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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 4 r IaJ I J r 7II 0 ao v 1 rjirrt q 4tl I i r Ii r J+ 1 t i tr 4t f i t j ci J IJC i rffS w I tr 4 I J 7 1hE tuingtiiLr U l i 00 b i I i k1 VOL XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 25 903 NO 50 s pricesBestuuilHamburgstens Fancy Shirts worth roc at 30o Mens Fur Hats late style from 40o to 125 Mens blue and black Worsted Suits f100 priceSthan anyone Mens Suspenders Ties Shirts and Collars at lowest prices Aftor coming several miles to town you ought to take tho trouble to look round and spend your money whore the greatest bargains are offered No store in Ivy can sell you goods cheaper than I can as my expenses arc the smallest My long experience onablea mo to buy cheaper NcnlsVer =j4 f r i 57 f When you have n news Item or wish to communi cato with THE OUTLOOK office by phono ring up 7 t1 Harvesting oil binder twine E L A T BYRON 4 Picnic at A D Rawlings woods at Grago City July Fourth St r I Showers Monday helpe someI tJ what but a soaking rala Is Screen doors and windows made to order BYRON BROS iLyheavy averaging 90 to 100 pounds Janet Gillon has sold his store 4 house to Thorns S tihroutrr2 000 Clover is generally fine where spIis almost a failureI ti FOB SALE 7yrold Jersey cow fresh good milker Mus W AT PETERS r TTl MOST BATS OUR MONET BO 0 4 please call and settle f S SLESSER Try the celebrated Wonder 5 Minute freezers all sizes from one Mvq n Sam Lathram and George A Peed said ninetyfour ewes to Jo Turley at 4 per heads to go July lTith 1 4r Dont tall to get ono of thoce HANDHADE Little Blue I L IgraiR cradles at Byron Hardware Mo y The Christian Church protract ed meeting continues with unabat i ed interest Prof Cappa singing nightly The 3monthsold child ot Mr Anderson who married B F Snell t ings daughter died at Sherburao Meaday O W Honaker protected Tan OUTLOOK with a bottle of gOO5UI bcrrUs that are the largest und cip fust evero n IIhb club splinter puller will jp WyoIngehty a e tnotiame size Friday i t Lambs are being gathered up upaTbe shippers can make a fair profit at present prices t il I Tha kid baveballists are mighty gay in their new uniforms The i bugdusts have light blue and the j cVnlinterpullers scarletofBuggy harness in handBade and factory iargeIioOoee pri 1eeesdueters whips and fly netschBTRON BROS The saost of the wheat has been r out Soeae were hattened by rust r vjIr 4erop1i1 Fifteen took the examination t Friday and Saturday for public 7p school tea bers certificates and pne yGuagcia for admission to it the State A M College UIthrket20 f2580 rubber tires i 15 to 122 per6et Buggy repairiog and painting a ppeclalty 1k OSCABJPALICEB 1Jqueenswara and Beet a before buyf jtIfEL A T ByRoN CABB or TBAJfQI desire to tbaak the friends and neighbors 4 for their fciodsiess in the last sick C z new of my dear sister Mrs WtElM e Steele Mal WM BaRDy JUMBo Hupard for leromcial stenographer of the Circuit Court ja this district was married SSAtHi Sterling Sunday to Hr I Chester Thomas Finley of St Louis sq t 1ttiII have plenty of rubber s tired aad ail ot new buggies t fi aad HeeelhaHd ne8 also a good lf bu4deeirtfor 2250 Come and IttlCshnr credit I 483 T BSHBOOT SALE Oil July 13th 1808 Coun 4 et ty Coart day I will sellat public InIOwlBgsville the brick residence I ofgrollndofthplatj LHCoJNEaw i llr D Frill Auctioneer I rI FurnisbibgB Prompt equipaieRts and modern service s alMvsUaIeria flrstblass furniture ol all deMriptlons Call and see I ztJ fMi J L HESS Funeral Director and Estealmer gIrest No 36GA It on Monday iuly 13ihCOunty Court al the Courthouse In Owingsvilie highest bidder thYprivil geVof the grounds of thef riiuioe U be held this year 5t 7 SAueCoandpr i Jrl ir F IfZ0 f 1A JtJl tri tf PI t 1 ec t1 ts XI f jr le r t bl AtfrL jYJ 1 t r A or t Fr UaUr u I p r Q d PERSONAL Will Evans of Sharpsburg w hero Saturday Mrs T W Ewing returned Satu day from n visit Ollie Knight of Shnrpsburg w in town Monday Oscar Palmer is down sick thrcat ened with pneumonia J1I Kichart has been in George town this week on business Emil Petors of Georgetown cai up Sunday returning Monday A Hoffman and YoC Hoffman of Mt Sterling were in town Satu r day Miss Reynolds of Flem ingsburg IB u guest of Miss Lottie Atclilson S J Fearing of TeSftwsoi Ala joined his family SaturAayat Mrs Mary ConnersthMrs Sarah Gray loft Friday to end about ton days with friends in beiniug countyalMrs A Peed and chiildrirvisited relatives in Mt day and Saturday Robert Kixon waaVln Frankforl Wednesday and Thursday of last weekon business J Miss Templeman of Moore field was a guest of Miss Lottie Atchison last week ca Emeiss Mary ConnerIGeorge MO- a r uan county cauio down Saturday c a visit to his old home- Df N Young returned Thursday night from attendance at tho State meeting of Elks at LexingtonV Btealingents Elder and Mrs JJ II Rosa Misses Mary Miller Colemati and Corlnue Kirkputrick of Mt btorllng arc visiting Mres Mary John D Young of Flat Creek left Monday for Cincinnati to consult a physician for medical treatment James Crooks of Peeled O after a stlt ofsevaral woks at OJtw town CareturnedMrs L AKnnx end littlo sin of SnIt r ick arts vi ltingth formers elsterinlnw Mrs NannleStepHensy Little Ward nud LouIse McAhIsoMnof LexinntUi euno thuir grandmother Mrs Lou Fratr yJAtnrj rolia SliHrp of Shar slnirff1 wI9tMl4VItAI MuoRIlilt last b1 Jim WJU Atchison wli butt fo SuitTfckNew Orleans Mr Wm E Rldhards and son James Morrow of Georgetown ar IMrsMlsso8FFthiBr and Bert Taulboe Mayavlllc came Monday to visit Dr and Mrs J H Taulbee and to attend tho dance IlaesterWDnrnesMr and Mrs J L Tenipleman of near Wyoming came up Friday to sit relatives Mrs T remained tIl Sunday afternoon C A Scott of Virginia was here Saturday and Sunday looking fer la BlgSandyExtension laborrsfero MrandMriw ere guests of Mrs Elva Catlett the past also Mrs JoshuaOwings EwingofNat A Peters after a visit to friends and relatives left Tuesday hasnhimlookhig ColColoradnY Aorklog his vacation with Mr J S C tiravthg gone from Somerset severMears ago la ingJoseph Hopkins of Little Rook Bourbon county were guests of Mr nod Mrs Henry Hopkins for the CHagermnn r guest Monday night and Tuesdayf1 LiMrMislesSallieCohen Messrs Ellis Byron Eugene and Charlie Brother will Arnold JoeConneratt W F Mark George Dawson Mr and Mrs M D Fans and Mr alympianFriday night SUMMKRRESOBT WEATnERThe eather continues delightfully coolc yallerdaysor later so folks had better enjoyt the summerresort weather while they cnn v Ili 1 WRECKED TRAIN The C fe O t westliound passenger train No 21 a was thrown off the track near KM t ore early Friday morning by a pouch thrown off the train t bounding back under the wheels of the smoking car The day coach and sleeper turned over n fifteen f embankment injuring sc snlj persons one lady severely TI t s that reaches Preston a- t648am J skJ c 1 7TiiE SPINSTERS RIiTuRNA finer audience never assembled in Owingsvillo than that 1t the Courthouse Saturday night to greet the old maids and exold maids com SinglemessltiS the Klondike Must of this bunch of brilliant American beauties had been more or less successful in tbe chase having captured a man be meIt u rollicking Paddy a Hans Bratwurst u cowpunchor an Injun or what not The society tie that form erly bound them still holds ni they meet to report their expori once same in rhyme some in rea su dinan unconsciously humorous flavor th hataudience The married related eir joys and miseries especially the latter while the unmarried ex ressed their unalterable deterinin ien to remain soas long as they were unasked rho programme wai as follows IItpu tAt B 5 apMuleACT KIU8T ScenuConvmUon Hull flAOdressChorus by tho Convention Holl Call by Secretary Entertainment by Tiny Short Van Tasgi and Family Reports ol Various Committees Ma Io by Klondike Orchestra Experience Meeting by tbe Convention chJlypaotlcCURTAIN Vocal Solo by Prof Cnppa ocal Solo by ilti It U C ldwellTheao I sip or tleTowncaACT The Snlllo AIrlIl of the Convention Under Hypnotio Influence Good NlhtenhiCASTJosopUno Jnno Green Bolforno President Mrs AM Crooks Prltclllu Abigail hedge Secretary MrsWfl cCalamitywetiiaIlleFai ts Tlnt 8fvor Hubecca Rachel Sharpe Highflyer Emily DrutberIry Ann Kruddlur Malaprop Anna PutersC Patience Dvslra Mann Counteas Kctciium Mary Confer VloUt Ann Ruggles Mattlo Wo 1la aclaritytI j IIttrllsba MnlhhlIr Ignd Lillian Dougherty Juliet Long Laundostndt MrsVKPendleton e Betay Bobbeit Ellen Bolts Cleopatra Relic Brown Hopklnson notlIJanoinda Bluegrass Afraldofhisfaco Mrs DT Hopkins Frances Toucbruonot 8OFlorencemembarMry Qudgell nner BlggerstatT Blooum MrsKV Fratraan onYoungS IlUllceGudgellProt1 Eugene Brother IUs Assistant a maElderTi recnySamanthaAlice Miller Betsy AnuMoTabrout bo cjjsIsaacEnc Brother lehoaaphatient Fonclleton ou Wtrin hinchanging some so that they were with difficulty at fits recognizable The costumes were of old aii ram 0bo vintages Nearly all players were ha transformed from fair young at maidens and matrons to firm and precise women of very uncertain seventyAlleo the Aimeilled by Mr R M Caldwell of Ch who its te whng twice a day part of the time r Caldwell in au of vitheof the players On his part he proved that he understood his busi ess a f thsticaIs Some years ago lie direct ed the presentation here of The Old Maids Convention by localc talent e Mr Nelson Weerlon an accomfln plashed young musician of Plemjal in thndsoat1 t played the accompaniment to the vocalists and did it admirably Tile burden of the play Josephine Jane Green SolCernoel resIdent danetlya Stage presence that did reerPriecilla Abigail Secre or oratyfilled chiuctbonqualifications as an amateur IA thTinym other of a family of eight terrible children occupied seat at the ta b releary in the center of the stage a0 u vaB duty occupied in showing off the splendid accomplishments as i 1 w Coellh Laerperfection These blossoms occu p ied w Crared Shoingbenefit ra 5tongedbackuf tho stage each turn arising and in comic manI nor saying her speech It was very funny the audience testifying its applausellio popularitoy accordeons french harps a fide horsefiddles and other instru mcnts with moro enthusiasm than armony Their Under Jthe Barn boo Tree has probably put the q sungButjust tho Batuo The doll song of Peggy Maria and Betsy Ann two Van Tassoll children was n sungSophiaplause with her rocitalin8pired tho Muses The llt of Hus SliarpeighflyorSue excellently and in her best HudgeIIsang Was a Rose bud with Frances Tiichm Jerusha Matilda Sprigging theTBetsy Bobbett joining in orus Prof Cuppad nolos were profassionlilAfter hilfirst song ha was re lled and gave a medley including n song to the air of the Star Spangled Biurtior Dixie and Old Kentucky Homo The audi appilludclihimdtciediJit with his Gossip of the Town giving several puirn of swefttheurts fnwere elsowbero Mr Cald well IIHS a tindid voice arid sings like pro ssional He was warmlyapplaud ec gavederkyin the ne No prt of the- tortitinmcntei ittuore orJoyer1 = lhun Mr tdwfwf rrSrernst set ra i aioaun hit will Elder Pondleton with uaeOeilee aridqueminded one of Huck Finns asso inte The Duke of Bddgswaterclas Noae of the bul ers hada part of sufficient prowl ice to be singled out for special f men tion but Illdid well and earnecy Will the thanks of time Ladies So suit ciety for their painitaking effort ungrudgingly exerted in the So tys behalf I him performance fist ingaisfactoryEveryseat in the house and some off extra chairs wero occupied and wero ny had to stand up The door eipts were 6810 Aftoroxpen week sea were paid there were 5385 to fine Btyandssoudym V BOUGHT HARDWARE STonEOi front car Donaldson of Elizabeth Bour town a county has bought out the imigGeorgetown business He is a steady youn on man and promises to make a good businessman turo elaiCARDingristianearnest and hearty thanks to all T 40heparcesLADIES AID SOCIETY burELOPnpItat Miss Elizabeth Barbee dauglion r of A BI Barbee one of tlii to promlnspt good Citizens of 3T hieopedby of Paris to Ashland wasdder at AsClnnd It is said tho nou oneei evere22HenryIlRugbey oping couple from BethelKyh ycaterdnyChief of Police Rye who haJ ceiveil a telegrnm from the fath A B Barbell a wealthy farmer edning the arrest The girl was taken to a lintel in tsrge of polIeeen white the oung man was held by the Chielnt the hotel the girl ou itbe back way and crossed the searchingCor sorno wereJy rOIOuV Jiicrv A g tf J l Hacket8torOur Wecan save you money on anything you purchase clothesHereBottle Blueing pint 5c 3 Pt Tin Cups 50 unterpanes S 75 SOc rge Spoons Sc Tin Pie Puns 2cChamois Skins 8c 80Shoed Curlers d075clitn Chains lOc rset Covers 25 15o LIirrors2515c CASH PAID FOR EGGS WaHEFLIN Owingsvilie Kentucky SELL IN G nuTS I O QUIT BUSINESSFrom this date 24 I will entire stock qf goods AT COST FORCAStlIMy consists of Lawns Dimities White Goods CaIieosCot tons Hosiery Corsets Underwear And many other things too numerous to mention COME EARLY AND GET BARGAINS MRS D S ESTILLI= =i J Tolgrowing cnti ratty iictt npvihle ought to tter hereli cstnMish a gritted schonit Thnt and the electric rl d would the old town up irj this enr s edj TIIET FuuaurAt Preston Sot urday Robert Shackelford and Jim iamson had a fight as time rew of an old grudeShiackeItord grazinghisa number of times with Imif THK HOITho hop by the Ow j vihle Dancing Club at the Som- y Tuesday night didnt conic until alter THE OCTIOOK formsM made tip so a report was necessarily deferred until next It promises to be a very I affair BALL FEVER Both whites blacks have the baseball fever tho thud of the ball ngains padded glove is a commod nd on the streets as balls are g passed The Owingaville colored club beat tho club hailing the colored suburb of Harry 11 to 8 Sunday afternoon Fridayhtcher Crouchs barn at his home Minks Run caught fire and was burned down It was a largo struc His corn crib and some ken coops near by were also ned He lost besides the builds 200 dozen outs three hogsa wagon pome plows 200 chickens leaving him only six bone and barrels of corn He and his ily remained sound asleep until ties who saw the fire from a dia upProbablyned too but for the assistance t came Ho had 600 insurance the barn His loss is difficult estimate m OLYMPIAN SPRINGS HOP opening dance at the Olympian ings Friday night June 19th a brithIarmsocial event proi nced by our Otrtngsville people of the very nicest dances they r j JSaxtons Orchestra of five instrn ments of Lexington furnished ite playjlting hundred peoplo in the roon d as manymore on the grounds e visitors were from all the ad ining towns and wore a strikin cpmpuny the ladies in their hands gowns and jewels and the gentlemen becomingly gallant Supper was announced just be e midnight and was a very su tion spread i 4it li Preserving lcettiori non 10353025c Granite Dihm Pans 84 74 60 33c Nice Summer Parasols 08 70 49o ScScythe 25cMensMens fine Straw Hats 12c Crash yd 9 764cIcecrm Frzs guaranteed 130 up June sell MILLINERYDEESS Etc stock attended jj CODRTHODSE IMPROVEMENTS CiiMtower Iiingfrom the roof made a racket unus ual for Owingevillecc I IItbepronounced The great bell and the clock with a sixfoot dial will filllon feJtWAftS ft POLICE COURT lTEyhg Stew =olaims1ondayStovrnrt was working on adjoining p remises Nathan thoughtho was random and while down juicing wont with her Marshal Power who undo p MiSenedI bsmCIn Judge Pattersons Court was i l1agdays in jail on the charge of carry a ing concealed wcnponsNa1inn1itiowas fined with ing Mag and company aroundand was warned to stop it under 100 penalty here the Boaar SUES T S Shrout sold only o qursince June South 13thhrpSalt Situ Arrasmithifold J L W SnedegartoPreat DCIC1hUJOwingsville James StonebrinE H Leslie Shrout town Dr J H TuulbclendH S Lowroy Yule precinct J R Alfrey- Sharpsburg Will Burns at Wyoming precinct 30 Charley Vaulundingham the I grhiomaraveling Showman 1 buggy app 3fJune 14th at 5 oclock p m at the home of her sister Mrs Wm Tranyuar of her uge Sic had been a sufferer with kiiiy trouble for several months Itit as down only TritK a few dayp till th Ls tiled her home She bore lirr milloringfl No2G with patience and v fcl uo family goingand three childnr two boys and No5 No one girl lathe ituther and three No sisteritto mourn t sir loss I wouldOsay Weep r dear ones as without hOn the sleepFrom toforweep Ken it SA FRIEND f t k A J Ji no SADLES HARNESS Why buy a shoddy socnlkil handmade or riiachindhiada Saddle or Harness when you can get strictly firstclass goods made right hero nt home and mantle outof the best oaktanned leather and by men that only make firstclass work b Our KENTUCKY SPRING SAOOlEf Is tho easiest and easiestrldin aiid most durable saddle jado i1If you try ono set of our handmade buggy harness you will jalways use them I have time best line of saddlery goods in this 1part of tho State I am Yours for best saddles and harness 0 EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KY1 y SAME P1 AJCH1SON1 i FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBHCCOGIGHHSC i BUY URi SEALSBOESt FOR MEN WOHEN and CHILDREN MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U S AI WITH SOLESthbestwearing For Oscar Chandler Owingsville sale by Kentucky Best GaoQs For Least Money Is what you want Come and see if I havent s got them I have just received a dew and com plete line of CLOTHING SHOESc I know I amiK offering the best clothing anff theStateand see for yourself NN c Men and boys when you ifeed a suit of clothes como and prIce mIne I know I can give you same suits for lesslhon ey titan anybody Mens Suits 1175 to 7 30 See our Mens S3 Suhs Childrens Suits SOc to 210 Ladies Shippers 3fc to L7Q Ifh4lII iOO flSf Mens Linen Suits 120 4 Ladies genuine viol kid Shoes 05b Mens regular Isuits underwear for 70c I CASH PAID FOR EGGS One door abQV Oscar Chandler O ff ce J 1c v Joo NEW OWIHQS HOUSE Tho Now Owings House under the manage of Mr J S C Carpenter is rgoinga thorough renovation Carpenter prior to coming here on the road for fifteen yoara ie purposes making his hotel homo for traveling man a place im to spend Sunday In ad n to this ho has already so- curecIn number of people from a distance to spend July and August Mr Carpenter believes that harms of a residence here have to be known to those seeking iet restful place in a salubri climate among a cultured and itab people where rates are erat and the attractions man to make time town of Owings a popular place for the tourist spend a fev weeks or months of year The business men and ens of Owingsville should use influence Bud support to an rprise which is calculated to g this class of visitors to bur and we trust Mr Carpenters avora will meet with groat success KENTUCKY CIIAUTAOQOA The Serenteenth Annual Session of the Kentucky Chnutnuqua will beheld Woodland Park LexingtonJunoi to July 10 best programs ever offered will iven Time detailed program be mailed to any address upon icatinrT Charles Scott Business Manager Lexington Ky t- fIO RAILWAY Dally except Sunday All others dally II22oud SJcnrry Dining car erlauiacarte T1MBCAHD KKFECTIVK JULY 27 1802 OF TRAINS AT TRKSTON STATION KA3TI1OUNT HiMnm 1219 pir lO03 pnv nIITnQXD 8Iln314 pm 23tIJ3p m LD HICKORY strength for weak comfort for the strong pleasant and harmless invigoration both Rich and mellow Old tucky whifiky Sold by S P Atchison j lli it U 1 Pubiic Notice Bath SpecialTerm It is ordered by the Fiscal Court of Bath county that tho Judge of this Court and Bath County gIVe notice that all persons feeding stock on any of the turnpike roads of Buth county which are owned by said county will for each offence ho prosecuted as the law prohibit i ing such offences directs And the V commissioners of the road districts bare to report all offences of this 4 kind in their respective districts ti the County Attorney who phalli procure warrants for such offender Iand prosecute such offenders as the tlaw directs It is further ordered that all land holders owning or in any way guy erning land lying and adjacent to rany of the turnpike roads owned by Bath county must within 12 2 months from the 1st uuy VI uah uury IflOS remove or causo tobe v J removed nil fencing wherein sanie Iis nn eiuTuaehinent upon time right of WilY of stud iiirnDiko roads ex chit where the Ill lilt hits been ereCt cI by consent of governing author luevlOUS ttthO ownership r f Buth county Ajid nil persons fail r r ing or refusing to hey title tinder Vtwithin tho time bvgn Bpccifiedf tshall by the turnpike commist ion Tooors of each turnpike district of j Hath county bo reported to the At rtorney for Bath county who shall v on such information proceed as ther tlaw directs to have such nlistruc Jf j i tions removed and the parties pms ft i ccutod for same JNO DAUGHEBTT JBF Gfj 0 t A copy attest jHBy 4 1 3TF t Flscii 2order fUnth violate either of the above said or ders that they from this elate de = 14 c slst from these olTcnse and complf J ttwith the requirements above stated t4 ThisJan Jan 1903i I J t i 8 1 4t t Ji t c c r 1 ti tiltj 4 cr 4 Jp 0 I t1i lisS t J t iV 4 t l OWiNGSVILLE OUTLOOK 4jOLTLOOIC PUB COb Publishers j k 1 OUrm3VILLE1 KENTUCKY t ii 1f THE SUN COMES PEEPIN THRO 1 How I love thfcar old haymow hayAnd4 1 plsyAndt mote Sometimes yellow sometimes Mue k Hurrying out the little knot hole r Where the sun cornea pccpln through 4 munchingIn5 And to see the calves a romping baliWith a willow switch or shot And watch her through the knot hole Where the sun comes pecpln through f 5S n to tread the horseless thrasher- turn the fanning mill climb up to the pigeon nesla tThe sit there awful still spy the folks upon tho porch wish they only knew run to watch them through the knot hole the sun comes pecpln through rWhereI wish I coutd live over J Those scenes which come to me Through the long and winding alley- Of my clouded memory I And hear the voice of dear mother- t With a tenderness so true 1r And watch her through the knot hole Where the sun comes peepln through I W A Ensard In Springfield Mass5 0 Republican I rJ II IS KIDNAPPED t MILLIONAIRES of WaD Street tiidthe Tropics cJ 7 ior By FREDERICK U ADAMS I rMt Copjrteht Let hrop Compwr AUiicburetcrrcO iS CHAPTER XXIV COSTISUED Before Chalmers could say a word t Capt Watcrs opened the door and went away It was as Capt Waters said lies tor was in a hospital A bullet had A plowed its way along the left side of his head barely missing the tem pIe The skull was slightly frac 4 1 tured and there had been a hem orrhage from the brain When con scious the patient was wildly del- iriousSat Chalmers left instructions p i4Z that everything should be done for his comfort TheI hospitalphysicians s1 gave little Chalmers secured 1 the best mcdicai talent in New Or f t leans and wired the facts to a famous New York specialist He then re joined his companions at the hotel The afternoon papers contained ac counts of the tragedy and related Captjt 4q York a conference was heM in Sid t 11tneJ Hammonds room It was the c nsensusoropinion that Capt Wa v andj It r uhroenl Sidney agreed to obtain him anil for the ot c offliwrx fSdS4 n 6n Sii any itl i x at flliCCO ic lt Waters Vi and at 3000 each for the arrested officers Air Hammond furnished acfCaptWaterspreferred to stand punishment Sid ney argued with him for a longtime lie explained that it might be months before a trial would be heldt Capt Waters finally consented to ac- ceptttV ball He went ton hotel near t the jail and Deported regularly three stj1 times a day at police headquarters f Kb argument could convince him that J this was not the right thing to do 4 Col John Mcintyre was the sole passenger on the Helen Cannody when she steamed past the forts and Zt 1out into the Gulf of Mexico In his tf big leather pocketbook was a check bearing the signature of AndrusJ Carmody The amount was entirely L satisfactory to Cot Mcintyre The homecoming of the marooned1 Y1s4se millionaires was an event never to be forgotten by those who panic I pated in or witnessed it It began at New Orleans A special train from 1Nesv York containing hundreds of el relatives and friends dashed into the Crescent city early the following p Pxkb morning Those who have followed s i the events portrayed in these pages greetireig ones y IdIn un til the principals appeared on the iethe balcony The mayor made a speech and introduced each man- n In I turn Sidney hammond received s ovation ns he stepped forward one sleeve of lug coat hung vacant at his side Nor was the greeting to r Bernard Seymour less cordial There were repented calls for Miss Car W1 r mody and when that young lady IL appeared on the arm of her father IiSI max In a remote part of the city white robed nurses hovered over a man Z whose staring eyes showed no gleam i I v of sanity Ills head was in bandages rsii as he tossed in a fever of delirium i i Among those who greeted the re turned castaways at New Orleans was Robert Van Home editor of theTlecord who arrived in New York 4if In tIme to take the specIal traIn h4 south Mr Van home did not return to New York with the happy TYS throng He brought with him three r of the most famous specialists In 4 the country and soon stood at the bedside of Walter B M stor Mr Van Home alone knew the recent history of the man who now hovered I between life and death He gave the 7j physicians the essential facts in the case 1 rf A year or more before lestorhad been injured in China While ron ducting an expedition ihto the inte IS ribrrof that country his party had been ambuscaded and In the melee r w8sknockedaelJy i SI I SwT delivered with great force by florae blunt instrument The attacking Tartars were driven off The im mediate effects of the blow were slight but several months later nee tor had a severe attack of acute traumatic meningitis from which he apparently fully recovered after long illness Later he complained to Mr Van Home flint his head troubled him He explained some strange symptoms nnd was much worried Acting on Mr Van Homes advice Hestor consulted a specialist in brain diseases He was informed that in nil probability a clot of blood from a ruptured blood vessel hnd formed and wns pressing ngalnst the brain tissue Hestor agreed to submit to an oper ation but postponed it and went on another cruise He suffered no fur ther attack and the incident was forgotten by Mr Van Home It was vividly recalled when Chalmers wired his suspicions An examination at the hospital dis closed the fact thnt the Seymour bul let had plowed its course past the point where Hestor had sustained the blow some 14 months before Without going into details of sm gory it is suthicient to say that the partiallexistence of which hind been sus pected It was successfully removed For a month Hestor hovered on theo border line and then slowly moved SidneyIlamniond nated in remaining in New Orleans recoveryHcstor expeditionInat the head of his men in that farraway Celestial empire When Iir awoke from this fantasy clothed ir his right mind he recognized SIdnej Hammond and greeted him with s pleased but mystified smiletHow came you fellow he asked as he reached out a wasted hand What are you loinsin China What is the matter witt me Ah I remember now Thai pigtailed beggar hit me on the head nut where did von come from Sid net Sidney made 1 noncommittal anaKwer anti warned Hcstor that liemust not tall or disturb himself ir any way until he regained lib strength During the period of con valescence Hestors curiosity was tor great to he denied and Sidney evolvec a Wonderful fabrication which gave a rational explanation of how Hestoi happened to be in New Orleans rather than in some cityof the flowery kingdom It was apparent Hestor did not believe or understand aliebest possible grace what was offered himThe physicians in charge of the case prepared a statement in which it was Bet forth that Mr Hestor had been suffering from n clearlyde fined attack of amnesia preceded by a period of mild dementia It possessed many remarkable features but was by no means unprecedented Do you believe his recovery a permanent one doctor asked Sidney anxiously Quien sabe replied Dr Itrown There is no reason why it should not be a permanent ont The cause is removed and Hestor is now apparently in full possession of lila fac ulties Ho is a strong healthy man and there is no taint of insanity Ii keptfromgained Iris physical strength He should tako a long ocean cruise in company with some one in whom hems complete confidence That mcnns you explaineiJtothey were unanimous in a decision to take lit legal steps against Mr limiter or against Capt Waters They were satisfied to Walt Ifcstor comtjete rccCvcry n were contt dent that he won d make honorable vn dSucquaintcd with thf One afternoon Sidney informec lies tor that the physicians hind ad vised an ocean cruise anti that he would be permitted to go on boarr the Shark in about two weeks Hestor urged that he should go tc New York nail attend to certain business affairs This was not lis tened to and was finally arranged that Hestor give Mr Hammond power of attorney to look after such matters as required attention Mr Van Home took Sidney plncc while the latter was in Jvew York All of Mr Hestors property was in interestbearing securities and these required little or no attention Mr Chalmers had not made public his suspicions concerning Hestors Wall street operations neither had any statement been made by Mr Morton or others Sidney found a record of the various transactions n a safety deposit vault lie then called on Street t 15ogers and pre sented his credentials Their book showed that Walter lIestor had a orlginullyI stock nail hind issued instructions which hail been strictly carried out The money was due from various banks trust companies commission and brokerage houses Street Rogers had decided not to force pay ments fearing to disturb the money market Mr Hammond indorsed this course and instructed them to gradually convert the credits into inter estbearing securities Thus it happened one fine Septem yachtSharkXew Orleans destined for the wa ters of the South Pacific On boon were Walter B Hestor Sidney Ham mond L Sylvester Vincent and lies nard Seymour Mr Vincent and Mr Seymour were present at Mr Ham monds invitation and Hestor was delightedwith his new acquaintances Vincent had a wonderful venture on hand which demanded his presence in southern waters and Mr Seymour proposed to gather the materials for a book which he asserted would make them all sit up nights Anon Ii the deck of the Shark with Capt Waters once more in command this narrative will leave them The later events in the lives of these characters must be relegated to some future chapters It may be said in closing that the doors of the Carmody mansion were not closed to Mr William Chalmers managing editor of the New York Record THE END1 Those Who Roost Newcome They tell me hens never lay eggs at night Did you know thatSubbubsOhl yes Strange isnt In not at all All thg hens ore roosters at night you knowPhlI adelphU Pren t iS J LOWELL STRIKE OFF About 17000 Operatives Involved and 1000000 in Wages Lost The Agents Will Take Back All tha Old Help They Have Room For and Will Make No Discrimination Lowell Mass June 22The textile council Sunday afternoon declared the- reatg strike in the Lowell mills fat an end Every union affiliated with the council was represented and the voto was unanimous Mule spinners and loom fixers werQ Included In this vote dosplte statements that they would oppose a return to work When asked for a statement Presi dent Convoy said Ve now worship at the altar of de feat but later we shall rise again and conqurrAgent William S Southworth secre tary of the agents said It will bp impossible to start the remainder of the machinery so as to employ at once all who would return- Running with an incomplete force three weeks has disturbed the bnl nce that usually exists between stock and prices In the various departments A mill may have depleted stock in certain kinds of yarn and for that reason be unable to start all of Its looms evenS if the full complement of help is able It is for the selling agents and the treasurers to decide in view of the market whether we shall attempt to un in full The strike began on March 30 and involved about 17000 operatives The mills were shut down until June the agents opened the gates and he majority of the operatives went back to work The strike has cost in about 1300000 It Is under that the agents will take back all the old help tacy have room for and will make no discrimination against the leaders of the strike move mentThe high price of cotton precluded ny hope of the success of the strik ra campaign for a ten per cent in rease OPERATORS GRIEVANCES Thy Will Air Them Before the Con dilation Board Wllkesbarrc Pa Jane 22When the conciliation board meets in this city on Thursday the operatorswill have grlevaniea to be adjusted as well s the miners and this will be a sur to many of the latter who be lieved that the coal companies had nothing to complain of The operators will take exceptions to the many petty strikes which are the cause of much inconvenience and annoyance also that the nonunion men are being in terfered with and that the coal out put is lessened by the practice of em ployes remaining at home on certain days without permission The miners Will offset this with the charge of discrimination that some of the men active in the strike have not been given work since that the award of the commission has been violated by a change in the condition of min lug at many places which does not per mit the miners to make as much now as before the strike and that the oper ators have broken old customs in the Schuylkill region by having the men work an hour longer on Saturday Among other important questions which the miners want settled will bo the reduction of yardage chock weigh men hours of labor for drivers and company hands MAJ JAMES B POND DEAD VsJDeath Was the Result ctAn Op- crajrJiyp 17 Mew York June 22MaJ James B Pond the well known manager of lec turers and singers died Sunday at his home in Jersey City as the result o an operation on June 17 in which his right leg was amputated Maj Pond who had been III for a month two weeks ago underwent a slight opera- tIon but the wound failed to heal sat isfactorily and it flnally became necessary to remove the leg It was announced at the time that the patient had withstood the shock well and that the surgeons were hopeful of his recover Severe Wind and Hail Storm Lincoln Neb June 22 Severe storms of wind and hall prevailed in the eastern and central part of Ne braska Sunday evening near Hast ings Small buildings were blown over and hall practically ruined grow lag crops In a strip two miles wido and several miles long Destructive Hall Stcrm Scdalla Mo June 22A destruc tive hall storm prevailed In this vi cinity Sunday afternoQn Stone3 of unusual size so large that they stripped orchards and ruined much corn fell No such storm has been exp rl enced In this pal t of the country in years Navy Hospital Transport Sails San Francisco June 22The navy hospital transport Solace under command of Capt Singer sailed Sunday for Guam and Manila carrying passengers a large number of enlisted men of the navy and several hundred tons of supplies Gigantic Power Project Niagara Falls N YoJune22Tho Toronto and Niagara Power Co called for bids on what will be the largest power wheel pit in the world It is 5tofeet wide cut through the solid rock Cnlef White Eagle Resigned 22WhltoISunday and conferred hs title on his son Tahgy The event was made one of great festivity In honor of the new chief 700 ponies were given away as presents Ordered to Withdraw Tne Hague June 22The Dutch representative at Belgrade has been Instructed to assume the same attitude as Great Britain toward the pro- visIonal government of Servla and withdraw Confessed to Killing Her Husband Pomeroy Wash June 22 Amanda De Lartlgue has confessed that she killed her ausband in selfdefense on the Jjlghi of September 23 1902 wIth- in ax and burled the remains in the front yard of their farm neal here where they were found recently Charged With Forgery Denver Col June 22George IJones president of the Jones Invest ment Co of thls city is under arrest here chargedvwitn forgery Thecom plaint is made y Miss Francis A His Inbotbam s j1 SIf t 1c1 li COMMITTED SUICIDE Sanford Northrop Cousin of George Gould Shot Himself St Louis June 22Sanford North rop until recently secretary and gen eral manager of the American Refrig erator Transit Co committed suicide Sunday at the home of Claude Ken nerly vice president of the Republic Railway Appliance Co where he was staying Tho decedent who was about 35 years of age leaves a widow and one child He was a cousin of George Gould and stood high in local social and financial circles About six weeks ago he resigned his positionp with the American Refrigerator it Co No cause for the deed Is known Northrop shot himself In the back of the head with a revolver and death was almost InstantaneousuClaude utes before the shooting he had been talking with Nortffrop who appearedL to be In the depths of heard the shot from the floor below and when he reached the chamber where It occurred Northrop lay on the floor dead Mr Kennedy said he knew of no reason why Northrop should have committed suicide for his busi ness prospects seemed good and his marital relations happy The body will be taken to Philadel phia Monday the home of his wifes parentscmerged the American Refrigerator Tranlst Co with the Missouri Pacific and Wabash railroads Reid Northrop was allowed to resign time presidency but Sanford was let out without that privilegedINDIAN BAPTIST CONVENTON A Resolution Adopted Excluding All Whites From Their MietingsI Hobart Okla June 2The IndianlBaptist convention which was posed entirely of Kiowa Indians has adopted a resolution excluding all whites from their meetings Missionaries working among the Indians an nounce this as a result of the timidity of the Indians In participating In re ligious exercises in the presence of the whites Lone Wolf who recently brought suit against the United States government to prevent the opening of the Kiowa reservation to settlements their chief minister and presides during the convention now in session He Is a Carlisle graduate IN COLLISION The Battleship Massachusetts Strikes and Injures a Schooner Boston June 22The battleship Massachusetts which left here Saturday afternoon for New York was In collision Saturday night 27 miles southeast by cast of Boston lightship with the schooner Martha Tt Thomas of Thomaston from Apalactilcola with lumber Capt Watts of the Thomas says the battleship struck his Echoon er a glancing blow on the starboard side tearing off the main chain plates carrying away rails and damaging some planking about the hull causing her to leak about two Inches per hour WITH A BAR OF IRON A Village Hotelkeeper Killed His For mer Barkeeper Jackson Mich June 22Whlle de- fendIng his wife and child from threats of murder at Munith a smallS place near here Sunday Braun the village hotelkeeper struck William McCrow his former barkeep er on the head with an iron bar from the effects of which the latter Jii In a few mlnutfs is ad Mr w row h d een cz hn anti W1 see- Ing revenge for dismissal some time ago No action has been taken by the sheriff although Braun says he Is willing to give himself up at once SENATOR M A HANNA Says His Ambition Does Not Lie In the Direction of the White House Cleveland 0 June 22ln an inter view Sunday Senator M A Hanna re iterated his recent statement that he was not and would not be a candidate for the vice presidency and If his nom ination was made that he would decline to accept It He said further that his ambition did not lie in the direction of the white house and that nothing could induce him to alter his decision In the matter Klshlneff Massacre Denounced London June 22A demonstration of thousands of east end Hebrews was held in Hyde Park Sunday afternoon to protest against the Klshlneff massa cre Speeches violently denouncing the Russian government were deliv ered The Pacific Cable San Francisco June 22 Within a week the last link of the commercial Pacific cable will be laid between Ban Francisco and Manila and the United States will have direct communication with time Philippine possessions The Somaliland Expedition Simla India June 22Mal Gen Charles Comyng Egerton who has been In command of the Punjaub frontier force since 1S99 has been appoint ed to the command of the Somaliland expedition force which is operating against the Mad Mullah Newspaper Man Dead Atlanta Ga June 22A H Dooley aged 63 a newspaper man who came here about a yar ago from In dianapolis Ind for his health died Sunday Mr Dooley was last engaged on the Indianapolis Journal Supreme Court Justice Hurt in Wreck San Francisco June 22At extra tin on the North Shore railroad jumped the track one mile south of Point Reyes One coach turned over Michael Kirk of San Francisco was killed Supreme Court Justice Angel lottl was hurt Insurrection In Yunnan Victoria DC June 22The steamer Athenian which reached port Sunday from the Orient brought news that the Insurrection In Yunnan is causing grave alarm The Insurgents now number 60000VTwo Drowned While Bathing Galveston Tex June 22J C Wells a drummer of New York city and J D Proctor a police officer ot Houston ventured out beyond the ropes while bathing In the surf and were drowned Both bodies were recovered Steamer R non the Rocks pswego N Y June 22 During a dense fog the steamer St Joseph of Oswego bound from Toronto to Os- wego for coal ran hard on the rock on Ford shoals three miles west ol this putt II t iJ ht f h t K M G g FROM ALL OVER THE STATE I ANNUAL REUNION Elks From All Parts of Kentucky Took Possession of Lexington 17Tuesdaywas hereVisItIng ladiesThree thousand delegates arc attend Intersperseelwith reawC P Brecklnridge was the assIstedIyBaker P Lee of this city At noon oldCasblonea nfternessing the matinee racingor heceptionclub roomstmwithLexington Ky June 18At its theKentuckyrepresenting over 4000 Elks passed resolutions which pertain to condl ions in Brcathltt county The reso lutions conclude as follows As Elks and Kentuckians we con emn crime disorder and violence of e s crimehalland citizens alike shall obey the law n spirit and In truth to the end that ts supremacy shall be established and maintained In every section of our be loved commonwealth and that the proud title of Kentuckian shall not become a term of reproach We believe that the constitution and the law as existing in Kentucky are sufficient if properly to protect life and administeredI store order and to punish on trial it is ascertained that they IfI inadequate then we demand that defects in our law be promptly reme died by legislation Hon S P Tarvln judge of the Cov Ingion district In a speech accepting the presidency of the Kentucky Elks association made the following allu sions to Brcathltt countybOur hearts go pathy to the wife and children of the murdered Marcum and we demand the spsedy punishment of all assassins resident and nonresident Breathitt county needs for the next 30 days an ironhanded czar who would clear It of vile assassins and lawbreakers If the awful conditions prevail much lon ger there and spread throughout the state Kentucky will become as lawless as Ohio The government at Washington is talking of remonstrat ing with Servla for assassination of Its king and queen In Breathitt they killed a man who was worth all the kings and queens in Christendom and gOV1ernmenpower about assassination so long 33 it Is so prevalent in our own country POUCH CAUSED A WRECK Sleeper and Ladles Coach Went a 15Fost Embankment OveI Lexington Ky June 20No passenger train westbound met with a dangerous wreck this side of Ashland The sleeper and ladles coach were turned pver an embankment 15 deathIIlln w tti IPrntendcnt Miciiicil couli not1 learn ncer ously hurt and returned i hianifr- Deputy Internal Revenue Ci ft1 C H Berrymanj of this city was ujdly bruised as were five other passengers Pullman Conductor Robinson whose home Is In Louisville had his shoul der broken The malf pouch when thrown from the moving train stiucU she depot platform and bounded hack under the train throwing the smoker off and It pulled tte other carlotr and they were turned over Must Pay the Taxes Frankfort Ky June 20ln the case of Henderson county vs Henderson Bridge Co the court of appeals prac tically decided that the bridge com pany must pay taxes for the years 1893 comIlanyng taxes for the years named was no lar to the present action because the sheriff was not the representative of the countyIFrankfort Ky June 20In the case of Maysville Gas Co vs Isaac Thomas administrator a judgment for 5000 damages for the killing of Isaac Tam as by a live electric wire was affirmed The gas company furnished the steam r1thatA live wire dangled Into the street- Gllmore Held For Murder Lexington Ky June 19Clarence Gilmore the exercise boy who shot and fatally wounded Edward Clark a Companion at the local track Monday last was formally arraigned Thursday on a charge of murder Clark having died of his wounds After a Franchise Versailles Ky June 20G W Hall of Louisville representing the CamIberland Telephone and Telegraph has made application to the city coun cil for a franchise to establish a local telephone exchange in Versailles Safe and Sound Owerisbbro Ky June IBJeseMattlngly 21 years old a wellknown cattle buyer of Owensboro Ky who was believed by his relatives to have been washed away by the great flood in St Louis was found in Madison WednesdayS Examination of Teachers Frankfort Ky June 20The state board of examiners met in the house pt representatives Friday and will con tinue In session several days conduct Ing the annual examination of appli cants for state certificates School Teacher Killed Henderson Ky June 18Miss Hat tie Wilson of Rob ards this county was killed Wednesday morning by a bicycle collision from which she re celved Internal Injuries She was a school teacher and was the daughter of Wm Wilson a well to do farmer of this county Special Judge Appointed Frankfort Ky Juna 19Gov Beck ham appointed George E Stone of Uonttcello special judge of the Pulaskl ircult court for the regular term fudge Morrow tlll too ill to preside i THE NEGROES CONVICTED A Heavy Expense Incurred In Saving Them From Lynching Maysville Ky Juno 20The stato troops left here at 430 Friday afternoon by special train over the L N for Frankfort Sheriff Robertson with the three Negro burglars and wouldbe murderers Mann Morris and Sanders accompanying the soldiers Mann and Morris were glvjen 15 years each on the two charges five for shooting and- ounding and ten for burglary They were tried Friday on the latter charge the jury giving them the limit after being out ten minutes Sanders was not tried on the charge of burglary as he was used asa wit ess against the others The Negroes ave cost the state a pretty penny as ver 100 guards have been on duty ere since Tuesday morning It Is tho eneral opinion however that an ct- templto lynch them would have been ade had the troops not been ordered ere LEE TURNER IN JAIL Two Indictments Against Him as An Accessory to Murders Pineville Ky June 19Lee Turner of Quarter House fame was landed in jail at this place Thursday even ing by officers of Jacksboro Tenn where he was arrested several days ago and held for requisition papers There are two Indictments against him in this county as an accessory be fore the fact of the murder of Deputy Sheriff Charles Cecil and of Deputy John Doyle In the battle during which Turners famous saloon was burned and a number of his partisans killed His halfbrother General Turner who was reported to have been killed by Lee was landed In jail here several days ago to answer the indictment against him for the murder of Doyle and CecilsARMED MEN GATHERED Believed That the Intention Was to Lynch Perry Bright Lebanon Ky June 18 Consldcrn n tesdaya large number of armed men in town who it is believed came with the Intention of lynching Perry Bright Bright and his son Will are In jail charged with stabbing James Stayton a brotherinlaw of the elder Bright to death last Friday There Is a very bitter feeling against the Brlghts In the neighborhood where the tragedy occurred the general belief being that the murder was a most cowardly one It is alleged that young Bright held Stayton while his father stabbed him to death ACTS OF VANDALISM Unknown Miscreants Amuse Themselves By Wounding Animalsb Henderson Ky June 20For several nights quite a number of acts of vandalism were committed at Audo bon a suburb of this city A mule belonging to George Keach was cut several times across the shoulder the slashes being from ten to twenty inches in length An attempt was made to kill Dr G W Draynes fine horse Some one entered the stable and inflicted several cuts in the ani mars neck narrowly missing the jugu lar vein A cow of Rev W O Conn ell was al so badly cut with a knife Other animals cu1LETTER CARRIER MURDERED His Body Was Thrown on the Railway Tracks at Louisville Louisville Ky June 19 Joseph RicKs a letter carrier was murdered by highwaymen Thursday night and his body thrown on the railroad tracks at Fourteenth and Portland avenue after the pockets had been rifled of 80 in money and a gold watch Many trains passed over the body cutting it up but when found the head was un scathed save for the wound inflicted by the robbers No arrests have ben made IMidnight Wedding June 18Wash Faulkner a young farmer of Vortex this county and Lula Tyler the daugh ter of H B Tyler a prominent pail tician cf the same place eloped to this place and were married at 1215 oclock Wednesday morning J H Stumper of the M E church officiated Aid For Capt Ewen Mlddlesboro Ky June 18WIII- McWillIams a leading Middlesboro business man and two Middlesboro I apcrs are getting up a subscription for Capt J B Ewen whose hotel at lackson was burned as a result of the feud troubles Escaped Prisoner Captured Henderson Ky June 20 Police man Satterficld went out hunting and captured John Crowe an escaped Ne gro convict from the Jeffersonville Ind penitentiary Crowe had been out about three weeks Tho officer found him engaged In plowing corn Sandldge Awarded Damages Ellzabethtown Ky June OIathew Sandidge who brought suit against tho Louisville Nashville road for 20000 for being struck by judgmentNoted Fox Hunter Expired Versailles Ky June 19John C Epler aged 82 died of a complication of diseases He WAS one of the best known citizens of Woodford county and was a noted fox hunter His whole life was spent within two miles of his birthplace Capt Ewen Will Lecture Lexington Ky June 19B J Ew en the refugee witness from Jackson is at the home of Ed Martin conductor on the Lexington 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wayWhats in quired Fitz through the window aI It the individual indicated t Matter retorted the other why v I ve been watching the lazy beggar for the last 23 minutes and he hasn t done a I stroke of work all the timeI I At the precise moment nt which the I above conversation occurred n British norkingman was addressing his mate 8 Kill he remarked in it tone oft I deep disgust dye see that ere loahV war- S i tlereSepnigh on arf an hower an the bloomers one nothin but stare houot o thO win M Rv he ole blessed tymc Thats the 1 j ortot chap as we pye taxes ter keepl A Cure for Dropsy 13f Sedgwick Ark June 2ldMr W BTaylor of this place says slf doctonthetoldinc he would never get better and hueMid4 4f valknorWhen the doctors told me he would surely die I stopped giving him their med t Cine him Dodds Kidney 1ills I gave him three pills a day andat alltonreducingaltogether I myrjithelpless invalid in his mothers arms L abealthrng I can never express our t gratitude Dodds Kidney Pills entirely cured our 4d ty after everybody j doctors and all had i given kiln up to die All She Could Stand A certain woman the wife of a for mer representative in congress and mini ter Abroad who now aims at social lead the most exclusive and lofty circles of Washington D Cis noted i for her love of diplay and her penchant for wearing about all the jewels she can I bear under 4 One night Jlhe sue a dinner Several z members of the diplomatic set were entr Madame was in high feather and si she nUo wore a diamond tiara and several dstrings of pearls around her neck 4 i During the evening she complained of 4U feeling n bit chilly and told one of the t ftJ uerrants to call her maid When the maid appeared ahe is said to have shivered a trifle andexclaimed Sufette I an so cold please get me I another string of pearls Argonaut SnmnorServlceoCi Ilforal Limited Tlre SanU Fe announces that the usual Peuuweckl summer service of its Cali fornia Limited train was inaugurated June 2 westbound from Chicagotand June 8 tleastbound from co and Los Angeles The time card is approximately a that1hef S ti beingIJ1RdeC t a lerviceilDoctors Are So Modest AgentsDoctor can I get your ad for4 1 i IJopmcr youwl to advertise Rut you may interview me tb on some ftkitilic subject two column J payment in advance Stray Stories rs AtLanta nn Rrturn Via dweem mad JTA v Crescent Itontrp r4t TicketIa until July 15th with privilege of exten j sion until August loth on deposit of ticket J and payment ci roc at Joint Agency uAtlanta AVnrtli Something The new metal radium in said to be worth 83000000 a pound Dont neglect radiumnClmistoff fsiie lh Jnlr Units g One fare and third round via Queen t lre cent Route Tickets on tale July f13 rtV Rood returning until 8 Aik ittr Agents for particulars nce is always the sign of a little sff1Ildunb n temper having no more t In it than the swelling of the dropsy Collier Aihevllle and Ttetarn 23eIA Int for particulars He gloomflyDo you know how much i the luncheon you have ordered will cost jI myappetelTowni Manya true word is spoken in and many a false statement is in deadly t canieatChcago Journal lam urc Pios Cure for Consumption saved m life three sears ngoMrs Thoi S A Bobbins Norwich Y Feb 171900 To Uvvain of ones rank or are is to ehowthat one is below it Chicago Jour nal onllCoub1the Sliiieuri River A laugh is worth a hundred groans Ia any nwiket Chicago Journal I 4 1 IN EVERY WALK OF LIFE People in every walk of life have bad books Kid t c n Y s g J wrong nnd the back be5 Ja lo ache- Curesickkid511 n ey s and b n rlc a cheJ quickly diss J I appearst Read this- teaUmonv and learn how it can be done4 AA Royce a farmer living three and a half miles from Trenton Mo cays A severe cold settled in my I kidneys and developed so quickly that I waiobhlgcdtolayofworhcon account of the aching in my back and sides For a time I was unable to walk at all and every makeshift I tried aud all the medicine I took had not the slightest effect My back continued to grow weaker until I was unfit for anything Mrs Boycenoticed Doans Kidney Pills advertised as a surecure for just such conditions and one day when in Tren ton she brought a box home from Y Chas A Fosters drug store I followed c3 the directions carefully when taking them and 1 must say I was more than iiI surprised and much more gratified to s notice the backache disappearing 4 gradually until it finally stopped kidneynedlelneThtehjr t C partforMilburn Co BuffaloN Y For sale bys t all druggists price J50 cents per box i 4itW3j Cooling as a shower on a hot day A N hiresRooibeer4 field eTeiywaet cr bjr man e for centS Apackac mates Cve smites auus 5 iHM 4 roiniT u Baton ra r is 1 Jc 30JiII d i 2t l iJ l 010 y Sr I c 1 c r l r Irlo 111f W 0 s The Test of Genuine Repentance John Baptist and His Plain Blunt Message Sermon by the Highway nnrt Byway Preacher Copyright by J M Edsoa i Chicago Sunday June 1903 TextIJrtng forth therefore fruits meet for rtpentanceiJtatt 35- MAX out in the wilderness 0 f Judea clothed in plain coarse ral ment of camels Lair girded in withu leathern Irdlea Nazarltc I k living his life of I pa rot tioll and = felling on tife V products of the desert regions locusts and Ulld honey This man a Voice from God coming wifh ida IIICFMIRC of Repent ye for the Kingdom of Heaven is at band The cry stirs the expectant Jews of all classes and they flock to the wilderness to see and hear the strange prophet who has arisen to prepare the way of the Lord Among those who comb from Jerusalem and all tludea and laU the region round about Jordan are many of the Pharisees and Sadducees the twoprin cipal sects of the Jews who controlled and directed the religious thought ami worship of the Jewish people at that time And when Tohn sees them with Elijahlike bluntness he says 0 generation of vipers who hath warned you to lice from the wrath to comeI Bring forth therefore fruits meet for repentance These are the circumI stances onneded with the our text And in answer to their InIward protest if not outwardly epre ed exception to Johns arraignment the prophet Roes on to declare Think not to say within yourselves we have Abraham 40 our father for I say unto you that God Is able of these stones to raise up children unto Abraham additonal informaLtTKlghtHlsthe following the lead of the Pharisees and Sadducfis also come asking What shall we do then To which John replied He that hath two coats let him Impart to him that hath none arid he that hath meat let him do likewise Thus ic buking the selfish avaricious spirit which prevailed at that time and which in this our day is again Ink ing hold of the people of the world in their relations one with another And the publicans that large class of tax gatherers which had grown upunder the Roman system of government came asking what they should do Exact no more than that which is ap pointed you was Johns reply And then came that other great class of people the soldiers by aid of whom Rome had brought into subjection the known world and maintained her rule and desired also to know what they should do And with them John began likewise with those matters which most vitally concerned their own selves and their relations to others for he replied Do violence to no nina neither accuse any falsely and be contented with your wages burden of Johns message was THE cry Repent ye And lest they might make the mistake which is so often made that repentance was merely a lip confession with no out ward change of heart or life he went on to demand that they bring forth therefore fruits meet for repentance Tbe religionists of his day thepeople the publicans the soldiers were ht face t e with the practical STL T r orH lordwagnt 1 r ti a intense foriailism at dOD ceremonial traditions but the pal way over which lie was to pass was to- be paved with the changed hearts and altered lives of the penitents Religion was to be cast into a new mold nndnll life was to feel its vitalizing influence Is there less need today for Johns message of repent ye bripg forth theref9re fruits meet for repentance than was when that message first broke on the wilderiess air lEns the element of genuine repentance been lost in greater or less degree from the Christian life and the Christian re ligion Is it not true that the great majority of the Christians of today have their periods of emotional repentance and in response toatroubled conslcence because of way wardness and faithlessness express contrition in the public meeting or in tbe private audience of the heart and then resolve to do better but who never get beyond the point of lip re pentance and good resolves Howls it in your own case Repentance is not sorrow or contrition It is infinitely more SundayIpentance meant got it pretty nearly correct when she replied that repent ance was being sorry enough to quit That is the thought which Paul ex presses in his second letter to the Corinthian church wlTere he says Now I rejoice not that ye were made sorry but that ye sorrowed to re pentance for ye were made sorry after a Godly manner for Godly sorrow worketh repentance to salvation not to be repented of but the sorrow of the world worketh death Wordslose their force and meaning because care lessly used Repentance is not a synonym for sorrow Sorrow may bean element of repentance but It is never repentance Sorrow may be the emotion which makes one desire to get out of the pit and miry clay of sin but repentance is the ladder by which genuInwesssUrer coin is not in the ring for the counterfeit often gives uta sound equal to that of the genuine coin but the test If found in its ability to stand the application of the acid The spun bitingfluidrevealed when the biting circum stances of desire and temptation again are Mt Repent ye but the fruits of that repentance must prove whether it really repentance or only a mo mentary troubling of conscience which feeling will evaporate before the heat was Borryior his act of aiso j bedience which cost him the sharp kingdOJ11in his heart and he went headlong it a miserable death David not only felt sorry forbEs great sin but he repented In sack cloth and ashes and later wrote The sacrifices of God are n broken spirit Ii broken nnd a contrite heart O God Tboj wilt not despite The soryow of his heart was man hated ia the outward life 61 Ms I TIt 7 I r 7 P t 6ft ft p i O fF changed conduct The rich young ruler left leMis sorrowful hilt re pcntnncc did not come to make him willing to give his nil to the Lord and help him to lend a new life in humble service All who carne to John and were baptized III time Jordan made a profession of repentance but it was only us Pharisees and Hiiddiicres gave expression in their outward limes of pure religion n ml tindcfllccl it was only as the people gave that others might have raiment nnd meat it was only as the publicans in their tax gath ering only ixacted that which they were entitled to it was only as the sol diers violated no mans person or rights did not bear false witness and did not plot mutiny and rebellion that the genuineness of the repentance which they professed was made evi dent Sec how strikingly this is ex emplified in the experience of Xncclieiis llequit extortionherestored the goods he had taken wrongfully and Jesus declared This day is salvation come to this house And all throughout Jericho and the surrounding country it was soon known that Xaccheus had repented nnd become n changed man for the widow the struggling trades man and farmer whom he hind robed in his tax gathering were made to re jolt with a fourfold return of their goods and the poor of the city were warmed and fed nnd clothed Hy the generous gifts which the convert rd publican gave even to the half of his great possessions BUT the test of Pennine repentance is not only in the changed life limit in the patience manifested in that life when the accumulated conse quences of past mistakes and misdeeds press upon the soul God orgives but He does not always rrmojre the eon sequences of sin The bey who drove a nail into the post every time he told a lie nnd who lifter he had filled the post full began to draw them out one by one whenever temptation was overcome and he told the truth was pained by the fact that the nail holes were still there with their disfiguring marks It is so with the sin marks and failures in the life The scars remain Careless neglect of duty the seeking of the gratification of selfish desires and aims may plunge one into difficul ties which are exceedingly trying and painful and the genuineness of the repentance for the wrong and evil that have crept into the life is measured by the patience with which those difficul ties and trials arc faced The bringing forth of fruits meet for repentance here has its realization That is not repentance which isorrow because the consequences of sin and wrong doing must be endured Repentance that arises simply from a desire to es cape the penalties of sin is not genuine repentanceThe in the lock is sorry be cause of the punishment which isabout to be inflicted upon him for his wrong doing He makes professionS of repentance in the hope perhaps that he may escape the penalty of his sin wholly or in part While he feels the penalties of sin ptcssinp hard upon him he is repentant but once escaped from the Consequences of sin he for gets the professed repentance and Is soon back into the old ways and the old life Hut real repentance would find expression in patiently enduring the consequences of the wrong doing and the turning f rr Ways which wo V rppcti fln i nd wrcjr bi tI Israel li Tit io a rrnentance as she felt the woes of ti vii ways crushing in upon herand tJifi as soon as relief came she was back in the old pathway of idolatrous practices That was not real repentance The soul is so easily deceived in the quality of its repentance At the time it believes that the repentance is deep and genuine but ns the lmpressionwet off there is a drifting back into 4h old ways It has not stood the t4st Time fruits of repentance then are not only a present expression but a future en durance and altered life TilE message of John was the to all People from all classes and conditions in life sought him out in his wilderness retreat There were the religious teachers and great numbers of common people there were the rich and the poor the public officials and the soldiers AId to one and all the message of John the Raptist was repent ye bring forth therefore fruits meet for repentance And to all the world today the same message sounds forth Re pentye Bring forth therefore fruits meet for repentance Repentance and the evidences of that repentance were the necessary preparations forthe com ing of the Lord Jesus entering Jeru salem as the King rode over n pathway strewn with palm branches and gar ments of the enthusiasts who hailed Him as King Rut the pathway over which Jesus rides to the soul of man is one which is paved with repentance and the fruits which are meet for thut repentanc God is no respecter of persons and His Son travels but one road on ills way to the soul All alike are called to repentance and no pathway of good resolutions or good works or high moral living or high ideals or alms be that pathway paved ever so smoothly will tempt the Lord to pass over it But repentance draws the Saviour quickly ills coming Isnt delayed Prepare ye the way of the Lord by repentance THERE are two aspects to this mes of John One its bearing npon the unregenerate soul and the othe having to do with time soul that has been born again Roth arc called to an attitude of repentance One to the saving of the soul the other to the puttingoff more and more of the and the putting on more and more of Christ Repent O Soul that has not felt the cleansing and savingpower of TeEm blood because the Kingdom of Heaven is Jit hand Repent 0 Christian because upon the failures of today yon gre to mount by the help of Jesus to a newer and better self tomorrow There is to be practical evidence in your life of that repent ance It is not the Cry of the soul when In peril and face 1o face with denth end then utter forpetfulness of that rywhen the peril is passed and deaths grim hand has been withdrawn without claiming his victim Ah how agonIiU rein And again on It goes in its in a difference to its desperate need while just ahead are the rapids and the brink If eternity That cry In the hour of peril was not the cry of repentance Had it been so the fruits of that repentance would have wrought the al tered life Genuine repentance would have brought the Saviour into the life and heart with His transforming power Repent not because you may be worse than Anne one elseyou may be the best man in town or time com munity in which you dwell but the question of repentance does not hinge upon our relative worth as measured by human standards but upon our re lilt ions to God Repent ye because It is a holy and just God with whom you have to do Repent ye brvaiife all have tinned and come short of the glory of lod because there is aha lion in no other name under Heaven soil lirraiiM how shall we escape if we neglect so great salvation lIe ppntance is the first step which the inner imiM take There may be very ilight consciousness of sin but the es timate which God places upon men must be taken Man is a sinner And if we say that we have no sin we de ceive ourselves and the truth is not In US but if we repent and confess our sins He Is faithful and just to forgive us our situ and cleanse us fronrall unrighteousness Repentance is lads first onll to the soul If the soul will but heed that call there will IIP a rowing tense of the need of that soul the degree of repentance will be in creased and the fruits of that repentance will blossom in the life to the blessing of man and the honoring of God mn is the soul conscious of sin H and manifesting repentance and yet longing and desiring to take with it all the old life with its indulgences The soul ii alarmed over the thought of what it must give up It clings to former as sociates habits and manner of life Where this Is the case measure the degree of repentance Such repentanc is either inflnitesimally small or else altogether a negative quantity Re pent but bring forth fruits meet for repentance In this matter of re pentance there are just two who are- involvedGod and the soul God tho righteous One and man the sinner When the sinner takes his off God and focuses them upon the things about him these temporalities are mag nified and the sense of God is lost With this come a lessened degtee of repentance and so little of the fruits of repentance in the life as to be hardly perceptible This Is one of the sod conditions in the churches today Low ered standards and the brirgin of tho world into the activities of the churches and the lives of the Chris tians are reducing the consciousness of the need of repentance John the Baptist and his message are needed to day The cry must be raised on every hand Repent ye Repent Jel lie pent unsaved soul became your peril is great the time is short and Jesus stands patiently waiting to enter over the roadway of your sincere repentance Repent 0 Christian of that love for the world and the things of the world which is so filling your heart and life Repent of that indifference towards the lost souls all about you Repent of your selfish love of ease which permits you to stay away from Gods house when you as a member there have a regular appointment to meet your Lord there and help sustain Ills worship Repent of your shallow ness and hypocrisy which encourage and allow you to get up and testify in meeting to repentance for past short comings and aspirations for a better life and which litre the vapor which vanishes before the Mug rays of the sun disappears tut fore the light glib gossipy com which fills Gods house r Kc net hsnui yji4c I f o t onjU iiieflitigor IS pc n iIe rv f thinku not of Jo uad llisrv if sPeaking not to the honor and praise of the Lord but in sharp criticism of the preacher of the service and of pretty much every one vho came under your notice Repent 0 Christian because your life at hom and in the office belies most awfully your profession Repent for all these things for all In your life and heart which is contrary to GotTs will and pur pose for you and let that repentance which you feel bear its fruit in an al tered life T nus prepare the way of the Lord There is a double way in which genuine repentance prepares the com ing of the Lord Spiritually the tears of true repentance always catch the light of the shiningpresence of Jesui who never falls to come and each tear flashes its brilliancy and beauty over the whole life and upon those about Materially true repentance on tho part of the unregenerate and ths Christian hastens the coming of this Lord In the clouds of glory to take to Himself His bride the church Think of how the indifference neglect and worldlymindedness of the Christian is delaying the spread of the Gospel the upbuilding of the Kingdom and the fulfillment of the promise of Jesus and the angels that lie would come again even as He was taken up from His disciples Into Heaven Is there not need for the cry Kepent ye7 is there not absolute and desperate need to heed Gods command Bring forth therefore fruits meet for repentance Upon you lies this responsibility What answer will you give to yourKingwh y you meet Him face to face and He asks of you an accounting The night cometh Let us then be up and doing while it is yet day 011 as Necessary as Steam Worry kills tenperspns where work kills one It is friction not motion which wears out machinery whether it be in the sphere of animate or of inanimate nature To avoid or to diminish friction is to increase nfl improve the efficiency of the best ma chine that is set to any good work Oil on the running gear in quite as Important as steam in the boiler whether it be on a railway locomotive or on the brain that directs or performs work for God and for Gods dear ones It is in view of this truth that Cardinal Newman says Not mans manifold labors but his manifold cars hinder the presence of God The machinery which God has given man to ue in His service is sufficient under God for whatever He would have that man do The cares with which man needlessly burdens himself are the retarding and wasteful friction with which man less ens his power for good and which tendneither to mans good nor to Gods glory The oil of restful love In God is the needed aid of mans phy sical mental and spiritual machinery Let us then keep our souls machin ery wen oUedS S Times Divine Fatherhood This ides of the Divine Fatherhood goes down so deep into the human heart that it becomes the source of a childlike obedience trust submis sion patience hope and Iqve James Freeman Clarkt f l M lip r NO VERDICT REACHED The JettWhite Jury Discharged by Judge Itedwiuc The Next Trial Will Be Held at Cyn thlana KyThe Prisoners Were Removed to Lexington and Placed In Jail Jackson Ky June 20flut for ono Juror Curtis Jctt would have become convicted here Friday for the murder of Marcum and a majority of the jury favored the conviction of Thomas White also Both arc now almost 101 miles from here In the jail at Lexington and their next trial will bo at Cyn thlana over 100 miles from Jackson away from the mountains and In tho blue grass region under very different conditions from those existing in Brcathitt county With such general confidence In the surroundings of the next trial thero Is a general belief here that everything is for the best after all If the verdict had been one of conviction tho residents here are sure that vlolenco would have followed and that It would have extended to others than wit nesses jurors and those who had ta ken part In the prosecution It is thought now that after the trials oC Jctt and White In Harrison county that the cases of other assassins who are known here and who have never been arrested will be taken up with some assurances of justice on a chango of venueThe case on the docket hero was that of Curtis Jett for killing Town Marshal James Cockrlll but It will be postponed until after the trials atCynthlana Lexington Ky June 20When Jett and White arrived In Lexington on an L E train at 618 Friday night there were fully 500 people gathered at the station and along the route to the jail The crowd was orderly si lent and serious There was no dem onstration of violence The prisoners were taken immediately to steel cages on the third floor of the jail The two men were placed In separate cells despite their requests to bo placed together Jett was drunk Ho had been exceedingly unruly and in suIting all afternoon evidently being under the influence of liquor When he was being taken from his cell to be put on the train at Jackson he shook his fist In Maj Allens face and cursed him called him every vile name ho could think of and said Id like to smash you between those glasses alprIsonerresent your insults On the train Jctt endeavored to pursue the same tactics and would not be quieted until Maj Allen told him he would have him gagged If he did not behave himself At the jail he said he wanted some thing to eat and drink and had tho money to pay font When asked what he wanted he said Beefsteak eggs and coffee He pulled out a five dol lar bill to pay for hia supper Whito was exceedingly surly He paced tho narrow limits of his cell like a caged lion He was as nervous as could be and was evidently much worried that he and Jett were separated He resented the imputation of ona of those present that he was afraid and nervous saying that ho did not know the meaning of fear and had no nervesCounty Judge James Hargis of Breathitt came down on the same train with Jett and White as lid their attorneys Oneal and French refund to be interviewed HargisI nil i 1t for Jailor fcjjri M ntand there s o himIvaa I want you to take good car f those men Any thing they want in the way of food and drinks let them have and send me the bill and I will pay for it I want you to treat them right Jailor Wallace replied Judge Har gls the people of Fayette county have elected me jailor and I am responsible to them and to them alone As long as they behave themselves all the people in my Jail will be treated right and all will be treated alike I am amply able to take care of them anti of attending to my duties without sug gestions from you or any other Indi vidual If the prisoners want extras and have the money to pay for them they can get theta just as could any other prisoners Jackson Ky Juno 20There U still much apprehension in this community for the future and many hero share in the movement in different parts of Kentucky to have Brcathitt county parcelled out for annexation to other counties although it would de predate valuations after Jackson lost its prestige as a county scat Frankfort Ky June 20After a lengthy conference Friday afternoon between Gov Beckham State Inspcc tor Hines and Col Williams the cons manding officer at Jackson Col Wil llama left to return there lIe was not given orders to relieve the troops of further duty and it has not yet been determined just when they willbe or dered home First American Child In Guam New York June 20 Advices from Guam announce the birth there of the first American child on the island It Is a girl and its father is Paymaster Ryan The chirstening was marked by a big celebration in which the en tire community joined Judge Oliver 2 Shlras to Retire Dubuque la June 20Judge Oliver P Shlras of the United States court for the Northern district of Iowa an nounced that he will retire from the bench November next He will be 70 years old in October Count Casslnis Outing Washington June 20Count Cas sin the Russian ambassador will leave Washington for New York Sun day and next Wednesday he leaves on the Kaiser Wilhelm II for Europe where ho will spend his summer vaca tion The King and Queen Entertain London June 20The king and queen entertained SOO persons at a ball In Windsor castle Friday night Tho dancing took place In Waterloo chamber the crack band of the Scots guards contributing the music The Pope Did Not Hold An Audience Rome June 20The pope did not hold an audience Friday much against his own wishes as he said he would immediately be reported as dying which I am not he added emphat- Ically Indeed a rumor that his boll ness had had a relapse was already in circulation Waiters and Cooks Strike Settled Chicago June 20The strike of the walters and cooks Is a thing of the past and the majority of them return ed to work Saturday It is considered a victory for the employers J ji LJ r AN HONEST STREAK Which Led a Sinn Charged with Tutu to Take Hlmarlf to tbe Calabooie Humor nukes its appearance in queer places but one would hardly expect to find it at the door of a house of correction gay the Milwaukee Sentinel An unfor tunate fellow was recently taken before a justice of the peace in Milwaukee charged with 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GeneralPassenger Office Chicago 5 FOR 1 I HEADERS OF THIS PAPBB DBBHUNO TO BUT ANYTHING AOTBBTISKO IN ITS COLUMNS I SHOULD INSIST UPON flAYING r WHAT TEST ASK TOIl BXTDS1NO OB IMITATIONS L8UBSTITUTSS PILES ANAKESIS iief 55d POITIVsLTclJEarjSOP fre sml addrrsc Axxa1L Trib me building New TotS ANKE 1978 WllJOT 1VKITINO TO ABYKKTM pleas stats that you taw she AdTerIIaS meat la this BMrtr t a 4e tot1 z i I j t t t z ti1 J1 1 t r I lo 1 o ff a u 1 1C A IN81LLE OUTLOOK f OUTLOOK PUn ISHINO CO Q VINGSYILIJ E KY i II PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I Address communications to 4LY tUE OUTLOOK PiaiLisiiiNo Co or to OwingsvilleIL Subscribers desiring n chnngoof UddreiB should nj wnyn give previous tiddrcse when writing Correspondents when out of sta should mention fact on n i Iioncrr slip of paper 1 i THURSDAY JUNE 25 10CW jI FIlINGS are quiet at Jackson but it takes one hundred troops to as pure it i TilE public now Ims hope border ing on confidence thut Jett and Whfte trill get their dues at then next trial t TOE demand over thot State to r febolish Breatbitt no n county is Btronger That teems the tGrowlftJ who wanted to nc may be perfectly honest and Inccrc but tho public will boo f 4t lieve he was fixed t CURT JKTT threatened Major Al i lon with revenge as he was being brought away from Jackson He 4 rauy hue to execute it in tho great hereafter4 l 0CoutoxwiALTnsArroEr BTUD f r ti nndo a strong speech in prosecut 1f ing Jett and White but his future 1J t it not in Breathitt county under 10I the present reign t lt TOE fund being raised for Capt c B J Ewen by subscription mounts to over 3000 Money t 4 was never given in a more worthy or useful cause f A BROOKLYN magistrate IS that it is H misdemeanor to call unI unmarried woman over thirty years oHin old maid He neglected m to say what It would be to call one i under thirty the snmeISUSDATS Lexington Herald contains a full stenographic report of the testimony of IlJ Ewen and tS John Patrick in the JottWhite trialat Jackson It leaves noco doubt of the guilt of Jett iJ tvib HANNA refuses even tI 2 have the Vice Presidential nomina tion tbruEt upon him However it f c fHdbe moro cmbarassing to re 4 ifusothan to accept if the conven tion nominates him I q1 TIlE disclosures of rascality ink fthfli1ostofBco Department at Wash i Mngtah go merrily on The people havoIooted tho bill for an enorm it out raft to scamps who ought to occupy felonsquarters instead of i jpositionsof meet ttnst fa the Govern J GEOTER CLEVELAND has been tb victim of an interviewer whom It- 1 entertained and whom ho did not i tuipeot of desiring to make copy out of hill talk One need believe nothing purporting to be Cloy e landi politicnl intentions except what be duly Authorises Ji J Miss AMELIA STEHBEBG of Mor Saa rSston N J tried i J to com i u uyttnJaough looore a While fttt tie t 4tbe happy occupation of conaum t leg the last gallon of n togallona freezer she woe arrested Likely jbe iaw nq humor In the matter THE Court of Appeals sustains a ffhe legality of the Dotaocratic primary held in Loulsfllla May 26th tw and also tho locality and authority of the regular Democratic commit ttM which called and conducted a 4 completetbrowdowq Young and the majority of the fitato Democratic Committee 4a Whether the battle shall still go on remains to be seen I ic THE sale of State examination A 4 to applicants for public v1iehool teachers certfloatca hul X been a frequent practice but no a r beenpunished54 young Tracy son of the a tiupt of Schools in Powell coun r iSS IwIIlbecoyIcted By means ofq a decoy Tracy was induced to go a Aa Lexington and offer he papers ri tfor sale to aa officer He was ar r irested and placed in Jail It aaaId that another member of u I family has been charged with the fame offeace and he is iraplipnted t in the sales in Carter and Greenup counties that created such a scan dalrecently It is a mlicrably di i honest practice and should be bro or1SJIe I fsa Jiatipa papers I TBK jurytrying Curtis Jett and 5t Yf ia theJ4S ri haYIng the easelroi- 4 jll 6clock Thursday morning until a 4 oclock Friday morning being unable to agree They stood eleven itpeoBvct and one to acquit Jett aS jw acquitUe aia1Vto Harrison county for trial f Unless a special term is called the i sgnioiE3r 2 Circuit Court Jett and Wbite wrldJroughtto the Lexin ton jaii CaptB J Ewen e lefIt18I1fortbe prosecution o Js at Lexington and in constant dread tbat an attempt will be made f prospectyJL jPStice which heydont want Al JaiW CORRESPONDENCE 4S 1 BeecrWoods D3 Jsorth ie no bciir- SS J t E r t II r itt J ttt Ei i vY Jt a1J Jit 4a f 1 SS jlJI 7 J F irQ Iitl J J Henry E till is painting W S Gudyells windmill Mrs RebeTCU Coyc hud n Blight stroke of paralysis und is still poor IS Misses Leona Lath ram tint Edna8 Coyle wire guests uf Maud halley Saturday night Married June ISth nt tho homo GeorgeDNora Horseman The bride is a nice industrious young lady and u favorite wherever she is known We extend our congratulations to Mrs und Mrs Gudgttll May their joys be great and their sorrows little ones Mud Llok Lafayette North sold three lambs to Mr Fields at fie The Olympian Springs were op cued Friday night with a hop Union Sundayschool lower Salt Lick is going to have a picnic on tho 4th Ed Carrington and son Sammie visited relatives near Stcpetone Saturday and Sunday THE SiczMiss Clemtnie Rob erson is better Sanford Highley is able to be out by using a crutch Elms Highley is suffering with the sick headache Sam Shultz has a blind horse that has boon gone since lust Fri day night JyA bridle came up mjssI ing at the Springs the Fame night He thinks some one has ridden i him off Wyoming Wheat crops arc being cut It is very light We have preaching at tIme Christ inn Church at Wyoming sundny- nlgbt The boyof Wyoming liave R baseball club and practico ovary afternoons Wm Hadrick went to see hit daughter Mrs Margaret Sncdcgnr last Sunday Crops are looking bud Corn nnd tobacco aro both dying on tht uplands for want of ram Lige Morgan and wife have returned from a twoweeks visit on Little Flat Creek Lige is able to- go to work again Tom Huff and wife of South bhcrburno visited Mrs HuJTs daughters Mrs Will Jackson and- o Mrs J T Atchison TJeff Routt of near South Slier burne visited his uncle and aunt Mr nud Mrs John A Hedger Sun day evening Thoy went to Fleming Court MondayS Salt Lick Miss Sue Tompleman of Carlisle i is the guest of Mrs Fcnton Atchison Died Juno 20th eter a long ill ness Chris McQuith rTfgcd about sixtyflTe years Sam Grlggs who was seriously Injured by a heavy switch tlo j on him while loading thorn lastweek is mending slowly JAunt Jennie Clayton has again broken up hpusekceplhg this tiuip KoinRtolivb with her son Willie al younRs nrings Sam D Jonon has rented and moved into tho bonGo va cated by Mrs Clajton A man whotiialms to be Pearly ans brother moved here a short time and with his family is living In a uiJIKshed He claims to have lost retostauces Again has the death nugol visited the homo of Mrs Amanda Simon on June 17th taking the aged mother Mrs Crouch widow ofCurtisCrouchv Deceased vas quite an lady attd was sick but a few days To tho bo rcavod ones left behind wo extend sympathy and say brightorAsFor we know across the river Walt the levod ones gono before Sharpsburg It is still dry We are having a good rain Monday DarwInBmith and wife of Judy were hero on Thursday SprnttwereinA W English was in Lexington sevcrnl days last week on business Dr Ben Triplett of Mt Sterling spent last week at home to rest up The first wheat harvested hero was OR the 16th and tho crop will bo light Foster Stephens of Little Flat on1sJudge Lewis Apperson and Wil Clay of Tit Sterling were here Tuesday SIIss Daisy Scott spent Severn days last week with friends near Owingsville daughterMissSterling Tuetdav Triplettvisit to relatives in Lexington Mrs S E ORear of Mt Sterling nod Mrs S T Howard visited relatives near Judy on Thursday Rev Bruce Trimble f lit Ster ling was hero Sturdayin the in torett of hitr paper The Advocate Misses Mary Brown und Luoile Rutherford spent last wrek in tex ington the guests of tire Rhada Phelpe I CyhthtansfeW Rutherford oa Saturday nlid Sunday OwingsliltSterling were here Tuesday on law business Frank Phelps of Lexington came Friday to visit relatives here find he and Dr Triplett attended the opening hop nt the Olympian priis Friday ut i She burno Horn to Chas Wilcon Jr IfndI wife tMoiulay June lath 1n ttr Willin Albert Graham tho little on of Mrs Ada Grliiitn is poorly with typhoid fever C T Vice left lest week for Ck luhomu where ho will spend sever al weeks prospecting Miss Nellie E Willmnifl left Monday for Lexington whero ehe will attend the Kentucky Educa tional ABiociation this week Severalof our young people attended tho Annual Sundayschool Convention in Bath Co held ut White Oak Sunday und all report a very pleasant trip EJOllmlliss Lixzio Barbee daughter of A B Barbes nnd Henry Hnughcy Jr eon of Her man IInu hey eloped to Ironton Ohio last Saturday night to be united in the holy bonds of matri mo ay Olympia Herndon Young of Wiluiore is visiting his brother Clyde Lafe Staten and family of Mud Lick visited John Thompson Sun day The corn crop is not very good the dry weather has hurt it bert mi sly j Mrrf Kate Costignn and Miss May Hemphill were in Owingsville Friday Mrs Nannie OtiilO8 Lick visited hor sitter Mrs Amanda Swarts Saturday Mrs Lucy Williamson of Grassy Lick Montgomery Co visited friends here last week Mrs J K Jackson visited her sister Mrs James Barnes in Ow ingsvillo Monday The Olympia baseball team defeated the Knob Lick team the score being 16 to 8 Will and Andrew Mann and fam 51ip of Covington aro Aisiting their mother Mrs G W Thompson Craigs F F Warren is very sick Hoyt Warrens baby is very sick Aunt Rebecca Craig is no better Pat Toy sold a pair of mules for 100 Mrs Nannie McGlothin is got ting along very well Mrs George Sexton was taken sick Sunday and is very poorly James Robbing and family were the guests of Ben Thompson and wife Sunday George Witherow of West Vir giniu has been here hunting hands to work ou the railroad Miss Fannie McGlothin was the guost of Thomas McGlothin and wife Saturday and Sunday Elder B H Ross preached at Fergusons schoolhouse Saturday night and Sunday Ho had four additions to time church Two of Bud Carmichaels daugh tots of Stepstonc vis rod the fura fly of Martin Sexton Saturday Sunday TbeyTnr accompfiitd home by their grandmother Aun UnrySextoo Crooks Cole Barnes went to Olympia Saturday eve DS Nixon visited relatives at Midland last week John Vico shipped a carload of cattle to Cincinnati Saturday Joe Turley shipped a carload of lambs to Jersey City last week J M Richart shipped n carload of hogs to Cincinnati last week Wilson tb Hendrix shipped n car load of sheep to Cincinnati Thurs day Several Vfrom here attended church at Kendalls SpringsSunday eveningMrs R Hazelriggand daugh ter of Bethel visited Charley Reed and wife last week Mrs Torn Satterfiold anti son of Suit Lick are visiting her parent D F Nixon anti wife Misses Ethel May nnd Clyde Barnes visited thir aunt Mrs J T Fletcher at Carmurgo last week G R Armstrong und wife wont to Maysville last week to see their uncle Judge Cole who is quite fcibk There was a little shooting cra iiflhero Saturday evening Robertj Sbackelford fired twice nt Jim WI ilitnsonOno shot grazed the skin on Williamsons arm r Okla The prospect for a corn crop i tIlls vicinity is very poor William Gregory of St Louis Mo was the guest of his brother H C Gregory nnd wire Saturday nightMrs Andrew McLain and Mrs Nallis Perkins went Saturday to visit the formers daughter Mrs John Ruby and family of near Fiemingsburg V I Herman little son of MrsISaraly I Goodpaster has been very T several days with throat trouble and a swollen leg Mrs John A U derson is very poorly Bennett Vunlnndinghani is on the sick list Mrs James Flora is better jDied Linda Bell daughter o liihn nnd Ella AndersonJune 10th aged 8 months and two weeks The rose faded on earth to bloom in Heaven Interment tho 19th a t Locust Fleming Co stayShortEnding soon thy journey hero fain and grief no more to bear psrtForBut an heir of Glorys gone Lflio wJlloWoil bIrwc iJ i JI ioc Iii IOdess wife of Ow ingsvillo visited relatives bore this t titI lust week Tliero was quite a crowd attend edthe County S S Convention at White Oak Sunday t W B Gudgell und wife visited tho latters puronts Mr and Mrs F P Lynam in Nicholas Co last week Married at the residence of tiio brides parents ilr und Mrs J Will Horseman Miss Nora llllfSOI man und Geo D Doc on last Thursday Elder J R Jonss of ficinting Our best wishes nnd IIInyI their days be long and peace and happiness prevail Wo dont know whether to style the following snuke or a cat story Anyway John W Darnell says he has a cat with four kittens ThoI cat was seen last week bringing Into her kits a snake about two feet long Not more than three hours after she was seen bringing in an oilier snake about throe feet long J W says ho values thoso kittens at 5 apiece Slnto Valley George Garner and wife attended the Sundayschool convention ut White Oak Sunday Miss Rebecca Rudder is staying a few days with the family of bur nephew Doo Uuddar and wife Bunks Coyle wife and babyof Prickly Ash were guests of the family of Dee Rudder Sunday The wenthercontinncs dry The ground has not bid a thorough soaking since tho lastdayg of Aprilf Benny Horseman and Washington Branch were guests of the family of Deo Rudder Sun dayMrs John K Jones it very poor Iy Rgftin also Mrs Enoch Sorrel is complaining Mrs Cabe Snedo gar ia very poorly Richard Ferguson and wife visit ed their daughter Mrs Thompson in Fleming county SIt urday und Sunday We are having a Sunday base bull gnmo near hero Young igen the Lord allowed you six days for work and for sport Stop nnd think how good God is to us to only claim oneseventh of our time Just think how eelflslr wo are t take the seventh dayand usu it for our own selfish purposes Think about it and meet on Saturday 1eveningsball and dont take the Lords day anti trample his mercies under feet A FUIESD Hillsboro C G Lytle bought a horse from 11 A Day for 135 Miss Nannso Crawford loft IKBI week for her home in Illinois Thos 11 Wtilton and Melvin Rnwllngs recently had phonos put in Missed Lillie nrd Lub Evans re turned Inet week from Volpurniso Ind whore they hud been attend ing school MISPOB Ncnnic end Ethel d jf Mt hrSterlinp nnllU l lh Kissick of Grange City wet guests of Mrs 31 A Denton Ye nesday James Nenlis cnino to town Mon day evening from Flemingtburg Court drunk abusing nnd cursing the town official Marshal StUD Garner and proceeded to take in tho town He rode up to his resident In the east end of town and culled the Marshal vilo names Marshal Garner came out and he resisted arrost whereupon Garner fired lys pistol twice to scare him and then hit Netilis on the head anti cut an ugly wound N caliv1i taken home by Dr Conway who dressed bie wounds at Sunset Bethel Robert Whaley is erecting large barn on his farm near lucre Our sick are all improving Mrs James Whole is still poorly Ollle Arrasmith Saturday and Sunday in Pn ith a frlcnd Miss Marvin Wilson of Sharps burg Is thu guest of Mrs Will Baird Born to tho wife oDluzmles Wil son Jr last week atitorth- eir firstborn Our citizens made up 10 to bo sent to Capt B L Ewen of Jack son who had his house burned Morris Arrasmith preached at the Methodist Church last Sunday at 3 oclock to a largo and attentive audienceMiss Juliette White nnd Mies Annie Yanarsdale are visiting rein atives and friends in Flerningsburg this week George Donaldson is buildipg an addition to his house on Wilson Avenue a new veranda pantry und repairs duughtersCatherine OxylngeviHe Saturday to visit the formers slater Mrs T H Brown Robort Ramey and Miss Ev tlnmey both of this place were narried ut thin residence of Martin fRamey near Mt Sterling Wcdnea day afternoon at 4 oclock Jfheceremony was performed by Revj fW W Spates Julia Barney ant Miss Susan Gregory were tho attendants After the ceremony the bridal party returned to the residence of the brides father San ford Barney and partook of an ele gant supper given in their honor THOS J JONES Livery Feed Sale Stable OWINGSVILLEKY Jlendqunrters for horse and mule buyers Telephone connection vjth Presjow StatIon- 0 i l rt xa Grange City is A wedding expect an L S lntlhlT IIlId wifl r VL nr A W Jonee and wife at OMcssu SiintlayFA number from lucre attended hu SS Convention nt White Oak S Sunday Cud nnd family ofi Wyoming visited Mrs Rosiuiuah Uoyee SundaytOakley who hai hen t very poorly with fevur is rfimuch improvedtMrs A W Jonep of Odessa via itod her parents Nowton Johnson n and wife last week Misses Addie and Ella Newmanh attended District at Mt Cannel last week Mist Graco Chism of Lexington Came Sunday to visit her grandparents Mat Newman und wife IWulter Gray wifo and dUJghterI Cluro visited ut Wyoming Saturday and Sunday John Rice and Miss Minnie Wal ton visited MrsPalraer Hurst near Poplar Plainc Saturday and Sun day Mr Ryan and wife of Ohio clinic Saturday tho former being employed tj teach our fall school They will occupy the residence of Mrs Victoria Newman Stopstono Our hand is getting ready for tho 4th picnic in good style Miss Luoy Whito and slate spent Sunday with Miss Berth Bittlngcr Mrs J 11 Campbell line been down with flux for several days but is sonic better Mrs Spencer of Suit Lick i horo visiting her uncle John Kar rick and other relatives Ruin is something that we are needing badly again and if doe nt come soon goodby tobaccos and the corn will be badly hurt that hut think it is coming today or soon Isaac Karrink had n horse tor right badly across tho nose on a wire fence while nn pasture atI haPlenincaused it to look very serious and- o will take close attention to net it healed up properly Miss Vivian Perkins was mur ried at Vinchuester last Wedne8day- to 1 R Watt of that place They will mnkc their home on the brides farm on Slate and will be at home to their friends on and after the hhof July Wo extend congratu lations to the young couple wish jug them a long tumid happy life Moores Ferry Elder H C Downey will preach at Utdricks Sunday morning Tho young then hare ol a baseball club here plnjInj qjzdI Gri t games Sattirdny and Suu iKfvernl young men at Hedricks ut priyermuiiinj Saturday night vtMB iiri5iiig nnd using vulgar Ian ratK in the Inaring of young aiii ItishuucLuI bo- sTrjatiimnn inn d10U1 rnjISundayschool teacher ruin her1 dillS and rested under the ahude tres7or livu Sundays in suc cession Your correspondent and Willie Flood went to Flerningsburg Fri tiny Wo noticed eovoral fields of wheat sonic was out and shocked eJliIII1t1dshucks on the holds it wifliumt Ul1Ingon account mainly of drouth Corn looks well considering tho dry spell in May und let of June iind nearly all was clean and well culti vated We noticed some fields of extra good corn that gladden the hearts of farmers We noticed some meadows of clover and limo thy that lookod well while the most of them looked to be thin on the ground and rather low Grass all scorned to be short while the stock all look well We met only two dude who would not speak to us commoners in farmers gld buDl by the way we noticed on a church door in a little town we passed through this inscription Stay out Knob Lick Farmers are busy Ware needing ruin for gritu and millet The health of the neighborhood is some better There was some whets harvest ing done last week Tom Hart Jot a tIne 3yearold lucifer by being bitten by a snake Jom Oakley purchased a fine combined mare in Mt Sterling Court day Mrs T J Barnes and Mrs J M Colliver spent Thursday at BIr and Mrs Albert Wrights Tom Wren who has been very sick is some belter Ho was visit ed by his father last week ofFranlhllenefeet were solid like a horses hoof The Knob Lick baseball nine met a defeat Sunday by tho Olym pla nine Better go to stovewood Ijoys The oil well was started at Hod ricks Friday noon is down sonIc 150 feet They struck a flint rook which gave them some trouble Georgo Witherow was here from Huntington a few days since solio iting men to go to Huntington to work on yards at 120 There art eome going In couvcreaUon will n mon who1 S SS J I i rr trjt1 J i t Kor well up on oilnnd formation etntllinilglIiI he gave it tlmt the formation that tho oil ut the lIeU rick will was found in covers a considerable area and is likely tow an extensive field Tlipro is no doubt that tho field in and around alt Lick and extending several miles away will prove to bo a pay og Held and would soon develop if we had some more publicspirited as one or two have expressed themselves to nio They aro willing o pay sonic man 100 and their of oil to drill a well on- heir land Now that sounds omething hike men wishing to dos they would be done by or in other words nrd willing tf helpS themselves make a fortune if ave oil Licklnpr Union J W lIam went to SaltLiok last Wednesday on special business Joo Jrnea and Mrl Sparks wont to Salt Lick Monday on business Lube Carey who hilI been poorly tuft some time with consumption continues very low M P Williams and Alpha B McKinney went to Salt Liok last Wednesday on business Mr Bashaw and family of near Frenchburg moved into Wash Thomas houso last Monday Four members of the West Lib Tuesdaylooldng leasoThe Central Oil Co drilled in n well on the Alley lease near the aaThe trustees have employed Mr Sparks to teach our school I sta ted last week that Mr Sparks was going to teach tho Yale school Its seemed as if the trustees oould not come to H conclusion eoMr Spark told our trustees ho would teach our school They accepted at once ItMr Sparks married a lady from Quincy Lewis Co her namo not learned We are glAd to have them with ua Mr Sparks and wife aro good Christian workers will bo n great help in tho Sabbatbschoo and prnyer meetings I am aluvay- glad to have religious people mov seId move In 0 people that will take up with th ways of ruffians from other sections of the country Upper Prickly Aeh Miss Mary Lou Carr of Mont gomery Co is visiting relative here Ashby Donaldsonof nenrSharps burg was the guest of Leslie Shrout Sunday Sirs Robert Lee Goodpaster of Salt Well visited Mrs HLyter Tuesday Juhn D Stone of near Carlisle visited hid son IL L Stphd and wife last meokSMrs E S Hamilton of Rooe Run visited Mrs Almanza Stone last Thurndity Mrs rJ Petersjpf Bethel vii jted her ncyShiout Saturday und Sunday RIII RJitlilT and wife of Sat Lick were guests of Caleb Ratlitf and wlfu Sundajr night Jiunes Iloreenian of 7aBhingtnn JDranch visited Iru daughter Mr- tBiF Siroul lust wcok Grant Coylo and wife of howu Prickly Ash wore guests of luh Coylo and wife Sunday- E S Hamilton and wife ofhlee s Run were guests of R L Stone ajul wife Sunday afternoon lrs Nancy Shrout and Mu ell AliceireekMrs Miranda II Warner nnd daughter Uollia L of Berry E1a r rison Co caino last Thursday to visit relatives here John Markland nnd wifo visIted the formers parents Nathaniel Markland and wife in Owingsville Saturday and Sunday Mrs Thomas Reid was very ur fortunate with her turkeys She luaU a bunch of 130 and cholera struck thorn nnd they all died but tenE F Harmon and wife of not Sunset Fleming Co wero guesl of their daughters Mrs W W Oa rind Mrs Almanza Stono from Wednesday till Sunday of Ian week Mrs Alfred Moore and Sherman Hamilton of Montgomery Co and Mrs John Coyle of lower Prickly 8hsh visited their mother Mrs Jennie Hamilton Saturday night an SundaySMrs Daniel Harper returned last Thursday after II threeweeks vie at Ashland und Catlettsburg Sho was verysick when she came homo but is better now Her son Jumes Harpor and wife of Catlcttsbur G accompanied her homo Stoops The crop of clovor hay hore is goodMrs J M Mallory is on tho sick list Leo Trimble of Mt Sterling was a visitor hero Sunday Mrs S F Deal of Judy viultod relatives hero Sunday The lust account of tho Iowa Idea line washed entirely away aYIITllloQnt Tho worst tax on married men is carpet tanks at housecleaning time Albert S Bridges is ablo to be out gain train u twoweeks ill nines The gentlo alioirers Monday knocked the dust off of everything here Miss Hattie Secrost of Judy is visiting her o usip Miss Anna Muj 1 t r aF- r f Ja r ra 5 UN4CHQUL J i i i j 1 2WIa 4A grand Sundayschool picnic Will be given J in reunion grounds near Salt Lick on the F- FOURTH 1 OF JULYExcursion trains from Louisville and Huntington j 1Goodan IiBirdSun- day and MOlld3YITo grow the beat gmallfruitSlI it sometimesTcqliires the biggostI man in the business An extra large crowd was out to hear Rev E O Guerrant preach ntI Springfield Sunday Indications at present are that tobacco worms are going to be ilcntiful this season Josinh Cooaahns sold 87 acres of hid Mason county farm to par ties at 3625 per acre rl1rF Hack Shrout of near Mt Sterling visited bee sister ilrs John W Thompson Friday They tell us that Love is blind Probably that account for c o many marriages going crooked Mrs John II Taulboo of Frank fort who is visiting her father Dr Waldcck has been quite sick cupHis upByWilliam O Tatil of Bramblett Nicholas county visitedrrelatives in the Springfialdneighborholld Saturday and Sunday Misses Laura Ida and Rosa Rob erson and little brother of nea Mt Sterling wore guests of their uncle T J Robcrson Sunday 8Among those who have volun teered to make up Booker Wash ingtons bed wo have not faucet ICtho name of Benjamin R THiman The squirrel law will be OUI tb week but it doesnt wake nay dif fcrcnco to us for the squirrel is a thing of the past in this neighborhood Overton M Jones and MrsJIi Giltuspie will represent this Sun dayschool at the Montgomery Co S S Convention which meets this week ut Caniurgo The Aarons Run and Dry Ridge baseball clubs crossed hats on Ut formers grounds Sunday Tb gnme resulted in a victory for Dry Ridge by a score of 7 to 6 A whisky salesman arrived in HiirveyvIIle Mov the other day t take orders The first one ho got was from a delegation of women It pot out of town and he iGod yot Out inKunsas they have found a new way to prevent wheat from taking the rust gp alt over th haiti pLun IIrOIt jiJudoi on v r jlnt piece of silk nriWiVrr wtisit wj never take the rust Will Turner one of our hustling farmers and who wus tho onI tlpllfothlitnlb tells in that ha packed sum of his tobacco away for U6eitwu36o that when went to get it the mice had eaten it all up Wa dont know whother the joke is on Will or the mjce The other dly In Fobs rarkn suburb of Chicago an indignn tion me = tingI1S held in the Opora huuse to prevent a negro man from buying a house in that suburb A petition was circulated and Wa signed by scores of men and women who stood high in society Po qUIte the Northerner own words the oni objection they had to the- mnnwa that his skin happened 1to bo black Let6 see that hap pened away up North where they are all tilts time raising so much bIKbout how the South traits the negro Sav yards Letter ttlLoulsYiIle Post Washington June 1Recent- t events in American politics have served to discover that Grover Cleveland has regained his former popularity and that the Democratic patty is again becoming indoctrinated with CloVelandism There is boomda who gavo it encouragoment und they half rogret they halt anythin Itto do with it The Repnblicnna art not exactly happy about it either but console themselves with tho c sertiori hIlI cant be nominated nohow That depends It is very flippantly declared thut tho American people expressed themselves very emphatically against a thirdterm 20 odd years nun and the Springer resolution of 1875 is brought cult and made to do duty That resolution declared emphatic eundemnation of anything that looks like a third term and Bald that was vhat the people thought about it Only eighteen votes were cast against the resolu Lion If I was Sheriff and hndn warrant for public opinion the last place I would look for it would be the House of Representatives tthi United States Congress I recoi lect that lnthewinterofl88O81ninc 110 oufof ten of tho Democrats in the two houses qf Congress declared that Samuel J Tilden would b the weakest man the Democrats could nominate for President In Jctho was t the only DemocratHwJio could have been elected g Again it is said thntGepGNmtii case settled the thm tern bueln7oe9 If thut is eril was 6cttledjiujTlje i p ast 7j ff m4 PJ rIW w jtt ifz lf 1 i tI 4 affirmative The only way theyiJ j beat Grant in the convention Wal for n large number of delegates tp v3L disobey their Instructions If thd nit rule had prevailed M Chicago irn 1880 ns it doesJiemocratiaS conventions Grant would have been nominated And baO bJjeen J nominated he would bavo been jelected Remember he was run ning against illumine foFXhe nomi nation and Blame watho idol of avery largo following He wai running agniruouJoho Sherman Sherman was Secretary and had nil the pie hot only of andIdepartment but of the whole ministration at hit command Be member that he 1Yauuppiogagain t the cry of third term and impo rialism and all that and yet he was nearly nominated aadlt ye 5 quired thirtysix ballots to defeaofhim The bolt of their InstructIo- nS 1 numerous delegates from NeW 4 York Pennsylvania and Illinoir was required to defeat him and he would have been nominated any how if Don Cameron bad not made an error of judgment As for Grants case it settles nothing against a third term and as for Springers political popgun scores f of men who were for itla 1875 worked for Grants nomination in 1880 The Democratic party is golngto tho next national convention bent s on two things ono is to make a platform Cleveland and Cleveland friends can stand on and noiuinttte a maui who can carry New there be such u man tag to be n consensus YOfkifI sense If ft appears after rnest search for the truth Cleveland is the only man who carry New York he will be nutcd if he does not positively thdlfii dine it You cnn make up mind to that The South will the business The South is 1t tJgo amiraoulousch30go has come over tthe conversation of many of our brethren of the South They intead fto inform themselves of public 1opinion nt the East and act accord ingly Mr Bryan will pot be able to stop them Mr lirjnn will net lj bo able to control the Missouri del ljegittion in the next national con 1 f vcntion and Mr Bryans Judger 4 Clark will nut get n vote east uf etho Mississippi river It may be that next year Mr Roosevelt will be so strung that thes5tDemocrats will lose but President Roosevelt will have a tong session uf Congress on his h tIlls hands in tutu meantime and 4 f iitdent Thero are a greu many ofYCuugrl66law fur a man to bo more than a quarter tta President They 1re liable to irritate a man whet would bb a whole President ad that is always dangerous from a political standpoint licsidet thero is tho Iowa idea that tauy refuse t ftsyru are Leare rGod save us from bad crops that would bring to life again the Pop ulist rButtlo thrdtorm idea Ii not dead There are a great many ex oellent people Avho are sentimental ly opposed to it and they would vote against It bccauo sentimentSwould drive them to make it para mount as an issue But there ares just ns many people who love novel ty and who would vote for a third term simply because it Ia third term and for no other reason L nirake no doubt that Gerurant5iwould have beaten Huncock much worse than Garfield heat him and there will be no killing of the third term idea until the people get a Whack at it at the polls SWo have heard a heap abo6t the follow on horseback They said it was Gen Grant thirty years ago they said U was Theodore Roose vet three years ago and faith it was neither of them Neither is it Grover Cltvolund The American people will not have a man on horseback till they want him and they are not afraid of him before ho 4iThatIn the American government andLx the American people who thinks a third term would bo the destruction ot the constitution or time undoing of the people SAVOYARD Bring In Your Watches I am better prepared to do yrUr work than ever before 1 am getting in neyin chinpry every fow days I can giva f 1 you better results Good reliable work is what I do You will find my priced lower than elsewhere and the work as fine as the finest BASCOM STURGELL EWELER Owingsville Ky y- tS4 sr j 1tfl lk ai rS SSSS5S