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aine here S eTiar1Itt1 it tile focacr KlieehiUenge 4 tefrMUi1IbItttk dneeKSaxJ banj 1to tltemu c r Eidypods clothing nd Jiua ewaf t the big ieyaI ia Sberwarar iACo 2 hha Lee DBtotbore schola the Seminary closed tor the seasoa Thursday and the pupils all t- 41lhtgpRTty I Friday udgeN Rrttnon proudli displayed ftns yellow bats Sun thy Thor la question of hookI aarks about that she uocth I tThe talk of the country Hry riana slaughter sale of aew dry tefondtS 2t 5os LOKB Mgr A Jaaas Ramoy and Dick vv thridgei J fcove Farmer and tell a WOU4Uerd f Htil of how thty fnat Sto1 Ihw btu rliht aboat sweet po t H jtUnts If you will Just look Ft at Brother k GoodpastiTe you tkeuoa tbe 1CXjirr1 ik cart O I h s r I t fY HOBSC SAfc vriC TS Sti Itta a 4u Mbad of Des and Leslie Skroat 2 r yeaivold teOO stallion by J S Brown ItFJIILaTbere 1fIkof a Vtrt falrtIrJC psi I liaiaary subscription for liberal aIR kB MID aade and v rythlnga if eeas favorable if the promoterS ctmtlaue tfee piojeet FOBSAU 18 shoatiwlghtU t 140 Iks is the luellalal y ar li hiyarJltIo rid 0 and werk where hitched IS hands B lalal1W A WflMEM i t514 Sbirp41i1Kyq1 fi DmoKD THE Cowe Ti dli I ctla of the BitjMl Methedlifr I Church divided tk 4 1 White Oak Chunk Suadajr art tbe att adaae of the I r was siatup to tbs us a Muetbt kad large erowd USf ve pleaty ef bHMtei mad goed eats ale suebaeColua has Bufgy Ct BrckwsyLaporthBiseell aad bSCnaeaay 43i f T15 SHROUT tl Faieral PgrsMage Prcai toilidalir1fall deeeriptieafc CeJl a lee iIit fc fere yvrekasjiif eleewbere M D AXISQItlmelJIUJBitM I Pmbalaeta I C j a 1Ft OH Moaday Jane Jthl101t CaHety carttrlllwill sell at 1icaetIi41ieek j f aeaaaeats aid teelaef tkeOw r 4 iufsTiik Griitad MarW Ce Sa IT 1 fatereM BMCbni1 J ririjgyeiraJkugjiesto ShrovtDd trade for1 a aew one or irys wstit a secondbead Jbuggy t f aiaay priee tro5ttt 30uoome cj asteetksmwi hare pleHty of h Ilyiptteitaadrpaird P e Hrtilit hey will give ectiifaetion 0 Be keipi a mum pnlntieg every Yir 434t iD cj 4 i I hWeJi bli in J B Good o t pittere toeaccij birtivarijtl in order to aake ommbaggj ware 4raoawkIoh buggiesLi eeatiaae te sell at a reduction a iE F lA l eatkpr er 4It Takq yoar chojee abeHt teras u it only eostf you the iatee t to buy oc ltIfj 431 T5 illoV1tt J f r 4 iJ1 f jrf if t I 1rIt JOoo 1 1 If a Zr r q I r0 t Njoo11zrV PERSONAL J Add Power returned from Lou- Isville Sunday Wallace Embry and Keller Judy of Mt Sterling were hare Sunday Tfc C Frederick of Salt Llckwas a ploswmwt caller at this office Monday b thurgflu Anna Hawes of Covinston came Tuesday to visit Mrs J If lU chart Mrs Mice Perry and Mrs B M Goodpaster were in Mt Starling oDdV Saltrautomobile M A Denton and 3 J WAlton of eming county were callers at this Mce Friday M Ntwith relatives Mrs A N Crooks went to Sharps parentsMrand ijdndaytended the Oeafoderata reunlou S Dr and Mrs H H Lewis returned from Hot Springs to visit their daughters la Lexington last week Mrs Thomas L Darnell and sister Mrs Malioda May went to Louis ville Thursday to visit their sister Mrs C M Kenned returned Friday from a visit to her Mr and Mrs a E Davis at Nicholas vHte MIse Kate Conner is expected to retarn from a of sleer1Bardstown Mr and Mrs ArthurT Byron and cWMwa went to Falmouth Friday to virithar parents Capt and Mrs A McO testystMrs S SPlnney and children af r a visit to her parents Major and taZ H Brother returned home Rothwell Saturday flMrsdaughter Mary Marvin of Ashland came Threday en a visit to her daughter Mrs EswcnetFratinan Mrs E E Holcaei of Cincinnati ar rived Taasday afternoon on a yi to her parent Mr and Mrs J- Hqtdleeon Hev Holmes will co S MtdySRex Cornellson came from C tral University DcnvlUe Thnni to spend a week with his father BCorneUson MrUornellson wi graduated from tin law dcpartm of CentratUnlver y June 10 A Mm 00 P Htghnrt of G Rapid Mich MM W H Stan v m Jr and Mrs ruce PDut Mt Sterling were piet of the r Mrs J M RossSWdnesday- Mr and Mrs Wet Atchison M n Alice Miller and Louise GUI tft Tuesday for Rlhmond to ati ti rOmn1ncemnlxercle8 at 1- 4rstood tht Mr Atchison wIle Bplwt a home thre with a to moving the cnmgaututnnJ The commencemnt xercl4 Sharpshurg Acadeiy will be in hit Sharpht Prshytj hureh TbttMaayeTenlng L h at 8oclock LS Ix urrici 5DowzaeAJt er Tuesday afternoon of week failed to lay the dusts bu- stji befnrejiooa Thursday m- nudtwt did BO other pj oct There was a pr- ondly ornllt Local 1fel 7 prepJtetweretet ggratlIby the change of the rnoonTu- S te bring rain KCXTUCKT CHACTACQUA S Set AsiBiial Skssion J Kentucky Chautauqua will bfSt Woodland Park 30 to July JO inclusive Oj the best programs ever offer be givaB The detailed pr wlllIMattedtO any address r application to Cherles SootLriees Usiiger LexingtonKf FOBFWTKD ARTJaThi Grass CoasolWated Tractlotr that was tor build elestd1orii from Lexington liKft I om a waeelseeae to have f edits oharterion projected but probably another eompai take tip the eckeiae One 11r to some by way ef Winches t Stflhiagaid be extended Ibis towa probably SCHOOL EMTIRTAINHEKT ikybrridafiight was a superior e uie recitations arUcHlariy the Raulifu- xpe14vgoldprIaes were ait Sallie Est ertkm Bltllnger Viola 11f UavABSG r tcbIsapiEdward Welts rouad Alec Goodpaites JaHendeBee was large and tl dlej01ecU therouglLS Z4oRTI TttpttBT JSu4eJhs Ai Bs trMaadayei Utter l o MarU8ef AshUadaiking rsdkLwthIr the faBatliefattiefsw6uld ob r ghtf the dwejraloBg f i faaeleelrle road from fc hrsvgh OwjigeviH Sha UjiJu irotDUntialaid froa the peop 1 tfiiCehlerf CincihBtllaIIJma Maysville bkerwehsane busiaess rt3eh4l been 1OO8 lisa from MiiiIltdA aadJhe roatts Suj Mesr Goble V Wodsy fteriOoktvd see Orl J tfS tS i i i C F It 1t Bio METEORITE FODND One by ono are being found the fragments of the great meteor of Saturday a n Iotedand other States The meteor last seen over the southeastern part of this county from wbioh direc don after its disappearance came e sound of a heavy explesion a short time a continuous Crumbling like the noise of a haavy railroad train Bluford Staten saw some of the mornlnrfoundthruquarter pounds which he sold to W H Daugherty of this town Mr Daugherty sold it to Prof Henry A Ward of Rochester N IY and Chicago III Prof Ward is said to have disposed of it to the WashingtonCity dar the label of Bath Furnace No 1 Dick McCarty later found a fragment which Mr Daugherty ought and mold to the State A k pTheHugh Pergram while squirrelhunt ing near Carrngtona Rock on up p w Jyithoff as by the fall of some heavy body At the foot of the tree he saw a depression in the ground which be promptly examined and found almost covered with dirt a Isrge blackened stone He went back next day with his family and ed and dug the stone out loaded it OR the sled and brought it home On Thursday of last week Squire Thomas J Pergram brought to wn a piece chipped off of the big one The outer surface had the same peculiarities as that of the lufordaten meteorite The in te nor w i of a grayish color and ecke4 with shiny metallic partio s itt Pergram judged the big stone to be an average of eighteen inches in thickness and to weigh five Hundred pounds He said he lidnot near lift it and it was no j 0 t 4 a f y i r tr4 p 5w4 ei 01L J r t faA h J t i1f i foof rLY 1 1r Y 9i ii 9f 4 r 4t T iII T i7 wtoffii iJf f B ft ij tpit d 9 ift i fI1 t + p SS 15 C o t r k 5tS55c4SI r k1A T lf c 10 f f r the Rock is a success It has suf ficient altitudo and solitude to make one yearn for the valley below and companionship to reach it It is a air rival to the scroll of fame iju Iw- peopihoknives and worn blisters on their bonds inscribing names and Initials tile the sandstone The Fat Mans Misery would be n fraud of the first I c Nonvenientcould pass through it sideways if Ih e wasnt too tired to climb Be s ideeoae neednt go through it at all except for the name of the tbiag a 5 the can be made Ja JThelocating tHe rock In the suburbs ofOwingsville it would pay its k eep but it is doubtful that the present owner has cleared the taxes Io it besides having his landscape at odd times all cluttered up with tourists But the Rook is going to fi s rIplittingand the crevice is growing wider early When that huge mass omeucrashlngdown the mountain side the neighbors will think the daddy ofall meteors has taken a tumble to earth the meteorite Ia Ie Sachh w PorgramhoWe took a short cut back to the pike and almost missed it It would have been such a pity too for that pikes equal by human construction is not to be found The C O people are missing it in n Nansnatures convulsion grading into a fit Corduroy road would be smooth as silk velvet compared to it We managed to reach home but the horse has been in the hospital ever since and the men blatphem o platefBsssssssTnS to the sinpehooter after 4T mvhuttonlearlniz the reel selfrrpectingJrould anAd when the Ireydrog was in whereas etc etc v etcI sTlNoOCcrBIONThelithI 8tfrderncyHonor on the Confederate pWednesdayin the afternoon at the XrIJ t PEo sl7DrEdlfard 0 cliSi M one j i t lFW 1 74cl5 g j1q i r t w itri j 4 k 4plrJ SS 1l35 J o I iS 1iJ j t 1 fol t v 55b L r 54Sp st a I t 5 i51 S 5 5S j f tf s t r 1fp i t t 1it tg f0 RacketSi eOur spring and summer stock is now complete We can save you money on anything you purchase ciotbesHereeals Carriage Paint 40c qt g1TurkoFruit Jar Rubbers 5c doz Screen Doors 90 65c prWlrqt Ice Cream Freezer 9135 Paris Green 20c Ib Willow Baskets 35 25 15o Rug 13 140 125 ydLinen ptLadies paper14qt CASH PAID FOR EG- GEWHEFLINSS COME AND SEE OUR NICE LINE OF M M ER DRESS GOODS SUCH AS LAWNSDlMITlESWHITEGOODS WOOLENS c LATEST STYLE ice TRIMMED HATS for Ladies Misses and Children at lowest prices LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO CASH BUYERS MRS p s ESTILL OWINCSVILLE KY BABEBALIGAXE On Sunday the Morehead liaseball team cnme down d defeated n nine of Owingsvillo players 21 to 18 Oar boy were unorganized and out of practice therefore their detent was accom plihfd DESPITE TOE FACT THAT E H BROTHER AMD E C BYRON DID FAKCT flittiNG The Owing le team was composed of E C Byron t I IL E Uatlctt f b John tere I f E H Brother o f yde Byron s bt Jo Peters r fS Howard Thompson p Burns Tack ByronTheSunday to give the OningSTillts a ince for revehge ROLL or HoXoKTho leled followingt dJ Ii i J i 1ri off f Vlo f J fiij r I O i Si SSt SS f ssS1 4 s b fr 4t r 1 Jt SS Ttk t 4 f tir fr I YUffc 1t ri ji7fA C i r Dress Shields 9 50 pr Fans 40 25 5 Bc Ladies Handkerchiefs Jjc Molasses Stand So Felt Collar Pads 30c line FINK Mass op SHAKES Tho au thor of the following snake story is a strictly sober veracious gentleI manMrPeter Hartof near Preston He says that a few weeks ago be was coming home from Olympia and on the mountain west of thatjplace he snw at the side of road what he at first took to be a b e approachdobject to glisten in such a manner ladyshudtrlmmed to it he was amazed to find that was a bunch of blacksnakes Itjlaced in a seemingly hopeless gle He counted fortyone heads ticking up and is by no means certain that was all the number He threw a tree o- nsich and thciakcs diepersed at he could t I icS c i J fE Ji t frit ft1 I7 4i a II I Ii a i tj 5 S Cr fTiif j I Xf1l s iiJt 7 K JjWhySaddle or Harness when you can get strictly firstclass goods JJmade right hero at homo and made out of the best oaktanned rloather and by men that only tnrthd flrstclass wpfk l Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLE lIs the easiest and easiestriding and most durablesaddle jade j4alwaysri part of the State I am Yours for best saddles and harnessyEUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KY ji SAM P ATCHISONf DRUCCIST l FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGARS C- rlrjr t uflULQBsW Iid FOR MEN WOMeN and CU1LDRENrMADE IN LOUISVILLE KY US ArI = WITH LOUISVILLE OA BANNED SOLEthbestwearing leather in the world 3 For sale by Oscar Chandler entuckyk CDMEaua pHi MY QOODI 1That dollar of yours will buy nlore Agoods here than anywhereS i ydLaceTable Covers 30 50 6oc 135Dress I Straw Matting i tc yd GenuineFur Hats regular 150 Sgc IM 38cJOHNLadies Vests 5 8 10 15 and i8c Men and boys when you need a suit of clothes come and price mine I know I can give you same suits for less ionSey than anybody SHOES WE HAVE ALL KINDS Ladies Vici Pat Leather 5t9 GldLadiesi25Shoes8oc Ladies I Boys Vici Kid Shoes i liens Heavy S ns regular 3 Patent Leather Shoes 5S q FOR EGI t 0 irs bSSd545i i L ci 4ii4 5j15 J P f t p 53fS 1 41r5 S i t5 I 44 5 5SjE i iSs 4S5S 554 Ii t lS5M 5 SSiS 5SiS j JS 4 iSSi1 41 T yC y i Irtc if t j 1 1f1 i Si 4 5 p OlU j tl 5 c 1T t j C r ti i t1 i I tYM J 1B it li 1i1 f t cIId 1 p ir I OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOKl q OUTL6OK PUB CO Publishers OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY fT THE CITY INCORRUPTIBLE uI Hark Ts roar of labor A ceaseless deafening sound Now from the trembling scaffolds Now from the yawning ground Kot the red fires of Vulcan Nor Cyclop pristine powers Could match their feats of magic Who shape this world of ours 5WIth myriad panting engines t With countless picks and drill They arch the threatening rivers They pierce the hostile hills 5n steam and smoke and lightning Earths captive forces play To weld with Titan touches The city of today I Still from their sunken footholds rThose cobweb buildings rise- j ray back the morning Whose foreheads touch the skies While many n crowded workshop And tolling mill arid mine Yield up their costly treasures To make them fair and tin- a SYet void of civic honor Of justice Jlght and law I What werjB the proudest structures That eer the round world saw Bone was a queenly empire But power and wealth and state And fame and triumphs failed her I With sons no longer great Firm stand the nations bulwarks Her fortunes wax apace While Vlrture guards her hearthstones And Truth her marketplace Ix theirs are streets and temples That dwarf the courts of kings A free and glorious city Of Incorporeal things Dora Read Ooodale In Youths Corn panion yJrL TS KIDNAPPED MILLIONAIRES A Tab of WaB Street a wrf Tropics I By FREDERICK U ADAMS trrCCopjrttht Lothrop FuslUalac Cempsj 4 All light rwcrrt jCHAPTER XXII COSTMUKD 45 A cheer went tip when they saw thatImmediate danger was past 54 Vincent went to the rescue o- f5sOCkr r who was dripping with wa ter and chattering with fright but atlrely aubdued tightIloosened the chain so that the monkey would not choke to death 1 This beats climbing trees doesnt j zItT E Mr Carmody and the others made 7ah examination of the hull of the 7 boat The strain hid caused a slight L T Icnk In the third compartment but w they had no difficulty In stopping It r The kitchen was somewhat dicer frangedr and a number of dishes broken but the damage was not son oils The Jumping Jupiter had aVicccsifiilly withstood its baptism qg and thus far had justified the hopes w4 1 of thftbiilders I 4 4 Yo half an hour Sidney held his course straight out to sea Then he tt i headed to tK north The big lateen t v were pUHng splendidly and I t though the craft responded slowly the tiller there was no trouble in holdinghcr to the course They now had uclear iew of the coat Where is the gateway asked Mr Carmody who had been looking intently along the shore for some 3fl tine I cannot see it I cnn see It replied Sidney but I noultt newer suspect It was an In iunless I knew It to be a fact From Tiny point at sea the rocks look solid and continuous The gateway 1ZI just south 6F our flagstaff Do you see it how It was as Sidney saul The coast i was so formed that no inlet showed JIulf a ningirtmnf hore there was hi distinguish the entrance l bay from a seor of ragged e I i4 i b I5 y Steb Zvr5 t a 5t F 5q LM I r t Jft i4p 3 r 152iA A JedI v cf i a J F1IFfr4l q i t4 sq i e t Cl r r s it tr 4 t rik Sti b ld l 4t e h4S y tttVS4 t Iy4 t It5 r Mit v 14 Sr t4 psS t1a 1 f ti5 Isrlh 4sr tt k kS tisf i t P r kVl aSS4 ctICldC4 t a 4 r tth 4tIJ cttklSttSser aIti r 4 i tiiii 5t i i t ip I r It i 2Sat i v i 5ititSEZ b5 I54gf 4t tt ie 4 ria f Djit i as1SIt i i4 ti rek4 S f re t sea so as to have plenty of leeway In case of an east or northeast wind The big mountain peak was now almost exactly to the west of them If that li old Popocatepetl as I think it is said Sidney pointing at the huge purple tunas Vera Cruz Is only a little northwest of hero When it gets lark I will hold her north and take no chances of run ning ashore on this island As the afternoon wore away the haze settled and slowly blotted out the shore line They crawled along at hardly two knots an hour It was exasperating progress but there was no help for it In the evening the haze lifted antI showed the cape still in the northwest This proved that the tide was pulling against them The wind died away to a breath and the sun sank a huge red ball of fire in a bank of orange clouds At ten oclock the wind swung into the southeast and freshened but the haze yet hung over the sea and Sidney held his course to the north All but Sidney and Mr Kent retired to the bunks and slept soundly as If on an ocean liner Save for the bank of fog it was a perfect night onihe water The raft swayed gent ly to the deep breathing of the sea and the masts groaned in musical cadence to the rippling of the water At midnight Mr Kent took the tiller and Sidney stretched himself on a steamer chair and enjoyed two hours of untroubled slumber He nwoke and relieved Mr Kent who then took his nap Twice during the night Sidney turned the bunt to the west and held that course until the hollow thunder of the surf warned him to stand out At about three oclock the breeze quickened and a 20mile breeze sprang up coming straight front tins west This compelled him to cense any more lamlwnnl expert ments and The lumping Jupiter rolled along at a flvemilennhour rate It is satisfaction to know that we are going somewhere said Sidney to himself We must bo past the cape by this time If the fog lifts with this breeze daylight will show where we atc As he spoke there was a faint glow In the eastern sky Mr Kent awoke with a yawn Whore arc we at he asked Sidney shook his head We nrc headed north he said CHAPTER XXIII TUB IIKSCU- BKppresentatfves of the New York Record watched every European port for the arrival of Walter It hector and the steam yacht Shark Ac cording to all calculations the yacht WHS dUO nt the Azores not later than May 12th but no word came from these islands lay succeeded lay with no news of the famous million sire correspondent In the meantime the detective staff of 40 picked newspaper men under Jack Stevens was indomitable in zeal but barren In results Mr Chalmers was steadily losing faith but by no word or action did he dis close his loss of confidence to Miss Carmody He prepared the leader for un article to be published in The Record on Wednesday May 17th in which was set forth the discover lea which had been made pointing to llestor as the prime mover in the conspiracy This was in keeping with his promise to Miss Carmody In the meantime Editor Van Home had sailed for JCew York but was not due until the 22d or 23d of the month In a cipher cablegram Chalmers had given his superior the essential facts concerning llestor The replyof Robert Van Home was prompt and decisive in instructing Chalmers to make public the facts The inference was plain that Mr Van Home had no hesitancy in sharing his manag- Ing editors suspicions Mr Chalmers therefore prepared a fourpage art cle and awaited for the day fixed for the disclosure Miss Carmody ordered the steaa yacht bearing her name put i mission and hrjrj that he 4 4 IS 3 te t Cj ri e Sra4 I e e a s a f tv- e lc a5 s j r eSck t a l jnr s 4t t a rbtJSs Hi if5 I a i p r 4t I ta r i5 SS s 4 fi fa tlz j zi yfi tPr f i r t S1 t is a a mont and selected a special elphet t cover new possibilities He then proceeded to the pier and boarded the yacht Miss Carmody and Mrs Isabel White had arrived and the latter was in a flutter of excitement The yacht swung on her keel and headed down the East River and out into the bay Before twilight had faded the lie en Cnrmody was well out to sea and making for Havana with a bone in her teeth The Helen Carmcdy was n fine specimen of marine architecture She was fitted with every convenience and luxury She was larger than the Shark having more staterooms nut more powerful engines Whilo more cqmfortable and stauncher she was riot so fast as the Shark Mr Carmody had sacrificed speed for room and artistic effaot yet there were few yachts that could show a wake to the lichen Carmody- It was late Saturday afternoon when the frowning heights of Morro castle were seen across the waters and it was nearly midnight when they dropped anchor in the harbor of Ha vans It was decided to remain on the yachK until morning so the lichen Carmody lay within easy distance of the shore Sunday morning n yawl put out from the Havana docks It had as passenger a small man with a sandy moustache and hair which could be classed under no other color than red He sat straight and looked dignified He wore a natty suit of gray with a large carnation in th lapel of his coat This was an im portant event In the life of Mr Ber nard Seymour but he felt equal to the occasion There was a subdued twinkle In his blue eyes which no assumption of dignity could entirely offset lie critically watched the perspiring Cuban at the oars Then he looked at the Helen The yawl came alongside the brass railed gangway Capt Baldwin of the lichen Car mody stood at the head of tha gangway Mr Bernard Seymour s luted him with an impressive gestur Good morning Captain Capt Baldwin bowed but said noth lag I am Bernard Seymour special commissioner of The Record said Mr Seymour Present my cord and my compliments to Miss Carmody and Mr Chalmers Come aboard Mr Seymour said Capt Baldwin I am glad to meet you Ah is this Seymour said Mr Chalmers who now appeared Glad to meet you old man Accept my congratulations I hope you are not mistaken in your man never make but one mistake on the same case said Seymour shak ing hands cordially with the manag lag editor When can I pay my re spects to Miss Carmody Here she comes now said Chal mers Miss Carmody came forward radiant in yachting costume of white broadcloth trimmed wllh gold braid I have the pleasure of presenting Mr Bernard Seymour said Mr ChalmersI delighted to meet you Mr Seymour said Miss Helen as she extended her hand I have heard so much of you it seems as if I knew you Iam glad to welcome you aboard the yacht profoundlybut it lied eluded him He felt that he must say something You cant lose me I am glad to meet you Miss Carmody The pleas ure is all mine There was a twinkle In his eye which was Irresistible and Miss Car mody laughed until the color came to her cheeks and she looked more charming than ever She took Mr Seymour in charge and Induced him to tell the story of how he came to solve th mystery of the Heater bungnlojij Mr Chalmers liater Sej ours careful t1T lpS tS a 1S a a 4 r p e 5 a y at1 a P5J t5 5IP4 SitiI k s a 4Sy Vi i i a a ra f 4IVr a S V r yive Sc A HEAVY RAINFALL More Than OneHalf of Oklahoma City Is Under Water Oklahoma City Okla May 25Ok lahoma City was visited Saturday night and Sunday morning by an ex ceedingly heavy rainfall and damage estimated at 100000 was done Many feared a tornado and spent the night In cellars and caves Sunday and Sun day night more than halt of Oklahoma City has been under water and In some Instances water wa three fort deep In houses It required boaU to transport women and children through tho streets to higher and dryer land The basements under many of the big wholesale houses were flooded th water In some cases being 10 feet deep The AltonDawson Grocery Co ails tained a damage to Its stock of 20000 The damage to the Alexandria Drui Cos stock IB 10000 The Oklahoma City mill and elevator lost 10000 bush els of wheat Sample cases stored in the basement of the Hotel Lee were damaged to the extent of several thou sand dollars Traffic on the electric railway Is suspended the powerhome being under water AH trains into Oklahoma City with the exception of the Santo Fe are waterbound anti many washouts are reported west ou the Choctaw The Choctaw Oklahoma and Gulf passenger train due from the west this morning Is reported In a washout at Yukon The Canadian river at this point Is more than a quarter of a mile wide with a fourfoot rise in sight People living In tents along the river front were compelled to thee to higher ground All wagon bridges over the river are under water and the railroads have big forces at work guarding their bridges Guthrie Okla May 25A tornado at Foss Okla in Washita county wrecked 18 houses killing Mr and Mrs F M Slagel and daughter and injuring a number of others Wires In many directions are down Guthrle Okla May 25Early Sun day this vicinity was visited by an other deluge making the 24th consec utive day of rain The Cimarron and Cottonwood rivers are now at the dan ger point Plttsburg May 25A terrific thun derstorm accompanied by a high wind stiuck this section Sunday afternorn and besides killing two men did con siderable property damage Milton W Robinson a resident of West Pittsburg drove to Schenley park with a party of friends for an uftcrnoon enjoyment When tho siort i came up Robinson sought shelter from the drenching rain under a big ash tree In Panther bLow He had been there but a moment when lightning struck the tree literally tearing It to pleisa and killing Robinson instantly Rob insons four or five friends who weM within 25 feet of him at the time es caped without even a shock from the bolt John Wilson ran for shelter to a stable about 300 yards distant tor where Robinson was killed The rUi was partly destroyed Later WIN dead body was discovered j At Braddock lightning struck 3 street car on the McKeesport bravui of the Pittsburg Railway Co and caused a panic cmong the passengers many of the men jumping from the car as It sped down the hill Three of them were pretty badly bruised and Christopher OToole who fell nu bis head Is perhaps fatally hurt TUo women passengers tried to jump al i but were prevented by some of the coolerheaded among the men Much damage was done to shade trees many being blown down and several wic split In twain by lightning The rain storm was followed by a hailstorm Bloomington Ill May 25A tornado swept across Central Illinois Sunday causing much damage No lives wc lost The storm moved from south g if theast lrconipanl L Sz S a t a i VVvaz Jj 1a5 J a a 4 41k 5I5C a 5s 4Pt a P 4 4 a it ksd tP a I STATE iNEWS ITEMS THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR i Gov Beckham Marched In the Rain In the Dig Parade Owcnsboro Ky May 21The 5Gth annual grand conclave of the Ken Lucky Knight Templars commenced hero Wednesday Right Eminent Grand presidingLouisville and DeMoIay Richmond Winchester Paris Frankfort Mays vllle Covlngton Lebanon Madison yule and Versailles Others were rep resented by delegates A parade of 400 knights traversed a route of over a mile In a pouring rain Gov Beck ham marching all the way with Leba non commandery The nrmoral ser mon was preached by Rev William Wright Stoddart of Lebanon The ad dress of welcome was delivered by Judge Lucius P Little and the re sponse by George A Lewis ot Frank fort Louisville commandery gave a ball Wednesday night and the grand commandery ball will take place Thursday night The attendance Is larger than at any meeting In many ears NORTONS WILL Most of the Louisville Mans Wealth Goes to An Orphans Home Louisville Ky May 23The will of the late Capt W F Norton Louis rifles eccenjclc capitalist and landed proprietor who died recently at Cor onado Beach Cal was filed for probate Friday The estate Is valued at 000000 Bequests to friends here amount to 71000 The residue Is left to the Baptist Orphans home of Louis yule Capt Norton was not a member of any church Dr Joseph A Sweeney who attend ed Capt Norton is left 13000 the family servants are remembered in sums ranging from 1000 to 3000 and the Coronado Beach property and 3000 are left to Douglas AV Robinson ot Indiana a friend A bequest of 10000 previously made to Miss Au gusta Savage of North Madison Me Is annulled USED HIS MAUSER Lee Turner Put Nine Bullet Holes In His Half Brother MIddlcsboro Ky May 21Lee Tur nor of Quarter House fame Tuesday shot and Wiled his half brother Gen eral Turn at Jacksboro Campbell county Te Reports are meager but from wh nui It seems to haT icen cs s1as rerri v irsr ii atrd i lonesb o ou a stious jtoulri not ball him v ated the General an leased he attacked I killed him with hi putting nine holes tkthea year ago the d selfdefense s A HORRIBI A FourteenYear01 a Whe Henderson ble death by sdllocj manner wja0 io Mil If Tssssss rtSS 4 fl r tSr- s w t Sa2 e2 5 vs t 2 Is r L t t c cteP c ir i ii 4 4 5Plf i5ir TO DO DUTY AT JACKSON tr Gov Beckham Will Send Infantry ande Artillery Frankfort Ky May 23Coy fleckg ham Friday afternoon Issued an order designating 30 members of Company Clof Lexington 30 members of the j and 40 members of fltheling gun to dp duty In Jackson during the grand jury Investigation of the t Marcum assassination c Louisville Ky May 23Maj John H Mansli commander of the First t Kentucky artillery battalion received orders Friday to send 40 Infantrymen to Lexington with a Gatllng gun Sun day morning where they will Join the Infantry and proceed to Jackson Thor troops will be commanded by Col ers D Williams ot the Second regiment T and will leave Lexington at 1 m oclock Sunday morning for Jackson Ky SAYS HES A NICE MAN t She Is Now Sorry She Sued Grubbs For Breach of Promise Frankfort Ky May 22The case ol W E Grubbs vs Nancy Vance from Boyle county recently affirmed by the court of appeals Is a breach of promise suit In which Miss Vance secured jutigo ment In the lower court for 300 Slit has just written to the court of ap peals asking that the Grubbs petition for a rehearing be granted or else c Just drop the case as she saysL Grubbs Is a nice man that her con science hurts her and she does not want his 300 Of course the court can take no cognizance ot her letter but If she wishes to do so she can give the 300 back to Grubbs when he pays It to her by order of the courtps ONE FEUD ENDED The Reason Is That Only a Single Member Is Now Surviving Sergent Ky May 22Boys Im killed better give up were the words with which John Roberts sought to end a feud of ninny years standing The Roberts and Gardner families1 have long been at outs and a few days ago the Roberts side sent a challenge to the Gardners Thursday they met at a blind tiger and Indulged freely in liquor before beginning hostilities When the shooting began John Rob erts fell advising his frlenjJiJj qutL 2OmIn sGrtIs tfti Will ygurmllr a a Ite Iii t 4 t e a i P 7 an t 1j ic k 5 itch r t 1IPV n J L i n t a t1 s r4tIe r 1 t a e Yh a 1 is 4 4 rr j i v it i4 5 i 5 r j iJt e t jaS v t T t TOO TRUSTFUL IDescrlbed II U Lost Spectacles Tot Acenriitely for the flewrd Offered A great many stories are told of the late Thoma Krackett Heed of which doubtless ate clever invenuonsbut the fol lowing related by a friend of the dead ttatetman sounds enough like him to be CompanionTne in a sleeping ar had been careless enough to leave his goldframed spectacles lying for a few mo ents on a onelf in the washroom and nen be went to look for them they were one He immediately put up a written nit lice in two or three places describing the spectacles and ofteringa reward of one dol purpoteieHe related the incident one day to Mr eed When you described the spectacles and offered a dollar to the finder atkedthelat er in hU accustomed drawlwere you goldCertainly gethemnium haint come yet An Undertaker1 Advertisement A man in clerical garb vas handing out cards to the homegoing crowd at the en rance to the Brooklyn one evening On the face of the card was an identification blank in case of accident he plan looked easy nd convenient an oit persons tucked the cards in their pockets Vhcn They got Home they found on tile reverse tide the drertierrientofan undertaker who advertised a new scheme in btirmls The indorsement ofa clergyman rend His tact and painstaking prepara ion at the committal service in the vision of tent mjtling chairs and a patent loyering device so far toward making ths last moments ith the dear departed ii comfortable ai posibieN Y Times Old Railroad Ticket I low Ca rloiityf- MrsV Laura E IIowey librarian of the State Historical society of Montana has re- eived from C E Ileese of Virginia City ne of thetickets used in the eary 60s on the stage lines of Montana It is from Vir ginia City toNetf York issued by the Wells Fargo company the fare at that time being 180 w composed of eight oupnby stage supposedly to Salt ake there being left a blank srace to be filled in it is over the Unox i Pacific railroad to Omaha by omnibus to Council Bluffs and from there to Chicago over the Chicago NorthWestern Railway From Chicago the ticketts over the Pitti burg Forti Wayne Chicago to Pittiburg and from PitUburg toIIarrisburg over the Pennsylvania Central prom the Uttr hace to New York the calls for age over the Allentown line to ew York NothIng But Luck EnpecJc Meeker ir certainly a lucky In dividual explanationLatt sewer and recovered 5000 damages from the city and yesterday he jell out of a thiidstory window and lit on his mptherirrUw Chicago Ihily New CHEAP TO COLORADO The nnrllnttona Cheap Rate far Snu men Outing TOe ynr vacation in Colorado Ht mnrkably cheap daily tourist rates after June 1st tndi rom July 1st to 20th round trip ratesire less fCnnp to MIXXESOTA To thlslbenutlful summer dally low touritratesofspprozimateiyono fare plus trip a CHEAP TO CiLirpnaH Special jialf rates round trip to California July 10th Low ronnd trip rate less than vie fare fromAngust l t to 14th Write m4 describing proposed route L GPA Burlington Route H Title ttreet gt Loui A Testlre bar tttrf mentioned as a candidates for olfic very frequently 1e Farmer CorntoseI thi trouilt iI that anybody IaughWashng6i aillllona of Trunk The Nor York Central forwarded in bag caraduring the calendar year 0 I50 3 150515 Jeces of checked baggage There were recered at stations 3121074 of checked The number of bicycles fonvardeijand received by baggage canvas 411614 ad cars forwarded and re ceived 20H The beat seen is partly in him who see itBorc S Sclfcdfdence if apt to mark the coward Ramacmn Atchison Satntai 1 t tiWiSI 5Sibl kikh- asSal SI bS4 ds- aiath 155 U44O- r P 4 iiJ C r 4 7 a w i The RIcan Kool Kitchen Kind o stoves make no smoke smell soot ashes or exceslire heat i sometime baa my suspicions said trcie Eben dat de chronic ossip habs 5 conscience an is abusin is neighborj in aehfdefenseWsshingtoa j You can do roar dyeing iaialf an hour with Putnam Dyes A than imprjirith diause Chicago Daily News CIIANGE LiFE j w jiSomewomen passing through tins trying period j The painful and annoying symp jA toms experienced by most women at this period of life arc easily over come by Lydia E Plnkliama Vegetable Compound It is espe cially designed to meet the needs of womans system at he trying tune of change of life It is no exaggeration state that JIrsPinkham has oyer6000 letters like the follo vin5 proving the great jIwhat medicine has done for me p My trouble was change of life Four rears ago my health boraa to fail my head began to grow dizzy my eyes pained me and at times it seemed astmy back would me had terrible pains across the kidneys Rot flashes y jwere frequent and trying A f friend advised mc to try Lydia E Plnkhams vegetable pound I have taken fix bottles of it and am today free from those troubles I cannot speak in high enough terms the medicine recommend it to all and wish every suffering woman would f give ita trial HKILA Ross 88 Mont clalr Ave Rosl in dale Mass fiOOOfor f4If original of atoet littir preelng gtnulnuuM cannot btproductO TYPHOID FEVER IIPHTHERIA SMALLPOX TJie germs of these deadly diseases multiply In the decaying glue present In altkataomlne and the decaying paste under wall paper J AUtuutlno U a disinfectant It destroys disease germs and vermin is manuf sc tured from ast ne cemcntbase harden on the walls and is as enduring as the waIl itSelf a 5 AlabaiUae iu tailed with cold water and anyone canapplr 1L of beautiful and information about decorating Take no cheap substitute Buy only ins Ib pkgsi properly labeled I AUBASTINB CO OIMJ t 4eMkb flswiYrkOclO5WMer5Ly WESTERN CANADA ttrartJnVmbro nuVntlcnhjiin any other dis MTktGrasarrrila ThLaai it Sao j4 Mne Thi Nitsnl Tniiat Oma a br stock Anauitrcn UIH2 IN7JN acres A TleU IM JJ7tt27M bciheb Abundance ot Water Fuel ii i FlenUfnlinieap Building Ma kY Good toe j 1cleating assured TKAD aJiriM JIkrafOrtap alt settled districts Send for Atlas and other Olteratarato Ssiperlntendat eCImigrtiosOttawa tnada oiI WiLLIAMs Room i Law Bidg TOledo Olilo 3 0 OuNcax Room 6 iilg5onrBldg lnd1anapollslc Cans Idian ioyerjuuen Agentawbo ulU aupply you wiik yl you reduced ralnm rates 2 With the old surety St Jacobs Oil I5 tocure o and Sciatica Tlie Im f ilv Fric 35c amtt 5Oc a atI 1 a a I A1 i 4I1YQ rOwii 4111 Oklahoma New Mexico Californiar There are at present exceptional opportunities for rjomeseekejra In the preat Somhwest and Ctxlifprnjlcu Low rate ToundtriphpmescclcrsTand oneway scttlcrsVticketSi firstand thirdTuesdays each month over the SanUsfe to Kansas Colorado NeW Mexico Arizona Oklahoma and 1I I Teas a 4 w f 5heap oneiwax colcmistitickcts to CaljfornJajtilLJune 45 Very loW rr6ifridfrip excursion rates in July and August Ji S M Write andAelluawheTejyoWUiIhTc ofTgoIbg1 WeTwin send yoJ land literature an information ealJBstatebargalns 4 3 Topckia Ye t t 1t Oeseia1 Passenger S Chicago t DOUGLAS S3afld32 Shoesi Ysucan ye feeDS 500 to fLOOyeaTly Isby wearing W I DonjlaaJja o or 93 hoes W Thy irejusas rood In ererwi as those that i3iayebaei frota4di to srn Tb a lnuueneiaIo ol W L Douglaashoes pmves their superiority oter all otbtnnakes a tt alio dealers ercnrwhere or Uiogenuine have name4and fZTM stamped on h6 bottom Takeno CATALOG fRsulut1tue Fatt Color ttucd Douglas H CllLKlso iAee a cannot tie tan jr juice J mST Tb 541155 PPS IS p I Tssi aspliM Iss yksAiIuStItM her fail of tints an and sic you T or 1 Souslaa saakaa and sells mOre rarna handsewt4proesaa shoe 5s toanacvitflnr manufacturer lathsworld win 54 paldtoanrom who L 9iUUUIMnil n4u roetbtiUitemeflt ta Imported and Aperlcan leathers m IiEST ROUTETO 1g 1 r ri Za1ifOrnia Colorado Tas j- i aq 1 L fSs e i I t i 1WPENJt LYNCH K it WP DEPPEi Ticket AgtS Met Gen p 4 T A 1 CINCINNATI 0 ig le J c Il v A Senaatlonal Case Alston Mich May 25th Houjhtoa county has never witnessed a more strik ing cae than that of Mr JameCulet of tins place Mr Culet hadspent a small fortune with Lw thebet Ilh in the county and in w addition to tnis he has tried everj medicint he could hear of Rheuniatima X suffered for twenty years Nothing he could get seemed to any good and- 4 woreHe explain a It thus advertiseSment of Dodds Kidney lills and decided tQ 5 them fmade up my mind to give them a good fair trial as my case was a very bad one- standingI can I truthfully every trace afthat they have driven out a feel like a new man and I can and do most heartily recommend Dodds Kidne1 Zif IS Rheumatism and Kdny i r Vhcr It iiI the Ahnntnat r I thinkoud like the pastor of the pasen4cA drifted to religious topics lie never i preaches longer than 25 minutes I hue no doubt I should like him reo 1 plisd the passenger with the side whiskers The pastor of the church I attend every Sunday preaches sometimes an hour or longer Horribly tiresome isnt it preacherChicagoSJJ COLORADO X t Summer Tourlnl Low Rate specialCT months lln presents a fine opportunity summer- visiting a picturesque and bfor of the States The will a realization of the wonderfuliI progress of the West in its commercial de railwaySa It wa9 no than in the strenuous i days of 61 that Colorado wn first made a 41 territory and its capital named for Gensc V Denver a Governor It was until 1870 that the first Chicago Union i NorthWestern train entered city and siveaN later in the year ofa tnotUnionThe Centennial imposition that Colorado Railway a summer tourist rate of 3000a the round from Chicago to Colorado points and similarly low rates from all I 1 points East t The Union Pacific and Chicago North Western Railways a daily train between Chicago and Denver j Lonlyone night en route from Chicago tS theCl with buffet smoking and library eau Pull man drawinjrroom cars ann free reclining chair cars Dining cars meals a f t carte The best everything SItilIloralnlrcrape course is symbolic of a widows grief onPh1adelphiS DrFledi c Vself Why no 1 think he feels like tzii calling a consultation time he has tv make a diagnosis Krooklyn Life 411V Just Another dinner 5Lt for Cheap rates to California J3000 from a St 2500 from Kansas City These DontScarSlzSleave St Louis Tuesday 832 mV ti on tie Katy Flyer Ask for information Address Wainwright St LouisI110 I newhati Thats what like about Tilda Shes so sweetly tactful you know Boston TranIa icriptV 4 IVV To Cnre n Cold In One Day AUd1Ujgistse The married flirt is the saddest of human heVof her own marriage Town Topic SaSVV Therewardof one duty it the power to fulfill anotberEiotVV- V A DANGER SPOTIN5 A dangerous spot for pain is tile small of thei back it tells of y XulnpyUlsosdo iI i mot pnins and 3 J jj acLes fi the EidneyI IT baccacheand end with lila betes Dropsy Urightsdlsease Cure KidnCy a and Bladder I troubles before r they reach the serious stage lead how easily it can be done W J Hill of 40 South Union StreetIs Concord NC proprietor of hardware and harness store Justice of the Peace t awL one of the best known residents of I that city says U Deans Kidney Pills proved a very efficient remedy in my casel got a box at the Gibson Drugstore and used them for disordered SV kidneys and backache from which I had experienced a great deal of annoyance trouble and pain The kidney secre tions had bothered me for a long while Vwere very irregular dark colored and- fullof sediment The Pills cleared it 1allup and I have not had an ache in my back since taldng the last dOeMy back is much stronger and my health generally is improved a great deal I am glad to make a public endorsement of the PSlli trusting that it may be 1i4S the means of relieving some other sufferer A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney 45 medicine which cured Mr Hill will be f mailed on application to any part of the United States Address FosterMilburn 4 Co Buffalo N Y For sale by all L druggists price 50 cents per box In the Spring Pass the Glass of liiresiRootbccr f 1u4 eo SS5KI 1orbJmaI1l I E KIIIS f1Iamn ra 4WOMENVprove the healing and SisV5fljgpower of Paxtlne willSmail a large trial package + with book of Instructions V1 IsVsamplebutalsrresenough to convince WomenVall over the country are praising Paxtlne for what It In lo al treat curtngthroatnasa1r 1 tartar and whiten the teeth Send today a postal card wilt do t a014 bydIuEristaorsentpstpaldby Oa s entS atunutloniman tctf OIC1ubuAiSiHMMIiKvIv ir nt re ssaV I PILES EaFor lIelandP9UTIVICo I AlfAKJllJSo TrIll De building Hew Tort XNKB r k1 j 41 1 a J iziPl1 r t t i J t 111W 1rt t i fi r b+ j z lL LJ5s rl i J II l OJJ J4S r i iri A Tribute to the Nations Soldier Dead TRUEST PATRIOTISM FINDS EXPRESSION IN LOYAL LIVING Memorial Day Sermon by the Highway and Byway Preacher w ri rij i ji iw Copyright ijoj bj J M Edson fhlmgo SvmUv Slay 5 1 TextVerily I say unto you Whereso ever this Gospel shall be preached In the whole world there shall also this that this woman hath done be told for a memorial of h rlIalt Mh JIKKK is no touching tiful or mnrtI the life of Jesus thou that of Mary and her ala baster box of pre clous ointment with which she so lavishly aiiuoints her lnnCThe fragrance of that deed since that time has filled all the world wherever the Jospel has gone She of all others understood the Lord and had a dawning conception of Ills vicarious mission In a vtigue way she realized that home tragedy was impending in the life of her Lord and nunell by nn Irresistible impulse which she herself perhaps did nut clearly understand she came with her most fragrant and priceless treasure and poured it upon the brad which was soon to wear the crown of thorns for the human race Artists brush though it move under the inspiration of mighty geftitis can never paint this isacredly sublime icenc No poet though he speak with the tongue of men and of an JtIan ever touch the depths of music which here swell and throb The sympathy love devotion ana sacrifice on the part of Mary The tender appreciation the quick words of gratitude nod the undying testimony of the Lord What a pic tore What a theme Marys deed how opportune how fitting how need full Jesus appreciation how full His testimony how sweet how ten der how immortal This that this woman bulb done is told as n me morial of her unto this day even as Jesus said it should be Mary though dead yet living todity in the deed she wrought and speaking h message to the hearts of men There are elements present in this inci dent which reveal the w nllhnf the human heart and which tired but the circumstances to cull them forth Loyalty devotion sacrifice on the one hand and gratitude aud ready tee ognition and faithful testimony of the deed on the other hand lX die and pass from urn active M stage of life but their deeds live on and on The liumtiu frame is mortal and soon mingles itel1l5t with the yielding soil which gives it final shelter but the worthy noble deed is immortal mid its luster grows brighter ns it shines down through the lengthening years Marys deed wrought so many many centuries ago is as fragrant today wjth its message ns it was on that day when the perfume of that oint ment filled the house at lletbauy mill wafted its delicate odor to all about It has shined on and on while kingdoms have reared their glorious head and then falleninto decay Its glory has not faded although the splendor of mighty empires has ills appeared We live not In yentn hut dpcil come poet has sungnnd never was truer thought espr1tilnr fact ex prfsscd more deed lives nod been we t is imtrtnrtii Mary lives in lrlll1plh ri God has btji tin ill iii inreiorJ rolghtforills Word lie has givtji to man such Incidents as would bt niost helpful nnd needful for eVSC and illustra lion and in theV VSten record of Heaven aU deeds ate faithfully regis feted for tl p ultimate rewarding of man and fur testimony to the angels Nations write the history of the deeds of its people The life of ana tion woven closely about the deeds of those who have lived and wrought nod died fof it The sacred lust of its patriots and heroes is the endnrjng foundation pon which it rests The nation that forgets the loyal and faithful deeds of its patriot ic sons has stepped from the safe road of progress which lends to more glorious achievements to the path way of decay and disintegration It takes the deeds of i4 hero to inspire arid make a hero The nation that remembers the loyalty devotion nnd sacrifice of its people Is keeping alive the fires of patriotism which will prove a bulwark of strengths against internal and external foe Memorial day or Dee NATIONAL as it has become lobe popularly known has been set apart as the day on which to pay special tribute to the soldier d ldantl to place flags and flowers upon their graves Nearly 300000 soldiers of the civil war lie buried in the 70 national cemeteries estulIlshedand main tamed by this government The lib erality of the United States towards Its living soldiers and Its faithfulness in the care of its lend soldiers are unique and unheard of in the history of nations After no war whether of ancient or modern times have any such systematic exertions been made to secure the collection of the dead and their interment in permanent resting places ns have been made by the government of the United States Hut the national cemeteries do not hold nil thin dead foliiiers for thousands lie buried in public cemeteries throughout the country antI their graves are visited annually and decorated in lovjng tribute to bravery nnd pntriotisrqTile soil of this na tion mate sacred by the bodies of the dead heroes who now sleep within its bosou The life of this nation has been enriched by the blood which has been freely shed in defense of its honor and its unity It Is well that we have provided an annual national Memorial day It is Important jyea even vital that we fail not to faithfully observe Itnnd remember In gratitude and love the sacrifice which gave to us the nation in which we are so proud to claim citizenship alm ntl eed sons of the ce THE kingdom worship at the sacred graves of their ancestors andI thus looking backward they the past and yield but slowly to ad yancemeni and development The keeneyed clearbrained Sons5 rf this great western nation bow before the graves of their soldier dead and thank God thatthere wereJ1t so true nnd Qynl and brave lhn tJeyvere ready rind cadger in the iiouroflhti nations 1 qi4 s11 o I need to light and to die Hint her integrity ought be maintained Everyi soldiers grave is sacred soil the spot where the tires of putriotlsint may he kindled The frn Marys ointment lias endured to thisI day and exerts Its swiet influence upon till lives of the followers of Jesus Christ The deeds of thin nnI tions heroes null defenders Cxhnlet a vigor and thrill to the atmosphere of thin national life which is Iltc tndity utah inspires loyalty and patriotism in the hearts of 1111t true suns Death diil not terminate their influence the grave Jill not IonI sign them to oblivion Tlioir ashes have proved fruitful soil from which have grown nn enduring patriotism and n great nation At Brussels the first martyrs of the reformation laid down their Ihcct They were three young monks named Henry Voes John Kscb and Iamberl Thorn Luther felt deeply for helec noble young men and composed the following lines In commemoration of their death fiIThtWhereer their sainted dust shall fall Up springs a holy bund And the nsbes of thin nations heroes have not died Wherever they have fallen has sprung tip a newer and t larger patriotismIX PAYING tribute to the soldier I dead we must remember that the cause for which they fought unities f sacred to tIme nation thin lives which were given up in her defense even though in many instances those lives were evil arid godless nnd the mni lives of their service more or less sel fish or mean The microscope must SlOt Iii used to dissect the army else will thin glaring faults in the indi vidual lives of thin soldiers eclipse time supreme nnd righteous cause which has called them together leather must the telescope be used and the army seen as a wnole in its struggle i to put down slavery and maintain the union The individual soldier must be Identified with the great object to be attained arid if he falls in battle even though his private life has been low and mean nnd unworthy he stands ns n hero before the nation and his blood which he has shed is sacred upon time altar of his nation Too often today the patriotic im pulse is checked or stif1t with tllPI thought of contempt for the drink ing carousing godless soldier who was found In every company and rlrIuncut almost which served in the wjir But I believe this is wrong I would taut minimize evil would not condone wickedness in the lives of soldiers Would that every old sol dicr toinynnih young soldier too who went through either the civil war or the SpanishAmerican war could realize time power and blessing of a clean life Would that they might know the strength and confi deuce which comes from fellowship with lOll through Christ Jesus Yes v and ninny n battle has been lost many a company and regiment been emit off in the conflict because tIlt lives of time individual soldiers wjcre honeycombed with vine But not withstanding nil this n heart iclt tribute is due tbe nations sol dicr dead They fought for that whih wv uaonving todnjVn untied l iri poxy Vffrcwing naii in If the lives f intiny of in snldlrr ere imwortay hatmum re ia4fr our selves that the heritage which their blood bought for us shall not be stained by unclean or godless hands II the patriotisn of some of the sol diers is questioned and mean low motives called them Into the of their country let us be ttriceI the true pure patriotism burns in our breasts had keeps ns from being an enemy In disguise to the country which has grown up over the graves of the thousands who so bravely fought for the nations honor anti the nations flag of Patriotism A soldiersTEST speaks for patriotism CorI loyal devotion for willing sacrifice Mary would pay n tribute to hlrI Lord and brought the best slur hadtanti gave it lavishly JhIwho have died upon time battlefieldsl have given the best they country their lives Patriotism enllsc for the best RlwnysIAt the battle of ChanceHorsvllle when the brave indomitable Jackson was sweeping down with awful upon the inajn body of IlooktrsI armyafter the terrible rout of the Eleventh corps under Howard Ilcas anton ordered Maj Peter Keenan commanding the Eighth Pennsylvania cavalry to charge the ICOOO men in front with his 400 Keenan saw in n moment that if lie threw his little force into the seething mass of in fantry horses and men would be swallowed up ns by the mouth fIhells hottest fire and few if any would be left to tell the story of the deed lint the brave ollcer who lid not flinch for a moment in the face of almost certain death also saw that if Jackson advance was not checked for an instant to gjve the union forces time to rally time army of Hooker would be completely routed and the confederacy win a Vie tory which would mean almost err tain success for the etes lon cause And the south realizes today in Its splendid loyalty and patriotism that this would have beena dire calamity for the south as well ns the north A sad smile lit up Keenans connie nance as he unhesitatingly said General I will dc It And leading his men he pressed forward and was literally impaled lipdri the bayonets of the enemy But he checked the mad dash of the enemy and saved tbe army from capture and his cOlin try from the unutterable degradation of slaveholding rule in the northern states Ilere was patriotism which did not count life dear when his country needed its sacrifice Mnj Keenan was ready to give the bet he hind And every green mound under which sleeps the soldier dead is a mutewitness to that truest patriot Ism which Iii willing to give Its best And this which the nations defend ers has wrought is told and shall be toldas a memorial oMhem PATRIOTISMS Best Tr1btmteOver graves our soldier dead on Memorial day are scattered the flowers flags wave bravely and loyally In tIll breeze the tread of old com rades is heard the heads of the mul 0 5Vr i f J Ji wImiletimespoken anti taps are sounded and volleys are fired Yea forget not to unCurltileforuneringPtrwtlsmnnd go away to live for your eountry laieldnneed to take up your life in all ts activity anti live for yours The laytodecorations and eloquent words of praise limit in faithful manly womanly living This notion has its livingtltfenllerday has been bought at the sacrifice the blood of its loyal sons What the nation will he tomorrow will be latrlntlmts brave soldiers She has her graves sacred and dear which today arc a silent witness of what she has suf fered nut the manly surrender of Lee opened a new door for the south Her sons entered andare bravely nobly splendidly living for a reunited nation anti a new south Wellington after bis great victory ver tin French chanced one day to meet a Prussian youth who was bo moaning his lot that he had not been permitted to fightor even die in tie fense of his country The time for- ghting had passed and with no more Napoleons to conquer tic felt that opportunities for patriotism nnd service to country hail gone With piercing glance and impatient ges urn the great general sharply cx- lalmetl Young maui go home and ke for your country Under the ex citement and dashof the battle charge it is comparatively easy to die or ones country limit as the weary humdrum round of duties drag themselves through the days lint weeks and months and years of hifeu t Is harder to live for ones coun try Hilt oh the needs you young man young woman sho needs you in youth in the prime of life in old age of the most disquieting condi ONE in our country today is time careless flippant spirit which is tak ng possession of the youth of out laud Memorial day and Fourth of Inly are fast degenerating into hull days for sports nnd pastimes and idla merrymaking What we need today arc more oldfashioned Independence Day celebrations with patriotic speeches more Memorial days in which the lead soldiers will be rev ertnU remembered anti their graves lovingly decorated Selfishness is so largely dominating in the American life today that the claims of the na lion upon its citizens are swallowed p in the heedless rush after indi vidual desires and aspirations Pa triotism is unselfish The story is told of the French gunner who eis commanded by his colonel to fire tin a small house which WitS believed to be n nest of Pros sinn With pale face the man obeyed He sighted his piece delib eratel then fired it Well hit my man welt hit exclaimed the officer as he looked through his glass That cottage could not have been ery solid Its eompletelKmat Turning round he noticed h tear stealing down the gunners cheek Why whats the matter he ex claimed Roughly Pardon me t tOulWiiS lie re ply lint it via my tnvn i ftle house everything 4 aT rId Patriotism it u it ISVV iiitt p it Mts country Precis it We need a new train of patriotism throughout our land whichwill put the nations good in place of selfseeking which will lift the gaze from a narrow individualism o the larger outlook of national re sponsibility and destiny N THE crypt of St Pauls cathedral in London lies buried Lord Nelson chief among the naval heroes of Log land Leaning against the marble tomb is n small square of perforated cardboard worked as a sampler which for six years has remained there undisturbed It bears tljese words spelled in worsted letters tn loving memory of our dear Lord Ho ratio Nelson Thy will be done was brought thither by a child whose heart was in bis tribute to his Into our tribute for our dead heroes needs to be worked the pa triotism of faithful loyal manly liv ng Our lives need to spell out the letters of our patriotism and though deeds may go unrecorded nnd un sung yet they will be ns fragrant in atmosphere of the national life as was Marys ointment to the appreci ative sense of the Lord and the ex alted and honored place this nation occupies and will continue to occupy among the natiOns of the world will be perpetual testimonial of the faith ful loyalty of its people Development To strive to find the best in life to get at its real though halt hidden meaning day by day faithfully look- Ing always for the deeper truer thing life cannot fail to bless us We live to becQme something rather titan to get something Heaven cannot come to those wasting the life given to them for d elollmel1tnf A nrtlett Light It isa great paradoxtoMythatlight is full of mystery But It is the fact and no greater scientist can cfeny itIAnd without controversy great is mystery of godliness God manifested in the flesh Light has incorruptible purity It repels defilement Rev K M Jones Character Christ looks at life In its contribution of character Itls not a question of per cents and returnsof an investment simply It isa mat tee of principles and purposes anti results in life anti life forever He asks What sort of men does It produce HevDr Carlisle Two KInds of Ability It requires very little abilityor none at all to see flaws or to find fault A measure of knowledge ana of power is essential to percieve what is commendable or to build up what is of value This Is why there are so many more who are ready to point out mistakes in the Bible or In a system of human government or in the crude efforts of a schoolaoy than there are who can fee and show the points worthiest of commenda lion in the thing under examination Frof lartin G Brumbaugh who has rtppe such service in the educational fie In Porto RIco and in Pennsyl vats says a to this truth In the line h f irs Arfounce of con strulctie i1 seah many tons of destrucivt titS S Times t J Uu Oi J3i w iI rt TROOPS iE THERE A Battalion Numbering 120 Men 4 in Camp at Jackson KyV The Investigation of the Assassination- of James B Marcum the Last Victim of the Feud to Be Commenced Jackson May 5A battalion of troops numbering 120 men arrived in Jackson at 5 oclock Sunday afternoon to preserve order In the town and about the courthouse during the In vestigation of the assassination of James B Marcum the last victim of the HarglsCockrlll feud The batta lion made up of one Infantry company from Shelbyvlllo and two batteries of artillery from Louisville and Lexing ton arrived on a special train from Lexington and at once pitched camp on tho common owned by Alex Hargis near thn center of town The arrival of troops was unmarked by any particular incident Traveling on tho special train with the soldiers were County Judge James Hargis and his brother State Senator Alex liar RS the two most prominent members of the Hargis family Another pas senger was Judge Bach who Is re garded as tho most Important of the witnesses summoned to testify before the special grand jury as to the assassination of Marcum Judge Bach re turned from Los Angeles Cal to give evidence During the course of an In tervlew he expressed the belief that no disorder would occur as long as the troops remained Judge Bach said ho did not fear a personal attack and de clared that he would remain at his home without taking any special measures for self lrotectlon Public opinion is divided as to tho probability of Indictment of Marcums assassin as a result of the work of the special grand jury which will bo Impaneled Monday with Judge Red wine sitting on the bench Curtis Jett who Is under arrest at Winchester charged with the crime will not ask for a change of venue If indicted anti returned to Jackson Prosecuting Attorney Byrd stated that it is possible that such a motion might be made by those interested In the prosecution Doubt is expressed by many as to the probability of wit nesses mustering up courage to tell the grand Jury all they know Tho common belief is that fear of assassi nation after the troops are gone may seal the lips of thoso who may know about the killing of Marcum FROM BROOKLYN BRIDGE An Unknown Man Jumped Into tho Rlver Below New York May 25An unknown man sitting in an open car crossing the Brooklyn bridge Sunday suddenly alighted when the car was In the mid die of the center span and running to the side of the bridge jumped Into the river He threw his hat In the face of a fireman who tried to slcze him as he stood poised on the edge of time trestlework and then dived headfirst holding a lighted cigar between his teeth His body rose to the surface immediately after the plunge and was carried away by the current DETAINED VALUABLE LETTERS Being Uncalled For the Postmaster Threw Them In the Waste Basket Guthrle Okla May 25Amos Loedy aged 60 years postmaster at I vedy Okla htQ 1n itm v to tho- letterseharg 4asois pe culiar tiuui EinalnvL H the offce uncalled for and Leedy Ig norant of what course to pursue threw them Into the waste basket On account of his age he was let off with a fine and given permission to return home alone for the money to pay It with Six Years For Bribery St Louis May 25Mter being out five minutes the Jury In tho vase of theIpunishment at six years In the pent tentiary Denounced tho Outrages meetingII promIAnniversaryIersons 100th birthday was remembered Sunday night by a service In Symphony hall under the auspices of the American Unitarian association Senator Gcorgn F Hoar f slded MARKET REPORT Cincinnati May 23 CATTLECommon 3 25 4 15 Butcher steers 4 80 4 85 CALVESExtra 6 50 HOGS Ch packers 6 75 g 6 85 Mixed packers 6 55 6 75 SHEEP Clipped 4 00 4 15 LAMBS Spring 6 75 7 25 FLOURSprIng pat 4 00 0 4 30 WHEATNo2 red 77 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 47 OATSNo 2 mixed i 37 RYENo 2 57 HAY Ch timothy 19 00 PORKClear family 19 65 LARDSteam 8 55 BUTTER Ch dairy 0 13 Choice creamery 23 APPLESFancy 3 50 0 3 75 POTATOESPer bbl 2 15 02 25 TOBACCO NOT 4 35 011 50 Old 590 12 60 Chicago FLOURWinter pat 3 50 3 60X WHEAT No 2 red 78 79 No3 spring 74 79 CORNNo2 mixed 45 OATSNo 2 mixed 37t RYENo 2 49th 0 50 PORKMess 17 37tz17 50 LARD Steam 995 9 97 New Yprk FLOURWin strts 3 50 3 65 WHEAT No 2 red 83ft CORNNo2 mixed 57 OATSNo 2 mixed 38 RYEWestern 59i 3 PORKFamily 19 00 LARD Steam 0935 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 0 80VS CORNNo3 mixed 51 OATSNo 2 mixed 41 42- CATTLEButchers 5 15 5 25 HOGS Western 7 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 77 CORNNo 3 mixed 49 OATSNo3 mixed 35 PORKMess 17 50 LARDSteam 10 25 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 0 73 CORNNo 2 mixed 44- QATSNO 2 mlxeu 33Ji 7 c rt fit 0 i t A FALSE ALARM Singular Source of n Startling Humor of the Destruction of Sfrw York priutedrrtructionOn the afternoon of the 3d iot there was a rumor here of a terrible earthquake rbodytalkedtale to tell New York was destroyed with 1000000 people Think of my anXiety Iwas afraid to telegraph At whenlreachedtelegram just received in reply to an in inithadbeenYork that day They are known amor CydonetelegraphedtoIarthquakeand Cyclone arrived have up half New York rbi was the cause of the whole thing S5 to Colorado and Dock It has been estimated that between 8000 000 and 10000000 persons in the Limed lacyapeimcjyearly in pursuit of iliijurc Tins is agreat deal of money to spend during a va ration but this season the expeudituie vcr otthurgo Milwaukee St Paul Railway tirkctsto25 nummers will enable to their outing at bght expense Colo eaboretFor scenic beauty the Rocky Mountain region is famous the world The not arebeautifullyscribed in a lIewboolc jut published by the passenger department of the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway It will be postageTiiroughver every day via the Chicago Milwaukee JAcago Then and Xonr Meeker I could never understand m courtshipIlisekerAnd Veil I guess yes She never lets up un till do Cincinnati Enquirer It Cure Vklle Yon Walk AlIens PootEa e isa certain cure for hot feetSoldIAddrewithfewyou give them ourcoutiteneVashin toriSplaceUoolittleYall the time Harvard lampoon Iam sure Pisos Cure for Consumption ThosRobbinsHe who gives up the smallest part of a powerRichterOpposition is essential to success Rims President Xeven to the farmer with endless and worry about weather crops and insects- A business cares but he cannot a that stays with him of constantly day and And if after trying Kinds of medicines and sickness Life is sweet but only if you can enjoy it If you are sick or suffer in any way from weakness of organ of YQur body please read the following very carefully for it may be that we can point out to you a way both pleasant and safe by which you can be relieved from pain andsickness and your life made worth en joyingIn first place put out of your mind the idea that disease is a IfAME The name is nothing It hardly mat ters at eli WHAT you think or others say you are sick from WE say and theinost advanced medical science of the day says that if are sick IT IS BECAUSE YOU ARE WEAK And thevery first thing to do natural ly BUILD UP YOUR STRENGTH Now dont go away with the notion that because you have a good strong muscular frame you are therefore SAFE You may be strong PHYSICALLY but weak VITALLY Your internal arrangements need build ing with Ozomulsion is concentrated bottled vitality A BloodMaking Food By taking it as a building medicated vitalizing food your organs will be ableto get rid in natures way of any disease that now affects them Ozomulsion Food is made of the purest cod liver oil with vitalizing salts which regenerate the entire consti ttionGet well get strong enjoy yourself Trust your health to 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restoring my health u Ihad often heard of Teruna an excellent tonic so I bought a bot tle to see wlzalilwoul do for me it certainty took hold ofmy syslem and rejuvenated me amIn less than two months I was in per fecfneallhandno when Ifeel ofPerona i JEFinnVCatarrh Causes Female Diseases- AmcricaisthelnndofntrCouswo lir It some form of female disease By far the greatest nurnberof female troublesVSare caused directly by catarrh women despair of recovery Female prevalentthatThe greatest obswc1e in the way of re covery Is that they do not understand that it Is catarrh which is the source of their illnessSIn female complaint ninetynine cases out of hundred nothing nilPcrunit t cated Cs REPEATING RIFLES jNo matter what your preferences are about a rine1 4 some one of the eight different Winchester will suit you Winchester Rifles are made in calibers suita ble for shooting any game from rabbits to grizzly bearsVand in many styles and weights Whichever model you select you can count on its being well made and finished reliable in action and a strong accurate shoOter JI- ff FREE i OcrifOpagclttastrttedcatilowe J WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO NEW HAVEN CONN LIFE ISSllEBj I 4his trouble man can forget his forget sickness or any member his family night many different drugs his toIany yoii into Ozomulsion impregnated Renovates These I I OONU1510 A Perfect Emulsion of the Purest Norwe I glan Cod Liver Oil in combination ii Quaiacol Glycerine andi the Hypo =phosphites of LIme nncj Soda Cures 1 i ConsumptionL f Coughs Colds Wfiboplrig Cough dual Affections Asthma La 9 Pneumonia and All Other BronI1Vnary Diseases Also for S 5 Rheumatism all Blood D so der Ii Catarl 1tif Nervous and Ceneral Debility Sleepless O ness Night Sweats Malaria Rick eta or Softening of BonS Chif i dren Arrsmla or Thin Blood Loss Flesh and all Wasting Condi IQ tloas A Wonderful Vitallzer end flgthProthicerIi I BOTTLES SlOO IEAHGUAGES OHLABH LONDDMAnDNEWYPRK Paris BeiIL 4Montreal C1tyeZMe ara jI agoI as and one arc in of The rocd That Dc Good4 1 T iit t I f t vS4 1 t 41 vAt to JS 7 z1is 2 n yJiItf 1 c t JitiftT I i t01NG8VILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO t tPVINGSVIttE KYI 4 li PER YEAR IN ADVANCE A dsn communications to fobi ley Ilabe t fcddreiB when writing nioneryfrrparate slip opprcoTHURSDAY MAY 28 1903 IT la the general opinion that the State troop who marched up tot Jackson will simply eaarrh down again after the farce of an invest gaiU IB concluded JWc OAHTHIU anticipated his Yeatoval from tht bench by the ApraVftllate CouM in the Oalib case by vacating vit Gov Beck ham will appoint a Judge to try i this cast r t Tax Turks are slayiag the Mao wr1d1ibt fiirt about it sines rby chastisement means Rue i I j Mi domination which i trding aH troT x1 worae 7 K KltTON DWIGBT HILLIS OF t tnMotMngof New York is keen fot1ihbbofmakthgupBookei r rJr lhlton bed Washington ihIH If he can QC saved from fiends 4 J EVIKTTHINO It quiet at Jackson They dassrnt be otherwise fur ti r PII are thejre anJthe dom litmtojemenk is to prudent while L I 9BMTKMrJild knows there be a 1te s e t ro 1 lfpI j- T Biassaere bf Russian Jews i 4 BtaiUM to Ihb world What a k BWOBttrouB form of ItpotlIm the 714Ik 3e ii ft 9oIfDmpt Instead 4 i I tbclyllilt yOwogTooraibe attend i m tp4oRuIeIL I1h fraId Qf Bear siiJ i ARcseAi s J lfae Jew Cv tan kba1n In tbapj on I f condltjon tbaIbeybfme1C1zrit t i fenlvjg 0 t stw Im lIled JeJeWat bIIDehre ifmple il an Cns outsid r ers will prefer thati4 Jews stick cT4tkelrfIth bea cbambcrlnaid who re 4 I a j aKd tojaiake up the bed on which r U okerT Washington had slept iIL t j fKomo nationally famous and jifj L lyedlargo amount of krt bAL now r c NOWBI dade v up v tlt I T Putere etaiesmen ia Ken J Pt4yIiosedayuAthat1ebefor C a i 4re btvcis Boad the touch i1j teaeM tJtBBOoraoy Now there iees to trnly politicians and pretty saall baes at that with ChairsaaR YOHBB towering so high ab V8 the otbeM that the ran only tAttle arouad a lfindfaul with Bill bosship being utterly impotent t 1 t t t II 1 I t ea1itIC4 l tf advoeis of public ownerhipAny vii UJIllel Conducted al th t postal n lIes hac beea would be f f JbepeleMlr kankrupted in five years i tS p rrIupttttweeai i J 1 alit e aid the Louisville Coramit S t 4JJiteL The fereroafledgf the pri Jt j Mry fnr May 26th and ordered i1tFiHI4Itlater than August btA-t a rc Hjarity of the candidates deter aBJaed to Ignore the State Conrait 4 and bo1dthe priaiary Tues t ayaayBow Allis W Young e ys- a t t aeailnees will be thrown out T x Oatrart political events now with l p c HhM Wen the party became wild b awre r free rilver r J 4 1 j r Savoyards Letterc1 r J I Loaisville Poetjt Waehiag ton May 18 Theodore7 j RsveltIs the sixth or Ieventb 1 Pifti JI Xib1Iea Pre ilieR wl10 b bad4 t 4i kaada ke SoutbePi Kepub1ic II ctjIb 3satyerwatev ryou call It Fur tf t radyfersjyarszkege p has I lt 1 I to B prosperous pOo adMild U to Toad of making rySoubt LIc4kMy wee ja Wfcig was beaded 1jI J jtraifhtor the Befublieaa keaal r 4 t vartera aid laauwerI hiM it i n j i f t lSlij IriMBBiuaitlee kept on Ja J flrk titl Shsaanetaayd1 S I V 4 ltI at the of tlit 1 iiitke IffMBlicaii delegations I e1eiiilconTentIons and he t fje k a bitter lertuB in his book f l if the way ATjjers vote grew at 1h ia 1888 Sheraan was a i t tti fradabe eajadidate in three Be p t HifcHaaa iataeiaI conventions 1 ti 1 l ISS4aid1888andhewnu Id of Ueee out vietorjous in any 1 jp i M f theai Bad Soatbern delega 1j Mae to him been faithful i f fsJCicViltia the border Southern 4 l5j i theaCverwaiuehrespe t t J Republicanpf4t rtwTaBkaBdIlewa BUS s r niqiiiiitatlyejBf the Banhood e5f t f tfce iHBi It was nade for official paeoagsaaeited for aothinp T 1i JtY cs5itpBijo bett i I J iwxt BtfBjN J onveatienand if it I j l 1 tS ueerrej Uifl Ialfnti iI II4 th fawli Ii t py ti88 I ts t f f BiMtMfi Jra faff rbliceiholder aro BMirtyr brandIt t f fIt t JOII that Iuda4 i r I i z c concern should be preferred in a decent community Gen Grant tried to help the thing along by taking an Attorney General from Georgia but it did no good Old Joe Brown joined it in 1868 but he soon dropped itt and afterward was a Democratic Senator in Congress it stole the Presidential election r the Republican party in 1876 after Samuel J Tilden refused to buy the vote of Louisiana und Mr yre gave every miscreant of thc thieves an office Thia state of capo was unfortu te fur the Democrats of the uth as ellnl for tbe whole untry But nothing else was to be expected The wickedness of Reconstruction will be fresh in the minds of Southern men of l clonehudlld over to be plundered and degraded by harpies that flocked ff do tybutou and the only way to do thai was to put thieves in office and nflne the electorate to the Jjjno nt Taxation became confisca tion and bribory was the mother legislation There was ten years of that sort of thing and there would hays been ten other years ol it go beneThe Republicans could have had firmer foothold nt the South and several of the Southern State would have joined the g o p had the Republicans practiced toward the South a tithe of tho generosity and magnanimity that they emitPtheydid practice Had t S boouthernfolks of tho Southhad they let the Southern people govern the South during all those years they permitted the carpetbaggers seal lawage and negroes to rob the Southern States had they done that there would have been a virile a a yttwas not loyal however magnani mous to do that and the g o p of those days was terrible strong on loyalty It was not that the Re publican party oared a for the n egri that rtconterred political pualhet force the 0 tiotewhat made theflfto ntb amend ment It wail atotal failure as was to be expected from the work of statesmen who forget and defy the statutes of Almighty God McKinley saw how it wee He WAIl the first Republican President to set his cap for the Soutb al d e was making great progress in the courtship when that miscreant did that awful work at Buffalo McKinley bore no malice For m any years he had served with Southern men in Congress and he new them to be Just as patriotic a s a ahundredCongress and none of tho number wounded the most sensitive South ern man He was an accomplished politician and a manof consummate tact He understood the Southern and he was proceeding to build up the Republican party at the South in the only way it will ever bo built up It was true that he appointed negroes to offices but be did not cram the dose down the Southern thr nt jJiiioJL j j r emoerat were ei Kt lila policy In that re iffer little from Tttbingebaveohange eerTtblngSouthern the eighties proteivoNorth Carolina full pf it VI rtginta has plenty of hW findit in Texas woo rico Wdes IU J in Georgialumber Itt in Ala IiLouillla thattthat is gof no SbrpWiUlamty of the Fiftyeighth CongrMs Plenty of his squad are going f j r4nevertbe Cuban reciprocity comeapcfiij debate Williams wIJPNrule aarch them through Coventry peeottonStatehe nrgro and that mesas eiiope less minority The Republican party of those Statef will haVe no aabition but to postmaster and delegate to thf igoiTtalioo And the whites wilvhBi subject to government by rescei That is a poor way ioUge patriotifm and the naUealpirItwilI langn llegroia itefaIAnd tbtbiJ Jhe 44What is 10 be donp2 Thoetjtegre The white is share plItioiWJth him rtuBatfd or not eduoaifdgood citizen or va gabond That is certain If he reaain in the country he ia only a sore place on the body politic that can never heaL Of course he can not be transported without biaeon Cent The thing to do is to induce him to frannport himself It Ii different with the criminal They can be seat to penal colonies Money is the stuff That will set tie the socalled race question and settle it right i but it will take a he pGf1t It will take at least a birtion perhaps two billions ibut iUKJIl he cheap eVen at three till lions Buy them cotton land in Africa equip the a to farm and pay them bpubty on every bale they raise for tifenty yenta On eyfyyear quostibeat- Qonxeethere n v are a of white folktiBtne Scutbwbo will take their guns and try to prevent thd negroleaing and aozebfh e IiOistrong But In tl f9urlegr k J J F iAi y s r 1I tI = rw population would be reduced btfe hulf and we could maDaM ji6se left the old ones who know t8elr places for ofthecruet wrong to keep the negro among us and deny his equal rights before tho law There is but one way out of it hire the negro to leave The South would be tho great gainer It would be worth billions to the South SAVOYARD CORRESPONDENCE Odos8aDThe general talk with the farmer is either the fuoudsThe little 12yearold daughter of Wm Wilson is quite sick with phoid fever and diphtheria Quite a number from here attended the funeral of Mrs R R Swetnam at Owingsville Monday anWestOh those clods those terrible clods It is hot and dry and farmers all hind with their work Our physicians inform us that the people are distressingly healthy The first oil well is completed on the Lee farm near the black sulphur springs report a good well Fielder and Ed Horseman of rickly Ash wore here fishing last week and Ed refusing to pay hit I ard bill I kept the last dog be bad as part payment Wyoming Kirby Hedrick wife and lather epent Sunday at J L Dawsons John Hedger and wife went to Grain Creek Friday and tayed till Sunday Bruce Snedegar and wife went to Grange City to see their mother Sunday A little daughter of Kirby lied ricka was bitten on the face by a dog Saturday All the girla and boys went to White Oak Sunday and had a big me in their new rubber tires Fairview Reuben Rodgers is very low not expected to liveIA little rain would be appreciat edin this community Mrs Jennie Woodard visited rel atives in Fleming Co Jaft week W L Whitton and family of Odessa visited his mother Sunday a week ago About the usual number trom this vicinity attended the hat show t White Oak Sunday Rev Botkln filled the regular appointment at this place Saturday night and Sunday C W Maddox MJJ1ci tisited Robert Maddox aij ner Flemingsburff 8jiju flny a wcelr ago v 1 SlateValley- No rain yet cpJ ijt naait Elder Dawipn will protch horo next Su Butlf visited Jgck Toy near yflajpg Sunday eve Frppl appearances thera was a big Ct1p f White Oak ndy guesthe of y SamLathram s4 family spent Sund rwihibe tHy of Ca- lnedssrS Sara Conyers wf and children were eueste of tboinllyof Sam fteulU Sunday XJarley Kaeh an WaUerWilliamB Tent to take their best girls to White Oak Sunday 0 Miss Era Warrec of near Snit Lick accompanied by her brothers GeoriGareramt attend d the bonnet show at White Oak- Charley Norris passed here Sun girlfromway to WhitQnot to church but to see the display of fino hats Bethel Mrs James Wfaaley is no better Saturday will be decoration day here Miss Margaret BbttB closed her Khoal here Friday Arthur HttWon of Lee Vanars delf itquite tick with pneumonia Several from here attended qua r metDK in Sharpsburg Satur A1iceting will be herd bare next S Tln the Cbristiun Charch Mrs Harvey Satterfield wu burled here Tuesday in Longview Ce deny Dan Arrasmith woe thrown fro hi horse Monday1wbp1hurt bi Toot anctankleJMl Walker of ert Montgomery Co is the guest of Will Day and wife Ollie Arrasmith carl Alvin Rat liff are home from Lexington CoU legetospend vacation Sanford Barney and daughter spent last week in Mt JSterling with hi brother Martin Ramey and wife IX A good maay visitors here Sun i day from ofirheighboridg towns to lattend the Methodist meeting f a eofu 1iUhniiavery a f sentmInded other day he shelled asatfeorn got in bis buggy and drove to the mill and hadieftit h t f 4 Beech Woods Mr and Mrs hoary Sorrell went to Craigs Sunday Isaac Bailey and wtfd were guests Wm Coyle and wife Sunday Judge W S Gudgell has his windmill in operation It runs nicely J T Coyle and wife were guests of Mr and Mrs Whalny Bailey Sunday Miss Maude Bailey went Sunday to visit friends at Kendalls Spring for a few daysFiParson Nixon wife and daughter ias Carrie visited Mr and Mrs avid Bailey Sunday Look out for that wedding For rther information see a certain gentleman on White Oak Mrs James Barber visited her daughter Mrs Wm Lathrara of Wyoming one day last week Grange City Born May 12th to Bub Colliver d wife a eon Johnson visited re la FrtiveeCo viBit ed threlativesWilliam Colliver and Elsie Rich ards were in Salt Lick last week J P Brown andfamily left last week for Ohio to make that their h omeinMrs George Colliver and child ron of Poplar Plain visited rein tives here last wtekPMiss Eva Evans of Flummerri Landing is visiting her brother C A Evans rind family this week Mrs L B Newman Misses Leila Wiileroy Minnie Walton and Maude Rigdon were in Fleming burg last week Mrs Walter Gray daughter Mabel and sister Miss Lizzie Gray attended the commencement at Fiemingsburg lastweek Stepstone Ire Charles Conley and Chas Carpenter are improving slowly News like the rain is scarce but hope for lots of the lastnamed soon sure A J Garrett and daughter Miff Mildred spent Sunday with H S Duff and family Born to the wife of Roe Carpen lcrchild doing well W B Henry and family spent Sunday as the guests of J H Con leyon Butlers Branch 0 W Payne of uppcrStepstone ha valuable mare to die last TIlis aT from lockjaw Sam Barnes of Howards Mill epent Sunday with his brotherin law H S Duff and family tH M Turley and wife of M- tSorliftgere here Sundhy Visiting h i8aopG W Turley and family Iethstettiopjii of Mt Sterling were jueAlsof Miss Kittie Lane Sunday V4r jdiss Sudie Stout was nt home Saturday had Sunday returned to her classes aiSrlt Lick und Ft rm l t r pringfield O B Sprutt and wife were in MtSXerling Tuesday Miss Hattie TriplettTlsiteoVfirj nightkrreS Gratsy Lick i sIttibiteisterMna Annie Gc- A II c Waller Boyd and wife visited hi ffornieravmdther near Judy Satur daynudLSutlay Miss EffleGrljRes ispending the weekwith hercister Mrs Tom Canan near Judy Mrs N A Diaiitiaiid Miss Vir gia Dimitt vieit Un Matitic Thompson Sunday Mrs Sallie Taul and Miss Bertha Wills visited Will Taut of Nicholas Co Sunday and Monday Mre Sarah Spratt and little lon Ed Taylor and wife were guests of James Jones and wife Sunday Blisses Bird Berry and Lida Smathera were the guests of Mrs Mattio Thompson Wednesday night Hillsboro E B Blackburn of Berry w asher Friday Miss Mamie Crawford closed her school Friday A C Williams and wife Of Fair view visited at R M Rawlings Sunday Dr S F OBrien and C E dayIanEleven cars of logs were shipped to Cincinnati from our depot here last week Quite a number from here attended the annual hat show at White Oak Sunday Mrs Dr R E Winter son and daughter of Minerva are visiting at O B Dentone this week Judge Jas H Shepherd was in Mt Sterling and Lexington Mon day selling brooms for the HlllsbcITo Broom Co- From the number of people in town avid the merchants having big sales Saturday it looks as though the old town ik still alive and up to the times Friends and relatives here were sorry to learn of the death of Mrs Maude Ly tie wife of our former LytleHer 7jtleaMr Lytle left here several months t go with her for Western North aroUnaandreturned Friday Mr ytle and wife had many friends ereand they sympathize with him in the loss of his good wife 14fr d ifi r Irr o 6 Midland City SlerlingalbrdaT John Den ton of Uarrield flrn illcome in Thursday itb tillcountyvIsited coRazorBen Btoraft moved from the de latudayJohn Roberts staatand wife Sunday BndTravM lietUpper Prickly AshE reoJativel reoJatlveweek closedheriday W W ineno ovnsbeRileyChandlertheir son Oscar and wife in Ow ingsville ono day last weekerOscar Chandler and wife thgavillewith Riley Chandler and familywa John Coyle and wife of lower rickly Ash were guests ot Mrs Fannie Hamilton Saturday and Sunday John Stone and Richard Reid went fishing near Wyoming one day last week with good success as they brought in several nice eat fish H A Tyter and wife visited Mrs Ella Hamilton and family in Mont goinery Co last week Little Miss Emma D Hamilton came home with them for a weeks is1tILicking Union anRossS aturdayMJ W Ham went to Salt Lick last F on business tiMLick last Wednesday onbusineuC We had a nice of rain ast Thursday It was badly need ed Jim Thomas and wife went to Salt Lick last Friday to see a pby tician Sam Jackson of Owingsville was here last Tuesday selling mow- Ing machines Oscar Williionu daughter of Washington Pa arrived here last Wednesday to visit her father A clsan McKinney and wife hoCoi tOsMrs Ahceirrastrong who has been sick for fahie time went to the hospitalnSltLIuk Jut Fri day U bff treatfC Her husband accAn nieiL her G R Keller iittt etvWnluhoHSO i at week oikl1eie on J f JI Hiis pumpi ng- ixs yeiia J S ieuJ5d with the way the well otu r inplng r John W McKinney went to Safe Lickiaat Tuesday to buy some fur nituref John has bad an ell ant Trert dalbtiilt to his house weal P erboajtcted rooms celled audo ae l1ai tI rie a The iiiiralOU Co drilled in 6 well lest Thursday report iJaeb well on the lease J4 4 Cla i manager said the II1 filleaHip with 170 feet bf oil in twelve isilo eytilesfarm Salt Lick M P Morris and wife visited Ed Miller and wife at Yale Sunday The strawberry supper ut the M E Church was u very successful affair Mrs Luther Dickerson purchased of Boone North a cow and calf for 15- Mils Marian Walkenshaw of ionHuntingtonparent bore EnNrsoemJaupin wr in Owingevi lie shopping Wednesday Mrs WB YoumanB of Mt Sterling visited her husband a couple of days this week Prof Ramey wife and children of Catlettsburg came Saturday to visit the formers father Rev J H Ramey Mrs Charlie Clayton and Mrs WednedayI ingavilleSChildrens day at M E Church will be celebrated the fifth Punday in this month A nice time is look ed forward to Mr Atcbison of New Orleans is the guestof his relative C W Clay j ton Mrs Lou Ragland 111ao company him home Misses Eya and Nellie Walk Oi shaW and Callie Sisson went to Morehead Friday to attend the school commencement Albert Jmerpof Springfield O passed through here last week IconBates and family at Scranton ThoJBpaneGlaWb fete will b- lJven on the lawn in front of tho- M Coy house occupied by Messrs Morris Staggs this Wednesday eve Everybody invited Rev Childers formerly of I place an interesting ser mon Monday night at the M E Church on his way hone from a tarisit to his daughter Mrs John Al ejhmderrat Yale f 1 3f T r tJ r S J t 1 i 0 SA lt 7 t 1 J t OlymPia MM Lizzie Page went to Suit Lick shopping Friday Mr and Mrs D R Bishop went Louisville T 1Davtdvisited W B Swans and wife one day lust week Willie Swetnam of Mt Sterlinj visited tho family of Robert Swet nam several days last week The family of Tom Montjoy have moved back to Olympia after a y of two months at L E Junction Dr Ambrose Jones and wife of Odessa were called here Sunday by death of his sister Mrs Bob Swetnam Friends please remember that der Tinsley will hold services here Saturday night Juno 6th AlCo should attend Richard Costigan Sid Warren and Algin Clark attended their lodge in Owingaville Monday night acSOcompaniedMrs Warren who went shopping anOnwith all the beautiful roses bloom g and the sun shining so bright er the green trees as if it Would day forever i while the birds re singing so sweetly the death angel visited the home of Mr Rob t Swetnam and took from him his loving wife Death is sad but is is very sad that she should be from the home in which she s so badly needed But we should look to Jesus who knoweth SheIone six years the other three as well as a devoted husband broth ers and sisters to mourn their loss t tB Sh thestruggle just as quietly as a child going to sleep she fell asleep in Christ oCrooksEd Palmer of was wrefrwifeMr and Mrs J O Wood were at t Sterling SaturdaydMrs S V Johnson visited rela nes at Stepstone Friday J T Hovermale was jn Meoifee o Saturday und Sunday Miss Lillie Johnson is visiting relatives at Salt Lick this week Several from here attended- cburcbat Kendalls Springs Sunday Tadge Gilbert of Farmers was was here on business one day last week Will Nixon wife and two little daughters of Salt Lick visited reo J tives here Saturday und Sunday filr and Mrs T L Newman of Tiptop 13ajdin Co Ky Mr and Mrs CrAven of Montgom ry Co Mr and Mrs Ed Grubbs of Mt Sterling all visited the fatn ily oG R Armstrong last week f Died May 18th of cancer of the strtaiach Mrs Harry Satterfield aged 65 years She was buriedat Bethel May 19th She leaves a hitebnnd and five sane tomotirn ibeirlosB HeronlydaughterM rs Mart Jackson died a few yours ago fhe tanttofbSfa tiVe Iu path ofthe entire community Mre Satterfield was a kind good wotfan always had a smile anda good word for everybody Jesus while our hearts are bleeding Oertlrespoilsthatdeath hath won at this solemn meeting Calmly say ThywIII de done Though cast we are not for saken ailllctednolalonet taken JIleased Lord Thy will be done SKnobWhad a little shower Wednes dav f tokianse be Coleman Razor will teach our fall school Meadows will be short owing to drywcatherS The apples are falling off from some cause Alexander Maze sold a pair ot cattle for 125 Farmers areata standstill on account of camS p tplante4jiime The new firm of Shroak thghl is Maze is doing a lair busiaMS Jit this time t ughethe ore company j r Mrs Amberguys little efcild who had been sick with a compilation of diseases died Friday aid WMV taken to near Mor head Tor blU T Saturday From the number of people wji passed here hilarious Sunday ef ing ktn must eiriYing d Sunday Irnde lather drinks We have a man hero who is for tyone years old who has never taken a drink of spirits who has never been sworn nor has never testified in any suitv There is not much developments in theiOil field in the last fuw days There have been some new leases taken and the York will begin soon if there Ii enough territory secured Those who have land to lease are not willing to lease unless there is some assurance that work will commence at once and continue ifoil is found There is not a doubt but there is plenty of oil and that of a good quality There Is only ItsaDdtbatThere is some exciteunV concerning soc wild animas running at large There are three of them so sqj4 A numbef of persona have i i flr SS 1 JII r P r4 rT4 1r ftit 2 ftl plr f i l 2l i FtE tc f f F b DONT WAIT LONGER f My stock neededa second supply and I picked up soma bsr o gums lastweek so I can sell them at less than ueual whofeBSKr costS Jf ns Suits Serge and Worsted now go for ff t iancy50eShirtsII 34e b Leather BeltsI II 25f i Fancy Suits UnderwearII II fje t Balbriggan Umlerahirts II II 8fe i Shoes for everybody all kinds lowest ptlcor Hnlsr Straws Manilla Fur and Wool at lowest prices Everything in Dry 4 4 Goods and Notions All I want is for you to cnz and eel I never miss a customer if I have what you want Dont CadJto give me a call pv 1 fb JAMES GILLON OWINGSVILLE KY i If you want a fast horsethen breed to Trotter hatslre SDetl Or F CLAY 4766 Race 21 Recor i By the Records Kent ckIs Greatest Sire of Extreme SpeedJ5slaEoF A- Dnnor2t 8 ClayboumnetIhi 1 leridgelI03f ClingI1M tChloral Leola 5jfiBlXi1 1 The ot RoMack2083ISlIverPrinoe208EmmaM2O9Keee Sire of the damsoIDrJtIonfcall OLaJyAlIrIglit2lOJoeRhiear etc PRANO dam of C F with loin the list ties Boantitul BelieSthe Worlds Champion Brood Mare l For descriptive circular x C FtflrTiee MillersburgDOtutibu Ky 1 terms address U SI r ae h weseen by Milton Carpenter One crossed the lies Mill road near the V old tollhouse and waseeen by Bob Collivor5 rhe duorI1o of them is that two are brown and have abort stubby jjtiia while the otherI is speckled around the head has large eyes and very long tail There are some parties looking for them J Stoops The wheat crop here will be very short here NoisLE Grigff8of Lexington was here Iast weekNpAlbert S is able to be NoutBy the 10th of June our farmers ill be through planting corn Jas Gregory was the guest of iends near Slmrpsburg Saturday There will be prayermeeting payCastles in the air are easily built but they are more easily blown away Mrs Frances Hamilton of Prick ly Ash was the guest of friends tore last week Alex Jackson movedoff the S tprsfamm onto NB Youngs farm Monday There is talk of a cucumber trust being formed i now wouldtvt that be a pretty pickle J U Gillaspie and wife were guests of Tho Fogg and family nt Mt Sterling Sunday Vhilo this cQuntry has u full set of olllciiil nevertheless gossiper a are the uellJ rulerri- rrthIn aunt Ms Niuirod Byrd Jr1 IO insterlingerspn and wife Sunday 1I1J1erMcCIainand Ealy RnbeiU lOll visited the latters lIIcl wReraondlSf Leonard JRobersbri write from Carltnville t III that he is wall s d with the country and wit stny there to Will Cloy wife and eaCIdbwelloI Mt Sterling iofBFicTges Saturday and Sunday 4n Eastera verse wiiteruayrtiIs greatest poems are never etfto words We could stand that how ever if aIotofthe other kinrLwei not set to words Seeking a nomination as between two evila second admiaistcatfon pf Theodore Roosevelt would be more successful than atblrdad ministration of Grover Cleveland Several oudarmerehavosigrr tbep names to the Tobacco Grow ers Association pledge Here S b jplng you will but the tobacco trwt boyt for the trust has long agoTb listed you judgelwbo were to decide andawar l the prize to the farmer h balIbebet polished clods a thirpreeiReti failed to make do ell lI w do see how the I eoliM fave ade a decision organizedIKi ick was selected for Superin ienkaIH C Ficklin Secretary and AlbertS bridges Treasurer SuMajTrBctooI jV rjr Sunday af ter iiooB at 3 O lock ae5 FauIkdiodat tbt4j me tisajsteriinlaw Mrs jPpwtll HaJli BMr JFndy Saturday Ma y 33Ilwii odSprI8g I g 1 Dee fo 5JIveid sul any1fclene iuhi 0 bir orhlll nUl1ey daih lcOSJ JONES LiVery Fe dSale Stable OWINcSV1LLE KYsHeadquarters for horse and tntle bll1 twlthPrestoni SPRIN f IKK 1903 B s rass Nurseries 1 Fruit and ornamental trees grape1 vinmahl fruits apparagU8rh S bor ond everything for orcharfi law andgardn Strawberry i general catalogue on request Bptfa phones 4 HrH lenmyer Son ONJ KY X VBSCRIB N9W- T M fJ tj Z7 i iT t t sr 2 S GIJDGELL 1 ATTYATLAWS tfOffice with R Qodgell Botf 1 C i StI KY k r 0 RAILWAYJt tDallucept8dnc1ay All otUeri dally Trains 23 and 23 carry Dining ctii lervla E tMcnls aIacarte ii r TIMECARD EFFECTIVE JULY to It i TUCK Or TBAIK8 AT F8K8TOK BTAT JI zsTnoUZCD Gt51IpI 27 154OZpw NO 21lOO6 pm twzwrnOiien to 6ilam2I ifNov ft 1 IFOR SALE TO11 responsible and pa thing arty I will sell cither the whale or S 4 interest in my threshing outfit consisting of tenhorsGurfScott dr Co traction st rbuild and Avery 28x48 wind stark Jter and a UubVr 28x42 prpnralnr all in No 1 splendid good condition For terms apply toS I J W WJLLElOYpGrange CityFleming Co Ky 1 Receivers Sale Bath Cirouit Court Kentucky WC Ju kson Exr of M P Onillnn Plaintiff ocIinwt Equity r Thim J Junes f Defendant By virtup of a judgment ant or der of Ciiiiii the I3ntb Quput Court rendrrrd nt the May term thereof 1103 in the al ove cumeI halI proceed to nfftT for mdc lu wingaville Hath Co Ky tOli ighesi bhIdra pitbtro nueti n THURSDAY MAY 28th 1303 upon a creditor four months the following described property to it 8 head of horses 2 jack 5 seteofdoubTe rTaraeBa 8 sets of single names 0 buggicO sprint or drummer wagon I rimmbuH f wagna2 doubleseated surrey 1 brert For tIre purchase prior toe purchasers with approved se- unity v OR securitu v must execute ond bearing legal interest from hedayfsaleUniipaidahdhani menu Bidders will be prepared to t comply promptly with these terms SETH BOTTS Receiver Public Notice Bath Cotlnty Fiscal Count Special iTerm Dee 29 tb 19OSIt is ordered by the Fiscal Court of Bath county that the Judge of this Court and Bath County give notice that all persons feeding sleek on any of the turnpike roads fil Bath county which are owned bySsaid county will for each offence be prosecuted as the law prohibit ing such offences directs And the commissioners of the road distra V are to report all offences of this kind in their respeotivu districts to the County Attorney who shall fprocure warrants for each offender and prosecute such offenders as the law directs It is further ordered that all land j holders owning or In any way gov erning land lying and adjacent to 3bymonths from the 1st nay una uaryj vo remove or chose to be TeBi6yed all fencing wherein same L it aji BBeroachraent upon the right f fay of said turnpike roads ex I cept where the same has been erect ed by Consent of governing anthor ity previous to the ownership by iatli county And oil persons fail JBK or refusing to obey this order within the tirno herein specified shall by the turnpike commisnionSera of each turnpike district of Bath county be reported to heAt orcey for Bath county who shall afifi cfa information proceed as the Ikw3itor ts ib have ueh nbstrucj tiB sTe 0Tedand the parties pros JHtedor ame ito A DATJGHERTY JB FG ymttest3TClerk RyTJleisDC r jr jBD AiTBBgberty Presiding ti4geof vSh Bath County Fiscal Caart IB pursuance bt he zibotaIboVdqlr pT said Coart do heretiygivT lWiLIC OTICE to Bath county1 who baveor who may viofare filler of the above snidor dersthaL they from this date de sist from these ofFcnseqand comply with the requirements aboTO st te4 this Jan l8t1903 jo A PAUGOB tT J WV v 4 bI j