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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t q t zw o iS t 4 ro vJr4 4 iiZrr 1 t I Ib J J Aj1 S LiA 2 h bt mingtiilli 1 q J 4tL Ljt5 1 VOLXXII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAYt f JULY 4 1901 r NO Jih lk 5 7itemTh local wheat harvest will be completed this week A fine line of Silverware at O C r Harris jeelrystore tWatobe anil cocks of all kinds it O C Harris jewelry etore Bring your old buggy and trade ton U to T S Shrout fur K new one You cn get the beet oil for your kowen Binders Ac of Brother ok koodputrThere bo services at the gell britsiii Church next Sunday at IlaKand8pm Yeu will always Ond a full stock of ot iptcUclti at O C Harris jew in Wry More Eyep tested free tihandle the noted ElkborI1WhiR ltIY There IB no better made J W LANE Owingsvillo Ky Tbtrt will be a picnic at Prastoti iie three last days of August tiMt JAMES CLARIC ICE I ICE ICE Will de1ivil er ics every morning Send in your brder 502 D N YOUNG Gs ti epreentedcSr you koaej back nt 0 C Harris jewelry to itor Eyes tested free ofcharge Thl Louisville warehousemen laaU the Kentucky Burley acdu co acreage at 75 to 80 per cent of I astytarsdFarmers will make a Vhey failo procure a colb of the jtet of i S Brown the noted Etal hot of Dr G W Conncr1i If you are In need ot spectacles br sys glasses call on B W An f rwI at O C Harris jewelry ttore o Vnd have him test your oyewBrings your watch cioand 5 w lry repairing All work gunrLli iaUtd B W ANIJ E VaTIat O C Harris jewelry storew W are going to deal in ice this tdlourOwingsville Ky Look hero The people that fcve pictures enlarged will save l lif voney by getting J M Brother Mrs ftittiisU the frames lOtf S The weather clerk ha been like Icwlraw it has been burnt to charcoal S The fhncy prices liL horniS ivu ringing should convinco the far iaers who wartt fattcy prices thht fit K Bfowh is the beet horse to breed til 0 rotpurthTB picnics at CouUhards woods psd Grange City fill probably be irgaly attendedof June Covington tile leader of he ilt Sterling colored string baud that carao here often dropped dead 11IIIe playing for an entertainment tt Mt Sterling mEt week Miss Nellie May Pugli dntlgliter W bf xCongressman Samuel JVugh hf Vanceburg is to be married to Wltihingtonb Cover Leaf pastor is the finest illiiibl world for Twine Binders flowers Threshing machines kc Try it Sold by f BUOTUER k GOODIABTEB i dIhCotoredZLEtroughs grove in the tiastern edges kf town fr5m July 6 to Aug fclusive See bills ler particulars Withers for tile kjllirig df bJohn at the Kentucky School of Medicine at Louisvilli Vas found and iren a three penitentiarySatliIrd on There was an accidbnt on the Licking Valley railroad wfngo the dnrknew one night last week bus of the train men was hurt se r Tirely and others were bruised bomewhat Thomas J BigstafF has brought siltatMtSterling against his for Aaar law partner Appellate Judge Edward C Orear for 11000 al itftd due in winding up the firms law business Dr E O Guerrant ef Wilmore preached at the Presbyterian Church here Sunday night It is a frlsasure to meet the Dcfctor His fritads here Are always glad when flcomuamongtber Charley Steele a feebleminded iamate of the Poorhouse was tried torhinacybya jury Friday and tint red sent to the asylum He ira taken to Lexington by Mar bal Emmons and Capt E Q Wells STREETS OF ALL UATIOKS At the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival A gi2 to 17 will be bet ier this than ever before The- BostookMiditayCltrnhal Co has fitted up this show until it surpass is any ever witnessed BEAD AND SAVE Morny1 have i5 new buggies rockaways and driving wagons to sell a reduced prl es ort ex6bange If in need of an extra fine rubbertiro I have them fn stock If you come from other counties I will pay you ta Inlngyou money Cash or 6etriT 493 T S SHBODT i t t 1 C 1 bi it-io 7 1 1tT 0 1 PERSONAL 14 Emmett Fratiuan led last woek for trip South Ohio Knight of Sharpsburg was tiers Friday on business to VaIlaco II ill of Shnrpsbnrg was here Monday on Iniidncse B Rev U A Walton returned Thursday from ah evangelizing tourFord in Patterson and Duke lamp were in Sharpsburg Monday nightMorton Harper was down from Farmers to attend the convention MondayMrs V S and Mrs F P Gud Ho went to tho Lexington Uhnu tauqua Friday Mr and Mrs John G lloborts Mt Sterling were with friends town Friday Walter Harper of Mt Sterling a guest of relatives here Sunday and Monday Miss Arnaritia Thompson of Mt Sterling came Sunday to visit Miss tattle lQtersIIiMisa PaUlo Dye of Louisville is her sitter Mrs Sam O Crooks on Flat Creek Mrs T W Ewing returned home Tuesday after a several visit relatives at CJnthiJincNiSi Alice Calmee of Winchester came last week to spend a few the with Miss Mary Conner Miss Pearl TrumUo and Miss rLuayChapman Young of Louisville come lust Thursday night to join mother and elster at J B Goodpasters Henry Scott returned Wednesday last week from a visit to IHs son nt Mt Sterling lIe reportst ork lively up U1tfCofSherman Goodpatter and Miss Perry visited MiRe Anna rifcar Bethel first of the eek Mrs John Ramsey returned homo LtiUisville 1kisdiiyafter visit hok oh Flat Creekt1Mrs Pierce Vinn of Mt Stcr tig Wtis a Rmei if her iiiother Elva Gutlett Saturday nod of undayeMrs Win Atchison and daugh Lottie went lat Thursday to relatives and friends in Mt terlingolr If Perkir of JVwtfajt visited his friend nrJ MFcland self Kuyrioldsvillefrom Saturday un Monday Clay Byron Mrs Osmond F BJand her little son Carter Gra arrived Sunday front Wush ingtOn City M r and Mrs Thomas L 1arnelll Champaign Illinois rday fur visit of two weeks withf relatives and friends Jace J Slarkj of the American Telegraph and Telephone Co was here Saturday returning to Ceredo Vn feanio night O tie Miss Emily Brothefnttendod the gertnan given by the Montgomery Cotillion Club at Mt Sterling Wed nesday night of last weekaChas S Powell of Richmond President of the Owingsvllle Telephone Co came Sunday on busi ness connected with the exchange for JVirginI1nt lMr and Mrs Jauies Donald on near town will leave for home DrJM Feland accompanied his little daughter as far as Winchester Mondayon her way to visit her aunt Miss Nannie Ireland at Richmond Wcf McKinnevan and John Free land writ to Cincinnati Monday business for the O Lumber Co They went as far ds Maysvilld on their wheels Col H H Ewing has rdturned from n tisit to his niece Mrs Kit tie E Lyons at Surgoinsvillo Tenn MisS Mattie Ewing will re main until autumn IScoti Goodpastef went to Sher burne Monday He was accompanied home by Miss Lela Hurst of a Sbarpsbdrg and Miss Elizabeth Boyd Scott of Sherbilrne- Misj Hotiio OVings of Mt Star ling Miss Olive Fant of Flemings burg Miss Ida Hamilton and Mrs E M Gumpf of Flat Creek arc visiting Mrs Elva Catlett Watch for the hand bills of the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 12 to 17 Born June 9th 1901 to Ernest H Robertson and wife Glendale Texas a daughterAmelia Perry Toy WoxThe race in the ReI publican Magisterial primary in the Wyoming district Saturday wasa cUpping ono Wallace Wright carried Wyoming precinct four votes and Butler Toy Forgo Hill by twentytwo siIon L W Baacom and daughter Miss Clflfra were going home from town Tuesday morning their horse became frightened and IIran overturning the buggyand throwing them out They were slightly bruised f A wind storm from the southeast run but oiu cattle from that eliI rection about Stiridown Monday J accompanied by licnvy rain 1111 lightning Sotiie damage was done corn and timber AT TII CIIAUTU IUA Elder T Howo went to the Lexington Chautaunua last wcut and there were no services at the Christian Church Sunday Ho will be homo time to preach as usual next Sunday morning and night He reports a fairly good Chautauqua and fairly goodsised crowds Dan FROM SUNSTKOKE Tom D Brennan of Lexington died at leattvillo lust week of sunstroke wag a brbthorinlaw of ox Major J Hull Davidson and was ono of the most popular young men in the Bluegrass He had many friends in this foction and was hero with the Lexington com pany of militia during tho tollgate troubles in lSD 100 REvRnSomc one broke into E W Ilclline racket store Sunday night Entrance wan gained la prizing open the heavy shutters a rear window The cash drawer was Pried oil but no money was By secured Mr Ileflin could not do tesstine whether any goods had been stolen or not lie otters a ro ward of 100 for the arrest and conviction of the housebreakers A MOXKKT BALLOOKIST One of most interesting and novel at tractions out this year is the Monkey Balloonist Using the ordina balloon the monkey ascends to height of from 1000 to 2000 and make a sensational para chute leap formothor earth This uptodato feature is one of die free attractions at tile Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 12 to 17 TilE WEATHElt The weather is to make it two solid week ribroasting The thermometer cry does its 00odd degrees daily and Sundaymorning did a 08 stunt Practically Monday was tho most uncomfortable though 96 was the the m highest temperature reported The storm coolud tho air Monday night The records are being broken in lurgo cities and uiiiny prostra und deaths are occurring at THE CRYSTAL lzjOr Paltlcb a time Glasses as it is sometimes to ulled time most mystifying device ver produced will bo a feature at Lexington Horse SHiiw Fair ndm Carnival Aug 1217 By the ar rangpiiient of numerous mirrorp ne loses ones soil See yourself stuudingon yourself buEido your 2 iii fact there id no end to tho predicaments iii iliitli you find youri ilf Ercctcl at a cost of 10000 my Please coino in und settle your account If you have not got the iiloney to puy just COmO in and itI me your nutu for same I ani ike every other liiuiufcss man ii 3 ont need the money havoiti use or tbu want oil accounts set tied by note If it is only lOc youo owe me just come iu und givo your note for same This is the first time I have asked yuuto sot so please come in end call for your account D N Youxd BAUSES WINsThe Republicans t eld precinct meetings Monday a1d- uppolnted delegates to the county a convention to be held here Suture hay July 6th Tho whole interest settled in the race between J Wallace Barnes and Hon C W Tipton If the nomination for County udge Barnes carried the three Owingsville Sharpsburg Bethel Forge Hill Salt Lick and Preston precincts 25 votes Tipton carJried Wyoming South S arid White SulphurS votes The three Owiugsville two Sharpsburgs Bethel and Preston structed for Tipton for Represen tative Sharpsburg No 2 instructed for S T Howard first for Judge and Barnes second EXCITING ADEcTinE0n Tues day evening of last week Clell Ewing and Reid latterson left Yule on upper Licking river in a buggyand took the road up Caney Creek to cross Caney mountain to Salt Lick It was a black night A heavy rain storm with terrifying wind tbunder and lightning broke on them on the creek Those who have been over the road know what rough wild one it is evert on horseback in broad daylight They could see tho road only by the lightnings flashes To add to1 the terror the crook rose rapidly and threatened to sweep them away in the buggy They unharnessed their horse left the buggy and both mounted on tho horse Presently a log in the stream was seen com lag duringa flash of lightning but they couldnt dodge it The log struck the horse and down in the rushing torrent went horse and meli They held on to the horse honevr and pulled themselves flit They finally made their way over to Salt Lick vf hero they pro cured a vehicle and enmo on to town the same night It is ten ct perience to talk about to go that road in calm daylight on horseback To attempt it at night in a buggy is heroism Add a wind rain and thunder storm and high water and it is enough to turn hair gray They sent hack and got their buggy Reid said that while they wero on tho horse in the wafer he thought of TIlE OUTLOOK coming out with a report of their death by drowning cc iJc7P ti FIXI FIMALE COIIKGE See nil Madison Institute Principal W Jr in well known IIIIlutratetllccturcI which arc also a feature of his school Ho is a toucher of long and smctissfiil experience nnd he has chosen his ten teachers with great care front graduates of Bryn Ir Universityof Michigan Cin cinnati Conservatory of Music andc other leading institutions of Amer ica nod Europe Each Is n speci alist CONFEDERATE VETERAN RECNIOX Wednesday Aug 14 line been fixed for tho big Confederate Vet prans Reunion It will Lexington and be held at tho HorsoJ Show Fair and Carnival andall Confederate Veterans and their wives will be admitted to grounds free of charge and royally enter tamed by tho Elk Ono cf Jau a berts ramous burgoos will be pro vided in addition to a basket piC- nic besides the fair attractions which will be free as above A ga day for the Vets LOUISVILLE TOIJACCO MAKKET George R Snyder of tho Stono Tobacco Warehouse CoJuno 29 1901 Irregularity has boon ono of time marked features of the market this week on all grndos of Burley tobacco and the rejections have been quite large There is not as much speculation in the market as there wns two weeks ago Information goes to show that there is a goodsized crop set out and it is growing olf nicely This to some extent may have caused the irregularity to that hIs shown itself this week lie Ax AbfoKa ExiERICNCEWrit- ten by u Vaudeville Actor Dear Editor You can hear people say every day what n good time we actors have nothing to do but travel over the country and sue the Seen ride on the ears nnd stop at hotels This is five of experience out in KnnsascArrived in Lost Springs at 8 a By hustling up the cooks nt hotel wo ate dinner at oclock Supper we ate cold consisting of prunes rlct and corn bread Left town at 4a m arriving at Durhoiu 6 a m Tho hall wo wore to play in was burned to the ground few nights before wo landed so wero forced to play on an open stage Ltiik again i at the lie jjinnihg ot the evening perform unco a large rain pushed ltd way is forth drenching and thoroughly ringing our wardrobes Left Liar niu 915 a m on a freight trait boUrfi nnd 5 Kirnicq KJ hi miles Arrived nt Lehighate meals at grocery Htorc hall a ring ami o in money stolen rIfpocket in tho dressing room during performance Lft Eehiglt early overland for Mound Ridge rocky and hilly had to drive 4 miles out of the way on account of bridge being washed out arriving p iii Business hum retired of early amused myself listoning to ime bedbugs turning somersaults ver thrt wasliKtHtid Took exercise during the night hunting for rime of invisible feather pillow Roe early washed in a mackerel kit iiing homemade soap flavored with hie Boughs ate etale breakfast Left own in a wind storm ate dust and dirt for 18 milos arrived at Ininan t noon sat in office 4 hours adiok ing threefprs Yes it really is a pleasant life Keep away from Kansas yoti want to nave your money One night stands hotels bummy Mighty high winds dry and sunny Dont go to Kansas to gather your honey JA8 T SWETNAM ON TOE WIND Olive Hill Kyj uno 23 lOalDEAit OUTLOOK A note to your readers may be interes ing so hero goes We are tonight ing farewell io our Old Ken tucky home for while sitting in my camp surrounded by 100 men writing this there is being pulled up to our tent on the C de O R Ran elegant passenger coach and baggage car and ere sotting of another sun we will blifl farewell to the pUcid waters of old Tygart and a sad farewell to our tucky home We go from here to Gallipolie Ohio said to be 125 miles and 35 miles above Huntington and will begin work on a line 105 miles long running through Ohio Indiana and into Chicago The boys are all well and are well satisfied Some well known to your people I will of later on We have met with much experience and have boon treated with much hospitality since leaving pwings yule havo traversed dalo and dell met and conquered rattlesnakes and copperheads discovered caves and bees the latter in a bluff 100 feet above ground and being hon ey hungry put dynamite in the bluffor cliff blowing bees honey and bluff into another In the wonfen we find bouuttunn domed in tho middle of the mountains whose rosy cheeks would put to shame tho beautiful tinge of a fullripe peach and upon whose ruby lips seems to linger tho nectar upon winch the gods do Her Suffice to say do not be surprtsed if one of our boys does not raako his Mark and leave Kentucky with a fair and blushing bride ut sweet sixteen Wa have u pet- e squirrela pet crow a dummy won key a bear and a dog Trixey all in camp and you can imagine wo have a time Well wilt rtondsrs never cease I ace that West End Tied done a sensible thing and taken unto him rje r iai pelf a butter aunt 1 sincerely di wish Mr and Mrs B F Pnrsiil much good luck and happiness un hounded So do Inlill wish thc other couple sunshine through life with jiul enough clouds to make tho showers refreshing 1 will will now spertk of our hoys V H Lawson Jr has returned the Sunny South with him bonny bride nee Miss Matthews ic at liorao to his many friends at time Ventura lintelat Ashland ChurlcB Needhani has gone back to Ohio Cyril Nast is now at Ashland Will McDonald is ut PointI Ploasant West Va vrliero we will begin work this week J j Mark better known in Bath as Clever has been at Konovn W Va the past week Bibliy and Dris cull are nil right Iud frequently inquire about Red Emmons and other friends The boys dropped silent tear when Jim time pet of the gang turned his faco toward tho setting sun and left tins morning for his home in Bath Ho left of his own accord as the company was anxious for him to go on Charles Johnson John Pur John Jackson whom tho ladius niimiro and your scribe of Bath county Claud Cooper aiid James Johnson of Bourbon countya0 Jo Walsh Coopers partner of Nc- wYor1e among tho elect to go on the lofig Hue and 1 preSuide all of thorn will go The bosses aro per feet gentlemen J W Pulliauj of Georgetown Ky ono of the best and most trusted men of the com panywill start in a few days and drivo tho line to Georgetown and my friends whom ho may meet I say Short is all right lie will join tho company later at Gallipo During his absence your scribe will be foreman of the trimming gang owing to having Some expe rience in time jungles of Old Knin tuck Murk has a cinch mind do not forget it he curt b9 abut nearly anywhere he wants to go where the company line business lie is ev erybodys favorite and especially think him a smooth ar ticle of the Kentucky type lie will got a vacation soon and spenU it in Bath BO he says hut from the pres cOt appearance we dont think ho con leave Olive Hill Politically everything here is for Bill Mc Kinley and free souphouses The eating is unexcelled by that of any hutch ill the State and you hot sour sweet lifo the writer Long Hun grylmfll Dummy do ample jus ute to it when the word all right giviii which signifies ready mind jrt to it or break your neck trying Fur lack of spacu we will make mention in our next of time gentle men whr took righ the mill night exprrs rah over his tent rs and bent tit train to S klicr n minutes in Inn sleep Later Point Pleasant W Vat June 25Arrivednil O K anti it was a gala day for the hoys indeed is every town along tho lino was pumped entirely dry in search of mineral water It is said to be onb time happiest and quietest ape uialri ever run into the city Point Pleasant and Gallipolia arc beau tifulcities situated on the banks thb Ohio the formers inhabited by 5 000 people and the latter from mix to eight thousand Great pre parations arc being made lucre to celebrate the Fourth There will be bicycle sack mind foot racesalso boat excursions to all important points The majority of sports and tho writer prefer the boat excur sion to footracing climbing the greased pole and catching greased pigs consequently will either go to Cincinnatior Charleston It rains hero nearly every day and the far mere are greatly behind with their work We hud a fearful efectric and wind storm here Tuesday The last we heard of Jaco ho was try ing to make up his mind to loave Olive Hill- Fearing my letter will go to the waste basket I will now close wish ing the many readers of THE OUTLOOK a glorious and happy Fourth Ring off JutEs KENDA- LiENaLrsruEANPRopuEcrAt oneI of tlio clubs the other evening a Radical member of Parliament of tho Labouchore stripe after listening in an interested way to uehJ sincere praise of tho United States and the part the Republic is play tug in the worldasked thb ques tionIIIf you are such admirers of America why dont you join her Join her said onehow Abor ish the Empire which seems to be going to the deninition bowwows anyway and turn in the whole as sets of the concern as so many states of coloiof the Great Re public Now I wean what I say and Ibelieve the British people will be asking themselves this proc tical question some day not in our time but within a period of fifty years hence Look at the problem ahead of us Docs any sane man suppose that with the marvelous prosperity of time United States which has as it were only begun does any one suppose that our North American possessions will continue to hang on to our decay ing old fabric of government with all its royalistic tomfoolery If suchii man is around he ought to be locked up in an usylum for the weakminded No Canada Will go her way and the straight road for 1bor is across the Niagara bridge righ down to Washington That Is tlfe inevitable dostinution Na ture has made the New Dominion a part of the Republic nnd a lot of politicians at Ottawa and anoth er set here in St Steohons cannot i J A deIPlgnas surely as tre lost the thlrteei eoloniex Now turn your eyes in anotfie direction to Australia How lon will it be before that vigorom young commonwealth which lini the most progressive views on gov ernment of any country in tho world how long will she continue tied to our chariot I venture the prediction that robe will not he a part of the Empire when tho Duke of York ascends the throne if ho over does ascend it What have you loft when these go India und South Africa Well they may bb taken away bofpra either of the other two goes of her own accord Tho Empiro is intact now My policy would be to republieaniza it mind turn it over to olr brethren across tho water Then we should hare one stupendous government foundnd on tho principles of freedom H government that could defy time world and maintain the peace of tho world Suchan empire would fall to pieces of its owi weight was ono of the comments mado in reply Yesretorted theRadical droarn or thut is what omniciont Times said about tho American Republic when the war for the separation of the Union broke out The bubble lots burst was the note it gave out in triumphant glee Your great nbout thb same time said that Jefferson Davis hind cro atari a nation They are a beautiful brace of prophecies are they not The fact is the first shot of the slaveholders rebellion ushered in a now Htinn and nheh Deweys guns awoke the echoes of Manila Harbor and another Spanish fleet shot to pieces on the Cuban coast tho star of British empire paled in tho blinding light of tho star of the American Republic No more was saidHenry Dew ereai London Letter Iii Lexington LeaderNOTICE Public notice is hereby given that the Kern Company Limited of Memphis Tennessee has adopted tho following trade m rksilL K L Kern And Kern to be used in their business as timber dealers in Kentucky That all Staves Logs or Lumber branded with either of saul trademarks the property of said Company i THat saul Company has booms at Farmers Rowan county Kentucky und at Parks FehryKicholas coun ty Kentucky for the purposp of cutchnj Bjavo logs and other timber products j That nd person Ia6it riglit to catcH any of said companys Staves Logs or other timber products in Licking river or its tributaries above either of said booth and all persons are hereby forbidden from doing so unless authorized to do so by said Company or its agents or contractors in and any person vlOlRtingth liiws on this subject shall bo rigidly prosecuted Special attention is called to the Kentucky haws on this subject Acts Kentucky Legislature 1000 Chapter 82 An Act to revise and make uniform the laws of this Com monwealth concerning the branding and drifting of trees logs or other forms of timber and i lso acts pro viding for punishing crimes and misdemeanors relating to same Sec 1 Provides for fees for taking up rafts fleets of timber boats railroad ties staves headings etc For rafts of riot less thai 40 logs 400 For platform of not less than 10 logs 100 For each saw logor tree twentyfive cents for ouch 1000 staves and Headings that are merchantable 300 These fees are for fleets rafts logs staves and headings taken up below the own ers boomsVSam Section Provides that nothing in this act shall be so construed as to permit the taking up any fleet of timber raft or plat form saw log or other log or tree prepared for the purpose of sale or any crbss of railroad tie board plank stave or other tim ber prepared for market above eay boom or otiier arrangements made by the owner for the preservation thereofSe 11 Penalty tor Defacing Brand Any person or persons who shall unlawfully cut out cancel obliterate or duface any brand recorded as provided by this act which shall have been placed upon standing timber saw log or other log or trees prepared for the purpose of sale or any cross tie stave heading or other timber prepared for market of another in this Com monwealth shill be deemed guilty of a felony and upon i thereof shall be for each offense I confined in tho penitentiary of this State not less than one nor more than three years Sec 12 Penalty tar converting branded timber Any person o persons who shall unlawfully take secrete cut saw split up or destroy any timber as herein provided or remove same from the main river on which the samo was ink en up with the intentto prevent the own er thereof from finding the Ram or in any way convert the saws t his or their own use without the consent of tho owner thereof or who shall fecdve same knowing Fame to have been stolen sbrll b deemed guilty of a felony and o conviction thereof confined in the ic r EUCENE MINIHAN MANUFACTURER OK FIRSTCLASS JtAND1ADEVSADDLES AND HARNESS KIND OF fciMy saddles are the cheapest for they rido the easieht look better 5rcF Wear longer thii any saddje mado They are made rlgityber Jot homo awl are lmntid made also have factory at 1tMY1tVbarest to use wear the longest and look nice all the time dos r put on n machinemade saddle on my handmade harness and call tinin llrilmdflhad5V tJ will save on immoiey oil Machuineuwdefluggy Harnesl rum fWhips and Hunters Axle Oil and Washers Harness and Soaps cSMail orders for Buddies promptly filled I aili Yours for the s anti harness EUGENE MINtkAN O NGSYILLE KY SAM PATCHISONIDRUCCISTVVFINE WHISKIES WINES TOBflCGOS CIGARS ETC MDFARISSUCCESSOR tOnderiaker Dealer And rUrnftiMASONIC ELJ3G WIKGSYIL LEi it J L HESS FUNERAL DJIlECTORi KyJA HIGHCLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIaLSV 7 Strongest faculty in the State Teachers odtientedat theleuudingV etitutione of this country and l VIt1i briinnt recprds a I1f r 1 tars everyone a specialist in tier dcpiirtmeot JUusie clepartment ex ceptionally strong Good table Location beautiful and healthful billy one serious case of sickness in 12 years Ncr fussy teachers mr ploy tlFrequqhtmlhustrnted le ttrej hythc prln iplon his reccat r travels in Egypt Palestine and Europe freo to the school Send for i cataloguesost AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY1T IncotEoratedl CAPITAL STOCK 25000 OQ RESERVE SURPLUS H 125000 tJ VAMOUNTPAIOAddress nfl correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS 3 STATEMENT OF II eo CONDITION OF FARMERS BANK OWINGSVIltEky At cloao of business June 20 1001 RESOURCES Loans and discounts less loans tp Diroctors207700 50- Lbatis toDJroclorsOfllcers not Included 4060U Loans to Officers 00000 Overdrafts 1484J Bnklngl seFurnitroc 6000 00 Duo from Natio- nalBanksTT49S j Due from State Banks 109555 Cash 1050608- Ilivehifo Stamps 105 04 93385 42 323841 26 2JOOOOQUndivided CashierSworn IU BPOWN Notary Public Correct JT KIMBROUGH F M EWING I Directors J B VVVVV =VTVV- = fV Quarterly port of The i OWINGSVILLE GflAt tho closo of business June 23 1901 r RESOURCES Loans and Discounts f80s0 29 OverdraftsJDS Iii Due froni National Banks VI77D7hi Due from SttoBks and Bankers 1253 80 Cash 3931 4222083 07 Other Items arriecl as Cash 31 25J Banking loueand Lot 2898 2 Furniture auidFlxtnres26239Ex- penseAccount 1402 C2 Re venue Stumps lIS 17 M7Jr 2i BROWN Cashier sworn before by T H July 1001 Vfor W P Circuit Courtr J M RICHART C W HONAKER J IL RICHART T DROWN j VV penitentiary for not less than one nor more tlfan three years You will take further notice that Prater Coburn of Partners Ken tucky has the contract for delivering the staves for the various yards to Farmers Ky and that Hazel Bridwell of same place has the contract for catching same Ton KEa COMPAST Ltd May Oth 1901 BEWAKI A liberal reward wjfl be given to any persons for information lead ring to tho arrest and conviction ofI any person or persons caught tak ing staves out of the river and se crating them or converting them to their own uoVPRATER COBCEK oGood whisky is both doctor and Better looking titan doctors bettor tasting thou nil medicines For general family use nothing equals whisky and HARPER AYhis ky is proeminontly tho family whis plan Springs Ky 7 w LIABILITIES Capital Stock VVV 4000000 Fumi to pay Taxes 78400 3jUp1lltional Banks 2I VV VieImdfvLtuil Deposits 2Z0I66i82 323412VV T GOODPASTER BANKING LIABILITIES S Fund 1551V im 23 TH Suibscribeland to rfte JAUEgL rCpNNEBP ii VVV t Owlngsn i r t i CnpitaIStockaidiui30Q0QQV 220q75Due l lresidentVDirectorsVVfVWe NeeduttiWE MUST IIAVE ITIAll those indebted to us please call and settle We would not jjslc VV you were we not compelled to eel bet to pay our debts S SLESSER j J1RBucktorV1V Farmers Ky- MANUFACTURER OF 1Ifence and Tobacco Barn juV fPerJltItor lit I Owingsville Outlook OrTLODK PUnLISIUNG co PuMlihf OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY t LESSONSfolly and mtdnest to sit down In aadneli the put when the future U I ours tbeIWe may list for the bird 0nl1o and look tbr the flowers 4ItIs true there are hours when bird songs flowersItI with their beauty and brightness our cloom When to ease the hearts aching we would welcome Its breaking To gain thus Ihe stillness and rest of the tomb- I When springing all round us are sharp thorns that wound us And many the pitfall that He In our way fierceCAnd Hopes beacon sheds not one gUm merlrK ray But the dark clouds that over lIfe fair hoerI bleiKlnca and melt soon to rain While the suns brlchter shining will t shame our repining gladItile hath its lofter III cares and Us IThocrosses loss and the cross may still be for our best And etch homely duty hold some hidden i Een ingofrest- Thus beauty by labor we learn the sweet mean by pain may we measure the worth of allh by the wants wr pleaiurej by contra t we bor nd sweetness fuller een 1than Corson own In Minneapolis House Copyright ISM by J B LJpplncott Com panT All rights reserved CHAPTER XIU COXTIXCKU Holbin had heard of Frances latest whim the union soldier He had not 4 interested himself in the letters wel tare but he made his appearance in the wingroom on the day after Louise had been pacified and finding only mammy there with the wounded man he entered and engaged him in cheer ful conversation He gave him the stet news from the front and supplied him with cigars Responding to these attentions the soldier readiIatold hit story When the name of Richard Somers hil former enemy was l reached Holbin was visibly excited rr SU11 not for one instant did it occur to him to connect the presence of the wounded man in that room with the fact that Somers was his captain ands the soldier himself naturally took it for granted that the cause of his pres enee was well understood by allcFrances found Holbin there and stood silently resentful upon the threshold until he had explained his visit 1 am told by the clerk in the de part mento he said that you had secured a pass for sour protege and I was repentant that you had bren forced to ge there in person I have jcajled now to offer my assistance There is something else to be done for a wounded man betides getting him a pay He must hue transportation and assistance generally I I hae been thinking of that she admitted troubled If I may be allowed to do a wound edenemy a service snid Holbin I ehall take him in my buggy to our outposts I am sure that he will be greatly obliged The soldier expressed him self grateful and Holbin went away making light of the service and with out further effort to trespass upon the gIrl rare mood DP the inner stair be paused In l rji ought his dark face sang triumphant His moth er met him In the hall loon and read excitement in his every move meat What Ia itsRaymond lie heel tated and smiled wickedly I am afratd even you would be shocked mother mine But trust me when I do tell you about it you will not be ashamed of your cub p Raymond how dare you The r woman face grew crimson and then ir white asr from a sudden terror He showed hrsttetband disappeared before she could Mop him Angry and kunllI she sought her own room wounded soldier rode next day with Raymond Holbin his pale face reflecting the light of libertys sun not yet risen for him his blue uni form lusted and cleaned until every button was as of gold Goodby miss he said HI de e liver your message an I know thn ti capn H be a proud man to see me 1t back He offered mammy his last greenback but it was indignantly re fused witnessesI being present S t goodtownf i1 It will be said the soldier Kim tplyt Holbin returned next day and gave 1avivid account of his parting with the hay prisoner and then he im mediately sought his own room but not before France a little ashamed of herself had thanked him warmly for hrs kindness to her soldier I confederateI1 lying deadwithin their lines He bad been shot from behind with a zlpistol held to close to his coat that it was Burned by the powder The Vs1rafforded but a few minutes dieuscbn for the explosion of fire ea4arms was almost incessant at times and dead men in June 1S62 were 5 plentiful around Richmond The only part of the mystery worth consider 5i ing from the military standpoint was t3 bow the nan got thfough the lines at that particular place A watch takenI from bII body contained the names of CapUtHichard Sorters and the regi i meat to which he wit attached ande also the likeness of an elderly wom victimpwas a deserter and robber that be had been captured s Killed while attempting violence troran escape The officer into whose potseuKm the watch drifted was in e e11f cbirgeTDf a burial party next diy under a flay ef truce and learning that Capt omrr was among the troops oppoiite tent the watch to him with a eeui eetrt explanation The grati feaU nefCapt Somera was only Cequs1eby his bewilderment Many i Jtweebefor he had intrusted the lewd toMs faithful artilleryman and this tGldier he had been assured was Aeftdead the bloody battlefield HIi conclusion was that some one bad 4 jr robbed the body it that tine and z Jtla j jr 5 i 1s ai fr r cPzet C1a iI hid been overtaken by fate while la gafed In some othtr nefarious enter prise But when Capt Somers cas ually opened the locket and found therein a long slender curl of red dishgolden hair and on the narrow ribbon with which it was tied the name Frances ht was involved In a hopeless mystery He was within sound of the Richmond church belts that morning and between the inter vals of fighting and moving to new positions he had already in imagina tion entered that city The name thus sent was the only tidings of Frances he had ever received and it made him a sadly happy man CHAPTER XIV Locked within his own room Ray mane Holbin drew from hU pocket the packet of papers taken by him from the murdered man with the official order for which he had committed the crime The order read Pass the bearer Thomas Riley paroled prison er through the lineIt will not do Ixiiute much good anyway he saideven were 1 disposed to give it to her The name Martha Somern upon the sealed packet attracted his attention and he recognized in a Dela ware address beneath the home of Richard Soraers He remembered then the dead soldiers description of the battle in which he was wounded and guessed that the packet contained the papers given to him to deliver Holbin would hardly have troubled himself to wade through a score of farewell pages from a soldier to Ms mother and would have promptly destroyed the whole collection but that the remaining en velope addressed to Richard Somers lay before him and upon it his eye caught the Brookin crest This is very different he slid to himself with interest Let us set what Frances has to say to the fellow lie broke the seal and rend I send you hack welt and tier th man who saved your lIfe I found him icrlevnurly wounded prisoner It Is alt that have been able to do In return for your kIndness to me a stranger and for the wound you received In my house Think me not Indelicate when I say that th sweetest memory my heart carries Is In the memory of your faci beneath the match that night and of thf word Frances my wife which you haw en graved In your locket and over which I have placed a message to you Forgive me It can nrver matter much for a sra of blood rolls between ur Good night God be with you till we meet In HeavenFRANCES Holbin sat gazing blankly upon the lines Ills head was in a whirl Her husband her husband Pshaw he exclaimed with an uneasy beginingn f the damnable work out yonder today my nerves are simply unstrung litt took a bottle from lila dresser poured out a stiff drink and tossed it off with one gulp Then he went back to his table and picking up the letter read loudwound received in my house your face beneath the lighted match As he stood thus the letter slipped from his hand Louise he whispered the man whom Louise shot Sot in all the vicissitudes of his wild career had Holbin received uch a shock of surprise His mind dazed anti bewilderedcould not ar range a deduction beyond the discov ry that Richard Somers was the roundIa whom so much of mystery hid gathered and that Frances referred to him in the tender word husband He laid his hand upon the bellcord and hesitated then his wicked smile came back again as he pulled it Tell your mistress Ishall be glad if sbe will favor me with her presence here he said to William When a few minutes later Mrs Brookin came into the room he failed to IU ar her What is It Raymond she asked He roused himself and spoke rapidly Frances got her wounded soldier a pass through our lines and to please I v THE CONFEDERATE PICKET FOUND A FEDERAL SOLDIER LYING DEAD WITHIN THEIR LINES her I carried him to the front After he left me 1 found these papers in the b uggywhere he had dropped them The fellows captain is Richard Somers Richard Somers notfromgritulate you upon She read it rapidly and when her amazed face was lifted he added Your soninlaw doesitAncwer that question for roe moth er my head has ceased to be of any assistance Undoubtedly however the woman who you lead me to believe gave ysy d Somers wife and has forfeited her right to any part of her fathers es late Madam fortune favors the bold I congratulate you His manner be trayedan intense excitement and bitterness qulrtlIt seems that he was her husband priortoYes the night before The ton looking upon his mothers face could find no evidence of satisfaction there It was ghastly Why what Is it nowA stronger will and a clearer hud than we imagined hit been at war with us rdo not know the law but they were trying to defeat the will In ad vance Jt does defeat it in some way or ouY enemies would not have taken the risk If Frances were really married before the will was signed she cannot comply with its requirements and the law will not demand an impos sibilityWell He bent forward hU voice reduced to a whisper Exceptlorupon the day that Frances comes of age and that day is near at hand A long silence followed and then the eyes of mother and son met Do you not share alike if the will falls No The intention of my husband will be operative only the condition fails There Is no hope that way His mother looked from him and poke slowly Ic there no remedy he asked Yes If Richard Somers is not liv J f F r f T ing when Frinorc nomei of age or should Frances Mother mother take care The word burst in sudden energy from the wretched man Lift a hand to harm but one hair of her head and by tile Mother of noelIHush lIuhlshe said quietly Ihuasafe Swear it Read the other letter she ui i disregarding him It is likely that 1 man would mention lilt wife in his last letter to his mother Knyinond stripped off the envelope and shookltwo letters to the table One giNothinghis eye hurriedly over the lines ulrs Brookin lad picked up the other which tiIVetiRaymondthen leaning forward excitedly trail aloud Go to the girl I marrlrd at your ruiiifM and say death has dissolved th bond Ilrrak the news to her at gently as pos thlIevtpared the way by your partiality and lonellnrs and xeeee of Rrntltuue afrnin pllsheil the rest let me rnnfef that have been foolish love her thtom to return snd openly seek her out Hut this cursed war has killed my dream Iirav albeto her Mad say that since he met her Rich ard Homer has loved her us a man love but oncedi tthewhile in Paris and containing a teiulei farewell Ills now plain to me he said Tin meddlesome scoundrel Rrndnar is the author of the whole Mr Brook aina11crtfformcontinue to be their Richarc oSomers bThesuppose ere this made a full report The man who lost gccUt ethroughJinynuondlcmatter We are kill ing them in front of our lines every day One behind counts for little Hi had a pass I needed it I need it now more than ever The womans fact glowedwith a sudden light You are too rash In bo take no steps before con lIltingm In the meantime these papers have no value dButtnor it may be valuable some day a evidence that Richard Somers is dead One by one Holbin held the others over lighted matches and saw them vanish into cinders His moth er placed her hand upon his shoulder Raymond you are again planning to cross the linestI know what I am doing Do not seek to influence megWhat do you meancThere is no time for explanation nor is gunderstand mthatbTherean army she said I have seen it hbattleThat is one he replied and men who serve their country in time of war are forgiven many things I an in possession of that which will se cure for me a review of my case and restore to me my commission hna offered my sword to the confederacy once the next time 1will offer it point firsttYou have valuable information for sale IK that what you mean Go slow upon that line if you draw your sword against Virginia openly you sacrifice all interests here Better be a friend to both sides and when yo Uacome back with proofs that Richnri Somers is really dead all may yet be well If she is free at 21 the will- is binding even if it were held that she bait not already sacrificed her in terestsCome what may he said pas sionately while I live Brodnar shall never see Frances Brookin the wile in truth of Richard Somers Nor while I live said his mother there is my hand upon ito5Keep out of it mother keep out or you will regret Itliald the wretched man- Ungrateful boy Where is your promise Do you repudiate that Hue you forgotten your dangergSo but she shall not suffer at your hands Leave her to me And mother if you ever find us dead to gether in that room downstairs have no thought of me The man who Imp neither love nor revenge has noth- Ing to live for He seized his bat and rushed from her presence To Be Contlnuedl HE WAS A MIGHTY RICH MAN Bat III Wealth Conlilrd In Xtrer Qytlmf Anyone a Gent A gentleman recently took a ride with an old New England farmer through one of the pretty little vll lages that are common in that region during which some of the men in the neighborhood came under criticism says the Chicago TimesHerald Speaking of a prominent man in the village the traveler asked Is he a man of means Well sir the farmer replied h hasnt got much money but he a mighty rich He has a grfit deal of land then 0 was asked No sir he hasnt got much land either but he is mighty rich The old farmer with a pleased smile observed his companions puzzled look for a moment and then explained You see he hasnt got much money and he hasnt got much land hut still he is rich because he never went to bed owing a man a cent in nil his life He lives as well as he wants to live and he pays as he goes He doesnt owe anything and he isnt afraid of anybody He tells every man the truth and does his duty by himself his family and his neighbors His word Is as good as his bond and every man uptohasnt got much land but hes a mighty rich man because hes got all he wants Called to Preach The old negro was wprking in the ySuddenlyward the sky he exclaimed grassydehot dat I blieve dis darky am called to preach Booker T Washington in Outlook Take a Town of Your Own She A small town may poke fun at 0 larger one but if e large town poke troubllabcadWuhlnrtoD + t COMMENDABLE ANGER Talmage on How to Be Angry and Still Sin Not uerhuntnntea llrtween the Offence nuil tlir OITenilrrrWe Shoiilil HP Iiiillaiinnt at One anti Iily he Oilier Copyright l louls Klopsch N Yl mDrupon till and especially upon those ven to iiiick temper text Ephe nus iv M Re ye angry und sin n iuiEquuipostcuuce forbearance are extolled byal most of the radiant pena of inspira ii hut my text contains that which lirxt sight is startling A certain ki ndof auger is approved aye lire comiiiandjj to indulge in it The most of us have no need to cultivate b Fiingsed impulse which we are sorry for Ie caffecte apostle Jaul dip his pen in the ink lorn and trace upon parchment after syland slim iuot1thMy text commends a wholesome in lignation It discriminates between he offense anil I he offender the sin a the sinner the crime aunt the tc riminalshTo illustrate Alcoholism has ruined more fortunes blasted more home destroyed more souls than ny evil that 1 think of It pours river of poison and fire through thuann ations Millions have died localise f it and millions lire dying now and others will die Intemperance is at ld sin The great Cyrus writing o the Lacedemonians of himself oastedof many of his qualities among others that he could drinich and bear more wine than his distin uislied brother Louis X and Al the Great died drunk The parliament of Edinburgh in 16G1 is in history the drunken par li hanmentmason anti afterward a worldre nowncd geologist writes of the drink ing habits of his day saying When t liheuit inheWhen an apprentice joined they rank In the eighteenth century i he giver of an entertainment boasted that none of the guests went away sober Noah the first ship captain was wrccKcd not in the ark for that was safety laudedbut he was wrecked with strong drink Every man or woman rightly constructed will blush with indignation at the na tionalund international and hemispheric and planetary curse It is ood to be aroused against It You ome out of that condition a better man or u better woman lie ye nn ry at that abomination and the goreHut that aroused feeling ecomes sinful when it extends to he victim of this great evil Drunk enncss you are to hate with a vivid latred but the drunkard you are pity to help to extricate lust take into consideration that here are men and women who once were as upright as yourself have been prostrated by alcoholism Perhaps it came of a physicians pree Kcription for the relief of pain are currencc of the pain calling for a continuance of the remedy perhaps he grandfather was an inebriate and the temptation to inebriety leaping over a generation Las swooped on this unfortunate perhaps it was under an attempt to drown trouble that was sought after perhaps it was very gradual chaining of the ma thoughttonounced itself master Be humble now and admit that there is a s probability that under the ame circumstances you yourself might have been captured The two appropriate emotions for you to allow are indignation at the intoxicant which enthralled and sympathy for the victim Try to get the sufferer ut of his present environment rec ommendIInJ hygienic relief that you know of and above all implore the divine rescue for the struggle in which so manyof the noblest and piveippics about what the man ought to have been and ought to have done While your cheek flushes with wrath at the foe that has brought the ruin let your eye be moistened with tears of pity for the sufferer In that way you will have fulfilled the injunction of the text Be ye angry and sin notcThere is another evil the abhor rence of which you are called to gamblingshow that much of this devastation parlorsItpolite and gracious as it is harmful Indeed there never were so many people trying to get money without earning it But it is a haggard transgression that comes down to us from the past blighting all its way I have seen in the archives of the nation in this national capital a large presIdentsaccount in his own Handwriting of gains and losses at playing cards on one page the gains and on the other the losses and there are many pages In other days many of national reputation went from the halls of congress and the senate chamber to spend the night in notorious gam bling saloons One of the ablest men of the centuries Charles Fox rot ready for his speech against The Petition of the Clergy by spending 22 hours at the gambling table Irvf ings life of Oliver Goldsmithsa that the great poet lost 430 all his earnings in u short tour to see the world Gibbon the author of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Em pire came to his own decline and fall through gaming practices and in a letter in 177G said I have undone myself and it is to no purpose to conceal from you my abominable madness and folly I have never lost so much in five days as I have tonight and I am in debt to the house for the whole But while you are hotly indignant against the crime how do you feel about those who were fleeced and slain They did not know that their small boat was so near the maelstrom Some of them were born with a tendency to recklessness and experiment and hazard They inherited a disposi Lion to tempt chance Do not heap on them additional discouragements Jo nut deride their losses Help them to start again Show them that there are more fortunes yet to be gained than hue yet been gathered and that JQlr c with God for their friend they will be provided for her and through the Sa vlours mercy they may reign forever In the land where there are no losses and infinite gains While you may red den in the face at the fact that gambling is the disgraceful mother of multitudinous crimes of envies jealousies revenge quarrels cruelties falsehoods forgeries suicides mtir tie rs and despair be careful what you say of the victim of time vice and what you do He needs lit ore sympathy than fadman who came up front inebriety any such repent anti are saved buttno nfirnmed gamblers hardly ever re ft rmorDuringthecoursseofaprolongedmin istry I have seen thousands redeemed almy of them who were clear gone in n by Almighty grace rescued In l parts of this land timid in some parts of other lands I have seen those who Iwere given up as incorrigible and lost recovered for foci nail Heaven but 1boat many confirmed gamblers have I seen converted from their evil ways A thousand No Five hundred No fty No Two No One No read in a book of one such rescued I have no doubt there have been other ses but no evil does its work so antI eternally as gambling Such almost hopeless of reformation ought to call forth from you deeper nmpatluy than you feel for any other Pity by all means for ose who shipwrecked and bruised among the timbers have nevertheless cli an bydmore pity for those who never react ore but are lashed to death in the breakers Be angry at the sin but sympathize with its victims There is another sin that we are oftentimes called to be angry with d that is fraud We all like honesty and when it is sacrificed we are vc hcment in denunciation We hope jifofficial of the burglar who blew up the safe of the clerk who skillfully anged the figures in the account honk of the falsifier who secured the loan on valueless property of the agent who because of his percentage wrongfully admits a man to the benefit of a life insurance policy when his eart is ready to stop and who comes from an ancestry characteristically short livednOne act of fraud told of in big head nes in the morning papers rightfully the nations wrath It is the terest of every goodman and rood oman who reads of the crime to have it exposed and punished Let it go unscathed anti you put a premium on ln fr thdtmcetween right and wrong to get down on the wrong side and you put the busi 1 n fihemust do their work nut while the f laorprison doors be it your work to find o w tihatoverthrow Perhaps he started in business life under a tricky firm who ave him wrong notions of business integrity perhaps there was a combination circumstances almost unparalleled for temptation perhaps there were alleviations perhaps hmwas born wrong and never got over perhaps he did not realize what he was doing and ifOU are a merciful ma n you will think of other i jjiready repented and is washed in the b aloodHeaven as you are What an n wiiyYou were angry at the misdemanor but you are hopeful for the recovery of the recalcitrant Blessed all prison reformers Blessed are those gov ernors and presidents who are glaiwhen they havevi chance to Jtt hhewith Him to glory saying This day shalt thou be with lie in Paradise There is another evil that we ought to abhor while we try to help iiiteavictim and that is infidelity Ittsnatches the life preserver from Iii man afloat and affords not so much as a spar or a plank as substitute It would extinguish the only light that has ever been kindled for the troubled and the lost Let the spirit of infi delity take holelofa neighborhood and in that town the marriage relation isa farce and good morals give lace to all styles of immorals Let itntake possession of this earth and there will be no virtue left in all titeLworlds circumference All the sins rebuked in the Ten Commandments would be dominant The torch that shall kindle the conflagration of the earth in its last catastrophe will not do as much damage as would infidel i ty and agnosticism if they got Um- ehance Be angry with such theories of unbelief and hatred of God Never laugh at the witticisms of those who would belittle the Bible with their jocularity Quote to them the lour lines of WhittierhAnd weary eekers of the best questToIii In the book our mothers read Have a lightning in your eye and a flush in your cheek and a frown on your brow for a dastard that would blot out the sun anti moon and stars of Christianity and leave all things in- na arctic night the cold equal to the darkness You do well to be angry hut how about those who have been flung of scepticism and that is more- millions than you will ever know of until the judgment day reveals every thing Ah here comes your opportunity for gentleness kindness and sympathy The probability is that if you land been plied with the same fluences as this unbeliever there would not be a Bible in all your house front cellar to attic Perhaps he was in some important transaction swindled by a member of the church whose taking of the sacrament was a sacrilege Perhaps he read agnostic books and heard agnostic lectures and mingled in agnostic circles until he has been befogged and needs your Christian help more than anyone that you know of Do not get into any labored argument about the truth of Christianity He may beat you at that He has a whole arm leryof weapons ready to open fire Remember that no one was ever re formed for this life or saved for the life to come by an argument but in humblest and gentlest way voice subdued ask him a few yourI tions Ask him if he had a akparentagehim whether the old folks died happy Ask him if he has ever heard of anyone going out of this life in raptures skofhim If it is not a somewhat remarkable fact that the Bible after so many years sticks together and that there are more copies of it in exist IfenCehe knows of any better civilization than Christian civilization and r 1 L s whether he thinks the teachings of Confucius or Christ are preferable Ask him if he thinks it would be a fair thing In the Creator of all things to put in this world the human race and give them no direct communica tion for their guidance and if titer did wrong tell them of no wayof recovery I think if a famous infidel of our time instead of being taken away instantaneously had died his beth after weeks and months ofI illness he would have tc and left for his belovedI mily consolations which t timid in obsequies at which not one word of Holy Scripture was read at Fresh Pond crematory where no Christian benediction was pro nounced I do not positively anc that in a prolonged illncxn there would lave been a retraction hut think there would The renowned infidel Mr Barker after upending his long life in lectur ng against Christianity in all our cities and in publishing large and elaborate books in depreciation of the Scriptures in the closing years of his life wrote to me that he had changed and that he would like to stand in my pulpit nail undo the evil that he had wrought for the most of his lifetime I wrote him in congrat illation for his souls sake that dha turned back from infidelity hut that I thought he could not undo the work of a lifetime and that he lunch talked so long on the wrong side did not think he could do anything talking on the right side The of Jthereligion have in their last days been brought to repentance anti eternal life Let the thunder of your whole some indignation be followed by the kindly rain of pity and love Be ye angrj and sin not But let me confess at this crisis oftmy sermon that there is not an nction in the Bible more difficult to bey than the words of the text While It applauds a wholesome Indignation it warns against sinful an ger And there is in all the realm of passion nothing more destructive than indiscriminate hate First of T a gangliahoselittle provocation go into highdud geon take umbrage without reason sn ap you up quick have ruined their and there is only one thing worse to ruin and that is the brain ar fr Jequenthe is an unbalanced man A businessman of our acquaintance said I cannot afford to get mad It hurts me so And if sinful anger damages tispositionmen clerks in stores who would have been members of great business rms and undcrmechanics who would ave been boss carpenters and at t orneys who would have been lead g advocates and preachers to con- regationsR who are starving them to death who might have had apprecia ne surroundings who have been ept back and kept down by ungovernable tempers The outbreak lasted only a little while but it impeded a lifetimeA thoroughly mad can say enough in two minutes to damage for 20 years It only took flue intite4 for the earthquake to dc s troy Caracas One unfortunate sea tence uttered in affront in a speech in the United States senate shut for ver the door of the white house alnst one of the most brilliant men of the Inst century You can ncertrust horse that has once run away and you do not feel like trusting a man lro has just once lost his equilibrium Surpassing all other characters in the worlds biography stands Jesus Christ wrathful against sin merciful to the sinner Witness His behavior toward the robed ruffians who de mandcd capital punishment for an offending woman denunciation for sinful hypocrisy pardon for er sweet penitence He did not speak of Meted as iris majesty or his royal highness but dared to compare him to a cunning fox say ing Go ye and tell that fox But lert to the cry of suffering He finds en lepers and to how many of the ten awful invalids did lie give con alescence and health Ten Rebuking Pharisaism in the most compressed sentence in all the vocab ulary of anathema Ye serpents generation of ipers1how can jv escape the damnation of Iuellyetlooking upon Peter with such tenderness that no word was spokenand ot a word was needed for the look spoke louder titan words AntI the ord looked upon leter and Peter went out and wept bitterly Oh what a look it must have been to breakdown the swarthy fisherman apostle It was such a hurt look such a be seeching look such a loving look such a forgiving look Was there any other being since time began such a combination of wrath against wrong and compassion for the wrongdoer Lion of Judahs tribe Hear that Lamb of God who tak th away the sins of the world ear that- Defying the mightiest government of the world the Roman govern ment yet rubbing His hand just be low tire forehead of the blind roan until the optic nerve of him who was born sightless is created and the sunlight has two new paths to tread Best illustration the world ever saw of anger without sin anger against the abominations which have mauled and blasted the earth from its deepest tavern to its highest cliff but so much pity for the sinning andsuf fering nations that He allowed them to transfix Him upon two pieces of wood nailed across each other on a day that was dark as the night the windows of Heaven shut because the immortals could not bear to look down upon the assassination of the loveliest being that ever walked the shore of the lakes or without pillow or blanket slept on the cold mountains Like Him let us hate iniquity with complete hatred but like Him may we help those who are overthrown and be willing to suffer for their restoration Then although at the opening of this discourse our text may have seemed to command us to do an impossible thing we will at the close of this sermon with a prayer to God for help be more rig id and determined than ever before against that which is wrong while at the same time we shall feel so kindly toward alt the erring and work so hard for their rescue that we will realize that we have scaled the Alpine the Himalayan height of my text which enjoins Be ye angry and sin not Who Could Have Told lit What an effeminate looking man Horace HIghmore is said the girl in the pale green shirt waist lies just as effeminate as he looks replied the girl in the Gainsborough hat I have been told he sits on the floor when he puts his shoes on Chicago Tribune tL IIFuNoRLDll WILUAM ICiHTreOTVI55Ct1EK new cheer ye freemen three times three Jinn fly the banner blgb the brightest flag beneath the sun that ever kissed the sky Blare the bugles beat the drums JInd make the welkin ring Roar all the bIg and little guns JInd high hosannas sIng Che glorious fourth is here again Great Independence Day that taught all men to know their rights Hod blazed lair freedoms way 1nerlca bas girt a belt Hround the roiling world In orient lands her standard stands the stars and stripes unfurled Che ever Taithful Isle hat laid Cut sway of tyrants lowi Columbia gave a helping hand With many a goodly blow he dancing sbadow of ber flag Ltd Cuba In the fight Beneath the sun of Liberty Hud in the field of Right 1Its tbe flag that patriots tree and tried of elt tiave faithful followed In the blaze Of fiercest battle when BmId tbt storm of sbot and shell JInd In the sulphrottsfume 1e god of Victory rode amain hulL bore his nodding plume Or breasting a resistless cbarge Ias wavered In the strife But rose again aad led the way Co save the nations life Old Glory banner of tbe free Butt bits a prouder name Blued in the annals of the world Or sealed a higher claim i Jlbout Old Glory memories teem JInd grand and grizzly souls Rave laughed and fought and wept and bled Where streamed Its blessed folds I Bud late the young men of the land Rave borne it on the way Where pans sound around the world from Independence Day Otr Porto Ricos seagirt laid Jfbove her palms and bloom the flag has Hther darksome clouds JInd flashed the tyraats door thus here and In the orient seas more millions now are free Jfnd HVJ in peace to sing the songs Of Love and Ciberty Bud with it all the north and South JIre bound in Love again Co foster TaUt and truth and Peace Tn Unions golden chain lbe flat of the fathers bold Who laid foundations deep for this republics structure fair Jfnd gave It us to keep Tree from the insolence or touch Of despots and their way Ts wrought and sealed and emblemfced- Tn Independence Day So cheer ye freemen I three times three J JInd fly the banner high the brightest flag beneath tbt sm that ever kissed the sky Two Sides There are two sides to evlry ques tion said the statesman who trie4 to be broadminded Sure answered Senator Sorghum One side does the buying and the other side does the selling Washing ton Star hope Spring Eternal Etc Lawyer As your husband died in testatc you will of course get a thirdWidowOh I hope to get my fourth He was my third you know Brook lyn Lila NOTES OF INTEREST In London 37000 girls attend cook ingclasses If the stem 01 a wine glass or vac is broken mending is sometimes pos sible by applying to the joints some easily fusible cement such as shellac through a silver tube The Young Mens Christian associa tion which has just celebrated the fifteenth anniversary of its organiza tion is established in 1500 places and owns propery valued at 20000 000 Not B Joke IB a dispute one cuffed the other on the ear Was that meant for a joVe or in earL nest J iniketi the victim hotly In earnest I That lucky for you I don t tats 1thinp of that kind for a joke Philadel phia Times e17I4fL1IIU EBB fluclucacrI am going into egg tone city man to another But chicken are difficult to manage in PV any considerable number I am told jtI intend to dispense with chicken en tirely I shall smplT raise e plants Pittsburgh ChronacleTeiegrapn s i The Summer Hotel Youngtinestlt serums to me that yooj 4 don t object to the mosqnmtoes singing t your room Old Guest You bet I dont Why when the mosquitoes are singing I cant hear the university glee club practicing on the piazzo Chicago Daily News sDo Vodr Feet Acne ant Burnt Shake into your shoes ulens FootEase a powder for feet It makes tight or New Shoes Feel Easy Cures Corns ItchingzSwollen Hot Callous Smarting Sore and Sweating Feet All Druggists and Shol Stores sell it 25c Sample sent Ad dress Allen S Le Roy N Y tLY BibbsNo man knows himself Gibb Thats so He would lose his bet W friend if he didSnmart Set fl e What you would do with a million dollars rmay be guessed by a study of what you da with one Good iheer eII Fisos Cure cannot he too highlv spoken ol as a cough cureJ W OBnen Ave X Minneapolis Minim Jan 6 1300 es s hixYou say he owes everything Be has to you Joai Worse he owes more than he has to me Philadelphia Record Nothing is so dangerous a foe to ambi tion as the flattery of inferiors Town Tpp jet s tCheck Coughs Colds and Croup With Hoxsiea Croup CurcXoopium50cU An old bachelor says that woman is the bitter half of man Chicago Daily News Women Must SteepAvoid HBPVOUS Prostration It you are dangerously sick what is the first duty of your physician He quiets the nervous system he deadens the pain and you sleep well You ought to know that when you ceased to be regular in your courses grow irritable without cause and pass sleepless nights there is serious 41ss ILanzzr trouble somewhere and nervous pros tration is sure to follow You ought to know that indigestion exhaustion womb displacements fainting dizziness headache and backache send the nerves wild with affright and you cannot sleep Mrs Hartley of 221 W Congress St 1 Chicago Ill whose portrait we pub llsh suffered all these agonies and fIt was entirely cured by Lydia E Plain hams Vegetable Compound her case should be a warning to others and her cure carry conviction to the minds of every suffering woman of the un failing efficiency of Lydia E Plnkhama Vegetable Compound Half RatesPlus 1O- ODAILY T BuffaloAND RETURN V VIA BIG FOUR ROUTE Afford ftoTlSIttheRainbow City PANAMERICAN EXPOSITION AM NIAGARA FALLS Round trip tickets to Buffalo and return will be sold every day incluoX lag Sunday commencing June hat at Irate of ONE FARE plus 5100 FOK r TIIE ROUND TRIP Return limit ten days from date of sale k Popular coach excursions leave Cin chiantI every Tuesday morning ln June on fast schedules at rate of one t cent a mile return limit two days I from date of sale allowing two tuft days at Buffalo StopOver Allowed a- tBUFFALO I Niagara Falls and t ChautauquaOn New York Boston And AH Eastern Points Union depot connections in CincinV natl avoiding omnibus tran- sfers45Dai1y4 Hours Quickest Choice of Lake Ride between Cleveland and Buffalo on C t B Steamers ftCall on or write agents Big Four for full Information time of trains 4 circulars of the Exposition etc WlRIM J ITICH P DUP- rOfBPitsiTStAtt AmGPTAi-J L REIVES Geal Agent CIJCISKATI 8 CUU Tr v PssAftCB- ATTA3OCOA TUHC intl = s Soidbydm 4 DtLi1rk i H t K = tit t STATE NEWS ITEMS iu rt lp GOOD ROADS CONVENTIONI 1SprA llnndrrd IIlenlln From All Over the State iddrrnsr Ilrllvrrrd I Louisville Ivy Jimp 28The llrstl Kentucky state fjood roads rouen lion lejnn here Thursday untl will continue through Friday Three scsj sions were held Thursday one or I temporary orpmization At the aflj enioon session mid muses were t by Oov O W IJeckliam Y Moore president of the National Good Hoids association and others At night the feature was an address Ity M O Eldridge assistant director in the office of public roads inquiries depxrtment of ngricnltnrr Washing ton Several hundred delegates are from all over the state tattendln interest was taken by the J visitors in the section of good road 1jUtcompleted in the eastern part the city by the experts on Ilimegood roads train Here it was that Ithafternoon session was held The Cteaktrs aroused great enthusiasm in behalf of good roads and the CM sago train will he sent to other see lions of the state to give further pub I lie demonstrations Every section of Kentucky is represented in the state asociation and the national good officers believe their visit here prove of great benefit 1iIl SUED JUDGE OREAR I Tlinmmi J HIcntafT Claims fllOOO 1aa tlnlanre line From the tm 4 IPId Lnv lArtnerlllp I a Mt Sterling Ky Tune 29 Thomas tJHigs1affof this city has filed suit against Judge C Orear of the np pel late court for 11000 which he t claims as a balance due from the un settled law partnership of HipUalT Orear which existed since 1858 until a r few years ago Mr HiRstaff is a son 1ofJames lligstafl one of the richest lrnlnin Eastern Kentucky and it was Igreatly through his influence and financial support that Mr Orear got j his start in the practice of law The suit will be an interesting one to the of this part of the state and I ftheoutcome will be awaited with in r terest by the friends of both parties bere KENTUCKY WHISKYi Zta Production Im to Be Curtailed to 23000000 Gallon In IDOl and 1002 Louisville Ky June 2Lt a meet Ing of the ways nnd means commit tee of the Kentucky Distillers asso ciation Mr T M iilmore submitted proposition to reduce the supply to 25000000 gallons in 1901 and 1902 ttheKentucky Distilleries and Ware Co to be allotted 12500000 gal Ions t pie proposition was agreed to nil j bill two of the distillers present sup presJIsbjllbe submitted vote for the agree IjJuent as seems generally expected ifo through as the combine is in its favor Cincinnati firms represented Thursday were G W Harris and Hoffheimer Bros PardonsII 29 W A I Lackey W J Chiles Judge Buckner IRadother Hopkinsville asylum offi 5 1 cials indicted on charge of gambling rwillappeal to Jov Beckham for par dons They charge that the indict i ments were returned out of spite I Lackey and others upon twhose evidence Dr L M McCormick jf removed from the su 1 pVrlntendency of the asylum on 1charges of immorality W M York Acquitted examinIkilling Ad Terry in the northeastern3 J part of this county was held Friday and York was acquitted The evi dence showed that he did not intend- to kill the boy but was aiming to kill John Terry the boys father who was advancing on him with n knife The boy was behind his father when the shot was fired Men to Wear Shirt WIt0 1tk Ky July 1Tte I J of the Central Christian t Sunday night announced from 1 the pulpit his wish that the men of congregation appear in shirt 1thc during the hot months He eekaskldthat the ladicn dist nse with their hats in church He e 5 jgIelas n reason that he belIeves 4 common sense in religion tLlgbtnag Tore Ilia Clothe Xicholasijlle Ky July IAdami Butler a Jfegro laborer was struck 1 by lightning Ills hat clothing and 4 were torn into shreds and two Yt4h his toes were severed from hla d Otherwise he was unhurt Warea Trial Postponed Hopkinsville Ky July IIn the t circuit court the case of J Dudley Ware charged with assaulting Rev V K liner pastor of Bowling Green I Methodist church was continued over j till next term and Wares bond re J If newed p Cldy Will Reslrn l Lexington Ky July 1 Superin tendent of County Schools M A Cas sldymviii tender his resignation as traveltof the American Book Concern t 5 Touched a Live Wire- S Hopkinsville Ky June 28 Hanrey 6 Boyd aged 20 on employe of the Electric Light Co was instantly kill livesan arc light Hb forehead lips and neck were i terribly burned and his face turned S I black in a few minutes Drowned While Bathing Owensboro Ky June 9John Ly sori aged 14 and Howard White 12 were drowned Friday while swim ming in Green river below Curds i 5 ville 1 Judge Dudley Denton 4 Somerset Ky June 28Judge Dud 7 ley Denton father of Collector of In ternal Revenue Judge James Denton 4 p 4i4 JudgeDoldest member of the Pulaski county I1I bar lie had been county judge and I jcountyattorney of Pulaski county1 i Get Thirteen Years J Mayfield Xy June 2SJhe Jury rendered a verdict against Bob Bul penItentiaryIIcihber in a drunken row j t1 r it t isI Sj isr 5qr5 LAW IN EFFECT ITHE ipivideil InCn Twa 1edernl Jiullelnl nCrlt 1nt ern nil Weitttrn Louisville Ky July Monday Kentucky was diviiKd into w fed eral judicial district iu uvordnnce with the law passed by the lisi i jrresK Judge Walter Kvaiii of Louis mule presides in the Western district and court will be held at Louisville Owensboro Pnducai anti Howling1 Green Judge A M Cochnine of Maysvillc will he the judge of the Eastern district Court will bo held at Covington Frankfort London nml liichmond At 11 oclock Monday morning the federal court in the new Eastern dis trict was opened at Covington with special ceremonies whiclr were wit nessed by several hundred of the most prominent lawyers and judges in Ken tucky antI Tennessee A D Jnmei wan sworn in as marshal of time West ern district Monday morning at 030 oclock by Judge Evans at Louisville and nt 7 oclock a special train started with Judge Evans and a large party to Coin ton SENSATIONAL DISCOVERY C H Church Und Prepared n Vault and Intended tn Ilnrn III Victim Ilody Louisxille Ky July lVhen the effects of C H Church the murderer of Mrs Emily Stuart who committed suicide were sold at auction a sen sational discovery was made at the little grocery store It was found that a trap door had been out in the floor just under the counter leading into a somali vaultlike compartment This had been filled with oil waxed paper nnd rags and it is believed now that Church intended to move Mrs Stewarts body down this trap door and then set fire to the house to hide all traces of his crime What kept him from carrying out his plan can not be surmised ARE IN JAIL A Jinn nail Wife Arreated For Kid naiilnff Their Own Child Which They mind Abandoned Lexington Ky July 1Iohert Mattox and his wife of Woodfonl county are in jail here on the charge of kidnaping Sonic time ago they abandoned their little son in thi city The child was token to the childrens home and rom there it was bound out by County Judge Itullock to a farmer of the name of Bailey Saturday night Mattox anti his wife drove to Baileys place and it is said took the child They were nabbed here Sunday morning by Chief of De tectives Stough The child was sent back to Bailey Child Dead Another Prlnir Louisa Ky July IThe boiler inn sawmill belonging to Simon Hart lett nt the mouth of Georges creek ten miles above here exploded Oscar Miller who was running the mill was badly scalded and his two children who were playing near the boil er were so badly scalded that one died Saturday night and it in thought the other one can not live InterState Confederate Home Lexington Ky June 29Ioeal confederate veterans have foVmulat ed a scheme to establish here an interstate confederate home The plan is to buy a farm and erect buildings of Miflicient capacity to accommodate n large number of indigent veterans The fund will be raised by subscription Diddled hint With Bullet London Ky June 29ln a free forall fight in Clay county between James Turner and William Turner sr and J IL and Henry Barrett the latter was riddled with bullets One of the Turners had been paying at tention to a girl Barrett married last week The killing had no connection with the feuds IV D Shaft Dead Owensboro KJV June 29W D Shntt county court clerk of McLean county died Friday at Calhoun of nervous prostration The county judge will likely appoint R G Cary the democratic nominee for that of flee to succeed him Exonerated Frankfort Ky July IState In spector limes was notified that the Christian county grand jury had corn pletely exonerated him from the charge of gambling Third Attempt Snceevcfnl Beaver Dam Kjv July LMisAlia Barnard committed suicide by swallowing carbolic acid It was her third attempt It is supposed Misi Barnard was mentally unbalanced Damaged By Hall and Wind Lexington Ky Tune 29t destruc tIe hail and wind storm visited Lex ington and vicinity late Friday A number of buildings were unroofed hundreds of trees were blown down and ninny acres of wheat were rca dered almost worthless Tobacco Destroyed Mayfield Ky June 9ire broke out in a rchnndling tobacco house in the east part of twon at 11 oclock Friday and it is a total loss About 15000 pounds of tobacco was destroy ed partially insured Won Oratorical Contest Lexington Ky June 9A TC Wright representing Georgetown college won the Chautauqua intercollegiate oratorical contest here Fri day receiving a prize of 75 Clark Tandy of state college was second receiving 25 Bradford tn Jail Mayfield Ky June 29 Deputj Sheriff Alf Brown came here frorc Martin Tenn Friday morningwitb Ed Bradford charged with setting the Mirror office on fire Thursday In default of bail he is now in jail Joint Board Meeting Louisville Ky June 2mA meeting of the joint board of the new nat versity to be formed from Central university and Center college will beheld here Tuesday July 2 at which final arrangements will be made and a statement of finances received Farmer Dropped Dead Owensboro Ky June 28T J Demerest of the Elba neighborhood dropped dead Thursday while shucking corn in his crib Ills death re suited from heart failure superin duced by the heat oJ r 1t I t t k 1 d Vj1 7 A THING OF THE PAST h tnt of Ii Volunteer nhnnInld Oft ntid Mnnlerrd Out of Sm lee iii San Krnnelneti San Francisco July 1I1I im orluit military events occurred at he Iresidio Sunday The retirement f Maj Cen W Slim fler and the iiiiKtoriitg out of four volunteer iofriiniiits Sen Shafler went on lie retired list at noon when he formally transferred the command of tin de burt teuit of California to Maj 5en S M It Young In tilt afternoon lit 41th tilth 4Mh and ISlli voluu leer regiments were mustered out nil mll ltcrillgnil of the four riU niHiits required tilt services of cijrlit nayinasters Oier one million dullai was disbursed TIlt money was taken from the subtreasury to the Ircsidio ill eight Uoherty wajfnns each under the charge of a paymaster and his clerk Fortylive artillerymen mounted ami armed escorted lilt treasure Ii nil pay corps to tilt reser vation lu order to protect the sol diers on the grounds from graft cm with their swindling devices 100 men of Troop F 15th cavalry wIt sta tioned around tIlt reservation Iwo of the regiments mustered out time 4Sth and 4Uth were colored aunt tIlt men had between three amid four months pay due them As soon as tilt volunteers lund been mustered tout they rushed to the railroad ticket of flee for transportation to their east ern homes Iolli the Santa Fe anti Southern Pacific general ticket oilices put on extra forces of clerks The ticket of flees were crowded till late in the night with discharged volunteers buy hug tickets Nearly 1000 tickets were Issued Dining the tiny an aeealentaishoot lug which may have a fatal ending occurred George Price colored of Kentucky Company G tSth regiment accompanied by John lIngers of the same company went into the store of lliren Bros to buy a revolver Price told the clerk he wanted a fnn like the one lingers carried Wit this Itogers handed his gun to tilt clerk without warning that it was loaded While the clerk was exam ining the pistol it was discharged The bullet entered Prices abdomen inflicting a wound that may result fatally There yet remains three volunteer regiments to be discharged the 13d 47th and 41st They will be pnidoil Monday The volunteer army will then have passed into history MARTIAL LAW IN PANAMA It Is Itenorted Thnt the Rebel Force Are Belne IlenrcnnUed and Mn Attack the CUT Kingston Jamaica July The steamer Orinoco which arrived line Sunday from Colon Colombia reports that martial law has been proclaimed in Panama owing to a report tlint the rebel forces are being organized- It also appears that considerable fighting is again in progress in till interior mill that the government is dispatching reinforcements arms anti ammunition to the garrisons in the Interior and also to certain coast towns H is further reported that stringent precautions are taken in Panama having the fear that the rebels will attack the city CLOSED ITS DOORS The City hank of Buffalo X V In tIt hands of the Controller of the Currency Buffalo X Y July 1A notice was posted on the door of the City bank Sunday to the effect that tht hank is in the hands of the controller of the currency and that it will iot open its doors for business Mondiy The bank officials refused to iiuke a statement Sunday night concerning the failure The members of the board of directors profess ignorance of 1he causes that led to the declara tion of Controller Dawcs anti Presi dent Cornwall of the bank denied himself to everybody VESSELS BUILT The Number Officially Numbered By the Benreau of Navigation Dnr lug the FInl Year 1178 Washington July 1Yessell built in the United States and officially numbered by the bureau of naviga tion of the treasury department dur lug the fiscal year ended Sunday umber 1173 of 401285 gross tons compared with 1058 of 405077 gross tons for the previous fiscal year The whole tonnage built has been exceed ed only twice in our historj in 1854 and in 1S55 when the maximum 583 450 tons was attained The Hartford at ConenhaRen Copenhagen July 1Tlm United States training ship Hartford Commander J II hawley arrived here Sunday afternoon The navy depart ment has reserved for her the best berth during her visit which will eon tinue two weeks The crown prince regent will entertain the otlwers of the Hartford at dinner Death of Iler Dr Snnderlnnd Catskill X Y July 1He Dr By ron Sunderlund of Washington died here from n blood clot on the brain Sunday morning at the home of his soninlaw Orrin Day president of the 1anners National bank aged 83 yearsWellKnown BUIIardlat Dead Chicago July William n lImit playerdiedpital after a long illness of liver trouble Harrison came hero six years ago from Portland Ore Hoy I Betrothal London July 1lt is reported in St Petersburg says a dispatch to the Daily Telegraph from the ilus ian capital that the cxarovitch Is betrothed to Princess Cecile daughter of tho late grand duke of Meek lenburgSchwercin Ten Venr In 1rlnon Kansas City July 1Mrs Lulu Prince Kennedy was formally sen tenced by Judge Wofford to serve ten years in the state penitentiary IhmlhipKennedy Drowned While Sirlmmlnir Warren Ill July 1Il Cm1nn one of the publishers of time Warren Sentinel Lender was drowned Sunday at Millville near here while swimming He was seized with cramps and perished before his companions could reach him- Belmont Seriously III Paris July 1Oliver II P Belmont if New YoVk is so seriously indisposed that he had to abandon his passage on the St Paul Ills physi claim has ordered him to Carlsbad us bOil as he grows a little stronger l Ci t 1 FIERCE STRUGGLE ON Union Employes if the American Sheet Steel Co Strike President SlinrTer of the AitinlKn- ninted Aimiiclntlon Sny It Will lie n lIlut to the Denth nnd Out to He lie iii ciii Itrel Pittsburgh Pa July PresidMit J T ShnnVr of tIlt Amalgamated As Soda ion of Iron Steel and Tin Work ers issued an order calling out oil union employes of the various mils of tilt American Steel loop Co known the hoop trust It is esti mated Ihiit 150UO men mire subject to tile emaIl which in eonneelion with the big strike of the American Shent Moid Co ordered by President Shaf fer Saturday willa fleet 51000 men President Shatter said Sunday lIighlnit impression that only the mills of the American Sheet Steel Co mire nlTeeted by the decision of Saturday is a mistake The workmen of mills in tilt American Steel Hoop Co mIre interested mill will Is ollicinllv uotiliid Monday morning that the stale lint been signed anti that they will iiiit work To till well or ganized mills this notice will not be necessary as the men will have watched the situation carefully hut what is known as open mills where union mIll Inure been allowed to work side by side with the nonunion men is where we have to move Union men must walk out of these open mills in the hoop trust The open mills to be notified arc one at llollidaysburg Pa three at Pittsburgh nnd one at MnneKscn The organized mills which will close on our call are the upper and lower mill at Youngstown 0 Pomeroy 0 Sharon Pa iirard Ia Warren PH Creeiiville Pa This believe will bring the numlter of men affected up to oooo It is a matter of regret that the issue has been forced but it now looks as though it will be a fight to the death continued Mr Shatter The Amalgamnted association is not unprepared for it We have not had a general strike for many yirs and in that time we have not been idle We have funds and will use them Right here I want to correct an im pression which has been given out that no benefits will he paid strikers until two months have elapsed Time Amalgamated association will begin at once to take care of its people Mr Shaffer concluded his talk bv saying I will say now what I said to Mr Smith general manager of the Sheet Steel Co in the conference said if it is to be n strike we will mali it one to be remembered The otH cials now dealing with us have lout little idea of tilt extent to which this strike will go once it is on THE MINERS STRIKE PreHlilenl of the Union nt Thaeker- W Vn nnd lne Oilier Plneed- Inder Arrest Tlmcker W Va July 1Chiarlem Burke ringleader of the striking miners and president of the local union of United Mine Workers of America was arrested at noon Sunday by Dep uty tuitod Static Marshal Hufforri and Detective F T1olts anti taken to Parkersburg on Sunday afternoon train to appear before Judge Jackson for tearing down the notices of in junction granted by Judge Jackson The nine strikers arrested Sunday morning in Kentucky were lodged in jail at Williamson to await action ol the Kentucky courts These nrresU have virtually broken the backbone of the strike During the night Detective T L Foils assisted by John Justice dep uty United States marshal IntIII posse of six men went to Kentucky side of Tug river captured the following nine strikers who have been terrorizing the miners on the Wesl Virginia side for the past ten days by shooting at all who could not give the proper strikers sign as they passed and repasscd along the railroad Xelson Daniels Sam Daniels Italian Smith Chins Smith Andy lllackburn Richard Reynolds Eph Dalton Sam Milliter and Claus Worthiiigton Thev were nil brought to this place anti are under heavy guard waiting for a train to take them before a Kentucky judge who will remand them tu Judge Jackson at Parkersburg this stateThey were surpried in their sleep with their Winchesters under thch pillows and surrendered with lout little resistance Even their guard was captured asleep on duty The Koxnell Library London July IThe Goldsmiths Co have purchased for c 10000 Jrof Herbert Somerton Foxwells library of 30000 volumes of economic litera lIre with a view of detaining it in Great Britain lie had received an offer to purchase from the United States 1nrlnlan npr Siinpendii Paris July lle Moniteur Universe one of the oldest journals in France founded in 17JS until 1S71 the oflicial organ of the government and subsequently a staunch royalist sheet announces Monday morning that it will cease to appear Le Soleil will take over the subscribers Fntherw Terrible Crime Saginaw Mich July IAfter as saluting one of his daughters mind attempting to assault another Andrew Wallcn aged 45 years took poison Sunday night and died Corn Damaged By Hot Weather Kansas City July Missouri and Kansas mire suffering from hot winds that threaten great damage to corn Atchison reports the greatest drouth in Eastern Kansas since ISfiO Abilene Kiln Mexico Mo antI Scdalia Mo also report very hot dry weather Death of Commodore Zeller New York July Commodore Theodore Zelbr U S X retired in 1880 died at his residence in this city Sunday from old age lie was S3 years old nnd had been an invalid for some years Violent Storm In France Paris July IViolent storms have swept the northwest and southwest sections of France doing great slain age to crops and vineyards especially in the neighborhood of Bordeaux anti Dijon where considerable hail has fallen One Hundred In the Shade Burlington la July IThe mer cury touched 100 in the shade Sun day Frank Dunham a veteran of the railway mail service died sud denly Sunday afternoon of sun stroke J BUREAU OF STANDARDIZATION In Which Almolnte Arrnrney of Weights and Jlennurm Will lie Strum For A million anti a quarter of dollars has been recently appropriated for the establishment of u national bu reau of titiIur ls for this govern meat anti till work of designing a remarkable building for this new new feature of the government ser vice will be commenced at once says the Patent ccord of Washington This is n marvelous structure It will be a place where the noises anti vibrations of the outside world will not be admitted under any pretense and an absolute unvarying tempera tare will prevail 11 will be erected on n site to be selected some dis tance from the citywhere there will be the least possibility of the dis tubing influences from the outside world soil on a lot large enough to prevent the possibility of any other building within a distance of a quarter of n mile There will be double wallrach on n separate foundation resting on the solid roc The building which will contain the power plant necessary for the operation of this novel department will he located at least n thousand yards- away All these precautions are taken in the hattie with time vulgar influences of the outside world Many of the instruments will be placed so that it is impossible for any one to approach them within a distance of 20 or 30 feet This is to prevent the temperature of a human body from affecting their delicate constitution 1 tie windows will be fitted so that it will be readily possible to make the rooms absolutely dark even on this bright est days No particle of sunshine will penetrate the shutters There will be maintained in this building a standard of nil measures of capacity and distance Among other things the new department will establish a standard electric cell measuring standard volts anti ample means of testing all thermometers Carried Oft the Mugs At the recent Commers at Bonn in honor of the German crown prince at which the kaiser was present an unpleasant incident arose The guests thought that the beer mugs were keepsakes and carried oft fi50 of them The Borussia corps which acted as host instead of settling for the mugs asked the guests who carried them away either to return them or to send 30 cents to the proprietor of the restaurant where the Commers was held Qnakem In Cuba One of the curiosities of Cuba is a Quaker meeting house which has been erected at Gibara near Santiago The congregation of Friends is said to number over 200 THE MARKETS Cincinnati Tune 2a CATTLE Common 2 65 cbj 00 Kxtra butchers 4 75 i 5 25 CALVES Extra 6 HOGSSelect shippers 10 a 15 Mixed packers 5 JO 6 05 SHEEP Extra 3 55 3 65 LAMBS Spring a 5 75 FLOUIt Spring pat 3 70 4 00 WHEAT No 2 red tj 07 CORN No 2 mixed OATSXo2 mixed 301 nVE g 54 HAY Ch timothy 1t 25 POKK Family 015 25 LAUD Stcmimm 8 30 BUTTER Ch dairy 13 Choice creamery W 21 APPLES New per brl 3 00 iJ 5 00 POTATOES Per brl 1 50 y 1 TOBACCO New 800 tl3 75 Old 624 900 Chicago FLOUR Win patent 3 50 3 WHEAT No 2 red G5Y 66 No 3 spring 02 Ct 65 CORN No 2 ij43Z SYHYEXoPORK Mess 14 62 Vrl4 05 LAKU Steam 8 62L S 65 New York KLOUK Win patent 3 tft 1so tvlLEArco red ft COKY No 2 mixed 47 OATS Xo 2 mixed Qi 12 V ItYK Western 53 POUK Family 15 50 ffl6 LAUD Steam Ilaltlniore1 fjij 9 00I WHEAT Xo 2 red i1Y Southern C2 72 COKX Xo 2 mixed 456iJ 45 DATS Xo 2 mixed 31 fill 32 CATTLE Butchers 5 25 fij 5 60 HOGS Western 050 j 6 70 Louiv ill FLOURWin patent 4 50 4 75 WHEAT No 2 red 62 V4OATSPORK Mess 14 50 LARD Steam jj 8 55 Indlanapolla WHEAT No 2 red 65 42YiJA18 clo ze lTtItlItl i TH1SIS TABLET SIGNALS THAT FAILED Imbnrrn slnfr Situation of a Man iko Unit the Committee Habit have long since quit serving on committees said a man from Arkan sims who is now living in New Orleans according to the TimesDemocrat and under no circumstances would accept a place on any kind of a committee I hail the committee habit once and I had a thoroughly devel oped ease of it too I was living in Little Rock at the time anti no commit tce was complete without my nnniR There was on one oceAsion a lug function at thn capital and I was placed on an important onim5t tel Thin hall was jammed with spectators and guests We had evcrynvail nile band in that section of the coon try including the bands which had been organized in private anti public institutions One of my duties was to look after the bands so the music could be kept going Another member of the committee had scattered the bands around the hall sail lie had placed one hand up in thou gallery portion of the hall I wish you would signal the band in the gallery to strike up he said to me and I malle lilY way down the aisle untit I got to a point where time band was placed in the gallery I made the sig mini The members of the band paid no attention to me whatever I got excited and n bit angry and my sig naling became more violent and I went through a series of absurd arm movements and my face was humbug up with embarrassment I felt a man pulling at my coat tail and when I turned around he said Excuse me hut are you wating at that band in the gallery They are the biggest lot of blockheads I ever saw I said in reply Excuse me he said softly that is the band from the blind asy lam I have not served on a commit tee since that time anti I believe I am completely cured of the commit tee habit A TEST OF OBEDIENCE- Following In trnetlon Got n Man a iltnntlnn In a Chicago Ilimlnras Home Strict and unquestioning obedience which is one of the first attri butes of a soldier dos not apply only to the military said a western busi ness man to a Washington Star re porter the other day As a very forc ible example he continued I recol lect the circumstances under which I obtained my first start in life I had applied for n position in a large busi ness concern in Chicago as a clerk Thus head of the firm was a gruff stiff backed Individual who would not countenaneeoppositlonorqnestions of any sort anti I had bent told that if he should shout out a demand for an elephant an employe would board a ear fur the nearest 700 without the slightest hesitancy He examined all applicants in priSon and I shall newer forget the day that I stumbled into his den and seated myself at the type writer to show my paces Without delay he started in Messrs Jones Drown t Co he growled anti I had it down Kindly- go to There were It sharp clicks from the machine antI with my eyes straight before me I waited for what next Thats all he saul anti left the room limit not before Isaw a faint twinkle in his eye Somehow I felt that I had won and I had I heard aft erward that four other applicants surprised out of themselves by this most unusual dictation had turned to the author with a questioning look and thereby been summarily scowled at and told that they wouldnt do CAPTAIN OF AN OCEAN LINER Thnt Jlfflcliil Nowadays In Vastly Dif ferent from the OldTlme SPA Dog Nowadays the captain is the host of the ship Hf is no longer the gruff rough sea dog in a pea jacket of years gone by says Capt Jameson of the St Iaul in Colliers Weekly He must observe some of the social amenities lie must talk to the passengers now and then when the weather is fine He must take his seat at table when he may lie must be a kind of diplomat also and possess wit and tact and a patience sublime He must see that no jealousies develop among the pas sengers I have been told of the very obliging captain who to please the lady who asked to be shown the equator while the ship was in southern seas pasted a hair across the large end of a spyglass and told the lady to look And the lady through the gass declared she could see the equator as plainly as A B C One other polite captain I have heard ofone who di rected an officer on the bridge to do as the lady wishes when the lady requested that the captain steer the ship over to time horizon to see what the horiron was like 1r atiOm n TO CURE nil bowel trouble blllonsnera tbYplealn ond diaziness Wrn yur bowl doS I meguiariy you areIiZl letuac sIck Coustipation ulole people than nfl tb diseases together for the ehrolc aIiesI loa of that No atter 15 7a start tkig CACAJCETIi for welt be all the time until you put rg rlV Take onradvleei with CASCAJIET today an absolute to curs or refunded at essSis S Hi 1 Trnis tier First love On a corner stood a little barefoot girl in handsIUJsge1to her stained thumnpledcheek enjoyed all joys of young motherhood The bundle was her baby Tied with string near one end tile rag formed into head Another strung about the muddle duced the effect of a wait line A young man the happy mother Vhat that he asked resting a hand on the un kempt hair of the child My dolly she said hugjnng iie rags closer dollyAntiI tails itI tails itl tail it Bum AnnieX Y Times Terribly Horned An ounce of prevention may be thought a luxury but it cften turns out to be a necessity as u proved by the following statement from lUreJ II Malknuis ot New York City X Y On time 20th of h3ndsbyinche long and threefourths of an inch thick anti now on this 2Gth day of June I hutralvon cannot get it send to Solon Palm er 147 Pearl St Sew York for samples of Palmers Lotion anti Lotion Soap Mlnappllcil Inilnnlry Have not been an earnest and consoJ entiou worker a krd young man who was about to lie let out primetiemmihave no fault to find with your industry except that it is misapplied wayIt devoted to interest of the taxpayers instead of us You are a rood man in Miite waTS hut you seem to lack judgmentChil3go Post A rUIHfJATION FREE DeerlpUye of Colorndo Scenery Health llrsnrts Etc Send to I W Vakeloy G P A lIar lington Route Pine Street SL Louis Ho for a liamlconie sjwcial folder on Col orado descriptive her health resorts and magniflccnt scenery containing the lowest excursion rates to throughout the tummer which have ever been made The folder will be found of educational value to students anti others seeking to know rlqueattentloa Fairy Stories I your country is painfully new Whir even any fairy tales Havent eh Well jutcome within and look at the tablets ci our best mon uments Cleveland Plain Dealer IAnTess Do thinl the cut of my skirt pretty TeryDoYes I had two likt that when they were the style Philadelphia Press eHitterSweet Ted That girl ofmine has the germ fad andwont eat ice cream Ned Youre in leek nut she doesnt stop there She wont kiss me for fear of microbes Twelve was on the point of striking To think cried the fair girl in anciiish we will never see each other again till tomor row night Hear up sweet one was his eneourasinR remark Time will pass Be andinThat eastern girl who is suffering from unstrung nerves made a mistake when she tried to doctor herself What did she take for it Diamond ring and thing that she could lay her hands on Cleveland Plain Dealer J4Great Scot exclaimed Starboard as they turned the corner the boarding house iafire Lets hurry suggested Port maybe well Ret something warm Philadelphia Record I A woman in front of a mirror naturally hcrseifPhuiadelphialtecord 00There always room at ton except strawhmericsIntluanapoijaycws The active tool never gets rustyChi cago Daily News EDUCATIONALI lll And bulMin Stronjr fArutljr Cxpfiucj low Otaoe rreeR rUfkmu rkDI t Li1IOla 1638 Chartered 1901 LOCUSTDUIACD Jtr Weal schoolfor Brio Prl Ueat DI fa ill 3 or 4 Years an Independence Assured r you tote opronr homes tbeN5d trated pamphlets Eiilnit i5tiPrrbosaecmeweansr Cof as to reduced raies can be bad 00 applktton to lbeUndersigned who will mall atlases pamphlets etn free ot cost PEDfFY Seem of Immlirrat Oltaws Canada McISXKS No z Met rill Detroit Mien KTUOLMKS Boom Big Four Iud5 lndanapoll Ind on Mr disability and Widowhood PIlUiWiUflu or Dr U Srrire lUWS La aeiOUICK h CbcUutl 01 nukbft oe ABSOLUTE SECURITY y Cenulne f Carters Jl Little Liver Pills fi Must Dear of gztS5cc PKooSlmlfo Wrapper Below Tory small and a easy Jt9 take tIS que jrCIIiEAIllACIIE CARTER S FIR DIZZINESS ITTLEFOR I I RFDR TUPII LIVER PTLt CONTIIATIOKSI FDWLOWUINSFOI THECOMPLEXIft Pi1ce Iounna nMYt AUi 25 Coati CURE SICK HEADACHE r PaoAmericaoS Exposilioo111hay CHOICE OF ROUTESI11 Toledo = Detroit sHraUs Through Canada Toledo or DetroitSantI LaKe Erie Steamers or going one anti retain another Special Tourist Rates thaht Northern and Lake Resorts JUNE to SEPTEMBER 30 ticket agents to routs yon vIA the CHDBJ D G EDWARDS PatiengtrTrafflc Manager Cincinnati e SPEED oflA highgrade tIre to be worthy its name ihould pouea four virtues tffti easy riiaj qmliti ability t wear ease 0of repair G J Tares hare aIlthese muter When punctured take off the outer com the inner tube andgooa ftSoj Live Stock CutsWe wilt furnish duplicates ot Live Stock Cut or any Other Cm shown In UTSpeclmea Hook at or below quoted prices for same A N KELLOGG METTSPAfEir 0 332 Wat Fifth Sreet Cincinnati O A N KB 1872 TVIIEM AVRITIXe TO ADVKRT1MXRS please slat that jon saw lite AdvertlM abut In thIs paper ss S S S S SS S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S lA INCH ESTERFACTORY LOADED i 66NewRivalll166 Leaderanj Repeater Injut upon hiring then take no others and you aOl get the best shells that II4OKJUJlInzyfALL DEALERS KEEP THEM wwr V yww w wWwWVWWrrW www L25SI l se se V IjJ 1 W v V ia5i 1SI W W W f3t9 iQ1 i =a1e 51 j I 10000 Reward I itT- oe protect your health and our reputation we will gladly pay this big reward any one who will furnish us infor e mation on which we can secure conviction of a dealer who tries sell worthless fake imitationswhen CASCARETS i are called for When youre offered something just as good its because there is a little more money in the fake IBuy CASCARETS from the honest dealer They are always put up in blue metal boxes with longtailed trade Imarked on the coverevery tablet stamped C C C and they are never sold in bulk Remember this and when iever fakes are offered when CASCARETS are called for get all the details write us on the subject at once I SIX MILLION BOXESS f SOLD LAST YEAR i I t2 li jBTjTIMON1ALI jJ f IBESTFOR BOWELS AND LIVERd1I i 1 uc THE IJSGUAKANTEED appendicitis move kills starter If eoe ivafterwards what today and well 70a bowels start under cat cnataatee money the a a pro saw little I the the VALUADLp 4 tell you you havent you you even any the Block FREE Signaturo IUDUSESS I Aik to to C and GUARANTEED TO CUKEt PlT year am the flnt box or CAS CARETS was sold Now It li o ersix million boxes a year greater tha any t3similar anedleloe In the world This is absolute rofoCsreat merit our best testimonial We have faith aad will sell CABOAKKT8 adt2guaranteed to care or noaeT refunded Oo buy today twO oOc boxes give II a heneftt trial as per simple direction nod ICyou are sot satlseeu su after using one SOe box return the unused SOe oz and empty box to W ns by mall or the dranlst from whom you purchased It and BVI year money back for both boxes Take oarailrlee no matternhat alls yon start today Ilealtk wi1inleklyfomlowandyouwiumbuethe day you Orst started k nMt free by mall Addt LISIDI Jiw Ink seQitige 5 I OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK 1 OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OYVINGSYJLLE KY SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE THURSDAY JULY 4 Will iEvery business communication tnticl tie addressed to THE OUTLOOK 1tlllLISlllMJ Co OWINOSVIIIK ICY II nlse we will hut be responsible for I It ANNOUNCEMENT FOR UKIKKSENTATIVK We Ire authorized to announce E E 1rrk or Slinrpsburg can didate fur the l uitntiiro from the teathUownn district Mibjtcl to the bctipn of tht Democratic party JlOttMAGISTRATE We are authorized to announce Frank C Williams of Moores Fir p ry for magistrate hi the White TIL1Ur district subject to the ac I lion of the Republican party t We are authorized to announce Geo W Razor of near lies li11I ttindidatefor the nomination for 3Migistrate in tho White Sulphur I district subject to the action of the Republican pirty A POLITICAL pull lit not always the safest thing to hank on as the Seventh National of New York demonstrates j GERUAKT is on the verge of n fi Stianciul panic owing to the nation t ambition for commercial expan S sion beyond national resources and StibilityTHE China Merchants Company of Tien Tsin wants 400000 taels vqfromUncle Sam to pay for the loot 4 Uncles marines curried away from L the companys prcmisin Still it was claimed that the Americans didnt foot I t TnlKGS lire coming Cincinnatis t Way again An aerolite weighing nearly four pounds fell last wcuk on Yale avenue between Park and L Elm on Walnut Hills and made a in tho street A witness saw thnleI TUE battle of the Goebel and an tiGocbel factions in the Kenton j county primary Saturday was a drawn one Rhinock antiGoebd q t lot the State Senators nomination but the Goebel itefl won some of the tber nominations f 4 f THE Duke of Manchester has a compromised with his creditors and ti r will soon be released from the bank rupts ponaltioa When ho takes his seat in the House of Lords America will glow with pride for hifr ducal soninlaw JS TilE Boers caught Jacobus Botha out and sjamboked him because he a Boer voted for the treason bill against the Boor citizens in the C j9 Colony Assembly says a dill c1atcb Sjamboking seems to be the cr term for crmklucking iTncEpring wheat crop of the irortirvreaHrtstinratod by the rail 7eiroadofficials to promise to break i records TJio wheat crop in Europe IB very short The farmers 1ofthe West will have more money 1tI1Is year than they will know what to do with 4 1 CHAR M SCHWAB the Preeident t of the Steel Trust in addition to IUR salary of a million dollars per ysar went after the kissing record atBraddock Pa by kissing 200 women in 20 minutes His wife was standing by and laughing as It was a Schwab churchgift occasion ITALY is now kicking about the roo discrimination made against her- sugar under the scientific Ding ley tariff law and says she pays no bounty on exported sugar The foreigners wont be good and sub mit to Uncle Sanrtaking all the tricksof the game at his pleasure UNCLE Sin is embarasied be caueehietx laws are piling up mdneyin the Treasury much faster 1tr than lie can spend it Never mind cornea time some day after b Shtbuindulged his fancy for im Jt awhile when money will S l1 be an object and a subject of ax lety j i row there cornea nn Internation SalSalt Trust composed of the salt S3l 3 companies of the United States oo Canada and England which pur iI poses to control the salt trade of 1jJ 1 fri the world ouleide of Russia and the i barbarian countries Standard Oil i is said to be behind the whole r SbE1 scheme rr A M MonoAmrCroker ler kell Kecne and other Americans were bidders I l for King Edwards GOOOO bottles of J 7 sherry wine at the auction sate lo SButlbe fact that King Edward has c gone back on sherry as beverage will destroy the flavor of it oven if it is of rare old vintages antI in 1i bottles with the royal arms blown in the glaMy r o C F VANWIJJKLE of Chicago has rsomevitcantlots that he wants oc and to induce their leasing 4mJ for building purposes ho offers a vP7u years tent free to each party who 4 liaca baby born within lire years on thelciteed ground for twins five I s for each subyears rent freehand sequent pair two years rent free i Vaiiwinfcle is a shrevrd advertiser- tf atleast SV r Ir TIU State Good RoadtJ conven LPtion at Louisville wasa success in attendance and enthusiasm and l t likely will lend to good results in counties that are not already heav ily burdened by keeping up the free turnpikes The Jntter lire not i generally able to do much in build- IngI either new macadawlzed or gooddirt roads This iar08ult 7 of free turnpike that was clearly 14k foreseen by those who opposed the abolition of the toHgatee r p4tr ioJ J f1t It i 7 zI f rVJS 4 e a2S t S rbf b a a fr f is ITIc Seventh Nation Bankof riv York City IK in the liaiulx of the Controller of the Currency II vas dominated liy lrry llentli and claillleillthllting The prevalent opinion Mieiiin to he that the lunik troubles art due to itl inann einent by politi chins favored liy the Government iiisteatIofonhuitieSShriiIeil1e SrcAKKK lltaIIII met King Kdtvard and says Kitglaiid is for Ihe United States nguiiibt the bal ance of thu world in any ordinary controversy That ia casu of nu cetjfity tr Kn hind is dependant on the United State I for the hulk of her food Mipply And the linitud Stales beiny depondanton Kn laiiil for a mnrket fr a vuit 1Ieti1tge- ii her rxpnrtri would be almoM compelled to uphold hur ngatnst u eoiubinatiini of powers aL Tin Iventon county i riind jury has returned an indictment against lift us Goebel brother of the Into Ww Goebel on the charge of agree lug to purchase and procure by ap poititiueut the olllec of Auditor for the city of Covington for ono Jorry Kirtley in conaidt ration thht said KirlJey PYsaid Gocbol friO a month out of Ida salary The ollice WHS procured and Kirtley paid Goe bet 400 Kirtley wna one of the indicting witnesses Other indict ments of the same nature ore said to be pending against Goebel Tho grand jury is going for the official rottenness in Covington PiEKroxT MouoANlant week gavel a million to tho Harvard University medical college and Mark Han na fifty thousand to Kenyon 0 College Tho giving of the mil lionaires shows a better spirit than their taking oftentimes for if justice was more honored they wouldnt have so much to give Far too often millions arc accumulated by sharp practices that wont stand the moral test or by furore of the Government against the rights of the people No philanthropy can tako the taint off of money so ac quired Justice is worth more to tho world than charity and philan thropy combined Tnt National Administration lent its influence to down the loot ing Philadelphia Quay tes Charles Emory Smith Postmaster General wrote the citizens meeting that they could use his name as Vice President and said It is time for a new declaration of independence Philadelphia ought to rise in her might against the jobbers in her public rights and tho ravishers of her sacred safeguards of law Five thousand citizens of both parties met and nominated P E Roth ermal to oppose the regular Repub lican and Quay nominee for District Attorney John Weaver It 18 said to be unprecedented that n Republican Administration should sanction a bolt of a party nominee and things must bi wicked indeed THE pension raiders in their zeal to oust Commissioner Evans have rather fastened his hold on the place They claim a promise by Mark Hanna to the G A U before the election that Evans would be replaced by some man who would give free rein to the pension grab hers but they have made such a public outcry of the promise that President JIcKinloy hesitates to carry out the bargain Tho lres ident has the hardest job of his life to retain his popularity with the Addicks crowd clamoring for recognition the antiCivil Service Reform element besetting him to violate the merit policy tho scan dal of the Quayites and so forth Really Grover Clevelands way with tho political scamps ofnil sorts was worth a thousand of Mc Kinleys way Time will vindicate the Cleveland wayand it will be the model its time rolls on CORRESPONDENCE Grange Cltv Bern June 29th to S L Havens and wlfa son John Rawlitigs visited in Nicho las county last week Mrs Bud Colliver was in Bath county Thursday- Dr A W Jones and wife of Odessa visited Newton Johnson and family Wednesday Arthur Waller wife and daugh tel Mary Blanch of Sanford visit ed RR Walton and family Sun day and Monday Hillsboro M ills Ruth Dillon of Tilton is visiting Mrs M JI Lyons Miss Lena Cooper of Fleming burg ii visiting Miss Daisy Hopper Robert Wallingford and wife of Tilton spout Saturday and Sunday with the latters father Samuel F Shields JIL Hawkins went to Russell Saturday returning Monday with his little granddaughter Lcla May Hawkins Moores Ferry Saturday Juno 29th tho mercu ry was 98 in the shade here Miss Jala Cassity of Yale is visiting her sister Mrs J E John son Dr S II Thomas of Spencer visited his uncle G B Myers Sat urday and Sunday James Roberts of Nepton stop lied over here witlr friends from Saturday until Monday Mrs Ann Colliver of Salt Lick visited her parents Mr and Mrs T J Jones Saturday and Sunday Willie Atchispn of this place hadIn altercation a few days ago with Boono Hayden of Rowan Co over a settlement Atchison had been working for Hayden Guns were drawn Atchison was tried and fined 1950 Uayden has not hud his trial yet 4 it 4 h ico J Upper Prickly AshINicholas rtirns of A in this neighborhood Sat u nihay and Sunday TL S Shrout iiI family of Ow ingivi lIe4 visited Mrs Nancy Shrotll Sunday Mrs Nancy Sli ron t who has Ion tin the fiek list fur several days is SUe better Joe Iluiulorson who hall been in Illinois for the past two months returned homo lust week There WHS a large crowd out to hear Rev Kd Sanford preiu hatHarpers fichoolhousc S u n tI ay iiijiht Forgo hhiLl Harvest is here but tho wheat crop feeenis to bu short in this part E E Warren wile ami son Clin ton tpcnl thin pat week with Mr Klvitii Williams at Odessa J A Williams and wife Wallace Horseman and wile visited the family of R W Goodpaster Sunday Tho trustees hero have eninloyed Miss Eva Johnson of Sharpsburg to teach our school to begin July loth Mrs J A Anderson and son Rob urt of Knob Lick are spending the week with the family of J Marion Moore Crooks Charley Teal was in Otringnville Sunday J F Johnson was in Menifue Co one day last week Born to James Horton and wife Juno 26thn daughter Mrs Jim Clark visited relatives on Prickly Ash Saturday F M Vice shipped a carload of lambs to Jersey City Friday Mrs Martha Botts is visiting rel atives at White Sulphur Springs G W Young of Olympiaj has been employed to teach tho fall school here Mrs II 0 Irwin of Olympia visited her sister Mrs Jams Ilor ton Sunday Several from hero attended Chil- mails day exercises at Peeled Oak Church Sunday Miss Livia McClain of Owinga ville wits the guest of Miss Lillie Johnson Monday and Tuesday of last week Salt Lick Childrens Day will bo observed at the Methodist Church the thud Sunday in July The Salt Lick and Ore Mine clubs are to play a game of ball oi the grounds here the 4th Mrs M P Morris of Quuini mont Va is visiting her par eats R B Dickcrson and wife EE Blackburn and AH Point of Jonesvillo are here to attend tb meeting of the Salt Lick Deposit Bankstockholders which will be held on Wednesday Bath Lodge No 10 I 0 0 Itat its last meeting elected the fol lowin officers Joseph Allen N G J II Otis V G W A Whit comb Sac Wiu Green Treats The Date Ball club held their ico cream supper Saturday night in tho lower story of the new Masons und Odd Fellows Hall A fairsized crowd attended and receipts were 1650 The delegates to the Owingsville convention nnxt Saturday go instructed for Wallace Barnes for County Judge They arc W W Barnes E C Kimbrell Sherman Gullctt and B F Rice Knob Lick Warm and very warm A J Maze is improving some The ore company shipped very little oro lat week Corn has mado a remarkable growth in the last week Tho farmers are getting in their work to a good advantage as the hot weather scorches the weeds Iiacommence building an oil for J M Collivor for kitchen and dining room A leeeon from a modern dictionary Q What is politics A A scramble for oUJco Q What is office A A position with little work and big salary Q What is statesmanship A Selling interestbearing bonds for gold to bo piled up not to be usedQ What is a political campaign A A wild rush for the hog trough to see who will get the swill Q What is money A A tool of oppression Q What is law A An unequal distribution of justiceQ What is a trust A A legalized band of robbers The citizens of our heretofore quiet little place wore treated to quite u sensation Saturday after noon by the Marshal and Sheriff coming out on the hunt of Milford Cox for the killing of James Lowe Jr Tho facts in the case are James Lowe is a remarkably livelycorpse and was not killed nor much hurt James wont to tho election as many others did Saturday but drank a little more mean whisky than some others or probably tho last drink had a fly in it and mado James very sick Cox coming along was rather guying Jim who took exceptions and followed Cox into Razors store and proceeded to thrash Cox and one or two others with a boom poleI and was making a fair job until his club fouled on him striking tho ceiling and another time the door was why Cox was not badly hurt Jim is now on tho stool of repentance and vows he will let red licker severely atone from now on IS r l 1IThe Freiichburg paper cattle out last week Elder Kendall lost a fine cobs j killed bya falling tree top Oil men are visiting Frt lIthhur IkIIf commencing work soon Ieting begins at Stone Quarry Sunday by James Adams anti Jo WilthritP It seems more like old Salt Lick Church was crumbling up in place of crumbling down We saw Elder Kendall baptizing everal converts the fourth Sun tIny and u very lunge attendance Do not forget the meeting at the Old Fielilrt graveyard the second Sunday in July Sermon on Chris tutu Travels Tlir Knob Lick correspondent thinks all preaching will do good but if wo deny the only admittance into Christ how can we do good in place or out of place IWe saw Elder Dawson making e it from the mountains witha beautiful lady by his side suppose ho is going to get away with the lady preacher ut Salt Lick by add ing another preacher Okla W M McLain and wife of near Flomingsburg visited at Andrew McLains Saturday and Sunday Delia Vice and brother Leonard of near Sherburne were the guests of their uncle Ignatius Vice Satur day night and Sunday Miss Lou Ramey began n five months school Monday July 1atthe Powell schoolhouse on Lick Brunch We wish her success Miss Lou Ramey of near Ow ingsville and Miss Jane McGregor of Wyoming were guests of Z T Grain and wife Saturday night and Sunday The box supper at Fairview Saturday night WitS well attended and tho boxes sold well Some of the boxes brought 325 upieee The whole lot brought 17 SOwhich will bo used to repair tho church Ed Turner met up with a large snake near Knoxs bluff in a tobac co patch His first thought was to kill it and he began at once to pelt it with stones which he threw tin til he was exhausted when he left it to crawl away seemingly unhurt Ed says it was ten foot longand its head was as large as both of his Rite Your scribe hoard two men say that Turner undoubtedly threw- a sled load of rocks for they were piled up in their tobacco patch iOlymPIaJ P Copher is building a new barn Arthur Power was calling Olympia Friday tInube Copher Jr was a calltr JU Flat Creek Tuesday Mrs Clark who has been on the sick list is improving Robert Young of Salt Lick vis lIed his parkills hero Sunday Miss Elfin Swarts was calling on friends in OwingsvHlu Monday Ernest Armitago and wife visit ed his parents at Currington Sunday John L Jackson und his best girl wero at tho Springs Wednes dayMiss Lizzie Smith starts Wed nesday to visit friends ut French burgPlease Mr Editor dont forgot the date of the icecroam supper July 6th Mrs Bishop is slightly at the present writing Wo hope for a speedy recovery Friends remember we have prayermeeting every Sunday even ing at 3 oclock Bro Williams of Forge Hill asII the pleasant guest of Miss Warren Sunday Dave Thrasher of Shelbyville Ind is a guest of his cousin O P Thrasher this week IMrs Jack Ramey of Spencer was the guest of her mother Mrs J M Steele this week Mrs Eva Warner called on Mrs Stone Shultz of Sour Spring Sun day Mrs S is very ill rIn Alexander and Miss Lizzie Warren were guests of Mrs Wm Rice on Flat Creek Monday Mrs Maud Hines of Midland City was calling on friends in Olympia a day or so lust week Mrs Dr Alexander visited her parents Dr and Mrs H II Lewis nt Salt Sick Saturday and Sunday All please to remember BroAmos Kendalls appointment at the Old Fields graveyard tho second Sunday in July Mr and Mrs Howard VanAn twerp of Mt Sterling were the guests of Mr and Mrs Bishop Wednesday and Thursday prizeIdays with tho result that they gain 16 Ibs each in the interval There will be two weddings lucre next week Guess who Well matrimony seems to bo on the boom bore all who are not married or engaged want to be The talented young minister of oUrchl1rchseems to be in great de mand by the young ladies We should judge by observation he knows how to be agreeable to tho air sei as well as preach There is going to bo an ice cream supper at the schoolhouse inOlym piaSaturdlY July 6th for the leuefit of the Christian Church by the ladies of tho C K Come one como all Tho Olympia band will ihlLYtTeeth ache See Dr Perry Jr 1 f JJ Stopstone lint hotter hottest JSUllellMrs W R theory arid Mrs T J Alexander are both improving Our school at Sugar Grove will open for the fall term next Mon tiny July 8th Mrs J M Campbell is oh tho nek list She had Dr Clark of Olympia with her several days last week William Williams and cister of Moorcticld visited Mrs Jam en L Williams Sunday returning home Sunday evening Mrs James Warnerof Salt Well spent from Saturday till Monday with her parent G W Carmich act and wife near Ewington Mrs Herd Williams of Moore held was a visitor at Miss Maxeyu Sunday She left Monday for Soldier Carter county on visit to relatives Mrs Hanna Wells of Mt Ster ling wan the guest of hor niece Mrs B F Myers Jr anti her Mrs T J Alexander froth Satur day till Monday Mrs II M Turley spent several days in Owingsville last week vie itinghcreon JD Turley and famiI ly but she returned each night to her homo She brought back her granddaughter the last day Sho tins also thin daughter of her oldest son Thomas II of Grassy with her Married at Mt Sterling Wed tuesday June 26th Shelton Thomp son and Miss Dora Orinc granddaughter of the late Mason Ormc of this placo They have gone to housekeeping at Mr Thompson home We wish thorn a long mar ned life with plenty of peacopleas ure and prosperity Farmers Judge H II JKring is slowly im proving C M Grain and wife of Sharps burg are visiting hero Work is being pushed on the tel ephone line from here to Morehead Dr T A Evans is able to be out after a short but serious illness II F Martin has gone into busi ness in the building recontly occu pied by Martin Son Dr F M Carter has permanent ly located here The West was too windy and too healthy for the Doctor Another Correspondent This evening threo young men o this place were going up and down the railroad with a idof bad character from Magofliu Co They were using had language and shoot ingofF pistols Warrants were is ofIthe buys girl were arrested and lined F350 each The police mill has been grindin here Luit veka wellknown tuan was arrested fur dfuitkcnncss Mar shal W IL Fouch summoned al hystanJcrs to assist in tnkiu him to tht lock up All refused line was Jned i15 and cuts for disobeying the sumnrms IVoTiih crs aro to be tried fur the stuic of feneo Bione Iiayden pworo out a warrant for Win Atchison for a bread of the peace They had quarreled over n settlement Atchison had been working for Hayden The Kern Strive Co had Boouo hlavtlin arrested fur working 1IJ1their staves into fencing Atchison helped to do the work while in Hay dens employ lie is the witness for tho Kern Stave Co Trial set for 2 oclock today Slate Valley Elder Downey preaches here on the third Sunday in July Cube Snedegar and wife attend ed church ut Harpers ecboolhouso Sunday night Alt Sorrell of near Olympia was the guest of Sam Shultz Saturday night and Sunday Sum Slitiltz sold anti delivered ten lambs to John L Vice Friday at 450 per hundred Elder B II Ross will prnchut Slate Valley next Sunday morning and Rev Ed Sanford at night Butler Toy wits nominated for Magistrate Saturday for a second term by a majority over Wallace Wright of 18 votes Jack Toy and wife of lower Slate Creek went Saturday to visit the latters parents T W Crouch and wife near Olympia Miss Leona Lathram brother and Russell Coyle of Prickly Ash neighborhood visited Cabe Suede gar and rub Sunday Eph Hatton wife anti children of near Owingsville visited the latters parents Win Toy and wife Saturday night and Sunday 1 feel very grateful indeed and cannot find words to express my thanks to my friends for their support and untiring efforts to place me again in the nomination for Magistrate in the Wyoming district The election passed off quietly and every one scorned satisfied I feel assured that I will have the support of my p rty in the finaldecdon and a great runny of the Democrats knowing as they do that I know no party when it comes to justice in the Court To the taxpayers of Bath county I have done my best as far as it has bean in my power to ward off nil unnecessary expenses and expect to do my whole duty as a Magis Irate as long as my friends honor mo with that position Yours truly W 0 BUTLER TOT In memory of Mr Riley Bailey who departed this life at his home near Preston Mr Bailey was a member at the Christian church at herellfor rt 5Sf5 j as his old neighbors wish to extend our heartfelt sympathy to tho be ruuvfcil family hut oh what a corn fort to know that our loss will be Ins gain and that tho departed one is basking in the Minshino of God May the Fathers arm sustain them in their grief and his peace fill their inmost souls Why should yon sorrow Dutitli is sweet to those who die in JCMIS lovu Though called to part you soon shall meet In huller happier climes above Fur all the faithful Christ will saoAnti croWu with victory oVer the urave StoopS Wheat harvest is in full blast Lee Trimble of Mt Sterling was a visitor lucre Sunday Mittt Ryan of Spencer visited relatives here Sunday Thud Wade was at Shurpsburg on business Thursday Hurrah for the Mt Sterling street fair and carnival Assessor John G Roberts of Mt FrilbyrWheat is nothing like as good as it was first thought to bo Vo Gillespie of Mt Sterling was in this vicinity Wednesday Yesterday was bIn today is hot ter but tomorrow will bo the hottest The Republican convention of Ohio hcd the genuine tradeMark on it Roy and Clcll Goodan of near OwinjjBville visited relatives here Sunday Deo Shultz rind wife of Ewing ton visited H P Shultz and wife SundaySquire John Steele and wife of Judy spoilt Thursday at J II Gil hupies Joe Coons delivered to Joe Tur ley 47 head of lambs at 525 per hundred Dont tell otllbr people your trouble for they have troublo of their own Mrs Sallie Ann Taul visited her daughter Mrs Lee Taul at Camar go lust week Hack Shrout and wife of near Mt Sterling visitod at JSV Thomp sons Sunday Do not build castles in the air for tho first little wind storm will blow them away A very large Crowd was out to ItSpringfMrs Walter Stoops and daugh ten of Florida arc bti a visit to friends and relatives John Oakley and daughter Mils Ira of Flat Creek spent Sunday with D L Goodan and wife Rev W H dray will preach sit Springfield Church every firft and third Sunday morning and night A Sir Ffeminp of Sharpsburg buygu Rnbt Colt an1 wife of Owing nIle visited tho latturs father Thomas Wade Saturday and Sunday Lieuf Coy Caldwell of Ohio was called illa few days before tho Republican convention in that State Einuiett Coons and sisters Misses Nora Nellio and Annabel attended the Montgomery coiinty Sunday school convention at Spencer last Tuesday M r Ellis Williams of Flat Creek and Miss Abbie daughter of J T Lewis of tins place were married at Mt Sterling June 24 Success to them Of course Bill Bryan is not identified with tho third party talkers He is too busy trying to revive is sues of bygone days which are ns deadas Benedict Arnold Somebody calls attention to the fact that every new warship is tho Queen of the Navy I rather think that tho transport which turned over the other day was the joker tSEEiNG Is NOT BELIEVING A young gentleman the other night was attending a convivial dinner at the house of a friend where both wine and wit flowed in quantitle and upon leaving at about tho midnight hour his host in assisting him ab the door said John my boy there are four steps down to the walk count them as you proceed onotwo threefour When you reach the carrJagoBIisnt thereExchangeS- AVrD His RELIGION The Blue Ridge Post has this of a colored brother of that vicinity An old negro in a neighborhood town aroso in prayer meeting and said Bred erin and sisterin I been a mighty mean nigger in my time I had er heap er ups and down specially downssince I jined da church I etoled chickens and wafsrrnillins IIcussed I got drunk I shot craps slashed udder coons wid my razor done er sight er udder things but thank the good Lawd brederin and sistorin I never yet lost my religion l How HE GOT lire JoeTlme young man stood before the great steel magnate A moment later the lutter looked up Ho started at the rou clothing tho muddied shoes and the unkempt lair of the youth Well he said Tho youth regained his presence of mind He wanted a job because he needed it Sir he said 1 have cnmeIHe got no further A smile ir radiated the magnates face Thats nil right he saidirfime job is yours I was afraid at first that you might be one of these worthless college graduates And when the youth the vale 4 t t frx TheRacketUNDERBUIUNDERSELLI FOR CASH tCOME AND SEE TilE LOW PRICES t CARPETS 3UG3a CORSETS HAM fBURG LACES STRAW HATS HOUSE PAINT CIIIXAWA11E IIAKDWABE Everything marked in plain figures One price to all f Towels 63 40 10 5C GentcUndrshirts2520151Iqt prExtractLemonVanilla 4CLatherfinch Auger Bit i4c 13CBedTicking qt Mason tte2ITraps Monkey Washboards flosquito Netting 3gal Bucket CASH PAID FOR EGGS l L W HEFLIN T isshrouts Come In n See We have received nice line offBLUE SERCE QI oLATEST STYLE AND STRICTLY ALLWOOL GOODS AT FIVE DOLLARS Come and get our prices whether you want any thing guarantee to treat nicely and make prices that will you money U 4TMensFzOldHisses Custommade regular 150 Shoes l Hisses BoxCalf regular 5f Shoes Soi BoysFancyStrawl ats 15 11ensII 25 Infants Caps 10 and 20 Boys Suits 60 5OIb Spring Balances 15 HogRingerS 8 Egg Beaters i Earthen ydrGoggles t Hammers 24gaI Buckets ad Peaches CHANDLERPHELPS REYfJOlDSViLLE jidiSI J miirt tf f e2 149 J55 nni791901 lU R S E 30000 REMIU 30000 tI TIIOTTINIrbID JJLE 1Itt GBAHD CONFEDERATE WED AUG ej AfJOART EIB1T3 S50000 ATTRACTIONS S50000INCUUDJNG jORGEbus AND THE MOST SUPERB ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS EverDevisedforthe ENTERTAINMENT OF RATES ON ALL ALL PARTICULARS MAlllJIIDtSEE SMALL BILLS f W CUAMIftlftl WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGLEXINGTON f dictorian of bis class and the pride of the university again hie mirror he winked expressively at tile own reflection Er Old Hickory Famous the most famous of Kentucky theastrong For antic by S P Ky SIMPS R NEWMAN LATELY OF GRANGE CITY haS out tIDrug Store at the ON MAIN CROSS ST FLEMlNGSBURGKENTiCkY And would be to have his countylC y O RAILWAY TiMEor TEAISS AT CASTBOUND m NoNo22iis pir NoivntLSTBOUiP KoIl r 8am No IS No Si 317 imi- Dnlly except All others dally Trains 52 and S3 carry Ulnlng ear serviE Meats alacnrto EFFECTIVE JULY IS IfOJ Trains for Louisville Lexington Cincinnati Washington Now York and Easturn Cities For information lugarding rates sleep ing car call on or nil Jrest AgentCAO Railway 1rotton Station GWBAiiNBr CISllYAS DPA AAS GlJttilnston Ky F ti Z i Jars joe doz J Rat 8c Wrenches 30 200cDouble igc Cuspidor 140 6c 6 i Tin 130 tWe you save 85 50 3 f 35 3 cans Corn 2dr3 cans Tomatoes 3 Peeled 35 Best Granulated Sugar J KYti JJl August IS f6 S t iREUNION 14 iVE S1OCK G IGANTIC EXCURSION RAILROADS faced whiskies Atchison Owingsvillo opened pleased PBESTOX STATION 41iipm Suuilny TI1IECAKD Express reservations Fcs Milk cans fEOver Richarts store WALLIGE S GUDGELL ATTYATLAW c Have removed my office to the tEwing building on Main street andwill e glad to have my old clients to call sotf ii FORSALE tt Ahouse and one acre of ground in Forge Hill joins schoolhouse Good well of water a fruit trees and a good numberOltMRS MELISSA 1BARBERIN TIlE POCKET KentuckyLatest thEverything nice lad clean l 7S7 IPW i- I TIlE L Farquharhas been the lendin- gTHRESHER t1 for 45 vears too well known to 4 t1 need Inscription here i1 Sent for catalogue of Engines 1 hreshing Machin usA B FAfiQUHAR CO Ltd York Pa fA t22cT jrlE rFL t rr fc J rl0 l ci t Sit-