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buyla Now is the time to get cheap goods in millinery at Mrs EstiHs For bargains in everything go to Chandler k Phelps Reynoldeville Ky The of the tobacco vicroplater Brother it Goodpaster can furnSI lab you mil the Sweet Potato plants you want double chihovelByroa Bros- McCortnick Binders Mowers andA Twine are superior to any er k Co Agents Tobacco plants are making splendid growth since the coming of warm weather The season is about three weeks A late and garden sass is propor to tionately delayed is Chandler Phelps will sell you a suit of clothes at your own price und HeynoldsTJlle KyinStrawberries are plentiful and cheap Raspberries will be here in about three weeksyuThere will bo services at the Christian Church next Sunday at 1 a IT acd 8 p mci a full line of spectacle in Seinds J iicbsrgo at O C Karris ff In about three weeks wheat hrrvestwill be here The wheat prosth pacts are very flattering If you nerd glasses you can get N tb m at O C Harris Jewelry storehEyes tested free of chftrgfbl The low price of wool about 16 cents is a disappointment to far son men with flocks of sheep reWhenris jewelry store and have your eyes tested free ofcharge C Some growers finished setting their tobacco crop Monday Most of them got out a portionSBuy your buggy harness duster W ud whip from Byron Bros Best goods for the least money Dont buy a binder good for one season only when you can The McCarmict good for 1IdmeIr 1 handla the noted Elkb rnWhisw key Then it no better J W LARK Owingsville Kya ThaBath County Board ofHealth bss quarantined against Carlisle a OB account of the mallpox in that toaEavyouuen Brother Brothers aw l1of French Gingham 6Mer eericad Linen and Silk Waist Pat t rJlI EeBaembar the place O C Har cIstasting ayes and satisfaction guar anteed we will carry a full line of everything found in an uptodate general store CHAHDLSE PHELFS Beynoldsill Ky dtheyget of J S Brown the noted stat loa otDr GW ConnerfBay the Milwaukee Binder andI lower lightest draft strongest built machine made Eo LA T BTEON Look here The people that bave pictures enlarged will lave big Money by getting J U Brother te furnish the frames lOtf We are going to deal in ice this year lid would be glad to have your patronageal W LAN- KOwingsville Ky The fancy prices that horses are bringing should convince the far ser who want fancy prices that J S Brown is the best horse to breed to Big stock and close prices o n gooHaeck and eye hoes rake scythes snaths corn planters E r erythlBg in8aasonsbl goods E L kA T BTROK- LDMBIR AKT Po sAll sizes pla a cbastnut and white oak Call on er address F SLESSKK Olympia ICy J or LE SLISSIR Owjngsville Sl f a ce it 8i N t 9 1 7 4I 0 a t= i t1 Ii PERSONAL Frank mIl of Sliarptbur Sun ayed in town Mrs Dr J II Taiilbce Is biting relatives in lit Sterling Mr and Mrs Krnest Gorhara of- tIIotatiutg came Saturday to visit relatives Will T Hunt of Mt Steiling was in town one day last week on business Miss Eva McKinnevan spent sev ml days with friends in Lexing on last week a Mr and Mrs H C Mead of Mt Sterling were guests of relatives here MondayfMiss Laura Withers Sharpsh burg was a guest of Miss a Ross Tuesday Miss Pont Kincer has returnedg home to Sharpibur after Mrs Ida ElliottKJohn Stout and Ryan of R Mt Sterling were here one day last week on businesshSam Mnss of Cincinnati came st Thursday night to visit Mrc and Mrs L R SlessorwC G McAlister and Judge N Reid Patterson were in Sharps burg Tuesday on law businesspMiss Clark of SharpsburgAnd Mrs Moffett of Millersburg were sitors in town Tuesday Roe Freeland and family of Mt erling wore guests of Geo Aw Peed and family last weokaW Ray Patterson visited his wife at her parents home in Win eater Sunday arid Monday Miss Nannio Rails of Sharps of rirgnear Wyotninglast week Mrs Louisa Templeman of Wyoming was a guest of relatives in town from Wednesday until Monday ra Rex Corneilison of Lexingtonu M College came his lather Dr B Cornell teono John S Wyatt of Mt Sterling Atty John D Atkinson of anton were hero Friday on busi ea of John M Secrest of Grange City for liletreated returned home to inntlettsburga week with datives in this e toctionare Geo A reed of this town and hn W Lurbin of Reynoldsvilie selling tobicco in Louisville is week Judge Richard Appcrson C W ebitt und Earl Seiiffof Mt Sler ng were here Saturday on law usiiiea Mrs B W Andrews and little Merrill expect to leave Fridays morning for Mentone Ind latives Mrs Dora Cook and Miss Maude in oyle have returned home from a 4 visit to Mrs Joseph Spencer at C Grange City S A T Byron went to Falmouth J to join his family at Capt A McGinetys They returned home Tuesday Ed Sanford who had been at tending the Wilmore College reo turned home last week school hay closed for the summer Appellate Judge Ed C Orear and ife of Frankfort came up Friday ight the Judge having business t a special term of Court here Miss Ollie Spears of Paris was guest at M D Fans Tuesday Miss Spears will be Superintendent t Olympian Springs this summer Mrs Chas Leer and daughterd Miss Carroll of near Sunday to visit Col H H and Miss Desdeinona Ewing near town Mr and Mrs Alex Conner and hildren left Saturday for Chicago where they will visit the latters parents Mr and Mrs James Mc KeeMr and Mrs John R Carmichaelt and children of the formers father Wm Moore oa- Roes Run returning home Tues ay Mrjind Mrs Emmatt Fratman nd little daughter Alyeen returned Sunday from a visit to Mrs Fe mother Mrs Dr Moore at Ash land Jesse Jackson of Spencer Montgomery Co visited his mother Mrs Sarah Jackson Saturday andI Sunday She returned home with him for a visit J Harvey Rice of Maysville and his son William of North Fork Mason Co are here visiting rela thee and attending the specie term of Court R B Crooks and vIne Walter and Rice Overton Jones and fam ityaU of Montgomery Co wer here last week in connection with the Rice Will case James Kendall our correspond ent from South Side has taken a Ijob with the American Talegraph and Telephone Co and will be wit them for about threa weeks Scott Goodpaster returned homo Friday from Lyndon wliere he had been attending the K T S to spond his vacation with his par eats Mr and Mrs Pi ij Goodpas ter ja Mrs Jennie Clayton of Salt Lick was a caller at this olllce Monday Aunt Jennie will move to Winchester in a few days to make hor home with her son GeorgeMr Mn Fielder Branch of Tilton Fleming Co were guests of their daughter lira E W Ileflin from Wednesday until Fridayof last week Mr Branch was born in this county and is a son of the late James Branch of Mason Co a Rev T W Barker will assist the pastor of the Methodist Church in series of meetings at this place commencingMonday nightJune 10 Every grade of buggy harness rom cheap factory to a firstclass handmade set E L A T BYRON We will sell you clothing dry- oods hats and shoos of all kindsj lass money than any entuoky CHANDLER d PHELPS eynoldevillerBrother d Goodpaster are still- andling Clarks celebrated straw r berries They get them fresh ev day Leave orders thero for hat you want We still handle the genuine in rown single and doubleshovel lows 5tooth cultivator All guar antecd Prices closetE Come in and see us you are not expected to buy unlsss you think e can save you 40 to 50 per cent mi nd we guarantee to do that 46tf CHANDLER d PhELPS Reynoldsville SEe HERE Beginning Monday May 27 I will sell my entire stock millinery such as hats flowers bbonsclilffons mulls etc at cost for cash No goods charged in this line Resp a MRS D S ESTILL letionlunlmembrances of beautiful flowers nderly placed by the loving hands relatives and friends SEE hERE Beginning Monday hy 27 I will sell myentire stock millinerysuch as hats flowers ribbon chiffons mulls etc atcoStB cash No goods charged in thisene ReillpaMRS S ESrILLa We acknowledge receipt of on v1tiiticin to the ComineicMU9iil frxercisesnightThursday The graduates Missra Baltic Saunders Lizzie hirownMeciirB Coleman MolFett and John- sBerry litEvENTivEsAeheec 6akd Ina formaldehyde and hung up in a room is said to kill both mosquitoes nnd liseaee germs of all sorts in cluding smallpox It is not ex pensive Also the planting of the- aStor bean around tho premises is aid to drive away moquioeiil- UNcuuIEDLYTTBRsRemnining the Owiogsville postoillce June 1901 Mrs Minnie Robbins Tom 1ampbell1orrellann J hayden Toni Dattilo foreign Persons calling for above letters please say advertised J N BYRON P M JEFF DAVIS BIRTHDAY The United Daughters of the Confeder acy held a meeting at the Courthouse Monday afternoon it being the anniversary Jefferson Davis birth After the meeting the ladies and Confederate veterans went out to the Cemetery and decorated the graves of the Confederate dead Homogrown Itrawborrie fancy large per bu 32 quarts 375 Quotation from a Cincinnati firms une 1st wholesale list to retail Brother Goodpaster sell homegrown strawberries at 8i cents per quart or 265 for 32 quarts You buy berries of them cheaper at retail than dealers in many towns pay wholesale RICE WILL CasMrg Willie hhroughJeffersonIcase Cooper held a special session of the Equity Court hero last Saturday to hear the attorney on each side Mrs Wyatts attorneys claim to have discovered new svidence and that one of tho jurors that tried the case wu guilty of misconduct in regard to the case while it was beIing tried The Judge took the case under advisementS- TEALINGOUTLOOKRSOLne years ago this office was much annoyed by80mebodywho bad access to tba malls stealing OUTLOOKS on their way to subscribers The practice has been complained of again re cently and we have tested the matter sufficiently to know that the agenLlehAndle the mail We request every exchangeentnotify us promptly when a copy of the paper fails to reach them We hare collecting evidence to make a complaint to the U S postal au thorities to hilvtheIteaHng stopped I1ivverydamsglngton- ewsjiapera reputation for raliabil ity in business methods to have subscribers deprived of the jnthmtway O cVlSk 1 i a kiJj r DIED IN LOUISVILLE Mrs John F Alexander of Keynoldsrille died in Lnuisvillo Friday morning from the effects of a surgical operation She was aged about 45 years She was a daughter of Frank Snelling deceased Sicco Mrs Alexander went to Louisville a week ago herI eldest daughter Mrs George R Markwell died at her home in Car lisle DIED John Stone who had been patient at the Lexington Asylum for a law years died May 31st Funeral services were held at tho residence of his fathor Jame Stone Saturday morning The interment took plaeo in the Owingsville Cern etery in the presence of a large at tendance of relatives and friend Deceased was born Jan 16th 1859 and lived here nearly all his life He was an honest industrious lever man and his many friends oin with his relatives in mourning is death CUT IT OUTSome of our cor respondents for the sake of joking and others to conduct private quar cls through the columns of THE OUTLOOK havo offended certain readers recently One young gentleman is wrathy at a certain correspondent and wrote and handcdla vituperative article decline to publish The offensive ems have not been understood by he editor or we would have cut them out Hereafter we ask our correspondents to leave all such of fensive stuff out as we cant par tits insertion B OF L Now Osmond F Byron was graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Law at the Law Department of the Columbian Uni- ersity Washington D C May 28th Osmond has been killing two birds with one stoneholding down to good position in the Census Of fice in the daytime and attending the law lectures at night Doubt ss he is linely qualified now for chosen profession and in secur g his degree has put on a polish f legal learning that couldnt ba to secur6d readily in tho practice in a country town LOUISVILLS TOBACCO MAiLknitBy George It Snyder Tobacco Warehouse CoJuno 1 HlOlThu market this week on urley tnbarco has been the trongl st that we have haii this springa nd the competition has verym fiwellt Inrjjel from thin rfprlilrrfvjuisi om the country in regard tll thibackwardness of setting out crop We believe thht advanced rices in all grades Will be nllIIDC tained The red type nf tolmrco how advances in sonia instances f 2 per hundred over six weeks o The c tuition grades are veryt much stronger than they have IN MEUORIAM Last Wednesday r evening at 11 20 oclock one of the purest sweetest and must lovable girls passed quietly and peacefully a into that great beyond that be yond in which she had implicit hope Maggie line was the daughter of James and Georgia Riddle and was born February 10o 885 died May 29th H101figId t 6 years 3 months and 29 days She leaves a father mother five sisters and a host of friends to mourn their loss We as friends shall miss tier but how quickly our thoughts revert tel tho home end loved ones so suddenly and sorely bereft Alas tis thero that her presence will be missed They knew her true worth and character We do not understand why life should be so short butcThat life is long which answers lifes great end Friend after friend departs who hasCnot lost a friend There is no union heart of hearts that finds not here an end Vere this frail world our only rest living or dying none wore blest Dear sorrowstricken ones woO know that you are suffering but here is surcease in the thought that Jesus said What I do thou knowest not now but thou shall know hereafter She became a member of the White Oak Christian Church in 1897 at the age of thirteen The funeral took place at the exercises being conducted by Nelson After the funeral the remains were taken to the family burial ground and gently laid to rest There wero flowers in abundance on the casket and grave placed there by her loving friends Wo want to extend to those who slmIBut oh what a comfort to know that our loss is her gain and that the departed one is basking in the sunshine of God Death lies upon her like an untimely frost upon the sweetest flower of all the field May the Fathers arm sustain them in their grief and His peace fill their inmost souls We shall miss her but these lines are comforting Some sweet morn tho saints now sleeping In the cold and silent tomb Shall awake with joyful greeting Mantled with immortal bloom They will meet the friends long partedOnce earth a happy band Moot and dwell them forever Over In the mornln landTwo FBIBNDS HEW BfiRBER SHOP1 1 have opened a new barber shop atCP Manns old stand and have employed a No 1 barber from Par is Ky who is an expert in his line iRK HBBGE C 5Ji 1 Oar 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 full stock of Mens Youths Boys Clothing Hats FurnishingGDD s LADIES MISSES MENS BOYS CHILDRENS SHOES in every style and price See my new stock of LflDIES MISSES CHILDREHS SLIPPERS Before you buy or you will regret it Full ine of the celebrated W L DoUglas Shoes GILLONS GENEROSITT THANKED At this age of human progress when everyman To seeks to get all the good trades fur himself and leave the bad ones If for his neighbors it is gratifying A know that thero still exist some Of persons who inhabit the earth that are truly unselfish and magnani mous In combatting fmallpox within our county our Bnard or Health desiring a suitable location Nor a temporary pesthouse applied Mr Waller Sharp of Sharps burg for a suitable place who re sponded very cheerfully to our to- tIeSt Having gono with us about wo mils north of Shurpsburg on kill beautiful farm he selected an isolated spot iIt large bluegrass pasture with good shade and water hat he granted us without uitiney nd without price We take this eans in behalf of our county of cjils anti Hoanl of Health to cxceiit to him I votu of thanks We lid jlclnllOn to spend two ed nyc clKring the past weekat Shaipsurg to assit their physi httis and citizens in preventing of fnmll pIX They have one CUSP it is nt Cuban itch or elephant itch it is smallpox The plijsifians therein cnnnpction with h- iFelundfuecognizedecided towhether it is of the Mt Sterling or Carlisle varfely the party having recently vis ited both places admitting they have a ease of siunll pox on hand They hastily arranged to move the parly with about fifteen suspects laheySharpsburg is a model town in a sanitary point of view is highlys situated in a line country In SomeA respects interior but in many re specta superior to their neighboringt towns Their men are no looking than in other towns their women above the average they have a most beautiful set of chi dren who wo hope will not he marked with smallpox and this ed an be prevented by vaccinating them without delay A W V ALDEN hain Bath Co Board of Health MY CHILDHOODS HOMEe WBXTTEN FOR THE OUTLOOK h how I love to visit the hillssWhere in my boyhood I did roamw Altho my heart with sorrow flUs Whonlthinkofmy childhoods home My childhoods home so bright and gay1 kly childhoods home where I used to play IbId you once a long farewell 1eannoJa And long Ivo roaiiied oer stranger land Until my form has grown feible and old Yet unbroken is thy strong bandaAnd my love for thee has neer grown cold And In my feeble declining ycarsiI sit viewing my childhoods homes I think of the time unfraught with cares And of loved ones long gone houOtAnd of a happy peaceful Unbroken by deaths sad callI3hhow that vision before me loomsI It is dearer to me than nil But alas unhappy thoughts They rush upon my mind Of sorrow and pain which time hath brought To mo since that time I stand and view the dear old spot Where stood my childhoods home Theres not left a trace or single dot i But plows have turned the loam Theres no loving mothers voice sweet To cheer the throbbing heart That beat above barefooted feet Which oft with chafes did smart No fathers voice so stern yet sweet f Who in love did use the rod To train our little weary feet In the way that leads fo God They huvo both passed from the C i i ff i f wl 5 p in Patent Leather Vici KidCalf c Main Streeto w i n g s v i I Ien world below the bright celestial land Where ere long wo all will go we aro faithful to the end ml may t lie lesson taught by them hope faith and love e to our souls an anchor and a helm roland us all in Heaven above Where there will be no broken ties o sorrow tears or death For God will wipe our weeping eyes And give us joy and restG COYLE THE DOMESTIC GAMRA Kentucky editor has sued for divorce because his wife played poker with him She used the tire poker and plrijed the gumo over his head Ex AND TREY SLnwMy ex claimed the young man who had d tn take her out in his cutter fur call and Jacket l Youre die to kill Not exactly she replied Merely to sleighEx- For His SAKCl love hithso I am willing to die for bimandt- he maiden lady walked into her boudoir dipped the sponge in the tjuitl took one long lingering lance at her gray hair and dyed r biui Ex- TIUEIT ADVICE The poet lau reate ofKinj8lyIa8iTeetly sings Heat the Carpet gently papa Do not strike it quite so hard For you know wo cant replace it Short of eighty cents a yard WHAT TUEY OBJECT TOSpelk g of the Missouri girl who punch both eyes out eta tramp because e tried to hug her an exchange ays Missouri girls like all other merican girls like to be hum bugged but object when it comes o being humbugged SPOKE TOO LATAn Irishman who was indulging in the intellec tual toast of reading a news paper and sucking raw eggs chanc to swallow n chicken It chir uppedas it slid down his throat and the Irishman politely observed I feel sorry tot you but yez spoke lateEdHers An editor in Wam go Kansas after leaving most of the contents of his purse at a church fair strikes back in this tyle A church fair is function here a man spends more money than lie can afford for things he does not want to pleaso people he does not like for the benefit of the heathen who are better off left alone Exchange NEVER GIVE UP Sucri A Sir The noble vessel freighted with 000 barrels of whisky had sprung leak and was fast sinking Come sir sternly spoke the captain u the last boatload of passengers waited for the word to ush off you are the only one left nd you have riot a moment to lose Captain replied the Kentuck an pale but selfpossensed I hall go down with the shipExFA- RUERsBzGTwoAn exchange strikes its poetic harp in the fol owing Sins ho for the Kentucky o sing hi for the littlebrdwn hen such a couple was never on earth below to feather the nest of men With the product of good Queen Bess no udder can compare while the snowy trait of the cackling beaut brings a solace for every care Men risk their lives for the golden ore laid deep in a frozen clime when these faithful servants bring them men and peace at the self same time With pasture in plenty and bugs gidot theyll never lack for feed their stock is at pr in the grocery store for the things the farmers need Tben three times three for the female fowlat the farmers door they feed before no wolf line it chance to howl Ko poets pen ever hatcheda theme rtfore worthy of a poets pen than the kindly queen of the pasture green and the busy cackling hen J I 6 1 A FARMERSYou want the best Plows arid PlowG earing VULCAN IS THE BEST CHILLED PLOW VULCAN is the strongest and lifrhtest running VUtCAN doss ih work easier and does it better Try the VULCAN It It dont snit you I will rive you your money back BRINLEY IS THE BEST STEEL PLOW hALLS HILLSIDE i thebest for steep land BELL CENTER ISTHE BEST DISC HARROW It has oriz inor disc than other Harrows and cuts out ceiitrnidge My stock of Saddles Harness Collars Hame Chains Wagon Breecblng Check Lines etc is complete from the cheapest to the best II meIMade Com and sea mo and I will save you money EUGENE MIMHAN OWINGSYILLE Itfc SAM Pa ATCHISON DRUGGIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCOS G1G4R8 Eft M D FARISSUCCESSOR TO PAXTON DENTON floderlakerierffpfflfl1 MASONIC BL BG OWINGSVILLE J Lit HESS FUNERAL DIRECTOR CLOSI11 GOliT SALEHaving bought a farm and wishing to tufa our attention to farming we offer our stock of Dry uooosuioUxinguro i 7 f cedes Notions jlGJf 72ti FOR SALE AT COS5 Or viiI self entire stock of goods to any one wishing to purchase the only store at a first class point fi r a JACKSON ESTILL WYOMING KY THE AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY Incorporated CAPITAL STOCK 25000 Od RESERVE SURPLUS 12WKX OC AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 QQf Address all correspondence to IHOME OFFICEv TrLEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS e Teeth ache See Dr Perry I a C Perry Dentist Over Richarts storekk Old Hlckry Famons among thepmost famous of Kentucky wholesome and strengthening for the weak pleasantly invigorating for the strong For sale by S P Atchison Owingsville Ky We Need uI WE MUST HAVE ITlAll those indebted to us please call and settle We would not nsk you were we not compelled to col Itct to pay our debts S SLESSER SIMPS RNEWMANj LATELY OF CfRANQB CITY has opened out a DrugStore at the Ragan Room ON MAIN CROSS ST FLEMINCSBURGkENTUCKY And would bo pleased to have hidi Bath Rowan and Fleming county friends givo him a call when in town J1R1Eucwa1toFarmers MANUFACTURER O- FLUMBERFlporingC IingWeatherboarding MoultUngLathsTobaccoHogsheads fence and Tobacco Barn Timban Why dont you see Dr Perry about your teeth 0 Good whisky is both door anditonic Betted loojjfiijf Hjarr doctor better tasting than all mefliclnea For general family nse nothing quel whisky and HARPER Whf is preeminently the family whig y Eold by SW Lane Owfngs Haelrfgg Olym n Springs Ky TRY REXDfflDRUFF CURE STOPS THE HAIR FROM FAldf ING OUT AND GIVES IT NEW LIFE Johnsons Barber Shop In Cellar na ivirsvIle BanjkJrtg Special attention paid fd clean 1drensFarquharhas ben the leading7 THRESHER for 45 vearstQO well known totneed description hero Send for illusfrated catalogue of Engines Threshing 3acbI ery Saw Mills Agricultural Ituplementamalled free A B FARQUHAf COlJ Ltd York Pa J 4 J O RAIL WAY TlUEOr TXAIXK AT PjlCSTOK BTAtlOW EASTBO CKD Oi 10111 48iix No2I2tSpeNoL prit bbICNCLSIa u 6iatd NoS jlilS p In- No8 uI41p nt tDalls zeept Snadaj Aft others dally TrInstSazatScarjDfdtai eir svinj Meats e1ACnrte TIMECAttDEFKECtiT E JULY 15 1WJ Kxpresi Trains tOrLoutzTiiieLexIngtoi Cincinnati WadMncton Kaw York and Eastern ClUes roe Information lea ilnratesa eepz JtLag car reservations call on or aadred Agent Ci OBallway Preston Static Q W B AHXET C S RtJix DPA AJIt GPA trfxtaiton By O nJM tT I t 3 LV 7Ijyt t L j 7 n n IOlvInosVIllG Outlook tOUTLOOK PDBLISUINO CO PublUhen fOWl GSVlLLE I KENTOCKTt 1 A WOMANS SONG IDoyou call my face a rose the time of pores near I TForFor you know that roses die scarII I I e mows I 1 as never rose or rtar t OncK too near and ones too far 1 Im no pebble and no pearl girlIto keep t youre aelrcp Eyes to kindle when youic glad rtpTongueCall me wife and comrade dear Call me neither star nor romThen the day I nero not TVhtnrtw snow falls on my head Then ray w ul to yours shall Chacgelt though my beauty got nd the eyes I love not fire Youth and crace forsaking me As the bees forsake a rose t3iknuItr Gazette I PSy HARR cmLlnmn Copyright 1S99 byjB Upplncott Com pany All rights reserved CHAPTER IX CONTINUED Mammy came close to his arm utter ing a warning wordless sound and looking fearfully about hera De kerridge come for me in er ruhi ties fo day an we took up de doctor at es office on de way hah When we ffo in derc Mis Frances Mttin in de I big chair shiverin He done tell me IIAsdKus ting we know 1 done bun bloou on er haneon wrapper an hit sholy 4 me lint he wont talk an flie tonltalk ccptiu tcr tell him ome pointer fliool im fum do winder4 Ihodgit out pretty quick bout lat time j an binirby she go ter sleep Hut hc am been ertef Miice an the dcs Mont talk bout dat night She Is that IIV Ko God Do you hue any icea who the wan that was shot her So ahJin hyjli cm mcntion e t name nair time What young men does the know Who visits her Nobody She ain been out dat ynr rate senccfhe came home cepn to run round ter ace de doctor or go to Iullch or shop er little Dora the ae t ay locked Mos all mit time locked An we nils keep de eJsjiiss Frances an me Mammy you have been blind if you are telling the truth and think you are telling what you know Vow lie ten if you wish to remain with me t alter I am married do just as I tell you Uo and find your daughters husband what Is his name Joeauih Make Joe tell ou aUabont tide affair Get back atonce and come toI niy room Dont speak of this matter to anyonedpt say the man is dead nt1ecpare to leave tire cIty with your Mist Frances lIlt befnmr necessary to leave we shall have no time lolose Go I rely upon you I Joedone gone slllfhe said doctor done sent him up de kentry CHAPTER X tir h llolbin received time negro womans report In desperation Upon he He- i ond night after casting aside all tcrnplc he went to huh mothers room She had not retired but was busy with her correspondence which she put aside as her son entered the door Without to read them he saw Washlngtctfr D Cupon teirral sealed letters a fact that hojrialcd I later The stnir tIr which lit up her ereeDu aanoc difappenred when she noted the tool of anger and distresvbs his face Ve1lhC eniti are oui aliliia satisfied It was their lirel itirrtiuu alone since the cuMtli of John Brookin- Do not congratulate yourself too p soon mother The game Is but half jdsyedemit and we may find that strong cards are lurid against us What do you mean by that Ire walked the room panting at times before her as she satin her arm chair Her black eyes followed him Her white face was frozen into an im penetrable mask lie described time t occurrences of the mat few days and made a clean breast of it all reserving only certain facts in connection with his experience with Louise among childCreservations he mentally cisted- as Irrelevant It is not likely that Raymonds con ifrulonlgre tJy surprised his mother uithImost 70 elements of hb statement were the dangerous character of Louise and the astounding circumstances of the s shooting Yet these drew from Mrs Brookin no comment no evidence of vxcitement or dismay She regarded 4vi ohr ton silently and sternly for a few 1 moments then dropped into a chair J A flush at length overspread her white face Raymond knew that it was theI r advance wave of a tide of anger and 4 rlnCarose calmly and cross 4 4 atFtral IrS1l though to summon her it carriage A few minutes after during which lime she stood rigidly looking I 6tvn on her son William the butler 0 appeared Go to Dr Drodnar immediately S P she said and tell him to come to me that Mis Frances is desperately ill MotherShe 7 the servant away and s I turned upon her son with unrestrained IcC anger Do you think that I fear him Do yoir think that I shall sit quietly by f and let him Introduce e Into tills w houjerlnto mystepdaughters room e in the night apd entangle us in his plotlOh that I were a man She 5 ghlngCreedomc cowahideS You forget Frances theIrallctl s liejof your shanheful dallying with that womanyoumy sonttho puppet the plaything the slave of a JourllA little wore and I shall leave this house not 10 enter it again Be care r ful what you say and be careful of irances Trove her guilty of any 3 plansXuattcclioB nth pqri of her boy could z a s Il t 2 3454 J hve swayed the tempestuous woman as quickly as open defiance In such moments he resembled the one human be i ng whose fiery temper and relentless brutality had ever awed her Raymond played his part ellou shall not denounce me for one infamy only to linkmc to another If you lund shown such spirit with Brodnar she said bitterly- If 1 had Wordsblowsa duelshen the truth would have come out o accept the responsibilities of the will afterwards would be contempt ible Xo mother you women see but one side of such i matter What would become of us should Louise make her self known Start the police upon this matter and they will ferret her outWhy have you not taken her away You huc been imprudent in delaying that Xcrvous prostration I have a nurse with her Tomorrow if she ay travel I shall get her out of the iity For Gods sake give me time to do that You have no idea what you are risking Doctor out inaa Iii said William returning at this moment Young oetor say he vi1lcui roun des soon as he conic back dcre now front do bell ringin dis minute like some body tryhi to pull it tru de do Dats de doctor cvytimc Stand behind the portiere in my dressingroom said the mother to heron who was preparing to depart and under no circumstances let our self be semi Almost ilnmldiatel Dr Kroiinar entered time room You sent for me madam he began Where is Frances Asleep I suppose have been guilty of a tietion hut my intentions arc good Dr lIrodnar who was thc man you took from my house wounded and for what purpose was he here I demand an instant answer I decline to make any statement madam touching my professional busi ness or to discuss this matter with you Goodceniumg Hold sir or I shall place time affair in the hands of the police Hardly I think limit proceed in that way if you prefer mod evening pub1icitnyou sir over my own signature shall make your name a football lot trandal mongers in every town in this stateAnd how about your sons madam You desire above all things that Ray mond Holbin shall marry your step daughter and inherit under the will of the man you coddled and bullied out of his senses The name of the mall who was shot I shall not tell you but I will tell you the name of the woman who shot himI thought you were the woman I was mistaken and Lou this error I owe you an apology This is infamous was mistaken I say honestly For I thought that the woman who would ret rent front her dying husband appealing to her with his heart in his firs who would link an orphan girl to a libertine might easily pull a trig ger to remove a lesser obstacle The woman rushed up to him with hands clenchedScouuilrrl If I had the weapon now I would prove your judgment Out of my house Dr Urodnar smiled wickedly I was mistaken he continued coolly the woman who shot this un known gentlenun lies half delirious in room CS at the Spotswood and her name is Louise And madam I will do herfiiU justice ehc erredinherin NO tlAIl Tilt WRETCHED GIRL YOCH SECUET IS SAFE WITH ME formation and her aim Fur the nan she hoped to destroy was this libertine cashiered swindling cheating son of yours Denounce me but breathe a word against time fame of Frances Brookin and I shall go before Richmond with my cause Good even ing lie bowed mockingly and was turn ing away when the pqrtiere was flung violently aside and Holbiu rushed on him from behind A keen knife in his hand flashed in the gas light and fell but once only Maddened with the pain and enraged at the cowardly at tack Brodnar lifted his assailant from the floor and hurled him across room He fell in a heap against th wall the knife rolling to the feet a the frantic woman To snatch it u and throw herself upon the was an instants action but she was impotent to harm him then He seized her wrists and turned the right one paleIIllswhite fingers relaxed at length under the terrific ordeal and the knife fell to the floor Kicking it across the room he pushed the woman away and stepping outside the dor closed it behind him He heard the furious ring ing of the butlers bell and soon be held William running clumsily through the hall He had opened the front door but the servant having passed he changed his mind and hav ing slammed the door made his way occupildbJat once Bring your key and let me out at the gate he said and quickly She threw on her wrapper and wondering y obeyed r have found the other woman in the case he continued bur riedly as they traversed the garden It is all very sad my child and too late now to be remedied He could not see the girls face nor understand that there was room for any miscon struction of his statement that her mind was occupied with Richard Son i ers as his had been with Holbin Frances felt as though the blood was freezing in her veins What woman sbooUngWbywJ1ywhat brieflyWbatsomething has happened tonight that will prevent my returning here You must come to see me occasionally and pInourIour wounded friendyou dont ask of willIleue i j tY 1t Je f f ir J 0r g UulchAt the Spotswood null ill He hit t s Shon1erthe effect should the excited girl dis cover that he wns wounded he hurried away to his assistant Frances waited at the gate her face in lien hands her heart aching With a sudden mid de pairing resolution she went back to her room Quick mammy help me to dress I must go to time hotel Lord a muss chile what dc mat t er7fask any questions Frances started away wringing her hands and sobbing but In the crowded streets where men were cheering and cannon firing over the announcement that Virginia hud seceded and thou sands of torchlights blazed the way she grew firmer The general excite iimenttached importance to her visit She reached and entered time sick womans room and motioning away the hired nudse dropped upon her knees by the bedside Louise calmer under time opi ales administered by the doctor re arded her as she might have one de SOllllthlnglikein the lovely face beside her she seemed to sec tile image of her own youth re peated wildlyYourselfYour name your name Frances Brookin And oh I am so sorry for very sorry Louise seemed tdhae heard only the iianiv which she repeated softly wonder ingly Frances Bronkiu And your father who was he John Brookin- Ah my God And tIme face upcn the pillow was turned away in sliaicc andconfusion After awhile she looked back a strange light in her eyes What do 1mm want of nieV she asked suspieiousl wanted to tell you said France covering her face and sobbing anew that I didnt know of you That if I had no power on earth could havt won my consent Oh I have been de ceived cruelly cruelly Louise who was ignorant that Iran ces was the girl in the room at the time of the shooting now saw her op eagerlyYouonly in pity orgllnessYouA glad light filled the eyes of Louise She coud with difficulty restrain her self and control her voice I believe you she said You wit not take him from mefrom his childHis childranees was shocker and dismayed His child Is timer a child of his Yes said Louise but if you rerca that I shall never be allowed to see bet youNoYoul secret is safe with me ndoh be lieved in hlmI trusted him so Shi wrung her hands and turned away hel face It is fortunate you found him out ii time said Louise with me it wal too latetoo late But please do no stay here How did you find me out JOulieed to see you Dont cry my dear child What seems a great sorrow to you now it reallII blessing You have mantis a miserable woman happy by youi coming Go now He may enter nI palnCulGovisit Will you promise I shall keep your secret sail Frances It is safe with me For jive meif I have made you It happya1 am sorry for you said Louise simply Frances lifted her head proudly You need not be Izumn shocked and mortified that is all Tomor row I shall cease to remember him She was going when Louise callcC her back Iet me see your face again mj child Ah how beautiiul you are Goodby I trust you Dont grieve about him He cannot ever be trusted You were to be the victim of I plot and your friends are deceiving you Why the man is poor ruined unless he gets your fortune H came from Europe to marry youmah God he deserted me he betrayed hir childfor your money Trust none Timestakewould persuade you into a hurried marriage But I could not I could not bf bound legally by such a travesty such a frond Your fortune would and tllatil youSecureto let you go forever Oh but I know him Give hint the shadow of a title lostjme somy moth beeMy child trust no one Possiblj the doctor himself was deceived ii has been long since he knew him and the man is a finished actor Trust no man The man who wil not deceive a woman for his own advantage does not live lImo tin world If I do not who does l Frances took the hanu of the Ielt woman in both of her own and held it in sympathy and grief I must leave you she said brokenly Will you not tell me you name I shall always remember you in my prayers Louise half raisci herself in the bed My name Then he did not tell you all Xo my child do not seek to find out my name Pray for me if you willand remember me as a woman more sinned against than sinning Good night and goodby To Be Continued The Emperor Portrait When Mr Charles Denby was minis ter to China a publisher wrote to him asking him to procure a photograph of the emperor of China Ills reply printed in a Xew York exchange shows that the pictures published as like nesses of the emperor cannot be trusted Mr Denby wrote as follows It would afford me great pleasure to send you a photograph of the emperor if one could be procured After mak ing inquiries find that his photograph or portrait of any kind has never been taken toIany foreign eye except when foreign ministers are received in audience On such occasions all cameras or sketch books are absolutely forbidden When the emperor goes out in his sedanchair all the cross streets are barricaded with mats and every door and window by which he passes is tipylng Y R tliTh rt i f t lflgf tL ij SING OUR TALENTS ermon for Those Given to DeprecitIm ate Themselves toleuraerI Iril To Aiiiillirr ullImllocult TnlOk I teurnlel lsheIiiimitChCopyright l y Louis Klopsth X Y nuThisort those given to depreciate them a t ofimirin nothing text Matthew L3 15 raIlun thIxeIt t epoLTHiiry is finding a man in a tight lae and compelling him to pay an uurcnsoiiiible sum to get out In terest bn righteous payment lot the use of iiuuiey When the capital ist of this parable went off from home he j ave to his stewards cer tain sums of mooney wishing to have isbt lrtsilultniYou remember till capital ist gave to one of his men for busi ness purposes live talents to mother two to another one What a smith amount to last you think ansi howgti could he be expected to ItO uu with only out talent 1 to telImul you that one talent was about i OI alllulhlrhave the least have munichthWe bother ourselves a great deal aimiit those who arc highly gifted or have large linaniial resource or exalt ed ollicial position or wide reaching opportunity We arc anxious that their wealth their eloquence their wit be employed on the right side One of them makes H mistake and we say What an awful disaster When one of them devotes all ld Cst great ability to useful purposes we celebrate it we enlarge upon it we spenkof it as something for grati tulle to God Meanwhile we give no time at all to consider what people arc doing with their one talent not realizing that ten people of one tal ent each arc quite as important an one man with ten talents In the one ease the advantage or opportunity i s concentered in a single personality while in another it is divided among ten individuals Xow what we want to do in this sermon is to waken lies ple of only one talent to appreciation of their duty Only a toss people have live talents or ten talents while millions 1 short text is like a galvanic bhok To another one The most dilliciilt thing in the world is to make an accurate oath mate of ourselves Our friends value us too highour enemies too low To find out what we mire worth morally and mentally is almost impossible We are apt to measure ourselves by those around us but this is not fair 11mev unity he tory hrilliant or ver lull very good or very had Indeed aniweight nor is there a standard by which we emIu measure our exact in tellectual height so the hardest thing to lit is to calculate our real stature or heft But it will be no evidence of egotism in any of us if we say that we have at least one talent What is it and finding what it is what use shall we make of it Time most o tathe people finding that they have onh one talent do as the man spoken of in the parable they hide it But if all of time people who have one talent brought it out for use before this century is half past awl corrc spondents begin to write at the head of their letters 1130 the earths would be one of tIme outskirts of heaven I sk you again What is your one talent Is it a cheerful look Carry that look wherever you go It must come from a cheerful heart It is not that inane smile which we sometimes sec which is an irritation In other gbrightnostril and mouth Let ten utica who are accustomed to walking a certain street every day resolve upon a heerfulcountesmammee as a result of a cheerful heart and the influence a f such n facial irradiation would bo felt not only in that street but throughout the town Cheerfulness is catching But a cheerful look is exceptional Examine the first 20 throughPellllshania street or Broadway or State street or La Salle street or Euclid avenue and 19 out of the 20 faces have either an anxious look or a severe look or a depressing look or an avaricious look or a sneering look or a vacant look Here is a missionary work for those who have trouble Arm yourself with Gospel comfort Let the God who comforted Mary and Martha at the loss of their brother the God who soothed Abraham at the loss of Sarah and the God of David who consoled time bereft spirit at the loss of his boy by saying J shall go to him the God who filled St John with doxology when an exile on bar ren 1atmos und the God who has given happiness to thousands of the fillingthemwere more than the earthly advan tages that are wiped outlet that God help them If lie take full possession of your nature then you will go down the street a benediction to ginrun upon and belied and had their homes destroyed will say If that rlieas mine and he goes down the street with a face in every lineament of which there arc joy and peace and heaven What am I groaning about From tile slime place that man got his cheerfulness 1 can get mine Why art thou cast down 0 my soul and why art thou disquieted within me Hope thou in God for I shall yet praise him who is the health of my countenance and my GodoAgain is your talent that of wit or humor Use it for God Much of tile worlds wit is damaging Most of sat ire has n sting in it Much of carica tune is malevolent Much of smart re tort is vitriolic In order to say smart things how ninny will sacrifice the feelings of others The sword they carry is keen and it is employed to thrust and lacerate But few men in all the world and in all the churches realize that if wit is bestowed it is given them for useful for improving for healthful purposes If we all had more of it and knew how to use it aright how much it would improve our Christian conversation and prayer meeting talk and sermon Ilobert South and Rowland lull and Jeremy Taylor and Dean Swift and Lorenzo Dow and George Whitefield used their fjt and their humor to gather great iudieuees and then lead them itita the w i 1 0ijt 1 t tEt iI kingdom of God Frivolity repulsive in religious discussion but I like the humor of Job when he mid to his in lemut critics Xo doubt but ye are e people and wisdom shall die with you anti I like the humor of the prophet Elijah who told the Baalites pray louder ns their god was out or on an excursion or In amid t uui conversation that he could not ar them I like the sarcasm o rist when He told the Keltright eons 1harinces that they were BO good they needed no help The whole need t n physician but that they are k or when in mirthful hyperpole he arraigns the hypocritical teachers His day who were so particular outt little things and careless about K things saying Ye blind guides nt strain at a gnat and swallow a melmuiumi the Bible is nil ablaze with igriumul words surprisingly put and that must have made the audiences of Paul and Christ nudge each other and exchange glances and smile anti then appropriate the tre mentions truths of the Gospel There are some evils you cnn laugh down easier than you can preach down The question is always being naked why not more people go to church aycr meeting and other religious eetiuigs I will tell you We of the pulpit and the pew ate so shut they cannot stand it nut when we ask why people sbnot go to church we ask a misleading question More people now to church than ever in the worlds history anti the reason is in l our denominations there is a new race of ministers stepping into the pulpits which are not the apostles of humdrum Sure enough we want in e Lords army the heavy artillery hut we want also more men who like Iturns a farmer at Gettysburg took a musket and went out on his own tie count to do n little shooting different from the other soldiers The church of Hud is dying of the proprieties Or is your talent nn opportunity to fct a good example One person do ing right under adverse clrciimstnncfs ill accomplish more than many trea tises about what is right The census has never been taken of lovely old folks Most of us if we have not such a one in oir own IIOUKC now hoe in our memory such a saint We went to those old people with all our trou eangclishihopefulness of spirit nn inexpressible help I cannot see how Heaven could make them any lovelier than they are o r gherewhose father is impatient anti the mother querulous The passage of many years does not always improve the disposition anti there are n great many disagreeable old folks Someof them forget that they were young themselves and they become untidy in their habits and wonder how when their asthma or rheumatism is so had other people can laugh or sing anti goon ns they do Time daughter in that family bears all thj peevishness and unreasonable behavior of senility without answering back or making any kind of complaint If you should orIt tyistakenforbear and treat the childishness of the old as well as sits treats the childishness of the young Slim is no mil sician and besides there may not be n piano in the house She cannot skill fully swing a croquet mallet or golf stick Indeed she seems shut up to see what she can do with a ladle uzi id broom and a brush and other house personification I will be as long as Heaven Indeed much of her reward may be given on earth She is in a rough college from gradnateIlltoheroine though at present she may receive nothing but scolding and de Intiencethan many morocco covered sermons on patience preached today from the tasseled cushion of the pulpit There is n man In business life whose one talent is honesty lie has not the enius or the force to organize a com asty or plan what is called a corner in wheat or a corner in stocks or a corner in anything lie goes to business at a reasonable hour and returns when it is time to lock up He never gave n cheek for 20000 in all his life but lie is known on the street und in the church and in many honorable circles as an honest man Ills word is as good as his bond lie has for 30 years been referred to as a clean upright industrious consistent Christian man Ask him how many talents he has and he will not claim even one He cannot make a speech he cannot buy up a market he cannot afford an outshining equipage but what an example lie is to the young what an honor to his household what a pillar to time church of God what a specimen of truth anti integrity and all roundness of character Is there any comparison in usefulness between that man with the one talent of hon esty and the dashing operators of time money market The chief work of the people with many talents is to excite wonderment und to startle and electrify the world What use is there in all that Xo use at all I have not so much interest in the one iian out of the million as have in the million Get the great masses of the world right and it does lOt make much difference about what the exceptional people are doing Have all the people with one talent listed for God and righteousness and let all those with five or ten talents mi rate to the north star or the moon nd this world would get on splendid ly The hardworking industrious classes of America are all right and would give no trouble but it is the genius who gives up work and on a big salary goes around to excite dis satisfaction and embroilment the genius who quits work and steps on the stage or political platform eats beafsteak and quail on toast and causes the common laborers cum pelted to idleness to put their hands into empty pockets and eat gristle and gnaw bones Time world would be mightily improved if it could slough f about 5000 geniuses for there are more titan that on our planet Tb the man or woman of one talent stcu take possession of the world and rule it in a common sense and Christian way There would be less to amaze and startle but more to give equipoise to church and state and world To another one Is your talent that of persuasion Make good use of it We all have it some extent yet none of us think of as a talent But it is the mightiest of talents Do you know that this one talent will fetch the world back to God Do you know it is the mightiest talent of the High Heavens Do you know that it is the one talent chiefly employed by all the angels of God when they descend to our world the talent of persuasion Do you realize that the rough lumber lifted into the cross on the hill back of Jerusalem as In persuasion as well as sacrifice T t f t Zzt022i iSw r That Is the only absolutely the only persuasion that will ever induce the human race to stop it race toward the city of destruction and wheel round and start for the city of light Now may the Lord this moment show each one of us that a or less e thxtents liunstonof it You say you cannot preach a Isceermonsome one to go and hear a sermon Y suouyou persuade some one to go and hear the choir chant on Christmas or Easter morning Send a bunchof tlowers to that invalid in the hospital with a message about the land where the inhabitants never sa I am sick There is a childof the street Invite him into the mission school There is a man who has lost his for tune in speculation Instead of jeerI- ng at his fall go and tell him of riches that never take wings and fly away Buckle on that talent of persuasion 0 man 0 woman and you will do a work that Heaven will celebrate 10 000 years Among the 114000 words of Noah Websters vocabulary and the thou sands of words since then added to our English vocabulary there is one out mastering word the power of which cannot be estimated timid it reaches so far up anti so far down and that is the wordcome It ha drawn more peo pie away from the wrong and toward the right than any word I now think of It has at times crowded all the 12 gates of Heaven with fresh arriv nls It will yet rub time path of death of the last pedestrian Jt will yet chime so lousily and glafli that all the tolling bells of sorrow will be drowned with time music It is piled up in till Bibles climax and peroration And the Spirit and the bride say Come and let him that heareth say Conic and let him that is athirst come Have it on the point of your pen have it oil the tip of your tongue Monosyllables are mightier than polysyllables and that word come is the mightiest of mon oxyllables After the resurrection day and all Heaven is made up resurrected boll i es joined to ransomed souls and the gates which were so long open aru shut there may be some day when nil the redeemed may pass in review before the great white throne If so I think the hosts passing before the King will move in different divisions With time first division will pass the mighty ones of earth who were at ood and useful as they were great this division will pass before the throne all the Martin Luther the John Knoxes the Wcsleys the 1ich ard Cecils the Milton the Chrysos toms the Ilerschclls the Lenoxes the George 1cabodys tIme Abbot Law renees and all tIme consecrated Christtian men and women who were great in literature in law in medicine in philosophy in commerce Their genius never spoiled them They were as humble as they were gifted or opulent llmeystcrc great oneearth and now they are great in Heaven Their surpassing and mag nificent talents were all used for the worlds betterment As they pass in review before the King on the great white throne to higher and higher rewards it makes me think of the parable of the talents To another ten I stand and watch the other divisions as they go by division after division until the largest of all the divisions comes in sight It is a hun dred to one a thousand to one ten thousand to one larger than the other divisions It is made up of men who never did anything but sup port their families anti give whatever of their limited means they could spare for the relief of poverty and sickness and the salvation of tile world mothers who took good care s precepttartingmillions of Sabbath school teachers who sacrificed an afternoons siesta for time listening class of young im mortals women who declined the making of homes for themselves that they might take care of father and mother in the weaknesses of old age ministers of the Gospel who on nig gardly stipend preached in the back woods meeting houses souls who for long years did nothing but suffer yet suffered with so much cheerfu patience that it became a helpful lea son to all who heard of it those who served God faithfully all their lites and whose name never but once ap pea red in print and that time in the three lines of the deathcolumn which some survivor paid for sailors t1Jingdrowning persecuted and tried souls who endured without complaint ma lignity and abuse those who had only ordinary equipment for body and ordinary endowment of intellect lttposesI see this the largest of all the divisions from all lands and from all ages pass in review before th King on the great white throne I am re minded of the wonderful parable or the talents and more especially ot my text To another one NEW WAY TO CLOSE WOUNDS Alt Invention That Caue Xo Pain and Perform the Work Expedltlonilr A novel and most useful instrument has been invented by Dr Paul Michel a wellknown French physician With it wounds on a body can be stitched effectively quickly and without caus ing any pain to the patient Hereto fore wounds were stitched by hand and this operation was not only some what dangerous and slow but also decidedly painful says the St Louis Be publicThe new instrument consists ofa forceps or pinchers and of a case OP sheath which contains a number of nickel hooks or bands somewhat simi lar to those which are frequently seen on the corners of cardboard boxes A slight pressure suffices to free these hooks from the sheath and within one minute between 20 and 30 of them can be placed on a wound in such a manner that they will effectively close it The reason why they cause no roundeddand not the lower layer of skin Other advantages which they possess are that they can be easily disinfected that It is no trouble to remove them from the skin after the wound is healed and that they leave hardly any trace of a scar coogratulaitEuropean physicians and his instrument is being rapidly introduced into leading hospitals Not Logical Hegge I heard papa say the other day that labor is sweet and nobl- eMammaSo it Is Ilegge Regge Then mamma why does papa hire a man to cut the grass while he sits on the veranda and only looks un1be Kmy i s i 0 tir SPORT IN WESTERN CANADA VTalUtbeFanner Grln 18 RipenIngw and HI Stock Growing Mar Slave Plenty of Shooting There is probably no country on flufethat assurance of comfort and sue ss as does Western Canada Xor is there to be found anywhere else ch a pleasant combination Game abounds everywhere and nowhere does it afford such perfect amusement A noted sportsman writing of the favorite pastime says There is one particular spot where I saw a man drop TO mallards one morningm and bring them all to bag they dropped in open water or on flat prairie At the right season of the year you can see black lines and triangles cut sharply out against the sky all round you moving very swiftly and you begin to wonder whether you have enough cartridges to hold out You can hear the P rairiechicken crowing like barn door fowls and a little to the northceast js a hit of marshy catntie poached and dappled with gleam ing pools where the snipe are near ly as thick as mosquitoes A thin column of blue smoke curling up in the distance shows sv luaneningcamp but there is no other indica tion of civilization in sight Still the neighborhood is wellsettled andta short drive will bring you to a farmhouse where you can buy the finest butter and time freshest eggs for uncivilized prices A very short railway journey willa bring you to a country full of deer and the lordly wapiti the king of the deer tribe time world over andSdown on time flat boggy land by the lake shores the moose will stand kneedeep in water on the summer evenings ready to lie down when the flies get bothering All day youfbreathe the wild free air of prairie and at night you are lulled t o sleep by the surge and ripple and splash of the waves on the beach broken now and then by the weird bansheecry of strange waterfowl Particulars regarding settlement of the lands of Western Canada can be- adh from any agent of the Canadian Government whose advertisement ap pears elsewhere in your columns OLD READER TWO HUNDRED YEARS OLD Kent Year Will Conelade tfie Strand Centennial of the Rum lan lrrm On the 20th of December 1903 the Russian press will have time oppor uultyof celebrating1 its two hun dredth anniversary It was on that day In the year 1702 that Peter the Great signed the ukase ordaining the publication of the first Russian news paper the News on Military and Oth n Matters A few days later the first number of this official Russian news paper was issued and from January 16 1703 it appeared regularly both in Petersburg and Moscow This first Russian newspaper by the way had but a short life The news ceased to appear in 1711 says a London paper Already preparations an being made in the Russian empire for a worthy celebration of this jubilee The Bibliographical society of Moscow plans the publication of a magnificent work containing a list of sib time Rus sian newspapers published from 1702 to 1902 and adorned with the pictures of prominent journalists and publish ers The net proceeds of the sale of the work arm to be used as a fund for supporting needy journalists They also intend to arrange on this occasion a newspaper exhibition at Moscow HAD BAD LUCK WITH TEETH Repented MUfortune of a Woman Who Iteqnlred the Service uS a neatlct A dentist en joying an extensive prac time among the fashionable people of the South side relates this peculiar ex perience of one of his patrons says the Chicago Chronicle She was a rather pretty young married woman he says but her upper front teeth were so badly discolored and defective as to greatly mar lien appearance Her hus band after much persuasion induces her to have two of the worst replaces with artificial teeth I made a neat jot- of it and she was delighted The two teeth were on a plate and she wore then to bed the first night she has them During the night they fell Incur her mouth to the floor and when she got up in the morning she trod on then and broke the plate all to pieces I re set time teeth on another plate and ahe went home again with them That night slur put them in a glass of water on the mantel lIen hushnnd got up in the night to get a drink of water and finding something in the tumbler threw the contents suit of time win dow thus disposing of the second set in three days Then I made hern third set These she putnn the mnntel when she retired and forgot to replace them In the morning Ttjemaid dusting the room swept these oft into time grate underneath the mantel where they burned up The family moved out of town a few days afterward so whether she got a fourth set I do not know The Kalier Reads Many X evupaperB Emperor William recently gave or dens for n lung list of newspapers be laid before him daily instead of clippings as heretofore Besides pe rusing upwards of 40 German papers he glances every day at two French journals two English one American and three Austrian v Found at Last When we suffer Time seems b lag and with leaden teetcreepslowhyby But hen relief comes the past is in the light of a happy future WhenilrTB Cutler was living in Cincinnati Ohio heSwrote Palmers Lotion has cured me of Tetter with which I had been afflicted for over twelve yrs and from winch I could id no permanent I used this onderful preparation Thus is the testu monT of another sufferer who truthfuuV calls Palmers Lotion wonderful If your dragnet hasnt it send to Solon i Palmer 374 Pearl Street New Yoifc for sampleimof Palmers Lotion and Lotmoms oap p Altogether Too EaroeaT UKAvoid him said the girl in blue Wliecated answered the girl in blue the kind of a man who will ruin what ight be a lovely summer resort flirtation by proposing to you within the first two t rSw season Chicago Post Kew Vast Train to Colorado Tia MlMourl Imclflc JUIIwar The Missouri Pacific Railway is now open atincr double daily service from St Louis and Kansas City to points in Colorado Utah and the Pacific Coast Trains leave St t Louis 9 a m and 1010 p m Kansas City p m and 10 am carrying through sleep ug ears between St Louis and San Fran iuco without change Excursion tickets ow on sale For further information ad f dress company agents H C TOWXSEXD Gen Pass and Ticket Agent 8L Louis Mo se Jnit LiLt Him nothingkedelighted with it KendcMon Hm Just like Bass Its all talk I see him almost out horse ack ruling so he cant possibly have any 4ime for this equestrian exercise he raves about Boston Transcript Do Your Feet Ache and Darn Shake into your shoes Allens FootEase powder for the feet It makes tight or New Shoes Feel Easy Cures Corns Itching Swollen Hot Callous Smarting Sore and Feet All Druggists and Shoo tores sell it 23c Sample sent FREE Ad SL dress MlenS0msteuiLeltoyN1ya Taking the Gloomy View The Surgeon We shall have to operate or the removal of your appendix vermi ormis Chronic Croaker Whats the good of that Id grow another one Chicago Trib une sIZI Not to lie Denied tomarrymeMusssome nervy proposals but you take the palm Good Now let me houl that palm a z properfinger ifS In the Presence of Creator Parke I suppose you have great hopes of that new yours havent yon I WhenII fairly tremble at my own Detroit Free PresI iIlane Insinuation 4s First Milk Dealer Do you put water ia your milk fcV Second Milk Dealer Sir you insult met I use icenot to dilute the milk but to mate Y it cold Ohio State Journal I I do not believe Iisos Cure for Consump tion has an equal for coughs and colds I John F Boyer Trinity Springs lad Feb 15 1000 ls 4ISWhat chaiun been domr We aint been doin nothin Deah me you i grow mnoah like yoah pa every day In dianapolis News Check That TCsly Cough With Hoxsiea Croup Cure Xoopmm OOcts Think of it Goats tin raeingyacbtsaatmascots They are certainly no more re markable rams on battleships Phil adelphia Times i7s A true fish story is stranger than a fic titious one Chicago DailN- euvLABSOLUTE SECURIH Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must lour Signature of H3eSe I L Yiaflsadaa7I I S totakeaaragaFHnHJACHL FIR IIZZIMEK nnr FIR IIUIVSKSS- FIRTIRNIUYER i IUCD a LT FSR CIISTIMTIH IFIRALLIWEL FIRTNECIMPLEXIMi fl P tparsaiyrstaiiAr 11 CURE SICK HEADACHE A SMOKELESS LAMPWICK MaXe old lamps burn like new VThy Ii-be annoyed with the khid wbea I can s t a SMOKOISS Wick No h2 csbiack chtniiieys No bad odors WMakes a brighter light and a cleaner Ii lamp They save time and money JSimi u pi of F Mr fix ldth4iettf I i weI t1tochetr ronnd nmokelnw wicks tskI tOOnTOd4Vt5 f I t cmLI LALinrmtLz jSobrUjhtCaDtpLASpriasfkId0 th LONG ISLANDJ I The Ideal Summer Resort THE ONLY SECTION ON THE COASTRECEIVING FULL BENEFIT OF THE COOL SOUTH WINDSOFSUMMER IN CLOSE TOUCH WITH NEW YORK CUY t TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CONNECTION WITH L ALL PARTS OF THE ISLAND FAST AND FREQUENT EXPRESS TRAIN SERVICE ROADBED CINDER BALISTED AND OILED JttNEW250 MILES ON OCEAN SOUND AND BAY UNEXCELLED CONDITIONS FOR SAILING ruJBATHING AND FISHING GOOD AIR GOOD WATER GOOD ROADS For list of cottages in all sections of the island or other Information address i L1II General Passenger Agent Special Agent Pass Dept IOffices Long Island City Y iiwt 1 P I i f u uu UItSTATE3 ODDS AND ENDS I J b j i MISSPELLED WORD A Jndsrr Turned Down Or a Lady Who Aflertvard Tnnarlit Him How t to Spell Correctly OwenslKiro Ky June ITho mar 4 1 riagc of Judge II n Wedding and Mrs 41tbic Petty of this city last week was the culmination of a courtship that began 28 years ago and origi misptllrdWaJudge Wedding was a Ifyoulh of 16 and was teaching his nrtschool He visited a spelling match at n neighboring school where Miss Deblc Coppagc was also a visitor It chanced that these two young eople met for the first time as the ttreprescntaties of their respective JbIt1cwhere they stood for 30 minutes 4sptIIing against each other from feb stcrx blue backed spelling book Finally the word marriage was giv I pclleditspelled it correctly and turned him L f downs They were then introduced and ne 2 accompanied her home when a long 45cotzrthip ensued Hut they did not hi marry Mr Wedding married anoth 3erwoman anti Miss Coppage another i Three years ago she was left They resumed their old p some time ago and a few JIIthey marriediFEUD t KUllostc Chad Hall Case ilImlaedi London Ky May 30The case t against Jule Webb charged with kill ing Iliad Hall both members of the 4 tiarrardWhite feud in Clay county i but on opposite sides was given to the jury at oclock Wednesday ev ilcnina The jury after being out five returned a verdict of ac quitlaLum1 case was to coun I ty on a change of venue from Clayv 4 COUfltocases r nnd Taylor Spurlock jointly indicted rf1 Vith Webb for the killing of Hall were dismissed by the court after 4i Webb was acquitted The evidence H against Jule Webb showed that he v killed Chad Rail but acted in self defense in so cloingas hull was try ht ing to kill him at the time and would lime done so If his Halls pistol had not mnappedai 1 1iJ TO AVENGE THE CRIME A Wife Whose Ilnsbond Was Mnrto t dered on the Hunt For the Mar-n derer With a GOD Middlecboro Ky June JTim Mar dleefatally shot Sam Xoe at Excelsior i coal minis Friday The shooting was the result of trouble between fam ilies of the two mountaineers Friday afternoon when it was stated that I Nor could not live Mrs Xoc seized a hotgun and started on a hunt for Mr Marsee vowing to avenge her husband She was intercepted but claiu ln Uilyet kill Mrs Marsee Marsee and ti jarc at home armed s Middlesboro Ky June 3rSam Jfoe who was shot Friday by James Martie is dead Before dying he gave his wife 35 which he stated he wished used in capturing Marsec who has v fled Decoration OaT at CoTlasrton- Covingtorti Ky 3fay 31 Memorial Jay was observed more generally than ever heretofore although the weath er was disagreeable A great crowd congregated in government square the starting point of the procession tnYl Linden Grove cemetery the bk oijac of the fallen heroes was crowd ed with citizens who had gathered to tsttend the services T4DeerutIon Day at LonliTilte Louisville Ky May 31The graves in Cave Ilfll cemetery of federal dead of the cjvil and SpanishAmerican wars were decorated Thursday IIti noon The ceremonies were alterj xi 2 clock in a drizzling rain I bern falling all morning but the pro generallpcarried out 4 Biff Cattle Sale I Lexington Ky June 3Elght icbmindreft head of slopfed cattle ng a ptlng 000000 pounds changed hands here for 50000 The cattle r were the property of Messrs Perry arid Lester of Nashville and were f rpu ased by Armour Co of Chi 4 cago Jnm SLubermu Murdered Middlesbpro Ky May 31B C 4t r Mercer a lumber man disappeared 4 nytor o r nronnd his neck hanging to a log t i roo Want An Appropriationp 9 Lexington Ky June 1 President j8 Patterson representing the trustees t ofJthe State college Friday night I f isccd thecity council to appropriate + 5p000 toaid in the establishment of medical and law departments to nr the cO1leg ii ltetl For Iti1 yiriceburj Ky June LThe Lewis 4 con ty grand jury has returned an indictment against George Parker 0 1 charging him with incest with his Jfr daughter cora a child 11 years of age i rf Parker is still at large i J i Three Bitten Br a Rabid DoS Lancaster Ky May tit rabid i14dog attacked the 5yearold daughter t at Lowell this cow S4rj 1y The screams of the child brought 4lE tile childs sitter Mrs William Drown 1 and her brother William to the scene The dog severely bit the two rescuers r g and then escaped The three unfor tsnates were sent to a mndsjone tzrf Walarrd Ja JalL J Bowling Green XY May 31 Harry Qulgtt1r here Thursday acd placed in jail i I f Drowned While Selaln 1 4 4 g Manchester Ky June 1 Charlie Sims colored aged 45 was drowned it while seining a pond near here Fri f day afternoon iti Killed By a Trainj t jtIj reenup jKy June iMrs Henrir etta Darisan aged widow was run ttover by aCit O freight train and FridaytQuarantined County f Oweasvllle Ky June LTbe local I r board of health has quarantined Bathj Pg c ccuntyVagainst the town of Carlisle l tf 1 LfL 1 I ir47r 0j r t I I ilr c 0 i or a t j t J S 4 f1 5 v tr5 j tI A TRIPLE TRAGEDY M ra Katie heater Kllleil Her line band Innnrrnt llnbe and herself at CovlnRtuii Ky Covington Ky June 1nnlcrher husband amid innocent babe to- NI nothing of the Ustructlon of her own life is the charge that a Coving ton woninn already before her Maker must IKCO ii nl for The rimes com mitt1 Friday evening are the most appallinpr in police annals of the Ken tucky city Oltie Hester n saloon keeper at Third street and Western avenue known to every follower of pugilism in Covhifton is the murdered man His 3yenrold daughter Kntie met her fate a short time after her father while Mrs Katie Hester did not wait n great while to turn the murderous weapon with which the crimes were committed upon herself Just what causes prompted the wholesale slaughter are a matter of conjecture Xo part of the entire nf fair was witnessed by anyone nov alive as it nil occurred in the living apartments of the Hester family True shots were heard by many people in the vicinity but nobody was able to locate the direction from which they came The lust seen of Mrs Hester was about 0 oclock in the evening At that time she was tending the barn the place as her husband employed no barkeeper Hester was then sonic where about Covington upon business pertaining to another saloon which lie was about to open RACING IN THE RAIN About 5OOO People Were at the Newtport Track Despite tbr rn onable Weather Xewjiort KUJ 31 Memorial days events at the Newport track brought out a crowd of about OO- Oeople despite the drizzling rain and unseasonable weather The track was fairly good shape and the sport ery exciting There was seven races n the card and all of them proved Ihcly betting affairs lutisian winyner of time firth race was bid up W L Harelip form 300 to 300 but retained by his owner George Jones Hulabalee ran awuy four miles in the third event During the intermission between the first and second races Mamijrer Fowler of the Queen City Jockey limb was presented with a fine horse nd rubber tired runabout by the horsemen and bookmakers at the track The presentation speech was made by Judge Hussmurm Mr Vow IeI responded with a few well ehOlen words and the band played Hes a Jolly Good Fellow DEATH PENALTY FIXED Julia Trnlme Colored Sentenced to Death lImit the Jury Petitioned For Clemency Louisville Ky May ItThelathpenalty was fixed by the jury in the case of Julia Trabue colored for the murder of Edward Evans also col ored The jury that returned the ver diet also signed a petition asking Gov Beckhum for executive clemency The killing was prompted by jeal ousy She was unmoved during the trial but fainted on hearing the verdict This is about the first death penalty fixed in the case of a woman in Jefferson county Securing Quarter Louisville Ky June 3Thirty seven different states and territories are already represented in the con tracts closed by ndand subordinate commanderics of Knights Tem plars for quarters during the 23th triennial conclave of tIle grand encampment of the United States to be held at Louisville August 2730 This fact is embodied in statement given out Sunday night by Col J T Gathright chairman of the com mittee on hotels and accommoda tion Grappled With a Mad DOS Hopkinsville Ky May 31A large rabid dog with frothing mouth and in the worst stage of hydrophobia entered a church filled with people at Bennetstown The people fled terror tricken Wallace West threw himself in front of the dog and began a sin glehanded contest West dragged thn dog from the church and hoMing him with one hand shot him to deathItomlngligeon Record Broken Louisville Ky June 31ocnhontas a pigeon owned by S J Schreck broke the local homing pigeon record Sunday by flying from Alligator lake Miss a distance of 400 miles on nn nil line in nine hours and fortyone minutes lUehardaon Acquitted of Murder Louisville Ky June 3Fronk Kich ardson who was charged with the murder of his wife was dismissed in the police court Last Sunday morn ing about 3 oclock Mrs Itichardson was shot by her husband who mistook her for n burglar lie Walked In HU Sleep Lexington Ky May 31 Harold Ford aged IS tried in his sleep to walk on a lcd slat from the window of a secondstory room to time roof of the porch and fell breaking his left wrist Acquitted on Second Trial Hopkinsville Ky June 3ln the Trigg circuit court at Cadiz John Boyd charged with killing Beverly Wright by striking him on the head with a rock at Ceruelan Springs last September has been acquitted his first trial last January Boyd was given ten years in the penitentiary Young Swimmer Drowned Lexington Ky Juno Inobert Jhe 12yearold son of Richard Darnaby was drowned while swimming in n pool near the plant of the Electric lighting Co Wealthy Pnnper Louisville Ky June 1Mrs Ilose Pierman 70 years of age who it was thought was mysteriously missing has been located at the nlmshouse She formerly sold pencils in tho street She is said to have 20000 de posited in a Louisville bank Jones Indicted Vauceburg Ky June 1John E Jones was Friday indicted for the murder of his father several years ago The testimony of Mrs John E Jones helped tpfasten the crime upon her husband t f jf fr d fi t f j7 DOWIES ADDRESS lie PruelnlniK lllmclf as Klljnh H- ilroiiscl llrfurr nn AT dlctier of 0110 People Chicago June 3 I am Elijah the prophet who appeared first as Elijah himself second as John the Baptist and who now comes in me the re s ltorerprophet John was II preacher hilt I combine in myself the attributes of prophet priest and ruler over men Jne on mt then I say it fearlessly Make the most of it you wretches in ecclesiastical garb I am he that la the living physical and spirtual cm b hocliumment4ion to earth a third time has beet prophesied by Malachi by God him s 1elf3000 years ago by Moses All who believe me to be in very truth nil of this will stand up And over 3000 people rose to their feet and greeted the declaration with cheers and handclapping John Alexander Dowie true to hb promises made this statement from the platform of the Auditorium Sun day night in the presence of 5000 people It was the culmination of u frenzied speech in which he de nounced everybody and everything not in Zion cursed the pope and tho Komau Catholic church spat literally nt the masonry 1he newspapers mill the bankers of Chicago and rageband tore up and down the a mad man Understand well what I mean l Idiei imnhave come to proclaim theocracy pure and simple the government ol God God and for God and I will dncergoernmcnt have been driven from the earth You talk about your democracy Balm I tell you democracy has beet tried in tIme balance and has failed The government of the people b people and for the people is waddle I stand loyal to the Hag and countenance no revolution hilt I demand here and now that the i Omonmemost in the constitution of the Unit cd States and the supreme authority of God over all things must be recognized Listen to the first mfMR e of the ilphoplietpay your tithes nnd offerings into time storehouse of God Accursed be e if ye would seek to rob His bottle of its fullness by not obeying this His will sent through ElijahiOPENINGS IN THE EARTH A SranK Phenomenon at Butt MontThe Citizen Are Much Alarmed Butte Mont June 3The strange sliding movement of the city of Butte which has been noticeable at intervals for several years has again mnn ifested itself by live large cracks in the earth in different sections of the city The largest crevice occurs on Vest Galena street where a crack 12 inches wide and of considerable length and depth has appeared Three opening occur on the west side of the town and two on the east side There is no caving but a distinct parting of the earth and the granite wall can easily be seen in them The gas and water companies Ilhave much trouble on account of the strange movement which fre quently breaks their underground pipes City Engineer Kickenbacb says time engineering department of the city encounters the same trouble as elevations and bench marks in certain parts of the city are con stantly changing This is particularly true of the section west of Main street and north of Broadway where the marks lowe been known to shift to the extent of a foot in a very short space of time The continuance oj the strange phenomenon is beginning to cause some alarm among the cit hens of Butte Two Killed at a Cramming Erie Pa June 3While driving across the tracks of time Lake Shore drailroad tofFindley were killed and Bruce Haz lett fatally injured Their rig wn struck by the fast man going at a terrific speed The men all lived aj Findleys Lake N Y and were on their way home Drowned In a Park Lake Denver Col June 3William T Thaute 24 years old a machinist and second lieutenant of Company B 1st regiment Colorado national guard parJlSunda000 people With two companions h was rowing on the lake when the boat was accidentally swamped Many Death Caaied By Lightning daJIntense e continent accompanied by heavy storms of thunder and hail In vet OUS sections the crops have been de stroyed and ninny deaths have been caused by lightning Xntlonal Pete Dar IB Rome Rome Tulle 3Sunday was the national fete and a large crowd wit gVictorsiastically received The king per sonally conferred upon the premier Signor Zanardelli the collar of the Order of Annunmizita aillltary Attaches Withdrawn Madrid June 3Time Spanish mil itary attaches at the various em hassles and legations abroad have been withdrawn for reasons of econ omy Victory For the Striker Newcastle Pa June ITbe strike of the boiler makers of the Penn sylvania engineering works of this city for a ninehour day for ten hours pay has been declared off with a vic tory for the men The strike has been on nearly a month Drowned By Sinking of a Launch Memphis Tenn June 3axKosenstein a well known young maD was drowned Sunday night by the sinking of the gasoline launch Sap phonin the river in front of the custom house Injured In n Collision McKeesport Pa June 3By a col llsion between a car on the United Traction Cos line and a train on the McKeesport and Belle Vernon branch of the Pittsburgh and Lake Erie railroad at McKeesport Sunday nine people were more or less serious ly injured one perhaps fatally The Emperor Condolence Berlin May 3 Emperor William sent a very sympathetic telegnyn WilhelmIhusband iIiMO IS GROWING WEAKER Reports Concerning Mrs McKinley Not Reassuring b Complaint Tlml tnrly Riulcd the Sufferer lit ill San Krnii tIu irescuit lii It ics KKriivnli I Fiirin Washington June 3 Mrs MoKin Ic huydition is not greatly changed from a t of Saturday lout each day that i lmillessens lice powers of recuperation hc which came near end tluigpresent It is ill n slightly less ag gravated form hilt gives the physi cians nnd the president much con t teernmarkablu italily but her illness lint so reduced her strength ns to leave her very feeble indeed It is feared that unless n change for the better soon manifests itself her st reiugtimo may become so near exhausted as to leave her without rallying power The news given out by the physicians in attendance Sunday was not re assuring though hope of betterSthings still continue After n CUll between Drs lixey Stern erg and Johnston tin following bul letin was issuiethvMrs McKinley passeil a coin fortm a night hilt her condition has not materially changed since time report of Saturday There won no further consulta tions of the physicians during the ay but Dr Kixey called during the evening ami spent sonic time with the patient In response to inquiries from time to time the statement was made that there had been no change in the condition of the sufferer President McKinley spent most of the duty at the bedside of his nileSthough late in the afternoon ho out for an hours drive He departed alone but met fuhiot itimew lihitew sihiterlgardingt iofls they simply left their cardf after being assured by the door k in thMmsDrs liixey and Sternberg both were n attendance at the white house dill ing the evening although the latter did not remain very long Dr Itixey was at the mansion for over two hours and when he left for the night shortly before 11 oclock he announced that at the time Mrs McKinley was resting comfortably as the had done nil the afternoon Senator Elkins called on the president during the evening and was with him for about 15 nilnutes- REVOLUTON CRUSHED A Xnmhrr of Prominent llrlirln nt Santo llomlniio Have Horn ShotSor Iniprlioned Kingston Jamaica June IIt is reported lucre that the revolution in Santo Domingo has been complete i crushed at its inception A num ber of the prominent rebels have been shot or imprisoned Among tho latter is a son of the late President Hercaux who is sail to have been the leader of the move ment The Royal Mail steamer LaPIata reports that there is little cargo of tiring from Colombian ports in con sequence of time heavy export duties recently imposed by the Colombian government in order to redeem its Issue of paper money and to meet expenses incident to the revolution Five Injured In a Street Fight Chicago June 3ln a drunken strcet fight at 1024 West 109th street five men were injured two of them seriously All the participants had been drinking in a saloon when a arose and loknives clubs nnd bricks were used emploedInOld Soldier Found Dead 3JInrrLcmmingdead in the closet of a house in a disreputable part of the city Sunday Circumstances lead tIme police to sits pect foul piny Lemming was an inmate of the Soldiers home and was on n leave of absence with consid erable mOney Row at a Church Festival Parkersburg W Va June IThesinging of a Risque song by IJobert Crawford started a row at a church festival at Pleasant Valley 13 miles from here B S Hedrick and Mack McLaughlln were dangerously cut and IG Knopp hnd teeth knocked out Robert Crawford Mack Me Laughlln John Stanley Grover APe man and John Pettltt were arrested Death of Charlea V Iutnnm Worcester Mass June 1Charler V Putnam president of the lutnam Sprngue Co died here aged 7J years He was a descendant of Gen Israel Putnam For 47 years he had been engaged in the furniture business in this city Jockey Quarrel Denver Tune IJames Dunn s jockey was shot in the jivw and behind the ear by Victor Collins another jockey in a quarrel at Overland park Dunn was taken to the hospital Collins escaped Dnnk Note Stolen London May 31Time Dally Mail dispateimfromvalue of 50000 mostly JC50 notes have been stolen from the Singapore branch of the HongKong bank There is no trace of the thief Deal Clod For rune Laud Savannah Ga May 31Jnms J Me Donough of this city has just closed a deal by which he secures 175000 acres of heavily wooded pine timberlands in Hernando and Pasco counties Florida Time price paid is 500000 Annrchlntit Arrested Madrid June 1As a result of advices from the Marseilles police twc anarchists hatv been arrested here one Spaniard tad the other Italian It is rumored that they had projects against the Spanish ministers The Italian who confessed that he was an anarchist said he was going to America Fnlluren For the Week New York June Failures for the week numbered itS in the United States against 160 last year and 21 in Canada against SO last year COLORED FLAGPOLES Tnll Stnffa of lied sutiut lvs of Grea Are ftuvr IcciiNittnnlly to HP Srtii White is of course still the prevail ing color for painting flagpoles said a flag pole man aeonding to the New York Sun bu you ee nowadays more colored flagpoles than you used to and dont know limit what like the cultured flagpoles pretty well White Is I sup pose after all the proper color fur a llagpole The white pole serins to stand up more mast like and defiant t the colored utile is more pictur esque The poles that thus far have been mluuteul in other colors than white have most of them been painted red a terra cotta nJJnd in my judgment this tji red Is a pretty good color for a ugsta Ked is a good color to stand exposure it shows wear less than white does and so the people paint em hAs to green that I must say seems at first like an odd and inappropriate color for a flagstaff surmounting a building neverthless a pole in dark sightlybjecttaining to a green pole namely it shows tufT the sill top piece if there is one to tine advantage have in mind one dark green poltr upon the summit r which rising above the gilded me tallic fixture indicating time points of the compass is a thin gilded eagle Jhis whole top piPer of gold showing ery strikingly and effectively hentrast with its dark green support A COSTLY COFFIN It Took Seven Mnritlm lo Slake unit the CurvliiK us It Alone- CoM IfSOO A very beautiful burial casket and one about as costly too as is ever made even in lhsc days of lavish ex penditure is one shown in the ware rooms of a lug manufacturing con Irn in this city says the New York itu This casket is of mahogany of a deep dark red its coloring like that uf some fine specimen of old mahogany rniture The corners of the casket shf and the corners of the casket ii and the escutcheon upon the top a f the lid and the handrails along the des and upon the ends of the casket are richly carved The carving upon this casket cecil pied the entire time of an expert for nearly four months there was paid out for time carving alone within less ian 11 of 300 In the getting out preparing of the material of which time casket is made in the cabi net work upon it and in the various details of its construction there have heen employed upon it from first to last half a dozen or more men and the total time occupied in its construction was seven months It is an admirable specimen of work manship the price of which U 2500 MARKET nEPOUT Cincinnati June cATriEcounuumon 3 00 4 30 Extra butchers 5 00 J 5 25 CALVES Extra ji 6 2- 3IOiSSeiect1 shippers 5 S5 5 90 Mixed packers 5 05 IhEE1Extra 5 85 400 iJ 4 10 LAM ItS Spring ft 6 00 rIOUtSpring pat 3 SO Jg 4 10 WHEAT Xo a red w 76 COIlSXo2 mixed i 41V 3ViIYEHAYfh timothy ijI4 50 PORK Family i5 00 LAUD Steam ff S 05- UUTTElt Ch dairy 12 Choice creamery ft 20Yz A1lLESChto fancy 3 75 fit r IoIOITOEH1 er brl 1 95 ti 2 25 TOHACCO New 800 fin 75 Old 624 9 00 Chicago FLOUR Win patent 3 SO JJ3 iO PMVII1LVIXoXo 3 red 73 i- COHX Xo 2 42ti tyOATS Xo 2 ft 2SV4 nYiXn2 i 52c4 1OltK Mess 1465 fif14 70 LAUD Steam 7 C22 7 75 New York FLOU1I Win patent 3 65 ft 4 00 WHEAT Xo 2 red fij 83a CORNNo mixed fij 50 OATS Xo 2 mixed j RYK fi li- O1OHKFmllily 1C 00 f16 30- LAI1IStcamn 8 45 Baltimore WHEAT Xo 2 red Sy2 7Sp Southern 76 g 7JI COKX Xo 2 mixed 47 t 4S OATSXo2 mixed 3147i 32 CATTLE ISutchers 5 00 ij 5 40- 1l0GSWcstc n 630 6 40 LonUvlllr- FLOUK Win patent 4 50 4 7- 3v11lNrNo 2 red 6iJ 76 COKX Mixed OXIi3Mixed n 30 4 POUK Mess rvH 00 LAUD Steam S 50 Inillnnnnoll WHEAT Xo 2 red 73 43VOATSXo I T 1 1 T t HOGS CATCHING FISH IVcalilnxf nn lnrrnrr Mnnt SCee- pIhteir Ssie vny front Illvrr lie came uf Tllelr liUlntf fur Salmon In the state uf Washington as all school buys and girls doubtless know art thl greatest salmon fisheries in America Kvery spring time swift mniiiilain streams are blrlaliye with these liciiitiful reddish yellow lish t ice a ml four feet in length and weighing often 25 ami 30 pounds as they go up he river ta deposit eggs ill the Iicllhters tf the theI tain streams Then in the early fall hey come down again It is during these two seasons that what is known as the salmon run is at its full height ami his is time time lo which the Wash ington buys look forward to all the rest of the yrar lint time queerest fishers are neither Indians nor buys says an exchange of that state They are hogs So fond tire the lungs of this delicacy which rusts the people of London one dollar a pound that the farmers who have pastures along the rivers have great rouble fencing the farms so that the hogs cannot get into the streams Mr Hog wades in or swims ill areording to time depth of the stream antI then watches for the salmon The salmon swims along tin sllslll din Jy Mr Hog is ready for him Quick as a flash he fastens his greedy jaws about the great fish and earries him ashore there to devour him with the greatest relish Then liaek lie slips into the water to watch waylieger is satisfied This indulgence ruins the lung for pork however us it gives buyitkeep their hogs as far front the streams as possible GROUND STONE AS FOOD Scarcity of Hilllile Matter In India Lend fo tile Cunsuiuiitlna s f Friable Uock On account of the absence of seeds nail succulent roots of grasses says the chief medical oflicer of Kajputana in a recent report the bark of trees and even groundup rocks are used principally to give bulk to the scanty meal and thereby stay the pangs of hunger for a longer time At present small proportions of ground Khejra bark are in use nearly everywhere and in the proportion of about one part to twenty of Hour it does not impair the digestion of the laboring classes although it does so If taken in excess says St James Gazette Indeed small quantities of this bark well ground are said to aid digestion and to make up to some extent for the want of fresh vegetables A soft stune plia Chata found on the ItikanenMarwar border of Jaipur ta Urgtly used in that part of the coun try to give hulk to the meal This stone is friable and easily ground into fine powder It contains an oleaginous substance which has some nutri tious qualities and the people haVe found that when finely ground and used in the proportion of about one fourth to threefourths of flour it does not impair digestion for a con sid rable time but when it is used in excess it soon gives rise to malnu trltion emaciation bowel disease swollen feet and other signs of starva tion Other barks and earthy suit stances are more injurious but the flesh of the cattle that died which was used extensively had no ill effects WHAT MEXICO BOASTS OF Some Remarkable Feature In Which the Republic Stand Pre eminent In our eovatrr ays El Correo de followingThe North America 1opocataprtl the deepest mine in the world Valeneiana time richest vein in the world anti time one which has yielded the most silver that of the mountain of Guanajuato the most extensive anti wonderful eaves those of Cacahuamilpa and Villa Garsia the oldest city in the Americas formerly Tpllan now lola the oldest commercial house in America time book store of Abadano founded 211 years ago time city in which printing was first established in time new world Mexico in 1133 the sanctuary most venerated in America thnt of Guadaloupe with which only may be compared that of Lourdes in France the people whose tongue like that of the Basque cannot be classified among any of the continent the Seri the capital with a higher altitude than the other cities of its country Iexico the biggest known tree the Santa Maria del Tule in Oaxaca the most re cently created volcano Jornllo finally the ruler now in power why has done most to preserve peace in f alt the countries of America freed to or from Spanish rule Gen Porflrio DiazG I I T TT T I T I I I I I I Every mother possesses information of vital value to her young dau hter That daughter is a legacy and ithe responsibility for her is largely in the of the i r The mysterious that develops the thought r less girl into the thoughtfulwoman find the motheron the watch day and night As she cares for the physical wellbeing of her so will the woman be and children alsofyoung thoughts become sluggish whentshe experiences headaches dizziness and exhibits lowerlimbs ri andfriends r such a time tho greatest aid to nature is Lydia E Pink youngsystem ii 1 J proofofMiss Good asks Mrs Pinkham for Help 19119itsometlmcEachmonthfor six months and now it has stopped again I have become very nervous and of a very bad color I am a young girl and have always had to workvery hard I would be very much pleased if 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which insures com fort and lafcty- Catalogue vi PISO S CURE FORat our Agents or by mall USE a J TIRE COMPANYinane Sirup Sold br Tastes dnurelita Good U Indianapolis lad CONSUMPTION Members of CongressA N KE 1868 WhlngCilCalhtze VIIKV IVRITIXIIall erlKtlTlirHanlprlre forflfljhln5eantntmleaettiettatyonsawtheAu1rtlae 51 vIa SL W WUUnztOD 11 C nen tUla paper 1 F Worms I t CASCARETS are a sure cure for tape worms and those other pests of worms that make the lives of children eand their mothers miserable Any variety of parasites that live in the human stomach or bowels and feed on the O which should properly nourish the body are dislodged by Cascarets Candy Cathartic and expelled intrudersManyappetite is good The best way to find out is to take Cascarets Never accept a substitute J vehlcah DthenoIf Xutf hoat i S als Brooklyn Citizj toci lf In tl15eighteen feetoblesatcameontho scene after ny takinctwop i tt the CASCARETS This I am sure lisa caused setS 6n my bad health for tho past three years lam cm tin Cascartts the only cathartic in tCwcrthyot notice by sensible people es GsoW BOWHS Balrd Miss by nf The judge be n to understand and ba rett I t 1- S BEST FOR BOWELS AND LIVER THIS IS s- e 1tItCJ25c50c eBU- LKDRUGGISTS i THE TABLET Q11ABARTtD TO CTTKEall kwwcl trouble apyendleltls MlUnsneM- Is OTTttAltTEEI TO CITRKi Fivebad brtath had bloo4 wtd on the 1oaeh bloated b tOni msatb Traa sold 7owltiotermmmWlouboxcaayeargreaterthnnanheadake ludlrt1ouphpue painnfler eaitaFhtvertroublcaitoweoa similar medlelno la saerlt and Pltrfe Wbn your oar beat teilimeDhal Ve have CaIth and blaterrrfc beolutlyiConstipation kill more people than all other diseases together iraarantcied ta enre or money reloaded Ge bay todn two AOe rtek auisfledafler4jyou will never gel welt and be well all Me time ositll y a cat year bowel a by mall or the drnnlst tram whom you pureitaad it and cetyonramoneySruSt Take advIce WItSour start both hose Take advice matter iratoar no alls you stare todaySguarantee to cure or money refundedjleatthwlllanleklr folUw and will bles Drat started th asoua otCAs HorktCreebymaU Addt STtunutiokuT JoY taSSt 8aaGG saasQo l SS C c 7 1 h f v df Y r rLt71t f IE 14 1 = 1f iiJilfcJKi iSSSSWWfe r F tot jI y f rr OtVt I OWINGSVIILE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK 1UELISIJ IKO CO S OWTNGSVILLE KYt SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE a t THURSDAY JUNE 6 1901 Every business communication must be addressed to THE OUTLOOK PUBLISIIINO Co OWINGBVILLE KT else we will not be responsible for it p ANNOUNCEMENT MAGISTRATEII We Ire authorized to announce M R McGregor for Magistrate inIb the Wyoming district subject tot the action of the Republican pnrtyI 1 Wo nre authorized to announce Butler Toy as a candidate to suc teed himself as Magistrate in the Wyoming magisterial district sub ject to the action of the Republican party We authorized to announce Geo W Stnton for the office of Magia trato in the Wyoming district sub ject to the action of the Republi can party We are authorized to announceS Frank C Williams of ry for magistrate in the White Sulphur district subject to the ac tion of the Republican party RKALLT and truly the U S Con stitution nothing among friend Jy imperial ts j Wnnnns theres a will there a Way to break it and where there a Constitution theres a way to trade it Yotfmay like it or you may lump It but imperialism is a fact nailed and clinched by a bare majority of the U S Supreme Court BUTTE Montana is bothered about strange shifting movement cracking and eliding of the earth on which the city stand The folks there would prefer a base hit to fun without a slid EVELYN BRIGGS BALDWIN is t t start soon in command of a party from Tromsoe Norway to hunt the I North Pole That paragraphs who said the relief expedition ought to tart first made a good hit 9 Toe foreign allies will let the Chinese gradually resume control in Peking duringJune The heath en then will have leisure to size up white peoples morality and decide whether they will take any stock in it They were compelled to take some hundred million dollars worth of stock in the white peoples mili tary power 1 IRELAND is being gradually de populated By th recent census Scotland whose population is in creasing passed her The Jews are tnlking of buying up Palestine h The Irish in America may hare to get Morgan to finance a trust to buy ht Emerald Isle to save it from if ruining it as a Yrtherapacitythat MRS JoiirniKE A WOODBURY of Boston has sued Mrs Mary Baker Eddy of Concord New Hampshire i Che head of the Christian Science sect for 150000 damages for al leged libel and the case is on trial at Boston Mrs Woodbury was a 1 member but was turned 1nut The true inwardness of the Society is expected to come out at the trial TILLMAN is Populist in princi and McLaurin is essentially Republican If the Democrats of South Carolina had a modicum of the Democratic spirit of their great Calhoun left they would take ad Vantage of the opportunity olFered T y toe resignations of Tillman and McLaurin to nominate and else 1 two real Democrats to represent their State in the U S Senate S AT Bartow Fla Fred Rochello negro waylaid Mrs Rena Taggart a respectable white woman on r fcer return from fishing alone In a boat outraged her and then v cut her thoat killing her instantly A negro fishing on a bridge close toy witnessod the crime and indica rtedthe course taken by the fiend Two other negroes captured hun and took him to jail but a mobp feized him andburned him to death with coal oil 1 i U S CONSUL SKINNEB at Mar fI scuba France pays France a splen 9 did tribute by saying it is the only t i1lr tone of the great powera of Europe That could stand isolation without ft severe shock Every since Ger many defeated Franco in the war it p has been the snobbish fashion of r the Englishspeaking peoples to A decry France as n degenerate and to extol Germany notwithstanding France accomplished the impossible lor any other nation by promptly I paying the vast indemnity that Bts 1c merck exacted with a view to per c J InaneirtlycrippliDg the nation For 4 i brains sad the essential r France cun well stand comparison f4 t fwiththe balance of the world t dissentlngtr case has the true Atuoriaaa ring t while Justice Browns the oonclu 4 tipn of which is concurred in by f the majority of the Justices is per J waded with the imperialistic spirit and reads more like a special plea for imperialism Lhan an interpre I l tation of the meaning 9f the Con Z5etilution us intended by its fram t nl He seeks to allay the fears of 7t uch a neW departure by saying that the action of Congress in the b J past century anti tho conduct of r the British Parliament toward its outlying possessions since the 4 t i American Revolution furriiah no justification forthe fours He says znightbeItor Jl Chief Justice Marshall called the Q1ericaDimpira Vcpz i 4 f j jr4J 4wro1vj v t k c31 r r Jj Jtor i l t j5ia1 p l j ro t a 1 j f d tiIi Eneoxr MORGAN Levi P Moron rnoliu N Bliss and nine teen other dritgnteft from the New ork Chamber of Commerce went o Windsor Castlo to sec King Ed 11oyltyand Carnegie us the American were tn SOB royalty but Carnegie didnt go The British breathed freer after the party left and it was known that Morgan didnt dicker for the castle TOE Cuban convention agreed to the exactions of the United States by a vote of 15 to 14 however putting itown construction on tho Platt amendment The Adminis tion believes when you go imperi alizing you should go itn penalizing and declines to accept any but its own interpretation of the exactions of Congress As Cuba will have to knuckle or fight herself free of hr liberator the chances are largely that Cuba will knuckle GO McSwKEsuy of South Car dma thought to help Senators Tillrann and McLnurin out of u hole by declining to accept their resig gethisand wants the battle to go on to prove that he is master of the sit boundIState oldfash tightIe combatants may destroy each other politically DOWIE tho Chicagoan who is running a religious sect of his own founding confesses that ho is Eli jah the prophet who was reincar nated as John the Baptist and last ly as John Alexander Dowic And three thousand of his audience stood up to show that they believed what bo was saying There is n 0 absurdity in religion or politics or anything else that many people wont believe if it is preached eat nestly enough ONE OF nIB IAJESTrSSERV ANTS has just published biography of King Kd and an admiring world is told that one of the Kings valuable accomplishments is that of dancing the Highland fling better than anyone in the kingdom Still some people fancy that only the Scotch and the admirers of everything Scotch can see anything fetching in either the Highland fling or in the Highland kilt costume and lookon both as absurdities TOE Honorable Timothy Camp bell the Tammany Congressman some soars ago gained some renown by the remark What it the Constitution among friends It was laughed at as a fine specimen of unconscious Irish humor But it is no laughing matter when the imperialists soberly and in dead earnest take tho same view of that antiquated instrument and omcial Iy decide that there is no prohibi tion against practical imperialism THE effect of the decision of tho- U S Supreme Court five Justice concurring four dissenting is that Congress has tho supreme power to govern indefinitely the territories acquired by tho United States and to govern them independently the U S Constitution The United eStates cnn now enter upon a colonial policy in imitation of Great Britain or any other nation It looks like a monstrous doctrine to those who have believed with dissenting Jus tico Harlan that all government everywhere under the jurisdiction of the United States must be subject to the Constitution and that Congress has no power but that derived from and exercised under the Constitution groselbyton of the earth the social smart set of London women have become gamblers of the greedy conscience less sort eager to skin their asso ciates of both sexes and some not above roping in others to buck the drawingroomiThat i the social instinct in the highest circles If such chroniclers of high society as Thackeray and Baiza truthfully portrayed thepraeticol of past eras folks who have sound ed the depths and scaled the gravItateother vices from the fact that their eyes are perfectly open to the illu sions and shams of tho fashionable world carried to its logical conclusion CORRESPONDENCE U ran KB City Howard Lewis left Saturday t yisit friends and relatives at Yale Cud Snedegar and family of Wyoming visited David Royse and family Sunday Lexingtonfilled morning and nights Fant Johnson came home Satur day from Lexington whore be had been attending school Johnie Cooper and wife of flea Poplar Plains visited their sister Mrs Alice Kissick Sunday R R Walton and daughter Miss Annie visited Press Walton and family near Bethel last week Allen Rawllngs and wife visited their dughter Mrs Ben Sopor at Carlisle from Friday till Monday The relatives of Miss Maggie Riddle attended her burial which took place Friday at the family bu rying ground on White Oak Oh how hard we think it is to give her up but then the sweet consolation comes to us that she is at rest for she was so good and said she was going home To the heartbroken parents and sisters Remember she Is waiting for you in that better world where there will neer be any parting word c v f r Lij x tForgo Hill Mrs R T Whittington is im proving Dreoration day nti oliservctl at the Old Virginia burying ground lhillip Williams and wife visit ed home folks Saturday and Sun day Thomnu Whittingtnn bought of George Purkor a cow and calf for 5250 G A Riddle visited his laugh ter Mrs J W Manley on White Oak Saturday and SundayIBorn to Mr and Mrs Call Pnige in Araoret Mo a son Mrs Paige was formerly Miss Daisy Lue Wil Hams Moores Ferry W S Reeves of Mt Sterling visited relatives here last week G B Myers and wife went to Grange City last Thursday shop pingMiss Alice Atchison of Sher burne visited her sister Mrs O P Shrout last week Miss Bertha McGlothin of Midland City visited Miss Peachie Shrout last Thursday There was a good crowd at lIed ricks at 10 oclock a in May 30th and the graves were nil decorated with beautiful flowers The telephone lino crosses Lick ing river at lies Mill They got to tho river at noon Tuesday of last week putting up the poles Hlllsboro Harvey Willson and Pomp Lewis i colored loft for Milleraburg Mon day Chas Lytle went to Oxkwoiid Monday to visit his father C P Lytle The llillsbnro Band has been employed by II R Cecil to pIa July1thRev J W Carter left Monday for Lexington Mrs Lillie Taylor of Decatur Illwill continue the meeting at the Methodist Church until his return Mrs Mattia Mark and Miss Sal lie Fans of Owingsville were the pleasant guest of the latter sit terinlaw Mrs Mota V Farisfrom Wednesday until Friday A horse ran away with Whit Jr yin Lander Hudson and Kit Ap pleguta near here last Sunday night The buggy was demolished and Applegate received very severe kick bulow the knee Ho is still confined to Ins room Flat CreeK Mrs Saropta Steele is very ill Owen Myers sold a calf for 25 Some of our farmers are done setting tobacco Holrnan Rice has returned home from Cincinnati Mrs Joe Duff visited friends a t Salt Lick last week Your scribe visited friends at Olympia last ThursdayIThe smallpox scrM has about subsided in this section Fount Pieratt visited in Mont gomery county Sunday Mrs Odd Brumigem visited mel atives at Bethel last week Tell all you know and some mor and you will get to Heaven gfriendseyerybodysbusinesll Mrs John Shrout of Moores Ferry visited relatives here lust week- S Coolwoathercontinues We have experienced about four blackberry winters this spring Tom Freeman and wife of Mont gomery county were here last week to buy MissLellie Steeles property Married Miss Ida Robinson and Luke Shultz of Springfield Th e brides many friends wish her much joy cSlate Valley We had a good growing Monday morning Chris Garner and wife visited friends at Craigs Sunday The wedding reported is said to be a mistake but Charley is worthy of any of them Sam Shultz and wife spent Sun day with James Snadegar and wife near OwingivilU Cabe Snedegar find wife visited the family of Tilford Horseman SundayoCharles Warren wife and little daughter Maud visited reinds east of Slate Saturday and Sunday Mra Maiiah Stamper was the guest of Mrs Jack Toy Thursday and went to the Atchison cemetery The telephone line had to make several crooks and turns to get through this neighborhood all for selfish and narrowmindedners chilrnear Owingsville visited the family of her brother Caba Snedegar Sunday Misses Alma Reynolds of Mason county Lottie Garner and Lillie Bailey of this place Aimer Toy of Forge Hill and Lillian ghrout of near Owingsville spent Sunday the guests of Miss Lucy Ulery at the home of Mrs Sam Sbultz Your scribe with others went to the decoration at Old Fields Thurs day There was a large crowd gathered there to strew flowers in lov ling remembrance of their friends that are past and gone to the land where flowers never cease to bloom Elder Amos Kendall deliv ered a sermon appropriate to the occasion They had music by the Olympia Band and plenty of re fretbments on the ground i r H = r I Craics I Hro Anderson will preach here ext Sunday Jack Wilson is very sick not expected to Hro Miss America Withrow visited Miss Carrio Ilntton Sunday Severn from here went to the Old Fields decoration Thursday Mius Mary Goodpastor visited Miss Naunia Sexton Saturday and SundayJoyce Craig and wife of Pint Creek visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday We had a nice Sundnychool Sunday afternoon and prayer meet ing Sunday night Thomas Craig and wifo visited Newton Carter anti wire in Fleming county Sunday There was to be n wcnks meet lug hero beginning Sunday but the preacher fulled to come Mrs Nannie McGlnthin was the guest of Mrs Win Rico on Caney Creek Tuesday of last week Bothol Bob Wilson wife and daughter of near Millereburg are visiting relatives hero Mrs James Clay and Marion Blair of Nicholas county are the guests of John Arrasmith Mrs J M Gossatt returned Fri day from Millersbtirg where iho attendud the Commencement ox erciseaD Trumbo and wife returned home Saturday afternoon after a weeks visit in Frankfort Lexing ton and Winchester Moses Arrasmith Charles and Clydo Gosiett are at home from NurcIsSI11Boyd Mrs Charles Lauer and little spondringCharles Wilson and wife Mrs John wVIexanilcr of Reyn oldsvillt was buried here Sunday GcmcteryAlowed her to her last restingplace Mr Alexander has the heartfelt sympathy of many friend as he buried his daughter Mrs Mark well of Carlisle a few ago Howards Mill Mrs J O Hall is on tho sick list We hind some very cool weather last week Ed Smith is visiting nt Lexing ton this week- Talmngo Clark is visiting his parents this week Mrs Sledd of Nichal in visiting her nieci Miss Uena Barber Mrs Nancy Case visited her son James Montjoy a few days last weekMrs G B Garrett spent Tliurs day with her sister Mrs Julia ReedSMrs Leo Turley who has been quite sick for sonic time is iui proving nicely Mils Lizzie Domigan of Mt Stcrliirg is the pleasant guest of her friend Mrs J 0 1111 Tho fishing party given by the young peoplo of this place was rcport1toAl Itichards our groat fisherman has caught some very fine fish the past week weighing from 10 to 16 pounds Hurrah for Al We were glad to see so many out at church Sunday to hear Bro El bert Dawson as ho preached us tin extra good sermon lIe preaches for us every first Sunday afternoon Let ovary one come out and hear him Dr Clark wife and little daugh ter spent a few days in Winchester last week visiting relatives Dr will leave us Monday for his new home at Olympia We aro verJ sorry to lose him and family for as a physician and neighbor he cer tainly was good but Howards Mill joins in wishing him great success in his now locality rStepstoneG C Montjoy of Ewington was the guest of C B Reid and B F Myers Jr Sunday Wm Powers sold his horse to Wm Warner last week for 120 It was a 7yearold daisy Miss Mary Curry of near Mt Sterling is the guest of John D Alexander and family M G Powers of near French 1burg and Robt Lyons of George town Texas were visiting Uncle John T Powers several days last week Miss Ireno Barnes of near SEw ington was here visiting her aunt Mrs B F Myers Jr and great dl1YsIThere was a Sundayschool or ganized at Sugar Grove school house last Sunday with F M Kar rick as Supt and the outlook is for a good school there We are exceedingly sorry to say that O G Hamilton is just alive Mrs W B Henry is some worse at this writing but glad to say that Mrs T J Alexander is able to be up and about the house and yard Daniel Harper of Upper Prickly Ash was here Sunday and Mrs Sallie Harper of same place and Mrs Jas Harper of Catlettsburg were here Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives and friends They Ire looking well 1 want the readers of THE OUTLOOK to understand that those paragraphs that appeared in the paper a few weeks ago about Millard F Wilson were a foolish joke to have some tunThe correspondent should have had better sense than to hUeI sitten them i o Y 0 West End Miss Allie North of Olympin visited here Thursday The pletiRiira of an Olympia girl was marred by forgetting her false toothSJames F Horseman of near Ow ingsvilli visited here Saturday and Sunday South Side has joined the tel ephone force and is now bound for Charleston W Va We will not say anything in regard to local politics for awhile awaiting developments Please gentlemen dont return anyofyour goods we never take buck anything we send out Misses Emma and Mattie Spen car wore the pleasant guests of Miss Minnie North Thursday Miss Minnio Cartmill returned to her home on upper Prickly Ash Sunday afternoon after a pleasant visit here We had the pleasure of meeting James Ross at Salt Lick Saturday night Ho seemed to bo enjoying himself as well as a half dozen ladies he was entertaining Upper Prickly Ash Almanza Stone sold a sow and pigs to James S Boyd for 1750 E S Hamilton bought 8 head of shoals from Riley Chandler for 30 JURaIthis neighborhood Inmes Crouch and family of visited relatives in this neighborhood last week Robert Manley and Coburn Ham ilton caught a 13lb fish out 01 Slate Creek Friday night on a trot line W T Smoot of Owingsville and Peter Oursler of Flat Creek were gusts of James S Boyd Saturday and Sunday Mrs Charles Harper accompan ied by Mrs James Harper of Cat lettsburg visitcdrelatives at Step stone Sunday L D Brothor and wife of Ow ingsville and Mrs Nellie Kitchens of El Puo Texas wore guests nt Mrs Nancy Shrouta Saturday night and Sunday Master Ralph Shrout who had boon visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs L M Shrout in Jessa mine Co for several weeks re turned homo Saturday Crooks Capt J 0 Wood was in Lexington Sunday- Fant Johnson of Grange was here Saturday Henry Wright of Menifae Co was here Saturday Mend Armitage of Lnuisais vis iting his family here Several from here attended the decoration nt the Old Fields crave yard Thursday Bel ford Hon n and wife visited relatives at Chestnut Grove Saturday and ijuniliiy Brother Wilhoito will preach here the 4 th Sunday in this mouth at three oclock Mrs JT IIOTCriuale and Mrs J 0 Wond visited iicrr the Olympian Spring last week Charley Reed and wife visited the latters parents at Bethel Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Will Piersall and children of White Sulphur are visiting rel atives here this week Will Nixon and wife visited the family of Alfred Ingram at Chest nut Grove Saturday and Sunday Mrs James D Turley and little daughter of Owingsville visited relatives here Monday and Tues day of last week W N Wood of Charlottsville West Virginia visited his brother J O Wood here last week He was en route to Memphis to attend tho Confederate reunion Salt Lick Bert Sowell was in Mt Sterling Monday R H Warren spent Sunday in Mt Sterling Miss Lena Robbins visited in Morehead Sunday Mrs FCummings took charge of the Whitcomb hotel June 1st Revival services at the Methodist Church began Wednesday night of tItle week James Ross of TOE OUTLOOK at tended the supper at the Methodist Church Saturday night GuyaaiIants Mr and Mrs W P Dicker sonMr and Mrs Fell of Penney vania parents of W J Fellare visiting their nephew John H Jones The Salt Lick Bass Ball Club was organized Monday Grounds have been secured from Dr Lewis below town C E Whitcomb moved his fam ily to Scranton Monday Ho ex poets to engage in the stave busi nose there E L Kercheval has bought Aunt Jennie Claytons house and lot Mrs Clayton expects to move to- Vinchostersoon A large crowd attended the ice cream and strawberry supper at the Methodist Church Saturday night The receipts amounted to 20 C W Pierce of Scranton passed through town Sunday en route to Ashland where he has accepted a position with the Dawkins Lumber CoNext Saturday will be Public Sales day From reports received there will be quito a lot of stock offered for sale and a large crowd s expectc4 in town 1 r Knob Lick Cut worms are in abundance Cool soggy weather up to Sun uayVoRetation in doing very little goodCapt Pitman has moved to his now house There will bo a large quantity of millet sown Born Saturday morning to the wife of Onis Cox a boy Bees do not seem to be doing any good there will be a short crop of honey Chine Fowlers new engine he purchased at Flemingsburg is doing splendidly After considerable worry the ore company succeeded in getting must of the mon vaccinated Blackberry winter is over and there is a splendid outlook for the poor mans fruit the blackberry Not a great deal of ore shipped by the company last week but theymade up for lost time by sow ing peas they sowed about an 80 acre patch In my week before last items which did not reach the office men tion was made of the death of lit tie Jessie Carpenter eon of Cole man Carpenter He died of measles at the home of his grandparents Mr and Mrs John Yarbrough He was a bright little fellow How sad to his loving mother The measles settled in the arm of his little brother which promises to make tho child a cripple SharpsDurR- t Bonnet show at Little Rock Sun dayJohn English and wife of near Judy were here Thursday Earl Wilkerson of Little Rock was a visitor here Saturday Miss Carrie Bramlett visited at Little Rock Saturday and Sunday R N Ratliff and family visited relatives in Montgomery Co Thursday Chas Frazer returned Wednesday from a several weeks stay at LouisvilleJohn and Miss Palmy Dale attended church at Little Rock Sunday Rankin Whitsit and wife of near Mt Sterling wore visitors at R N RatliiFa Saturday Mrs Will Smith of Fleming Co ii visiting Mrs Roll RatlifT and othor relatives hero Willie Caywood who has bee n attending school at Winchester is tit home fur a few days Marshall Matthews and Albert Bourne of Mt Sterling were vis itors here Decoration day John Taul and iof Mt Ster ling passed down Wednesday to visit relatives in Fleming Co Mrs Sara McClure and Miss Sa rah Lou Triplett visited Thoma Wades near Stoops Monday- Rev II D Clarke of Mt Ster- hing preached tho Baccalaureate sermon at the Presbyterian Church here Sunday Misses Lena Howard Hattie and Khada Triplet visited Misses Carrie Stone nnd Lizzie Hopkins near Little Rock Saturday and Sunday Mr nnd Mrs Clint Frazer M and Mrs Will Smathers Mr and Mrs Jim Jones visited Mr and Mrs Thomas Dillon near Plum t Sundayand attended tho bonnet show at Little Reck The school year at tho Sharps burg Academy will close this week with tho usual exercises musical entertainment etc There will be five graduates viz Miss Nannie Clark Miss Lizzio Brown Howard MofTett the others not remembered by ye scribe There is one ease of smaltpox home a colored man and he is almost well The town is quarantined against Carlisle The tents have been ordered by Dr J W Rutherford our health officer and as soon as they arrive a postbouse will be established on lion Waller Sharps land near town and the suspects will be removed to it sad properly guarded Odessa J Warren Jones is very low not expected to live Jas Stewart bought t a young horse of G W Boyd last week for 55 Miss Oddie Powers bought a horse of O S Rodgers last wed for 50 S B Hawkins found n stalk of bluegrass measuring four feet five inches in height Mr and Mrs Walter Gray of near Flemingsburg were guests of Oscar Conyers and wife Saturday night and Sunday Born May 28 to Wm Whitton and wife a daughter and to Wal ter Scott Anderson and wife a son weighing some say a few pounds more than its father anyway a nice big boy and both child and father doing well though taking up considerable room- OBtTuARyMaggie Blaine Rid die daughter of James and Georgia Riddle of this community died Wednesday at 11 oclock p m of that fatal disease consumption from which she had been suffering lIinc Dtcember last though thought pot to be serious until about six weeks ago when said disease began its work in earnest and in spite of all medical attention grim death gained the victoryand die breathed her last as aforesaid Funeral ser vices at the home Friday at 10 oclock a m conducted by Rev J- H NuUon of Owingsville after which the remains were followed by a large concourse of sorrowing friends antI relatives to their last resting place on the hill near the 54 j f o i r- ffibe Iir Racket j f TJW DESBUY UNDERSELL J FOR CASH J COME AND SEE THE LOW PRICES rZ CARPETS RUGS CORSETS HAMS BURC LACES STRAW HATS j HOUSE PAINT CHINAWARE HARDWARE Everything markedin plain figures One price to all 980ParasolsCake Pans 50 Belt Buckles 25 15 IOC Cotton Jackets 40 aoc Boys Overalls 35 250 7CRazorPuffbosom Shirts 42C Counterpanes 98756049 PAID FOR E TI T S Shrouts m LIII Stand t old A B Riddle residence there to remain until the resurrection morn when the Christ shall arise Maggie was 16 years three months and nineteea days old when she died She was a faithfulmember of the Christian church at White Oak having made that noble con- Cession some three years ago under preaching by Elder E E Dawson who was requested to conduct the funeral services though being ab sent Bro Nelson kindly and ably filled the place The baU8 arers were her six first cousins towit Clom and Charley Riddle Garfield Anderson of this county and Lou is Tillman and John Cutright of Grange City Sbo was a beautiful kind affectionate girl and was loved by all who knew her In the schoolroom sits through her kind and loving disposition won the fa vor of her teacher and the pupils and perfect lessons were her de light always standing at the head of her class and at the close of schoolcarried away a modal The heartstricken parents and Bisters I have the sympathy of all in their sad D 01P Olympia Mrs J B Lane visvied friends at Salt Lick last week Miss LiNie Young returned from Wilmoro Wednesday J T Moore was in Louisville last wqetc on business Ilerndon Young nt Wilmnre is visitinjj his parents th iHkMrs Clay Jarvii visited her par slitS Henry Case and wife last Mrs J 1C Jacknon was in Mt Sterling shopping one day last week W M Alfrey and wife of Spon cer were guests of Charles l Thursday Mrs Helen Hart and Kate Costi gan were in Owingsvillo Tuesday shopping Mrs D R Bishop who has been sick for some time is able to be out again Bro Kendall held a meeting a the Sour Springs from Wednesday till Sunday Misses Honor Clark and Peach Costigan visited friends at Salt Lick Friday Mrs H O Irwin and little daughter Anna F were in Mt Ster ling Thursday Miss Frances Bishop of StLouis is visiting her brother D R Bishop here this week Miss Susan Young has gone to viiit Rev Bromley at Erlanger for a 3inontbs stay Charles Snedegar of near Ow ingsville wits the guest of his mother Thursday Jink Nixon was here Sunday Jink dont come so often you will mako us uneasy Misses Lizzie and Laura Carpen ter of Preston were guests of Robert McGlothin Monday- S Mrs Mead Armitago and chil dren of Preston wore guests of Ernest Armitage Monday Mrs Vamp Smoot of Flat Creek was the guest of her grandfather J W McGlothin Thursday Miss Glell McGIosson is visiting her sister Mrs Charles Clayton at White Sulphur this week Miss Lellio Steelof Flat Creek was the guest of her cousins Bud Clarke and wife Thursday Misses Lena Ovorby and Kate Kincaid and John GJackson spent Thursday eve at the Olympian Springs Bro Kendalls regular appointment at the Old Fields graveyard is postponed till the second Sunday in July G W Spencer and Ed Winters of Frankfort were guests of the latters sister Mrs Alf Jackson last week Mrs Thomas Alexander of West Virginia spent a few days hero on her way to Torrent to vinit her father Charles Humphrey Married Sunday May 2Gthat the homo of the bride Miss Liza McCarty and Charles SUton The bride is a daughter ot Newt Mc Carty Tho bridegroom is the son IIlong c Chamois Skins Bc tChair Seats 1 1 3Matches 6rQt Tin Bucket 4C Silk Mitts 18 loc Tops ic igal Milk Crocks 8 igal Jars Sc Daisy cc t i CASH EGGS W ujrjfiLl Old bereavementA IfcctI 2l Thermometers SSJ Stoops Mrs John W Thompson is OB the sick list I Chat Eicher is still very poorly with ataxic paraplegia J M Atchison of Owingsville was in this vicinity last week ILSterlingSeveral from hera attended show at Mt Sterling Thursday thJt2PlumJohn W Thompson boughtSmare from J A Stamper for 115 fiMiss Anna May Goodan is visit 4week1 Creekvisited nesdaj fw s 9 Deal and wife of near Jlt Sterling visited relative here Thursday I Never wait for others to make you a fortune get out and work tifor it yourself iJJrnest Gillaspie is visiting hir tfather Henry Gillaspie at Mill thin week WadeJJ H Gillaspie bought v itingsviikThere will be two South Carolina jsstatesmen nut ofa Job thy fink thing they kno1jfl7T Overtin Jones nat hi 7 relatives neaiyOvcihgsville Satur day and SUndayi ItII 21 Wilde and wife of Sharps burg visited the formers father Thos Wade Sunday A crowd youngsters from her went fishing in Stoner Creek ia Bourbon county Saturday rII P Shultz andwife Lrelut1veafrom Saturday untifWondmr J Dan Burne of Flat Creek sail 4 John Chandler of Prickly Ash visited relatives hire Saturday and Sunday tA woman is never satisfied nntit finds out a secret then she it otsomebodyThe editor is expected to know everything And yet there arc some people who think they know tmore than the editor f Mr Editor Whatever became of 0the great Black Diamond that used to run through burg There now Cant bygones bo bYRonuEdlrailroadIOhmy I but the sweet set remarked a the other day Why said we T Well said he you can talk to J one a while and she will rake yoa JT think you are in about five feet oS Heaven when you are really ift u about two feet of the other place No boys Johnnie cant cosout 4IINo bo isnt sick Hit sister Coliegborrowed a play and he has to stay ia the houseSMarried at Owingsville Wed nesday May 29 h 1901 b Luke Shultz of Wades Mill and Mis Ida the second youngest daughter of the late George Rob son at Salt Lick The groom ia a bright and industrious young man and ii a nephew of H P Shultz of this tplace The bride is a handsome and accomplished young lady Im i mediately after the ceremony th drove to the home of Perry Shultz where a reception was given tbe yijThey will make Wades Mill thel home May joy and forever be their lot r WALLACE S GUDGELL- ATTYATLAW Have removed my office to the Ewing building on Main street will be glad to have my old to call FORSALEaadI A house and one acre of groun4 l in Forgo huh join schoolbouse Good welt of water a number of fruit tree and a gif tl fence lq rMRS MELISSA A Jf DERSO Jrli 1J 4 1 1+