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C YioJ f 1i 4 r i i r t S I f J t 1j 4 i I f 1 J i i J J j i 1 1 y441 ki s Jth ij3 1 J s ir t fv l4 if1td t J nt J I JHr SJJ f 1jS1 t J I s i t tj i r i c f trtJI v0t L l t 1 r4J I WI dI Ir fb 0 tJ J7rJ z4ifTi Ii ri i A rt1i Ti o 5 1rjjt i Itu1ntt llt i flflflJ cJr it tc H t VOLXXII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 30 1901 8 rr51JoltSIItemcate with Tux OUTLOOK offloe by phone ring up 5 A complete stock of jewelry lo elect from at O C Harris1 AU kinds of Sweet Potato plants for sale by Brother Goodpaster Now is the time to get cheap goods in millinery at Mrs EltUlsI Look at Brother eV Brothers Un of Hats and Shoes before you buy Now is the time to get cheap goods in millinery at Mrs Estills The largest stock of silverware in town at 0 C Harris jewelry store Brother Goodpaster can furn- Ish you Till the Sweet Potato plants you WantcBuy the genuine Brown doubie vhovel best ono made for sale at Byron Bros There will be services at the Christian Church next Sundayat 11 a m and 745 p m Buy your bugey harness duster and whip from Byron Bros Best good for the leave money Sow cabbage seed in the hill d June 13th and 14th for a sure crop eayt an experienced gardenert The admission to MisJ Barbeee entertainment next Wednesday night will be 25c children IGc 1 handle the noted ElkhornWhisMkey There is no J W LAn Owingsville Ky w Rev Rollie Alfrey will preach at F Sees schoolhouse the first Saturday night and Sunday in Juneb We guarantee satisfaction when we fit you with glasses O C HACHIB thHareynunew line of French Gingham e Mer cerized Linen and Silk Waist Put terns Born Wednesday afternoon May 22i to Mr and Mrs N Reid Pat tenon a Itontheir flrstborn i Will Allen up June 5th At night Courthouse u- MissN nnio Barbels of Danville Fun and frolic humor and pathos laughter and tearsMThe last remnant of winter ex b rrlcd iliiflf Saturdlay Sunday ind M clayo 1twifie fny ebSTinouglf for frost Sunday n1btwFarmers will make a inmtnlce if thy fail to procure a colt of the E get of J S Brown the noted stal lion of Dr G W Conner a Owing to the cool weather andtthreatened rain the Bonnet at CattendedBuy the Milwaukee Binder and Mower lightest draft strongest built machine E TLATBrRoN Every grade of buggy harness from cheap factory to a firstclass baldMade setSAbaysbig money by getting J M Brother to furnish the frames lOtf 50 Tw HAlIDe WAKTED on thew head of Cane Creek to make ties in virgin forest Call OB or address JOBX PKICHABO Elkatana Ky 23 We are going to deal in ice this of year and would be glad to have is your patronage J W LAKE Owicgsvilla Ky Tha fancy prices that horses are bringing should convince the far acts who want fancy prices that J S Brown is tbe best horse to breed to we still hindi the genuine Brown single and doubleshovel plows 5tooth cultivator All guar antead jjBBig stock and close prices on gooseseek aad eye hoes rakes scythes math corn planters Ev firything in seasonable goods ELATBoxLu- wuR Ainv POSTIAn sizes pine chestnut and white oak Call en or address FSLltS8ln0IympiaI Ky orLB Ky 25tf Spectacle that do not suit your eyes exactly are worse than none at all We will examine your eyes free of charge and furnish you with glasses at a email price O C HARRIS Burning eyes1 headaches and ner Tousaas are caused by improper glasses raot wearing glasses when needed Call at 0 C Harris jewelry store and have your eyes fitted correctly Buy your glasses at home not buy of a traveling optician for jyou will always get the worst of it We are always here to exchange your lenses for you OC HARRIS the Jeweler You will enjoy Miss Barbee for the sake of her impersonations of funny darkeyt and curious old white people and will help the la- r1 dies of the United Daughters of the Confederacy in completing the IConuMant fund by attending at the CourthouM the night of June 5y 1 J 0 M i r T ii4 9 If t4uJ r WOYf 1i r r jr 4 rPERSONAL Ollie Knight of Sharpsburg was tiers Friday on business Wm W Bolts of Mt Sterling spent lat Thursday in town Judge C W Goodpaster and son Sherman were in Mt Sterling Monday Walter Anderson of Howard Mill was here Saturday and Sun day eEwing Conner went Sunday ti attend the Confederate reunion a Memphis tiiis week Walter Harper and John R Me Alister of Mt Sterling were in town Friday on business Mrs Pierce Wlun of Mt Ster ling was a guest of her mother Mrs ERa Cadet last week Will C Harper of Catlettsburg ame Saturday to pond a week with relatives in this section Mrs Caleb S Ratliff and daughter Miss Walter Mae of Bald Ea gle Church were in town Fridayl Will Lane and risterMisi Nellie of Bethel were guests of Mr andr Mrs II L Lane one day last weeko Mr nnd Mrs Carroll Chenault of Mt Sterling were guests of rol atives in town Saturday and Sun aycMr nnd Mrs John W Slirout of- loores Ferry were guests of John and Miss Eva McKinnevan Sunday Morton Harper of Farmers was P guest of his parents lIon and rs Daniel Harper first of the eekRD W Boyd of Sharpsburg W Emerson and A R Boyd of Newport were in town Monday on usiness- m Miss Leonora Peters loft wtoreunion this week cetheMr and Mrs Guy H Ratliff of Sharpeburg wero guests of lion nr Daniel Harper nnd wife near town Saturday and Sunday J A lower spent several days u Louisville last week returning Sunday His brother Arthur came with him but returned to Lou a vhllc same day Mrs Lixzie Boyd nnd grand Misses Lizzie Boyd and inerva Rickttta Scott of Slier orne caroo last week to visit at II Goodpastertf Jn Mr and Mrs W Ray Pattoreon elit to Winchester Sunday toviitvthe latters parents Prof and Mrs C Fox Mr P returned homo Monday ilrs P will remain about c week lion AW Banrnm left Monday O o attend the Confederate reunion Memphis His daughter Miss lara who has been visiting in rxas will meet him there and return home with him Mrs Nellie Kitchens of EI Paso exas Mrs Lizzie Boyil of Sher urne Mr and Mrs L D Brother I Mr and Mrs Jihuson M Atchison Misses Lizie Boyd and Minerva ickets Scott of Sherburne May hrout and Alice Miller spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Wm tchison Mrs W T Kitchens of El Paso Texas visited with her cousin TS Shrout and family last week and m be the guest of Mrs Lee D Brother a few days after which she will visit other relatives in the county Mrs Kitchens is a lady rare talent in Kcramic Art She connected with some of the most prominent families in KentuckyM Elmer Downard and Miss Belle Hart both of the county were married at the County Clerks office Wednesday of last week byc Rev J R Nelson Martin Manley son of Roe Man leI and Miss Rosa Henderson daughter of Robt Henderson all of t the county were married Sunday y Elder B H RossSAbraham Tiaober of Fleming Coand Miss Laura E Rogers of Wyoming were married last Thurs day by Elder B II Ross It was the grooms second marriage The Owingsville Sundayschoolsl were well at Sunk gasthigh praise of the hospitality the Salt Lick people Go bear Miss Barbee at the Courthouse next Wednesday night June 5th portray the odd characters and of the South with ltheirpers praise her highly MondayMay i I of millinery such as hats flowers ribbons chiffons mulls etc atcos for cash No goods charged in this BespJo D S ESTILL B W Andrews watchmaker for 0 C Harris has been with hitisin one year and by paying strict attention to business and doing repairing that has given entire satis faction they have built up a busi nesatbat is surprising in so short A time They never misrepresent any goods they sell and their customers can always rest assured that they are buying exactly what they tell them Tbey thank their customers for their patronage and kindly ask for a continuance of same t m JvJS Mi MOllday3hyof millinery such as hats flnwori ribbons chiffons mull etc at enst fur cash No goods charged in this line RespMas D S ESTILL BRIEF SUMMER Lait Friday was the first real old yallor summer almoltIers fell The next day the inovit ablw winter came and jtPUOMOTEO John C Robertson formerlyof this town a son of Adie O Robertson has been promoted to night clerk in the Evans villo Ind Adams Express office of which his cousin Wm T Daugh erty is chief Johns relatives and friends her will be pleased at his advancement INITIATED Eleven jolly fellows from Yale attended the K of P Lodge hero Saturday night Three initiations took place After the lodge meeting they partookof a luncheon at J D Turleys rostau ant consisting of spring chickens ld ham icecream cakes etc Thirtyeight members partook of the luncheon COMMITTEE CALLThe Republi an Executive Committee of Bath county KyIIro hereby requested too meet at tho Courthouse in Ow ingsville Bath Co Kyon Monday June 10th 1901 at 1 oclock m Important business The entire committee will be present either in person or by proxy J A BARNES Chairman GUDGELL Secretary STEAUNGOUTLOOKS Some years cnnoYdbyiiilv stealing OUTLOOKS on their ay to subscribers The practice as been complained of again re and we have tested the mat er sufficiently to know that the a stealing in done by the mail agents by somebody they permit to handle tho mail We request every one subscriber or exchangeen titled to receive TUB OUTLOOK to- onotify us promptly when a copy of the paper fails to reach them Were collecting evidence to make a complaint to the U S postal author lles to have the stealing stopped It is very damaging to II newspapers reputation for ruliabil ity in business methods to haw subscribers deprived of the pupere that war i c Sersesaged 12 years daughter of Mrs publishdinalate Va Leader Mrs Blair was an- wingsville girl a sister of Mrs John Gillon and her manyold friends in this section will be interested to read the production of her precocious daughter TWiLIGHTtAs jrdowJust at the close of day S gHadA misty haze was stealing over the uItsnightThe whether cloudy or fair Was hidden completely under the veil of the thick mist out theret 2WheninourliumnanWe lift from between it and us The veil of intervening years When we tall there is nothing loft abovejForAnd also that God is love fisswill give an entertainment on the night of June 5th at the Court house under the auspices of the lo al society of the Daughters of the Confederacy for the benefit of tbe Confederate Monument fund Ihehas been quite the rage among the fashionable society of Louisville he has been familiar with the di alect of the mountains and the cabin I and her impersonations are exceptionally lifelike and have won tho enthusiastic commendations of her audiences That charming little elocution Miss Nannie Barbee seems to be up her pleasant task of ManyImea are taken from the works of various authors but the best of them all she wrote herself hichI shows that she is as good a writer as an artist Miss Barbee is really a delightful woman socially bright lively and interesting Miss Barbee has studied the ne- groes of the South and has learned their character And mannerisms al most perfectly Her portrayal of delightfultThe foregoing are from the news reports of the Lou isville papers Her programme includes Scene a Cabin on the Old Plantation Old Bob How Brer Simon Got Religion Mr Billy Malone De Pianner Juett and Dat Time Honey Got Los Let everybody turn out and en joy an evening of artistic entertainment Besides the proceed are to increase the fund for building a monument to the Confederate dead In the Owingsville Cemetery PerryI d wJJ anIIetauqua will be held at Woodlahd Park Lexington Ky June 26 to July 5 A splendid program has been arranged that will surpass any yet given Some of time most notable lecturers anti entertainers in America have been engaged A ptetfeatures The detailed program will be mailed to any address upon application to Chas Scott Business Manager Lexington Ky LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAHKIT By George R Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CoMay 19 1901 Receipts of Burley tobacco verylightbeen very much reduced Packag bringIngany time for the last two months Tobacco in soft order has been discriminated against by the buyers and will be from this time on In my opinion the market until last of July will be fully as good as it is now if not better Reporte from the country show that plants are very late and in some localities are scarce theres practically no Burley tobacco set now and the indica tions are that unless very favorable weather conditions obtain during the month of June there will be trouble in setting the crop Of course the prices in the future will depend largely upon the circumstances attending the setting and growing of tho crop Tobacco should be prized in good keeping order from this time on A GREAT DuTho Bath Co S S convention at SultLick last Sunday was brimfull of enthusiasm and was very successful The ChrlsI tian Church where the session was held was handsomely decoratedlwith flowers A was a band of young men who hold i weekly prayermeetings They hadI handsome booth made of fernlI and flowers and sat und sang to- egother Tho songa were grandly inspirationLrof and Rev R B Neal the State teamI f workers and Elder J H hesslley of Newcastle were The house was full to overlbmwingn At noon the Lords supper WHS very impressive At tIme close Bro Neal introducedhhia financial whleIa makes timings orThe following officers were elect d for the ciflhiitlg year Isaac lougePrea Mrs AR Sflydr ecy and Trens Executive CoinbMrs Alex Conner Nelson and The MraJenmdoArmatrongr recommended the toJJowingt let That we endorse the work ofIthe Ky S S Association 2d That we take steps to organize the county fully and to placeitlin tho list of banner 3d That we send representatives o the Stats convention at Danville August and that we urge each in tho county to send dcfue atea 4th That we ask space in ourI county papers to press the work t the county and that the column e under the supervision of tho President and SecretaryII5th That steps be taken to have each school contribute regularly tothe county treasury A purse of c for each scholar and lOc fbr ach teacher and officer of the Sun dayschools ISAAC Snouss Pre Ky S S A of B C FKOM NEBRASKA Omaha Agen cy May 14th 1901ContinuedI rom last weekNot long after we ame hers Willie drove over on Saco urday and next day took me to the Omaha Agency two miles from home I saw the store of the In dian trader the man who is permitted by the Department of the Interior to trade with the ladians t is said that his profits on goods old to the Indians is enormous They havo a nice church here of the Presbyterian denomination Tbo Union Indian school buildings also situated here The site se looted is certainly beautiful Itssituated on a lovely spot of ground- shlghtlyelevatedthobluegrass sward sloping regularly and gradually twostorybuilding Beautiful cottonwood maplo andI other trees adorn the grounds and one is almost tempted to think It equal to many of our own colleges Adjoining the grounds of the In dian school is the Agricultural department where the noble red map is taught the art of planting and cultivating vegetables and cereal From what I can see and learn ol the matter the instincts of the In dian are so foreign to the idea oj toil that it is doubtful if he can ever be induced to take an interest in thing which his ancestors always drudgeryIIsquaw In fact the squaws do al most all the drudgery with tbe ex ception or those who have been educated differently The squaw puts on the harness hitches the horses to the wagon plow or harrow and goes to the field to follow out the instructions of her lord and mao ter who condescends to go out an look on occasionally when bo has time to see if the work is done ac cording to orders If be wishes to go driving the squaw hitches the horses to the springwagon nsd humbly crawls down in tha bed be bind while his lordship s erect J J Our People Are beginning to realize the advantage of a STORE AT HOME where the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES ARE GIVEN FOR CASH You save the usual per cent that is ALWAYS ADDED where credit is giv en even when you pay CASH I keep a fullstock of BoysC1thingHat Gaaas LADIES MISSES MENS BOYS CHILDRENS SHOES in every style and price See my new stock of LflDIES MISSES 5 CHILDRENS SLIPPERS FullllineWL Dotiglas Shoes GILLONS Owingsville Main in the sent and gazes down on the little earth and her insignificant inhabitants as he pulls the lines over a dashing team of spotted mustangs or Indian ponies From tho agency we drove up tho Missouri river bottom in a norther y direction to a point of historic nterestan old mission founded long long time ago by St Louis missionaries aided by tho Federals government Long before we roach d the place tho great white assein blage of stone could be seen on a high Mutr overlooking the turbu ent Missouri It was built for a fort und mission combined and it looks toWn upon tho river and val I below with u commanding dig ity and calm superiority which readily fixes ones attention By- ircuitous a route wo ascended this- eavily tunbere1 bluff passing be eathi the branches of gigantic elms with here and there dense cluster of wild gooseber icst lmarp turn a 5tvfp climb nd we reached the level of the old- uilding A white man time pro itnr of time place met ue at the ruadsido which led to tho top of he bluffnndpr ceded us to tho inte or of the massive structure where was introduced to his wife a very intelligent mixedblood woman who traces her ancestry back to a leading woman of her tribe and a French trader who followed in the wake of the famous Lewis and Clark whose exploring party pass d this very spot in 1804 on their way to winter quarters among the of North Dakota and from hence on to the Pacific to carry out tho plan of Thomas Jefferson who induced Congress to mako an in 1803 for the purpose of exploring the Oregon coun ry then claimed by both the United States and Great Britain andl jointly occupied by British Americans The French voyag calledkept trading posts among the Indians exchanged supplies at high prices for furs at low prices This woman was a y matron in tbe Indian school where he met the young teacher who erward became her husband Upvn the accession of a President both teacher and matron lost their positions married linked their fortunes together und leased a large tract of the Indian lands around the old mission When the lands were parceled out to the Indians this couple secured the mis sion and some lands adjoining as their share of the tribal lands where they have prospered abundantly As an evidence of their refinement I saw an organ the one used years ago by the missionaries who occupied the building a choice selection of books brueaels carpets on tbe floors and elegant lace curtains suspended from above the windows of the two rooms in which they live But about the building itself I have not the time to write a complete history nowway do so at another time In a few words I will say that the building includ ing the basement is four stories highwith a belfry on the roof All the lumber used in the floors stairways ceiling partitions etc was shipped up the river by boat from St Louis The stone used in constructing the huge walls was ship ped down the river from sandstone quarries The walls are nearly three ft thick and are coveredboth inside and out with a coarse plaster or cement The balustrades and Callings are solid black walnut Pipes lead from the eaves of the roof to cisterns but tbe water supply was jUlltIpumped up into a tank long out pipesLing The old structure is in good repair except for a break in the outside plaster at the southeast corner which was caused by a de fective water main I do not re member the exact number of rooms Inho great old building but 1 r f in Patent LeatherVici KidCalf c Street complacently outspreading appropriation ourelheywere know there is room enough for a number of big families I picked up some relics of the old place and I will send you a souvenir of it the first opportunity- We live not far from the Missou ri river and within four miles of the Winnebago lakes I expect to visit them next Saturday for a little recreation and health gathering I ee much of interest to me among countrybutIf it is of interest to readers of TUB OOTLOOK I shall toll them more next time With but wishes for my friends beg tu remain sincerely yours MBS W S Esttu- CORRESPONDENCE COXTIXUED KROtt FOUBTU 1MGK Farmers Mrs T E Craig has the chills Mrs E L Cogswell is improving H II Kring is poorly with rbeuI mutism W F Prater has returned from Salyereville Ask Uncle Wiley if he caught the big fish Geo T Green filer forBuckwal tor is quite sick W II Cooper has bought tboI McMillan property Miss Minnie Parker visited at Salt Lick last week Local option is to be tried in his county June 1st A J Buckwalter is sufferingt with a badly sprained John Fouch visited time family of bill uncle W M Fouch last weekI O F Martt has bought the Rag and property j consideration 200 Mrs Hattie Moore of Pittsburg Ky is visiting her mother Mrs Nannie Price The largest run of timber in ears reached this place during the recent rise in Licking Mrs J MTeol returned from her daughter Mrs Wm Carpenter at Ceredo W Va Protracted meeting in progress attthe Baptist Church Preaching by Rev A L Hackett of Winchester A saw at Montagues band mmI ran Into the head block breaking the saw and doing considerable iamage Wm Ingram 76 years old in ormed the writer that he did notc know the taste of intoxicants of any kind John Ingram and his two charm ing granddaughters Misses Mamie and Georgia Stevens are visiting atIAshlandand Russell Ky Letters were received from Frank Adams J H Caldwell and Allis Mynhier of 22d U S Inf ManilaI They boys say they are well and will return this fall Has there been a May since 1885 that has not had a cold spell The first snow in the memory of your scribe occurring in this month fen May 19th of that year Raleigh Fouch had the misfortune to have his hand badly cut by n saw at Buckwalters mill Satur day afternoon Dr Thos A Evans attended him amputating one fin ger We have lots of bad whisky and bad pistols in this neighborhood It would be a good idea to try a vote on the pistol question after finding how the people stand on the license issue J C Mynhier secured the job of messenger between the postofflce and the depot Uncle Jock used to carry the mail from Owingsville and Louisa when it required six days to make a round trip E cerry Dentist Over Richarts store 1 f FARMERSYou VULCAN IS THE BESt CHILLED PLOV t LJworkyou I will Blvo you your money back tf HILLSIDEfthe 5 BELL CENTER IS THE BEST DISC HARROW Itbasoni moral t ridgeMy Breaching ri HomeMade i EUGENE MINIHAN OwING SYILLE iff tf SAM P ATCHISON DRUCCIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCOS CIGflRS ETC i1 M D FARIS i SUCCESSOR TO PAXTON DEf TONiOnderiaker1 Deatr In- MAS Fdrniftire SJCLOSINGOUT SALE 1 tumourDryceriesIfotionsetcetcf lf FOR SALE AT COTOr will sell entire stock of goods to any one tJ fzclassJACKSON ESTILL WYOMING KY I r J Knob Lick ore company has shipped very little ore the past week There has been no plowing done his week owing to tbe wet weather Eddie Fawns was doing a good with his picture gallery Sunday Tbe ore company has commenced to roast ore The hoister seems to work all right hUllchilliPettr Adams who has been working for the R R I Co is now at Wm Moores at work Capt Pitman deferred bis trip o Memphis on account of not be ing welland a press of busness There is a general epidemic orI measles j some families all down has proved fatal in a few instances Ray Goodan was over Sunday Seems there is an attraction for Ray more than meeting and Sun dayschool There was to han been preaching here Sunday evening by Bro Nelson For some cause bo was not here There was a fair crowd in attendanceJas Anderson and Leslie Flood left the boiler and engine they hauled from Flemingsburg for Charles Fowler at Wyoming on account of fearing to ferry it Our two popular corpts for TUB OUTLooK W E and S S seemed to be enjoying themselves Sunday eve as well as the two fine looking young ladies that accompanied them Your corpt was over at Salt Lick a dayor two last week There is quite a feeling in regard to oil There have been several parties in terested in oil looking over the lItuation What experts are claiming now that they are in the oil lead or fields strengthens what a Pennsylvanian who was conversant with the oil fields told me some 20 years ago that the valley of Salt Lick had every indication of oil There will as I understand be some wells sunk in the near future The Telephone people seem to behaving a hard road to travel There have been men refused to let them set a pois or two I would never have thought so hidebound It looks a little like some one made the remark there were some men so selfish who if such a thing was I possible to build a railroad to the Celestial City and you should offer them free transportation there they would want a rpturn ticket and1 half their land was worth IT all were like a few men I could name Kentucky instead of being 40jears jaretheir fellow man would show about as much as sticking your finger in a bucket of water noel pulling itt out rT standardlhighgrade ommuendedito SPo1 W HARPER Whisky awarded1 ExpoeitonNewWorlds Columbian Exposition Chicago 93 Gold Medal at Paris Ex graildfatherHazelrinOlympian WJUJIGE S GUDGEE ATTYATUW theEwingwill be glad to hav my old chIntz to call sot NEW BflRBER SHOPF I have opened a new barber shop at C P Manns old stand1 andUare employed No1 barber fromPar is Ky who is an expert in hit lfO6 n FRANK HEBGEV wS Farquhar TUi 1 THRESHER for4vearstoowellknovn to need description fiefe catalogue of Engines J Ijreshiug Machin Ifery Saw Mills Agricultural ImplementKmailed free A B FARQUHAH CO Ltd York Pa JrC O BAILWAY Trtts at TXAIHS AT Paastax STATIOX- EABTBOOMD KOM fb jNOJJ v i1S-prNo24ieospm KbSlvu WESTDOCMD vf 8iWJaI iNo25vv414Sp BU No as 341 ixc tDaUy except Boodmy All other dally Trains 2anearr7 iEng sar uyi- MeaitiioMV4 i 11 i1 4 p 0 i t tib r t r 1 F 1 1 Z4 jf tit t 1 4 Ii r pi ill I tIe T f OutIOORJOUTLOOK PCULlSUINa CO Publishers OWINGSV1LLK i I KE5JTDCKX THE PROUD HEROthHe rode In state before the crowd isIlyHeI lie jaw tho flags above skyIehfcIIIelMO IJelow his breath hesaid v They greet me withXAnd should I i Ere night Rome newer hero may Be worshiped by the crowd Ay but there one at home whose eyes Arc dim with happy tears loItocip I I tly lLNIS- I HARR Lt T EDiI- i 7 Copyrlctit bJLlpplncott Corn pany AU rights reserved i 0 i dfl1TElt vrn Leavingthe physicians bfiice Holbin Imatte his way through the stwetk 4whereexcited crowds Verb discussing the approaching conflict He went to t his room It is true he had gained no f I profitable information concerning the unknown yet and the thought con soled him to some extntbe had made I I wo important discoveries llrmlriar 4 was his enemy and the lux ting hut really occurred But whbwni the finn and wKy should lirodnar seek to shield him Forthe first timcthcn U dawned j upon Holbin that Krodnar was the friend who camp to the refciwof the it oiiudrc1 mnu unl bore liii avay 41crrt1n eorrolmrattd Loiiife and spoke from a clear snemory 5 then Frpnorhad leeppisnved tru- VIf OlrI y partIng front the lIIun tnl loved tI This iJienfal conclusion flllrdhim with rage despite the fact that he did not and could not believe the girl guilty of Ktrious eltrbrv Jominon rne tolcfhim also thatntroOnarryionlil not have btCIl a party to a cindnl and the protector It was a bad n gae to his SuJmmn 1tof his own i lInstrts lie llioughfcoflcn of Uis mother who had RichYftood so iety at h r nf1 ends ullfliivhoMe clear iBCiyJmind could jiiI the mystery if ft could be picrcediJJut he heaitated ntbis tage ThT Ie other ffCrcl eli that vrhichoalHoi liiidf4itnot 1diiii a hoe peeeeefluiiflih1irnOtld Hut why not Frances Xo explana tions were UlCthan there and Mie 9 was yonrig and 0cmmI easily jfrightenoJ Ue vejst at once toJjcr room and upon the plea of urgent U HtcoMty forced his way in He found PLPr1aILJS lifrJvith hrcheeks we j with leer ajid 43ntlb1khvLsihtit i4 I hare a matter of great importance 4 Frances to discuss Priltet4 andmuch as L trt ipJt n lp for It had regained her calmness by 3esperateeffoti iI J b1t oib1 t tttlwaY6jUs i iodn nitthe aflot IltIutb fi1f any subject in which we are jointly in necedltllterUvtnna yc1PIIP t lam trr i Illta1I1peearlbrllj1t I be sai J but leTt a i there it BO time to watte Night be ffo IgsElSijjyrSatsfin this cfiair yoij 1 Jin ufronto1 Im ln9 ameont wonrnjin1tuirt the pasterhgbackUieiVrandthe man ciSct is now treating him in his rooin I dc rt imlnd the name 1r1 iriaii and your t reasons toe n a v iilr itrto this 1ioiafJ 1 icUo11in t f Friinecjh although forwvarnrd was 7 but asirJB1q s npfkcepthc tell t tafl bo from her face r3 ttM not attempt to deceive nil Give t me the riameanc ytiurreasons Iio ff Jly what right do you tlnhand this S h irr Her ToictMsteadiefras the looked 2t bun fcfrichly in the eyes 5B3 ihe right which your fathers i nill confers For if you take one course v under that wifl this property is iis5 rfr iroutake1Iti In themeantim tJ Ehe saW olJly C Ihaveceveralyears in which loie- jciatf and during ihos years neither yotrMior your mother can drive nie from this house Driv you1 Frances liss llrookin t 1othi tbisliofoIh I amc whether V willing or qnTiUinitbe present head f fthli tamily pr at least thifc house t J013 MI liicjjmond will bojd me re l f happenshere5inaist that you explain thin most rer- f markatye occnrrence J hot force 11 nirjtij tjkt assistance bftheiioHce anti f Sirjwfrairi t etprpubllcTht i Lau net afraid that y6hwill do LthatMr Holbin youjiaye too much at fslake Dr todnarbOicTe has told j o you that he was In this room and 1 ifJnot hold him responsible Xo one has t Ibei3 in this room lctillJmuce t a by m consent arid if any crime has been committed the criminals Ire 4 7 prdhably better knoxvn to you than IS any6ne else I am totally in the dark It gj ilhate nonfoawhj anyone especially X woman should attempt to shoot a nend omic here t tiLA woman Who told you a woman i did itr I Ee nlIl5 1 save hera racks and e ti ii bb u tls1Jt tbe b i u1a 1trI Holbin laughed silertly t You play that qs though It were v trump ie said Perhaps no woinhnV 4 4rlkka have ever been there but joura e t JqiJOu gardenr relma4e1nYUf e t J dont question your honesty Mies 4 I Bro kin but others might and if peo tj pie weredlipoted to jsdge you kindly o rtbey would simply suggest that you b J sJt had a powerful motive To thIs she t reply She had picked upe l tiI3rdna 1I letter from the table sinl 4I moved away seeing which he said per jfcUtently You will please answer my z rAI question I dislike greatly to Rnno y- 1iy6u but my duty imperative Your t tecret will be safe with me andl Cs must protect the name of my futur- ewif7ihatt 3 ji you will admit s your wife llaeyou suppon for I i moment sir that shall everbtcowe 4t o jVifv Frances came bitcki a qO r rt WTfitobtl JUrfort hinx VbrvMr HolWu j 0 Ab t ft 1 y f1p 1F1 1 rtj v J e1 t ra j 1fotS t Y 1 there lii not wealth enough in Virginia to bring about that MUs llrookin and Holbin sank his voice to the most courteous of to ueeiicI met leer glancesuithouit em bUr ioiieefltwley is it thafjoudis llke raeV c JJJ have not given theNIinatUr n oug1tir lsiiriphaeeeiJt thefacC IJo vwus kilcntji momirit hieal4 vn H s f ion hate my mother he said sail and bitterly and I am included I that nut admitting that you leave cause to hate lien anti I do notyou leave none to hate me Con sider the injustice Let me Kay now I did not expect ever to tsay it but a man is no man who will not cielci- ecijrn1feertiie say nov flint so far qn having janslf to hate inn if pro ou 1t1 nijpe t t Vyjujiathy for your loneliness if genuine affection and the tendered love count for anything with a womim you liner more than suthciejit aIr to tiiinkLeII of me Frances okeel upon len with ainaxfineiitx uched in pill of her res ilutlnn He was not slow to percoivc this OIy inothcrhe continued is not from tier worMV standpoint a lovable wpjnpn but lib is my mofhcr and jine leer son t is selfwilled hut she isjusti Shah 1 admit iJ to 01l1 She has matTe tiyiife nnhuppyv he lens bet1 a the causa of my living nieroadiWho was Louise then Aiid why lioul2 tIi rnentionof herennilinrei- lledk my father She covered leer face with her hanus and give wI- tg to heeraf weiil J fev nVohicnts until h lygaincif her coin jKisiire There are turned down pages in the lives of all men Miss Itrookin and in I hr lives of some women An other time I shall tell you thee his tory of 1IIiIntl let you judge me if you will lint swear to you now as though I stood in the presence of God t hilt I did not lead her off by means of a knock marriageii did not You max not nndersjland it limit there are times when the man is not alone to blague In these matters He is in volved through his chivalry nod in trying to protect a woman he sonie imlsrllhls both time woman and him eli I have tinrI1iit If yon knew how suffered you would pity not blame mr Xofnplete rpltriit inn uas nhltotttievlIiIt I have titmice my best and today my life is as free from evil as most mens In no other way could Hulbin hate so oiielied the girls heart At the Inniqrnt she did pity hint Uteent scenes in leer own life rose before htr ac lie had 8POkI hP earned t oLIgtIIenoels 1ilh1JUPInt o iiite me Chavc xiijidgedt yiS The wofds 8I1rpr1 u miIjier Hewas not i to see hiiiopportnnitv amj hljf ajilvantage kif t J ll gjuinisjugftrd me itLrs nat rkf ir vcr ls1 iuan nore un mtuaatcly Mtnatwlo leve the deareat w klfof his hcartithnn I ian Your dearest wihoo she beganmThe vishimake you my France y9tm wilt think it a very nat ural wish under tne circumstance s lrrol1ll li1ig Ill 1 inn afraid and yet whatever may have been my mothers interest in your fathers will knew nothing whatever of it Why have beet there ci few tees only And do you suppb e for one moment that I could share in any property extort ed frqmjiou by such strange circum taImcks I am not the heir if you hclpdlllthe day you arc til if I am sure that you ciitot wish to tale ITOpert wIth jiefentiiiubraneejbf i husband I s y ftWhioim wfltin dcfcnueit tff niarry Oh MrilolbinT 1For the rest this miserable mys tery you areansvyercd already If I Tellevfd that you were in way compromised I would not 1ltFft that qye our A j PIcBse please ilonoii 1 could H even remain in this iy Ulmitiei9ubt ytt Hut as man who seen mmiaaaya woman the innocent victim of mistakes arid bad advice 1nl11 bound to use every en deavor i 6 protect your own timid mothers interests This Dr Unj- nar He is in v friend Dont speak ill of hint I ftjjenk ill of no one lint I warn you that he oUsolutelv unlit to advise n girl Headstrong opinion ated arrogant he stakes everything upon his own judgment and when such si man loses he loves for others besides himself Frankly Lhavc seen men by the ten thousand until one mans face anywhere indicates the moraltribe to which hehclongs and I tell you Dr IJrodnar may be true to one friend at the expense of an otlmei4 I cannot listen if you accuse him l shall not accuse him I shall onlysay that I ipIvoemnnpdnothing of you ut I ask iou as a man whose tenderest solicitude is for vote to in form me of the mysterious oceuf rence in this coonu Will you Frances was embarrassed lisioodimpat length with a kinder look in her face than he had yet seen There is nothing I inaythi you he aldbutthb I anI sorry sin eerely pro thot I hate nufjndged you and I think you are generous and kind to meJ For that I thank you And now again fqrgive me for having troubled you todaythe matter seemed a pressing one Will ollwil1 you still Insist oii the MlsisnfooWn May I not sometimes bit Frances It matters Iittles1lc ni4atlength lInt when he was gone she reviewed her action with growing wonder What possessed me what influenced cite ttfyield to much she asked herself over and over SKe was too young to kuow thata mystery was involved in that question as old at the human nice cuppm ix The nionientary happiness which his unexpected impression upon Frances tiroughi to llblbiri soon gave place to jealous JIg It watt impos slide for him to rest satisfied He told himself that the war was on that he had been wonderfully success fail in his contact secret foe and that victory was still possible He went forth blindly into the seeking information Of auunknownw- oundctJ manbutv of course no ex planation was forthcoming c01 Xho reasou Jhut uo ohe ks yof such a man At dark he Bought the policeman whose beat was ncaresft the fIJrooklh residence PistotsbM Oh yes he had heard pistol shots every night since the Avar fever came on the town Was full of excitement And the officer re membered also that recently a car riage had been twice driven upon his street near layightthe 5n cidenthadinipreSsed Kilibecaiis The hour was that ifa which the was Usually quietest lie had beehj un dtJ the impression that thel clHia e bnedarBr9diwrautLheJbhsatisjletL lt77lf f t that some siiddtn Illneiso had made the speed neecsgajy Why ha asked is there nnything wrong afoot Knyinond assinvd him thaI there was not and passed on leaving the raryiItheconfirmee Louise but he hall reached the limit of his powers except in one direction Mammy esas the last wit jiess anti he hesitated long because of leer relation to Francis Finally in desperation he privately summoned her to his room The woman stood looking curiously at hint as he charged meek and forth across the floor until he paused and confronted herYou are called mammy believe he said sternly Yes sah Mammy was startled and amazed You are of course aware that you now belong to my mother and that I propertyIluecum ma 1 done blong ter ole minil slit gi me specially to Miss ra maces ti my adjusted her glasses and looked at him anxiously That makes no difference woman We recognize no will in t hi11II1Ie that conflicts with my mothers want you to answer my questions now and conceal nothing or it will he an unfortunate day for yuan old as you are Where were you night before lat Mammy was astounded Xo one ever addressed her in such a man cliegeelharacterthe second Airs Itrookin she hall lost much of her prestige but sh utill held sway over the servants and in tlwillr she reigned supreme was out to see my daughter wKtit IIIIan When tlitlUII return Mammy looked crititulinl her questioner anJ waited Answer me Oh I come crlong lyick nex ely sahAt what limieat what tiineV Long bout daylight I reckon sah Where was your Miss Frances when you came henIIn lied was shieS Yes sah an sleepin Iiitr fed kitten What for you a kill me bout young miss- Answer my questions Where did your daughters husband spend thee night He spen 11niht will de doctor course coinin an goin to sick talks le likt always do Did he have the carriage out Course he lied de kerridge out Ilolbin walked the floor more Iud more disturbed lie adopted a more gentle method Mammy how long leave you been with this family Ole marster way back yonder gi to ole miss when she was burn MAMMY STAGGKI5KD AND SANK UPON Tim EDGE OF A ChAIR an ole mitt gi me ten Miss Frances sale R en hyah always Nothing on earth could tempt you to say or do anything that would en danger your young mistress of course Xo sah Ole miss any dayshe die Mammy take eyar anychile an hole er han an promise Do you know that am to marry your Miss Frances Fo God Who tol you dat It was in her fathers will Hut you are not to speak of thnlnot n word even to her The tulle will come mammy when Ishall rely upon you to help me take care of her and make her happy Will you help me Yes sah You can depen on mam my night or day lint marster when you goin marry Miss Frances She nice nothin hilt er chile now know that anti that is why 1 consulting with you I am going to tell vou a secret Will you keep it It is to help leer Yes sah 1 ain goin tell nobctiy sah Do you know what happened in her room night before last mammy while you were away What happen dcre sah A man was shot in there and des perately wounded Hush The womans dismay tvas genuine to was her curiosity ilit leaned forward eagerly Who flat done eliot im dont know Who de man got shot I dont know that Was there nctJi Ing wrong about the room when came back lie saw the quick int Dili gence in her face ant then the Af rican cunning and secretiveness re turnedShe shook her head Xo Iahlrllt nothin wrong when I conic rbciijirpIayeJ his nst card You know more than you will lell me hut I cannot waste any more rime with you mammy If your mistress is arrested before morning you go back to the country for life Take up my Miss Frances Mammy staggered and sunk upon tIme edge ol a Thee roan who was shot in that room is dead Dead Yes And I can do nothing Every bod meYounEr mean dey gointer tek tip ole misss chile I cant say positively If I thought so I would have her ou of this city in six hours and you with her To Be Contluucdl Ills Wl e Saw The bishop of Jlipovi Dr lloyd Car penter as becomes the only Irish oc cupant of an English see appears to be the wit of the Episcopal benr When about to lay the foundation stone of a new vicarage tit Wakefield not long ago he was invited by the architect who handed him the trowel and the line and plummet to become an operative mason for a few moments I cannot answered the bishop lay claim to the title of an oper ative mason but I jan certainly a working Carpenter Chicago Times Herald f 46 JUDGING CHARACTER Dr Talmage Urges the Adoption oft an Unusual Mode In mails lilneiiiirnr He Mionn the Illf- frrrnof III time Dlvlnt mid the u it Wiiy The WrlifTu lieu tlf gmllosmei CorIHhl ly Joul KIopscli X YJ In this discourse from a symbol of the Whit Dr 1a ge urges the adop tion of an unusual mode of estimating character anti shows how dilVcrcnt is the Divine way from the human way text Proverbs li 2 The Lordiweigheth the SPiritstThe subject of weights and meas tanya is discussed among all nations is the subject of legislation and lens much to do with the worlds prosper ity A system of weights and ideas ures was invented by Iliidoii ruler of Argus nhollt SOU years before Christ An ounce a pound a ton ucrc differ ent in different minis Henry Iiiicided that an ounce should be the weight of 4i11 dried grains of tvhmtati from the middle of the ear From the reign of Villiani Ihmlcltlr to Henry HI the English pound was the weight of TiiMI grains uf wheat Queen Elizabeth decreed that a pound should be 7000 ices of I methitinum kept at the office of the exche quer in England in an atmosphere of CJ degrees F decides for nil kent liritain what a pound must be SdIentific representatives from all met in IMH in Paris and established inlcrnttionil standards of weights and Iuauisumrtshlilt umgti a ii flilaisof troy weight You are familiar with thee different kinds of weighing ma chines whether a lionian balance which is our steelyard or the more usual instrument consisting of a beam supported in the middle having two basins of eiiialweight suspended to the extremities Scales leave been invented to weigh substances huge like mountains and others delicate enough to weigh infinitesimals lint in all the universe there has only been one hal aimed that could weigh thoughts cameo tions affections hatreds ambitions that balance was fashioned by an Al mighty God and is hung up fur perpet nat MTvice The Lord weigheth the spirits This divine weigher puts into the balance the spirit of charity and de cities how much of it really exists It may go fur nothing at till It may be that it says to the unfortunate Take this and do not bother me any more It may be an occasional im pulse It may depend upon the con dition of the liver or the style of breakfast partaken of a little while before It may be called forth by the loveliness of tilt solicitor It may be exercised in spirit of rivalry which practically says My neighbor has given so much therefore I must give as much It is accidental or occa sional or spasmodic When slltha spirit of ehnrty is put into the hal ance and weighed Cod and men and angels look on and say there is acetic ills of it It docs not weight so much as a dram which is only the tin eeigha tic part of an ounce or a scruple which is only the twentyfourth part of an ounce A man may give his hundreds and thousands of dollars with such feelings anti amid such circumstances recognititlnHut into the divine scales another mans charity is placed It start from love of Cod and man It is born in Heaven II ia lifelong character istic It may leave a million dollars or a penny to bestow hut the man ncr in which that giver bestows it shows that it is n divinely implanted principle The one penny given may considering the limited circum stances attract as much angelic and heavenly attention as though the lergItto cash it It is not the amount given limit tilt spirit with which it is spirItsPerhaps no one but God heard that good mans resolutions lint ii amounted about to this From this present moment to my last moment on earth God helping me I will do all I can to make this world a purer worM a better worlda happier world Hut the resolution shines out in his face sweetens his conver sation enlarges his nature controls his life anti shows itself as plainly in the contribution of as though he had the means to contribute 500000 When that charity is put into the royal balance the heavens watch tin weighing anti invisible choirs chant from thee clouds anti I catch one ham of the music Xow abideth faith hope charity these three but the charitySo scales is placed the spirit of faith In most eases faith depends on whether or not the sun shines and the man had sound sleep last night and whether the liret person he meets in the morn ing tells him something agreeable or inlas he expected and he goes home with enough complaints to fill the house as soon as he enters it An other tiny the sales arc 20 or 10 percent larger than usual and as he is putting the key into the door lock his family hear him whistling a tune most jubilant He has faith that everything in his own alTairs and in the affairs of church and state are tending toward hustler conditions until something depressing happens in his own personal experiences or un der his own observation There are Christian people who had faith that China would lie redeemed and for 30 years lucre been contrib uting toward that object but they changed their minds anti now despair of the Flowery Kingdom since the Boxers began their massacres There are those who were busy in Net York missions and expected the sal ration of our American cities until recent developments showed that the police were in complicity with crime and now these Christian work ers Ire despairful as though all were lost Of what worth is such h mans faith When weighed will they have eighttbefaith is no faith at nil But there is another man who by repentance and prayer has put himself into alliance with thee Almighty God Made all right by the Saviours grace this man goes to work to male the world right Hcsays to himself God launched this world and He never launched n failure The Gar den of Eden was a useless morass compared with what the whole world will be when it blossoms and leaves and hashes and resounds with tits coming glory God will save it any how with me or without me bill I want to do my share I have swnu f Io ts I qtaipmueaitnot as much ns some others hut what I have I will use I have power to frown anil I will mine upon iniquity I leave power o smile and J will smile encourage ment upon all the struggling I have a vocabulary not so opulent as time vocabulary of some others but I have a storehouse of good words and I mean to scatter them in help fulness I will ascribe right motives to others when it is possible If I can say anything good about others 1 will say it If I can say noticing hut yilc of them I will keep my lips shut aa tight as the lips of time sphinx which for 3000 years has looked oil upon the sands of the desert and uttered not one word about the deso lation The scheme of reconstruct ns this world is too great for me o manage hut I am not expected tog boss this job I heave faith to that the plan is well laid out and itilltbe well executed Give me u brick and a trowel antI I will begin now to help build the wall am not a soloist hull can sing Mock of Ages to a sick pauper I cannot write a grail book html I can pick a cinder out ofi childs eye or a splinter from under his thumb nail now enlist in this army that is going to take the world for Gmt and I defy alllhc evil powers human and satan ic to discourage me Count me into the service cannot play upon a musical instrument hilt I tame polish cornel or string a harp or applaud Ice turehityst rmlAH through that mans experience there runs a faith that will keep him licci ml and busy and triumphant like the watchword of Cromwells Ironside the men true feared noth ing rnd dared everything going into battle with the shout The Lord of hosts is with ns the not of laeob is u refuge Selah Xo balance that ii brain ever planned or human hand ever constructed is worthy of weighing such a spirit Sold and proeious stones ire measured by earat which is four grains Till dealer puts the diamond or the pearl on one side of the scales anti the earat on the other side and tells you the weight lint we need something more delicately constructed to weigh that wonderful euuahityof faith which am glad to know will be recognized aiul rewarded for all time ami all eternity The earthly wcighmnn counterpoises on metallic balances the iron the coal the articles of hu man food the solids of earthly mer chandise html he cannot test or an nounce the amount of things spirit ual Here is something which the Attic anil ItalyIonian weighing sys tems of the past and the metric weighing system of the present can not manage The Lord a eigheth the spirits Put also into those royal scales the ambitious spirit fiery healthy man noel woman has ambition The lack of it is a sure sign of idiocy or im morality The only iticstion is wheat shall be the style of our ambition To stack tip a stupendous fortune to acquire a resounding name to sweep everything we can reach into the whirlpool of out own seltieienesstlaat is debasing ruinous and deathful If in such a spirit we get what we start for we only secure gigantic discon tent Xo man was ever made happy by what he got It all depends upon the spirit with which we get it and the spirit with which we keep it and time spirit with which we distribute iII Not since the world stood lens there been any instance of complete happi ness from the amount of accumula lion Give time man of worldly ambi tion yours of brilliant successes lie sought for renown and thee nations speak his name lie sought for afflu ence and he is put to his witend to find out the best stocks and bonds in which he may make his investments He is director in banks enough and trustee in enough institutions antiC president of enough companies bring on paresis of which he is now dying The royal balances mere lifted to weigh time ambition which has con trolled a lifetime What was the worth of that ambition How much did it yield for usefulness and Heaven Less than a scruple less than a grain of sand less than an atom less than nothing Have a funeral a mile long with carriages let the richest rubes of ecclesiastics rustle about the cas ket caricature the scene by choirs which chant Hlessed are the dead tint die in thee Lord That mans life is a failure and if his heirs scuffle in the surrogates court about the in capacity of the testator to make a last will and testament it will only be n prolongation of the failure The son through dissipation spent his share of the fortune before the father died end so was cut off with a dol lar The daughter married against his will anti she is disinherited 1ln tin whom he could never bear the sight of will put in their claim anti after years of litigation so much of tile estate as tIm lawyers have not appropriated to themselves will go into hands which this testator never once thought of when in his last days he bade tearful farewells to the houses and lands and government securities he could not take along with him into the sepulcherI Hut look into the schoolboy who without saying any thing about it is planning his lifetime career Prom an old book partly written in Hebrew and partly written in Greek but both Hebrew and Greek translated into good English he reads of a great farmer like Amos a great mechanic like Aholiab n great lawyer likes Moses a great soldier like Joshua a great king like Hczekiah a great poet like David a great gleaner like Kuth n great physician like Luke a great preacher like Paul a great Christ like no one on earth or in Heaven because the superior of all beings terrestrial or celestial He bus learned by heart the Tin Command ments antI the sermon on the mount and hens splendid theories about every timing ISetween that fairhaired boy and the achievement of what he wants and expects there are obstacles and hindrances known only to the liod who is going to discipline him for heroics magnificent I have no power to prophesy the different experiences of his encouragement and disappoint ment of his struggle or his triumph but as sure as God lives to make His word conic true that boy who will sleer tonight nine humors without waking will be final victor I do not know the intermediate chapters of the xolume of that young Juans life but I know thee first chapter and the last chap ter The first chapter is muncie of high resolve in the strength of God and the last chapter is filled with the rewards of a noble ambition As his obsequies pass out to the cemetery the poor will weep because they will lose their best friend Many in whose temporal wel fare and eternal salvation he bore a part will hear of it in various places and eulogize his memory and God will say to the ascending spirit To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the tree of life which Isin the midst of the parndise of God Jn the hour cf that souls release and enthronement there will Le Heavenly acclamation e 0 t 2 a In the royal balances the Lord welgheth the spirits Other balances may lack precision and fail in counterpoise Scales are affected by conditions of atmosphere and acid vapors After all that the nations have done to establish an in variable standard perfection has never yet been reached anti never will be reached Hut the royal hal ances of which I speak arc the same in heat and coldf in all weathers in all lands and in all heavens just and true to the lust point of justice and truth The same balance tint weighed the tempted spirit of Adam under time fruit tree and the spirit of Cain in the first assassination anti the spirit of courage in Joshna during tIme pro longed daylight and thee spirituf cruelty in Jezebel and the spirit of rif in Jeremiahs lamentation and the spirit of evangelism in Paul be tween the road to Damascus where he first saw the light and the road to Ostiu the place of his behcadmeut is weighing still and never yet has aried from the right one milligram which is the onesixthousandth part of u grain The only perfect standard nf wcights and melsurlS eter cstab lished was established in the heavens before time world was made and will continue to do its work after the world- si burned up To measure the time we have calendars To measure time lightning we have the electrometers To measure the heat we have the ther mometers To measure time atmos pheric pressure we leave the barom eters To measure souls we have the royal balances The Lord weSghetb the spiritSsIn same scales the spirit of nations timed civilizations is weighed Kgyptian civilization did its work hut it was cruel and superstitious anti idolatrous and dellant of the Almighty It was east out und east down The tourist finds his chief interest not in the generation that now inhabits the regions watered by the Xile anti sprinkled by lien cascades hilt in the temples that are tIll skeletons of an cient pride and pomp and powcrhero- hdisks leer catacombs her mosques the colossus of Itameses the dead cities of Memphis and Karnak the mu seum containing the mummified forms of the phnraohs It is not the Egypt of todayithat we go to see but the Egypt of many centuries ago Her spirit has departed Her doom was scaled The Lord weighed her spirit AntI so the spirit of our American nation is put into the royal balance and it will be weighed as certainly as all the nations of the past were weighed and as all the nations of the present are being weighed When we go to estimate thee wealth of this na tion we weigh its gold and silver and coal and iron and copper and lead and all the steelyards anti all thee balances are kept busy So ninny tons of this uedso ninny tons of that a motin tainfulIIf this metal and another ntuuantuinfmelof another metal That is wtle want to know our mining wealth our manufacturing wealth our agricultural wealth and the bushel measure and thee scale have an impor tant work Hut know right well there is a Divine weighing in tIcks country all the time going on and I can tell you our countrys destiny if you will tell me whether it shall lie a Joel humoring nation reverential to the only book of hit authorship observing the shall meats of the law of right given on Mount Sinai antI the law of love given on the Mount of Beati tudes one tIny out of the week ob served not in revelry but in holy convocation marriage honored in ceremony and in fact blasphemy leiicedin all the streets high toned systents of morals Jn all pffrts of our laud then our institutions will live antI all the wondrous prosperities of the present arc only a faint hint of the greater prosperities to come Richer harvests will rustle in the fields a higher style of literature will turn its leaves in tame libraries nobler men will adorn our state and nation al legislature and there will be Washington and Hamiltons and Patrick Henrys and John Marshall and Abra hum Lincolns in time future quite equal to those of the past And the last day of the worlds existence will hid our free American institutions permanent as the mountains before they begin to fall and glorious as the seas before they begin to die What a world tIcks will be when it is weighed after its regeneration shall have taken place Scientists now guess at the number of tons our world weighs and they put tIme Appe nines and thee Sierra Xevadas and Chimborazo and thee Himalayas in the scales Hut if weighed as to its mor abs at time present tune in time royal balance the heaviest things would be time wars time international hatreds thee crimes mountain high thee moral disasters that stagger the hemi spheres on their way through im mensity Hut when the Gospel has gardenizcd time earth as it will yet gardenize it anti time atmosphere shall be universal balm and the soil will produce universal harvest and fruitage and the last cavalry horse shall be unsaddelcd and the last gun carriage unwheeled and the lest for tress turned into a museum to show nations in peace what a horrid thing war once was then the world will be weighed anti as the opposite side of thee scales lift as though it was light as a feather the right side of the scales will conic down weighing more than all else those tremendous values that St Peter enumerated faith sir tue knowledge temperance patience godliness brotherly kindness charity God forbid that it should ever be written concerning us as individuals or communities or nations ns it was written on the wall of Helshazzars banqueting hall time hour when Daniel impeached thee monarch and trans hated the fiery words which blanched the cheeks of time revelers arid made them drop their chalices brimming with wine Thou art weighed in the balances and found wanting FIRST PAPER MACHINE Fourilrlnlcr Slachlne First Intro duced In SauicrrtlrM New York In 1S27 Saugerties is proud because time first paper machine used in America was made in that village This is what the Paper Trade Journal says about it The nineteenth century will always be remarkable in the history of paper making in the United States Early in the century in IS2the Fourdrin ier machine was introduced to tliis country at Saugerties X Y while the cylinder machine as to thee invention of which there are conflicting claims on behalf of British and American in ventors 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 State builders until now the high speed ma chine made in this country holds the recprd the world over It has demon strated its ability to make 5S6 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 willbe very largely increased STRIKINGMACHINISTS In a Number of Settlements They Are the Gainers In DoHtnu aft RntalilUhmrnt Era ploy iic inn Men Have Sinned ThiiM Far Irnvlnic lint 1iOO Men Still Out Washinglon May 24 President OConnell of time Machinists associa tion in summarizing time situation Thursday night said Thee situation now sIe4s that we arc largely thee gainer in the num ber of settlements made The ad justments reported during the daj flshowin the number of men returned tc work with thee demands granted ol 500 to in Ohio and probably lOOC in Pennsylvania About 1000 men struck Thursday There are some additions in Philadelphia and some in time Sea Hoard Air Line shops at Americus Gn Our policy is to dis courage bringing out any more men than is absolutely necessary to effect thee success of the movement At Indianapolis the American Bicy cle Co is reported as agreeing to tin demands but refusing to sign thf agreement The same condition ex ists at several other points and time matter is being left to the local or ganization to settle Mr OConncl aid Thursday night that he could noi understand this policy on the part ol time employers but was not disposed to haggle over a minor issue antI it necessary he would not insists n the men staying out on account f that technicality He said the organiza tion of tins men is sufficient to enforce their demands Washington May 25 President lames OConnell of the International Association of Machinist announced that he would recommend to thee next annual convention of machinists a I Toronto beginning June S that s date be sets for a ninehour tinL without reduction of wages on time railroads of time country O imrailroadsthis demand n strike will he ordered This recommendation will be made in Mr OConnells annual report Mr OConnell says that such a strike would involve probably 100000 met including 10000 machinists the others being boiler makers pattern makers and semiskilled workmen who work with the machinists in the various shops The policy will be to enforce the demand by tying up practically the entire mechanical service of the roadsMr OConnell says the convention doubtless wilt fix a date when the ccninehouron all roads anti he believes this date should be some day in the autumn e31Ifthereport from Memphis Tenn an niounced the signature of six estal lishments there to the agreement The headquarters of the strike has been shifted front Washington to To ronto for which city President OCon nell left Friday night He will stop en route at Pittsburgh 15ulTaloatu possibly some other city to confer with the local strike leaders anti will take charge of the Toronto headcpiar ters Sunday night The navy department received no tice from Harlan Ilaringsworth of the pendancy of thee strike at their cstablishmentwHerc naval vessels are building EXGOV TANNER DEAD Death Probably Dec to n flood Clot or Iluptnre of a Blood Vencvt in the Ilrnln Springfield III May 21Me after noon paper intimated that former Got Tanner hind committed snjcide but Dr Dixon stated positively Thursday night that although he was unable to state the absolute anti real rause of dentil he would unhesitating ly say that death was due to natural causes his opinion being that death was due to a cerebral blood clot or rupture of u blood vessel in the brain Springfield Ill May 27In the beauty of a perfect May day anil with cell the pomp and circumstance of a military funeral anti rites of the church former Coy Tanner was buried in Oak Ridge cemetery Sun day afternoon almost within the shadow of the national Lincoln mon ument The casket was draped with an American flag and was covered with flowers Vhen it hind been low ered into tIme grave the 5th infantry Illinois national guard fired three volleys anti taps was sounded The funeral was the largest seen in SprintS held since the burial of President Lincoln in April 1S65 There were 3000 strangers in the city On every public building flags were at half mast anti at sunrise n major gen iiertlsfront cannon near the state house This ivies followed at intervals ol half an hour throughout the tiny by 3oneguns was again fired Another Exposition Xew York May 24Plans are un tier discussion for a jubilee expos tion in this city in 1905 to commemor ate thee physical consolidation of thi boroughs of the metropolis by th completion of the rapid transit sys tern Chllen Prmlilent Dying Valparaiso Chile via Gnlveston Tex May 24 President Errazurfc is suffering from his ticket attack o paralysis since last Sunday morning It is the general belief that the presi dent is in a very critical condition A Mottle Tale London May 2kA bottle whtcl was picked up at Granton container i message saying chat the steamei Croft from 2few York with all hands was sinking in midAtlantic She sailed January 25 1890 with a crev of 25 men and was never heard of SellIng Loot New York May 24Five hundrei sailors recently brought from Chine smuggled dutiable articles of valui cme aboard the United States steam r Buffalo and are now selling loo in New York A Lynchlnjr Probable Wichita Kan May 24J W Ma hey poured time contents of a double Iwrrcled shotgun into the body o Homer Keinnt Augusta Okla Thurs day without apparent cause Ken was fatally wounded A mob organ lied to lynch Mahcy but have no yet found the officer who took bin in charge ew York May 21While the Ham btirgAniericaii liner Dcutschland wa crossing the ocean from this side 01 the lastpassagev C G Helton of Sam Rafael Cal tiled of Brights disease p iii 1 THE SASKATOON DISTRICT ff One of the New Western Canada Dl- trlct t The Great Advantages at Settlement Where the Soil Is of Unexampled Fertllltr During the past year or two a large aumber of American settlers thosa going from the United States to Can ada have made homes in the Saska toon district in western Canada They lave found the climate all that could be desired and their prospects are of the brightest In writing of it a coy respondent says rThe lands for sale are choice selec tions from a large area and every farm Is within easy distance of a rail way station Experience has shown that this district enjoys immunity from summer frost front cyclones and blizzards The South Saskatchewan t Lhenavigable and having an average width of stream of 1000 feet The agents of the government of Canada whose advertisement appears elaewherein your paper and who will oe glad to give full information tell j me that within the limits of the tract there are two distinct varieties of soil One Is a rich black loam and the oth er is a somewhatlighter loamcontain ing a small admixture of sand There ippears to be no appreciable differ ence between the fertility of these two kinds of soil Both are alluvial in their characteristics both are mar velously productive and both rest upon a subsoil of clay The advan age of this formation is that it re tains the heat of the day during the night and is favorable to the early maturity of crops Every kind of crop will here attain the highest per fection of quality The land is ad mirably adapted for stock raising and dairy farming as well as growing grain Some idea of the richness of the natural grasses of the prairie may be formed from the fact that more than 200 tons of hay were gathered svithin a short distance of Saskatoon a t ferstrates beyond all possible question the suitability of the land for pastur ing cattle and no doubt this important industry will be largely carried on Nature has been lavish in her gifts to this territory Not only is the soil of unexampled fertility but the cli mate is delightful and healthy Such is the testimony of every settler and this testimony is confirmed by enthu siastic opinions from every traveler 1 explorer missionary o newspaper correspondent who has ever visited this farfamed Saskatchewan Valley In former years vast herds of buffalo came here to winter from the elevated stormswept regions south of the United States boundary line proving thereby the adaptation of these roll ing prairies to the purpose of raising stock The land is dry with sufficient but not excessive rainfall capable of arly cultivation in the spring and ree from summer frosts The con figuration of the country renders arti ficial drainage unnecessary and pre vents the accumulation of stagnant pools mists and fogs are seldom seen The days of summer are full ts of sunshine under the genial influ t ence of which crops rapidly ripen Autumn is characterized by an almost t unbroken succession of fine weather during which the crops are safely gar tiered In winter it is cold but ex tremely exhilarating and pleasant owing to the wonderful dryness and bracing qualities of the air The win ter is a source of profit as well as en joyment to the people being 1 healthier than a humid climate1 Water and fuel these two prime necessaries of life are plentiful throughout the district AGuena at It A rain that was black anti greasy fell tim other day in South Dakota This explains the recent activity of the inhabitants of thee planet Mars They heave been shooting aa oil well Rochester Union South Dakota Knrms justissuedcpuntiXbetweena section heretofore unprovided with rail way facilities but which U now reached by a new line of time Chicago Milwaukee L St Paul Ky Everyone contemplating a change of be interested in the information contained in it and a copy may be had by a twocent tamj to F A Miller General Passenger ltgent Chicago III SLShe I wonder Harry if you would marry again if I mould die lfcYoulittle icily dont you see that eouldn marry again unless you did dichBostoa Transcript p You Can Get Amen FootKane FREE Write today to Allen S Ousted Leroy X Y for a FREE sample of Aliens Foot Ease a powder to shake into your shoes It cures chilblains sweating damp swollen aching feet It makes New or tight shoes easy A certain cure for Corns and Bun ions All druggists and shoe stores sell j t25c s A steady is better than half a loaf Chicago Daily News WHY MRS PINKHAM 1 Is Able to Help Sick Women C When Doctors Fall How gladly would men fly to wo mans aid did they but understand a womans feelings trials sensibilities and peculiar organic disturbances Those things are known only to women atILt the aid a man would give is not at his command To treat a case properly it is neces sary to know all about it and full information many times cannot bo given by a woman to her family pity M O IT CnirriLL sician She cannot bring herself to tell everything and the physician is at a constant disadvantage This is why for the past twenlyfive years tI thousands of women have been con ifiding their troubles to Mrs Pinkham L and whose advUe has brought happi ness and health to countless women in the United States MrS Chappcll of Grant Park IlL whose portrait we publish advises all suffering women to seek Mrs Pint hams advice and use Lydia E Pink harps Vegetable Compound as they cured her ofinflammation of the ovaries and womb she therefore speaks from rknowledjV tad her experience ought to giro others confidence Mrs Pink hams address is Lynn Mast and her dvicc is absolutely free rr a lt c c c c c c c c itoit i STATE NEWS ITEMSk A J lJ J MADE MOONSHINE WHISKY I Still Fount In Ivllchrn nf n Moiuil nlu llruutv Hilt MIC 1nl1-t DUlfcrn In llarkiir Whitesburp KyMnv 27 The oU 4 r cers of Perry county south of herihi t nre on the hunt for pretty Miss SariConley agttI JS n strikingly hand some woman who Iris bciiSoperating a fullHedged moonshine a p1ornrollllllIgren and this state of affairs led to an in f vestigHtion Tlic Investigation hat ff brought to light a lirg ouantity of com whisky moonshine beer mill all the necessaries that gtt to make up J the moonshine still 1 tiIisConley is a woman of singular beauty and possesses real charms hilt ollicers made cfTorJs to arrest her itbsame as they would hive done n less attractive clTender Tluy she would resist as a good re volver sintl Winchester were kept ii iiiwf her kitchen They closctl in upon her at 10 T oclock Saturday night She was up Jmill sprightly as a kitton jumped i a winditw mid cseiped in tlui 4i darkness w THE ASSESSMENTS i Scirrnl Coiinllro Wrr ltnli rrt II r 1 Hie Mntt Ilonrtl of Ifiinlntluii nt Krlduy i SIn Irankfort Ky May 23flte state board of equalization 1riday raised 41i 11the assessment of town lots in Ief county threefifths of pet 4 which amounts to an increase Other counties finally act IJItOI1 Friday were Todd raised cent on land ISarren raised 4 Anderson 2 per cent Jtul per cent on land and 3 HT cenl on town lots Casey I per cent on farm land and 3 per cent on town i10tk Casey b local assessment was I accented 1om Innlnllril TxjTiisville Ky May 2Thc Kent tucky State Mmlical society Friday installed the following new ofllcers f President Dr T It Sreenlcy Mcnd ovIaun first vice president Dr GecL M Kiddish Somerset secondI president Dr IS TJ Colcman Lexing ton secrctarytrrasurcr Dr J Steele JSailey Ktandford who was reclecteil librarian Dr Frank Lapsey 1aris Iadncah was chosen as the place of meeting in 1002 The society ad Ijourned ZDrl ata Al poln eil I Ky May 2Qov Heck appointed 30 delegates Industrial convention Irukfortmeet at Philadelphia June r Among the delegates Henry Watterson eGov 1 Proctor Knott John W Yerkes Jell John r Castleman Cot Rennet j II Young and Mayor Chas P Weaver of Louisville i Clopril to Jrffrrcouvlllr- HodgenvilleJ KyM May 21She slip j edawny from home in her everyday clress to meet and marry J Ns Sprowles and so Miss Lizzie Sprowles Htoppcd here with a dressmaker and tlie couple waited until the wedding t trosseait was finished They went on to Jeffersonvllle Thursday The ouplc lives ten miles south of here in the countrygSitiImnITrainer Wood DeadcOwensbbro Ky May 23Cal Fred Woods an animal trainer of the Can- t3 n Carnival Co died here Friday He was an Englishman and has been in this country many years with Dos ticks and other animal shows Woods fu fought with Chinese Gordon in the Soudan All the Midway aggregatlob attended the funeral DorgiarcS27 F M Kich rdson of 538 East Market street shot ant killed his wife Kittie IHchard i i son early Sunday morning mistaking 3 her for n burglar It is thought that Mrs llichajrdson was walking in her sleep Richardson was paroled by the coroner Road to DP DouhleTrnckrdYl louisville Ky May 2TThe Louis rille Xashrille Railroad Co will double its track between Louisville and Lebanon Junction The increaf donII le track necessary and the work i will be started and finished before October- plrd at n Scln ol Commencement Lexington Ky May 24 While ngInCon e idagot the opera house at a rchool i comniencement bere Thursday night his lather Andrew Grimes who was IIt STsfrom heart disease Sr1Cr torm at Cinlbrlr Guthrie Ky May 2A severe t 1 hlona visited Guthrie Friday after iifC noon A torrent of rain ned with thunder and lightning did idSchimneys Some damage was done to lj wheat I t The Tollgate DriutroedL- Ii Lancaster Ky May 4Tbe to Jute oh the Lancaster and Dix IJlver tiiirnplke near lierc was destroyed y IsSJSthe only tollgate In the lilac Grass section MrCampuclI Adjudged Incnur Louisville Ky May 24TAmos Mc Campbcll jr a son of Amos MeCanu p liell the stock broker was adjudged I i4tt Insane by a jury in the criminal di stSc witk Curctlto horses from local rnSe and traded them off- Cured Bjr Prayer Frankfort Ky May 25Mrz Met ta Gannon of Middlefork who for years had been a hopeless cripple is now walking She claims to have been ie cur din a single night by prayer ci3ctIS SpreeJ Drunk JoUingInear rrli- eout of banks and flowed through ti 4cattiepens at Athertonvllle distil leriesV and the fish became int xlcat yegbizitig capturedL5hic4 atiiicrtr llim1ptofl who sprang over the rail 5hiijn the jail to the stone flopr three S1S 1t stories below died Thursday after uoon r I i pI ii if 1 I BALLYHOO BEY FOUND i Tli IVInnrr nf the ludirllj llnri IH IIJlnJ IVncf ansi liilil nt lliiniliiiru rimr Lexington Ky Mny 27U wa fiiIIill tint liiillyhoo ley the winner of Futurity is really at llamlmrj Iti cc The horse Ill S brought here last Monday in inrrett D Wilson iVtlt car by Johnny Miller There hail been II story in cireu jla tion tutu t the horse was tint at Ham burg Place and Unit a coup was be ing arranged in connecuin with the cmoiidngThere was nothing in the stoiyi r allyhui Hey is enjoying quiet anl peace al Mr Maddens ftunons slock fai OLD FAMILY DISPUTE Mxltr t OneThird of the Priip rly nnil llrolher the IleMiSe- ttint liy four of At ienl Frankfort ly May 23The court of appeals rendered a decision Friday reversing the judgment of the Ken ton circuit court in the ease of Sam lid Swttt ngiiiiiht Mrs Mary Stcph ens They are brother ami sister mill the controversy was as to the owner ship of a house in Indlow which they had jointly iiii rehin sethsThe decision gins Mrs Stephens onethird and Sweet twothirds Drntli of Mm lllln M llrrrklnrldar Lrvington Ky May LMrs Iilla Morrison Kreckinridge wife of the attorney general of Kentucky It J Itreckiiiridgc died here Friday after a prolonged illness 1s4iIIgtttI Ky May ST The fu ncral services of sirs Robert J ISrwk inriilgc were held from the residence of altV C P Prcckinridge Sunday afternoon at 4 ocloeks The services were short and simple but impressive Rev James Lane Allen of Danville n li o Siciatednumerous and Iieaiitifiil The Ken lucky state administration sent tcrescent and crown on a pedestal of ferns with base of American Bear t ies A KlrmlUli Plot Grcensburg Ky May In G Alexanders house and store at Sum mersviHe was saturated with coal oil and burned Alexander wni nwaken ed lit the noise of the fire and as he tried to leave the house he was struck over heath by some unknown pet son and knocked hack into the house insensible where he was found and removed before the house was burned There is no clew to the perpetra 4 ors flnrdiiosvnEISnnlstown Ky May 7n an al tcrcatiou in McTabeV siloon here Ba ker Smith jr shot and probably fa tally wounded Jamie Allen Both are young men unmarried anti well con n eetedsJlkj Sliortne Jdducah Ky 3Iay 23 Secretary A Atkins of Paducah Lodge Xo 217 B 10 K8 it ia alleged in 1400 short in his account lie admits having used the money There will be no prosecution After tIe Police4 grnndjllrate the red light district mill dis doverutc for granting immunity to keepers of illegal houses loir il iounfiSit Sterling Ky May 27ir 1i Thomsons fine barn near Thomson Station containing 75000 pounds of and farming iiiiplements lew down during storm Loss 20 i 000 partly insured The Grand Commntidcry Iiivltril VerBRiles Ky May 24 Versailles Commandery Xo 3 Knights Templarst has invited he grand commandcry of Kentucky to hold its next annual con clave in this city in May 1902 The imitation will be acceptedtrnlntrrii Fatal Fail Covington Ky May IJohn Han leI aged a painter felt on his head from a twostory building upon which lie was at work at 132 East Tenth street Coin tou Thursday and was almost instanly killed Somnambnlliit JlanKlru Louisville Ky May 27thns Roth colored 1423 West Grajfcon streiet walkedout of a secondstory window in hb deep Both of his legs wet broken lIQmeopntb nnual Seiuslnn Louisville KyiIay 27The Ken tucky State Homeopathic Medical so ciety will hold its IGth annual session n this city next WednesdAY and Thursday AVtimrn at Frankfurt Frankfort Ky May 27The Wom nns State Missionary Society of the Methodist church suet hire Sunday the address of welcome being deli eretl by Mrs H V McChesney wife of the state superintendent of public instruction Capt deities MornmiRh Urnil Paris Ky May iTCipt Jnmei ernaugh for 25 years chief of polici of Paris is dead He was an exeon federate and was wellknown in po lice circles in Louisville and Cinch n nati Caiililrr Smntifl G llaiikM Head Xewport Ky Nay 23 Samuel G flanks cashier of the Xewport nn tional hank died Friday night at his home 1012 Cote Brilllante lie had been ill for a long time Mr Dan ks was born in Albany X Y 10 years ago nail came to Xewport in 1SC7 Hart Knocked Out Creedo Louisville Ky May 5anlnHart of Louisville Friday night knocked out Dan Creedon of Austra lia in the sixth roundof a 2 round bout beforu the Southern Athletic club New Tracllon Company Frankfort KyM May 24Capitzrid ists from Franklin Shelb other counties were here Thursday and organized the Harrison Jeffer Hin County Traction Co which has aynireqdythrough tins counties to be traversed let Klvc Years Bardstown Ky May 24 William Campbell was Thursday sentenced to a term of five years in the peniten tiary for getting a horse from ito Ii cit Tcnnell anti giving huh in pa y mcnt u worthless check I- 1ttfi BUFFALO EXPOSITION Atlrnilniipr Suiiitny Wnx Sninll Ow- IlltJ ti II IIOtVIIIMtlir of Itlllll Tlif Aliilinuin Kvlillttt ItuJTiilo X V May 27A steady downpour of rain fnun early mom in g until late Sunday night nuuli th IiiiiAiuericun exposition ground look like n illsortIM tity Sunday Those who iliil have the couragE to brave the cltMiirnts spent their in the exhibit buildings some a which were open n part of the day on in tle teni le of Itrstafternoon A fair sized crowd listen cd to the melodious strains of tin mammoth ipe orgauuaal jentoAlahtautunstnral building has been finished The display is of an elaborate eharaeter and contains many features of espe l of titheis also an extensive exhibit of erveds fruits mill rye and barley DIED SUDDENLY llov IonU Znlni Hiplrnl While lie aliscelnirilStinueQniney Mny 2lbi Tonif Zahn pastor of St Johns Lutheran chureli dropped dead Sunday after noon while delivering an address a the laying of the you ncrstatue of the new St lacobi fhurcli building Rev 1 II llirsrhberger of St Louis made 1he first address ami then Dr Zalm arose to deliver tht- ermoll He hud spoken only a lit tie while before he fell mill in twc minutes he was dead The corner stone was thn hurriedly laid by He William Ilallenberg pastor of tin church without further ceremonies BOYS START A RIOT C aliabuIreclj Ined nut Scvirnl Per KOIIX Vrv itijuircult Chicago May 27Boys plnyiii i with a punching bag started a riot in the Assyrian colony on Sherinar street between Harrison utah utuday night Clubs knives and ra F were used anti several jxTsom Iwere injured A riot call was sent in anti a wagon load of policcmci charged on the crowd of 300 men and women and dispersed it A scpiad of policemen were on guftrd in the district all night and would nllono one to leave the houses they feared another outbreak FIRE ON STEAMER The Crew llnd Uifltcnlty In Prevent lag n Panic Aniontr the 1imnrn Kern Uninncc Worn Small Mcnominee Mich May 27 Fire broke out in the holler house of the passenger steamer Fannie C Hart while she was coming here from caiiiiba with 200 passengers Sun day The flames caused great ex citement among the passengers and the crew had difficulty in preventing a panic The call to fire quartet was promptly answered and in tuart time the fire was put out and the damage will be small NEW OIL STRIKEr A Well Tlmt Klnvm ISdVIt llnrreU a Daj at Sour Lake 2O MUCH XorthtveMt of ileausnontu Dallas Tex May 7A great strike of oil has been made nt Sour Lake 20 miles northwest of Beaumont A well was struck at 5 oclock Satur ay evening in the rear of Sour Lake Sushlrflowinnew strike so fur from the Beaumont ehil has caused renewed excitement all over Texas and a rush to the new district is already on Vlrnr General llntz Dead Milwaukee Wis Mny 27 Monsiar nor Leonard Itatz pasturef St lct1 a kindcity and former vicar general of the Milwaukee archdiocese died Sunday night after four weeks illness aged s olodeath was hydrostatic pneumonia complicated with heart and stomach trouble Boers Driven Off London May 27Tue war nflCt has received the following dispatch from Lord Kitchener dated Pretoria May 2G A superior force of Roe made a determined attack on a con roy between Ventcrsdorp nnd Pot schefstroom May 23 but were driver off Our loss was four killed andiwounded The convoy safety Siieeljilly Jlciitlonoit Washington May 27Tlue report of the executive officer of the Petrel detailing the death of gallant Lieut Jesse M Roper specially mentions for bravery Cadet Lewis Jaeut J S McKean Ensign Holman and Assict ant Surgeon It W Plummer Surd For n Week London May 27A Renter dispatch from St Petersburg says the publica lion of the Xbvos Yreinya has been prohibited for n week because it urged the government to help work men and the unemployed as to the best means to combat revolutionary tendencies 0 Women Given n Vote Christiana May 27The Lagthing and Odclisthing have passed the hill for universal suffrage for men and giving the suffrage to women paying taxes under certain conditions Death of Than MorrU Avery Chicago May 27 Thomas Morris Avery founder of the Elgin Xntional WnUch Co died lucre Sunday from a stroke of paralysis Mr Avery who had been ill for the last two years was born 79 years ago in Madison county X Y Held for Kmuexxlemeiit Colorado Springs Col May 27 Moses T Hale excily treasurer of Colorado Springs and Charles F Smtb excity cjlcik Ire under arrest on cburjjc of eiuwzlement of 20 000 Suiun onN Heart Washington May 27The naval board of awards has reached a ttenta tire decision upon the design for a medal of honor for those who piirtici patedin the naval battle at Santiago bay The iwdal will be iJorncd bj thin head of A dm Sampson as com inandcrinchse Ilevennc Cutter Grant Floated Victoria B C May 7The United States revenue cutter leant came off the rocks in Snnich inle Sunday evening ned is being brought lit ac for temporary repairs tNZ3 th CONFESSION OF FAITH The Presbyterian Generai Assembly Vote in Favor of Revision Lenul log lilt lici Ilronaliuuit fir Connlrj A an lvd Hie Crtiil mill Ciive Tlirlr llriiftiniN Fur 4ll1nIPhiladelphia May 23 The Presby ilii general assembly by n vote which showed conclusively that a re vition of the confession of faith is desired by the church defeated tin1 amendment dismissing the whole sub et offered by Dr George D JSaUer Philadelphia The assembly de deil by an overwhelming majority to continue consideration of the jreat piotidii after I ten days of debate d sturinguc Presbyterian doctrine IhroughoU oiuiutr unnl7o11 tht e thrceulpositions rerfardinf the subject Al the opening of the afternoons Sis Rion the assembly decided to volt cm the ninendment at 430 oclock nti speeches were limited to ten min ics The time however was ctcnin order to give a number of com missioners who wished to be heard an opportunity of speaking The principal addresses of the lnj YitlII A Dickey who closed the iletialel nlhWittfnnrtl dismissal r htIon con sion the church was united on tin Word of GodbrDr a stand rifiiinst ilisnissal lie said as the question of revision was tint befort l iii a rtfttrlhieit uit tees report Dr W Koberts made a plta foi declarative statement asserting tb f supremacy of Holy Scripture as tin illy source of doctrine that the sys etit of the confession is thKanf as Holy Scripture teaches and that infants an mtff by Gods electing grace b thuttCROSSED NEVADA IIlrsnnil SiilTerrd xo IttcoiiviKiil Ironi the iluitiitnlu lrmSan Francisco May 23 President MoKinley has completed his pro gramme in this city having met ever organization included in the original schedule and Mrs MeKinIeys healtl has so far isiuproveil that the pres dent and his party began the returr journey to the national capitala 10 n ni Saturday The presidents public functions in eluded a reception at the Scott resi deuce to the members of the fOli r consular representntivos of this city fl reception at the Palace hotel b the Sons and Daughters of the lunei LC knit Revolution and the Loyal Legior in honor of the president anti a re view of the school children of Oak hind by this president Ogden Utah May 7Tlle lures Jcnjial train traversed the state ol Xevada Sunday and reached Ogden it CCO oclock lIi hioutethrough the Ruby nnd Wasateh mountains und then descended into the Salt lake basin During most f the day the elevation exceed o 5000 feet and snowclad peaks were continually in sight from the enl windows At is season of the yeai the ride across Nevada is exceeding ly disagreeable Thin heat is ojiprcs sive and the dust from the desert is frequently Fortunatelv f Oorr r1jjiistorsnr s Ltateand tempering the atmosphere It t winya special intervention of Providence for the benefit of the gentle suf ferer Mrs McKinley had passed i comfortable night crossing the Sierras Saturday night but the trip Sun day was looked forward to wilt some apprehension The rain how ever relieved the anxiety and HrI Uixey reported Sunday night tiialI SIrs McKinley was standing the trif very well Shin suffered no inconven i encc from the rarificd ntmosnhere Inr rcMt Itlevalor In the AVorli- lXew York May 25 =The Xew Yorl Central railroad coitractcd for tin erection of the largest operatin grain elevator in the world It is ti built in Weehawken at the term uiul of the West Shore road and wiIhave n capacity of 2000000 bushels it will cost almost 1000000 Still tlnve Purtnncx Berlin May 7The statements ti the effect that the private fortune of the emperor and empress of Gel many and other members of the roya mistily have been almost swept nwaj by a swindler are without foundation Vnlniililo Siore Itcunverril London May 23 The full score 0 Purcclls Fairy Queen which bar been iiissing for 200 years has beet discovered in the library of the Roya Academy of Music It was amon a lli1e of ninnuseripts bct1iiethieth t the teadetny luy n J S Stevens in 1Si7 Not SiliuhipuiN- Peking May 5The doctors hat decided that the cause of sicklies on board the United States traiispon Indiana is not smallpox The troop will go on board the Indiana anc nil expect to get away by Monday Largest Tanks Kver 3Ind Pittsburgh Pa May 24lhe J 51 Coffey Petroleum Co of Texas closet a contract Thursday with the Miter Conley Manufacturing Co of this city for ten tanks of 11000 barrel capacity each These tanks will hi the largest ever manufactured Tin contract approximates 30000 Will hlt the Emperor TInt Hague May 24Queen Wit helmina milt her husband will visi Kmperor William of Germany a Potsdum from May 10 to June 1 a the emperors invitation Important Conference St Louis May 24 Carroll D Wright United States commissionei of Labor and president of the Xation al Association of Officials of Bureau of Labor Statistics Thursday callei the 17th annual convention of tha body to order in the Planters hotel The Ilanxcntlc Colony Berlin May trom the repor of the Hanseatit toloniatioi corn pany it is learned that a number o floors have engaged to settle in tin companys colony in southern Bra II LLl FIRST PAPER MACHINE Innrililnlrr Mnililtii First lujrttt- lueoil In Satugerlliuu York in IISST Saugrrtles is proud because the first paper machine used in Ainerjca was made in that village This is what the Taper Trade Journal says about it nhnlObemaking lit tln1tll State Early 5n the century in lS7 the Kourdrin ier machine was introduced to this country nt Hanger its X V while the cylinder nmciiiiie as to the invfiition of which there art conflicting claims on behalf of Jiritish and Anuiican in ventors came into use in this country ubout ten years carlivr TheKourdrin icr niuchine has been improved in al most all its tctiiEs by United States builders until now the high speed ma chine made in this country holds the record the world over It has demon raled its ability to make ISO feet of paper a minute and keep it up and there are builders today who expect at in the not far distant future that vced whit be UJ InrllJillcreasld Perninneiit So few nile in daily iie are made well enough to give satisfaction that it is a writtclIhfollow Palmers lottmi hiss cured meof letter with whirls hind Iteen afflicted for over twelve ycarif fniiu which I nut flint wontlerlulthe effects of aimers Lotion nut pcriuv thLhoul1 ra1lalltit ers Lotion and Lotion Soap Smart Aiiairrr newbrccehcsqitickhiidntA smart answer sot So liowlhiladclJlhiaIunes rrlvnlu Mulling Cnrtl Private Mailing Card with colored views StPaulcents in AtMre s F A Miller eneral Passenger Agent Clicago A eiv Mniiotle What a peculiar monocle that golfer is wearing aHctheePisos Cure cannot he ton spoken of as a Iu hcurlJ Y OltrW h22 Third Ave X Minneapolis linnJanU 1100 0eMany an old bachelor hirhbncto rJmain singheIhuitago Daily Jveivi To Prevent Dljilitlierln Use Hoxsies Croup Cure Xb nausea 50 cts a theyuteAll tite Kentucky belles chew iCisme Gum They liks itrltitlci1 UUlOUT Cincinnati May 25 CATTTlCollllllon a 75 t 4 C- OKxtra butchers 5 UJ Et ALVESltra 5 tiJ 6 25 OGSSelect shippers tis 5 85 Mixed packers 5 5 7- 5l1EGIEtrS 1110 it 4 J5 IUIBSSlrin 4 50 fj 5 5- 0JJOUltSJlrill pat 3 SO Q I 10 VI1KAT Xo 2 red 75 HOATSUYK 7S YCh timothy U 7- 5liKlainiiv H Lil Steam i 8 00 mJlvllmCh dairy JliW 12 20J4AJPLUSIOTATOKS Per brl 75 fjt 1 90 OhiCCONcw S 00 t13 75 Old 021 900 Chlcnso- KrOUU Vin patent 3 SO 3 00 VJtEATXu 2 rcil 75 r 7 IWIOAf8oYENo 2 55 i OhiKless 14 00 il4 rHUStC1I1l S 12tb 825 Veiv York nOUIn patent 3 05 4 00 VIIKAT Xo 2 ruir f O1tNo Sl 2 mixed 11 OATSXo 2 mixed it t3 BYE jt 10KIt uily 00 VttG LAKI Steam fit S 35 Ilnltliuore 7SSSouthernCOKN Xo 2 mixod 47u l7i OATSXI 2 mixed 311 CATTLK Uutehers 3 00 tIIOthSWestern Iim 0i 40 IntilxvillrF- L01TK Will patent 4 50 4 VJIKATXoI 2 red Ct 73 ORNMixed C 47 IIOHKesTAlUStam rt S Inilliiiiniiolln nEAT Xo 2 ml ri 71 GIXo 2 mixed n 41 OTSXo 2 mixed j Zjy o gTHE TABLET BACKACHE MISS LUCY AXXIE HEISEK OF 3IINNErOLIS 3IINX writes as follows Albert Lea linn Nov 8 1899 The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio Gentlemen Although my school doss not believe In patent medicines 1 have found it to bo a fact that Peruna is a grand and valuable medicine I good health and good flesh Facts prove that Peruna revives lost strength and restores to the sick that most wonderful blessing of life health Lucy Annie Heiscr IlC all the tired women anil all the nervous women and nil tint women that a tonie would read and heed the words of these fair lathes who have poken right to the point how many invalids would be prevented ami how 1I13n way Poruna puts right all the mucous membranes of the body and in this way restores the functions of every organ broiling baking ironing that can be done with a wood or coal fire is done better cheaper and quicker on a Flame Blue O smell soot or danger and the expense of operating is nomi nat Made in many sizes sold wherever stoves are sold If your dealer does not have it write to nearest agency of STANDARD OIL COMPANY isSTC0 MADE PiyEtELET5nr teauuwt be equalled UI an T pricr SSIt Is not altar the bitlaiher thai mak a stat ulass shoe ii is the iruni- tktt bare pnnitlibst ListIflovictgeJLikc itniMibstltute Iust t on bavim W L IHmirtmsfttu with name notIcoulV L HOUOl AM l rotIitonMuW erSrrrrrrrrrraesrevo SMOk E LESS t LAAPWICK tViiyr ytif Makes n Brighter light and a cleaner fi lamp They save time and motley u5en45LIIOC of Ppcr tbc wWth reuit arI sIIImallIC flit or two No 2 5to4rier ThokIes ukottphi in ualtea lion JllUVJUSFItEEK O i bring sargeon I FOR AND TO CUREn bowel trouble appendicitis t Illou ne Inoolhheadacbunr rr30tIboluieguarnutce I r SHOULD WAFfI VOMEt experIencetrained nggrtl113tcd happyPeruna Toasting WICKLESS- P thtoughg WLDOUCLASIcl CtrrrsrrCr4WWiw areflualr 1oye In 3 or 4 Years an Independence Is Assured llf tale cp your homrs ibeitdtrated psuspnlcts gIO- eSerhesices if farmers slpibiiTebetumewealthr grortrzwbeat repotti asnttullhn0ruatIon raltTay rate can te bad tbeUndretc tree of PKIif KV innt of Immlcrat Him Ottawa Canada AcINVK So Met KtlIOt3tEriUSomsalt ANAXESISitant T- aed POSITIVE PILES IY CVICCM PILEfcor free nanipT adaress JXA K t1 lnb- Ut cutixz Sitw ink 4 ftnn nnILA1L Ill a ucwelers Weekly wIthoutmovement ttrriblconditIonfound anr until henna uMn antiIfmcnt Itlsauclt AYLMERLlIrNyii Mor Information hat do tbs out te n BEST LIVER OlJAKAKTEED J anything Prom ira Amanda Shumaker who Ii as charpcottliclirammar Department ColumbiaCityWash Order of O xxl Templars Dr Jlartman received the following letterC- OLIJ31DIA Cm VfAsu U I can speak only good words of the repeated benefits 1 have bad from the use of 1eruna dl Too constant application to work last winter caused me to have severe painsII fit to go on Reading of the beneficial results from the use of Peruna I purchased a bottle and within a few days after usingIt began to feelbetter I constantly improved and before the seventh bottle was completely used all pains were gone my strength wasSrestored and I now ten years younger I f I get tired or feel bad Ienina at once helps me anti I feel you deserve praise for placing such a conscientious medicine before a suffering public Mrs Amanda bliunraker Mattie 11 Curtis Secretary Legion of Loyal Women Salem BostonSMass writes I suffered for a over a yearnIth- general weakness and debili ty manifested especially In se vere backache and headache IUlIly physician prescribed diflfcr c medicines none of which t 1A51S Ime t 1cruna it cured her of constitutional headache and stomach troubles 1 at once ordered bottle and before it was ascii felt greatly improved I have taken four bottles and for two months have been entirely free ulYfriemlsficial results especially in cases of troubles with the kidneys and other pelvic organs together with weak nesses peculiar to women Pernna is a specific for the catarrhal derangements women- I f you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Iernna vinrnfullbe pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr llartraan President of The Ilartman Sanitarium ColnmbusO 4 LIVE STOGK ctJTLSWe will tarnIsh duplleatesof LIVE STOCK CUTS or any other Cut shown inanyspea men nook al or below quoted prles for iaa AN KEiLoan NEWSPAPER co 335 West 5ti St Clnelnnall 0tRKAtEnS OF ThIS DESIRING TO uur IPEltIAnVKKTISKD IN SHOULD INSIST WHAT rIlEY ASK FOIC EFUSIXO ALL SUB6T1TLTE3 QR 1311tTZOSSJ t1- cults LtI AILSSEast Uongb Syrup Tutcs Good Cnmime Sold by droggtata COMSOMPTlON LNKE le7SIVUITIXi TO ADVKRTIMKRJt talrllml jon uw i lir Advrrtl 5511Ia hIIIIIr a a a a a a a a a a a id1 V se VUUVVVV V VVVVV tJ JWU Y3TP FF Rowels Dont Move treatmentthanyou must assist nature Do it and see how easily you will be cured by CASCARETS Candy Cathartic Not a of violent mercurial and mineral poison but a pure vegetable compound that acts directly upon the diseased 18massworn out intestinal canal making it strong and gently stimulating the liver and kidneys a candy tabletSto eat easy rind deIig1tful in action flnnf accept a substitute for CASCARETS TlDSIS relief CASCAUCT8 Tommy P BOWELS I c as vt seem n t as of tJfS NEVER SOLD JNBU- LKDRUGGISTS orCASCARETSsimilar medicine In the world This Is ubsolnl proof or erent merit and j nboiutrlyiuarunred ulddafteras by malt or the drucsHt from whom yen purcbaaed It and cetyonrmaaeyhack for both lake onr advlee no matterwhat oils you to ay CjHealth wIlt nnleklv follow and will bless tbe day you started tbe ateorCASCXKUTS 11 1re bmon Add S1ULUQUGlro s it- OOOQOOOO CTtUus J Ls o J c Is r i V tI i 3 C I F Ojp fJ7 TJi T tr i V r x1 th f7y J rs 7 7 o 4tZ n v 4 OWIHG8VILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY PER YEAR IN ADVANCE THURSDAY MAY 30 1901 communicutioniG OVINOSV1LLK Kt Ii else we will not be responsible for ANNOUNCEMENTJ party ce in to ce l Butler Toy aa a candidate to euc tileJ4 jactto the action of the Republican party We authorized to G w W Stnton for the office of Magistrate in the Wyoming district sub ject to the action of the Republi can party 1Voare authorized to announce t Frank C Williams of Moores Fer ry for magistrxte in the White t Sulphur district subject to the ac tion of the Republican party McLxAN and Kilbourne have DemorL Johnson and Lentz Both sides are i dead game sports with millions to back them and the fun will be gStfor the onlookcr JCST ns people were wondering what had become of the octopus I Fred Funston confesses that ho ac 1 tually ate it while on his wny to capture Aguinaldo Thus Kansas had the honor of both producing r and destroying tho monster AT Delafield Wisconsin an old 4 horse driven by two young ladies met an automobile and dropped f dead That horse had horse sense 3adan exquisite sensibility for it mniL1 Wit HEXDEKSOX Aged eight3onS p and Mrs Martha Jaynos aged sir r ty loped from Lawrence county Ky to get married It is hoped that the children of each who ob on account of the age of Iitheirparents wilt forgive them And take them home again r J jjKingi rowly escaped a horrible death in t an elevator and Queen Alexandria W of almost became a widow S ilcat4fjL k cup challenger Shamrock II on which King Edward Was a guest SESATOES Tinman and McLaunn rtf South Carolina got hot up debate last week and both resigned their Senatorships to leave it to the people tn to who should be en dorsed It would be a good joke 1 and still better politics if both should be replaced with oldfash ioned DemocratsqUNCLE SAMS head geoogistRob ert T Hill says the importance the Texas oil field ia far greater I than at present can be described or estimated and the present output of 500000 barrels per day may be quadrupled It has accomplished t a wonder already Gov Hogg and some of the other plutocrathaters would be ashamed to road aloud in public their 1896 speeches TUE National Congress of Moth le era net at Columbus last week Then ia attempting to make a i Mother who wasnt a mother Pres ident of the Ohio Congress it was t brought on They scolded t cried and they prayed andmwhat an Irishman a divil of a toimeNo man present of course could restrain his bilities at the humor of the occa I sion however tragic it might ba to the womenITilE Superintendent of West 4 Point U S Military Academy and t the War Department have Lone L some good work towards breaking i up the mean and brutal practice I0j hazing by dismissing five cadets I and suspending six more all incor rigible ringleaders in fanzine and Insubordination The nation will approve of heroic measures if they are necessary to teach cadets that they should be gentlemen to de serve to wear the shoulderstraps of r the U B army PXTZR POSTELL aged 60 died at Hopkinsvillo last week He was 1 worth over 100000 and was per q haps the wealthiest negro in Ken was a native of North kCarolh a slave until the emanci r and made his money in the 1 grocery business and judicious in A nNtentsin real estate The HopI Kentuckian say ha rank 0 e i ed with the towns most public J spirited citizens It is interesting to not however that he was a anceltrylt1 c IT wat admitted recently in the British House of CommonatbaUhet naaal loss on ines tinea the Government took them OT I lossTwas 41500000 Yet our Populists would have our Government to cb4c rtake charge of all public utilities whan in every instance in which it C J t e hM been tried it is found that it Goats the government more than lqj private companies todothe I 0e worknd the service is less satlsd J J factory Tbat ia especially theY t case with the European jjoyern t TiEI l f tha failure of such raiUoad owner abip in Australia Mart 1Zwafnln Jj hie Followlngthe quto gi yes e saconvincingajf position r r f Jl ir t1 1Jr rt y 3ri Ai 0 Jtr a a J J ta iA I rr1 J J t 4 1 ujl J t J t It i ci 1 J 1 TuAT SOOOOOOO brlilge over tli Nor th river between lloboken 1 and New Yti k City that ti IeniiRjlvnniii railroad is preparing to build will be the engineering marvel of the age If tho u sages of antiquity who prided themselves on the Colossus of Rhodes tho HangingGardens of Sev Vyencome back when the bridge is com pla ted their remarks would be in terrsting if not specially import ant FOR all of societys exclusivenees in the great cities some queer people manage to break in by audacity amounting to genius Last week engraved cards invited nn elegant company to dine with Mr and Mrs Oswald Hurtmnnon Franklin street Philadelphia The spread tableware etc were splendid But one of the lady guests happened to see on the table a piece of lIne sil vcrware that had been stolen he visramined further and saw a large of her silverware and cut glass Da leetives were set to work and they found in the Franklinstreot house stolen property worth 25000 I 3 to hawnTUE fining of the Standard Oil Co on the charge of peddling oil wi ist unjuitif US sells oil to dealers and delivers it from a portable tank It doesnt re toil it for none but n denIer can buy of it It is a convenience the dealers and it th Flemtion to buy in that way The andard Oil Co is a monoply with vast wealth and no doubt ruthless Iy crushes out competition but a prejudice that leads to nagging a petty local way harms instead benefits the community where it practiced However the Stand will likely take the case to Court of Appeals to find out whether the law justifies the fine It is certain that if the Company has to pay license it will simply add it the price of the oil so that tho dt ers and the consumers will have pay it at last TOE terianGeneral bl dayweek wrestled with the question whether an elder of the church coUd kiss a pretty girl and retain his church standing A s ciGc case from CJncinnati sub ban church brought up the qt tion which is knottier than it looks at tonfirstsaid she saw Dr J N Carmichael kiss a Mrs Stanley just beforo and st after ho extracted a tooth li ehocingvaluable in dentistry The dentist is 71 and a church elder The church turned Mrs Clinton out either because she told or because her tale was not believed The P sustained the church b- In hutnow up to the Assembly A hard and fast rule excluding church al d are from kissing pretty girls pretty women except their c daughters or wives may seem rect until such questions as s anaesthetic and anodyne ualities of the kiss in dentistry medicalJithings in general and promiscuous way too remains to be considered No doubt the Assembly deliberated thoroughlyand its decision will interesting if not conclusive TOE pore mans strawberry which the same is the old reliable blackberry is now in full bloom and four weeks later corn breadl b n hlackberrythe national flower or plant is bo cause inspiration has been lacking jIeybightparadox ot the vegetable world blackberrytbrivuIa way out doors if you carefully culti responsiveItaoter As an enemy it is aggros sivo neverfailing and unconquer nothingtofrom raw to the most complex pre paration and as a wine material in griheblackberry on any and all parts of the ground the fruit that is is fit for treason strategem and spoils and should be condemned to sa taprison fare of homemade saltris l Aogorwise known as green cheese buttered with axle greasa not too much axle grease eltherwitha drink of coal oil to take the bad olltingUpm iciont IbyfAmerican onegallused small boy CORRESPONDENCE Bethel r daughterMiu S Carlisle a Mrs Susan Lane of Mt Sterling ia with her daughter Mrs Ed G regoryoTom Arrasmith of Hillsboro N b is here buying horses and visit ing his parentsraMiss Nancy Williams left Mon pisitD S Trumbo and wife left- buncday for Frankfort Mrs Trumbo is a delegate from the mis sionary society here to the Confer nca Mission Meeting which con ti vcned at Frankfort May 24alt f i Ii 5 lUranco City Lf yingtnn IIIIcame Newton Johnson vUited relatives at Farbiora lust week Miss Lizzie Gray in visiting rel ativia and friends at Hillaboro lIh1JtsUlster re at oming A somllendaughter Mrs Mollie at Fra monkfortMisses Annie und Minnie tS JulinRnear heMrsMa vis ryitingJoseph Spencer gaHihisboro Mrs J II Fmmone returned Sat urday from a visit in Lewis Co Cynthiniited a lotdt ouyllixs JEtna Denton will leave few days for an extended visit Denver Colorado 10Mrs Win Estill and Mrs Sim vens of Grange City visited at A Dentons Saturday The new telephone line from this point to Flcmingsbiirg will proba hl anyMrs R J E Mann of Tilton is- mdvisiting her son S F Shields attending the revival meeting Mrs Lillie Taylor of Decal ellIII arrived hero Monday tr- cniingburg tn to visit relatives Upper Prickly Ash Almanza Stone bought n cow for 23 Frenchfrances weekdIeSidney Harmon and Robert id by of Fleming Co were guests Almanza Stones Monday Mrs James Harper and son reJILoG orgo Sousley and wife of S sot Fleming Co were guests relatives iu this neighborhood Sun of ilyStoopsneighborhood Saturday and Sun- e day Flemingsnear were guests Mies ERIe Tnckett Saturday night and Sunday Craies IrJllmes McCarty sold a bunch of oats at 6e Dick Goo paster sold to W Reed a horse for 21mSundayschool hero everyLday at three oclock toThereere beginning Sunday Thomas Hunt sold to Thomas McGlothin a horse for 2750 wifenSaturdayrIeand SundayaA wedding soon For further information ask James Lyons Nannie Sexton ItPrayer meeting hero every Sun Sundayissomo oya drunk and cutting up IePeuticks is up with Ewington now and a little ahead We have a telephone line through here It helps the looks of this place very much Smith Thompson Went to work for the telephone company and said e would not bo back till be went Charleston with them But it did not take but two hours anda half to go Eddie Witherow and goodrbouufplucknltII SharpSbUrltISome tobacco sot here Saturday What do you call it Blackberry winter T F Triplatt of near Mt Ster ling was here on a visit Tuesday Jessie Gillaspie of near P1 ampwas here Sunday calling on fair sex Stanley Brown and sister LizzIe visited at B C Wrens Saturday abd Sunday Miss Ida Wren who visited aSBrowns last week homo Saturday tMissesRutherford ware shopping in Mt Sterling Thursday J Berry Brother of Carlisle was a visitor at B W Utterbacks land other relatives last week aMrsly of her father John Fields near Carlisle from Friday till Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm F Emerson Mr and Mrs A RMuckBoydI SelativesMrs S E Orear of trear MtI Wfternear townBA G Spratt and Wm Smati illed a dog Thursday at the nomet f the latter that was toe maddogn inWithersMonday They will go the latter art of the week to visit relatives Winchester and Lexington at S T Howard and wife were Montgomery county near Stoops yicheron with stomachtrouble and par d ysis at the Ijotfie of Tbos Vadw r 4 r r i Forgo Hill Several from here attended the JlrtlIchlngnt White Ouk Sunday Mrs W W Williams and dauglIl ter Mrs Whittington are W R Goodpastcr and wIfe it Sunday with their parents Thomas Ulery and wifeherMiss Eva Warren who had been att hereweek on account of the illness of bar ther Mrs K E Warren LIMrs Willis Morgan has a relic in pIntoThiearing tho date of 1813 and the Moharrisonr by her mother years ago Her mothers mother having six girls ve each of thorn It line Chink din r plate Mrs Morgan has taken great caro of hers agOkiaIrWo have a large attendance at r Sundayschool inJohn McClure and family visited atat A McLains Saturday night nnd Sunday Blackberrywinter is here now and we are wondering what kind of winter wilt conic next Remember BroNelsons appoint m ont at Fairview Sunday morning d Sunday evening at Okla A goodly number of people wont from this neighborhood Sundayfathe list Show at IrSnmuolllunt and wife of noar Sharpeburg were guests of Wallace KIssick and family Saturday and Sunday Tho cutworms are doing great dnmngo to the corn crops They cut down eight acres of corn for Clarence Colliver Ho line planted it the second time geShatoIVery cold for time of you The ponch crop is safe yetwGeorge Six and Tames Toy of SamJButler Toy anti wife visited their SncdogllrofCabe Snedegar and wife visited th dewife on Washington Branch Sat urday night and Sunday ova Your scribe counted fiftytwo m thenTolephoneIfhomo Monday morning Died Thursday 16 1901 D Lollieonly child of George and Elizabeth Clark nged about twentyone Jears libIother She was n good cirl buaheLord rroHeaven It leaves a loneliness in the homo below but gives u strong and enduring tie to the home above Death does not break the cords of love but simply extends them from arth to Heaven Let the husband nd parents and friends be cpm farted with the precious promises Idof his word Tho Lord is nigh t SoWe can not bring her back to us but wo can go to lcAOlympia Mrs McLaIn of Shnrpsburg vie ited Mrs Lane Saturday Mrs J M Shultz was in Mt Sterling shopping last woek Jas Horton of Preston visited H O Irwin and wife Sunday Wm E Houston of Louisa was hero on business the past week YoungleftMrs H O Irwin and Lizzie War ren were in town shopping last w eektDud Spencer of Roes Run was the guest of Miss Lizzie Warren F ridayaMrs John P Copher visited her mother Mrs Hart of Roes Run Monday Mrs Henry Hiner of Lexington visited her sister Mrs Spencer the ast week Mrs D R Bishop has been very l but is daysImproving Elizabeth Swarts entertained a number of her friends at her home unday nightnAm Tincher and wife of Losing Henryease Miss Manila Kincaid fStepIs tone visited her grandmother Mrs J M Stele the past weekoFriends dont forget decoration t the Old Fields graveyard Tfiurs ay May 30th Come out e- vorbodycMrs Melissa Snedegar visited er daughter Mrs Newt Shriandnear Owingsville loAorfl June 10tbcenducted by I Irotilliams and Bro Rashof Si trogBrgome of his uncle Samuel Copier ged 46 Burial Saturday 1terI oon near Salt Lick The a lagwriter enMarriedthe home of the bride Miss Em finarid a beautiful and accomplished oung lady The bridegroom I s a n of Elder Crouch and isant I ustrious young man The waiter ishes them a long ant happy Ito 4 ij3c j f T Crooks Sirs Turner Stull is very sick wit poorhIy Walter Grigge and wife of Mud Lick visited here Sunday ucl visioA Thoinns of badeMrs Eddie Thomas of Ewinji ton visited relatives here Saturday weMisslives in Owingsvillo Saturday anil Sunday Mrs Jessie Thomas and M lhie Thomas visited relatives ntgomery county Sunday N R Byrd and wife of Mont gomery county were the guests of Press Barnes andwife Sunday G C Tlmmits and Mead Armit e went to Louisa last week to saw mill for the Prondergist Co Wm Hurt of Roes Kun was here Sunday en routo to Memphis Tennessee to attend the Confedor at theStepstone Rev Mr Parker preached at Su gar Grove schoolhouse Sunday Frank Brown wife and son of lI with Jo SundayhnGco Karrick of Salt Lick i re Thursday looking after his rm on Butlers Branch Luther Karrick who has been working at Salt Lick returned home on account of wet weather OHio Coons of Owingsville was here one day lust week on busir connected with his farm on St stone Cutworms are putting in solid time now so that farmers may t too lazy when warm weal herR mes Mrs K P Evans of Farmers ho had hen hero visiting relatives for several months returned home laEt Saturday Isaac Karrick is putting u Iine fence for J C V Cook on pthe place he bought some time ago of J B Breeding M Markwell and wife took their to Owingsville Wed day lust to be treated by Dr F G udgell for scrotum Mre T J Alexander is still on e mend O G Hamilton is worse and all his people have boon noti fled to prepare for the worst Christian Hamilton of Georgetown and Mrs Huldy ZunHmliof ington were called to the bedi side of their brother 0 G IbmilI ton toSundayStoops The hardest thing to repair is broken heart Chris Eicher is very poorly not expected to live Born May 20th to J T Lewis and wifodMughlr A mad here u glrdayCutworms tire milking n clean weep in this tieghburhood George W Hurdman and wifet of Wadua Mill visited relatives here SaturdllYund Sumiay Tripjleuto see Charles Eivhcr Mrs Ella Hamilton and fati visited relatives on Prickly from Saturday until Monday J Will Clay and wife of Sterling visited tho latters moth er Mrs Sarah Bridges Sunday It will always ba a mystery why a man can attend to some other mans business better than hia own Mrs Pete Goodan and Ion Ray of near Owing ville visited relatives here from Wednesday until Friday Very little tobacco was set out this vicinity last week owing too he plants being so small and the cut worms so badhOld things have passed away ll things have become new saith tho Scripture But hilly Bryan lists that the old things are tho rage If the correspondents to THE ODTLOOK would name over every Republican in Bath Co they would probably name the one that will 10to nominated for County Judgesa There never has been a man elMed President for a third term an I dont bellevo there ever will be s long as this country goes by the ame of the United States of AmerI j ontrTo tho Razzle Dazzle b lielievechickens than owls For if a min ister runs out of chickens and an wl is near he will to the o Itwlchickens and a minister is near I do not believe he will try to eat the minister South Side talking over a wire fence is a thing of the past into this a neighborhood Everybody got talking over them and finally the vers took it up All went well thntilroalkingheartbreaking words over the wire H- andhat they tore the end post out seriously injured the young man Miss Lela Anderson closed bar term of school Friday with cr nice entertainment whichwas w rgely attended Miss Lela is one Montgomery countys best teach to s and has taught one of the best rms of school that ever was bl taught hero When school closed riday every scholar was sorry it out This alone proves her hi worth aa a teachor an alWhyPerry about your teeth f West EndIW e will say ftw politic next week Misu Minnie Cnrtmill weekiMifs Minnie North this Win Clayton line returned to hiS home in Winchester after a brief t hero nRichard Nickel and wife who been vinlting relatives here rel turned to their home at Ezel Yes I mean you If the shoe fits ar it No one but a lowbred ard would make a remark to hurt tho feelings of any one Yes boys we havo a pretty good ofinby llmeddlingineu AVo ware not aware we were in the presence of Slate Valley We sh UnEn Gjoyingpu it PWevote for a certain man because played a civil game of euchre e same time his youthful boys were drinking and acting like the heathens Ho winked at that Salt Lick Whitcombs auction drew a large crowd to town Saturday C W Pierce of Scranton was inns town Sunday and Monday Wm Cook of Grayson is here inspecting lumbor this week Sherman Gullett and Wm Green were in Owingsvillo Monday Miss Myrtle Skaggs returned to her home at Torrent Monday ssWork on the Masons and Odd Follows Hall is progressing rapidly Mrs Sam C Jones of Farmers otil visiting her sister Mrs J W eevesthMiss Rose Dallart of Morehe visited Miss Lena Bobbins Sund and Monday pi Tlso0 Pierce at Midland Mrs Emory Cnldwell and Miss Martha Snodgrass loft Monday for a visit to relatives in Frankfort 1MrsGuyandottcPDickeraon H C Jacobs has been transferred fr ti MonW B Winkler C IsthurchIttlLwbcrrysupper at the chiur S night next the olgothCnodaw move to nt where he will engage in the in erer cantile business withChesterPiorce laTheshot with nitroglycerine Saturday nnd Sunday A largely increased Itflow of oil is reported The nitro wtgnnfromu lisedivOdessa o 45fSouth Side and West End together with many others of your jlilyIIhJ Warren Jones continues verys daughMthere ia very sick with lung trouble Elder J R Junes of Lexington Bible filled his Qt m bentaccompaniedSunday evening a very interesting sermon By request of the brother sisters and manysympathetic friends bere f our beloved brother and friond Robert Asa Maxey whose sad death April 30 1901at bis ome in Arkansas City we quote tha clipping of one oftho Arkansas City dailies of said date towit ttillws A thAIs felt by every citizen No one can fathom the operations of tho bun mind Yesterday it turned the lie and it nerved the to selfdestruction Who canI fely predict an hours stay on Scores hundreds met R A jlSouthernToday his spirit lain the mysteri US beyond and his friends are in prostratedloving neighbors are powerless to thLasthis books then wrote a letter to his n friend Cashier Wilcox that ho had made a blunder which cost his life have IIblunderwe believe it must have boon such p uNo man would think of charging yethisdestruction rather than to lace an clovpossible imputation ilInthat the shortago referred to was not known by him until last night aadaat investigation may show an er 1Maxovo never indulged in the use of lIq- uors Gambling was regarded as an lavedIt would be cruel and blasphe to mous to ask a suspension of public spithfor lie had no imperfections known man Your soribo feels hoeuback to two years ago to this verym day and hour when I happily met oydgreetings of old friends who are l that ever formed his ncquain ha nce and knew him wellsoA FRIEND I R Dcc c J r i l jI he Racket UNDERBUYUNDERSELLIFOR COME AND SEE THE LOW PRICES f CARPETS RUGS CORSETS HAM BURC LACES STRAW HATS OIJSE PAINT CIIIXAWARE HARDWARE Everything markedin plain figures One price to all RbrSheetg fr babies4ocj Ladies Gloves 25 loc prCroquet sets 109 62C Razors 98 SOC Foot Tubs 35C Door Latches 9 4C t 90PulphcL 2318LacesHamburg 4 to i8c GranePresrvKttle 3020 50StagingSummer Corsets 250 r CASH PAID FOR EGGS T s Sh ut s E W HEFLIN Old StaudetSouth Side To Flat Greek We made the call laDarknessboth ends I B haallardHenry Wright declares he bas e veryolord inayWo had another big freal uesday of last veekthCount yourself out of place you do not teach butter than y did last vear This means youca Hurrah for Frank Williams LhetRi SuIyo r peInsa twyri for aseGlossonth lying JJcisfhe man who agrees with every d eoapsuds drinker and political ief that comes along may be pop ar but is never highly respected It is a pity somo young men 01 b wise respectable cunt go to a nipsh youngladiesthe shape of empty wine a adaw whisky bottles Being allowed to take a modest PC P into the nibbing room ofamilliners and dressmakers efco nowrrockill be dream oZ heavenly arc hi eetureMiss Teeny Bellware a beautiful and attractive Fcrrenchburgf hiustmailcarrier ns a homely one What ay you ZitchthA Frenchburg girls awkward fall from her bicycle was the cause of her getting a husband last year No doubt ladies all over the State will soon tumble to the racket and abicyclongThe subscription price of THE OUTLOOK is only 1 per year and the man who wont pay that little squid for a whole twelvemonth of religious instruction and secular information thinks more of 31 than be does of his immortal soul Miss Mollie Bellware of French burg is a candidate against the nominee for School Superintendent on the Republican ticket Miss eliware being a lady of general refinement and well qualified to fill Jerprtdringtendent in Bath Co Why not nom inate a lady Let her ba a ReO DemocratBst so a would be a great honor at the head of all schools w nghenree weeks to come from Cincin or New York Your Uncle Sam will send a postofflce inspector tramplandto attend to that business There is much excitement here er several now cases of smallpox on Indian Creek in this couaty It personsbaved Kash are expecting to take it and have nurses FLoure kitchen floor for nine days BaAsw prohibiting a man belonging any religion science or going daft over any sort of urn that rings up But any form of re that does not make a man pay his honest debts when he can especially his subscription to his me paper will certainly not pass nster at the general roll call Mrs John Pitts and a Mrs Hain of Morgan county died last ek with hydrophobia besides two children of that neighborhood Al dogsWm re ived a letter from Ohio stating to I fi l th byrabida f carrying ex gotposed ai18kicking r tStlrelyth to dollarsdoughnuts haUlete sake of being kissed Nit iouin a t r and entering the car orderedIm out The tramp fppox for Gods sake let me die in jumpedentyr but be shouted to the sick man tteUt lbonnet nded but the spirit of fathers d mothors of the past was lack ing This should not be for God neror made a more noble race than mOlefavoredth ancestryouldour forefathers and the simplicity of our mothers and never be carried ru Qin 1 w hr a great dell said by tBe t inmityhowlers about tkir xvfuS atsassinalion ofWmG nlhwas a cowardly and a fair But while thaia rwhielhrthe world is yet MI darkness who did it Now has any heard these feIksayabout the present condition of the ouilawaho t ghest office of Chief Executive tdrawing Jtopeople CHATTERBOX CONTINUED O2TFIBST PAGK j p FORSALE 11 in groundForgoGood well of water a number offruit trees and a good fence ilS MRS MELISSA ANDERSON TRY REX DANDRUFF CURE r STOPS THE HAIR FROM FALL lNGOUT AND GIVES IT NEW LIFE ShopIncleanIng youruse r We NeedIffT- TE MUST HAVE IT t rcallyou were we not compelled to cob lect to pay our debts S SLESSER j SIMPS R NEWMAN LATELY OF GRANGE CITY haS opened out a t Drug Store at the Ragan Room ON MAIN CROSS ST 1 FLEM1NGSBURGKENTUCKYK tBathends give him a call whoa in town 1 lJUuckwalter Farmers KytMANUFACTURER OF LUMBERFlooringCelingWeatharboardin UouldingLatnsTpbaccoHog I heads Oak Picke for wire J fence and Tobasco Barn Tiakar I t I