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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 3 c I 2 I I 1 1 II I I I i If t y l r r I J II J S I S 4 S V 1 S K I 7 4t4r4 iirr 4 S p 4 a r q4 c I a t Y i rfe J I ic h1e gtuingtulle Jullook p d II VOL XXI I OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 23 1901 n NO 44 r MRS OKa LTILL a Whsa you have a new item or wish tll communi cate with THE OUTLOOK office by phone ring u Watches for 150 upat O C Harris jewelry itore Some farmers got out a part or their tobacco crop the past week All kinds of Sweet Potato plants for sole by Brother is Watch and clock guar anteed one year at O C Harris Look at Brother k Brothers line of Hats and Shoes before you buy Look out for the big celebration at Grange City July 4th 432t Buy the genuine Brown double horel beat one mad for sale at Byron Broi Brother can furn iih you all the Sweet Potato plants you want Timer will be services at the Christian Church next Sunday At 11 a m and 745p m rains have made good to bacco seasons and set to growing at a fine rate Buy your buggy harness duster and whip from Byron Bros Best goods for time let money We repair sewing machines Sat isfaction I lliI 1 handle the noted key There is no better made J W LANE Ky The telephone men kept up a steady borfming Monday blasting boles for poles down Prickly Ash Have yon feeti ItrolhrrA Hrtbt rs new line fit lrCOIIIh Gtiltiri Jhr eeri2vd Linen and Silk Waist 1ai torn J Peters has secured patents on throe inventions ticur rr coaiL i lake tontli uiiu oI gy shaft f Your eys should lie RUed with gise We will give SOU sntUfaction at O C Hariis the jowelrr Mr NeUon MnLoney of Cyntbi ann and Miss Virginia Reed Culd well of are announced to be married June 12th Farmers will roaka a mistake if they fail to procure a colt of the gel of J S Brown the noted stal lion of Dr G W Conner If you used glasses you cant do better than to call at O C Harris jewelry store and have your eyes fitted with the best lenses Buy the Milwaukee Binder and Mower lightest draft strongest built machine made E L A T Hruos DOMT BE BLum to facts you should know Call at O C Har ris jewelry store and have your eyes examined free of charge When you need a piece of nice silverware call at O C Harris jew lry store where you will find an stock to select from Every grade of buggy bit mess from cheap factory to a firetclats baadaada set E L A A T BYRON Leok here Tho people that have pictures enlarged will save big voney by getting J M Brother ta furnish the frames lOtf 50 Tut HANDS WASTED on the bead of Cane Creek to make ties in virgin forest Call on or address JOHX PJUCHAKD Elkatana Ky 23 We are going to deal in ice this year and would be glad to have your patronage J W Ky The fancy prices that horses are bringing should convince the far ser who want fancy prices that J S Brown is the best horse to breed to Wa still handle the genuine Brown single and plows 6toota cultivator All guar anteed Prices close lUg stock and close prices aad eye hoes rakes corn planters in seasonable goods- E L it A T BTKON LUMBER ANT pine chestnut and white oak en or address F SLESSER Olympia Xy or L R BLESSER Ky 25t The of the eyes by a competent optician is not a mat ter of guess work nor is it a mat ter of trying on glasses but it is a k science governed by Y which none but a person who ha f studied the science of optics ca I understand Wa will examine your eyes free of charge and adjust glasses for You at a small price at O C Harris jewelry store p E i1t 2 c Z4 4p ff- h c 4 p 1 Robert E Catlett wea in Cincin nan several daye last week Major W J Soitz of West Lib my was in town first of the week Eugene Brother visited friends in lust and Friday D II Riley returned Tuesday from a twowceks business trip to Laducah Max Moss of Cincinnati Saturday to visit Mr and R Miss Asenia McKee of Mt Star ling is n guest of her niece Mrs Alex Conner R B Crooks and son Walter of Co were guests lit W II Rices last week Mr and Mrs Leslie McCormick of Mt Sterling were guests of relatives here Sunday J II Jonee and daughter Miss Irene of Salt Lick were in town several days last week Miss Pearl Lane of Mt Sterling joined her suter Miss Fannie at H L Lanes last week attending Circuit Court Miss Sarah Barnes and Miss Lame rn Wither of were visitors in town last Thursday Miss Mary Woodford of Mt Sterling was a guest of Mrs E II Friday and Saturday Mrs Jane Bishop of Forks of Elkhorn came last week to visit her eons John and Hoary Tincher Mrs R A Walton and daughter to visit Mr and Mrs Win E Richards nt Georgetown Monday lIon C W Tipton has been con fined to his bed for a week with bladder trouble He was better Tuesday evening Francis T celt of Forks of Elk horn came lest week to visit hue daughter Mrs Strib Tincher of lovur Prickly Ash Mr and Mrs John S Wyatt of Mt Sterling were guests of rela t hero from Mon day until Saturday Richard Stephens who lid LeenI in tho county tho last three weeks on business returned to his home ut Missouri Tuesday Mrs Walter Harper nnd Miss Alice Anderson ot Mt Sterling were guests of Mrs Eliza Dawson and Mrs R B Brother latter part of last week Mrs E WHeflin returned from a visit to Tilton Sunday She attended tIme wedding of her brother James T Branch and Miss Bertie Noe while gone Robert T Gault came up from Frankfort last week to recuperate his health for a while He reports- C C and family pros pering well at the Fleming Hotel Milton P Collins sold his 290 acre farm near Wyoming to his two Will C Jackson and Sam M Estill for fifteen thousand dollars Three other cases of smallpox have developed near They are all negroes and in the same bouse with the negro who brought the disae there W H Goodrich Son of Ohio are here to start up their flying dutchman Mr Goodrich stored it some five years ago in Jacob War ners barn He is having it repaint ed and overhauled to going on the road The Executive Committee of Bath Co met in Owing villa Saturday May 18th and devised ways and means to hold a in the Wyoming district A primary will be held on June 29th Last Fridays Cincinnati Commercial Tribune contained large halftone portrait of Miss Leonora Peters who is to be Maid of Honor to Miss Lucy Brent Arnold Spon sor of at the Confederate reunion at Memphis May 2830 T S Shrout has now the largest stock of new buggies ever in Bath Co from 35 up including the best rubbertire Come and lookat his- IJtook when in He will credit 423t CONTINUED Judge H 0 and Jion J S Smith vo unteer attorneys for D W Peedof Paris Mr Peed here Thursday and Friday to defend- him in the damage suit brought by- Mr Ingram for the loss ofan lIye- s by an accidental shot of Mr Peeds- n while shooting at birds at Olym- plan Springs Owing to the sick ness of Mr Ingrams attorney th ease was until the Oc tober term of Court f1 1 The ladies of Hath Co Chapter U D C will meet at tho Court bouse Saturday Mity 25thut 3 oclock p in I earnestly desire a full attendance MRS A W BASCOJI Pre The Bath Co Chapter U D C will have AJiss Barbee of Danville Kv give Dialect Recitations the first week in June to increase Con federate Monument fund Look for date next week with full par ticulars IDr H C Kehoo has sold his olllcc fixtures etc to Dry O Phillips who is located in the former offlce of Dr Kehoe in the Merchants Hotel building Gazette Dr Kehoe has bought property in nnd will move there TUIES Sherburne May seems like theI the people are not in favor of running but two men this falh If they wont why not run WI I Tipton for andI W for County JudgeI MARCUS ARRASMITH PRICE CLIMBED FASTLst weekI THE OUTLOOK mentioned tho sale of a Black Squirrel gelding by E D Anderson of Wyoming to Lewis McClintock of for 190 On the way home with tim horse tha latter resold it to Fester k Cockrcll of Mt Sterling for 225 vania buyer bought it for 500 GRADUATES ix JUNE Elder Hoi top Christian Church beginning July SIHli Mr Frank will finish a r sixyears course in the College of the Bible ut Lexington in June and is a son of the lato J C Fninkwhn was tho minister of the Christitu Church hero for a number of years Gazette Goon Williams of Moores Ferry was in town Mon day and preccnted Tun reporter wti a wtiing cana that he brought fron the The cane is a speci men of Filipino handicraft being very neatly carreil in leaflike put eras Tho reporter is proud of l and thank Mr Will liaiud heartily for kis generous re membrance HOGS STOLEN Cn lant Thursday night two hogs weighing 240 to 250 pounds were stolen from Hon AoW Bafcora west of town One iogWAS killed in taking it away On Saturday Mr Bascom received a dispatch from Chief of Pollen Chas Wilson of Mt Sterling that ho hnd arrested two negroes sus pected of the theft as they hud of Cored a hog for sale between here and Mt Sterling i On Decoration Day May 30th 1901 the friends of ho dead that are buried in the Purvis one mile east of Craig will meet there at 2 oclock p m to decorate the graves There will be preaching Dudley Messick of tbo 24th Kentucky Regiment U S V L is the only Civil War sol Her buried there Some comrade is requested to bring a flag to plant on his grave MULE Boh Hart of Roes Run had a curiosity in the form of A mule colt without fore legs foaled lest week It had one iimb extending to the knee joint It was strong and well formed otherwise and reared bind legs to suck Mr Hartinns inclined to neglect it at first but it being suggested to him that hwould be valuable as a show mens curiosity if it could reared he concluded to try to do so DnmIn last weeks issue tbo critical illness of Mrs Oscar Chandler at was mention ed She died morning at 3 oclock and was buried Friday at the George Jackson burying ground Mrs Chandler was a daughter of George Clark Her husband and a baby daughter survive Tho husband has the sympathy of the entire community in bis bereavement On last Friday morning about 1 oclock folks here were awakened by a and that set furniture to rattling and houses to swaying It wu by a rumbling like distant thunder or a heavy wind The say it was felt at W Va Zanesville 0 Cincinnati and points between At some places people were so alarmed that they rushed into the streets in their night clothes Mrs Chas Kennedy of Farmers was here and mention ed the of a railroad man at Ashland who was sleeping in a building near tbo railroad track He was awakened by the shock and the train was off e the track and coming through the house he cut out for safety at a frantic gait t 1JT fl =t1 Zr A Ma UArJ FUR MAOISTUATK Frank C Vil liame of Mootcfi Ferry ia an nounced as u tunditlalo for the Re publican nomination in the White Sulphur district Mr Williams ia mi intulli ciit ala hi tious and energetic youngman nnd with his idea is the sort from which to select 0111 daIs lie has just recently return ed from the where ho served as a gallant soldier of th U S Army He is u Eon of Joseph Williams and stands among the best people of the county socially nnd morally FAIULT RKUNICN Mrs Rebecca Coyle aged 8t years hud a partial reunion of her children and at her home on Baylors nnd flren present nil of whom made Mrs Coyle a prcsant She has 112 and dren living G living children all residing not far from the homo of their mother A K W Hand J H Coyle sons the daughters Mrs Mitry J Norris who lives with her mother Mrs James W Barber Mrs John S Bailey They hada nico dinner and tho day was spent S S CONVENTION Tho Sunday schools of Bath Co will meet in convention and conference at Salt Lick next Sunday May 26 This convention is held under the aus pices of the Ky S SIn It if All Sunday schools of Bath Co bear u pMt in it Ours is but one of a series of county I trust that ack school will be in attendance interest und zeal We want our convention to compare with tliOFt of our coun ties Salt Lick invites all to come and will entertain nil who come Exports in work from Louisville and other points wilt be present Let all attend ISAAC feiiofsc Prs s Kv S S Ui OHIO ytrl- g9 this oflice was much annoyed by somebody who hud access to time mails stealing OUTLOOKS on their way to subscriber Tho practice ens been of again re- ently and we have tested the mat er to know that the stealing in done by the mail agents or by somebody they permit to bundle tho mail Wo request every subscriber or exchange en titled to receive TUB OUTLOOK to notify us promptly when a copy of the paper fails to reach them We are evidence to makn complaint to the U S postal au thorities to have the stealing stopped It is very damaging to It newspapers for reliahil ty in business methods to have subscribers deprived of the papers in that way LONG Long Distance has run tKo line down Prickly Ash It is said that they are completing the gap in tho line between Ky and some point in West Virginia the balance of the line to Western and Eastern points being already up Some 70 to 80 of the employee were camped tho past week at the mouth of Prickly Ash4A visitor- to the camp reports them living at the top of the pot with fresh beef in a hams canned goods of all sorts and fresh vegetables la fact their fare is equal to that of a good hotel They aro running the line on the most direct and economical route buying the right of way wherever necessary Tho poles will also be used for a telegraph line Lines will bo run from the main line to Mt Sterling and like towns so it is said CIRCUIT COURT the case of the against Charles Robertson charged with the killing of Becraft in Men ifee 60 was continued until the second day of the October term The case of Chas Smith charged with the killing of John Gray at Olympia was set for the fourth day of the Outober term A judgment wab given against the Standard Oil Co for three hun dred dollars on the charge of ped ling oil without a license Some minor cases were tried deed of his land to his wife was set aside At the death of his wife the land re verts to hii heirs by his first wife The grand jury reported 26 in dictments as follows For malic ious cutting and wounding 1 malicious shooting and wounding 3 concealed weapons 4 gaming 4 assault with deadly weapons 2 shooting on public highway 1 suf fering gaming 1 selling on Sunday 9 breaking into railroad car 1 The petit jury was Friday Tho Judge finished up the busi nose and Court Satur day oiiii v F DRESS GOODS MILLINERY NOTIONS RIBBONS HOSIERY UMBRELLAS PARASOLS KID CLOVES NECKWEAR BELTS 1 Everything in ladies wear except shoes Goods sold cheap for cash Give she ofyour patronage 5r1 i57 Goodpaitcr repairing Goodpaster iThe vegetation guaranteed ElkhornWbis Owingsville LTh1ma bU1 Sharpsburg uptodate LAKE- OWlngaville doubleshovel LLATBYR0N- gooseneck icytbestnaths Everything PosvsAllsIzes Owingsvillc examination principles t PERSONAL Flemingsburg Thursday cameI SlcScri Montgomery yFrankfort Sharpsburg Goodpastcr Elizabethwent tilllrdrcnch Hughcsrilh Hazelrigg grandsons Reynoldsville preparatory Republican primaryelection Magisterial Kentucky Owingsville anyiiCASS accompanied postponed Flfliuingfiburg Lexington AoiSouth 161hl1901It mnjoritrof Representative AWhitcomb Lexington iennsyln VICnrpenter Flemingsburg LCCKFrflk OUTLOOK inahitjjaisy Philippines Iispresent DECORATIONDAT graveyard CONTRIBUTED TWOLKOGED rudimentary Reynoldsville Thursday sixmonthsold EARTHQUAKE pronounced prolonged earthquake Iccompaniest dispatches Huntington experienco concluding HAS BEAUTIFUL 01a her forMajjistrntu progressive Philippines grandchildren VlekIThcregrandchildren grcatgrauilchil grandchildren grentgrandcliil pleasantly intcrdenominationnl convontionsHnd represented neighboring Sundayschool STEALIXOOUTLOOKS complained sufficiently collecting reputation DIBTANCaTELEPH0NEThO- American Telephone- Co Georgetown prominent refrigerator Owingsville Wednesday Commonwealth FridayThe discharged adjourned Oar People Are beginning to realize the advantage of STORE AT HOME where the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES ARE GIVEN POE dlatIAYS ADDED where credit is giv en even when you pay CASH I keep a full stockof Mens Youths Boys CIDthingHats Furnishing GOOQS LADIES MISSES MENS BOYS CHILDRENS SHOES in every style and price See my new stock of LflDIES MISSES 5 CHILDRENS SLIPPERS Before you buy or you will regret it Full line of the celebrated weL DoUglas Shoes GILLON9S YOUNG PETERS On Monday Mr CrUtendeti Whitley Young nod Miis EIwl Peters drove to Ewing tOil tool the 1J3 p m train for Lexington where they boarded time fast express for Loiiuvillc At the latter city they crossed over to JefIfersonville lUll where they were wedded nt 11 oclock They to turned home by lute train Tuesday night The tTp vhS lisven THE OCT iiOkC with an hijiinciion to scirecy AiIrIIlUt isriy lYrInediv morning hut bless your soul infore nizht Moiuiny it was a familiar story to cvrryhody in town mid THE OUTLOOK people didnt tell it cither Never mindI everybndywishes the popular young couple the best thats going inthe way of happiness amid prosperity and THE OUTLOOK congratulates Mr anil Mrs Crit Young heartily The bride is the youngest of tha two daughters of Mrs Wat Peters and is a vivncious and charming young society lady She is an accomplished musician having at tended the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Tho bridegroom is tIme eldest son of Mr and Mrs Geo T Young lIe in a steady moral young business man nod a fine fellow every way Young folks and old folks all reoI joice in the consummation of their loves young dream BOARD OF HEALTH PKOCLAMATION Whereas There exit on the premises of Spencer Boyd near leynoldsville smallpox in a dangerous and malignant form and laving visited said neighborhood and in connection with Dr J MI eland having used all legal restrictions to suppress the spread of this most loathsome disease and with tho cooperation of the Fiscal Court of Bath county hue em ployed Dr Foland to take full command of the situation in tbe way of making quarantine regulations giving patients prop er medical attention lIudlip pOinting guards to keep infected persons within quarantine limits us well as preventing the obtrusion of outside parties undo whereas regulation81hae they having eluded the guards vie ited tho houses and havingcome in infectious contact with the persons erupted with smallpox at its most contagious stage and using their influence in endeavoring to have others ignore the diagnosis of the ihysicinn in charge by proclaiming said disease Cuban itch We the Board of Health of Bath Co do hereby proclaim that there will be all power within the limit of the law exercised in punishing any and all persons guilty of vio lating the statutes at our command to eradicate the loathsome disease of smallpox within Bath Co Time following aro the statutes in part bearing on this subject 4617 Ky Statutes If any person who shall willfully endeavor to spread or propagate the disease smallpox he shall be subject to TIe indicted and fined the sum of five hundred dollars or to be im prisoned for six months 4618hAny person who having reason at the time to believe him self afflicted with the disease of smallpox shall voluntarily go upon any public highway or street or any place where people are accus tomed to Collect or assemble or any one who shall knowingly aid or as slit any one thus to offend shall be in Patent Leather Vici KidCalf c Main Street-Ovingsville guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be fined not less than one hundred nor more than one thousand dollars Advising universal vaccination as a preventive of smallpox and strict adherence to our quarantine law wo respectfully submit this to the citizens of Bath Co A W WALDEN S C ALEXANDER A W VALDES Board of Illth MlCLtND j By A W WALDEN Chairman TOOK His BRtArnOno day last weeka strange gentleman came to town and called at several lawyers oIllceH but the attorneys were out Finally his practiced eye discovered the olllce next door to THE OUTLOOK iillice and this owner in He stepped- in and briefly stated his case He wns agent for a Canadian lumber company and had bought a lot of timber in this county for the com pany However the company injected it He wanted to know of tho attorney what the law was The attorney promptly turned to the statutes showed him the law on the question and wrote him four or five lines If he had been asked probtblyIdidnt ask Instead he drew out a hundred dollars and banded it to the attorney saying ho wanted him to conduct his case and if necessary to go to Canada to do it He left the attorney in a trance THK BACHELORS CHOICE Con tributedOn a sultry summer day a group of middle aged bachelors sat in the shade qf a large tree and busily chatted while the hours topIthe conversation seemed to lag and finally silence reigned over the group and all sat as if in a medita tive mood The silence was broken by one of the number asking this question Religion and health excepted what of all other things in this world would you rather pos sees One said I would be a farmer My farm would be bounded by the horizon and extended a score of times further if need be I would graze cattle on a thousand bills My sheep I would number by the thousand Wheat I would raise by thousands of bushels Corn I would raise by hundreds of acres fruits of all kinds adapted to this climate would I grow in abundance My table would be filled with all the delicacies of the season andat all times would be filled with food suited to a queens taste Wouldnt my position be an enviable one Another said I would be pres ident of a groat trust with a salary of several hundred thousand dollars a year With sucha salary I could buy almost anything that is pleasing to the eye or appetite With such a salary I could enter tain in princely style Wouldnt my position be an enviable one Another said I would be a militarychieftain A greater mil itaryman than Grant or Lee or Sheridan or Stonewall Jackson or Washington or Napoleon Bona parte would I be I would be the greatest military man of modern times My fame would be world wide I would be honored at home and abroad All my temporal wants would be supplied by my Govern ment Wouldnt my position be an enviable one- Another said I would be an of S FARMERS tYouwant the best Plows and PlowGearing VULCAN IS THE BEST CHILLED PLOW VULCAN Is the strongest and lightest rnnrilac VULCAST does tha work easier and dots It better Try the VULcIN If it dont suityou I will Riva you your money back i IstimefflorrfdiscMy BreecblngvCheckMatte Comp and see me and I will save you money EUGENE MINIHAN OWJNGSVILLEH SAM P ATCHiSON DRUGGIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCOS CIGARS ETC M D FAR I 9fSUCCESSOR TO PAXTON DENTON Ondeplaker iiter Ripnifure r t MASONIC BLBG OWINGSVILLE J L HESS FUNERAL DIRECTOR h k ficeholder A Representative in Congress would I be I would rank with Clay or Douglas or Blaine as a Parliamentarian Later 1 would twice be President of the United States the highest political honor in tho world Wouldnt my posi tion be an enviable one Another raid I would be a railroad man I would ride inapalace car on my own track from Maine toCalifornia aud from the Great Lakes to tbe Gulf A greater railroad king than Jay Gould or the Ydnderbilts would I be Wouldnt my position be an enria oneAnother aidul would be u banker Gold and silver in abun dance would I hue A bondholder indeed would I be Bonds of all tho great nations of the earth would I possess My wealth would equal that of the Bothschilds The greatest financier of the world would counsel with me Wouldnt my position be an enviable one Another said Iwould possess enough of wealth to live in com fort but instead of grazing cattle on a thousand billor entertaining in princely style or having mili tary fame or military honor or beinga railroad king or a million aire banker give me instead a good woman for a wife Gods special gift to man one who would be a helpmeet indeed one who would share all my joys and sorrows i one who would lovo me seven days out of every week and would like to love me eight and by her wisdom and love parity and patience would lead me heavenward each day Wouldnt nly position be Here his voice was drowned by ev ery one in the group shouting Yes I Yes- TRAMFS LETTIR Tuscumbia Alabama May 18th 1901My Dear OUTLooK theSunnySouthiOne Sing me a song of Dixies land That I may be happy again Oh yes I am right down herein Dixie land among the cotton fields of the Sunny South We read in Biblical lore of one of the patriIarchs that was quite a lender and considered a pretty smart man in bis day building a calf and worshiping it Now this seemed so simple I hadnt a high opinion of bill ability but the de velopments of the last few days have caused me to have a sneaking admiration of the old chap You see tbe Mrs Tramp and myself have been having some family differences over the important qua ion of who was Boss in our household For sometime she has been taking a course in Physical Culture and lately caught her several times feeling her muscles and sizing me up in n rather suggestive way So I concluded it would be healthier for me to take a little trip South We hue a small bovine specimen run ning in the yard at home and at times it is rather troublesome Tbe Mrs Tramp is rather aesthetic in her tastes and she had a few sunk flowers hollyhocks and other choice flowers planted and ilr Calf in flisted on his right to trample them So she decided to expend some of her muscle on the calfey so she put a halter on him to lead him to his place of execution Now that calfey knew a thing or two and he opened up the circus with a venge ance It was down bill and tumb ling was easy and I think now that I can return home with perfect safety So I say Hurrah for Mr Calf I worship at yourshrino- I saw a long article in a Nashville paper fart days ago telling i cL tI r 4y = 1S of the generosity of Gen icE Wheeler as a landlord how hi aid ed the poor etc YesterdayIpaId a viSit trY ttI of 1igrIIi4 Joe and talked with bis teni Wand neighbors He has eighta thousand acres in his pfaatatioa and is considered the hartluJ lord in tbe South Tenants wofwork for him when they can get any other land to cultivate Tait year he only has about two thou and acres ia cultivation the re mainder lying JqJe fop waiefhands Be always carries his Cagressional district but he has BIT er yet been able to carry his owa county in air election Mrs Wheel er was the daughter of Torn Jones1 the largest landholder and one of the wealthiest men in Alabama She first married a Mr Sherrod and he died leaving her consider J able property besides her share in l her fathers estate She then married Gen Wheelerniaking him oner of Alabamas wealthy men Tha General is a widower now with fiver children four daughters and onv sonallabout grown and all single The oldtime cotton planter knows nothing of farming outside of cotton and be has farmed hi land In the one crop for SO years without a change and yet it will bring a half bale to tin acre Plow it up with one mule one mule and Nigger to five acres ie tbe lone of work through Northern All bama is a red clay soil and responds to any effort to restore it sad Northerft farmers are coming la here and buying tbe lands at from t 5 to 25 per acre and in two years time they are raising ten and twelve barrels of corn per acre and from t 20 to 30 bushels of wheat I will say this to those who wish to leave Kentucky to better their conditio and find cheaper lands Go to Mad hon ceunty Alabama keep out of the hands of real estate dealers look for yourself and you will find cheap homes in what I consider the Eden of tbe South TKAMP i OLD HICKORY Is a standard highgrade Kentncky whisky abso lutely pure and can recommended to those seeking a stimulant formed IcInal or social use For sale by 8 s P AtchIson Owingsville Ky iiE C Perry DentIst Over Richarts storelIW HARPER Gold Medal at New Orleans 8 Gold Medal Worlds Columbian ExpollUonChl attcago 63 Gold Medal at Paris position 1900 The kind your father used still leads J W Lane Owingsville Ky lane Hazalriggt Olympian Borings K- yCORAIT1WAY TIMECARD EFFECTIVE JULY U legS Express Trains to1 Louisville txmn5teg Cincinnati Washington New York and Eastern ClUe Tixx er TXAIXS AT Pxtsrox BTAVIOX ACTBOUMO- Ko9A t9aXatti 1248pa XoMitit 1003 p WXSTBQCKD- Ko i I aacNO 2Si i i tlU3pNo X 3 7i4Dalr except Buadar Ail others daily Trains 12 and IS carry Dining car Mrrinf fMeals alacarte For Information tegaminr ratti s1p Ing car reservations cull on or addresS Agent C O RnllwajyPre ton 8UtIao- WBABSBT CBRTAV ttntnICOntVhy dont you see Dr Perry about your teeth t ici3 t O J jfi= 5 1V S i 1Pj I c vV caa fIIrj i y i= L U JXIf ti I t I Jlllr r j 2Jf a 4 owinosviile OutiooK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO Publishers OWING SVILLE i KENTUCKY A COUNTRY BOY There are lots of things In this wlle old world That I dont pretend to know t And city chaps perhaps may think That am a trifle slow Hut know fomo things Ill bt they dont 4 And would oi en their eyes to see P r the woods and fields hnve always i liccn The best of friends to me- I know where the nuts are ripe and thickJ In the beech woods dim where strawberries big and I Grow sweet red on the upland rim 1 know where the trout are gliding swift In the deep dark woodland pool And I know the finest of swimming spots t Just halfway home Irom school I know where the oriolu builds her nest t In the pasture elms so high And I know the call of a hundred birds In valley and wood an1 sky t 1 can whistle just as the robins do When the evening winds are still r And mimic the flute of the meadow t thrush And the lonely old whippoorwill k Jinow the secrets of bugs and bees And the ways of the woodfolk shy I know where the bending lilies lean To the brook that hurries by I know the haunts of every flower 1And meadow or upland sod the springs first violets white and Kwret To the latest goldenrodiI Oh books I know there are many things InI I J 4That havent come my 8IVThough I certainly mean goes To learn them too some day r But In Natures grand old book Ill read A lesson of zeal joy And I tell you she has some splendid things That she can teach a boy h M Montgomery In Farm and Home Copyright 1S99 by J B Upplncott Com pany AH rights reserved CHAPTER VICoitirlnt Thel0 little belongings of a young girl To day there were many evidences of a scene which had defeated good order A jaunty hat and bright ribbons were hastily thrown aside and the open bu reau drawers revealed dainty laces p Vand lingerie nut the eyes of the inquisitive intruder took notice of none of these things theywere riveted incsmelly to an object that lay beside a book upon the cenlertable near which stood an armchair That ob ject was a slender cigar He tool it Hp answered He knew that in the Brookin household he was the only unoker and he did not smoke slender cigars To the mind of this man ever open to suspicions and suggestions of evil that strange cigar was testimony unimpeachable It was the knife in the heart of a jealous love With inexpressible rage and with n fierce I hatred of every living thing he placed the weed in his own case Here then he reasoned hail the man described by Louise been sitting before the dawn of that fatal day here had the as 4 fIeT3tnt1oiCTled to place her arms about him and say farewell Yonder r was the window straight ahead from ie which Louise had fired Brave faith ful Louise ills heart warmed towards her despite the fact that she had fired to kill him Somewhere in that crim ton carpet was the blood of her vie tim if her aim had been true Was it true He glanced back over hit shoulder the ball would have struck the wall behind him had site missed her aim And there in the wall a little out of line it is true was a mall hole Amazed he hurriedly ex mined it The shot after nil had missed Then this donV o the active mind Why hat t man beencar TiN away if the shot failed Holbin went quickly to his own room where he secured a caudle and a powerful sun glass Holding the ltlrr over the perforation in the itlas teeing he discovered a slight red stoin Blood he whispered she did not 7nhsr Opening his penknife he carefully cut a section from the broken f plaster Whoever the man was he was struck in the head Here is the hair c1eepinVVocket the pistol which he had taken IfromLouise and examined it with the rye of an army expert Apparently puzzled he tried the depth of the hole- in the plastering with a pencil and found that the perforation was com plete He seated himself in the arm chair facing the window If Frances had been kneeling with her back to the window the face of the unknown man must have been fully exposed towerSenough to fire a bullet through the Lead of a man an inch of plaster and a lath and to carry away hair and 4 bloodthe bullet must have glanced Virom the side of the head The position of the hole indicated that the Tight side of the mans head had been struck Holbine final conclusions were that ftthestranger had been only stunned a friends could not have concealedIlls his death for no common man would have won the privileges of the nor would it have been roomI r Frances to have borne herself so ly with the memory of a murder fresh in her mind A society man is miss I ing from his club in Richmond toI I day he said aloud The mystery lovelyq I s smothered oath CHAPTER VII 5 iThe influences of established prin ciples and correct associations may t carry an ordinary man to success in V proper channels but the successful I J villain is necessarily an intellectual I being In his room Holbin gradually evolved from his discoveries the con Vclailon that he had an active enemy war at hand and that a plot was I thickening about him Yet who was jhere In Richmond that knew enough 4 UpOIthecZNwhy the enmity Two theories pre I seated themselves and only two I love for Frances Brookin and love for4 J the Brookin wealth Since it was clear that the girl had been too long 4 secluded and too recently grown to 4 fanned many friendships in Rich srlmonO evidently the money was the operaar4 thot and why Holbin labored under the immense i disadvantage of a man without inti raprIty S a5 I ii VlsV towards the fast set men classed him quickly as sporty and women looked on him with doubt People wile had at heart the interests of the latter looked even more coldly upon the debonair man of the worM The fact that he was the Ion of Mrs John Brookin was a disadvantage for society had never hell enamoured of the successor to the gentle little lady who once presided over the Ilrookin utah tion Intimates he had but friends none In his perplexity over the mys tery into which he hind been plunged Holbin turned at length to Dr llrod liar lie had seen the doctor upon rare occasions only and in some way he had understood that he was not favorably regarded by Mrx lirookin but the basis of this ladys dislikes was as lit knew not legitimate Dr llrodnar in succeeding to his fathers practice tome years before had iu a way inherited old Mr 1rookin and that individual had firmly resisted his new wifes efforts to substitute her own physician for him The doctor was a distant relative of the dead wife one of the few links which bound tIle old man to a happy past ami as people grow old they dislike new family physicians No one is quicker to recognize a straightforward honest man than one who is himself dishonest and tricky Holbin estimated lImO oar as- a clearheaded blunt impolitic fel low 1PCVOI1I1coiuprchiiiisioii of plots ami counterplots man to be used if his confidence could be gained He was most likely in a position to serve him for it was Raymonds con clusion that the shortest way to ar rive at the truth of the shooting lay in the discovery of the wounded man And if the victim were not actually Hrodnars paticit llrodnar might cas ily identify him It was a tribute to Richmonds popular physician that Holbin decided at once that tins best chance for success lay in a seeming ly frank and open statement of the main facts The doubtful point sias Louise Itrodnnr hail been present at the reading of the will when the question concerning her was asked but he concluded over hastily Itrodunr could hardly know anything about her beyond the nniiie that IntO been uttered lie determined with a gamblers quick decision to play the stake supposing that if he did not win his loss would be small lie entered the doctors office upon he afternoon of the funeral nnd presently the iloor between the inner nnd outer offices opened llrodnar tood upon the threshold looking at him At once llolbiu remarked a sin gular expression in the physicians face Afterwards he recalled that llrodnar reached back and closed the door behind him Doctor he began disregarding the others stiffness and formality 1 have to consult you on a certain matter of a private nnlure directly affect ing the family with which we both to some extent are connected Have you a few moments to spare nucT The doctors fare hind darkened percepti bly and was turned aside fora moment I am afraidIlrbe said at length that you have made a mistake am not qualified to advise you in any re spect 1 know of nothing affecting the llrookin family I suppose you refer to the Ilrookins in which we could hoc a common interest Good evening sir He turned as if to reenter the room behind him Holbin stood with an angry flush upon his face lie rec ognized instantly that a friendly serv ice from the doctor was now out of the question but service under moral compulsion might yet be had Perhaps you are right lIe said seeking to adopt the others freezing dignity And yet you may be mistak enthat is overhasty And perhaps doctor you do not realize that I am not asking a personal favor at your hands You will have to excuse me Again the doctor placed his hand upon the doorknob and prepared to depart I am then to understand said hal bin a distinct sneer in his voice that you llrookin people prefer that touching the family honor nlTairsI THIS SIR SAID HOLIIIK I If A RAGE IS INPAMOLSr passed upon by strangers I have come toyou sir with a serious matternsin duty bound The reception met with is such that for the future I shall rely upon my own judgment With a fine show of heat he took up his hat and pane and with no pretense of a bow was turning away when he felt the doctors hand laid not lightly upon his shoulder and his stern voice Explain yourself sir Unless I am much mistaken he said showing his white teeth slightly that has been the very thing you re fused me permission to do Sit down Holbin was not a man easily intimidated when conscious that he held winning cards He read the bluff doctor easily and knew that he was disturbed I must preface my remarks he be gan by the statement that I am not myinformantAre you aware then that you be come responsible should you repeat themI am aware of no such rale said Holbin at least none that applies tome in this instance I am most directly affected since the circumstances in volve the good name of Frances Brook in of whom by her fathers will I was made a lifelong protector I shall de fend her to the best of my ability but I think some of her people ought to be willing to share the responsibility It must not be forgotten that it is by no means settled that I shall accept the propositions of Mr Brookins remarkable will That I must confess had not occurred to roe said Dr Brodnar Keally It has notoccurred to you that a gentleman may not be pur chased like so much merchandise Do you mean to insinuate sir that you did not seek to marry Frances Brookin Dr Brodnar arose and the question burst from him Indignantly but restraining himself he looked to wards the inner door and lowered his voice on action that did not escape his visitors notice I insinuate nothing My mother nerhayi made request in say name o ii J2i rf J r ty lit without my knowl djj or conieni have had no chanc to decline thi alliance were fro disposed The ar rangement howeter seems to me un excellent tile and I sincerely trust that nothing has happened or will happen to defeat it In the iiflmc ofItl man what arc you driving ltO A ninn was shot night before last upon our premises and spirited away whether living or dead it is not known My informant thinks lit in livitigTWho told yon such words cmc almost as a whisper from the aslclIlhld11udur He was shot from a window while in the win ruolll which opens into the garden lie was struck on tIlt right tide of his head Jo on said the physician after a pause anti making desperate efforts to be calm Let us sec how fir this wretched informant of yours has lied lied So upon the impulse of the moment too believed Hut the fame of a woman is sacred Dr llrnd mir antI this morning went into that room tpou the wall in tilt rear a little out of line front the window to the chair in which it is said the man who was shot hall been sitting was a bullet mark On till jaggehCdgds of till utile in tilt plas tr were a few hairs and traces of blood Holbin unfolded little pad age upon till table as he spoke Plac these under a microscope and verify my statenientigain the doctor was silent lout the look he gave hi visitor was so passionately threaten lug that Holbin paused io tihagain the command wu little more than a whisper There is but one thing more upoi the table I mood this cigar laid isid without having been lit Have you finished llolbiu looVcl up uneasy and surprised Yes Now what would you have of 11110 I wish you to lundnut for me the name of the nina who was in tim room I will get you his name upon cite condition Ami that iO That you will tell me the nanu of the woman who fired thIhot Holbin could not try as lie might conceal the start these words pro voked ilo not know of any woman in the ease he said I know that you do- Dr llrodnar- Holbin sprang to his feet with well affected rage The doctor continued Only a womans tracks marked the soil under that window at dawi the morning after that shot was fired When 1 next saw the spot the tracki had been carefully obliterated limO ruqsidlycould not restrain himself Suddenly a bland smile spread over his face The fact is he said the shot was fired at me Does that surprise you Holbins face showed that it dill Thf final attack of which Mr llrookii died continued the dOlor was mo mentarily expected spent the night sitting in the poor girls room at Item request to be within call Item ol nurse asleep upon tin rug You may believe this or not Mr Holbin hut take my suggestion and if you doubt the explanation conceal your frame of mind By the way lift the lie of the box there on my table now compare the cigar that you found with those in the box You perceive tUaUlhey are exactly alike I am not accustomed to otTer proof of my statements hut 1 make an exception in your favor as you lire almost a stranger As for the pretty theory of the pistolball carrying blood and hair into the plastering it evidently springs from an overheated imagina tion Blood there is none and for the hair you will find that in all good plaster hint to conclude the matter Mr Holbin if a bullet had taken n 1hlIwOlln not withir two days and if you will examine my head carefully you will find that none of the scalp is missing The doctor lowered his heath and moved it accommodatingly front side to side Have you any suspicion as to thr name of the woman who fired thU shnlat youm7 asked Holbin sarcas tically A very strong suspicion with me it amounts now to u certainty She is a woman who dwells in the lirookin house nnd the only mystery left is how the devil did she get up to the window This time Holbins aston ishment was genuine I do not understand lIIightbucwas dimly seen in that room been another than myself Xot to be misun derstood in the matter permit me to explain that in my opinion the wom an who tired that shot was your mother Holbins first impulse was to denounce the doctor as a social duty and take the chances of a per sonal encounter but the value of the honest error into which Brodnar had fallen flashed upon him He affected to understand that the doctor was making the statement as to himsell and Mrs Brookin in a sense not to b taken as earnest but to be construed as a refusal to explain the mystery At this moment when Holbin was taking up his hat and cane to depart the doctors assistant within the rate room threw the door wide open proppctlindaged The mans back was turned towards the departing guest and he saw him but one instant Dr Brodnai hurriedly closed the door This sir said Holbin in a rage is infamous I demand the name of thai personsk your mother sir I shall have satisfaction for this Dr Brodnar I shall publish these facts Brodnar looked upon Julia with inexpressible contempt Then a grim lipsAsmust marry to obtain a fortune H you find satisfaction in blackening the name of some woman indulge yoursell as much as yon please but if you value your life dont venture to handle the name of Frances Brookin in public It I have no objection to being shot at b mistake while discharging the dutiei of a family physician I dont see why you should be rushing around trying to find some man who is not a famil S physician and who was shot with maileraforethought Take my advice Mr Holbin and the doctors voice lost yIntoHolbin left the room without a word more The physician stood a moment in deep thought The smile returned hithandsdecision he immediately sent a note tc Frances informing her that Raymond Holbin had discovered some of the facts connected with the tragedy JI assured her that she had no Tensor for apprehension and outlined his in terview with Holbin To So ContlnueJ Ft E i tS CAMPAIGN IN CHINA ficii IlinnVo Issues Ills Fnrfrrrell- llritcr KntlliiK tue American Itrllof i r Utloii Peking May OGen ChanVe nt midnight iftittmliy night issued his mlritnrdlcfAmerican troops will board the Unns next Wednesday at Takti and humimiahaytijil leave direct for Manila M Iichon the French minister left here for home Sunday morning A meeting of the foreign ministers will lie held Monday but it is not like ly that iniieh will be accomplished as KOHIO of the ministers have not yet received instructions from their home g Ihovemnmneulmeiiting upon this blame attached to them by the people for their slow ness say that as a matter of fact Ihry are powerless to act without or ders from home One of the foreign ministers told a press correspondent that he had been instructed to eo operate heartily with tin other miii inters lie found upon consultation with colleagues that their in st rite lions were absolutely different from his Consequently cooperation was practically impossible THE SERVIAN SCANDAL lltminra ot the JulienI iou or KlnR- loxntuli r nnd lliiiilxliuioiit of mesh IlruKn Ant True hittigmtnittlaiv 20 All rumors ielgarding the abdication of King ander the resignation of the cabinet and the banishment of Quee Draga gtiOtVilltexperiences of the Servian royal taut ily are declared to bo without foun dation1rof Calauene of Bucharest who was summoned with Dr Wertheim of VieniM announces that Queen Dra ga preveits all the symptoms of false or nervous pregnancy and that the rapid developments of the symptoms was brought about by till advice giv en her majesty by Dr Caulet who in urging her to lead a sedentary lift encouraged the ijiiecu in tilt opinion that silt wno enciente produced tin abnormal condition calculated to mislead both herself and Item entour ugesThe two specialists declare that Queen Uraga is suffering from nctri tis but that her condition is not se ulouisHIS WIDOW ARRESTED Mrs Minnie Ilnriirn In tlinrceil With Itnvlnur iiillly iiuuuuwlelg ot tier lliixlnindn Ilrnlli Quincy Iii May OMrs Mamie llnrncs widow of Dr Joseph Itarnes who died under suspicious circum stances at tIme insane asylum at Jack sonville a short time ago was arrest ed Sunday at Kdipa Mo by Sheriff Koth of this city and brought here Sunday mill handed over to the sher illcf Morgan county who left for Jacksonville on Sunday nights train Mr Harms who ia professional nurw was engaged in nursing a sick woman at KiUua whrn arrested She Is chargeii with huving had guilty knowledg of her husbands death She professes innocence Ferguson the Negro who is Mipposed to have administered the poison to Dr Barnes mtymin v tti il tItTuesday and taken to Jacksonville Mrs Burnt claims that sIte does not know Fer guson WORKED ON THE SABBATH 2tiuautanerJleu 1iiiler Him Arrested nt Went SiiptTlur tVihWest Superior Wis May 20 Gen ral Manager Warren of the Dnlcth Snperior Traction Co mill IS men working under his supervision were arrested Sunday charged with vio la1 ion of tin city ordinance forbid ding work on the Sabbath The ar rest is claimed to be the result of a controversy as to the east end line The company proposes to sir gin track the line mill the citizen do not want this The prisoners were admitted to hauluTime GoIilnlioroiiKli Dlxnlilril Seattle Wash Nay OThe tor peOn boat destroyer Joldsborough broke her starboard engine eccentric roil during a trial run necessitating the vessels return to her lock It was stated that the rod was tuitiOn if defective steel The Joldsborotigh had been but ten minutes on her course The next trial will talc place Wednesday Will ScnI JIIII tin Atlanta Ga May ISGov Candlcr ordered two companies of the state militia with ball and cartridc to report at Andersonville Ga for duty on May 30 This is done to preserve tinier at the famous confederate prison mill burial place of federal dead the Negroes for years having made hue Federal Decoration day an occasion of drunkenness tI1I1I disor Ocr War on IIIIH Mexico City May Olhe breaking up of the convent of tiie Carmelitu hnns in this city is believed to be the beginning of a movement by Mexico to drive out monks and nuns living III communities in disobedience of the reform laws School Mint ItrnlKiix Knoxvill Tenii May OThe president of Marysville college has resigned He wanted a Negrowhite school to protect an endowment mill a recently passed law makes mixed schools unlawful Ciiiultiiit Went SliimiiiliiK Chicago May 20it develops that Ambassador Cambon of France dur lug his visit here went slumming On returning to his hotel he said that he saw tenderloin tights that made Paris look like a cathedral town He still iiiirvives For Boer lrlm iirm Hamilton Bermuda May OXq doubt now exists as to Boer prison ers being sent to these islands Ti ill British steamer Cayo Romano is Jis charging supplies marked For Hoer Prisoners Ovation to Miirtinelll Philadelphia May Olhe reception to Cardinal Martmelli Sunday night eclipsed anything of the kind that has happened in America For hours the streets were blocked arid travel stopped by the immense crowd gathered to greet him Women Defeated Christiana May Olbe Lagthinj upper house of the Storthing by 10 to 13 votes rejected the bill pro Wing communal suffrage for women paying taxes on an intrwic of ut leo a 300 crowns ifTVVVV v T2 Kentucky Intelligence THE KUKLUX OUTLAWS Hunt for Tinin filvrn Ip Ii y the Delect vr tnkiiinvn MnnN Hotly Found Mayliing iyulziyOtihuutWright and his men who hae been making a determined ellort to eat litre the knklux outlaws of llooue Fork this courtly gave uj the chase saying it was wholly impossible to lind them owing to the dense foliage of the mountain timber The Men will return to their homes The linding of the body of tin un known man on liooues Iorkuiear scene of the big battle with the officers jiosse anti two of the outlaw gang above here created great ex citement The Inidy was found near the home of William Kentley a farmer His hndJwaK resting on the ground be low a small souruood sa ilinT to whicli he was tied with a hickory withe Although the body was lund ly decomposed three bullet holes were found in it and as it was in knklitx outlaws stronghold foul play is suspected A NATIVE KENTUCKIAN Tommy Ilrltton ti Jockey Who Killed Illirtctr In CtnrlniiullX- ViiN Horn n llcren Lexington Ky May 0 Tommy Itritton the jockey who killed him elf in Cincinnati Sunday was bunt at Ierea Ky 2S years ago and be to ride at the age of 12 for las Williams of Louisville He had rill cpi tot W II Laudcman W S Ilarnes K Itipeu ami lames Mur phy Among the tinted horses which lie rode to ictory were Proctor Knott nnd Yo Tambieii While riding Misn Dixie for Cud Iepper in Chicago in ISVI he wa thrown unit his skull fractured He will be buried here Tuesday A lj nclilmr IrtMviitril Qwstishoro Ky May2uIhiomas Malm a onearmed dwarf was rested charged ivith having criminal ly assaulted Frances Wilson S years old A physician who was called- tated that the girl hail not hell ns saultcd and this imnoimccmcnt pre xcnted a lynching The jail is Ining guarded lhe Lulcriunhlsts Unltr Hopkinsville iCyuliy 21The state convention of Kentucky tniver salists Sunday night elected the fol lowing ollicers President Rev II C Iteckett of Hopkinsville secretary Miss Fairlelgh Bowling of Croflon treasurer B F Johnson of White Ilains The next meeting will be lucId at Crofton KInuN Courier Sold for t27Su Lexington lyutrty tiu private letter received lucre confirms the sale of Kings Courier by Kingston dam Styletiue to Lord Ell Sill ln ill Kug land for i S25 The horse was hired by K Iepper at MeadowMiorp near Lexington who sold him to Vm Stivers in Kngland- Wnnt n 1nrolr fur Jim rise Frankfort Ky May 20An efforts being made to secure a parole for lames Cruse who was sent front Inlaski county for 21 years over ten years ugo for killlng a man on a Q it C passenger train Miss Ida M 1elton of Somerset ia here to ask parole Vniice Xnekoln Will Snr Lexington Ky May UOin a let ter to his parents here Vance Xuek ols indicated that he would sue the National Trotting Hora Association because of his suspension on the charge of trotting Arch YoIn a class lower than his record In Viuited in Mllivnukee Owensboro IiMay 20 V A Wanl said to be a well known crook with many aliases who is wanted in Milwaukee for grand larceny was caught at the RoOd louse Sunday morning by Officers Dawson and Slier wood They Settled Cruder London Ky May oohn Whit inorc an attache of the Catching intel shot and fatally wounded Kd Ierdec a marble cutter in the of fice of the hotel Settlement of an lId gtiaigeIict While Plaiting Louisville Ky May 20 Frederick Miller a dairyman was fishing at lilnckisons Mills on the Indiana side when he rolled front his log u corpse Death was due 1o heart failure hurllll IVItlt Muriler- I ncaster KyM May OTlwo Hiffe aged 21 was arrested charged with killing hurl Irubbs aged 17 Both an colored miTe says tho shooting was accidental Flnitiuniin Sheath radncah Ky May 20 Hurley Ten Itins a flagman on the Illinois Cen tral was run over mill killed while trying to board the caloose of his train at Illsley Ky Kentucky Doctors to Meet Louisville Ky May 20Ibe an nual meeting of the Kentucky State Medical society will be lick here May 2 2 1 mill StoeL Farm Sold Versailles Ky May 20 Anthony thy of New York sold time Klliott tuck farm 410 acres seven miles lorth of this city to Nathaniel lIar ris Versailles banker for SllSOO Kill d lip Train Ilitler Ky May IInseph Orr urns struck by a passenger train near Iorningviev and instantly killed IN OTHER COUNTRIES The experiment of tobacco growing in Ireland is now meeting with suc cessThe French minister of public works has published some statistics which show that during 1900 no less than 50 048 boats of various sizes were at work on the Seine The boats carried 10 000000 tons of merchandise of which 649037 tons were used in Paris An old horn snuff box once belonging to Sir Francis Drake possibly the one which he used at Plymouth Hoe during his famous game of bowls has just been sold for J310 shillings in London The snuff box is a quaint old relic bear lag the coat of arms of Sir Francis with his name on the lid A German expert in the east points out that as time goes on more and more men arc required to coerce China into doing the will of another power The opium war required only 4000 Euro peans the AngloFrench war against the Chinese 16000 and 4800 Indians The Japanese needed 95000 men and 115000 coolies and today we find 90 men of war and almost 150000 men at fromthe t c WESTERN CANADAS DECEM BER WEATHER EQUAL TO THAT OF MAY IN MINNESOTA To the Editor Thomas Began and C Collins of Eden Valley Minnesota went out to Western Canada last December as Ode gates to look over the grazing and grain lands that arc being ottered at such low prices and reasonable terms This is what they say VearrIvedinCalgaryahout the 20th December and although we limit left winter in Minnesota and Manitoba we were surprised to find beautiful warm weather at this point quite equal to what we have in May in Minnesota There was no snow nor trace of winter to be seen and the climate was really splendid Horses cattle and sheep were running out in prime condition with plenty of feed on the prairie and really better than that of ours stabled in the Kouth We arc impressed with this country as one of the finest mixed farming countries we have ever seen The immense tracts of fertile lands well sheltered and abundantly wa tered leave nothing to be desired Leaving Alberta we returned cast and visited the Yorkton district in Assiniboin We drove out about ten phighlyleasedgrain we were able to sec wheat yield ing 25 bushels oats bushels Roots were also good specimens From what we have seen we have decided to throw in our lot with the Yorktoners satisfied that this part of the comm try will furnish good opportunities for anyone anxious to make the best of a really good country Any agent of the Canadian Government whose advertisement appears elsewhere in the columns of your paper will give you full particulars of the new ills tricts being opened out this year in Assiniboia and Saskatchewan Yours truly OLD READER aSTAYS IN JAIL FOR SPITE rennorlvnnln Court In Aftkeil to Expel a Slulitiom Old Maui from Vrlmiu Tames Gannon OS years old infirm and grayheaded declares that you cant make a man leave a jail if he doesnt want to He has been in the county jailat Scranton Pa since 1S94 and now says he wont leave The question that Is concerning the authorities is Can a free man be forced to leave a jail reports a local exchange The old man was sent there seven years ago for refusing to sign a deed disposing of his own property He was accused of contempt lie deI dared he would never sign A bill was passed giving county officers the right to sign deeds of transfer and Scranton breathed free again But Gannon wont budge out of jail Ive got used to jail life mind I like Itmitl he I guess I wont leave Ill spite them all Then habeas corpus proceedings were started Cannon refused to sign the petition Sow ScrantonI wants somebody to conic with a scheme to get a man out of sail against his wishes VSouth Dakota Farina justissumdcouuttrybetwtena fection heretofore unprovided with rail reaehetlbyt St Paul lly Everyone contemplating a change of location will he interested in the information contained in it and a copy may be had by sending a twocent stamp I1tCbicagoeoannnlneaN Ilrpnrtee Strange Lady Whats the price of this iron bedstead Dealer Tnelve dollars mailim How much 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tint 1EitituSes It Is the brains haw planlH the fsclast a pfrtrri model anOkaoleizerake no ubttltutr In on basins W U Ivnigla shoeS with rime DOlIeDl1I A VLDUUGLA8llruekOD I t I LONG ISLAND I if The Ideal Summer Resort THE ONLY SECTION ON THE COAST IlECEIVINGV JFULL BENEFIT OF THE COOL SOUTH WINDS OF SUMMER IN CLOSE TOUCH WITH NEW YORK CITY TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CONNECTION WITH ALL PARTS OF THE ISLAND FAST AND FREQUENT EXPRESS TRAIN SERVICE J1 ROADBED CINDER BALLASTED AND OILED NEW YORKS ONLY SEACOAST 250 MILES ON OCEAN SOUND AND BAYIUNEXCELLED CONDITIONS FOR SAILING BATHING AND FISHINGV Ti GOOD AIR GOOD WATER GOOD ROADSI i For list of cottages in all sections of the island or other information address i I LONG ISLAND RAILROAD CO I I H M SMITH H B FULLERTOIitVI General Passenger Agent Special Agent Pus I Offices Long Island City N Y Deptr r i K cr 1I Malch- Str rls theMeal If You use a- WICKLESS BLUE FLAME 01 Io e Muss If your dealer does not keep them write to the nearest agencyofA STANDARD OILCOA A 4 r Y w 1 Ii 11 l I S I I ttR I rI A ll I v jir tCRISIS HAS PASSED z1r McKinley Able to Sit Up Awhile Sunday Evening Ac prOntlo Inc linn Hern DocMrU 1rcIdentJke l v 1 Mart the n 4 1 rt tloiinl Cniiltal t i ri feah Francisco May 20tlrs Me imlJtolublu to nit up nivhile This welcome ifWri5 lreshhntIinjr word cjme down stairs that Mrs ilcKinlcy was sitting up The presi dent at once asked to be excused and hurried to the sick room Th caused by Saturday nights 1lillletin stating that Mrs McKiu was higher was ilispellrtl at 10 oVlock Sunday morn inr when Secretary Cortelyou an Jiouiicfil that bhe hat jiassed a cotii tforfnble night and that the slight fever noted Saturday uiijlit hal sub shied The jircsMent did not attend rliurcli but remained at home nearly nil day only Kuiiif out for a short valk just bufore noon There were many Utters at the Scott residence Sunday There was a general feeling that the crisis had been passed + mid that Mrs McKinley would con linue to gain strength Xo definite date has yet been decided upon as to wlien the president will start for i hopedcvl trsrvH within a fev lays i bt4 i morningleftI sielc daughter rAt 010 p m Secretary Cortelyou l gave out the following bulletin 1B VA Mrs McKiideys physicians report layi1 President McKinley is in receipt of cnblegrams from the king anti queen of Knglaml President toubctl- f1 of Prance and many other Kuropean jxHentatej inquiring as to Mrs Me t Kinleys condition it Among the callers Sunday on Pres S ident Mclxinley was Calvin S Titus = the first American soldier to mount r returnedLv 3 i THESTRIKE ENDED tofthe JIrnt Cur In Allmny Sunday AVrnn the Cnunr uf n oIentoustrntlouf j Allwny X Y May 2orltc street vi railway officials and the strikors eame to an agreement Saturday the hitter practically gaining all de lusnds The incidents of Sunday the first 1ny of actixc operations of all the t railway Jincs affected by the great i lCJio Javc been few because of the 1 heavy fall of rain The two men ikL14Vuried Sunday afternoon but the t IOtIthtg rain kept away the thou tnulof sightseers that otherwise IIIl liare marked the occasion with 1t woo jircseiicc The departure of this i5d regiment early Sunday morning 18 tliq second feature of the day mill stirring sermons in many city pulpits aided in dosing the incident t The funcrat ot Leroy Smith witsU devoid of incident except that it was Stiemled by city officials and directors ofthiestreet railway people At the t Omeral of William Walsh there was It c aiearly n riot While the services s i were proceeding in the church the rrowd that had been unable to gain- S admission saw n uniformed soldier i J oIl lnz down the street Instantly4 the peoplewere in n state of ferment A rush was made for the unlucky M lier but a few wise heads held thecroxvd back for a minute while r hereral others advised the man to run 9 i REFINING PETROLEUM t Wet6n Uowland the Discoverer of t 4tbe 3lelho Died In Fair 4 haven Mfti c u Fair Haven Mass Jtay 20 Weston flowland the discoverer of the raeth qclof refining petroleum died Sun lisy night aged S6 In 16GO he tried his experiments with petroleum which hall just been found in Pennsylvania In large quantities and was about to e give up the problem By accident he solved the secret of refining and con Vineed that iietrolciim was to be the 04 oil bf the future he established a fate 0 fortuneT1 Mull Box IloliUcr Sentenced1 t t SiiieinnpU May JSlrentice Tiller jYmJ McDowell alias Grant pleaded i jMpuilty to the charge of robbing wail uIoxes and were sentenced by United States ludge Thompson Tiller gets five years and McDowell three years i f l vat hard labor in the penitentiary q t fPerolrum In Mexico Ji JMcxicc City May DThe govern inent has granted a concession for q boring for petroleum in various parts of the republic exempting the tenc1i and niacliihery is grunted 4 4 Death of 3lcbacl IIlRKlim 4 Kansas City Mo May 20 Michael n1J Higgins night chief of the West J er Union Telegraph Co died hero Sunday of Brights disease Mr lug t gins came here from Corry Pa 10 JlJCA li years ago Their Demand Declined 1 AVilkenbarrc Pa May OThe Tc- St hiph Valley railroad and the Cen t tral railroad of New Jersey have I e t Itiedirmed to grant the machinists ycinplpyed in their shops here a nine i 1 hour day and the men went out sv 1 Monday About 3400 men are af l C I feted ai Sickles m Candidate Xeyr York May 17Daniel K Sickles is n candidate for commander f C 4j hiSliief ofthe Grand Army of the Ito i f A9ItaiJtbe encampment to be held 0 in September Moral nnd Blnknclatl Support 4Chicago May OThe Chicago Fed rration of Labor Sunday uight inJ 4 flbrscdJhe demands of time Interrih 1 lional STSsbciatiou of MachinistS and f f i pligedils morai and financial sop pirt during the struggle which theto A9macbhKtsTviIl inaugurate Monday ifo Gen Bate and Grant Arrive 1 SanlFnineiscb lISorhe trans r VriShieriflan arrived from Muuiln f via 2asasiki with Gens John 0 fJUnifS aril Fred D Grant 60 ofticers Jij und 1S23 enlisted men of tIll 43th r aiii plU infantry f 4 J t Srt i t ie11 r t tso iTaaLT1I1ijll1 i b3 4 PHENOMENAL RECORD Howr n llrljslit Northern Hoy with Southern S iiinntlilfK Ililllt- Vp n 1IIK llimluriiH The eleventh annual United Confed erate Veterans reunion which will Ill Mir at Memphis Teiin May 2 S 20 and 30 promises to be one of the most unique gathering in till history of the association Ntlro of men of national reputation will participate iu the ex ercises planned by tin various com mittees hut among all of thfiii none will be entitled to more consideration than Mr P P Van Veet president ol the Van VleplManstiehl Drug Co iii Memphis whose endeavors to bring the reunion to Memphis wort backed by a cash subscription of o and whoso career ill UII es most forcibly what a resolute ambitious boy ran accomplish ill this country of ours Mr Van Vlett was born in Kalama zoo Mich in ISVl t lit lineal iltseriid ant of out of four brothers who mail grated from Amsterdam Holland in 100 and toolc part ill affairs tin Man hattan island long before the Kuglish invaded New Amsterdam After grad natlug from Kalaniaoo college young Van Vlcet with ollh n few hundred dollars in his pcktiast his lot in the south with whose political aspira tions he antI his father hail always been in sympathy landing at Memphis for the first time in May 1ST1 Shortly afterward he tccured a position with P P VAN VLKET the once prominent drug house of G V Jones Co utah has since been identified closely with the social and business life of Memphis In 1S79 he became half owner of the Tones drug house and in 1SSI established the linn of Van Vleet Co In ISUf he pur chased the Mansfield Drug Co which he consolidated with his own business forming the Van led Mansfield Drug Co the largest hushus of its kind in the south and the largest jobbers of quinine in the United States The offices of the company will be confed crate headquarters during tin coming reunion and Mr Van Vleet is chair man of the committee on entertain ment of general otlicers Mr Van Vleet is one of the busiest men imaginable and yet he is always accessible to those who call whether on errands of business politics reli gion or benevolence His courtesy is unfailing and is a marked characteris tic of an unusual man The home life of Mr Van Meet ia ideal He lives in a stately home Chiet ohahon the hill on Poplar IIl1dIac cessories that travelart nnd good taste can supply His wife is a laugh ter of Maj A X McKay known to southerners as one of JncRsons gal hint Indian fighters Two daughters and a son complete a family circle which in genuine happiness and con tentment has few equals even in the south the laud of happy homes FIRST PAPER MACHINE Fourilrlnler Machine First Intro duced In SaaKertfe Xew York Iu 1SS7 Saugerties is proud because the first paper machine used in America was made in that village This is what the laper Trade Journal says about it The nineteenth century will always be remarkable in the history of papei Earl3inicr machine was introduced to thfi country at Saugerties X V while the cylinder machine as to the invention of which there are conflicting claim on behalf of British and American inventors came into use in this country about ten years earlier The Fourdrin ier machine has been improved in al most all its details by United States builders until now the high speed ma chine jaade in this country holds the rectrd the world over It has demon strated its ability to make 580 feet of paper a minute and keep it up and there are builders today who expect that in the not far distant future that speed will be very largely increased Caught n VliKe Mtmlirnt George Archer Brown whose house is close to the Canogii marshes in the town of Fayette Seneca ronty X V has in his possession a white muskrat Like the white dier the white robin the white black biro this is a very rare animal tra dition having it that but ono be fore has one been seen in central lllptureding time highwllter period 11111 the submerged Montezuma narxhes where it had been drowned out of its usual haunts by the flood He succeeded in capturing it IiilUdvalues it highly It differs from the roniiiiou imKkrat only in color liar lug instead of a ruddy or Jark brows fur almost a pure white IIiIIIM Copitlj Liitrlieon The little granddaughter of Afr and Mrs Brown of Kmporia Kau swal towed n bill a few JIIrt ago Mrs Drown had received two iO hills in a letter and had laid them on a table It her while she read the letter The little girl came in picked up one of the bills and began to chew it amid swallowed nil of it except the corner stniimpeilThis itblltas the government retjuircd the num ber of the bill a Lniid nltalo in Clijun Agricultural land in China is di vided into three classes each class paying a different rate Firstclass ands are in fertile valleys with a good depth of soil and a good water supply producing annually two crop caneSecondclassited higher up the slopes of hills and have nor such n good water supply as time first class The thirdclass lands IligberJopetom Mjjttr supply ABOUT AMUSEMENTS Dr Talmage Lays Down Some Guiding Principles lloir to Decide AVlictlirr Any fleece iitlon In Illclit r AVrtiiin Spurt a Ilrnnii XI nn Kml Vnm- liilf to YUIIIIK lieu CopyrlEht 1J01 b Louis KIopscli N T I inI This discourse of Dr Talmage is bilnritisrSamuelIand play before us There are two armies encamped by the pool of Oibeon The time hnngs heavily on their hands One army proposes a gala f sword fencing Nothing could be more helpful and innocent The other army accepts the challenge Twelve men against 12 men the sport opens lint sonic thing went adversely Perhaps one of the swordsmen got an unlucky j clip or in some way lanai his ireI nroilscland that which opened j sport fulness ended in violence cataj taking his contestant by the hinii- anal with the sword thrusting him ii the side so that that which opened ii innocent fun ended in the massacre of all the 24 sportsmen Was there ever a better illustration of what was true then is true now that which is innocent may be made destructive What of a worldly nature is more impvant and strengthening and in nocent than amusement anti yet what has counted more victims I have no sympathy with n Straitjacket religion This is a vety bright world to me and I propose to do all 1 mae to male it bright for others I never could keep step to a dead march A book ears ago issued say that Christian man has a right to sonic amusements Kor instance if he comes home at night weary from his work and feeling the need or recrea tion puts on his slippers mill goes into his garret mill walks lively around the floor several times there can be no harm in it I believe the church of God made a great mistake in trying to suppress the sportful ness nf youth and drive out from men their love of amusement If Goal ever implanted anything in us he im planted this desire lImit instead of providing for this demand of our na lire the church of God has for tile main part ignored it As in a riot the mayor plants a battery at the end of the street and has it fired off so that happlIIrange welt as the bad so there are men in the church who plant their batteries of condemnation and fire away mills criminately Everything is con demned Hut Paul the apostle com mends those who use the world with out abusing italltl in the natural world Jod has done everything to please and amuse us In poetic fig Inres we sometimes speak of natural as being in pain but it is a mere fancv Poets say the clouds weep hilt they never yet shied a tear and that the winds sigh but they never till have any trouble and that the storm howls hut it never lot its temper The world is a rose and the universe a garland Mid I am glad to know that in nil our cities there are plenty of places where we may find elevated moral en tertainment Hut all honest men and good women will agree with me in the statement that one of the worst things in these cities is corrupt amusement Multitudes have gone down under the blasting influence never to rise If we may judge of what is is going on in ninny places of amusement by the pictures on board fences and in many of the show win dows there is not a much lower depth of profligacy to reach At Naples Italy they keep such pictures locked tip from indiscriminate inspection Those pictures were exhumed from Pompeii and are not fit tor pub badIimproper advertisements of what they are doing night by night grows worse in the same proportion in 50 years some of our modern cities will beat Pompeii I project certain principles by which you may judge in regard to any amuse ment or recreation finding out for yourself whether it is right or wrong 1 remark in the first place that you can judge of the moral character of any amusement by its healthful result or by its baleful reaction There are people who seem made up of hard facts They are a combination of multiplication tables and statistics If you show them an exquisite picture theyvihl begin to discuss the pig ments involved in this coloring If you show them a beautiful rose they will submit it to a botanlfcal analysis which is only the postmortem examination of a flower They have no rebound- In their nature They never do any thing more than smile There are no great tides of feeling surging up from the depths of their soul in billow after billow of reverberating laughter They seem as if nature had built them by contract and made a bungling job out of it Hut blessed be God there ire people in the world who have bright faces and whose life is a song an anthem a paean of victory Even their troubles are like the vines that crawl tip the side of a great tower on the top of which the sunlight sits and the stilt airs of summer hold perpetual carnival They arc the people you like to have come to your house they are people I like to have comet 0 my house If you lint touch the hem of their gar ments you arc healed Now it is these cxhilarant and sympathetic and warmhearted people that are most tempted to pernicious amusements In proportion as a ship is swift it wants a strong helmsman in proportion as a horse is gay it wants a stout driver and these people of exuberant nature will do well to look at the reaction of all their amuse meats If an amusement sends you home at night nervous so that you cannot bleep and you rise up in the morning not because you are slept out but because your duty drags you from your slumbers you have been where you ought not to have ben There are amusements that send a man next day to his work with his eyes bloodshot yawning stupid nauseated and they are wrong kinds of amusement Thy are entertainments that give a man disguit with time drudgery of life with tools because they are not swords with working aprons because they are not robes with cattle because they are not infuriated bulls of the arena Ifamy amusement sends you home longing for a life of romance and thrilling ad venture love that takes poison and shoots itself moonlight adventures and hairbreadth escapes you may depend upon it that you are the sacr Iced victim of unsanetified pleasure Our recrealipuj are intended to build J us up and if they pull us down as to our moral or us to our physical strength you utmaytommie to the con clusion that they mare obnoxious There is nothing more depraving than attendance upon amusements that are full of innuendo mimi low sug KOstion The young man enters tIfirst he sits far back with his hat on sail his coat collar up fearful that somebody there may kiuw him SIIcral nights pass on He takes off lila bat earlier and puts his coat collar down The blush that first came into his cheek when anything indecent was enacted conies no more to his cheek Farewell young utah You have probably started on the long road which maths in consummate destruc lion The stars of hope will go out one hone until yon will be left in litter darkness Henr you not the rush of time maelstrom in whose outer circle your bo t now dances making merry with the whirling waters Hut you are being drawn in and the gent he motion will become terrific agita tion You cry for help In vain You pull at till oar to put you hack but time struggle will not avail You will he tossed and dashed and shipwrecked and swallowed in the hiripool that has already crushed ja its wrath 10 001 hulks Young nwrf who have just come from country residence to city JrllarolIIcitien offers to show a newcomer all around Still further these amusements are wrong which lead you into expendi tures beyond your menus Money spent in recreation is not thrown away It is all folly for us to come feehiiigtiat allIworth more than the transaction that yielded you hun dreds of thousands of dollars lint how many properties have been rid died by costly amusements cityitas a mere lad I stopped at a hotel and I remember in the eventide one of these men plied me with his infernal art He saw I was green lie wanted to show me the sights of the town He painted the path of sin until it looked like emerald but I was afraid of him I shoved back from tIme has silislI made up amyimtiiid lie was a basilisk I remember how he wheeled his chair round in front of me and with a concentered and diabolical effort attempted to destroy my soul hilt there were good angels in the air that night It was no good resolution on my part hilt it was the all encompassing grace of a good God that delivered me Beware beware 0 young man There is a way that seemeth right unto a man but the end thereof is death The table has been robbed to pay the club The champagne has cheat ed the childrens wardrobe The ca roumsing party has liurneal up the boys primer The tablecloth of the corner saloon is ia debt to the wifes faded dress Excursions that in a day mimic a tour around n whole months wages ladies whose lifetime business it is to go shoppinglnrgc bets on horses have their counter parts in uneducated children bank ruptcies that shock tIlt money market and appall the church and that send drunkenness staggering across the richly figured carpet of the man sion and dashing into the mirror anti drowning out till carol of music with the whooping of bloated sons come home to break their old mothers heartI a beautiful home where the bell rang violently late at night The son hail been off in sinful indul graces His comrades were bringing him home They carried him to the door They rang the bell at one oclock in the morning Father and smother eame down They were wait ing for time wandering son and then the comrades as soon as time door vas opened threw the prodigal head long into the doorway crying There he is as drunk as a fool Ha lia When men go into amusements Jhat they cannot afford they first Borrow what they cannot earn nndI then thl steal what they cannot borrowFirst they go into embarrass ment and then into lying and then into theft anti when a man gets so far as that he does not stop short of the penitentiary There is not a prison in the land where there are not victims of unsanetified amusements Merchant is there a disarrangc ment in your accounts Is there a leakage in your money drawer Did riAhtIyoung man in your store wandering off into bad amusements The salary you give hut may meet lawful expend itures but not the sinful indulgences in which he has entered and lie takes h theft that which you do not give him in lawful salary I go further and say those are uno Christian amusements which become the chief business of a mans life Life is an earnest thing Whether we are born in a palace or hovel whether we are aflluent or pinched we have to work If you do not sweat with toil you will sweat with disease You have a soul that is to be transfigured amid the pomp of a judgment tiny and after the sea has sing its last chant and the mountain shall have come down in an avalanche of rock you will live and think and act high on a throne where seraphs sing or deep in a dun geon where demons howl In a world where there is so much to do for yourselves and so much to do for others God pity that man who has nothing to do Your sports are merely means to an end They are alleviations and helps The arm of toil is time only arm strong enough to bring up the bucket out of the deep well of pleasure Amuse ment is the only bower where business and philanthropy rest while on their way to stirring achievements Amuse meats are merely the vines that grow about the anvil of tcil and the blossom iug of the hammers Alas for the man who spends his life in laboriously doing nothing his days in hunting up lounging places and loungers his nights In seekingsome gaslighted fool cry The man who always has on his sporting jacket ready to hunt for game in the mountain or fish in the brook with no time to pray or work or rend is not so well off as the greyhound that runs by his side or the fly bait with which he whips the stream A man who does not work does not know how to play If jod had intended us todonothingbnt laugh He would not have given us shoulders with which to lift and hands wIth which to work and brains with which to think The amusemerts of life are merely the orchestra playing while the great tragedy of life plunges through its five acts infancy childhood manhood old ageSmind death Then exit the last earthly opportunity Enter the over whelmiiyj faUUev of an ettrual nvrldl I go further andsay that ell those niiHiaeincnts are wrong which Uudinti bad company ff you go to any placi where you have to associate with tin intemperate vi ith the unclean with the abandoned hinirtuer trail they mav- be dressed in the 1171I11C Cod quit IL They t ill despoil your nature Th will undermine your moral character dijto support your children when you are dead They will weep not one ttai at your burial had a friend in the WIsta rare friend lie was of the first to wel come me to my new home To tine per sonal appearance he added a generos ity f ran knessRiid ardor of nature that made lilt lit him like a brother Im I saw evil people gathering iiroiuul him They eta lime up from the sa nit from the gambling hells They lulled him with a thousand arts They seized upon his social nature and he could nut stand the charm Th drove him on the rocks like a shipfull winged shivering Oil the breakers I used to admonish him I would say Xow wish you would quit those bad habits and become a Christian Oh lIe would reply would like to hilt I have gone so fir I dont think there is any way hack In his moments of re pentance he would go home and take his little girl of eight years and em brace her convulsively and tIer liar with adornnicntsandstrewaround hei pictures and toys tumid everything that could make her happy and then as though hounded by an evil spirit In would go out to the inflaming cup and the house of shame like a fool to the correction of the stocks was summoned to his deathbed hastened entered the room I found everylayput out my hand He grasped it ex citedly and said Sit down Mr Tal mage right there I sat down lie aid1lst night I saw my mother who has been dead fur 20 years aural she sat just where you sit now It was no dream I was wide awake There was no delusion in the matter I saw her just as plainly as I see you Wife I wish you would take these strings off me There are strings spun all around my hotly I wish you would take theni off me I saw it was delirium Oh replied tIme wife my dear there Is nothingIhueIIcsit Mr Talmage my mother sat She said to me Henry I do wish you would do better I got out of bod put my arms around her und said Moth er I want do better Wont you help me to do better Wont you help me No mistake about itl1U delusion I saw her the cap and apron and the spectacles just as she used to look 20 years ago Hut I do wish you would take these strings away They annoy youtakeprayed conscious of the fact that ht did not realize what I was saying I gut up I said Goodby I hope yon will be better soon He said Good by goodby That night his soul went up to the nod who gave it Arrangements were made for the obsequies Sonic said Dont bring him in the church he is bringliiiiiwhile he was alive and I shall stand by him now that he is dead Iring him to the church As I sat in the pulpit and saw hit body coming up through the aisle felt as if I could weep tears of blood I told the people that day This nina had his virtues and a good many ol tuna He had his faults and a good many of them But if there is a mar in this audience who is without inlet him cast the first stone at this cuf fin lid On one side the pulpit sat that little child rosy sweet faced a beautiful as any child that sat at your table this morning warrant you Sh looked up wistfully not knowing the full sorrows of an orphan child Oh her countenance haunts me to day like some sweet face looking up on us through a horrid dream On the other side of the pulpit were the men who had destroyed him There they sat hard visaged lsomc of them pale from exhaust ing disease some of them trashed until it seemed as if the tires of iniquity flamed through the cheek and crackled the lips They were the turn who had bound him hand and foot They hind kindled the fires They had poured the wormwood and gall into that orphans cup Did theyweep Xo Dill they sigh repentingly No Did they say What a pity that such a brave man should be slain XII no not one bloated hand was lifted to wipe away a tear from a bloated cheek They sat and looked at the collin like vultures gazing at the carcass of a lamb whose heart they had ripped out I cried in their ears as plainly as I could There arc a God and a judg ment day Hit they tremble Oh no no They went back from the house of God and that night though their victim lay in Oakwood cemetery I was told that they blasphemed and they drank and they gambled and there was not one less customer in all the houses of iniquity This destroyed man was a Samson in physical strength hilt Delilah sheared him and the Philistines of evil companionship dug his eyes out and threw him into the prison of evil habits Hilt in the hour of his death he rose up and took hold of the two pillared curses of God against drunkenness and nncleanli ness and threw himself forward unti down upon him and his companions there came the thunders of an cterna catastropheAgain amusement that gives you a distaste for domestic life is bad How many bright domestic circles have been broken up by sinful amusements The father went off the mother went off the child went off There mire today the fragments before me of blasted households Oh if you have wandered away I would like to charm you back by the sound of that one word home Do you not know that you have but little more time to give to domestic wel fare Do you not see father that your children are soon to go out into the world and all the influence fox good you arc to have over them you must have now Death will break in on your conjugal relations and alas if you have to stand over the grive of one who perished from your neglect Ah my friends there ian hour coming when our past life will probably pass before us iu review It will be our last hour If from our death pillow we have to look back and see a life spent in sinful amusement there will be a dart that will strike through our soul sharper than the dagger with which Virginius chew his child Time memory of the past will make us quake like Macbeth The in iquities and rioting through which Wt have passed will come upon us weird and skeleton as Mejf Merrilies Death the old Shylock will demand and take the remaining pound of flesh and tin remaining drop of blood and upor our last opportunity for repentance and our last chance for Heaven tb mrtain will foreier drop 7t ONE OF WOMANS FAILINGS Her ItrrklrwH IHuuupii1 air Pln n SIu- lfcr fit Circa Coueim to n M nmtilt lliir Womans proncncss to stick a pin wherever convenient has proved a serious matter to one steamship com pany says the New York Sun The line decided some time ago to place the must modern airfilled mattresses in the births of the best rooms on two of its biggest hips Itecently the stew arils were kept busy at the completion of each trip with blowing up with air dozens of mattresses that cot lapsed from some unknown cause It 11 the ollietals of the lines some InXrs to discover the cause of the fail nre of the mattresses to maintain their sir jaer condition Hat puts breast everykianuvaichief One advantage of these mat tresses sinaI the manufacturer was that theyterre intended as life pre severs or small rafts should the emergency arise Give me a decent sized hat pin if you want to see one knock the ambition out of the average lifepreserver that depends upon air The women tourists simplystabbed those ma tresses to death The steamship company now has this notice attached to the door ol every stateroom Please do not stick pills in the berth cushions and mattresses Pins are injurious to them 1 N pictured as a ItOmlnIhoillinia pair of apothecarys dont knnir lout it would be manifestly ab siinl to represent her as nn iceman with an icemans scales Philadelphia Times MAHKET UKlOUT Cincinnati May 18 CATTLE Common 2 73 y 4 IS Extra butchers 4 90 a o CALVES Extra 7 00 tf 7 J3 1I0t Seleetshippers ft 3 03 Mixed packers 5 SO tf 3 0- 0SlhEElxtra 4 00 il 4 15 FMliSSpring 4 5O ji C ILOLK Spring pat 3 80 4 10 jOyrOJxxu 31JIYEhAYCu timothy fT14 7- 5itIIKFnxuiily 15 LAUD Steam 0271- 1lIU1TJJCh 3 dairy j 13 20JAPPLESPOTATOES Per brl 1 C5 7 1 75 TOMACCO New j5 7114 00 Old sto tijoso- Chicago KIOUIJ Win patent 3 SO 3 J- OWIIITX 2 red 7JJNo red 70 CO UN No 2 444t1 4S OATS No 2 tju 3- 0llYlNo 2 Ii 52 IOUIC Mess 14 75 cti1J- OJlmStcnn S 10 w S 21 New York FLOUR Win patent 3 65 ft 4 00 WHEAT No 2 realuCOUN s No 3 mixed ft 50 1SNo 2 mixed f1j 331k UYE ji C- O1OUK 2 Familv 1000 glG 50 LAUD Steam S 40 fluitiamai- cVl1GTNo 2 red 754I 7S Southern 70 y 7li4- COUN No 2 mixed 4S JiI 4S OATS No 2 mixed 31 i il CATTLE Butchers 3 00 a 5 33 HOGS Western 0 23 fj 6 30 IOtllKvltlc- FLOIU Win patent 4 50 4 Wl IKAT No 2 red COUN Mixed lISOATS Mixed ri 31 PORK Mess ol4 00 LARD Steam t S Iiiillniinpnlin WHEAT No 2 red 721 JOATSrn CURE VALUABLE GROSBEAR EGGS Four I llnrn Kncli llrrrlveit liy a haute linl Who Caiich Some or tin Hints Last February when the tempera ture held at zero for a week at a lime and the snow was fullng every other day Hector Stillborn aged 15 set horsehair snares about Ida home and caught more than two dozen pine fcIIii kept the hints in n large open anal welllighted room at the rear of the barn and frd them on seeds and refuse fruit While the weather lon tinned multI the biriN were most Iin March several pairs mated built hyIspecimens l1ltn the spriiig weather came and caused the birds to have convulsions from which nearly onehalf died Finding that he would be unable to keep his pets through the summer young Sail horn liberated the surr vivors allowing them to go north and teek more congenial temperature The boy has received an offer of four dollars for every pine grosbeak egg he could spare He at once shipped 30 to the Boston naturalist who wished to complete a collection of rare eggs anti a few days ago he received u check for 120 If next winter proves to be cold enough to drive the grosbeaks to Maine the boy can see a big fortune on easy terms IllIlnl to PT Any Price morethanticleeen thouir it be remarkably good to send me sonic of your Lotion I am Imaveheard ietmontoHolonLotioaSoapYou Cnn Get AlleiT FootEnsc FHEU LeroyXEase a powder to shake into your shoes It cures chilblain sweating damp swollen aching feet It makes Norm or tight shoes eass A certain cure for Corns and 15uu ious All druggists and shoe stores sell it25c Sniiifivlinl Different The Grocer I understand you sail I sold you a jug of cider that hal water in it The Butcher You have been min formed What I said was that you void ciderinIrlvntc hulling Card Private Mailing Card with colored views St1tmilMillerieimcril MrSchnoreryou sure Ye jtat overheard him taking a nap Philadelphia Tunes Pisos Cure is tIme hiest medicine we ever andlmmnsaViiFtb 10 1000 i Doat talk to a liaise man for the chances are that he wont know a thing you said when you are through Atrhisou Globe t The obese man has no friends in a crowd ed street car Chicago Daily News It is a good deal easier to become a hero than to stay one Puck Tis sweet to kitsso is Kisme Gum to chew Prosperity spoils nobody who uses it properly or Infants axi Children arsUseFor ily Years The Kind You Have Afways Bought 7 City w nlI tbeI riNCH ESTERGUN CATALOGUE FREE Tells all about Winchester Rifles Shotguns and AauMiitfei Send name and address on a postal now Dont delay if you are interested H WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO WINCHESTER AVENUE NEW HAVEN CONN on tho bowels outmoutli nimplpains after eating liver mallow nod Whenyour dont cutco to cam or P 2 t i j i GEA JOE Says of Pcruna I Join Senators Sullivan and McEnery In thcfr good opinion ofPeruna as an cf- fective catarrh remedy i 114 j Must acer of eri to take as sugar FOR IUOUSES loft AUSW FOR uvI21u 4- In 3 or 4 Years an snda lb iii gielsg- elpertener ot rmwlirsbaa fever rates esa be bad et free of os I IltVLTSnato inoltralti- aHi Ouawa Canada MeiNSSS So Item fin Bio5 DetroItllieb 5TUOLMES Sown 1 flit Sod upon receipt of ue I will send you propoitiou I whereby witi be iiberatly pait for a few minnte of no Is I iiye notbanr to isim ii cml rca absolaateiy noibmug Write teday- S WANTED ATONCE With 10 our Poelsr Mixture trstgbl salary niaoo per Wetk and expenses years roorract s dJm with ItDIcuitExA 31U CO Dept ut St Louis UI A N 1S66 vuIE tWllLTi4s Tim ilea etnir tiu u saw fluent in aitte laser Dont the sign of but see that you have at least one natural easy a day Pills salts and liquid are they strain and the bowels you want is a mild but sure tonic that tones and the bowels and their Such a is and when you strong and box lOc SOc By the bowels clean all serious are lOc It S ALL SOLD IN BULK i stomach bloated headache Indigestion trouble complexiondizziness boweln move regis youwillstartsvithtmoney refunded cAiiHEADKIDfl LuNGskh1FEMAIf1 iiii WHEELER Roach t4 4qACTIJ SIZEr ABSOLUTE SECURITY Cenuine Carters Little LiverPifis SIgnature JSecIVERFCRTORIaLIVEL PiLLS UIMIThECOMFLUIOI MU- TCURE8ICKHEADACHE JItyotmt1iVeitera trIIrw- bobayebeoimewesimb7 eieaottutiInformation lbtndrtgmied FouriitdgIaeianaoIt 1- sSYOURNDADD CSnyls5iuiit KR- UOaeSt5 rjillKE ADrRTiitM ttrrtie EDUCATE YOUR BOWELS neglect slightest irregularity movement physic dangerous because weaken What laxative strengthens stimulates movements laxative CASCARETS intheregular healthy Sample Months treatment keeping disorders jNjDBY 1 LIVER TONIC 25cSOc DRUGGISTS bibiousnces morePeoplectsnh1orlug FO1MEADACIIECARTEaS UARANTEEO erabeTH vna souL ow It I over six million bo3te ntei tlia almllar medicine la tie world TRue absolute proof or Crrat WOnt and ou best testimonial o have fiUtu and vrlll sell CA8CAJJETS uboolntely guaranteed to cure or refanded Oo bay today two 5Oe baxe clrc tbcna fair honest trial as per alanle directions anti Ifrou nro cneeuaccbotpurchased It and eetyoar money hart for both boxes Take onr oiirlee nn aatter TTbat alls yoo ttart to duy Health vrlll cjnlekly follow n vouwflhtiesieodbnoarseenyzatia STIIIUMI U2IED CO MTT ions cc IUUO rvw = 1Ji k fJ s 1 t r 3 J 111y t U 1W 4 P i l II ir 1 = I rir 4 LGPi Lk t f E J i i lOWINGSVILE OUTLOOK INU CO OWINGSVILLE KY PER YEAR IN ADVANCE THURSDAY MAY 23 Blot Every business communication must be addressed to Tnr OUTLOOK PUBLUIIINO Co OwixosviuE KY else we will not be responsible for it ANNOUNCEMENT FOR MAGISTRATE We are authorized to announce M R McGregor for Magistrate in tb Wyoming district subject to the Action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce Butler Toy rs a candidate to sue ceed himself ac Magistrate in the Wyoming magisterial district sub jact to the notion of the Republican IirtsVe t authorized to announce ice I W Staton for the office of Magis trate in the Wyoming district tub ject to the action of the Republi can party are authorized to announce IWeC William of Msorcn Fer magistrate in the White district subject to the ac the Republican party I MI FOR a smart man Chauncey t Iepev talks singular folly when he predicts McKinleys renomination and election B 11 Con cncR Phillips booted corn up to sixty cents at Chicago Y week and raked in another fortune from the shorts rCoBjiTY Ei W TILTON ci 1 Nicholas county not being expec ted to live leng Gov Beckham ac cepted his resignation and appoint vedJudge Tiltons son A n to fill out the remainder of the term IB conceded nil around that S soldiers who went to Chi lIT the slouchiest of all troops as they made the poorest repu I of all except the Japanese on the looting score Uncle Sam has no reason to be ashamed of them =CAnals NATION is unconsciously humorous Sho says there woe anarchists on the jury that found her guilty of smashing saloon in Topeka She resents the plea of her lawyers that she was insane and lays she will appeal her case and demand women jurors UNCLE SAMS Hawaii is illustrat ing tome of the splendid bencGts of imperialism bya wrangle be I tween the Legislature and the Gov- ernorI in which the former regards I GOT Dole as something of a usur I per and asks his removal As the ILegiiature is elected by tho Ha and Dole holds un der President McKinleys appoint tJethatthe people hue the advantage from a bome rulo point of view But imperial 4r urn cares little about home rule when home rule doesnt suit it PERET HEATH waited until he we safe in London and then nominated Mark Hannn for President Of course if Mark heads the ticket none but Perry could tail it They beat the deck in the pair lineThe r are high and lowtwo points surer They would open a jackpot time and would be the pair to draw to Hunna and Heath on the platform that is the simplest and at the same time tho most comprehen sive in the worldWhat are we here for Evidentl not our health xclusivelywouid be the wonder and admiration of men CORRESPONDENCE 1 Odessa Several from here attended church at Slate Valley Sunday- John II and Tho L Jones attended court at Mt Sterling Mon day 4 Mist Marguerite McKiijnevan visited her sister Mrs Geo Steele on Flat Creek last week M A Garner sold to David Wbaley two good suckling steer calveslatt week at 20 per head- H C Anderson and family visit p ed Nathan Sorrell end family on Flat Creek Saturday and Sunday jJelnP Stephens says Dad a new buggy and I am going toI knock the paint off of it If you dont believe him ask Miss Maggie S Slate Valley Elder Downey filled his appoint ment here Sunday I saw West End here Sunday He eeemed to be enjoying himself James P Staton and family of Moores Ferry visited Mrs Sta tons parents Richard Ferguson r ti and wife Sunday Lee Crouch wife and children i of White Oak neighborhood and Mrs Minerva Shultz of Roes nun4 were guests of the family of George 1 k Garner Sunday 4J4 f1 James Thompson wife and three children of Fleming county were a guests of Mrs Thompsons parents Richard Ferguson and wife Saturday night and Sunday Silases Eva and Lillio Johnson of near Sharpsburg were guests of their grandparents Mr and Mrs z Martin Jones Saturday and Sun day and Attended church here t There seems to be a great deal of rW talk in this part of running a man i for County Judge We would like to select Ed Anderson of Wyom illg11e is a Republican a good man aud a farmer but well qualified to make a good Judge that would be an honor to his party and F a credit to Bath county His own precinct will give 200 majority 1 tXt1 s 4 fr i I 1 i4 I IHiIIsboroVe are lo him u telephone ex change here M A Kihvnrcls and Tun IL IInnI kins were in FUuiingsburg Wednes day Mits Mnrgiirct l1I1IWIS tnhuJ ill Thursdt hIlt i slowly improv ing nt this vritinj Eo O Shields Mnd wife of shirt hendlrt uniting rclnlivcs iud frioniln here this seek A lnrg crowd from luire attended the burial rf P II King at Fleuiingslunj Sunday The pules arc being erected for tho new telephone line between here and Fiemingsburg A revival meeting began at the Methodist Church Sutilay night conducted by Rev J W Carter Mrs Susan Burn wifo of Gab rid Burns lied Sunday cud ws interred Monday at lirick Union burying ground Rev JT Gardiner pons lumen and Robert and Mi8 Nira Denton attended the District Conference at Mt Olivet Inst week Okla It rack Jones lost by death Sunday a good mule colt Born May 19th to Frank Rued and wife a tenpound girl Miss Fannie Col liver of Grange City is visiting her cousins Carrie anti May Vica this week Thomna Denton wife little daughter Grncie and Miss Winiii Denton went Saturday to vigil their grandfather Andrew Likes of near Grange City IDied of consumption May 16th at her home on Lick Branch Mist Annio Gopher aged 26 years in terment at Gilead Tho pallbear DItrderson James Crump and Riley Rodgers The sorrowing family have tho sympathy of the commu nity in their sad bereavement Shall we mourn for her who left us 1CA our tears wo needs must blond Lovots own oiTeringthis wo owe thee Faithful Annio faithful friend While we look for consolation Unto Jesus who will save Friend and sister sweetly slumber In the quiet peaceful grav- eStopstone Owen Myers and wife of Flat Creek spent Sunday hero with J II Myerti and wife Mrs S P Steele and daughter Mrs Ivarrick spent Friday with Mrs J M Campbell Miss Sudie Carpenter of SuIt Well was the guest ol Mies Rose Karrick hero Sunday Mr Markwell has moved from the Jas L Williams house to the Walter Harper house Well we had a shower at last on Friday and it did us lots of good but wo need more of it J A Carmichaol and wife spent Sunday here the guests of his par ents J E Carmichael and wife We are glad to say that O Hamilton is some bettor at thu writing as well as Mrs Alexander Miss Eva Karrick spent from Thursday until Monday with her aunt Mrs H C Mead at Mt Star ling last week Elder Frank of Lexington Bible College preached at this station Sunday afternoon in the Harper storehouse to a goodaudience West End Master Paul Clayton is ill Miss Annie Pugh is dangerously- ill Sam Wills has bought his better i a new organ What about Stanton Hamilton for Representative Win Clayton and family have moved to Winchester Without a change Sam Copher can not last but a few daja Mrs K BNickoln of Ezel Ky is visiting her son Ben F Piersall this week We are not seared We never turned our back on a friend or paled in the face of an enemy Dont got jealous Stoops we cant outgas you Hands off I keep J B L for my own special pickingThe Dazzle Club met and after the regular routine of busi ness set the fourth week in June for an outing on Licking riyer ISouth Sidewe are with you on the position you take in regard to ossipping I would like to kick the breeches off of every old gos sipper in the county Now we are going to write the items regardless of church State or anything else If you do right we will commend if you do wrong we will condemn you We dont ask Stringtown Jack the Ripper Pete Mazo or any one else any odds Say you 30cents cigarette dudes we know wo broke the hnmes also the pad one trip as the free pikes were bad but they were paid for and beat horseback or hiring a livery rig at tho expense of our friends once a month and besides we can stand you fellers off with plow gears and a dump cart any way We aro sorry to say the upper Salt Lick Church is gradually crumbling down The elders are divided among themselves and the Book of Books says a house divid ed among themselves cant stand There seems to be a general dissat isfaction amongst the whole body Some of the socalled Christians want to hang to the old pastor for ever who has schemed himself all the way through on the Goebel plan by secretly scheming when Christ sayt let your light shine What they need isa change of heart and casting off hypocrisy a iT r4 lQ O p Bethel Sirs S P Baird of Carlislr is1 thu guest of Mrs Cy Arntsiuith his week Mrs Itollio Kirhland of Moore field in visiting her parents W It Peters and wife Misses Nancy Williams anti Mn ry Lincietir dcnt Wednesday in Carlisle shopping Mrs Sanford Rnmoy and M rs John Vice t ieut Vedn siluy and Thursday in Carlisle Mrs Dr Davis of Maysville is here spending n few weeks with her mother Mrs Amandu Lancas terE G Haelripg and Miss Margaret AirnMiiith doltguted from our Sundayschool attended tho District Conference ut Mt Olivet lust week D S Tnimbo went to O ving8 yule Wednesday to attend Court Ho returned homo Saturday night accompanied by hits grandson Mor ris Brown A young lady arrived nt the home of Ed Gregoryand wife on the nightof May 1J She came to- IItllJa bright promising girl weight 10 Ibs Mother and child doing well Mooroficld The gardens are looking well since tint late ruins IWnlter Stone has been on the sick list for several days John Blair and wife of Fleming Co visited S F Stone Sunday Miss Brunch line located in Mt Sterling and will continue to uurso the eick C C Cole was in our town this week looking after tho interests of his store Miss Ida Royso returned lust Friday from Mississippi to attend the funeral of her brother Willie C W Durham and Josinh God bey attended District Conference of the M E Church South ut Mt Olivet this week William Menifco and J Piersall were in this neighborhood last week wiring down hedgo fence that Harrison it Co failed to finish Misses Nellie Lane cud Maggie Bolts weru In this vicinity Monday afternoon soiling tickets to Bro McGarveya lecture Monday Dr Boyd who brought tho re mains of Dr Royce tram Louisville Friday last is at Dr Hashs attending Mrs Kash who is still ill Miss Anna Evans was taken to the hospital at Lebanon Ky Tues day for treatment She has been confined to her bed einco January Quite n crowd gathered at East Union Sunday to see the annual bonnet show Tis strange in a Christian land that psople will gather in such numbers on the SaLia bath to see nothing more vanity show Thos Hunter of Lower Blue Licks lund a fine collection of was todon bones and Indian relics here IIYSthe route anti exhibiting at the low price of ten cents Stoops Miss Anna Lee Ratlilf has tho measlesErnest Gillaspie is able to bo out again after several days sickness An extra large crowd from here took in court at Mt Sterling Monday Thomas Wade was out on Lick ing river fishing several days lust week A fairsized crowd attended church at the schoolhouse here Sunday Charloa Eicher who has been sick for some time has slightly improved Lawrence W Mallory line accepted a position with the Chicago Portrait Company Misses Anna Brumigen nid Eth eline Lane of Flat Creek visited friends here Friday Squire John Trimblo and wife of near Mt Sterling visited Joe Coons and wife Sunday During the electrical storm here Saturday lightning killed a fine mare for Nimrod Byrd Sr Miss Mary Gillaspie of Wades Mill visitod her uncle J H Gillas pie several days last week Miss Bertie Baker of Flat Creek visited Mrs Overton Jones and other friends here latt week Miss Lola Anderson will close her spring term of school here next Friday with an entertainment Dont value n person for the qualities they are of but value them fur the qualities they possess Mrs Sallio Ann Taul and Mrs William Mallory visited their rein tire Mrs Julia Wyatt at Mt Sterling Friday- Who says tho newspapers are not a good thing A Stoops mien didnt know ho was sick until ho saw it in the newspaper I am ruined cried tko women gamblers ofWall etreet when stocks went down Well theres nobody pities you my lady friends Miss Lyde Smathara of near Sharpsburg and guest Miss Nellie Boyd ofMt Sterling visited Miss Nancy Gregory Thursday and Fri dayMrs William McKinley says of her husband Never n word of unkindness has over passed his lips He is so kind so good so pa tiont He gives me all the time he can he never forgets me no matter how busy he is How runny wives can say that of their husbands to day Teeth ache See Dr Perry c 4 Ca ISalt Lick Join n Iliiycs of Soldier Fpert Sinday in town K L Iverchert visited friends iti Ashland Sunday Miss Minnie Laym hag returned ti her home 1 t I ron tOil Ohio Davn Mclnrty had hi hand bad ly cut by a 4taVO saw at Fells fac tory Monday Quit a number of young folks took advantage of lie excursion rule to Huntington Sunday Dr Lewis henry Wills Harrison Wills and Richard lies attended court ut Alt Sterling Monday W A Whitcninb has advertised an auction sale of dry gnndscloth lug and shoes for next Saturday Lucy daughter of J W Muze slipped anti fell on the hillside back of town Sunday breaking her left arm Rev W R Hunt of East Point Ky conducted the quarterly meet ing at the Methodist Church Sat urday and Sunday Bro W II Moore gave a lecture illustrated with eturoptican views of Palestine at tho Methodist Church Monday night George Cheap senior member of the Brick Tile Co after a visit of several days has returned to his home at New Albany lad The Brick it Tile Co is doing a heavy business in brick Several cars have been shipped to points along the C 0 recently Flat Green Miss EIKn Bigstaff is very ill A large crowd from horo attend ed Mt Sterling court Monday Miss Lida Piersall visited friends in Owin sviHc ono day last week Omar Wilson sold two cows at 4Ac to Jas Shrout of Mt Sterling Ed lloyd of Roynoldsville had a fine race mare to die several days agoJohn McKinnevau and sister Miss Eva visited in Mt Starling Mon tiny Vamp Smoot and wife arc vieli- ng friends in Nicholas county this week Hold on to the truth for it will serve you well and do you good throughout eternity John Clark and Dudley Spencer f Roes Run wore callers at this place Sunday night Mrs W W Williams and daugh ter Mrs Collie Moorcnf Forgo lull visIted friends horo ona day lat weekLightning killed a horse forTrav Wells at Ewingtou Saturday and also shocked Mr Wells and lii brotherAlfred Steele hind a parasol sent to him last week that is to match his Easter lionnct So look out for next Sunday Rumor has it that West End and South Side todutcrminonhn should call on a certain yo lngr dy the other Sunday decided to hitch their horses together and pull in opposite directions The ona haying tho strongest horse was to cci At this writing wo are not inform ed who called Olympia Bro Kendall will preach every second Sunday J T Moores mother is in for a short stay Mrs D H Bishop visited friend in Mt Sterling Thursday Mrs Carrie Clark was in Mt Sterling shopping Tuesday V V Glover of Mt Sterling visited friends here Sunday Chris Gopher returned from the bedside of his brother Sam Sunday MrsJ KJacksons mother Mrs Melissa Gault is here on a short visit Mend Armitage and wife oI Preston visited hero Saturday anc SundayJeff has moved from his property to the old hotel in front of the depot H 0 Irwin and Miss Dump Warren went to Oningsnlle Thursday shopping Robt Gault was here Tuesday for a short call on his sister Mn J K Jackson Died one of Colo Carpentari small children we could not as certain particulars Decoration day the 30th at the Old Fields graveyard and theOlym pin Band will play Bruce and Charley Hughes o f Blue Licks Nicholas Co wore th e guests of their brother Hiram Hughes Died Sunday May 19thJ Mrs Belcher wife of Buck Belcher She leaves four children and husband tc mourn their loss Ed Coleman of Harrson Co was the guest of his cousin Mrs Frank Beagle Tuesday and Wed nesday of last week Miss Amanda Rogers Mrs Car rie Clark and Mrs Anna Jackson are suffering very much with their sore arms from vaccination- Bro Williams organized our Sab bathschool we are glad to say Wo think Mr Williams deserves praise for no one who hasnt plenty of push and hustling qualities could organize a firetclassSabbath school on such short notice We are sorry to announce the death of Mrs Dollio Chandler She died at the home of her mother I Mrs George Clark on Flat Creek and was buried Friday at the Geo Jackson graveyard She had been the loving wife of Oscar Chandler about one and one half years Sho leaves many friends to mourn their loss t Upper Prickly Ash Almanza Stone and wife visited relatives in Fleming Co first of the week G W Korr delivered five fat hogs Mimdtiy to Ouinr Wilson at Bo per lb Cued Ingram of Salt Lick was a ghost of J P Hamilton ouo night last week Riley Chandler had n cow to gotl hor leg broken last week and leadh to bo killedIJames Kendall of South Side was in this neighborhood last wsck on business Eldor T W Crouch of Olympia was a visitor at Nathaniel Mark lands one night last weekIB F Piorsall of White Sulphur wets the guest of lady friends in this neighborhood Sunday Mr Juntos an agent for organs who has been making headquarters at James S lloyds for several weeks left for Lexington Monday Thoro is a crow of about SO men here working on tho longdistanco telephone line which runs from Georgetown Ky to Charleston W Va Wo have seen quite a number of suggestions among tho correspon dents in regard to n candidate for the office of County Judge While we aro personally for Wallace Barnes of Owingsville we are al ways in favor of the majorityrule Wo have heard of J M Brown of Sharpsburg spoken of as a prob ablo candidate Mr Brown has never aspired for any public office hut has long been identified as one of the loading Republicans of Bath Co J M Brown is n scholar a business man and a conscientious Christian gentleman and would make a County Judge that any county should bo proud of Now we think the Republicans rlould get together and unite on some good man always bearing in mind that old motto In union there ie strength SharpsDurss Fine rain hero Saturday Waller Sharp visited in Louis ville last week John Martin was a visitor in Mt Sterling Saturday- Dr J J Werner the visiting dentist is leone for several days Albort Hoffman of Mt Sterling was here Wednesday on business Miss Georgia Adamson of Car lisle visited John Martini last week Nelson McLoncy of near Cyn thiana waS a visitor here Sunday a week ago Miss Ida Wren of Judy is spend IIing a week with the family of C A Brown oCut worms are damaging the plant beds und cutting down the curie hero Mrs Anna Gossett roturnedMitn day from a visit to relatives in Montgomery Co Juiigj Lewis person and J Will VIyof Mi Sterling wcfo here on business Tuesday iMrs J K Nunnelly of George town returned home Friday after a weeks visit to relatives here Jep harper and Uncle Sid Tur ner of Mt Sterling wore here Wednesday hunting some good horsbs IIn B Whaley has been poorly for several days and confined to the robin We hope he will soon bo out again Charley Squires and Miss Lizzie Hopkins of Little Rock were guests of Miss Lena Howard Saturday and Sunday Dr Boyd and Messrs Watson and Clarke who accompanied the body of Dr Royso home returned to Louisville Tuesday A W English bought of Heze kiah Utterback 2 yearling mules for 95 and sold to same party 5 short yearling steers for 100 Misses Elizabeth Ratliff Eliza beth Paris Lucile Rutherford and Mary Brown spent Saturday with Miss Lena Howard in the country Mr and Mrs John R Crockett returned Monday from their bridal tour and aro at home to their frionds at their country home near Bethel Tom Grimes Press Williams IJohu C Arnold Howard Triplet and Hugh Grimes returned Satur day from a weeks fishing at Parks Ferry with a nice catch of fish South Side Sach Sexton lost one of his best horses Oscar Kendall after an eight weeks spell of fever is up again A mistake in the typo last week made me say living horse instead livery horse- Smallpox the main topic for conversation in this community is about poxed out To Stepstone thanks wo are coming soon the Lord willingand the weather permits The Cuban itch or scratch hasnt invaded this bailiwick yet but we have a bad case or two of spring fever The telephone business has got ten to be so common that the peo pie of Menifee county are talking to each other for miles over wire fencesB says tho wear and tear of a buggy is all on tho wheels but judging from the way he loads his sometimes one would think it was on the springs A mouse broke up a prayermeat ing on Indian Creek the other night The women stampeded and the monwell they always follow the women you know The G A R Post will decorate thee Old Fields graveyard near Hrj T i fJao Olympia May 30th There will be reaching all tinyant dinner on the ground C uivout everybody know of one old sorehead IWewould like to leave THE OUT LOOK reduced to the monotony of a mill pond but vri like to toss a pebble in occasionally just to hear it Fpiush Wo presume that G T Weaver who was indicted for swearing Ca eb Power life away and forfeited is bond has gono to seek steelier n Gov Taylors stew J000 home at Indianapolis A person who tries to maketrou blo for another can usually succeed in doing so but his seldom gets any benefit from it himself and sooner later ho finds his chickens coming home to roost What about Col Lafayette North for County Judge He is a clean honest and upright citizen who has a host ot warm friends besides a largo relationship and is well qual flied to fill thee place A little child was bitten by a dog at upper Salt Lick last church day It is no trouble to sue 25 or 30 dog at church any time but tho dogs are not to blame as their masters dont know any bettor than to take them The R D S S Club is struggling with the question Which eats the most chickens ministers orowis We leave never heard of either overlooking an opportunity while thee tho debaters never have the opportunity to overlook If you aro in arrears on your sub scription to this paper kindly call and settle before you get so far be hind you cant and while it is but a smallamount to you it will umunt to hundreds of dollars to the editor and tickle him nearly to death The patrons of tho upper Salt Lick school district and members of that church are talking of build ing a churchhouse and cchool house near Carringtons Rock and divide the district and church etc on account of disagreement T J Pcrgratn offers to funish tho timber tree We lately received lot ofad vcrtising blotters which rendtlBlot out thin germs of ill health by drinking daily s select beer In order to haruioniza this with the bloated pimplefaced rednosed signs sitting at saloon doors just scratch out ill and you will have a true ad- Back up your judgment if you think thats the horse that suits you jeeringly remarked a greasy horse jockey at Owingsvillo on lust court day Money talks and Im mighty nigh made of money today You do eem to bo a rather filthy looker assented this Mher wan looking him over The annual bonnet show at old White Oak is dated for Sunday next and ought to be a revival us far as possible of the old day when people and ladies of the sock darning style rtstHnblrd to do good instead of acting the hypocrite by trying to Ufa vain style as they do now The youngsters leave but a faint ida of thee grand times had in days gone by at these Christian gatherings of young and old from far and near to feast and display their new bonnets We imagine those were joyous days and fond memories thereof still cling to the old residents Go but if you are not afraid of being run over by some idiot and leave a good time and hear good preaching A REIICDY PRESCRIBED Editori ally the Chattanooga Times says A Kentucky exchange sorrowful ly grumbles that but 3335 miles of railway were built in that State in 1900 says its the smallest mileage laid down by any Southern State and regards it as not encouraging If Kentucky bad fostered Goebel ism less decent politics more she would probably leave fared butter than sho has in tho material sense Capital is not apt to go largely to a State thit is so to say always perched on the ragged edge of an archy when a campaign on or the Legislature is in session Decent election methods fair ballot hon est count and no more stealing of the highest olllces under tho forms of infamous laws will be good tor Kentucky CHATTER Box FROU NEBRASKA Omaha Agen cy Neb May 14 1901Deu OUT LOOK I thought it best to wait and see how I liked this country before making an attempt to write about it I have not been here long enough perhaps to know as much of it as I will know but my health is so much improved since coming here that I could hardly do other wise than give a good report of the climate When I opened a late copy of THE ODTLOOK and read about the terrible storm of cold and snow which had just visited the South I thought of the pretty weather we were having up here near the Minnesota line at the time and it seemed like I had gotten turned around somoway or the climate of Kentucky and Nebraska had traded places for awhile I learn that frost did not fall hero last fall until tho middle of November nnd that tho winter was not cold enough to persuade Jack Frost to push the mercury below zero more than 15 degrees Everywhere the prairies are covered with a green mantle of waving grass and the trees haTe put on their green suits for the summer Bluegrass is rapidly taking this country and I see almost all tho varieties of birds here that we see in Ky ex cept the redbird Walnut hickory elm oaks of different species lynn linden or basswood maple box al der birch and cottonwood trees grow here but it seems funny that these trees grow on rich black soilI where not a stone is to be seenI There is no timber on the prairies except that act out in groves byI farmers to shelter their houses andI orchards from the winds which blow steadily here for days at a stretch These winds are very use i- jhe 7 Racket r r UNDERSELLkFOR COME AND SEE THE LOW PRICES CARPETS RUGS CORSETS HAMBURG LACES STRAW HATS ii HOUSE PAINT CIIINAWAEE HAKDWAB fEverything markedin plain figures One price to all Baskets 25 20 IDC Ladies Waists 353 6cpfrSewing l pcCloth135Soap f doBuggy 4Gents Belts 12C Horseshoe Nails 130 Ib CASH PAID FOR EGGS If E W HEFLIN P Old S Stand Shrout f ful too 09 they turn windmills which pump water from the wells for both man and beast Along the streams and near springs time ben of different kinds grows here and every little grove is filled with hazel brush wild currants goose berries and raspberries while the wild strawberry grows almost ev erywhere except on the high ridges We arrived at Pander in due time having taken the moat direct route from Louisville to Omaha thence due north to Pender Mr W S Estill was waiting for us at the depot and he was that glad to see us he hardly knew what to do with himself He had bon well treated had been over considerable of the country and there was much of interest for him to tell us about On his arrival County Judge Cow stock took him in hand and enter tamed him for the night and next biggestIowner sic tion of the State took charge of him and as soon as the doctor would permit it took him out to flee Willie who was very low with pneumonia and every Sunday until he got well Mr Olson was good enough to take his father out to sue him Swan Olson came to this country about fifteen years ago without a penny ao to speakand he now controls about 10000 acres of the lands on tho Omaha and Winnebago Indian reservations owns about 600 acres of fine land nOIr the reserv and handles thousands of cattle every year Willie was with this man for a year re vising and copying manuscripts for a bock which he intends to publish for thee benefit of his Swedish breth ren and others of foreign birth now living in this country numbering many millions While laying at Mr Olsons my husband learned many of the methods of handling live stock in this country of which 1 WilY tell you later Two days of rainy weather kept us at the hotel much longer than we expected to be there but a number of nice people called on us and tried to make us feel comfortable us we could among strangers But it was not long until the boys were with us Tilford having com from Chicago in answer to a telegram from Dr Strong He too had just recovered from an attack of pneu monia and both the boys looked rather thin to what they do now each weighing about 200 pounds at present and they seem to think ranch of the country and people I was taken out to visit the family who took charge of Willie during his illness and I found them to be more like home folks They came here from New Albany Ind just across the river from Louisville about twenty years ago and bought up some of this fine lazed at 4 per acronow worth 40 and will certainly go higher there being no waste laud worth mentioning and the soil is very productive Corn Is the principal crop one man cul tivating about 60 acres and it is a common thing to eee several thous and bushelsin a heap on the gronnd where it keeps about as well as it does in the crib in Ky through the winter until the spring rains fall It seldom rains hers in the winter The distance across the prairie to the lands leased by Willie from the Indians is something neat 18 miles through a beautiful stretch of country dotted here and there by houses of white men and Indian teepees An Indian prefers a house of poles and canvas and a bed on the earth which serves as a bed and table combined to a palace It seems so strange that these people who hold lands of value appropriated and nlloted to them by our government with many opportuni ties to prosper by industry are too lazy to shift for themselves They prefer to rent the grass lands at from 30 to 40 cents per acre and corn lands from 50c to 150 per acre rich lands too and lot the white man reap the profits from it Thee government holds these lands in custody for them for 25 years not allowing them to deed it to any one except members of their own tribe legitimate heirs of deceased persons Could they deed these lands they could be bought for a trifleOur neighbors are Indians one of whom is a member of the Council of the Omaha tribe but not a word of our language does he uft durstcnd Abe Cuggie meaning How do you do friend is the greeting of the white man on meet ing the Indian who answersHow Tunga noo In their language 4 potatoShunga jl Shunga ska white horse I aa told the Indian language contains few word but some of tbmbavo great power of expressioa when translated into the Eaglisa tongue In the office of our county judge arl carefully preserved some of the speeches of proaiBeat Indians which bear the spirit of true eloquence Although the la dians are lazy and improvident few of thorn will stoop to steal any thing but you must not invite them into your house to eat with Tasd getatable Shortly after we moved over OB the reservation an oldsquawrap pod im a blanket feet encashin a pair of beaded moccasins call j i ed on us Wellwe could not Ba derstand a word of her caatttr bet she made some signs that we could junderstand She made signs at ue and we made signs at her uatil the way we carried on a conversation with fingers and band and elbowa and arms and eyes and mouth cad p laulhableindeedpicked up a number of thingelbad put there looked theta all ovex aa4 set them down again At last she Jknolled to the dirt and said Gold Wa understood that much We looked Ifand found little bright speeka Qr mica in the granite and sand stone walls of the cellar which th thoughtwas gold Mug W S Emu TO BE CONCLUDED liEU WKK1 =WALLACE S GDDGEL- LATTYATLAW thEwingwill he glad to have my old ellenta to call JQU NEW BflRBER SHOP 1 have opened a new barber shop at C P Mannl old stand ad bate employed No1 barber from Paris Ky who it an expert in bit liatv- i FRANK HEBG- EFORSALE A house and one acre of ground in Forge Hill joint tchoelhoatev Good well of water a number at fruit treee and a good fence 15 MRS MELISSA ANDERSON TRY REX DANDRUFF GORE STOPS THE HAIR FROM PALL ING OUTAND GIVESITNZW LIFE ShopInCo Special attention paid to cleaa lag and trimming ladles and chil yiihouse0 We NeedIt WE MUST HAVE IT All those indebted to us pleat calland settle We would not aak you were we sot compelled to m- Ile to pay our debts s SLESSE SIMPS R EWMAC LATELY OF GRANGE CITThia opened out a Drug Store at the Ragan RuM ON MAIN CROSS ST- FLEM1NGSBURGKENTUCKY And would be pleased to have fate coustyfriendaglvehlmacAlIwhersIntew JIBuckwak Farmers Ky- MANUFACTURER ow LUMBERFlooringCailingWeatherboardlaf Mould ingLathsTobaccoHoft heads Oak Pickets forlre fence and Tobacco Eara Tiber y 1 o f 7