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McCormick Binders Mowers and Twine are superior to any Broth 4 r Co Agents v Born at Ashland to the wife of R H Batty on June 8th a girlc Laura ElizabetheThere will bo services at the Christian Church next Sunday at 11 a m and 8pmSBorn June lltb to the wife of Millard Staton near Preston a girl laraElizabethItFor a swell piece of silverware for that June wedding call at O C Harris jewelry store The cherry crop is a good one and domestic canning is occupying the attention the women DonI buy a binder good for one season only when you can buy The er McCermick good for all time A trial will convince you that we can test and fit your eyes cor rtctly VO C lUBRis S 1 handle the noted ElkhornWbis key There is no better madeWJ W LANE The Ladles Aid Society of the Methodist Church will serve ices andcake on the evening of Julyp For groceries go to a grocery on store but go to 0 C Harris jewel ry store forjewelry and silverware The IIprin sown clover hall miide a good stand Old fields town in clover the past few years are a failure M 1otbJ meKd wkiU teceryL good but the wet j been favorable to the growthuf white blossom Bus CtLESKATtos Lookout for the big celebration at Grange CityI July 4th Everybody in tedAj- ol1y time for allbElder T W Crouch will preach the funeral of Mrs Sibbie McDon ldat Hedrieks schoolhouse the third Sunday in JulywFarmers will make a mistake if they fail to procure a colt of the nt Ret of J8 Brown the noted stat w lioa of Dr G W Conner True economy dictates the use of the cst glasses We have a full stockand the prices are rightSO C HAKBIS the Look here I The people thatJ bare pictures enlarged will save v big Boaey by getting J H Brothert ta furnish the frames The lady members of the Christian Church Wilt give an icecream supper early in July toraiBea faad towards papering the Church We are going to deal in ice this year and would be glad to have year patronage J W LANE Owingsvills Ky The fancy prices that horses are Itri itlg should convince the far Din who want fancy prices that J S SrewBif the best horse to breed to cDuringtheBOKe very large hailstones I One afterlyiBgqti the ground some little time measured one andIquarter inches If you aced anything in rough lumfcer delbrered at opricesI leave yeur orderwith Bud Brother an4it will kveprompt attention Snirsov KABBICC Every one here is for Sam How ard for Judge all the and dissatisfied Democrats SCAGGS Bethel June 17th 1901 A word to the wise is sufficient J and after we test your eyes you fwillbe convinced tfaatO C Harris t Jewelry store is the place to buy the beat glasses for the least money LTJMBIK jam PoSTA11Iiz8I pine ctfestnut and white oak Call on or address f SLESSKB Olympia r rLB BLISS Owingsville yT 25tf k I want your watch clock and jewelry repairing and am willing to ask you for it We do all work iiffropt1 tbdrongbly and satiBfao B W AKDKKWU 2 atOC Harris jewelry store oi uHJ lBegInn1ng Yonda May 27 Ii1I llyentire stock ef iHlissrytsachas hats flowers ribfeoHEehiffons nulls etc at cost forca h No goods charged in this lIst4RHp fS MD SESmLI ref 1 lit A f r 2 if 1 t f I l r rfioc r 1t j 1 01 0v b f= r r yd f PERSONAL Henry Cracraft of Shnrpsburg as in town Friday Miss Bessie Bottc of Crook in visiting her brother IL II Bolts at AshlandJohn Donnldon of Elizabeth Bourbon Co was hero Tuesday on usinessbMr and Mrs R S Estill of Wy oming have taken rooms at the Owings houses Minot Davis and R E Catlottr ant to Sheepshcad Bay to attend the races A R Talbott of Flat Creek went to Oklahoma lust week with a view to buying landlMrs Alice Perry and daughter Miss Lorena made a visit to Mt Sterling last Thursday Sherman Goodpnster and Duke Hampton were in Mt Sterling lutaWednesday and Thursday Miss Rebecca Ashton of Cov ington will come Friday to stay in until Monday at Mrs Belle AllensF Arthur Powers of Louisville d aine up Monday to visit his par b nts Mr and Mrs W W Powers 1Miuohn W Shrout at Moores Ferryr Mr and Mrs James Harper of Catlettsburg were visiting relatives the county They returned home WelneldayuMr and Mrs Royse Allen of Millersburg came Saturday to visit Squire and Mrs James B Hughes south of town Mrs Clay Tackett and two chilSdren of Paris came spend a day or two with her broth 0 C Harris Ellis Byron Rex Corneilison in Ford and Clark Patterson and bo Charley Brother were visitors at nrpllburg Sundayth leissednosday of last week to visit if Mrs J B GoodpastetsMrs Almanza Byrd of Mont Co was a guest of hertnrents Mr nnd Mrs Wra Roes Run last week Dan Farleigh of Lexington nnd Miss Anna Fletcher of Mt Ster ling were in town Friday and were pleasant callers at this office Col Henry Ewing and niecn b iss Mnttie left Tuesday for a t to the tatters sister Mrs Dr yons oCSurgoinnil1eTennt Mrs Ida Killp trick of Flemh ingshurjr after visit of some weeks with Mrs T II Brown left of home Wednesday of last week T S Shrout and went to fblothThey expected to return Wednes dRY Rev W B Gray attended theC dndSharpsburg Wednesday tf last m eekTRiibt Walsh and Miss Rosalind Goodwin of Mt Sterling were pMunday Mrs Wm E Richards and sun ames of Georgetown accompan ed MrsR A Walton and daugh er Elizabeth home Friday to visit Mr and Mrs J M RichartIIMiss Mary T Hneken who bad charge of the trimming department in Mrs Estills millinery store dunhing the season left Tuesday noon for hor home at Morrow O Miss Lorena Perry went to Bethelc Saturday to visit Miss Anna Van arsdale She returned Monday accompanied by Miss Vanarsdale and Miss Estelle Daugherty and Mr Gibson of Dallas Texas t Mrs Josephine Moores returned from a several weeks stay at Win Monday She had intended to Louisville to visit her Ion Lee but Lee had gone to Texas to accept a position with a grocery firmDr W E Phillips of Wyoming Jo Myers of Flemingsburg Wednesday for a visit to the latters son and the formers daugh ter Mr and Mrs James Myers at Washington D C They are not expecting to ask tho President for an office but could tell him how toI run the machinery of Government M R McGregor and George Wj StateL have both withdrawn from the Republican race for Magistrates nomination in the Wyoming district The trial of John Withers col ored in Louisville for the murder of Dr Will Royse of near Sharps burg was set for June 27th last Ireek when the case came up Cot Will Hamilton withdrew from the race for the Democratic nomination for State Senator in the district composed of Bourbon Clarkand Montgomery counties leaving walkover to Prewitt rSome of the boys procured a big turtle last Thursday and had Jim Kitchen Conner to make it into his justly celebrated soup Clarence Power kindly remembered THE OUTLOOK reporter with a bowl of it and it was vary fine 1 rif i i r R r iJ r Ewing Conner nnd John Tincher sold lust week to II Ilurnco of Montgomery county four mature mules for 47250 Johnson M Atchison sold to same a horn for 75 Owing to the luck of sunshine tho wheat harvest will bo u week or ten days latter than usual It gen rahly commences about June 20th ut it will not begin untilabout July lit The growing corn is low for the but it looks well It needs badly but the continuous wet weather prevents it Wheat harvest too will divert attention that the corn needs The protracted meeting at the Methodist Church closed Tuesday night That was sooner than intended but Roy Barker had a call to perform the marriage ceremony for a close friend and left on thatI John Freehand of near Bethel bought the interest of John Bradley the Owingsville planing mill and firm is now McKinnevan k- reland Mr Freeland was a sol ier in the Spanish war and is rotherinlaw of Geo A Peed SEE HERE Beginning Monday ay 27 I will sell my entire stock f millinery such as hats flowers chiffons mulls etc at cost for cash No goods charged in thisI line Reap Mits D S ESTILL OLD MEDAL James Carter of pper Slate Creek found a yellow coinshaped piece of metal that he thought might be valuable A por trait and letters were dimly dis cernible on it Under a magnify glass it proved to be a Winfield cott Presidential medal of the 1852 vintage- A good portion of the wheat sown tobacco land is down and will hard to save and then it will not make a good merchantable ar That on stalk land is not so ick but is remarkable for the ngth ansi large size of the heads i will yield more good wheat than thicker on the ground and with heRds There will be a picnic nt Coul Woods on the White Oak pike on July 4 There will be plenty to eat and plenty of water Ve expect to have a balloon ascen sion in the afternoon A merrygo round for the children A first class brass bund Good order will u maintained by the authorities YOUNG k UOKXEUAX A JoLLirPAttTr A party of twen young peoplo in three vocicks passed through town Sharpsburg Wednesday afternoonl last week to spend two Olympian Springs They had a musician with them and were iij ay spirits They gave a very en- oyablo dance Wednesday night everal from here attended thetdance CRAWFOKDHEUPINKB Thomas and Miss Viola Hod ings both of near Sherburne were- arnied last Thursday at the resi enco of and by Elder B B RossI hey were accompanied by Mr Hendrix and Miss Myrtle ViceI These are among the leading young eople of their community and we- xtend congratulations and good wishes THE SMALLPOX SITUATION The cases of smallpox at Reynoldsville have bsen discharged having re covered From persons that were t Sharpsburg Sunday evening it was learned that there were four new cases all from among the sus acts except one a Mrs Hunt wboI as several children It was after wards learned that it was not cer am that the latter was a genuine ase of smallpox FOR MAGISTRATE Goo W Razor of near lies Mill is a candi date for the Republican nomina ion for Magistrate in the White sulphur district The primary will be held July 27th Mr Razor is an ntelligent man a farmer clever sociable and a good mixer He is a good citizen and stands high in his community He has a large number of personal friends and a considerable family relationship DIED Frank M Calvert died at Lowisburg at 4 p m Sunday Mr Calvert lived for many years at Wyoming running a sawmilland later farming Ho was stricken with paralysis there a few years ago and was removed to Mason county to bo cared forby relatives He was never married He walafirstclass citizen and accumulated a competency He had many friends but no relatives in thiscounty- SrnALINoOtrrLooxsome years annoyccby i mails stealing OUTLOOKS on their way to subscribers The practice has been complained of again re cently and we have tested the mat ter sufficiently to know that thi stealing is done by the mall or by somebody they permit ti handle the mail We request every one subscriber or exchangeen titled to receive THE OUTLOOK to notify us promptly when a copy of the paper fails to reach them We are collecting evidence to make a complaint to the U S postal au thorities to have the stealing stopped It is vary damaging to a newspapers reputation for reliabil ity in business methods to have subscribers deprived of the papers in that way 4 A CUT WITH AN Ax On Monday morning George Sexton n tenant on Col H II Ewings farm cut Sam McClain another tenant on his right leg just below the knee with an ax making a wound that required six stitches in sewing up McClatns story is that he was in Sextons yardnnd made a remark in a joking manner about some turkeys when without warn ing Sexton struck him with nn ax with the result as stated Sexton struck nt him again but McClain dodged The wound is not dan gerous LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET By George R Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CoJune 15 1901The tobacco market is strong IIofferings bacco for export purposes meets with good competition There isI some speculation in tho market The roJections have been very light this week and this is a good signr as the tobacco offered has been generally in good keeping orderS STORMS DAMAOESConsidorabloS damage wind storm Monday on Flat Creek between here and Mt Stcrlinghlow ing down timber apple trees etc Lightning struck one of the Hamilton Farm Cos burns killingone of a pair of mules in a wagon and knocking men and horses down Luster Parker was struck in the leg tearing off his shoe and disabling him from work Dr W E Phillips of Wyoming who had beon on a vii it to Johnson Young brought Earpkerhome in his buggy Ho is fatally hurtiblUNT PECK A CANDIDATE Elsewhere will bo found this an a nouncement of E E Peck of near Sharpsburg as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Repre r sentative from the Bath Rowan district Munt Peck is a middle aged man and has always been s prominent in his party though itois believed never before a candi date for office He is a man of un questionably good business and political capacity and has long been a leading citizen in the alFuire of his end of the county As a farmer b finestock raiser und tobacco dealer he has done nn extensive business and enjoys n firstclass reputation for probity and good citizeniliip Ilia fHinilj cnnnectionehip is of die- btS l sucialland wiJTIk having manled into the Berry family being a brotherinlaw of JtR Cole BaRjom and the lute Alex Goodpnster He would bo a man decided influence in the LpgisII atureaTOBACCO PROSPECTS This week sees the last of the tobacco trans n planted At the beginning of the the farmers were planning o get out a very large crop From the backwardness the season the r cool weather tho slow growth of the plants and ravages of cutworms for a while it looked like 50 per cent of a crop would hardly be but the last ten the 2plantsand the very rainy season enabled the farmers to set their plants as J they got large enough From care e ful interviews with farmers from all parts of the countyand a careful estimate the crop planted this year o wilt boBO per cent of the last t years crop The stand will be bet tar than ever known owing to the very seasonable weather for it Quite a number of the farmers d planted a portion of the land in corn that they had intended fur tobacco when they thought they would not be able to get plants to set the ground Some afterwards set tobacco and cut up the corn At the finish the small plants had c got to be large and a great deal t more could have been put out IMAItIUAGE ANNOUNCEMENT Eld er Elbert K Dawson and Miss Myrtle Maxey will bo married at 8 30 oclock Wednesday June 26th in the Methodist Church at West Liberty Morgan county Ky Elder Buchanan pastor of the West Liberty Christian Church will perform t ceremony A general invitation- Is given to attend the wedding Miss Myrtl Maxey is a daughter of the late Alex Maxey of West Liberty She is distantly related to the Maxey family of Bath count Her father was a prominent and esteemed citizen of his section Elder Elbert E Dawson is the second eldest son of John W Daw son of west of town a grandson IIthe late Jefferson Dawson and greatgrandson of the late Jefferson Rice He was educated for the ministryof the Christian church at the Lexington Bible College andI has had quite a distinct success asI a popular preacher though yet very young and practically at tho beginning of his career Ho has evangelizingBand pointsonestly devoted to his religious call ing His multitude of personal and church friends and admirers will be delighted that he has chosen a bride and will rejoice with him in his happiness THE OUTLOOK ex tends its congratulations to MIs Maxey and Elder Dawson in ad vance of the auspicious event The Outlook and Daily Evening Post 385 3 a T w tyt t NOTICK ot THE HOLDING OK A RE PUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION By R resolution of the Republican meetingheldthat a county convention of the Republican party of Bath county y6thday for tho purpose of nominating rJudgeNovember election i c That said convention be com posed of delegates from each vot ing precinct of the county one delegate for each 50 votes cast for McKinley electors at the last else tion and one vote for a fraction of 25 votes so cast That each voting precinct shall I plACeillday of July 1901 at 2 oclock p m organize by the selection oh Chairman and Secretary and select delegates to attend the county con vention as follows towit Votes Delegates Sharpsburg No1 98 2sSharpsburgNo 2 1C3 3t129 outh Sherburno 112 2 Wyoming 14G 8wHill 134 3 alt Lick 211 4SWhite Sulphur 147 Preston 141 a Owingsvill No1 U7 2rOwingsvillo No 2 108 2bOwingsvillo No 3 100 Total representation 33 votes ClanirmllnRBATH Co OIL According to the newspaper reports there ia a stir almost amounting to a boom in the county and Junction City etroleum districts of Kentucky he different companies operating n the Bath Co district are going quietly ahead perfecting their machinery and atorago arrangements indproduct The Bath Co oil is of the fine lubricating class and is bfttcdOne railroad manager is quoted by the Lexington Herald as expressing urprise at the fine quality of the il in its unrefined state and says it is as good us tho oil costing 7 to 8 per hurrah used on his road The Bath Co oil men are in spec ially good luck The crude illu minating oils sell at 1 or less per iarrelrates at mticli lesa There is nothing in tho nature of a boom in this district It is said that the avail nblo lands are all leased Very tile same class oLoit could br fotinkdli unntmT tlstsouthern end of Ujtlh as the black slate of he Devonian formation crops out abundantly in tho valleys of Cnney Salt Lick Clear Mud Lick Mill to nIl Little Slate Creek and Olympian Springs It is in the black slate formation that the of wells are sunk in the Ruglinds Mill 0eighborhoodthat Wrlls havent been sunk at Salt Lick and Olympian Springs as they are convenient to the rail ho oadcGOOD ROADS CONVENTION plete arrangements have been lIladeI for the Good Roads State ConvenI tion to be held in 7 and 28 As Gov Beckham byt proclamation had asked the Countya and to del ogatesexpected All the railroads within 200 miles of Louisville will give a Hheexpense The conventions held elsewhere in the South have drawn large crowds in addition to the elegatesI h Good Roads Association will have charge of the road making He hasII with him a force of the finest roadk engineers in the world and will show how to build the best Itena hhemof the 125000 miles eofmacadamized a mile of modern earth road will be constructed tbatI can be in order the whole proundnot equal to turnpikes when propTerly constructed they make thoroughfares and are easily kept in order and at small expense The of and macadam froadsbest f tOneethetion of machinery e oTheretools and they will be handled b3bexperts The use of oil to lay will be illustrated by practicah tests and the proper kind pipes shown a The roads to be constructed will be made after the best plans such as have been devised from long experience by road engineers in ovary part of the world The National Good Roads Asso ciation has been ten years in growing to its present position of power and usefulness It first built good roads at the Worlds Fair and since then has held conventions in every part of the United States It has secured the organization of Good Roads Bureau in the Department of Agriculture and has sue ceeded in having planks indorsing good roads inserted in the plat forms of both parties Its object Iis to promote good roadsiegislattoil In every State Convention will be held nt Buffalo in September and it is tipped tb this will be the gre U4 Rood roac meeting in thi vorld A State as sociation ni ho organized at the f 0o 1 j j J t rff i Q Louisville meeting and delegates sent from it to Buffalo The subject of good roads is the most important one the people ol Kentucky or of any other State can consider Good roads will add immensely to the value of farming property as it will make the markets easily accessablo to farm and garden products and by increasing tho facilities and comfort of life in lurhasesGood roads are the best invest ments the farmer can make The cost of hauling his produce to market can be easily cut halt in two by the use of modern roads The next Legislature will bo call ed upon to pass a modern road lawn New York New Jersey Connec ticut and other States the State has an engineer and gives State aid importantrKentucky has some of tho finest turnpikes in the world but Presi dent Moore of the National Good Roads Association says be hasnt een a single modern dirt road in he StatetHER TESTIMONY She was on die itness stand in tier own behalf eing also defendant in the action he Vasa sturdy widow hard working shrewd in a deal and gar A landlord was suing for ack rent on a littlo farm abs had abindoned You say that the land was bard and sour and sterile suggested the attorney for the plaintiff Thats what I said only I wasnt 63 persniffity about itand Ill say more Just a moment please We want evidence not opinions Did you raise anything on this land of ours Landof ours Iwith a sniff You never owned a thimbleful oft Yes I did raise things on it It took two hills to raise a bean and a whole row nf corn to raise a nub in I raised a cabin I raised a pigpen and I tried to raise a goat ut it starved to death poor thing That ground wouldnt raise dog fonnel or even Canada thistles Dont exaggerate please You say the soil was our I couldnt exaggerate about that ground if I was a lawyer In the morning when the dew w 9 steam n off in the sunshine youd think you was livin next door to a pickle factory I kept my sugar in an airtight jar- Pshaw Thats ridiculous I suppune the ground naaobA you couldnt blast turNut bin of the kind Im here to tell the truth But Ill tell you how hard that ground was I had crop my set onions out with a hatchet anti a big gander I bought broke his neck tryin to pull a tuft spear grass The landlord did not recover Detroit Free Press No BREAKING OrrSce here Daniel began the old farmer when had cornered his son out by the- ornerib whats this here circala tin round mong the neighbors you and Patience break in offj en engagement Blamed never see so much smoke where hey wasnt some fire Did youind her have some words I said there wasnt no brcakin ff didnt I Whats the use of croisquestionin a feller like he was on the witness stan Lots of use my young man aint I tole you more times than youve got fingers and toes that my thillIere our jine and isnt she a only chile an aint you a only chile Haint you got no gumtion nur common 80n She said not She said 1 didnt now enough ter peel biled perta afore eatin em or to keep when Iwas a courtin ofm er She haint so fur wrong eith r And what did you say I tole her she didnt have inter eck enough to talk sos to keep nobody awake and thet ef I was a ickia and a chooiin fur beauty be at the foot of the class hats what I tole her Well She ordered me ter git out and Ilaidf she ever see me on that arm from tbenceforard shed set the dogs on me an I tole herh he dogs would have a confounded asy time of it so fur as I was con But there wasno breakin B1t Then the old man informed the oy that if the engagemenc wasnt within twentyfour hours ed leave every durned dollar to sannytorium fur footsDetroit Free Pres- sWALLCE S GUDGELL TTYATLAW Have removed my office to the Ewing building on Main street and will he glad to have my old clients to cull a- GtiFORSALE aAhoulle nnd one acre of ground in Forge Hill joins schoolhouse Good well of water a number of fruit trees and a good fence 15 MRS MELISSA ANDERSON The Outlooks advertising rate in proportion to its circulation is the lowest atof any paper in the State Get our terms and judge for yourself t fr 9 Jft S ii 7 tt EUCENE MINIHANlJrMANtJFACTURER OF FIRSTCLASS HANDMADE SADDLES AND HARNESS gRfiJt My saddles are the cheapest for they rid the easiest look better and wear longer than any saddle made They are made right here at home and are hand made I also have factory saddles at the priceMYHARNESS ARE THE CHEAPEST for they are the safest to use wear the longest and look nice all the time 1 dont put on a machinemade saddle on my handmade harness and ca 1 them handmade iiI will save yon money on Maehlnemado fBuggy Harness Bujrgy Whfplland Dusters Axle Oil and Washers Harness and Soaps Ac saddles promptly filled I am Yours for tho best saddles and harness EUGENE MINIHAN OWIXGSVILLE KY SAM P ATCHISON DRUGGIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCOS CIGARS ETC M D FARISSUCCE- SSOR TO PAXTON DENTONI 41MASONICJ L HESS FUNERAL DIRECTOR CLOSINGOUT SALEHaving bought a farm and wishing to turnfLour attention to farming we offer our stock of Dry Goo6sClolKiiv 6rO ceries1Iotionsetcetcj OR SALE AT COST Or will sell entire stock of goods to any one wishing to purchase the only store at a first class point JACKSON ESTILL WYOMING KY TUES s AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY H Incorporated r f v CAPITAL STOCK S t 25400 00t RESERVE SURPLUS t 125400 00 fAMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERSZOO000OQ Address all correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS Teeth ache See Dr Perry a C Perry Dentist Over Richarts store Old Hickory Famous among the ost famous of Kentucky whiskies j wholesome and strengthening for the weak pleasantly Invigorating for the strong sate by S P Atchison Owingsvillo Ky We Need It WE MUST HAVE IT All those indebted to us please call and settle We would not ask were we not compelled to aol eeL to pay our debts S SLESSER i SIMPS R NEWMAN LATELY OF GRANGE CITY has opened out a Drug Store at the Ragan Room ON MAIN CROSS ST- FLEMINGSBURGKENTUCKY And would be pleased to have his Bath Rowan and Fleming county friends give him a call when in to- wnJ1R1llnca1tor Farmers Ky- MANUFACTURER O- FLUMBERFlonringCeilingWeatherboarding MouldinRLathsiTobaccoHcigs heads Oak Pickets for wire fence and Tobacco Barn Tinbar Why dont you see Dr Perry about your teeth f i 1 r i Good whisky is both doctor and tonic Better looking than doctors it better tasting than all medicines ijfFor general family nse nothing equals whisky and HARPER Yhisr ky Is preeminently the family whis ky fold by J W Lone Owings villeKy I ana Hazelrigg Olym plan Springs Ky 1 TRY REX DANDRUFF CURE STOPS THE HAIR FROM FJLLL ING OUTANDGIVESITNBWLIFE Johnsons Barber Shop In cellar under Owingsville Banking Co Special attention paid to clean lug and trimming ladies and chit drens hair Work done at your house if desired l I SLTHE I Farquhar THRESHER for 45 years too well known to need description here catalogue of Engines J hreshlng Machin cry Saw Mills de Agricultural ImpIeinentBmaileil free A B FARQUHAR CO Ltd nYork PaIC O RAILWAY TIME or TBAIH AT FRKSTOK STATION KAST110U2CD 2oMk iif8am NoSl 1118 plc No24iopli vrKsTnocxii So I d4at No55fi43pmNo 1341110m rDallj except Sunday AH others dally Trains M neat 33 earrr liming car serving Meals aIacarte t TIMKCAHD KKKECTIVE JULY IS iaoi Express Trains for LotisvlIIe Islington Cincinnati Washington New York c fand Eastern Cities For Information egarmng mica sleep Ing car reservations call on or address JAgent C A O lUllway Preston Station jO W BARSICY C B KTAK CPA Aast GPA rLexington Ky Cincinnati 1i i j I i4- i 0 r l i i iirv 0JC 0a i r r T f g jp rr 1 fl reI fI f t frjiir lt cit I 1 R tII J1 f f rj r I t OWlnOSY OutlOOk OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO PnblUners f OWINQSVILLK i i KENTUCKY jAsYOU AND WILL BE 4 Though men may heap the dollar up r In aoldrn gleaming pile Though they may task beneath the light Of fickle fortunes smiles Yt when death beckon unto them And murmur Come with roe boyAsTh dolUrt and the joy thry bring The JiIi and the wine Must Mnfferever on this aideThey cannot cross the line The poorest meekest of us all proudANNo pockets In a shroud No pockets for the shrouded has No need of pocket moreBut all his deeds the good and bad I They all have gone before 1 gateHisI tis well If haply there may be A tear stain on his cheek TIs well for on our balance t No dollars hare a lire But every one of sorrows tears learning Jewel shine all the imllM that we have coaxed e jtAnddrive out mlrery In our favor when were dead you and I will be American UK b iTJpplncott Com 1JCoPJTlabt AH rights reserved XL CovnxTjEn sjIinterest in a private soldier The apreaidentwas smiling his sad kind face questioning her closer than bib lips alone She described the scene of her ifIher hearer revealing the kindl heart within him 1Grand1 he said briefly should be glad to see himbut noand he turned slightly towards the mass of papers the crowd waits The man that this soldier saved she said simply was a kinsman of mine one to whom I am greatly ildebted is that aU1 1And is lIche answered Hut un playful mocking gaze cf 1he she felt her face gr iv cnn fchisblush graa sheet of official paper and the touch of a handbell and Frances found her lelf under the guidance of a messen gr on her way to the wardepartment At the door of the department the met Raymond Hoi bin In a new and glitter ejseeingI You here he exclaimed I Whnot She gaTe him but a a glance a sarcastic smile playing about her lips I It is no place for women you L1bould be at home- dVlt is no place for men yon hou 3 not be at home Capt Holbin An angry reply arote to his lips but iiLCof checked it Ii You know why I am not he said 4Li I hue been unfairly treated but vt Islitj L dlLVDeeDJIapriiDte wilpaseedin5ightWhat n antelr he asked ofa clerk a CIquaintnnce with careless indifference when she was gone An order for the parole of a pris once and a pus through the lines deepthoughtto a hotel porter anu ue latter hand ed him a sealed envelope Within this was a card bearing the name Lou I c iseyo0 CHAPTER xii When Virginia seceded and her fungmen rushed to the front among the first to seek it commission was Raymond Holbin ThlIIA in thep days when mot people believed that t the military feature of recession grandiates of West Point were at once in great demand and backed by the L Brookin influence Holbin was ap a captain of infantry among dthestate troops no search of his rec ord being at the time possible but shCto confederate government and i adancingiathat M had been an officer in the ccg iilar army the matchless memory of the southern president recalled bill history Jefferson Davis had been sec retary ofWarat the time the Holbin courtmartial was held and the ree and coailng before hrm for review he a had promptly approved the sentence i Vofthe court A long struggle to se Vure a modification of the sentence sbadI many politicians bad been arrayed by Holbins mother but in vain S ie nnIt jlolblna hated Jefferson Davis The name Holbin had clung to the mem headeclined to appoint Raymond Holbin pr to commission him in any way to command honorable men The deci sion was In harmony with his de XZ tion to his principles a devotion I wa destined to make him in the end hFI t Thisnew public reflection upon Hoi 4il bin filled him with an ungovernable 5i c rage Had sate opportunity offered he would not hue hesitated to und 4abullet through the heart of the man I who was responsible for it Indeed flyVwas might11 d I be dedicated to the fdilCbarge of a patriotic duty The fdaily ii of the confederacy walked Tn the presence of death fora i fanaticism and desperatet i men sur t10rounded thini His safety lay in the fact that lie walked in the sunlight4 bwhere the results of an attack prom riJ iced never less than life for life And r t Raymond Holbin was not the man 4 to barter his away he bided his time r otie A far more dangerous enemy was his 7 mother who numbered official ac qurdntances in Washington by the a scores and who knew when and f where to plant the deadliest blow j this woman seeare in her social posi lrt tion displaying by her own efforts fandthe efforts of her stepdaughter in hospital work devotion to the 5southeru cause was in secret fast I alseneinjr accounts with Jefferson Davis hN Friend of Raymond Holbin for be 1 i em had a few with tbe aid of his iisi J1 4Jtr ctJ e 0 tAf 1 4r l 5 j1f1lJor 71 T v r y if IifH4 r e r t YAIf nT 11 ir0 r I j 1J 1 J ttij mother secured him a bombproof po sltlon with a rank of captain and there he stuck with ail the time for plotting that might be demanded What teemed to Holbin an oppor tunity for a sweeping revenge came very unexpectedly Up to then he had been but an Instrument in the hands of his mother and that large circle of invisibles known to hint who sapped the strength of the conCeder ncy Their many interests preceded his The opportunity came through Xioulce lIe did not dnre to disregard her card and responded instantly to her implied command armed with his old wcret and a virtuous indig nation lie had almost forgotten her A year before when she hall sum ciently recovered from her illness to permit it be had sent her north de ceived by sacretl plttlgeX to a new hidingplace The immediate opening of hostilities had seemed to fix the separation It had never occurred to him that she would make an effort to cross the lines The new meeting between Louise and Holbin was marked by a great display of passion on his part she was calm and collected a suggestion of reckless ness however in her eyes and every movement her face relentless api white with despair of an abandoned life Ior the first time Holbin failed to move her to anger or to tears came said she when his rage had spent itself and in answer to his dc pairing ofTen of money if he would rdepartsistance that is your money for I do not I am now well supplied She could not have touched him in a more delicate spot A swift jealousy a curi OUR indignation filled him Whose money he asked breath slycoHe is very rich am give with a lib ernl hand when the woman is smart is able is fearless and willing to risk her life at his bidding It was not the eecli but the cautious glance which involuntarily she gave to her surround ings that awoke a suspicion in his breast Louise you are a Hush I am a mother robbed of enoughfortiling even mvtdernsyou know Ray mo ndwher is tny daughter He looked at her uneasily and the white feath appeared in spite of his efforts to iaSheI asked you where and you have not an iuTherelv sai tiodna upnthiold confidential halfappealing way Louise Isin ruined a dis tbinlthatHi re premMy downfall began when I was un ha r nenrhalt tuillbosom heaved once or twice and a facebeno chance on earth except a chance countrILollitwith me into the old sweet life I will be true to you I will right all your wrongsand I will bea lather indeed to your child Let us go Louise out of this wild heartless w fotleEnglishers back to the old life He took r hand and this time she did not thdraw itcltVMyaudibly her face lowered and her bosom rising and falling rapidly That will be all rightallrih t swear to you she is well and hns not forgotten you She never fails liayherthe wretched woman My baby ily baby She sank sprangtosaid frantically beginning to walk the floor IanllotI cannot believe u JouTouisenonederly and would not if I could now This uniform these shoulder straps mean nothing in my case but disgrace Iam a stayathome The dullards of my class at West Point are brigadier generals in the field j I am a uniformed clerk The woman1 Louise could not conclude her question She will not assent he said sav agely and then quickly lest a natural inference should array her against him again I have purposely made myself so obnoxious to her that e would rather be a pauper than share a fortune with me She has yet time to decide for she is not 21 but I know her decision in ad vancend then 1 Then life with you Louise hilds arTc happiness provided for Iido not count upon that fortune the sl se ptthis state Louise came close to him and laid her hand iiItc aid sadly all might yet be well for I have a cayfWhat S t catedsentence in his ear He lifted his f q uicklyhOur own priceSOur own And revenge Raymond revenge for you priceatwhat a revenge The assassin stabs is foe and is infamous the man who slays his countrys foe is a hero Louise you have made me happy and you little know how chance has Iaaored you I am connected with war department I have friends mylactsYou were planning then tadsI did not know what and I was determined to be w aasera reaped the benefit But now comes the greatest difficulty and that re minds me How did you get here through the lines Inblchonly thing we could not sell I was t warned that it would soon be within the southern lines and was sent thereto wait Jacksons army passed over It and I came on to Bichmond and tieSHvered my messages Holbin was tltonnded Who do you know here She shook her head Not a human being beside yourself I placed my papers in a certain receptacle to which I had been directed If there is an an wer I shall find it in the same place at an appointed time Holbin walked the floor in great excitement Iknow buth the place and the time Jr he saUl r took your ilesisges but thi re refer would hate ben any an swer except for this meting I alone des can Diiredthrough the usual channel It is the chance of mj life have facts that no other human being could have accumu lated facts of vital importance My nod Louise A million dollars is h small price Jive them to me she nil I will deliver them upon one condition One condition Name it The price shall be pair to mp Hoi ida VIixmental argument it is too liiigerino a mission for any ivoman Capturta wi hedythen I shall find a way to gel thr oughUlisv beearan tirdhOh Raymond promises jiroiiiiseslii It would be inhuman to nc swwYou will control the future if yon deliver my information and collect tin pr iiuti thderstandwas conclusiveTogo I shall l liIntfrom the influence of his personality l r an to feel her liusthu reltir ccientr isrlynil dover what recourse would h ha tenvehe elurcatnsideredconvinced that he intended nothing tmo eorecerned The which had sustained IK avirand she felt herself full of fight Ex perience had given her better control of her nerves her life when awn from Holbin carried n more ninsculin note most women who go to school id Washington acquire it She had come to Richmond with the full intention ol seeing Mrs Brookin forcing a settle ment of her claims upon UaJmond securing her child Of success a aiiir the latter she felt assured the othei was doubtful In the hour after lie st interview with Raymond it her as an inspiration that she now had a weapon in her hand that would at down any guard pierce any ar for he had admitted his connec n with the enemy and had a gigantic terprise afoot She had hut to insist on a settlement in advance and tc reaten lint the pressure upon Hay mond should conic from his mother She therefore determined to carry out her original intention call on that lady and have a plain talk Her sur ice was complete when at the mo ent that decision was reached the card of Mrs Brookin was brought to r room complete because not only the visit of this lady a most as ttehiing thing but upon that card a sign for which she was instructed to look in every instancetwo per oils following the name The meaning of the two periods was that the visitoi had a message to be sent by word of mouth only and that she might b i trusted By what means the visitor knew ol her Louise was not informed but she had been given a name and directed tc register under it andshe readil j guessed She at once said after th rmal greetings were over in periodose and made a statement carefull orded of considerable length ani this Louise was required to repeat oct it and over until its main were fixed in mind It related to a cabinet meeting of the day before Mrs Hrookin then offered a few comment 1coupon the weather and the unfortunate w de sytainedh ermdepartmentindiscretion has endangered you and our whole system Lower speak lower for Godi si trliew h apashis and your secretsdMrs Hrookin was almost unable tc g a tilassWhere is she this Louise a mew asked thenthshe stands before you Louise had then and there a part Diuh difsudden panic But only a few moment t tihepresence of mind Trf Be Continuedju I inNhe Careful Young Man Objected t atPaying the Second Timebfor the flannukThe late Prof Shuttleworth ofaLondon was particularly fond of telling how when he once acted as 0 cum tenens in Devonshire he had te proclaim the banns of marriage of s oung yokel and a village maidil liortnightat the professors lodgings re Fceup me e I remember replied Mt Shnttleworth Well inquired the yokel hal it got to go on What do you mean askd Ilitap lrofessorNo was the unexpected answer but I like her sister betterIOh if tne original girl doesnt mind you can marry her sister But should I have to be calledI gain Certainly thats necessary answered Mr Shuttleworth But should I have to pay again Yes it would cost you three ant ixpence- el yokfterreIas it is and he did sAidingbroughthisAn ooldeyes at the pile of bones andgristlrI toihichas joints and steaks but vrai e stitlyhesitated to pay threepence for caleful of selected bits Ere hav em at tuppence growled the butcheru bAveStill the woman hesitated aTherefrith disgust on his face as he murImuted pathetically jturnLondon nswerI e GLIMPSES OF GOD ourse of Dr on the AlmDivine He Itnlneii IliaIt Expectations of Dar When That Now flat Hlnily Seen Will He Fully Itrvrnlrd amCopyrightIn this discourse Dr Talmage raises high expectations of the ilaleil that which is now only poii14 Lo these of Iii iteusofardthusl Iie least understood being iu th lverse is tiernovJtianhieroarettiiigjorrulesgestinn When we speak of Him it is NoeHiAhTower wWatersjsWhenassembled in Westminster abbey fur rivigions j0isntcringapestpe ned to be Iler George Gillespie He nseuiied to undertake it on the condition that they would first unite t Ii him in prayer for Divine direc io theuing 0 God Thou art a spirit in finite eternal and unchangeable in Thy being wisdom power holiness justice goodness and truth That first sentence of Gillcspies prayer was unanimously adopted by the as penibly as the best definition of God But alter all it was onln partial success and after everything that language Ian do when put to the most strain and all we can see of ho nlof ciiii thin natural world and realize of God in the providential world we Ire forced to eryc nut with Job in my text Lo these are parts of His ways But how little a portion is heard of Him But the thunder of His power who can understand Archbishop Tillotsou and Dr Dick and Timothy Dwight and Jonathan Edwards of the past and the might test theologians of this young een tury have discoursed upon the power of God the attribute omnipotence And we have all seen demonstrations of Gods almightincss It might have been far out at sea when iu equinoctial pale God showed what are mighthaestorm in the mountains when Ge ciun showed what He could do with tliICal lightnings It might have been in So Muthvl wiintquakes It might have been uunuoui igte the Alps when God showed what Icercould do with the avalanches Our check was blanched our breath stopped our pulses fluttered our whole being was terrorized but 0ICna had seen OIII an instance of Divine st strengthtl canttorm9w holds all the oceans What was the power that shook the lull Iserco with the that swin th alear beidtiallll incomplete shape for hun dr anedsis ththatwith the th throughstcnu and Galaxiesauightiestu ofponomnipotence is We tr to ourselves sa eryinglontripetaloml to each other Hut what is jjdoinguniverse it is Gods direct and co anenuotus power that controls and liar onizes and sustains That ou eronone instant would make e planetary system nndall the worlds which astronomy reveals oirueth Casinantled tiinuuustOnedoulyberea or a Stromboli or sasto sepulcher but for the most part c itagesunable to break the chain anursteep the component parts of the ir in a tiroundbreathe in h faeatsversal demolition thaysttle thing Ceylon and Borneo and Hawaiias though they were pebhlesIower to the lucalesTenerife and the Cordilleras To move II rock we must have leeranil screw anil great machinery hilt IIUIIIIIIBbutnd power to destroy them as from id observatories again and again hey have been seen red with flame then pale with ashes and then sc itottered What Is that to us asksI chOUICWith hun on our side the reconciled God the sympathetic God the omInipotent God we def all hu m thann hen we are shut in by obstacles wet can say as did one of Frobishers in enst when the sailor was describing how heir ship was surrounded by icebergs in the Arctic sea The ice wast but God wris stronger thanthe ice and whatever opposition we m 1ayAll right with God we way have the courage of the gen ral dying 011 the battlefield He asked to be turned and when they aid Which way shall we turnyou 7 e said Turn niy face toward the enemy What challenge that was uttered by the old missionary hero If God be for us who can be against onlybeing t o do as H pleases All human and ellc forces have environments here are things they cannot do heights they cannot scale depths hey cannot fathom Whatever their and velocities they are serv nts of omnipotence which has no limitation no hindcrment and no a rj j Insurmountable obstacle Mnrtln Luther asked a Saxon peasant to recite the creed and the peasant be gan I believe in God the Father ighty Stop said Luther huflt is Almighty Irio not know replied the peasant Then Luther said You are right my dear fellow Neither I nor all the learned men can tell what is Omnipotence Human power however great tires must rest hilt omnipotence never aries and a quadrillion of years from now will be as fresh as at this mente sonic little idea of time divine wer wheu we see how it buries the proudest cities a nil nations Ancient ullhilS it has ground up until many its ruins are no larger than your mb nail and you can hardly find a souvenir large enough to remind you of your visit The citof Tyre is un the sea which washes the shore on which are only a few crumbling pillars left Sodom and Gomorrah covered by waters so t not a fish can live in them Baby arid Nineveh are so blotted out stenec that not one uninjured sha of their ancient splendor remains thing hut Omnipotence could hau enlput them down and put them under tTim antediluvian world was able to IIII to the postdiluvian worM only one ship with a very small passenger Omnipotence first rolled the sea to Pregnuriguulpotentuneing upon their prey and nipotent command slinking bat joyhthodad oration is intensified but after illanwe find ourselves at the foot of a mountain we cannot climb hovering over a depth we cannot fathom tutwe rim of a circumference we dana litsacompass amid we feel like first gnu ig do ing atlintho Lo these are parts of Ills ways lii Utvlo Hi lietea n unnierstauuniitS sys othtemsIuhs about the wisdom of God rhiu mkwo a wisdom which can know thin end from the beginning that knows tilieifthirtieth century as well as the fir atthcentury We can guess what will hap pen but it is only a guess Think ofita all grtuecan sea ealecould contrive a universe Think of a wisdom that can learn nothing tie Ithi all a betheof all time to come as plainly hefo reca it as though they hind already trans piredl He could have built all the material universe into one world and swung Ita glorious mass through ii mniiInl vk cching afles astyenlththfnicovering in the plan of God not o ieevimperfection What but Divine wisdom could have planned a human ccsva il before it started built for ita world like this pouring waters oIllake human thirst and giving soils allllliftjingeni with such slll1li lu engl the scientists of the ages have or Inagun to unroll them Wisdom in ma alltIat was able to form without su rnggestione eye the ear the hand the to atu tialeui liksithodframe Our libraries are filled with the wisdom of the beshaeped the brain for all those thoughts the Infinite Mind that built the usem intellects But it is only the mil uth part of that wisdom that has to mortal appreciation Close icrxtth hoatly one specimen among 10000 specimens A tradition afent hidden in a cave because of the Ttimeit thstassj anarthe star disappeared and Abraham id No that cannot be my God fter awhile the moon rose nnd Abraham said This is my God but set and Abraham was again disap ointed After awhile tIme sun toscw afodAbraham was saddened Not iii ituire A ofbraham iielieat the theologians know of Goils jthehension The human race never has nd and never will have enough brain or heart to measure the wisdom of God I can think of only two authors who have expressed the exact facts The SJthewisdom and knowledge of God how unsearchable are His judgments and His ways past finding out I heaher author was the scientist who Qiitapter says much about the elm idscl and describes the tremor of the earth finder the reverberations Witty writers sometimes depreciate the 7 under and say it is the lightning at strikes but I am sure God thinks eli of the thunder or He would riotth make so much of it and all up and down the Bible He uses the thunder give emphasis It was the thunder at shook Sinai when the law was given It was with thunder that theer o discomfited the Philistines at Ebenezer Job pictures the warhorse as having a neck clothed with thunder St John in an apocalyptic vision again and again heard the thunder The thunder which is now quite well explained by the electricians was the overpowering mystery of the ancients and standing among is those mysteries Job exclaimed Lo hese arc parts of Ills ways But hiBut little a portion is heard of Hitn the thunder of Ills power who can understand So also all systems of theology try to tell us what is omnipresenctry that is Gods where at the same time Where is God said a heathen philosopher to Christian nan The Christian an It swe red Let me first ask you where He is not The child had it right when naked how many Gods are there and he answered One How do you know that he was asked again lie answered There is only room for one for He fills earth anti Heav en An author says that if n maui were set in the highest heavens he would not be any nearer the essence of Goil than if he were in the center of the earth I believe it If this Divine essence does not reach all places what use in our prayer for prayers lire being offered to God on the other side of the earth as well as here and God must be there and hereto take supplications which are offered thousands of miles apart Ubiquity No one has it limit God Anil what an alarm to wickedness an everywhere present Lord and what a rccnforcement when we need help God on the throne and God with the kneeling child saying its evening yer at his mothers lap God mlabo ve you God beneath you God on the right of you God on the left of ifyou God within you No pantheism for that teaches that all things are God hut Jehovah possesses all things our souls possess our bodies God at the diameter and circumference of everything as close to you as the food you put to your lips as the coal you put upon your back as the sun JJR mahtciation of that if through Jesus the atoning Saviour we are ht with God ought to give us a itcou niglnitkglo omy No for God is the God o and will augment our happiness in full possession of us is a ught out of which you ought to ke anthems and entwine garlands d kindle illuminations We ave all been painfully rc nmi nnlnil in our own experiences that cannot be in two places at the me time aunt vet here comes the thought that jOlican be in all places the same titan Mailler the as ronomer went on with his ex rations until he concluded Via t star Alcyone one of the Pleiades the center of the universe am was a fixed world and all the er worlds revolved around that rtnl and some think that that rld is Heaven and Gods throne is there ann there reside the nations the Iciest limit He is no more there an He is here Indeed Alc one has been found to be in motion and also is revolving around some eat center Hut no place has yet en found where loci is not pres t by sustaining power Omnipres en ce Who fully appreciates it Not I Not you Sometimes we hear m in a whisper Sometimes we ar Him in the voice of the storm at jars the Adirondacks But we nnot swim across this ocean The finite cannot measure the infinite We feel as Job did after finding God jn the gold mines and the silver ncs of Asia saying There is a itt for the silver and a place for e gold where they find itndter exploring the heavens as an and finding God in dill nt worlds and becdnlng acquain t with Orion and Mazzaroth and ctturula and noticing the tides of e sea the inspired poet expresses thinlencessays Lo these are parts of His ys nut how little a portion is heard of Him Hut the thunder of inSoattempted to describe and define the Divine attribute of love Easy ough is it to define fatherly love intcountry but the love of God defies vocabulary For many hundreds years poets have tried to sing It ludand martyrs in the fire and Chri Sans on their isllede but no one has yet fully toll hOnlythis world but what an hour it will when we first see Him and we will ve no more fright than I feel when I now see you It will not be with ortal eye that we will behold Him t with the vision of a cleansed forgiven and perfected spirit Of all the quintillion ages of eternity to us the most thrilling hour will be the first T bhishave all seen and may not have un derstood Have you not noticed that ter death the old Christian looks young again or the features resume Theere is something strikingly restful d placid there is a pleased look where before there was a disturbed changeI yhaton the countenance I think that is hat gave that old Christian face ter death the radiant and a ontached the harbor the hard battle life is ended in victory The body inganand the glories of Jehovahs presence rushed upon thus soul The parting spirit left on the old mans ce a glad goodby and mat firstI look gave the pleased curve to the dying lips and smoothed out the wrinkles and touched all the lineaments with an indescribable radiance Last summer we journeyed thouInds of miles to see the midnight sun om North Cape Norway We stood on deck in the arctic seas our watches in fourt night limit light as an ordinary noonday Then it was half past 11 clock at night then it was 15 min tes of 12 but a long wide thick oud hung over the sun Are we to be disappointed as thousands have been and the journey here a failure hi fiddenthe cloud lifted and the midnight sun e most wondrous spectacle of iitthe earth appeared pouring forth a refulgence that turned the arctic sea into 20 miles of pearls and rubles and diamonds and emeralds and overpow ing us with a glory that left us with body all atremble and a mind full of t all ecstasy and a soul full of all wor ship Thank God we saw itthe mldcnight sun So with that departing Christian soul the voyage of life has been long and rough and tempest uous chilling sorrows have again and again snowed down upon him and it an arctic sea Many clouds have filled the sky It is approaching IS oclock and the close of lifes day Friends stand around and count the parting moments The clock strikes 12 and God breaks through the Won datand shines upon the features of tbt departing saint until they are tear figured with the glories of the Sun ot Righteousness That is what has so achanged the features of the old man Is them shining of the Midnight Sun ci B URNTTOTHEQROUNE Mineral Springs Hotel at West Baden Ind in Ashes ria er Vere evrNi Narrow Eaeape Fun Deathhnttre los an Dividing and Penonal Ef feet il Re 3OOOOO W sibest268 persons who were in the Miners Springs hotel fire here it is now be ievcd that every one escaped with his life D touringa was sent out that man live firspro scvedThe loss on the hotel building is estimated at 330000 with insurance ag 110000 In addition to thi trsand wil InllitThegr tioundunder two rows of sleeping rooms Lall of which were occupied The fire was discovered the watch panthe see riingtic rushed to the office notifying the ht clerk and together they ran through the halls kicking fop laTowas but a few moments after the discovery of time tire that the electric cir str kickenrooms for wearing apparel anti other personal property T C Hawkins a business man of Marion Ind was one of the first to leave the building He was awakened by the cry of fire and had time to dress himself Ills business partner escaped half dressed through a win dow Amy Leslie the theatrical critic iiof the Chicago sews who has been at the lintel with her niece for the pa st two weeks with nothit bu retMiss Sinclair daughter of one of the proprietors of the hotel had a very narrow escape losing all her wearing apparel diamonds and ot Let personal property Mrs Harris oi Milwaukee lost everything Miss Blanche Mali daughter of a Chicago theatrical manager lost a valuable wardrobe and jewelry Mr and MpDavis who were married in in nati two weeks ago were spending their honeymoon at the hotel They escaped with a very meager ward ro beobuilding was provided with fire escapes arid on the front of the building extending from the ground to the roof was an escape built in a spiral fashion It was through this thnt many of the guests got out During the rush for safety four la dies became wedged in this spiral escape but were rescued Col Wing of Cincinnati who is a member of Gov Xashs staff and also police commissioner of Cincin nati occupied a room directly over e kitchen He lund a very narrow cape saving nothing hut his night shirt on lila buick Col Howard gen eral agent of a life insurance com pany of New York barely escaped his night clothing M M Veil ergthe firm of Weiler t Bro who are in business at Hartford City In tdowas one of those escaped with hemgreater part ot his wardrobe but the excitement he lost a valuable aruuond studcSuperintendent Clark of the El wood plate glass works and wife were among the guests After gather g a few personal effects together r Clark in the excitement grabbed woman supposing her to be his ife and carried her screaming from building On reaching the lawn in front of the hotel he discovered is mistake and ran back into the building and in a few min utes appeared with his wife It is estimated that diamonds tn the value of 50000 and from WOOG to 6000 in cash were lost in the flames The massive fireproof safe in the office contained 10000 in cash which the guests hail deposited for safekeeping Tire safe is in the cel therdebris and it Will not be nown for several days whether theovaluables contained therein are safe AN ELECTRICAL STORM hree Penonn Killed Br LlchtalB In Mlrhlitoit uneh Damage Wa S Done to the Crops Detroit Mich June 15A special p f trogressstorm which passed over Allegan county the barn of Sullivan Case near Scott lake was struck by light ninpr and burned The charred remains f Case were found in the ruins John Yerger and his son James of Mill grove were killed by lightning hav ing sought refuge from the storm iita barn Much damage to crops vat d oneSKoraker Btwthrr a Mankml Washington June 1The presi dent appointed Creighton M Focal to be United States marshal for New Mexico The appointee in a brother of Senator Koraker He has resided in Nest Mexico for sonic time and ac quired a residence there An Aged Inventor Suicide New York June 15 William itt ord an aged German of Williams burg realizing that his 30 years search after perpetual motion waa fruitless sent a bullet into his brain and was found dead in his workshop Boiler Makers Strike Settled Springfield III June 13The strike of the boiler makers at the Spring eld holler and manufacturing plant a nd Drakes holler works has been settled The strikers are to return o work Monday morning at an in crease of 8 per cent in wages Exptnulon la m Cartridge Factory 1aris June 15 Fifteen persons byheat Lea MoIineauA near Paris Most f thoue injured are women Many are still missing Stabbed Br Iler Husband Vallisca la June 15Mrs Ida M Thiele was stabbed three times by her husband with whom she had not lived for years The stabbing fol owed a meeting on the street Mrs Thiele will die The mart was ar rested and taken to Bed Oak to avoid he threatened lynching Theater Burned Lynn Mass June 15The Empire theater was destroyed by fire causing loss on the building of 50000 fully insured and losses to occupants amounting to 10000 partly insured DOLLARS III ODD SHAPES i oteus Tkronch Which the SllTOT I Pat Before II Became IaLUnder the law a silver dollar may be a grain and a half overweight andV this limit of tolerance applies to alt of our silver coins In other words they are not allowed to varymore than that much from standard In the ease of gold pieces the limit is half a grain either way up to the eagle a variation of as much as one grain being petunia le in the 10 and 20 pieces says the Saturday Evening Iost Whenever a fresh batch of dollars i a turned out at the mint samples ars forwarded to the treasury at Washing ri where they are put through a very curious process Each dollar Is st weighed on exquisitely delicate ales to make sure that it is heavy enough and yet not too heavy Then it passes between two steel rollers again and again until it is flattened out and- ansformed into a thin strip of al- lta ve sort of ribbon a footand a halt length Then it is put beneath a tle machine provided with several sm all punches by which hundreds of ny disks are punched out of the m etal strip Now the object of this performance is to obtain samples of metal from all rts of the dollar inasmuch as it is co nceivable that tine portion might be cher in silver than another The tle disks are shuffled together anti a few of them taken at random from the lot are subjected to an assay Thus the fineness of the material of the dol r is ascertained with absolute acVcuracy and the weight having been already determined the value and cor rectness of that cola are perfectly nown The sample pieceshavlngbeen found correct it is inferred that the satin batch of dollars Is all right i TRAMPS ESCAPE Most Remarkable Thiug That Has Occurred la an Emflmerrm Twe tr Years Experience 4 John Smith a wellknown Illinois Central passenger engineer relates a- markable story about a man whom e found asleep on the ties of a rail road track a few nights ago Mr Smith was bringing into Chi cago the Fish special occupied by Pres ident Stuyvesant Fish and other offi cials of theroadreturningfromagen eral inspection of the line when about a mile north of Ashkum he saw dim outlined some unknown object ap- arently sitting on the rails The engineer supposed it was a man andmat once applied the emergency brake says the Chicago Tribune The engine had nearly passed theIwhen it stopped Descending from the cab Mr Smith found a man soundly sleeping He was sitting with his back to the rails and so close jto them that his head would have truck the oil caps of the engine had he arisen The noise made by the approaching locomotive had not a wakened tbe man and he was not aware of his danger until the engineer grasped his shout der and roughly shook him Let me alone Taint time to gel u 4Hadh 14avet thinghatineers 25 years expeienceV Engineer Smith the next night ran ver and killed an unno- an at Chebanse the second station from Ashkum The colored man ac cidentally stepped in front of the lo ornot ire Seven DcMomilMtlomB a WeddtugVThe college roommate of a friend of mine was engaged to a lady in New York writes Rev D M Steele in his article on Some People I Have Mar ried in Ladies Homo Journal His people are Congregationalists but while at Yale he became a Unitarian Her parents are Roman Catholics but she was a member of the Ethical Culture society at Carnegie hall In compliance with her mothers wish he asked five different priests to mar ry them but all refused Jn despair he came for me I married them an Episcopalian with the ritual service In a Presbyterian chapel The Roman Catholic brother of the bride and the Congregational sitter of the groom were present This sister acted as ne witness the other witness was Jewess Cfceataat GrawlasT IB France- In no part of the world does the business of growing chestnuts re ceive so much attention and involve the outlay of so much capital as InVFrance These delicious and popular nuts are shipped from France to all other countries the United States re ceiving a goodly share Til United KlasdoBi IB ConnetteV A drapery store in a ConnecticutVtown is saul to be run by three men named England Ireland and Scot land They met for the first time In America Scotland married Eng lands sister and Ireland ij engaged o another sister The son of thuVfirst union is called Ireland England ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine VCarterLittle Liver PfflV Must lest Signature f Fr5iIl Wrsp Bdsw 1 I FWMUWSKSS FHTW1IUII J FM CMSTIPAT1N FHULLIWSKII miuiccsuaw 1 iVCURE lICK HEADACHE I t M Kt H F 1 STATE NEWS PICKUPS I i MM M4 I I KENTUCKY COAL MINES ifrtr CIt= Are Endenvor Seeare Control of Them 10000000 Combination I Ixjuisville Ky June 15 Eastern ItalitaUlitH are trying to secure eon trol of every important coal mine 1 In Kentucky in order to form a flO j 000000 combination 1 On next Tuesday meeting will he prelhnlnllrytIt will be the idea of the combinn 1 lion to increase the output of coal j In Kentucky and bring it lmore di recj competition with coal mines in olhVr state It has already iecurNIo options on several thousand acrex Iofland in KaMern Kentucky which contain irgin coal beds This land will be developed Some of the larger mines now in operation will be op crated to their fullest capacity and ninny of the smaller ones will be closed The men financiering the scheme are understood to have lie 1cured options on a number of large mines in the eastern part of the state coini3 ized at 2000000 and the mines in Iiuhtcrn Kentucky will be purchased capital stock will be In i creafce3 to 10000000 and other mines I purchased There seems to be no c J that the company will be or 1 t jjanized and will be able to secure as I needsIGRAND RIVERS ThP Whale iowa sold By a Unit i f1arFor Two Ilnadred Thoa and Dollar 4 Ixmibrillf Ky June HA deal whereby practically the entire town of rand Riven Ky changed hands wax consummated Thursday Grand llivcra is situated in Lyon county be tween the Tennessee and Cumberland rivers It was built several years I ngo in hopes of thriving on the iron 3I industry Two furnaces were eon structed at n coit of 730000 and an partlybuiltf expenditure of about 2000000 The b property with several thousand acres of lund was sold to John W JIarrion anti Kdward Simon of St 200000 by Lawrence Blood of Boston a v i DISASTROUS STORM v C K eh Da nare Wa Wroajtht to The Cropa la the Vicinity of Hop T4 iklvIUe Ky i HopkinsviUe K3 June HOne of tbmost disastrous rain nnd wind torros of the year passed over this c greatDamage haUripent11Wain corn was beaten Into the ground 4Terry Sheltons stable xvas struck by lightning and lid on lire A new barn belonging to Thomas Carter was blown down and bunted and much fine timber torn up by the Al intWIifia Miss laVCayce cashier was knocked senseless and Tom Torlan a clerk stunned by lightning IMPORTANT DECISION TIlt Denhle LlnMllty at Stockhold tiu tm Tnheld By the Kentnefcr Conrt ef Appeal Frankfort Ky June 1Iln STJS 4 taming the legality of the law im J posing double liability on stockholders math corporations the court of ap peals Friday in the case of the Ger manAmerican Title Co vs Levy llh IU5semblJIntin this state upon the same footing and to force all exiting corporations to surrender as far as possible ape cial or exclusive rights held by them by the acceptance of the new con stitution I Elliott P Smith ChMiea- Uichmondp f Ky June 1ElIiot t dkp Poe Smith son of Dr A Wilkes Smith of this city has been selected to rep I rcAeht Central unlversit3 in the inter k eoUegiateehalltauqua contest which iiIbe held in Lexington July 4 c Eo W0d A5PpSIOtd Richmond Ky June i5Mr C E t Woods of ibis city has been selected by Coy Jkocll1alu a delegate to rep resent the state of Kentucky at the Good Hands convention to be held mt LOuisville June 27 and 28 Straaarle4 to Death Hartford Ky June 14Guy Roark on of Thomas Roark of MeHenry 4 Ky while being operated on l y a I I surgeon for necrosis of the bone was L wired with a fit of vomiting and tstrangled to death ltaved By the atosaaeh Pep ei Covington Ky June 17 Thomas C roe aged 28 became weary of life Sunday and resolved to end his ex ibicnce by the morphine route After4 1Z swallowing the deadly drug Corde reI penled and called for help Dr Schmidt responded with stomach p pump and eooa had Corde safe XetkoAlit Confereaee- Hoagenvflie Ky June 17The p Louisville conference instituteof the t Methodist church will convene at this I5q 4 place Wednesday June 19 and will t 4 t4icontinue in session eight days t AlallaC rs lolL Krankfori Ky June 14MIss Amy i Lyons of Xichofosville has with 4 0 7F drawn from the race toe nrollil clerk of the senate in order that Mrs John Bell widow of Senator John d Hell of Union county may have no opposition Miss Lyons will jnake the tAJ racVfor enrolling clerk of the bouse a r i if Serly lajaired C4 t SpringviHe Kyn June 17Yrs Wil liam I rooKs two children Fannie c find Willie aged 8 and 6 were proba i44 4 bly fatally injured by a bedstead fat Ing on luem 1d Per Oil Well OWensboro Ky June 17A tock i company is being formed for driving i fy oil in McLean county Marx Gnmberf and Charles P Adler of rx jzC Kvunsyille representing an eastern syndicate have been at Calhoun this 1 week securing leases from farmers Az 7APIIrDeath Owensboro Xy June HAfter n t sucerssf operation for nencrosis the 10yearold ton of Thomas Roark ofr McHeBry cHoked while recovering r y from the effects of chloroforKi vad t1iiirdcad l g tr es tTif a 4 Jie b a I HE EXPIRED SUDDENLY Frank Eo Knrl flied While Kyi no In lied Talking o hUe AVIfe of Ilia Heart Ailment Lexington Ky June liWhtle h ing in Iwd discussing with his with e condition of his heart which hal been paining him for the past two months Frank K Karl expired Sun day morning Mr Earl wns tit years of age anti was born in Windom n At an early age he went to Cincin nail where he was prominent in wholesale grocery circle Five years ngo in connection with Harry lan don of Cincinnati anti Leslie Creasy f Covington he established the lllne OruKx irocery Co in Central Ken tucky and came to Lexington to ninafage the buiiness ills funeral Wednesday afternoon ntul the in terment will be in exington cemeltery Mrs Thomas Stevenson langer Mrs William Wood of Char lottcsville Vn and Miss Virginia Earl of this city arc the daughters of the deceased AN INJUNCTION SUIT A Cne That I of Much Interest to Cool Me II nnd Operator In Kentucky Frankfort Ky June t7The in junction suit of the St Iternnnl Coat Co vs Pittsburgh Coal Co from Hop kins county was argued before ins tice Burnum of the court of appeals on n motion to reinstate the injunc tion which sought to prevent the Pittsburgh Coal Co from collecting money front nonunion miners for the support ot the union miners A tem porary restraining order was granted by the circuit clerk of Hopkins coun ty and Judge Nunn dissolved this but in order that the uestion might be taken to the courtbfmippeals he stated that be would grant the in junction sought and dissolve it in the same order One of the questions argued wan as to whether there was an injunction under the facts as stated and can the higher court take cognizanceof it THE POWERS CASE HI Attorney Filed a Petition For Modification of Derlnlon Ito vernlnir the First Trial Frankfort Ky June liThe at torneys for Caleb Powers Friday morning filed before the court of appeals their petition for a modifica tion of the opinion handed down some time ago reversing the ease The main point presented to the court on which they ask it to reverse itself is as to the competency of the testimony of a coconspirator They again assert that such testimony is incompetent They urge that the lit tie colloquy between Attorney Brown and Circuit Judge Cantrill in the presence of the jurywas a prejudical move to their client They make many objections to questions asked wit nefcWK for the prosecution and to the ruling out of answers of witnesses for the defense They close their pe tition with t n appeal for justice DISTRESSING ACCIDENT A Lad In Trouble While ButhlniCr Pulled Two Brothers With Him Down to Death Henderson Ky June i3Aella treedng accident occurred at a pond near this city Wednesday afternoon in which three bright boys aged 10 13 end 15 the only children of C A McAhan a grocer were drowned The lads were bathing when one call ed for help The other two going to his assistance were seized by the drowning boy and all went down to gether The bodies were recovered The parents are in a pitiable condition with their grief Henderson Ky June 14The fu neral of Hugh Chester and Milton the sons of Charles McAhan who were drowned Wednesday took place Thursday There were three hearses in the procession State Auditor Statement Frankfort Ky June i4Themonthly statement of the state nude itor showing the condition of the states finances issued Thursday for May shows Balance in sinking fund 74829617 deficit in school fund 1712088 deficit in general expenditure fund 47717560 leaving net bal mince in treasury May 31 of 253 90960 Kwkln Ontlaws Captnred Middlesboro Ky June 15 George Cook a kiiklux loader together with Creed Sol and Mart Potter all of whom are charged with complicity in the murder of Mrs Jemina Hall in Letcher county were arrested on the BellLetcher line by Letcher coun theVhitQnarreled Over a Debt Lexington Ky June liAfter a quarrel over a debt on the street Sam Forsyth Sunday shot live times at Harry Patterson Two bullets made wounds and two others went through Pattersons coat Doth men are well knwn horsemen To 8are Mllardii Sight Lexington Ky June 17An effort is bring made by Dr Norton of this city to save the eyesight of Albert Lilian son of Warden Eph Lilian of the Frankfort penitentiary The boy is in St Josephs hospital Qnarreled After Church HopkinsviUe Ky June 15 Bayless and Ernst Snodgruss when returning from a religious revival became in volved In a quarrel during which Bayless stabbed Snod grans in the side inflicting a serious if not fatal wound Case Compromised Louisville Ky June 15The case of the depositors of the defunct Louisville Deposit bank against the Oer man national bank ins been compromised for 10000 cash The amount sued for was 200000 Denies the Report Lexington Ky Tune HHal P Headley owner of the Beaumont stud the home of Julius FleiscH niiuns Halma denies the report that the eon of Hanover has been sold though he says negotiations with Jeun De Beszkess agent arc in progress Barton Sentence Stand Frankfort Ky June 14The court of appeals Thursday attlrmed thij 21year sentence given James Burton by the Morgan county circuit court for the murder of McKee Brown s i JJ t 5 1 FERRY BOAT SUNK The Xnrlhdld Loaded With People llninnird liv the Mnurh hnk nt New York Xew York June 1ilhr wooden si Uvhrcler Xorthliold which has b cn IK tht service of the Staten I IIulamuiyears was rammed by the steel hulled propeller Maiieh Chunk used as a ferry bunt by the Central rail road of Nexv Jersey The collision occurred just oil the Staten Islam ferry slip lit the foot of Whitehall street ami in less than 20 minutes afterwards the Xorthtield which had a crowd of passengers estimated at from MX to 1210 sank at till outer end of the Spanish tine pier in the Knst river The Mood Chunk which was badly dnmaged landed two dozen passengers who were aboard of her Over a hundred of the passengers of the sunken Xorthfield were dragged out of the water by people along hore and the crews of tin fleet oftriver tugs which promptly respondedi o the ferry Ixiiits call help ew of the Xorthfields passengers wcrr hurt in the accident and the police believe that some lives iverei ostoCapt Daniel Gullyo the tugboat Mud utaliviun saw the ferry boats crash together says that immediately after the collision between 25 and 30 of the passengers leaped into huei water and that ninny of those perishm ed Capt Gully also declares that he is sure over 100 of the Xorthliclds pascngers were drowned The captains of other tug boats who were early on the scene however are in dined to think that the disaster was not as serious in regard to loss of life Thus fur no dead bodies hove beet recovered While the Xorthfielil was wen sup plied with life prscrvers whch were stoxveYI In an out of the way place not more than two dozen of the en dan trtd passengers were able to get the life belts on Capt Abraham Johnson of the Xorthlield was arrested about mid night on n charge of criminal neg ligence He is hell without bail and was arraigntel8aturcla ON THE SAME GALLOWS Five Colored Men Convicted of Mnr dr IIandat Sylvanla Ga- o Attempted Henrnc Sylvania Ga June ISThe hang injr of five men upon the same gallows at the same moment marked the end of what is thought to have been an organized gang of murderers here The men executed were Arnold Augustus Andrew Davis Richard Sanders Wm Hudson and Sam Bald win nil Negroes The victims of their crime yore Constable Mears nnd Kill moro Harrington whom they am CaptWaclrolime execution was strongly guard fd by the local military on a rumor that an effort would be made by Xegroes to effect the rescue of the condemned but there was no disturbance nor the suggestion of any The hanging was in private the stockade being surrounded by a strong coidon of troops FIVE ENGLISH CITIES The Population of Liverpool Man rhrilrr nirinlnnhnm iced and Slicnirlil Made Known London June lt preliminary census volume just issued gives the population of the five largest cities of England exclusive of London as follows Liverpool GS4017 Manchester 513 96U Birmingham 522182 Leeds 423 35S Sheffield 380717 The total number of males in En gland and Wales is 15721728 of fe males 16804347 men serving abroad in the army navy and merchant ma mine being excluded THE ELECTORAL LAW It In Probnblo That the Australian Srstcnt Will Bp Adopted by the Cuban Convention Havana June 15Senors Brava 7nyalhaetutional convention a committee to draw up the electoral law It is probable that the Australian system will be adopted The commission are studying the Xew York law as a basis Mlnlitrr Bankrupt XashvUlc Tenn June 15Dr R A Young a prominent Methodist min bankruptcyinclerks office here His liabilities are placed at 21680 anti the assets at 263860 NIhon In Part Copenhagen June 13 Christine Nilsson is not as reported by a news Gothcnburgbutsinger recently returned from Men tone She suffers from rheumatism aud influenza hanged DT a Mob Athens Ala June 17Joe Harris a Negro was hanged by a mob in the northern part of this Limestone county Harris was suspected of burning the barn of the farmer for whom he worked his grievance be ing against a felow farm hand nn tle hlu IlllnoU Newport News Va June 15The battleship Illinois arrived at the hip yard after a remarkable run down the const during which she made an average speed of 16 kuots an hour under natural draught Inxnr HOIIHCH Burned Conroe Tex June 15Fire which started in the rear of a drug store destroyed 22 business houses comprising nearly all of the stores here Few of the contents were saved The loss will amount to 100000 with insurance of 25000 Paper Box Factory Combine Chicago June 13 Promoters are seeking to merge the paper box manufacturers of the country A number of Chicago firms have been asked to fix a price for an option on their plants EnglUh Race London June 15 Warrens Sweet Dixe I Reiff won the Wadham plate at the Sandown park at the Dishop1onVolpone Jenkins was second and Uastoe was third Seven horses started Protected by Electricity yilliamsport la June 15The coal company at Bernice to protect nonunion workmen has placed them in a barbcfivire enclosure The wire are charged with electricity t cf= g rt H E WILL CAPIIULATE Jen Cailles Ready to Surrender to the Americans Anion la Itrmirilrd With Inch Sntlxfitrtloit fly the tnthorltlra- nt WimhltiKlnn Tlte Inniir Keiit lllnlntricnilliiK Mnniln June lTCols Infant nn l luviri rcircsciilntich of allies Suiulny signed the mime of their principal to an ngrreiniMit to sur render Under the terms of this agree uient tn tallies is to iissnnblc his men at Santa Cruz iigmti province 38 quickly us possible anil tinre sur render himself and his cnininuml to the American authorities The exact uumlicr of his force is uncertain but there will probably be more than 300 Washington June 17 Ollicials of he war department are very wen pleaKfil with the prospective surren der of Sen allies the Filipino in surgent leader Adviees reeeiveil nt ie department iudienteil that this would soon offiir Callles is II man f considerable iu ii flee and with his bucKing of Mime hundreds of men hUll been n inonncc to the efforts of the military authorities to stamp out the rebellion in Liion His capit ulation therefore is regarded with much satisfaction by tIme authorities here who Ill tlueyace in it another evidence of tile general disintegration of the insurgent forces Vindictive find frnel For more than a year past Gnu Cailles has commanded the Insurgent forces op rating on the fast side of Hay lake north of Manila He lit salt to be a French hnlf caste and during the last revolution he has acquired a reputation f crueltyThe whoso practice It was to assassinate and bury alive those of their countrymen who ac c t 1heated with the cognizance If not the sup port of Gen Cailles At one time Cailles offered n reward of J10 for the heads of all Americans brought to him and more t hheInfantrySince of Agulnaldo Cailles who was one of the first Insurgent lead ers who did not surrender under the terms of amnesty has been persistently pursued by the American troops Hen declared to have been Injured In one negotlallonsfor pastUmerlcan authorities and this fact which nJoyImmunitytions of honorable warfare but would have to stand trial on the many charges against him doubtless compelled him to prolong his resistance The members of the federal party advised him to surren der but this he persistently refused to do until he saw his capture was In evitable Cailles was a man with considerable Influence with the Filipino people and an aggressive fighter He kept his follow ers well In hand his system of mobllltn lion wan excellent In the mountains of Iatruna province where Cailles practi rally confined his operations he had many advantages over the American troops frequently sent to dislodge him and rendered their efforts futile He Is credited with the Sinaloan affair of last werebalycent of the number engaged tobetroubllomeInsurgent JUDGES APPOINTED Klrrfn Amcrlrnnn Ont or Seventeen Given the Most Important Clr cnlln In the Phllliiilnrn-s Manila Tune 17 Seventeen judges have been appointed to the nourts of fIrst instance Among these ap pointments there are 11 Americans who have been given the most import ant circuits as follows Manila Kinkaid of Texas and Odlin of Xew Ilnnipthiro Aparri lilount of Georgia Dnpupan Johnson of Mich igan Itatanpns Linebarpcr of Illi nois Xueva Caceres Carson of Vir glnia Ilnilo Hates of Vermont Xe ijros Norris of Xitiraska Cebu Car lockof Illinois Tamboanga Ickis of Iowa and Jolo Whitsctt of Mis souri PENSION COMMISSIONER ExCnncrmimiin s R Peter of Iana Will DP Snccmnor o lion II Clay Evan Topeka Wan June 17 ExCon grcssman S It Tctcrs of Kansas Sunday received n dispatch calling him to Washington where he will be tendered the olliee of pension commissioner succeeding II Clay Kvuns President McKinley has had under consideration the names of exCon gressmcu JUne and Peters for this po sitlon and Air Peters summons to the white house settles the appoint ment in his favor Killed In a Saloon Clurksville Tcnn June 17 Simon Grey was shot and killed by Will Sheppard in the hatters saloon in this city Sheppard is in jail Grey was boisterous anti Sheppard killed him Crook Sentenced Memphis Tenn June 17J W Burton alias Red lloyle n hotel thief and allround crook known throughout the country was given a three years sentence in the criminal court for burglary Mrs llotkln Slay Go Krrr San Francisco June 17Mrs Rot kin who was convicted of poisoning two sisters at Dover Del and grant rd a new trial may now go free on account of the exorbitant price de manded by Delaware experts for testifying at the trial- Convention Called New York June 17Commanding Commodore xrederick E Haskins of the Xational Association of Naval Veterans has issued his call for time na tional convention at Cleveland Septem her 0 to New and Modern City Mexico City June 17 Plans for a new anti modern cityuhich will be built on the site of the captured Maya capital Chan Santa CeliA leave Len drawn The new city wilt lie called Bravo in honor of the general who effected its capture Fitted With the Marconi System London June HThe steamer Lucauia the first of the Ctinard yes sels to be fitted with the Marconi f tem of wireless telegraphy made communication with the shore when 0 miles from Liverpool Gen Max Weber Xew YorK mne 17 UrigGen Max Weber died Saturday at his home in Brooklyn from pneumonia after an illness of two weeks Gen Weber wns torn in Achcrn Baden on August 27 1824 and wns educated in the military icatlemy in Karlsruhe Chocolate Factory Ilnrned New York June 17The chocolate factory of Kunkel Brothers was de stroyed by fire early Sunday One of the firm estimates the loss at 250000 which is largely covered by insurance lime factory employed 150 hands a i DONE BY POST OFFICE WOMAN Cmptnjf In I IK Clilrartn llritnrlinent Whit linn rrnnipllxhrii W lifltr There IA woman on the Chicago post office force who is doing what no other woman in the city can do o a exelmnngefAbout three years ago Miss lIen rich was put on as a substitute clerk at the Lincoln park substation which d d largestistrictsyear 15000000 pieces of mail were handled there While Miss Heiirieh was serving as s t spareitiadistributinji scheme which is the bnrcltn of every green emI110Jes life The scheme is an arrjyigcment of pigeonholes where the mail is thrown before being delivered At Lincoln park station there are 64 holes one for each carrier And the various treets and dividing numbers of each carriers district must be thoroughly memorized so that when the mail is dumped on the distributing table in large sack loads no delay will result in throwing the letters properly Last November Miss Henrich was appointed a regular clerk and nt a test given to the clerks by Superin tendent Herman Lieb the woman employe asked to be allowed to com pete amid she made as good a record- ss any of her fellowemployes by making only one error in throwing 500 letters This has been repeated every day since her entry into the crvice low Rates via B O SW to fifth international convention Knworth League at San orancitoCOiCatt July 18th to 21st 1901 r July 5th to 12th inclusive also on July 13th for such trains as deliver passengers to west ern line at St Louis Bcardstown or other O SW Junction points on same av Before purchasing tickets via any other line consult Agents B O SW R R for full particulars regarding stopovers and other accommodations Complete folder can lIcCartyGeueral SS The RagTime FavoriteIVho is that quiet individual whom the guests seem to avoid Oh hes a famous composer of classical music And that young man who seems to be the lion of the evening playerOhioState Youre a likelylooking girlsaid Mrs greenhornacrota the waters Tis jokin ye are tnlim There does he no trains I wan shipped across Philadelphia Press Cot BragIve fought and bled for my country sir re Alex SmartXeee but did you ever help your wife hang Pl- CturesOhio State Journal There art lots of who will not take a dare to do anything except a dare to go to Tock Atchison GloLf UARKBT REPORT Cincinnati June 15 CATTLE Common 2 75 ja 4 15 Extra butchers 4 73 5 25 CALVES Extra 6 23 6 50 IIOGS Select shippers jv 6 00 Mixed packers 5 73 a 5 0- 0ShEEPExtra 3 50 3 LAM1ISSpring 31 tuj 3 73 FLOUK Spring pat 3 SO 4 10 WHEAT =Xo 2 red ft 70 COltX Xo 2 mixed 43 OATS X o2 mixed W KYB 5G fv 5- 7hAYCu timothy fiU 75 IOKK Family 0ij15 25 LAUD Steam Cij 8 t7Y BUriEK Ch dairy 12 Choice creamery 3 20Y APPLES Chto fancy 3 73 0 S J POTATOES Per brl 2 00 frt 2 23 TOBACCO New 800 t13 75 Old 624 909- FLOIJIIWin ChleaKO patent 3 70 t 3 80 WHEAT Xo 2 red 63 7- 0o3rcdi C64- C011X Xo 2 42j 4- 3OATSXo 2 28 i1J 2S = KYE Xo 2 lJ 4S 1OUK Mess 14 75 M14 SO LAUD Steam 850 J 8 55 New York FLOUK Win patent 3 C5 j 3 90 WHEAT Xo 2 red 61 COUX Xo 2 mixed ij t7i OATS Xo 2 mixed cJIJIYE rOKK Family 15 50 616 IAlin Steam ftt 8 S3 Baltimore WHEAT Xo 2 red eoj ij73I Southern 73ife 70Vi cqnsSo2 mixed 45Yc 45 OATS Xo 2 mixed 32 J j 32ij CATTLE Butchers 5 25 i 5 C- OHOUS Western 640 6j 6 43 Louisville FLOtJU Vin patent 4 50 473- AVIIEAT Xo 2 red 6 73 COUX Mixed S V43 Y OA1SMixed 31 PO11K Mess 14 00 LAUD Steam S 50 Itullannnoll V1UAfXo2 red 72 43YOATfNo2 lit ii TABLET T Help Wanted When we cannot find what we need close at hand we must carry our research fur thrr alielil nor must we hesitate to insti tutu an inquiry for same where we hope it may bo found but act as did Mr P T Mc Kenny of Newton Indiana who wrote Onehalf bottle of your Lotion has done me great good for a bad eruption on one of ray ankles of nearly three years standing Nothing I had before tried had benefited me In what nearby town can I find it If your own druggist hasnt it send at once to Solon Palmer 374 Pearl St New York for sampler of Palmer Lotion and Lotion Soap Going Too Far This reckless speculation must be stopped said the earnest citizen to the trust magnate Indeed it must agreed the latter In orjhreefellows takingflyerstimore Impressed Upon Illn Notice The various features for which the Lacka wanna Jtailrnad has become noted are involuntarily impressed upon the notice of the passenger who realizes the luxury of hotel or club appointment in the electric lights the smoothrunning journals of the wheels the extraordinary cleanliness made possible by the use of anthracite coal avoid ing dust and nauseating smoke the consciousness of being always on time andbodyitslineslikedlgreewarm friends are equal in number to its whole list of patrons for once to test its service means an ardent admirer and friend earned for the road Van Etten Brecse wNo Eye for Ilcme ComfortUMrs Muggins My husband is the most unreasonable man alive Mrs Hupgins What has he done now Ive been at him for six months to buy hehasstock exchange Philadelphia Record New Feat Train to Colorado TB Mlaionri Pacific Railway The Missouri Pacific Railway is now oper ating double dally service from St Louis and Kansas City to points in Colorado Utah and the Pacific Coast Trains leave St Louis 0 a m and 1010 po m Kansas City tbrougblleelIncisco without change Excursion tickets now on sale For further information address companys agents II C Towxssxn Gen Pass and Ticket Agent St Louis Mo So QueerCarnieThere goes Nell with her fiancee They say he fell in love with her at first sight Bessie Thats just like him He always was a funny fellow he liked olives the first time he ever tasted themDoston Transcript A VALUABLE IUHLICATIOX FREE Descriptive of Colorados Scenery llraltli- RFinrti Etc BunImngton310 for a handsome special folder on Col orado descriptive of her health resorts and magnificent scenery containing the lowest excursion rates to Colorado throughout the Summer which have ever been made The folder will be found of educational value to students and others seeking to know requestMention Yielded Readily for Him First Physician Did old Coupons cue yield to your treatment Second Physician It did I treated it somethinglike Yellowstone Park Extended tour leisurely itinerary with in the coaches for exclusive use on the drive Pullman eleep ing and dining cars Established limit to number Escort of the American Tourist AAtociation Kcau Campbell Gen BuildingChicago EverywhereTrainbee St Paul Ry Tuesday July 11100- 0pm +Mrs DeStyle Of courst this new fur butitsMrDeStyleNeverafter the children have operated on jt for a couple of weeks Philadelphia Pres T Do Tour Feet Ache and Jlnrnt Shake into your shoes Allens FootEase NewShoesandSweating AddressA Broad Hint youbareMiss Dimples No Im just sleepy thatIallohio State lournal The more effusion a person puts into the declaration that he would be glad to do any thing he could for you the less likely it is that there is anything he can do Indian spoils News Thats very arougTi on me as the maidenj observed when her unshaven sweetheart kissed herJI Sloper rises Cure for Consumption is an infalli ble medicine for coughs andcoldsN W Samuel Ocean Grove N J Feb 17 1900i Some girls kill themselves jumping rope some grow up and write problem stories and some have fame thrust upon them Detroit Journal Cure and Prevent Pneumonia With Iloxsies Croup Cure Infallible SOc Ill news travels faster than a motor car t Ally Sloperl biiisgsaessix cleuasmailer what tart taalaur CA CABET today roe hOWIrlbltnaraDtOQ ormoney refunded r Motherhood TL REWARDIOwing tionedthegenuineuofthe constantly publishing deposited with the National City Bank LTnnMus followingtestimonials genuine were pub LuLl PcnmiM MTDIOMB I How shall a mother who is weak and sick with some I female trouble bear healthy children tHow anxious women to be to give their children the blessing of a good constitution Many women long for a child to bless their home but because of some debility or displacement of the female organs they are byLydiacessfully than by any other medicine because it gives tone inflammationActual sterility in women is very If any woman thinks she is sterile let her write Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass whose advice is given free to all expectant or would be mothers Mrs A D Jarret Belmont Ohio writes DEAR MRS PINKHAM I must write and tell you what yoat Vep j table Compound has done for Before taklngyour medicine I was unable to carry to maturity having lost twoone at six months and one at EPinklsnmsaadbaaMrs Whitneys Gratitude DEAR MRS PEIEHAM From the time I was sixteen old till Iwas twentythree I was troubled weakness of the kidneys and terriblepains when my monthly yourVegetahle myfullstitutionally weak I bad lost a baby at seven and half The next I continued 3 take your Compound and I said then if I bethreeSep rn My baby is now seven months old and Is as 5 + healthy and hearty as any could wish I 80badforLydiaMRSLZWHITNEV BABY au1feringdocoo in the future as in the put and may many homes be briltbtenecl umine has beenMRS L Z WBlTNEYo 4 St Somerville Maas The medicine that cures the ills of women is Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable CompotuuL lI= I FREE I WINCHESTER SHOTGUNSand FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS the winning combination fa the field or at the tnp dealer sell them- WINCHESTERREPEATINGARMSd I180 Wuousm Arm NEW haute C- oaxssIseseessseme Going to the Pan American Exposition 1 If m yoo want to so comfortably and we thing and team omethlnr going and comlne To do this It will be lint to hue your Uckrt routed rom Cincinnati over the C ILL D Hallway total via Detroit through Canada icrlnr Engli h waji customs sttlnc N Unrm Falls rn route odIf lOU like the water ensue back la the Great Lake Yonrrallway ticket via this line gives roe the rrtrlleie of changing your route and coming lack Ujeade1nJ RMcGRFGOn T r ANASnvnu Tlcftr L rAKKOTT T ea ATLAXTi GA OB O G EDWARDS Pasienger Traffic Manager CIXCUCSATI O 3 or 4 Years an Is Assured lf1ou take apoar homes In Western Canada the fI land of plenty trated pamphlets using experiences of farmers who hare become wealthy In rrnwirgwbeatrerort of delegates eteand fall In formation as to reduced railway rates can be kid theUndersignedef free of cost F IKUIK Cunt of Immlcrat 51ccultiuloeLug Konr Bide Indianapolis toO Swi K RaJgSFI soniaekepticalpeopehafrom testimonial letter we an we have of 5000 whica wi1betoaoypersoawho are not or obtalnblCthe mission Co barren rare to me with to one AU ions and and Illus i Wfaotoefer Factory loaded shotgun shells jNEW RIVAL LEADERand REPEATER A trial will prove their superiority r GlJTIftESA feature of the C I Tin Is Its special 4epI I- of cofTsgatcS triedoUt sot slip ea wet or and jy aufnt to buy and safest ride Detachable no tools accessary to repair h lfse- kntseaeuoogodoryoGJTbesareihcyou want Catalogue rite C 6 JvcnPAkdhmisIsdI A N KR 1870 nUKX IVRITIXU TO ADVKRTIMKRS pleniossasothal souw ihe AslTrrtl uaentlathipaprr a oeI l 6 eI WW W WW v W WWWW W 1iIEI Sour Stomach t Back up a sewer and you poison the whole neighborhood Clog up liver and bowels and your stomach is full of undigested food which sours and ferments like garbage In a swillbarrel Thats the first step to untold miseryIndigestion foul gases headache furred tongue badibreath yellow skin mental fears everything that Is horrible and nauseating CASCARETS quietly positively stop fermentation In the stomach make the liver lively tone up the bowels set the whole machinery going and keep It In order Dont hesitate I Take CASCARETS today and be saved from suffering I JbIci bl8 IAftertwas Induced to try wilt never be without them la thoor t pir house My liver was in a very tad shape obv m hed IIChcdmd I badstomaclitron tit1ble Now stow taking tascarcts feel floe lIch My wire has also used them with beneficial meReI t heforsour stomach i JOB KRrnL1oIad 1931 at 1 re HI Snap b r n CO i BEST FOR BOWELS AND LIVER THISIS THE aAeiward Mo nil yen to cure to Independence r lOcH25c NEVER SOLD INBULl DRUGGISTS 0 errjAKAITEEJ TO CCREs Flre year ogo too first box of CAN I anxlmlmarADdtour best testimonial Wo have faith and will sell CAttCAJRKTS abolnlguaranteed to cure or money refunded Go today two SOe boxe give them a fair honest as per ilmple direction and Ifyon are not Mllaned alter using one COe box return the nnned COe box and t eatpty box tous by mail or the druggist from whom you purchased It and getyeurmonc7 t todayHealth 5 ofCASCAKETS iSookfreebymalk AdUl rnuua Out CO i wTwk rCUua t I 111 Ir L iI u t n Y I t or F c c j Tw I r Ac t1 JY ti J f f atf Et f It 117i1 y lr t t H I i OW1NGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBilSHlXG CO O WINGS V1LLE KY SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE i THURSDAY JUNE 20 1901 Every business communication must be addressed to THE OUTLOOK PUBLISHING Co OWIKGSYILLK KY istIsewe will not be repponsiblo for I FOR ANNOUNCEMENT REPRESENTATIVE I4 We nrc authorized to announce E E Peck of SharpRbiirg a can dMatc for the Legislature from the BathRoivnn district subject to the Saction of the Democratic party FOR MAGISTRATE Wo are authorized to announce Butler Toy an a candidate to sue cced himself as Magistrate in the Wyoming magisterial district sub ject to the action of the Republican I puty i 1 W are authorized to announce Frank C Williams of Moores Fer i ry for magistrate in the White Sulphur district subject to the ac tion of the Republican party f We are authorized to announce Geo W Razor of near lies Mill a candidate for the nomination forV Magistrate in the White Sulphur ti district subject 10 the fiction of the Republican party I WEST POINT cadets now have the I choice of ceasing hazing or bo t ing dif tnisEsd The action of the authorities meets the wishes of the people THE South is congratulating it self because NewOrleans has passed f Boston and becomothe usit to the largest export port in the United States UNCLE SAM acts like he has de signs on the catcliascatchcan SI championship belt worn by John Bull by reason of his exploits among tweaker peoplee 4 UATOR TOM L Jonxsox says ho j would not only decline n nominaI tion for Governor but would de dine to serve if elected And he jiIan Ohio man too Tnr wind is escaping rapidly ifrom the Texas oil boom and the i interested are figuring ear neatly on what the vast abundance i of fuel oil amounts to practically LMcKINLaTesittingdownonGros Stenor will do the latter a power of he has been carrying of late years more than the faround of political conceit President McKinley has that he would not accept ii nomination for a third term Sen ator Depow and Congressman Gros Tenor who both declared for him for a third term feel as cheap as if they had been given away uleatial asp rations of r Senator Fairbanks of Indiana are- meeting obstructions early Some sV of the other leaders of that State have agreed that he must give up his chances for roelection to the- Senate if be wants the united sup port of Indiana TACTI new U S battleship on her S trial trip breaks the record for peed in her class which speaks well for all hands around Tho II jiinoisinade a record ot 1731 knots per hour last week and will be tho Queen of the Navy until the next 1 Bister ship makes her run GoLDEN RULE Sam Jones May or of Toledo Ohio says the only hope of better government if through making the masses of the people better As an abstract prop St psition Jones may not be far wrong I but his idea is to make the people i better through a species of State socialism p SUICIDE bj jumping from the Gin- cinnati Suspension bridge has be Sbecome too much ofII fad with girls If it could bo impressed on them that the sight of a woman fal ling from the bridge to the water j is superlatively unbecoming and t ositI elyrfdionlous the girls would iI not tako to it so readily CAPT ROBERT E iMPBETof the U 6 Navy San Francisco believed it- right to beat down a dentists pri 4 p 1r7 ces by a subterfuge becaure of the t high price of dental wprk He asked a reduction in his bill alleging that it would be subject to Govern b jmentinspection The trick caused prey to be courtmartialed tool Sduced ten numbers and publicly s SS reprimanded pc7 TBE honorary degree of LL D 0 rconferred by institutions of learn fag on persons who are not Doctors d YofLaw in fact perhaps neither SIarma nor helps anybody though a SOSQO minor concerns aim to adver tise themselves by conferring it on distinguished person In Andrew I Carnegies case the Glasgow Scot land University did it simply in recognition of his great gift to the s Scottish universities g lr the United States had boldly 1r2 gone nnd made a conquest of Cuba it would have been an act of plain jt robbery but one of the same moral- brand as the European powers haves been accustomed to indulge inButI A toget into Cuba in the guise of a after2Iri14power go and play at tbe game of independ ence with tbe United States as um I pir and inevitable penalty of entire 1 confiscation at the umpires will is t4 about the IeIhtofnational deprav ity Wben Cuba is annexed by this proeeee a statue of Uriah Hoop ought to displioethat of the God dcii of Liberty on the Capitol at WssbIngton i P r r Lk n W i +r 1S t r p I i THE G A R has made Mark IIl11lnll n Oltncl For man of Murks eminence it ought to Imve been a Generxl or nothing Mot anv chunk uf u fellow can get to be alt ornamental Colonel and tllI quote Marks own words when Dew ey was suggested for President it is indecunt to make a man of mark like Mark u pnltry Colonel Ivrnnuo hilL has a sensational love mulch of the DecemberMay order Milton Gnrricus aged 70 Department commander of tho In diana G A Hnllel Miss Marie Tlio inns nijp l lian orphan want to wed each other but the girls undo Henry Edwards has had a personnl encounter with GarriguR ovsr it and her guardian ROMS Thomas has taken the girl to his home to prevent the match Miss MARIE AIETTA LEST of To ledo Ohio contributed to tfco guy ely of tho times by bringing a suit to have Lawyer John P Delphy en joined from making love to her Delphy furnished his quota by consenting that he bo enjoined as she asked andalso that she be enjoin ed from hanging around the stairway to his office and from speaking to him when they meet in societySRUTAN with a dash of sarcasm asks the goldstandard Democrats why they dont advocate tho nomi nation of Justice John M Ilarlnn and answers himself by saying they would not do so because Harlan in a Republican who line made a splendid record by deciding against the Sugar Trust for the Income Tax and against imperialism Har Ian would make an excellent Pres ident though boo would act the honest Republican strictly under the Constitution THE American team of crack trapshootcrs that went to London to shoot a fivedays1 series of match es at clay pigeons with a British team won the match by taking the first three days straight although conditions were more diillcult than tho Americans were accustomed to and the surroundings were all un familiar It is no doubt galling to the British to bo beaten by the Americans on all parts of the ground but they take it like the game sports they are QUAYS Legislature in Pennsyl vania signalized its closing days by rushing through charters giving privileges in Philadelphia to trac tion companies that John Wnna roaker offered the Mayor 2500000 for The Quay gang rule and loot the State pretty much at their pleasure The Republican pot cant make a great success of calling the Democratic kettle black tho ones Quayitos are as much of a party dis grace as tbe others Tammany A MR SwinABT and his bride on their return to Vanluo 0 from their wedding trip were charivar ied They refused to appear One serenader invaded the bridal room and got knocked down and thrown out of the window unconscious Swibart then took a crack at the crowd with a pistol and they talk of wbitccapping him The rural bridegroom frequently has to stand too much horse play and when one rebels he is not ta blame A 300000000 Coal Trust is forming to include the mines in Indiana Illinois Kentucky Ohio and Pennsylvania The combina tion of the Indiana mines is going ahead rapidly The Illinois mines will be added next and then the others in turn Only a Grain or Bread Trust is lacking to have the people beset by the trusts on every side Air and water arc too abun dant to be controlled by trusts TUB Hanna regime is good any how for some years yet and when the test is made it will be Hannn tiret the rest nowhere Miss Ruth annual daughter of Hon Marcus A Hanna has accepted an invita tion to christen the fine U S cruis er Cleveland building at Bath Maine Mayor Thomas L Johnson refused in his daughters behalf the honor of pressing the button to start the launching A dispatch says the Hanna social prestige at Cleveland surpasses that of John son TnE Virginia Democrats got tired of the Martin machine that was run in the interests of U S Sena tore Martin and Daniels and seven out of the ten Congressmen Mar tins candidate for Governor Swan son was badly defeated in the primaries by Attorney General Mon tague Gen Fitzhugh Leos friend The people have been laying for Martin over since he played snap machine politics and defeated Lee for Senator some years ago Mon tague or Lee will likely succeed Martin in the Senate Lee has a good thing already being a retired Brigadier General of the U S Ar my with pay the balance of his life but he can go to the U S Senate if he wants to now Montagues vic tory is a popular one everywhere TUG official utterances of Prey dent McKinley in regard to crim inal aggression etc before the war with Spain are right interest ing now A correspondent who seems to have access to inside in formation at Washington says the Government is preparing to tell the Cubans just where they are at since their adoption of the Platt amendment It is that that United States is to occupy the Havana Santiago Cienf uegosMatanzau and Guantanamo fortifications and use any or all those ports as naval eta tions the hint is to be given indi rectly that tho Cubans are expected to maintain no military except a moro police force It means that the United States is to stand over Cuba with a military force to use any pretext of disorder to seize and annex the Island If an individual acted as the United States ho would be justly culled an unqualified ras cat f r Si j r SOME of the chickens nrc coming home to rots t already Chamber lain the most iiggreissivo jlliciul Iiritich imperialist hs decided to levy 250000OUO tax on the Trans viuil gold mines to help pay the cost of the lIner wIn The war was mostly canted by the British own ers of those minis When knavery hits to be paid for by the knaves there is no reason for just people to shed tears INSTCAI of taking to the solitude of tall timber until his thirdterm break was forgotten thuunce DeI pew is pyonrt ni a cricket and af ter eulogizing Mark Hanna uS one of the greatest 1I1111hcilt that ever was wants it distinctly undarMoutl that he is for Oilell and Roosuvelt for President Chaunco will get hiscelf prosecuted for bigamy or something if ho nominates two at a clatter ihaunocs tonguo has bo conic a very unruly member anil willsprainitselfyctifitkeeps on IT seems liiinlthiiif an age when there is a premium on host ling two hustlers like the postmas teN of Louisville and Indianapolis should be turned down They got the patrons of their ollices to buy stamps enough to bring tho re ceipts of the ollices up to over 500000 per year with the expec tat tIll of tho offices being put in the first class an increase of sala ry for tho postmasters and certain employee and also an increased forco Undo Sam said the thing wasnt right and refused the ud Cuban Constitutional convention acceded to the United States demands by a vote of 16 to 11 without any qualifications what ever It was that or worse with the Cubans and they gave in But what a time they will have estab lishing a government stable enough to suit n power hungry for a supposed tidbit like tho Gem of the Antilles Jsop didnt record it in his celebrated fable that the hawk invited by tho doves into the dovocoto to protect them against the kite went away before ho was satiated with dove meat THE American Telegraph and Telephone Co which recently built n line through this county has increased its capital stock from 100 000000 to 150000000 It was the Boll Co originally Its subsidiary companies have also increased their capital stock to over 50000000 However the independent compa nies are multiplying and have an aggregate capital stock of many millions Tho fight for local bits ness between the American or some of its branches and the independent companies in some cities is right interesting IT is persistently rumored that Pierpont Morgan is going to take hold of and build the Panama ca nal Morgan hasnt yet done any great work in the actual construction line but has made his great reputation in the line of business combinations His genius zany not lie in construction The canal is a vast and very ruky undertaking considered nll11 business invest ment It is to be hoped that a ca nal will be built by private capital and if Morgan wants an enduring fame be can secure it by building the canal and making it pay a fair interest on the necessary capital FRANK G CARPENTER the noted traveling correspondent writes that in New South Wales Australia the Minister of Labor admits that there ill one government employee to every forty people nnd Carpenter figures that in tho same proportion the United States would have 2 000000 costing 1000000000 in salaries at the low average of 500 per year New South Wales has the railroads telephones and street cars run by the government That country has comparatively few rail roads and other publin utilities yet When it become developed the pro portion of government employes will be increased accordingly But just consider what a political pow er an administration would have In 2000000 employee nil voters and each with personal friends and in fluence It would be impossible al most to turn it out of office no matter what its abuse of power HENRY SAVAGE LANDOR a re liable English authority pays the American soldier in China high compliments but says he was a looter just like the rest and a vandal that had the same effect as an earthquake on tho priceless porce lame and other fine art goods in a wealthy Chinamans home Folks in America have been praising their soldier boys for their abstention from looting The Japanese then were the only soldiers there who behaved as civilized soldiers ought to all along the line although the Japanese are traditional and until but recently when Japan defeated China ware despised enemies of the Chinese Christendom is die graced by the record mado in Chi na Pieces of loot in the form of antique wares aro making their way to U S museums and are said to be coming through mission ary and U S official sources May be Uncle Sam will restore them with apologies Mark Twain ought to hit em again CORRESPONDENCE West End Mrs Harry Coyle is very ill dangerouslyill All here are for Soth Botts for Sheriff regardless of political affili ation Miss Clell McGIosson of Olym pia is visiting her sister Mrs Chas Clayton The last we beard of South Side he was rliggingsangon this bluffs of the Ohio We do best Job Work IUppor Prickly Ann Several frcm lucre attended Court iii Mt Sterling Monday neighbuilunouL Almnnzii Stone and wifo visited relatives in Montgomery Co first of the eik- William liedlick and wife of Suit Lick visited at James R Man leys lirst of the week Rev Edward Sanford will preach at Harpers schoiilhnute again tho llfth Sunday night in June lIen F Piert all and wife of White Sulphur visited Mrs Sulli Citrtmill Saturday and Sunday Mrs Albert Wilson and Mrs Thomas Peters of near Bethel were guests nl Mrs Nancy Shrouts Sunday Miss Arizona Bristow who had been visiting relatives and friends daysleftWednesday morning Bothol Mist Snllie Stone is very low also Miss Susan RutlilF J M Gossett is still quite sick not able to attend to business et1 Miss Annie Vunarsdale and ton Butts are at homo from Lexington College Mrs Cone of Maysville is spend ing a few weeks with her daughter Mrs Dr Letton Mrs Cooper wife of Rev U B Cooper came Monday puckcd up and moved their goods to Nichols ville Rev Cooper is still very sick not able to come back to his work Rev Robert Hiner is still occupying the pulpit Ruby a little daughter of Eddie RntlifT made u narrow escape from drowning She fell into a tub of water and was just alive when liar mother discovered her Medical aid was summoned immediately She is almost well now Her little life was nearly ended Slate Valley Jack Toy and wife are on the sick list but they are better now On account of so much rain far mers are getting behind with their crops Cube Snodegar and wife visited the latters parents William Coyle and wife Saturday and Sunday Jo Toy and wife of near Sharps burg were guests of the latters parents John K Jones and wife Saturday and Sunday John Tincher wife little daugh ter Sallie Stribby Tincher wife und littlo Ion of Prickly Ash neighborhood were guests of Chris Gar nor and wife Sunday Miss Jennie Stone visited her cousins M if scs Eva anti Lillie John son and Virgie Uimitt near Sharps burg last weuk Site returned home Saturday accompanied by Misses Eva and Lillie Johnson who will spend n few days with her W j congratulate West nlJnhis rantrimoniil venttire and hope ho and his accomplished wife tuny havo a prosperous journey through life It depends on both to make home happy If there are love and contentment the blessings of God will prosper that home and though sorrows may como and dark colds may hover around your Journey in life but if there is love and contentment ut homo those clouds will have a silver lining SSharpsDurR John Sharp Sr was at Paris on TuesdayTwo cases of smallpox re ported on Sunday Mrs John Martin was shopping in Mt Sterling Saturday A suppose maddog was killed Tuesday near J F Heaths Miss Bsssie Rutherford is visit log her relative Misa Etta Whalcy in Cincinnati C W Frazer has about recover ed from a severe attack of In amatory rheumatism John Peters near town is priz ing his 20000lb crop of tobacco for tho Cincinnati market Mrs Sarah A Triplett is spend ing two weeks with her son T F Triplett near Mt Sterling The poles for the Home Telephone Co are being delivered daily Hello I is that you Jim Ross About all tho growers here fin ished setting their tobacco crops last week and a good time it was S T Howard and tenant sold their crops of tobacco to Robertson is Stone of Bethel at 7c straight with 20 off Joe Sharp who is handling some trotters at the Mt Sterling Fair Ground track was at home from Saturday until Monday THE SicxMrs Susan Stephen MaryStephensWood does not improve any Mrs Annie Gossett returned on Monday from a visit to relatives in Clark county and attended Quar terly Conference at Grassy Lick Mrs J R Triplett and Mrs Rhuda Phelps spent from Tuesday until Friday with relatives in Lex ington and attended the exercises at the University Ecton BottB who has been at tending Kentucky University Be lah Sharp and Espy Donaldsonwho have been attending Center College at Danville returned home Satur day a week ago Married Wednesday at half past 1 oclock at tho home of the bride near town Miss Jennio R Caldwelleldest daughter of Mrs Margaret Caldwell and Mr Nelson McLonoy of near Cynthiana Rev J R Savag of Frankfort brother inlaw of the groom officiating li i Odessa News of intoren is scarce this wook yet something must go John W Darnell sold a suckling mule colt to N Ilcndrix for 75 Mot nil the farmers got through setting tobacco last week but dont ask us if our corn is clean Isaac W Tones who has been taking his fin t course in tho Ky Medical Schoolat Louisville returned home last week The good prospect for an excellent yield of wheat has been data aged pomcwlmt by recent rains anti wind and may yet bo a light yield Those of this community who attended Court nt Me Sterling on Monday were G II Gudgell O and W W Rodgers 1 R Darnell O W J Hand I W Jones Salt Lick Mr Parka lumberman has moved his headquarters hero from FarmersC Whitcomb and family of Scranton spent Sunday and Non day in town James Ross and John Freeland of Owingeville wore callers here Sundayafternoon Charley Warren has moved into the Dr Lewis property formerly occupied by Duke Frederick E E Blackburn of Jonesville returned Monday from Borrywhere ho spent Sunday with his brother K R Blackburn Dr Lewis Dr Pierce Sherman Gullett Dick lies Wm A Whit comb J II Campbell Henry Hopkins and W W Razor were in Mt Sterling Monday The revival meeting at the Methodist Church will probably close this week Much interest has boon man ifested and large congregations at tend the night services The Salt Lick Deposit Bank will be organized this week The cap italstock 15000is nearly all sub scribed It is thought it will open for business about October 1st We understand that A C Whit comb who has been with Stewart it DeGruyter at Shelley West Va for some months has resigned and accepted a position with tho Lewis Stave Co with headquarters at CharlestonMark of Scranton met with quite a serious accident Sun day night on the L V Railroad two miles east of town Ho fell from tho hand ear while crossing one of the trestles on Caney mountain a distancef 20 feet cutting his face and otherwise bruising himself Dr Pierce who attended him reports him badly injured but not dungerouly so- Olymriia Mrs Stone Shultz is quite sick Mrs Alex Alfrey is ou tho sick list Tnlinage Clark returned to school at Lexington Tuesday Mrs Clnrks father and mother of Clark Co nroiiieru on a visit Dr E E Swetrain is back from schoolat Louisville on a vacation Mr Richards of Howards Mill is tho guest of Dr Clark and wife George Jackson and wife were the guests of Mrs Tom Hart Suu dayEd Coleman of Hnrrison Co is the guest ot his cousin Mrs F M BeagleUncle John Power and Titeor Stcpstone visited Uncle Jim Penix SundayMiss Mamie Kincaid was the guest of her grandmothor Mrs J M Steele Miss Lillian Spencer of Roes Run Waf the guest of Mrs J K Jackson Friday Joseph Williams and wife el Preston are the guests of Mr and Mrs J C Jackson George Warner and wife visited relatives on Slate Creek and in Ow ingsville lust week Miss Lucile Alexander is here from school at Lexington this week visiting her parents Mrs Joe Spencer of Grange City was the guest of her sister Mrs J K Jackson Tuesday Green Thompson and wife are here on a visit to his brother and father He is from Chilesburg Sid Warren wife and Mrs Liz zie Warren of Roes Run were the guests of J P Copher Sunday Miss Mildred Alexander is at Salt Lick on a visit to her grand parents Dr and Mrs II H Lewis Mirs Bertie Gault of OwingF ville is hero on a visit acting as organist in connection with Mrs BishopC Smith had the bad luck to be bitten bya copperhead sn ko up at Yale He is suffering con siderably Miss Eva Staton and Johnnie Donaldson of Stepstone took the train here Monday for Ironton to get married Wo arc glad to state that Olym pia is having a grand revival meet ing conducted by our minister Bro Williams Bro J M Rash of Winchester our old pastor and al- iso Bro Chocsely the State Evangelist of Henry Co Bro Rash was our minister for three years and he is held in high esteem by every body We are all glad to havo him in our midst if only for a short time Wo wish the revival all sue cess NEW BflRBER SHOP I have opened a now barber shop at C P Manns old stand and have employed No1 barber from Par is Ky who is an export in his lineI FRANK HEDGE t45 ftt Crooks Ben Wells 1101111 horse to Morgan Goodpaster for 50 Bud Cassitysold a sow and pigs to Tom Cassity for 23 Severn from lucre attended divine service at Olympia Sunday night Joe Williams and wife visited relatives ut Olympia Saturday and SundayMiss Nora Gilbert of Midland City is visiting her grandparents D S Nixon and wife Mrs H D Paynter and step daughter of Middlesborough are visiting the family of James T CrooksSMrs Jerry Peterson and child run of Harrison county are visiting her parents Walker Cassity aindwife charley Reed and wife attended tho funeral of their unclo Asa Bedford in Montgomery county last Wednesday Too Turley bought of John F Johnson 50 lambs and of Press Barnes 30 lambs and shipped them to Jersey City Died of pneumonia at his home at Kendalls Springs June 10 Riley Bailey lie loaves a wife and several children all grown The family have the sympathy of the community in their sad loss Knob Lick Fine growing showersSGeorge Withrow sold a sow and seven pigs for 2250 There is complaint of the ground being too wet for farming Logan Teal sold a cow and calf to Vat Swanigan for 45 The boys are organizing a base ball club here it will be known as the Knob Lick nine Died Millie Sorrell at her broth er Jasper Sorrells aged about 75 years She had never been married Charley Wells engineer on the dinkey has received his 60 while he is experiencing the pleasure of learning to ride and nurse his bruises The Republicans have been cast ing around for an available candidate for County Judge While I have no say in it all the informa lion gained from a nonpartisan standpoint is that Clarence MoAlis ter is decidedly the choice of the peopleThe true Populist is the man who heard tire groans of suffering humanity who saw the cruel and un righteous oppression of those in power who saw the burdens that wore laid on tbe weak while the privileges and favors were given to those who bore no burdens lIe is the man win heard the plaintive song and saw the drooping shoul ders of those who were compelled to dig and toil toil and dig and yet the cainings of his toll wet to enrich some other man and bright en some other homo while the toil ing mans own pockets were empty and his own home desolate He is the man who saw the old parties were lighting thaw battles over imaginery wrongs while all theso things went by unheeded and un heard and the troubles were grow ing worse as the years rolled by He is the man who had the courage nnd manhood to step out of the ranks of the old parties break away from the accepted theories ol the times and form and build up a new party a party to side with tbe weak and oppressed to fight the evils and wrongs He is the man who stood by this young party in its infancy when its enemies clam ored for its life with all the power they possessed who stood by it when its leaders were rottenegged and called cranks when its ranks were scorned and called dema gogues and ignoramuses He is the man though clouds of defeat may hover darkly about him and the storms of adversity may howl around him he calmly and serenely views the future realizing that ho is fighting for the right He looks beyond the clouds to the sunshine beyond the storm to tho calm He is never discouraged Many times his way has been hard many times the paths have been rough many times would he hare giadly stepped aside to seek easier tasks but ever duty would unveil her starlit faceTired feet march on for the day will come and tho opportunity will come with it when you will be able to lift manhood out of the val ley of despond and place it on the sunny summits of peace and prosperity Stoops John Oakley of Flat Creek a here last week Wilt Smathers of Sbarpsburg was hero Saturday We are never wholly prepared to meet tho unexpectedIAlbert Baker of Flat Creek vie ited relatives here last week J L Gregory and A W Byrd were at Salt Lick last Tuesday Mrs Robt S Smith visited rela tives in Mt Sterling Wednesday J Will Clay of Mt Sterling vis ed friends hero one day last week- S M Bush of Grassy Lick was n this vicinity one day last week Mrs S F Deal of near Mt Sterling visited relatives hero Friday Frajik P Thompson of Mt Ster ling was here on business Thurs day Ike Roberts and wife of Flat Creek visitedrelatlves here Sun daygSquire John Trimble of Mt Sterling visited relatives here Sat urday J J Mark of the American Tel J- graph and Telephone Co passed s by here Friday d rr 5 r 6 II The Racket Z UNDERBUY UNDERSELL FORc CASH 8CARPETSyRUCS BURC LACES STRAW HATS lHOUSE PAINT CHINAWARE HARDWARE t Everything marked in plain figures One orice to II3 Matches jc box ydThermometers 3qtIceCreamFrezri90 Lawns Dimity4 to loc yd nowingHachineOilCans 8c qtNeedles 3cBeads Spectacles Goggles 39C7Fly tIace5CDogCASH PAID FOR EGGS 1fif f CeVV HI HEFLIN T iSUt8 fP NEW TORE NEW GOODS fj NEW FIRM NEW PRICES BEST GRANULATED SUGAR 6c Ib JffiT ALL OTHER GROCERIES CHEAPER Than LUjuiinliijllc- WE WILL GIVE YOU MORE FOR YOUR PRODUCE I OF ALL KINDS THAN ANY OTHER FIRM Regular 810 AllWool Serge Suits forTWe guarantee all suits not to fade and to be strictly ALLWOOL GOODS J If they are not what we say they are we will refund the money REGULAR 50c Shirts 25c 1MENSBOYS SUITS 6Uc Eggs lie per doz this wk- CHANDLERPHELPS REYNOLDSVILLE KY t SIPatronizehis goods but patronize him not who advertises himself The last mm Fee ms to hrvo UP by the throat worse tItan ever Itt a 20000000 Collar Trust I Your scribe had the pleasure of hearing Bro Ross preach at Fas setts schoolhouse Sunday A fool and his money aro soon parted One goes on to fool others and the other to be fooled again Misses Emma Lane nnd Picket Metcalfof Mt Sterling visiteda t Lawrence Fnssetts Tuesday last Miss Anna MayGoodan returned home Friday after several weeks visit to relatives near lit Sterling The many friends of Hon A W Hamilton were very much surprised to hear of his withdrawal from the race for Senator Miss Annie Carter returned home Wednesday from Danville where she had been attending school for the past nine months John Womsley and daughter Bliss Lula of Mt Sterling were here Wednesday Miss Lula id trying to secure the fall term of school hereWonder if Mabel knows that thunder sours cream Why do you ask that Because if she does it is a won der she daubs gomuch of that cream stuff on that freckled face The lIon Charles Henry Gros refer better known in tbe political world as Old Figgers in his bold assertion that McKinley will be nominated and elected for a third term says that the reasn Wash ington did not run for a third term was fear of defeat If there is any one fool enough to beliuve that he must be a fool indeed Stopstone Jno T Powers arid wife spent from Friday till Monday with friends at Olympia Miss Kitti Lane is visiting her schoolmate Miss Goisett at Davis Ky for a week or ten days Miss Hargis Montjoy of Ewing ton visited her sister Mrs B FIMyers from Tuesday till Monday Milton P Lane is still on the imlprove but not able to be out at times when the weather is veryI pleasant Miss Green of Mt Sterling who was visiting the family of R H Lane for the past two weeks returned home SaturdayoB Woodard and family of Bethel were guests of Mr Woodards fathorinlaw Jim Shrout and family r Sunday and Monday gGLouis of Errington werep uests of their undo and B Reid and wife Sunday Miss Ona Hart of Crooks who had been visiting the family of no T Powers at this place for ome weeks returned home Mon ayS 1 H iC l6c r ChinaBowlsPitchers8gc I Pocket Books asc I f V I I ILuther Ringo and family of 1duughlPtfuinilylroiu Sutac1J UU uda iThe corinth Cornet Band will have an icecream supper at Howard Mill Saturday night Enjoy yourselves and hear some good mu iicCtlwo one come all Miss Sudie Stout of near 41 1lMrsy guests of Mrs Minnie Parker fistcr MilEr bftJe Payne at ndjplacu 1 Mist Allie North of Salt Lick arrived here Sunday for a few Jhiarrickrick her nephew accompanied brShere to visit bis home while MIss Allie is hero i There was a big turnout at the f t sjSuadayhood places antI the children did 1 tinely if anything better than ia former years Everybody WM I pleased highlySMrs Tate and her sister of sass nameoflllinoisarrlyedhereTuejday Sr O G Hamilton before ho died j jThey just got here in tiMe to b t recognized by him before he be tcame unconscious j SO G Hamilton who had beei i bedfast with stomach trouble fpr the last eleven months ditd Satur day afternoon at fin oclock and 1 was buried Sunday at two at tb Thompson burying ground star walItp and fur children to mourn the f1rtrafatherthe griefstrickon fatally and friends WHEN To PASS THE HAT Mark Twain has wisdom on occasions as well as wit He declares that whoa a man make an appeal for charity it a great mistake to get everybody ready to give money and then not pass the hat Some year ago ia Hartford he said the other daySwo all went to hear the annval re port of Mr Hawley a city mission ary who went around finding the people who seeded help and didnt want to ask for it He toldof theSife in the cellars whore povertyre 4andare always good to each other kjWhen a man of millions gives we nake much of noise Its noise mlpthe wrong place for its the wid 4- ws mite that counts WellHaw p ley worked me up to a great state i t couldnt wait for him to finish thad 400 in my pocket I wanted to give that and borrow more to c ive You could see greenbacks in jivary eye But he didnt pass the late and it grew hotter and we grew sleepier My enthusiasm went down down downlOO at atime till finally when the plate came around 1 stole ten cents out of ito you see a neglect like this may = lend to crime Chicago Times Herald t IVl I