et veii tint he seii oil the tine uulll you mut your iornei rlalil Take nuir uilrlcet mart OAStAJtlJTft today under Buaranlee to cure or money refunded C a 47I rJ JtrCI 3 BISHOP IAY5I Cheerfully Recommend Peruna to All Who Want a Good Tonic and a Safe Cure For Catarrh Prominent members of the clergy are giving Peruna their unqualified en dorseinciit These men find Ieruna especially adapted to preserve them m catarrh of vocal organs which has always bcen tho bane of public speakers anti general catarrhal debility incident to the sedentary life of the clergyman Among tIll recent utterances of noted clergymen on the curative virtues of Pertain is toe following one from Bishop James A Handy D D of Baltimore I take great pleasure in acknowledging the curative effects of Peruna At the solicitation of a Mend I your remedy and cheerfully recommend your Peruna to all who want a good tonic and a safe cure for catarrh James A Handy l OTHER NOTABLE CURES A Husband Escaped the Pangs of Catarrh of the Lungs Most Cases of Incipient Consump tion are Catarrh IEIIII Stevens CarthageII take pleasure in notifying reiman today thanks toyotiand Peruna lIe took six bottles of your medicine- as directed and it proved to be the thing for him Ills appetite is and every thing he eats seems to with him His cough has left- him and he is gaining in flesh and seems to be well every way I hope others will try your medicine and re throatiCatarrh of the bronchial is called bronchitis catarrh of the lungs consumption Any internal remedy k cffi I t1I DRY ill IN WETTEST WEATHER K3 on SALC fVERYWI1ERf AJTOWER CO J Kns and I1rllelon Driurriii solve in water and set to coolImakes a delicious transparent anil jelly dessert Flavors orange lemon wine and coffee jellies Get today at your Live Cuts lIouka or below prIces for ssme KWSrAIKIl West FifthS Srect tI have a great deal mah for for them and secured such relief hat did i nickly troubleyour bowelpeople dUeatec chronic ofmnBerlnif in wlih just agree tubes a that will cure catarrh in one will cure it in any other location This is why hiss so justly i famous in the of catarrhal eases It cures catarrh wherever located Its cures remain Peruna does not palliate it cures Sirs Frederick Williams President of South Side Aid Society of Chicago Ill writes time following i words of praise jitunMOTotnauwmMwitli P for Peruna fromi fF973 Cuyler ave nue Chicago i 1 Jar My is I jnever without Peruna for oj r have dtirI cing the past six 41- iff iyears that there to is no remedy that i will at once ale iaiu 11let zate sutTeringiliamiiiCmsuau5 1f and nctuallyeure Mrs Fred Wllllanss as leruna does Four bottles com frpletely cured me of of the head of several years standing and if my feels badly or either itof us catch cold we at once take Pe runa and in a uiayor two it has thrown i the sickness out of thesystem3rs i Frederick Williams Mrs W A Allison of 759 Sheffield lavenue is the Assistant tMatron of the tUiSiOIIOISNUiSiSifllOIIj Peoples Hospi 5 tal She has the y i I have had fre J D r jrltoppnrtimi s f ties to vjf time wonderful f Jcurative effects of Peruna espe emily on i 1 suffering with a nlLl w l llli 7f r congested comB Mrs W A Allison lZ 0 tion of the head lungs and stomach f generally catarrh It alleviates pain and soreness increases the appe itime and tones up the entire sys tem that time patient quickly regains strength and heahihMrs W A Alli tIf yon not derive prompt and isfactory results from the use of Pe rnna at to Dr Ilartman giving u full statement of your anti he will be pleased to give you Ids valuable advice Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium ColnmbusO iieea8 8 FREE C Qeeejfe S i SHOTGUNS Z Factoryloaded Our 160 page 0 and shotgun shells 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locatinJ1crnna become cure the Ladies home found Iii tcatarrh Chicago fhaboutqnent observe persons called do write once gratis Ii1CO e3S84KWestern mall HAVING without CM slate food jutand rPIftiiij COLt1INS1Ii PATENTS iIflpWa1P1b1iUILlTI nnnn1n1n1nllnn1IJIHHt1n1lnnI11nnillnllnnII11nlHJllllln nlnln1n1T1l1nn1tntnnnniJ1tnnnnnnnntnJnUnn Liver Dont Act feelingCASCARETS biiioupesshad MrsJ r j aS e == J v- e lOc S25c 50c H NEVER SOLD Iff BULS H DRUGGISTS m OITARAVTEEB TO CCItEs Five year noo the Onf box or CASCA11KTM wn said Jfow It is over lx mlllloa boxes Ercater thnQany similar medicine In the worlO This U ubuilnto perorrnt merit and 5our bct testimonial We hove faith and wuul sell CiMCtRFTS absolutelyguaranteed to cure or money relOaded Go buy today two oOc clvethem u fair bonr t trial as ver dimple dlrcctlo end Ifyon arc not satIstkdjotter ii lns cue OOe box return the uuu ed AOe box and the empty iox to s us by mall or the drurzltt from whom yon purvliaix It eeC crctyoor money g t iodnyHealthorcaseSitLis floou free by muit Adds STIIOlHi iiarol rt UkeS 5jtfl t r J f1 J s i r r r 4J 4 S i r J r r 3c ctt 4 I 2 2rt 1J I k t I ttil1l r k- b tvt G000PASTER DJONS CON With an uptodate line- fofeverything in the new patternsand designs in 1i CARPETS r WALK OVER SHOES 350t OWINGSV1LLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISH ING CO1 OWINGSVILLE KYI i SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE i THURSDAY APRIL 25 1901 Every business communication must be addressed in TilE OUTLOOK KYII it It ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce 21 R McGregor for Magistrate in the Wyoming district subject to the action of the Republican pnrty 1We are authorized to announce Butter Toy as a candidate to suc 1teed himself of Magistrate in the 1 Wyoming magisterial district sub c to the action of the Republican Tptyt We authorized to announce Geo d i1 Staton for the office of Mugis f ip fla in the Wyoming district tub t to the action of the Rcpubli Jpn party THE U S hasp I Treasury now over jNahalf billion of gold but Rocke 7 feller wouldnt take it for his I earthly posgetsionts p A LITTLE Kansas girl atEmpori wallowed a fiftydollar bill lust accounts the owner hadnt Jslaughtrel1 her to get the money manlfesfnow Iseemuch thats great and good in tAggie though he was onarier than before TOE SheritFs pOISe of sixty men I has the Reynolds faction of twenty eight besieged in Lctcher county and purposes starving them into I surrender Kentuckys feud wars are very wearisome IT is nois i around in Wall street that a part JTierpont Morgans mission tQ t in to pave the wT for Mi option of the old standVt I tissue t Milk1 SOME tifEi thousand Democrats r New York one night last Itweeleta form a new party to b The Greater New YorlIIt Democracy Its first pu t to fight Tammany Probably Tarn rS many jut laughs 1 wayIfI lily of the Chinese court to Japans recommendations on the subject 1i that it is impossible for the Empe ror to return to Pekin until the 1countrys guests leave NEW YORK aassiety hat in the progressive dinner fventedman guest progresses b changing his seat to one beside a new girl at each course The round progressive dinner will contin working a line of freelunch 1ers rs thankedJapan for helping her resist Russias Manchurian de- signsI and asks her future aid along J that line The Japs ore traditional and once were despised antagonists I of the Chinese but the menace o i the white devils makes them agree Vable bedfellow NEW YORK has at last provided by statute that folks who hue j jut tuck up are no longer to be 1considered married under the com 1lawbut simply mated A clvi or religious ceremony Is now re I quired and as usual many will be married but not mated VtGIBEALTn has been considered V4I of typical impregnability but a special commission reports that the I V1ti harbor works building there would be in danger from an attack from the Spanish majnland It isa close 1 race between irresistible war giaes and impregnable defenses 1iTHEEuropean powers are sizing 1 Chinas pile in indemnity calcula tions and then adding enough to Vj their claims to coqipel a payment t in territory At least it blglns to look that way There is nothing Vt but revenge greed and grab appar ently in their treatment of China W A McCABTOT was hungry EO be told the Court when he was 4Vc1strolling along in Chicago and saw a ctove a fire in it as an ad in a show window McCarthy stole iV the hot stove He was fined 15 i for his feat for the judge feared I he might steal the Chicago river next SAMUEL T STAPLETOH of Par ir keraburg W Vii received almost simultaneously two appointments 4togood offices last week Gov White appointed him Criminal 4 Judge and President MoKinley named him Consul forNeura Mer 4i3e Thus it is some get too saeh whilst others dont get emough and still others none at nil 1ztVr rl 1aVeV r Dress Goods Silks Organdies Pongees Organzine Dimities Madras Tissues Linen anafFrench Gingham and everything new and pretty in the thingoods line We Will show you the largest line of CARPETS MATTINGS RUGS and LACE CURTAINS at lowest price We make Brussels Vilton Velvet or Axminster JOHNSON MURPHY PATENT LEATHER KID TOE Arkansas Senate has passed a bill requiring every person who drinks alcoholic beverages to takeout a5 license to do BO The nv crags legislators headworks are wonderfully and fearfully made but the Arkansas type rather tukes the prize Is Louisville C M Harrington Co have sued Mrs J B Barnes for lCOs worth of cats claimed to hue been sold and delivered to the defendant The wonder is what one woman would want with such a power of cats That sum of mon ey ought to buy several carloads of felines EXPENSIVE as no doubt it was for the late Chris L Mugee the noted Pittsburg politician to live it was vastly more so for him to die A dispatch says his physician has brought a hill against this estate for 190000 for twentyone months treatment or eighty dollars per treatment hour TOE imperialists wilfully mis state the position of the opponent of imperialism who are nut oppos ed to expansion but would gladly welcome Canada Australia New Zealand or any other country ca pable from the character of its in habitant of being erected into States of the Union TIIOSE Philippine army imperial carryItheirtnothing left to grab on the other side Still it must be admitted that the commissary supplies are powerfully tempting TOM L JOHNSON lets it be known 1that he will be too busy making Cleveland the best Mayor that ever was for the ensuing two years to bother with the Ohio Governorship or U 8 Ienator hip Meanwhile if he lets the Presidential bee buzz alluringly in his bonnet thats his privilege and Hilly Bryans torture THE U S Supreme Court has decided practically that When a husband and wife secut royce in a State in which both legal rt dents the divorce I goo- dt Vthe Unit tittes k v M rhereirno resi d o State in wle de cree in ntd the dic invalid I SSla MICHAEL HiCKsliEAcn Brit ExchequerImons last week that the Boer war had cost Great Britain 755000000 and said I think the House will see the war hai brought the coun try to the verge of ruin When Oom Paul Kruger hears that he will feel in an Itordyous mood CANADA is going to be in it too A steel plant capitalized at 50 000000 and to employ 10000 men is to be in full blast at Sault Saints monthsrEngland and the financier is an Englishman As part of the plant will be located on the U Slidc the Steel Trust will lack that much of having things its own way THE New England Tobacco Growers Association officially shows its imperialistic colors by filing n brief Ssconfination against Porto Rico is called in question The Association says Tree trade in Porto Rican and Philippine tobacco would be disastrous and involve serious financial loss iEIGUT Chicago union brickma eons at their work on the new State Capitol at Jackson Miss because negro masons wero also employed Jackson is astonished as whites and blacks have always worked together harmoniously there If the Southern people were displaced by an equal number of New Englanders and other North ernera they would drive the negroes 1Into the sea inside of five years TOE Ponce Chamber of Commerce denies the prosperity of Por to Rico as stated by Gov Allen and Secretary Hunt Your imperialist however knows that if the colonies are not prosperous it is the fault only of the confounded onary in habitants for imperialism Is the very greatest thing that ever happened and possesses virtues that Jefferson never dreamed of when he wrote the Declaration of Jude pendenceV CHARLES A TOWTJE of Minneso ta whose claim to fame rests chiefly on his daring as an octopus and who was the Fusion Populist nominee for Vice Presi dent last year later an avowed Bryan Democrat and next a Unit ed States Senator for a few day by appointment has gone to the bad having become President of a 1000000 company to work a vast corundum deposit near Duluth Twas ever thus Towns will find it Just as congenial to nurture an octopus as to attack it and 1ikl more profitable VVV t 2V Bnn FITZSIMMONS the pugilist and his wife are In ino part of the play the hero Bob kisses the heroine M fRoHub Mrs Bob took sick and Bob kissed her too BO Mrs Bob nllegrd At dinner she brought up the subject and broke ohina throwing it at Bob until he fled Mrs Huh resumed her part in the play but bnlked at the kiss ing scene and said Cut it out That was too much for Bob so be hind the scenes ho played Mrs Bob for tnrbett mill slugged her until a policeman jugged him Mrs Bob refused to prosecute on the ground that it was merely a family difference THE imperialists of course can find only in the fol lowing from the Execu live Committee of the Planters Bankers and Merchants Association of Porto Rico to Henceslao lord Jr and Vicente Balbon Porto Rican in New York City Bill a failure Busi ness at a standstill Excise taxes produce little Hence valuations ordered increased con tinues General discontent Tho bill referred to is Treasurer Hollanders revoim law and the valuations of property have to be increased in order to get revenue enough JArAN threatened with a finan del panic all because of the large of China at the close f the late war between those two nations The was used to project and laborers were so well paid that they began living Both public and private projects were on a sonic out of to the ability to complete Trade was by the trouble in China the nation and people spent more thun their income requiring large sums to settle the foreign balanre against them and hard times with a threatened general crash is the result The good luck of the xvar thus threatens to bs bad luck in the end Japan is a deserving nation and it will be to the worlds inter est that she thrive TOE Missouri side of Kansas tir1Fie Nation She was brought intothe police court there on a charge of the streets The judge gave her a fine of500 and a cer tain time in which to leave town She had opened her case with a tirade on the police and court The judge her tine on condi tion that she dont stop in the city though giving her to through on her travels The judge told her Missouri atraos phere is not adapted for mon shorthaired women and whistling girls Some who applaud the judges sentiments in the main take exception to that in regard to whistling girls claiming that the whistling pucker is excellent exer else for practice But Carrie took the judge at his word and made for Kansas air without unnecessary Hillsboro Born toGreely Cooper and wife twin boj8 Mrs J AEmmons went Monday to Lewis Co to visit relatives R A Gilmore returned Monday from a business trip to Cincinnati Harvey Shields returned home Thursday from Iowa on account of ill health Mrs Cora Wilson died Monday at the home of her sister Mrs Annie Browning to the smallpox scare and bad weather only three persons went from here to court Monday Mrs Sarah Hawkins arrived here Thursday from St Joseph Mo where she had been living with her son Robert for several months Upper Prickly Ash Perry bought a workhorse from T S Shrout for 45 Miss Minnie Cartmill has a new organ Come down B F and hear her play Wm Routt sold a gray horse to a Mr House of Fleming county for 105 James Kendall of South Side visited hisaunt Mrs Francis Ham ilton first of the week Morton Harper of Farmers visited his parent Daniel Harper and wife first of the week West End says if you wake the lion ha would roar He certainly has been awakened Nathaniel Markland and wife visited Tibbs and fam 11Yat Sunday Fletcher Donaldson and family who left here about the first of March for Oklahoma returned last week having concluded there is no plac like Old Kentucky They have rented Dr G Wi Conner farm Odessa Women and their young chick ens have been making noise the past few days The sick in this vicinity are nearly all Colrman Stones little child continues about the same Quite a number hero have a preference which Ride of them you sit or as the left arms of many of us are pretty sore just now Geo 11 Gudgell hud o cow to die in the covered bridge Friday night no ono was thrown be fore the carcass was removed Tho continued snowfall from Friday noon till Monday noon was winterlike indeed and most every ono in this was caught without fuelor provender Yet some of them were done planting corn and were preparing to go fish ing Anyway who ever heard of it snowing hard for three days and nights at this season of the year Bethel Miss Rena Shanklin of Nicholas county visited C B Williams and family last week A little child of John Crockett near Moorcfield was buried here in Longview Cemetery D S Trumbo is on thlt sick list this week The rest of the sick are about the samenot much im Irvine and two little children of Nicholas county arc visiting her parents J M Gossett and wife this week Rev D B Cooper is stillconfin ed to the house not able to preach Two of his suns are here visiting him Mrs Cooper is some better Married April 10th nt the resi dence of her brother Charles Ha zelrigg near Mt Sterling Miss Ada Bethel and C B Reid of Preston Mrs Frankie Cannon mother of Mrs CB Williams and Mrs Smoot and little daughter of Nich nina county sister und niece of Mrs Williams are spending the week with her r Salt Lick miss Alira da Kogcr ot Olym- pit visited her sister Mrs Wilson Otis Sunday Mrs Jno D Green Mrs Duke Frederick and W A Whitcomb were in Mt Sterling Monday Our town has been almost surrounded with backwater from Lick ing for several days It commenced to fall Monday The Caney and Ragland trestles on the L R IL R wore damaged to some extent by the recent high water No trains have arrived since Saturday Jane Fultz who lived up the hollow bnckof Midland was found dead in bed last Friday morning Squire Stephens hold an inquest finding death due to natural caus Charley Wills had a narrow es capo trom serious injury last week While working with the bridge car heaters on a trestle west of Preston a heavy piece of timber fell strlk ing him a glancing blow on the head knocking him senseless for a time He is West End Water water Very well Knob Lick you shall have the fish mums the had a 10inch snow here It is about all gone now leaving the beautiful beautiful mud The South Sido widow is milking tp loom up in a new buggy We have a date with her for the first ride Hope the backing straps are all 0 K Two sleek wellfed Mormon EI- ders are here They say they are on account of their religion Its because they havent any is my opinion What are you talking about There are two Democratic nominees that would put up 500 to have the to put up a full ticket thats their only salva how many Demo crate have come to you and said Oh you fellows put up a full ticket and we will play hl Oh Mr Dmocrat the party is a thinking reading South Sherburne we are also a and we live in the White Sulphur precinct and we suppose the reason you named Col L North for Coroner is because you had no one competent in your place We would rather you have the office down there as tho facili ties for mean whisky are better and the subjects for an in quest would most likely come from your place Myself and precinct agree with you partially We know it wont do to run a full ticket Teeth ache See Dr Perry t ll We stand at the front in Stoops Who was it that said winter was of near Olympia was in this vicinity Will Burns visited relatives on Flat Creek Sunday and Monday Sometimes little deeds of kind ness grow into great Many thanks South Side We wish you great success in this fu ture S F Dealand wife of near Mt Sterling visited relatives here one day last week N B Duncan a traveling sales man of was at this placo one day last week The primary is over and now the idler will have to bring up an other subject to talk about J H Gillespie has put up a new pair of scales in the same place from where he removed hiold pair lion J B Carter hud a complete walkover for Constable He defeated his opponent by nearly all of the votes cast You must excuse such a short from this place 1t1 Len Roberson of Len you snake us uneasy The people of Co are talking about running Miss Mary G Anderson for President of this United States against Wm J Bryan Well Miss Mary will be the winner to such u bad day there was u very light vote polled Thomas for County Attorney curried the precinct over Watson by 26 votes Goodwin for School Supt carried it by 20 votes over Miss Anderson And Sledd for Jailer carried it over James by 7 votes Stepstone Luther Karriik who has been on the sick list id n II 11 here several days last week visiting his friend Miss Eliza On account of the bad weather there were but few lit the regular meeting at Corinth Sunday Wm Carmichael is in the horse trading market lIe says he has two Bourbon Chiefs on hands now snow made no difference to J H Myers and wife they were scheduled to bo at Goo W Carters for dinner Sunday and you bet they were on time Bart Cassity who shot himself several weeks back is still on the mend but the last day or two he has been of a pain in the side that was injured but we hope it is nothing serious The sale of R T Byron Satur day was a failure as far as a crowd went but in spite of the bad weather sold except the cross cut saw and nearly brought good prices Uncle Bob is smiling all over Frank Brown has bought the Widow Wells place at Howards Mill and as soon as he gets posses sion of same ho will rebuild the storehouse and put a fresh and firstclass stock in it and cater to the wants of the people around that part of the country While he is waiting he is with his broth erinlaw John Karrick and wife at this place Well we have had more winter the last 6 days than any time dur ing the past winter months While it was not so cold it was snowing all the time since Friday morning and looks as though it might keep at it today Monday If it had not melted as fast as it did there would havo been over a toot of snow on the ground now but it is almost gone as it is Our old friend Geo W Payne who was one of our stantibys took sick with grip and kidney trouble last Friday a week ago while in Mt Sterling and died last Friday He was buried in Mt Sterling Sunday He was a friend Indeed for ho was never known to go back on a friend and could botcHed on by his friends at any time they were in need As for enemies dont think ho had a one He was aged about 04 years He leaves three sons three daughters and a host of friends to mourn and grieve over their loss but which surely is his gain WE MUST HAVE IT All those indebted to us please call and eettloWo would not ask you were wo not to col lect to pay our debts S COODIJAT TE VERY LOWEST PRICES 6 X MONARCH SHIRTS UNDERWEAR TIES 5 FANCY HOSIERYJi Htageactorines understudy realistically encouragement cablegram Commissioners practically Emigration indemnityreceived indemnity enterprises extravagantly proportion interrupted VCiiyJiaanOps4nt obstructing suspended permission longhaired osculatory delay- CORRESPONDENCE consumption lOwing Flemingeburg Goodpaster 7yearold Goodpaster Owingsville plentyof convalescent Fortunately community Wednesday provementMrs hlnzclriggof CsV improving everywhere wordWe preparations persecuted Republicans tionRepublicans Republican intelligent partyWell Republican procuring overEd Eppcrhart Thursday benefactions Lexington communication ncighborsSpringfield girlhereMontgomery precinct improving slo-wlyimTTiwae complaining everything everything We Need It compelled SLESSER Olympia Miss Manda Ragan visited at Salt Lick Sunday Dr E Swetnam of Louisville Is here visiting his mother one day last week to Geo and wife a 12lb girl Late Frisby moves this week to near Monifee county Quite a crowd went from here to Farmers Sunday to sea the river Charles Swctnam returned home Sunday from a visit to West Liberty Mrs Lee Wilson of Stepitone visited her mother Mrs J Milton Steele burg came here Sunday and took the train for Cincinnati Leslie Snedejrar of visited his mother Melissi Sncdo gar Saturday and Sunday J K Jackson was called to see hi sister in Mt Sterling She died a few minutes after ho arrived There has been some corn plant planted too soon Miss Lou Emma wmof Sage Ky has returned home after n few slays stay We nil miSS her very muchand hope she will come back soon Mrs D R Swartf waR called to the bedside of her mother Mrs Buck Belcher at Knob Lick Mrs Belcher jq not expected to live She hits heart trouble Bro Williams filled his regular here Sunday and Sun day night did nut have as large attendance on account of the bash wather hut his sermons were very MrF J E Hart is VVyrryt7 5rT1 yet itS list for some time Elder Downey preaches every 3d Sunday at this place Plenty of rain and now it look like tim fruit will be killed Born to Sam Conyers and wife a daughter Nannie Belle James Snedegar bought a cow from James Craig for 2950 Mrs Addio Jones was the guest of Mrs Sam Shultz one day last Shultz bought ten barrels of corn from J T Dawson for 250 per bbl delivered Cabe Snedeptar bought a load of corn from Neil Manley for 225 per bbl in the crib Addie Jones sold a hog to Sam Lathram for 6 and two calves to be delivered May let for 33 Willie E Atchison of Salt Lick was a guest of Sam Shultz and family Saturday and Sunday Billy Toy and Mason Vice each bought loadof corn from Isaac Conyers for 250 per bbl in the Snedcgar wife and baby Howard were guests of Mrs Sned egars parents Butler Toyand wife from Sunday until Tuesday of last week It is with a sad heart that we chronicle tho sad death of Clitford the baby and only child of Claud and Fannie Warren We wont say it is sad because a little one has exchanged this world of sorrow for a world of perpetual bliss but what makes it so sad is it was burred to death and suffered four or live hours of untold agony To tho young father and mother we extend and if could be help them roll back the shadow from their home Your babe in the grave Is not sleep- Ing Ho has joined the fair angels above Tho bright beings now have him In keeping lu mansions of beauty and love Crais Boone North sold to Claud War rca a cow and calf for 35 Wm Razor sold to Henry Warren a cow and calf for 3250 Born to James Hunt and wife Friday April 19 a firstborn Josh Craig has moved from this pUce to Flat Creek to work for Allie Ben Thompson was the guest of his brother Sunday homo by Thomas Copher The people have been what has become of Old Crimp I guess they have found out what has become of him To West End Well say yea hurrah for Clell McCarty Jf there is a McUarty that is a help him to get his office 4V 7 t t j in to r Bibs ioc 22C 37 25c Belts 45 25 20C T Old Aunt Mary Hunt very poorly I Chris thin people once more to help the old woman as she is very needy I will say to that South Sher burne man as he wanted to hear from some other on the ticket I think he is right not to want a full ticket this fall I will name one man and that is Sam and wife while his parents last Sunday some one went in antI burrowed 25 Ibs of flinir from his flour barrel Sam thinks pay it hud but 1 think Ihlf ueb pllople atd run them out of the country April 20th of scarlet If vet little Morgan the 2year old son of Isuac and Mandy McCarty in the Iurvi The people have ranch for the bereaved parents Little Morgan thou hast left us And the loss we deeply feel But its God that hath bereft us He can all our sorrows heal Close isis eyelids press them gently Over the dead and leaden eyes For the soul that made them lovely Hath returned unto the skies Though our tears flow fast and faster Yet we would not call him back We are glad his feet no longer Tread Ufos rough stormy track We are glad our Father Took him while his heart was pure We are glad be did not leave him All lifes trials to endure Knob Lick Bob Colliver in at his fathers High water ran him out Snow rain and sleet sleet rain and snow by high winds The oldest have no memory of ever seeing such or Feed is getting scarce They have been of con side ruble of their pea and foxtail hay Elijah Colliver of Little Flat is making his homo with his J M Colliver Wallace Jackson came in Sunday eve from Salt Lick where he bad been lumber and staves very little ore the past week owing to the weath er They are using their engine pulling in ore to the tips Bob Hart and the ore company have been putting up wire fencing Bob thinks the chick ens are not so fond of wire as rails THE SICK Eddie Fawns is with Van is better Maze who was married to Glenn Maze is im proved She had a severe spell of but the effic ient treatment of Dr she is on the mend The weather bureau at has been reading the indica tions upside down or vice versa They have ben in their that it would be warm and fair Friday Sunday and wrong Hicks beats that A word to and West End As a friend to say Stop your and It does not amount to if proves that was really drunk which he was not There have been many better Iqoking men in the same condition If West End proves an who would not think it any sin to give all of the benefit of the doubt to his own party be is only one among ten thousand who placo party above 11 h i 1 i I 1 1 THE ClOTHINC SHOES AND GENTS FURNISHING IBorn postedMcCausoy MondayI saturIday OwingRville judgetrain appointment InterestingSlate ValleyV weekSam cribJames 19monthsold sympathy girltheir YoungV accompanied wondering Republican JTV IN FIELDE If HOODS LOW PRICES AT THE RACKETVUNDERBUYUNDERSELLt Cal and See Our Low Prices Everything marked plain figures One price a- llPOSITIVELY CASHRubber 15CGents 7449cVood3galStrainerTinBckt China Pitchers 3CCoffeeLadies L 1Bocks17CPenhoIders J tAItLargeCASH PAID FR EGGSV E TAT VV HEFLIN isuts 11 continues willlskall Republican question CountyJudge Goodpaster visiting theywill Init Interment graveyard sympathy Heavenly alternated inhabitants veathl withsome disposing nephew hauling Theyran inclement considerable complaining rheumatism Swanigan Idearrecently considerably pneumonia throiign Alexander Washington persistent conclusions Saturday Monday Something somewhere Olympia bothwould criminations recriminations anything Olympia WestEnd Olympia lazyand uncompromising partisan partisans principle J It has been six thousand years helivedtime at 150 per day for 300 dayi in each year lived upon 50 ctatr of the daily wage and saved theVVremaining dollar he would ROW have dollars equal to 300 times 6000 or one million eight hundred thousand dollars Carnegli is rak yearRoekefejlet rlislar of wealth is created byIabeVThis should be nine InjVdbia 13riflgigsboujV a1lLtaalrlrS J state Uf lethnrgybnewliIs new 1 vigor nrr ook I tbestition party bigotry and party spite arid support any party which jVV tf promises you a new and salutorj laws which will give you the full use of the ballot a law that will take tiway from mere representa hives of the people and place litthe hands of the people wbetaer rich or poor high or low this law making power Bwhoisnqt wllr ing for the to a des put a traitor not an American at heart To the fools that know tbi evils that have been inflicted Joiit- hem and for partys sake or for holding a job or obtaining office submit to them as the Lord said to Epbraim be is joined to his idols let him alone CONTINUED ON FIRST PA OK OLD HICKORY is a Mandard KentnckfwIyAbnlutely to those seeking a stimulant formed itlethal or social use For sale by SP AtchIson Owingsville KyV t WALLACE 5 GUDGELL A TTYATLAWVHave removed my office to the Ewing building on Main street aid will be glad to my old clients to call SMf SIMPS R NEWILVLATELY OF GRANGE CITY has opened oata Drug 1ONAnd would be pleased to have hiV1friendsBLUE GRASS NURSERIES I Spring 1901 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Rose Grapel Small Fruits ithingden Prices right aa we pay no agents but sell direct to the plast er General Nursery and specialVStrawberry Catalogue on appliesV-tion to H F HILLENMEYEE Phone 279 Lexington Ky JJLBofiMtar 1f Farmers KyVMANUFACTURER O- FLUMBER FlooringCelingWeatherboardingMouIdingLathsTobaccoHogt 1 heads Oak Pickets for wireVfence and Tobacco Barn Timber t The fEvenIngt lr Ji vJiiiJr 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