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J1 I JJLC Jf j 11 Nt rri r t 1 1M h D- l 0 t4 t I Jw fff 1 t 1I3 fL t t t h jt s ti J I c c J t J I ht Iinllt ntook d t i V difr If it If VOL XXIV or s OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 211 903 NO 45 1 you have a newt 5When wish to communi TIlE OUTLoOK by phono ring up 57l w F The dust has been fearful the past week l I See Frank Perry for your sweet potato plants ttSi Y Ragland oil has advanced to 62 J cents a barrel L 3i i Sweet potato pla ats at Brother 0 A Goodpasters j Levi Jones sold a brood mare to 0q Ambrose Wells for 110 r FOR SAW Yellow and black snd OUTLOOK office i T Ford Patterson sold bli horao 41c JaeiX tqhlsoa for t1oo All kiadt t wet pot to Plant for salt B FRANK PBKRT A dolUIl81er time t mI Jr perature prevailed some dlys the It esk J The iast in the central part of u ad carted off A I J 1tFrhlyIa a 2 There will be a pfotraeted meet ing at the Christian Church in tbe X Dear future 17 P The exaaiiaation of public tLschool teacliert waS held hero Fri yl day ndSaturdayIiS 1nfgrau which started grow c lug splendidly in the spring hal 7 3 done BO good for tereral weeks Wa KUIT ffAT OUR hONEY r tti please call aiid eeitle 15f j S 8LF88KB D iilfAlCred Crooks t took Haai BoettichertotheFrank 2c fort pcaiteatlary Tuesday morn ing TaoaiM J Joan liveryman atlterbelag closed up for a few buelneee at the same I table Mondays F C w Honker and Judas NhPatterson caught a fine lot f bass redeyes and other flsI41Iea Mill the aiiddle of astwe4t XcIn the Fleming Circuit Court a gave Alvin Burgess twelve t vear in prison on the UarRe of hooting und killing Walter Peckr 1 Mies Settlo Terbune aged about 3OyeardIedatillO ooloclc a 1 m Tuesday May at South Sherburne and was burled Thura da1 Snag your produce and exchange Jttor dry giodi clothing andS 1 ohiel ofere II It vUyans aS buraa Bath C Ky G L HBWAN i cIakedu boiL break cart on Be tarkctvf2 i1 80i irubbof Ir15tp22perbt BtoJJj IiiI reaairiag and painting a p Ilty l j Oscsoia 4 N Ioaez THIS YUKThet redaeree fooled the watchers for jTkoa the Lickiagytlver riffles i If they came on they B 4ii ee by etealtU sad eeeaped tkeo Wiaer 4A1 r DIlCATl r5Iav ciYEdff AadereoB will prae at 1Jl graveyard aenCraifeJti t p May 30 All friae burft I led there aref refterteel to ilteeriM p d4r G tjbefIrIIwherS you will jubkiiteketdrygods- 1i t 1e kiaji4 IbO wWk re If HIa it4lke rg1rii at t1kesrbUlid1IgW I bGLjIRxLNp i 1avtyof ep bil1 SIg goM s alee wcfca Cflli 4 ri BIIr Btec1r Ilsd la emaa 14th- z i koktkiI tifl n itr4 L CeMaireY 434 11tz IPIOUT r Isi twiiral Furaisbiagt Preaipt eaaiwaeate aai aaodeoi aertiew PlP ale dealer in retelsis faraJtiire ef all dew rtptioai Call and tee II 4 fcefere re aeiag elsewhere M D FiBIS Owingsville Ky t4 4 J L BMC Funeral Director and Kstaalaier A Ax ACOOMMUHXD TIWIPA 1i I traatpwaakere Wedaetday aightt j I of last who powewed I eoatplishaieat little out of the ii I usual HaeHe laiUated the piano I and slide tromboao with his mouth tadRirably ad wads some great Ii uric w1 Fari string baad I e4si Shrout aad trade for a new oae or P if your want a Heod band buggy at any priM frost 18 to 930 cow aadaee them we have pleaty ofl tc JeIlypatate4l1repa1r 1 paU4Lbey3 Pe kSerjs arasaa painting every rj day 4Mt Haviag bought a bankrupt stock 7i of drygoeds clothing and shoes we bffer the saaie tonal at the brick storehouc ef Stephen Terhune Ie Sherburae hub Co Ky begin nibg Thursday y1et 1908I The a aooda wP K mbt at ij900n the doJlarweUl slItherp IQ preportiea GL HXTMA I bi I have U baggie la J B Good pasterSiOb4eOOk4fld Ia order t na roaailBaiy warP reoai wBlah bolda 40 buggies 1 will coaiiane to eell at a reduction 4 foe cataferaredit Take yourchoice bouttraui1Jt tee e you the imteresvt 0 bay oa credit Hl 1 ft Oor J t f f f i r r L PERSONAL Afcd Tower went to Louisville Tuesday fl Lewis McCoy went to Bourbon Co Saturday W 8 Turner of MU Sterling was here Friday LexingtonJuesdI1Y Windsor Lettou of Purls was herewith friends last week SundayfromMrs C M Kennedy went last week to visit her parents at Nicho lasville nndRichardhere Thursday Win Shrout of Mt Starling was the guest of his broth r Shrout- some days last weak Mondaylian Barnes at Salt Lick M D Farla and SP Atchison at WhiohesterKHoward Lewis Edward B Miller YalQiBttendedK returnedbomethe family of her mother Mrs Belle Allen Chas Harper after A few days visit to Mr and Mrs Daniel Harpwrreturne4tQ Ashland Friday Mr and Mrs J L Teaiplqman of near Wyoming cam ut Friday LdaysMiss Fannie Paltneter and little brother Karl of Grassy Lick Mont glo1errcounty are with Rev and i Mrs DIV Finch who hnM e en on sevenweeks visit to he moth ervMrs B T D town returned to her home atLouisa Saturday Col IT H5 Ewing of noutownI ptjOlympiaConfederate reunion at New Of 9 eans this week K Dr S C Alexander returned last JJIbwlst r orts Mrs Lewis much Improved er treatment there I Mrs Lou Warne ompauled b Uorham med Frlda rain a visit to her Inbw and J daughter Mr and hamof d rneAt Gouif6 Millersburof N Dr JH Taulbee Judgr r R Patterson Eugene Brother a r Km started on a i t PikevllleMonduy TheDotout the notion und morning t The following went to Ml St f Monday Henry T Hopkins t 1 Brother Win Moore eoAII t jJamesUI1 Chandler liatliff Stanton HumiltonWahert Hamilton T8 Shrout Sam Lan 1rtAlrredCrooksFletchcrCroucl1Juhn inclierio eSSR wasfthe guest of herson rjfc L nell v Ju ttll L illyiLrbarnefl IRa rv rthlo ninefith1fve IU nJQ1Jlililledonly retatnlugte happening tr O it5i5Tibut she est U ata find tCtai1 of all the ttao1 hr neighborhood better than ueTrly else Sbfl ics JIIClaPfUebofan experLHer orily fiiSK E itleaiureto meet her Thfsl Jb r time she hair stopped ia Uwti iff forty tb 0 oiuoue GtJfftl ioccasions she baa MMed through 3Slace She relish ea a and prom to easily pass the oea y mark The new pouaty well ip ittrthoujejjjtrd gave out ltw- ekand the pump dandle Is fccpl iInd down mot of the tlm AcTOMOBitE rTowlfThl ad r tots bUzz wagon in thwr Toes YI rning brokeNbe Sabbath I also ftwitkreatentd to break tie routh Nt it went back towards it Sterling after lou than a tuiu teltayfIQ FIULJaSIRCI 11a1111 ISaturdaynether MM Nancy Sbrout of ufl per Prickly Ash had m Hih dlnnir enjoyeoby j FOB SAis lSsTjoati weight 126a l4011tllatbluI also a T sareld bay asare gentle to ride and work Where hitched lFhand high W A WimnaeS452t MiKRt CArrowD George My ra was brought here fremSalt byContablDlcker3en arrested and brought to jail here ast summer for disturbing rehigS ious worship but escaped and went to Fittsburg The of Rain heard of hit intended return and arrested him as he stepped from the train BASE BAU Our friend Clyde Daniel sent us a report of abase Saturdaybetween Grauman Henchy Cross k Co ladingwholemale notion house of whioh be IB an employe and a nine of the of the Mental Wiensteck fjroi wholesalers of batS The 6 HC k Co nine was corn paged of Clyde DaHlel p Charlie ichensfeirt p Dan Ulmer f b Joj Gavin s b Fred Doll t bt Waller Eblig I John Burke r uuhtiIIch p f Charlie Casain lfTh was closely con ted IbuVai wo ltCI14elI em kyQb jd r CLOCK AND UELL Judge J A Daugherty and J J esbitt pom miselonors in regard to the im provemonts to tho Courthouse are considering the question of the size of tho clock and the bell for the tower and will probably con dude on a Cft clock dial anda 1200 to 1500lb bellThe eon tracts are to be let June 4th V RUNNING OIL TO SALT LICK bI pipe line from England oil fields to Salt Lick is running oil to the tank up on the mountain From thii tank it will be run to tank oars oa the C k 0 and shipped to market beibricating purposes for which it is said to rival the Pennsylvania Franklin oil which ellat 3 to 4per barrelat the well MT STERLING COURT Monday was a dull stock market day at Ki Sterling There were only about 2GO cattle offered and prices were low Three carloads of TennessM yearling and two yearoldll were unsold up to the middle of the afternoon A bunch of good heifers brought 3o Stock hogs brought 5 to 5io Tho horse and mule market was reported both good and indifferent according to the vieews of the buyers and sellers MRS UAKVKT SATTKBFIXLDS DEATH Mrs Sue flsgarfleld wife A of upperill ingImaking up ttforms She had been sick for some weeks She was a daughter of John Arrasmith and was born and reared in the Bethel neighborhood She was ar sister ofI Dan Dick and Ed Arrasmith and was aged about 60 years She was ajiridow when she married Mr Sat terleld and leaves some children a huekinddfamily Tp rpiiTsoo la their sorrow Io1xoicrxixtTh grand Jury tll4 not return an indictment igrst Charles Crump on the i cKargo of robbing Abram Hendrizi S1houe Mr Crump was ar 1 te4 some weeks ago on the 1lI jaandwas relesed on bond Ilt licars a firstclaeB reputation M do all of his mothers family pleiIlkhathii is perfectly innocent and I stb yictim of some enemy who Jto cause a fnllingout bt Crump and Mr Uen rtho former being a tenant of tllalater The good people whol for stronglyhiainteg would trust him jss pllcltly JrhoVatterapt to wrpngai ieaaeeat paaAwlH rceult ia klthll8 1IEr J3ar 1ITIt persons last wee or traded buggies with S hrout Bell overstocked nd in rder to reduce stock ho is selling very low for cash or credit wingvih precinct Dawson Je Conner llfcrymen 2 Daniel Harper George W Kerr W u CoyleIMiss Walter Mao Ratliff Robert Clark Bethel precinct Jacob BoydIuih A B Hendrix JW Whitton Esus Hendrix precinctThomas Lewis Adams Pfeitoa precinct Thomas Wells forge Hill prftclncttPhilip Williams presinotMiss William T YanUndingham Mike Hdrick WB GudlellIMenifc Taylor Power 1CBooLExEtlCISZSM re Cora Cpnner will bold the examination of her pupils at the Courthouse Friday afternoon May S2d the ublic being cordially invited to- ttend In the venlng an entertainment will be given according to the fol wing programme ongAmericn Audience PendletpnSongSchool Becltatioii KittyJuplda MueloTin Soldiers Guard BittingerBocitatIonTheLegend Havens The CompanyB Becitatlon Boys Morgan At chison SongGwlno back toDlxleSchool CenturyCourtship SoloUUnrequltedI Beoitation Kathleen The Dead DolliPiano SOIGCulhiohoeQhamjnadeIMrs BlindGirl AtJlsonILillle Bailey jnstrumentalDuetArrjvalof San MissKuthP rodytA Vacation Bide LoulseOudgellSongSch School Beoitation llKentucky Philosophy Era Havens PrizesOIdNight MqUqfII IIJ lento rM 4 iiJ J A CLOD YZAR The clod in plowed land surpass all records Ont gentleman related how ho tack led somo of his with a sledge ham mer Another laughingly remark id that in his neighborhood thee farmers had rolled and harrow J the land until tho clod were bounded and polished like marbles CIRCDIT COUBT Tho fellowin oasts were tried In Circuit Court last week HgStewart20 on the charge of adultery and in default of payment were sent to Jail Rev Henry Pennington of color dayeInweaponNim 50 and sinn ten days in jail on the charge of carrying a concealed deadly weapon Wn Mannen was fined 850 on the charge of gaming GeorgThompson charge of gaming Wm Gray was fined f10 on the peceClarenel 110 peceDenny 50 oa the charge of cutting and wound lug Roy Calvert Baecom Sharp was fined 20 on the charge of assault George Damon Banks Farra Bob Coleman Geo Wilson LIRamsey and Travis Hurt 1I0t color wore fined 2 each on the charge of assaulting Rev Henry Pennington of color This was the regolatprs case Hans Bouchwell alias Boettioh er was given two years in the penitentiary for detaininga female H appealTheset aside by a jury and the proper ty goes to the hairs Mrs Eva Cart and Miss Lucy Lansdonn uncondi tionally as Trustee Wm Jackson declined to take an The suit of Isaac appealIp Railway for the charge of malicious persecution was dismissed by the Court Dr S C Alexander awarded J50 damages against the CORuil iray Co for the killing of a bird deg but the Court set the verdict celtic The grand Jury adjourned Sat urday morning after reporting 25 nJictmontP as Gaming 4 concealed weapons 6oanault with deadly weapon 3 sell og to minor 1 breach of peace 3 adultery 1 malfeasance in office 1 keeping house of illfnnie 1 detain cuttluia1IAf 4i4CORREjrNCE J 1 ndfronj fourth page JiI7s Stoopsion tobacco plants here are looking very sick John G Roberts of Mt Sterling was here FridayrDan Baker of Flat Creek was in this vicinity last week Sonic things have become so old that they really look new again Tho dry weather has made ourf farapers far behind with their work Failures do not make fortune fortunes often make failures Will Sampson moved from bereJ ttho Peter farm near Mt o t rl1ngIJWhen opportunity knocks at a nans door he ought not be so sleepyProbably there are several pan didaUs who now think it was na dream Mrs Kate Smith ot Mt terlI rWdusdayThere is no doubt butwbat bak qriseLeonard Roberion will leave this week for Carlinsville HI to sake that place his bomeb 11tbatanything but money Mrs S FDoland Miss Hattie Secrest of Judy were guests of relatives here Thursday o Misses Annie and Lizxie Warrens of Judy were the guests Maud Kisiick SaturdaytMrs Thos MoCIain of the Springfield neighborhood was a caller on friends here Friday The Democrats here scorn to be very well satisfied with the ticket nominated at the State primary flItplace himself in the way oftemp tation to see if be is able to resist It There is no use in longer think ng about what might have been better be thinking about wbat will be Roes sthecjurtMonday Mrs Tom Warner and son Lieu trell of near Judy visited tho for Hyrd1JrSURday Miss Maud KlssicH gave n crq r quet party to n er Vl of ldtnd Saturday evening blce lag I reported I 0 t Ci i X t2 ae etStoreOur spring and summer stock is now complete We can save you money on anything you purchaser whether it be a spool of thread or a suit of clothes Here are a few reminders of how cheap we sell Mosquito Netting 6e House Paint Gallon 1 Whitewash Brushes 25 20 10 5c Furniture Varnidh2012cSprinklers 50 40 25c Hair Clippers 70 60c Shank Hoes steel25o15 marbles Ic Cloth Brushes 30 20 10 6c Sheep Shears warranted80cFancy Screen Doors 1900 Adjustable Window Screens 33 25c 121Corset CASH PAID FOR EGGSc OwingsvffleiIs COME AND SEE OUR NICE LINE OF SUMMERDRESS GOODS SUCH AS- LAWNSDIMITIESWHITEGOODS WOOLENS c LATEST STYLE line TRIMMED HATS for Ladies Misses and Children at lowest prices LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO CASH BUYERS MRS ESTILL OWINCSVILLE KY Mrs T J Quinn and Miss Lizzie Carmody of FlatrCreek were cull ers on Mrs J T Limo one evening list week It wouldnt do for all the fools to be dead There would be no ne tool enough to make a living or the smart ones Mrs Ullie Perry of Cincinnati Ohio ard Mrs J H Tulbee of Frankfort ntme Monday to visit their paren I M WC1 Mid wtIA Tt5fu wu jins i n married for 20 years has never let is wife do any housework for fear f she ever commenced she would want to do the cooking We will bet anything against nothing there aro people who wear outS worth of loather annually runnning around thu 11 paper from their A great ado is being made by the newspapers about Grover Cleveland being nominated the fourtn lime or the Presidency Grover Clove has done more than any other man in this nation has ever done Three time has the majority of tho peopltr expressed their willing ess 5r him te guide the destinide f the nation and eight years baa e doae it If Grover U the great man ha ie said to be ho will never again go before any convention CALLS His DAUGHTER Hxuix Unheard of names to save his children from trouble wasthe leading principle of Louis of Cedar Creek Nelson Ky long years ago in nam ag his children Louis Hanilton I lives at Bardstown and lie was in trouble He was fri- uently in debt and was oftn laced in position where warrants had to be issued for his arrest The trouble to the two men the same name was that Louis Hamilton of Cedar Creek as alatost iarariably served with ivIl and criminal processes ia teaded for Louis Hamilton II of Bardstown Louis Hamilton of Cedar Creek n the birth of his first chile de rained that noneof his children be subjected to any such trouble during their life f time and be accordingly gave them the following remarkable names Sons London Judge Reputable KingdomDaugbters Snutbsrn Soil He brew Fashion China Figure Ave ue Belle HellintheKitchen It is needless to say that the dif ficulties of the father because of his name were not experienced by the children It is said that when HelllnthoKitchen was taken to the fountafn thisMIn was deftly omitted by him and tbe little one wee introduced into the church as Helen in tead of HellintheKitchen London Judge Hamilton is now one of the most estimable citizens of Hardin county and the peculiar Christian names given himself brothers and sisters was merelytI evidence of their fatber iti tention to them against any trouble similar to those to which he had been aubjecttd Jiyx staving a naro Similar ta theirs and whqlly unp by of th same hne Ie lWtd a 6gLb Lawns yd 10 8 5 4o Frilled Lace Curtains pr 40o Ladies Underskirts 125 9844 0 White Dress Goods yd 4 up to 25c Summer Girdles 25c Straw Matting yd 15 lOo Fancy Smr Parasols 165490 Apron Gingham yd 6e Cottonade yd 15 12k 10 80 Tape 4 bunches 5c Nice D S borrowing neighbors THBKiTCHEK constantly consequent baptismal theKitchea safeguard BLAKKS FOR SALKF6r blank oil leases deeds mortgages notes proofs of account verifications of demand warrants summons ordi nary sheriffs sales affidavits for attachment notices to take dtpor sitions indictments for selling t Sunday indictments for ttnr iubLbench uO come to THK OoTlioK office weIIava J5m 3 stock 10uldIti correspondents who can do so would send their items in so they MondayInerly divided between Monday and Tuesday d the forms on Hfre7 pared for golng bore night Tuesday Otherwise the printers have to work after night and they dont like ita little bit after working bard during the day also Receivers Sale Bath Circuit Court Kentucky W C Jackson Exr of M P Collins Plaintiff EquityThosBy virtue of a judgment and or der of sale ot the Bath Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1903 in the above cause I shall proceed tq offer for sale la Owingsville Bath Co Kyn to the highest bidder atpubhaaucUon on THURSDAY MAT 28lb 1903 upon a credit of four months the following described property to wit 8 bead of horses 2 jack utrtdeubl baroefs 8 sets of single harnsis 9 buggies 3 spring ar drummer wagons 1 omnibus wagon 2 doubleseated surreys 1 break cart For the purchase price tba purchasers with approved le curityar seeuritif must execute bond bearing legal interest from IIngSETH BOTTS Receiver = WATCH AND P I JEWELRYREPAIRING Odd but it almosMieemsae though some watch adjusters cant make a watch do riSht Just as some phy sicians cant make headway ia cer tain oases A change often bring about a cure in both watch and pa tient If your watch gets cranky and watches do get that way at times bring ii in and let us adjust it inecbariIt rcpalniarsneoes sary well tell you our prices are fair and work ie done oa tbe prem isos NEW MA1NSPRINBKSTFTO bCLEANGc repaired The finestg rki4 rpairing Jewelry an rBASCcrni1 JEWELER pings1ee Ky I J 43 mi i 1n v l i r SADDLES HARNESS jW- hy 2 buya shoddy cocalled handmade or machinemade I Saddle or Harness when you can get strictly firstclans goods it rO made right here at home and made out of the best ouktanned f 7flleather and by men that only make firstclass work Ja Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLE l 1 Is tbe easibst and easiestriding and most durable saddle loade If you try one set of our handmade buggy harness you will fi 2j i always use them I havo tho best lino of saddlery goods in this t ipart of the State I nm Yours for best saddles and harness J fZ EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KY ji f 2 SAM P ATCHISON DRUCCIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGARS SCr BUY GREEN SEAL SHOES T FOR MEN WOMEN and CHILDREN 41t MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U S Ar WITH LOUISVILLE O TANNED SOLESther1Ibestwearing leather in the For sale by Oscar Chandler OWl gsvilfer entucky I1L- SOME and PRICE MY GOODS jThat dollar of yours will buy more goods here than anywhere Calicoes 3 4 4y and 50 yd L wns 4 to 9C d Lace Curtains 65C arid 120 I a Table Covers 30 56 doc 4 Underskirts 50 70 135 Dress Skirts 985190225 Straw Matting iic yd Genuine Fur Hats regular 150 8pc u u 5 Si J bc JOHNS 5rcrso KATAT t LOW PRICE Ladies Vests 5 8t 10 15 and iSc u I Men and boys when you needa suit of clothes come and price mine I know I can give you same suits for less mon ey than anybody Jt SHOES WE HAVE ALL KINDS I Igp50dLadiesi25Shoes8oc Boys Vici Kid Shoes i liens Heavy Shoes pqe Hens regular 3 Patent Leather Shoes 195 JtCASH PAID FOR EGGS I Oscar Chandler CARLOAD ONHANDSALL EVERY ONE GUARAN- TEEDEILIAI IT1 BYRON W S GUBGELL ATTYATLAW Office with R Gudgell Son Court KY J JONES Livery Fad Sale OWINGSVILLE stableI Headquarters for horse and buyers Telephone connection with Preston Station SPRING11903 Blue Grass Nurseries ruit and ornamental free gripe vines mull fruitfaparagU8rhu prebrdlawneneral catalogue on r qt t phones OlliJ Menmeyer j S TON JH 4 tt J c Ji i T One door above i Postoffice i- A i SIZES St- OWING3VILLE THOS Iownthe Frank Hedge barber shop anti am going to run s first class place Your patronage is solicited tNextdonr to OurLoox of IIC W lJONATTER tOLD lIlcKliRTFllmnus amnng the most famous of pure OldKen st- uelLy whiskies whoIesomeun strengthening for the weak i pleas 4a- ntly Invigorating for the strong jFor ale by s P Atcblilon t J a J C 0 RAILWAY f 1 frI + DollyexceptSunday All otberadaUro Xra1us25aud23carryDiniug ir rnJI s 1Lh alaearle 4 2 rUllAR EFfECTIVE 1ULY27zm r JtI XITaQrTA1q4AT t1tFSTON8rAT10l HQo KA 110011Ji t No Ot 1 itIVc f f 1 11 f ti 4J5 NW tJ of co t wt 1v 1 t f d i 1Ki il2t M i WJ H c t t 1 g S to 1 o i J 7 t liir i s f V 0 II So b iI t 1f4 o fi t tnwLlL tTtfii r t ii HT f OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers i OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY 0 I THE DIVER Hit II s life of toll Into the dull t downAmid goldHeTo tedhullf Ills Is a lite of faith Down from above fouForeer4 deed But on he tolls all trusting that his ImeedOf strength will never fall for well he knows The pledge of faith Is suede by faithful love- Twere7 j well my soul when earnest life i I t i for thee Is like unto the divers trust and toll TIs often dark and hard to win ones 1 way f pathbutThy trust upon the Power above and all Thy striving shall result In victory Rev Howard Agnew Johnston D D tr In N T Observer I J TS KIDNAPPED MILLIONAIRES 1ATakofWaIISkeeta the Tropics tilt tilt I By FREDERICK U ADAMS k sIIruJGopjrltht br Lthrop PnMUhlnf Campur All ilthtt CHAPTER XXI COSTINUED 1 There was no afternoon siesta that Teowas and rustling newspapers For two l hours scarcely n word was spoken Each man read in silence intent on t those items of news in which lie had a personal interest Again they lived over the events of the 18 days which had passed this time not on the drrlii of a yacht or In a tropical wild il erness but in New York L Sylvester Vincent broke the spell lie had searched paper after paper and finally came upon a modest item in The New York Record an nounclng his disappearance 7 I dont seem to cut much ico in t this mystery he said in an aggrieved tone There was a roar of laughter in which Vincent joined Never mind Vincent said Mr T4 v Kent you are the only one in the t party who will quit winner on this I TVAK A ROAR OF Uli i 211 deal If you save those beast j luols you will be fairly rich and your pie r ture wilt be in all the papers You nw will yet be famous Did you see this Mr Rockwell Mri Kent read the following from The Record May 4th UIs sv matter of sincere regret that Mr Walter D Hestor the famous special correspondent ot The New York Record left this eltjr on a cruise through the 1edlterraneanhortl before thJs out rage curred All westbound steamers have been requested communicate the actsto Mr Hesior In order that his servlce3beeuacU ir4ucarjQ5i I 0n possible moment No journalist Is eZ better qualified to unravrl a mystery of t this character and The Record hopes to be able to announce the cooperation of At Mr Hester iria few days I should any he was well quail fiedt remarked Mr ICentImustgive Hestor credit for rare talent in the selection of steaks and wines Jr The poorfellow is as crazy as a bug I on most matters but his mind is 1 i rerlectJy clear on Scotch whisky and- cigars By the way Ience did you read those4 articles about your will J One of the papers say you leave 25 000000 to endow an old ladies home itlandanother says your entire fortune f will be devoted to a socialist univer p sity The Philadelphia papers claim that your money is left to indigent f qt4actors and race horse people Is I eIa1 SgjSimoa4 ateehriinineapeotacIes anti he smiled IPiIL at his questioner la a good ntured 4 way You aretoo old a man Kent to tbelleeeverytblng you see in news c i papers Mr Peace said and returned I to his readlrg- I have asuggeMlon to make said Sidney Hammond later in the after noonJfBestor remains around 3 these waters as he is likely to do I there In no telling what he may at t tempt It evidently Is hia intention that we remain where we are for an IndefinKa period It isi impossible to forecast what vagary his fancy mey take I doubt if he came near the SrS bungalow last night If jt is his Idea to keep us on the island and supply i us with luxuries he will objectto the construction of such a boat as t A wr how have under wav There is p nothing jo prevent his quietly com 4d j ing in tome night and towing The y Jumping Jupiter out to sea This would be a calamity and we miist run I no chances The yawl he has given uIla not seaworthy for more than i three men If necessary I am ready f to make the trip to the mainland in the yawl but our best plan Is t-ot remain together and finish our boat 4I4 Th the meantime we should guard It 4 at night I suggest that we detail two men to night work on the boat ej PThey can Workwith lanterns and guard our property at the same time1 We will do that said Mr Mor1 tonl trill gladly take the night shift foratlmeWho will go with JmeTl All volunteered and Mr Morton rt f selected Mr Haven as his companion iltr J XXIe1 XpB EWAPC FROM SOCIAL ISLAND r1rirt re boat was rapidly Rearing corn pletiqn They tested their worli-tbyJt w 8l the hull doxn with rocks biitj4pi eIkS were disclosed Each of tit eijbt compartments seemed T i ttsbe W gbt iItis was Iiise fault t iL 4P4 iIe d a t etif fh e 4 t i t 1ttI 1J t bC4sJhSPjff I 0 10 w J f e s S I tlt i fjFJit r 41 tt I f1 a d ijj i t J r tf i l1rf IoJ r t f fh typJ A J l mf JiiI l 1 fit1r J J1S J4 kLT sA J t 1 r I t 00 s 1 W heavy rain set In Saturday evening and continued all day Sunday The day was spent in reading and Mon day morning found all much refreshed and ready to complete the preparations for departure There were occasional showers during the day but it was cool It was found possible to work without the usual afternoon respite When six oclock came Mr Carmody Inspected the Jumping Jupiter and announced that the boat was finished Candor compels the admission that The Jumping Jupiter was as ugly a craft as ever stood ready to putout to sea In comparison a canal boat was a model of grace and a Hudson river raft would hesitate to recognize the prototype evolved by the builders on Social Island The only point was that used in outlining the name on the opposite sides of the cabin The Jumping Jupiter is easily described Imagine a 40foot scow supporting a 24foot cabin on top of which there were two short masts These masts supported two lateen sails made of striped window awnings and the sailmakers made no attempt to preserve any uniformity of design in connecting the stripes As Mr Kent remarked the sails looked like two teams ofcon nets engaged in a football scrim mage There were thwarts for three oars on each side of the boat A long oar served as a rudder nnd a crude wind lass supported the rock anchor But what The Jumping Jupiter lacked in beauty she made up in staunch ness and utility There was no chance for her to floundur The Jumping Jupiter is nil right said Mr Kent as they stood oil anti surveyed this marine wonder But I object to calling the Jumping Jup iter a she There is nothing ef femirmte about this boat We will cal1ltIi he It is a wonderful boat It is also a submarine boat isnt it Vincent alIt started out that waysaid Vincent with a grin I hope he wont repeat that performance During the evening they placed such furniture and bedding on board as was needed For two days Yin cent and Mr Pence had been cook voyageTheyroast bctf antI enough bread to last a week or more They placed In the storeroom of The Jumping Jupiter vegetablcspaws antI other tropical luxuries Everything which would hold water was Dressed into service Several CluiTCj 1 water were placed in the hold ns also wereriextra stores qfjfoqdtin ease astornf should wash ca lri overboard In that event it waBjproposed that all should seek shelter below and trust to luck and dinghyvaslashed There was one thought which dis turbed the prospective voyagers though none mentioned it Where was Hestor and the Shark And would he interfere with their depart- ur Had he observed their prep arniions for escape They could not hope to make any effective fight against recapture but every man swore to himself io resist such an mHyThatMonday climbed the cliffs and scanned the sea There was no ship or craft In sight tlor all they knew the ik ii he anchored oehlnd i ff w V v viicd out from the oste 1or the rcent which limited theu rt viStpn north and south V v At a cpnfereu v it vas decidedto p tout to sea about li cclock fife following forenoon unless the wind anti Weather absolutely precluded such a risk At thish9ur the tide was favorable it sung with a strong current to the north They aimed to circle the island to the north and head straight for the mainland jThich in their pilonvas not more than JSO miles to the west or southwest Bjt tnei vayV said Sidney have you anti Vincent put jour id1na Jupiterfcompart pent for them In my stateroom said Mr Pence We will put them on board toraorrpv morning JuptarthatjJlimplng Jupiter In my opinion wealf own nn equal share Now this gold shipment is purely n business proposition The Jumping Jupiter was designed solely as a passenger boat Any one could tell that by looking at him It is a great risk to 1500 pounds of gold We KJiouId charge heatyfreigllt I should inLlJcen freightItBoat Jo carry a J of heathenish Idols want tfcarryanequal weight in bananas Haminond js also anxious tp Shipomrare wood he has found Enejt of us is entitled freightTheoprc01Dm goInJtMr Kent winked solemnly at Mr Carmody II have thought of tljiit4said Mr Carmody I have found some beau tiful marble and would like to take back some of those carvings from the ruined temple t certainly is not fair to lett1onren monopolize JumpIngtThat is Tight said Mr Morton We must be fair in this matter I think that 25 per cent is too low a rate Jt should be at least 3313 per cent Tht gold Is worth 360000 as thisvJlooo This will be divided equally among six ot us or 20000 each Mr Pence and Mr Vincent will have JSiOOOO to divide between them Asa matter of equity we all have an equal share in this gold since it was performancewie will waive that I insist that 120000 is not too much to charge for freight 1 think ten pier cent is enough said Mr Pence JBe fair gentlemen be fair f The Jumping Jupiter has an absolute monopoly of this business customaryforshippers YiHceBtdo not like 6urwaybfdorig business transfer your trade to some other firm This is Bot a matter of Eentlment As a stockholder and as a man who made the masts f The Jumping Jupier fI wove you iMr Pr sSdent that we accept this fri l h1i for 33i4 pV cent of the ibJbo of thb gold bud retain theiS eQe as leour1tyfUatlct Cr hne1t tio r Cft 1 iff V tJ E jJ1 i t 4t r J r i t I1J b IIt iFt B J = Y NI second the motion said V Haven All In favor say aye saW Mr RockwellSix roared aye Those opposed say no No No shouted Simon Pence Vincent did not vote Mr Kent had nudged him to keep quiet It is an outrageous rate and I will never pay Itsaid Mr Pence Why do you fix such an unheard of rate The Jumping Jupiter is a trust and we need the money said M- rICentr nm afraid those grinning idols will hoodoo us ns It is I mote that we leavethcm behind Mr President The best we can get is a law suit 1ayItonly joking Draw HP an agreement Hammond anti have It properly signed and witnessed said Mr Rockwell Sidney did so and Mr Pence and Vincent sijrned It Early the follow Ing morning the idols went on board JupiterTuesday lair and clear with a steady but freshening southwest breeze Never had the Is Innd looked lovlicr than on the dayS set for the departure of the aways It seemed as If the feathered denizens of the tropical forests had surmised their plans and had gath ered to bid them Godspeed with a noisy chorus Their brilliant plum nge glistened in iridescent hues through the foliage around the bungalow TIle chattering bander logs watched the preparations with curious Interest One very hold monkey ventured so near that Yin cent by a sudden rush covered him with a large wicker basket After muchmaneuvering he succeeded In clamping a chain over his neck and triumphantly led him captive to the deck of The Jumping Jupiter Here is our mascot lie ex claimed ns he fastened the chain to the windlass He Is ugly enough to stand gff all the idols The monkey made a dash for Vin cents leg but missed It by an inch Vincent named him Socks on account of his white feet anti Socks was duly accepted as a mascot and a passenger There was a final survey of the bungalow to see if any necessary ar tide had been overlooked The windows were closed and barred and the keys deposited in the box under the tree where Hestor had found them The pig triangular sells were raised JumpingJupiterthe stone pier Were off saidMr Kent Good by Social Island I have had a mighty good time even If we were kidnappedSo I said Mr Morton It has been n pleasant vacation but an expensive one for me The monkey made frantic tugs at his chain nml set up a yell which was responded to fay hundreds of his brel reD on shore Keep quiet you fool said Mr Kent You will not be lonesome or homesick You are going to New YorkBut Socks was not to be con soled He jabbered and fought until exhausted Letter in the day he be came calmer and seemed to be resigned to his fate Byunanimous consent Sidney Ham mond was made captain of The Jumping Jupiter He accepted the poritlon and promised to discharge h t I1 to the best of his ability Ul Ultn unfamiliarity with craft o rIng Jupiter class but was c that he would prove seaworthy Once awSy irdiT shore they caught the benefit of tide and breeze and sept out towards tfie gateway Mr Pence took one long look towards tlockwhere he hod spent three awful hours As they approached the out Jet of Mortons Bay Sidney gave his first order He glanced at the white breakers and shouted Man the oars Six of the menafod at the long sweeps A critical moment was approaching They were headed straight for the surf Sidney saw that there was n heavy swell rolling in He stood by tho tiller and issued his instructions n calm voice When I give the word bend to youdndanger but we must help counteract the fort of tile surf We shall make it readily enougb All ready Row The bow of The Jumping Jupltct rose slightly as the first incoming roller struck thraft Mr Pence was the only one not at work and he looked at the foaming combers ahead with eyes lifted in terror There was a strong breeze between the cliffs and to Sidneys delight the boat was under good headway The men pulled vigorously at the sweeps The bow of The Jumping Jupiter sank in n way that was sickening to Simon Pence The next moment a green jyall of water fell with a crash Socks gave a shriek which was smothered as the water rolled over him The raft groaned from end to end There was a sound of breaking glass Row Row hard shouted Sid ney For an instant the boat wal lowed backwards Then a strong gust of wind filled the nails and everyone bent to the oars The next wave did not break Once again shouted Sidney There was n big wave coming It towered overhead but broke before it reached the boat There ws a smotherbf foam and a roar like that ofNlagarabrit The Jumping Jupiter was not to be stopped In a few seconds they were past thedan ger line and out in deep waterlwhere the swells rolled in regular lines broken only by ripples tih1 the breeze The oars were taken la and fastened to their places Be Continued IIToHow He Chose Ills Collins A wellknown politician once asked a New England clergyman what were his intentions for the future of his vigorous youngster who was playing on the lawn Well he said my wife and I believe in natural selec tion and letting a boy follow the bent of his mind To find out what that was Ave left him in the sitting room one day with a Bible a silver dollar and nn apple I saldIf when we come back he is reading the Bible I shall train him to follow me as a preacher if he has pocketed the dol lar I shall make a banker of him if be is playing with the apple r will put him on a farm When we re turned he viSs sitting on the Bible andibogtf Ic i 4 ljta I f a t r 7 E POISONED WHISKY Five Express Handlers Partook of It nUll Became Sick A Memphis Woman is Suspected of Sending the Package to a Clncln nati WomanBottle Became Broken In the Warehouse Cincinnati May 15Five men freight handlers were poisoned by drinking poisoned whisky Wednesday night The men were employed at the Adams Express Cos warehouse at Butler street and Friendship alley In handling goods they came across a broken package which contained as they thought a bottle of whisky The five men partook of tim contents and soon became deathly sick Ono of the men John B Flicker died and the others recovered The bottle was sent from Memphis Tcnn It Is alleged by Mrs Lizzie Mc Cormick to Mrs Kate Nobbe of this cityMrs Nobbe believes that Mrs Mc Cormlck sent her the poison in a fit of Jealousy The handwriting of the woman who has written alleged objectionable letters to Mrs Nobbe and the handwriting of the address on the bot tie are similar Mrs Nobbe at police headquarters stated that Mrs McCormick was a housekeeper for her brotherinlaw Ed win Pell sajoonlst of Memphis Memphis Tenn May ltLUpon re quest of the state the habeas corpus proceedings for the release of Mrs McCormick was continued until Tues day May 19 The request was made upon the ground that the requisition papers could not be secured until that time Mrs McCormick was taken to the Selby county Jail Detective Al Sweeney of Cincinnati reached Memphis Friday morning and held a long conference with Mrs Mc Cormick She told the Queen City officer that she Had changed her mind and would not go Cincinnati without requisition papers Detective Chllds has sworn to the warrant charging murder here If Mrs McCormick Is released she will be rearrested on charges of being a fugitive from Justice and administering poison There is no possible chance at this time to hold Pell A thorough search of the Pell house Is to be made after thohabeas corpus trial Pell says both Mrs McCormick and Mrs Nobbe his slstcrIhlaW are In sanely Jealous and that both want to marry him He will marry neither one he says but his preference Is Mrs McCormlck He says the person gull ty of the poison crime should be pun ished but he likes Mrs McCormick and will stick to her He is well to do All Memphis Is interested in the case The people here say the woman should be sent to Cincinnati to clear herselfCincinnati May 16The widow of John Ficker who was killed by drink ing from the contents of the broken express package swore out a warrant for Mrs McCormick Friday afternoon and it will be sent along with the re quisition papers Chief Millikln received a message from Gov Nash that he would issue requisition papers to bring Mrs Elizabeth McCormick from Memphis to Cincinnati It is possible that Mrs Ficker will go to Memphis with an officer later to appear at the hearing of Mrs McCormick Memphis Tenn May ISThe local police force with the assistance of De tective AI Sweeney and Lleut Renkert of Cincinnati are daily gathering new evidence in connection with the bottl V whisky which was v tv oMj3 Kate Nobbt jL t anriVea li tJie ty Sunday nformuri bringing with him lic pasteboard box In which the deadly bottle of whisky was forwarded Upon close examination 3t was discovered that the name of L P Sutton was written upon the bottom of the box Sutton keeps a grocery store about four squares from the home of Edward Pell where Mrs Lizzie McCormick was arrested Upon this In formation the police are working and they seem confident that it will lead to the uncovering of additional In formation of value Nashville Tenn May ISGov Fra zler Sunday received by mail a requi sition from Gov Nash of Ohio for Mrs Lizzie McCormick of Memphis Mrs McCormick is wanted in Cincin nati on a charge of murder in connec tion with the package of poisoned whisky which caused the death of John B Flicker an employe of the Adams Express Co at Cincinnati Gov Frazier stated Sunday that he would act on the requisition Monday Big Haul By Robbers Birmingham Ala May 18 Burglars entered the private office of Jack W Johnson the ticket agent at the Union passenger station and abstracted 7 000 from the safe The thieves took 1500 In indorsed checks and 5500 in currency and gold coins The robbers escaped Daniel J Kelly In Canada Montreal May 18 Daniel J Kelly who Is wanted as an Important witness at St Louis Mo in the baking powder scandal has been a guest at the Chateaude Frontenac for the last few weeks He declines to talk about the matter Murder on a Train Harriman Tenn May ISAs No 8 C S railroad train was coming from Rockwood to Harriman James Swlcc good a young white man was attacked by two unknown passengers ono of them killing him with a knife Granted An Audience Vienna May 18 Emperor Francis Joseph has granted an audience to Count Appoyni president of the Hun garian lower house who was also a guest at a court dinner Sunday night This Incident was arranged at the mediation of Premier de Szell Good Crops In South Russia London May 184 correspondent at Odessa cables that the crops In South Russia are in splendid condition all around and that this years yield promises to be better and larger than any for ten years past The Report Confirmed Constantinople May ISThe report that many men on both sides were killed or wounded during the engagements which constituted tho Albanian resistance to the advance of the im penal troops on Ipek has been con firmed Village Pillaged and Burned Madrid May ISThe Heraldo Mon day morning reports that troops of the sultan of Morocco have stormed and carried the fortress atTaza after hav tag burned and pillaged the villas lo thq1cInIt7 1 t r ANTIJEWISH OUrRAGESI Enthusiastic Meeting Victims Held In BaltimoreIBaltimore May 18 meetlagafternoon In behalf of the victims of the antiJewish outrages In Russia It leadingcitizenseral thousand dollars were subscribed The meeting was presided over by Dr Fabian Franklin editor of the Balti more Evening News and among the speakers were exGov William Pink ney Whyte exCongressman John V LIndlay Mayor Hayes Roger W Cull Leon Greenbaum and others Letters of sympathy were read from Gov John Walter Smith United States Senator McComas Attorney General Isador Raynor Hon Simon Wolf and leading church divines all expressing their horror over the massacre at Kischc neff and the conviction that the Unit ed States should use Its good offices to bring about a suppression of such atrocities in the future Dr Daniel C Gilman president of Carnegie Institute declared that similar meetings should be held in all parts of the United States to the end that the public opinion of this country should compel Russia to adopt a hu mane policy Letters from many people throughout this country denounc- Ing the outrages were received- A series of resolutions were adopt ed calling upon the United States to Bring such influences to bear on the Russian government as may tend to bring about a cessation of these Inhu inanities and upon members of con gross to protest Against the outrages to which the Jews of Russia are sub jected TEACHERS IN THE PHILIPPINES They Will Be Placed Under Civil Servo Ice Rules After September University of California Cal May 18 Despite the fact that the require month for teachers positions in the Philippines are exceedingly exacting the qualifications are to be still further raised by subjecting the appli cants to civil service rule The State university has just received word from Col Clarence H Edwards chief of the division of Insular affairs saying that after September 1 1903 all teachers who are to be sent to the Philippines will be placed under civil service rules Col Edwards also says that examnia tlons will be held throughout the Unit ed States next summer for the purpose of creating an eligible teachers list numbering 200- CHARLEY QUINN WEDS The WellKnown Bookmaker Marries An Heiress at San Francisco San Francisco May IS1lIss Mabel K Hopkins heiress to a million and Charles J Quinn horseman and Ken tucky gentleman are married And so society is surprised for it was all done so quietly so romantically that not a fair debutante nor a matron had opportunity to even so much as to sop at the blushing bride But even if the brides mother did not interpose objections to the groom and her broth er refused to attend the nuptials and her fashionable cousins ignore the oc casion Mrs Quinn and her dashing husband are happy- MABINIS FUNERAL Eight Thousand Filipinos Marched From the House to the Church Manila May ISIn spite of the fact that he dhJtof cholera the authorities permitted Mfchter the Flllplnlo politi Aro11er to be given a public tl il i klO Sijndar- iY f rrT niM marched froa- M br nrehand then Lu the r r eterl Hundreds of former i Cnts heatN by Aguinaldo took par i the proces sion There were no antiAmerican demonstrations A DROUGHT IN PORTO RICO Orange Blossoms Dropping and New Cane Crop ScrlouslyDelayed San Juan PR May 18 Continued southerly winds Is causing an alarm Ing drought in Porto Rico The orange blossoms are dropping the naw cane crop has been seriously delayed cattle are suffering from a disease due to lack of food and water There have been many small whirlwinds and mliior crops are scarce the coffee only being in good condition Death of Bishep Starkey East Orange N J May 18 Bishop Thomas Alfred Starkey of the Epis copal diocese cf Newark died Sunday at his home He was 84 years old lie became a preacher on May 31 1818 He was born in Philadelphia Wife Deserted IBm 23 Times Joplin Mo May is Because his wife had deserted him 23 times Samuel Enders of this city has filed suit against her for divorce He dont propose to stand it any longer he says The Sixth Payment Caracas May ISThe Venezuelan government Saturday paid to Germany through the German legation the sum of 63000 being the sixth payment stipulated In the protocol The soy enth payment duo next month Ji ready The Strike Is Over Philadelphia May lSThe carriage and wagonbuilders of this city who went on strike on March 2 for higher wages and shorter hours reached an agreement with the employers at r meeting held Sunday Indictments Quashed Telluride Col May 18 District Judge Theron Stevens has quashed 24 indictments returned by the grand jury last December for the Smuggler Union riots and murders of last yer on the ground that the Jury was Illegally drawn Brotherhood of Rarfroad Trainmen Denver Col May ISThe national convention of the Brotherhood of Rail road Trainmen began a ten days se cret session In Denver Monday morn ing All officers of the national body and 700 delegates arrived Sunday Preparing For Trouble Gibraltar May IS0wlng to the troubles In Morocco Spain has thrown up defenses at Ceuta a seaport In Mo rocco belonging to Spain and will ship thither six heavy guns which have been lying at Algeciras since the SpanishAmerican war Charged With Infanticide Lancaster Pa May 18 Virginia Thomas and Belle Berry colored have been arrested on a charge of having murdered JesseM Richardson an in font 180 colored The baby fcafl c p ol y c r0 2ii STRIKERS RIOTING At Least 85 Men Were Injured at Bridgeport Ct Another Such Outbreak Will Make tha Calling Out of the State Troops Inevitable Sheriffs and Police Were Powerless Bridgeport Ct May ISThe at tempt made by the officials of Connec ticut Railway and Lighting Co to run their cars with nonunion men Sunday resulted In a riot in which at least 35 men were injured The sheriff saya that another such outbreak as occur red Sunday will make the calling out of the state troops Inevitable At the present time It is possible that tho county sheriff will supercede the po lice In the control of the city Sunday morning six trolley cars were started out on the Barnum and State street lines There were large crowds around the car sheds at the time the cars were manned by 12 of the 130 strike breakers brought to this city Saturday by the trolley company There was no disturbance of any kind for a couple of hours When the first car however had completed its third round and was directly in front of tho Wheeler Wilson factory where a crowd of at least 1000 persons had gathered a bombardment of stones began Deputy Sheriffs Hcndme and Plumb who were riding on the car plunged into the crowd to arrest a man whom they had seen throwing a stone He was seized and with considerable difficulty dragged 50 feet to the car The stonethrower was a big fellow and struggled so fiercely that a po liceman who was standing nearby went to the assistance of the sheriffs Immediately Mayor Mulvihill was seen hurrying through the mob Ho rushed up to the pollceman and or dered him to take his hands off the prisoner He then told the deputy sheriffs that they had better let the man go During the argument tho stonethrower wrenched himself free and dashed away In the meantime stones were flying In a shower and one of thejj strupk Mayor Mulvihill on the head bruising It badly The two sher iffs jumped on the car and ordered the motorman to proceed to the car sheds a quarter f a mile distant The bombardment did not abate The stone throwing soon became so furious that the sheriffs drew their revolvers and fired five shots in the air This caused the bombardment to let up a little and the car reached the barns and was run inside The other five cars operated on the same streets received exactly the same treatment as they followed the first car into the car barns When the last car had passed within the doors there was a crowd of 4000 people gathered in a vacant lot oppo site and violence once more broke loose Brickbats stones and every thing that could be thrown were hurl ed at the barns and anything that belonged to the company in the vicinity Mayor Mulvihill sent for Chief Cf fin of the fire department After a short consultation the latter ordered out an engine company with a steam and line of hose Superintendent Birmingham also ordered every avail ble man to the spot to cooperate with the firemen and soon a stream was b ing played on the mob which sowlv- fell back before the water One of the strike breakers was assisting the fire men in holding the hose when a wen directed brick struck him on the head and knocked him to the ground senseless When the mob had dispersed tho firemen and extra policemen were or dered back to their quarters and the regular detail remained guarding tho car barns PAYMENT ON CHECK STOPPEDJ h Woman s fiV S jrf7 L Buffalo N Y MayrosS T woman recently wrote to M THCi dore Roosevelt asking for She said that she was the motf 12 children and soon expected to become the mother of 13 She said she was destitute Mrs Roosevelt sent a check for 15 and asked the Buffalo bureau of charities to Investigate It was found that the woman had only two children and that her husband earned 3 a day Payment on the check was stopped Church Struck By Lightning Beloit Wis May 18 Lightning struck the Methodist church at Rock ton III while services were in progress Sunday and three persons were seriously burned though all will recover Their clothing was literally torn off The bolt followed a chandelier The church was not damaged Good Price For a ThreeYearOld New York May 18 Hermls the champion 3yearold of 1902 has been sold by L V Bell to Edward R Thom as son of the late Gen Sam Thomas the most recent new comer on the turf The price paid Mr Thomas Is reported to be 60000 The Body Cremated Los Angeles Cal May ISThe body of CapL W E Norton capitalist and philanthropist of Louisville Ky who died at Coronado has been cremated at Evergreen cemetery Ashes will be taken to Russellville Nortons former home Killed By Insurgent Prisoners Manila May lSCapt Clough Over ton of the 15th cavalry and Private Harry Noyes who were killed May 15 at Sucatlan Mindanao met their death at the hands of insurgent prisoners whom they Were guarding Failed to Form a New Cabinet Sofia Bulgaria May ISThe attempt made by M Petkoff leader of the Stambuloff party to form a new cabinet has failed The Russian dip lomatic agent here had a long audience with Prince Ferdinand Sunday and Saturday Takes Command of the Chicago Villefranche May ISCapt Charles Cornwell has taken command of the United States cruiser Chicago suc ceeding Capt James H Dayton who has retired and who has left here for London Sentenced to Death Marion Ill May lSJerry Graves and Cal Price charged with the mur der of Mrs Nellie Relcheldorfer on the 16th of March last were found guilty by the jury after less than an hours deliberation The death sen tence was passed upon them Notorious Swindler Caught Jftbllantthe Bertillon method has been proved to be the notorious bwlndler and for ger Walter Henry Hovers of a most unsavory International reputation I oojt tv ir rvrFri r r1iC 41J 1 r DlicoyerrGarnett years ufferedburdenShements but got no better tohavepleased at the wonderful cure she herself herfrirndsmeetlThe this medicine is DodJe Kid ney Iillt and it hat done wonderful work DunlopEverybody about it and some people are claiming to have been cured of Rheumatism by it A Mrs Garrett who hives in Brazils this state was at the point of death with sony yDodlsno ever introduced here has done so much good la such a short he- Funeral Sermon to Order The old Bridewell ground which EnglishCreswell so often mentioned hr the Charles If dramatist who died in Bridewell prison and left 50 for a sermon to be preached at her funeral on condition that nothing wellThely string All that I shall say nf her i thicShe wan born well lived well and she died well for jKe was born with the name of Creswell jhe lived in Cle rkenwell and she died in Bridewell Chicago Post About Year Vacation moonlainlianyliavealreadyarrtugvdtheir waukee t St Paul Railway arid many more willhelpbeen published and will bacnt on receipt of as follows ColoradoCalifornia six cents In Lakeland and Summer Homes six cents Lake Okoboji and Spirit Lake four cents MILLERGeneral Slow He Fixed It Cant you learn to say Nor she de manded Certainly he replied and thereafter he arranged his loon companions to ask him if he would refute a of asking if he would have one thnshe was enabled to say No without suffering any deprivation Chicago Post Seems to De Mrs Chuewater lofiah do you believe palmistryMr been told that some palmUts get as as a hun died dollars week out of it Chicago Trib flC Shake Into Your Shoes Allen FootEafe It cures painful swollen smarting sweating feet new shoes StoresDontacceptA S Olmited Le Roy N Y A StriVlinnt Nerrous SiteI hear a burglr Nervcus flubandVot Ill therejStopn thp Cough BromoQuinine Wlile other men are taking summer out ing baseball players are trying togel a few Jnnings Chicago Daily TheKleancornfottableA Natural EffectThe stock market was rather everish today What the matter Undigested securities 1uck Tljree trains a day Chicago to Califor ChicagoUninAlmost always the most indigent are the mos generous Stanislaus ourFabi I i Ti r f iPP5i4tc c c 4 fex i Birth of a Great American nnllro t May 17 1003 marked the Fiftieth Anal versary of the incorporation of the New York Central Railroad a fact interesting s in the history of the State of New York for the consolidation of the ten separate small roads into one line that formed n continuous route from Albany on the east fto Buffalo on the west was the beginning that made possible the enormous in dustrial and commercial development in the country contiguous to it Articles of agreement were filed May 17 1853 tile first Hoard of Directors was elected July 6th and the whole line de livered to the new company August 1st 1S33 insuring better service more corn plete Connections between all points and a more general stimulus to development than was possible under separate rival corporations This the way for consolidation of the New York Central Company with the Hudson River Railroad in 18C9 which event that era of wonderful progress in the undeveloped west for it created a direct line lenin the ocean to the inland seas known us the great lakes and brought distant territories into close con nection with the seaboard It is a picturesque fact that this line S traverses tIle one break in tlie wholtpalachian chain betwceil the Gulf of it1 vico the St Lawrence River and it 4would seem us if Nature meant this to be a roadway for travel Certainly the j Indian found it so for the trailSthe pathway of the confederated Iroquois tribes is alniost identical with Kcvu York Central Railroad of today TK3W trail was also the pathway ofiyarduring a the French and and the tionary War and later in its offering of easy travel t lurid the pioneers of the trrichtural industry on to the broad and fallow fields of the Oencsiec to build up anti develop the traffic of the west upon the primitiveof fifty years ago to the great Ttailroa of today with its Twentieth Century lin speeding like the wind carrying its passengers on luxurious palace ears over smooth roadbed with a scarcely percepti Iidble jar and fifty years of could not find a better illustration than Is re a hated in nn interesting letter ofieniiniscences by Mr loxlnin Vilber of IxKkport New York describing rail 1KJ9Tlie the cars on btale Street in Albany cars were drawn to the city line bv horses for locomotives were not then allowed in the city The curs were ejf the ancient pattern entered by doors on the side with keats acron llie car the passengers facing cacli ither as in the oIdfashioned Iistage coaches lijltwelveridge opposite Schienectaibour curs were down an plane secured jto a rope cable the other end being attached to flat cars weighted with stone which were drawn up onsa parallel track 5changedas j reaching was there in the afternoon That 4 A pscanallanled us in Syracuse next morning riidre another packet was taken for 1fohlow1ngus from Rochester to Lockport in six teen hours The time consunic l in coming from Aew York Uly lo Ix was nearly four days being on lfce move alt the tim AlbanyAot t Li eastwaril t kformed but with changes of cars and inconveniencesThn roadwasopened and and New York became neichbors 5l Magistrate Was the prisoner armed c Fogarty That he was be was an arsenal with his guns and knives Yes and he was shooting glances and looking dig geraYonkers Statesman Why Dont You enter into the spirit of the times andprt l gie s No better to gain a few live pointers rvgardinzg Indian lerritory than 2jIY tor May issue of TheCom ing Country now ready Mdress haty s 503 iVainwright St Mo n Good nature is stronger than toms hawks Emerson Miss Rose Peterson Secretary Park idale Tennis Club Chicago from experience advises all young girls who have pains and sickness peculiar to their sex to rely on Lydia R Pinkhams Vegetable Compound How many beautiful young girls develop into worn listless and hopeless H women simply becauSe sufficient attention has not been paid to their physicalidevelopment No woman is exempt from physical weakness and periodic c 4 pain and young girls just budding into womanhood should be carefully guided physically as well as morally If you know of any lady who is sick and needs motherly advice ask her to write to Mrs Pinkbam at Lynn Mass who will JSgive her advice free from a source of knowledge which is un equaled In the country Do not about stating details which one may not like to talk about and which are essential i jota full understanding of the case xTtTx Hiss Hannah E flershon Collinsrs f wood N J1 says I thought I would write and tell you that by following your kind advice I feel like a new person I was always thin and delicate and so weak that I could hardly do anything Menstruation was irregular 1 tried a bottle of your Vegetable Corn pound and began to feel better right away I con tinned its use and am now well and strong and menstruate regularly I cannot say enough for what your medicine did for me r How HITS Pinkham Helped Fannie Kumpe wp3 DEAB MRS PINKUA3II feel it is my duty to write and tell you of the benefit I have derived from your advice and the use of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound The pains in my back and womb have all left me and my menstrual trouble is corrected I am very thankful for the good advice you gave me and I shall recommend jourmedicine to all who suffer from female weakness Miss FANNIE KUMPE 1022 Chester St Little Rock Ark Dec 16 1900 Lydia C Pinkhams Vegetable Compound will cure any Y woman in the land who suffers from womb roubles inflainjna tion of the ovaries kidney troubles nervous excitah1IIty1ncrroI QrOSQP 9nU 1I om vowns pcclal 1 r 4 3 t 1 3 cu LtfU jij iru TL LF 1L The of Cain and Abel 1WhatThey Teach 175 of the Way of Acceptance With God f tii S nnon by the Highway and Byway Pruchcr ii Iif I1 JIf Copyright by J M4so Chicago Sunday May 1903 tTextAnd the lord said unto Cain tht4 1f thoudoestWand 7 p ERG are ttrobrotk recognizingr44 g hovah and brlny IuI a Ing their offer o f ings One Is nc i ccptcd of God theyother is not I Coin was very f wroth and his fellThena 4 w1llchlaJSrebellion toward 1IInl1 the reason 9 his offering was not acceptable to God i The Lord then proceeds directly to the root of the matter lie always does Iivhendealing with a soul and lays the p of sin against Cain There is no intimation in Scripture that Cain questionsthe man without the wedding garment on in the presence of the Lord he was speechless Cain could not answer the Lord or offer any defense to the Indict 4 ment against him but a good many people since Cains time have dared to 1 reopen the ease ask God questions mid adjudicate the case by the aid of khuman wisdom and according to hn f blindlyjrailing accusation but roan dares lometimes not only to pass judg I ment upon tho Devil but to bring God to the judgment bar and ltcharge urn with partiality and I 4 Injustice Gods piercing glance i searches beneath the surface of a human reason and human conduct YInd lays bare the hidden recesses of 4tb j The heart anti we must let Gods in l i dictment against Cain stand without question Cain had no defense to male T Dare anyone attempt to make it for l itli1m There is no appeal from thejjudgment bar of God The ease cnn never be reopened but thousands of 1IolySpirita Paul gives this final and clear explana AbelVofTrrrd unto God a more excellent sac rifice thnn Cain bywhich he obtained wilncti that lie was righteous Ood leMlfying of his gifts and byithebe ing dead yet speaketht A3CD in view of Cains silence beaI 4 the Lord how striking is r it when Scripture goes on to declare In the next sentence that Cain talked with his brother Abel He dare not try to justify himself before the fJ 3Lonl but when the Lord has with hisIhis tongue is loosened I Jhnv often thought that I would like to have been a listener to that con J1 ceraatlon and yet I am inclined to think that it differed little from dls I cusslons which have continued to take place to this day between those accepteditIioscwhose offerings have not been 1 pleasing to God because as Jude puts it they the offerers have 4 gone in the way of Cain There i Aland the brothers Nature fresh ti rfV JlU f idnTh1di M venture uI tii JltMit Tbe birds rttsigin the trees overheat are busy picking out new andmelodi ous notes to add to the sweet song which God a few years before had taught them fbeteIs a busy hum in the air as the insects flashing in itheglad sunlight speed hither and a Fleecy white clouds float ing through the blue of the heav tfi ens build themselves into a stately ifclt with buildings and streets and Inhabitants until it Svouhl al 0 most seem as though the unseen hands of the angels were shaping a tk model of the eternal city to inspire In the hearts of these brothers a higher hope of a better destiny than t realLThey have been boys together They have played to p gether And now that they have grown to manhood they have both entered upon their business careers I e btrcotnii day of crucial testing before the Lord we have no reason to suppose that any difference had ever risen be tween them Out there stand these A two brothers now one with anger 0 filling his heart and the other with + the sweet presence of Gods love fill lag his One has a black and for bidding frown upon his face as he p talks the other has his face lifted heavenward and it Is lit up by the peace which rules within One who has been mute before God is now 4 pouring forth bitter words of com- plainttI and criticism the other with s earnest words and pleading tones Is trying to point out the error and reveal the pathway of faith which leads to acceptance with God- THIS was no quarrel It must not so intimated in telling the story to the children The KouHhat is in rebellion against God quarrels rightii Ieousness b lt righteousness never rrenters into unholy strife with evil and righteous Abel did not provoke J IJ hit brother that day No angry word pnllsedhisnot have felt so bitter and trans ferred his quarrel with God to the person of his brother Bui God had laid the charge of sin at his door recognizeit cellent qualities of the fruit he had J1 I brought He wanted to talk of his faith3tjI r jt1 ere has been a long line of the de s endants of Coin which reaches to the present day who recog- nizeic their obligation to God and who bring their offerings btft who fall LI to realize the way of approach to G ff aeeptaneeJtbexcellencies of that which they have Sfivfen they compare their outward lives with the lives of those who hove 1 been accepted of God through the r jaoriflce of the Lamb Chrilt Jesns- lIlt they fan to amiver the direct juesjjpn of God or rplj tg be t ylt y is s I t V64t4ryk1 iItr o f tlJtJ 111g t 4 charge which lie brings against them If thou docst well shall thou not be accepted 1 and thou hast not done well because sin lieth at the door Let us consider this question and this charge of the Lord against C ainjI N the first place the question which God asked of Cain one which He has been asking of man ever since If thou docst well shall thou note accepted The human heart ields ready assent to this question if it is granted the privilege of judging its own motives and conduct but to this the Lord of all t n ituteth the heart and knowcth the hid den thoughts and by the way did it ever occur to you that that term Inqllonea you withhold from others and cher i thshelude many thoughts of which the heart is notrelllh conscious God t hellsabove all things nnd ilespcrntcl3f wicked Who can know man knows the lurking enemies which invade the natural heart and lie Who searcheth the heart thoughtsis lectItcame as a terrible shock to the huh e trtotaken of himself and of his attitude towards God Gods should h haveof rebelling against Gods cstihialc of his offering and arguing with his brother to prove its worth and ae ceptability he should have soughtlto discover wherein the Abel was acceptable to God while his was not are the terms ofWHAT acceptm with God Surely JGodAbels arc ac and the Cams reo ilectedasks He reveals the terms upon which He is able anti willing to accept man and his offering Well doing is what God demands Absolute perfection for that is what well doing means when tested and estimated by God absolute perfection is what God requires before man can be acccpted by Him God has but one stand rd and If man cannot Ineasurouf o that standard he cannot to s heeooleniifor I am holy Did Abel measure up to this standard anti Cain fall short of it Scripture does not say or imply that up to the time of this in cidenti Abel was any better boy thai was Cain They were undoubtedly both model young men They both observed their outward religious pb ligatlons as is attested by their offerings to the Lord But the time of testing came when they brought their offerings There was an element in Abels offering which made it acceptable to God because it met Gods requirement By faith Abel offered unto God a more excellent 1sacrificewhich transformed the offering It was faith which bore it aloft to the very presence of God Cains of fering was not made in faiths but was the natural expression of the fliLIO un It is the plnin itvtara t rord t1Ihl1hlle r4- si not of faHkb t nr catt1t faith was laclj f CninV olferini God declare that sin lay ntf hiil aJrWithntpease lila I Lconsider these on the other and seehow beau iutV they fit together There isG quirement of perfect righteousnea before man can be accepted of Him and then there is faith which brides the chasm which separates the not ural man from God and which chain- as its own the righteousness WK is in Christ Jesus That which impossible for man to V lownthe medium of faith Cain trusI offcringwbicJld had plucked the fruit was rejected with his offering by God because all hlsrlghtleousnenes faith which reached recognitionioffering not only testified of his own iinworth ness In the sight of God but wast prophetic of the woy of salvation which God wa to workout in the onlybegotten Goddeiliredfering which God wanted Favor with God cannot be bought with ma terlal things or with formal religious ceremonies HE Psalmist David In the experiences which gave birth to the Fiftyfirst Psalm learned this nnd declares Thou desirest not sacri fice else would I give Hj Thou de lightest not In burnt offering Tho spiritIe long months which intervened be tween Davids awful sin and his con viction and repentance under the bold fearless ministry of tIme Prophet Nathan there is no poss bility of doubt that David sought to whitewash the foul scandal which he specialfnith r1naclebut when the arrow of conviction of sin had pierced Its heart he realized I that what God wanted was nptof ferlngs but the heart and the life t of which the offering was but the expression And the mistake whit h David made is one which Christians are constantly making There is no service which man can render to God which will blot out thestain of sin The devotion of a lifetime cannot cover up the failure which lies behind Only the blood and mer its of Jesus Christ can cleanse from sid end give thpfou gcces tP God 4 Then whet tho nailpierced hand has been placed over the sin spot and nut until then limy the offering he brought to Uotllllld be accepted The service and devotion to JOlt then become an expression of that accept since with God which has already been gained through the shedding of blood For without the shedding of blood thieve is no remission acchacus before he climbed up into the sycamore tree and met Icsus might have given half his goods to feed the poor land restored fourfold to those from w limit he had extorted unjust taxes but it would never have pained for him the testimony of the Lord This slav is salvation conic to this house No hut Zac having received the Lord gave of his substance to sifccor the needy ami righted every wrong which he had committed an expression of n changed andSc m isatterproach to and acceptance with God possible then would the rich with Kingdomher two suites would bo loft tanlHig at the door forgottenfi WKIGIIKD commercially there is that Cains offering qualed or even exceeded in value and mVeighiede offering to discover the attitude of the heart towards Him we find that Ho could not have respect unto the offer ag of Cults but that Abels offering as worthy of acceptance because aith prompted It faith suggested tIle kind of offering faith showed the way to snake the offering Abel by filth knew snore of the way of approach to God and acceptance with Him in that primeval day when yet the way of sal vation was veiled in mystery tItan does many a churchman today who rejoices i Ynhis Christian age and to whom fiod has given the perfect revelation of His wNI in ills written Word Abel did net ave the theology of the nineteenth rcntury to help him suit lust God t Testifiesthat faith taught him two timings which ain was not willing to recognizeM irst it revealed to Him righteousness of God and secondly i showed himself a sinner scaraiedKfrom God Faith then his heart that his offering must eet these conditions that his offering ust satisfy Gods righteousness and testify of titans steed It was not a mere matter of offering It must eeds he a fitting offering And so we find Abel taking a lamb without spot or blemish We see him shed its inno cent upon Gthefire and smoke rising as a sweet smell ing savor before the Lord Why the Iamb instead of the golden fruits ofcthe field Why the shed blood o a fndWhy the smoTdng aIfa71nsTe adof the eaps of glorious gifts from field and Ah reed we ask such questions in this day of the lull revelation of God Need we enter into full ex planation of what the lamb the shed blood the smoking offering typified A bels faith pointed towards the cross on Calvary and the salvation which God was to accomplish for the lost Inwn race Our faith looks back to the n ss and sees accomplished that vine Abels faith taught him was scij e somehow to be realized An by faith Abel offered unto tI1I more excellent sacrifice than uVi iy which he obtained witness thc uns righteous llighteousnoiS byileed but righteous Got Word puts it the righteousness wli ii is by faithsBi i ouaskbowcameAbehtoknowr o tto ih HIIV with me t jh 11 n TIle cm narrstand bei tb ti- rleIJiS of foliage wincU ti rwfen together for themselves u God does not suffer It thus but makes pridei0 gartlen there sacrifice is made testimony against sin and to point be way pf cleansing from sin Godihas just said that the consequence of sin shall be death and here is death wit lelIedbJ the slain animal from which is taken the skin to cover their nakedness As the wore those dresses of s skinpetual testimony to them of what death was and suggested that God would provide n way redemption for them Abel undoubtedly saw these iats of skin which the hand of God iia11 J the story from their lips Head pondered in his heart the mys teries of which the sacrifice and the coats of skin testified and though faintly perhaps yet most surely he realized that approach to God and acC ceptance with Him was through medium of the shed blood anti the burning sacrifice yAnd from Abel down through the long ages to the thief hanging on the cross by the side of the crucified Lord the way of approach to God and acceptance with Him has been through the shedding ot innocent blood which was consummate ed in the death of the perfect man Christ Jesus Abels faith revealedto his heart that some lay he would meet bjs Redeemer in Paradise the dying thiefs ear of faith heard the words This day shalt thou be with Me In Paradise And since the plan of God was wrought out on Calvary the way of approach to and acceptance with hint is still by way of the sacrifice made once for nil for sin in Christ Jesus Abel though dead yet he spcakcth ref the lesson of his offer ing teach you O soul the way of approach unto God and the way of ac ceptance with Him Sin and SnffrrlnR The lines of suffering on almost every human countenance have been deepeneTlTjf not traced there by un faithfulness to conscience by de partures front duty To do wrong is the surest way to bring suffering no wrong deed ever failed to bring it Those sins which are fatowed by no palpabje pain are yet terribly avenged even in this life They abridge our capacity of happiness im pair our relish for innocent pleas ure and increase our sensibility to suffering They spoil us of the armor of a pure conscience and trust jn God without which we are naked amid hosts of foes anti are vulnerable by all the changes of life Thus to do wrong is to inflict the surest injury on our own peace No enemy can do us equal harm with what we do ourselves whenever or however we violate any moral or re ligious obligation Chnnning Not a Barrier html is the gateway to the king timof patlenceiUnJred Presby Itrlart rf1 c r 2 FROM ALL OVER THE STATE DjBLOODLESS SHOOTING AFFAIR Stewart Hager and South Strong Were the Participants Lexington Ky May 15WaIIc bloodless the latest shooting affair In Jackson Involved the possible origin of a new feud had any of the participants been killed Stewart Hagcr and groceryWednesday Hnlerabont a shooting affair of some days previous A quarrel followed nd Hager put a bullet through trongs coat Strong had a warrant sued and Deputy Elijah Noble under to serve it finding linger at Combs drug store linger declined for reasons not known to submit to arrest and walked away When about paces Noble ordered him to halt ager Ignored the order and Noble red Hager wheeled with a pistol la either hand and fuslladcd Noble to parties11a4to enter the affray had any develop ont warranted interference In the- xchange of shots the glass front of Bohamans drug store was shattered Neither of the men were hurt and since friends took no part the incident Is considered closed At last reports Ha ger had not been arrested on the Warrant THE MEACHAM CASEs Request That the Petition For aRe hearing Be DismissedJ Frankfort Ky May 15 Chairman m titteeof appeals a request that It dismiss the petition for a of the M eeachamholding of a state primary election he petition was reinstated after the primary had been held Accompanying letter was an affidavit from Mr eacham to the effect that he had not requested the reinstatement The- roceeding is an unusual one In the entucky courtsiORDER OF THINGS REVERSED White Man Stole Chickens From a Ne gro to Prevent Starvation Henderson 5Cy May HThe usual order of things was reversed In the circuit court here Wednesday when oorge Jones a white man was found guilty of breaking Into a henhouse and stealing thickens from a Negro Uountyfessed the crime and asked the jurmor mercy saying he stole the pns because his children were crying for breadcALL IN GOOD HEALTH Quadruplets Were Born to Mrs Sim Whlttaker in Grayson County j Ellzabethtown K S nimcounty just beyond the Hardln county line has D peputyhas Just returned from the Whlttaker home says that each baby weighed five pounds at birth and that all are In lusty health and will probably live A Republican Convention Louisville Ky May 15A epubllc an convention to make rpnn ons for tate offices will be he11 n uisvllle tedUIncityTIlrllirosentiion on the COIAII vllt be one for every 100 or frai uon over 50 votes cast for William McKInley In 19W rAssessmentsFrankfort Ky May 16The state Mard of equalization passed finally on the assessment of property In the counties of Clinton Hardin and Green The local assessment of Clinton an titHardin was accepted The board rats- de the assessment of farm In Green 2 per cent and accepted the local assessment of town lots v Punishment Fixed at Death Madlsonvllle Ky May 15The Jury In the case ofthe commonwealth against Garth Thompkins charged with the killing of Jim Branc here Decem her 24 returned a verdict Thursday afternoon and fixed Thompkins pun ishment at death by banging Both Thompkins and Branc are colored Died Away From Home Louisville Ky May lSCapt Wil- lIam F Norton jr Louisvilles phi lanthropic millionaire died at San Diego Cal Friday morning of paraly sis He had been unconscious since midnight At Capt Nortons bedside when ho died was Miss Norton of Louisville The Contract Awarded Richmond Ky May 15Toe contract fur the erection of the addition to the federal building In this city has been awarded to Cloch Howard of Lexington Their bid of 15598 was the lowest They promise to have tho extension completed in five months Death of Whit Whitman Munfordvllle Ky May HWbltWhitman one of the bestknown men of this county and who was chairman of the democratic county committee and delegate to the last national con ventlon Is dead- Fortune For His Servant Shelbyvtll Ky May 14W C Hornsbys will was admitted to probate Wednesday without question He divided his property equally between his niece a grandniece and a nephew To an old Negro woman servant he bequeathed several thousand dollars Moonshine Distillery Destroyed Columbia Ky May 15Deputy Collector George Nell raided a moonshine distillery near Mllltown Thursday morning and destroyed 800 gallons of beer and 40 gallons of slngllngs The operators escaped Heavy Suit For Damages Paducab Ky May 14A suit for 10000 damages was flied In the cir cult court by Katie Gibbs against IW Conant The plaintiff claims that Conant about January 1 1903 criminally assaulted Emma Knockstcdt her daughter Brought In Another Well Monticello Ky May HThe May- field Oil Co brought In Its No 9 In 0seefeet It Is the best well In that sec lion ot country B makes kit least JOO 5arr ls tci TRAIN WRECK AT MHENRY Two Trainmen Killed and Other Pertsons Were Injured More or Less OwcnsbDro Ky May lGAs a re suit of a wreck of the eastbound Illi nois Central fast passenger train nt McHonry miles from here FrIdayj evening Fireman Curry and En Matthews was killed and a mail clerk and baggagomaster badly Injured A score or more of passengers were jured more or less The train was the New Orleans limited running three hours late and going at a rapid speed As she approached tho depot at Mc denryleft the track Six coaches followed the engine anti tondor rnd all rolled Into the ditch The engineer and firemen were caught under the engine arid crushed to death A special train from Central City with physicians was sent to the scene of the wreck COL W C P BRECKINRIDGE He Declines to Prosecute Jett Charg ed With Marcums Murder Lexington Ky May I6Col W C P Brccklnrldge Friday declined to ap p b hutwidow of the murdered man that he would advise with any attorney whom he might engage and aid her in that wayMrs Marcum next called upon Chas Bronson and requested that he accept the prosecution but he also de clined for the present on the ground hat he was under the care of hl3 family physician and unable to attend to his duties lie promised her how ver that If he was able to appear In the ease later and she still needed him he would be glad to assist heriBitter Oil War Lexington Ky May leThc Jury in the case of James E Doyle against the Standard OH Co and others Lroughitn favor of the plaintiff for 2600 Of this judgment 2300 is against the Standard Oil Co anti 300 against C B Gilman its local agent The suit was originally Instituted to recover 25000 damages for malicious prosecution and is an outgrowth of a bitter oil war between the rival companies doing business here The case will bo appealed Illicit Still Captured Richmond Ky May 14 Deputy nited States Marshal J C Mulllns Deputy Collector W T Short j Puredarge quantity of whisky was destroy The alleged proprietor John Me Klnney was captured Several shots were fired at the officers but they were not hurt The Last Day For Protest Frankfort Ky May leThe attor eys for Powers have as yet made no in the court of appeals for a writ prohibiting Judge Cantrlll from In the next trial of trolr ell Iatthe 14th day of the U be next Tuesday to apply lot wi but so far there is no inclination that they Inted to take advantage of the time granted Union Employes Struck Ashland Ky May HWhen It Od learned that J W Mahan Co it erating the planing mills at Nor ai had Ir rov d tw ionunlv n aittre oeltqto tti it negotiating with iuo men o1 have greed to discharge two of LJt objectionable parties Quarrymen Badly Injured Paris Ky May HWhlle blasting ock for the ParisLexington InterS u rban Electric line James white Aaron Norris and Geo Smith colored were blown up Wednesday aft crnoon at the quarry of Hedges and terribly Injured The first wo may die- AppoInted a Commissioned Frankfort Ky May 16Col Roger D Williams of Lexington was ap pointed by Gov Beckham a member of the board of commissioners ot the Eastern Asylum for the Insane vies Richard P Stoll deceased A Destructive Fire Shclbyville Ky May 1C Shelby vllle was visited by a destructive fire and property to the amount of between 25000 and 30000 was consumed The belief Is strong that the fire was of Incendiary origin The Closing Exercises Jackson Ky May 16The closing exercises of the Lees collegiate institute lasting four days were largely attended between 400 and 500 people crowding the institute chapel every night The New Dormitory Barbourvlle Ky May IS Worit has been renewed on the dormitory to Union college This will be the largest and most handsome building in the city The school has been run ning for 22 years and has never had a dormitory A New Circuit Clerk Versailles Ky May 16Claude A Witt has been appointed by Judge Can trill to fill the vacancy In the office ci clerk of Woodford circuit caused by the resignation of Clerk Lewis A Berry who has gone to Kansas Given a Life Sentence Williamsburg Ky May l5aStrunk aged 23 was given a life sen tence for the murder of Jeff Coffey at a blind tiger In the western part of this county In 1899 over nve cents won In a crap game Strunk escaped to Texts but was brought back last January Veteran of Two Wars Frankfort Ky May HG W Dan- Iel aged 72 a private In the Mexican war and a captain In the union army In the civil war died at his residence this city Thursday morning He hud In a pension attorney for many years Death of J Washington Wann Louisville Ky May HaJ J Washington Wann who was one of Louisvilles most plcturesquee charao Lets and who was a frequent candidate for mayor died Wednesday morning at the city hospital at pneu monia Boy Weds a Matron Lexington Ky May 14 Wednesday Rome Whallen aged 19 was married to Mrs Louisa Douglas aged 49 Both are from the village of Athens ami this Is the fourth maUlWPRlfil venture of the bride s j Si t 5iFTHE INTELLIGENT JUROR etc Who Rind to Inquire the Meaning of Ilnlnllff and De fendant orlwf1Smotintelligent canimpreu Ifthevsays the New York Sun hut the itencgrapher of one division of the supreme court tells an incident ofa mistake that wa found out heentakenthejunwhom both counsel had tingled out an IhIrecipient of their impassioned appeals informationI have been bothered good dlalaielthe juror about two words the lawyers use here all the time What are they asked X- llctinl to be called upon to expound res otherdlt saidhemean Informntlon IVnntrtl- ProfeMor said the medical MiiVrt anluiuleforAntidote for water exclaimed the a professorYes embryo M U You see I intend to practice in Kentucky and I want to be perpanxl for wortChii- cor Daily News theheaiwall to do his utmost Collier tbthandsurple youngaughterhome to liquor Princeton Tiger l umplionF Uoycr Trinity Springs lad Feb 13 1100 The more we do the more we can do the havehlazhiLtThree solid through trains daily Chicago to California Chicago Union Pacific NorthWestern Line theinnerCuredBOokA mule kicks hack because he cant wearDetruit Free Irets MARKET REPORT Cincinnati May 1C CATT14ECommon 3 25 4 25 Butcher steers 4 90 5 00 CALVESExtra 6 25 HOGS Ch packers 20 6 27i a Mixed packers 6 00 6 15 SHEEPClipped 4 75 LAMDSSpring 00 7 50 FLOUR Spring pat 3 00 4 20 WHEATNo 2 red 75 76 CORNNo2 mixed 47 OATSNo 2 mixed 36 RYENo 2 tiI 57 HAYCh timothy 17 7- 5PORKClear family t20 05- LARnSteam 8 60 UTTERCh dairy l2i Choice 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anydlOlcult spect now Yours truly Jons E KIIA SIZE 2423 W Mai- nBtreetForemn American Tobacco Co AflEISISEENWAU I bad a bad pain In my back I could hardly walk or sit down I could not write for sample but got a fiftycent box of druggist and they have made me all right No other med icine did me any good Aro CARL 505 85 lit St East IIID CENTS tuRESALL HEADACHES U i i ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Boar Signature of See FaCSlmlo Wrapper Below Tor mall KAM OUTIto tako s CARTE8I1ILE IYER PILLS 11INever Turn their Da- ksHiresootbeer I Itm k thoirfacM re nations wberecr mrrbJ malltorze COMalvemPa Every one who uses Doans Kidney Pills free trial has a good word to say for themthats why they are most prominent in the public eye Aching backs are cased llIs back anti loin pains overcome Swelling of the limbs and dropsy signs vanish TlJe correct urine with brickdust sediment high colored excessive pain in bedwcttingDoans calculi anti gravel Believe heart palpitation 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KidneyPills times Mrs FMT GOULD 914 W Lake Street Poans Pills nitre when others fall II SicfcNervbiis i 4 S eurich- eadaches tRiIs- o1DIzcnrhi1cE wmass 54 4- c i I it noOUf J A Beautiful Young Society Womans Letter ST PACT Misrr I 531Wabasha f Dr Hartman Columbus 6 Dear Sir UIMokPeruna as sum jmel when I waS ill ran down and had a headache and backache and no ambi lion for anything I hmu 4 feel as well as Icoer did in a allmy life arid Hit thanks is due to your excellent Pe rinaBess F Healy The symptoms Of summer catarrh arc quite unlike In different cases tho most common oncirarcpcncral lass tude playedout tirciVgnt usedup rundown feelings combined with more or less heavy stupid hitlesS mental Relish for food and theabhhitytodigestloodscems to be lost Skin eruptions salloW com Iplexion biliousness coated sleephelpwhich is so common at this season Ieruna so exactly meets allJthese conditions that the demand is so great for this rem ycar1hntit promptIuse of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a asoandhe rrAddress IsStands for Union Metallic l Cartridges It also stands for uniform shooting and satisfactory results Ask your dealer for UMC ARROW and NITRO CLUB Smokeless Shot ShellsuThe Union Metallic Cartridge Co t BRIDGEPORT T CONN LGRAINIcrrw TUE KEASOX WHY more 1ibeat u grown In Western 1 dIV fewlborCmontbsIsproportion to ttae unlldbu Tbe V1 Gwbiehgrainwillcornatorrfre poaod or busheL U as lair a standard upoundamntlieEast Area under eros In Wettern Canada ISO l g7113O Acres Yieldloos 117n32134 Bushels HOMESTEAD LANDS OF 160 ACRES FREE the only chunta for which la S1O for making entry Abnptjanreof water and fuel cheap building ma Serial good eras for patture and bay a fenilesotu lH cntrlnfAIL and acllicaie Kmmtanaunred and aa iW3ta season cf Send to I be follow a Inr for an AO14n4 ber literature and alto for certificate glriUKioa r ced frelgbtand passcnier rates etc Snperln or Innntornllon Ottawa CnaaUa i LVILLtAMsItOOm c 61II1rdlan QoTpmioent Aernir fR Ff f 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out of itt tionery should montfon fact on a k separate slip of paper tI THURSDAY MAY 21 1003 LATCB returns made no change I In the positions of tho candidates of the State Democratic primary SKKAIOK BADE BAILET of Tex as is reported to have plnrod Wan Itreet f50000 to Uto good 15Hemay be an octupus himself yet a THE high price of cotton last tentt 1901 High cotton means Jihighmules TDK retail cigar branch of the i Tobacco Trust spent 720000 to crush out competition in New York City Their purpose being ac increasaVn prices 4s announced NOTHING in any ago and among s AllY people could exceed in fiend 4i jshaess the mastacre on Easier Sunday of the Jews In Klsincheff by a bob of some linn i4drcd of Russians the police and soldiers looking on with indiffer SS enoe 4TUESTATE CKKTAI CoiiuirrEE 4S has decided to call a convention to he held at Louisville July 15th to Vj a Republican State ticket 4cUelogates will be elected In coun 1I ty mass conventions July 11th the basis of representation to be one 4 4e delegate for every 100 or fraction MoKinJeyin JUDGE D B BEDWINJC has caned i 1aMayt26tht r SV- investigatethe thiLa run pert over VVVhe state of terror in Brealhitt andpa wlll not be appeaned by anything r r r sbort of an enforcement cf the law incldent last week flustrated the lawless condition of affaire at Jackson Breathitt Co iSoutn Strong began jokingStewart t 1IiZr about some shooting affair JL quarrel followed and Hager she t a hole through Strong coat fS Strong swore out a warrant for SherifIf bt refused to be arrested and L11ct away Noble fired a shot and pistolijBOYer No arrest was made It is waM that friends on both sides armed themselves and wore ready Ito open a feud if either party had r lt betn hurt Heroic action on theI tart of the State autbojitie ap pears to ie the joply solution If I nothing else ill do the abolish tbV5should be done Savoyards Lotter ILouEivUle Post WaalullgtonMrCarllegfe con to erect librarlot in bothI hemispheres and if the generations jet to be art not Yell informed peet i CarnegieslItjlt is too expensive for that Let UB call it benefaction and it is isuob benefaction that it is not bad li t Banners to look in its mouth Mr iV4 in the world and ho aays jt is dis reputable to die rich Ho isam Scotchman and has gathered much LJold His career baa been xtra fXJ ordinary his success wonderful the greatest of 1hsanufaotvrorand the greatest of orchants But their i quostlon comes and knocks at overy raani intelli jz gonoo and ask Is it good ror a indlTlduaJbouhi iDharltyf 1130iadthl4i i Ledtipon4 s oruto EVCtyone that hatb- IhaUbe ijncfhe shall bans C hundaJ eebut from hint that ibatIIThatjt was intended that oner Jk VrAbould jbo richnd another ther9Jlittledoubtjun bewfmSi and Bnothep foolish But it Mr p IeltItfthrUwage ThaT was admitted No doubthegotraw materials to rivalgcattbemeaButtctured at lefkixpense that jiiiybody else Cotigress came blchItjid IndlrorCMIuJdebID In and lure Mr CIrijito continue in a bus profitirti kvei today tbut the great steel trHft whence ia derived so much of JlrXJarnoglos vastineoBo is hired f2J5 IVItee1hif4tHJflCGutri t ian thsae goods it sold ir MntqmersWhat Il1I8odasUmer onesq of steel But lisle JIer Man who consumes what a rallreadhanU consumer of tteel fotrilig rater are aff ffctfel by the i pric of tesJraifl dbrijo paterjal aid many other S r IAdIIUWt 5a0 SIt j I t tl q0 r I = frt5 f t1 p 2 if i j t that enter into the opera ion of a road A farmers crop II affected by freight rates and the farmers crop is affected by the price of steel in farming machinery und utensils Carnegies millions came from the American people low much of iUt Just reward of enterprise and industry and how ffluch is due to extortion 1 know not The rending habit is tho source of much happiness The roan with the rending habit lives many lives und lives in many ages To an im aginative mind it ia the greatest of blvscings It is not every one who can acquire the rending habit It depends on the mind and on the temperament Oliver Cromwell was ono of the greatest men who ever lived but we have no account that he ever read anything but the Bi ble and Monks military discipline They were all ho required That was a very religious generation and to load Cromwell had to bo relig ious Hence he read the bible In the beginning of the war the cav aliers whipped the roundheads nearly every time By and by Cromwell captured Monk who had been Jn tho big wars on the conti neat Monk had written a book en tactics and discipline Cromwell got hold of it adopted it and he made his army the beet in the world They were simply invinel ble Libraries were of no account to a man like Cromwell who read men not books Libraries are for men after the order of Burke and Gladstone men with the reading habit and the makers of books There are a few men after tho order of Burke and and Gladstone in the full degree but many in lesser degree Mr Carnegies libraries will be of groat advantage to this class of people but communities are not going to grow Burkes and Gladstones Poet and Longfellows just because they havo befen given libraries Educa tion doesnt make the thinker and reading doesnt make the scholar Bolingbroko said that the most hopeless Ignoramous he ever saw was a man who was a constant reader A man might read all his life and be unable to wake a speech like one of Patrick Henrys grand orations and he might study the art of war for years aud be unable to make one of Marlboroughs cam paigns In partnership with the general government in the taxing business Mr Carnegie has reaped multitu dinous millions or to express it bettor the people havo taxed them Helves enormously that Mr Car negie might become enormously rich And now Mr Carnegie is so infatuated with taxation that it must even be the handmaid of his generosity No community can get a library from Mr Carnegie unless tbat community taxes itself to perpetuate the institution Mr Carnegie has no charity for and does not believe in assistance U- ithe helpless He helps those who can and do help themselves They who journey and have neither staves nor scrip nor bread nor money nor two coats apiece need not apply to Carnegie And so Mr Carnegies charity is expensive and narro j ms iiIin suspicion of the c uriit He builds libraries otf the principle that TruJanT constructed public works Trajan was a materialist and a heathen Carnegie is a utili tarian and a Christian Bothwould lard the fat hog It may be urged that Mr Carnegies money is his own and tbat bo baa a right to do at ho pleases with it and that it is an impertinence to criticise his charity That would be absolutely true if Mr Carnegie did not stipu late that the public must help him to ba charitable The public has already helped him to bo rich and having made him rich beyond the dreams of avarice the public IP now called on to make him chant- able beyond the dreams of enoo Wo cannot call his gener osity princely though we may say the sum total is munificent in amountWhatever good may come from Mr Carnegies libraries and sums good must como from every library It will be fortunate if itcompen sates for the positive Immorality that results from the vast accumu lationt of our multimillionaires Men like Carnegie pay no taxes to the general government on their rultfindividual who accumulate in a reapllIsow where be does not etiew You just cant make anything else out of it It is immoral and it is demoralizing 1fbltls a question for the North The South has her race question 0 SAVOTABD n CORRESPONDENCE Mud Lick Well that wedding did comet off Simpson Karrick told a gray 1IIre for f40 s Lafe Statona little boy whhaj pneumonia Is some bettor Thero if some good in all men but thodovllof itiB it stays In most of theta J H Campbej of Salt Lick was the guest of bis grandfather Win Karrick S sy Mill a SnJnJiaand Mottle Spencer were est at Salt Lick SundfcnightV 1Savecal attenoedservices at lower Salt Lick Snnday Rev Wm Sexton preachedIMrs JIrretteStnllof near Springfield visited relatives here from Saturday until M ndaY1Many great man were once book but there were more book agents who were not gnat menICleveland Downs and wife who went to Illinois a few weeki ago turned to Kentucky last weekc Cleve thtnkt there is no place like Lilt Silt Lick 7 i itf lc9 j f I Jii r J 1J t r J r f t hinga i WyomingV There was preaching here Sun day anti Sunday night h George Sixs horses ran off Sat urday in the wagon and broke down a telephone pole Wm Brinegar of Little Flit was to see his daughter Mrs Elijah Morgan a few days ugooJames Routt and his two sons of Maysville visited their aunt MrstMartha Hedger a few days ago The Sundaysohuol children are going to have n rally tho first Sunday in June Everybody invited Mils Mattie Hudrick and young Mr Gulliver went to see the formers parents Saturday and Sunday The annual meeting which is attended by a large crowd will be held at White Oak Church tho 4th Sun day in this monthIElijah Morgan and wife wont to tee her parentp Mr and Mu Wm Urinegar at Sweet a few days agoJThey are going to stay two OlymPIa Rube Copher called on friends here last week Herbie Costigan went calling in Salt Lick Friday Ed Swarts returned to his posi tion in Breathitt Co Coitiganfbusiness v Dr Jones of Odessa was called to the bedside of his sister Mrs weinnm ITho Salvation Army is holding g protracted meeting here Very much good is being doneVMr and Mrs Jl P Copher left Sunday to attend the Confederate reunion at New Orleans Mrs Tqromio Thompson return ed to her home at Chilesburg Sat urday after a twoweeks stay with friends here Peter Shultz is improving slow ly Mrs Snedegar is some better Mrs Robert Swetnam is not ex pected to live Mrs Frank Beagle is very sick Misses Lizzie und Jessie Sivnrts returned to their home at Simpson Breathitt Co accompanied by StraightIwith his parents here Luck to you girls Crooks Mrs Peter Bashaw of Ragland is visiting relatives here Mrs G R Armstrong and little daughter are visiting relatives in Mt Sterling Miss Florence Pergram of Car rington visited relatives here this week StepIJohnson Mrs James Horton end daughter were in Mt Sterling sk iuiigVlast Tuesday MrSjPaV piersaTl and children xf T pij clphur arevuhing rel ivasftero Rain is badly needed hero The ground is so dry it cant be plowed to do much goodSMrs Newton Johnson of GraSge City visited hersister Mrs Jasaot Horton last week Omar Willson shipped carload of to Cincinnati Tuesday and a carload Thursday Mrs Harvey Satterfield is very low with consumption not expected to live but a few day Ed Grubbs and wife of Mt Ster llsg visitedtho family of GR Armstrong last week Miss Lena Hazelrigg and Mr Crouch of Bethel visited the faa ily of Charley Reed last week J T Hovermale and wife were called to the bedside of their daugh ter Mrs Coburn in Menifee Co Friday She it quite sick- Stepatono Miss Bessie Ray spent Sunday with Miss Eva Campbell Mrs Chas Conloy is still on the sick list but is a little better Wm Helnig was at borne several days last week fencing on hit farm h e Mrs J D Alexander was at Mt Sterling shopping several days last week Wm Williams of oorefield has been herO visiting relatives for tbeI past week L R Watts of Winchester was the guest of Miss Vivian Perkins over Sunday last week Burl Ray and Tibbs Greenwade were at Jefferspnville Ky Sunday visiting Miss Lillian Ramsey- Elder Parker and son took din net with the families of jfohn Ear rick and Frahk Brown Sunday Jacob Warner of Olympia areI rived here Wednesday on a visit to his daughter Mrs Price Rayburn Mrs TJ Alexander spent from Saturday till Monday at Mt Store hug visiting her sister Mrt Wells DF Myers Jr and wifo spent Sunday as the guests of Mrs Ma parents J W Montjoy and wife at EwingtonV Unole Chas Carpenttr who is at hit daughter Mrs J M Steeles is very eak from nose bleeding forJwhich it seems he cant find a remtedy to farsG M Carpenter of Slate Creek died recently just about three months after hit wife had passed away He was a good man and had lots of friends Wm Warner I and wife have been keeping house for him since his wifes death The death of hm wife was the mainScause of his death as ho had pining away since her death he thought the wojrld and alJ of bet- J 1 r Slate Valley Tho whoopingcough is prevalent ere No rain yet Corn not near nil planted Sundayschool is Rotting along nicely hero Elder Ross at Fergus ns SundayISlate Creek is so low you can al step across it Frying chickens are worth 22 cents a pound here Elder Dawson preaches here the first Sunday in Juno Professor Tapp will commence a singingschool hero soon Slim Shultz sold a cow and c tlf County Court day for toISam Shulz and wifo were guests the family of Martin Jones Sunday eve James Snedogar and family wereI guests rf the family of Cabo Snedi egar Sunday Mart Sexton and wife of Craigs visited their son Haryey and ramI fly here Sunday Alf Sorrell wife and children were guests of the family of Sam Shultz Sunday eve Wm Toys mill was received last weekand set up He is now able to make nice meal at home Tux OUTLOOK is tho best paper I ever read If you will take notice it never misrepresents anybody Sam Shultz and wife visited the family of Dan Blevint near Olympia Friday and Saturday of last week Mrs Laura Kash and son Carlie went to Olympia Sunday to be at the bedside of Mrs Kaiha niece Mrs Robert Swetnam who is not expected to live but a short time Craigs Claud and Hoyt Warren each bought a now wagon Hoyt Warren bought n span of mules of George Hart for J250 The has been some lumber hauled from Slessert mill the past weekClaude Warren bought a span o f mules Court day for 220 Iron Andy English Henry Warren of Preston came down Saturday to visit his parents F F Warren and wife Still dry and some people are not done planting corn yet Gar den stuff io doing no good now We had a nice Sundayschool Sunday Brother Mason Vice help ed in our school and we had some nicepiecei recited by the scholars There ia a very sick family in this place caused by eating some mustard greens that had some kibd physicianIthat was left by tie backwater from Slate Creek People had bet tar be careful this dry weather what they eat There will be a meeting at the Old Virginia graveyard on the 30th of this month nt 10 oclock a m and preaching by Brother R T D Zimmerman and others andat the Purvis graveyard attwooYl ok p m by Brother Anderson cu TVJ notrorgWgnm friends graves and decorate them in memory of the past It will not be long until we all shall bo laid by their side Dear reader did you ever stop and think about this decoration day It ought to be a tad day and we ought to give thanki to our Creator Sharpsburg And itis still dry John Hawkins was in Carlisle Sunday Most everyone here are watering their plant beds tThe cutworms are said to be very numerous here this season Cabe Utterback and James Pet ers Sundayed in Mt Sterling J W Allen aId John Crcke t were in Mt SWrg Tuesday B D Utterb and S T How ard were at Wy4tug Tuesday Several passed up Sunday even SterJiniCourtDr W Ben Triplott of Mt Stir ling tpent Sunday with hit parents near town Tom Robertson pt Bethel was here Tuesday looking at some crops of tobacco Mrs Nelson MoLoney and Mitt Salli Caldwell wore visitors in Alt Sterling Friday Mrs S T Howard and daughter Miss Lena were shopping in Mt Sterling Friday 0 B Spratt and John Sharp took a trip to Sage Bottom Sunday for pleasure Mrs Wm Smathers and little ton Charley visited at James Jones several days last week The Sharpsburg Fishing Club went last Tuesday to Licking on- heir annual fishing trip A number here have lost in the last two weeks valuable milch cows with bloat from white oloforI Capt Jas Rogers of Cane Ridge was here Saturday organizing The Tobacco Growers Association Mesdames J W Allen C V and John Crockett attended r he entertainment and strawberr Saturday evening at Bethel Thomas Grimes John R TripltU John C Arnold John D Richaw John Triplott and Esq S T How ard left Tuesday for Lick ng on a fishing trip Goodluov to you boys ee our samples and getour prices and we do your job work I J I A Y 1f i LIckina Unlorii hogstoSaltLickBorn to E W McKinney and wile another redheaded boyV S1bKAhIceArmetrongwhae Bro Johnstons oldest son has the feverThe manager of the Scranton andThursddY400 bushels of different parties at 3 per barrel Wo are having dry weather There was a good deal of corn planted last week but the farmers are not done planting yet Some have ground to break The Central Oil and Gas Co had two wells cleaned out and four gooddealgines running and pumping oil r Bro W H Childress closed hls series of meetings at Yale last Sunday night with good interest Bro Childress was our circuit rider 20 years ago Hols a good man and has been a great stay to the church Several from this place attended Jilt meeting Sunday night A X Odessa 1 R Darnell and W W Bailey went toOlympia Sunday C P Stephens sold a sorrel mare to Garr Anderson last week for 58 Prof began a singing school at Vtete Oak Church Fri day night x The farmers here are waiting for rein both to plant their corn and let tobacco Several different parties in this community have lost cattle by their eating clovei S 0 Hawkins and wife went to see the latters sister Mrs R R Swetnam at Olympia Saturday night Aunt Sallie Darnell returned Sunday from a weeks visit Wlb her son rhos L Darnell aud with inOwingsvilio v Miss Hopkins of Illinois Is the guest of her uneJeOS Rodgers and wife and will visit other friends in the county for several day Mrs Howard who has been with Dr Junes for cancer treatment had the last application made last week and returned to her brother John Alexanders Dr A W and M L Jones are nowand have been principally for the past week at the bedside of their sister Mrs R R Swetnam at Olympia who is lying at the point of death Mr ansI Mrs John Noble of Champaign III arrived at Dr Jones here Saturday the former for treatment for rose cancer Mr Noble says ho has had it cut out once Bud eaten out twice but it returned each time Salt Lick J II Jones was in Mt Sterling Sr ray Sum Jones of Huntington itx- v jVgelatives here Mrs Sate hoij of FarctTrs sptnt Sunday will relative Miss Nora EnglUa IS visnilag friends illn Portsmouth Ohio Mrs Alfred English his return ed from a weaks visit to Wellford Roe Jacjtson went to Lee City last week to work at a logging job Misses Kate Bates and Celeste Wjlliajns of Bcronlon were in toirm Friday- LItttelliss Nellie Clyton cele bunted her seventh birdayV On May 9th by inviting Q Wuber of- her liteJri8lJds to dinner Clarence Kercheval and little daughter Nancy of Ashland are spending a few days with the former brother E L Kercheval Preia Jackson arrested aim H Rose and Mart Jones of Rowan Cqf and Cy B Perry of Morgan Co all charged with mopnthinlng Mrs Lou Ragland and Aunt Jennie Clayton went Saturday to Morehead to visit the latter grandson Gland Clayton nd lam ily Sbouse Co havo leased the widow Addington farm oppoiiJMi the well drilled on the Hedrfetf tapipayisg for said leaatsjtbe suiiof100The VV countenance of Slier man Gullett our new Postmaster can now be seen behind the bars at the general delivery window in the poBtofSco ITurner Myers who i4s so badlyI injured in a millat rmerlf getting along very well rs Rob bins and Blair amputated flu arm just above the elbow The young men belonging to tho Young Mens Prayer meefjng went on A fishing trip to the head of the narrowgauge R R dis tance being27 miles They report a splendid time but no luck fish ing The Hedrick gas well supposed to be a dry hole was on examina don found to contain eightyfour feet of highgrade oil A sample ent tQ Lexington and analyzed sowed 90 percent pure pil said byexperts to be only to any ntheUSfrh v living on Pike street will give a Japanese sawn fete in the near future date and place to ie given latcrFbe object ot this entertainment ii to seoura funds to build a pavement down the pike- biVi8 a cause in which tile entire own is Interested or should be at it is a improvement nd evJ JNt I j Springfield O B Spratt wont to Blue Lick Springs Sunday Walter Boyd visited hie mother at Judy SundayVVStanley Arnold of Mt Sterling was a visitor hero Sunday James Spratt lost a valuable ox Friday by it being drowued Miss Maud Spratt spent the past week with Mrs Jamos Jones Mrs Will Smathers of Ewing ton visited relatives hers the past weekVMesdames WA Boyd and 0 Bi Spratt were the guests of Jtfri Lucy Smathers SundayV Misses Lida Smothers and Goshia Boyd visited Mrs Furgerson at Judy Thursday Misses Lida and Lutie mdther and Goshia Boyd wore the gUesti of Mrs Sarah Spratt Saturday nightMiss Goshia Boyd who had been Sipatherfor i I horn MondayV Upper Prickly Ash rqJvWillie Harafltoir I sTral days last week wtibnf tljiMontgomery Co Mrs Jennie Gudgell of Slate Creek is visiting iiPthe neighbc hoo4 this weekVCharles HarTf of Ashland vii ited his parents Daniel Harper and wile several days last week Almanza Stone and wife visited T J Carr and family near Mt Sterling Sunday and Monday Mrs John Coyle of lower Prick ly Ash visited her mother trio Jennie Hamilton several days last week Mrs Daniel Harper and Mils Walter Mae Ratliff visited Walter Harper and wife in Mt Sterling Saturdayand Sunday Sundayschool was organized at Harpers schoolhouse last Sunday Supsrlntendtent Mrs George Tacketl and hitti daughter left last Thursday for Missouri where she will make hr home in the future with her par ents William Brinegar of Little Flat and Samuel Sanderson of near Sherburne were guests of Daniel Harper andfanilly one night luti weak Thomas B Hamilton of Montgomery Co spent Sunday with H A Lyter and wife His grand mother Mrs Frances Uamilt went home with him ta spend ia couple of weeksVBethel Mrs Sanford Raraoy and Mrt Cy Arrasrnith spent Monday in Carlisle Mrs Ed gregory and littlo ton James spent Saturday and Sunday in Mt Sterling Mrs Will Hendersnn went to Lowisburg last weak to see her sis ter who is very ill The new Methodist Church will be dedicated next Sunday May 24 Everyone Cordially invited ngtf ber aunt Mrs Carrie Arratmith Very dry in this rain needed badly outlet us be hopeful weare promised a sued and harvest Dan Arratmitn was called Fri day to the bedside of his only sis ter an Susan Satterfitld who ip critically ill at Grassy Lick j fThe entertainment held last Sat urday afternoon was a success in every respect A largo crowd at tended The children entertained the crowd in the school building They did admirably The addres sal tableaux music ndsingIng were splendid Too much praise cannot be given to the little noi who took part After the entertainment the crowd repaired Seth Free Mason Hall where luceKi strawberries ice cream and all tlel of cakes wine tervsc ji bundanpeJr54 was received fo tnt benefit pf the4nssuperintdedfh1alr other aejnbere doing theiir a- llip Mrs Williams knows her rt ti getUp a nice cburchv supper tb jthakandpraiee Wi I work IOklau N The tick here are improving Tobacco plants are assail hire and there will bf a late ttttiiif J- rEddieTJausherty vIsited his cle W T AtpbUop lfSproutStn ay EverybodyifeM to Owingivfll Monday May lltb and took tIb- hiredhe1pV Housecleaning painting paper lugwera Lbs order of thedyVLI weOkdA e aremaking aratipwiop th8ineetiDg at U pea White Q ntxtSuDaay yMy 24jt- hTheSuajiayselioel is progrcMJBg here and WSVhave qultr a nasiWof 7i8tpr every Sundjiy aftraorniVFrank EstiU and James Deptpn of Sprout were UC5iVOl JaaeB DontOB VafldfJl7 J1talnljl1bw trI gIhroB hildrnOtCisited amlly SuidajTMrs Eadie GoJper Bd sonIitil X orden Sundajc iend yeVek T with her aunt Mr oO H ci family UJfEtt VV VVViA JI r 1VVVVVVi LVVV iVV VV VVViij DONT WAIT LONGER My stock needed a second supply and I picker up some bar gains last week so I can tell thorn at lese than usual wboiesaeV ySVVMens 0 Fancy 50e ShirtsU SQe i t Leather BeltsII II 25eVSII Fancy Suits UndrwearII II ii 500VVII Balbriggan Undershirts 25oV 3VShoes for everybody all kinds lowest prices Hats Straw Manilla Fur and Wool at lowest prices Everything in DryVfGoods and Notions All I want ia for you to come and seCVVI never mist a customer if I have what you want Dont failHto give me a cull JAMES GILLON OWINGSVILLVEV j If you want afast honsethe breed to alrottqrthatslres 8poedVVVVV O F CLAY 4766R ce 218 RecortJ t r tBy the Records Kentuckys Greates sire of Extre fSpeedrlt fConnor urne Coleridge 2053j Cling a Chloral206 ArtlitiVf212k il jSIXTYTWOThe grandslre of Ruby Mack2OSY8 Iv 09J to Sire of the dams omrMonlcal 1 LildlrJgh IOJJoeRhea lau etcVVV SOPEANO dain of C F 101m t J1Sftles Beautiful Bolls as BrooaTMareFor VVS BourbOn and terms address U ri oartHfC jTAncraDUrgV Count Ky il Tr1l Mrs HonryGreg6ry 1Terein Owingsville last weftOlR t vJaraei Turner caught at fish in ubking river whioh welgfieot 241bt He brought it here and sold it trf SauRdorr t Mnt of the farmers have qoit work en account of the woatb e So much rain in tbupringb1 caused the ground to be so bard now that they cannot finish plant lug until it rains again There are acres and acres of ground yet to broken hereVHilisboroV Jno MoManus was at Morthead SundayV Town Marshall Sam Gardiner was inOwingsville Saturday Dr W H Conway and wife re turned Friday from Cincinnati rWebter Smith of Dover is painting M M Davit dwelling eMaster Tommie Harrison of Morehead is visiting friends here Miss Nannie Lee of Flemings burg visited John A Clark Satur day Mrs Dr Garr of Fiemingsburg visited hr father JuIgeVJ W CramVItMorton Hawkins and Stockwell McManut returned Monday from Marioq Ind- Childrens day will be observed firstnII E D Harrison returned to More head Sunday after working several days in A C Zimmermans marble shopSJas T Hall left Monday fur In diau Territory to join Mr Hunter who left a few dart ago Mr Hunter has leased a farm JjBuying Committee for the new bunk purchased lot Of Mrs RV J E Mann opposite Dentoa jj Days store and work will begin on the new building at once C G Lytle and wife who iua been in NurthCarulin for sever months for the bencut ie liu rtshealth willreturn hill we k There is ncr lproveuient in her condition Farmers Mrs J M Ingram is visiting her sister in Mt Sterling Born to the wife of Marion Jus tiot last week a boy Mrs W A Hall is well again atter having a spell of fever Mrs H F Martin was in Mt Sterling shopping Thursday W L Hudgint our shoe drum men has moved to Morchead WAsblngtung Ernest Clay ton of Morehtadwat here Thursday calling on friends Dr McCloese ISVM homo again He haa also taken up his practice which is very large There is lots of sickness in and near this place All the physicians have all they can do Farmers are putting in good time plowing I1reaJo complaining about the dry weather The wife and two daughters of Elijah Teal lately from Clay W Vai have the measles here 4 M L Hall was in Salt Lick Tues day on bUllnueIle also attended the Odd Follows lodge at that placer The infant child of WJtn C was overturned while fnablgb chair and lIeurelYlbookedlbut not seriously buntV Dr LP V Williams and wife of Morehsnd SPInS Wednesday with the family of W W Utter back near this place J B Warren was in Salt Lick ne day last weak His little Gertrude is visiting her ranjBphcr near Owingsvi lie M rt J 8 Martin bal returned to her borne at 4aband after a pleas aRt i8it to reIaUvt and friends lore among whom tire her parents Mr aad lrt JOhiVtit3V We wereWtry tprry to hear that llw Waif Mpo e widely known at AvntlfolHe was YOr7VSIOJC at her veryWTheLaiaiei AIdSeelqty- of tb- hristian b wf1Jmeet Aat pavidsont Thursday May 2L- Iuoeubject 1Our Comfort In- epiptatlon found ICor 10 118 kii society iti doing good work 1gd fbeTh lpe to have all of its jpoi hspneet this meeting t 1tL1Ii 0 ptV ll i W t ti Qc t4 t 1 Mrs Sallfe Danislt of LouisiV I Uu1o oafflii Wednesday to visit JkV Mer ilrs Mollie Moore was eallld hooir Thursday by a telV4VarhistatlftK that her husband had 1 VIVVVdledFriday VS1Ftown longing to Bro H F Martin wasVurnedto the ground The ocuVfpanta WL Hndgins and family rjemoved all the household goods Nolmsurance HV A saw bunted in the mlJJoftbe iILiokingRivcr Lumber Co rues Iday One piece struck ThrnerVMyers and crushed his right arm3VBO that it had to be amputated la ter in the day at the hospital in Salt Lick He was alio injured InVVVternally No one else wasHjurt Mr Myers is getting as as could be expected 7 Class No 2 of the Farmers ChrisVV VV finn Sundayschool gave an ice cream social Saturday eve at theVChurch The clear pnofitof2150VV 4Treasurerdecides best The members sire doing goodwork now and we hope to soon see their labors rewarded V4VteacherB rownfThe funeral services in of Miles Williams were held aitheVJones Cemetery Sunday afternoon i if conducted by Rev L P V VilVVhams of Morehead and the OddtVVVFellows Lodge of this place of 7 which he was a member A iium and Salt Lick lodges were presentV r Mr Williams was killed in FebruVary while working in tbe saw millVof S B Reeses near here The ifilledmemory of their departed friend and fellowworker He left a wife daughter and son to mourn their loss We all join in sympathy to this bereaved family Continued on first pagiT 1en i interest in my threshing outfit illconsisting of H tenhorse Gaar Scott t Co traction engine latestVV y build and Avery 28x48 wind stackStVer and a Huber28x42sepnratoraflVVVV rForVoGrange PublicNoticeVVVVa1 Bath County Fiscal Court SpecialVTerm Dec 29th 1902VVVVVIt is ordered by the Fiscal CourtVSof Bath county that the Judge of i this Court and Bath County give notice that all persons feeding stock on any of the turnpike roads of 1ilaidprQhilttIIcommissioners of the road districts jV 4kindthe County Attorney who slrIlV-procure warrants for each offendw and proaecute such offenders as the law direfcte It is Cnrtb holders erorderedthatftUIBndIerning land any of the by Bath county must within months from the 1st un1u 13Iuary 1903 remove or cause to removed all fencing wherein sameV Iit an encroachment upon the rJltbtlof way of said turnpike roads ex cept where the same has bcenerect ed by consent of governing author ity previous to tho ownership bysBath county And nil persons falling or refusing to obey this order within the time herein specifiedVshall by the turnpike cotnmisionVVV ers of each turnpike district of atOfneyforlaw directs to have such tions removed and the nbstruoIecuted for same IJNO A DAU6HERTY J BFOVVVVV V1VS 1JByTJPetersDCVS kVV N1JnoJudo of the ahCQu Court in pursuace of order of said Cpert io tTil8CalIftPUBLIC NOTICK jo li Bath county VWjijiVOT may violate either of the above said or f ders that theyVIrom this date deV ilt frmtbeseoffenselJandcompJy with the requirements above stated VThisJN- OVAflAUGUERTYJBOVVV SUB5CRIBVV VV iVVV i r SV5 V4V