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I r 0rlJS jiIr r H 4 L r i7 JJ r I JrJfTYz JI 4 r g Itn iVpK 11uuuuul1 I I r r7 i or r r r II fJ1 n Ji r t 4 1PS I A 4 4 4ahIcP 4 1b v4 i I ci I I- t thinq t1iLTi r utinokVO- L r C l l i J ff ft li PO i xx IV OWSNGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 14 1903 NO 44 I 5 When you have news Itemor wish to communi cato with THE OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 57 1 Foa SJLLE Yellow and black and OUTLOOK office i 16x20 picture traDes 1 to 125 eaeh J M BROTHER See Forgo Bill items for mention of the suicide of George Knox Jr Patterson Roan sold a sow and five pigs to Thoa McCarty for 25 W D Young sold two mule colts to Holman Rice Tuesday for 125 There will be preaching Sunday c a t Harpers schoolhouse at 1030 oclock andSundayechool 3 p m WK MOST HAVE OUR MONEY BO please call and settle S BLRSSEB IiJasea Clark and Dick Cross eeventeon fat 190lb hog- t S to F P Hendrix 4 Co Monday a 625 TliOSOth anniveraar o Bethel Christian Church will be elebrat- t d the fifth Sunday in Ma bya jubilee Everybody cordi fly In riud LSunday was annual meeting day at Ewt Union Nicholas county Nllxt Sunday- there will be the usual big i crowd at White Oak SBKT TO BTLuKMrlaJck Eayburn of upper Slate wasnI to the Lexington Asylum las jreek She had been afflicted with mental l aberration for some time- t t At Farmer Tuesday Turner I Nye 1IagediO was caught in the 1 t belting at a saw mill and one arm I t torn from the socketXHe is supl pOlled to be fatally injured Bringyour produce and exchange it for dry goodly clothing and hoes offered byHeymane at Sher J burne Bath Co Ky G L HKIMAH c I make the boat break cat on thmarket 20 f25 30 rubber tirea i f15 to 122 per Get Buggy rtepalringand painting pecialty OSoARrAUIER I At Farmers Mondayattercoon t jlhe residence of HVll Huggins I was destroyed with all aFontents- Lass about 1500 with t tance The Ore origin at tram a i took stove n u v BqsiBKS WWCUrkofFlaeJ 14c yCrek bu a hive of bees that hate I I eent out two warm all thrte bYe doing well He thinks the old hive will send out still ant other swarm foon j Go Ic Shet Je thtrRywIIUi findjt Vwskrupt toIof dry j clota fcRd ibpti which we are- ar ilrn reguhtr price at t tVe brieJrfloriVuildiBg of Stephen f TerhtiBe r GL HgntAa I 9 Six Ms flOXSONS Dt Thompson has ah ncr tcbinK for X180 Mr Thompson can r bfouad on Court St between sun riie and 9 0 1Qckpm each dayJ ftd be Tbom cr an lLIy IuRey E GB 1 MaBiij fMaynlUerreidu1sEla- GftbllI o r distrIct began I IttbellE Church Sunday night but was taken sick and being un able to continue tb meeting went lowe Monday N y GOOD FISHIHQ Judge NB Pat I terscHi joint a parly at lies Mill i I the fore part flaltweekabd badt I good sport fsbiog tbir 1 I teen goodsited ones He went V back again the Middle of wsek Cbut bad no further luck j Thaye plenty ef heap buggies cad good ones also such as Coltm bus BUllY BniokwnyLaporte Bimell and Ratterman ck Luth make both in stael and rubber tire Ce adD money 434 T S janotor- FuMrnl Fur1shIngc1Prompt eanipaents cad modern i v sic dsalsrin IrsVelaM furniture of all a Call and see Ito berarelsewhereD FAEIS Ky J i hue hHtaIDireeter aii XaHh iH unt f tfiBTnELT BonxiDfClyde Byr roe wee evejlelj burned lioutthI facebyanexplesloaof gasoline wdleJigdIig the lamp a pea nut reasMr Menela morninf tBt U was too painfully Injured to attend to bHsIaeM Honelay but was at hU Pcagsiiruay IasxaNatbaa Xinnef int1- lfresatlyliviag with kis son neat 1 Bethel was adjust d insane at Mt- fitsrUnf aid Mken ta the taxing I tea Asylum last Thursday He t- ott r1Q1 niofage M C GsdEf neIae SlIerltre ec6HJpaaiefl V ib7e party taking Blm threiHnirJlBjf b Uht a bankruptetocV J of drygeW clotniaB and Bhoeswf i offer th see orHlat the brioI Z BfartVvM fT 8tephen Terhune j Sherburas Bath CoXy begin WRi SaUraay May 16th 1908 fcode were bought at BOo on tbuai4we will sell them In c G L IIrXAN L BUI4hc M lIleatoT So e for a new olor iffi fft ndlatJtbugiY C at aC7 U tO f30 coma iia4 ij kave plea t1or tlf e4 and repaired I fi satisfaction t paintingever r 4341 tf 4s y r4 J i = ic i Ii ltfI rttf t r ii t7 i I MI ti 1 rjj L l I if PERSONAL il Emit Peters came up from Georgetown to vote Saturday Editor J C Nelson of Slmrpsburg was In to see us Tuesday R L Zimtncnnaii left Tuesday for an indefinite stay at Paris Judge N R Patterson was In Mt Sterling Thursday and Friday Mr and Mrs Robert Shultz of Mt Sterling were in town Saturday Miss Annie Sheehan is visiting Miss Lillian Barnes at Salt Lick Dr A L Blair of Salt Lick was a pleasant caller at this office Tuesday Miss Snub Shultz will leaveThurs day for an indefinite stay at Mt Ster lingSquire Thos J Jones has been 1confineddaysJoseph Lagrew of Upper Licking was u pleasant caller at this omci- Monday B M Ooodpaster expected to leavi fl Wednesday for a stay ntHotSprlngs Arkansas 1 Judge J H Williams of French burg arrived Monday to attend Ciry cult Court Mrs T W Ewing sPl1t from S urdny till Tuesday WlthrelatlvtJs Iri Cynthiana Mm Lizzie Brown of Mt SterI ling came Monday to visit her son T H Brown Judge and Mrs X R Patterson have returned from a visit to Mt titerllns relatives Mrs Robert Swetnam ofOlympia was reported very low Sunday but on Monday took a turn for the bet ter Misses Louie and Bertie Barney of Howards MIlIvlsltfdthelrbrother J M Barney a few days this week Dr H H Lewis rolBalt Lick twent Wednesday of lasKweek to IMrs Lewis who la taklnc treatment- at Hot Springs Ark I Mrs WLKillpatrlckandtwolft4 tie sons Louis nndClaudeof MtSter ling visited her father WH Daugh erty the past week I Mr and Mrs S C Bascom Jr of Millersburg spent from Friday after noon till Monday with his father Hon A W Bascom Mrs Judith ISminonsuf nillsboro was a guest of horson J K Kmmons byMissCarolynBatesDavid Keeleyof Salt Lc were vie itorsat D Sheehans 8tday daughiterart of the week to join her husband Kite v R A Waltqnrtt Arthur Power lefuaturdnv after noon for Louisville her he ex pects to secure n position the beetrwishes of many friend go Mrs Lou Warner omptnIed by MihlersburgPIter Mr Ernest Gorlwlnv Add re ci aamoUar l Tesb1ttS f ilL and a l aroYS TiJ D8Trttinborf Beth1are the clalixgjj tt riiuya at Court 14oMrs John R Carmichael sf Lou svllle hai returned from a tn y nt Springs Ark and is expected week to visit her father Wiu Uooro of lioea Bun aittleMlllersburp were Koe tlSolMrantl III Perry from Sura M ternopn till Monday afternoon J1ttor W C Nesbitt Mr nttdMsW i ur Harper Jacob Trumbo 3 aim O o alRoubonBW Young Col J 8 Hurts wasInsome and gallant as over aiid no doubt as irresistible to the tidies Tue OOTIOOK is rpectlng an Invi tatlon to that weddlngsoonoU I have 14 buggies in J B y 1 peters tobacco barn and in d r I 1rltllYpulth434 T SINEW BANKA bank hail bteo brganized at Hilliboro Flew g H cou tyAtwestory brick bw U Iing will be erected and it ii iiop d have the bank in operation Octl The bank hat a oi fJrstock or15OOOalrta ady80b8cribj hs There are 37 stockholders 0 i t Graham IB President JHSheherd Vice President MC Faua dire Treasurer S C Dbwd Berry Ky Cashier Tbardireptors lare MOSaundersOD Graham W Qillmore J H Hawkins T jRIceOBrienVTDK PBIKAKT The Democrat r mary passed off without inoi ent except one fight and alto ordy quarrel between Jack WiNq and an old gentleman who adriied HI Carpontbrjto not be to Tboifer due ia hurrahing for BeCkinharnIj Jack thought Hi ought to celebrate IB proper style anti indignantly resented the quIemaiti admbntipnl to Hi Two others had it hsrmer and one i this oThr If iw bloodle4faceThe offi lat colillfTuedayw sBeekban l015Thbrne 92 Renick 239 Hager 745 ChenauU ttJI09Bql worth 607 Grll1 ih 74 RIchardson 81 MitoheU 421CarroH 65 Uysc 210 Julian 114 lIlcCbesney56I WaLt 117 Fuqu 17 Watkins 45- Arriel 323 SuggS7Vr eIand364 Fr Bee 87 Hedger 255 Cbinn 4fi 9i Green 387 Mark 636 Conner 55- y Mark defeated Co aer 59 for Cor cult Coiirt Clerk Ty VVVVV 4 4 CONTRACT LETTbe contract fol the Courthouse tower exclusive of clock and bell was let day to Elliott Colliver andXscar ulmor for41589 The clock anll bell will bec ntracted for Juuettb U D C MEETING The Daugh ters of the Confederacy are earnestly requested to meet in the County Court room on Saturday the sixteenth day ot May at three oclocktopay dues and prepare a program for the bestowal of the Cross of Honor on Juno the tbjrd birthdayof President Davis to all Confederates who Ill out certifi cates of eligibility and lend them in without delay BASCOMI C DEATHIa trouble Geo M Carpenter of Sal Well neighborh od took to his bee last week ondJ ed at 4ococknm Thursday w immediate caun of his death waf m ked bowels II was buried in ti c ya d at home bj the side of his ife who died FeU 15th 1903 The loft no childre It is understood that ho willed bib property to Henry Warners eot Will whom he partly reared De ceasedwas a son of Squire Carpenter and was aged about 60 years He was a Drstclasa citizen esteemed by hie community CincriT COUBT Court convened Monday No cared of particulr importance had boen tried up 10I Tuesday night The grand Jury is T J Pergram foreman John Webb J Will ToyJFlood Turner An deraon Felix Steele Jonathan CaIcity The petit jury panel is F M Vice J W Lane Ed Carrington W H BrInegar Sam Sanderson W J Shrout F M Briitow C 3J Ratliff J W Coyle D B North George Steele Lee Jones David GrayFletchrCrouch Wm Butcher Tadge Gilbert GeJ1 JSI 0blightmere loft their dry cloddy fields to dBusinessmerchants and live stock was drAggy Among the sales were Jeff Atchison sold a hone to Me Roberts for 65 and bought one of Warren Rodgers fnr80tB Frank Perry aold a mare toe ftAcolt lo Vurk Undrljf fo 90Lco ones ono for 87 50 fliOd Wells t dTtn a pair of twin mare mules for 3Tbomftsmule of John Tincher tr115 ando horse of R B Brother for 140 tiWmWalter Young bought a horse ofpessie Reynolds for130 Tbo mare belonging to the estates f the late James Stoae brought 60w t tiGeeCtwoeow and five shoals forU250c bWniT 8 Shrout old John T Lath ram a mare ror105bFletcher Crouch bought five yearp gSamto 15 yearling steers to raylort Fitzpatrick at 2385 per p for110J50Savoyards LetterSLouisville PostsWashington May 2 TheRcpub eart party has planned its cam paign of 1904 and Is relying on the stupendous aeebood of the i Democratic party The word is sied down the line and the word talldp tttTaxatlon for pro lection only is the battle cry and it jo will be heard in Iowa and loud o enough to drown the Iowa idea if there shall be such a thing as the lowaidea next year which is not at all likely It isgivea out that Senator Allison Jato tell ue ust exactly what the Iowa idea s and it will be precisely this vote the Republican ticket and p thank God you are rid of a sciem It will be a monstrous great big idea not very long but yery broad and eloitb enough to cover all the ground in the Union Aldrich will Ire for it So will Babcock Hanna Tawneyhetrill the beet sugar crowd The Has Market Club will be for it to So will every scullion in the kitchen of the fatfryer Reciprocity will of be asVdeadasi6to 1 Now what are tbeDemo rats go ling to do about it That is a question for the South Here are the Republican seemingly hope n leesly divided when Dave Bender son took to the woods now thor oughly agreed that Dingley taxes areas irrepealable as Median and Persian laws That is a trick the go pJslven to turning Itknows which side of its bread the butter is on Could th Dessocrats iave shown a discipline like that in 1and 1894 everything IB this country that in everything worth chucks would be thoroughly and reliably Democratic this blessed partyfollowing la it only emphasizes the folly of the Democrats in not following Cleve landand Carlisle There are largely moro than a million of voter east of the Mist iasippi river and north of the Po tnmac and the Ohio who twice voted for McKinley and who are ready to vote with the Democratic party whenever hey find such a party Mr Bryan tells UB that the Democratic party does no want the aid of this layout an that in no event must the Dome cratic party take a stand that wil invite the aid of this element Very i policyhati tion except the fulfill the law It is for the South to determine this matter If the South is going to adhere to Bryan the rest of the country ought to know it so that iLean get out of politics and let tlIelectIon go by default If there toughbetweenAtlantic and between Mason and Dixona line and Canada If Mr Bryan shall dominate in Democratic councils this great section will vote aa it voted in 1896 and in 1900 and that is the end of it The Republican party is depending on that very thing and there ia no better judge of a political situation than the Republican party But sometimes the Republican party jlldgmaDtEWPfything lible Nelson W Aldrich is the keeper of the Republican conscience He pHeAldrich Ho has a mignt iu jand has Mr Aldrich i v d reciprocity so called Mr Elaine lad it put in the McKinley bill in 1890 It was understood to be free trade whipping the devilaround the slump It was the tribute monopoly paid to competition It wet the promise the taxeater wade to he ear of the taxpayer and broke the hope No Republican plat orm was finished withouttitthisiaslard brat of free trade adopted ihd legitimatized into the family f protection It was to keepour going It was to restore the merchant marine It was to shingprosorvohe markets at one HId he InmetimlIand by ono and tlo same act Mr John A I mson donhtless the ablest an Irinlv tho most eloquent acWi diitvitant irrhe pr teiUiv 4k MS upiKtirt di give 69 v to rLpr v fr 1w jirit upIHI reelprocltrireutiee old that though Mr Illume wai ead his spirit yet lived and thatdIr Kasson had reincarnated ugh31rhis grave his idea was marching n Joy was to be in all our hearts melody was to be in all our- hroats and what was much to theLurpose money was to be in all our ocketsgthat this here reclprocitythat as to make our feet beautiful on he mountains is of Moab and he roclaims Woe unto Nebo At is touch reciprocity withered and wnelaidaway in the Senatorial catacombs beside so many other roken faith The President of he United States was submissive nd accepted with alacrity the shibc of the opportunist stand ut Mr trusts Senator pooner to think constitutional to for the Republican party ho- rusts Senator Allison to spend the ubilp money He trusts Senator Hale to make the navy He trusts Senator Proctor to take charge of army but as Tar the tariffCenator Aldrich IB tnThe triumph of Aldrich is the triumph of exorbitant protection The order has gone forth that there s to be no reform and no revision countryIsgone forth that the establishment f the gold standard had no parts r lot in restoring pronperity all of it ia due to the Dfngley taxesL and to nothing else That battle cry Ten years ago the Republican party said that a periodof financial panic was no time to tinker with the tariff Now it deE dares that a period of pros enity is no time to tinker with monopolistic schedules And yet the Republican party can go with priests as wtUaswithllir nights Why Because free coal makes cheaper coal Why did it not put hides on the free list That would make cheaper leather It is because taxed hides is a demagogy ry for the farmer who has a calfv sell and an enormous graft to the castle trust that has milliona hides to sell What will the Democrats dot Will they go in again for 16 to 1 l tt Mr Bryan says they will That is the corpse to which be would again the Democratic the tputyTilden to make its domicile Vihlh bis advice be followed Let South answer Itis up to the South John Sharp Williams has the floor SAVOTAED 5UB5CkIBE NOWJ p RacketStorcP 11 P re purel1asewhetherHere are a few reminders of how cheap we sell Mo quitoNettlngGcHouse Paint Gallon Whitewash Brushes 25 20 10 1I Furniture Varnish 20 250d250IICloth Brushes 80 20 10 6c Sheep Shears wartnnted80cFancy Screen Doors OOc Adjustable Window Screens 3325c 25cStraw ydCottonade CASH PAID FOR EGQSI E WCjKentucky I Owingsville SPRING OF 903We have received a handsome of spring goods including the latest novelties in MILLINERY DRESS GOODS Etc HatsfromS A choice selection of PJjwhite dress goods at 10 121 2u anti 2 Oc yar LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO CASH BUYERS MRS D S ESTILL OWINCSVILLE KY CORRESPONDENCE Contitiuod from fourth page Midland City Ed Honstej went to Winchester Friday Tom SfttterGeld moved to Salt Lick9lursday Mrs Film Crump of Bluo Banks visited Mrs Sulliu Thompson Sun Irton o1iiver GrVVejzor NIIJ Leone Mj t i ot iu Farmers Sunday MrsEthfl Tune of GenIi Miss Carrie Bates of Sera Miss Grace Razor Tkfrs ayIMr and Mro Will Cook visited the Utters grandparents Warren Bailey and wife on Triplet Sat urday and Sunday Sam Butler and wife Charley efever and wife and several others a trip up the river in the new uBoline boat Sunday John GijTodd and wifof Sunset cep Saturday to visit friends atndpok in the ioecroam and strawberry supper at Salt Lick Saturday night T Wyoming Dr Phillips fell and hurt him self so that be has to walk with a- rutch and cane Dr Reeves has gone to Illinois hunt out a location His friends would not like to give him up Cornplanting and gardening are the order of the day the grounds very hard to work over indeed Dr Reeves sister of Fleming o is very low with onoumption i ot expected to live but a few days A man taking pictures stopped our here a few days had a shanty boat He bus gone on down the river A man U here catching staves that escaped up the river lie has built a dam and is hauling theI upon the bank with tho Intention of taking them to Salt ick fJudge Daugherty has le the re pair contract for theMyyomingj pike to Slate Valloy to rgo e repairs tho White Oak ike al the 1L1Aniio Uawson spent a fe4iys in the vicinity of Preston wtji the formers daughter Mrs Lizz WHo liamson i report a nice time Mrs went to see a friend Mrs Sue Sattorfleld who she bad not met for thirty years and found her ery poorly We have organized a jQsjiing clubI horo composed of JudgoNDaughor y Dr Reeves Dick Tdmjplemtn nd John A Hedger Wnre very glad to have Judge Daugherty inI our club as he ie very successful with the finny tribe Mr Temple an says he has lived here abont orty years and never throw a book the creek or river I am afraid e will not W S GUDGELL ATTYATLAW Office with B Gudgoll Son Court St OWINGJVILLEj rorJj viiiIf carjii I p 1f A J Lawns yd 108r 54cFrilled Lace Curtains pr40cLadies Undemkirts 12598 4 White Dress Goods yd 4 up to 2 Fancy Slnr Parasola l6549c Be 15 12 10 8c Lace Pillow Shams 12 Corset Covers 25 15c Tape 4 bunches 5c line 15 per 1 Hedrick holdout THE BfB AND STRANQEB A boy sat on a rail fence enclosing c cornfield A city chap passing by said Your corn looks kind of yaller bub Yep Thats the kind of corn we planted replied the bub It don tlook like you will get more than half a crop said the city chap Nope jjfe dont expect to the landloc hull ro a moment 1 Vtomatj et SAid tho bo rrcfi ipIUIVC on BcnELo1Women spirit men gofishingV most When they have been measured halfsizes Its l1pity girl to her upper The fun of being a fool over a woman is the enjoyment you get out of the fun she gets out of it You must never tell a girlwhen you are going to kiss her nor anybody else after you have gone and done it- The more relatives he has by marriage the harder it is for an ordinary man to understand the point of view of a Mormon A man likes to call on female intellect but to live with female telligence inIThe man who wouldnt kiss pretty girl in the dark know enough to pretend it was an accident New York Press COL JACK C INN AND TOE FOLD ING BEDWhen the folding bed was still a novelty Col Jack Chinn went to Chicago at a time when that city was so full of transient guests that rooms were at a pro mium in the hotels The Colonel finally found a hotel where the clerk apologized in advance for inferiority of the Ii ceo theIbut assured him that he could least have a room The went to the room with misgivings = and found that while it was all ight in most respects it was in lead short of accommodation Thinking that he might not be able to get anything better this 48 Colonel stayed there for three do nights and then his irritation with the lack of accommodations overcame him and he rushed into the office and demanded that a bed bo put into his room Why Colonel said the aetonI ished clerk theres a fine bed in your room iShow it to meroared the in dig n1 n t Kentuckian The clerk sent a bellboy up to CCoreCbinnsutoilillhld evoked a bed out of a piece of fur nituro Great snakes gasped Chinn Iingthat thing was n chiffonier but IF vitrifle laitfloor and for three lgl1tslnbeen sleeping on that RnJl1minor nlnetright alongside tle chiffonier New York Timca 4 jP2 0 J 6 225 l4i HARNESStYlty Saddle or Harness when you can get strictly firstclass goods made right Here ut home and made out of tho best oaktanned leather and by ifien that only muko firstclass work Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLE Is the easiest and easiestriding and mostdurablcsaddianadeVIf you try one set of our handmade buggy harness you wfll use thorn I have the best line of nuddlery goodA Ift tills4 Icpartof the State I atnj tutir for boat ettdUlcS nfifl nSfness EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGS TLLE KyV h SAM Pa ATCHISON DRUCCIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGARS SCV BUY GREENSBAL SHOESf i FOR MEN WOMEN and CHILDREN fWITHbestWearing leather in the world fbj For sale by Oscar Chandler OwingsvllleV entuckyV VLfiiiaiiPRL That dollar f yours will buy more fgoods bV + i anywhereV1V ir VV Calicoes 3j 4 41Aand 5CVdwL jtopcyd jy r MTable j Underskirts 50 70 135 f fStrawLGenuine Fur Hats regular 150 8pct a U hla8ePRICELadies Men and boys when you need a suit of clothes come and price mine I know I can give you same suits for less mon ey than anybody jSHOES VE HAVE AJaL KINDS iJoBoys Vici Kid Shoes i Hens Heavy Shoes ooe liens regular 3 Patent Leather Shoes 195 CASH PAID FOR EGGS 1OscarChandler tf A woman will never believe a raiin ill grief until he buries his taco his hands Women who smoke seem to get much out of it ns they trying to their J Feed Sale KY for horse and mule with Preston Station ruit and trees grape nes small fruit rhu nnd fir orchard wn and and eneral on Both F Son c r i X One a bJI1 j = j CARLOAD ON HANDS ALL SIZESVEVERY ONE GUARANTEED L1 ft TI BYRON lis suffering pleasure balance checkbooks JONES Livery Stable OWINGSVILLE Headquarters buyers Telephone connection SPRINC1903 lue Orass Nurseries ornamental asparagus everything garden Strawberry catalogue request Hillenmeyer Njtr 4- mI VV4 Lt door Postofflce A THOS tI own the Frank Hedge barber sliopandanigoing to run a first class place Ymir patronage is so licited Next door to OUTLOOK of flee C W 1IONAKERC OLD HICKOBT Famous among the moot famous of pure Old Ken 1J 7 tucky whiskies wholesome and strengthening for the weak pleas antly invigorating for the strong For sale by S P Atchison Ce O RAILWAY Dally except Sunday All others dally Train 2S and 23 carry UlnlUK car iervtiiV Meal aIocnrtq T1MUARD EFFECTIVE JULY JT IeSV t TIazovTaAirAT PRKBTOH BTATIOH L jtNo26NOH 1245 pur NOM s t 1uoapza WsfIQUNDVNo 21 s 14a n No sa ii p No23 ItI3pni y KTpress Train for LouUrlP YMzln toa Clhelnnn l WaUIngin ewY9i 4 b k c1vt s I to xt r t et fJ Q t g HKj li It o Vit S if c l =t I 1 jI Lt JWINGSMH OUTLOOK OUTLOOlt Pull CONPubtshers 4 OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY I THE JESTERS SThe Jester mounted to the throneNf The while did sleep the king A monarch now am I he said 8ingamy robes And bring my crown to me And take this cap and take these bellse To his great majesty bleAndklnSAwokeSoon In he camo arrayed In cap h bellsAndanearthAs this strange dream he I dreamed said he that I was king luIdomaInt came leIt With all my majesty j But when I awoke arrayed was ImJ In my old Jesters suit tongueThelaughedAndreignedA gWhocrowntI king laughs now that wept before6 seems a slave set freeo jlTh all the courtiers puzzled askmSay what Is majesty j Dally News t fvg KIDNAPPED MILLIONAIRESj Streetrt and the Tropics 4 c By FREDERICK U ADAMS tIal J l Vop7ilgbl 1i by Loth lublIhIn Compisy lflbtsreri4 CHAPTER XX COXTIXUED They must see the white flag on i c this cliff he said to himself They c were not three miles away Mr Cnrmody stOOl on the highest point j I nnd waved his handkerchief Nearer and nearercame the ship He fired 1 the rifle again and again Could they h see him Would they understand 51 J He plainly saw the lifeboats and the hart house of the oncoming vessel 1 1 r Her jnnsls rocked graccfuly in the swell of the ocean He saw the jibs t r flutter in the fresh breeze The a bow nwiiijf to starboard the long 1 hull of the ship stood for a moment I broadside to the shore the huge It sails flopped in the wind ns she 3S J came about they flattened as the I ship obeyed the rudder the masts I 1 careened and steadied the foam t showed white at her bows and the 4 ship stood away to the northeast MrIQjrniodv- F tir saw without the uC ofa glass nud could see the faces of the sailors ns the ship stood broadside the moment before she again yejit outocaThey are scoundrels to pay not11a hecd to a flag of distress he pa i St recededTthe northeastern horizon It was a itsnd awakening from a happy dream t how often we sail proudly by LifesSp marooned arc on islands in every me Jropoils The battered hulks of huha i i manit down In and ilSy tossed sailors unable to breast lifes i tC tempestuous seas perish on societysc f t V coasts nnd no lifeboat puts i shore The wrecker burns his false rockstThe Jndlgnatioi of Mr Carmody ttfvns shared by his companions butTtS dfr rV regarded it as n hopeful rthattwo ships already had been seen t from the rocks This proved be yorl doubt that these waters were Ill i fie entrd bv traffic and ihprp was fte ft i Bwm i f TOigut Il their 1If illI trescIc Sunday yes observed a day of It j rrBtr Xo work other than the rou l1 i i4itflO of housekeeping was performedc r J1tb aft rnhon Sidney b3ckrea finetILwas excellent Mr Rockwell rend aloud mnclek18hortnddressln wliicli he said Is hey bad reason to thank Providence i for having protected them In many IS w perils on land anti sea lie followed whichpIlls f manifold blessings and Invoked Illsa1 nthlsjtuncc jn their future 11 0 fn gtft J y CHAPTER XXI- TH13if i BUILDING OP TUB JUMPING t 4i JUPITER t J Jorkon the boat proceeded with3 jI y great rapidity Under the supervi foundationjservedc34 lOWItAofthe timber was carefully tested IoikjRTlmentH showed that the timber f + did nOt1sis the IIroltfrlllecific f graity tnIlstainthet weight of a J tKkln masts pod the eight voyagers plllufjjojiiparlrnents They therefore built iBtltlmtrl a44simmn Every five feet It was braced with cross timberH This framework Sf2 WtlS constructed on logs which r served as rollers They floored It l J t 1 oyerrwith the seasoned timber which atorettanelit i ill abundance in resinous trees Upon 3tF 4 this foundation they erected the InJlure Into the lake i ttJj c t Zf lh Sylvester Vincent solicited theI tz honor of naming the boat He ar l1t 11 gued that he was the youngest mem her of the party and the most in tJ nocent Ills request was granted forrI jf 1 he held a quart bottle of mineral o iSc5 Water white with the other 4ie clung 7rt fb v to one of the uprights At a signal bJocbbefd j r mjid the tllowstarteddovn the incline Tilery seas a four foot drop from ijid rQclc to the water With in o1 urasiiig mom ltl1n the slnctin i r IlJ fewji the slHBtinjf surface iSiii f i iPj d f2L1ii5 Xii ft V U 1 t1tiI Xl r ij4TJq o 4 r fi 1 j fV1i SS 0 W ailiIlt ht1t s 5iC t H tiSt 1 I r t j 1J11 the of- the rock the forwSFoTend Ifved At that instant the ntlrtJncentsmashed the bottle against t Jc upright x 1 1name thcc Ul11pilg Jupi tea The t4SIbow went 13 fp et under water L Sylvester cent went with lt In the vr t wave and loam r Vlnrot ij the surface near the er i he raft He was badly olldnnd for a tnor ni entikl cd and gasped for breath xut he was soon on his feet and was game to the core The raft was a hundred yards from shoreTalk about your toboggan slides shouted Vincent as he raised the broken bottle in the air That bents Coney Island 1 name ee Helen CalmodIHold on there yelled Mr Kent You naiurd that boat The lump g Jupiter before you went below to your first name or you will queer the ship The Jumping Jupi t is n good name Mr Carmody laughed uproariously You gentlemen planned to pay y daughter a compliment and I thank you for it he said It is just as well There is a yacht named after Helen So we will stick to the name which Mr Vincent first select ed It is an euphonious title and I hope it will bring us good luck Lets o out and help Vincent tow ihi ttmping Jupiter back to the dock flay by day The Jumping Jupiter grew in size if not in beauty Her miliwas divided into eight compart eats anti these were sheathed antImade as airtight as possible top of them they built a 24foot cabin ith a storeroom and some rude bunks From opposite ends of the cabin arose two short masts At night they Vorked on the sails and finally produced two triangular ones sewed together from the window awnings which had been found in the bungalow Those were rigged lateen wise with a long yard fashioned from a bamboo pole It was decided to abandon the lookout on the rock nti to concentrate the entire working force on the bunt A long oar was pivoted at time rear to serve ns a rudder and an extra one was made for use in case of accident On the bow they constructed clumsy but r r MR VINCENT AROSE TO TIlE SURFACE windlass as a capstan to lift he anchor A 500pound rock of irregular jagged formation was pro vided as aa anchor Mr Kent suggested the use of the gold images for this purpose but was greeted with so firm a refusal from Simon Pence that he was overruledaOn Tuesday General Superintend nt Vincent announced that they ad overlooked the fact that Mon ay was recognized in nil civilized countries ns wash day lIe found pon investigation that the table an hamber linen needed cleaning He was reluctant to assign anyone to this duty but offered his services if he could have nn assistant M- iockwell promptly volunteered hey found a big wash ahead of them but tackled it with cheer and energy There were no tubs in the bbungalow but there were plehty c ifslargs casks which when cleaned erv d as wej Sidney Hammond teei in riiking to fafrlw ef lectivi va8ird with t piano ii a pint of iTHl lank VJthciiiy tfsOl1piLl hoi r he jnultimillionaire and th Ii ago promoter were soon hard at vorksThere was an abundance of rope and they stretched their clothes lines back of the binjjalow When ready withjthc first basket of washed occupledLJplumaged birds who were disput jabberingaway hut they returned as soon Is t sightA II napkin still made fur the tallest ree Vincent arrived just in time o save a tablecloth from being torn to pieces by these banderlogs Itwas then decided to hang out no clothes until all of the washing was done and then to stand guard until it was dried They accomplished t hjir task before eight oclock In scrupuloushOlscwifemlght in their work but it was good enough for a man ns Vincent ex pressed It Those who have followed these chronicles of the abducted million aires may have noted nn absonceof complaint or remonstrance at their fate It is a matter of record that from time time Mr Morton failed to sere Walter Ik Hester until Capt Waters from their purpose tic sub ject of the kidnapping or We Ifli deals curineOted with It never we remade the subject of discussion TO a nun they accepted the situation which had been thrust upon them with that Imperturbable composure which defies the caprices of fate or circumstance Every one of time six multimillionaires had interests at stake hardly to be measured in money but they preserved an unruffled mien and deported themselves as if abduction were one of the common events of life provided for in the ytalkeda city within easy reachof Mor ton Bay and the Ilestor Bungalow and acted as if on a pleasure trip rather than the marooned victims of a air of indifference was not as sumed It was second nature to generationothumnnitys most merciless battle field They had lived in an atmc phere of tumult They had waged eVerthreateninGtrained themselves to meet crises with placidity and to float on the resistless tide of fortune with an even iced ever alert to take advantage of the first change of wind or went It er Adversity was but an incident to be calmly studied and fcolyed of no tFI jC e s r such are the postgraduates of Wall Street ThmdnytholStleven course of events on Soial Isl andIn the bluishgray of dawn six of tho colony renewed work on The Jumping Jupiter Light misty clouds obscured the eastern nky and a vapor hung over the lake As the sun mounted the heavens this fog slot lyliftedMr was working on the bow of the boat laying the flooring which served as n deck lie paused a moment to rest anti looked out to boySomethingshaded his eyes with his hand What is that ho exclaimed pointing in the direction of the ronk where Mr Pence had so narrow nn escape All eyes were turned to the poiiit indicated by Mr Rockwell In thbfreshening morning breeze a nan gular white flag fluttered from tho ledge of rocks What does that mean said Skidney Xo one here has placed a on that rock Mr Pence and Mr Haven were aIwork in the bungalow They sent for but had no knowledge of partyhadday Certain it was that the flag 11rljItnot have escaped notice Lets investigate this said Sid cautiousile and brought back four rifles Mr Kent Mr Morton and Mr Vincent Avero selected to accompany him and they were soon on the raft and down the bay They circled around the rock from a distance but saw no sign of human beings There seemed to be- n pile of boxes and packages on tho apex of the rocks We will go in said Sidney Mr Kent and I will keep a lookout Mr Morton and Vincent pushed tho raft forward and they swung In back of the rock It wns low tide Xho first thing that attracted their atten tion was a 15foot yawl or dingy wen upon the shore with its painter wrapped around n tree This boa wns brand new not a scratch simon ing on its varnished sides Th I handles of its four oars showed no traces of having been used It waa such a boat as four men could safe ly use in ordinary weather nnd specially fitted for service on such a reach of water ns Mortons flayI A hurried examination revealed no name and gave no clue to the manu facturcr It was a model from which thousands have been made On the brow of a rock was a pill of boxes and cases Time flag floated uphyflag was a tab or card such as express companies use tied firmly to th I flagstaff Mr Morton read the in scription It was as follows On board the Shark May 18th To Messrs Palmer J Morton An dma Carmody John M Rockwell Simon Pence R J Kent Hiram Haven Sidney Hammond and L Syl vester Vincent guests of Hestorla Is land and Bungalow with the compli ments of WALTER B HESTOR Two of the boxes were heavy and water was dripping from them An examination showed that they were packed with ice There were 15 boxes The yawl was pushed into the water nd loaded with as much of the freight as could safely be carried The remaining boxes were placed on the raft The beach being clear the tide was at its ebb Mr Haven and Mr Morton walked along the cliffs and back to camp Sidney rowed the yawl and Vincent took charge of tho raft Aided by a favoring breeze he made good time The boxes were de posited on h4LThThcJumiingV lively v tents h umt tealt V i AheseiotlrThe meat wits in excellent condition a daysTheretables lettuce strawberries radishes and all the garden luxuries of that temptIngwas lit his glory Then there were cases champagne a box filled with pickles table sauces oils etc There was a sjipply of fresh meat and vege tables sufficient to last a week or ten days even if the castaways used nothing from the boundless resource of time Island A sirloin steak will taste good again said Mr Kent as he ham mered the top from the last box Hr displayed to view a top layer of the latest magazines Then he found a number of new books and a vaired as sortment of May publications In the bottom of the box were copies oi newspapers There was a rush loi these papers There were copies of the New York papers dated from May 2d te irEayleans papers as late as May 14th In addition to these were copies of Chi cago and Philadelphia papers from the time of their departure from New York up to dates comparatively re cent Gentlemen said Mr Rockwell after ten minutes had elapsed we have read enough to Indicate that none of our families has suffered from death or serious ilhesa uptime to time these papers were printed We can postpone a study of less im portant matters until our mornings work is done Let us proceed to our task and do our reading later This suggestion was agreed to and Vincent carried the precious box to time bungalow The news from the great outside world from which they were separated acted as a stim ulus to their energies It was near ly 11 oclock before Mr Carmody gave the signal to cease and they returned to the big dining room where a tempting dinner awaited them ITO Be Continued Doth Had Difficulties Ella Wheeler Wilcox is in constant receipt of letters begging for finn fl cial assistance literary advice and gratis poems Our people read one of the let ters want to carpet their new chutch They are going to give ar entertainment next month Will you please send a poem suitable for the occasion We cannot pay you bu we will remember you Our people are poor and it is hard for tbein to make both ends meeft The answer from the poeteso con tamed the following- In poetry as in other walks of life It is difficult to make ends meet I cannot assist you but in our mi tual difficulties J hope for our mutual tw ccss nJ L1tir I fttJ 71io 4 r 4 b CURTISJETTCAUGHTI Ts Charged With the Assassina tion of Attorney 3Iamnu He Was Found at His Mothers Home and Made No Shov o Resistance Landed in Jail at Win chester Lexington Ky May ItThe cap ture of Curtis Jett charged with the assassination of J B Marctim In Jack on Monday was accomplished with out bloodshed at 3 oclock Sunday morning Ho Is now In the Clark county jail at Winchester Bearing warrant which had been sworn out y Sam Jctt uncle of the accused Sheriff McChord and a posse of seven left Winchester at midnight SaturdayS eaching Jacksons Ferry istant at 240 a m they put away their buggies anti crossed tho Ken tucky river to Madison county abovo n canoes They proceeded on foot to the home of Mrs A Haggin Jells mother two miles from the ferry Six of the posse were stationed about the dwelling and Sheriff McChord antI Deputy Stokelcy approached tho front door and rapped Jells mother answered anti after some parley admitted that Curtis was with- In At length they were admitted and found Jett awake but still in bed He shook hands with the sheriff and said that he would give no trouble Reach- Ing under his pillow he drew out his pistol which was nothing less than a baby rifle and turned It over to his mother to keep He made no show cit resistance and was landed in jail Winchester at a m Jells step father charges that when Jett are rived at his house Saturday evening from Jackson ho proceeded to draw his pistol and give him minutes In which to get out of time neighborhood Hnggin went to Richmond and SWO out a warrant charging Jett with breach of the peace by assault with a plsioiaSeen in the jail Sunday Jett was communicative on all matters save the killing of Marcum Ill get out of this all right was the only statement he would make that could bo construed ns a reference to the charge He said he wanted to be tried in Brealhllt He was bitter in denouncing his un cle who had him arrested and said that the score would be evened up when he was at liberty When asked In reference to the statement that flvo men would testify that lie killed Mar cum he simply sneered and replied Whats that to ouZ To Sheriff Mc Chord he was equally noncomniunlcat lire as to the Marcum tragedy Jett is 2S yearse of age athletic in build with deepset keen eyes and has bushy red hair That ho submitted to arrest ita an agreeable surrriscr to the officers who feared an encounter Tett denied that he drove his slcp father from home He will be ar reigned Tuesday and it is supposed will be transferred to the Jackson district for trialaNINE CONVICTS ESCAPED Portion of State Prison Kitchen at Flat Top Mines Burned Birmingham Ala May llA por tion of the kitchen of the state prison at Flat Top mines 25 miles from this city was burned Saturday night and nine convicts escaped Going to the railroad station nearby the convicts robbed the telegraph operator and left him tightly bound The signal light dwassouth on the Southern to stop The operator was found and released One of the convicts has been captured and the superintendent of the intact sayu e others a located and he expe Tture them Ihlhewxl twentyfou jirs J EXPLOSION OF GAS Man and Wife So Badly Burned They Died a Few Hours Later Buffalo N Y May 11 Herman 1r Blasdell of North Collins a former assemblyman after whom the town Blasdell N Y Is named and his wI were so badly burned in a fire which started from an explosion of gas and which destroyed their home Sunday that they died a few hours later An adopted son who was tho only other occupant ot tho house at the time of the explosion was slightly burned Famine In China HongKong May 11 Famine Is widespread In the province of Kwang Si and husbands are selling then wives and children to obtain food The govcfnor of HongKong is organizing relief measures Murdering Christians Constantinople May 11 Consulai dispatches received here from Monas tic European Turkey say tho Muss UI mans and Turkish troops are murder ing Christians in the suburbs of tha Christian quarter of the town Gen BadenPowell Denies It London May l1Wlth reference to the rumor that be Is engaged to marry Miss Daisy Loiter daughter of L E Leiter of Washington and sister 01 Lady Curzon of Kedleston Maj Gen BadenPowell has written that he haa never even seen Miss Lellcr A State of Siege Proclaimed London May 11A Salonlca correspondent cables that there are ten for elgn menofwar In the harbor of Sa lonlca A state of siege has been proclaimed and Turkish troops are guard- Ing every square yard of the town Levying Increased Duties London May llTbe Taotal ol New Chwang cabled the Dally Malls correspondent at Shanghai is levying Increased duties on imports This Is being done It Is believed at the Instl gallon of Russia in order to divert trade to Port Dalny Two Killed In An Explosion Hartford Ct May 11Two persons are dead and one In a serious con di tion as a result of an explosion at tbo home of Edward L Rowe in Rocky Hill The explosion was caused by whale oil boiling over Royal Betrothal London May 11The betrothal of Prince Andreas fourth son of King George of Greece and Princess Alice t eldest daughter of Prince Louis of Bat tenburg Is officially confirmed It was arranged at the time of King Edwards coronation Heavy Fire Loss Ottawa Ont MaY11A fire sus pected of being of incendiary origin Sunday afternoon and evening destroy ed hundreds of houses nnd millions ot feet of lumber in this city The losa is placed at 600000 J ti J L THE JAil SURROUNDED Mob Violence For a Time Was Threatened at Fremont 0 Otto Mischke Shot andKllled By One of Three Negroes In His Doorway They Became Angered Over a Womans Question Fremont 0 May n1Iob violence which was threatened In this city Sat urday night as the result of tho alleged killing of Otto Mlschke by one of three Negroes subsided at 4 oclo Sunday morning The three Negroes who are charged with the crime are securely locked in tho city jail at Norwalk and tho excitement that was ram pant for several hours Saturday night has about subsided From 1 oclock until 4 oclock Sun day morning the Jail building was surrounded by the angry crowd calling upon Sheriff Mason to deliver the prls oners For an hour or more the sher iff stood on the front steps of his resl clence and admonished the threatening crowd to be careful and quiet and not commit an act that would forever shame Fremont In the eyes of the world Sheriff Mason said he had ta k liendo It he would and he said he would shoot the first man who made an attempt to break down time jail door and enter the building For fear of further trouble during the day and Sunday night Mayor Eng Icr ordered every saloon In the city closed The Negroes gave their names a Wheeler Kimbro Walter Stratton an Lorenzo Martin Martin and Stratton had loaded revolvers In their posses SIbn Sundays story of the tragedy Is t the effect that the Negroes who were In the street were offended at a ques tlonof Mrs Albert Gommcll as to whoa they were Mrs Gommcll was on her way home with her husband and chll dren imtt c 1ametalk was about a bullet struck him In the stomach Inflicting a fatal wound TRAIN DERAILEDi The Engineer Killed and Seven Persons InjuredS Knoxvllle Tenn May 11Southeriiipassenger train No 12 Knoxville at 935 a m for Ashcvllle N C jumped the track about noon Sunday one mile west of White Pine Tenn The train consisted of engine combination express and mail car baggage car m tiny coaches and two s lee 1 railed except tho seepci Siobert B Hollo man of Knoxvllle was caught be neath his engine and crushed to death Of the Injured all of whom were pain fully hurt Sylvia Smith is the worst injured she may die The train was running 30 miles an hour when occurred No cause can I assigned for It The rails were torn up for 200 feet and a delay of over six hours occurred to travel THE REICHLIN MURDER Unknown Man Offers 4000 Reward For Detection of the Murderer pLorainname Is withheld Sunday sent 4000 to J J Mahoney of the Knights of Columbus of this city to be offered as n reward for the detection of the mur erer of Agatha Reichlin which occurred a week ago Thursday night This sum w1j1 be added to the 11000 already red by the county More mono i1be asked of the friends of rV Txiralnand Iifw ujt i1 ni und a- ttheiebir1li Id tt cevexpo rlenced detectives to woiic pon tha case A detective from a Clsvelant agency has arrived to take up the clues that are believed to be worth followingjFLUTTERED OUT OF A WINDOW A Check For 21000 Picked Up By 9 FlagmanORahway N J May nIt became known Sunday that Patrick Moore a flagman at the New Brunswick avenue crossing of the Pennsylvania railroad found n Wednesday a check for J2U 000 which fluttered out of a window 01 the Long Branch express as It passed through here The check was drawn on the Merchants national bank of Chicago In favor of Mrs Isabella Stewart but the name of the maker was un decipherable The check was turned In to the lost property department ol the railroad Secretary Hitchcock Sulphur Springs I T May 1L Secretary Hitchcock and party Inspected the government reservation here Sunday He was driven over the res ervatlon by the citizens Later an In formal reception was held Dredging Companies Combine Chlcago May 11Twenty dredging companies of the t lakes have combined in an association and Moh day will open offices in Chicago with F B Daugherty of Duluth formerly a member of the Minnesota senate as manager Death of Banker Fahnestock Baltimore May 1lDerlck Fahne stock head of the banking firm of D Fahneslock Co and for a numboi of years president of the Baltimore stock exchange died Sunday Mr Fahneslock was 82 years old Effort to Settle the Strike Failed Chicago May 11All efforts to reach a settlement of the laundry strike at a meeting Sunday between the special committee of the employes and the employers failed of results and a disruption of the ranks of the em ployes association is expected Rain Fell In Torrents Downs Kan May nRaln han been falling In torrents for more 12 hours causing the Solomon river to overflow Its banks Business houses are under water and boatmen are row- Ing through the streets Became a Bridegroom Anderson Ind May nWlth a bullet in his best arm Joshua Swinford shot by a policeman while resisting ar rest early In the week Sunday became a bridegroom for the second time His bride was Miss Rose Shaw a farmers daughter A Student Drowned Troy N Y May 11Charles W Sherrerd of Scranton Pa a student In the senior class of the Rensselear Polytechnic Institute was drowned here Sunduy in the Hudson while ca noeing Thu craft upset In a squall Tf lJ2ft rr 77 Z a Frf i t t ftU tS1 STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS 1 r WILL SEND TROOPS Militiamen to Guard the Witnesses Be fore the Grand Jury at Jackson Jackson Ky May 9Clrcult Judge Rcdwine left Friday for Salyersville Magoflln county where he Is to open he May term of the circuit court Mon lay He will continue all cases pos sible anti hurry through the week so is to return here the last week In May when a special term of time circuit ourt will be called to take up the tend cases The regular term of the Brealhllt circuit court begins June L This will give him a full week for time eud cases GO Bcckham has assured Judge iledwlne that he will send him all the nilltla necessary and It Is probable hat a battalion of the Second Infant y and a battery of the First artillery g ill be sent With ample military jroteclion witnesses can be brought e fore the grand jury and as the as sassins of Marc m Dr Cox and Jas ockrell are all known to many in ctments arc certain Meantime an unknown representa ivo of Gov Bcckham is keeping that ixccullve In touch with the situation ind should there be any outbreak he will find a wato act without walt ng for a request from County Judge argls DIthelMatter Be Complied With IFrankfort Ky May 9The state I department has received from the Italian consul at Chicago a equest for an Investigation of time al cgod murder of four Italian laborer it Regina Pike county this state The consul writes that affidavits ave been filed with him that tho la orers were under contract with C D Langhorn and that the contractor had guards stationed to prevent their csI ape from the camp County Judge Ralllff of Pike county has been dl by the governor to look into matter The judge says the Ital ians camp In a thickly settled section j 3f Ihe county and he doubts time trulh jf the murder charge THREE LIVES WERE LOST I A Mule Caused a Fatal Wreck on the Illinois CentraliHenderson Ky May 8A mule aused a disastrous wreck on time IDOls Central early Thursday morning Three lives were also lost owing lo he mules persistency in remaining on tho track devoted to the Illinois Cen tral traffic The train was a freight ind struck the mule while running a high rate of speed The train was Jcralled Into All belneathhis mangled corpse was taken from beneath tho debris Kentuckian Took Morphine CIhere from Louisville Ky took mor hine at his room onSouth Jefferson Friday night with suicidal in ent and will probably die He had been employed In Kiefabers restaur ant It Is understood that he recent Iy separated from his family in Louis vllle It Is supposed he brooded over Iho separation Wants 10000 Damages Lexington Ky May SAnnle B Nash through her attorneys Allen and Duncan filed suit In the circuit court here against the Lexington Railway Co for 1pOOQ damages The petlllon alleges that a tin or metal advertising Irtatcon the step of the car wns looef and caused her to fall while attempt ng to alight from the car severely In juring her Coopers Assign Louisville Ky May STho Staf ford Cooperage Co filed a deed of as signment The United States Trust Co was named as assignee The as signment was precipitated by a suit for 18000 on a mortgage on the plant at 122 Mellwood avenue filed by Rob ert Myer Aged Pastor Dead Newport Ky May 9Rev Gottlieb Brandstettner former pastor of German Protestant St Johns and SI Martins congregations of this theI died at the St Elizabeth aged 72 years Rev Brandstellncr was one of the oldest pastors in Campbell county At Versailles Next Year Georgetown Ky May 9The joint district convention of Sundayschools and C W B M auxiliary of the Christian churches of the Ninth district ad Journed Mrs J C S Bronough of NIcholasvIIle was elected district man ager for the en Shot By the gyearIOlive huh Ky Jordan it is charged was Is thought fatally wounded at Denton thlgcounty by Alf Reeves postmaster at that place The trouble was brought about by remarks that passed between the wives of the two menIDied In Missouri Lexington Ylfay 9A telegran to Dr N R Simmons from his son G B Simmons of Raymore Mo an flounced the death there of the latter wife who was Miss Marie Hamilton1 of Bath countySSuccessful Carnival Closed Harrodsburg Ky May SThe Odd Fellows street fair and carnival whicH has closed here was decidedly a sue cess financially for the Monigomety lodge of Odd Fellows of this place i iney made about 100 per day net as their share of the profits Merchant Is Bankrupt Owensboro Ky May 8 Talbott Dalton a merchant of Russellville Ky filed a petition in bankruptcy Thursday His liabilities are placed at I371S3 He claims assets amounting to Acquired Oil Property Barbourvllle Ky May 8 Howard Flannlgan representing a syndicate of eastern capitalists has acquired the property of the Stinking Creek Oil Co- In the Rlchlaml field consisting of the Epperson lease together with four producing wells Beckhams Uncle III Bardstown Ky May SJohn Crlpps Wlckllffe an uncle of Gov Beckham sad one of the oldest and most prom sent citizens of Nelson county Is very lIat his home here as the result of maraivalsS 1 KENTUCKY LIFE INSURANCE The ThirtyFourth Annual Report oil the Commissioner Frankfort Ky May 7The 3411 annual report of the Kentucky corn mlssloner of insurance on life insur ance written In the state was Issued Wednesday It shows that the corn panics operating In Kentucky had ir for at the beginning of the year 4698 policies Insuring 17136207780 Thej issued during the year 17G403 policies Insuring 584597947C there ceased lo bo In force during the year 72G1E policies in policies Insuring 2993G 51946 leaving In force December 31 1902 350773 policies Insuring 199 88535316 p 1anics9fi22 704 and time losses tnd claim paid 231268848 saysRebatInghas reached such a state that stringent measures must be resorted lo and t stop put to this manner of procuring b in literestsdissatisfaction among the policy boldScrs some of whom at the same agf and same plan of Insurance pay twic as much as others for the first year p rotectiontPROHIBITIONISTS NOMINATE Cot T B Demaree Chosen as Theli Candidate For Governor Louisville Ky May 7After a live ly afternoon session which developed several sharp tilts over the platform the Kentucky prohibitionists nominal ed a state ticket Wednesday night and adjourned Majority and minority ro ports were presented by the platform commltlee Wednesday afternoon Th majority report contained bnly a dec laration for prohibition The minority report contained an additional plant favoring female suffrage The major ity report was adopted The ticket nominated was as followsmGovernor Cal tenant governor O T Wallace treas urer J A Barrall attorney general Judge William Stone secretary ot state Charles Brevard superintend cot of public Instruction Miss H E auditor R Sid Easlln corn riilssioncr of agriculture C L Ham nermanHE READS THE BIBLE WifeMurderer Wm McCarty Will B Hanged Next Friday Lexington Ky May 9One wed from yesterday William McCarty the wife murderer will be hanged in the jallyard here McCarty who has beet reported as dying from consumptioi for several months is In good health apparenlly as the day he was arrest cd He spends most of his time Ii reading the Bible and says he is pre pared to die but fully expects to hay his sentence commuted to life imprls onmeht The death watch will ba sel over him the first of the comin week family Down With Measles Greenup Ky May 9The cntln family of Robert Haywood time Ty grts valley mall carrier composed o his wife and seven children are dowi with the measles Several other famt lies in the samo neighborhood an down with the same disease1 but at yet there have been no fatalities I Buying Kentucky Cost Lands Sergent Ky May Messrs J jj2pmimni 114 la capital t acres o ui xntf itvlu 7iley7ntyeipect W H a man Jjtth coking plant Two Contractors Stabbed Henderson Ky May 7John antI James Manlon tile contractors both seriously Injured Wednesday bj Charles Parker a Negro who had beet discharged Ho stabbed them several times then escaped Wants to Be Separated MIddlesboro Ky May 7t Bingham town a suburb of MIddlesboro with Inhabitants desires to sever Its corI sections with this city and magIsterial district and has petitioned the city council to that effect I Charged With Killing His Cousin Bafbourville Ky May 7issuedHughes has been arrested with the murder of his cousin James Hughes and brought here and place Sn prison The killing occurred In th Rlchland section of Knox county W J Slaters Appointment Louisville Ky May 7W J Slater manager of the Louisville office of Uu Postal Telegraph and Cable Co has been appointed superintendent of the Fifth district of the Postals south era division Probably Fatal Fight Albany Ky May 9Bosley Ashln hurst and Wesley Hootz got In a fighl over a young woman and Ashlnhursl knocked Hootz down Hoolr drew his revolver and shot Ashlnhurst in Ihf abdomen Inflicting a probably fatal wound Death of James Caldwell Newport Ky May 9James N Caldwell an old resident of Campbell county is dead after a long Illuesi The deceased was born near Cold spring in 1810 and has resided IE Campbell counly all his life Runnells Good Mile Lexington Ky May 7The good racer Runnells owned by J B Hag gin and now vln the training slablc of J A Stevens breezed a mile Wed nesday In 145 easy He went wroni last year while undergoing prepara lion for the Realization stakes Bitten By a Mad Dog Newcastle Ky May 7ItIrs Chas Robinson a farmers wife at Smith field was bitten by a mad dog Wed nesday afternoon She left trained ately for Chicago for the Pasleui trealmenl accompanied by Dr Swain Coal and Timber Land Sold Ashland Ky May 7 Allorneys Sal mon Wllholl this city Wednesday sold lo the Licking Coal and Lumbei Co 5881 acres of tImber and canne coal land in Morgan county for 11 per acre The company will begin op erallons ibis week Valuable Pape s Recovered Olive Hill Ky May 7Cbas Kitchen Son at Leon are in receipt of t letter mailed from Ashland Ky eon taming some valuable papers taken by robbers who blew open tIme safe jc their store early Sunday mornlug 1Z5el- S J 4 SS eaLIJ a 11 P 5f SS THE PINKHAM CURES jlTL1KThO MrsFrances Stafford of 243 E 14th St NY City adds her tes timony to the hundreds of tfaft sands on Mrs Pfnkhams files 4 When Lydia R Pinkhams Reme 3 Jdies were first introduced skeptics all over the country frowned upon i their curative claims but as year after year has by and tho ttle group of women who had been by the now discovery has ince grown into a vast army of hundreds of thousands doubts and skepticisms have been t away s by a mighty flood until today he great good that Lydia E 4Plnklmms Vegetable Compound 1iand her other medicines are doing among the women of America is attracting the attention of many of our leading scientists physicians 1J a JtMeritwise therefore is the woman who 7mv for a cure relics upon Lydia E PlnIclmmsVcsctal lc ompound A Look Into the Fntarr Yet said time eminent merchant ai heIwallowed a tabloid beefsteak1our ances tors were an They certainly were awcnted the other gulping down a pill containing two g f RuginsurequentlyS vs To Australia railroaiitriptransPacific iteamship lines to thefarEastSfcatureofgreatenpopularity cago Northwestern fly have recently character s nection with their Overland Service to the theRoyalOceanic S 8 Cos Line the direct route to San Francisco These circuit tour ticket are sold at very low rates The transPacific service has grown and improved very rapidly in recent flyears and tourists trip filied with I scenes of picturesque interest not equaled 4in the old journeys made by tourists IhroL li England and on the continent lime transcontinental train service and 3 ofthe g required for these journeys is much lessthaneverbcfore fIman4someand have a good time Pillsburg patch The Department of the Chicago It NorthVestern Railway has two very attractive folders covering the details of the to Los Angeles on account of theXPresbyterian Assembly and Id and other on ac count of the Christian Endeavor at DenverSAnyone interested in either of these NorthWesternLinemation they contain is of a character to be of much value to the prospective traveler v Naggsby Do you believe absence makes heart grow fonderj Ye but Ive found that with most girls preaSeats are a good deal more effective more AmeriveStu Book On Sonlti Dakota A new book on South Dakota has just been published by the Chicago Milwaukee St it describes the agricultural and stock conditions in Ihe state gives the latest stock tells about tho present opportunities thereandmswellmilUt trated Sent on receipt of two cents for postage F A Miller 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THE FLESH POTS OF EGYPTttA tt ISRAEL A PGUPL OP THL UNSANCTlrlltD BELIEVER Srnton by tile Highway and Byway Preacher J riI1r3 l I Chicago Sunday May 10 13 TextAnd the children ot brut saIdat Would to God we had died by the of the Lord In the land of Egypt ancst we sat by the flesh pots and when we did eat bread to the full then 4ealdthe Lord Behold I will rain lircnil I from Heaven for you Kvodus 1631 I No these things were our examples 1 to the intent that we should not lust after evil things as they ao Iusted1 Cor IlJrecord of the S J children of Israel lives to this day 3 t J that it may teach + 4 us of the way ward net t b horn ness anti I SbIiiiiiues of the luiinun heart and i t the faithfulness jtlitpatience and generous cure 5ofGod for Ins hldrell in nil ageti Is rael is a mirror which God holds up fo us to look into It Is a mirror which l has the penetrating power of flucoX ray rind reveals in the human arII a llbO e i olislicl surfnie catches the light of and reveals God in all HiK full us took into this mirror that 1e11endrink in the picture which God t of the redemption of His peo bondage of Ills leading deliverances of Ills care for them and of His wonderful patience with them in their waywardness and a rebellion And as we Iit before the a picture may we learn its lessons for the e thin were our examples or allI1itIIc1Igiirea4 should not lust after evil things at f1 they also lusted On the night on which death The Py full ruitagn of sin reigned in Egypt itIandwhen the children of Israel had k fbeen delivered from that death by tin r 7 of the lamb sprinkled upon the I Intel and side posts of the door Gotfiby the hand of Motes led them 4 of the land of bondage towards the 3llromlsed land The unregenerate Mn neT dwells in the land of bondage tto iloin The death angel hovers over J r land for the wages of sin is death fIJ The tout that abides there is lost 4 lInt should he laced the warningolstit s God and flee to the refuge tr has been sprinkled the blood of the z iamb of lad he is wfe and then F will begin his march towards me promised land Satans forces will hotly pursue and try to draw back his i iIaVes to the old land of sin but Godb hand will deliver Difficulties will be met with in the journey There will be weLr marches and little ivat thabut nll of these experiences will beI given only to stir the soulluI to eageree ness to gain the promised land fullest blessings in Christ Jetaafr SOME Itiblc cxegetcs in interpret the history of Israels bondage deliverance wilderness journey and IoaCesslon of the llromlsed land as figures illustrating the spiritual life have held the wilderness journey as a type of the Christian walk in this life the crossing of the Jordan as a type of death and the possession of q the promised land as tetting fortitethe sOultt eternal dwelling Heaven but there are so many dif iculttes In the way of such Interprefa tion and it fails to harmonize in so thI1p i7 thin lifeand of Heaven that we are j inclinecflo aecep tc of other commentators who iuthat the wilderness journey is mype alS crossing of the Jordan typifies fun 7 surrender to God and the possession of the promised land illustrates the I sanctified and victorious life of theIsaint Some of the difficulties which pre sent themselves against the reasona blencss of the firstnamed intcrjaa eta lion are that the crossing of the Jordan marked the beginning of rcaIf conflict with evil and the 7 God while death marks the ole o f the soul from the scene of conflict with evil and the enemies of God ih this world to the bliss and peace and J jQolIleaTtll1 The promised land was filled with the enemies of right r t cousness Heaven cannot be such a place The promised Ian4 was tbofEcene of desperate fighting but no such conflicts await the saint in t Heaven while on the other hand in S this life the sanctified saint is the one who hatbe most desperate fight ing to do against the enemies of Ood Satan is not troubling very much with I f the saints who are wandering around in the wilderness butwh nthey eros SJ over into the promised land of th I v consecrated and sanctified life In Christ Jesus then lIe begins his bitter and relentless warfare The promiseld land witnessed the n God of Ills children their indulgence 1 ii idolatrous worship their punish t incut by famine and pestilence and tbelletperieneear MO visedpromised Jand typified Heaven would indicate that Moses sin would keepI him out of Heaven but we know tTTat 5 Moses entered into Heaven having 4 escaped death through the pjwer uf the blood Also we cannot harmon lie the fact of the death of nil the children of Israel over 20 years uJ I age during the wilderness wanderings 74s excefft Caleb and Joshua and Hoses with the thought that if the land typifies Heaven they were all lost for the IIhlldingof blood In lgJpt marked their redemption and they passed from the land of death t1 to life and liberty in God Rut en the other hand starting at the point where all Bible students are agreed 1 that the passover typifies the salva 4 J tion of the sinner the events in tire 1r wilderness and the final crossing over Jpto the promised land may allbe har f roonized with the experiences in the sk Christian life Those who erh1a id bsiandjr o s It the fuller and deeper expetences of the Christian life while those who finally gained the promised land typify the eaints who are sanctified and who in great faith a nd bplinebs begin the fisV 5n jhe way to the pottessionojnli ibeland J h r JI 5r sr J 2h t s1i a bfaithfulpe darieneessPair he exclaims 0 wretched man that I ami who shall deliver me from the body of this death he iud denly lifts his eyes and the vision of the promised land of the higher Chris titr iniumphantlythrough Jesus Christ our Lord And then in the eighth chapter ho glori ously unfolds the life of the saint who has entered the promised land of full blessing in Christ Jesus lie scale s height after height until at last all the possibilities of that promised Inc lie spread out in their rich beauty liii wide extent before him and he shouts e are more tilail conqueror through Him that lures us for I am persuaded that neither death nor life prineipalitlesnorpwI tot luherin teChristto return to the children of BUT and the circumstances and events surrounding our text Wonderful have been their experiences ing the month which has elapsed thule they escaped from slavery in Egypt The wind has plowed a pathway through the midst of the sea the wa ters with a mighty roar of judgment have swallowed up their relentless ene ies the wilderness tree lass yieiilems boughs to sweeten the es of Marah the lamp hns been made Elim under the sheltering grove of palm trees and beside the gurgling cool wells of water and there the weary people have rested How God always brings the soul to the oas s of Elim after the trying wilderness jo and bitterness of teth teolsof3tarahofnallymoves on and the children of Israel re enluctantlyinto the wilderness of Sin they g wards Sinai The way Is rough hard and the food they huvribxtnirlit incion and death but instead they were face to face with Gods full ness and bounty The barren sandy wastes of the desert were to spread the table and Heaven was to rain her br ch taildrennothing neither have anything over But notwithstanding that the cloud was still hovering over Iud leading em assuring them of Gods pres forgetting how the mighty han I thlelMaralsof Elim they take the last handfuls of corn from their bags and while the taste of the cakes madlitherefrom is still fresh ned sweet IIGthfir mouths they fan to worrying about the morrow and hating after the flesh pots in the land of slavery iheJhadgoes up from that camp and heal rebellious discord against the sliel eing guiding cloud of Gods presence is Would to God we had die by of dEgyptpots and when we did eat bread to e fu1lAnd Paul by T iom was w fohichh ajin that tlaiaw tJ mc rea of us to the infenV that we should ot lust after evil things as they so lustedoH liE redeemed but unsanitifiotl be liever stands before us ffhe blood f the Lamb Christ Jesus ihas been sprinkled upon the lintel and door posts of his heart and he has gone out of the land where darkness and death n Ipn He has had some lilWsefl ex Periences Oh the swcctnens anti je 13ju f those first days of the new life presence has been fet lie has d unerringly Tip has delivered I pressedhardmade sweet and the oul has rested in the shade of the date paliqs of Elim and drank of her refreshing Waters but the Lord leads the soul out into the pfa fter the f1e hIOS ofgJIt fbe faith which has dcliverrdaml tile hope which has led out towards the prom Ited land of a better life have been obscured and forgotten as tfpe strong pltasuresitsassocintes jt les gain the upper hand rhe mmt wildereig pplrItualet fleshly appetites hold ilSsoul at the worlds table OW lfcouldll ermurmurImpatieJ18ma7cment limidsttrr than the feeding of the Ltrd in the xvilderuets And while we marvel we orget that Israel is but a fipurt of us and plainly illustrates the spiritual fluondItionslives so often Hankering nf tor the fl lieeshpresent day Gods children dont etvvery far into the wlldernesq experi ences of the Christian life sometimeK before they begin to long for the iu diligences of the old life They forpet rdmanna of Gods bounty is as elIp better than the leeks and onions Egypt is life better than death a ndpHeaven better than earth Esau w astwilling to sell his birthright for a mess of pottage and the Christian sometimes is almost ready to give ISSt souls hope for the indulgence a fluIpleasure which the world has to otT ar ts wife hankering after the luxuries and pleasures of doomed Sodom looked back and with tile ionginglotcame lagging footsteps stud alkali which wereTaind ing upon the city fell also encrusted her and shewa ot1FSUS said No man p p jut J his hand to the plow anol kitb Wacken The children of Israel vt rot t for the Promised land ai t ier desires wereback In Ugypt r the p longing for the fleih pots Ijit i bad to ick A be alt disciplined out of them they could cross the Jordan anti witApossession of the land flowing theChrisl Jlodsthought and elIte aunt turning back in longing desire for the old life and the old indulgence The flesh pots e STEgypt strnd for the world and lb things of the world The Christian It no longer to be fed trout them rhe were all well enough while lIe was I ondage to sin and serving the Devil ut now that he has passed from the rkness and lentil of Egypt into the journey of the new life Jglltfllth a honoring to God and destructive of se lfoai cannot successfully bring the pleasures and desires of the world to the Christian life One or the her must be given up Jesus said Ye cannot serve two masters And Jrthn pleads Love not the world neither the thinps that are in the world For the world passcth away and the lust thereof hut he that doeth the will of God abidoth for pidwas it that tin children of WHY fell into this Mid condition this yearning for the flesh pots of Egypt l If we hUll pone into that cam I au thntfl anyg people we would have discovered least two reasons for their discos nt First they Und forgotten the orious laud for which they had set o thateyes off the cloudy pillar of Goels pre cnce and were looking into their meal baps And the Christian today falls into an error similar to that of the children of Israel when he forgets the high calling of God In Christ Jesus for which he has set out and which is real ized in the promised land of full BUT render to God nail when he takes his eyes off of the Lord and begins to look to tile meal bag of hiown pilltr1staean possessions and then the things of the old life Human na ture is ever the same Israel is ft fip lire of us The dreary wastes of the wllclerneis made them utterly forget the promised land of fullness towards which they were journeying and the backward look stunt out the vision of shemporary ticMiltllluii anti wr iiiiiifl the wilderness journey the eras Lath have to bear the trial we have to dure the failure we experience and e disappointment and discourage fromuiiiiiiti iiruii IIH good Insist lutiuiii which the soul is journeying and then steadof looking upward towardthe lls from whence coineth our help we lookwithin ourselves for comfort and satisfaction we turn our gaze bade w thardindulgences and is it any wonder that like the children of Israel w is Il to lusting after the flesh pots Egypt and murmuring against God Gods voice sounded out over BUT rebellious camp Oh what a God we have Instead abandoning ose ungrateful people instead of uding and punishing them He says Behold I will rain bread from Heaven GOllliaysfo laenventinodldays needs the gathering of the dayEnourish Israel The world can no loni hungersa ywsupply It will be only enough for tia Is doneday have melted the manna and robbed a fundsoullOr vent rain bread from Heaven r you Listen oh soul Is tis equrmur of discontent h ecipeakinglnthe isfand saying to you IhatHe ill feed you abundantly The needy Samaritan woman at Jacobs well was promised Living Water that would satisfy for ever The multitudes that had1 eaten of the loaves and fishes were pointed to the Bread of Life which could anti fy the souls hungerings and the LItg Water and the Living Bread in Heaven are for you and for me Le tfut stifle the hankerings after UICw d UeepWater Let us forget the flesh pots of the old life in the abundant and full partaking of the Bread of Liiretwhich God hives Then instead of murmuring we shall find the song DIliraise and rejoicing rising to our lip aarid Instead of the backward glance to ward the country of sin out of which we have been delivered by the mercy anti grace of God we shall be looking forward as the Lord leads out of the v o hfLiving Simply Living simply is by no menus sim i si Riiipleto the mere intense and effective life Wordsworth coupled plain living with hfgh thinking Effective earnest IiI ing makes us turn to simple things ungry men want simple food bon loons never take the place of beef sieak except to n lazy life If one who is forced by circumstances to ve simply thinks that he is confined iherfor to living narrowly and in effectively he is like the fool who thinks that he is shut out from the real Shakespeare because he has to have him in paper covers instead of velvet and gilt edges Get at tho heart and meaning of life and you ilI find its book is interesting read ing however it be boum1S S T imesUOverlooking Present nr lngm In our anxious care for the mor ow we fail to enjoy the blessings of fodayating but not realizing for as soon as we have reached a desired oint we see beyond us something o reach after which we believe to lieunecessary to our happiness If weIhave not the spirit of contentment Jfof today we arc likely to do the sum tomorrow thus making all our ays barren of the joy and satisfac ion which come from having madej Heywood the most of the days giftsLouit Striking a DalaoreIWe seldom in our moments of queliiI tioning try to strike a balance b ween the good and evil of life e remember the sonowa TIC forget the joys We blame God when misfortune comes we fbrget to raise Him for the days of peace Id- apiaiuuesBev C F Pattersona I V N ATTORNEY KILLED U Mnrcum Assassinated at the Jackson Ky Courthouse he Person Who Did the Shooting Unknown and Made His Escape During the Excitement That Followed the Tragedy afterheIng the contested election cases of B Lreathlttcum was shot and killed by an assassin lie fell In his tracks In the front entrance of the courthouse at Jack son and never spoke death being almost Instantaneous Ho fell within a few yards of where Town Marshall James Cockrell was shot down In July the assassin being stationed In the cc prMarcuruaIsts who are contesting for tho offices of county judge sheriff and other aces As a result of his efforts and s sympathy with the Cockrell faction in a feud ho had for a year been re siVarioushave been reported The bitterness of e leant somewhat abated however d the election cases were allowed to sleep until Monday Despite warnings Marcum felt safe In resuming his ii rruptedte practice some time ago and felt secure in filing a motion to reopen e eases which had Imperiled his life months before At 8 oclock Monday at m thJacksonHe walked from the clerks office to the front door of the court house and facing the street engaged In converse tion with Den Ewing a friend The corridor stretching out to his back was full of men The men had been talking about three minutes when n ot rang out In the rear of the corrl r Marcum staggered and as he sank to the floor another shot was tired The first bullet entered the ba an ddbody struck the door facing The next passed through the top of his head and was aimed as he reeled Tho w yayqu micklyno one seemed able to state accurately where the shots came fromgA dispatch from County Judge liar gls received at 830 oclock Monclaj night states that the assassin Is stll unknown after a dilligcnt search and no liMarcumsuntouched Men feared to approach fr tiiendspo site and from there taken homo Some say that the nsgassln Tau out of the rear door and It seems certain that he made his escape that way Iising the confusion It is believed that he was recognized by some but no n tiameevery ones lips Marcum was a trustee of the Kentucky state college United States com mlssloncr of his district and represented the I E railroad and other rge corporations He had practiced Breatnltt county for 17 years He had avoided feuds and until he took charge of the election cases had been a friend of all factions For three months beginning last July he did not leave hid home and after that Ic ramonths was always accompanied by hi ife and women friends or carried one of his children for protectionmMr Marcum a anI was no disturbance during the neral service lay Frankfort Kj May 7Gov ILel ham Wednesday Sttrrnoon or if ro cuestp threhensIonknown assassin of J B Marcum This the highest reward permitted b law IMPORTANT DECISION I A Court of Appeals Has Power to Issu i Naturalization Papers St Louis May 5The question of he right of appellate courts to natur alize aliens was passed upon Monday torhen Judge Elmer F Adams of the nited States district court decided the St Louis court of appeals had the power to Issue naturalization pa Owing to former decisions of he supreme courts of several states to contrary notably of South Caro nes and California the point has beer mooted one Warships Gathering Victoria B C May 5 Advices were received by the steamer Olympia which arrived Monday from Yoko ama that Chinese are hurrying from ew Chwang In alarm as a result of the dispatch of Japanese and British warships in consequence of tho non evacuation of New Chwang by tIIc- ussians Post Office Supplies Washington Jllay 5Blds were opened at the post office department Monday for furnishing supplies to the postal service for tho next fiscal year The bids Involve approximately J400 000 worth of supplies including an Item of 165000 for twineHVeterans Association Memorial Havana May 6The Veterans As toclatlonor Havana has addressed a memorial to President Palma and congress setting forth Its dissatisfaction with the delays in raising the loan to effect the payment of Cuban soldiers Activity Among Revolutionists Washington May 5lair Russell nited States charge at Caracas reports that there Is Increased activity among the revolutionists In Venezue la that Matos has joined the land orces and Is proceeding toward Caracas A Collision Inevitable Victoria B C May SThe Yoml n of Toklo says that in New Chwang Port Arthur Tallenwan and neighboring places a collision between apan and Russia Is considered inev at any moment The Money Recovered Sioux City 1aMay 5 Detectives or the United States Express Co have Oecoveredhe Britt la office Thursday Three thousand dollars was found under the ffice and 1OqO was obtained from a source not made public HeadOn CollisionO Pheadonof a Marquette passenger trains at May vllle two persons were killed and sev n were severely Injured The Injured re all trainmen rT I t ot i r JtTlPACIFIC SLOPE President Uoosevclt Heccivwl a I early Welcome to California SW CiasfrRedlandsInSpoke of the Possibilitiesfrof the West nedlaniln Cal May S President oCaliforniaicut GoY Anderson members of the state legislature Mayor Fowler of Ucdlands members of the state mllltla and of the Grand Army of the Rcpuh lie uniformed cadets organized socle bdrcnjtlon sitfriends formally welcomed the presihadent taPresidentth torongti aneste the Imlcon ineiltseated on a grand stand As the pre d spentw Thavedtional In airsbeamong other things said The young must be impressed wIt iiw tho Inca that whatever we have c rlisoil climate or conditions It must b e man who does the most toward aking a state or a nations a IlntIyour country your oranges your cUres your ranches your industr t y chourabove all on the quality of your cHI z flenaluipThe sight of these children con vinccs me of the truth of the statement just made to me by Gov Pardee when he said that In California there is no danger of race suicide You hav one well In raising oranges and I bo ove you have done better In raising children Children I have just one word for you and it will apply to the older people as well It is this When ou play play hard and when you ork dont at all Thats com mmonWhat strikes me most of all on this trip is that good Americans are ood Americans from one end of the land to the other Los Angeles Cal May 8Actlng under instructions from the secret service bureau at Washington the po ce Thursday arrested a man who is b throtherslate President McKinley No has been lodged against Czol gosz the police simply detaining the man on suspicion until after the president shall have left Los Angeles It said that Czolgosz has been living In los Angeles for several months working in a tamale factory His ac ons have not been out of the ordi ary sPresidentor the most restful Sundays he has encountered since his trip began In one of the most beautiful spots In Callfor nla two miles from the nearest city unhampered by curious crowds he had a chance to thoroughly rest and prepare for the coming week which promises to be one of the busiest of his journey His train arrived here t midnight but he did not leave Itnuntil about 9 oclock Sunday morning t that time Cal Ward and a detach ent of the Fifteenth Infantry who are stationed at Fort Monterey arrived at his ear After the president had greeted the colonel and his staff ho was driven to the hotel where he and his party had breakfast At the conclusion of the men the resident u dTimalLi17 nilt til along these aaar Pardee and some others of tiIC party drove over the route In carriages The weather was perfect and the trip was greatly enjoyed San Francisco May 11I M 3 Grafton the flagship of the British squadron of the Pacific with Adm Bickerford on board arrived here Sun day evening from Requlramault to ta part in the r ceptlon to President Roo33velt on Tuesday afternoon Tile appearance of the Grafton w is he signal for the firing of a deafenius salute In honor of the visiting admiral A feature of Tuesdays parade will be the part taken by the British sailors who will march side by side on Amcr i i S AtatesThere Is Trouble AheadALondon May 11Whlle addressing his party last Friday concerning Man churia says the Tokio correspondent of the Dally Mall In a dispatch Mar quis Ho hinted that there was trouble ahead MARKET REPORTT dCincinnatiCATTLECommon 3 40 g 440 Butcher steers 5 00 5 10 CALVESExtra 6 50 6 7- 5HOGSCh packers 6 65 80 Mixed packers 6 40 SHEEPClipped 4 65 4 75 LAMBSSpring 7 00 8 00 FLOURSpring pat 3 90 4 20IWHEAT No 2 red 7C CORN No 2 mixed 6 47 CORNNo2 mixed 44 YENo 2 5- 6AYCb timothy 17 00 POHKClcar family 19 75 LARDSteam 9 621A 9 75 IJTTERCh dairy 12y 14 AdPPLESFancyPOTATOESPer bbl 2 15 2 25 TOBACCONew 4 35 l11 50 Old 5 90 12 50 Chicago LOURWinter pat 3 50 0 3 60 WHEAT No 2 red 78 79 No3 spring 72 79 CORNNo2 mixed 44t OATSNo 2 mixed 351 3- 5YENoR 2 49 50 aLARDSteamNew York LOURWin strts 3 50 J 3 60 WHEATNo 2 red 82 4 5316OATSNo59yPORKFamilyLARDSteam 9 30 WHEAT No Baltimore 2 red 79 I CORNNo2 mixed 50i OATSNo2mlxed 40 42 CATTLEButchers 4 00 tl 5 25 OGSWestern 7 70 7 75 I LoullvllleIWHEAT No 2 red 7- 2ORNNo 2 mixed 46JA 47 IPORKMessLARDSteam 10 25 WHEATNo CORNNo2 IndlanapollI OATSNO i e tCo t rf tJ ivi t H SZk 5tLOVES THE PRAIRIES 911 s Ann Cray I Dclljchtcil with Her Western Camilla lluiuc Anna C Gray is a young lady to mcrly of Michigan She is now resident of Western Canada and iei following published in the Brown ty Mich Banner are extracts om a friendship letter writte lyiendster is given some idea of the climate contsunshine and happy homes Over ne hundred thousand mcrienJ haTematle Western Canada tlieirah ome within the past five years an in Ita jkeMiss Gray took her leave for Bids n frdse asjournuo writes of it as follows I know thshalllaveins and it seems wonderful to me see home after home for miles d it is becoming thickly settled all thejan stormy we have had beautiful ring weather evei since I eani e days are beautiful I call thi e maId of the sun as it seems I 0 always shining the nights are cold and frosty On here I chasthttlearc so pleasant and hospitable The DidsburJtheBaptist Eongellealshao burchnishcd costing 2500 They have a ea literary society here meets every two weeks They have fine mu si cal talent here Your friend ANNA C OKAY THE SIZE OF AMERICA SomethilnfT of a Jfntlon According to a Traveled Irlahnvan Description Col Abraham Gruber i the mater of ore Irish jokes it Is saul than any other an in town In making a speech at a rc tbeNewanAmericantraveled about this continent considerably returned home to Hibernia for a visit This is the way lie described his new country neo of his relatives begorrathotthe khtates jou wouldnt lave a m irik in e dirrt an you could lose Oireland inone them grreat inland oceans we boy piiaaat ri w getdcould hide her in an nobody could tell where von had put her except bcgorra fcr the badsmell the A Tight Sqaeese snatchedfrom whietUrpawed through Mrs Garrett suffered with a Cerebra pinal affection and had been treated bj best physicians t ut without the slight cst improvement the last twelve months two doctor were in constant attendance but she only grew worse and worse till she could not walk and did not have any power to move at all partheJerheartbrokenhourly expecting her death The doctors had given all hope and o one thought he couldossuhiy live In this extremity Mr Garrett sent foci box of Kidney Pills It wa a last hope but happily it did not fail Garrett used in all six boxes of the remedy and is completely cured She I am doing m own work now saysI 19 well as ever I did Dodd Kidney Pills certainly saved me from death Itesilly for Any Emergency HeIfsbould kiss you what would you o itnesBut if it should arise Id meet it face to factYale Record Laundering the Babya Clothes seriousinjuclothing1 oC an infant with stung waihiog- owders and impure soap r rea son it should laundered at hcffie under Soapethe ordinary wash shows cnrelessnem- sELEANO1I R PAHICER Not lice Ideal s doesheUelle generallyalongenllJ s phiaUecord Dont Get Footsore Get FdotEauew- onderful powder that curcined hot feet and makes new or tiehshoes Ak today for Allens tootEafc packageFilEEdthess Miss J1rtOh yes Ive had nine p NenuIndeedhimCalholicitandard To Gflre a Cold In One Day 011druggists getthet ewsar ntgligent It The Overland Limited solid train Chi UbionPacific shorterby tbebrigbtest veryarkTalebearers are just as bad as talemakcn Sheridana I G iMindcute or Infiaur- matcriRheumatism IfgCll1cs and cures prom IIJgllPrice 25e said OJIrxt 3 jf tb l 4 f 4 =Af J r FifPof I J LC 4 i trP 7 I rhIP j jif3 r v 5 a F fz S 0 Fn ti S Ytf J f 49 l q ftf ID O C T O R ENSOR STATE tilj dt I1fiii Su IT 1 Endorses the Catarrhal Tonic vPeruni r A Congressmans Letter tDr J F Ensor Postmaster of Colum biaS Clnte Superintendent and Phy AsylumymyselfforIng used and are now uslg the same with good results and upon the Information of others who have been benefited by It as a cure for catarrh nd an Invigorating tonic I can cheer refflion C W Butts exMember of Con press from North Dakota in a letter om Washington D C says That Peruna is not a vigorous well as an effective tonIc but also re of catarrh is beyond controversy bythey it I cannot too highly express mv- ppreciationa of its excellence C tV lltitts Dr R Robbins Muslcojjee I T W riteS Peruna is till best medicine I know of for coughs anti to strengthen a weak stomach and to give appetite Beside orderedfhcJpedhimit fits so many cases I have a large practice and have a ance to prescribe your Ieruna ope you may live long to do good toe sick and suffering Peopleicause One of the obscure causes of weakness and the one oftcncst over looked is catarrh Catarrh inflames the mucous mem rane anti causes the blood plasma to escape through the mucous membrane in the form of mucus This discharge I the shots count Rifle in that Is strike a good hard pene blow is the kind of will if insist on the mile iALL DEALERS SELL OP Duttu itii pm tii lb 111 Iss giau sa ig 5ttt5 kIZbt- is sh TI i 5asth515 lbs PC tur j11 WIkI are pkriijlisa sale anngsNtliI ins Sales bOl5434OUO I s Torty years ago ond after of use or the eastern coast Tower a Oiled Coats were introduced name has cone into such general use that it is though applied to may You want the o niirva ftj Look for the 5in of the FisHnd X the on the buttons iL peci a swxa surow j Nw fiOlD BY REPRE3Er4TATIVt it The WORLD OVER iii Robins re The greatest sprint tonic or by null for nctnt- arntnutscn ncof- 3Ulura t HAS FREE HOMES FOR of IOOOOO Amen are CONTENTED HAI PT aJDsac Wonderful yields of wheat and ober eralnv The betturuInK lands on the Magnificent climate plenty of water and fuel Rood schools railway fadlUle of 160 Acres FREE the only Charge for entry Send to the following for an Atlas and olderliter ttire as well a fur givinK you reduCedI alisay rates etc SuperlntuUent or Bratlon Ottawa or WILLIAUS Uoom Law hUg Toledo Oalo J C oom Four titdg indianapoUs tad autno rlzed Canadian UOTcrnmenl Agents TOTo prove the healing sad power of Paxllne Toilet Anlleillc we will mall n large trial paclcace with book of Instructions obcolulelr free This Is notatlny but a large II package enoueh to convince anyone or lit value all over the country are praising for what done In local treat s a cleansing vaginal douche Ion sore throat rment pnilpald by us SO eenlt larve has MiitlifnrlloD canruntred Lr rr lIT L LIVE STOCK IN GREAT VARIETY FOR SALE AT TIlE LOWEST PRICES BY A N KELLOGG CO West Fifth Street Cincinnati I nae buiminr Toik Gusts wauaE tAILS Best Cough raatee Qoud Vie In tIme Soil ofbloodasmdpreventathePeruna is called atonic Peruna does not give strength by nervous system a little It gives strength by preserving the leakageItthe Constant spitting and blowing the nose will finally produce extreme W9ak ness from tile loss of mucus If you factory use of Peruna write at oncc to Dr Hurtman giving a full statement of your case and he be pleased to give you h js valuable ad vice gratis Address DrIIartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio fflIffCHESTE L1i RIFLE to PISTOL CARTRIDGES 1Its that hit that Winchester and Pistol Cartridges all calibers hit they shoot accurately and trating This cartridges you get you having timetried Winchester WINCHESTER MAKE CARTRIDGES TIILRL NO SLICKEk LIK mxyyeors Waterproof bythewrongfully substitutes wneToiyer TRADE HCOLUnttiTOiOMTaCUL here dankHires Rootbeer gaiions WESTERN CANADA MILLIONScpwards WesternCanadadur1ngthpasi5yeas FIL0SPE1SOVS forMlLLIOtN continent excellent churcbes splendid HOMESTEAD LANDS being renl5cate DUNCAN FREE WOMEN PAXTIHEtfllUE clranslnp simple Women Paxuine lllcurngail removetartarWhlidoI oiumbuAve AND- NISCELLANEOUS Electrotypes NEWSPAPER 335 PILESI FOR Sruii drurgists draining WO X DOUGLAS T Kttr r t k by wearing W I loutlus SSJiO or S3 Shoes Tbeyare mit as thosethat G lao been ecetisi you train 400 to sam Th LImmcne sale of TV L Douglas shoes prores their superIority ever all other makes 0jN S iliac dealers everywhere UI The genuine have slams price IfRA id on the bottom Take no ATALOG ERe substitute W I Douglass 5i Gilt Eigo Line cannot lm cqumllru at Sires In ialieFILESKorAXAKE8I8 Trtb Kew CONSUMPTION stimylatingthc donotdenivepromptandsatls goodlnevcrywaTas FastWorEyeletauseI BRocicToNMAss anyyrlcev W I Dotwlaa m kea and sails more airesOoodycnr welt hand ewcd rea shoes than any o her manufacturer in the world hI flflflDiwnIbepaittoanyomwno WLtJsUUU Jlade ol tbe best Imported awl American leatbets TO E fO Q4F THAT DOES GOOD medicinal food thai Is attacks microbes i i AND drives out 1 disuse OioINAVE IT The Only Vitalized Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Glycerine Guaiacol and j tile Hypophosphitcs of Lime and Soda For weak thin consumptive palefaced people and for those who suffer from fr chronic disease and weakness of lungs chest or throat- Ozomulsion is a Scientific Food pre pared under aseptic conditions in a mod era laboratorylmder supervision of skilled physicians To be had of all Druggists in LargejrBottles Weighing Over Two A Free Sampie Bottle By Mail i will be sent us to any address on request so that invalids in every walk of life can test it for themselTesand see whf t Ozomulsloa will da for them Send us your name and complete address by Postal Card or Letter and the Free aa npl3 bottlewiii4toiCe besentto yonbyznatsPre paid Also Childrens Book Babyrille In Colors Address l Ozomulsion Food Co 98 Pino Street New York LOW RATES VIA Special Low OneWay RctM Vs now la effectto Portland Seattle Tacoma and other points In Vaibington and Oregon Mao to SALT LAKE CITY BUTTE HELENA and Potott to Utah sad Moataoa ALSO TO San Francisco Los Angeles CAUFOBJllA Ifycu espect to make a trip ask Ticket J jAgents tor rates via C ft D or ad dress the undersigned for any Infor mation I W BELLOWS C CInciaPaU 0 jw csMms e CleelxnaU 0 fA NKB 1969 WHEN 1VIUT1XO TO ABVKRTISEHS please tnle that yiin naw the Advcrtl meat la tbl papei c T A 4 a nF t f Lz1 fjo t b t h= lIo yc l t L l r cot K Y1Moil 4 4 i OfIN68VILLE OUTLOOK s OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO ttVINGSV1LLE K Ymn PER YEAR IN ADVANCE z iJ Address all communications to c A1lfl1 OUTLOOK PonusniNa Co or to i JOHN W HoHAKsn Owingoville ky Subscribers desiring n change ofno address should always give previous tuks lionery should mention fact on n fepparato slip of paper coCPOSTMASTER GENERAL PATNB has t feuspendtfd bervico on a rural free delivery route out from Gallalin i Tenn because the colored cnn icr e poaitlonbYIDftlked chVCOL MORRIS II BKLKNAP of the First Regiment of Kentucky Vol untecrs In the Spanish war and Augustus Wilson both of Louis Ttlle are announced oandidatcs for tho Republican nomination for Governor PROSECUTING ATTORNEY FOLK of jV St Louis who haa given tho bood t ers what they deserve declined the offer of a hou bought for him 1ri jj3ic1jlk Miiy his tribe increase tk AT forty minutes past m1dni Friday the Republican convention at Paris nominated A T Slier offrWhitley county for Railroad C mrumlssionor to succeed John C Wc nf Mt Ktprllntr nnJhn t I ballot prWood t tending rival andwithdrew wi tho landslide to Slier beganyeS TUE assassination of James B Warcum the prominent attorney at 1 Jackson Breathitt Co brings public attention the confirmed state r of anarchy in that Natb t thLFxone side or the otheror their cmigra 7 lion will bring peace and a ret rnan t H i 10 the rule of law unless the county be abolished and the territory ap UnIInVJr1InN i t TUB returns from the Democratic primary throughout Kentucky insy1 dicate the nomination of the ortf 1OWBeekbamLIeutehat Guv eroor W P Thorne of llenry taV Auditor S W Hager of rlloyd Treasurer H M Boswo iefFayctte Secretary of State f V Mt hesney of Livingston Sup inI4 +P Iionerof AICrlculturt Hubert Vree p t ldof Jefferson The races for1 liI tr tti Morgan C Ion leading In thetorm 7 rand N B flays in the mt Tbe friends of Robert Greene Chinas In the Appellate lj y- JClerkship race declare that they 1 will make a contest if Chinn is 1 J1 counted in as they charge that s gross frou s have been practiced especially in Louisville All the i other defeated candidates arc i randare crying fraudLouie Pot bCI tucky yy Washington May 4The call of he primary is Just as effective as ItheCotllaittee of Credentials nnd works as admirably Js did fQtJ t8Ioll1JllhCou84 Stone And there is apt much fuss over it There was a terrible row when the Committee of Cre 4entiali expelled csploc upward 1jf800 delegates to the Music Hall Convention but wiin the machine disperses opposition candidates there is only a zephyr or so of In 4 dignation The saaohine was not at all disturbed Its slate wallpI vi nowise Impaired t It will name Ieket and thajt ticke wilj be elect L4j4 I cans discover Intelligence and J wore patriotljrm than is their wont a rO aid more than anybody has caue f i ito or does expect of them It Is fflueh ti be regretted ilet f r 9 Mr Hendrick permitted himself to t toe dispersed It Is true that he had no show but there Day bi a S fr folks who are curious to ascertain c the eerF t apportionment of party r 1 gratitudebsIwion the burlar and P fc i the feflcfBIll Sykes and Fagan a 4I Mr Hendrick tells us that it was I he who defeated the will ol the tt 7Jt peopje IB tbV r 1899 that he I rjrtP waatheathotof tile round rob t 11 in11 operation of which f li beat h el1 to the office of f r Governor was robbed of his office sad Jthe people robbed of their t sj1lJ 1 tight to choose their own officials f usufriict ea r en ri tit tka f sactlpn But we ro t so aotlekipjr tie perce taKe of taerlt u l the iI4l arlah Democracy jif twotabqu j I graft aaid grafters I belief e Jt 1b f r was the GOYlraor It wasi merely Sl rwVIjzp hhi only at1 Inilinuaton As fe f flIet Put ItWetIeiIIwe iirl p7ti kow lrW culd and if we ed 1 would orailf weIist tp speaknr frr f J heriteVanItthey fflight And 1 so oa It eeaie that the youthful ra o ttIt GverairIsoiuIyVruaslng to sue t grapprof tbese an adveaturera politicians cl fortune ftfl eylt 1 vltkbetii4sads and both eyes on of t c fu 4 mla dance Tbere wai a i i1 Uepartfofcethatdldnot3 oJ iii ttr a us I nul MJd an honest tonvention f1 riJ Ii t Mile vtd J R honest J lJMt lVo the doctrine eleeticmy f s fpKr done the other fellow B t1 would have todoit That Dean Ft 1 aUepRrty polled enormous Dew ItelectedHeJIai t veHsaB Knott Biickner iikt iBiiBr6wBttfie office of Goyer to iitf J orf It gave the State to Sejisdur riMefl Hancock ad three tUaes was ifp 11 Grover CievelaBs la the electoral OJt i 0 tHti Jtdjae jue1o iJJI I l p ti fiI i I f1I Jj J 1 lI fil l 7 t 0 f1 rt rh nflf L f J v hjI1 A J psIH t If 1P17i sfYttfti r 7 Z VV a Jprimary election to save the party from the odium of rascally conven 1tlons and had it held a primary it would have been the partys p ri HyFourIIunter thou minister to foreign pIHtewutnKentucky and he was pleaded withio influence the 1 to publican convention to nominate Col Morris Belknap for Governor Col Balknap had been mixed up in no of tho misorable feuds that for long years hud torn tho Ken cky Republicans into faction nn d made of the party sundry tec tions of n piocountor some with plo and somo without pie Ho had just returned from serving untry in the array He was successful business man As Gov ornor his only ambition would have been to advance the interests of th inudevelopment of every section He could have polled every Republican vote tIe Democratic election ma ine would suffer to be counted and ha would have polled onot Democratic votes to mako his stolen and unchallenged majority so great that a contest would hi be Llflenter would not see it that way Col Uolknap is again mentloi for the Republican nomination Governor and he is ns strong in 19 1899 st tirongerha hoveunter men would vote for him o Eleventh district would pour out majorities by the thousa thehtHe would give Kentucky a rest om machine politics and machine le He would administer State businesstwronganars ago when the will of the go plo was reversed by the round robc in That is the important thing toIt is not good for the public to have but one political party The State of Pennsylvania evidon at So does the State of Mill an uri Irresponsibility will ruin individual nnd it will ruin a party The machine is a Repu- I bli can in Republican State anc a I5tlteInMissouri it is Democratic Lbs The Democrats might carry Penn w RIouldp ublicans carried bAt th t3eis what a policy of If there Is any stealing to be done the other fel yBso Democratic or quite so patriotic Kentucky aa the machine here is nothing half so Republi sy hlvaniaved in Kentucky Boss Quay would ru henYoungrKentuckyhaTel1lraftd they have got to do is to al th FheemselvesDemocrats confess that they can n mdotthey resort to whaLthey announced TopbetlN fobodye held under tb elthave leg111 e atevenW eraet toOfl8 Vnominationovo nor IfU prodic ted IAt4Dthathe machine had u elate GiVen a machine and a elate and where do the other follows come in The other fellows will do no stealing RepublicandoP Repubhcanthe Republican bosses Nominate ticket that will command tho re- lollpect of the State other than lilme the nuclei of abroad and but 8q11acJDo that and the pewttct it And when the pr- Z5 y eState let it run Its admin iiifajtion without a machine and wbffefrom courts of justice all pol Ulcsrespecially from courts of criminal jurisdiction And I tbatI w o 1rcrljiilnalFranklin Circuit Court or the Scott Circuit Court on such non artisan lines that it would not bee IOVvindicationernor of Indiana in refusing to honor ti requisition of the Governor of Kentucky for the return of an alleged fugitive from justice The Republicans hare some ex cellent material for a ticket There are Belknnp Marshall and Williion- l of Louisville Te second nam cd ought to make it mighty inter ting for Governor Beckham It would not bo the first time those oppolingcandidatifora8tate be ourcalledyears ago Mr Marshall got more votes than Gov Beckham but that Gov Beckham got the office The itllocibamelesely and defiantly proclaim that he should not The pec iplew magnRnlmouBManhaUwo p Bh Then there to frotherpeeKentuckyIplee ifi centrace in 1900 even with the ri oebel law to contend against b Republican who makes sueh a d1900wIUmajority will be aiany thousands rutu8JClily is also mentioned and that is an excellent name for GtJvern6roKentucltYBIIgoodastl Brrckinridge or Marshall Somebody Introduced Beckham Devices county as the greatest Governor since Shelby iflc there a rderaapogiie at Athene named Hyperbolus Maybe there ia such J- I1tbinaIlA tranamijjruiljn ofsi liJd c 4 k +k JVII 1 2 e P souls and old Hyperbolus lives down at Owe sboro There have Sh be ingelby hermreflecte4 that if Shelby had said something about grafters tho old hero would have told who the graf ta wh Stere1am persuaded that several other Governors besides Shelby would have named the grafters SATOTAUD in Louisville Post CORRESPONDENCEtio 11Beech Woods Marsh Bailey is having his tim bad luck He lost by death n n sow and two litters of pigs fift len all SprlngfioldcaWaIler Boyd was in Mt Sterling Wednesday Ewingnn veMiss Hattie Triplett visited Mrs Maggie Taylor Wednesday night StMesdamea IhoporMrs Anna Goesctt visited rola ves at Grassy Lick from rhu ay until Monday Miss Lida Smathors nnd guest Miss Boyd were tbo guests Wednesdnyhe Knob Lick Farmers are busy ssConeiderablo corn to plant pl vieaMrs Amberguy has a very aiV hildfaThe ground is getting very hard in placestogesJessio Kring was in this corn nity Sunday night on his way Owingsville There is nothing new from the oillields have not heard of i one finding oil without drilling it Married nt tho home of the brides father Alexander M Mills Lizzie Maze to Butler Ch May happiness go with them Forge Hill Mrs J A Anderson and children will leave this week to join her husband at Jackson KyaNewton Shrout of Owingsvl lie spent Saturday and Sundayais cousin W W On last Wednesday afternoon about 3 oclock George A Knox aged 85 yeqrs committed suicide by hanging hlaself in his stable at his home pnp mile east of here Mr Knox was a son of Wm Knox and wwas a aobor industrious young man a had many friends lIe leaves goodbealthforenoon and had left the house noon as usual his wife h heiiadlVoundjr joining ihche hi veer IT in tv gen opiniolTlnathewaBdesiJondent c the delicate health of his wife he remarked to his fntherin 11 rQt that day that she was not get g any better late Valley We are needing rain n DicelyMason Vice and Robt Toy Flat Creek spent Sunday here Miss Lithe Bailey is home from Irs Corn Conners school for wdaybhe blackberries have commenced to bloom we thought hey ere all killedthMrsMnria Stamper attended the burial of George Knox at OldSg faButlernd wife wore guests of the family of James Snedegar Sunday Mrs Chris Garner and little daughter Lottie visited the form rs parents F F Warren and wife S aturdayao SfGeorge Garner and wife Saturday and SundaydSharp8burgSJ J was a A good shower of rain is needed L T Sharp was in Mt Sterling Friday The primary olotionpaued off brMrs James Whaley has been on the sick list for some weeksaS T Howard and wife were vie ors at CarlfaleWedneldayt GT Young of Owingsville a here Tuesday on business 12V Thomas Grimes and John C Ar old were in Owingsville Monday i CM Grain returned Thursday 7 om a visit to his parents at RuIW 1l w Mrs Susan Hart who lisa been sick for two weeks is now tietterhi pueddown w t East Union viTheingeville Monday were B D Uv geWmh SCol5ParisWcodfoIiedto knocjfthe per 11119D 3 ii S i r f 1i p j r 9w q 41J 1 Crooks Charley ReodVwont to Mt SLot Sunday weehoe Saturday hisThereplanted here yet Wyerlinging JavllloEd Palmer of Owingsville w a visitor here Sunday There have been several applica na for the fall school W W Nixon of Salt Lick visited his parontstero Saturday dcerelatives in Moulfee Go Saturday and Sunday Tom Satterfleld of Salt Lick ine yesterday to see bis mother who is quite sick Crow Nixon who has been Virginia for several weeks came ho wemeMrs Will Carroll and Mrs Chi r ley Reed were shopping in Mt erling SaturdayinColo Jackson and wire of Olympia visited their daughter M Joo Williams Sunday SUppor Prickly Ash KlerElder R T D Zimmerman was at Salt Lick last week on business buStonerSunday with relatives ia Owings vllle Thomas Stone and wife of near Millersburg came Saturday to sit relatives here Walter Harper and wife of Mt erling visited Daniel Harper and mily Sunday night Cohurn Hamilton visited his uswe r Mrs Alfred Moore in Mont p1JBerrytoM ondayanD W Finch of Wayne West olforMrs R T D Zimmermans Mrs Ella Hamilton son Shore uisg d BeayDied Sunday monmig nt o j tanwindeleven months and tventytwo days d She was buried Monday n oclock in the family burying ground It was hard to part with Lillian B lautSome sweet clny by and bye Stepstone Miss Eva K Payne spent Sunday with tlia family of J 1V Carmich ael Miss Sudio Stout who lias nffcu osic class at Salt Lick was ut Bcno over Sunday frbrMrsspent Sunday here with her bus band Dr N F Pierce spentSundl1Yonohew and family near here babyIspent As brother W S Quisenberry and rao llyI Saero over W A and Goorge Coat er IreMrsConloy who have been on CeatMrspent Sunday with his tlierInla W L StoUt and Cam gVMrs San t ford Perkins and daugbterspont Tuesday and Wed nesday of last week In Mt Sterling n businO5 Mrs W W Turley and children nd Miss Callie Craycraft spent ns the guests of J- ampbell M and family Mr rayoraft wife nnd I woid of Myers Ky was hero isitlnghisftberlnIaw S P 0 teele and family last week IMrsM anasterday and Thursday in Mt Sterling visiting her aunt Mrs Wells stRayPlerceought his father a nice mess of JudUncle Johnnie T Powers WhomS sickyisomelDtime And about and101lkllas wallas ono f bis age could look HavingAat and ingatilyhileChallie Parker who has bi enb workfnginClnclnl1atjfor some me care of lle yeille Miss Rosa Stull who has been fo siting the family of JOlilephRaytb went with Tibbs Greenwado to White Oak and brought home with 44eekxton at this placeVV Roeepedo1to1 t rJ v rt Grange City dbisk B thiraedappointmenthorSunday nightsetA crowd of young pooplo from hlreSundoyohn Rawlings wife nnd pun Lo CullillICharley Kissick and daughter Miss Baa visited Mrs Rosaun ah Royse and family Sunday daugMisstended church and visited her sister Mrs Walter Gray J T Atchison and wife Gout Six and wife of Wyoming were cal Ed MenInSimp Walton and sister M Minnie were in town shopping last Mr wising burg fingf fonnorsSins been very poorly but is much improved drMraNewtonJohnsonMrs ssick Mrs Lizzie Kissick Misses Addle and Ella Newman Emma Colliver Mary Outright and Maud Flemingsburg Okla- Cornplanting has begunpe an aydRevPnlmster filled his appoint ment here Sunday nightBpEverybody made garden last ek No corn planted yet All the farmers had hold of their plowhandles early and late last ektoThomas Daugherty and wife of Sh rtydJames Woodurd had a twoyear d steer to drop dead a few days o cause unknown Several of our young folks visit ed Prof Tapps ringingschool Sat lay night at Odessa John Whitton and wife of n dir thel were the guests of ftnllis rkins and wife Sunday 6Bryant Denton and wife were ie 8uo8t8 of Samuel Darnell and fe of Smoky Row Sunday John Markland wife and bab Virgil were the guests of R KJ G ray and wife Saturday night and SundayVRev Ed Sandford preached I ounst4thand at night anti had one addition to the church Nace Vice wife and son Albert and Mrs Eddie Garner and son Eddie went to John W Gillmorcs Saturday shopping Dougherlyjiisno b Audrsonpourly tIckVn Hillsborp I The HilUborn Broom Co is p r tinu out several hundred go j ooms Johi Clark and Clem Williams vi E itwingW B Tabor of BlackwollOkla A caniti in last week to visit his tndIfather John Clark Elder Vera Carpenter preached the Christian Church Sunday morning and night Stockwell McManus Chas Mil Ier and Morton Hawkins left last week for Marion Ind MaryCookOwingsville Sunday Dungan Bros aro having several hundred logs hauled to the depot here to be shipped to Cincinnati E R Blackburn and SA Dowd of Berry Ky wero here last in connection with the new bank Mrs Judith Emmons andgrand daughter Miss Mammie Crawford visited JasJEmmone at OwingSr ville fron Friday till undayIGrant Saunders was eleotedPres ent of the lIill boro Telephone o John M Denton Dr S F cBrient and Grant Saunders were elected TreasurerIHillsboro will soon have a neir deposit bank with 15000 capital ok which has all been sub ribod and the following offlcersS elGeted OB Graham President dgeJae II Shepherd Vi ePresv SWay B H Rice M C Saundere grkins Directors The bank will bo revdy for business as soon as a tD01Jd u Moores Ferry Robert sold a bay maro forn 05 There are 1 1 schoolchildren inbl drlcka distt No 16 ar his V I river has been fords blJ heris year ttLathrnmhead of cattle of John Bawlston at thepcrpound infromGMorarls arQ en 0tuokyiS N S SVVSV- rz yq =1 r I VT h q VVVV p Gambling and carousal lisa got to ber the practice here almost cv cry Saturday hlght and Sunda- inCant tho lawabiding citizens s neokof tho woods be protect Let the grand Jury investi e and rid us of this nefarious From another Correspondent There is very little corn planted Vet Several from this plxce attend Court at Oivingsville Mqnduy We arp needing rain The ground is getting hard and rough Misses Ollie and Blanphie Wil liame are visiting in Rowan coun ty ByThereMisses h goHo CorsemanLaura Workman and Mat aze wore shopping nt Salt Lick t st Wednesday g9Sgetting right to fish Red4o- ll be on the riffle this week isThomaspond fishing and PLaId all day but failed to cateh ntoy Huirri for Tom There waba girl at Hedricks schoolhouse Sunday that had her two best fellows with her one ove her off in a buggy and left e other Salt Lick Jas Han is betterdaMrs Cabe Ratliff was in toi Saturday Alban Shrout attended the sup r Saturday night Work is on th tChnrlesent Saturday and Sunday here Press Jackson bought a ni marc in Montgomery county ii iStIs week for 125 David Keslcv and Chester Cl npf Ragland visited here Satur d rayandSundayMrs no spent T y with her cousin Mrs on MinMrs W W Barnes visited her daughter Mrs Inn Whitcomb in Winchester Sttturduy Miss Erne Morris and Mrs Miller went to Lexington Thurs day returning Saturday CarylonBatesKeclcy were in Owingsville Sunday afternoon Elder Ross occupied the pulpit n a LYightteresting sermons to fuirsi red a udiencesWreMrs Paul Clifton neo Margaret Cuckram of Ragland spent Snt urday with Mrs Press Jackson Glyn Watkins and Chas 13u1 of Scranton visited in Lexington and Ashlaud several days tho past treek v r The supper given by the order ol D of A Saturday night netted o Irl1 20It was oue of the nicest en tertllinments of the kind we hlul- hlid W j 111 hns PLHI eJ LVksonEuri eft tV lfit cmr iIOJfLVki f vjiChasful accident while coming from j titJ 1IurygStoopsJosiahWillson is recovering from the grip J H Haney lost by death last week a flue PoJIAngus calf thisneigbborboodfa W M Kissick visited reJativesI i n Fleming county last J T Lane bought a horse rom Robert Olston of Flora for 60IOscar Goodpaster of Spring visited relatives here Sunk day thuGeeYOung farm to Mt Sterling last week Lee Young and fife were the uests of relatives ne ar Owingsville Sundayv a The oftbo corDS fropis week Some of our young people JJ tended the bonnet show at East UnionSunday s John Shropshire has returned from Greenview Ill whero he went mo months ago Mrs Ella Hamilton and children sited relatives near Owingsv- laturday lie and Sunday Mrs John W Thompson was the uest oCher sister Airs Hack Shrout near Mt Sterling Sunday Emmott Coons of Kentucky WeslejraD College spent CromSat rday until Monday with bis par ents hero Bridges Bros sold a quantity of lone nab timber to Mr Murdock of sa Michigan They shipped the lutn s4i n last sveekdiProf Than B Throop closed Wednesday one of the moat uco f1 cesllfulwsoe sqhopl vertnug it iL rt It is hoped bit Potrio tbtfcaJfntermo rYery little interest wn f shown Ifltr- e primary hers Saturday OnlywJt binterestuditor and Clerk Vaier apil gjk reene carried the prooinct J daitIoQ1 d71 f j ILr 2c X 5 i VVV5V r L 1 71 4P A NEW BROOM SWEEPS CLEANS The new Dry Goods Notions etc that I 4jhave added to mtf large stock of Clothing Shoes Hats etcl is sweeping thebusInesV because they are good new and cheap No 4j one can sell you goods at less profit than I iVcan Dont buy until ydu give my goods a look and get prices Everything as repre 1 dsented and prices THE LOWEST yours JAMES GILLON lf you eedO VJ lttho Rocords Kentuckys Greatest Sire of Extreme t eed StilE OF Jj y Ca Iayboumno2Uleridgo jsloral AiQ6H v ArthurW2I2ieLeolafi210 Lee2l2g 6frIN Visn lie grandsire of Rub fnck2OSS1lverPrinee2O8JErnmnM2O9etaSrsbirs or the darns ornrrld IO7LadyA11rlgiit21O34Joe1thea21Setc PRANOI dom of CJi Clay thoU t ties Beautiful Bells is rseand terms address Connty fu Licking Union lib The Central 011 k Gas Co pumpingoll A I Mrs Ella Jackson went iItLi thckwiJobonlotereSundayBro S L Porter of Elliott C 0freached at the M E Church Sun y afternoon and nighTInOscar WillisoB and James Hen orson drilled in gas well No3 on Joe Cogswells farm Friday f J W Ham has had a veranoar improYiamfUCb daifjjter rj at Salt LiokXast Thursday She poorly + Bro H J Rainoy of Suit Lii kwi iffilled bis regular appointment at e E Church Saturday and Sunday Mrs Leah Davis nndCommodore Brown went to see their mother rs Will Brown near Farmers st week Mrs Brown is very poorly roanifdoks very hard for the citizens to keep up tlio roads when tho oil compuny hands cut up the roads Bro S L Potter and M P Wil liams John aLd Willie McKinney Frank Johnson and A T Ibm vis ited WceleyDay who is poorly and attended church at Mt Hope Mud LickhSome think apples are killed e hope not Fred little son of Lafe Statonis quite sick with pneumonia allspart Miss Cleniiule Roberson spent Sunday with Miss Ethel Roberton- Cornplnnting was the ordur ofS ratOduishod planting Tvoor three WQCIVt of dry Ieath 0SVflb4V Tr saj liriI regulArlerwbyV L hltickjhimeof the formers lather La fa vctte NorthbeVTbest lower Salt Lick Sunday and or Fanizedood work go on aroSimpsonisiting relatives and friends here ney will remain down about an- r lust week whOa they will return their home in Menifee Oe SterlingIiummer Sam will work in the hiaoksmith shop for Richardson Mro V iddog8are around again Av t rk hand of Hugh Karriek Ar hur Basbford on his return from faking the horeas to the pasture re evening last week met a large adHlo Bashfordvbeiug quite btmewhen the dog was In the act of f b jplit11od him with the other ODD beila ere he could get up I ICraigsa bbcHoyt Warren ndFrank Sorrel are the champion log cutters in the woods is Robert Warren has the of ru cenningpalnesIIJames Downs daughter bas a ease of rheumatism and is very poorly People are getting Along vi ITsh slowly planting poiflew It iser tob or too wel to suit them toWelaflcnflediTfjry ebup4 Scripture in hlae ouraiV lfrf r Pawns now Fitrger A JfwIdwoiDaniel IQantecibaekpaypontli pension lvHauling will comrnoncetbis we orpmp rQuIflt the mnosFre4 hits b boundary at timer iD B tW radj9Iniogcounti a JOut Suqd yschool is doinjf nicg sUt wIo fl1IY T- 12ol piona the 4tU of Ji and JN ThWhen 5ntown call at TH Ocr LOOK oHc paya dollar and get t2t fjwitbrreSome ol our boys have retarKCet om West Virginia in a bad eon tditior with the measles Smith andbrotberLeoThompVson James Goodpastsr and brother Ed and David Rodgers all bad measles We had a very sad affair in ur C Dtnunity the 6th oflbia montbVebrgo Knox committed suicide byVanging himself No cause U nown He was a good peaceable ferrrfnd well liked by allof eighboiB inia host of friend He leuvas a wile and one child Bis fe is in very bad health now Ills father and mother are grief 8ricker over the sad affair Both The sick in the village are all im prwingVRevWW Spates and wife spent last week In Pleiaingsborg wentItfishing hook L f SqoiraST Howard and wife of Sharpsburg spent Tuesday with Mrs DSTrumbo Mrs Charles Wilson left Toes day lot Lexington for a wetke j 1IMisBerieArrasm1tb of Poplar Pliinr are guests of er uncle Dan Arrasmilh anti fata ily Mrs Will Irvine is much iro prayed and is spending a few days with her parents J M Gosseit and 4r wife f1V Dr CP Browning and wife af Carlislf spent frofu Suturduy until Monday with his nephew W IL cottVHouieolfaning papering aadf p paintinj nre Uie order of the day all propar j r the dedication of tcn sV131 isU3hurch which hf IVunVSJay in this innth- FOR SALE jTaparty I will sell either the whale or a interest in my threshing outfit consisting of tenhorse Gas cott k Co traction engine latest uild and Avery 28x48 wind etaek r and a hubs 28x42 paralorull i No 1 splendid good condition or teams apply toVJ W WILLEROY Grange City Fleming Co Ky PublipNotice Bath County Fiscal Court Special Term Dee 29tb 1902 VVIt is ordered by the Fiscal Curt of Bath county that the Judge of this Court and Bath County give cVnotice that all persons feeding stock on any of the turnpike roads of Bath county which are owned by said county will for each offence b e prosecuted as the law prohibit ngi such offences directs And tb commissioners of the road districts nro to report all offences of this thejprocure warrants for each offender ri prosecute such offenders as the iv direCtsVIt is further ordered that all land holders owning or in any way gov rningiand lyhtg and adjacent tr JV ny of the turnpike roads owned y Bath county must within onthLfrom the 1st uuy ut uui irhuary 1903 reswve or cause to be removed all feeing wherein same an encroaChMent upon the nghV of 1ptby consent of governing author y previous to the by rBath county Aild nil foarsons fall fVing or refusing to this order I within the tije herein specified all by the ivrnpike commistion a of ewsh tacnpike district ofV ath county bar reported to the At mney fiarBath county who shall such Information proceed as the w directs to have such obntrucV onaremoved antf the parties pros uted forsmeV VV JNOJL DAUGHERTY J B FC j2Ty T J Peters D CVJjno A Daugberty PresidingVV Jadge of the Bath County Fiscal Court in pursuance of the abovetVder of said Court Jo hereby give UBLIC NOTICE to all persons ia ath county who have or who may iC violate either of the above said or ders that they from this date de from these offense and tbtborequjremontsabovestatecj ViQ