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Thompson was elected trus fttee SltturdayInthe school dis f r Perry Reid waG elected trustee Iof the Gwingsvillo coloredVchoo tjstrict Saturday S Joe Ddwson sold and Delivered to Ctil U H Ewing ten head of 1000in pound cattle nt Ic i f tl Sewmnv of Hanover Pa li bo at Jf Tmf stable i4 ext dlfJ uie iut an 0 NewVRankin of t bought hi4e about thlry mul l colts at 25 to t35 per head j flee urll3 good and you willbelonc tinme eruoke Stafford A Hnrptr ci lust gars and yfcu will be happy CIII Newman will be nt Denton burg Yf VT tfcJoneR llvrryetablc Monday Oct f i v J4 to Luyruultp of all kinds tIs i Tryntc of the sljuetiron vrimd bq1heaters Most cnnomical heaters itlr QU the market Ihttns KROS Our sink of grates heating nnd i in nnking Ftut1C If cnm 1ett i ntt examine it lluonitu t Co l ie hue IIUII I lr5 IIC let I Hnd town 4VarisBRT1Eu BROTHER l yir AttThe celgliratrd Orient lien h f rFaln at it I feT E LATBIu4- i ciuiier i il111li r l i1hrrIo H t1iiTIir 1tIbbt1 ern tl9 OtItflI1t Ky to tl J e he11 cap1ctith1IrtltaT riUs cheap tT ngstoTesand iJ BuoTiina CuI Coal ViififB and hods fire slinvels near b dpklr in nIUt variety n- ti HvnoS Huts hut lATge line well assorted Ftock of- was winter robes and horse blankets at 5 ELFA T Btnoss i BobtJobnpon ban removed his barber ibp from under the Ow fngsvIHe Banking Co to baseratnt iiinder Owlngs House olHce r bout Oct 1st I wilt tine of jacVetB capes and childrensi 51 j ket Be sure nod etc them i JMnsESTILLr 4 f The firt business tranFaction between U f the new bank j i Salt Lick nrid the banks at Owingsvllle took place Wednttsdny of last week JsFull end complete Une of beat g stoves at the lowest prices ELATByuoN i Brer Rabbit ie doubtless taktnOid js 1ngon adipose tissue at a rapid tate since the frosts and is ready for the darkcyt hogkilling f There was frost on tour succes iJ sive mornings last week beginning of c last Thursday Seme damage was be i done to garden truck in places is i Largest line of grates fancy and plain all elzes at v E L at A T Biaoss JusrOrEEDOtA nice i etnewand stylish dress goods I notions Seo the nrii waists They t rja beauties Wns D S ESTII From everywhere come reports of la large crop of partridges and it is r rumored that there has already t been a good deal ol shooting done v5 at them IjBigstoek of handmade 11son S and uggy harness on hand Re pairing promptly done at 1J ELde AT Byaos XOST Large gray overcoat be tweeh DentonJones stable and J M Bicbarts tobacco warehouse Finder please return to this office and receive reward 4I A full line of underwear corsets I hosiery wraps etc cheaper than 11A1 anywhere in town See for your elfand be convinced MRS ESTILL vl r 4 Look bere I The people that pictures enlarged will save by getting J M Brother furnisbtheframes lOtf IeRe half a dozen dogs last morning about 2 oclock attacked the flock of sheep on richly Ash belonging to the late C W Honaker and killed one J Jobn V Coyle fired into the dogs tippling one andkilling another l a f 1h ft I4 4iL J rc tTLiij L r IYf 0J tt44 4 E i i 1 o it = r LETJS GET rrOGETaERYour business Is to buy right Ours is to sell right We both do right when you purchase ofus When you have money to spend come to a CASH HOUSE Dont go where credit is given to some as there the cash customer pays the same price as the credit ones Our special lines are Boots ShoesClothing Hats Mens Furnishing Goods Etc EtcMain We take pleasure in showing our goods and will f If O fJAlkmi CD Street KysavePERSONAL Ellis and Clay ltyroji were in sIt Sterling SundayIhughes Atkinsonf was in Mt Sterling Saturday on kusinoes Richard Punch of Mt Sterling in town Tuesday on business John Bascom of Sharpsburg in ttwu Thursday on business John Frceland and Mrs Geo Aafwere in Mt Sterling Tuesday n S Estill is again at THE OUTml ollicc after some weekd of ill y C A Peterc of Sharpsburg was town with relatives first of the s JobnS Wyatt of Mt Sterling cacao Monday to attend Circuit of Court ers Guy RatliiT and James Ross were s Sharpiburg and Mt Sterling Sunday I Richard II Conner returned Sntfl d from an outing trip in Ro 4 cIIty Saimiiil atinstoh of Mt Ster ingYL ial eullitt this of his Monday Eider B W Trimble of the Mt was Sterling Advocate was in town of the wlekabXI iss Mary Crockett of Sharps be was a guest of Miss Mary and Lawson last week Mrs Clarence G McAlister hs been Feriotuly ill with stomacli trouble ling the past week fIllElUbrtown Thursday Mrs Perry Knox of west of Ella who Ins been iticksir seven rceks id no lit terfrrMrs James Kvnditl piiseil through trv ffsflt Sldevjew oujiis iV to tltLickuturdnr 4 Jan llarlr of lUilhiir were down Sutiirdij to lisit rtlt luiii UHinI sfcrinn V Will ilnrper hnsreturned home CjitUtuburjj after u tiit to rel IT afixefi in this cutzsty Mirt Lyndu Crooks of I tSterAt ingvisitcd Miss Slar Dawron town last 11CEarl Fell formerly of Salt Lick now of Huntington W Va lu town Sunday Glad to see Bert Danielout gain afterabout R weeksconflne rent with a bilious attack L Rev Marion ti Honaker of Bethany Owen Co arrived Monday titter noon on a visit to relatives Miss Minnie Shmut of Beckner buy Clark Co visited MISS Lillie of Roes Run last week Mrs Claude Paxton of Mt Sterling was a guest of her father W gee Oaugherty one day last week Mr und Mrs W H Bundron of Ml iillsbnro were visitors here Wednesday and Thursday of last week James Boaze who had been upon Mt a visit returned to his home in Ir Bourbpn Co Monday of last week Irs fotie Furls of HilUboro was the guest of Mr end Mrs Clyde Byron Wednesday andThurs duyMrad Mrs Joseph McAlister Mt Sterling came Saturday to with their sun Clarence G who sick Mrs Guy H Ratliffand sister Miss Laura Withers of Sharps burg were in town Friday with friends lDr J W Rutherford and daughter is8 Virginia of Sharp were guests at Dr F P Gudgells Monday Mrs John Thomas nee Fannie Visscbcr of Mt Sterling was a guest at Jno T Kimbroughs one day last week Mrs Osmond F Byron and little Carter Graham will go to join Mr Byron al their Washington City home next Monday- L A Knox hreligned his po sitiou atDN Youngs and with bis wife is taking a twoweeks rest with relatives in the county Mrs D 5 Estill who bad been confined to her home some by sickness is again at her store but is not entirely well yet Mr and Mrs B C Wren of Judy neighborhood were guests of children Tom and Miss Bertie near Knob Lick Saturday and Sunday Mrand Mrs George A Peed returned Sunday from a visit to the formers parents Mr and Wm Peed at Oakland MilleNich olascounty John D Stone of near Carlisle was up the past weekona visit to his son IL L Stone of upper Prick Ash and raid this otuco a social- visit Saturday I f IJohn Scott of Mt Sterling was Alfred Crooks nnd John Peters were at Sharptbirg Friday night A J Gatewood of Mt Sterling was here the past week on business Mrs Ida Elliott and Miss Olga Moore will visit Lexington this weekCapt und Mrs W A McGinety a visit to Mr nnd Mrs Arthur Byron returned home to Fal Tuesday morning George Lathram Jr returned homo to Midway Monday accompanied by his nieco Miss Leona Lathrara for a two weeks visit J Miss Sarah E Barnes of Sharps burg nnd niece Miss Sadie Tsoleini Winchester were in town last Thursday and were pleasant call at this office John A Woodard of near Slier borne went Monday to resume his studies at Ky Wesleyan College at WinchesteryHo ordered THE OUTLOOK sent to him S Morton Harper of Farmers came down Saturday afternoon to visit j parents Mr and Mrs Daniel Harper of upper Prickly Ash and here Monday Mies Marguerite Reeves after a month illness was able to out for the first time Sunday line resumed her position in D S Estilis store Mrs Webbic Chorn of Mt Ster and Mrs Nurinie Kennedyof Pleasant Hill Missouri came Fri to visit Squire and MrR James Hughes of near town Mrs James B ITuphoa and Mien Hticlipp of near town returned Wednesday of lust week a twowo ks visit to Mr nnd Rope Allen at Millersbcrg The visiting Mtornpys nt Circuit Court up to Tuesday nftornonn J II William of Fn ncb ttnnnnm u iis Attorney A Ynanj n1rMorohend Gut J S Hurt Charleit Jfechitt Indue Tiliwis Appprson enry Watson Earl SonlT Prpwitt of Mt Sterling nnrlof Stanton stork airtiehtroonkpy nnd cannon heatinqr stoves complete nt rockbottom prirop E L h AT BTUOH bnfl her The Conference of the ME Church South appointed Rev J on West to the Owinseville Church J R Nelson goes to Owenton yil hp nt Denton Jones stable next Court day Oct 14th to mule colts yearlings broke mules and all kinds of mules CAL NEWMAN a John L Phillips recently mana of the Oneonta Lumber Co of Menifee county director In the Sterling Water Electric Light and Gas Co and interested in the American Broom Bruoh Cpof New York died of typhoid fever at Sterling Ills wife is critical ill with the same disease WENT CnEBTNfTTiNa The following young people from town spent Sunday afternoon at the chestnut woods on Peeled Oak Oscar Brother and Miss Mary Daw son Charley Brother and Miss Sallie C Paris Jack Owings and Miss Lillian Paugherty Eugene Brother and Miss Mary Conner Ford Patterson and Miss Annie Htitdicson Will Arnold and Miss Emily Brother MARHIAQEEMOAGEUENT The en gagement of Miss Alice McElroy Young and Mr T Johnson Clancy both of Louisville is announced The wedding is to take place early in November at the brides home and is to be a quiet affair on account of a recent bereavement in Mr Clancys family Miss Young- is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas J Young and a niece of Mrs J B Goodpastsr of this town She was partially reared in this town and visits bore frequently be ing very popular in society SheI is a beautiful young woman and finelyaccomplished Mr Clancy is said to be a member of a prominent Georgia family csSTOCK SALES Omar Wilson of Boyd Hendrix Co made the following purchases in the Wyoming section sixteen 1200lb feeding- ir cattle of Wm Jackson Itt 4c six fat heifers at 3c one steer at 3Jc and one at Sic of Thos Gray nnd one heifer of Marion Manley at 3c seven hClfers at the Lea tjce sale- at 20 per head of Berry Bros of OgllIat per delivery Squire James B Hughes sold to- Ed Clay and Join W Hughes sev enteen head of feeding cattle averaging 1180 lbst at 4Jc for 1 4Jc for 11 and 4o for 5 7 I Put On Your Hat AND COME AND SEE OUR LINE OF FALL WINTER GOOn We Have a Large Line Of Uptodate Goods CWE BUY THEM R10HTWE CAN SELL THEM RIGHT We will gladly show you our goods and give you our prices if you will come in Dress Goods Silks Kerseys Mellene- ls Flannels DolibleFaced Goods That ReqUire No Lining A FINE LINE OFIFLANELETTES TABLE LINENS OUTING Etc LADIES WRAPS GOATS GAPESc4 Overcoats Suits Macintoshes Rubber Coats kt1rnrrThl GEKTS FURBISHING GODS A SPECIALTY OTTK MOTTO GOOD QI YXilTY LOW PRICES iThiUQRA 4R rCOONS COMPANY BUY WALKOVER JOHNSONMUEPHY SHOES ENTEKTAINED Mis s Mary Dtw entertained a few friends at home west of town Thursday evening of Inst week Her guests this pleasant occasion were Misses Mary Crockett of Sharp SterI k Messrs son and George Dawson CoMMirrFD SUIClDEA young man named Nick Craig said to be son of George Craig and a resident of this county went Into Hoi lsnds saloon in Mt Sterling Monday and called for a glass of hot lemonade He poured something on from a vial into the lemonade and drank it He went from there to Tharps saloon and attempted to repeat the dose but wap prevented He died in a short while from strychnine poisoning- PJEUcEGARISOERCbeater W Pierce and Miss Laura Mabel Gar huger were married Wednesday at- the residence of the brides father F Garringer on Maple street The groom is a young businessman of Ashland and the bride is a most lovely young lady who recently moved to this oityWIn chester DemocratfChester W Pierce is a son of Wm Pierce and formerly resided here He is a nice young m and has many friends hire who willJ rejoice at his matrimonial bappi ness ITo THE VOTERS or BATS Co There is a report being circulated that I am not a resident pf Bath county How the facts are as fol lows My wife took the four chit dren to Wilmore Ky to put them in school She rented two rooms and boards them to make the costless as we were not financially able to board them away from home and deeming it necessary to have a mothers care of the little ones while in school I was born and raised in Bath county have been a teacherln the common schools of Bath county7 since 1876 have held a firstclari certificate since 1879 have obtain i ed two from the State Board itV Frankfort I have a State certifii cute of qualification now andiI county certificate with a genefff average of 90 per cent r havend intention of leaving this count tt My residence is at BatS county Ky My wife and childrjf are away only temporarily w employed to teach at Preston KyJj before I was nominated I am nominee of the tfor Commissioner of Schools for Bath Co GW coml Iiti TL 1 A- i rio A 7 J BECAME DEUAKOED John Fer guson of near Fergusons school derangedlastHe went to Riley Gilkersons and Slit down at the table to eat Sud donly he rose and attacked Mr Gil rsnn with a chair knocking him down and bruising his head considerably Mr Gilkerson arose grappled with him and threw him to the floor choking him into insensi bility He then sent his wife for Resistance and when help came Mr Ferguson was resuscitated He was then taken home and was placed tinder guard He was to be tried a lunacy charge Wednesday Hill a married man aged about 80 years and a son of Sichard Forgu son ENTERTAINED Robert Whaley entertained a number of friends at his home near Bethel Wednesday of last week A most en foyable evening was spent Dane ng was the principal amusement and was indulged In until about one pclock a m Music was furnished by Henry Bell Mr Whaleys guests were Misses Ella Bailiff Blanche BrpwningMarian Ratliff Ella Mof felt Alice Caldwell Virginia Ruth n Bertie Donaldson Bettie Saunders Lulu Sharp May Saun ders Walter Mae Ruthff Laura Withers Margaret Butt Bertie Arrasuiitb Susan Gregory BcuUh Slmnkland Messrs Frank lUll Gay Shrout wIn Cracraft Ashby Donaldson Will Evans Charlie Boude Alan Caldwvll Henry Cro craft Allie Crockett John Peters Dan Doggett Charlie Arrasmith i Will Harper of Catlettsburg Clay Byron and James Ross of Owings rule The party was chaperoned by Mr and Mrs Walter Whnley CIRCUIT COURT Court convened Monday Judge Cooper presiding The grandjury it composed of A R Evans Foreman W S Maze J M SteeleJ M Colliver John Hewitt Japes Riddle Thomas J Barnes T Jackson Alfred Ramey Wm Hart R F Tapp and- S B Hawkins Judge Cooper in bis instructions io the grand jury called their at Mention paiticularly to the game a dJiehJaws The petit jury is composed of W A Floyd Pressly Jones A D- Wells P R Stone G W McKine van Tilfprd Croycraf T J Hen- S41 T Howard Jns T Mc SpencerBoydStVDawean VsiDickcrson W4Wright Henry Wilt R N Cassity J M Cussi FanningMrthingj i rf lfC I l r J I J monwealtb cases were tried up to Tuesday afternoon To TIlE TAXPAYERS OF BATH Co As the time is near at hand fora the election ofa Fiscal Court to manage the finances of our county for the next four years is it not well to look to the past manago ment nnd if it has been poorly or improperly done try to improve it Over three years ago a committee was appointed to as ertain the indebtedness of the county and among other items they reported 11I debt of 1260797 created toII the adoption of tho presentconstit tution To pay this more than 18000 has bern collected from you and we are informed by the County Judge that there still re mains 216597 unpaid Surely this is not good financiering and can be improved upon At anyr rate it would be difficult to make it worse The attention of the Court has been publicly called tot the above facts and no explanation has beert made Our laws require that every county shall have a Treasurer to be chosen by the Fiscal Court and wisely provides that he shall not be member of that Court In ourt county this law has been overlooked or wilfully violated it Was done needs explanationI Your attention has boon called to the reduction of county expenses 1Nowtbis is commendable if done in a proper manner 1 have before me a list of claims allowed to be paid out of the levy of 1899 1 no tice that allowances were wade toI many parties for teams to work the roadd at tho paltry sum of 150 per day and many cut from that price some more than half To take a farmer and his wagon and team from his work and pay him 150 per day may be a saving to the county but it is an outrage on justice even if it is done under form of the law I believe that iebe salary of 1000 paid to the County Judge with extras and perquisites was also cut but the cut healed so quickly that no blood was spilled Another great saving arises fact that the unfortunate poor Ired our county were under housed fed clothed doctored and buried if they died for 1250 per head per year Instead of boasting of this in these days of Christianity and civilization we silld bow our heads in shame Do you want expenses reduced at such a fearful cost to the unfortunate paupers of your equnty With a flourish of trumpets it has been announced that for this year the county hue been reduced True it is 2 1 cents 03 the 100 less than the 11Y Z ItS o i l j T EUGENE MINIHAN JI I MANUPACTUIIER OF FIRSTCLASS HANDMADE I IISADDLES AND HARNESS My saddles are the cheapest for rId the easiest look and wear longer than any saddle made They are made right at and are hand made I also have factory saddles prlceKMY betterIHARNESS THE CHEAPEST for they safest to use wear tho longest and look nice alt tho time Iput on a macliineinnde saddle on my handmade harness them handuiude I will save you money on Mochhictnade Btrrgy Harness Fmrgr p AcMailI am Yours for the best saddles and harness EUGENE MINIBAN OwdiiJ SAM P ATCHISONJ DRUGGIST jlINE WRlOOEK WINES TOBlGOS CIGARS E- TGtD FARISSUCCE- SSOR TO PAXTON DENTON Undertaker f RiroiKirC MASONIC BLDG OWINGSVI L E J L HESS FUNERAl DIRECTOR i COAL COAL X ALL KINDS BEST SCREENED VIRGINIA LUMPatKENTUCKY and CANNEL COAL R S CROSS 6 AMERICAN INYESThUNT COMPANY fIac t tRESERVAMOUNT PAler COUPON HOLDERS 200400 00 Address all correspondence to HOME OFFICE tLEXINGTON KYiGOOD JnCRMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENT i tr oir1ctlwilhou tlTejifarrant of lnw and eollertifnm you last year 71 cents iJsithe 100 more than the constitution allows If we submit quietly tt these things what will thebnrvotbenextyeur after the electionitoerThe of pays taxes onl000 saves thi8ySt g5 cants but last year he cents more on each 1000 thifctliefaw authorized andJ one tuna itwas contemplated to him pay 225 1000 Seo Judae DaugbertyOJ Address to the Jan IIbenefitIn the year 1900 you were illegally and without even the form of law taxed 7t cents on each 100 But this year 1901 when an election Judge is to be held you are 2J cents less than the limit allowed by the constitution Ref erencoto the last issue of bonds not turnpike bonds and to money orrowed for tho county during Edas well as to a session of Court where a part of the Magistrates were not notified and Clerk of the Court not allowed to be present to say nothingabout the mutilation of our county records and the farce of summoning several hundred taxpayers before a- Board of Supervisors organized to drug money from your pockets to swell the sum of an illegal levy made on proprty would make this article too Itn thy If you endorse tha present tJugement oC county affairs mat so sure as night follows day worse will come Our Constitution gives the Fiscal Court unlimited power to levy tax to stamp out diseases such as we had this year This is right and proper but with our experience of paying 18000 in taxes to settle a I claim of 12607 and lucking 2165 of having enough to do it Ire peat What wilt thu harvest be when we are taxed to pay Tar re lieving the county of the small pox i plague of the past summer If the cost of stamping out the disease was say at least 5000 will collected in taxes to pay thebill better financiering is prize ticed than was done on our old debt Remember that the power of theCourt to levy taxes in the above mentioned cue is wholly unlimit and dont forget to remember- t that tho Fiscal Court will be elected before that levy is made and as to their explaining what becomes of the money so collected why they simply donthl1e to eX plain and by gosh sir what are you going to do about It lAW RASCOU WfiLLRGE8 GUDGELL ATTYATUW 7YHave removed my nfllce to the building on Main street and will lie glad to have wy old cintto call 3t i 1 i OF KlNDo ALL 1 they homo ARE I your 3000 8UfTtTIOI I lUSITEDSharpsburg in the county of Bath and district aforesaid a bankrupt Notice Is hereby given that on the day of September 1901 the said T Ware was duly adjudged a bankrupt and that the first meeting his creditors will be held nt my flloe in Mt Sterling Kentucky on the 14th day of October A D 1901 10 oclock In forenoon at which the said creditors may attend elect a trustee and examine the Bankrupt and attend to any other business that may come before said meeting Sept 28th 1901 ATWOOD- Referee Bankruptcy FOE A FALLTocTheres hoth ing equal to good pure whiskey theres no whiskey equal to Old Kentucky article EfiS by leading physicians family use For sale by J W Lane Owingsville Ky Lane fcHa zelrigg Olympian Spring Ky The HOME of New York Insures against Fire Lightning VlndStormsandlornadoes Spelal attention given to Farm Property SIngle Note Cash or Install ment Plan- BYRON BROS Agents OWINGSViLLE KY The Success of Dr Joseph Haas Hog and PoultryiRemedy t3la nt Is a It wilt prevent and arrest choleruand other diseases of the hog It is tho cheapest as it Roes farther ana every dose is effective You can make no mistake with this reliable remedy Prices 25lb cans 1260 half cans 66Q packages 2GO 125 60c See that the dealers name with fucsim lie of Jos Haas slguatur Is on every can and the seal not broken or weSwill not guarantee it genuine Buy the best wben you buy stock food 20ru CENTURY SroCK FOOD is acknowledged by all dealers as the best it goes farther and gives better satisfautin than other it pro vents and arMdsdlscasoiayoureat- tlepntsyourtiorses in fine condition 25 and 50 cts per e and 25lb bags 3J0S20TH CssTaav POULTRY FOOD Is the greatest egg producer on the n arket keeps fowls healthy pre vents cholera roup and diseases Price 23 cts per package For sale by BROTHER GOODPASTER Owingsville Ky t Send forcircularS L t F ii t C il Owingsville Outlook OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO Publishers OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY LOVE IS NOT BLINDitoys li not blind but sees through all Alt Kulce And that Is why we hear from day today Of odd engagements causing much sure prls And ire dlncs pasting strange In every way What can she ne In him the critics ay Lore Is not blind but un through all dls f cTliray At whom Love laughs and ravts them to surmise I nnd In you what all true lovers prize Tou find In me all I was meant to be Love is not blind but Fees through all dls guise And finds the charm compatibility And 10 when comes the day that we arelwed lkWell smile at tho e who think them more wise And live to prove the truth of what were raid Love Is not blind but errs through all dill gulr A P Rex In Good Housekeeping SERVEPtI By Charles M Sheldon Amtfcor orunrBISsnpsUJOB1fEI1fOSI CLASS ZbWARD- f4 BUDatc toopjncat 1M kr CkutM n 5It4sL CHAPTER VI CONTINUED Mr Ward has not been able to get a nurse yet andnndwe hare 4ot tolook around forn girl sudden illness come back and help if yon to said Barbara quietly i LCarls time she had been holding Btrength He clung to her with well have good times in the 1And And will you make me an I gingerbread man like Mr Mor ton sames the one we made before 11ou know Barbara Yes yes little man I will do any I thing for you Well have good times together again t And youll stay always wont you 1 Barbara always I Im going to stay dear Dont talk any more DOW Barbara said gently And Carl seemed satisfied dropping Into a condition of stupor which the I doctor who calledan hour later reo glml d with grave attention While the doctor was attending to Carl and Mrs Ward was anxiously 1j4JuI Standing by him Barbara slipped down into the diningroom and found matters in confusion as she had ex r pected The breakfast dishes were 9 till on the table the kitchen fire had gone out and all the rooms downstairs were in disorder She quickly set to work to restore order end when the doctor had gone and J Mrs Ward had come down Barbara had cleaned up the dishes and tin Idiningroom and had begun to set the kitchen to rights Mrs War stepped out into the and as Barbara watt mov Into the diningroom for some she suddenly threw her arms her and cried You dont IIng what it means to me to have back again We have had three days Carl is a very sick ld I am all worn out She then down andci4sd nerrounVr In the role of comforter lInt she was quick to see how dependent Mrs i Ward had become It was after all as woman to woman that they were related now in their common anxiety 1ti for Carl And Barbara tried to cheer the mother by every word of encour agement she could think of while she busied herself with the necessary de tails of the kitchen work In the afternoon the went ovr to fcer mothers and told her what her 1f was Mrs Clark sadly con Iseated and did not make so strong j J an objection as Barbara had feared So the little trunk was carried again to the old room and Barbara real i ized that her career had received aI new beginning in some sense she 1 hardly knew how One thing site felt i Tery strongly however And that was t that under the stress of need at the Yards she was doing exactly the right thing in going back to her life- elf service there Whatever the days might have for her of opportunity t theVlay within the circle of this one fam fly that needed her- S realized this more and more 4F as the next few days I to her and the family a new sad experience As Carls con grew worse she spent more Iendmore of her time with him Mrs secured a good nurse but Carl in his delirium for Barbara and sat with him many hours of every She was with him when the came which they hadnll come to know was inevitable It willalways be one of the comforting thoughts of T Barbaras life that she won and held the lose of this child Jill that came I to her long after But as this little I life slowly breathed itself out in the early gray of that morning with the weeping father and mother and the two boys as they gathered around the bed she felt a tender sympathy for them all as if she too had been one of the members of the F Carl had insisted to the rery on clinging to his mother and to Each woman held a hand childs soul went out of theS 1last body to God who gave it Morton who had been a fre visitor at the house during the that had come upon it was g by Mr Ward that When the end finally morningS 4 J kneeled down by Mr Wards side and Barbara was conscious that the ministers strong right hand was laid4 in compassion on the bereaved fa 0 thers hand as he prayed for conso lation 0 our Father he cried and his voice brought a relief even in that 4 moment of sharp sorrow to the fam I fly mercifully reveal to us the hap pbaess of the soul Thou hast justs canghtnpiDtoThyboBom We know he is safe IB Thy arms Comfort us with r the comfort which earth does not have tovivetake us also into the embrace ota lore which gave an only begotten Son for a dying and mourn sti lag world The God of comfort bless this household In the name of Christ Amen ti Two days later after the funeral n Mrrice at which Mr Morton vas f present at pastor and friend Mrs j Ward rOb down completely and I t wet to bed leasing the care of aj r OIUl8a the family upon Barbara bore up under the respon 0 1bUlt bravely She was conscious jc 4 ef the fact that she was necessary to the comfort of a home The bonds r L r Jaw Mrvitt retted lightly on her 1 I fjL4 t G f t 4 r41 I 1 c 1S itL 1 1 II tf aT1 ti 1i II r r J1 s 4i1Jt 9 fl r l i fot1J s because she knew she was of use In the kingdom of God The relation between Mrs Ward and Barbara during those days of grief became very close and affectionate Through all the older womans nerv ous and even irritable illness Barbara nursed and attended her with ad mirable patience giving her the best possible care and trying to relieve her of every possible anxiety as to the affairs of the house itself You have been like a daughter tome Barbara Mrs Ward said to her one day three weeks after Curl death I do not know what would have become of us if you had not ome back Barbara was arranging er pillow and as she stooped down over her Mrs Ward put an arm about Barbara5 neck drew her down and kissed her When Barbara raised her head the tears shone on her face Service has been very sweet to me Mrs Yard since I returned I have to believe that I have been seeded You have been a wonderful com i fort to us You are like one of the family since Carls leaving us We shall never forget how he loved you It will always be a very tender memory to me Barbara rrplird and the tears of the two wnnirn flowed together tears that brought comfort to them and at the same time iinKod their sympahy for each other That evening when Mr Ward came up after his supper with Lewis for Alfred had gone back to college Irs Ward said after expressing her thanks that site was recovering strength rapidly Itirhard we owe lIarbara a great deal for nil she 1mI done for us in ussr trouble Isnt there something we can do to show it We certainly fcrl grateful to her Mr Ward said with thoughtful eager nest What do you think we canto Theres that money Auut Wallace left you in trust two years ago to cdu catc Carl when he should be ready to enter college Mrs urdlIire faltered By the terms of the trust the mone can now be used for any beneolenior philanthropic purpose I have heard Barbara mention a plan that might SUcceed if It were wisely carried out She thinks that if a building were put up in Crawford and dedicated to the training of young women for domestic service preparing them for competent cooks and housekeepers that a great deal might be done to elevate the labor of the kitchen and bring intelligent Amer ican girls into it What do you think- I think it is highly probable At any rate anything is preferable to the condition of things we endured before Barbara came Anything is worth trying that will by any possibility tend to help matters ifow much is Aunt Wallaces legacy It amounts to about lOO now That would not go far toward such a building as Barbara probably has in mind Vo but it would be a beginning and I think 1 know where I could get more to go with IL Mrs Ward was growing vrryjniorested and Mr Ward was obl5gc7Tfc cjiution her against excitement so he matter was dropped there limit in a few days Mrs Ward brought it up again in Barbaras prfemc I think something could ie done with a properly equipped bynnp Barbara said in answer to question put by Mrs Ward They the matter several times befre Mrs to her evcMing gathering Mr1 WWG had not yet hinted at any mans for realizing such a project How much do you supposi such a building would cost Mr Ward askednoting Barbaras growing interest O Ive no real idea Almost anyI amount It would cost a ged maintain it also The greatest difficulty would be to secure v proper per son superintendent And then the next thing would be to getthc girls to attend the house keeping school I think we could find plenty of girls Im not so sanguine as you are Bar bara Mrs Ward answered slowly But Mr Ward and I are willing to show our faith in such an attempt by given 2000 towards the erection of such a building She explained to Barbara Aunt Wal laces legacy and added that Mr Ward had offered to put VOO more with it to make it 2000 I think Mrs Vane and some of the other ladies in our church and society will give something so that we can begin with a pretty good building and have enough to equip and run it Sup pose you go over and see Mrs Vane someday this week and have a talk with her about it I willsaid Barbara tingling with eagerness Something real nail tangible eeemed about to come to pass in her career She grew excited as she thought of possibilities A building of the kind she had dreamed of was not by any means an answer to the servant girl problem but it was ut least a real thing and if the idea was properly worked out it might result in grea things So she talked with herself as she sung at her work that afternoon and resolved to go over to Mrs Vanes at once and yet even in the midst of her growing excitement and her genuine interest in her career Barbara was not altogether free from a depression that had its origin in the best feeling hehad ever known This feeling was hr love for the young minister Mr Morton Barbara no longer tried to conceal from herself that he had become a real part of her life The trouble in the Ward household had all tended indirectly to increase her ad miration for him With the tenderest sympathy he had entered into the familys grief It was only natural that in the weeks that followed Carls death Mr Morton should call fre quently at the house where be had become such a familiar guest in col lege days Scarcely a day passed when he did not drop in for a meal or to spend part of an evening In one way and another Barbara met him a good deal lie was always the same earnest gentlemanly kindly speaker and listener Gradually in little moments of conversation when Mrs Yard was not able to come down and Mr Ward and Morton had lin gered over a little talk on social ques tions after tea Barbara had takenan unconscious part in the discussion More than once she had with almost guilty haste gone out of the sitting room after one of those t reealediIin the midst of her workas she finished some kitchen task she reproached her heart for yielding to what seemed like a Hopeless affection But girls life was opening into full blos som under the spell of a power as old as the human race as divine an in UnctlluJjiuus hunger as Itu f L 1 f IT r e inanity ever knew She was tnnro than slimly conscious of all this even in the midst of her selfreproaches- But the consciousness of her post tion as a household servant and of his position as leader in the pulpit of the most influential church in Crawford was sharply painful The gulf be tween them was not very sleep per sonally She was fully as well edu cated along lines of general culture She was almost his tlllIal in mlltteu of knowledge and perception It was the social distinction that separated them And as the days went by and she felt more and snore the mental stimulus of his presence ascii the at tractiveness of his manner towards her she shrunk from time thought of the suffering in the future which she was making for herself in even allow ing his life to become a part of hers All this was in her mind as she went over to see Mrs Vane that afternoon The new plan proposed by Mrs Ward and the gift of time money to make it iractical appealed to her ambition and she resolutely set herself to eat sfy herself with the working smut cf her ambitions for social service saying to her tlf not bitterly hut sadly Barbara Clark there is no place forI live in the lif you have chosen Am bit ion is all you have any right to Ah Barium Is that as far as you han gone in the school of lift There is noticing that tall lake loves place For there is nothing greater in the kingdom of Ct Amliltion may keep you busy It ran never till the place in your heart that Unit made to be tilled JShc found Mrs Vane as nearly dis IlIrhedas she lead ever seen her Gen erally the old lady was the personifi t11 ion of peace What do you think was her greeting to Barbara tin moment she eimtered the house Hilda has gone and got married To a worthless young fellow after two months ac quaintance The first I knew of it was this morning It seems he persuaded her to marry him about n well ago Tiday she says she must leave me to go and live with him dont blame her for that but neither of them is tit to he married Hilda has no more idea of what it means to snake home than Just then the bell rang and Mrs Vane went to the door Barbara heard her talking earnestly to someone in the hull and the next moment sue came in followed byttr Morton Miss Clark Mr Morton said the old ladysvlio seemed to enjoy Bar baras sudden coloring Mr Morton thought he wasinterrupting sortie pri sate conference if he came in I dont know what you want my dear but I know Mr Morton is interested in your plans and he may be able to help in some way Yes replied Mr Morton with a hesitation that Barbara had never no ticed before in him 1 am tidily io tercsted in the problem Miss Clark is trying to work out I dont know that I am competent to give advice in tlje matter There are some subjects that even a preacher just out of the sem inary does not dare to face I thiqt the servant problem is one of theta I came in this afternoon Mrs Vane ty see if you could help me in the netr socialsettlement work we are plan ning for Marble Square church You want money out of me young man I see it in your face Mrs Yano gave him one of her sharpest looks Go on now Its shameful for a finelooking young fellow like you to come here and wheedle a poor old woman like me out of her hardearned savings for your social experiments ie after toC1l S tic S1lITmV usntoward Barbara Yes replied Barbara laughing with Mr Morton at Mrs Vanes prS tended anger 1 have no social sets tlements to beg for but I want yom to help me put up a building foItraining servants Mrs Vane looked front Barbara to Mr Morton nnd rubbed her nose wig orously 1 believe you arranged this on slaught together You conspired to combine your good looks nail your blarney to rob me of necessities for old age Indeed we did not Mrs Yanere plied Morton with a seriousness that Barbara thought unnecessary know ing Mrs Vanes manner as she OJd I know nothing of Miss Clarks plan She came in first and if she gets all your money for her work 1 wont complainGet yoH can my dear said Mrs Vane grimly turning to Bar bara who with real enthusiasm told the story of Mrs Wards proposed gift arid the possibilities of such a building if rightly managed Mrs Vane listened quietly until Barbara through and then said Ill she UQO- OOTententhou Barbara began trembling I might as well go youve got it all Miss Clark said Morton rising with mock gravity SIt down sir said Mrs Vane while the sharp eyes twinkled at Bar baras confusion I said 10000 I dont think its enough Ill make it more after the building is up You will need cooks and teachers and loti of help in every way The thing will have to be endowed like a college I see great possibilities In it But I have never believed in scattering effort What is the reason this build ing for the training of competent servants cannot be a part of the social settlement connected with the Marble Square church It is right in line with the rest of the things you propose isnt it Mr Morton To Be Continued The Appeal to Experience Some of the inmates of a Yorl shire asylum were engaged in sawing wood and an attendant thought that one old fellow who appeared to b working ashard as anybody hud not much to show for his labor Approaching him the attendant soon discovered the cause of this 1IpIand was working away with the back of the tool Here I say J remarked attendant what are you doing YouH never cut the wood in that fashion Turn the saw overt The old man paused and stared con temptnously at the attendant Did ta iver try a saw this way he asked Well noreplirdthe attendant Of course I havent Then hod thy noise mon was thi instant KJoiner Ive tried hott ways I her and Impressively tparcMoments Editorial Polltenei What nice things you said about that man In his obituary notice- Dont suppose youd say such nice things of me t said Ute citizen Oh yes I would with pleasure replied the polite newspaper waD Yonkers Statesman f J L RELIGION 1 EXALTED j Dr IItheDlniiir r oil the Latter Comparison cf KrllKlon nnil the IIcnmtIfutth Crjutnl Power of ticconprl t Copyright 1001 by LqulsJClopsch N ttThe charm of an exalted religion is I by Dr Tulmage in this discourse il e lustratcd and commended text Job L817 The crystal cannot equal it Ian of time precious stones of the a Bible have cosmic to prompt recognition But for the present 1 take up the less Imvalemabiccompares saving wisdom with a speci men of topaz An infidel chemist or mineralogist would pronounce the lat tcr worth more than time former but lob makes an intelligent comnhmarisOna looks at religion and time crystal and imroisourmces the former as of far snperor value to the Tatter i exclaiming In the words of my text c The crystal cannot equal it Now it is not a part of my sermonic design to depreciate the crystall whether it be found in or llarz mountain or Mamimjtb cave or tinkling among the pendants of time chandeliers of a palace The crystal is the star of the mountain it is time queen of the cave it is the eardrop of the hills it finds its heaven in the dia mond Among all the pages of natural history there is no page more interesting to me than the sage crystall lographic nut 1 want to that Job was right when taking re ligion in one hand and the crystal in the other he declared that time former is of far more value anti beauty than the latter recommending it to all the people and to all ages declaring The crystal cannot equal it In the first place 1 remark that re ligion is superior to the crystal in ex actness That shapeless mass of crys tal against which you accidentally dashed your foot IB laid out with more exactness than any earthly city There are six styles of crystallization and all of them divinely ordained Kvery crystal has mathematical precision Gods geometry reaches through it and it is a square or it is a rectangle or its a rhomboid or iu some way it has a mathematical figure Xow religion beats that in the simple fact that spiritual accuracy is more beautiful than material accuracy Gods attributes are exact Gods law exact Gods decrees exact Gods man agement of the world exact Never counting wrong though he counts the grass blades and the stars and theI sands and the cycles ills Providence never dealing with us perpendicularly when those providences ought to be oblique nor laterly when they ought to be vertical Everything in our life arranged without any possibility of mistake Each life a sixheaded prism Born at the right time dying at the right time There are no happen sos in our theology If I thought this was a slipshod universe I would be in de spair God is not an anarchist Law order symmetry precision a perfect square a perfect rectangle a perfect rhomboid a perfect circle The edge of Gods robe never frays out There are no loose screws in the worlds ma chinery It did not just happen that Napoleon was attacked with indiges tion at Borodino so that he became in competent for time day It did not just happen that John Thomas the mission nctiti4itnsionary tour received that outfit and those orders in a box that floated ashore while the ship and the crew that carried the box were never heard proideneebe seen in all our life more beautifully than in crystallography Job was right The crystal cannot equal it Again I remark that religion is supe transparcneyWewas first discovered Beads of it have been found in the tomb of Alexander upfromwere female adornments made out of It 3000 years agothose adornments found now attached to the mummies of Egypt A great many commen tators believe that my text means glass What would we do without the crystal The crystal in the window to keep out the storm and let in the day defendingitsto see the hour the crystal of the tel escope by which the astronomer brings distant worlds so near he can in spect them Oh the triumphs of tbV crystals in the celebrated windows o Itouen and Salisbury But there nothing so transparent in a crystal as in our holy religion It is a trans parent region You put it to your eye and you see manhis sin his soul his destiny You look at God and you see something of the grandeur of His character It is a transparent reli gion Infidels tell us it is opaque Do opaqueItnatural man receiveth not the things of God because they are spiritually dis concerned There is no trouble with the crystal The trouble is with the eyes which try to look through it We pray for vision Lord that o eyes might be opened When the eye salve cures our blindness then we find that religion is transparent It iSa transparent Bible All the mountains of the Bible come outSi nai the mountain of the law Pisgah the mountain of prospect Olivet the mountain of instruction Calvary the mountain of sacrifice All the rivers of the Bible come outIlidekel of the river of paradisaical beauty Jordan or the river of holy chrftm Cherith or the river of prophetic supply Nile or the river of palaces and the pure river of life from under the throne clear as crystal While reading this Bible after our eyes have been touched by grace we find it all transparent and the earth rocks now with crucifixion agony and now with judgment terror and Christ appears in some of Ills 256 titles as far as I cancount themthe Bread the Rock the Captain the Commander the Conqueror time Star and on and beyond any capacity of mine to rehearse Transparent religion The providence that seemed dark before becomes pellucid Now you find God is not trying to put you clown Now you understand vhjt joii lost that child and why you lost your property It was to prepare you for eternal treasures And why sickness came it being the precursor of im mortal juveneseence And nviunderstand wh u I and tried to drivel u luher flfl thither It5vffO limit you In th glorious company of such men as Ig natlusbp he went out tO bt destroyed by the lions said1oa the wheat and the teeth of the wilJ beasts must first grind me bef41c- an r become pure bread for MChrist Or the companyIa8 that 11eie t Hj i y i uen standing In time midst of amphitheater waiting for tIme to come out of their cave and roy him and the people in time series jeering and shouting The js replied Let them come on l then stooping down toward the c where the wild beasts were roar I ing to get out again cried Let t onic on Ah yes it is perse ult to put you in glorious com J paij and while there are many that you will have to postpone o the future world for explanation tell you that it is the whole tend ncy of your religion to unravel and explain and interpret ansi illumine l and irradiate Job was right It is glorious transparency The crys tal cannot equal it I remark again that religion sur asses the crystal in its beauty The ump of crystal is put under the mag l1ifJin glass of the crystallographer and he sees in it indescribable ex quisitcness snowdrift anti splinters f hoar frost and corals anti wreaths isd stars nail crowns and constellations of conspicuous beauty The facts that crystal is so beautiful that an think of but one timing in nil the universe that is as beautiful andI that is time religion of the Bible Xo wonder this Bible represents that re ligion as tlw daybreak as time apple blossoms as time glitter of a kings baniiict It is the joy of the whole earth People talk too much about tbcirI cross and not enough about their crowns lo you know that the UibTe mentions a cross but 27 times while it mentions a crown SO times AskI hat old man what he thinks of re igion He has been a close observer He has been cultivating an esthetic taste He has seen the sunrises of half a century He has been an early riser lie has been an admirer of ratneos sueT corals and all kinds ol beautiful things Ask hums what lie thinks of religion and he will tell you It is the most beautiful thing I ever saw The crystal cannot equal Beautiful in its symmetry When ii presents Gods character it does not present Him as having love like a great protuberance on one side of His nature but makes that love in harmony with His justicea love that will accept nil those who come to ItEm and a justice that will by no means clear the guilty Beautiful religion in the sentiment it implants Beautiful religion in the hope it kindles Beautful religion in time fact that it proposes to garland and enthrone and emparadise an immortal spirit Solomon says it is a lily Paul says it is a crown The Apocalypse says it is a fountain kissed by the sun Ezekiel says it isa foliaged cedar Christ says it is a bridegroom come to fetch home a bride While Job in the text takes up a whole vas e of precious stonesthe topaz and the sapphire and the chrysoprasus he holds out of this beautiful vase just one crystal and holds it up until it gleams in the warm light of the eastern sky and he exclaims The crystal cannot equal it Oh it is not a stale religion it is not a stupid religion it is not a toothles hag as some seem to have represented it it is not a Meg Jlerrilies with suns eled arm come to scare the world it is time fairest daughter of God heiress of all Ills wealth her cheek the morn- Ing sky her voice the music of the south wind her step the dance of the sea Come and woo her The Spirit and the Bride say come and whosoever will let him come Do you agree with Solomon and say it is a lily Then pluclcit and wear it over your heart lnyou agyce with Paul antI It Is a crown uueu iei tnlrlroiiiTii7iui rr coronation Do you agree with tim Apocalypse and say it is a springing fountain Then come and slake tile thirst of your soul Do you believe with Ezekiel and say it is a foliaged cedar Then come under its shadow Do you believe with Christ and say it it a bridegroom come to fetch home a bride Then strike hands with your Lord and King while I pronounce yo everlastinglyone Orif 3011 think with Job that it is a jewel then put it on your hand like a ring on your neck like a bead on your forehead like a star while looking into the mirror of Gods word you acknowledge The crystal cannot equal it Again religion is superior to the crystal jin its transformations The diamond is onla crystallization Carbonate of lime rises till it becomes cal cite or aragoiiite Red oxide of copper crystallizes into cubes and octahed rons Those crystals which adorn our persons and our homes and our museums have only been resurrected from lustrousscientistsing these wonderful transformations But I tellouin the Gospel of the Son transIreason 0 sin black as coal and hard as iron Gqd by His comforting grace stoops arid says They shall be mine in the day when I make up my jewels haUsay you Will God wear jewelry If He wanted it He could make the stars of the heaven His fOrthenot want that adornment He will not have that jewelry When God andIIgs lout of the depths and dark crystallizationson and He wears them in the presence of time whole universe He wears them on the hand that was nailed i over the heart that was pierced on the temples that were stung They shall be mine saith the Lord in jewelsWonderful e sin abounded grace shall much more abound The carbon becomes the sol itaire The crystal cannot equal itNow I have no liking for those people who are always enlarging in enrlydlsnipatlonticulars my brother Simply say you were sick but make no display of your ulcers The chief stock in trade of some ministers nnd Chris tian workers seems to be their early crimes and dissipations The num her of pockets you picked and the number of chickens you stole make very poor prayer meeting rhetoric Besides that it discourages other Christian people who never got drunk plensnbttothest down have been brought high est up Out of infernal serfdom into eternal liberty Out of darkness into light From coal lothe solitaire The crystal cannot equal It But my friends the chief transforming power of the Gospel will not be seen in this world and not until Heaven breaks upon the soul When that light falls upon the soul then you will see the crystals What a magnificent setting for these jewels peopleIsxar from attractive to me It r almost a vulgar Heaven as they ofcqft dC deafening racket John represents leaven as exquisitely beautiful Three crystals In one place he says Her light was like a precious stone clear as crystal In another place ic says I saw a pure river from under the throne clear as crystal n another place he says Before he throne there was a sea of glass clear us crystal Three crystals ohn says crystal atmosphere That means health Balm of eternal June What weather after the worlds east wind No rack of stormclouds One breath of that air will cure the worst tubercle Crystal light on all the eaves Crystal light shimmering on the topaz of the temples Crystal ight tossing in the plumes of the equestrians of Heaven on white horses But the crystal cannot equal it John says crystal river That means joy Deep anti ever roiling Not one drop of the Potomac or the Hudson or time Illilne to soil it Xot one tear of human sorrow to embitter it Crystal the rain out of which it was made Crystal the bed over which it shall roll and ripple Crystal its infinite surface But the crystal cannot equal it John says crystal sea That means multi tudinously vast Vast in rapture Rapture vast as the sea deep as the sea strong as the sea ever changing- as the sea Ulillows of light Billows of beauty blue with skies that were never clouded and green with depths that were never fathomed Arctics anti antarctics and Mediterraneans and Atlantic and Pacifies in crystalline magniliccncf Three crystals Crystal light falling on a crystal river Crystal river rolling into a crystal sen But the crystal cannot equal it Oh says souse one putting his handover his eyes can it be that I who have been in so munch sin and trouble will ever come to those crys tals Yes it amity beit will be Heaven we must have whatever we have or have not and we come here to get it How much must I pay for it you say You will pay for it just much as time coal pays to become diamond In other words nothing The same Almighty power that makes the crystal in the mountain will change your heart which is harder than stone for the promise is I will take away your stony heart and I will give you a heart of flesh Oh says some one it is just the doctrine I want God is to do every thing and I am to do nothing My brother it is not the doctrine you want The coal makes no resistance It hears the resurrection voice in the mountain and it comes to crystalliza tion but your heart resists The trouble with you my brother is the coal wants to stay coal I do not ask you to throw open the door and let Christ in I only ask that you stop bolting and barring My friends we will have to get rid of our sins I will have to get rid of my sins and you will have to get rid of your sins What will we do with our sins among the three crystals The cry tal atmosphere would display our pol lution The crystal river would be be fouled with our touch Transforma tion must take place now or no trans formation at all Give sin full chance in your heart and the transformation will be downward instead of upward Instead of crystal it will be a cinder In the days of Carthage a Christian girl was condemned to die for her faith and a boat was bedaubed with tar and pitch and filled with combustibles and set on fire and the Christian girl was placed in the boat and the wind was off the shore and the boat floated away with its precious treasure No one caff uiWDnhaf bond landed at thee shore of Heaven Sin wants to put you in a fiery boat and shove you off in an opposite direction oft from peace off from God off from Heaven ever lastingly off and the port toward which you would sail would be a port of darkness and the guns that would greet you would be the guns of despair and the flags that would wave at your arrival would be the black flags of death Oh my brother you must either kill sin or sin will kill you It is no exaggeration when I say that any man or woman that wants to be saved may be saved Tremendous choice A thousand people are choosing this moment between salvation and destruc tion between light and darkness be tween charred ruin and glorious crys tallization ORGANS DISPLACE BAGPIPES Glfl of Andrew Carnegie to Scotch Churches Threaten Popularity1 of Ancient Instruments Home from Scotland after spending the summer as the guest of Andrew Carnegie at Skibo castle Her Donald Sage Mackay pastor of the Fifth Avenue Collegiate church in an Interview told of the development of Mr Carnegies philanthropic plans of his intention to return to the United States in November and of Mrs Car negies cooperation with her husband in dispensing the great Carnegie for tune Mr Mackay said Mr Carnegie is a very busy man His latest benefaction was to provide the churches of Scotland with organs Thus far his secretary told me orders have been given for 350 instruments ranging in value from 1300 to 3500 each so that nearly 1000000 must have been expended in this way Mr Carnegie is fond of music and although his munificence threatens the popularity of the bagpipe I believe the organs will do much to soften the austerity of the Scotch service Mrs Carnegie has entered heart and soul into her husbands plans Mr and Mrs Carnegie and their daughter Margaret will return to New York on the steamship St Louis early in November Their New York home will not be ready for occupancy by that time but they have decided to come anyway and there will be no change in their plans It Was Their Habit When the duke of Wellington first went to the court of Louis XVIII the French marshals whom he had defeated turned their backs upon him The king apologized for their majIgot Into the habit and they cant get out of ItLeslies Weekly So lie Must JoakleyIts surprising that so many successful farmers should be duped by confidence men Hoakley O I dont know Farm ing isnt calculated to snake one shrewdJoakleyAnd yet to be a successfu1 farmer one must be sharp as a raiser Philadelphia Press The Tactful Jeweler A woman who had just passed her fiftieth birthday took n ring to a jew eler to be repaired the other day Please be careful of itshe said I am very fond of that ring I got it when was a girl Oh said the jeweler apybodj can see its an antique Y Timeij ad tf TWO TRAINS COLLIDED Pour Men Killed and Another In jured Near Onward mdcit One Knutn neareA In the Air Turned Clear Around and CamesDown on Her Side In the Ditch is Logansport Ind Oct 7 Four Pan- Handle trainmen met an awful death near Onward H miles southeast of here Sunday morning in a rearend collision of freight trains the bod lex of three being taken out badly mutilated and the fourth being al most entirely consumed before the wreck crew could suibdue time flames sufficiently to permit work in that t fiTheductor Thomas II Brosius flagman a S A Galbreath brakeman John Hutchison fireman The injured Frank Patterson engineer During the night Conductor Weaver in charge of the second section of Train No 70 on engine and two ca booses left Hartford City for Logan lort In the rear caboose were Gal breath Brosius and Greeley who hail been working on the gravel train at Hartford City and who were en route to this city 1o spend Sunday with their were all asleep when the train topped near Onward to make up steam The flagman was sent out to watch for time third section from the east and no danger was thought of until the train loomed up too close for any to escape except Weaver who jumped arid got off uninjured The third section with Engineer Frank Patterson at the throttle lust attained high speed and when i t struck time rear caboose time engine reared in the air turned clear around antI came down on her side in the ditch mashing a number of cars into kindling wood anti burying in the debris the sleeping trainmen am Hutchinson the fireman for Patter son The wreckage promptly caught fire and the flame kept nt bay the unin jused trainmen and the men 0 gathered from nearby farm houses A special train conveyed a part of time Logansport fire department to the scene Time fire was extinguished and thee work of removing time bodies be gun The remains of Galbreath Hutchinson mend Greeley stare found but the body oJ Brosius was al most entire consumed only pieces of burned flesh end bones being recov ered Six cars were burned from the third section which with the two cabooses and the ruined engine make the loss large STUDENT DISCIPLINED Gee F Storkwell of Debit College Ronghlr Handled Br Members or the Preparatory Class Beloit Wis Oct 7 George F Stockwell a student in time prepara tory department of Beloit college was enticed from iris room at the house of President Eaton at nn early hour Sunday morning by members ot the middled preparatory class He was overpowered divested of every article of clothing and compelled to walk ahead of n score of howling students aided by the application of switches In tIme hands of his tormentors His clothing was fastened to the top of of a flagpole and after lie hail be n sufficiently disciplined he was al revengeThe n number of class fights this year in which the worst punishment hereto fore inflicted was compelling stu igbeenELEVATED TRACKS The Pennsylvania Jt Port YTajne Hallway Joined Over the New Structure at PlttsbnrK Pittsburg Pat 7Time Penn sylvania t Fort Wayne tracks isci joined Sunday over the new elevated structure on the Libertyret side of the new Union Station At 11 oclock traffic was suspended over 1000 men were put to work and 730 Train No 15 the Chicago express passed over the new elevated tracks Several trains in time meantime were sent through the PanHandle tunnel and back to the Fort Wayne by the Ohio connecting bridge The work Sunday is considered one of the most expeditious and stu pendous feats of its kind performed in recent years Took Morphine WyaTurnerinstructor in the carding mend spinning branches of the textile department of the Georgia School of Technology Iytakingdrug Turner telephoned one of his Mends that he was about to end his life limit help arrived too late New Trsty With England Washington Oct 7The United States and meat Britain have reach ed an agreement concerning the Jsth tulsa canal question and the new treaty will be presented to the sen ate for its ratification early in the coming session It abrogates the old ClaytonBulwer treaty MUionrl Ilorsea Afflicted St Joseph Mo Oct 7 Thousands of horses in northern Missouri are afflicted with a disease similar to glanders and deaths among them are numerous Fred Gebnard Suva for Divorce Sioux Falls S D Oct 7Fred Gel hard of New York city who took up his residence in Sioux Falls last April has flied lit the state circuit court here a suit for an absolute di vorcebn the ground of desertion The defendant before marriage was Visa Louise Morris of Baltimore Sir Thomas 1ndannted New York Oct 7Sir Thomas Lip ton Sunday said You may say for me that if the Americas cup is to leave this country I determine to have it Fell From a Third Story St Louis Oct 7iVhile in a play ful scuffle Mr anti Mrs Charles lids ing fell train a third story porch of their residence Sunday anti both were probably fatally injured A wooden railing which girds the porch broke precipitating them to the ground 40 feet below Lieut Crockett Deed Washington Oct 7TIme war de partment received a cablegram an nouncing that Second heist Allen T Crockett was killed near Camlelaria Luzon September 3J j GETTING BIOGRAPH SCENES Speedr Manner In Which a Big Fire Is Photographed for MOT InK Pictures t Brrrnngl Brrrringl a quick connection with the desk phone of the city manager and in another moment is known at biograph headquarters that a fierce fire and a series of explo have devastated a downtowi business block and that the loss of lit estimated at 300 i The camera operator and his assist ants receive word there is a scamper for fire badges and two minutes later the biograpb outfit which takes 2000 pictures a minute is handed into the emergency wagon which has bten waiting all day for just such a callrThe city manager arrives on the scene to arrange with fire chiefs anti police sergeants for a favorable posi ion for the picturetaking apparatus The camera is set up on its tripod tho lm boxes attached the lens focused nd the operator begins to turn the crank Three minutes five minutes the shutter snaps and every move mentof theexcitingccene is faithfully recorded The film which may be from 160 to 300 feet in length is then carried to the biograph factory where it is de veloped in its entirety on reels that carry it through developing solutions dried by power fans and a positive ia printed from it by electric light JThe process takes from two to fouc hours That night the catastrophe of the aft ternoon says a writer in Everybodys Magazine projected on a screen seems almost as real to the theatergoer as the actualoccurrence was to those who witnessed it FORM A HUMAN NET That la the Way South Sea Isigadera Go About Catching Fish The natives of Tutnila one ol the islands of Oceanica have a peculiar method of catching fish At a given signal all the inhabitants ot the vii lage assemble on the seashore to the number of about 200 persons each one carrying a branch ot the cocoa palm With these in their hands they plunge Into the water and swim a certain dis tance from the shore when they turn forming a compact semicircle each one holding his palm perpendicular in 4tierkilled with sticks The fish are then cooked over hot coals and served with bananas and co coanut milk The scene is most picturesque and Interesting the effect being height ened by the appearance of the na tires who usually have their hair pow dered white the warriors in the tribe basing theirs powdered red Not That Kind These hirelings of capital ma inter rapt me growled the shaggyhaired ora tor but they cant make me stop If they had their way HIT fellow citizens they would silence me with giant powder Not at all sir replied one lag minions of They would use insect powder on youDetroit Free Press Could Not Escape Isaacs Myers says dot bankruptcy gon fronts hint runce more Cohen It him Vv it could not keep oud ot his vayBrookiyn Life tm Impressive Fact In to a question a Brook lyn schoolteacher a little girl said Glad was the man who chewed etch mouth fu1ofidZ3timsNYWOridThen it ij a that he baa his rival Glone MILWAUKEE PEOPIE Could Hardly Believe It A ProininentWbraan SayedFro m Death by Lydia E Plakhaias Vegetable Compound pposelargeof a remarkable cure will hardly believe myselfLknowthatlshouldnot MBS SADIE E SOCHI I suffered for months with Itroubles peculiar to women which T gradually broke down my health and very life I was nearly insane with pain at times and no human skill 1 consulted in Milwaukee could bring me relief 3Myattentlon isas calledtoLydla E Pinkhams Vegetable Corn pound the first bottle brought re lief and the second bottle an absolute cure I could not believe it myself and felt sure it was only temporary but blessed fact I have now been well for a year enjoy the best pt health and cannot in words express my gnat itude Sincerely yours SADCE E Koar 124 10th St Milwaukee Wisoooforfttt If above testimonial b sot gaaliM Such unquestionable testimony the power of Lydia hams Vegetable Compound over diseases of women Women should remember that they are privileged to consult Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass about their illness entirely free QJEHYMNSO- FPRESIDENT McKINLEY Nearer My Lend Kindly Ugtit Etc ABSOLUTLY Eg MUSICWriteCHICAGO3aWU skAT CnlffiCj MUSIC frt NEW YORK FUtaAre rrinv TDf7 bestir TestT7 TEAM LsuuKureylt3Jp OPIUM WHSKY and other drcf habits cured we wnt ih Jwont case Rook and references TREE Brt B M WOOiaEV Baa Atlaata tta on ajt dlttbOltr sad Widowhood PI aewive1 or snf C 8 Mrrice LAWS FBB3S 11iiJMji l 1 r Ai Wo G INTERESTING STATE NEWS 0ItI 1A NEW OFFER 4 Thou AV Lawson Will Race Ilornlmi Agnhit Lord Derby Fur flOOOO ior 30 HH a Side WItary of the Kentucky Trot i kingaI4oeniiou that he was very t J hnxious to start Bornlma against Ixinl Derby here authorizing him to in k pitouse his bet endeavors to secure the irmatch It is said by friends of Law he is Milling to increase thetanount to 50000 a side Each of flnxvsonof superiority decided Wilson WedI jvewlay night wired the new challenge to Hamlin at Ituffalo lIamIlucky Trotting Horse Breeders nsso ciiUion that he jwsltively would nottrt nurept fxiwsons amendetl offer of 000 for the match race between Lordt Derby RnIl loralma It in1l off I TEN MILE MARCH i t Seldlrrw at Fort Tliomnn Hello pgraphed Kroni C lil prlnir tberoer at the Port rj 1 I Coldspring KyOet 4A tenmile march through Colilspriiif is made ti daily hy the Roltliers of Vt Thomas 2 Thirwlhy the hospital corps marched 10 Cohlnprlnp and took n position in the play ground of the Coldsprinp ficmina from which they signaled 3 heliograph to the large iva 4 ter tower nt Ft Thomas The lib als could be readily read Bt Ft Thomas and by the men at Coldspring also The flashes could Ixj Keen for many miles Corporal Dale who was in charge of the corps at Cold prinfr t delivered an interesting talk to the pupils of the Cold pring seminary 4 upon the life of a soldier and the hardships and battles engaged in dur III ing the SpanishAmerican war i I iSTARDLY DEED rizle Wa Uaed toDrtro n cktna IIoneTyo Per- f 714 0 IJft lIenllerson Ky Oct 5About- I oclock Friday morning the residence of Ben Cabell on Short Hollowny I street was dynamited and the whole end blown out The fuse was placed i lietIf log sustaining severe injuries tS i The police think a mistake in the t perpetratorsrrI i O1ll a union miner who has spent a good deal of time recently nt Mad ifonville and Darlington and prom meat in miners councils is thought 9j to be the man who the dynamiters Iintended blowing up The explosion shook the whole town WHISKY VALUATION C The State Board of Valuation and g Mneaaiaent Fixed It at f10 Per i Barrel For Taxation III i Frankfort Ky Oct 4The state 1 board of valuation and assessment I J fixed the value of whisky for taxation atf 10 per barrel In 1889 the value Wall 1 per barrel and in 1900 8 Hie increase was decided upon by a vote of two against one the one mess i 4 her voting to iixit at 8 as last year BI The distillers will likely urge n re t consideration The board set October 23 as tbed to hear argument from ZR the Debenture and investments corn ft fi nie as to paying a franchise tax ofroC 2 Girl Armted AlonlE With m Crook t ivV Barlington Ky Oct 7 Franklin 2 J Taylor formerly of Louisville a no J 1oriouK allround crook diamond thief and safe Mover was arrested there Sunday with two companions I j one of whom is n beautiful young TaSoman in mans attire and they are t now in custody awaiting identifies r tion on suspicion of being the people jewelryprobbery a few days ago k r VakBwm Xan Killed 1 n 3Ince jnriB Ky Oct1Tlle body of- F f Jan unknown man was found near thet I Otracb here lie bad eidtntJy L4jflhit by a train Theiinitials Jt nare tnttoed on his left forearm J To a citizen vrho had met him before- he was killed he said that he had a ik t brother fn Cincinnati A copy of the ri ornquIrer of Septeniber 30 was found s in the wahii pocket J flied at tkraof 00 t J ralucab Ky Oct 4T J dof- I county 96 years old arid the oftJ tlthis city dead was oldest re resident of west Kentucky and leaves i f reaay children Election Ordered tr PFrankfort Ky Oct 5Gov Beck 1tatn issued a proclamation declaring h facnnc3er and ordering an election in i the Seventh Fifteenth and Eighteenth r1U 11E icircuit court districts to elect suc c eeeaors 4b FTL Goodright deceased 4iJW Green deceased and J H Tins P reslcned1ey 4 i Tokaa Oa e of Laudnu- I pwenfiboro Ky Oct 7 Chas1 4 jjf r radyaged 60 lied here at 930 Sun1 4 44z iiZ iMy morning as the result of taktng Hie an ounce of laudunum with suicidal fl IRti 0etor BIt a Patients House C i j J Louisville Kj Oct ZDr Alfred id J Cr Lemberger died suddenly at his ofI So ti Ice He had been awakened to attend 4 i r a patient and while at the lattera S i r house VTIS seized with inch severe Jf iinsintlJe region of the heart that rN iVJ he died in a Jew minutes Sew KeatMekr Poatnaatera l Washington Oct S Foiirthclass tni 1IJ i postmasters were appointed In Ken tuckyalfollow5BanBerFJoyd Tj i eo nt Annie Hall The Glades Laur t l i 1 el county Lucy Bux Vada Letcber i 4 county Henderson Bowling 1iI j + Iiet 2L900 WeUc- l s Lex llrtoBOct 5The brown wean1thg by StSimoDdamLady iolI reel for which August Belmont paid Oat the Daly sale In New York 61arrJn by express here Friday night In good condition and will be taken 1 r to the Nnraerystud farm Saturday a Kentucky Ineorporjitlona r 5 r 14 jFrankfort Ky Oct 3 Articles of 7 Ja incorporation were filed Friday by 1 tile Home Mutual OH Co of Somerset capital stock COOVand the Beaver Creek Oil Co of Hustonville capital 4jCk 53000 d s TI r Jj ilirt 1 5 j t l iqf2ul r to t r g 0 w r tr pT1 TTiJ1I t r t t f t 2ir r fJ i T + rc iot ot1f o IIo 6litJtJtt F J 9 jl LEXINGTON TROTTING MEET The Stuck rrlvnln For the Invent Kflli r Tliour iif Any Irc- ilitu Time Lexington Ky Oct iThe stock arrivals for the rotting nirit Sunday eclipsed those of any jircvious time lTerv rain brought in from one to three tars and stable room is tit a rrnmiiiont horsemen arc in largo numbers nnd the hotels arc rapidly filling Thc track was the iseiMie of intense activity Sun la the arrivals being gotten in layThemd will have about seven starters Conservative horsemen say it will be an open race In public estimation Ieter Stirling and Walnut hull are the favorites It is expected that it will be the sen National race of the year Koralma is still suffering from a cold but hisI trainer hopes to have him ready for his match race with The Abbott Wed nesday KENTUCKY HORSES After n Trip Aero the Oeenii to KitKlnitil ThaV Are netnrned to the Stud Aear LexliiKtuii Ixington Ky OetAfter trIeling across the ocean and back again several celebrated Kentucky thor oughbred mares have finally returned to the stud in Kentucky They arrived here Friday morning among several consignments purchased by various luglishibreedingMarcus Daly There were two cars under charge of shipper Johnny Mil ler which reached Lexington at 5 oclock Friday morning and during the day were sent to their future homes in the blue grass region They represented nn expenditure of 71000 the highest priced being Mr James nIKeenes imp Field Azure costing him 18500 IN THE HEART Vhlte n Negro Heeelreil a Iliillet InMhMlcaa Saloon Lexington Ky Lexington Ky Oct tWill floss shot and killed John lien White at Cadens saloon on Jefferson street in this city Thursday night Both are Xegroes Ross was under the influence of drink and had entered the saloon in company with a few friends As he approached the bar he male the remark that I dont treat any hums Ross and his friends ere about to- leavewhenllosslrew a pistol nnd fired one shot at White which penetrated- the heart nOSH refuses to talk but his friends claim that White had been abusing him for having voted the democratic ticket v NO DECISION YET GOT Durban Will Send a Iteprrmeu lathe to Kentncky to Inveatl Kate the Jury System Louisville Kj Oct T Before Got Durbin of fndiana decides whether to honor requisitions for W S fay lor and Charles Finley ne will send representative to Kentucky to in vestigate the Kentucky system of drafting a jury It is said Gov Dur bin has in his possession a document purporting to review the history of the juries impaneled in cases grow ing out of the assassination of GO Goebel The duty of Gov Durbins representativeMvIll be to verify this alleged history It is said Deputy Attorney General Merrill Moore of Indiana will represent the governor in this matter Xo Parole TaU Month Frankfort Ky Oct tThe state prison commission is holding its regular monthly session for the approval of the accounts of the two institu tion Owing to the unavoidable ab sence of Commissioner T M Rich ardson of Glasgow the commission will not sit as a parole board at this session Kentucky State Finance Frankfort Ky Oct 5The monthly balance sheet of the state treas urer for October 1 shows that there is in the Kentucky treasury 280850 The expenditure fund for the con duct of the tnte department and other expenses shows a deficit of over 900000 Killed Ilia tVlfen Admirer Somerset Ky Oct 5Tnmefi Davis loon of W C Davis a prominent mer chant tailor of this place was shot and instantly killed by Harry Bishop a bricklayer at Bishops house in the presence of Bishops wife and mother He showed too much affection for Bishops wife Boralraa la Sick Lexington Ky OetBornlma will not be able to meet The Abbot here on Wednesday This statement is made on the authority of Manager HerbertGrnyant Driver Jatcomb The horse has been ailing since his arrival on Friday Keene Buys More Land Lexington Ky Oct 7larnes R Keene is negotiating for the pur chase of 140 acres of land adjoining Castleton owned by Mrs David Vance This is the second piece of land add ed to Castleton Lavraona Contribution Lexington I yoc 7 Thomas W Lawson has sent to the humane society here a check for 250 and in structed that this institution also come in for allke share of the 30000 should Boralma win from The Abbot Merchant Cots Hla Throat Paris Ky Oct 7 Gideon Tucker a prosperous dry goods merchant in- This city for 40 years committed suicide by cutting his throat He hod been in very bad health for the past year John 1 PhIllips Dead Mt Sterling Ky Oct 4John L Phillips former business manager of the Oneonta Lumber Co director of the Mt Sterling Water Electric and Can Coand with a large interest in the American Broom Co of New Y rkdledof typhoid fever Kentucky Companies Frankfort Ky Oct 4 Articles of incorporation was filed Thursday with secretary of state by the 1nducah Gusllght Co with 123000 capital stock and the Rolling Fork lank of Bradfordiville capital stock 915000 HE WANTS SAMPSON Schleys Chief Counsel Asks That the Rear Admiral Be Summoned as a Yitness Rayner Expressed the Opinion That the Word Santiago Had Been In advertently Used by Sampson I lent C W lyiii Coin ni nn lf r It P Itoilcerfi nnil Coinninnilcr A C llnilRNfin linve Testimony In the Court of Inquiry Washington Oct 1flrlu Kv ails who as captain commanded the battleship Iowa during the Santiago campaign sins n witness before the Schley court of inquiry Monday His testimony covered the entire period from the time the Iowa left the port of Key West May 20 1SP8 until July 5 when Adm Kvtins testified he hind a conversation with Adm Sehley eon cerning the hattie of the 3d lie described in detail the principal battle off Santiago and also gave particulars concerning the bombardment of the Colon on May 31 Other witnesses of the day were Capt Theodore F Jewell who was commander of the cruiser Minneap olis luring the Spanish war and Com mander James M Miller who was In command of the collier Mcrriniac until that vessel was turned over to Lieut llobson to be sunk in the mouth of the harbor at Santiago Adm Kvnns bad not concluded his testimony when the court adjourned for the 1Conllnalllie James M Miller was sworn as n witness lie said he took on 5000 tons of coal at lamberts Toint sailed to Key West and left lucre for Cienfuegos about May 20 Rb average speed during the trips was nine to ten knots On cros examination by Mr Ray nero he recalled the signals from the Brooklyn on the morning of the 24th In regard to coaling both the Massa chusetts and the Texas at the same time lie said that owing to the peculiar motion of the battleships even in fair weather he objected to placing the collier between them as it would surely have crushed her Sow let vs understand this said tuyner Between the afternoon of May 24 and 8 p in May 27 you coaled no vessels Is this right was to support Schleys con tentlon that coaling was impossible when he began the retrograde move ment on May 26 Question by the court Could you have coaled any of the vessels on May 23 had you been ordered to do so I could but not comfortably to myself or to the other ships It was nasty squally weather and had I my own wish I would not have at tvmpted it- Washington Oct 2The Schley court of inquiry made good headway again Tuesday concluding with Adra Evans and hearing three new wit nesses although the testimony of one of them was not concluded when the court adjourned for the day Adm Evans testimony was along the saute general lines as was lila statement of Monday but some points were pre sented in greater detail in response to questions by Mr Rayner In cross examining Adm Kvans Mr Inyner said I want to call your attention to the report of Capt McCalla of the Marblehead on page 420 of the appendix which says Commodore Jcliley explained to the commanding officers that in case Spanish ships zime out he wished to concentrate the bat teries of all our ships on a portion of those of the enemy This was not explained as a tactical concentration of our whole force on b part of the enemy but as a division of our whole fire on several of the enemys ships During the time the commanding olli cers were on board the flagship Capt I3ans asked Commodore Schley if it were his intention to steam at the enemys ships in case they should start to come out Commodore Schley answered Certainly and added words indicative of his intention to attack them as they came out of the narrow defile I recollect it perfectly foTs that a correct statement That is correct So there was a plan of battle ar ranged by Commodore Schley was there not- There is nothing there to indicate it from what you have read Was not that the same order that was afterward gin nby the comman derlnchlef substantially Close in toward harbor entrance and ntlik them You have not read anything about indicating any plan of battle Evans explained that the Iowa did not run alongside the YSscaya but in a course parallel to the shore When J first saw the Brooklyn the Texas was off the port quarter of the Colon the Oregon off the port quarter of the Texas and the Brook portbowa question by Rayner The Brooklyn was attend The new witnesses were Capt Sigs bee who commanded the scout St Paul during the Santiago campaign Mr Thomas M Ditnaide a news paper correspondent who was on the Texas during the battle of July 3 and Chief Yeoman Gustave E Becker SampsonduringCapt Sigsbees testimony covered his communications to Commodore Schley upon the hitters arrival off Santiago May 26 1898 and at sub sequent dates and dealt with the periodHequestions by the court interestingturnof inquiry Wednesday by the intro duction of the first witness in Adm Schleys behalf This was Lieut Jas J Doyle who was watch officer on board the flagship Brooklyn during the war with Spain The fact that Lieut Doyle was put on the stand does not mean that the navy depart ment has concluded the presentation of its side of tbe case Mr Doyle was called by the department but as it has been the purpose of Adm Schley to summon him advantage was taken of his presence on the stand to question him as an original wit ness for the applicant He was under examination by Mr Rayner in the interest of the admiral when the court adjourned for the day Before undergoing examination at Mr Rayners hands Lieut Doyle at Capt Lemlys request explained his part in the battle of July 3 and his original entry in the ships log con- Cerning the famous loop and his al teration of that entry because he subsequently discovered that his first entry hind been erroneous Mr Rayner asked him if it were not j S 4 11 true Hint the change in the log ivr not due to an error on the part of witmMi and to no desire iwpart of anybody to falsify Absolutely was tin rcspou And tin error continued Mr h nor occurred as iinderKtooc1 iou to say in this wny That luri e action you could not see on of the smoke and thought t j did turn with starboard heui i you itntrrfd it so in the log Yes was the reply i t track of tIll enemy in the first instance with the port battery by r own how shutting the emm aud showing that at that must have hall our hclr board or that Ihewith starboard 11111IAnd then lUll been mistaken you it the change irhnnged the rut ry and I think if you hail the rough copy here you would find it changed in my own handwriting Adm Evans Capt Sigsbec and Cor respondent Dienaide were all recalled for the purpose of correcting their testimony as given Tuesday and all male additional statements Washington Oct 4ltcr Lieut Doyle formerly of Commodore SehlcyV flagship the Brooklyn had completed his testimony before the Seliley court of inquiry Thursday Capt William C I won of the ma rine corps was called and was fol lowed by Lieut Charles W Dy ou of the bureau of steam engineering of till navy department Capl Dawsoii was signal officer on board the battleship Indiana during the na al engagement off Santiago anil lie gave an account from recol iiti jolt of the behavior of the various ships of the American fleet during that battle He said the Brooklyn hunt gone about 2000 yards to the southward before joining in the pur suit of Corvcrsis ships Capt Sigsbee resumed the stand in the morning to correct his testimony of Wednesday lie said he found a u ISIDOR RAYNER Attorney general of Maryland now chief counsel for Admiral Schley before the court ol Inquiry uuletter Wednesday night written May 29 in which lIe said he had no posi tire knowledge of the whereabouts of the Spaniards Lieut Doyle then resumed the bomIHow often did you see Commo dore Schley under fire During the bombardments and at the butte on July 3 What was his conduct 1 didnt have the opportunity to observe his conduct during the bat tie but 1 did see him before and after the battle He was as self possessed as any one could be under those circumstances Did 011 filiscrvc smoke over the harbor July p Yes 1 propose to show the court that Commodore Sehteysaw the smoke in the harbor July 2 He believed it to indicate that the fleet was eor ling out Ife did his duty and notified the squadron explained Rayner Both Iemly and Hanna opposed the statement bitterly contending that the question tended to open up an inquiry on the conduct of other oftice rs connected with the Santiago campaign They meant of course Sampson and that Rayner would try to show that Sampson left the blockade on the morning of July 3 despite this smoke warning that Cer vera was probably coming out What we want is the whole truth declared Capt Parker of Schleys counsel emphatically The gentlemen on the other side say they too want the whole truth and we arc happy to agree with them We are going to open the door wide and let everybody who took part in the campaign come under the scope of this investigation Washington Oct 5In the Schley naval court of inquiry Mr Rayner chief of counsel for Adm Sehley ask ed Judge Advocate Lenity to summon Adm Sampson as a witness in the case The request grew out of a dif ference in the construction of a sentence in Adm Sampsons letter to KeyWestSchley with the flying squadron lay off Cienfuegos This is known as the Dear Schley letter and in it as printed in the naval department doc uments supplied to the senate the admiral said after expressing his opinion that notwithstanding the re port that the Spanish squadrdn was in Santiago it were better to continue to blockade Oienfuegos and Havana we shall continue to hold Havana and Santiago until we receive more positive information During the examination of Commander Raymond P Rodgers this dis patch was under consideration when Mr Rayner expressed the opinion that the word Santiago had been in advertently used by the commander inchief assuming that he meant to use the word Cienfuegos as better corresponding with the text As the document was printed there was a parenthetical note to which Adm Schleys initials were attached saying that evidently the wrong city had been mentioned Mr Rayner asked Judge Advocate Lemly to make this concession but the latter declined to do so saying that he would SampIto mean anything htmL Cienfuegos It is an imputation upon Commodore Schley and IClUJ not permit it to rest without summoning the author of that dispatch To which Capt youIITben retorted Sampson Mr Rayner sum IThis occurred only n short time be adjournment of the court for the tiny and was the subject of more or less conversation ot nn nnj limited character niter the days world was concluded Mr Rayner voiddj only say that he would insist upon the admiral being summoned unless wthflIleut L t I et rj j engineering concerning the supply of the flying squadron niandcr Kaymond P Rodgers was second in command of the Battleship Iowa during tjie Spanish wnr and carried Adm Sampsons dispatches or1lY 20 to Commodore Schley mill Commander Albon C Hodgson who was the navigator of the flagship Brooklyn While Com mander Rodgers was on the stand Mr Kayner submitted a computation of shells from the American fleet which hind struck tIme wrecked vessels of Cerveras squadron showing that nt nst 34 per cent of them were fired the Brooklyn kVashington Oct 7Onlyiuuip ses sion of the Schley court of inquiry was held Saturday An adjournment until Monday was taken at oclock in order to allow counsel to recuperate after an arduous weeks labor Prac tically the only witness of tlie day was Lieut Commander Albon e Hodg son who was navigator of the flagship Brooklyn during the campaign of 1808 and almost the entire time was taken up with the reading of cor respondence between himself anti Ail in Sehley concerning an alleged colloquy between theta during the hattIe of Santiago which the witness was reported to have detailed to a newspaper correspondent Ptllihihmeulproceedings of comparatively little popular interest Lieut Doyle was also on the stand again but only for the purpose of correcting his former testimony Durinir the day Judge Advocate Lemly made another statement concerning Adm San lson dispatch of May 20 1SOS relating especially to the admirals use of the word San tiago where it was alleged he hind intended to use word Cienfuegos The original was produced nail show ed that it was written Santiago ATHLETIC GAMES Tiro AVnrlilH Ilcconln Wore Hrnkru- nt the interState Fnlr at IniilHVlllr Kjr Louisville Ky Oct 5The athletic games under sanction of time A AU at tIme Inlorstatc fair were made notable by the breaking of the worlds record for the hammer throwing by Flanagan of the JriMhAmerican Ath letiiT club of Xew York He threw the hammer 170 feet inch The previous record of 160 feet and 4 inches was held by him Flanagan also broke the worlds record in the discus throw He made 119 feet 7J4 inches His previous record was 118 feet 9 Inches which was the record All the events were hotly contested Some of the best athletes in the country participated in the games The weather was perfect anti the track in good shape Nearly 3000 people saw the sport BLAZE AT TAMPA FLA Twenty Ilulldlnca Ilnrnril Entail IIIK n IOXM of ifiooooo or In cpnillnry Origin Tampa Flu Oct 3Twenty build logs in the heart of West Tampa were burned with property loss of 200000 The fire was discovered in the large cigar factory of OHalloran Co The water supply in West Tnmpa was inadequate and the fire practically burned itself out lreat excitement exists on account of the belief that the fire was of in ppndiary origin There hove been several threats of incendiarism as a r of time labor troubles DOUBLE TRAGEDY w M Tliomn Shut and Fatally Vonnileil Ills Sweetheart Before Committing Snlcldri Marshall Jfo Oct tW M Thomas jealous over the attentions paid his sweetheart Miss Minnie Hayse by Arthur COY shot and fatally wounded the girl at her home here and then killed himself Thomas had called to see Miss Hasc and found Cox there He left after threatening to kill both After Cox hind departed Thomas reentered the house and shot the girl while she was alone All live in the country IMPENDING UPRISING Time fluke of Solferino the CarlUt- lcmlcr nt Barcelona Una Gone to the Frontier Barcelona Ode5Ueports of an impending Carllst rising are confirmed The lUke of Solferino the Cmlist leader here has gone to the frontier On the other hand several Carlist chiefs hints received from len Morro who resides in Toulis instructions for bidding any insurrectionary move mont except under superior orders Mrs McKlnljn Condition Canton 0 Oct rrs McKinleya condition is so far improved that she will not have a physician in constant attendance Dr P M llixey of the United States Navywho has cared for her for several years past being with the family most of the time Tuesday evening ceased to be a mem her of the household and with Sec retary to the President Cortelyou returned to Washington Dr lilxey will report to the department immediate ly he having been here on a special detail but he is subject to a call any time his services here are necessary to Mrs McKinley Worlds Record For Lady Driver Albany X Y Oct 4At the meet ing of time Long Island Driving asso- ciatIon Thursday Dariel driven by Miss Nina Phelps of Watervleit XY beat the worlds record for lady drivers by 3 4 seconds The horse trotted the mile in 209 4 The best previous record for a lady driver was 21214 Connor driven by J T Me Donald trotted as pacemaker Miss Phelps Avas presented with a large bouquet Will Ho Sent In mills London Oct 4 A dispatch from Simla says that 1700 lloer prisoners will arrive nt Bombay in the courss of the next fortnight Some of them will be sent to Umballa and the rest to Shahjahanpiir Schley to lie ChlonKon Gut Chicago Oct Ildm Schley is to be invited to Chicago and be the guest of the Maryland society of Chicago nt a banquet The banquet will take place alter the court of Inquiry ut Washington adjourns 3Iore lIondll InrOinNed Washington Oct 2The secretary of the treasury Tuesday purchased 200000 long four per cent bond and 40500 short fours Advance Refused Inll hirer Mutes Oct 2TIme Man iifjiolnrcrs have refused time S per lythn- jt t Jl oIL i i l rTT how He Lout Ills Chill J Ilee they are predicting a cold KIT ter said the man with tbe summer tuit but Im not worrying about It In fact Im hoping for an la11 winter and something below zero right along Yon tee I went over to PhIladelphia last June and myMea hot Scotch but kfter looking at me for a minute the bartender said Hot Scotch be hanged What you want is four fingers of regular old burnint lava othorheradihlie prepared it and 1 drank it and do you know I have worn an alpaca suit ever since and hail to sleep with IIJfetto a chunk of ice to even get up ihiver Ilrooklyn Citizen October at the PanAmerican Less than 3b days remain before the gates of the IanAmerican Exposition are closed forever luring the crisp cool days of October Buffalo is at her best and thqe who have delayed their visit until HOW have the most delightful weather lof the year in which to enjoy the wonders of the Rainbow City In planning your you will probably want to go east of Buffalo and it will be well to keep in mind how pleasintly this may be done over the picturesque Lack awanna Railroad thelackawannamer At this season a daylight ride over longtorangesthecoloring while the agricultural region of western New York ill mellowed by the won derfully rich tones of the fall harvest time Six solid vestibuled trains are run daily dailythroughcago and New York and St Louis Observa tion earn dining cars and Pullman sleeping cars offer every comfort for the A beautiful guide profusely illustrated tell ing about the Exposition and its features will be sent on receipt of two cents in post jze stamps Write for one to T W Lee General Passenger Agent Lacka wanna Rail road New York how It Mar l e Have you any sort of machine to sew on buttons asked the bachelor in the twen tieth century department store You will find the matrimonial agency the third aisle to the right replied the floorwalker Philadelphia Record S A Ileantlfnl Steel Engraving for 2 Ceo theUnitedUentraVsEmpiretrain in the world will be furnished for two engraving affixed to a letter will in theUnitedPhiliprineBrewing and DlntllllnR Yes sir life on a ranch no cinch Theres trouble brewing all the Moonshine Waal suhmts purty much the same in old Kentucky only ours ia mostly distfllin Judge You Cnn Get Allens FootEase FREE LeRoysweatingdamptight shoes easy Always use it to Break in New Shoes At all druggists and shoe tores 23c An Atchison young man recently had a hisSwtetrose budas a hint that he would be at eveningAtchisonGlobeS Pisos Cure is the best medicine we ever andLungsWmFeb 101000 Im sorry for anybodys bad luck Of course es always think of those who have to listen while he tells about it Town Topics To Cure a Cold in One flay AUdruggistsOne drawback to stage realism is its un realness Chicago Daily New Cure and Prevent Pneumonia With Hoxsies Croup Cure Infallible SOc Lots of selfish people never have any thing Atcniscn Globe PUTNAM FADELESS DYES colormore goods per package than any other Rubbish a wealth in the wrong way Elijah P Brown TIlE MARKETS Cincinnati Oct 5 CATTLECommon 2 25 fj 3 25 Extra butchers 5 35 5 73 CALVES Extra 610 1j 6 75 HOGS Selectshippers 6 85 5 6 00 Mixed packers 6 25 g 6 30 SHEEPExtra 3 10 3 15 LAMBS Extra 4 iO FLOUR Spring pat J SO 4 15 73YCORNNo2OATS No 2 mixed 3SVX 30 RYESo2 fo 57 HAY Ch timothy ffl3 50 lOnKFnmil Sl5 25 LARD Steam 970 BUTTER Ch dairy 12 Choice creamery iv 24 APPLES Per brl 1 75 fil 2 50 POTATOES 2 00 2 25 Sweet potatoes 60 1 75 TOBACCO 8 00 a 9 00 Old 12 00 tL2 25 Chicago- FLOURWin patent 3 50 3 WHEAT Xo 2 red 69 69s No 3 spring 66- 1CORNNo 4 63 a 56Yz u 57 OATSXo2 33 3 35ft MYaPOUKIellsLABD Steam 9 95 f 9 97L New York FLOUB Win patent 3 50 3 SO WHEAT No 2 red tij75m CORN No 2 mixed aj6i3OATS No 2 mixed 3Sy RYEWestern a 60 PORK Family 17 50 a1800 Ltrnsteatn glO 35 Baltimore 70YSouthernCORN No 2 mixed fzj 59 3SYCATTLEButcher HOGSWestern 160 fiJ 7 70 Louisville WHEAT Ko 2 red t 71 CORN No 2 mixed y 60 OATSNo mixed 38 PORK Mess falS 00 LARD Steam j1o 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 70 COIOf No 2 mixed 5S OATS No 2 mixed 37 37Y 11AI Sozodont Ii v Good for Bad Teeth Not Bad for Good Teeth 4v Sozodont 25c iSozodont Tooth Powder 25c I 1 Large Liquid and Powder 75c 25c a All stores or by mail for the price Sample for the postage 30 J JjJ T7INCIISILR I are used by the best shots in the country because they are so accurate uniform and reliable All the worlds championships and records have beea won and made by Winchester shells Shoot them and youll shoot well USED BY THE BEST SHOTS SOLD EVERYWHERE 1u u n n IIGljSWThe reputation of W 1 Douglas I30O and 350 shoes for style comfort and wear has excelled all other makes sold at these prices This excellent reputation tau been won by merit alone W L Douglas shoes have to give better satisfaction other 300 and 350 shoes because his reputation for the best S3OO and 350shoes must be maintained The standard has always been placed so high that the moneyInelsewhereWLsad 1350 shoes than any other two manufacturerW L Douglas 940O Gilt Edge tint cannot bt uat artg price m g5r i 1 = Pidoearo umt am good evUTWheteInsJltwith name and price stamped on bottom Doajtuihotflfjrtnrr ShOPDt anywhere on of price and u cii additiOnaL for 517 jNtL Cnztomdesrtmeatwul ok ap ir tbat will equal Ii ana torn nude 00 la rtjle It and ofkIIrledn1mSaIzDdwl41laCworn plain or 1IeaM ki arald L W LDouglaz JSrOCkLOG M- 5SOLUTE SECURITY Cenuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of Sec FaCSlmlla Wrapper Below FTerr small and aa totakeaasgara eUTI CARTEISITTIE P1 LLS I DIB u- sL PrIce em 1 That Is what year In the In the world in each issue Trail Julia Are the to the Send 10 cents for a copy or lied Tilae In 10 real 10 I6T AT To sell our IIS per wek and pay ity East St HEW quirk mirand ears wont the n1 b ache pimples eat and dizzinesS lien move rcznlarly yon artsick more than nil together It Is a for the all said Ions come you day for you wilt never get and be well all the you put your our U lute 0 er 1vMdtd FOIIiEADACIE FOR DIZZINESS IIUIUSIESS TORPII LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION SALLOW SKIN THECOMPLEJUIN ION CURE SICK HEADACHE 120 STORIES FOR youeet fnone moathly magazine 10 STORY BOOK publisl1edTenauthors igllaiiieElizabeth Phipps Truitt BUhop- Bayden Carratb among contributors October Issue stamps tlforayear magaiUes STORY BOOR DsarDorn Street Chicago EL- WJITE ONCEWITH RIB CaePoultry Mixture straight salary expenses contract weekly YefurnishbankreierenceotoarrelIaMI ECUEKAMFGCO Dtpti Lolalli DR0psY DISCOVERY treatmentFree bitMilbloated W Indigestion after lutZ liver trouble complexion your dont Constipation kills people other starter chronic ments oraufferlnRthnt atterwarjls IToniatterwhatails start tukiiic well time until bowels right Take advice start with CA8CAHETN today under tsratcS cgo FOR FOR rca rca gives LIBBYS 4 soUps T A lOs Ma of UnnTS PBZXIZS IFraikn pitta of th Suet wop lee 5stuud If r wu a male imp bttrw would IUB Itbat hsr tmt OXTAIL ftVLLAGATAVfirr CHICKEN MOCK TURTLE TOMATO CHICKEN GUMBO VEGETABLE Uhbri Atlu of th Toil4with En sums size Isu nhs forlU saWi4 issp Osr Uow 0 Qesa- Thiazsbgaw usiled fee a 11y McMelll Libby CMeifi I J WEATHEBWI5E 1 OTHERWISE tAlIf7OILED JJIJLI7JrrT CLOTHINGi vizc euooinuaw ANDKBPPIH bewARe Cr WITATWNi rca HAM rRfg3howmg and SSA4TOWC CO OSTNIASS October A pleasant month at Buffaloand Niagara FallsHALF FARE piss ore dollar ererjr diy with retora limit of 15 days ONLY SBiI5 ROUND TRIP Coach Excorsfeu From Cincinnati Tuesdays Thursdays Iand Saturdays Relnra Limit Last Chance to visit the wond- erfulPANAMERICAN EXPOSITION which closes October 31st BigFourBest Line 4 Daily Trains 4 TIl Hour 11 II Schedule 1k For further Information address J K BEEVES Oanl Southern Agent VTARKEX JIVNCH WrDEPP Oan Pass ATiOket Act AsitOFftTA CINCINNATI a C C CLARK Tear Pass Act- CHATTANOOQATENN OF Tilts PAPER DESIBCJO TO BUY JUlTTHUia ADTKBT1SXO IK ITS COLCJ1S3 SHOULD IS31ST UPON I1ATIKQ WHAT THEY ASK ron AU SUBSTITUTES OR IMITAT10X8 iiAN- KE 1888 WHKX WKITIX0 TO ABTKRT1SUS ylaaM atate that yai saw tm AV tla am at In this paper w CANDY CATHARTIC 1Oo iirW c ALLDRUUQIRI SOLD IN BULK tomaeh1 pale bowels a HQ4 U to et Hnta READERS BESTHSU S S IJ TO VUBEi iIrstbcxuILtSLAN0T3waiI1uIIIIu I 11 Dozes asnyaimflarmdieinsint world This U absolute proof of great merit and our befi tesU monlal We have and sell CA3VAJeTS absolutely gurnteed to cur or money refunded Go buy Dcx r SITU them a honest trial as pr simple directions sad t if you nr not MUitied after usIng one SOc box return ths on th4ruggjMfromtodayHealthstarted the uI of LtSCA1tEX Book tree by wail Addrsua F STCAUXfi XSXC9Y CO W YORK or 94ftf u p I 1 S i Z t t 1Vwr 1 I r jlJ i L ItJ C J ll r tI cr j r tcfr t i 4r1I r j JA t j li i ii J L I r OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO I OWINGSVILLE KY SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE THURSDAY OCT 10 1001 i Every business communipHtion 1 1Itll be nddropsrd to THE OUTLOOK runiiPiiisr Co OWIKRRVIIM KT 4r rIse we will not be icpponsible for it i f Announcement I For County Superintend nt cf J p Schools t I vnre uiithnrized to announce George W Yiiunji of OUiiipin a 4rattdiiltte for Superintendent of tin Schouli of Bath rnnntv I party Ifolhe nominee of the Itepiiblienn it NflTIIflLG is tun good for Sir i Thomas Lipton except to let his Shamrock beat the Columbiai j A LEAD Tit8Tto control the trad a in that metal nnd ill products is thrtiUiHd The poor conPiimer 1nit in it WAKSAW Ind had a linlfitieli snow October 3d and was not en S vicd her distinction in the least by tho balance of the country c Tnt cotton crop declined 87 points below a tenyear uvcrnge the pPt month A smaller crop t will make n better price BO the I llunter is not likely to MilTer pI Ins DemociHtP made gums in F ltnrtgistratIonnstweckftnc- nre much encouraged thereby It may largely be charged to Sappisw in Louisville I SOME British capitalists are pre paring to organize to tight the American Tobacco Trust The Awct run growers eoem to be help less jn that respect THE State Board hua increased the valuation of Kentucky whicky in bond from 8 toSlO for taxation 1 purposes which means a fight on the part of the distillers TUE Indian tribes Ht the Pan American Ire adopting numerous 3 paleface us members of their tribes The whites pet the honor and the reds pre bably lots of firewater 1 coin AN Owensboro church has in ured tho lives of twenty of its youngmen members in order to provide for pRying off its indebt edness It Is u novel method and ai may become populist THKEE straights prove either that the Columbia was better thin the Shamrock or that her crew was bet ter than the Shamrocks crew the experts ore not decided which iI pert Theres nothing like being au ex t TOE Salt Trust which aims t control the salt trade of the whole world was incorporated with a cap ital of 30000000 in New Jersey 4 What the world is going to do about it remains to be demonstra strated TOE expiatory mission of Prince Chun und suite from China to Ger many was not financially so much punitive since it is assorted that 4 fJ Emperor William footed all Prince Chuns bills while he was in Berlin nod traveling about THE British would like to Fen the Hoers all to hades hut lacking the opportunity are sending large numbers of them prisoners to Shah I jahanpur which is tho anteroom a Itothe ultimate fireworks if a name indicates anything 1 SENATOR BEVEUIDOE is back from theOrient and has unlimited time n in which to tell all about itcoup led with a burning inclination anp eloquent capedity But the teridge point of view in Oriental statesmanship is open to eeiiouV criticism a r 1 TnEaiisadispositiontocddt the punishment of the Htsassin of utteraname never know the difference sine be is kept so 0 closely confined and denied visit llrll but the effect on similarly dis posed people would be good a IF Gov ODELL of New York at PresJjlikely to make the same sort of J failure that hid original did Odd can afford to make New York the best Governor iheever had and l bide his time for the Presidency f a t TUE Democratic State Commit I tbetj ryf yrheeJer Cantrill and Smith in jojjit debate in the campaign over the State for tle United Stutep Son atonal nomination and hits called l tthew off Tho Committee has f great head 4 A lI expert C F Z XJaracristi writing in the Baltimore Manufaca turers Record estimates the ulti 4 mate yield of the Texas fuel oil 45000OQO barrels per year a price of GO cents per barrel I Celdlit equivalent to coal at 240 I A production of 27000 per year will be n Very hand sbme tddition to Texas incomes yp managersRQnljca 4 jby yoluntoeriiig 16 stump the State wbenbIa s rvlcelui thllt reeprct are SflpecialIy not wanted forfearof t scaring the soundmoney Dem i t ecrat8 disposed 19 support the tick etbecau 8 of the platform IfBry S I lreallywants the ticket to win withdraw when ho under i stands bbu t he may t b a jmalicibiiSi satisfaction in ibPrrasslDg the managers I jt t 1t yo 4 I i I r bt e a p I I S ro rIhrm loiiAXH IOSTIhl New York anarchist chief Illoutp oif his mouth and makes a coc pattern of an nrcliiilic uiterances Tho police arrest and then discharge him making no pnttrrn at nil EXSKOKKTAKY AICKKP book on the Spanish war will appear tin week It is paid to hit Admiral Sampson a dab and Gen Miles a jolt Of course that revives the subject and it will be liken two ringed circus with the tJiIlsAlger anti Sampson Schley controversies both going on ut once =PRESIDENT Mcvixirv left his widow in gUild ininciul shape His administrators cftimale his estate ul 210000 of which 110000 is perfonalty anti 70000 rent estate Mm McKinleys hllnwuncc will be S000 per year In adiliiion Con gress will likely grunt her a pen SkIn of 5000 per yar as wasdone in the cases of Mru Grunt n ml Mrs Garfield THE Sugar Trust in order to down the competition of the let sugar manufacturers at Missouri river points last week cut the price of granulated sugar from 503 cents to 3 cents net per pound cllmlletitionIthe country there wits no cut in price Tliallricidcnt amply illus trates the value of competition to the country TOE room of the American jock pys and turfmen on the EnglishI race courses is more their company Riitce they have so often been beating the English at their own particular game of horse racing Tod Sloan jockey wa ruled off the turf there some time ago and now Lester Rein jockey meets the same fate It is said that American horsemen are dis posed to take the hint and withdraw their horses after this season CORRESPONDENCE SharpsDurg Now corn Is soiling at 250 a fieldILast week about finished the housing of tobacco Three white frosts and then a rain Will it be so IWillie Sharp was in Owingsvillo Tuesday on business Mrs Sarah A Taut left Tuesday for Georgetown to be at the bed fide of her brQther Dr Sanford Wren who is very poorly Miss Lena Howard returned Tues thy from a twoweeks visit to Cyn thiana accompanied by her uncle H Clay Howard Okla Sorghummaking wilt begin here this week Leonard Vice of near Sherbnrne visited his cousin Albert ViceSat urday night und Sunday GollinsofGrnngeJ rie Vice Thursday and Friday Jns M Hedrick son of George Hedrick is very sick with typhoid fever was taken down last week Corncutting and wheatcowing are the order of the day The farm era all have their tobacco in their barn Mrs Mat Davis mind daughter Miss Morton of Hillshoro were guests of John Gqrrell and family Sunday chilIa guests of A McLain Saturday night and Sunday Misses Myrtle Vice and Annie Maxey of Nicholas county cam0 to visit the formers grandmother Mrs Eliza Grain Saturday night and Sunday The watermelon supper at th e schoolbouse Thursday night ofy lasj week was a suceessThe pro ceeds will go for the benefit of the prayermeetinhere ig StepEtone saac Karriok and wife spent last week with reFativos in Salt Lick Miss KittieLane spent from Friday until Sunday with relatives in Mt Sterling Ellis Conner of Thomson was here visiting his brothers W A J R and Geo from Saturday until Monday Geo W Carter wife and daugh ofIy v w I Misses Eva and Lizzie Karrick spent last week in Salt Lick visit ing relatives They returned Monday well pleased with their stay Miss Annie Lyle and niece Misa spentfromthe families ofC B Reid and F Myers LcxlngItam ily of Wm Shrout on Salt Well for the past week returned home Saturday BC Mead passed through here Sterlingnstxpection to his farm on Slate VII ley occupied by his brotherinlaw Curran Crouch Mrs Mat Roe and two children of Arkansas City Kansas with her motberfn law of same place and Mrs Myers of Farmers withwere familyforit Walker Cassity at Preston Mrs Frank Brown and cousins Catlottsburgwhobad Howards Mill came to this placeC wIier they stayed from Saturday until Monday with John Karrick when they left for a visit to friends- at Olympin from which place they will go home L S 0 7 5 r r Lower Flat Creek J C Webb is on the sick list Andy Munley is quite sick with typhoid fever Walter Whale und wife went to Carlisle Friday Mrs Mat tie fluff of Wyoming is visiting Miss Lou Wilson Miss Pearl Gorrehlvisitcd Miss Nettio Webb Saturday night and Sunday Ed Hewitt anti John Webb at tended the reunion at Carlisle last Thursday John M jorrell went to house keeping in the new IIOUBO on his fathers pi ice Mr and Mrs A T Jonrn of Up per Prickle Ash visited relatives hero last week Frnk Combers children who have burn vury sick with scarlet fe ver are improving nicely- Hihisboro J II Hawkins was in Mnysville last week ToniRnymond returned luinieMoii day from AlnyMick K Williams of Lexington is visit lug bU brother Clum C T Grain and B II Hawkins are attending tho Lexington races A P Garnett of Mnysvillo spent a fow days in town with friends Saturday Oct 5 Miss Lou Harmon had her annual millinery opening Our little town was surprised Friday night with n serenade by our string band Mrs W II Bundren and Mrs J W Paris were In OwlngsvUle Wed nesday and Thursday of last week Some of tim young people went for nn outint Sunday took their baskets of dinner with thorn and throve over to Belle Grove Springs All report a jolly time and are more than anxious for another trip real soon i think they want to go chestnut hunting next time One of the young ladles was asked by a neighbor how many chestnuts she got She qnlnkly replied As many ns I could carry in the palm of my hand Bethel hue schools are still closed on ac count of sickness- A M Dodsworth and wife ofNew port are visiting W B Scott nun wife Bliss Annin Howe of Carlislospont last week with her niece Miss Susan lUtlltl who id very low Miss Florence Arrasmith fsIn Mt Sterling with her sister Mrs lioo Freeland Mr Freeland is very ale with typhoid fever Miss Hattie Lancaster returned homo Thursday night from Iowa af ter a visit Seventeen months with her aunt Mrs John Davis neo Mug gie Lancaster D S Trumbo and O B Williams spent Wednesday and Thursday in Carlisle attending tho reunion of the- O A R of the 7th Cavalry 18th und 19th Kentucky Infantry IIcrlTort son of Tollio Arrasmith died nt the home of his grandmother Mrs Susan Hazelrlgg Sept 30 of ty phoid fever burial at Sharpsburg in Crown Hill Cemetery Services a tho grave by Elder Stulibleflekl of the M E Church lie was aged 18 yearsWedlngBellsThie Vnnarsdoll Lancaster nuptials were cclobruted in the Christian Church Oct 2d pre cisolv at 4 oclock Tho wedding byMrCharles Arrasniltb T Lloyd John Sharpsburgtheir places at tho altar Tnu came the bride anti groom who took their places In front of Elder T B Howe who proceeded with the ceremony in an impressive and solemn manner The groom dressed in the conven tional black looked eloquently hapjTime brider resplendent in her loveliness was attired Jn a steelcoll ored mile French silk richh trimmed in white chillon and a beautiful hat of white chilTon and roses to match Thu bridal pair stood beneath an arch1 or evergreens und gulden rod n double heart of red geraniums with Cu pid and his arrow was handsome 1tisticallyWilliams Mrs AllloRobertson Mrs G Donaldson and Mrs Leo Vanars dell with palms golden rod white asters and other flowers The looked lovely her tall graceful figI tire and blooming cheeks lent an air of dignity to her person and flutter of admiration ran through the assemblage as she entered the Church Immediately after the ceremony they were driven to thehone of the bride where au elegant lunch was served and many useful und handsome presents awaited them We bespeak for the groom a life supremely blessed with the love of the gentle being whom he vowed to love und protect ever and all his own Knob Lick Some three frosts last week The corn that was green shows some injury from the frost Sid Warren moved to Menifee boardinghouse Capt Bishop discharged Tom Gopher r making disrespectful re marks uboutPresMcKinleys death The schoolhouse has been received and benches ordered will commence teaching in same soon The meeting lucre Sunday was morningf1Lawson There was a maddog along tin road Friday morning He bit two dogs for George Frederick It was a yellow spotted hound Elijah CoIIiver who hoe been liv ing with his nephew J M CoIIiver has returned from a trip to Mont gomery Co and other points Wallace Barnes was around last CountyJudgeB Lane was taken seriously we would hardly have judgment to come in out of the raInsI notice one thing be doesnt run on n one plank platform to reduce salaries- to fool the people The last thing the Democrats gavo the people was Cleveland By putting Bryan in place ofa Republican would only be a change skinners Every man who favors popular government should defrndx direct legislation We do bestJob WorkI T 4 r Fa Flat CreekJJohnson Young is no better The frost is on the pumpkins Vamp Cook is making sorghum Born to Claud Foley and wife a son Scarlet fever is raging at this lice John Dawson bought a cow und calf from Owen Myers for 35 We hear a great den said in re gard to tobacco houseburning- Ed Oakley has returned from Oklahoma and the ladies are de lightedYour scribs visited Mrs O S Brninigem smith Miss Mary Dicken Sunday The reception nnd dance nt Ben DnigooY Thursday night woe well attended Ike Garner has moved back Irma Missouri There is no place like Kaintucky Miss Ella Dicken a charming young lady of Bethel is attllis place Q S Brumigem was elected diool trustee at Fossctts and II L Goodpaster at Sees Mrs Alfred Steele and daughter Mary visited near Olympia Saturday night mind Sunday Mrs Itobt Crooks and daughter of Montgomery county have been visiting ut this place for several days From the amount of courting go ing on there will be several wed dings shortly What about it Un vie Bob x f MrFKIIzaGorrells house caught fire from a defective flue Friday nf ternoon nnd burned The house was insured for 500 and the fur nituro for 300 Most of the fiiry niture was raved Salt Lick Joseph Allen spent several days last week in Olii Mrs G M Burnett is visiting relatives in Pulaski county iErl Fell nnd J F Armstrong spent Sunday in Owingsvillc Thurston Royse and A H Points wcro in Rowan county Sunday Mrs Mattie Friley of Brinegar Ky is visiting friends in town ItMIss Mattie Smith left Monday to spend the winter at her home ii Mt Sterling R H Wnrren returned Sunday from a weeks vacation at Owinge ville und Sharpsburg t Mrs Martha Dickersnn has returned from Carter county accom panied by her mother Mrs Fulls Bert Sewell extra teKjriijh op erator lot t Saturday fur duty at Whitehouse on the Big Sandy riv- t er Chute Ln fever iif Grange Ity line rented W A Vhi tiiouibs jten ant house Iud moved here week Rev Burnett rc irnrd rom thu M E Conference nt Ashljuid Mutt day lie has been unsigned to this circuit for another year Prof Clark gave three sleightof hand shows at the colored church Friday Saturday and Monday night which were fairly wcllat r tended The Salt Lick Dponit Bank opened for hUt nels Oct 1st in tho Odd Fellows k MnsotiK luiildinji The bank building will not be com plcted until the latter part fit thq month Next Saturday will be Public- Sales Durin Suit LlekA cinnil crowd andints of stock is expected We understand there will also be a clothing auction at Whitcomb in ILCrooks Mrs J O Wood is visiting rela lives In Virginia OwingyilbSaturday D S Nixon and wife visited rel atives at Farmers last week Jim Clark is preparing to start n broom factory in the near future Bro Williams filled Bro tiaw sons place at Peeled Oak Sunday Miss Honor Clarkof Poplar Flat visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mr Bullio is working force of hands on a trestle at Mill Creek near here reilathesand Saturday We have had three white in succession All green vcgota1 tion is killed Clyde Pergram and wife of Salt Lick visited relatives here Sujur and Sunday IJ r Hover male was laidj up several days last week with a ee vere pain in his neek JnmesDTurley wife and little daughter of Owingsville visited relatives hero Sunday visttingherOwingsville this week J E Williams and Mr Bruraa gem of Flat Creek were in this neighborhood last week buyjng h 1Mrsjv ter of Olympia visited her sifter Mrs James Horton one doyKlaVf week fir t John Scott sold to Bob Gatewpod SJ of Mt Sterling about 20 acW4of juigedInMrs G R Armstrong and jiiflc laughter are visiting her pnroiitsjf II C Graves and wifoin MO daUgblet41d1Irs diyand Sunduy i55 4 f M fII IUpper Prickly Ash ter Hamilton wus at Carlisle r y u Harper and wife of Cat irgare visiting relatives in n leighborhood Mrs F F Tackett and son Burns are visiting Clay Tackott and family ut Paris Fletcher Crouch bought four vo rling mules from Dr G W Connor at 50 a head VD Young sold F 11 Ewing 2 year old rto nl lJc u eL Tnui 3 r lisle viMtcd thui ono from Friday until Sunday W G Curtmill and Miss Ellen Carttnill of near Sharpsburg vis ited at Mrs Sallie Cartmills Sun tiny Elder R T D Zimmerman will preach at Harpers scliool house next Sunday at 11 oclock a m Elder Ross will preach at 3 oclock- In the afternoon Olympia Miss Lizzie Warren is not iml proving much Miss Kate Hintaid was on the sick list last week Miss Eva Warner Is seriously ill at the present writing Mrs D R Bishop went to Lex ington Monday shopping Mrs Amanda Rogers visited her father near Craige Friday Lucius Beagle was here one day this week visiting his mother und friends Mrs Clay Jarvis of Sharpsburg is the guest of her mother Mrs Henry Case Mr and Mrs D R Bishop visited Mr and Mrs Howard Van Antwerp Thursday Mrs Perry Schultz of Stoops was the guest of her eister Mrs Lisle Hart Saturday Chitrlio Sncdegar was at the home of his mother here two or three days last week MisH8e8 Mabel and Edna McDer mott of Illinois are back at their aunts Mrs H O Irwins Mrs Collie Ragin and children of Stepstone were the guests of her mother Mrs J M Steele Mrs John Cronan and daughter Mary nee Wilson are visiting the family of Joe Williams at Preston Dr Clark und wife were in Mt Sterling Tuesday and Wednesday of hitt week having some dent d work done Bro Ros filled Bro William forenoon appointment Sunday He WHS here to fill hiOII appoint meat in the afternoon Miss Amanda Sirhiihz itriuuIi1lulld would lke for her brother tovoui nndfei lien There is little hope of her recovery We tire glad to t4e our old friend Frank liraalu hark ngiiin nfttjr nn Illoci ine Iron hind grown eo In hardly knew them t A curtain correspondent made hold to rebuke titi for changing our polities the other day We would say to the fame we have made no chungn utnd we wlluld nut vote lor a Republican school trustee let alone a Commissioner X JAVell well Such an old moving any one ever see JelF Jackson vacated a house on Railway Ave nno Tuesday Wednesday CIJ Ie Young moved in und out Thurs dllY and on Friday John Hunter I moved inXWonder how long Mr lRHunter will stay d Slate Valley From appearances our fall gar VfrostpoorIyschoolhouse Mrs Butler Toy and children visited Mrs Elizabeth Wells on Roes Run Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Tarlton Jones of Danville Illinois came Sunday evening to visit Mr Jones uncle and Uunt Sam Shultz and wife Sum Shultz and wife were at the bedside of the formers sister Mist Amanda Shultz near Olympia Sb veryis sick with fever Miss Peachy Crouch of near Olympia was the guest of her sis WyomingSnturdny Elder Parker commenced n pro ridayItnight on account of the rainy weather gueltsSlturdayMao Templetuan of Winchester and Miss Lillie Toy of near the ore mines Willie E Atchison and wife of Salt Lick attended the reunion at Forge Hill Saturday and were guests of the family of Sam Shultz Saturday night and Sunday The reunion at Forge Hill was largely attended and there was good stringbandWe had some good speaking by EI- der Zimmerman and Elder Willie Williams and last but not least our old friend J K Jackson of Olympia gave us a talk Several of the old soldiers marched but it inn be plainly seen that the ranks grow shorter and etc long the old soldiers march will be a thing of the past But it is nice for oldj friends and neighbors to lay t the cares of life and meet once or twice a year to enjoy a hearty handshake and it wont be long we meet again in the groves andI green fields of tho Paradise of God we wont be strangers there and it will be one perpetual reunion I V Ai Eeor Stoops Life What n small name yet it rules the world today William Sampson moved to Aa rons Run last Wednesday Tom Warner was out on Enlt Lick last week buying hogs George Warner of Grassy Lick was in this vicinity Thursday Mrs Ed Ratliir of Bethel visited at C II QosBetts last week Richard Mallory left Sunday for a visit to friends in Fleming Co- Al Bridges has a lemon tree that is as full of lemons as it can hold Richard Wilson is visiting reIn tireS in Nicholas county this week Win Atchieoo of Owingsvillc was hero on business onu day last weekMichael Brady and Wm Boner left last week for n trip through Ohio They say that nil men are cre ated equal But they do not stay equal long Schoolelection passed ofT quietly Saturday A S Bridges was elect ed trustee Corncutting will begin right this week as the frost ripened it considerably Roy Byrd has nn alligator sent him by his brother Nimrod from New Orleans La Lawrence Mallory after a tour of Bath Co returned home on a visit Saturday Sam Rallsof Sharpsburg bought 5 head of calves from Joe Coons Saturday for 78 Robt Coyle of Owingsvillc vis ited his fathcrinluw Thos Wade one day last week Flat Greek has struck the right idea A gossiper is almost us bad as an anarchist Mrs Tom McClain and children are visiting relatives near Olym piun Springs this week Mrs Kate Smith and daughter Miss Lucy of Mt Sterling visited relatives hero last week M H and W W Bridges attend ed the horse show at Louisville Wednesday and Thursday The litle daughter of Putt Burns who has been very sick with scar let fever is reported better Election time is drawing near once more Its going to be ni P and tuck in Montgomery Co Nimrod Byrd is having his dwell ing house repaired Dun Baker of Flat Creek is doing the work Today Oh what a Inn dly this is Several years from today Oh my how fast the ycnrsnjll by Robert Berry returned Thursday from a visit in Fleming Co Rul tell US he nettly got married while goneA woman doesnt want any on els to know alt she en owe bOut she rnnts to know tilltiny one else knows Mrs J WillCiVy i11111un Cild well ofMt Sterling ItO lcillg- the formers mother Mrs Briuhgs I Perry Shultz and wife vuit the hat icrs roller MosrsStiill flea r Olyinpiun Springs Saturday nnd Sunday Oscar Goodpnstcr visited friends near Owingsville Saturday and Sunduy Why do you have tn much biznesis over that way Oscar A W Byrd agent for tins F C McColm Monument Co of Maui Chester 0 wits at North Middle town Saturday putting up mouu ments Chess Gossett has rented J H Gillaspie9 farm for another year pitying 600 for it Chess is one of those fellows who know a good country when they find it They say that being in the newspaper business is the next thing to being in hades And by the way some of the great Ameri can dailies mire spatting at one an other it must be true I do not believe it ill in a country newspaper correspondents place to dabble in politics But 1 do be hove a vote cast for Mary G An derson for School Supt of Montgomery Co will be rightfully cast On Friday nfternoonabout two oclock Mrs Wreth Ann Gorrells residence caught Tire from a defective flue and burned to the ground Nearly all the contents vero burn ed The loss is about 2000 in suranco about 800 Wo had nn interview with Hon Brack Carter the otherdny Brack says he hopes Unkel Wash Trim bio will he elected for says het they have gone to sasinatin all great men and I am afraid if ram elected they will sasinate me too A special from Carrington says while South Side was helping H IB Armitage husk that big corn he was mounted on a seventyfoot lad der and pulled off an ear that was 10 heavy it broke the ladder and down came South Side ladder and all The ear of corn landed on South Side and injured him considerably We hopo its all a mistake Recently in Macon county MoI the question Who is the greatest woman in all history was put toI200 Macon Co teachers Miss Nan nie Vickery received the prize She passed over Frances E Willard Helen Gould and other women whose names were most popular and declared The wife of theIMissouri fa rUler of moderate means who does her own cooking wash ffamilyintellectual and moral improve wont is the greatest woman In all history The Outlook and DailyrEvening Post 385 b 1fitt i v 9 The Racket i UNDEEBUYUNDERSELL HEADQUARTERS FOR DRY GOODS roTors SHOES HARDWARE COME AND SEE OUR BARGAINS Everythin marked in plain figures One price to all I FOR CASHI ydBedtieking Canton Cotton 10 8 6 50 UnbrkableTmblers Joe st VS454035Gum 25CGt5Undrwr socBeforeComfortCalico 5 W i s South Side G Ii Boone and Tom Johnson of Sideviow sold two mule colts at 36 end 42 No man is so infernally ugly but what ho expects some woman to get strucKon him It is said that matrimony is on oucsetIn our opinion there will be more liouseburned tobacco his yeur than was ever known before Several frosts remind us that the time to provide winter fugJLut birdsea warmer te In order to give the editor ad vertisers and other correspondents a show we will cut our communica lions shorter from this on We presume the anarchist that tackles President Roosevelt will find him with a couple of thirty eights strapped to his side J W Cassity of Sideview Hold fifteen bbls of inerchiintuljle corn In tile field to Will Daughterly at 275 per bbl or for 4025 total Our luws say turn Eiuina Gold lunn loose and hlJ goes on her way preaching there is no Gild tn hell with our uvernnicn etc Wo say stop it It wouId be a terrible shock to pome women if they gut ti Heaven and found thnt Mary Mii tilcnt iitj around tviUioufwrsg anysp cinl luiirk on her It iQnkfo little dhlerenfe to the PIJIIIldInt him or whether he borrows so he read it j W Cns ity says when the soul of Leon Czolgobx goes to hull tin devilneed not stop to unlock the door It will have no trouble in slipping through the keyhole The heart of every true American will rpjoic in the lmiowledgc that the foul assassin of the PresiJsnt was not of American selL tin tho is a native of Detroit MlehEd We once a man rescue n wo man anti baby from a burning build ing and ho was Ioudly upptmidei by the gathered multitude but when he rushed in again mind hero ically rescued a case of her and a keg of whisky the cheers were deal ning A Menifee county woman after but three days of married life has sued for divorce because of the startling discovery that her hus band has a wooden leg Thousands of women who have married men with wooden heads and are getting along very nicely with them wil think her a very silly creature While driving from town we saw a stripling boy lying on the side blri the road beastly drunk and by his side lay an older man withevery pocket full of whisky The poor innocent boy had been influenced and made drunk We would say to the boy if he ever wants to make a man to never darken the door of a saloon or pool roomcl have no words adequate to express my honor of drinking and gambling Any man that asks you to drink or gamble is your deadly enemy Shun him as you would a rattlesnake These decants ruining thousands of our boys Flee from them in time lest you bo forever ruined The late experience of our un lions calamity should teach us all to be more careful in making hid eous pictures or to assail the char acter of our great Republics rulers just simply for partisanships rake and then just as soon as they are laid low in death we hasten to make umandR to the lifeless form nnd eulogize it to the skies HowI much better it would be to strew flowers in the path of the living than to pile wreaths and bouquets profusely on their lifeless forms It is a noble spectacle to see al freedomloving people of our greatt Republic show their love a good husbnnd a good Christian nnd a good President and to further prove our love for such will be to completely annihilate anarchy inp nil its forms from the land of the ree and the howl of the brave CUTTER Boxh OLD HICKORY A drink tha reaches the spot and loaves no headache In the morning The eal old Kentucky article For sale y S I AtehisouOwlugsvllle TCy7 IAy 2 Earthen Cuspidors MeatSaws29C 2CifrCorkscrewsFlannels 15 to 350 yd Check Cotton 9 Sfajcyd WashBowl andPitcher 9C f14cE HEFLIN WeNeedItWE ii All those indebted to us please jcall and settle We would not ask you were we not compelled to eol lect to pay our debts 7t S SLESSER I REX Dll1i hCURt rR FROM ELL1XQ OJffKjSD GIVES ITlvEW LrFESJohnsons Barber Shop In collar under OvIn s House of clpanIIIyourhoue SIMPS R NEWMAN LATELY OF GRANGE CITY has opened out Drug Store at the Ragan Room ox LrAir CROSS ST FLEM1NGSDURGKENTUCKY hilSBathrlends civ Liar a rail wh iiin town Y 4 EKKHESTEHS ESBLISBrf- ll tSiv W L teila I p r5r k andsuTata nM n2er nf aitpto uliinr CiUOD4flUd finiLIo Iu or tJ1JnlQ j UlaJ1NI41rTuJJCKicHssrsa CBZMIOI cotoo XjMlJaob S rmrr run r- X ajs tia PJI WHEN YOU WANT MEAT I COMETOJ4S D THOMPSOL4COLD Vimont StrOWIN- GSVILLEJ KYp rhone 63 hUH FOR SALEINo to 600 acres at 25 per aera 1 dwell ogs i barns fresh laud largely In flue tobacco land on turn t pike can be DI V DKD INTO FOUR TRACTS high state of cultivation No2A fain 17G acres at 70 eracre well heated on pike frame welling 10 acres virgin soil 40 ncr s blue grass 40 to CO aetna good tobac 4o land well fenced undo vatered igh state of cultivation Doth are moneymaking farmsT Call on or write t- oJNBRADLEY I 4REAT ESTATE PX IhGEOEGErOVNIfl f j 5 i r J I