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Jf 1 t f Irjff j p- s li SSS p ia14 55555 fb t be g3tuingiLLt utIook- r SJS 7 1Ft1 3t1 TIC 1 rSS t r v Stxx II OWINQSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY II 1901 NO 51q u nnwfS7J tAfuH ftOekcif silverware at O C c 1CHums jewelry 1ore Bring your1 old buggy nnd trade t11tto TS Shront for R non one The public tchool per capita will be 25O It was 245 ltyear T Owing to jack of space the cor respondence had to be cut freely BornJuly 4 to Dr and Mrs W a 0 of Flemiiigsburg a ton I Goods as represented or your jnoney back at UC Harris jewel ry storey You cmngetthc best oilfrryour Mowore Binders c of Brother GooduistertThere will be services at the jChristianChureh next Sunday atbIi a mIl p inMISForwatches docks and jewelry call on O Q Harris All work Uanfnteed The Ellis or the Workingmcn IlIregoing ho hold street fairs at many of he Kentucky towns th tirkey TheeIs no better made J W JTAKE pwingsville Ky J There mXhn picnicnt Preston w Thursday FrldR3 and Saturday I Aug 2223 and 24 JAMES CLARK- S SICEI ICE ICE1 Will leliv M Siorice every morning Send in your ijorder 5O2 D N Iou a I Farmers will mike a mistake if thay fail to procure a colt of the 1 get of J S Brown the noted Etal la lion of Dr G W Conner chiyear and would beglnd to have your patronage J W LANE J bVingevilU Ky Look here The that lehavelug money b3 getting JM Brother furniihtko fnie lOtf IlSThe fzey1ures are- 1 Sbringing TOOul conjrjnco the far i r rthtJtf S Brown in lh tobned 1 In JLJol fo Tho New i iw aIiIer rditrd i nnd puhuir liy IL J White at to irrcnclihur It ia fiuirc iluinii I thcc1LSzS3 CItt dIIMf Tht nt 1 IMhthe IJr 41P Qlr I frt w F rrhreBah aaci Try It S sld qnIy byIuuotncR r5S us Ed B 1jiItLuiuthit of att Innko lwlf TntcrtH In theGarl S3lSjournnlaqaHt 1111 rgrftmillhih ity to aews TUlulremonts to DI icholiinty JL MIwHaftietSibbs ofL XIf ton who is visiting at SCpptGeOSm On Pet a fence Sundayand broke erltm SrX3ornK oat thobroken Arm at and she is doing well b We cur a full etock ofwatches liS clocks ftweJrr and sHvewurc anti- ut would be pleased to have you call SzS and examine pur stock before you i uy It will sate ynujnoney Eyesa tested free O C HJIUUI Jeweler Flu CISTCEKS At a meeting of the Town CouneU Friday night j money was appropriated to build a 4 two morellre cisterns on Main treet one near tbe residence of Dr A W Walden and one near a 4 the Presbyterian Church Others t- ClUbe built from time to time when a sufficient fund baa nccumu e ittted for ths purpose S ra BrAD AND SAVE MoNirrI have 45 neir buggiee rockaways and driving trajcons to sell at reduced prices or to exchange If in need of an extra fine rubbertire I have t them in stock If you come front- aqSor counties I wIn pay you well i iA in saving you money Cash or credit 493TS SBROUT f t +itThmUCSLLEOn SaturdayJuly I 20th 1901 at tine p m at 1y residence opposite the town of 4Wyonung I will biFer CorQale my t 5t personal property consisting of household and kitchen furniture y plow gearing harness one buggy 4 one family mare sock of sheep lambs etc Terms mnde known on day of sale CnA6 R UUiERt COURT DAYTho farmers being specially rurbed with their work Jun now caused the attenditnce f511ondny to bexery light and trnne with the merchants was light in f conieqyencc About half of tbeI 175 cattle offered were Bold at an Yer f2 per head less than i2ts1iIar stock brought last Court df AJewJowaandmoats wer0 offered and sold Ittgood prices 1j4 J tAFRAYSq1MORaflEADLt tb h celebration of the Fourth at Afore head r Tlannery of Elliott IcountyshotIiiigb Davis of Morgan county Davis was taken to the Osbo rne Hotel UowardMoore of this county was on guard to c keep baickcrowd from the wounded man nnd he got into an altercation 3 witk Fin Tplliver who stabbed Moore ia the abdomen Flannery ijiBdTolUrer were arrested w t 4 z re SSj v 1 rt r 2 t PERSONAL Clay Byron has tnken his uMI position with L It Slcsser nfLe 1ntllnI dameudgehloC G McAlister and Joecph IIpRicbart were iii Sharpsburg ThursdnytMiss Ruth McCHntock of MiIt lersburg is visiting her sister 1lrAc M Perry Goo P Jones returned Friday 3 from a several days visit to frierids t Morohead eSamuelleft cdncsdny for their homo ataTecumsoh AlafMiss Alice Cnlincs has returned home to Vinchcstcrnftcr u visit to Miss Mary Conner Harry McKce of Chicago is spending tho summer with his sis- terMrs Alex ConnerSMr and Mrs Voris Vanlancling nt of Sadieville Seott Co came onday to visit relatives to Mr and Mrs Wm Peed of 2fich oas visited their son Gen A near town from Friday till Sunday S R Newman of Fleiuingsburg was in town Monday on his way to theon rVO of THE OUTLOOK force CW Hfinaker and D SEstilllre tooM tick to be at the olllce much eekhilifeses Xannic and LyndaCrooks f Montgomery Co were guests of this Mary Dawson Sundayand eet Monday Miss Eva McKinnevnn returned o home Friday after a several days et visit to her sister Mr Voris Van at Sadioville Scott Co laMrildren returned Sunday from a visit to Mrs Conners parents Mr of and Mrs James McKee in Chicago Miss Ella Jones who had been at Mrs D S EstilP since October 3 to attend the C E ton convention at Cincinnati going from there to her home at Danville fo l The opening hop at Olympianm Springs will take place J The not exuding cant find any tilt with the delightful tvttttIterca thrt arrived Saturday night andIt lasted until Tuefdnr h IoQn tutoy if tboolU lI4If e Cvnthiana Pair to be hdd nt blailnh Park Iny 31 to Aug 3 est Caelusiveisli John Elgar Mann of Prickly 0 sh 8y he saw Hnuio frost Mon the ty morning It i not surprising of it wns chilly all night Sunday inMraZe of Poiksville eloped from hore nt 2 oclock Friday rooming c trdm Headaches are generally the reo of ye strain and can be per nncntly rtleved by the use of the proper glasses Eyes tested free O C Harris jewelry store REUNION There will be a Sun dayschool reunion and picnic held p SunretFleming Co Saturdayg Aug 3d All S1 nd a dren and their teachers of Bath nd Fleming counties are invited to- ttend MARIOS Svonvt 30000 Is PREMIUMS ANn PURSES aTheand Carnival Aug 1217 will give the above amount in premiums and purses Running trotting pacing and mule races Shorthorn Aberdeen AngusHereford and Citirya attle Roadster Harness Combined und Hors psmans work are provided with lib eral premiums Write for catalogue n hPIeasecamaccount If you have not got tbc money to pay just come in and fikedont need the money have no uscr niedowe me just come in nnd give me your note for same This U tinp first june 1 have asked outo leao please come in and call for your account D N YOUNG LcaisuiTivECoNVENTioif con vention of the Republican party of the 94th Legislative district com l posed of the counties of Bath ant Rowanis hereby called to meet a the town of Salt Lick Bath coun Ky ow Monday July 22d 1901 at 2 oclock p m for the purpose of nominating Republican candx date forRepresentutive from sal district to ho voted for at the com ing Novemberolectipn 1901 Said ennvontion shall consist of ddeI gates chosen by the counties com- o posing said LegilativedistHet who shall be selected by mass meetings held at the county seats of the- o counties composing said Legislative district on Saturday July 20th 1901 at 2pclock p ta The basis of representation in said conven tion shall be one vote for each 100 votes and one voto for u fraction over 50 votes cast for McKinlc y electors at the November election 1900 J A BaiiNES Chmn 94th Legislative Dist R GUUGELL Sect Qwlngsville Kyv July 8tb 1901 1t rSiS A lf Fiit J J AriRoiiiiATiOK The Bath Co Fiscal Court met here Friday and S appropriated j 1012 for the purpose of defraying expenses incurred during the resent smallpox opi entie This with former appro prlutiohs increases the amount to bverpost cAhe greatest novelties of tho age is tistThe guago is 15 incItes the height 6 inches from top of smoke stackton locomotive Each passengerg coach accommodates two adult or children nnd is sixII eet long antI 24 incites wide Aa la standing beside tho engine isn rom two to three feet above its top anti yet this midget runs 12 Jthoitonug 1217 Every child in thebtate should see and ride it POLITICAL Olyrapia Ky Toi s tho Republican Voters of Bath As my part I dont think it advis able to run u full ticket but the field is open I dont want any kicking now about the leaders nor th the clique This was loft to the voters and we nominated a man thereace is a man that grew up hero in- toour midst and a firstclass gentle an well qualified for tho place hirilepublican and has stood firm to is party Now I dont want any pulling bark I want every mutt iitt claims to belong to the grand party to go to the polls on the irst Tuesday in November and voter Barnes and the rest of tho tick Barnes is going to win just as of sure as tho sun goes down on the IJInceow smoke that in your pipe J iVallucc has never asked the people this county to vote for him for anything The people are doing this and they will lead him to vie cu torr My district which is Pres B had upon the ground fifty or n sixt voters antI every one solid Cr Barnes for Judge and Tiptoa d or Kepi emulative We look upon in ihl Tiptitn na our lender nnd he W ust make this wo us he can win JACKSO WALLACE UARXES The Republi n nominee for County Judge of athi J Wallace Htirncs ia mim veer of ont of the iwit nulerousfriimLiiutluejiLiaL faiailiw UI UItowna child of John W Hnrncs who plineclecameplace Tho father was a nll1t5 common setir IIillfathers character and byStrapid process of analysis and in ac orof he reaches the ertruthv ost intuition lie would make an excellent County Judge lItlied e law and cvMcncc on the beluf1al and In fiscal and other matters un aldcrthe interests of the whole people favoritism or tyressioniinrl justice to till are his fliiStirf te- uishing traits Wallace Barnes is laboring man dependent on his daily wages for his familys supn ort and his will CItov ellwaystIhumbles and obliging and would go to us much trouble to do a man a favors anybody when ho never expel t dtlny more return for it tItan a thank you or the good will of the erson obligeddCARTMILLPIKRATT dio Cart mill 24 and Miss Ora Pier U 24 couple from Bath county arrived ere yesterday morning and were arried at Brights Hotel by Rev Spates of the Methodist church It an appears that the couple elop d rom Mt Sterling where the bride as visiting and that they lust the oad somehow and ufter driving all ight finally reached here cowingS is yway of Ewing After tho ceremony the happy con- Ie immediately embraced each oth er and were too happy to pay any attention to the congratulations which were offered by those who witnessed the alFairFlemingsburg Gazette The foregoing elopement was earned lust Tuesday evening after uptweek They went through this town on their w to wedded bliss There were no fumilyobjections to the union and they could just a IIwell have married at home but there is the spico of romance alma an elopement you know The wedded couple arc first cousins The bride is tho daughter of Mrs Win Pieratt nee Lou Tipton of this town She is an industrious agreeable and much esteemed young la dyand has been a help to her owed mother in providing for the familys living The bridegroom is tho youngest son of Mrs loii CartmlllneoSahhieTiptonrifnort h of town Ho is a young wan if industry good habits and soum morals Mrnnd Mrs Edwar d Cirtnihlare congratulated und wished much joy fjeeth ac eSee Dr Perry 5t tf 4 Ashand oil TOWDIII of Andrew 08BanlsCIYIIIi daughter of Thomas Karrick of the Salt Well section eLoped to Maysvillo July Jth and were united in marriage at the Central Hotel Rev II T Cree The bride is n stranger to the writer hut slit of one of the best families in upper Slate section being a daugh ter of Thomas Karrick anti grand of John Karrick pros perous good farmer citizens and represcntljthc young man what P husband thould be as provider ut head of n family The bridal couple were accent pained by Grant Coylo anti Miss iiisy Coyle who were reported atlrst to have been wedded alo tay8vihle but they deferred theIninteresting event until Sunday ernoon when they were made ont D y Elder B 11 Ross at his home near town at 3 oclock The bride tho only daughter of Mr and Mrs John W Coyle of Washington Branch anti is one of the Pretwlicet girls in the neighborhood She is amiable wariest ztnt1al lioughover her husbands homo with grace and dignity The bridegroom is a M ird cousin of the bride being a n of Wm II Coyle of Washing n Branch He is n nice young man in ecr nnd of tliallotterJTnt OUTLOOK wishes both bridal couples the best of good luck and happiness and prosperity inter minable NOMINATED BARNES AND T1LTNhPursuant to cull the this county held a delegated con vention hero on the 6th day of Ju 1901 for the purpose of nonii fo- uting a candidate for County udgo D R Bishop was chosen Chairman and C G McAheter Secretary All of the precinctsC were represented by 1arnesw itlountyorscd ouivpreeent Representative the State legislature Hon C Tiptiiii and c lIed upon him to make the race at the coining vice of ion The following rosohtiious were ulIwi jnturly tuliipuil Whereas the Rcpulilicnn eon of ilion if delegates 5 aeScQibkU nui every prtvinit of the cminty l this July 6th 1001 pursuant tit call of precinct lueetingd for tu irponc of nllminlin a candidate or the odlce nfCotiuty Jiulge at it etiun tn be held tuxt November Resolved That the olice of Cotinn orItiele nearest points of intrnrst allde people in whatever condition or atiolt in lift that it har control supervision of large public prollv ty interostsSich us n largo andncotuutty55Tartn many ands of dollars in turnpike roads a large bonded debt together ith till administrative probttived fiducial affairs of every e dual in tho county it requires executive ability personal integri and a disinterested discriminat ng judgment to properly adminis r these varied affairs t That in tho person of our fellow is citizen J Wallace Barnes whom wo ow unanimously nominate as our tiuflLidateoted for at the next November ection these requirements arc uhi- ulfihteti and we pledge for him at if he promises to reduce the- alary of the County Judge that he willxonscicntiously keep faithwith people and fulfill his promises at he will keep the records of his Court intact and faithfully perform ll his contracts made with any in that he will resort to no such subterfuge or trick as to ro duce this rate of taxation with one mud raise the assessment with the other to deceive the taxpayers but that he will give them if elected open straightforward honest and elllcient administration without favoritfsms or rewards Resolved That the present wan agement of the County poor farmI inimical to the interests of the county paupers detrimental to the financial interests of the county destructive of the property contrary to the law in defiance of the udgments of the Courts and de feats the purpose of tho county tc- stablish a noble charity for out tielpless and indigent poor Resolved That the best interests of the county require an equal dis tribution of the burdens of taxation and n fair and just distribution of the public money and particularly do we advocate H more just and equitable distribution of the turnpike funds on the basis of tho needs of the road the amount of trave j and tho proportionate amount of wealth and taxes collected in tho respective neighborhood of the rouds Resolved That we hereby indorse the manly and fearIes Bjirsc uf ouR pre8clltatio in Bte Leg islature The lIon C Tiptun and commend his honest and coot agcous efforts in the cause of civil liberty during the trying times his incumbency and that it is IfI sense of this convention that best interest of his party and the conservation of a snored cause do raand his renomination and election as Representative of this di trict Resolved That THE OWINOSYILLE JiJo L j t i q T bi j1 fIJ tiX d OUTLOOK and the Mt Sterling Ga zette be requested to publish the proceedings tliis convention n R RISIICH Chmn C G McAlIBTKK Secy- CORRESPONDENCE CONTINUED PROM FOUUTII IMfiir Wvom IIi Snm Estill was in Lexington Sat urdaySOmar Bnrber returned from How an county Sunday Mrs Dodfion of Millcrsburg is visiting her brother Dr W E hihhiptDr W S Reeves and wife have returned from a weeks visit to Fleming county S A Bnrber is engngpd in muk og a map of the oil fields of Bath unt iVIenifee counties Mrs J D Myers of Washington C is Tisiting her parents Dr and Mrs W E iIiihhipsds Knob LickoIn this immediate vicinity rain ould be beneficialsEd Anderson will preach here cxt Sunday eveningA CissesGrange City the 4thmThere was preaching hero Sun day by Bro Davis lie with preach ere on the Saturday night before he first Sunday in August und also e firstSMart Sexton line dug a well for tho company No water no pay was Marts trade lIe found the j byisCapt Pitman and Judo Yar hrough attended the trial of Mdarth Cox for the killing of James Lowe Cox was released and Lowe still lives The nomination of Barnes for ounty Judge as a general thing itn npprovcd by the Republican 1nrtyohiere are n few so 1 ill vote for Daughcrty Would in probability have voted for him orway The eecion here Saturday even ing resulted in n majority of 21 out 28 votes in favor if u tax to build a new school huuso which is badly needed I am somewhat stir priseil that mnn with lit ige fatuities children voting against such n proposition while some of the lar iiest taxpayers with un children were in fivor of the tax not sur risetl at the nvtn that voted the tax but n the other fellow Satan Hiarmado Ihutnsnphyhis the hich patriotism nvirinby gets ti ok No man can servo God and be a ave to any political party on earth The independent voter is a man ith a backbone tho Kilt of tho a t inn The tree is known by its fruits The fruit of our present economical nti political system is fraud force ebt taxation corruption and pov rtyThere on has been a report going through this und other neighborhood er of u serious and criminal fluoare aboit two of our citizens that all wrong It originated from there being n newmade grave inw the Jones burying ground some me since Tho facts are Geo F Green and a Mr Hattcn buried an infmit his grandchild The reason for being so early was the heat arid the cause for burying it out there jhaveMt Sterling And it being u little l child of premature birth was thetreason for burying it out and un accompanied save by the two menc As far as Cam Rico was concerned he was not at the graveyard as re ported besides he is a man that has clean hands and would condemn anything of an unlawful nature Doctors everywhere recommendlHAKPKlt Whisky for the effects of hot weather and as n safeiguard against malaria ts purit ElIdby J IV Lane Ow ingsvillu Ky lane Hazelrigg Olympian Springs K- ysJIBOYD BALD EAGLEKYB DEALER IN ALL KINDS O- FGROCERIES CHEAP FOR CASH Fine Country Bacon lOc lb Ar buckle Coffee at 12c lb All other groceries in proportion 514 JRBkwait Farmers Ky- MANUFACTURER OF LUMBERFlooringCeIIngWeathierboardin uldingLathsTobaccoIIogs hdads Onk lickets for wire fence and Tobacco Darn Timber sVhy dont you see Dr Perry about your teeth 01 8 O NOTOED Public notice is hereby given tint tim Kerrt Company Limited of Memphis Tennessee has adoptct the following trade marks IIK L Kern and Kern to hUSC in their business as timber dealer- Eenttiekvin That all Staves Logs or Lumber branded with either of paid trade marks Is the property of said Com panyThat said Company has booms nt Farmers Rowan county Kentucky undat Parks Ferry Nicholas cotta ty Kentucky for the purpose of catching staves logs and other timber products That no person tins a right to latch nnrof said companys ijtavcs gs or other tituber products in Licking river or its tributaries above lither Of said booms and nil ersons are hereby forbidden from oing so unless authorized to do o by said Company or its agents r contractors in writing and any person violating the laws on this- uuijCCt shall bo rigidly prosecuted Special attention is called to the entucky Luws on this subject cts Kentucky Legislature 1000 32 An Act to revise and iake uniform the laws tif this Coat- oitwealtli concerning the branding and drifting of tree logs or other forms of timber anti also acts pro iding for punishing crimes and misdemeanors relating to same Sec 1 Provides for fees for tak ing up rnfts fleets of timber boats railroad ties staves headings etc For rafts of not tess titan 40 logs 400 For platform of not less than 10 logs 100 For each saw log or tree twentyfive cents for each 1000 staves and headings that re merchantable 300 These fees are for Heels rafts logs staves and headings taken up below the owners boningCRodtingrucd as to permit tho raking up f any fleet ot timber raft or platform saw log or other log or tree- prepared for the purpose of sale any cross or railroad tie board plank stave heading or other tim her prepared for market above any boom or other arrangements made by the owner for the preservation thereof Granilshall unlawfully cut out cancel obliterate or deface any brand re corird is provided Iythis actLivhiih shall have boen placed standing timber saw log or other log or trees prepared for the Iur- tO of sale or any cross tie stave or other timber prepared for market of another in this Common eallh shall be deemed guiltyD fa felony and upon thereof shall be for each offense confined in the penitentiary this State not less than one nor more than three years Sec 12 Penalty for convertingS branded timber Any persons who shall unlawfully take secrete cut saw split up or destroy any timber as herein provided or remove same from the maui river which the snrao was taken up with the intent to prevent tho own thereof from finding the same r in any way convert the sama to is or their own use without the consent of the owner thereof or ho shall receive same knowing same to havo been stolen shrll be L deemed guilty of a felony and on conviction thereof confined in time penitentiary for not less than one nor more than three years You will take further notice that ritter t Coburn of Farmers Ke- ntckyhias the contract for deliverF ug the staves for the o Farmers Ky and that Hazel Bridwoll of same place has the for catching same THE KEEN COMIAKY Ltd May 9th 1901 REWARD A liberal reward will ba given to ny persons for information lend ag to the arrest and conviction of ny person or persons caught tak ng staves out of the river and se creting them or converting them to their own use PRATER k COBDKN FOSALEAbuse in Forge lUll joins schoolhouse Good well of water a number of fruit trees anda good fence 15 MRS MELISSA ANDERSON SIMPS R NEWMAN LATELY OF GRANGE CITY has opened out a Drug Store at the Ragan Room ON MAIN CROSS ST- FLEMINGSBURGKENTIJCKI And would bo pleased to have his Bath Rowan and Fleming county friends Kivo him a call when in town TRY REX DANDRUFF CURE STOPS TIlE HAIR FROM FATL JNGOUT AND GI VES IT NEW LIFE Johnsons Barber Shop III cellar under Owlngsvilla Banking Co attention paid to clean Ing and trimming and chll drens hair AVork ilnuo at your house if desired 515MANITFACTUREIL SADDLES AND HARNESS OF Jfy saddles are tIme cheapest for they rido the easiest look better and wear longer any saddle made They aromatic right here Iat homo and are hand made I also havb factory saddles at thS lowest prices slIl BUGGY lEAnNESS AnE THE CHEAPEST for ihey are lhwe safest to use wear tint longest and look nice all time time IdiiiitrPutt on niuachinemado saddle on my baudmade harness ana it11Sthem handmade SrI will Save you money on MachInemdoFUiiy harness Purer clAfallI am Yours for the best saddles anti harnpfia EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSYILLE fe M0D0FARISSUCCESSOR Undertaker errUPDIftJP tlF ITiONIC BLDG OWINGSVILLE T L HESS FUNERAL DIRECTOR YS KyJt A HIGHCLASS BOARDING SCHOOLGIRLS Strongest faculty in the State Teachers educated at the leading iri stitutions of this country and Europe with brilliant records as instruc tors every one a specialist in her department Music department exl ccptionally strong Good table Loiatton beautiful and healthful only one serious case of eiikneF in 12 ypftcfl No fussy teachers ein ployed Frequent illustrated Ipciures by the principal ohhisre centItrolls in Egypt Palestine and Europe TrPb to the school Snforcatalogue 508t l THEaSAMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY1SIncorporated STOCKSSURPLUS v 125 00 OSPAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 e Address all correspondence to it HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KYSGOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTSSattvrrrtts u flaSSS IflSSSS S5S5SSS- S5STATEMENT QF CONDITION OF FARMERS BANK OWINGSVILLE KY1 fAt close of business June 29 1SD1 RESOURCES oans and niscnunts Ics3 loans to Directors 207700 5C Loans toDirccors01Ilcers not inHudedy 40T 00 Loans to 00000 Overdrafts k 11R4U- 2J5BnkiusHsolurnItro c 5500 CO Duo from Nation alBankst7749375ue Banks 100555 Cash IGOG 08- RiVenue Stamps 105 01 953S5 42 323Sl1 2G = The tho business rz OUnCES ans and 29 Overdrafts 4939 15 Lue from National Banks 1779785 Duefr StteBks and Bankers 1253 SO ash SJ31 4222983 07 Other Jlius carried as Cash 31 28- anking House and Lot 289326- urniture and Fixtures 2G2 30 Expense Account 1402 C- iRe enuo Stump i hIS tS71523 ALL KINDS LIABILITIES rT Capital Ftock i 40000 0J Surplus undu 22OOOOQt Undivided Profits 201888 Fund to pay Taxesi84 OQ Due National Banks 245J3 Duo State BankF 5919 63 IniHviatinl Deposits iIoOCG280 2- 32384 U 2dr 1Sorllto4SSSS5-Quarterly Report of OWiNGSViLLE BANKING OiA- t close of Juno 23 1001SDIscounts48080 LIAB1LIT1ESTCapital Stock paid in 130000 dSEurplusFundS Ifior37 4 SInterestDue DepositursE 40937 It i S0z123ITH BROWN Subscribed and sworn to before mo by TH Brown the 1st 1901 JAMES L CONNER CushierIfor AV P Conner Clerk Bath J M RICHART President C W HONAKKR J H RICHRlDirecto1 H BItOVNSSSS 54S 4 JPtpfPIJ76 I iqpi PJ4d August 292C436ttrid gE9OS3OOOO PEt sS aOOOO- TR71G1 5 f bliJULF BBM10 OOHFEOEB4TE RED8I8H WED ABB 4SAil tHIB 8 1C A tyE 8 R4 rn 1l M1LSSgRAD INCLUDING htORGOUS AND THE MOST TUPENJboUS iGANTIC ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever Devleed for tha ENTEPTAiNMEKT OF MANKIND J ECCU1 ION RATES an RAILROADS ALL PARTICUARSSI SEKCMALIOiuS EWSHANKLINSecyS WRITS FDa ILLUSTRATED CATALOGLEXINGTON KY 55S- i f WEDOBESTJOBWORKJ iS f i Jl fJJ t 4 t l Y T Owingsviile Outlook I OCTLOJK PUBLISHING CO Putliihcis OYVIXGSVILLE KENTUCKY t ROMANCE OF THE RANGE jr Ehei bin out here ateachln fer thU win tel now put An I hear that shes atellln that this winter Is her last That shes coin to Quit the schoolroom an Koln home to stay An somehow Im Jes haUn fr to see her go away f Fer us fell en think that rchoolmarm la an angel js we tjo I A little blueyed angrl ylt a woman thro 1nthro I V4n she treats sa VJ s VJndly s th amc OMrt vrr JV An somehow Im Jes hatln fer to see her po away She halnt never Rive me reasons fer ti EhoJwhen I say I t Thit I dread h r time fer Eoln count cvry- passlnf day a Cau Im hatln jea a hatln fer to see her so away her term Is bout completed an say rell1 dont think I got th rent to greet her an to aay a last eoodby t Seems to tough Oh well Im fecdln call It hcartrick if you may An Im balm Jes ahatln fir to see her BO away I tATER Oh say Im bout us happy as a feller wants to be Jestthere to isy what fo long saytfixed it to shell 1L never go away i Chicago Evening Pct 5 a Copyright 1S99 by J B Upplncott Com panT All rights reserved CHAPTER XV Col Kichard Somers dismounted and i took refuge upon the veranda of a a little cottage that fronted a cross t road near Mechanic ville whie his ar tillery thundered by and nnllmbcrcd l in position to face the enemy Men t horses and officers were worn out with eagerCnn a I t hours of rest The two great armies had entered upon the memorable awingip cottage eeemed deserted but presently an aged ntgress made her appearance from somewhere anti pathetically nt tempted to extend its hospitalities to the officers who began to swarm into the yard Clinging to her skirts w ii talittle girl of six or seven years Iwbcae fair complexion blue eyes and silken curls bctpcke a patrician par entage but whofe frail figure and in bcessant cough gave evidence of ti fatal weakness IJLr Her ma is done dead sah said the- old woman respectfully when Col Somers hurriedly questioned her con a cerning the family an her pa left fo younll come done come yistiildy nn go right back to town lie dont ltataybyaranftcwBut that child must not remain 4 v hen abefia3ndangeetrry moment Umf1d move out i 12cr Whey we gain move sab Dont ti know nobody any better cfTn we are zroan liyah Alcrsttr tell me to stay 4 right hyah an I goin ter stay iyah Ii Better tek yo folks an move onrali Iiwheyyou started SorserB had othcr r things to think about ara turned away Very likely the movement next lay woud carry them beyond the cottage and the danger was net press ing at the moment In the morning i the child might be tent fo the rear if necessary and tonight he rather wetcorard the adjuncts of refined life He had use for the old woman for be ws but recently out of hospital and somewhat spoiled by nursing lIe a made himself and officers comfort able in the beet rooms after the man b ner of old campaigners and prepared for the short rest which he EO much needed a Somers had made the necessary dis positions and left alone upon the porch for a moment his thoughts reverted to the cherished memento in his locket the ivorldlesi message of love which had to mysteriously reached him It F was just one slender curl the curl thathadtouchcdhischeek he tvas sure enoughi4 more vividly the scenes of that dark tJv ened wingroom nor have told him i ormOre eloquently that within the ex o f 4i cited city there was one heart which r held no hatred for him It wat no hour for dreaming and be routed himself to the present Around him were COn t tending hosts of doomed men the spit it of war hovered over the rude camps and death lurked in the shadows eager a j for his harvest From the distance the it echoes of dropping shots came faintly to the ear and presently what teemed to be a small volley This volley s claimed his attention anil that of thea junior officers ard he had ordered a sergeant up to inquire as to the cause when the sound of rapid hoofbeats ap proached upon the road and In thedlm light at he waited a frightened horse apursued by half a dozen troopers sped by Presently the men returned lead carryingta and clad in confeHerate gray which I was drenched with blood and covered Iwith dust for the wonndrd rider clinging desperately to the mane of the horse as he lay extended upon its neck had finally fallen and been dragged until the weight topped the qrunamcay The face of the unfortunate a a S fellow had escaped and to young and a EO fair was it even the hardened sol 5 diets were touched sc C He insists upon seeing an officer 1 said out of them Claims to hare se crets to telL f Place him upon the porch and call a i II surgeon Where did be come from1 1Somerwwas strangely affected Dont know sir He came riding headlong through the rebel pickets I f think and they shot him We didnt tY hoot at anfor at first the horse t teemed to be loose and when ire did see the you g fellow on him we knew be was too sear gone to escape We P kadordersagainst unnecessary alarms r and so we ran him down Thesurgeon came and laid open the jacket of the 0T aow aaconsciout sujterer He waved back the curious group and motioned for Somentoapproach 1 A woman r1 he whispered s t Is H possible Tomyroomtomy i n room The rough soldiers again lift ed the frail form tenderly and placed r ft the bed inside A hurried ex ttoa1Biatioa disclosed the wound a shotq bh1ad bad pasted entirely a itt7etb t4 W- IOc1J kr NUIIVL Mid tie surgeotJj e tntlfi Mfcf im and covered up ifce 5 J Jttft it 14 tM 1Il1t 0 1zz c S Xtc ft f l C tre j IttJI if T A iuI cr J Jr r t Ajo 1 11O f5v Itri ritlf I 4 + 7 IJP a4frJ a est chance for her The sentence of death seemed to inspire her with den Hid consciousness She opened her eyes widely and they rested in wonder upon the blue uniforms and strange laces What has happened slip asked weakly Where am 17 You have been wounded madam said the surgeon badly wounded but you are in hands 1IHaymond told me that he had had arranged with the picket to pretend only to fircnhthey have killed mel She shuddered but with sudden return of full consciousness she cried aloud My papers they are valuable where arc they We have none madam Oh Hodbat agonyob sIrs suffer 1 suffer so Drink this said the surgeon plac Js g n glass of stimulant to list lips more if you can it will sustain you lu the saddle ocketstuy papers Her eyes closed in exhaustion A you I g ollicer who was sent to find thw docu ment tame back iguickly Saddle trailing underneath pockets empty She heard him nnd un derstood Lost TheiiI tooam lost Ray mood Raymond She turned her face awny and wept silently Gentlemen said Richard Somers hoarsely will you leave ns know this unfortunate woman lie was instantly the focus of wondering eyes but for a moment only The little group saluted in silence and with drewLouise he said sadly standing by her side The eyes of the woman were fixed on him as he sought to control his voice Who spoke who called Louise It was IUthard Yes sadder older but Richard still God knows speak the truth when I say I have nothing in my heart for you but the tendereM sympathy Her eyes clung to his face through the spasm of pain that twisted her body anti drew the beautiful mouth into a thin line of scarlet now may I help you I woud help yoiiLouise if I might Tell nit upon your fouls hon- oriiFjteltath rHe covered hits eyes and toad Silent She waited in agony be dd not answer her Death she tc5d in horror Help me help me RiehardJ Sobs shook her and she stretched out her hand to him as one who is drowning A cry burst from the lips of the mnnly coldicr a cry no less agonized than hers Louise louireI would give my life to help you Dont speak dont look at me that way You must help mr yen Quick lt me whisper He mllstI cme1ie wont refuse now to comesoon The marriage mustmustbe fulfilled Bring him bring himto me Bring mv chudImpCFtiblr Lcnife he cried You do not know what you ar say lag He is beyond the enemys Jinr- shbutbllt he iscomin- gterwaterho Wa place1 time drink quickly to her lips toming Itichi ard Bring limI am dyingtel- lhimI am tlyingIIouifedylngl Xanon Nation I am a soldier he sail sworn in my countrys defense My life be longs to mycountrynot to nijself Xo one wouM give me permlfFioh to goon such nn ETranclnd if I were captured should die as the spy dies Rlchcrd you and IarEin Gods 0YesWould lieoh wouldI lie wrIXo Kneel litreI shall tell tounow I swear in Ills presenceI hail loved no man in lifebut you but you Hush he whispered chilled and shocked seeking to release his hand Believe oh believe me I cannot IklieeicannotI would if Believe believe me Richard Her hands tore feebly at a slender chain that Lad slipped down into tier boa LOUISE liE SAID SADLY STANDING BY HER SIDE om and dew a little locket into view He recognized it I believe you be said gently at length And he did he had never doubted it in his heart It is the last prayer of the wom anwho inall these earsof suf fering shame has loved you Go to him He will comemy childs life save the child forher mothers take Let me see her The soldier had faced every danger of the battlefield without a tremor In the presence of this womans awful agony his heart failed him The lost papers duplicates duplicates Richmond is younf Lees army de stroyed He stood up then and was cool his eyes reading her pale face as an open book lIe turned to the doorSurgeon he saidcome to this poor girl Louise I willreturnHe rode to headquarters and laid before his chief all the facts A long dis cussion followe- dIt is a desperate venture general and if I fall death I know that But if I succeed it may mean life for many a man in this army Still let me be frank I shall go not for that alone The decision is with you colonel My advice is against your plan And yetif that information opened the road to Richmond it would mean Gen Somers I have your permission 1 There was no answer I shall start in 30 minutes then said Homers The general gave his hand in silenc and turned away ndlyDaying from him 1 shall not be captured If it comes It will be a soldiers death wu the reply He reentered the presence of Louise clad Intheunltcrm of A confederate captain The old Tie IrrtGt wflB with her nnd hat In hud tlOUnLifli btlV1n W dJHfrl t Yj it a message to her t rs caught enough of the wom to gather that he came from Richmond How did you pass through the lines ho asked abruptly The ne gro grinned mimI wits silent Cnn yom guide throllghqllltk man spciik The negro looked at the uniform Yes sah Hut its or fang ways nowan through the swantp too Louise for your sake thee childs I hall try If I return nc moreit will be because IIIIIe fzmihielComneto me Richard knc l And now Rod biers you Tis a sinful womans 1irayerlnmt Ho will tear even me a murderers Murderess Louise I tried to kill him tried to end it I I fired to kill in my despittr it was the wrong man mw dimly through the blinds another womans room under the light of a matcl only and I killed him1I1 innocent titanIouhcin Richmond through the blinds a year ago Ah you heard of it 7 I was the man It cannot be It was a wingroom She was kneeling before me and the bullet struck here He drew aside his huh whitlIOod i comforting mr she whis pered The ret will come Tears streamed down her checks from hem hoSed lide Sonirrs chose the mo ment to hams her Keep her tihim e until morning hi said to the burgeon will conic then or not at nil And thru te the negro Vow my boy S100 ir gold if you guide me safely jute Kichmond nUll tack ViI yon need a horse Time negro shook his head Xo horse ran ercss whiar goilitci go lie led away briskly into th Chiekahominy swamp and when Richard itamrrs found the stars again he was within the lines of his cite uyvitm the Richmond lights in sight Sot until then dill he remem ber that he had no knowledge of Ray mond Holbins whereabouts Hr stopped amazed that he had failed ir this vital matter Da you know Mr Holbin in Rich mond lie arlcid of the negro Air Raymond Holbin- Ye seth course I know him VCe all blongs to cs ma What Then that house back yon der Whose is that Dats his house tnh I reckn Dont nobody come out but him to see cs lit tie gal His girl Her name what is bet naucCaIfr Chhkyitt generally Sometimes he called Vr Xanon Som ers stepped then nail stood with huh face toward the stais in breathless reverie a few moments My boy he said you saw the woman who was bot Yes iah She is dying that is her child and she does not know it here is nil the money I have with me it is yours if you will go bad with nil your might and tel her about the child Ho this my boy and God will bless you How von gointer get back mars ter That ocsnt matttIgO go Here is your moneyb quick now Bring1 it along wid you marster The negro vanished as a shadow with in a shadow And now Louise said the soldier as he plunged on into the city God is comforting you So far cs the chance of detection was concerned Richard Somers was as safe on the streets of Richmond that night as in his own camp but he re alized that perhaps be had a difficult task before him to find Raymond Hol bin And if he found him what than The city was in a turmoil Excited men and women crowded the streets and wounded soldiers were on every side There was to tt little sleep that night in Richmond or in the next five to come for the fate of the city liming in the balance during the seven days battle Somers carried off hie novel experience boldly nnd passing into the Spotswood hotel he sought a inc tory Ills search for Holbins name was at once successful and taking a note of the address he went forth and prepared himself for the final trial Ills safety lay in the character of the service he was rendering to the woman to whom Holbin owed much At least he argued so How little he knew the depths of villainy be was about to probeA directed him to the ad dress secured and he found himself before a spacious and pretentious man sion of the older style There were lights in front and he hesitated prompted by sonic intuition If hr could get to the rear he imagined and question a servant the risk would be less There seemed to be a garden and a wing and upon a side street he found an entrance through an iron gate which stood ajar Kntering nod passing a horse tied in tlc shrubbery be approached the wingroam without connecting the place ylth any impres sion of memory but suddenly as he neared the closed door the plashing of a fountain smote his ear and the experience of a memorable night rose to mind The iron gate the gravel walk the shrubbery and the wingroom XII were there and above all the low music of the fountain Then swift as a flash of lightning rose lila promise Hr was pledged not to enter But as lit tODd his mind confused and without power to measure the significance oi the new facts the door opened and r young woman stepped out The light from the iron lamp swinging overhead fell full upon her lie saw that lice face was womanly sad and beautiful a face hallowed by time sufferings 01 others like unto those he had seen sc often In the convent and hospital A vague half memory of it arose in his mind He lifted his hat instinctively as she paused in surprise- I fear you have made a mistake she said gently Whom do you seek At the sound of her voice he uttered a low cry and then Prances sbereeognizedhim ing the impulse she drew back stunned and distressed ToBe Continued Poor Target Practice A general was hard pressed in bat wayhensuddcnlyte his rescue and enabled him to win a great victory Prostrating himself on the ground he asked the spirits name 1 aro the god of the target replied tb spirit And how have I merited your godshlps kirul assist aztec inquired the general 1 am grateful to you answered the spirit because in your days of practice you never once lilt mcA Century of Chinese Literature Not Necessarily Hostile Mmce chalre nz not neqwarily Ia1ijeji t i ft HARVEST TIME HERE A Sermon of Congratulation for Christian Endeavorors Dr Tnlinnne IMnil n Mighty SIIKK tlvtiicHH In Ilia Text The ruwIIiu- iiI Perfection of Chris tliinlty Copyright by Louis Ktopschj N YJ Although Dr Talmage was hindered from attending the great annual meet- Ing of the Christian Endeavor society at Cincinnati his sermon shows him to be in sympathy with the great move ment text Amos 111 Behold the lays come saith the Lord that the plowman shall overtake the reaper Unable because of other important duties to accept the invitation to take part in the great convention of Chris tian Kndeavorers at Cincinnati begun last week preach a sermon of con gratulation lot all he members of that magnificent association whether now gathered in vast assemblage or busy in their places of usefulness transatlan tie and eia tlniitie and as it is now har vest time in the heWs and tickles are tasking in the gathering of a great crop I find mighty suggestiveness in my text It is a picture of a tropical cHute with a season so prosperous that thee harvest reaches clear over to tin plant lug time antI tilt swarthy husband man busy cutting the grain almost icels the halhur the horses on his shoulders tin horses hitched to the plow preparing for a new crop Behold the days come Faith the Lord that the plowman sleuth overtake the reaper When is that That is now That is this day when hardly have you done reaping one harvest of religious result than the plowman is getting ready for mnothmer In phraseology charged with allven om and abuse and caricature know that infidels and agnostics have de slared that Christianity lots collapsed that the Bible isnn obsolete book that the Christian church is on the retreat I shall answer that wholesale charge today EnIdeaorcrsthat they wili do all they can to take America for God Kurope for Rod Asia and Africa for find are not the signs most cheering Or to return to the agricultural figure of my text more than a million reapers are overtaken by more than a million plowmen Besides this there are more peope who believe in tIme Bible than ut any time in the worlds existence An Arab guide was leading a French infidel across the desert and ever and anon thc Arab guide would get down in the sand and pray to the Lord It disgust ed the French inlidel and afterawhuihc as the Arab got up from one of his prayers the infidel said How do you know there is any God And the Arab guide said How do I know that a man and a camel passed by our tent last night I know it by the footprint in the sanl And yon want to know how I know whether there is any God Look at the sunset Is that the foot step of a man And by the same process you and I have come ti under stand that this hook is the footstep of God But now let us see whether the book is a last years almanac Let us see whether the church of God is a Hull Runt retreat muskets canteens and haversacks strewing all the way The great Knglish historian Sharon Tur lieu a man of vast learning anti great accuracy not a clergyman but an attorney as well as a historian gives this overwhelming statistic in regard to Christianity and in regard to the num ber of Christians in time different cen turies In the first century 500000 Christians in the second century 2000 000 Christians in the third century 5000000 Christians in the fourth ecu tory 10000000 Christians in the fifth century 15000000 Christians in tIn sixth century 20000000 Christians in the seventh century 24000000 Christians in tin eighth century 50000000 Christians in the ninth century 40000 000 Christians in the tenth century 50 OOOOCO Christians in the eleventh ecu ury 70000000 Christians in the twelfth century 80000000 Christians in the thirteenth century 75000000 Chris thins in the fourteenth century SOOOO 000 Christians in the fifteenth certury 100000000 Christians in the sixteenth century 125000000 Christians in the seventcenh century 135000000 Christians in the eighteenth century 200 000000 Christians a decadence as you observe in only one century and more than made up in time following centuries while it is the usual computation that there were at the close of time nineteenth century 470000000 Chris tians making us to believe that before this century is closed the millenium will have started its boom nnd lifted itJ1 hosaiina Poor Christianity What a pity it has no friend How lonesome it must be Who will take it out of tin pnor house Poor Christianity Pour hun dred millions in one century In a few weeks of this year 2500000 copies of the New Testament distributed Why the earth is like an old castle with 20 gates and a park of artillery ready to thunder down every gate See how heathendom is being surrounded and honeycombed and attacked by this all conquering Gospel At the beginning of the nineteenth century 150 mission aries at the close of that century 84 000 missionaries and native helpers and evangelists At the beginning of the nineteenth century there were only 50000 converts Xow there are over 1000000 converts from heathendom You all know that an important work of an army is to plant the batteries It may take many days to plant the bat teries and they may do all the work in text minutes These Gospel batteries are being planted all along the sea coasts and in all nations It may take a good while to plant them and they may do all their work in one day They will Nations are to be born in a day But just come back to Christendom and recognize the fact that during the last ten years as many people have con nected themselves with evangelical churches as connected themselves with the churches in the first 50 years of last century So Christianity is falling back and the Bible they say is be coming an obsolete book I go into a court and wherever I find a judges bench or a clerks desk I find a Bible Upon what book could there be uttered the solemnity of an oath What book is apt to be put in the trunk of the young man as he leaves for city life The Bible WhatshalllflndSn nine out of every ten homes in this city The Bible In nine out of every ten homes in Christendom The Bible Voltaire wrote the prophecy that the Bible in the nineteenth century would become extinct That century is gone and I have to tell you that the room in which Voltaire wrote that prophecy not long ago was crowded from floor to ceiling with Bibles from Switzerland Suppoe tho congress of tho United States Rhould jwss A law that there iliouli be no woro BJbleu printed in 11 i u 7 America and no Bibles rend It there are 60000000 grown people in the United States there would be 60 000000 people in an army to put down uch n law amid defend their right to read time Bible Hilt suppose the con gress of the United States should make a law against the rending or the publication of any other book how many people would go out in such a crusade Could you get 60 000000 people to go out and risk their lives III the defense of Shakespeares tragedies or Gladstones tracts or Macaulays History of England You know that there are a thousand men who would die in the defense of t his book where there is not more than one man who would die in the defense of tiny other hook You try to insult my common sense h tell ing me the Rude is fading out from the world It is the most popular hook of the centuries How do I know it I know it just ns I know in regard to other books How many volumes of that history are published Well you say 5000 How many copies of another hook arc published A hundred thousand Which is the more popular Vliyof course the one that has the hundred thousand circulation And if this hook has more copies abroad in the world if there are five times as many hides abroad as any other book among civ ilized nations tines not that show you that tilt most popular hook on earth today is the word of Godl Oh say people the church is n collection of hypocrites and it is los lug its power ouch it is fuilhemgtout from tin world Is it A biKhor of the Methodist church told me that that denomination averages two new churches every day In other words deIat least 1500 ncwChristian churches built in America every far Does that look us though the Christian church were fading out as thought it were a defunct institution What stands nearest to the hearts of time American people today do not tare in what village or what citor what neighborhood you go What is it Is it the post office Is it the hotel 1s it the lecturing hall Ah you know it is not You know that- that which stands nearest to the hearts of time American people is the Christian church The infidels say There is great liberty now for infidels freedom of platform Infidelity shows its power from the fact that it is everywhere tolerated and it can say what it will Why my friends infidelity is not half so blatant in our day as it was in the days of our fathers Do you know that in the days of our fa timers there were pronounced infidels in public authority anti they could got any political position Let a man today declare himself antagonistic to the Christian religion antI what city uammts him for mayor what state wants him for governor what na- ton wants him for president or forking Let a man openly proclaim himself the enemy ofour glorious Christianity and he cannot get a ma jority of votes in any state in any city in any county in aumytward of AmericaA infidel years ago riding in n rail car in Illinois said What has Christianity ever done An old Christian woman said It has done one good thing anyhow It limes kept an infidel front being got ernor of Illinois As I stood in the fide room of the opera house of IV oria a prominent gentleman of that city said I can tell you the secret of that tremendous bitterness against Christianity Said I What in it 2 Why said he in this very house there was a great convention to nominate a governor and there were three or four candidates At the same time there was in a church in this cita Sabbath school conven COin and it happened that one of the men who was in the Sabbath school convention was also a member of the politicalconvention In time political convention the name highest on the roll at that time and about to be nominated was the name of the great champion infidel There was an ad jolt rumuneut between ballots and in the afternoon when time nominations were being made a plain farmer got up and said Mr Chairman that nomination must not be made The Sunday schools of Illinois will defeat him That ended all prospect of his nomination The Christian religion is mightier today than it ever was Do you think that such a scene could be en daJ1Slofwoman was elevated to the dignity of goldcuIwas bnriux1 to her and people bowed down before her as a divine being she taking the place of the Bible and God while in the corridor of that cathedral were enacted such scenes of drunkenness anti debauchery as hind never before been witnessed Do you think that such a thing could possibly occur in Christendom today No The police of Washington or of New York or of Paris would swoop upon it I know infidelity makes a good deal of talk in our day One infidel can make great ex citement hut I can tell you on what principle it is It is on the principle that if a titan jumps overboard from an ocean liner he makes more excitement than all the 500 who stay on- board limit the fact that he jumps overboard does not stop the ship Does that wreck time 500 passengers It makes great excitement when a man jumps from time lecturing platform or from the pulpit into infideli ty but does it keep time Bible or the church from carrying millions of passengers to the shores of eternal safetyI mightily encouraged because I timid among other things that while this Christianity has been bombarded for centuries infidelity has not de stroycil one church or crippled one minister or uprooted one verse of one chapter of all the Bible If that has been their magnificent record for the centuries of the past what may we expect for the future The church all the time getting the victory and their shot and shell all gone And then I find another most encouraging thought in the fact that the secular printing press and the pulpit seem harnessed in the same team for the proclamation of the Gospel Every banker in this capital tomorrow every Wall street banker tomorrow in New York every State street banker tomorrow in Boston every Third street banker tomorrow in Philadelphia every banker in the United States and every merchant will have in his pocket u treatise on Christianity 10 20 or 30 passages of Scripture in the reports of sermons preached throughout the land today It will be so in Chicago so in New Orleans so in Charleston so in Dos ton so in Philadelphia to in Cincin nati BO everywhere I know the tract goclotlca Ire doing n rrftnd nnd glo- rlou work but J tell jou there It 09 I r t i r li1 ijg power on earth today eqnul to the fact that the American printing press is taking up the sermons which are preached to a few hundred or n few thousand people and on Monday morning and Monday evening scattering that truth to the millions What an encouragement to every Christian mall Then yomi have noticed n more sig nificunt fact if you luvc talked with people on the subjec that they are getting disgusted with worldly philos ophy as a matter of comfort They say it dots not amount to anything when you have a dead child in time house They tell you when they were sickand the door of the future seemed opening the only comfort they could Ibid was the Gospel People are having demonstrated all over the land that science and philosophy cannot solace the troubles anti woes of the world anti they want some other re ligion and they are taking Christianity the only sympathetic religion that ever came into the world You just take a scientific consolation into that room where a mother has lost her child Try in that case your splendid doctrine of the survival of the fittest Tell her that child tIled because it was not worth as much as the other children That is your survival of the fittest Just try your transcendentalism your philoso phy your science on that widowed soul and tell her it was a geological necessity that her companion should be taken away from her just as in the course of the worlds history the megatherium anil the ichthyosaurus lunch to pass out of existence and then you go on in your scientific consola tion until you get to the sublime fact that 50000000 years from now we ourselves may be scientific specimens on the geologic shelf petrified sped mens of an extinct human race And after you have got all through with your consolation if the poor afflict ed soul is not crazed by it we will send forth from nay of our churches the plainest Christian we have and with on half hour of prayer anti reading of Scripture promises the tears will be wiped away and the house from floor to cupola will bo flooded with time calmness of an In dian summer sunset There is where I see the triumph of Christianity People are dissatisfied with everything else They want God They want Jesus Christ The fact is that infidelity and ag nosticism are founded on ignorance geological ignorance chemical ignorance astronomical ignorance geographical We have heard what the enemies of Christianity have had to testify Now I put before you the testimony of the church on earth and the church in Heaven Not fifty not a thousand not a million but all of the church on earth and all of the redeemed in Heaven Will you take the evidence of those who have wit nessed as well as felt the power of religion or will yon prefer the tes timony of those who begin by declar ing that they have never witnessed or felt its power You tell me that on a certain 4th of March 20 ago a president of the United JelJiiI was inaugurated How do I You tell mc there were 20000 persons who distinctly heard his inaugu ral address I deny both I deny that he was inaugurated I deny that his inaugural address was delivered You ask why 1 did not see it I did not hear it But you say there were 20000 people who did see and hear him Is not the testimony of the 20000 who were present worth more than the testimony of one who was absent Now there are some men who say they have never seen Christ crowned in the heart and they do not believe it is ever done There is a group of men who say they leave never heard the voice of Christ that they have never heard the voice of God They do not believe that pity timing like It ever occurred I point to twenty n hundred thousand or a million people who say Christ was crowned in our hearts affections we have seen Him and felt hint in omit soul and we have heard Ilis oicewe have heard it in the storm and dark ness we have heard it again anti again Whose testimony will you take These men who say they have not heard the voice of Christ have not seen the coronation or will you believe the thousands antI tens of thousands of Christians who testify of what they saw with their own eyes and heard with their own ears You say morphia puts one to sleep You say In time of sickness it is very useful I deny it Morphia never puts anybody to sleep it never alleviates pain You ask why I say that I have never tried it I never took it I deny that morphia is any soothing to the nerves or any quiet in times of sickness I deny that morphia ever put anybody to sleep But here are 20 persons who say they have all felt the soothing effects of a physi cians prescribing morphia Whoso testimony will you take Those who took the medicine or ray testimony I never having taken the medicine Here is the Gospel of Jesus Christ an anodyne for nil trouble the might lest medicine on earth Here is a man who says I dont believe in it There is no power in it Here are other people who say We have found out its power and know its soothing influence it has cured us Whose testimony will you take in re gard to this healing medicine Young man do not be ashamed to be a friend of the Bible Do not put your thumb in your vest as young men sometimes do anti swagger about talking of the glorious light of nature and of there being no need of the Bible They have the light of nature in India and China and in all the dark places of the earth Did you ever hear that the light of nature gave them comfort for their trouble They have lancets to cut and juggernauts to crush but no comfort Ah my friends you hail better stop your skepticism Suppose you are put in a crisis like that of Col Ethan Allen I saw the account and at one time mentioned it in an ad dress A descendant of Ethan Allen who is an infidel said it never occurred Soon after I received a let ter from a professor in one of our colleges who is also a descendant of Ethan Allen and is a Christian lie wrote me that the incident is accu rate that my statement was authen tic antI true The wile of Ethan Al len was a very consecrated woman The mother instructed the daughter in the truths of Christianity The daughter sickened and was about to die and she said to her father Father shall I take your instruction or shall I take mothers instruction I am going to die now I must have the matter decided That man who had been loud in his infidelity said to his dying daughter My dear you had better take your mothers religion My advice is the same to you 0 young man You know neil wbatIlilto iJ l t i i BEAUTIFUL LADIES GIVE VALUABLE ADVICE IfTO SUFFERING SISTERS It Peruna the Great Tonic Cures Catarrhal Dyspepsia of Summer r r pnSS VU KATHLEEN GRAHAM Miss Kathleen Graham 1439 Florida Ate N W Wash D C writes At the solicitation of a friend I was ad vised to use IVruna and after the use ofone bottle for dyspepsia I felt almost entirely cured I take pleasure in rec ommcndingyour remedy to anyone who needs an invigorating tonic Kathleen Graham an ug ALLAN 1 Chicago Ill a a head estimation Its are wonderful in I hand all the time never as a a different woman Dr S B Uarlman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio a prominent authority on womens catarrhal diseases will take charge ot as many cases of catarrh as make application to him during the summer months Advice free Address Qr 3 B Hartman Columbus Ohio I This head will be the of and I dont care how soon I dont want to try to drag through life with pain like this Are you going to give up now 1 Are you tired out with the effort to bear that awful pam 7 Are you despondent because your suffering makes you haggard and thin 7 Are lines coming into your face 7 Is your beauty from you P Think for one moment of the great multitude of f e women suffering in just this way who have been cured by Dr Greenes Kcrrura blood and nerve V remedy There is absolute certainty of help in this grand medicine Here is an instance Miss Agnes Graham 403 W 28th St New York City says Pox years I entered the agony with sick heaifaelies My fceil wonM throb no that every step I took was positive toe lure AVhen I writS home alter trork I felt as though I never coal there It ccme l to mo that every ttrp must be my List unit when I tried to go up stairs my head ached u bad I tmust scream Nothieg I took helped The returned the and I depmirod of orcr getting over Sly back ached too and often I femt so tired aud weak tt eenmet as though I coukt not 10 to work I was badly run sod la a very nervous condition lint I am thankful to say that these terrible headaches haTe left ice now that I taken I r Greenes Kervura blood and ncrvo remedy I say too much for this great medicine nd what It has tono for me I began to feet Its good effects after the first dose Ifelt brighter ant more cheerf lie every way After the flrstbntthomay eras goxieand Ibad but one attack of since taking Ncrvura I have now taken four bottle anuS haro had no return of tho For women suffering from woman greatest lean not recommend this wonderful medicine too highly Headache powders have lost their effect iveness with you havent they 9 You ore letting yourself be driven to narcotic drugs A You are letting your headaches wreck your Your doctor fails to help and your nerves arc in an awful state Just one bottle of Dr Greenes blood and nerve remedy will do you so much good that you wont feel like the same Try it and ace If you have get Dr Greenes free advice by or letter Ills address W 14th Street New York City STEAMBOAT IN THE WOODS Ivnnini Stans Story of a Captain Who Cot Tlironcii the Timber Ins a June 111w Did you ever asked an observing man according to the Chili cago Tribune that when an unusual event occurs anywhere there is al ways somebody who is reminded of nn event which overshadows the news of the hay I met a Kansas nina to day who after he had talked about the great calamity Texas told me that it was nearly ns bad as one of the June rises of the Missouri river Then he went on to tell me some of the experiences which Kansas and Missouri farmers had in consequence of overflows that often changd tIme boundary lines of counties and two states In one ease a Kansas town by reason of the shift of the channel of the river found itself in Missouri lInt his capshcaf story was that of an oM steamboat man who during one of time rises ot which he spoke cut across a field in Kansas with his boat hoping thereby tc make time TIme water was high swift tIme forests antI the steam boatman took the wheel and steered his craft right through the woods and across fields He concluded to tie up to one of thee big trees during time night anil resume his voyage on the following morning Hut lot when time morning came the waters had abated considerably so that the steamer was stuck in the mud Time waters continued to abate and by the second night there wasnt enough to drink The river gradually re sumed its old channel according to Kansas mann anti the boat was finally left there right in time woods The boat was dismantled of most of its furnishings but there were the outlines of a boat just the A farmer lived in the craft one winter and in the following spring the boat became the abode of crows anti other things The moss gathered about the hull the smokestacks rusted away and at last there was a crash in time stillness of time forest and the only dry land steamboat in Kansas or anywhere fell to pieces DEBT WEALTH Figure on the Former Are More Easily Obtainable Than on the Latter Increase in the national debts the wealth of the world are keeping pace with each other and each is in creasing enormously according to the recent figures out by the bureau of statistics of the United States treas ury During the lastlOO years the na tions of the earth hnve increased their debts ifiifoM am the wealth nf the jij ef Uie nations has adfancid to For Ills Peculiar to Women Peruna is Invaluable Remedy L FLORENCE p Miss Florence Allan 75 Walton Place writes As tonic for worn out system Peruna stands at the in my effects truly rejuvenating the entire system keep it on and have that tired feeling few doses always makes me feel like Florence Allan female MY HEAD WILL BURST death me greatest thought imeshache all time them down ftgy hare einnot nervomnncss headache trouble enemy headache life Nervura woman complications call is 35 Dur notice in great and in time same AND and given I18 time saute extent says the New York Herald At the beginning of the nineteenth century the aggregated debts of time world were about 3100000000 to which a cipher must be added to get thee debts of today These figures are more rasily obtained than are those on wealth for lit tie is known of property statistics in most of the conntriesamt still less was known a hundred years ago In 1600 the wealth of the Upited States United Kingdom France and Spain was estimated at 2024 4 640000 while Maihall now places their wealth 2 at about 195900000000 With these increases in debts and wealth popula lion has increased 130 per cent and gold and silver which form the basis of the money with which payments are made have increased 300 per cent The bureau of statistics charges these debts principally wars stand ing nrmies anti works of publicutility Of the latter canals hartmrsriver provements and railways are the prin cipal Of the railways which cost 30000000000 about onethird are owned by national governments jCollege Crailniitr InrremilnK The graduating lists of the American colleges this year show an increase of 23 percent It seems probable that all tin institutions of learning will have j more than their usual quota of sin dents next fall says Success As cel cbratrd college presidents have shown in the columns of Success from time to time the demand for college men in all branches of business as well as in the professions is gradually in creasing Omit colleges graduate men anti women with practical as well rs artistic ideals A notion prevails that girls who have been so fortunate aa to complete a course in a college do not make good wives This notion is devoid of common sense The more brain a man or woman can put into a his or her work time better that work will be This rule holds as surely in Jthe responsible work of housekeep lag in social relations and in domes i tic economy as in agriculture the arts mechanism law medicine or theology t Censor Destroys Rhyme and ReaoB f A Constantinople correspondent says that the Turkish government has prohibited the performance ot Rostands play Cyrano de Bergerae declaring it to be of a revolutionary character The Turkish censor is jm very particular that no royalty is pre seated on the stage and in all piece the king is replaced by a prince or a duke The comic effect of replacing a monosyllable by a longer word in Italian opera which alone is per formed in Constantinople may readi ly be imagined Most certainly no imputation ot rncouraciaff high trea loll Chill he ogatast IhoJTyjrfc lali cvhituI t b f rrx I r t r 1 I I c aGM M fCfIt W i STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS 1 1 PRECAUTIONS TAKENI Guard May AVntcli i tLllar of KenlnoUr to Keep Out i Visitor Marine Smallpox Ixmisvillr Ky July BThe execu tie committee of the state board of h alth has en instructed to look pInto the ilunger of smallpox being into Kentucky from West Vir ginia and Tennessee If it is found that the matter is as represented btrict quarantine will be established i against these states unless they take notion toward the suppression of the disease The state of Kentucky has ibeen spending thousands of dollars combating the disease but it is found that as fast as wiped out in one see tion it will appear in another It is charged that this is due to the fact that it is brought in from the adjoin 1 ing states nlined The executive com mittee is composed of Drs Mathcws i McCormick and Bailey and it will I take decisive action even if it is neces iI sary to put guards on the bonier line of the states The committee will also prepared and present to the next state legisla TbLure a bill to prevent the pollution of water courses of the state An in stance cited is that of a stream near M Mt Sterling polluted by a distillery f the effects of which are felt in sev eral counties It will also confer with tI representatives of the medical schools I of tilt state with regard to the pas tage of a law instituting a special ex amining board for young physicians who wish to practice in Kentucky The state board looks after this now and men are permitted to practice on their diplomas from a fouryear school THE AMBUSHED PARTY Four lien Were Shot Instead of Two a Br Vannn Clarence Shlpp Is Sent at Large Lebanon July 5 Clarence Shipp aged 17 who a few days ago it is F claimed ambushed nnd assassinated 11iehnrd Horde and seriously wounded on Scotts Ridge this county has not yet been apprehended although n posse has been searching for him and believe they will shortly capture him- Deputy Sheriff lack T Fisher brought in and placed in jail Guidion tMiipp an ilyearold brother of Clar Shipp the alleged assassin He 1enrewith his brother in the thicket the fatal shots were firM lie declares he is innocent but admits been with his brother when lhndng were fired It has been that four men were shot in 1 Ltfitd of tO115 at first reported Jit Horde who died had 40 buckshot in hi breast and bead Dave Mien was mortally wounded and John Allen ia 1 4 badly shot but not seriously A 1 lunch basket lie carried protected him Lebanon Ky July 6Dave Allen t agwho was shot on Scott Kidge Mon V de died of his injuries and Clar riv 1ui apr 1 If now a double ii s V de was the t lrm h n g killed In 1 4 tiily LMlref T still searching Jjrror3hiJp IUNREQUITED LOV Harry Graven Made Foar Attrirntx at Suicide Bat Some One AI 1 ways Interfered tJ Louisville Ky July 8 Harry Gra veru of this city has made four at tempts at suicide recently all unsuc 0cnisful Unrequited love is said to be the cause The young man who is 20 years old took laudanum six weeks ago A stomach pump drew ail1i back from the land of shadows be severed au artery in his wrist A physician sewed it up before he had lost cnpugh blood to count Saturday afternoon he leaped into the river fisherman pulled him out nnd he was anrrstcd charged with jlordcrly conduct Saturday night I lie tried tp bite the arteries in his t vrrixt and beat his brains out on the C 4 bars A big policeman tied his hands fuIulfeetand it begins to look as if afteraci a Redaced RatesP Louisville Ky July SFor the tri ennial conclave of the Knights Tern I pines at Louisville August 2730 the Central Trunk New England South eastern Western Southwestern and i TransContinental Passenger associa 1 TL tions and the Associated Railway of the Virginias and CArolinas have made a reduced rate two associations S granting inc fare plus 2 the other onefareSeckaaat Will Attend Hopklnsville Ky July GCot if Beckharo accepted an Invitation to be I and open the good roads con tf Ilreseot in this city nut Wednesday Hampton Found nsdlle Ky July 8 Walter 4hampton aged 12 who shot and kill Killebrevr aged 10 was broughttere has I 4dictfl him on a charge of willful mur derw Body Pound IlLexinglon KJ July4The body i 1 r of William JIart colored who was overcome by the heat while cutting 1 weeds on the farm of James qark b Tuesday was found Wednesday morn 4 Ing s I Fell From aa Electric Car l Cattlettsburg Ky July 5 William 5 i Xunn and wife of Ceredo were prob ably fatally and Howard Mead of Cattlettsburg Ky dangerously in jured by falling from an electric car 1 over an embankment near Clyffeside i park Ky Thursday night TCunn is a prominent merchant c t Killed Him Marion Ky July SWhileJim Brashear was at work in a hayfield J lightning struck his wagon killing Brashear and his twd horses and burnt J ring the wagon 1 Play Tear Vp the Tracks h l Owcnsboro Ky July GMayor SSmall Fridn addressed a letter to 411 Charles Broeker of the Street Hallway Co notifying him 0 j that unless his company complied r with the ordinance of the city council In 48 hours relating to the construe fUorof its truck thr city will begin themi t up k Ito Iafl uw July6Dm1fi JlMn 4w Vinjtt JAWU ium fela 1 1daiol 1i Tkwtapy tJlk iri JIfshJi6 4 i Jlf1 JptJIt Jffkr 4pf fi r S 5 CHANGE IN LUCK Milton Kendall After Team of MI- sfortune Finds Himself to Ito Heir to Oil LaudH Ix xington Ky July SMilton Ken dall of this city after years of misfortune nnd just acquitted on the charge of having killed Eugene Cas scll in this county about IS months ago has at last experienced a change in luck Through his wife who was n daughter of Dr IL II Lary formerly of Maysville Ky he finds that he is heir to 24000 acres of Texas land 5 000 acres of which arc in the Beau mont oil field Dr Lary at the close of the Mexican war bought up the discharges of five Mexican war veterans which entitled him to these large holdings of Texas lands Kendall discovered the pa ers by accident at the death of his father inlnw and only recently obtained judgment for soo acres He investi gated further and found at the state capitol of Texas the record of the other grants and since the discovery of oil he has determined to push his claim Kendall has lieon involved in numer Otis lawsuits and this has prevented him from devoting time to his Texas holdings He is now living in COIU parative poverty FOUND THEM DEAD lleeanic Wenlluy nail Itctiirned In Search of Ills SUterlnIavr stud Her Daughter Owcnsboro Ky July 6Jrlday- morning when the 833 train reached here from St Louis a man who lived here 20 years ago named II Widt mer but who was a stranger to everybody got off and began to inquire if anybody knew where Mrs Pauline udtmsr lived Xo one at tile depot could tell him and he came on down Into town inquiring of people as he met them as to Mrs Widtmers resi deuce Finally he found some one who remember t this tragic suicide on the night of June 30 1697 of Mrs Widt mer and her only child Miss Pauline anti toM him that she was dead anti told him the circumstances attend ing the death of herself anti daugh ter The poor tuna became griefstrick en and his condition was pitiable He had conic all the way from Seven Dev ils Hill on Snake river Idaho bring ing with him 20 fivehundreddollnr bills to give to his siiterinlaw nnl her daughter anti to take them with him to his mining camp in Idaho where lIe has grown rich He expected to find theta well nnd alive WRONG PiSTOL USED One Man Fatally Shot nt the Red Slena Demonstration at fowl Jnsr Green Ky Bowling Green Ky July iThebig Bed Mens demonstration at the fair grounds here Thursday was marred by a shooting affair about 430 oclock The sham battle was on between the lied Men PE one side and the cowboys and military en the other when one of the lied Men John Noakes was shot in the back and Ian gerously and perhaps fatally hurt Peck Campbell one of the cow ioys Campbell left the grounds im mediately after the shooting but re turned later and surrendered to the officers He admits that he did the shooting but says it was accidental that he had two pistols in his pocket one loaded with blanks nnd the other with cartridges and in the excitement of the battle he got hold of the loaded pistol Xoakes who was shot is sin 1 N engineer and hllln this city Carnegie Gift to Covlnjrton Covington Ky July 5 Covington will ever remember Andrew Carnegie and the Fourth of July Thursday Mayor lihinock received a cablegram from the retired millionaire instruct lug him to have prepared the plans anti specifications to take the bidi for and begin the construction of nn auditorium Mr Carnegie paid that he would provide 20000 toward de fraying the cjciKnses A dispatch of thanks was sent Mr Carnegie Company Incorporated Louisville Ky July 6The Old Kentucky Distillery Co was incorpo rated Friday afternoon with a capi tal of 300000 The incorporators are D Meschenderf 2240 shares O II Ir vine 750 shares D n Mushelinau 10 shares This company will take over the distilleries of D Meschenderf and engage in a general distilling busi ness Killed Over a Game Ilopkinsville Ky July 8 Colored men were engaged in a crap game nt Oak Grove Sunday when Dick Williams shot through the heart Williams is in jail Six lIves Saved Touitiville Ky July GThe lifesavers Friday rescued n rafton which were W Dean S T ConwayGinn William Khienid Charles Mitchell George Alboy anti G Jlronson all of Frankfort from going over the fall The raft is worth 7500 McDowell Will Appeal Iiichmond Ky July 0 Joe McDow ell absconding cashier of the Kstill County Deposit bank was convicted of embezzlement anti sentenced to the penitentiary for one year McDowell with appeal MajcnlHeent Eiidorrnient Louisville KJV July OBy the will of the late W T leant of Louisville who died this week the Louisville Presbyterian theological seminary is bequeathed 200000 with the provision that his widow be paTh an annuity of 5000 Claims SelfDefense Ttichmoiul Ky July aAt Panola M B Kindred shot nnd killed George Gnrrett who attempted to strike Kindreds son Kindred surrendered to the sheriff claiming that lie acted in selfdefense Clothes Didnt Fit iexington Ky July GLocal de teethes are looking for the man who exchanged a onedollar bill raised to 20 for 10 of Ella Childers good dollars and a bottle of beer The woman described hint as a lean lanky rube with a black mustache and a suit of gray clothes that didat fit him Old Grndre the Conic Tiichmond Ky July GM Valley view IS miles west Jtenben JIJU snot UJjKtfs Grant ICntea inftlotinir n falnl liftWkl THE BIG STEEL STRIKE One of the Subsidiary Companies Signed the Scale A Cainiillrntlon linn ArIsen Which Jlny AOrrl tli Ailliiu tu lie Tuli- CH ill Ilif Conffrmro llrKli- inlnc Wriliirmlny Pittsbiirsh Pa July SThie Xa tional Steel Co one of the subsidiary companies of the United States steel corporation has signed the special steel scale for lie big Meel plant at Min o Jnnetion Jefferson county O This is one of the largest plants in the eountry outside if tho rarnejsir works This is tho first of till sealos of the National Steel Cu to bo signed It shows that till National Co is will ing to accept lie eontiiuions clause including the provision to sign for all its mills At StenlKnvillo late Saturday night the scale of ihe La 1ello Iron Co for the puddlers and liar iron men vis signed A CO1I1jIhieit bin has arisen which may Iinic an iinporlant elToet on the nd ion lo he taken at the eonferereo beginning Wednesday being the Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel and Tin Workers and reprn trcntathcs of iho sheet steel iiI slorl hoop companies to settle the wage bcale On Saturday 12 men were dis charged from the Wcllsvill Isteel plant an underlying company of the United States steel corporation Xo reason was given but the men say it was IxcaiiM the discharged men were known to have been active in iinion iing the mill President Shatter of the Amalgamated association has is sued an order calling upon all union men in the mill to strike Monday He Is determined that the scale must be signed for all mills alike and will take no chances on a settlement of tIme existing troubles by the confer ence to be held this week TERRIBLE RAIN STORM Tue IlnmnKc to Inrin Inndn In tlic Vlcliilt of IynchluirK Tenn Won rrn Xashville Tcnn July 8A rain storm approaching a cloudburst swept over LynchburgMoore eonntyand its vicinity Mulberry creek which halt way encircles the town rose ten feet in less than 40 minute washing away lumber fences and buildings The post ollice at County Lint had to be anchored to prevent its being demol ished The damage to farm lands is very heavy Thousands of rails were lost and much wheat in shocks swept away In sonic instances the grow big corn was totally destroyed On the farm of Mrs Callie Hobo where wheat threshing was in progress the thresher nnd a loaded wagon were carried some distance by the flood Xo loss of life has been reported CAUSED BY JEALOUSY Edward Luthy Shot anti Killed Ilia Wife null Tli oil Turned the AVrnnon on llliimelf New York July 8 Edward Luthy 43 years of age a bookmaker on the eastern race tracks who lived here with his wife Abbie L Luthy anti four of her children by a former bus band killed his wife by shooting her in the head Sunday evening after she had taken refuge on a fire escape Then he shot himself but may recover Dozens of pedestrians on Park avenue opposite the house where the Luthys lived saw the woman killed nnd saw her body fall from one land- Ing of the fire escape to tIme one be low Jealousy and a quarrel growing out of a delayed titancr is supposed to have been the cause of time shooting MRS NATIONS CRUSADE It Caused u Jury to Find That One of Kanfcnn Xew Liquor luws Wan UnconstItutIonal Fort Scott Kan July SA juryof the most prominent business wen of Fort Scott was just four minutes in finding one of the states new liquor laws passed as a result of Mm Na tions crusade unconstitutional It was the inquisition law which author izes county attorneys to summon and examine witnesses touching their knowledge of time violation of the law Van F Campbell an attorney who was summoned refused to testify anti was arrested The jury acquitted him though he admitted the charge Policeman Stabbed Chicago Tuly 8 Policeman Mi chad OMalley who had arrested a mann for insulting women on Curtis street Sunday night was attacked by two friends of the man under arrest The prisoner then stabbed the police man and then escaped pursued by the officer until he fell exhausted from loss of blood Younger Seek Pardon St Paul Mini July SThe board of pardons will on Monday afternoon consider a long list of applications for pardon or parole the most important being the cnse of James amid Coleman Younger the former desperadoes In a Thrasher SSnmpsonJeWiliTenn while operating wheat thresh er fell into the machine and was ground to death before assistance could reach him Priest tlldcr Arrest Mexico City July 8 Antonio learn n parish priest of Santa Cnthrina Mnrller one of the wealthy congre gations of this city who was accused of marrying a former mistress to one Of the young devotees of his church was arrested and locked up In Belum prison Uied In Germ liny New York July S H W Bowen Cleveland 0 a close friend of W C Whitney of Xew York died at Xnii hcim of heart disease His remains will be taken to Ohio for interment Acrclyne Gnu Explosion Milwaulee Wis July BW E Fitz gerald c ie of the officers of the American Shipbuilding Co was Injured by nn explosion of acetelyne gas at his si miner home at Lake Xago wlckn late Saturday night and died Sunday irrltch Wan Open Mt Pleasant Pa Tuly8n open switch caused the wrecking of n 0 passenger Iroin anti the serious Injury at Mr Victor Woodward of urnictrniuel Ii ijJ 1J i 1 f L PIERRE LORILLARD DEAD Ue AVnn Strlckrii With tin 1rnemlc- Llilll In riiKlMixl 011 time UOtli of June Net York July Slierre Lorillanl died at 210 oclock Sunday aftoriioon- Tho death of Mr Lnrillard took plat at the Fifth AvcuuiJ hotel whole lie was taken from the Deitsch laud when that steamer arrived from Kurojie July 1 The members of lie family present at time bedside when the end came were Mr lorillards daughters Mrs T SuiTern Tailor Mid Mrs William Kent and their ntishimls nnd Pierre Lorillanl jr and Mlfo and also Pierre Iorillard III LoriltardV recent severe illness dated from June 20 He was in Kug iand and went to his lodge at Ascot hoping to see his horse David Sar riek win till gold top He was stricken with an nraemic chill and was sik for n CCl11t WitS ndiKHl to commie to America and boarded the IHulschlandhut his condition be came graver each moment Ills phy sician Dr Kilroy told him that he did not think he would live to get to Xew York but the magnate insisted that ho would It baa never been thought he would recover since his arrival TIlt funeral will be at 11 oclock on Wednesday from Grace church The interment will be at irecnwood Pierre Lorillanl was the oldest son of IVIer Lorillanl founder of the fortune which made lime family uanii famous tie inherited much of th business ability of his father nnd marked success attended the commer cial enterprises which he planned and executed At the lentIl of his father ho received about 1000000 antI an in crest jointly with his brothers and sisters in t lit great tobacco house of which his father hall been the head lie at once purchased from his brothers a control of the house greutiyiiuertmiseti handsome residence at Fifth avenue and Fift sixth street antI enter tained in princely manner In 187t he became interested in the turf His first great horse was Parole With Iroquois in ISSt he was the first ImmgIishmIezhyyachtsman and once raced his Vesta across the Atlantic He founded and controlled at the time of his death the fashionable resort at Tuxedo He is survived by his wife son Pierre Lorillanl jr and daughters Mrs IVilliam Kent and Mrs T Suffcrin Tailor Various estimates have been made of the value of Mr Lorillards estate anti while its exact value at the pres cut time is not known it is believed that it is more than 25000000 As long ago as 1SSI it was said to be from 000000 to 20000000 THE VERSAILLES FIRE ti meni For Belief of he Sufler cm Sent Out Ily the Mayor nnd Her W linker nppenlfor bylmyorBaker pastor of the Christian church of that town They state that 10J people are homeless many destitute and several injured as a result of tile lire which devastated Versailles Sat urday Foy business houses were destroyed and the loss is estimated at 5 000 to 730000 Of five business blocks only two buildings remain A number of per sons who were worth from 1000 te 5000 on Saturday morning are lit SundayItwomen antI children walking the streets crying nail praying as they worlllbeingflames PRINCE VON HOHENLOHE MrnruiKen of Jfynipnlhy Over 1IU Death l1CrehrI1 Prom n Number of Crowned llcniln Berlin July 8ln a telegram to EmperorVilhizmjim spmpathy in the death of Prince Von Hohcnlohe Messages of sympathy have also been recehed from n number of other European crowned heads in cluding one from Emperor Nicholas Prof Ernest of Zurich has embalm ed the hodwhich will be removed Tuesday to Schillingsfucrst Bavaria Two sons of the former Imperial chancellor his daughter a soninlaw and several grand children have ar rived in llngatz Switzerland where he died Died Iron IllH InjurIes Syracuse N Y July SWhile a a Prof Smith was attempting n slide for life at Watcrtown on July 4 his apparatus broke and Henry Phillips of that city fell 60 feet to tIme ground Phillips died Sunday It has been discovered that the rope holding Phillips was cut Time officials are investigating Not Officially Informed Berlin July 8 Alexander Dunn of United States minister to Persia was a passenger on the Campania Mr Itowcn said that he hail not been of ficially notified that he was to be sent ns iuiinister to Venezuell in place of Mr Lends Ulcycle finer Berlin July SIn the bicycle com chllmpionhlpihundred kilometer annil tier chain pionship race was won by Bold of Munich in OS J10 minutes The Perry Monument Yokohama July SA number of presentinships under llr Adm Kodgers at the unveiling July 14 at Kurihama of the monument to commemorate the land ing there of Commodore Perry July 14 1853 Poisoned Lemonade Ardmore I T July 8 Several hundred persons were poisoned at Ada Sunday by drinking lemonade Three children are reported dead and many seriously ill- Urntructlre Forest Fires lUtena Vista Col July BA forest fire southwest of here has destroyed many thousands of dollars worth of valuable timber Time mining camp of Pino is in danger of being wiped anyhefiumltenight Six trliionrr l cnpr- Dickinsgn N July SSix pris Sunday1fcDonn111 iuitlt S t7 ilIL PROCLAMATION ISSUED Public Lands in Oklahoma Opened to Settlement To Olilnln HrtcUtrntlon tlir Appli cant Hunt Show lllnirlf intuit llcd to tlnUr llomrnlrnil Kn try of ThcBc taints Washington July iTim procla mation of President McKinley pen ing to sett lenient the lands ceded ly Indians in Oklahoma was given to the public Sunday The proclamation divers the ceysions made by ihe Yieh ill and affiliated bands of Indians in accordance with the lid of Manli 2 ISJS mill those made by ihu Conmn time iowa and Apache tribes in pur suance of the net of June 0 1000 Tim proclamation provides for the opening of till lands in those reser vations which are not reserved at 9 oclock a m on August Ii next the lands to be open to settlement under the homestead and town site laws of the United States The proclamation says that liogin niug on the 10th instant and ending on the Oth those who wish to nmkc entry of land under time iiomcstcnd law shall be registered Tho registra hum will take place at tIlt land tfliocH at 15cno and Lawlon The registra tion at each ollice will be for both land districts To obtain registration time appli cant will be required to show himself duly qualified to make homestead en try of these lands under existing laws utah to give the registering officer ouch appropriate matters of descrip tion and identity at will protect the applicant and the government aiaiust any attempted impersonation licgistratiou can not bo effected through the use of the mails or the employment of nn agent excepting that honorably discharged soldiers nnd sailors may present heir rpplica ions through an agent no agent be ing allowed to represent more than one soldier THE DEADLOCK Cnmnilllrrx Have Taken to Tlirm selves Too Much Authority In lUnlliifr With time Chinese Peliing July 8 The minister of one of the great powers told a press rep rescutative that a lending cause for tIme present apparent deadlock was tilt fact that the various committees had taken to themselves too much authority in dealing with the Chi nese and had made certain promises dependent upon the Chinese agreeing to certain conditions which other ministers afterward found it impossible to accept Another factor of considerable im portance he n IIwns the commer cial factor involving the right of each government to make its own treaties with China anti the application of the most favored nation clause In his opinion the first difficulty can IK oicrcome shortly but the commercial issue must Tie eliminated or it is likely to prove a dcfinito stumbling block- TRANSPORT MPHERSON The Wrecked Steamer After Five MuiitltV Work Unified nml Towed To X York Xew York July STwo Merritt Chapman wrecking steamers arrived Sunday from Mntnnzas bringing into port the United States transport McPherson which went ashore Feb ruary 4 about 11 miles west of Matan was The wreckers have worked near ly five months on the transport Many times the holes in the bottom were stopped only to work open again by unfavorable weather TIll trasport was finally hauled off June aad taken to Matanzan After a months work in preparing the wreck er Vest for sea the three steamers sailed June 30 for this port THE KANSAS WHEAT CROP There I a Shortoge of Curs to Move- It AltliotiRli the Marketing Has Darely Begun Kansas City July 8There is a shortage of cars to move the Kansas wheat crop although the marketing of that cereal has barely gotten un der way The wheat movement started much earlier this year owing to the fine harvest weather and the railways it is reported are unable to care for it One railroad has con tracted for 1000 new cars to be de livered this month Killed fly a Train St Louis July SWhlle sketching on the tracks of the Burlington rail way a mile anti a half from Louisi ann Mo Miss Eva M Reed assistant librarian of time Missouri Botannical garden and a wellknown writer on botannical and geological subjects was run over anti instantly killed by a passenger train late Sunday after noon Strike I Over Telluride Col July B1he strike in the SmugglerUnion mine is oven After n conference lasting three hours Sunday afternoon an agreement was reached between Manager Collins anti the union It provides that the man agcmcnt will not discriminate against union men Educator Gathering Detroit July SOvcr 3000 tide gfeics have urrixcd in the city to at tenth the 40th annual convention of the National Educational association which begins Tuesday Stubbed Uy Preneher Anderson 1ml Inly BHe Philip Moore colored wus ill jail instead of preaching at a local colored camp meeting Moore accused Charles Close colored with being unduly familiar with Mrs Moore and stabbed him seriously Emigration Vrom Germany Berlin July S Emigration from Germany by WilY of Bremen during the six months which ended June 30 realized 05742 us compared with 55821 during till corresponding period of last year On All Inspection Tour rudingtontlirommghChicago ippines on a tour of inspection He will sail from San Francisco on July 15 on the transport Grant Iromlnent Club Woman Dead Omaha Neb July SIary Elliott Lumbard prominent club woman ard wife of Jules Lombard wellknown lliroiijjhout tho country ns lawyer and ajjiper illeij In tJila ctx Jjur layi iced OiV 5fL UnlTeraltr of Notre Dame Jtolre name lad The attention of readers is called to the advertisement of Notre Dame University one of the great educational institutions o the West which appears in another column of this paper Those who may have oc ruion to look up a college for their sons during the coming year would do well to correspond with the President who will send them a catalogue free of charge as wellas particulars regarding terms jourccs of studies etc There is a thorough preparatory school in connection with in which students of nil grades will have every opportunity of themselves for imiher studies The Commercial Course intended for young men preparing for busi new may he in one or two years according to the ability of the student thlrltlenstitution The higher courses are thor ough in every respect nnd students will find every opportunity of perfecting them elves in anT line of work they may choose to select Thoroughness in classwork ex iclnes in the care of students and devo tuna to the best interests of all are the distinguishing characteristics of Notre Dame University Fiftysix years of active work in the cause of education have made this institution famous all over the country A Doubtful Compliment Miss Mudd Mr Freshlcigh paul me a hairMissmineOhioStateeDoctors MIatnl rn It Is seldom that a number of doctors agree in n wrong diagnosis but evidently did In ono caso oi instanced in tho following letter from Anson Baker Co in Now York City Your Lotion has cured nn acquaint inco of Eczema on both legs and prnnounrrdlncurableby Palmers Irfiton has effected manY cures that physicians could not and it is tim ono medr that should be kept In every home If your drnrslst hasnt it send to Solon Palmer 374 Pearl 8tLN Y for samples of Palmers LotIon and LOtion Soap Uniting turn Kodricfc It seems incredible that the bythlVan Albert It is easily The pea was discarded and a bean substituted Chicago Daily News A VALUABLE FUIIMCATIOX FKCK- Uescrlptlvo of Colorados Scenery Health Resort Etr Send to L AV Wnkeley O P A fur liugton Ilcute 601 Pine Street St Lout Mo for n handsome special folder on Col arndo descriptive of her health resorts and augniCceut scenery containing the lowest excursion rates to Colorado throughout the Summer which have ever been made The older will bo found of educational valuo to students and others seeking to know requOlitMentlon wIll View of It McJigger I thought your wife was eco onieaiThingumbobSuch ignorance My Ajar man no woman is ever economical Vine stinQPhiladeJhia Heat fur the Dowels No matter what ails you headache to a yourbowelsure you without a gripe or pain produce easy natural movements cost you just 10 rents to start getting tour health back racarts Cindy Cathartic the genuine1put in in metal boxes rv rv tablet itamped on it Hewrare of imitations Insulting thingMissnightFreshleimzhVhat was it Wanted to know if I was a college grad ante the leaOlio State Journal Do Your Fed Ache and Burn Snake into your shoes Allen FootCase a powder for the feet It makes tight or New ItcimiagSwohleaSweating Feet All Druggists anti Shoe Stores fell it 25c Sample sent FIJEK Address Allen S Olmsted Lc Itoy N Y st Hardship of City Life Pa metropolis A inetropolil Jimmy is a place in which it costs you about t5 cents street car fart to get out where you can pick clover Chicago KecordIlerald Laundering Thin Dresses To launder the exquisto creations of mus- lins anti lace in which this season abounds has bo omo quite a problem yet tho most delicate materials will not bo injured if washed with Ivory Soap and then dried In tho shade But little starch need be used ELIZA R PABKEH A Pretty lood SisnYhat makes you Obihelast tin night Philadelphia Evening italic It is worthier to be hotiorcd by the wise few than to be flattered by the foolish many Wcllspring ConumptionJohn F Boyer Trinity Springs Ind Feb 15 1900 It isnt politeness that makes a detective youPhiladelphia eoBronchitis Can Be Cafed With lloxsieg Croup Cure speedily COcti Marriage is oflcn thc result of a mutual misunderstanding Town Topics A bad man is worse when he pretends to be a saint Bacou TUB MARKETS Cincinnati July 0 CATTIKCoinnion 2 50 4 00 Extra butchers 4 83 6i 5 2 CALVES Kxtra C1700- JIOGHSelcet shippers 6 03 ft 6 10 Mixed pucker 5 SO i ft W- SHKKI Kxtru i2 3 5- 0JtittSSprimig i 65 3 5 75 FLOim Spring put 3 70 4 WHKAT Xo 2 ml S COhNNo 2 inixiril i46jOATS No 2 mixed 3 ItVB W- III1YCii IlummsithiytiL2 75 1UKK Fuinlly l5 LARD Strain 55 S 40 HUrnphrlir I 1i y Choice xrramirry tx 2- tAilLl5Nrw p T brl 2 Cg 2 rOTATOKS Niw 2 2 21 TOIIACCOXcw III f1ll3 75 Old GI tjJ0JC- iiit ago FIOIJK Win nlinl JI S if WHEAT Xo a red uS QliXo 3 spring COlCX ujriXo 2 4 Y OATS Xo 2 i 2 1 KYK Xo S 477 IOUK MPSS H 00 H LAlU i lcani 855 0ij Nesv York FlOUK Win patent 3 00 6i1 I 00 WHKAT Xo 3 ml iij 743- 4CItNYo 2 mixed Oij5uy OATS Xo 2 mixed r JtYK Western 5 POKIC Family IS 50 ii6 00 LAKU Steam 8 Si linuumor- eWhEATNo 2 red 6934i Southern O- TCOKX 71Y Nn 2 mixed 4S 1 4SYII OATS No 2 uiixcil 33 CATTU tu lohcrs S 25 dj S 05 J1OUS Western Ii LonUvllle 80 WHEAT Xo 2 red fJ G2 COKX Mixed Crt 43V4 OATS Mixed j 30 IOUK Mess q14 50 LAUD Steam Q 8 53 IndlnnnpolU- WHKATXO 3 red 61 WIsO4v1jc lifr 4lJ t sa rwA11sg t BATHMILLIONSOFMOTHERS J USE CUTICURA SOAP ASSISTED BY CUTI CURA OINTMENT THE GREAT SKIN CURE For preserving purifying and beautifying the skin of infants andchildren asic for ckins- lthepofcrtzstsscaIcsanddancfruffandthcstopping of falling hair whitening and red rough andsorchanandfora11tbcpurpocsofthctoilctbath and nursery Millions of Women use Cuticura Soap in the j form of baths for annoying irritations inflammations and excoriations for too free or offensive perspiration in theform ofwashes for ulcerative weaknesses and for many sanative antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women especially mothers No amount of persuasion can induce those who have once used these skid purifiers and beautifiers to use any others Cuticura Soap combines delicate emollient properties derived from Cuticura the great skin cure with the purest of cleansing ingredients an most refreshingof flower odors It unites in SOAP at BEST skin and soap and the BEST toilet bath and baby soap in the worM COMPLETE EXTERNAL AiD mEESAL T2EATXETT FOB CTRI sTCMB 4 i errataPijIL xxxi to allay itching inflammation XS tloRand sooths and heal and CuncczA KE otTsa to i THE SETcoot and cleanse the blood A Scccuc BET Is ones an2 to cure the most torturing disfiguring itching bara tn and scsjy skIn scalp and blood humors loaa Of hair whm all clo rasSold throll bout the world British Depot Jr NJCI1JIZBT 8 Sl28 crrboose Sq London rorsaDgiQ n cmCOST SOle ftq18 UsA 1 Half RatesIMiw 1O- ODAILY TO BuffaloAN VIA BIG fOUR ROUTE Aftordin nn opportunity to visit tli- cRainbow City PANAMERICAN EXPOSITION ANU- NIAGARA FALLS ICound trip tickets to Buffalo and return will be sold every day includ lug Sunday commencing June 1st at rate of OVE FlU plus StOO FO1C THE HOUND TIMT Return limit ten dajs from date of sale ropular coach excursions leave Cin cinnati every Tuesday morning in Tune on fast schedules at rate of one cent a mile return limit two days from date of sale allowing two full days at Buffalo StopOver Allowed a- tBUFFALO Niagara Falls anil ChautauquaOn New York Boston And All Eastern Points Union depot connections in Cincin nati avoiding omnibus transfers 4 TsDaily 4 Hours Quickest Choice of Lake Ride between Cleveland and Buffalo on Co B SteamersCall or write agents Big Four for full information time of trains circulars of the Exposition etc J tYllCH P DCP- PEOeoPnssiTktAgt Asst C P liT A J L Genl So Agent CIKCIXNATI O I CCtARIC TraY Pass Aft CHATTAKOCOA Tmit Old SoldiersNow is yonropportunityi The right enierUOOOOO acres of ebolcu lands Oklahoma U to be deter mined br aroTCrnmcnt may register and file br rrnICJdl1jOiltwill prepare your papers and register year same If claim Is secured an additional fee equal tea percent tl the ale or tbe claim win be charged for selecting the land and niintt the Declsrmtory Itefer to any banker or pnblleofllclal Oklahoma Address DICK T OnGA ftrrr 0 T lEADERS OF THIS PAPER DESIRiNG TO BUY ANYTHING ADVERTISED IX ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVINO WHAT TIZZY ASK FOR REFUSING ALL SUBSTITUTES Oil IMITATIONS tIt itne IJb drut4- j 1II1af 1 4i PanIrn rican Expositiou111 IfarltoKormbtrl 1 5 1 CHOICE OF ROUTES T- UToledoDetroit satin- Through Canada Toledo or Detroit and laKe Erie Steamers or coins one and retain iHottMT Special Tourist Rates ton Nortfttm and Lake teorts i JUNE I to SEPTEMBER 38 Ask ticket aceatato route you Tte t2M CJL Dl17 D G EDWARDS PutenftrTnJBclhMgtr Ctadaartit PILESIUIESIS f 7 KDShfst by T11 tuB r iaIDK Tivvrflooxfrurn MORE SAuam fj I If Uo 7 EDUCATIONAL j3 iIi lAD NOTRE DAME INDIANA FULL COURSES In Classic Utttrs Eeo nomlcs and HIstory JounulUm Art JdeM r 4 4tricalThorough Preparatory and CaanMrcW Courses Rooms Fee to alt Stndents who fern corn pleted the studies required for admission late tb Tanior or Senior Year of say of the CoDegt ate Courses Rtoms to Rent moderate chars to atndeatl over stTenteen preparing forColleglat Canraci A limited number of Candidates for the Reel siastical state will be received at special ritesSU Edwards Hall for boys under 13 yean Is unique in the completeness Its equipments The 57tb Year will open September seth loom Catalogues Free Address REV A AIORRUSEY C S C PrctMcat less Chartered XMI I OCCSTDAtBACADKJIT KealsehoolrorfcoTa Li 7 rCiSi5 Ww Upp i4PJ A N KB 1873s WHEN WRSTIXa T0 ABVKRTIIIHI Y j lrlrwtkP r i ro i W Z iL2La io ti j M i LaIi I d b T44- I11 I OWINf7 V L f 7IOUTLQOT AS1iIo cot tSou GSi KYj t i PER VEARrIN ADVANCE t1 T1IU1tSIAY JULY 11 1001 fci r Every business conimunientinn l uiust be addressed to TUB OCTLOOK llItiLISIJIK Co OWING YIIU Kr e1se we willnOt be responsible for it I ANNQUNCEfinENT tFOR REPRESENTATIVE care authorized to announce J E Pec1cT Izarps1nr n cnn xiiilalp forii Lv isinhjrc fromthe llathUofUlcJjj lrit iibjict to the notion of tbg Dcimicratic party FOlM AGIS fR ATE WP nrenuthnrisid to announce Fratik C ffU1itrnspf coresF r TV for roap Jr n tho Whitf Sulphur net subJect q the ac tion of pnrtysWe Are authorized to announce Gen W 1z oinearfle Ii1- Ictndidatetfortho a namlhntipn for Magistratejun the White Sulphur tlsstrict Nt MI the action of the Republican pirty THE hum ne prnctic of putting straw bniuiets on horses In hot woatlier ifSbiConiing preyalent in the lti i Tons LSULLivA1ifliChnr1eV Mitchell op EnglandSire going to box four runih Thafh tin ana chronisiu PIERPO MonflAN gn buck from Europe lnly4zIuttEece was 110 u i tKo catr edge of the clntinSll a i rdingto the title gauges X 4 T mT 11fd r1Jfrif 20 gold pi ec 2Ji um iiftoji iTrecen t ly from xhlMif Mint at San Fran cisco The minis are generally supposed ttj bo pr of against steal ing f iixT THE State Qf South Carolina as- R bar says Uncle Sam Mia no consmuti rlglit t charge u State InteriilRovcnue license Bet 01lr orUnck charging and Ilia 1dce all thb s mo 1colleetlng c 7JallSr lournalSays obin of fjshion wearcor is the rca on their I clothes ntte1I Ambassador Choate tke ntccorthegrO I libel andfekllfiil may avert warj 1CovingItona Fourth July gift of a- Oj audi rhim Hardly a dny passes without the report of hi- sgiftofararytosoxnecity Ho will certainly be remembered as tho j prince of Sirere THE imperJ1 stic esperimentin- f f 1 Ihe PhlIiirnakesn excellent tart in tile fieTectionofJudgeWni H Taft tSbsiril GaTornor If all tho appointments were of that high charlu t ltPflemthsm r ouldIe minimized tigt lenrnjhat the i bulk ofc the iirJerac It M0 In ttlte h makers can d blo a ll itJtY by puttin tw jgrtBnfro two yellows j in encHSpacRiristeadof the Chinese fashlo of OOYOpe Av sbK blew in of the LouUvUIp millinery IOaBtreftlfll Lavsori8J money sloped th Mexico his partner a ruined roan The lir is irapotcntto punish Law POH n hit frt HyiJsonlj technic ally airpach ot trust Tn lirtwaiftJanis meeting reception sonic wel fotler8 rejecting 1ixedHi veto n it into pnrtieswill bid for bH r W1 can peecureI1 he wants in the way of i pub1Icrepitjjjn1 f t r 13 ViniER came from liii t Idaho ine to Owejsborn to pro 4 = sent hie eisRrivil9irr rr Raulino i Wide rand his niece Miss Pauline JWide rwith 10000 but was ov erwhe cfs l r Mt le ru1ng that t y linU committed suicIde i becaufl of pbvert1oirears dgo+ ON ily 4th thePortoRican As 0 embI unanimously passed a roso t- cIntion hnt the Jslanrt could sustain its gwefntaent without drawing tpon s 8tQBS8i rtCjeiptPi U r would have been infinitely better 2 for the t tulliin if U lc Sab had approprfnted tile money from the U5TjrbaiMiryrfit tfie istarter to make t1c deficit MJ ttJ Wiruthejrauguratioicof CivH 4r povcnyfinr fph6 PhUinpine8 July f r 4th tbnaliES8jHganto ejujoy the blessingsnfa biturcated govern mental pysttmi If klIy will be scivil they will have civil govern 1 BtrtTifxihev are rebellious iz they wiH jvc m Hilary rule as both nretvorkfne ide by side re0 t i ONEfjrtnf1 Ut Titrkeyt Iti Z fouro tIe dNlZact w ek Sf She w J1 r i1ire ithe greatp4 k tJi ite l klefi ljUvthree rcparning iwives he has nyniitpd pcjalisques or concubines nlIft pick and t 1 choicetjejreflyjT1s tifhsp J whole fmptrotort pllnllih the bur a 4 4mstockt 1 Owxni Ueliraskh had two leged Mesicaa bull fights nt the b Btr et XlirelasCwcekl The first bull nearly jjftifrd ti 1lIrl Hlnrbutthp next oneTo tint ficht A bull 4yZ fight iihlft Oi 1cins tiling wJ hut blood Adme1iler nut PortoTlIco lias a righttokiekuttho Fiipprcs rs ion ofituiLrOoster fighting there whietiey are permitted in j40m jtthe States 4 r L f tisJHJU ttp1 t fi i t- r7 iIrIool viis i 7t F t fr r iJ 1 jifS ii i t1 i1 o1 r 1 t Iiiuq J1j i1l 1 j i1r t fIk d =TtM l hfdlr n o tnwlv of im piiiaiism is that markets must lif securpd Mnrkrts nro necessary hutthc iiint tinnhjictiiiiinlile way 16 secure tliiin j to go to other nu thins mid IIlfHtll trade oil a basis equally fair to bith titled T con quer other peoples and hold tlicin by force in order to trade with them on le conquerors own Urms can nut lie iimrally justified TIIICUK i nil of tho same old port of human nature about imperialism that wn LI3Wiitfl a tribe of savage first met a weaker tribe and proceeded to sitbjugalo thom and appropriate their spoils Im perialism d psnl design only inei dpntally to benefit tin Filipino tlic Porto Ruitus and other sub jects the prime object is to draw benefit materially from them =BOOKKI WASHINGTON lays great tress on IMP having to wear a Sow linen shirt that scratched his ten tier skin when he was a slave boy in Virginia There are hundreds of Bath count white men of the most respectable farmer citizenship who wore that single garment in the summer time until they were on the verge of young manhood and they tell it now with humorous pride A lot of colored boys used the water reservoir at huntington W Va for a bathing pool When the town ollicials learned it the wa ter was drawn oir1i refilling the reservoir the pumps broke down tire broke out and 200000s worth of property witS destroyed because Water was lacking to put out tho fire Tliftue boys can boast of their costly baths if they escape kuklux ing THE Knton county grand jury returnednnnthiir In d ictl1en tagai list Justus Gocbcl The prosecuting witness was A 1 Lan tllTne whu charges that by threats that ho would procure his discharge Gae bel caused him to pay him 10 per month of his salary as a clerk in the Covington waterworks depart ment for twentythree months In nocent or guilty IheGoebcl regime Is waning fast at its headquarters Wo Tim FANG the Chinese Min ister has become the favnriteAmer tuan orator fur public occasions If his English sounds as 011liS it roads ho is as much of a wonder in his mastery of tho language as Carl Schurz Wu was the chief orator at the Philadelphia celebra tion of the Fourth Ho was greatly delighted recently with hisehtertain meat at Buffalo at which a lot of singers sang We dont know why we love you Vti but we do =Gey CHAFFEE ollleially reports un instance when at the solicita sion of U S Minister Congcr he sent n party of soldiers to protect the person of a missionary while tho latter collected indemnity from the Chinese in u section where the Boxers had mistreated the native converts It is said that in at least one instance tho lendere who had done the mischief collected tho in demnity from innocent Chinese and having taken three times the sum demanded by the missionary pock cud the excess It is justly denom mated a highhanded outrage on the missionaries part T P OCoNNOK in England quotes Andrew Unrncgio as saying that witlrnll his wealth ho cant digest his food and is almost ready to make Fausts bargain with Me phi tulheles in return for his youth and health Carnegie ismoro intellectual than iuostrot the great millionaires riud his success from a materiel point qf view fails to sat isfy him His usefulness to the world Is undeniable for he demon strated that hr could make steel cheaper than all the world and at the same time pay his army of em ployes the highest average wages But how much more useful ho would hare been if he had accomplished that result without the favors of the Government by protective tariff laws that made the consumers for long years pay a far higher price forsteeland its manufactures He wouldnt have had so many millions perhaps but likely his satis faction would be greater IT is said that Russias actions in regard to the U S tariff are in policy1thamanufacturer to the utmost and at whatever cost The United States Cant kick since Russia learned the protection lesson from this country suppose every nation patterns after the United States byerecting a prohibitory protective tariff wall what will become of this countrys markets The home market the Idealof the protectionists would bo left and that is alt England is about the only European country thiit cant support itself on its homegrown agricultural products hUt that m y be provided for in t1ruebyon imperial federation cs tiihlUhingfree trade between England and her rapidly developing colonies There is n rapidly grow lug sentiment in Europe to fight theUnited States with protective tariff fire and the policy is likely to he generally inaugurated soon Of course the United States is strong er in tho fight than any one of those nRtonsl1nd can exist without their trade but not without vast loss CORRESPONDENCE Cralgs Felix Warren has been laid up for some time with n rising on his armInytVirrenwit080d son Fe Mxiinve gone to Rock Hill tospund a weekwith her parents IN Wright wife and laughter titnudure with her parents F F Warren and wife to stay a week She is very poorly We itre lufving some sickness in nurlittle town Thomas Craig is verysiekYiurserIbtisichiand ias bcctftfor EQmettinier T J i 41Jfs Wtj hn n 7IliePifleol tiny nilIIrllf bv IhIItNI Willia handled his llj t well a1 of preaching for this year litII Our school willlbegin July I Mis Annie SimJot will be teacher Shin comes well recommended as flrstcltsa teacher Hope hl1 will give satisfaction Wotit End Corn la a little backward Miss Annie Piigh is no better Mrs George Shoop is no better There are several visitors at the While Sulphur Springs Miss Pearl Landrtim visited Mrs Charles Clayton last week Look hero Montana wo have looked in vain Now S M W we expect il A C Iiersall and wife of Win chester uro visiting tho Ticrsall brothers Mrn James Robpi on who had her arm broken some tune ago is doing well Moores Forry Born July 2d to W R Razor tUtU wife a sun Mrs A D Rawlings of Grange City visited here Sunday George Itautt of Sherburnc was here Saturday night and Sunday George W Kimbrcll of JeflW souvillc is visiting his sou E C Kimbrcll Mrs John Otis nnd two little girls of Salt Lick visitedat T I Batys Saturday and Sunday Milton Carpenter and wife of KnOt Lick visited the formers mother Mrs Win Ingram Sunday Misses Mattie and Melva Phelps returned to their hornu in French burg Saturday utter a three weeks visit to their sister Mrs G B My ers Uppor Prickly Ash Almanzi Stone hnda valuable cow to die last week Will Rirutt started out with his thrashing machine Tuesday Mrs B F Shrout and son Rus sell D were guests of relatives at Salt Lick Sunday The infant children of Mr and Mrs John Miirkland who have been quite sick for several days arc bet ter Mrs Frances Hamilton and son James visited relatives in Mont gomery Go from Saturday until Monday Will Stone of npr Carlisle was the guest of his brother R L Stonp Sunday night and attended Courl in Owingsvilie Monday Slate Valley Elder Ross preached here Sun diy and Rev Ed Sanford Sunday night Several from this place attended the picnic in Couhliurds woods on the Itli- Banks Coyle son of Mr Andrew Covle anti Miss Karick laughter of Thos Karrick of tho Salt Well neighborhood eloped to Maysvillo on July 4 and were married The couple were accompanied by Grant Coyle andMiss Daisy daughter of John Coyle all of tliia place The latter couple were married Sunday evening at the home of Elder R oilieintingfheyand we extend congratulations Grange City Two ladies were baptized at the river Sunday p m Tim picnic passed off quietly The crowd was not as large as us ual Miss Minnie Walton and broth ore gave an icocrcum supper to n number of friends Thursday night David R yse fell Sunday evening and dislocated his hip which was soon set by Dr W E Phillips of Wyoming Mrs Mollie McCann and son Charley of Outline Okla came Saturday on n visit to her mother Mrs Emily Bradleyohrl thor rel ativesMabel Lee little daughter of L B Newman andwife has been very poorly with spinal meningitis and cholera infantum but is some bet nowMisses Lillio Spencer qf Roes Run and Bertie Gault Maud Coyle and Florence Honakor of Owings rUle were visitors at Joe Spencers lust week Carrineton Roe Johnson had a dog to go mud one day fast week A heavy ruin full near McCausey and broko up tho picnic Sam Kendall is jeweler barber and gunsmith at Rolhwell The smallpox scare is about over here They say there is no danger nowJohn Craig our blacksmith gets steady work repairing bicycles for the boys Jamb Sorrell got his thumbsplit with n saw while working ntthlTaylor stave mill on Clifton Sam Dennis rind wife have re turned from Texas where they went for his wifes health lIe say I he thinks Kentucky is the best plaeofor a poor man Zack Sexton is learning fast on his new wheel He says in a few days ho can ride u mile a minute Married June 30th Mr Henry Wright and Miss Rosa Hatfield They eloped to Frenchburg about 20 lock Sunday morning got mar neil clime back to his fathers to make that their homo for awhile VYo all wish them a long and happy life iI I a iA y Farmers gin11IJinClarence Teal hits seiiired n po sition as hrnkemun on the CI O W U Ittittl Miss Dollie Lexvis WITI married Monday Your ticrilie joins their many frirndi in hnplJIiMynliterclIIellWII OS years old and win tilts mother of I 2 children fi of whom survive her We extend our sympathy to thu bereaved family News reached hero Sunday that Gen T Green of this town had married a Iia Sue of I ron 4fl1 O Later advices lire that Green in in jail Mrs Green is u daughter of James Goodpaster of OLIn Bath Co Hillsboro Leonard Hawkins has returned home from Covington- A partyof young folks went to Morehead Sunday for an outing Miss Nora Hedges of Tarboro N C is the guest of J M n ings and family Clias W Gray returned homo Saturday from tho Philippines af ter eighteen months service in tho army spufromimIns brothcr and sisterllerman and Miss Daisy Hopper E D Rankin returned homo Monday from Covingtonftr sev eral days visit to relatives His health is improved Willie Reeves was accidentally hot in tho neck Saturday bv Stock well McMunnus His condition id not cosidered dangerous A letter from Prof Montclla Gray states that he is down with inilamatory rheumatism which will delay him in taking charge of our hand ibis recovery is anxiously looked for Salt Lick Dr L F Robbins of Morehcad was in town Saturday Poplllrlluiufield Dr Lewis Henry Wills and W W Razor attended court in 0v ingsvillo Monday MrsIV A Whitcomb mtumed home Tuesday from a visit to rela tives in Winchester Miss Martha Snodgraas1 has returned from a protracted visit to friends in Beattyvillc- Misa Minnio Cumming whobud been visiting in Pennsylvania for some months cauie home Saturday Howard Moore who was etalilicd at Morcliead on the lib is in a Jail gerous condition and not expected to recover I Sales day Saturday brohi only a fair crowd tit town Thr bussleave tc offered for sale and brought fair prices Wash Fullz after nearly wo years service in tho Philippines arrived here Monday on his wily home to Carter County He lcft Manilla May 20 and was discharg cd at San Francisco ulr 2 The Salt Lick Deposit bank was organized last Tuesday The of ficers are II II Lewis President J H Campbell Vice President W A Whitcomb Secretary and Treas urer other directors no 11 Jones J H Maze W W Razor W P Dickerson and II T Hopkins Al len H Points of Jonesvillo Ky will be Cashier and the bank will open for business October 1 A nice brick building will be erected by the side of the Masons and- O d Fellows hnll Moorefield Mrs Gregory and children spent Wednesday ut J B Durhams Several from hero attended the rullyat Parishs Chapel Saturday Miss Lida Gardner has been spending this week with Mrs Jo fiiah Godbey C C Cole and wife spent the Fourth visitingsome of Mrs Coles friends near here Corn is growing rapidly and tho prospect is for u good crop Fruit is almost n failure t A protracted meeting will begin lit the Christian Church tho third Sunday in this month The icecream supper at tile r hi s1AboutquietSorneofvantage of the holiday by sleeping all day Dr Boyd n specialist from Lour isville will spend this month Moorefield lie has engaged to pqrform several operations while here Many very many sympathize with G R Keller in tho loss of his beloved wife who was a true mind noble woman Her price was fur above rubies Three young doctors of Louis yule are spending a part of their vacation in this neighborhood We have not been ablo to learn their names but some of our prettiest girls seem to know who they mire The storm of Monday afternoontdid considerable haulage whbutinwstruck Otto Morgan a young col ortd man in the top of his head as he was returning from the barn to Everybonomany in liis limbs and body Mr P Malone of near lin clumps ihm the wind Chi ned oil 21of bis young turkeys says he has never boon ablo to find thouisinco t I i Jo Flat CreoK Johnson Young is some better at this ritirg Win Rice soll1a cow to Omar Wilson at JJc Miss Addie Pieratt bought a horse for 15 Farmers are greatly behindwith their work at this place We would like to Fee some folks go to church and sit still for once in life John Oakly hind a valuable horse to lie from beingcult on barbed wire Win Payne and wife of Stop stone visited your scribe Saturdu night and Sunday JAS Boaz and wife of Bourbon county attended the funeral of the lattors sister Miss Sallio Warner hero Saturday Miss Sallio Warner died at the home of Joseph Garter near this place last Thursday and was bur ied Saturday attbe Warner grave yard near Owingsvillo Miss Sal lie leaves a large number of relatives and friends to mourn her loss Odessa July 8 and no one has yet inten tionally laidby anycorn though by reason of wind and rain there arc many fields of corn which will not bo plowed nny more ElderToscph RJones will preach at Fairview Church tiltS county on Thursday night and Friday night July 11 and 12 also will preach in Coulthards woods pic Hid ground on the yd Sunday at oclock a in July 21 Allure invited to attend these services Tho following teachers front this place began teaching public schools Monday ac the following districts Mrs S B Hawkins at district No Hendrix Miss Oddie L Pow er her 5th term at No 28 upper White Oak II B Anderson at No 29 Davis J L Darnell at No 32 OLIn JJelnyod1 Mrs John D Arnold continues quito poorly Mrs George Trtimbo continues about the same Born to Mr and Mrs Ed Hart June 29th a daughter and happy Jack is all O K I R I John W Darnell weighed their lamb last Friday mottling to RI Stewart who engaged them curly at 5e per pound Thos L Darnell and wife of Champaign IIIanti niece Miss Gertrude Mann of Falmouth Ky are visiting friends and relatives here Y B Power of Owingsville was tilt guest of his uncle W B Power here Saturday night The forumra wife wlni had ben the guest of friends Ire for the pnst week ac conpinku llm mime Sunday Bicyclariding seems to he taking a friSli start here A couple of young Indie in this community spent one of ihoso fcartnl limit day last week practicing riding one in a met honso with the door lucked The recent rains have thrown farmers haul nith their work again Wheat harvest ruine n the trt of tins week in earnest Ko plowing was done laKt weekon account of rains most nil week then Monday evening the heaviest ruin for this season fell lien Consequently the weeds arc strictly in it Stoops- A large amount of corn is laid byChins i Eicher is improving very slowly Wheat harvest is over and thresh ing has commenced Mrs C H Gossett visited rein tives at Bethel last week Robert Berry bought a horse from J II Gillaspie for55 Daniel Taylor visited relatives at Bethel Saturday and Sunday J II Haney of Plum Lick was hero one day last week on business Miss Anna Ryan of Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs Jo Coons Tobacco is looking fairly well and there are prospects for a fair crop Miss Ida Shropshire of Lexington Is visiting her uncle Wm Sit ropeli ire II P Shultz and wife visited John Suladie and family on Salt Well Sunday If you talk and make fun of oth then do not get tumid if otbert- talk and make fun of you A small but attentive audience listened to Bro Walton preachat Springfield Church Sunday The Fourth passed off quietly at Stoops Not a sound could be hoard except the rumble of the binder We wish to congratulate Squire Toy on the hardearned victory he won in the Wyoming Magisterial District Sam Picrsall and Walker Crosth waite of Yale visited the formers stepson James Gregory several days last week Mrs Frances Hamilton and son James P of Prickly Ash visited Mrs Ella Hamilton and family Saturday d Sunday RS Smith our merchant is talking about ranking the race for he Republican nomination for Magistrate In this district Miss Martha Patterson and niece Miss Ellen Haney of Dayton 0 clime lust week on a visit to the formers sister Mrs Robt Smith Say all you old people lease collect your thoughts to gether- And see if ever you rememberI Of seeing such a sudden change in the weather I I r 4j Crooks Cllpt J 0 Wood went to Lox ngtiin Sunday Miss Lillie Johnson visited on Flat Creek Sunday Mrs Jus Thomas timid son were in Owingsvillo Friday Charlie Downs returned front the Philippines Sunday Boyd k Hendrix shipped two ear loads of hogs Sunday Miss Mamie Hart of Owings ville visited here Sunday Jep Hovernialc and wife visited friends at Salt Lick Sunday Chancy Reed and wife visited in Montgomery county Sunday- S V Johnson anti Geo Barnes were in Owingsville Saturday Lii e Donelson of Menifoe coun ty was hero one thiy1mtt week Green it Lynam shipped ono carload of hogs to Cincinnati Friday Mrs Mat tie Gi bbs and two chil dren of Lexington arc visiting rel atives here Dr Fuland and wife of R y noldsvillc visited Charlie Reed and wife Monday Mrs G B Gray and children have gone to Lexington for a three weeks visit to relatives Miss Minnie Clark visited her grandparents Isaac Clark and wife on Flat Creek last week Misses Ohio and Ora Hart of Roes Run visited thivir cousins Misses Etheland May Barnes Saturday and Sunday Olympia Miss Lona Overby has been on tho sick list for the past week Talmnge and Ohio Clark grad tinted and returned home lust week Mrs Gallic Ragnn was at her mothtr Mrs J M Steelcs last week Win Clay ton of Winchester was in our midst two or throe days last week Mrs Anna lackson was the guest of her mother at Owingsville Thursday Willie Shultz returned from the big woods very sick with typhoid fever Thursday Miss Anna Yarbrough of Pet sticks was calling in town Satur day rind Sunday Mrs Jeff Jackson and Mrs Chat Fowler visited John Yarbrough of Peasticks Friday MrsSam Hart visited her sister Mrs Green Thompson ut Chiles burg the put week Miss Ada Williams of Forge lull wns tile WHIst of lice cousins Sir timid Mir Bud Clark Sunday Chas SactUgar was at the hotue of his mother Saturday aunt Sun dtv Ho ilit work near Divings uifle Miss Bsssio Fowler returned from a two week visit to fic jirntidtuutherV ut Inures Fsrry last week Misses Lizzie and Ethic Swan and Lizzie and Annie Smith at tended time picnit ut Coulthurds woods on the 4th Hern Jon Young returned from a visit to his grandmother on Beaver Saturday evening bringing one of his little cousins with him Who can gicss how Frank Ben gle celebrated the 1th Ho turned over the chicken coop and tried to turn over the barn Helms n brand new boy at his house News reached here of the serious cutting of one of our wellknown excitizens Mr Howard Moore at Morehcad on the 4th Wo are sor ry to hear of such things The icecream supper at Olyrapiu was an unqualified success The net proceeds were 2625 dies of the church wish to extdni their thanks to the patrons of the supper for their good bohavior and orderly conduct The band was a decided hit and fairly outdid them selves We also wish to extend our thanks to Sirs Nora Armitage Mr and Mrs II O Irwin und the out ers too numerous to mention for their kindness rind help Time ladies of Olympia are eel tainly deserving of much credit for having planned and so successfully carried out such an enjoyable and delightful entertainment was the icecream supper given by them at the schoolhonso Suturday night for the benefit of the Christian Church and from which was netted tIme handsome sum of 2625 It was planned by the young ladies Misses Warren Lizzie and Etlic Swarts Amanda Rogers and Sirs Bud Clark and Mrs Geo Warner who were ably assisted by Mes lames J K Jackson Alexander Irwin Hart Costignn Copher Ar mitagc Swarts Penis W MJack son Shultz Bishop and the Misses McGlosson Mont joy Perry Mays and Overby The Olympia Band gavescveral selections in a most creditable mann nernnd muchamuse ment was caused by the facetious ness of J K Jackson and H 0 Irwin who sold the tickets arid Dr Alexander who was U Master of Ceremonies Otto of tho most pleasing features was tine genial presence of Bro Won Williams The houso had been tastefully dec orated with evergreens and flowers mind what with the music tine pret tilysdt tables the delectable ice cream and cake served by the pret ty girls in thoir dainty gowns the sceno was an inspiring ono Ev eryone hind thoroughly good time and went home haopy feeling that Olympia had dono herself proud and wishing that we mill might again have the pleasure of partici plltinginsuch an agreeable social unction OLD HICKORY A drink thatI readies time spot and loaves no headache itt the morning The real old Kentucky article Pot sale by S V Atcbison OwiiigHvillu Ky f 1 J T y t T N hr e Racket ftUNDERBUY = UNDERSELLI 1 FOR CASH I l COME AND SEE IHE LOW PRICES CARPETS RUGS CORSETS HAM BURG LACES STRAW HATS HOUSE PAINT ChINAWARE HARDWARE Everything marked in plain figures One price to ali Lace Pillow Shams ice Chamois Skins Bc prScreen4ocSpectacleIndiaLinen 15 128 5C yd Scythe and Snath i 25 BCiMachineon = = ii f f Stepstono Mrs L B Wilson is still on the sick list Jiis II Myers is on sick list slight attack of fever Kobt has a daughter very sick with Mrs J M Cam has been ill for the past week is bet ter The family of J E Cnrmichnel most of whom have been dow with flux are Mrs S P Steele who has been threatened with fever is some better but now has a touch of flux Owen Myers and wife of Flat Creek spent from Sunday until Monday with Sirs Myers brother Jas H M3crs at this place- SW IIer names of Kisertown wa here on hh Indy Miss Eliza lIe reports his brother Dallas still single mill Miss Lizzie daughter of Thus Ivurick of Silt WII and Banks Joyle of Slate VaShy eloped to Aberdeen Ohio on July 4 it nd were married family from Sunday tituil Tiiisdty when she took Mrs Ivarrick home with her for a visit fa few days II M Turley arid wife left Mon day fur a few dIY visit to their son Thomas and family at Silc view They tnik lunar their rand daughter Thomas child who had been vi itin them for sortie jittr- Wo are sorry to stale that wo overlooked the marriage a Miss Eva Staten the charming daughter of Mr Jell Staten of the Suit Wet and John Donaldson sun of Kobt Donaldson I of Slate Creek which should have been noted last week They wore married in Ironton Ohio and re turned home to get which we mire glad to say they gut without trouble and now they are making their home with Mr Don aldsons parents We wish them a long life of pence and Bethel Mrs Will Rice left Sunday for a visit to her daughter at Catnargo Mrs Ed Gregory and daughter Miss Susan rpent several days in Mt Sterling this week Jesse and sister MIBS Minnie of Nicholas county lire guests of Mrs Susan Roe Freeland and wife of Mt Sterling are visiting Mrs Free lands parents John Arrasmith and wife Morris Arrasmith preached in the Methodist church here last Sunday night to a large and audience Articles b faire prices at the sale of goods of Rev D B nt parsonage Sat urday afternoon Miss Iearl Lane of Mt Sterling rind Miss Kittie Lane of spent several days with Ed Greg ory and family last week Mrs Georgia Hunt died at her home near Bethel on the 5tb after a lingering illness of cancer She was buried in cemetery DelaycdJ Miss Blanche Ratliffis visiting her cousin Miss Ellen Botts Miss Estelle of Tex as is tho guest of Miss Annio Van arsdale William Bryant or Co is visiting his friend C B Williams Sam RatliU and wife of Carlisle spout Sunday withMrs Lancaster sister of Mrs RatlilF Miss Galena Donaldson of near Laris is week with her uncle George Donaldson J F Trumbo of Mt Sterling was here Monday byI his grandson Robert Fitch of Win Evans left last week for Chicago where he has accepted a Sets10962C r 7c Lawns to scyd frTobacco6oc i4Pulleysc Shank Hces32t aoc i 3fc Gloves 98 75 46 22 loc 7 GASH PAID FOR EGGS S1iroutst 1 h d SAM Po TOHISOiMy DrlUCCDSTafiltFINE WHISKIES WIHES TOBACCOS MRS ETC Goodpaster diphtheria plltlIwho improving Sundaycalling doingwell gllclitfI exceedingly neighborhood forgiveness happiness Hazelrigg Ilazelrijjg Hazulrigg appreciative household Stepstono Longview Daughorty Montgomery spending accompanied chesterLewis rlloleIule a Croquet reduced 40floccasinsPowderGun cfFunnels Dr J D Davis and wif of 1fMaysville came Tuesday to spend a week with Mrs Davis mother hMrs Amanda Lancaster f Miss Lena Hazelng and Miiwr homeran n Poplar Plains with relatives Sharpsourc Rah for Wallaca Barnes rigltn iFrank Phelps spent from Friday until Monday at Lexington Dr J W Rutherford was in Oj ingsville Monday on business V a J Elgin Sharp and Will Saun tIers spent the 4th in Lexington V Robert RntlilT rlIt Sterling was here Several tiay last week ji JMiss Stella Darnaby of LexingVj ton is visiting at J R Tripletls The boys had an interesting game of baseball Sunday near tow E B Rails killed a valuable work mule lat week cutting wheaU i Mrs J M Brown who wns quite PseverI days lust iverkiBup agiiu a Ljodj aan if irTTTRTtliiramTfamily rrturhd Saturday from a visit to Montgotui 4 try Co t W Line of Belhvlj aiidVvllI A Feed of Carlialf werehfrc Sat urda Mrs i rjUoDrdntilrnlllTura daj Xrmn a week visit in Ml Sterling t 7- f Chits Field Clarence HnrdilL JCincinnutiTim xenerabSaJo Richart rtfOwi IfweekCol Tom Wood was in Owipps villa Saturday as a delegate to the Republican convention ti Joe Fields and sister Miss Frank 1 ie ffntl1r Carlisle canto upSatur I lily on a visit to friends hero i J Taylor Crockett and family 1 and Mrs Jennie Judy werCVili in Montgomery Co Saturday toriftThe cool bnths from tho brt Sunday were an agreeable from the hot blasts of lust Dr A W Walden of Ovcingu ville and Dr J Morgan Feland of Reynoldsville were here Saturday Clark ttt Co of Nicholas Co be 0117Hontown M V Bnstain lost Friday fromvr the effects of heata valuable work tteams horsbe1ongingtoerueoPbia mill Died at her residence hre Wed ncsday June 19 nt2 oclock Mrs Mary Stephens in the 88th year of her age Rev Stubblefleld the regular pastor but who has been absent some time preachedjsunday at the Baptist Church W Ben Triplett returned Mon day from Kirksville Mo where he lad been attending Dr Stills School of Osteopathy l Tho Bible says if the ox falls in the pit on Sunday go take him out but it does not say take a self binder to get him out with John Crouch John C Arnold W iardwereMarried Wednesday Juno 19 at the residence of Rev F J Cheek jin Paris Ky Mr Thomas H Wood and Miss Minnie Ockomon botbt f this place Rev Cheek pfllcial 1ing k CCKT3 KIED OK FIRST PAGEV r E C Perry Dentist4 iOver RichartvS stores j iii