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guaranteed There will be services at theI Christian Church next Sunday a t i1amuid8pm A sprinkle Monday afternoon raided hopes of n shower only to end in disappointment L E Mann was appointed Coun ty Judge of Rowan to succeed Geo A Nkholwho resigned The courtesy of managers of Gor etuv7n etrcct fuir to be held JulS 23 27 is acknowledged j 1 handle the noted Elkhorn WIIS key There is no better made J W LANE Onrinpsville Ky There will be a picnic at Preeton Thtirfd y Fridny and SaturdayIc Aug 22 23 and 24 JAMES Cum OwingBvillc is ytarnini n great heartnick yearn fur a circus Noth 4 ing will reach the spot like a real cmrcuSBorn July 11 to Mr and Mrs John J Coyle nee Fannie Hamil ton of Prickly Asti II girltlieir firiI born VioJct Inez Elder Geo W Hildcbrandt will- S atBist Elder Holinii O Frank1mm aTz iaeetirq at the Grange City ChrisC tiara Church beginning Sept listt We sre going Lu deal in ice this sear aid would Le ylad to hue yiiur putrt nu ji J W LuC c t r Owingsvilie Ky O Tttni of color of tliif r nw i It brat Tuff J liii iIIt Iut KtIh aU ttt 111i ir VioL hrc The poplc that h4ve otiircp enlara tti1tVe v llv fiv ty OTttinff J M Hroilur ii5tlrniIiItmlelfS t t I hlb 0 g tllf tInI d throhiTP ncverJC jHreiMlon The ilIt if liiat is lcmm118iiJ1 pnVtliHlfuf and otlier double PI 11 IILeMirf preparing to buk1 Xv1 e I w TMT rv Jiame rtiiIdonteou lilt iraury farma mV Sr Slate bridc where the tine burned lut spring d r It Iet up snniewhutIat TillErs day nltcr KPpell oNsummerresort weather TIES thermometer regist tered 98 degrees here It 0 1027 in Louisville 0 TheladrejortheChritianChurch cleared m th Ir suppr r cakes and Ice left jFriday nights The proceed qotnrntlio or ptlint churchii TheItuteherar fat 7001b to flOOlbheiferp 3 cents ann down in prt portion to quality for fat cows i Headaches are generally ilie re cult ojjeyeftrninfand can bn per uinneterty relclvbdby UBerof the plasfes Eyes tested free- at9lJ1flarrisNcWe1rystore E There will ben picnic in N AFShrouts park one smjle east of town Saturday Aug 10 Prizes to prettiest girl Iia doniest turnout J prettictt baby etc See bills for particularsMrT4ioaiB Green wade who was sen t need to the penitentiary in the Montgomery Circuit Court on the charge oCeVdiiJfng SU s Jackson uhder promise of marriage was tt t last week tOPjyugliart promirientlum herraanof Menifee county and MJMFJorV Samiiels a talented vo dust of Mu Sterling were wedded in Louisvine The bride is known here 1 efffJlfl as visited The8nthCo directors oCthtE Hurst Home Insurance Co met i Saturday and appointed James S Clark and John Tudgellas del egates to attend their nnnllnlmeetj lug at MUerSlbiJrg Au Tbejusgbfthe tractfon en glue through town is the small boys delight and theyall take pus eageJToth ride Someday one wit get run over and made into meat paste and then the riding will stop feThejreciintiuf catalogue of the He1evue Wilaiore Ky is knnwtedged Rev Edward O 5 GtferrtiltftHrhhnighter MissGraco- OJGoerfMjHs a rncnjber of i tho fneuyJt acbng time rilJo and Frenc 4 jfrsJ JTiHuUhegou Jcindly re BiemlBererl THE OUTLOOK reporter c7 wjfcharurtkeVolr tine ripe peochep tgrbwn at her home They are of an etraearIy variety and are beauti ful fragrant and fineflavored ofgopdiiTie g t t j It 1to i iI f 1 f ir I oi i Ijoi h r P PERSONAL Walter Coyle went to Lexington Tuesday afternoon FordPnttorFon and Clark Bascom were at Yale Friday W W Bolts of Mt Sterling was in town Tuesday on business itRtid Patterson and Emmet Frat man were up at Yalo last Thursday W1 Morris of Lexington has been here several days on business Alyin Ratlin of Bethel viiited his aunt Mrs Ida Elliott Sunday Miss Julia Elliott wont to Bethel last week to visit Miss Margaret Bott Emil Peters came up fromGeorge town Friday to take his annual va cation Miss Montjojr of Exvington is visiting hrr sister Mrs Robt Nix on near town Lawless Gatewood unit Flezin Owings of Mt Sterling were town one flay last wceK Mr and Mrs Milton Kincaid of near Mt Sterling came Friday to vilt Mrs Lide Kineaid Miss Ella HazelrigK of Mt Sterling spent last week with Mrs Vm II Rice near town ttofIatters mother Mis Belle Allen Walter Crooks and Miss Minnie McCorurirk nf Mt Sterling wore giief is lit Wm II Rices Sunday lits Lurn Letton of lliller bur trno Sunday to visit at Mrs Hello Allens and to attend the L V 0 Club JoeGoidpHStcrofJonr mlIecanie Saturday night to visit hiispareimtsJ eo II Goodpaster late Valley W Ray Patterson was in Win chester Sat ii and Sundll Mrn i1sMiss Lury Atkinson will leucIhursday for a ito lIH Mrs 1liImMisses Ailelutde Garner Email t Stella Donaldson of Winchester aine TtleHiiny to nllelid the Lr VV Club encampment Mjss Esttlle Daii hcrty of DiiikasJslVxay ranie Monday to Mils Liiniii 1elryuIIIIt1cud the c V U Llub JneaYupuiriit- Mrs Jiibn Tutiury and di oglE her IJNS Ella May of Louisville are vipjtiii MrsIuhnT Kimbrough id other relatives in ttiivu Mist Sopiiia Aiao Anna Sim nnd Lillian Arnisiniigrof Fliur l mzbII cinu Aloiiday to go to ale w tlittae L V OClub- CUrence Maddin has returned mine to Muiiiii hut lifter tljlcndc njt two weeks with his mother 1rS Clini Spencer on Rues RltIic vMr and Mrs Saw S Eslill and anphterfi Alipscu Jatinio Ethel and Lorenn Batikof Flat Creek spent Sunday with relatives hereJ Mrs Sallie Uiclmrdu of George tiwn arrived Thursday from a visit to her son Granville at Marietta to visit relatives and friends here Mrs Matilda Fielders and grand o on Jimmie Perkins SpuRt from Wednesday till Monday with her itiiuhter Mrs Cooper near John son Station Fleming Co- D II Riley aria family will leave a about the 20lh for Ashlatsd TVnn where Mr Riley will engage in the umber business We are sorry to osc their gjod citizenship Mrs Ellen Birbridge Mr and Mrs Voris VaIaIUldinghiHnMh jes va McKinnevan and Mary Burr ridge spent Sunday with Mr and rs John W Slirout afMSoree erry JMrsones Mrs Potty Ann Cornelison all of Uavresvillo Mo came luat- liursdayon II visit to Squire and rs David Pieratt wet of town The two former are daughters of Mr mind Mrs Pierutt the latter a sister of Mrs P Reuben Gudgell returned ThursI itiy from a trip that took in Rich mond Va Washington City Phil adelphia and East Orange N J I With his daughter Mrs Thomas A Lee and grandson Roscoe he spent some days at the seaside resorts Ocean Grove and Asbury Park He reports a most delightful trip He on John W Yerkes Commis inner of Internal Revenu at Wash ngton City Hu met Bob Foley of color who is thinking ef return ng here unless he can get a better ob in tho departments as his sal ary is insullkient to meet the high cost of living there and leave 1I profitable margin Osmond Byron had moved and he couldnt find him lIe says the Fourth is more noisily celebrated in the East than Christmas is here with fireworks and assorted racket SCRAVAt Old Fields buryinji 1Wlun SundaY 9buJone8 oSIiIl Will was drunk and cjeatlng ri teditoabusive and drew a knife 7ATgens ernl fight then tookpluceandMajji istrate John Clnrk at mpted to restore order when Jones cut him slightly upon the shoulder Steve Reynolds of Suit Well w severe If hurt by being struck on the head bya clubr S L I I IVo carry a full stork of watchee jewelry nail silverware and would bo pleased to Inv you ClIII utah cxamino our stock before you buy It will save ynu money Ees tested free 0 C IIutuiF Jeweler REUNION There will be a Sun dnyKchool reunion and picnic held rAugdren and their touchers of Bath and Fleming counties are invited to attend MARION STOKV The many friends in this county of Lindsay A Slull formerly of the Flat Creek neighborhood now of Jcsiiamino county are sorry to hear of his being hurt near Judy lIe was caught between his engine and separator nail a bolt WilE tiny en through his thigh ACQUITTED The two men named Itoutt were acquitted Friday in the County Judges Court of the cliargi litIar rested mind brought here Iron MaysvHIe It is said that they will be indicted in time Circuit Court DllllcingCliJbhop at Olympian Springs Friduy- night This will be the most im portant social event of the season in thin section The dilFerent com mittee are exceptionally compe tent Invitations have been sent tn many dancing clubs over the State FAMILY REUNION David Pierntttand wife hull a family SundayThusc a and family Fount Pieratt and g fUlUilyJoePiuratt and fatally Ed CartmnihlJ and wife James Carter Mrs Josinh Jiises Mrs NannielJones and Mrs Polly Ann ison pLouIsvmLLy George It Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CuJulV 12 tIUOIHceoifltsllllllsules of tobacco ave been very light this woek and Ile oilerings wvre largciy made up of the commoner grades of tobacco ery utile good to tine tobacco has bein olffred as prices have not een SatlKfuctiir to billirs oil tllih ind The ttuirktt has shown do ided irngulariiy tbi wtekIWORTH LKssSTATiSTici TlieRntli Co tobacco buyers will tmllo at tlie absurd State nllicial estiniutc- of 070200 pOUnds of tobacco fur the Hath Co inp of 11110 ThaiI mud car m ire was handled in tliic town nlfinp to say niitlii jr of ilu qIhurggreat qiiintitv sold to buyers train Mt Storlinsr Carlisle suit Fleming lEan ty 1hi ret million pounds would be nearer the size of the no p REPUBLICAN COUNT CONVENTION At a meeting of the Republican County Convention lnld on July 3 1901 it was resolved that a e mass meeting of the Republicans of Baths county is hereby called to meet in the Courthouse in the tfiwn of Oxvingsville Ky on the 9111 day of September IDOJat 2cclock p in fur the purpose of nominating a Republican candi date for the olllce of County Su perintendent of Schools to be voted for at the November election 1901 an l that no person shall be deemed candidate before said convention for said office except those having certificates of qilalilication for said ofllce from the State Board of Kx dininers an is provided by Section 4399 of time Ky Statutes Republicans of Bath county take notice of this order nnd govern yourselves accordingly J A HAUNES Chairman R GUDQELL Secretary p uly 15th 1901 L V O CLUB The Licking Valley Outing Club composed of as jolly a crowd ofyoung peoplo as ever went on a trip together left Tuesday morning for a ten days camp at Crows near Thos g ljgltinds where tho club camped ast year and the year preceding Three cookswho are also musicians accompanied them They are ProIF JawBon French Conner and Bill Nesbitt A platform will be erected I for dancing They will run an excursion on the L V R it to Suit Springs Morgan Co where they will spend one day On Friday night several couples will attend the hop given by the Sharpsburg Wincing Club at Olympian Springs The following compose the party Misses Mate Everett and Minnie Duorson Mt Sterling Adelaide Garner Stella Donaldson Winchester Luni Letton 51 illersliurg Edith and Minnie Cohen Lexington Re- becca Ashton Covington Anna Sims Lillian Armstrong Sophia Amos Flemingshurg Minnie and Nunnie Rails Sharpsburg j Kstelle Daugherty Dullaf Texas Lucile Shively Marion Ind Miss Bettie Peterp ofOvTingsvilleis porone Mr nnd Mrs E W Fratmun Mr stud Mrs W Ray Patterson Mes ChHleylson Jack Owinga Glenn Perry Eugene Brother John Peters Oscar Brothfer Wallace Gudgell C Wm Tipton Clark Bascom W B Ar notch Connor Ewing Owingsville Henry Hopkins Salt Lick Teeth ache See Dr Perry ij ii i 4 JCof y Jc fb t Willis Cory wits arrested at Kilol IILick last Friday on a charge o stealing horse from Win North of SuIt Lick sonic time ago Ho was placed in jail here Cot JOYCES NEW UooKlihc announcement was recently oCa now book by Cola John A Joyce of Washington D Cit bU 1ngrnphy historical and critical of Edgar Allan 1oe the American poet and shortstory writer Tie volume has been received frow the publisher F Tennyson Noely Co Now York City who will sende copy to army address postpaid tin receipt of one dollar Tire book is J2tno cloth bound black stumping on flue bonk paper- arid illustrated It Is u neat work in its mechnnical Col Joyce makcupIwith enthusiasm breezy eloquent land uliliniliur UJUll wakes it readable with sustained interest from cover to cover Ho states that hu timid the work in eon templation for u long time and meanwhile he interviewed different Oetn and motherinIawMrsMariePoc dentel1Ihud for her the affection of a m ii for his mother Col Joyce is thui able to give details of Poea life from authentic sources that muM the work specially interesting and valuable He also without passIng judgment on the claim ime peculiar circumstance of u meetingwith a bohviuian Italian IIinnizingentitled The Parrot claimed hMo been written by the artist I grandfather and printed in the A t- ournal of Milan in 1800 Time ai ist afterward sent Col Joyce n iteral translation as ho claimed of The Parrot which Joyco re roduces Unquestionably if The iurrot t is what it is purlorted toIbe it is the original of The Raven mid the plagiarism is bold and complete The matter ennui be readily cottlrd if the tiles ut ilic Milan Art Journal fur the yi ir 1800 have bicn preserved At tile fame time time Italians llnilut suspiciously like ii hoax that IhjI trim boiiftnian klilitri uiehiesl n The t literal transluinn fr til j lie Itiiliah rends inuir likt lt tr Emighisi imitation nf Tin ailnICol Joyce doesnt attempt to gloss oVer Puns faults ili any re spect but frankly states them ueIploring the harshness of his ridIlisullIr Ilinteiupirary author and Heating hii pirimiiiil intiniptK mice with the Inkration ilfiuiunliil fur the erratic poetic genm Ail mirers of Poc will eijy the Imik heartily Col Joyres many dd friends and boylmoil companion here could pay hint a csslm ph then t that would lie appreciated by bChdt ing for the book A LAZT ScorFEits SciiKiiK Martha you ure u Christian Sci nce believer Of course Jmi as Well Martha dont clean house jut sit out in the 1rIIC willie Im down town stud give all the roomsabsent treatment Chi age RecordHerald CRITICIZING MIssmoNimtmEsD- rPotter tins almost allied himself with Mark Twain in the free com i Dent he made concerning time conduct of missionaries in foreign ands lie spoke before the Phi Beta Kappa at Rochester a CtWJ days ago A fair idea of his udIIress may bo had from this ex tract We are hearing much of timet tattering down of that kingdom in the East and of rescu ng them from their ignorancoI Well suppose we begin ating Ourselves from our own ig lorance We pride ourselves onIour achievements and engage endeavors to lift them from the tondage in which we believe they lave fallen Who has not heard the Chinese spoken of as stolid in their Ignorance We defilo the rives of the Chinese in our bury ing grounds as I read in n paper but recently and in the same breath boast of our superior accomplish inents I admire the noble lives ofu missionaries in foreign lands but am at a loss to account for the isregard of customs of these for- teign countries by our missionaries I inquired some time ago while traveling abroad regarding the accurate knowledge intelligence iroudmindedness und compliance with customs on the part of our Consular service and I found that these qualities were as much to be ound there as are grace and elegance on the part of a bull in a china shop Bishop Potter spoke forcibly of our discreditable representation in foreign lands and quoted a con versation with a business friend on this subject to show that business agents have more polish than our Consular olllcers He continued The Consular service is mostly made up of men wise are selected by the Senators to pay debts tj political heelers by forcing the hand of the Executive It constitutes vast system of political swag and is de grading to this high legislative body We hear of the bad condi tions that exist in our city govern ment but our attention needs also to be diverted to the poor quality of time representatives that we send abroad I J CORRESPONDENCE ICONTINUED KKOM FOURTH IAaE Stoops Charles Eiclier continues about tIme same inQJerry Wilson sold 4 liege to Jim Gregory nt 5Jc per lb- 1iireshing is nearly over and the yield of wheat it exceedingly light J E William of Flat Creek was in this vicinity one day lag t weekA very small crowd from here terlilJgillllndnr dllYBut old WilY Miss Lydia linker of Judy was tho guest of Miss Nannie Gregory last week hugh Ryan and sister Miss Anna visited their mother at Spen cer Sunday Miss Annabel Coons spent Fri day with Miss liessio Sledd near Mt Sterling Mm Mary Gillaspie of Wade Mill visitcil her uncle J II Gillas pie Thursday There will bo an icecreun sup per at Somerset Church Saturday night July 20th There with bo a fine crop of tiny this neighborhood Harvesting t has already begun Josso Morgan of North Middle town visited relatives hero from Saturday till Monday 11 P Shultz anti family visited Jack Ballard ami wife near Crooks Saturday and Sunday John S Scott of Lyon Co tray eling for tho Metropolitan Life i Ins Co was here last week Iilrs Kate Smith and daughter Mis Lucy or Mt Sterling visited S Smith and wife Sunday Mis Bertha Gillaspie of Grassy Lick visited her uncle James Gil Lisple from Saturday till Monday We would like to know where in the nation Aunt Carrie Nation is pjjyjng tliunderit with saloon 14Ji0wtEyerythinsj J 4C1L quiet in JJiJ1ilUlIIl11iU uctiUlt ug t tu the aben i the pohtcal ualnmiiy iiuw1trauiThe 11011 S I riPtt futi ht ts grunt a battlu for the DlUlcur t e linE fur Attorney General nf Oiiio as he did ngrtinst the t Standinl Oil Cu a flY years njo hut then he alVaya playa a losing gut lime Dr D II Hush will leave Illu few day fr Urassy Lick to prime ice at that place Ve lire sorry lose Dr Uuh for he U one of the finest young doctors In the Stiitc We wish him luck In his new place A Pn i LosofHEit V1 fe Theres a burglnr down cellar Henry IItisbamidWeIllay dear we ought to be thankful that we are up stairs Wife Hut hell come up here HusbandThen well go down cellar my dear Surely a ten room house ought to be big enough to hold three people without crowd ngExA itf TnoullLE Hero is a unique letter from a Billvillo citi to one of his friends Dear Bill It is rumored here imsut Ive got two wives Now Bill youre a single man and I have al stood your friend in time of- rouble Can you take one of era gltsIkeeper und if youll jest say the word Ill pay for the license Dont forsake me Bill Im your old and Im In trouble Are you willinr Atlanta Constitution PuECOcioisllEN A countryman recently went to market to sella live hen which hind unfortunately lost an While exposing the i ird for sale a man offered him aiquarter for her He olF wilhycr1 exclaimed the owner of the bird A quarter for hen like that Well said the manit has only one eye you knowhWan eye yer say he artful owner Cant yer see the creatures only givin me the wink not to take yer oiferExF- ox TttAu old fox whicimr had been chased for years by the pucks of Col Chinn arid Col Jim Gore always managed to lose the hounds at a certain spot on Col Gores farm near Harrodsburg Time scent would be lost completely and always exactly the same place Col Chinn and Col Gore concealed themselves near the spot one moon ight night determined to pene trate the mystery Their hounds took up the trail anti the old fox came galloping across the field io plain night At the spot where he always disappeared he run in among A their of sheep sprang upon the back of one of them galloped the animal to the fence sprang upon the top rail and wade his way to the far side of the field without de scending to the ground Col Jim rising from his hiding place said with Urn conviction Jack thats the reason 1 cant fatten any mut ton on this farm That blamed fox hits got all these sheep broke ti saddle Cincinnati Chic i t J NOTICEI rttimeMemphis Tennessee hat adoptee the following trade marks L KtL Kern and Klrntn ho met1 in their business at timber dealer in Kentucky That all Stave Logi or Lumber branded with either of said trade marks it the property of said Corn pany That said Company hAIl booms at Farmers Rowan county Kentucky mind at Parks Furry Nicholas costa ty Kentucky for the purpose ol catching stave logs and other timber products That nn person bus n right to catch any of said companys Staves Logs or other timber products in Licking river or its tributaries above either of said booms nnd all persons are hereby forbidden from doing so unless authorized to do so by said Company or its agents or contractors in writing and any person violating tIme laws on this subject shall bo rigidly prosecuted Special attention is called to time Kentucky Laws on this subject Acts Kentucky IBItuh 1900 Chapter 82 An Act to revise and make uniform the laws of this Cow mon wealth concerning the branding and drifting of trees logs or other forms of timber and also nets providing for punishing crimes and misdemeanors relating to sumo Iinrailroad ties staves heading etc For rafts of not less than 40 log 400 For platform of not less than 10 logs lOO For each saw log or tree twehlyflve cents for each 1000 staves and headings thatt are merchantable 300 These tees c are for fleets rafts logs staves und o taken below the ownt1 ers boomstSntie Section Provide that nothing in this act shall be so con trued as to permit the taking up platformprepared for time purpose of sale or any cross or railroad tie board plank stave heading or other tim bet prepared for market above any Rbythereof Sec 11 Penalty fv ifaci- ngkjr1tI1trut hajl unlawfully cut oW cancel obliterate or deface any bind re corded as provided by this act which shall have been placed upon standing timber saw log or other Iunmonwealth shall be deeiued guilty of a felony and Upon conviction thereof shall be for each oltense confined in the penitentiary of this State not less than one nor more than three years Sec 12Penalty for converting branded timber Any person or persons who shall unlawfully take secrete cut saw split up or destroy any timber na herein provided or remove same from the main river on which the some was taken up with the intent to prevent the owner thereof Trom finding tho same or in any way convert the same to his or their own use without the consent of the owner thereof or who shall receive same knowing same to have been stolen shell be deemed guilty of a felony and on ii conviction thereof confined in the penitentiary for not less than one nor more than three years You will take further notice that Prater Coburn of Farmer Ken tacky has the contract for deliver I ing the staves for the various yards to Farmers Kyl1nd that HaZel Bridweir of same place has the I contract tot catching same TUB KERN CoinAny Ltd May 9th IDOL EAany persons for information lead e itnyng staves out of the river and se creting them or converting them to their own uso PRAyER it COMUBN j PtGASUBEs OF GARDENImrnWil lIalDl wish you would go and weed out the flower bed1EWilliam wont and inspected It- tThen he returned- It would he a simpler Ma IwecdSun nEAT HIM A would be smart commercial traveler on a train the other day thinking to tease a Salvation Army girl asked her if she believed the story of Jo nah and the whul 1 dont know she said but when I got to Heaven Ill ask Jonah if itoceurreiLHut the tummy mansup posing he isnt there Then said the girl promptly ypu elm ask liimIx TRY REX DANDRUFF CURE STOPS THE HAIR FROM FALL OUTATNDG1VES1PNEV LIFE Johnsons Barber Shop In cellar under Owingsville Banking elfunlIngdrens at your house if desired liXfbf ts rfjJfs i H EUCENE MINIHANMANUFACTURER OK FIRSTCLASS HANDMADE SADDLES AND HARNESS SMSfc i My saddles are the cheapest for they rIds the easiest Took better and wear longer any saddle made They are right hire helowPRt JsMY BUGGY HARNESS ARE THE CHEAPEST for they are the safest to usewear the lonirest and look nice all the tlme I dotput on a ntachineinade saddle on my hand m d barflies anti call them handmade I will save you money on Machinemade tBuggy Hiresi PBfttJT Whips and Outiteri Axle Oil arid VaKheMHaruew and Soapr e 7IEUGENE MINIHAN 6Nos tfflfeKrl SAM PuATCHISON DRUCCIST IiyA 1 FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCOS WSS ETC M D FA BIS J SUCCESSOR TO PAXTON DENTON 5 Onderiakep Ftotee f MAS0NICBLBG0WIRGSVILLS Jt L HESS FnXERAI DIRECTOR KyJA HIGHCLASS BOARDING SCHOOL TOIf filSLlStrongest faculty in the State Iruirhpre educated at tbe l adlQritt utittttinns ftf this country and Kunipf wiihihrllllwnt rrcnrdi inttr j or every one specialUt in her dcpnrtment Music department X ptionully strong Gond table Location beautiful and healtbf K nlinn lIfrioui case of sickness in 12 yPuts Nri Tuftteachers e Frequsat illustrated lectvires JIY the principal ob VeeeA raveh5 In Egypt Palestine and Europe frep to t t 8CLo l1 fiiiiijrcatalogue h 101 1 TEBaiui i i AMERICAN INVESTMENT PjNYIngotport4 1 CAPITALSTOCKv i2sM SURPLUS h 1 PAID COUPON IfOtKlJSw- o I 5Cc jt Address all correspondence to il H IIp ii 0lr1 t z I LX1KzTONiCYa 4 M GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS rni 1 JJ4hP4LakI u 5 August I2I3i4I5I6ni7t9OIT s 3OdOO PSSSSS S3OOQQ t t 1GRAfmc LIVE610CK ANART IPVT 4 t 50000 AWSSffliXS ssattocr v- KlNCtUDINQ I RANO AND THE MOST STUPeNbot9J V GIGANTIC ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever Devised the ENtEFrfAWMENT 8T MAdkI + EXCURSION RATES on AU RAILROAD ALU ARTICOLARi SEE SMALL BILLS g W SH ANKLIN MOVy WRITe FOR ILLUSTRATED CATAL0QLEXgNGT N KT p Doctors everywhere recommend ARrER Whisky for the enervating of hot weather arid as a safe pnnnl against malaria because of s purity Kold by J W Lane Or Ky lane Hazelrigg Olympian Springs Ky WALLACE S CUDGEL ATTYATLAW Huts removed office to the wing buildinp on Main street and will be glad to have my old clients o cull 30tf FRANK HEDGE BARBERI- N THE POCKET Owingsville Kentucky Latest face preparations Everything nice and clean J RBuckwalter Farmers KytM- ANUFACTOBER OF LUMBERFlooringCeilinpWeatherboarding Mould i ngLathsTibsccohlgs hoods Oak Pickets ton wire fence aud Tobacco Barn Timber Why dont you see Dr Perry about yoth ig u f E C Perry QeQt Oyer Richarts store SIMPS R HEW MhIt LATZIXOV GUANGECr1Zlas opened but a Dra Store atthe Raianwi b- ON MAIN GilQSStSTl rPLEMINGSB1ENTUcC It And would be to have hv L Bath iowan and Fleming county i friends iclvftblm a call when in town WeMedlxtLdL WiiflsPnkifl it All those indebted to us please call and settle We would nota k jyou were we not compelled to eol rr lect topay ourdebu L5 SLEssefc V + S J BOYDB- ALDEAGLEKY j lJ DEALER W ALt KI9DS tip GRO ERIEgtjCHEAP FOR CASHJOFine Country Biicun lOc Ib Ar buckle Cou ee at 12 rlli All other groceries in proportion 8144 I I Is L41S I eZ 4 a 11 S i4OwingsvilleOutlook OCTLO3K PUBLISHING co ruWlibers OW1SGSVILLE KENTUCKY J REST AND WORK Where II rest In what Ides of the sum merKttd tutIn What rardene ot balm Heath what Ittpdrooplnz tree I By what atlllnowlnr water what Illy- frlnttd streams In what meadows of tllence what valley of dnaml 7 Neath what thuBderlets ekles by what hlllflde of sleep On what moonlighted mountain or star vltghttd deep Yes where on the uths or the ocans wide breast Is the home ofreleas and the harbor of rut= r Why here In the corn Held and take up t 7ot VwJ Right hut Ir ta willmake Ita wheels onward so ittamtnight bert with your eeg machine every day Where thetis work there brut and Its nowhere beside Though iou travel all lands and you ait every tide 1 Where Is rest Go to work and jtrplrit recew For no man can rut who has nothing tc 4 rSamWalter Fole In Christian EndearWorld Copyright 18I by J B Llpplncott eepuiy AU right mnrc6 VCHAPTER Y3C COXTIHCED God has arranged it for xis he said a glad note in blztoierHj hare found L you wit bout I hue looked into jour factwithout knowing why i what is itr The girl had drawn be 01yond the reach of the arms stretched out towards bet and was sadly shak lag her head What doiClt mean 7 the said In 4 fear her vofee trembling Why are 3ou here In that uniform I Upon mission requiring the ut a most aecreey Frances diicovery would cost me my life 1 t iall ex plain e A spy Ton a spy AV I can believe the other things now they told me only tM truth She began to wring her hands but suddenly drawing up her slender figure she said Capt Somers leave these premises sit once and flIehinondoresevra Tirm give iou up to the law He law her mistake but he was as proud You condemn without a hear tug Your uniform your presenee in this city condemn you So Semen was ever atpy I hare ricked my life to help a dying woman he said quietly I came here to see a man named Raymond Holbln IRaymond What of hlmr Yon know him thtnrYcsi Tes He is blreIn this how fL e Take h9In message and we part f for all s tell him that Lcaise Is dyingtell him to come here t twsne yotLrtMA lorabUf woman whose life hal 4 ben a failure It was she who Inc4k V ffrfc Ifcfc was race lovf cTier but at Hobin as she 1hooght the roan who bagferoughlher 1 nothing but arrow Amaied apd dumb Frances was ftyarding Jim with questioning eyes weaklyAbaeC IV itolbin has never married Lou Is Theflrl Covered her face an In stint Forglt me she said I wronged joaony friend Mr 1H p iot say asy fcnsband So let L ttM 1Icannot 4 she answered in great a 2frhrn I think of my poor bays Jyinjand dead abound me tome day wkrii It Is all over perhaps b bat notBow cot now But oh sir she exclaImdJookhgIa terror about her j come coHie in the danger is frifhtfuUr Eorner Jrew hImself upandtaluted K1ndlyelIvrr y message 1 shall wilt rt I Mron BMt aotjOB fhall sot Quick sir into ay roomt- ItI is tie room of a firJ he Si irald Mlr2IcmcoYend there the life that I Iwe ft nothing compared to her a lots Astrnfgl wit going on in her- heart Her face was white ahdia wan aaiie dwelt apoo it MJt is ybuc wife room abe said MIId you wiU be safe there He took the band touched Jiis lips to it sad suffered her to lead him in OrAboye their heads a woman hearing erery word leaned out a moment The p eupward glare of the swinging lamp Jit a up her fee M in its vindictive joy As milliard SoWn entered the room Sthe wostan overhead closed the blinds i gently TIle goon she traversed gave 7 ao warning to those below ti CHAPTER XVL Ii The tjsroaian who leaned from the 5 pperfiadoofthewIngoftheProok jri ret 1ulet that June tight in 18C2 was thr evercautious mother scanning f rthwitwart route chosen oaher son Iwho t tba f mooent was in his room t coaeltMlBt kit arrangements for a per 4 4 ilous enterprise TbetlsB ksd arrlvedwhen Raymond lt Holbifrwas t rtskbl future upon one bold stroke If he faiied be was no- tt Jwnie K tttbt novaent unless he should be captured With bywarSXiebcBead butfew attrac f 0 tlensjlor bias9 If he succeeded in all that hlr eAisjv aind lId planned life 1 held for him Frances revenge sod 1 t Swraith The cause for hesitancy lay i in tbt possibility of detention sad dii I corery for although t be papers which 9 lie to bigtfly valued were as be sup rItlutBniBrelHjible to any ralnd other than his own ke was a confederate of Acer and dejicrtlotf meant death He bad secured1 t1riewtlks leave to go i sontb upon argent bustne but this tr i did ot alter his liability What pissed r tbrlhikemlsd of this jnan as he satL t in hJ roosE that jiigbt say be Imag i lard lt may be assumed that be thougofA1swhowIthbogusdIs ri patches in herssddle pocket sand false 1f lyinforiBefrliad pile to her death upon 7 thatd1eiUtd Holbin had actually rll11tIlHr11tt the point with her 1 baddd a mtn anedBe lid i wmltcil when she left hI until the 4 JoH fataTyolIty aIred arid then terri 1 fIed1idiea and took refuge in hi+ L reowl HI aBtthtr cool and unflinch autefs ha r6uf3ilyi fiercely ordered her I away For let justice be done him he r i t hadlhistlBiein his weakness executed the dictates 6f a stronger will than hIs f owu lit hadcot intended to be fair detertJU t i 1 t yo t t a t S l t 1 X4o 0 vii IL r fr I r1IS 1i AIZ A t 1 J lIs 1l IJtfI rio r 1 J 1f j y r i 1F fli 1 7 4 fr r t i4 t i1s1 afJJr YtJJ out of Richmond as but she might and be did not then intend to return but the murder was not a part ot his plan He was unnerved and unfit for the enterprise which now meant FO much for him Arrayed in the worn uniform of a federal prisoner his papers and pass safe within his benMpocket his bone concealed In the garden nay mond had been on the point of ventur ing forth when rergeant reached the houte with an official communication requiring an answer The soldier stoodat the front door and with prompt decision the woman who left the rear window hurried to that point Quickshe said run around to the side gate and come to the wing room A Yankee spy is there Kill him if he attempts to escape A thou sand dollars iJ you kill or capture him The soldier ran cocking his gun as lie entered the side gate The mother went at once to her sons room She met William who was bringing an an swer tothe soldiers letter Yesm hes in es room he said The light in her sons room shone through the transom There was no time to explain to Raymond Know lag his violent and excitable nature and remembering his disguise which he might forget if there wax an alarm below she noiselessly turned the key in his door and glided on to her room- But Raymond had left his room Immediate after handing William the note and was already approaching Frances room below All he paed the hall entrance the door leading from the apartment into the garden opened and husband and wife entered With a cry of amazement he rushed into the room drawing his sword as he entered Who are J lIlrhy are you in this room he asker angrily Somers drew his sword instantly anil eon fronted him Holbin had paused and was staring wildly Richard Somers eliSomen gently put aside the slender form which instantly inter posed between him and the man he had sought His eyes scanned the familiar uniform of Ills old enemy In doubt Speak out sir Spare your voice Raymond Holbln I came with a message for you Louise ii thing in my camp I was unable to resist her prayer She Implores you to go to her to right her wrongs for her childs sake Go if you are a man and can let this marriage take place do something for the miserable woman whom you have so deceived She was not killed then She is dying said Somers shocked and sickened at the matteroffact question Did you suppose that she was dud Yes She insisted upon trying to run the gantlet A light dawned escapedbimnndcame rushing over him again You encouraged her You knew she was going to her death You sent heI under a false promise her statement Frances Prances out of this1 room God has sent me to avenge Louise mnn3debtsrage Somers rushed upon Ms enemy Their swords clashed as facing each other the two men circled about the room Then Hblbins sword went Uown With incredible quickness he avoided the thrust which was almost a part of the disarming blow rush d to the caieroent window leaped into it and bunt open the blinds His hand thrust in his bosom quickly reached backward a pistol flatbed At this in stant the sergeant rushed Sny thiS room taw the blue uniform enca in- 1hougtrnevnoov iiiflbiWn cc pistol He leveled his gun and fired The man In the window reeled back and plunged headlong into the room It couldnt be helped captain said the soldierlowering his weapon Once BLIND ALMOST WITH RAGE BOM ERB HUSHED UPON HIS ENEMY outside he would have given us a long mighthedeathly pale as he looked upon the body of his lop So he said utterly at a loss to un derstand the situation Frances in the moment of the tragedy reeled against the wall sick and faint but the instinct of a woman whose loved one is In danger Instantly rallied her to her tenses She was the first to realize the full significance of the soldiers action You have saved our lives she said weakly any reward you may claim is Ipnerity with tragedies bad served her well But the strain was fearful and she cov againBrief respite for Somer it was sufficient Passing lila arm around her he urged her out of the room T tee minutes keep everybody out for three minutes and I am safe he whispered White as a ghost but brave the took her stand at the foot of the stair and waited Somer returned and bent above the figure of his enemy his mind at work The reference by Louise to the dis patches the blue uniform the horse tied in the yard the hour and the character of the man aroused a multi pocketbepaper the latter a pass through the line There wet no time for an ex amination of the package the soldier waitingPromotion Out he had entered the room with an avowal that he could notdjsregard Sergeant be said take this to the war department it wilVbringyou pro yoursBut ly did the work Were you after him Yes said Somers slowly I was looking for the man and had reason 1o suppose that be was on thesapremises I came in to find him He evidently en tend this room in desperation 00 ambulnctasked the question in support qf his character as a stranger uplrPull of the importance of his secret the soldier hurried away Somers passed through the hall and out through the other door into the gal den lIfting his hand towards Frances Steps wcrt approaching the stairway i 31 i a i l S AfouhdThey will findhlm in the uniform of his countrys enemy he said and the papers from his pockets will prove him a spy I am unknown The soldier will say that a confederate officer pursued the guilty man until he took refuge here and disappeared The girl stood unite and silent before him Farewell Frances he said Farewell sir He looked at her a moment in doubt and in silence left her When he glanced back over his shoulder he saw her white form still motionless under the tree A horse near him whickered inquiringly he untied him and rode out As he aptproached the gate a shriek reached from the wingroom and turning he buck Frances was re 1enteringWait he cried in agonyWsltl He threw himself from his horse and was instantly at her side Frances Frances is it thus we part Think what it means Will you not give me one word She turned slowly and wearily upon the step There is nothing to say but fare well If I were a mother and my son came to me as an enemy of Virginia I should say the same to him You do not love me then he said bitterly love forgets forgives every thing She lifted her face white with an unspeakable suffering Father in Heaven Thou knowest my heart Thou knowest how I have atoned to my own people for him how for him 1 have ministered to my enemies Thou knowest Thou know est And now she Kitl sobbingly my heart breaksIam weak Will you not go A mother is in this room with her dead Tomorrow begins a liloody strng ge and I would wish to carry with me into eternity if I perish one kisn from the woman I lovemywife Will you refuse me that She coy ered her face witn her hands then suddenly she threw her arms about him her lips to his He held her a moment white nnd silent 1ushing him from her she turned to enter the house hut sank upon her knees lean ing her head against the door Bend inp over he laid his lips in one long kiss upon her curls and in silence left her CHAPTKU XVII Richard Somrrs did not need his pass that morning nor have to ex plain why he if a paroled prisoner fcratesalvation in his wile ride upon the crowded road for aides and couriers were rushing to and fro and no one questioned him Day was breaking as he neared the front and the tu mult of a great battle surrounded him He passed cavalry moving in fantry and artillery and was soot swallowed up in the confurion He had no knowledge of the topography of the countrt there was no chance to use a pass in that mass of con fused mlnht could omy move for fingan order to carry to n struggling line that half envelopeo in itsnwn smoke reeled back in front of a wooded slope on whicn some guns were being han died desperately and on that slight eminence as be approached in a mad gallop he saw at intervals the familiar stare and stripe He passed the con federate line at that moment badly broken iK officer riding as madly asv he nd down it in an endeavor Urltbancehis heels In the flanks of the terrified animal he bestrode he headed svQngbackoring to stop a runaway horse A little thicket screened him for oaf instant and emerging beyond that be lifted his handkerchief in the air waved it and with the speed of tie wind swept on into the lines of blue Strong hands seized the bridle and then a cheer went up from the battery Col Somers was with his own againSomewhere In the records of the government ill told how one battery InfanlryheldtIe that day somewhere are preserved the names of those who fell and of the few who at last with despairing strength dragged back the guns that had not been dismounted and med them from capture but no official record preserves the picture of a wrecked and half demolished cottage by the roadside the body of a frail child dead in the arms of a dead woman visible through the shattered onl1Instanding before Ita moment under the bursting shtKs of that Juno morning covered his eyes and mur mured a prayer To this same place in the after years arne one day in June a man and woman who tenderly laid flow Irs upon a grave beneath the one cedar which bad escaped the battles wrath A slender shaft of marble stood above the grave and upon it was carved the name of the dead woman who slept beneath By tho grave a roseyhie was growing its upward branches clung to the tree and let fall long streamers of white bosoms peace banners in the breeze I planted it here when I gave the place to the boy who brought you nlghtDicked her to share the white rose with meto sleep peacefully under it al ways For somehow Dick I have al vays felt that once you loved he and that you loved me at first be cause she had taught you how to love She lifted her bluegrny eye and rested them upon the manly face of her companion a tender light was gleaming In their misty depths And I am glad my husband tnnt her brief life wan blessed even fpr a little while with the worship ofa bravo gentlemans heart lie tfrew her toward him and hervfacegTew radiant against his God bleas them both mother and child he said gently tnd God bless you Frances my wlfejti TilE END V Smart LBimtlr Although this anecdote fro iSboi1 Stories is so good as to suggeVt tji j hard writing which makes easy iad log we all know that for unexpected and splendid intervals of lucidity the unbalanced mind cannot be surpassed r Horace Mann the famous educator was sitting one evening in his studyj when an insane man rushed into the room and challenged him to fight My dear fellow replied Mr Mann it would give me great pleasure to accommodate you but 1 cant do it the odds are so unfair 1 am a Mann by name nndji man by nature two against one It would never do to fight Oh come ahead the insane man answered am a titan and a man btlide myself Ltt four have jibt aI 1 1 ijlv SERMON ON MONEY Dr Talmage Arraigns Those Who Live Beyond Their Means Cannri of Great Financial lllilarb- mnern Show K travaance the- I4U5C of Moit Ilefnlcntlnn Meeting Ones Obligations ICopyrleht by Louis Klopsch N TJ In this discourse lr Taluingc shows he causes of the great financial dliowhich take place every few years and arraigns the people who live beyond their means text Jeremiah 711 As the partridge sltteth on eggs and hatcheth them not so he that getteth riches and nut by right shallc leave them in the midst of his days and a t his end shall be a foolaAllusion bere madc to a wellknown fact In natural history If a partridge or a quail or a robin brood the eggs of another species the young will not stay with the one that happened to brood them but at the fleet oppor unity will assort with their own spe des Those of us who have been brought up in the country have seen the dismay of the farmyard hen hay ing brooded aquatic fowl when after while they tumble into their natural element the water So my text sug gests that a man may gather under his wings the property of others hut it will after awhile escape It will leave the man in a sorry predicament and make him feel very silly What has caused all the black days of finanical disasters for the last 60 years Some say it is the credit sys tem Something back of that Some gay it is the spirit of gambling ever and anon becoming epidemic Something back of that Some say it is the sud den shrinkage in the value of securi ties which even the most honest and intelligent men could not have fore seen Something bUlk of that I will give you the primal cause of all these disturbances It is the extravagance of modern society which impels a man to spend more money than he can hon estly make and he goes into wild spec ulation in order to get the means for inordinate display and sometimes the man is to blame and sometimes his wife and oftener both Five thousand dol lars income 10000 20000 income is not enough for a man to keep up the style of living he proposes and there ore he steers his bark toward the maelstrom Other men have suddenly snatched up 30000 or 100000 Why not he The present income of the man not being large enough he must move heaven and earth and hell to catch up with his neighbors Others have a countryseat so must he Others have a palaitial residence so must he Extravagance is the cause of all the defalcations of the last 60 years and if you will go through the history of nil the great panics and the great finantcia disturbances no sooner ound the story than right back of it will find the story of how many horses the man had bow many car riages how many banquets the man gave always and not one exceptionS for the last 60 years either Indirectly extravagance the cause Now for the elegances and the re finements and the decorations of life east myvote While lam considering this subject a basket of flowers is handed in flowers paradisiacal in their beauty WhSatg cnlla wit ha green c liiinf A duster ot heliotropes nestling in some geranium Sepal and perianth bearing on them the marks of Gods finger When I see that basket of flowers they per suade me that God loves beauty and adornment and decoration God might have made the earth xo as to supply the gross demands of sense but left it without adornment or attrac tion Instead of the variegated colors If the seasons the earth might hue worn an unchanging dull brown The tree might have put forth its fruit without the prophecy of leaf or blos som Niagara might have come down in gradual descent without thunder and winged spray Look out of your window any morn lug after there has been a dew and set whether God loves jewels Put a crystal of snow under a microscope and see what God thinks of architecture God commanded the priest of older time to have his robe adorned with a wreath of gold and the hem of his gar ment to be embroidered in pomegran ates The earth sleeps and God blank Ill it with the brilliants of the night sky The world wakes and God washes it from the burnished layer of the sunrise So I have not much pa rhdtcoratlonrances of life are a sin when they are Divinely recommended nut there is a line to be drawn between adornment alTordl1da man crosses that line he becomes culpable I cannot tell you what is ex travagant for you You cannot tell me what Is extravagant for me What Is andlrillgforIcal for you a man with larger income will be wicked for me with smaller in come There is no iron rule on this subject Every man before God and bn his knees must judge what is ex travagance and when a man goes into expenditures beyond his means he if nnJthinggant There are families in all our cities who can hardly pay tbelr rent and who neighborhood r their circumstances and are all the time sailing so near shore that busi ness misfortune or an attack of sick paUllrlmYouof families in our great cities who stay In neighborhoods until they have ex bausted alt their capacity to get neighborhoodhave no more medicines nnd the butch ira will seftthem no more meat and morebrudthem no more sugar Then they find the region unhealthy and they hire a carman whom they never pay to take them to some new quarters where the merchants the druggists the butch erSt the bakers and the grpcerymen ofbeefmerchandise of aU sorts until they find dut that the only compensation they are going to get isthe acquaintance of the patrons There are thousands of uch thieves in all our blgicltles You fee lcaU f hem by therightnaraeforf amen buys anythlnghe doesm t mean tapay for be is a thief Ofcourse sometimes men are flung I V3intntn having failed as other men are honest in succeeding I suppose there tbroughifewhen be l54ba9hurt by wlifot iY I i4 obligationshul w a phichfor which there Is no reasonable ex pectation that they will ever he able to pay Now if you have become oblivious of honesty and mean to de fraullwh not save the merchant as much as you can Why not go some day to his store aid when nobody is looking just shoulder the ham or thegspare rib and in modest silence steals away That would be less criminal because in the other way you take not only the mans goods but you take bftime of his messenger who brought you the goods sow if you must steal steal in n way to do as little damage to the trader as possiblekJohn Randolph arose in the Amen it bionalnti stretching himself to his fulloheight in a shrill voice he cried Mr Chairman I have discovered the philosophers stone which turns cva goSocietyon this subject or the seasons of tiedfalcation will continue to repeat selves You have no right to ride in hopeIsInished the landau and to the horse dealer who provided the blooded span And to the harness maker who capari soned the gay steeds and to the liv eryman who has provided the stabling and to the driver who with rosetted hat sits on the coach box Oh I am so glad when it is not the absolute necessities of life which send t flinghemalways the superfluities God has promised us a house but not a pal ate raiment but not chinchilla food yettowhich Is not connected in some way with extravagance Extravagance accounts for the din turbance of national finances Aggre gations nre made up of units and when onchnlf of the people of this country owe the other half how can we expect financial prosperity Again and again at the national election we have had a spasm of virtue and we- ald Out with one administration and in with another and let us have a new deal of things and then we will get all over our perturbation I do not care who is president or who is secretary of the treasury or how much breadstuffs go out of the coun try or how much gold is imported un til we learn to pay our debts and it thlorylntJilseountry they can pay for Until that time comes there will be no permanent prosperity Look at the pernicious extravagance Take the one fact that New York every year pays 3000000 for theatrical amusements While once in awhile a Henry Irving or an Edwin Booth or a Joseph Jefferson thrills a great audience with tragedy you know as well as I do that the vast majority of ths theaters are as de based as debased they can be as un clean as unclean they can be and as damnable as damnable they can be Three million dollars the vast ma jority of those dollars going in the wrong direction Over a hundred millions paid in this country for cigars nnd tobacco a year rdrinkWith such extravagance petnicions VxffjfrWfcnnce can them be oily per manent prosperity Business men coolheaded business men is such a thing a possibility These extrava gances also account ns I hove al ready hinted for the positive crimes the forgeries the abscondings of the oflicers of the banks The store on the business street swamped by the residence on the fashionable avenue The fathers the husbands craft cap sized by carrying too much domestic sail That is what springs the leak in the merchants money till That is what cracks the pistol of the sui cides That is what tears down the banks That is what stops insurance companies That is what halts this nation again and again in its tri umphal march of prosperity In the presence of the American people so far as Icoan get their attention I want to arraign this monster curse of extravagance and I want you to petit with your scorn and hull at it your anathema How many fortunes every year wrecked on the wardrobe Things have got to such a pass that when we cry over our sins in church we wipe the tears away with a 150 pocket handkerchief I show you a domestic tragedy in five acts Act the firstA home plain and beautiful Enter newly married Enter contentment Enter as much happiness as ever gets in one home Act the secondEnter discontent Enter desire for larger expenditure Enter envy Knter jealousy Act the thirdEnter the queenly dressmakers Enter the French milliners Enter all costly plate and all great extravagances Act tho fourth Tiptop of society Princes and princesses of upper ten dom floating in and out Everything on a large and magnificent scale Enter contempt for other people Act the fifth and last Enter the assignee Enter the sheriff Enter the creditors Enter humiliation Enter wrath of God Enter the con tempt of society Enter ruin and death Now drop the curtain The play is ended and the lights nre out I call it a tragedy That is a mis nomer It is a farce Extravagance counts for much of the pauperism Who are these people whom you have to help Many parents1bOIft their families in poverty Some of those who call on you now for aid had fin ancestry that supped on hurl gundy and woodcock I could name a score of men who have every luxury They smoke the best cigars and they drink the finest wines and they have the grandest surroundings and when they die their families will go on the cold charity of the world Now the death of such a man is a grand lar deny He swindles the workias he goes into his coffin and he deserves to have his bones sold to the medical museum for anatomical specimens the proceeds to furnish bread for his childrenI it cuts close I did not know but some of you in high dudgeon would get up and go out You stand It well Some of you make a great swash in life and after awhile you will die and ministers wilt be sent for to come and stand by your IciButfor me I will tel you what my text will be He that provideth not for his own and especially for those of his own household is worse than an Infidel And yet we find Christian men men of large means who some t t Pianeverything on themselves and on the cause of God ant they crack the back of their Palalf Royal glove in trying to hide the one cent they put in tire Lords treas ury What an apportionment Twen ty thousand dollars for ourselves and one cent for God Ah my friends this extravagance accounts for a threatofuffersAnd the desecration goes on even to the funeral day You know very well there are men who die solvent ut the expenses are so great before hey get underground they are insol v anentin wicked to the de lismandset and tombstone that which they o caughtread you gave them a tombstone thbligationslar about would be to the physician a thretwo professions are almost al aya cheated They send for the octor in great haste and he must c t blheemnities and often these two men stpensntionthe goods are not paid for They take back the goods I am told But there is no relief in this case The man spent nil he had in luxuries and ex travagance while he lived and then he goes out of the world anti hot left nothing for his family nothing fortthe obsequies anti as he goes out offthe world he steals the doctors and the undertakers slippers I was reading in a New York paper an ac count of the obsequies in a family of very moderate estate and the ag gregate was 3000 A man in New York of moderate estate dies He has lived in extreme luxury He de parts this life The family desirous foftiers the following things they were produced and never paid for to this day Casket covered with Lyons velvet til vet molding SttO Heavy plaItPd handles W silver In Roman tSTFloral decorations 27 Music and quartette choir at the house Twenty carriages 140 Then IS other Important expenditures amounting to 336 Maklnr an aggregate of16A-nd all that to get one poor mor tat to his last home and never paid for Swindled his family Swindled the world I He is swindling it now It is one of the great curses of this day the extravagance the wicked ex travagance of the country And then look how tire cause of God is impoverished Men give so much sometimes for their indulgences they have nothing for the cause of God and religion Twentytwo mil lion dollars expended in this country a year for religious purposes But what are the twentytwo millions ex pended for religion compared with the hundred millions expended oa cigars and tobacco anti then two thou sand millions of dollars spent for rum So a man who had a fortune of 750000 or what amounted to that in London spent it all in indulgences chiefly in gluttonies nnd sent hither toftenor 200 for himself Then he was re duced to a guinea with which he bought a rare bird hud it cooked in best style ate it took two hours for digestion walked out on Westminster bridge and jumped into the Thames on a large scale what men are doing on a small scale Oh my friends let us take our stand against the extravagances of society Do not pay for things which are frivolous when you may lack the necessities Do not put one months wages or salary into n trinket just one trinket Keep your credit goo by seldom asking for any Pay Do not starve a whole year to afford one Belshazzars carnival Do not bqy a coat of many colors and then in six months be out at the elbows Flour- Ish not as some people I have known who took apartments at a gontliravanished in the night not even tea ing their compliments for the land lord I tell you my friends in the day of Gods judgment we will not only have to give an account for the way we made our money but for the way we spent it We have got to leave all the things that surround us nowAlas if any of you in the dying hour felt like the dying actress who asked that the casket of jewels be brought to her and then turned them over with her pale hand and said Alas that I have to leave you so soon Better in that hour have one treasure of Heaven than the bridal trousseau of a Marie Antoinette or to have been seated with Caligula at a banquet which cost its thousands cit dollars or to have been carried to onr last resting place with senators and princes as pallbearers They that con acetate their wealth their time tnelr all to God shall be held in everlast ing remembrance while I have the authority of this book for announcing that the name of the wicked shall rot KISSES AT A NICKEL EACH Men Looking for the Real Thing Get Only the Cmndr Article Genuine Article Come High A row of maidens dressed saucily 4andbefore a tent at the boulevard carnival given by the Ladies Aid so iety of the First Presbyterian church at Findlay 0 the other night In great large letters posted over their heads appeared this legend Kissing booth a kiss for five cents Youngand old men spent nickels like drunken sailors but when they got inside each was handed a candy kiss A general kick was oracle and in a few minutes another sign went up It rend The real thing Not a man was willing to put up this PanAmerican price for the oscillatory exercise and the treasury was not Aug mented Now the conservative eli ment of the church is mad Conventional members said that it was madness to display the real thing sign itandrealize one dollar frr a juicy smack have h poor idea of the young men of the town Henry Weight DannyThey say th nmbulanche wor kipt busy at Cnssldys wlddlng Larry It won Some wan threw a pair of Offlsher Rolllysl oes at th happy couple awn tV hack wor wrecked Chicago Daily Kn Haautcnrlnc I actually believe you like the pup py better than you do me Nonsense Georgel You know would do as much for you dear as I would for the dogTitBits- LANS A HUSBAND BOUHTY i Japan G T ment Fropaie Cs Rcwar Old Who Marrr Co- lIc Stadent Maidens of Japan who succeed in Interesting young Japanese students long enough to induce them to get married will be rewarded In the neaqNfuture with matrimonial e mikados government if the plans leading Japanese statesmen prove as successful as expected according to Secretary Yomma of the Japan ese consulate In Chicago reports the ChronicleWhat the secretary to make the as to the prospective pubUabedProf Starr of the University of Chi go made the sensational state in ent before his class in anthropol ogy that the marvelous advance of e Japanese in the learning and civ zation of the western countries had proved too rapid ndas making em the victims of an epidemic of fever that threatened their extinction as a nation Statistics show that students ia Japan are affected more beye trou e from overstndy than by brain ver said Secretary YommaIOn is true that our young men are very udious but our young women are expected to be scholars They are encouraged in tIre cultivation of feminine graces and charms and it is becoming a fad with some ofourtatesmen to advocate a liberal mar riage bounty for the maiden who fascinatingtohis hooks long enough to get married DEFECTIVE DINING TABLES Thr Give a Man 50 Chance to Cross ails LegCmpiailt cC nn Fflrmre Hj have discovered very great de eet in the architecture of the dlnin table remarked an epicure the oth er day to a New Orleans TimesDemo elat man and the defect is univer sal I have found In niy time but- teryv few tables built after my ideal and it seem to me that some man in terested In matters of this sort ought to start a revolution along these lines When I sit down to a meal I want to rest Eating and resting ought to go together Reatfulness at meal time absolute comfort at the table antI good food of the wholesome kind are things that will corn mend themselves to most men Now I have what I may call a mealtime hobby I always want to cross my legs under the table Most men do I believe And why not Its a comfortable position It enables one to sit more erect too I do not know what etiquette says about ones legs and feet during meal time but T suppose it goes no further than to suggest that they should be kept un der the table which is correct I ween But I Insist that among my inalienable rights Is the right to cross my legs and to cross them under the mahogany at that If It pleases me to- od ao and adds to my comfort And yet it Is a fact that one rare ff enjoys this gracious privilege be cause of the awkward grotesque and unhappy architecture of the dining able The tables ought to be differ ently made They ought to be roomier to that a fellow would have ample space in which to cross his legs if It pleased him to do so Of couwe if one does not want to cross ones legs at meal times one need not do it so the change could do no harm REFURNISHING WINDSOR The OI4 PBrmKnre In ke Cmlle Will Be Burned in Prevent lid Clrentnltnn His majesty intends to clear out a good deal of the old furniture and fittings at Windsor castle and replace them with his own Having this in view old residents have been on the lookout for signs of a bonfire some where in the precincts of the castle for in past times when any chnirs and tables and other articles therein were condemned it was the practice to have them burned rays Modern Society The object of this was to prevent pieces of furniture stamped with the queens monograms from being let loose as it were and so allowed to drift into the hands of brokers and thence into the possession of persons having no right to them but willing to pay almost any price to be able to display such royal articles in their own houses It was a wasteful ex pedient but one can understand the need of such a precaution There have been so many instances of roy al gifts and discarded articles being found In shops and stores that some means of prevention are quite neces sary But up to the present time there have been no indications of a holocaust Citicu That Reiud You of People According to a writer In the July number of Harpers Magazine cities like human beings have distinct per sonalities are frivolous progressive somber or gay much after the people about us and produce as vivid impres sions on the mind Denver arid Chi cago are cordial good fellows who slap one on the back and call new acquaint ances by their Christian names When Salem or Annapolis is mentioned a vision Is invoked of mittened and her chlef d old ladies drinking tea from fishes of rare Nanking New York is theresplendentwifeof a banker push lag her noisy way in the world and dan sUng foreign courts with her dia monds much to the disgust of passe Mistress Boston The Dram In Italy Army The reason given for the substitu lIon of the drum for thn trumpet in the Italian army Is that in these days of short service a young soldier learns to march to the drum far sooner than to tire trumpet Again it is found that trumpeters are very subject to pulmonary affections A FUhcrmana Lack The prize of 20000 in a French lot tery has been won by an old fisherman who is over years of age and has not missed a day from fishing for over 50 years He can neither read nor write sad allowed his little niece to choose the number of the ticket for him THE GALLANTRY Of MAN It to Always the iatltl Woaaaai Who riamre la the Lead j jgPsrtSNothing ever happens to the ugly woman said a cynical gentleman who had just glanced at the newspa notice of a social function to s ew Orleans TimesDemocrat man She must live the most prosaic lifecimaginable The hostess is always a beautiful woman The heroine is alrways a beautiful woman and even in j the sublimated conceptions of poesySwhere facial and physical beauty gen craily is subordinated the woman ia always a beautiful woman Evange line was beautiful Lucille was beau tiful Lucrece was beautiful in fact all down the line from Eves day tosthis good hour whenever a woman staggers to the center of the stage iu any way she ia a beautiful woman I have often wondered what part the ugly woman plays in life She does not give any of the big functions She is never the president the secretary or anything else in any of the worn en organizations of the day She is not my sweeheart nor yours nor the wife of the other fellow These are all beautiful women Even in the more violent walks of life the ugly woman plays no part She is never 5 the subject of the designing villain and the measliest pickpocket in the world would not honor her by snatch ing a purse from her The fiendish fellow who delights in the mutilation fripickingject He would rather dash vitriol or something equally destructive into the face of a really beautiful woman He would want a victim who was be Jwilderingly beautiful stupendously stunning and ail that sort of tiring These reflections have convinced me that nothing ever happens to the ugly woman and she must indeed live a very dull and uninteresting life But really I have another solution of the matter I do not know the ugly lady and while I have made no sieScial effort to peer into her place of hiding and cannot say for certain whether she is there or not yet I j am Inclined to believe that there areSno ugly women They are alt beauti ful and I guess this is why nothing is ever put down as happening to the ugly woman Supreme Court Sustains the Foot Ease TradeMark Justice LaughlTn in the supreme court Buffalo has ordered permanent injunction c with costs and a full accounting of sales tc issue against Paul Hudson the manur facturer of foot owder called Dr Clarks Foot Powder and also against a retail dealer of Brookljn restritmug them 1mm making or the Dr Foot Powder whichis deCl5XCdin the in junction of court an imitation and in mningement of the powder IC shake into shoes now so largely ad vertised andsold over the country Allen S Olmsted of Leroy N Y is the owner ol the trademark FootEase and be a the first individual who ever advertised a foot powder extensively over the country The lectsion in this case upholds his trademark and renders all parties liable who franduSlently attempt to prtfit by the extensiveSFootEase advertising m placing upon the market a spurious and appear ing preparation labeled and put up in envelopes and like FootEase Similar suits will be brought against others whc are now infringing on the FootEase trade mark and common law rights The Oanrces Willie Pa teacher told us to be pre pared tomorrow to tell what meter Us Charge of the LigHt Brigade is in PaThats easy Gasmeter of course 4Philadelphia Press SheIwonder Harry if you would YonIyou see TranscripLcn marry again unless did dief Boatost A mans struggle with his hair doesnt begin until he gets bald a woman a beginsSas soon as she in otil enough to handle a curling iron Atchison Globe- 1sKell Cholly tells me he to the smart set Belle T dont doubt it eligiblePiuiiadelphiz f T am sure Pesos Cure for Consumption t saved my life three years agoMrs Thai Robbing Maple Street Norwich N Y Feb 17 1900 ssc A dea The sale of a city block Phulaoelphia Bulletin rn- Hoxaleat Croup Care The life saver of children No opium 60 eta The hypocrite prays cream and acts uk1iiSmilk Chicago Daily News ABSOLUTES SECURITY 5 Genuine Carters LittleLiverPillsMust Iei44ISt FaoStalk Wrapper Below Tear man amd ay takes ag Ir as flTLEI FOIIEAUH c FIR IIZZMOS FIR I1UHSKSS FOR TBRW1 LYEL FIR CSNSTIPAT1H j FtRULLIWSKJR FUThECSPLU1H JtbIPgrtaTYefetaMS4gte CURE SICK HEADACHE PAPfttREADEHS Of THIS DESI1UNG TO BUT ATT11IYGSADVERTISED IN ITS COLUJIK3 SHOULD ISS1ST CFOX UAVLNO WHAT THEY ASK ron RErUSINO ALL SUBSTITUTES OR I1VtAT10NS 4 itVltapalhjr V It onlj legal practice bnldcmJC Duul in erloriairletoftequipnrntanddipoSma aLmerjien th C 1Itgt Karaiujnt Clntl IX EDUCATIONAL I lOOtOCnSTDlUClCAOOIT14 ppi frtsJ WW Jdw Im iph vu WINCHESTERNEW outshoot all other black powder shells because they are made better and loaded by exact machinery with the standard brands of Ikpowder shot and wadding Try them and you will be convinced ALL REPUTABLE DEALERS KEEP THEM SsSS s 1 1MftMcciMK u 1f 1r C t 1 FROM ALL OVER THE STATE g A J J JJ J J f CAUSED A SENSATION Chief Haascr of LoaliTlIte Backed the Lour For Mayor mid L Will neilgn Louisville Ky July 1A sensa tion was caused Thursday by the an nouncement that Chief of Police Ja cob II Hanger has decided to tender m his rrntpnntlon to the board of pub lie safety Chief Hanger has not yet announced his reasons but will make n statement when he officially noti fies the hoard of his action The res ignation however Is undoubtedly due to the result of the recent jirimary In this race Haagcr was n supporter of Mr JrfTiTMtn who was defeated for the nomination fur mayor During the primary campaign Haa ger was importuned by the firalnger followers to change but steadfastly Tefusrd lie was appointed chief aft i rr the election of Mayor Weaver in ISU7 Previous to that he lind risen through the portions of station keep er captain and chief of detectives llefore entering the police department lie was a printer There vas n ru mor that Chief Hanger would nttfpllemployment with a Chicago tive agency hut hanger denies this KEPT HER SECRET Thah Connelon Llixle Rnnaell- Koalllvrly Refaned to Tell Who Killed IUIMiddlcsboro Ky July flIzzielinssrll tbe girl who disapixured on the night of the murder of Martha VIrit was found in a dying condit bin on Bennetts Fork and expired a few loi rs later Though conscious she refused to speak nnd the killing of her and Martha White is n deep mys teryianspicion points to Johnnie Mar I tin owner of a Mind tiger saloon two milts from Mlddlesboro but no attempt has been made to arrest him Martin hair closed his saloon and t remains surrounded in the mountains 4 1jtltarmed friends 1tiBORRIBLY MANGLED A Contractor Son Rode His Bicycle I Front f a Street Car and Was Killed Henderson Ky July 1SLeon VJe rhoene 18 years old son of the con tractor who is engaged in a 100000 railroad contract here for the L NV wns killed by n street car at 630 I Sunday evening The boy was riding a wheel and in attempting to cross the track was struck by the car and horribly mangled The boys home lsal Uoodlettsrille Tennn where his t fatherowns a large stone quarry Rmled Off thtr Track Newport Kyn July 12Tlle weath t cer was very hot but n large crowd 4VVtnrnei out to see the sport Thuro arbe handicap at furlongs wns the feature of the day John Me Elroy faa an easy winner over a field ot speeily ones J Thompson John Sheridan olid Henry Itcif were ruled off Thursday for fighting In the bet ThompIstable hands L Somerset OH Boom Somerset Ky July ISThe devel k t opmrnt of the Kentucky and Tennessee I oil fields is progressing rapidly 4 rrhe wells recently struck Bertram Xos 1 and 2 are still sustaining their Fi i record production No is doing 2iO I k S 1btirelz per day while No 2 is doing 250 The National Transit Co of this city is pumping oil to this place where it is being shipped I Depntjr Sheriff AMa laated Jfidl1CSooro Ky July 15 Deputy Kherilt Joe Manning was assassinat ed about a mile from this place Sun day He Is believed to hare bert Vahot by Herman McCreary for whom he had a warrant to arrest Me Crcary is bring pursued now by a posse j IFira at BnrkiTllle- ColtmbnsIi Ky July 13 Burksville Xy a thriving little town 20 miles south of hn was visited by a disas trous fire The blaze originated in McComas 4 Williams livery stable and when Jscovered was beyond con trol The loss is mostly covered by insurancep VV flIatr Wreck i Burgin Xy July 12A wreck oc curredontleCNOaitdLPViust in front of the depot in which Vfive freight cars loaded with mer4 chandise and one engine were d mol VIshed and three other engines wrecked A Kentneky KllllBK reporthis4 Jobs Potts by Ed Pemberton a farm hand on Potts farm Pemberton es capd S SeTeral Froitratloa Lexington Ky July 12The op prcKsiveness of the weather Thursday was something fierce The thermom eter went steadily up from 83 at 9 11 j m to 106 degrees in the shade at 3 VT tap HI There were several prostra tions but no deaths VVceep the Call- nussellvilie Ky July li The of Logan Females jeollegecoDImtllThursday and elected k V41Dr S A Steel of Ilichraond presi dent He has telegraphed that Lie itV- Would accept 0 ranner Big IX 4 t VVL Henderson Ky July 12llre dc t stroyetl ioo bushels of wheat n big VV barn and other buildings and farming uteniils on the latin of K C Soaper near here Thursday The lossis esti ialated at iooo The fire originated from a traction engine 0 4WheatCrap flamed Henderson Ky July 12The en 4 lire cro of wheat grown on the farm a of Mrs A W Wuthen amounting tlyiengine n Emor Good Health at 104 Cup Ky July 12Georges l a Crfek this county claims the oldest woman in Kentucky in the persona i of Mrs Catherine Brown She was 4 born in IM and In now past 101 years 2V ft age and Js in excellent health Her Blind In as good at it ever Will c4i Greeairade Pardoned r VSterling Ky July 12Thomas Gienwade who was sent to the itentiary a fev months ago 7 fJaJ31J1r pardoned Tbu IorbeICo DeckbaiB and has r rt i 1 t f i Y ifi I r 4it i r I J f J r r r a Iitr 4 t tJF J 1 p i1 DRILLING FOR OIL M million County In the Thrnrn nf the Intr l Kxcltrmrnl Oil In Paying Qnniilltlen Ilichmond Ky July 1tnr M C Heath und Mr J K World representing n company of local capitalist have been prospecting for oil in the southeastern part of this county near Iterca llecrnt investigations liuvo shown that oil in paying quantities exiits in this section and the excite meat over discovery lies led to many lenses being taken Dr Heath anti Mr World hate in the Inst ten days taken leases on about 10000 acres of oil lands Within the next 30 dayt they will Mink a well near the Undo church one utile went of Beren Thu pecimen of oil found in this locality i of as good quality as that found i the Wayne county fields and the promoters are sanguine of the out look HIS VICTIM DEAD Alfred 1enptm the llitrkeeper Sn lIaChILouisville Ky July 15 Samuel Staila an Italian who came here three weeks ago front Mexico was as milted on Wtilnesday last in a sa loon on Kightccnth huron t avc thftIAlfretl Peoples the barkeeper of the saloon who is supposed to have in flicted tIme wounds has not Inen seen since the assault No clew has been found as to the cause which led up to the trouble CAPITAL FIVE MILLIONS The Xatlonnt Consolidated Oil Co Will Re 1ncorpratcdKeu tacky Promoter Lexington Ky July 13Thme Na tional Consolidated Oil Co with cap hal of 5000000 will be incorporated In South Dakota in a few days Articles drawn up here are now in thn mail The company includes men who hold oil interests in Kentucky West Virginia Tennessee and Texas Other leases will le added as fast ns possible M C Alford of lexlll toll and 3 11 C Vance of Louisville arc directors of the organization FELL FROM A WINDOW Slnart Leathers Son of CIt John II Leathern Met With a Ter rible Accident Louisville Ky July 13 Stuart Leathers one of the best known young men in Louisville and a son of Capt John H Leathers fell from a third story window of his fathers residence on Ormsby avenue at 11 oclock Sunday night breaking his jawbone right wrist and hip nail sits laming internal injuries Physicians are unable to say whether Mr Leath ers injuries are fatal Killed at A Rnrhecne Henderson Ky July 13Early Sunday morning four miles from this city one Xegro was killed und an other fatally injured at a barbecue A Negro row occurred in which Tom Marshall was shot dend and William Fellows received a bullet from which he will likely lie Two Negroes are in jail charged with the shooting which was caused by a woman Won Sentenced to Death Louisville Ky July 15 Sentence of death was passed upon a woman in the criminal court Julia Trabue a young Negress heard lice fate pro nounced and the date for execution fixed nt November 15 without dis playing any emotion The womans crime was the coldblooded murder of her lover Edward Evans Deerted From the Jfnvjr Lexington KyM July ISFrank Scarce of this county was arrested Sunday night as being a deserter from the navy He was recently recruited and assigned to the receiving ship Franklin at Norfolk lIe says ten days service instilled him with such a fear of the water and the thought of leaving sight of land caused such a terror that he resolved to flee Jfew Venire Summoned Inez Ky July 13SIxty Lawrence cojuty citizens were brought here Friday to be examined for jury duty in the Cassady Use All efforts to secure a jury is this county have fail ed Thus for only five jurors hava been secured Last Stall Laid Lexington Ky July 13The last rail on the Ohio Kentucky railroad from Jackson in Hreathltt county to Caney in the coal field of Morgan county has been laid The road will be open for traffic August Wllke Boy Dead Lexington Ky July JSA new made mound in front of an empty stable in one of the pretty blue grass paddocks on Elmhurst farm marks the passing of another of the great trotting sires of America The noted blind stallion Wilkes Boy is no more Awaiting Heavenly Instruction Louisville Ky July 15 Schlatter the divine healer is in Louisville having arrived in this city on foot from St Louis He says lie is await ing heavenly instruction where to go nextGv Her Children Morphine Princeton Ky July 13 Amanda Boyd a Negro woman while washing Friday gave her baby and its brother a dose of morphine to make them sleep while she worked The baby is dead and its brother is not yet out of danger Brakeman Head Severed Williams town Ky July 13Hfad Drakeman Frccking 011 a through freight on the Q c was killed here by attempting to jump on his train Ills head was severed He lived at Ludlow Ky Four Prisoner Escaped Lancaster Ky July J3Joour pris oners one white man and three col ored escaped from the county jail here by cutting through the atone wall of the jail It was n corspleto delivery no prisoners remaining Of fleets arc searching for them Minister Appointed Judge Frankfort Ky July 13Gov Beck ham Friday appointed Her L E Mann as county judge of Howan coun ty to fill out the unexpired term of Judge George A Nickeil who resign ed OB account ft ill health if t C Ji USEVEREHQTSPELl Warm Weather Continues in Sev eral of the States ronulit In T xnii Itruken Ilr a Ter rifle llnlninll itt Over Two hour Iliirnllfin Aliiiiml Itpmllnit a CliiiiiUiiiroC Washington Inly 15 Keports to tin weather bureau show that the hot weather continued Sunday in ItS states and territories of the great corn belt the OhlcllcJ and various pur lions of the Miiith There seems to be no immediate evidence of abuts ineut except III the southwest where local thunderstorms maycause some moderation The states affected in elude Indiana Illinois Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Missouri Kentucky Tennessee Alaluima Mississippi Louisiana Arkansas Oklahoma Kan sas Nebraska South Dakota North Dakota Colorado mul Michigan It has become considerably warmer also in the upper lake region anti in New Kngland Marquette Mich reporting Sunday a recordbreaking tempera tire of 102 degrees Hope of rain Sunday in the region affected by the heat aas not fuHJIed only traces of it appearing in ojie or two sections except at Galveston Tex where onethird of an inch fell and in east trim Texas where there were local thunderstorms TIt temperatures re ported Sunday sh w only tight va nation from the cstremer of the past fw days and thuee are due to ltIII conditions entirely In Dos Moines la Sunday the temperature was IOC in Kansas City 102 and in Omaha 102 while at Pctenport In Denver Col Little Hock Arkcw Orleans St Inul awl Vickshurg Miss it was If or higher Iron Mountain Mich luly 13 Sunday was the hottest of the year It was tin in the shade at t oclock- Denison Tex July 13The worst droll nht ever Ixlltrlrllcrcl In this see lion was broken Sunday afternoon by a terrific rainfall of over two hours duration the lolumt of rain bring almost equal to a cloudbiirsi The storm was accompanied by a wind of almost tornado force Re ports indicate that the rain is gen eral in this vicinity It hiss conic just in the nick of time to save the cotton crop It will benefit the fruit crop and furnish stock water which had entirely failed causing much ills tress and will also benefit lowland cotton PRAYING FOR RAIN Prayer Offered In All the Chnrehei nt Jefferson Cltjr Mo Sunday I3vrnlng Jefferson City Mo July Ut all the churches Sunday prayers were nitRIc for rain At the Roman Catho lic churches prayers are said at each mass daily for rain under an order of Archbishop Kain of St Louis Sunday night the Methodist Baptist Christian antI Presbyterian congrega tions united in A union service nt the Presbyterian church and prayers for rain were offered Got Dockery is receiving hundreds of requests beseeching him to issue a proclamation to the people to as semble and pray for rain It was cloudy Sunday night with favorable indications for the rain CATTLE SUFFERING Hundred of tired Reported to Hvp Died of Heat and Thirst In Southern SCenic Wichita Kan July 15 SunJay wis the hottest day of the season in Southern Kansas the temporal tis registering us high as 118 in the sun Sunday afternoon special prayer acre ices for rain were held at all of the churchts here Two thousand people crowded into the oman Catholic church to pray- Hundreds of cattle are reported to have died of the heat and thirst in Western Kansas Several train loath wont through here Sunday for market there being no grass or water for them on their ranges Kay is selling for 18 a ton and corn can not be nur chased at 33 cents a bushel DROUGHT IN MISSISSIPPI C rn Cotton and Other Farm Crop Are Seriously Damaged Very Hot Weather Jackson Miss July ISIrom allover the state come the reports that corn cotton and other farm crept have been seriously damaged because of the long continued drought Very little rain his fallen since April and none at all except in A few favored spots since the first cf June Mis sisi pi made little corn since las yeni because of continuous rains during June and July and a failure for two years in succession is n serious matter to thousands of farmers flu weather has been blistering hot for a wick Calamity Jane Found Anaconda Mont July 13Colam- ily June the noted plainswomun who rendered valuable services Custer Keno Egan and Bother Indian fighters was found by Mrs Josephine Winrield Brake sick and destitute near Livingstone Andrade at San Juan San Juan de Porto Ilico July 13 Gen Andrade the former president 0 Venezuela arrived here Thursday evening on the steamer Ponce Iron New York July 6 lie wasreglstered on he passenger list as J Tiones To Acquire New Territory Montgomery Ala July 13Thi constitutional coat ention Friday aloptcd a section of the proposed revr instrument which authorizes the legislature to acquire new territory This hiss especial reference to the proposition that Alabama acquire a portion of Western Florida Oil For Fuel Topeka Knn July 13TIme Santa Fe railroad has decided to use oil for fuel in its locomotives The Beau mont Tex product will be given a trial Suffering In London London July 13The heat wave here is becoming more tropical The official thermometers registered from 85 to 67 degrees in the shade There were many sunstrokes prostrations and falntlngs in the streets which kept the ambulances busy Orphem C Kerr Dead New York July 13n H Newell who was known as a humorist 10 ears ngo under the mane Orphecs C Kerr was found dead in his apartments in Brooklyn Friday Hp l1cl been dead for several Vt1Th F4V iiVVV f t VV VV- VVVV THEGBMGGLL Conference Comes to Naught and a Strike is Ordered trom Irnt Aiiiirnrnnee II looks rralmlilr That Irenldent shnf icrs strike Order Wilt lie Obeyed Dy the Men Pittsburgh Pa July 15 The third conference between the Amalgamated association aunt the Tinted States steel corporation Saturday came to naught and President Shaffer Satur day night ordered out all the union men employed in the American Steel Hoop Co American Sheet Steel Co anti the American Tin Plate Co From present indications it looks probable thulrcsiilent Shaffers strike order will lie obeyed and the great struggle hurt tiecit lit Amalga mated association and the steel com panies will hUII in earnest Monday In the union mills of tin coin a liiis against which n strike lias IMCII de clared it is predicted that not a wheel will turnVfl effort will be made also to close down some of the non union nulls of the companies unit to cripple the reft The strike was not of our own seeking saul President Shaffer Sun day It was forced upon us Wo wvrc not contending for wages lint fur principlefor selfpreservation The tin nail sheet people will not heals to turn a wheel Wr have our forces thoroughlyor ganized and there will lie some site prises III store I linen not hearth frcnia single lodge in answer to my strike order lit an answer is not necessary The order will ie prompt ly olttyed by all our men Hut timer will be no trouble I ibor organiza tions have changed The Amalgamat ed Association is not the association it was 20 years ago not even live years ago The men are more read fly controlled in fact we have our men under control With 47000 men affected by the original order calling out the sheet steel workers sheet hoop and tin workers this general order will increase the numbers to more than 130 000 and will involve the Federal Steel Co the National Steel Co and the National Tube SYMPATHETIC STRIKE Fifty Thousand Miner Willing to Walk Out end Attaint the Amal gamated ssoclntlon Pittsburgh Pa July 1FHvthousand miners employed in the many mines of the Pittsburgh dis trict are willing to lay down their picks walk out of the mines auto as moist the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers in their fight against the steel trust Patrick Do Ian district president of the United Mine Workers is authority for tlis statement and if necessary the miners will immediately quit work I deplore this steel strike for it will be the greatest in the history if the country saul President Dolnn perhaps causing hardships for thou sands But the men are btanding uo for their rights antI the olticais of the steel trust know this better tinanyone else TERMS REFUSD Time Iron Moister of Chicago and Vicinity Went Out on Strike Mulishly Morning Chicago July 15 Action taken Sunday night by Chicago members of the Iron Molders Union resulted Mon slay in a general strike of the memo hers of the trade employed in the foundries of Chicago and vicinity In spite of the efforts of the officers ot the international organization the six local unions voted to refuse tIme terms offered by their employers They III so decided to renew their demand for a 3 a tIny wage and to strike unless their demand shall be immediately complied with Eighty manufactur ing concerns and 1100 members of the union are affected May Strike Tuesday Morning Wilkesbarre Pa July 15 The grievance committee of the Stationary Firemens association of Norcherim Pennsylvania held a meeting II this city and resolved to eaU a strike TMIM tiny morning unless the demands of the firemen for a ninehour day are granted by that time Russia Ilecrnltlnfr London July 15 Emperor Niclri las according to a dispiicli from St Petersburg has issued an order that 308300 men hall be recruited fIr the Russian army and navy diiiidg the present year To Destroy a Fort Aden Arabia July 13A force of 590 British and Indian troops is axtiit to start for a point 70 miles inland to destroy a fort built by the Turks in the territory of the Jliiushadi who are under British protection Csc Referred to the 1renldcnt Washington July 13The case of SappIlotions of the evil service law includ insr the views of the commission has ben referred by the civil service com mission to the president 1esa Statesman Dtnil Dallas Tex July 13lIon Richard B Hubbard a former governor of Texas and during President Cleve lands nilministration United States minister to Japan died bt his homo in Tyler Tex- hhitorlc Hotel Destroyed Joliet III July 13When the city authorities Friday burned tho his tone Bisscl hotel to destroy traces of smallpox three other buildings took fire nnd were destroyed About 50 people mostly Negroes were ten dered homeless Rural School Detroit Mich July lJThe national council of education at a very slimly attended session adopted n tea olution indorsing the centralization of rural schools and the transportation of pupils to them Half the Hunlnenn house Hnrncd Cooper Tex July J3Fire which started at 3 oclock in the Delta na tional bank building destroyed ubout onehalf of the business houses of the town with most of their contents The total loss is estimated at iJOUO with insurance about half Gtbiani Sew Record Salt Lake Utah July 13lfarry A Gibson established n new record for two milts on an eightlap truck on the salt palace track behind motor pace in 323 The previous record vas 333 made by Kikes e1VVVVrt Y r001 to 1 PAN XPSJ11IJfJYAYI20JFR11I tiJL N J KPII SPeJIN66 TS OF 7- fi1Jfj NiwYoRKND NW1GIAN- DIot1 Will rIND EXCELLENT SERVICE ON TI4f ThROUGH TRAINs or THt jtDilith ir M NYORK C1EN TI1AJ TT1iITCSQ1ItM l I c TIIIO ItarAT IrUTAAI RAIIWAYWSTFU nrAMrRurA rnuPRirs Tar It IV Ttlt +TM fctttJf rjttjf ++++++++++ ++++ + ++++++++++ ++++++++ tI Get What You Ask For i tr tSOLD LAST + i J+ + J 4r i t rAND LIVERS + THIS IS T u t THE TABLET headache Indication pimples pain after eatlnr liver trouble lallanr complexion nnd dlzzlneu your bowels doa move reralmrlr are afterwards Xo matter what cite you start taklcx CASCAUETS today for will never gel well and be writ all the time null you pnt bowels itT Take our ndvleei tart with CASCAKETa today under on absolute to cure or money refunded + U3 +++++ ++++++ ++++++++ +++uu One of IllnnTiit Surprise A Baltimore woman recently eurecl an old and typical southern cook named Uinah whose unfamiliarity with city rays her questions were a constant source of familyOne after she arrived the door bell rang anti Dinah answered it as usual In a minute chic came bark with r surprised expression j she cx claimcd Icr am a man ilere what wants 24 tents for de Sun Mrs JiiKti pave her the money and she returned to the door After the man had zone Dinah asked Does vou hab to pay for de iin hine here nisus In Virginia we dont hab to pay for de sun Its jut as free as de air IacbbeniLiltimorr Suns The merit that leads great foul to emula ion leads little ones to envy Kams Horn TUB MARKETS Cincinnati July 13 CATTLK Common 2 50 j 3 75 Extra butchers 4 S3 ft 5 23 CALVES Kxtra II 7 HOGS Select shippers 6 25 Mixed packers 5 95 fjl 6 1- 3ShEEPExtra 3j tI 3 60 LAM11S Spring 5 00 f 6 00 KLOUK Spring pat 3 70 1J 4 00 WHEAT Xo 2 red fCORNNo 2 mixed n 52 OATS Xo 2 mixed c 3i 11YE Northwestern timothy ffi 15 3i- 1lIhiKFamnily 13 00 LAUD Steam i S 45 A1itilNew per brl 2 00 fie 3 Si POTATO Xew 2 73 i TOIIACCO Xew 800 13 5U Old j717 Clilcnc- FLOUIt Win patent 3 30 3 40 WHEAT Xo 2 redr fi7V- Xo 3 spring 00 iCOKX Xo 2 ft ISV- O 1SXo 2 q 12 UYE Xo 2 S 491 POKK Mess 14 13 v ill 40 I MD Steam 8 03 ffi S 07 A New Turk FLOUU Win patent 3 55 3 SO OATS Xo 2 mixed fits It YE Western fff Slit 1OIJK Family 1C 00 fiJlG 50 LAUD Steam S 90 llnlllniore VJIEATNo red 7ty 72 110US Western tl 63 73 Lonlsvlll- eYUEATXo2rcd cf- COUX Mixed C 33 OATSMixed fr 34 IOUK Mess Cjl4 50 LAKD Steam fij 8 50 ImllnlinitnllB WHEAT Xo 2 red rCOltNNo 2 mixed 4- 6ovrsu 2 niixtfd 32tg 32 Lr An Mmphntlc Touch The man who lives in a flat and is often annoyed by the violent piano playing of hU otherwise agreeable neighbor of the floor decant carpet l eater AVhy asked his wife the regular carpet beaters touchtreplied her buband Times JA 1referrert Caller It is always customary for the family to sit on the hark porch when the daugh ter has a lieau hut an Atchison girl has ruch a Good Thing calling on li r that the ramil leave the prcinfyes and go and sit GThe nrlftht Side It isaid that lobsters will be extinct in 23 years remarked Hiland Oh well replied Halket who is very fond of lobster let us not worry about it Let us lookon the i riiht rj 1 may all die before that Chron ide Telrgrali Cruel Girl Your Mr Hcvviman raid Miss Peppery suppressing a yawn reminds me If some champagne Ah cicaimed Hcvviman much pleased so sparkling as that Xo but its extra dry Philadelphia Press Very Alrlsh Iauld like to see some of the latest sirs said the customer in tic music de partment Then just over to the dudish floorwalker responded the salesiadv He U just full of them Chicago Daily sews Carriei played for Mrs Graham for n good hour and I sang several selections ftherjo considerate in herJJcst- on Transcript An tnkinvi imtTesDo you think JesYes I hail two like that when they were in style Philadelphia Press The judgment of the girl who sits sigh lag for a career while her mother hoes the housevyoric is in need of mending Well spring Vae Dont you know that by too much zeal for a cause you may olriveaivaya good many reasonable people Washington Dm ocrat aIf theres anything that will make a fel low hot it is to be told that it isnt the heat but the humidity Indianapolis News anbodya iagton laJ DemocratJ I itIsf Eden Good Cheer The prudent man considers well before f +CASCARETS Cathartic they are always pal up in blue metal box ourfradcmarked longtailed Con the cover 4 4NonsIIcut prices and tty and palm off fakes tohen CASCA +RETS are called for Because the e a little more 4profit Get the genuine CASCARETSand with U saLis faction or money rfuniec1reaJ guarantee belotu j iII AgSIX MilLION YEARf BOXESV J- it 14ETESTIMONIAL tII tBESTFOR BOWELS bthlusnetdlreIrtoretherI 3- 3JIAVhm 12yCbolce 734CORNNo i2lCOltXCjlUCTfIJollutchcrtl dayThat alleytchiaaAGlo Pittsburgh conversation youllbelieve JessYe1indeed bChlevCtJThePublic Candy J NEVER SUJ INBVIL + J OTJAKAXTEEB TO CURE live atom ago the first Wx or CA8 +CARETS was mid Wow It Is over six mlUL box year greater tkaa nay similar medicine In the wvrld TfcU Is sikMlmtv merit aad 4our bret trstlmonlal We have faith aad irlll IICAinjsftCTl1 absolutely guaranteed to cur sir maaer reftonded Uo buy tvdar tm A boxes trlv IbetaaTutr honest trial as per slssple dlrref tas cod ttyu arsot aO5e4 +after nslBic oae AOff box return the navscd fiOe hoc nad tke emeSy bo Ie ns kr mall or the dragl from whom nnrckased It cad ctyarsoe7 todayIleuih +orCAJtCAKCTS Hook free by small Adam StUDS Si InS t5M oS I+++++++++tvvvvv vvv vvv vvv vvv vvv vvv vvv ++l V I WHERE AM I DRIFTINGfII Arc these horrible aches and pains natural Am I doomed to lose my health and good looks through suffering I cant prevent Shall r I be nervous and cross at twentyfive thin and sickly at thirty fall of wrinkles in my prime Arc you asking these questions of ourself young woman Do you look at the women you and wonder if you must grow nervous and wretched like them 9 Turn now right away to the medicine that will take all such apprehension out of your life and make you well and strong Dr esireserveyourbeauty Jhelp you at once psaVMrs flay Clark formerly of Buffalo N Y who now lives at Crowland Ont says it For two years I was unable to do any hard if work of any kind I was so miserable and no one 4 can imagine what hours I put in I felt so sad and down hearted all the time and sometimes felt as if I would be glad if I could die for it was misery to live and feel as I did I sometimes thought I should lose my mind Ihad the headache and could not sleep at times I tried many medicines but did me no At last I decided to try Dr Greenes I Nervura blood and nerve remedy and alter taking two f bottles I could sleep well and my mind did not trouble me any more I am now able to do all my own housework I which I have not done for two years before I am very thankful for what Dr Greenes Jfermra blood and nerve remedy has done for me and I gladly reccmmend it to all who suffer as I have suffered TK The pity of beauty sacrificed to pain andnerv onsncss I Realize it now and prevent the inroads happiness and health Dr Greenes Nervura blood and nerve remedy always helps women You will understand this if you try it When you need medical advice call or write to Dr Greene 35 W 14th St New York City He will advise free of charge No one can advise you so well because no one underVstands your case so well There arc grateful women in almost every household who have been cured of serious troubles by Dr Greene t tIDHSO a dtubflityaahlTldowhoodt PL ill air V S Ssrtke LAWS flVJlaCCIt5 a i lS CIHo WebW IIawtWJJJJmIUtIJL cults W5111ALL li Bet Cough Ejrup Tsatvs Cooti in time Sold be arucrmatL COt SUMPTIDN Sr DRUGGISTS aroundV theyV furl ir 1fDWt beet by TtIItn1 AflVVnf ir arpAvVr STAR uwbDWuihli1T451sV IA N lE 1874 YIIEY UITllIU TO AnrnTrII rtrascssrikaIonute44eflIIII I I c t A 1 I o7 I OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK a OUTLOOK TUjBLiSHiNGCoL r V KY IQWIXGSYILLEr IN ADVANCE f THURSDAY JULY 18 1001 c Every HisineRS communication i in tist be addressed to THE OUTLOOK IUULIfflllSG Co 01VING3VILIK KT else we will not be icppunsible for it i ANNOIJNCEKENT TATIYEJnI I RJPcck of Sharpsburp a can I iIilidcfor the Leyislnture from the I ItatlfKownu district subject to the IIIctinnof the Urrioeraiic party SRFOUlMAGISTRATE x nre d tn nnnmince riniiivw W illinium orej FH 1 ril for niatti trite in tho White lr district subject to the ne Itim1f the Republican party We are authorized to announce i CeO U Razor IIf near lies ilIa IclIdiolnte for the nomination for 11aitra1 in the White Sulphur diijtrict Mitijeet fo the action of Ii the Republican pnrty iRAINS this week arc breaking the i droutli in Kansas Tin more a real Democrat stud ies the Ohio Democratic platform thpueUerhoiwiH like it a 2LsTekthnt pelwa 9 I rr rI c It actually got hot I t U2211Wfl South to make it n r news j Imar1I fides are willing for an settlement of the great strike Steel Trusts plants at Pitts burr I ac if Tun prodigal Weather Bureau + vill itonl this heat it is wiistiii ow along boutrictJanuaryanl +Fehrua n I i e1 1rCnoKcn dropped over TGO000 nt the Newmarket races 1 7ltut there fsplcnty more where that t4carne from I r 3 THE Qbio li yanitcswill hold bolting Sate convention at Colum L i that4wIhlryui c = I would be jun like Bryan to fi tOlt the Ohio platform He bolted St Louis regular Democratic muniLiflaltirket + TcnsET has actually paid the United States that 95000 Armpn claim It is almost jrnmis2onnry V c S slfnlllll nan Miss this c iOlenn of Ptrkersburg SVn n rflewhere is ven more of l1ti uccesh ithun Dr Mary WnlkW rvL b 1IlrtJIetartw Loon li7 rtdlJerlTn are cou7T r pIH injing lo idly of tfce torridity i + A 8TKOKO Rep blitn influence ls armycd 9 jjaiiml ijtlireuppoint J of Ctlhector SpjarLtiuist J1 4iiiie ItJ90 liku he ihl1i ut r IT s lucky itir humanity thnt 1 jllugb Midlty and Cnl 0 Rick had p flli tntrhjp when the lot jier trfectt breulc hib output record jibe past week begirningf2 iutruAut t o thqgcneral belief 1i ce nsusbows ttrat lbe tie thf9Mhe UnltedSlhtIS AJflJIU proportion to 7 Msnlii1ou i1 rHditorj6boV3 jtlmt from 1 ltJl of depoFiui there trt nI tuw on LKintuckyatt 1 fl t iy anyt ut sISI1IntfIrnBrifljstztiekt to the Ohio uoiiiinfees liurh freely qriiicjsua the conventions uction in regard to the platforoii of 1896 stud 1900 Bryan is learning J 400 Knights oJ Co ljiiuttC tsinbue 0 hU inUUg- I rated Vinvantitrenting crusadea B u1AiiLt IilirnII longus Ie IS a I THE nrgry h bunkers of the United tales willireet in convention at o Y Sept 28th It wilt lti most people that there mailing as a bank conduct 1L rotli I l Uroutli in Kajisas Missouri QEUlu1imd Indian Territory is the growing crops- nHivbjeQr nearly a total failure wrffn markets have experl 1 caaFjtsurprise inconsequence 6 cIt CM141 cOwesbcLut Uncle Sam f4I 1i1aiiV indlmn ly I rr outrage on t 1 LIHIYun Nn1Na Jfu Jttt ease if1 C n bniTdrbvt it wilt hiplei13 5 frto see Uncle put up the dough 1 b 4t TD vill of the lao Pierre LoriU IsrdtherKrw york tobacco aiil tr 4ti llmaire rVivitles liberally for the 1lEIIbwhotKfCltr81Ig nJeQ ClI 0 JbP iL4Iar4ntrhzstufeundetifldrnt0 IA i e1c tFjjcrnr1cCtnLosb EZFTAct r bz irwMS sola ouiui 5 uucttOtkundaihitornia to to 1Sdif a rtnoieyVeidcrK cTaim 1 JyJ1t 11tJElIWPk rtitit itt JaiJ1rc 15 Pgtqtrftt IHWU Afhtnily free h ten old lumber cant pos siblyfurnfh fruit hude timber t r i or fire wood to an outsider and toIbeititderLtsS l5 I tr Jfr t 3j i i L 1 i 41 v ft 7F g If r I110 VJ I i t iv tMt 1- ct 4r r9i 1oIt t vc wJ9 J o 1 fY47 i7tt f tli 1 r e5 ii io 11ff1tj o t 0 i1t iI J w q Till Glioplutfirm is title lhin i andi very gtnil thing too in it self the Ohio Democracy is anoll r thing1IIt a very indiirereut thing lit that in the main butt it is using some excellent policy right now Gov w S TAYIOUS wife died nt Indiiiniipilio lMt week It i likely thiit the worry antI harassment of the Kentucky political troubles hastened the progress of the dN PHPC of the heart with which fhe was nlllictcd AT Dmnison Tcxa the minis tor of the new Milhwlist Church just completed at a cllhnf ir 000 pmyed for rsiIi to bicak the drouth A rain and wind Morui came and wrecked the new clrirch building Jutt a coincidence CT SEN AT it Deboe admits now that there wi1l11e several Republican candidates besides himtulf for the U S Senitorhip if thu next LIg isliture ha a Republican majority Tile Senator was an accident anil i s nut likely to happrn again WHAT becomes nt nil the pins is no tnoswallowed by the thousands of young women who figure in the news as hospital subjects from whom thin pins work out through thu skin Lexington has a case now HitVAN says be will light to the bitter end every elfort to force the abandonment of the Chicago and Kansas City plalfornis lie may do that line still not delay long the utter discredit to whih ItrynnUm was predestined from the beginning because nf its sophistries u THE receiver of the Seventh Na tional Bank of New York estimates that with the 100 per cent assess mtnt ordered of till stockholders the bank assets will pay about SO- p r cent to the creditors Only 30 percent without the assi8jment in dicates a pretty bad wreck fro prominent Kcntuckians nt nstiington needed the surgeons care last week John W Langley was operated on for appendicitis and John W YerkeB lint his bund badly cut by a lurch on a streetcar which drove his arm and head through the ila3 of n window ALTHOUGH the uaulfun to bewaie of gasoline in the gtovo und elso whiro ie regularly preached vie tim figures in the news reports every day Gasoline is doubly dan geroiis because its vapor is readily explosive Gunpowder cnn be fur more safely handled around u tire MissouRiANs have a childHi faith in tho eOlcacy of prayer or act on tlie theory that nt least there is nothing to lose by it Gov Dnckcry has been numerously pc tilioucU to set a day for lasting tend prayer for rain to break the drouth that threatens to destroy the crops t is amusipg how much oinobf the lug Republican journals ire af fronted ut the Ohio Democratic platform because it has the old fusliuined Democratic ring A na tional plntform on the same lines vrpujdQiakc the national leaders of theKcpublic party wish iwperi al isnl neveKbeen born WHILE the Ohio Democratic platform may not be an ideally Demo cratic one in every particular it is such an improvement oer the Dry unized platforms of recent year as to be highly encouraging It is far easier to find thingo to com mendtitan to condemn in it if any of the latter can be found at till Tutu New York stock market is rot so confident just now Rail road stocks fluctuate sharply from unfavorable crop reports in the Wc tThc Steel Trusts position is not satisfactory ifbeing believ ed that the two great rival interests hdldingtliebulk of the stock arc JloVttaraYrinfnusjand the Rockefel ler party is trying to gradually unload MARK HANNA can do the men in matters political and business but MayUarringtonwife of his son Dan he needed a new think factory The Cleveland court gave Mark tho custody of her children but she slipped away and took passage for Europe before she could bo served with the legal pro byMarksber Mx OKELL tells a good ono on Herbert Spencer the grout English reeehtlySpencer for a game of billiards in a club room Spencer remarked Young man good billiard playing is the mark ofII wellbalanced mind They playednnii the young fellow bent Spencer 100 to 88 Then Spen cer said Young man such fine billiard playing us yours is the proof ofnit illspent youth perfeetlyJriIlIIIlg more prominent men attended the Ohio Democratic State convention last week than for years Col James Kilbourne was nominated for Governor Win Jennngs Bryan was purposely ig e4bynjzreemeht in the room of tho resolutions committee and given itwasr proposed in the eon Vpntloiifo realllrni the Kansas City platfornvand declare confidence in llrfnOI1Ir six delegates out of- 5OvttCttit t Then one of those plX Bryan men called attention to thonbserice of the picture of Bryan among the portraits of the hull and he started to erect a banner with Bryan picture on it There was a rush and the banner was trampled nntiiyJohnson fought rather a drawn battle for what tbcywanted S it 1a S 1IiW r A in itlit ration of how sensi tive dp iltIS lire on rumors aflic ting II toil solvency the follow ing is rn An ignorant luke niian woi n wonted some of her mntie out of the Cleveland 0 Banking nnd Saving Cos bank he Tore banking hours anti being re fused she spread the report A run on the bank followed which WitS kept up nearly alt night Tle bank has a capital of j 100000 and deposits of nearly 2000000 Tin opening of tins Indian lands in Oklahoma to settlement has been niado a sort of uveriiIIieuut lottery All who wish can gn to a certain place and register fur a chance at the 13000 homesteads Lots will then be cal li is a fair met lint Thousands are registering daily It is thought that not exceeding 50000 will register by till close of July 2Gth One choice out of four henls the former wild scrambles violence and sometimes bloodshed JOHN W BOOKWAITEK the Ohio millionaire manufacturer who hits jutit made a tour of southern Europe thinks that a crisis id jut to i heat between thin nityand the country populations of tho world because of the concentration of capital in the cities lie believes the struggle will begin in America where economic conditions are in ferior to those of Germany and France He maintain that France is the soundest country in the world owing to the distribution of wealth between town and country dweller IT is pleasant to note that the manufacturers of machinery and metal gaud offered to the Admin Utration to contribute annually a liberal additional salary to enable Col James G Stone to retain the olllce of Consul General at Cape Town South Africa Stone has resigned because he cant live on the regular salary The manufac turers say Stone has been a very valuable olllcial in helping to ex tend their trade there Tho Administration refused to allow tile contribution as it is against the law Tiimu is something of a mystery about what became of the u4203 proceeds of a sale of old Spanish gold coins by Neely the Cuban pnstoilicc looter to the U S Assay Oillce which sum was deposited in the New York Seventh National Bank now in charge of a Federal oillcial If Neely has the money salted down somewhere he will be heeled when he guts outof the laws clutches May be thin was a divvy with confederates These imperi alistic times provide great oppor tunities for clever knaves with a politicalpull Tut conquering subjugating im perialism is neither oldltishioned Democracy nor oldfashioned Re p bhicani6m it is not Americanism in jany respect but a momentous cow departure for America in itni itntion of imperial Great Britain Tiho wonder is that ithasjVt raised bfforb nowan irresistible hurricane of indignant protest from Amen eions who dont ignore tile spirit of thb Declaration of Independence nor the litter and spirit of the Con Hiollin fact the very spirit of Americanism which has made the nation what it is fn contrail to European nutiuns United States imperialism is thold devil of greed and conquest masquerading in a republican costume which ill conceals the spearpoint tail cloven hoofs and pair of horns COLa and Jim Younger after a quarter of a century in the Minute sota penitentiary for tho famous Northfield bank robbery and mur ders are under parole without per mission to leave the State Bob Younger died in the prison six years ago Their associates in the raid were Frank nnd Jesse James and Bill Chadwell Chudwell was killed at tho time Cole and Jim tire now 56 nnd 53 years old re spectively Frank James has be come u respectablu citizen Per lisps in the remote future the James and Younger boys will become somewhat mythical heroes of the Robin Hood or Rob Roy McGregor sort and will figure in the novels and operas as the latter do Un doubtedly thcJamescs andYoungcrs have been as much admired us eon demned in the West Their dove tion to the Confederate cause their dash daring nod rude chivalry tho story of tho wrongs that started the Jameses on their wild career the treachery of Fords killing Jesse all have combined to elevate them above tho herd of vulgar out laws and the survivors have friends nnd wellwishers innumerable cs pecially in Missouri and Kentucky THE British are about to conclude that Bill Shakespeare was inspired when he wrote Thrice armed is he that hath his quarrel just The Government is almost in a panic now over the conduct of the Boer war and it is rumored that the great Kitchener Is going to be recalled The War Olllce is said to be more worried now than at aii3 stage of the war If tho Liberal party hurl any organization it could secure the reins of government again but that party is hopelessly disorganized American imperial ists though have readied that degree of sublimated smartness that prevents theUi from learning lee son from the British blunders In this connection it is worth while to mention that Capt D F Allen of Frankfort Ind commanding Company I 38th U S V I has returned homo and says in his opin ion the United States will event uallyhave to withdraw from the Philippines anti he can see no other solution of the problem tho insurrection is not broken if the Filipinos could shoot straight it would be impossible for the U S troops to withstand their attacks Aguill1hldohe ever was and will escape the first opportunity i ha ArEa all the British nobility has enough troubles of its own to itiako it unenvied of the great coot mon people Lord Francis Hope head of tine of England proudest houses some years ago married May Yoke an actress of Pennsyl vania birth Lord Francis rolled hinh and managed to pretty vcll- iZt tluiiii h whh the surplus of thin family estate and mortgage the in come Thu family jewels which include the almost priceless Hope blue diamond liciest of its kind in the world being entailed could nlltI bo disposed of Lady Ilopo could outshine most of her rivals withI jewels nut the wherewithal for other feminine toggery was lacking inIShe met Capt Putnam Bradley StrollgufIU S Army Quartermasters depart ment Lord Francis and his wife hail a quarrel recently anti ho left in a hulF for England Lady Hope anti Capt Strung struck out for a lurk to the Philippines At San Francisco their identity was discovered and they were refused ad mission to a number of highclass hotels The scandal becoming pub lie Gapt Strong sent in lila rosig nation to Washington bj wire butt Secretary Root wants to know things before accepting it There may be II courtmartial in which the salacious story will come out nlUciallv CORRESPONDENCE Crams lint and dry rain is needed here very badly Born July 13 to Henry Tincher and wife a son Thomas Craig ison th j mend lie JlO he will be out soon Richard Manlry sold a pair of mules court day for 200 Newt Carter and wife of near Ohio were the guests or ThosCraig Saturday und Sunday WmlcGlolhin of near Cancy was the guest of Thomas McGloth in Friday and Saturday Am glad to say your scribe is ablt write the items himself this week I have huda very tough such but am getting nil right Brother Anderson began preach log here Friday night and contin ued till Sunday night He has one moro meeting here and then he is through It will he dilllcult for them to get another preacher as they have not done this one right Salt Lick sIn Waddell od Roger Mali pin have gone to Torrent Mrs John M Bond of New York is visiting Mrs John Dicktrsou Miss Emma Petiiof Lexington is viuiting her parent ht Midland In giintt the name of tlc Sal Lick J1 osi t Bajjk directors lau week wewuittndulie name ofT F Utior of Moores Ferry Ve understand that in the near future Vt J Fell willinlil1Ii ad dition la hi1I1I e and move hN headquarters here front IJ tInting ton The Odd Fellows will give an icecream supper in the nsw hall on next Saturday night All are in vited and a pleasant evening is as sured Mrs Ethic Morris of Qiiiniiimoi JV Vu and Mrs Myrtle Staggs ul Torrent are spending few weeks with the ir parents Mr and Mrs nob Dickenon The 14yearold daughter of J E Smith died Saturday afternoon and was buried in the Dickerson cemetery Sunday Funeral servi ces at the Christian Church were conducted by Bro Dawson The contracts for the new bank building were let Monday Jas U Otis gets the stone and A J Cheap the brick work The building will be brick and stone 22 by 40 with stone floor and nicely furnished with modern banking furniture Crooks A little daughter of Sam BigstalF is quite sick Tom Satterfield and wife are visiting ut Farmers Dock Carmichael of Menifee Co was here Saturday Mrs Rodger Bolts and baby of Ashlandare visiting relatives here Mrs Clannda See of Montgomery Co visited friends here Tuee dayMrs Joe Williams and children visited nt Olympia Saturday and SundayMrs Jessie Thomas and Mrs Mollio Thomas were in Owingsille SaturdaySeveral from here attended the basket meeting at Old Fields grave yard Sunday Misses Sarah and Catherine Hortonof Stantonaro visiting Jas Horton and family Bob Shultzand wife of Mt Sterling visited his brother who is quite sick Wednesday Turley k Robinson shipped to Newton ifc Co at Jersey City 2 car loads of lambs Thursday Mrs Viola SUtton and children visited her mother Mrs Barbery at Forge Hill the past week Miss Clara Buscom of near Ow ingsville was the guest of Miss Bessie Bolts the past wetkr Misses Florence and Rosa Per gram Willie Bashaw nnd Grover Pergram tllof near Olympian Springs visited relatives here Sun dayMrs Henry Graves find Mrs Harrr Hurd of Montgomery Co and Mrs Lee Brother of Owingsh ville WITH visitors at G btrongb Thursday II t L Hl sborhtRev E N Jones of Lexington arrived here Monday Gco Jones of Owingsvillc paid our town u visit Mondayeve Mrs Victory Haves and two stills of Maysville arrived hero Saturday to visit O B Denton IIndI familyWin B McGregor has taken the place of John R hawkins in the postollloe The latter it going to school this fall Willie Reeves who was accidentally shut by Stockwell McManus a few days ago is aide to be out no serious effects resulting Mrs C W Tipton Misses Gud gelnml Miller of Owingsville Mrs Sam Estill and Miss Viola Havens visited Mrs M A Denton Saturday The ladies of the Christian Church will give an icecream supper Saturday night for the benefit of the church The II C Band will play for the occasion Grange Cltv Bud Colliver sold u horse to Roe McLain for 85 TaC Rigdon has been on the sick list the past week Znck Phelps and daughter Liz Zit if Lexington tire visiting Goo Phelps and family ClilF Heddings and family of Bath county visited David Roysc and family Sunday Misses Maud Kissick and Lizzie Grayvisited friends and relatives near Floniingsburg last week Mrs Al Rawlings left Thursday to be at the bedside of her daughter Mrs lion Soper in Nicholas countyThe LaA S will give an ice cream supper Saturday evening July 27th for tho benefit of the church Everybody invited to at tendAllen Rawlings rtcsived a telephone message Saturday stating tlmt his daughter Mrs Ben Soper was dangerously ill He nnd his daughter Mrs Bud Golliver left immediately to attend lien bedside Bethel Mrs Mnrildii Raid of Carlisle is visiting her son Ed hero this week Milt RatlitF Co shipped large carload of Iambi to Cincinnati this week- I S Truuibo spent Friday and Saturday in Carlisle and Millars burg on business Mrs John Henry of Cailisle visited Jlrs Susan Hazelrigg Fri day and Saturday Mrs John English of Montgom cry C is visiting her tiMcr Jlrs Carrie Arnismith Charlie RfiJ and wife of Mont gomery Co arc visit i iiti Mrs ReidV parents Will Rice Hazelrigg hud wifx- Wheilthrcing and gathering hliicitherriiR are lie rlllrs nf tilt duty Berries arc very scarce around lucre Charles Gate and wire nee Jo riie Finch of Robertson Co art visiting Mrs Gates parents Sam Finch nail wife Robert Wilson wife unit little daughter Alleta of near Millers burgare here He clime up to thresh his wheat Mrs A E Trumbo and three children of Carlisle spent last wcwk with her mother Mrs Susan Hazelrigg and other relatives Miss Pearl Moore of Taylors vile Christian Co Illinois is the guest of Phantley Stone She will also visit her aunt Mrs Siyurtz in Carlisle Miss Lillio Lctton is at home from London where she has beer teaching for the past ten months Miss Ilortcnso Letton is at home from Willraore where she had ben engaged as governess for tho past year Knob Lick The farmers are some of them still plowing Hogs are scarce and high There are a few not sold The R R Iron Co did not ship much ore lust week Charley Spencer bought of Lath rant 100 bu wheat at 55o Peter Adams is building cold storage room for Mrs J M Colli vcr Preaching here Sunday by Bro Ed Anderson There was a nice little crowd Capt Pitman visited In Mont gomery Sunday and attended Court ut Mt Sterling We are needing rain badly There was a shower here Saturday eve nothing like enough Henry Ewing threshed his crop of wheat last weeksome 600 bus Sam Jackson and Henry Hopkins threshed theirssome 300 bus Married at the residence of her uncle Joseph CrosbyMiss Olga Ha geruuin to Jude Yarb rough May happiness and success attend them through life is the wish of the wri terIt makes the devil smile to hear a man boast that he never scratches a ticket it likewise pleases the party boss The Golden Rule has been side trucked by the one Do others or tIles will do you Religion may be a creed but Christianity is an immortal princi plo If a Wail sells his principles- of course he is without any The man who wants the earth is almost sure to lose a lot in leaven It is not what you believe thatI makes a thing true but that is All the people in the universe be lieving a lie would not wake it u truth t T p iVyormng H JOmar Barter is IIi Morehead this ncek2 JS S A Barber is in Mnifee Co this wee Miss Jessie Atchison visitid friends near Grange Ciiy Saint tiny Several young folks from this place attendedchurch Hillsboro Sunday Miss Nancy Daiigherty who has been quite poorly is some better at this writing Mrs Mollie McCann of Kansas is visiting her sister Mrs Bruce Snedegar of this place Ed Anderson and wife and Mrs J D Myers visited Dr W O Phil 1i11l1lIt Flcmingsbiirg Saturday James Kincaid and family of Kansas City Mo are visiting his father J R Kincaid ut this place Five threshing machines passed through hero last week on their way to the western pnrt of this county and Montgomery Co Mrs Mamie Tipton nnd Miss Alice Miller Owingsville Misses Viola Havens and Sallie Estill of near Grange City visited Sam Es till and wife Saturday night Odessa Trade seems to be on a standstill just now W T Jones has been quite sick the past week J P Stephens sold n horse to J H Law last week for 8750 Perry Myers of near IHIIsboro was a guest at F T Jones Sutur day night and Sunday- Wheatstacking and threshing 113soatsnnd week blackberry harvest is Most everybody got through plowing last week though if a nice rain should come soon there would be some plowing done yct in lute cornElder E S Baker of Lexington will begin u series of meetings at White Oak Tuesday night July 23 at isled by our pastor J R Jones All come und we will have a good time Remember the meeting announc ed in our last weeks items at Coultharda woods for nest Sunday morning Itseems to be all the talk Wowilln add that it will be ii basket nieetingand there will he preaching in the evening also Everybody is invited to come and bringa Tell tilled basket Upper Prickly Ash MrJ Edgar Mann visited rela tives on Flat Creek last vtuk- Jliss Bert In Gault will begin the public school at Harpers school lifuse Monday July 22d Mrs Thomas Pete F of Ueliel viis the guest of her muthtr Mrs Nancy Shrout last week Mrs crle joodpnster of Ow iiigsUlle is viiitiug her iier Mrs Jeiiniu llaniillou this week CnlehKatliir and family of Kald Eagle and Morton Harper of Far tlisrs were visitors at Daniel Liar perV Sunduyr Mrs Ella Hamilton and family of near Mt Sterling visited ut Perry Good paster s unit A If Moores Saturday and Sunday Mrs W W Case and Mrs Al manza Stone visited their pareiits E F Harmon and wife near Sunset Saturday and Sunday- G M and J Edgar Mann went to Nicholas county last Thursday to bo present at the 35th anniversary of their parents marriage Mrs Samuel Kerslakc of Paris has been visiting her aunt Sirs Frances Hamilton und other rela tives in the neighborhod for several daysS Slate Valley Chris Garner and wife are both very sick withchills There was a hard rain fell near the ore mines Saturday evening Timothy meadows are ready to cut and ate said to be very good JOG Lath ram wife and children of Prickly Ash visited Dee Rudder and wife Sunday Sum Shultz and wife visited ut Salt Lick Sunday the guests of W E Atchison and wife Littlo Miss Lucy Ulery was sick Sunday with cholera morbus but is better at this writing Burn Thursday July 11 to John J Coylo and wife a daughter their firstborn Viola Inez Mrs John K Jones and little granddaughter Ollie Jones were the guests of Mrs Sam Shultz Tues day of last week Joseph Goodpaster of JonesvilleI Grant county has his parents George Goodpaster and wife the past week Doubtless sonic of my items reached the waste basket lust week i Didnt have room for ullso had to leave a good de1outEd Mrs Ann Stone and little son Jack visited east of Slate Creek Thursday the guests of Mrs Sam Shultz and Mrs Matia Stamper Stepstone No rain yet Oh wilY cant it rain Wo need it badly sure Salt Well school began the 15th with Miss Kittie Lane as teacher B F Myers Jr and wife spent Sunday with the lattcrs parents near Ewington B F Myers Sr of Flat Creek was hero Saturday seeing his old home and friends Joseph Carl of Ashland arrived here Sunday on u visit tpr his sister Mrs J R Conner Mrs Beaver of Covington is vii iting her brotherinlaw JohnKar rick and wife at this place r 4 Theflackelf UNDERBUY UNDERSELL FOR CASHCOME AND SEE TilE LOW PRICES CARPETS RUGS CORSETS HAM BURC LACES STRAW HATS1 rHOUSE PAINT CHINAWARE 1IA1tDWA1USEverything marked in plaJn figures One price to all l Round Tube Cake Pans 7C pcStringMason Rubbers 5C doz CottonBodyfor Men 40200 Pearl Buttons 7C doz 40CApron pcTinHoyts Colgne25C size 14c 1T C ncrLi1 Stand f i == Say r s mt nish you a strictly uptodate mt WOOL SERGE SUIT AT 16 you need a suit of clothes a pair of shoes or anything found in an uptodate gen 1m eral stock of call on us We will that will save you 40 or 50 per cent CHANDLER PHELPS KENiUCKY Miss Kittie Lanu returned home from a visit to- frieiidn at unit near Sharpsburg Miss Rosa L ICiirriefc visited her sirandpareiitH at Salt Lick rill tin past week nnd expects lu tayas xvhile Itjiiger Some of the laxlY family Miss Eva and several others spent Sundav with Owen ilyir and family on Flat Greek Our sick Mr S P Sttelp1 P Lmitf Mrs Ruuann child Robert Goodpiisters chill nut the others lure no better than last week IJurril Ray left Monday fur Ah land where he will work for A H Savage lIe went miilcback taking a tattle that to Mr Sitvngi through Miss Eva Karricfc of Salt Well returned troni near Mt where she hut attended a reunion of her cousin Miss Vivian Perkins We are glad to soe Aunt Gather ine well enough to be ta ken to Mt in a buggy Sat urdny to visit some friends She stood the trip tolerable well being very tired when she got back ciStivorsMr Stiles of near Paris were the guests of C U Reid and wife Sat urday and Sunday and taking a Iusethat they spent the time recounting old times and all were pleased wit b the meeting Olympia Wm Swetnam of Rtjnoldsville is home for a while Juts Swarts is home from the big woods for a short stay D E Swetnam is friends in Co this week Mrs Anna Jackson was calling in Owlngsvillo Wednesday Mr Irvin of is visiting his son Hurry at this place sick list also Frank baby All please to remember Bro Wil hams regular appointment next SundayJ will begin school at Jacksons schoolhouse Monday Wm McGlothinof Johnson Sta tion was the guest of his father the past week Mrs Reuben Copher Sr was theI guest of John Gopher Jrof Salt Lick thu past week James Turley wife and little Lena were the guests of friends here Sunday Miss Ohio Scott of Moores Fer ry was the guest of her sister Mrs Charles Fowler Sunday Willie Shultz who has typhoid fever is some better at present May he improve rapidly Chits Downs returned home Sunday from the Philippine Islands after an absence of two yearsl Elder Joplin nail sister of Mt t Sterling were guests of Alr and Mrs Bishop Thursday and Friday Screen Doors Si 3GRazors30HamburgInsertion 5 Knives aad Forks 92 go- 3pc set Crash 75cyd 1CASH1IV Old IThey forInoteatSWhen goods make prices UeF Saturday pleasant Iauipliell belonged Saturday Sterling birthday Stephens Sterling visiting Fleming Greenup clarkiCoBeagles MvGlosson daughter OntsFineStrwt1ts4220I 4cyd Bra Kendall preached two ler graveyardSunslisy ej IiitIeflCipherJrWaiit Vhito Sulphur i itiiig llievpast weefc TIC ntf ended the interment of 31liI An lia PiImziiciic4u J ya fV Tommy hill ami wife wirt the ClitStiulif the latters mother 3fl1 Mary 1ieuiile the past w vk Bell was in ill health One of Rufe Hates sons p 1rr1through here Wednesday en hnme rum the Philippine luiJkidas though soldiering with him John Penix went tvMcCatiwy tf see hi best girl Sat lira ay Watch out John wo understand her fel Ijints are us tiiimerous as thu leaves b the trees We Iparn one or our jownj men Jude Yarbrough IB to Le nutrncd to opt of our handsome and titlent ed yonng ladies Mis Olga Herman at the home of the loiters undo Joe Crofbie MissEffieSw rJ will attend the wedding which will take puueeaboutjO oclock tuday Sunday We wish to supply an omission in last weeks OIJ mpia cqrrespqhd ence In naming the ladies who had a prominent port jn the fee cream supper we overlooked MM Bishop 5Wvish to sny if it had not been for her able assis nct if should have lacked many qf the things which gotu make up tb success of such gathering W rslgbtMisthe Christian Church CONTINUED ON F1BST PAOB OLD HICKORYA drink that reaches the spot and leaves no headache In the morning The real old Kentucky article For sale by S P AtchIson OwIngHYlIle Ky CHlCHESTERt EUWP- ENNYROIALMLLS rflare A1wi relIibie Ld1s aiJidTke o stber ef dagvs u hlU If or 8eDd ole hi rbraU DnIIIIeCa CHXCE3STU tML OG aiM a4Js ILL PA SMSIU5bS t C O RAILwAY TlXJI TlUINK AT PKKSTOS HTATION- KASTBOUHD No25 V m- o2 JiA pv o21 J8uo pm VESTnpCSD- So lIMa m 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