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I GoI 1J goI p 4 1191 r L r in d 0 t t f J 1 J jk J 1 f le4 t I W J tI TL fJ i r t r H 1for 06 M Icr xt- qr 61 tJJHIOF oJ pjf 96 4fIi 1f 4 J7 fIJ7E k t e r dJJ j 2 f ff j i t tuiniLtr Hr lr 5 41tI1j 001 o 1 L d i I Fjr r ft oiC v i 3vo XXV JOWINGSVr E KENTU KY THURSDAY JULY 23 1903 NO2 T c CXPING TO McrTEi 3 V I have rented a storehouse in Flemingsburg Ky and will open up business there on August 1st 1903 From now until I move I will sell anything in my large stock at cost I would rather have the cost in cash than move them I can replace them with I 1i i 9 less trouble and you get the benefit of goods without profit I have a nice stock of new 7 4 fresh goods and if you need Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats or Notions I can save you i 4 1ntleast 25 per cent soinetmes more Don A nUBS tIllS chance JAMES GillON= Ji you have a news 5When wish to communi THE OOTLOOK by phone ring up j r The public school per capita fo r this year is 260 Seth Botts sold twentyse cp tnt 976lb heifers to F P i 141Cot4o t sold to W J Fell r 100 bbls of corn to be delivered at bait Lick lat 375 Miss Mattie Woodson Borne west of town entertained the junioi social set Tuesday night a tkJ h WK MOST HAVE OUR MONET 6O Jr please call and settle S SLESSRR Miss Eva McKinncvan wi ln her terra of school at Sees ecriool J 4pff house the fourth Monday in JulV The Owingsvillo baseball cubI lt went ta Mt Sterling Tuesday and e 1 Imyed the Mt S team losintc by W 1to15 4 Kre Elva Catlette grass In the 0 caughtSrr lSaturd evening x J D J Power arid tenants of Burbridgas Branch sold 0500 Ibtr 1 l of tobacco to Snedegar Bros of 1 nbaeatvlot J r The weather is breezy and de t lijthtfully cool More dampness is 4 0 t tbatvlt needed to make it ideal cummer weather v r Although tha streets have been pi swept aad the dunt carted oft fre aZr quently every little wind findS plenty of dust yet a 4 There Ito be a reunion of the Confederate soldiers of Gen John r y Mcirganscommancfat Parks lUll r capgrnunds Aug 1820 b LosrA small brown rat terrier f 11ng Utl and legs tn dollars for rqi hIS rturaIi V Jo W W DABMKB Salt Lick Ky The nest yield of wbeatrppnrted a t this year ie a little over 30 bushel 4 per aere froai three measured arres- on A G V Cooks faro on Flat Crell5 eons July llth ladyB pnrkftlmok cnni a tainiajc r e money gloves hand c kerchief etc Get reward at OUT r LneLeMc- eJ KKP FivxAs successors to Os cerPalmer we are prepared to do UL everything the blacksmith ad carriage repair work having k rstelaM smiths and painters 4 Yts r fatraaage is sflllched- EtTILLJ ifc HoKAKXR Futeral Furaisbings Prompt c vlpmeats and modern services J also deeler In BrsYclass furniture of all descriptions Call and see I k licfAre Hrehadag elsewhere II D FARIS Owingsvjllc Ky a fLfixss Funeral Director and v T rx9 EmWlmerLbrr goldfllled watch rb jv Klgia moaiatIsItIals E JG oHeaM between Jorge Hill and A Grange City 5 reward to finder 1TxKATKOXD BUll bor Ky 4 POTATO BAIIS George Steelo a a brought laJi bttoch of five seed balls foaadoa a potato plant in l hit pak Formerly common Z they are to rate nowadayt that I isidypysap can name them at riffcU zc SNi L tie Quueaberry having gradiMsst the Commercial Cal leg of KMUeky University re tunMNl ta Jhwifaoaeiiear Ewlngton t list TkErsdayj prepuatrir1tobe It gIEiIg her school at Salt Lick t JltkIL Cum DIED Wo Satafagifs 5 yearoW daughter Maggie dielv of s msbraEs eroap n White VOak t Haaiay 4 was buried Tuesday 4 at the Tr mbo graveyard The ehild took the disease the same r TJ sifhtit died The parSs are i much sympathised with j 1 BpasT 8zieT S Shrout has i ld riot to or oxehaBged with htoIivrng elite July 13th MBftrilie re9sBct t Mist Blva Hart VfoMAlieB I Jbhft Chartler- giflhard Coaaer W AteldlO Mrt Jeha JaekMB TMarinii4hsCsrzjsWzOs fj1 JLGdpauter 1111 = t t t WMKatliff F rte HIlj preciBctr k GLIddl 1 lAwis Barber tf Joba Crajf 4reitoR preIsct 1 t hsrpiurg Dr J cK YS1R4r Ir1 y 4 I I t Wf1Jk1 J i frJ fIt v l rt 1JttT 1 jf J t t t J I iE1Lwr r J i t9 fti t1t lJ f it r t hI V7 = t I iJ io I rPERSON L Mr nnd Mrs Bascom Sturgoll were In Mt Sterling Sunday Dr W C Nesbltt of Sft Sterling WitS hero Tuesday afternoon Wallace McEIroy of Morion conn ty is the guest B GooUpnste- rJ M Rlchart wire and Miss LCI Barnes were in Mt StcrlliujMonday Mrs Josephine Moorns in getting along very well with her case of fe ver Miss Sallie Shultz of Mt Sterling came Monday to visit Mrs Alice Perry Royse Allen and wire of Millers burg are guests of Mrs James I Hughci Mrs Julia Ross and son lameWore In Mt Sterling Sunday with relatives Miss Annie Sheehan has been quite sick for several day with an attack of typhoid favor Oscar Palmer was out last week from ills spell of fever to tho delight of his many friends Mrs Hugh Cox of Bard town ar rived Saturday on a vlsiUoher fath cr Capt W P Conner James Jackson and family of Spencer visited his mother Mrs Sarah Jackson Saturday MWlter E RIchards of Cat iettsburg arrived Tuesday afternoon to visit relatives and friends Misses Eva MoKinnevan and Jes lie Atchison went to Georgetown MondaYnfternoon on a visit Claude Paxton wife and son Part ett of Mt Sterling were guests o r Wm H Daughorty8unday Dee Conndr who Is traveling for Mt Sterling wholesale groccy WitS at home Saturday and Sunday Miss Bertha Palmer ahd Miss Nee tor of ReYl bldllvllle wjre guests of Mr Bud Mrs Oscar Papjjer Satur day Miss Maud Coyle came down from Ashland lalltreek to visit her moth er Mrs and other relativcn Mrs Lee Moores of Lonisvllle ar rived SuodayW join her liUHband who is t of his mother Mrs JoMooroa Lee Moores of Lonisvllle came up Wednesday night to b9 with lila mother Mrs Joofplime Mooreswho has typhoid fever T S Shrotit attended the meeting of the Kentucky Funeral Directors Association at Frankfort Wednesday and iIiursdayufiastweck Mrs R If Bramhlett of Winahea tor llownR with hor mother Mrs JoMpMnet Moors ninca Wettfla day et r eatmnTbJr dar Miss Lnttlo Atchison returned Monday train a visit to Miss Mattie Reynolds at Flemlngsburg Miss Reynolds accompanied her home Mrs G W Conner son Harold Mrs C W Tlptoh MrsWmFMark and Mia Rattle Paris visited Mrs Elizabeth Buyd at Bherburne FrJ daySMrs John D McIntyre and daugh tore Lula May and Clara Dixon of Columbus O arrived Sunday after noon to visit Mrs Ed Barnes and other relatives Dr A B Boyd and Dr Henry Daily of Carlisle were In town last Thursday Dr Daily Is a physician and was looking out a location He came hero Tuesday to reside Mrs J J Nesbitt returned Satur day from a visit to her dauahter Mrs W P Strader at Lexington Sho and Mrs Strader will F vo the ensuing week for a trip to Michi gait Mrs J M Boss and little dapghter Julia Gardner will return Wednesday from a visltto relatives In Mt Ster llnir They will be accompanied by Misses Lillian Samuels and Mary Duty Mrs Henry Schwab returned from a visit to her husband Saturday night being accompanied from Mt Sterling by C W TIpton and wife Mr Schwab has leftthe hospital but remains in Cincinnati for treatment for stomach trouble Coleman S Templtman of Moore field was in town Saturday to attend a meeting of the Bath county direc tors of the Hunt Home Insurance Co to select delegates to thenflxt general meeting of the company to elect a general manager Visitors to Mt Sterling Monday Mr and Mrs Thoa L DarneD Dr O W Conner Henry Hopkins A T Byron Tom Daugherty H CoyleT S Bhrout Morris Brown Sam Lathram LM Atchison John L Vice Emmet Fratman Frank Perry Qeo T Young O A Peed W H Daugherty John Tlncher fThe ladle of tbeChristianChurch have annouB0t4 n icecream sup per for Wdi jdaynllht j f thu fVeeato be ajvenat Sri The old publia well by the Bern mary fence has been flapped with a big sawed freeetpno slab will have a pumpput in and furnish its quota of water The Merehead baseball Thursday afternoon did the work tor the OwlngsvilUs by 19 to 12 although the latter had a lead of 12 to 3 in the fifth inning DEATH OF MBS PAD COLLIXS Mrs P O Collins of near Craig died of ponsufflptiott Monday after r nqoa and Was burled at the Purvii graseyardtTueday afternoon She was P U 8 second wife be ing married to him about six 01 eaven years ago and resided up on the Mt Starling coal road before f marriage She leaves la husband and afiVeyearold daughter whc have the condolen = esk of the Ir frlBBdt jn thplr wirrpw J a a a 4 a IHAS FAITH AND NnuTom has faith in rain coming yet and proved his faith by work in engff Mng to Wm T Warner 101 and Jeh Allison 50 bbls of no corn to be in Owingsville at250 EARLTM KNINQ MAIL REOULAaL This town isto have anearlymorn lug mall regularly beginning the first of August tho carrier meeting the 648 a m train at Preston lostmnster Barnes is successful in improving our mail service and de serves much credit for his hustling qualities tIDAILY MAIL TO BETHEL Job Manley has tho contract for carry ing the mail to Bethel via Hey noidsville and began Monday This Ie n change that will bo gratefully appreciated by the people in the section served and is owed to the efforts of Postmaster James A Barnes SrLIKTEBrULLEUS R E D E E U B D TnEMBELVESt The Splinterpullor baseball club rtdeeaed itself Friday afternoon bWdafeating the Wyoming juvenil VJub by 19 to 18 The Reds had rf double revenge guying the Owl gnill League team on their defeat by tho More heads and crowing over their own victory UT STERLINQ CODBT There aeI a big crowd at Mt Sterling MoaI day and about 3000 cattle oti thImarket Cattlo were slow sale and iJ riceiTfoV A few muleB2ci sold at 5 to f15 off Several buntdred sheep were offered Vice sold three mules at 9175 165 l and120 respectively TS Shrout sold a horso for 1115 jWarreners nt 3 oclock Tuesday morning of consumption Sho was Mr v nrreas second wife and her maiden name bpiag Annie Kendig r She was from Salt Lick No fur ther details could be secured at the time of going to press The be reined husband has Tan OUTLOOK sympathy in his hour of trialINOTICE The Republicans Bath county arc hereby rcquc to meet in tunes convention at Courthouse in the town of On i 7yulejuva rTclook p myto select dale glttell to attend the 35th tienator- cnnvoDtion If at Morehead Ky o Tuesday August 4tb 1903 at 3 oclock p m to nominate a caftdir0 date to be voted for at the comiBB Novvaber election 1903 J A DARNER Chairman REUBEN GODQCLL Secreaty J IIOLDPAPEasYreVW pf Salt Lick favoreduu with a eop lICstNwt of June 5 1872 ditto of Jail 15 1874 and Tns OUTLOoK of nl a tiInteresting 1orwho have from the It hthatelated by the generations tor cSm1 r than a file of local papers carulIipreserved JJI 1morninga mob of 25 to 50 persons overpifw ered Jailer Morris at the FleraiBf burg jail took therefrom JtThacker and hangedhim to a4 ri II tree within thqtown limits Jjk e er yelled and fought and wee whangedhome from a dance in town thua hiiiThacker killed young Johnr36r don nearly three years ago r iMRIl a row with him without any preVd cation so said Thackorwastriedo twice each trial resultiag a I ibeingDTNAHITE ACCIDENT On MeE- Jday o of last week Leslie Hendrixj lr Joseph Hendrix and Chas Hra back were blasting rook in a poOlI leingdug on the formers plae ithe northern part of this county A charge of ten sticks of dynSBit r was being tamped rather vigorittiii ly with a drill by HornbackM Hornback father of the latter iiL eccountot the danger had rewriMj to the hillside some distance iriy The blast went off premature jt l shocked the three men dangetfH IIy When the older HornbaceMf others got to them Leslie Heajtkij was over the fence at someIbut he doesnt know whether h was blown there or ran there tThi other two wore blown only al fey feet Leslie had no wounds I hieyes were affected and he sick at the stomach Joo had a gain in hit chin one in his ejiiH k and one in his templo and one his ankles was broken HornJMH had his hands severely torn and eM eye affected AH three men were able to walk Neither will likely lose hit eyesight The blast had torrt up the rook without scattering fragments which was tacky for the pQp j tw b o Too FREE WITH WEAPON Ben jamin Helpbensteln attended the forehead Owingeville baseball ame Thursday Going out off town late in the afternoon ho met Mrs Ruy Patterson and Mrs Ford Pattenon and fired off bis pistola number of times to their great alarm Officers went after and arrested him AHo was fined 50 fort bootingoirtho unit charge4JoVaa n soldier in the Philippines land a second lieutenant in Co C 2d Kentucky Regiment during the Spanish war AT THE CONVENTION R Gudgell says that he has attended with but two exceptions all of the StateRe publican conventions held during the past thirtyfive years and the one held en the 15th and IGtb inst was decidedly tbe largest and best representation of the State organi zillion It was clearly demonstrat ed that exGovernor Bradley is the foremost man and the idealof tlw party in the State The Louisville delegation was smirched withDom ocratic manners of selection but for which Col Belknap seemed not to be pereonally responsible The ticket was well distributed in the State toe friction engendered will soon pass away and it in well dora onstrated that the ticket will be a strongone Mr Gudgell was one the vicoprcsldentc JJllIT3McCue of a sent to the of Judge J y t burg and0 V i I as a sold f and in oiried u VY edtheg the reg conduct battle oi ed som- Wostcot I I recent re I he figurer of his ma t San Frab dOns he was wife bulieaQ1ercin siIS tt1t 1Pfr IflOOfl a ar Kr IJEoa j Judgb J jrjrdeNelton4 of Bfearpaburg liis tion1h pf btain either by purchase nr I4i lid he is now doubtless the v extensive reader in this seetiotrBJ thin Stat Kis range of reading iaeludes poetry historybiography Jtfon and current literature aad pttrlYrE hit numerous other dutiesIiIce early childhood he particular fondness for reading jmetIeisonadifFerentiateaJiim from others wk j eail for pleasure or J hleeerta1nty of instructiontlI j tor typographical hat may appear in the book he J 5l5 That he is a connois6eu5ria ebjrect punctuation the Us- ocid gf J English construction of see nces paragraphing and other I iuoh requisites of modern high I ass literature is attested by HiV Act that during the pnst five years- S has never failed to find errors la very book perused by him Recently Judge Nelson has bea ning tbe publisheroof books ia- liich he finds errors calling thi1r- ttention to the same or elaefeIa reconstructed some sentenect i made other changes with tho ijfe ariable result that tbe publls ikvo by lottoracknowledgedJudf Sfelsons correctnsB and have joe nized his ability by InoorpornHBg bookIbi6rrection y him Hehasreceivedfrcmjiev ral publishers offers of tho peel- ion of proofreader correcter r tvisar of manuscript or book ted- ytor in ther establishment and he seriously thinking of aocepUag oqheBesides possessing a liberal education Judge Neltonis a graduate from the law department of fce Northwestern University Chicago i Ke served as Police of hi PWflAttorney several terms Yet hs ii young man being only thlrtrf eight years old He is now ediWi if the World a local paper pub H hed at Sharpsburg and hit edit fial duties embracing the prepar t ation and proofreading of all mat tr for the paper together with as born trait to have everything eratIy rghth developed in him tie proficiency that may sooiarJBMNtel ifedu a valuable man for so 1jijtIj i bI- Nng mLB7g the NE- I r 1 Fill OWIKVGS i HOUSE Jtour GHICKESEf EGGS alBUTTEROASHP ID T4NLItt MARKIJAND Jt 1i trfk J RACKET STORE7 DURING THE MONTH OF JULY we aregoing to give special bargains each week Come early and get the benefit of these special prices before theyare paperr52c 50eSlates laojeleucopeaBoys Corduroy Pants 85opr t Freezer the best 2 Oo10bacco23cJellyShoo Strings 12 fur 3c Boys Suits at Reduced Prices CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W1 HEFLIN Owingsville Kentucky SE LLIN 0 OUT TO QUIT BUSINESS J From this date June 24 I will sell mv p stock of goods AT c T 4 f I r S Y I 5 i tfis t a t tt of 7 J t L i t i r apr StS I I t a if 4 r tSb I or r ftng w a that it is too late now lomake jbalf crop of corn no matter if it M rain To us it appears that tpfpuiifea a worse droilth than in 1 In that year early cnrn ban affloleut rain in the fore partI bf teajiqa tu make something but hit year early corn Is a failure al Oitbcie hasnt been sutI ettjjrinisturG to keep it growing olysince the ground dried Hi aftcrtho wet season during th rt half of April sever did the1 round got ao and th clods rOve so untractable J forward in IIrchandiVheat is yielding at the thrq4b r less than half a crop Wherwer ie wheat was grazed in the otfrly pring the yield has boon g1t sometimes not worth harvesjt tirfmDgrffp when the stand bad been good tat timothy was light Oats have beer almost failure- obacco has a chance yet Jf IleKty nf rain falls but it will be Ketsary for frost to come late to Vble it to mature i somo parts especially on ito Oak and in the Wyoming jams tenants are in despair and y have thrown up their crops to work elsewhere others are alk ng of doing the same The prospective scarcity of feed course has knocked the price stock It is said that the northern part fthe county is In a worse condi Ian than in the neighborhood of htt town- Gardens in town are doing no- bd I SavoyardSl tter Louisville Post About a year ago and eves e- er before it was proclaimed from th housetops that a certain class postoffice officials were tired of presence of Eugene F Loud of California in the National Legit lature and that they bad raised a aP ga fund with whish to buy Mr Lds defeat of the voters of the Ifh California district The tHag was dons openly and boast lly and a man was dispatched to SalFraacIico with the boodle He Ifotas far as Texas when the Post ee Department was aroused to a Mte of decency if not to a sense et and he was ordered back heItthe boodle continued the Jur nejiland did its corrupt work Mr Louds defeat was bought and the nation deprived of an able igllant and honest public servant Yrbat was done in the noonday aadwith a flourish of trumpets Tb 1fecutive department invaded lS ifi lativo department end bta seat in Congress When it uri suggested that the Presi dent dismiss the ring leaders wha did they do Why they defied him bddec arodthatlho did M of t a irWfff i c dent was sqt teat man hopedto retain National Legislature he iuu meddle with the graft of oitvsSfi executive employee With that episode in mind no body wet greatly surprised when numerous scandals were unearthed m the PostoffioelTepartment The whole establishment now under suspicion That there is wasteful extravagance ie admitted by every bdy and that there is wholesale corruption is suspected by every pi ttIyears ago w heap of progress since then and itm is not eo safe an enterprise to loot the government as it was in those days Investigations are more Ii tho able to investigate and proaocu tions moro liable to convict this thing is oartninnnd that is tbutgc many millions have either been stolen or boon suffered to go to waste The Fostofflce Department to ought to turn a suiplus into the Treasury instead of complaining of a deficit If administered en business instead of political prin ciples it would be a moneymaking ta concern But tho establishment tla- hls boon a political machine for 100 years and will rumaia apoli tical machine for many years to come but there are some unhappy boodlers standing round theso days th If the PostofHce Department tastes it is only waste at the spig the ot with the waste at the bung practiced by the Pension Of the flee but the Pension Office has law of rfor it Ever since Bently left the eat Pension Office that establishment has been administered on political principles with eyes for votes Both parties are responsible It the was a Democratic House that tried efit to buy the soldier votes by meant of the arrears bUland that measure cost the taxpayers of this is country more than half a billion and will cost them more than a y jilhon additional before the thing is done with It cover made a o Democratic vote but did nick tens of thousands of Republiean votes Then there was the do pendent pension bill that cost bun dreds of millions Neither did that make a single Democratic vote but it was a most moat re eruiting officer for the g o p Graat and Garfleld said 30000000 was Uo much for peasioai The regular appropriation is way above 100000000 more than that No body objects to paying pensions to the men who fought the war but t there ia never a coffee oboist who is note pensioner or seeking to be II a pensioner XliverCromwell administered tho government of England an ex posse not exceeding the amount Charles II paid out in pbnsfpns to this worthless courtiers What Charles lavlshedonBarbarayiliiors would have paidab4d subsisted a L fii j 7 SADDLES AAHNESIII Why buy n shoddy socalled handmade or machinemade i JFmadeleather and by men that only make firstclass work SADDjJIs c II you try one act of our handmade buggy harness you rIhl always use them I have the best line of riaddlery goods In tblt part of the State I am Yours for best saddles and haraesg EUGENE MINIHAN OwiNosviitiGf KIS- AM Pa ATCHISON DRUCCISTt irf FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBffiGd CIGASSt BUY GREEN SEAL 5CEjfr FOR MEN WOHEN and MADE IN LOUISTILLE JLY US AJ r WITH LOUISVILLE XAKTANIMEb SOLEStHi bestwearing leather in the world S sale For by Oscar Chand leri ej I iiJea IikP- I i r J f r J 0t fai Jc l t I t f 5v rtV I b r 07 t j4 j i 1 flr j Ii o i f 1 11 4 fl a J ve f t 01 Iti jII 1 i4 t4 t j Ta j 1 y l JJ iil tojf I vt 1tJH 4I Jf I i V IoriIf l i + i J I l 1J 2jrls = f Pi F J ff 4ta r frIbw4TIi- l J If IJjJ twfl r t1 Irll t t if t1 0 J fiJ E V S rIt ii J1 iff t t f k1 rr Vf i ft 1 to f o i ii fi j Ind bareu uie Ki fIaBdto be courted by every cabinet of Europe For the England of Charles Continental Europe had nothing but contempt That was the difference between honest government and corrupt government between frugality and extravagance When Napoleon Bonaparte found a man stealing from bli be ordered a atosa of grenadiers to put the- ref out of the way aad it was a uth that a corrupt contractor ho dealt with rNapoIeon was in ore danger than the soldier of the grand army who participated the havoc of Eylati or the grenadier of Imperial Guard who made tho charge at Wugram Nobody got something for nothing from the qvernwen of the Corsican con queror Ho was firm iti the belief that it was the duty of Ercachmen support the Empire cnd nut the duty of the Empire to support Frenchmen It is not possible that our gov ernment except our municipal es blishmentsla as corrupt a Kng nd under flic Stuarts or France under the Bourbons but ours is n sadly extravagant government It costs nearly 750000000 a year Our pension roll costs more thane German army or the English navy It is twice as much ttt all expendituresof the government when Buchanan was President At assessed valuation of the State Kentucky the pension roll would up all the property real per tenal and mixed of that State in three or four years While the South pays her part of the taxes North reaps nearly all the ben arising from the pensidh grab But government eventh beet and the honestest is ever costly ItI like a doctors bill or a drug bill You know that it is necessary but ou feel that there ought to bOa way to avoid the payment an hon rablo way But there will be doc tor bills and drug bills as long as there is disease and tbere will be governments as long as man remains uncivilized When man finds himself Immune to disease doctors and druggists will have to find other callings When man find himself Immune to rapacity and injustice government will be a useleus job There no use for armies nd navies when men take as much trouble to keep from injuring their neighbors as they now try to keep neighbors from injuring them When all of us know the rightand- re disposed to do the right there will be no use for courts r justicr Nobody will violate the law apd the statutes ofcrfmesand punish ments will becomo OB unelcFanetbo ower of Babel and as much ofacurldsity But that day is a long way off Tile rLflIOtd nayeBfVoujrgen s i i1 J O jS r- rOfE 8 1 1HapibtVg C fthoughtland has Motiied the world tbsTtSt Persian gulf if an English lake sad that the rest of the worldcac gov era itself accordingly unless it wants a fight Russia is march njt to her destiny and Russia inter prets hr destiny tbe ualverul lominion of the terrestrial globe rUncleSlAor iI is rather impatient fur sorsebodttto have thc impudehcb to step on lthem A big war with somebody of our sizo or better two pf our size would be mighty jjopular in thcee United States Amer ctrll t now SAVOYARD WATCH J REPAIR INGt ft QopdWork Promptly Doner 1 BEST MATERIAL USED AT JFAIR PRICES BASCOM f 1 STURGELI irOwinPUREBRED 1 lPOLAND foJ CHINA tioosn RsALEBX JSaltToATLANTlC GITY WITHOUT CHANGE via THE SCENIC C0Through Washington and Philai delphia priv t llegesrelurnlngf V p Special LexLsgtor51l40u yr f i Thursday Aug J3 190- 3Eoundtfip irate p t tickets good 12 day Tbo Best Route andljie BwivTi fr Ui see Atlantio Cify at Its Height l Through PullmaH SIeepers truiiLexington to AtlanticCity For deeeIptice 4G PAcuriqidnaii o Gzo 1V lLtLtE IALexington Ky 4 sLSI t 3 p I I 4 tr t oc 7 r iJw i4 is 4 te J 54 Ct0- r jibtochIt t + t jvTHE FEUER WITH GRIT I to Theres always a chance In the world my son fer the teller with snap an gotfeller who sighs an who never tries dont stand a ghost ot a show f The path to success Is rugged an rough- Ptheresobstacles strewn In the way t a teller can look fcr some good hard t i knocks an troubles from day to day t Youll never win out If you loiter behind an stroll it a careless pace Fer the chap that straddles the boss Ss called Ease dont come In ahead In theracewThis your an let It through life apply Its the feller with grit who Is bound to git the bigger plum In the pie You cant sit back In these hustlln days r expcctln to reach the top jI Ther youkn6wAn linger along In Luxurys lap to be 4 coddled an nurd an fed- 4 Fer while hes anttUn sweet sympathy aheadC the man who tackles right In with vim An lets folks know theres nothln slow Serlazy thats allln him Itva homely ta1e but twill never fall If you only have nerve to try I Iff the feller wltn r1t who Is bound to tlt the blcxestplum In the pie Of course youll butt Into tome hard rocks while sallln along through e life a Some folks wont agree with you ah me youve got to expect some strife Youve got to fight some battles severe 4 but stay with the toe to the endtFer the man with sand Is bound earn mand the respect of the world my t 1 friend Keep dtffgln away with a heart of cheer p discouragements cast aside V Bucces hard won Is work well done to S the feller whO knows hes tried hIheap an all of your foes defy I Itathe feller with grit who Is bound to Kit the biggest slum In the pie aS v iFarmerj fI I Mystery df the- BayonWoodsr I s JllWTVD KS1nfZD Ls r aI J J icoptgbtms by N SflOig2eWPpPflCO ChAPTER V COSTIXCISD q j iere waR1 perceptible stillness t 7 emlIage when the next wit J j was COIICI and Ot 1 fII 1 i f9 J 2 r s rcf 5 Iia ok tSllt f 4t 4 tr J rs 1I tq i s4 if 4 a C 4t1wi t J i h i l Io 1 1 y 3t 1 j 1 i tf twith shis deatnTvVery vCIIXu the trnubkr that hate overtaken me and- 7 1theIIi satisfy your curiosity and readybo narrate Ask me what You i 3wur 4ii will Tepwiimy former question aid IhecorcuacrVWhy did your Jtltber ppos3ouZlDarrla4 I fi Ills objection was to my wife On account of herpt verty or any r thing of that kind 5I cot that I know of His objection was n personal one A Hardly that For she was beauti ii fnl arid amiable ns well 01 dont understand then what his objection tq her could have been VilI you cxplafn ItT Well if you must have it my father many yeaw ago got into a I r Jefferson1axtHBfbrttiMte affair ie every and reference tn it was carefully avoided In our family My father was a very neverfs vnllofroahoment to e was 15 rand I 4 0 sever knewtbefull details of the af fair Indeed I only knew that years go he hid his orerseer and juryTqI cs the daughter of Jefferson Baxter ft and when my father learned that Is was about to marry her he moved 1e yen and 1ejrth to break off thea mitch but would not listen to hiss i BccQnUnglydlsinn l come again into his presence V1 You have sometimes solicited aid s of ypuBOtYes unfortunate i Ia bti1ness My wile a continued ill pe has been tkiauze ofmy losing 4several goo4xiltIons all I have al J Y I ythOlgkt Jhatmy first duty was io her At times we have been In myit and help us TKe last time I went r iitvas a fevyd3 J3 fore his body was y dIeeovzed iiitfeed it was the day 2beforehe waVaurdered a 1Kd you wjarrel with him and tbrafen him on thatday C stormyii5 fkfjfwir Ja certain however that nInevertbreatcned hisi and I never dP entertained any idea of wreaking ven gwanee upon iiIin f fpr of course it l Tvaa IIf privilege to raale himself i rt granite towarfjswll he so chose who4iwouHt this orisae1 i J a8pP I could but 1 decliner JJ k N give siy surmises for testimony S t Thi jUMwer created considerable ijpeeHlatleH 1t8tlillt as they would i ie triteeM could jibfbe made to say i r wetke r ke h id 1I By suspicions or ci rJnittliey were Hii testimony ill- thatLvwu tIgnllty person others eid y SiI wik Wi they beli YM tileytrWtfc earth of a1iok a man aa John IwriTbtsKIbSs1ayoungaan- whoSst1Ml1rT the ft fs 4i l + 1 i r a i iii2t Jfor r J SIor t r ttr 6 l tA 7iJr J f SIt J OI I5tl= oJ 1f r OJ b i i l t t ted anywhere In the vi Pvne murder lie replied In mathe dropped in at Uncle Dicks cabin get warm he said andafter had left him and was going to the city 1 met Herbert Wright between there and the city Who is Uncle Dick lie is an old hunter who lives by himself in a cabin in the Bayou Woods Doesnt have much to do with the world but lies always very glad to see anybody who comes to his place Where is his cabin Its on the long road through the liayoti Woods You kno Herbert Wright Yes I haXe known him since we ert boys Did you stop and talk any It was bitterly coldand he teemed almost frozen I spoke to him allll asked him where he was going that vasall Did he reply tone did What did he say He said he was going to Uncle Dicks What time was it when you saw hUn 1 It was about a quarter past five vl thinkDid you notice any weapon or bludgeon about him t think he carried a stout stick While this witness was giving his testimony a detectivecame hurriedly into the room and called the chief of police aside They engaged in eager conversation for soMe minutes When he chief returned to his place lie whispered something into the ear of the coroner who listened attentively proceedingsA witness was next produced who ad seen Herbert Wright in town about 630 oclock of the day of the murder Tbe witness was in n snloon t the time had seen WrigHt enter pour oUt a very large drink of whisky and gulp it down Did he pay lor it Yes apfearanceUe or very coldJle hind a bundle under his arm which I took for groceries After this witness hind been ex amined Wnrde whispered the chief that he considered it a pretty lame case against young Wright You still hanker after the mysteri ous arctics do you Yes Of course your theory Is more sensational and picturesque but as a generul thing murder Is a rather pro till you hear all the will say 2ti t t t i a r irf4alif i a 1 i it Ij Lltit I 1 1 r k1 tZ r3t 0 ri f i J1t 8t jj iij ttli iI SItE WAS SLENDER AND QRACEFULi OF FIGURE intOtbe room Decidedly her appear 1eiutInterestingW ric studied thr fate of the young iYitli not I itUe curoslty for thelkpludcd life which her taciturn forced his family to lead speculatlremuuity She was slender and graceful of figure with a rather pale face re eJesAJihoughrxpresHion of her face was haughty selfpossessedrather than sore lIomevhntdlmany tears over tIle crime that had thatbelfentun ddmestic tragedy for the face that ytoitaveand emotionless anti one gifted with psychologic power niight have been able to construct a family history with its secrets itf injustices its erue l i the set lines of that young girls lair and beautiful face Ifwas soon evident rthat whatever sympathies she had were enlisted in behalf of her brother Several times in the course of the examination she seemed on the point of saying nome thIng condemnatory of her father butthe tragic character of his death restrained her Tier self poslesslon was faultless in Its frigidity mid she answered all the questions put to her with the clearest precision questlolUlcnyQurfatberjMy father entertained a feeling of LytoWard IybeingAnd your brother how did he feel toward your father asked the eoroi ueri promptly That you had better ask him pid ho eveV express himself vln dlcUyely toward your father in your attlmesjofm whypebringing about your fathers death I jiosot He could hardly hive ex pectW ay father ja Ua7e him any thing IIave you exaaeyouiUt1i ltiI 17 irr 7 JJ j lftl r t b ci 1 d 1 0 1 r 2 IUb1jecthe left a will or not I do not Do you know Miss Wright asked the coroner quietly what kind of a watch your father had Yes sir- Describe it It was a plain gold watch with out any ornamentation whatever I dont think it had even his name on it It was presented to him a few years ago by n Creole friend of his Wan there any sort of inscription on it Yes the French word Auntie was engraved inside the casek OyouCertainlyII been handed him by the chief of patlice the coroner took out watches One of these he examined for a moment and then passed it to the witness with the question Can you identify this watch Yes it is my fathersTDid this other him A second watch of a handsome design was handed to her which she was positive she had never seen be fore This watch hind no inscription of any kind but it bore the number 9009 and was of a Swiss make The coroner then handed her n pair of sleeve buttons a diamond pin and tafled the sleeve buttons and the knife as her fathers but did not think the clilitofthe pin before While this part of the examination was going on Miss Wright was nerv ous and wore a startled air which might be interpreted either as an admisnion that she had been subject Ledhad not expected or a fear that she was giving testimony to the detriment of her brother in some way which was inscrutable to her Grop ing thus in the dark she was growing more and more agitated and her self possession was near to breaking down completely Fortunately she was not subjected to any further inquisitorial process anti half dazeTl with fear and uncertainty she left the stand and quitted the room casting as she did so a glance full of questioning de spair upon her brother The full significance of this testi mon was now brought out by plac ing on the tnnd Detective Kenton He told a very plain and damaging btOrY Yesterday afternoon he said Herbert Wright was arrested on ns is customary he jsSS r Nsl l q i f l f J i t fo f i s1oo a a1 1 tt t oi 0 It fLtit oJ1tit vA J it4 to i tir 1 io i ijiiefl Jowatt came In anJrctlonwns therefore Jut six oclock as that was e closing tlmeThe description igVfn by the clerk tallies with young Wrists sppearailce and the givh in Pt n tdt name aroused ii 8nviIr A l i to Keckacs pawn shop r tact that under like aiystericus ti instances Wright had pawned another watch under the name of Jowntt and it was done shortly aftej six oclock I obtained froni the pawnbrokers the variousar tides and turned theih over Jo ti chief The witness then identified the ar ticles already offered in evidence as those which he bad obtained from the pawnbrokers Necknr and the clerk from Kosen thaIs were then introduced and they identified Wright as the young man who under the name of Jowatt had pawned the watches and other arti clesThe testimony was eompletedvlth the evidence of the sheriff and the chief of police The material point in their testimony was that they with the permission of Mrs Wright nndin her presence Ijad gone through all the private papers of her husband and had found no will The significance of this fact was of course brought to the attention of the jury by the coroner who stated that in the absence of a will Mr Weights property would be divided without prejudice between his chil dren and consequently Herbert Wright was a direct beneficiary by his fathers death The testimony given by the offl cets produced n profound impression not only on the jury but on the ro assembled there Even Warde who had been inclined to entertain a belief in Wrights innocence was staggered for a moment It was not an easy matter to conceive an ex planation of the damning facts that had been brought to light As for Herbert Wright himself he seemed to be dazed by the cbainof circum stal1tl l evidence which had been 9aupon it a growing horror depitced Itself Was it the despair of innocence surrounded by n network ofappar ently unanswerable accusations Every bit of testimony seemed to em body a charge Or was4t the stupor of guilt detected tfcat appeared in his face f The coroners jury made no at tejmpt to construct any theory of In nocence but brought in a verdict that the deceased had come to his death from blows and wounds in ftlcted tTh1e iso ITo Be Continued KseieUoa of a Bachelor There is no way of getting out of a gettingThe way to praise anything a woman wears Is to tell her how pretty she looks in It The fun that a woman gets auto an argument is the chance to cry and a manto get mad When a woman confesses her age she thinks to let you know how mud younger she is than her younger sis ter A woman can land being kissed against her wilt all right but i makes her very indignan ifjroii dqnf prStehl4if1 fQm tfi Yi im i I I j = wr I f fp REPUBLICAN TICKET Morris R Belknap of Louisvill Nominated For Governor The Platform Adopted Endorses the Administration of President Roose velt and Denounces Asoasslna tlon and Lawlessness Louisville July 1GThc Kentucky lepublican convention was called to order Wednesday afternoon Tho Del nap forces nominated Maj Wm C wens for temporary chairman and ho as elected by a vote of 1571 to 675 n favor of Charles Dlanford ExGov Bradley introduced a resolu ion endorsing the administration ot President Roosevelt and It Was adopted by a standing vote Tho committees on credentials rules and resolutions were then announced nd the convention adjourned until morning Louisville Ky July 17The republican state convention Thursday even- Ing nominated tho following ticket For governor Morris B Belknap of Louisville lieutenant governor J B WilhoIt of Ashland treasurer John A Black of Barboursvillo auditor Geo W Welsh of Danville attorney general W M Beckner of Winches er secretary of state J C Speight of Mayfield A second day of picturesque politi al maneuverings in the state conven lon of the Kentucky republicans faIl- ed to culminate in the final grand surprise of a winning dark horse whose coming had been hinted at and whose followers during Wednesdays ses slons set the political managers to guessing Col Morris B Belknap ot a wholesale merchant widely known throughout the country received the nomination for governor on the first ballot His delegates con trary to predictions stuck to him though how much of their tenacity can be charged to the announcement by Gov Wm O Bradley that he was not a candidate can only bo conjectured Mr Belknap was nominated after an enthusiastic supporter of Mr Bradley had placed the former governor in nomination and the followers of Augustus E WIllson had tacitly withdrawn the man supposed to be Mr Belknaps nearest competitor by falling to present his name The threatened stampede to Bradley was quelled in an emphatic declaration that he would not be a candidate but for some unknown reason the convention officers called his name during the ballot and ho received a greater votes than Clifton J Pratt ctlvo canvass e adopted ffi ltJ I fr t =2 4 JJoi f 1 iil uun of the Philippine question In his firm j sinreference to the anthracite coal st rjiC stleetoiama officialtinhisngofcflcalerrortslawful combinations and in the iayothePhilippinesLouisiana territory or with Call ornla when acquired He has shown himself a strong executive as he is enthusiasticallynation for the presidency in 190 We denounce assassination anj lawlessness whether In SerVia or Ken onhgence of the state through Its gisia 1clestobordersWe especially arraign the pr Sent agthepolitical and partisan purposes wlth rimebytUnefromNo reference to the money que itioa was nade In the platform Flo Bob Sold For 13000 orCothe paddocic at Washington Parkacll FioBobEd TIptoncOf New York for the sum of 13000- Conference of Populists and Fuslo Ft Worth Tex July 17 National Committeeman Jo A Parker darIssuedullsts and fusionists to be held at ten ver July 27 28 and 29 Died From Lockjaw Denver Col July 17Richard M Lord aged 13 is dead of lockjaw Caused by a burn received from the epio slon of a percussion cap This is the third death here resulting from the use of toy pistols on the Fourtlj of July Wisconsin Bank Failed La Crosse Wis July 17The Farmers and Mechanics bank of ban gor Wis has been placed In the bands of a state bank examiner Idj8 gossip caused a run on the bank that It could not withstand Brussels Carpet Union Expelleq Philadelphia July nTho Bruise Is Carpet union of Philadelphia which Was affiliated with the Central Union bytheBrussels carpet weavers returned to work last week The Shamrocks Race Atlantic Highlands N J July 7w After a 40 mile leeward and wln4aai race off Sandy Hook light ship biTto rock III led Shamrock I to the filJ line by 6 minutes and 30 secocls IshI wonty only 15 second hem n t ft tjjr 1 It r 7IJr 0i t HIS PARTING WORDS Grand Chief Engineer P M Arthur Dropped Dead While Speaking Winnipeg Man July 17P M Arthur grand chief engineer of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers dropped dead at midnight while speaking at the banquet of closing the annual union convention of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers which has been in session for the last few days Mr Arthur had just risen to respond to a toast and repeated the words It may bo my parting words to many of you when lie fell backs ard and expired Cleveland 0 July 20The body of Peter M Arthur grand chief engineerho f the Brotherhood of glneers who died suddenly in Wlnni peg Man last Thursday night reach ed this city Sunday night over the Lake Shore railroad It was accom panlcd by four members of the Broth erhood from Winnipeg one from Rat Portage Ont and another from Moose Jaw N W T There was no repre sentatlon of engineers to meet the body on its arrival this being in ac Arthurswill be conducted as privately as pos- sIble In view of the wide acquaint once and the position held by Mr Arthur MUST GO TO THE CHAIR The K app Jury Brings In a Verdict of First Degree Murder Hamilton O Julyl7A verdict of murder In the first degree without rec ommenUation of mercy which means death in the electric chair was brought In by the Jury In the Strangler Knapp case at 735 Thursday mornln The Jury had been out since 505 Wednesday evening The first ballot on Knapps guilt Is said to have stood 11 to 1 the second was 8 to i the third 10 to 2 and tile next 11 to 1 At midnight thelurors stoppe and amused themselves by telling yarns and jokes and at 4 oclock they began arguing with the solitary Juror who finally agreed with them at 430 Thursday morning- It Is said Juror Warwick was the juror who held out for a recomtnenda tlon for mercy but finally agreed with the majority Knapp received the verdict coolly but paled visibly as he heard his doom The verdict was a complete surprise to him as he felt sure he would not get a death sentence Only Wednesday ho bet 25 cents with a tel lowprisoner at the jail that he would escape the death sentence A motion for a nqw trial will be made Knapp was on trial forthe murder of his wife Hannah Knapp UiIoif QUES113 J Satisfactorily u States 7The Man Jn scttljd satv rnment As ved from the It will In the fty ports seV jI the worlds i i i i jcrnment ance has the nt that It will uch opening jpened are not ered from the 7 lved that they are LTInland porte lit themouth ofJt = r M state fcpartment Is higt iv Krat Qutbl out come1 feelIng t It flMS seJed rtt only SOT AiiKnan ommercefbu lor thcomm lf the world aeni substantial e NEAR DEATHS DOOR Abner McKlnley Critically III a HIs Home Somerset Pa Somerset Pa July 17Abnel3k Klnlcy brother of the late Presrcnt McKinley Is critically sick at his um mer home The physicians attenlng- him are much alarmed and reportsare that Mr McKinley Is not far rom lIrolCKlnles ThrBIback of the patients nead rendeinS him helpless xiiat It was a pra lyric stroke is the grave fear S relatives have been sent ton Cuban Treaty Ratified Havana July ldTheday ratified all the treaties withlhe United States excepting the pall amendment treaty The foreign rla repfedIlswttt do so soon DisappearedPblladelphia M Schwab steel king Is stalng ln Philadelphia under an assumed nlmc On June 30 when the Finance rom ralttee of the United States Steel Cor poratlon met and virtually slit tracked the president he dlsappelre1 Old Age Eliminated PresllentRoOlteltnoting old age as a dlsquaUdoatloi ror eligibility to appointment as lab ers In the government service The JYs ical qualifications however must be met A Terrible Mistake St Joseph Mo July 17Maj1tut tell for many years prominent in raT lltla work of Kansas while a rsl dent of Leavenworth died at the state hospital for Insane through the arcl dental administering carbolic acld Killed Wife With a Chisel New York July 17in the preset6 of their 12yearold daughter Enr100 Canapa and his wife Emma fought slashed each other with a chisel In their apartments Thursday the duE finally ending in the death of the woman Guatemalan Extradition Treaty Washington Juy 17Seeretary Hay and Minister Arriaga Thursday exchanged ratifications of the Guate malan extradition treaty which W118 signed some time ago The treaty Is on modern lines Umpire Haskell ResignsItMilwaukee Wis Haskell an umpire In the Amen an association has resigned his positI President Hickey fined him 25 Ing to appear for two games In Col- S m burenzys month Haskell s bepi sick at thetlme Mine Foreman Killed By a Negro Birmingham Ala July 17W B BelleIThursday by Bob Sawyar a Negro A crowd of enraged jtltizens js in pursulf Tsad8umniarypuolflhfBnt Is provable 4 r L1 jIt d i fS i Tt I FROM tILL OVER THE STflTE I MRS BARTH DEAD S theIJ Louisville Ky July i7Mrs 4n nie Earth who attempted suicide last Saturday morning by Jumping from a thirdstory window here because Mrs lQvcdlhndtheCItY1hospitalthe IIMrs Earth was 45 years old and had five children The strange affection between her and Mrs Sheehan who Is young and pretty has attracted widespread attention here The two women WI ate ardent love letters and discarded friends for one another Mrs Sheehan Is now being watched for fear she will attempt to commit suicide Mrs Earths skull was not fractured by her leap to the pavement from tin thirdstory window and she apparent ly rallied from her Injuries very rap Idly Thursday morning she was able to be up and to walk about Her sad den death Is said to have been caused by a hemorrhage of the brain ATTEMPTED TO ESCAPE The Deputy Sheriff Shot and Killed the Prisoner Somerset Ky July 18 Deputy Sheriff Aaron Barrier of Wayne county shot and killed Joseph FaIrchild whom he had under arrest Whet within a few miles of Monticello to which place he was being taken Fair child broke away from the officer and started to run for the woods near by The officer called to him to halt and on his failure to do so fired several shots Into the air to scare him This did not stop him and the officer the fired with the interitlon of striking him In the leg but the ball took effect In the body killing him Falrchlld belonged to one of the best families In Wayne county JAIL BREAKERS CAUGHT Two of the SIxWho Escaped From Wllliamsburg Apprehended Knoxville Tcnn July 16Twooft- he six men who recently escaped from the WllllarasburgKy Jail were brought to JeJlUro Wednesday after noon having been captured in Campbell county where they were hiding In the mountains Blil rtv horg If with the murdri ou IS1D i rs Craig chat tatTijiteii murder are the names 01 the wo vnsuners the last named having ben captured by Deputy Sheriff Chas Gurlejr who will receive the reward offcreti tiy the Wllliamsburg author ties STORM AT OWENSBORO A Heavy Rainfall Damages the To bacco and Corn Crop 0Owensboro Ky July 17The heave iest rain in years fell Thursday morn ing In the Green river section In some localities the tobacco and corn was beaten fiat especially In low sec tions Farmers estimate the damage In thousands of dollars Lightning struck John Naves barn burning one horse Damages 1000 Cabe Hall In n barn qn the Nantz v j s struck by lightning and greatlydamagedbottom lands The government sauge showed a rain fail or2 Inches Shot the Deputy Sheriff Sergentt Ky July 17AtCarrsFork Knott county Thursday Robert Combs a deputy sheriff attempted to arrest John Kelley and Blame Combs who were disturbing public worship Combs demanded their surrender whereupon jt is charged Kelley shot the deputy sheriff twice The wounds will perhaps prove fatal Kelfey made his escape though Blame Combs sur rendered Champion Snake Catcher Clay City Ky July ISJohn Viv aon living five miles from this place is the champion snake catcher and collector of this section He has now n his possession 511 snakes of all kinds and sizes He has been collect- Ing these reptiles all spring andsum mer and says he is going to exhibit them at the St Louis exposition Mr Vlvaon makes his living by raising fruits and vegetables A 25000 Fire at Greenville Greenville Ky July 17Flre did 25000 damage here Starting in Mayers drug store It spread to Kess lers drug store the Muhlenberg county savings hank the Cumberland Telef phone Co and the Reno hotel building The post office was damaged Several were slightly Injured while fighting the fire Saloon Closing at Paducah Paducah Ky July 16The ordi nance requiring saloons to close at 1030 p m and remain so until 5 a m was enforced for the first time It was recently decided valid inthe main by the court of appeals but bad not been put into effect Shot and Killed His Cousin Sergent Ky July 16 Following a Hspute over a game ot cards in Knox Bounty Thomas Jones aged 36 shot ind killed his cousin William Jones aged 35 The murderer succeeded in malting his escape New Oil Field Denton Ky July 1GThe Portsmouth Grayson Oil and Gas Co shot Us No1 well Wednesday at a depth of 1600 feet Experienced oil men say It is good for 50 to 75 barrels daIly This opens up a new oil field In this state Verdict of Willful Murder Louisville Ky July IGTho In quest Into the death of Elmer Brown who was shot and killed by Walter Hall last Thursday afternoon on the Duckwell farm resulted in a verdict of willful murder New Oil Company Incorporated Covington Ky July 16A number j orItl1nlzedHickey Arthur Motel William Sandford and Frank Tracy i ire the Incorporators of the company with a capital stock of 30000 Hotel Burned at FoJrview 11Tle30Ydby fire Loss about 2000 insured TOTlcI11t i j i i rf D I f i b i TRIED TO SHOOT SOLDIERS But the Jackson Woman Failed Be cause the Gun VI Unloaded Jackson Ky July i7A warrant for Sandy OConnor for disorderly conduct was given to two soldiers to sprve but when they went to OCon orsdaughterz house she drew a gun on the soldiers and pulled the trigger not knowing the gun was unloaded OConnor Is heavily armed and he will kill the soldiers Tho soldiers are determined to take him if they have to shoot him At the suggestion of Provost Markshal C W Longmir the jail are being worked on the streets and raclisonls being given a funeral cleaning FUND FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS According to the Superintendents Statement It Is Largely Increased Frankfort Ky July 16Stato Su perintendent of Schools H V McChes ney Issued the following statement capItaAuditors estimate for the year 94716519 731841 pupil children as shown by reports of school officers at 260 per pupil 190278660 Amount to be distributed to counties as Inter est on county bonds 2291885 Bal ance to meet expenses of the office and possible corrections in the cen SIS 2145974 Total 194716519 This is a big Increase over last year O H CHENAULT INJURED He Sustained a Broken Leg While Near His Home Lexington Ky July iO H Cha- nault proprietor of Spendthrift stud met with a painful and serious accident near his home Friday night He was walking along the road In com pany with William Veal when ho stepped upon a sharp rock turning his ankle with such violence that he fell to the ground and sustained a broken leg the fracture being just above the ankle He was taken home and a doctor summoned He is resting as well as can be expeeted Big Catch of Moonshiners Sergeant Ky July 11 Deputy United Stales Marshal Arch Sergent and other deputies arrested 10 moon shiners In Southern Letcher county Wednesday and Thursday took them to Whltesburg This Is the largest number of moonshiners apprehended In years Mot of them will be sent to Catlettsburg for trial Boy Killed By a Falling Brick Louisville Ky July 1GEmil Gun thor the 8yearold son of Chief of Po lice Sebastian Gunther was Wednes day struck on the head by a brick which fell from the thirdstory of a building In course of erection the boy dying 1 few hours later Chief Gun ther lost a brother and a daughter about three months ago The Alexandria Fair Newport Ky July 16rThe 43d an Dual premium list of the Campbell County Agricultural society Is cut The fair will be held from September 1 to 5 Among the new rules of the association is one prohibiting the ex hibitlon of any invention or produc ion of convict labor Menry Gray Oead Louisville jvy rfvij 15 Hiehfy W Gray classmate ol James Russell Lowell J B agsln and other welt known men ant ae of the oldest setS tiers In Louisvlli died here Friday night at the age of 84r He was the father of R C Gray He was the oid est Knight Templar in Kentucky For four years he was a councilman Steel Mills Resume Operations Ashland Ky July 18The several steel mills here which have been Idle ten months owing to the strike resum ed operations Friday the trouble with the employes being adjusted Steel mills In mouton O also resumed Nearly two thousand men were effect ed by the strike on both sides of the river Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky July 18The tobac co offerings Friday were small being 122 hods of burley and 11 hhds ot dark There was a slight shading in the prices of burley Dark was strong and the bidding was active The prjcet of burley ranged from 430 to 1250 Dark sold from 450 to 7 A Candidate For Renomlnatlon Jackson Ky July 18 William Spencer present jailer of Breathltt county has announced that he will be a candidate for renomlnation on the democratic ticket Mr Spencer won his last race by a majority of but eight votes and his election was contested by his opponent Telephone Grant Approved Covington Ky July 18The incorporation papers of the North Kentucky Telephone and Telegraph Co were re corded In the county clerks office The Incorporators are Sol P Klneon Cln cinnatl F H Ludlow and Martin M Durrett of Covington Ticket Agent Missing Louisville Ky July 18 Wilfred T Hutchison who resigned as ticket agent at Union station Tenth and Broadway on Wednesday is missing It is said a 2000 shortage has been discovered in his accounts Bearing Up Bravely Lexington Ky July 17 Claude OBrien and Earl Whitney who are to be hanged hee Friday a week for the murder of A B Chjnn last fall are bearing up bravely and Joke and roll cigarettes as though their doom were not settled Condemns Lynchings Henderson Ky July 17The grand lodge United Order of colored Odd Fellows for this state in session here adopted a resolution condemn ing lawlessless and crime in their own and other races Two Brothers In Jail Independence Kan July 17John Nelson and his brother Judge D B Nelson of Kentucky are In jail John Nelson was convicted of killing Albert Norris at CoffeyvHle Judge Nelsons charged with having aided his broth er in escaping Summoning Witnesses Jackson Ky July 17rChaflle J Little the special bailiff selected by Judge Osborn of the Harrison circuit court is busy summoning witnesses here J6r the Jett aag White trial At Cjfht ua WILLING TO REPEAT onnft tinnier Capture Something Store Than Game on One of ills Expedition On the Kronprinz Wilhem one moon light May night a man and a girl were dieovencdmaking love The news of discovery spread among the pa- tenger and many a was cracked r ays the Kansas CityJournal But Sen ator N B Scott of West irginis said in the There is to laugh at here In nocent lovemaking is natural in the young fact was well brought out y an adventure that happened to a friend of mine years ago in the moon jt VirginiaThe hunting He came to a cabin and being thirsty he knocked at the for a drink Toe drink T waa handed to him a girl to charm j c ing that with a mile he usidtWould you be angry if I should of en you a doilar for a kise Pio tir the girl answered with a little blush So my friend took the kiss and then he gave the maiden the dollar She bal nced it in her hand a moment She perplexityWhat all this moneyt Why anything you pltaie my dear said my i Then hs murmured I think Ill t L3 back to you take another fc lie Feels Good jjfe Caddo Ky July 20thI beheve I could climb a mountain without drawing a long breath way William1 Ball ol i thia place describes how he i feeling As Mr Ball has been on the for a long time this declaration from him e comes as quite a surprise When to explain how he had become so strong in such a short time be I have Kidney Trouble very bad in fact I had to get up tour or five times every night to urina I bad ahovtnes of breath which distressed me terribly 1 was badly usediup and was really of no ac count anything I used three boxes of DoddsTKidney Pills and thats what has me can sleep aH without having to getup I feelsplendid and as I said before 1 be could climb a mountain without drawing a long breath Dodds Kidney Pills did it Our Queer Town 5araes h You have such strange namavfnr your s towns over heah said a titkdnghish 1fman Weehawken rjknowtCoitzhlrirno paid the Union part of my tiniptit Chip ping Norton and then Ive a place Ji Ioketoggonthe Hikf Bc lon ChriitKfRegister The Chicago NorthWestern is the iyi double track railway between Chicagos the Missouri River Jj 4j 1itheS to make the first one believed ChieSK Tribune t Matrimony is like boatiagthenaanrowi tlic woman steers rJ 4 We are pnly goo4when we are good for somethingRauaa Worry is a bad bedfellow Kick it out s Chicago Daily News BACKACHE Backaclio Is a f rcrunner and ono of the most common rmp J1toms of kidney trouble g and womb displacement jw 4 REAQMISSBOLLMAN JEXPERIENCE Some time agq I waa iqa very weak condition my work made me ncivousnnd any bacIcaliCdfrIithtfu1ly nil the tjtnc and IhadtcrribYohcad aches My mother a bottle of Lydia E Pinkham8 vegetable Corn JIpound for me and it Bccmcd to strengthen my baclc and help me at once find I did not get so tired as before I continued to take it and it tbrought health and strength to me nail I want to thank fpr the good it has dono ineMrssUOLLMAS li2nd CL Wales Ave Kcvr York City forfeit Iforiginal r above Mttrpnvlrj yctulicntis cannot Le prodact- dLydla i E PinkhanisTegfetablo Compound cures because it is thc greatest known remedy for + kidncyand Tvonib troubles Every woman who is puzzled about her conditioixslioi d ivrlto to Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass and tell her all TOr WOMENIrA Large Trial Package of A1i 1 ANTISEPTIC fl SPECIAinToa IntcRulcItanlloets U the key to wonhi h iltli n4 Tlror InBanunaUoo Sartneu ftins CiUrrt cannot exist wIth IL 0 Paxtlnensrd lu a rneloitl des lf Ii a revelation la combined cleansing and tienllnc power It klllt all diseMSferma la local traannnt ol female Ills It U laralnWe healS InSamnutlon and cures all dlKturjea i Merer Iilli to cwthhsa Catarrh Cures oltensive persittion of arm pitS sna fits Cute Sore Throat Sorp lZ uta and Sce Ej iA ii tooth powder tiottilnc vsnalrll- Honored iaxtarjlardins the Gums sail irhltro Uiet lhro te5 ta l Snntli iwertaad agreeable TtioaiandtorietfenfVomiimmenproro thatitiutho reaIeteurekrLeueorrhoe ever discovered TTe have yet to hear ot theBnf caeltfltll dtacnr I To prove this wwdI mail alsretrlai package irUI aookor instmcttons absolutely ec Ibis U not a tiny maple bat non jrblo oonrlw u At druggists or Mat pa tpol 6jt us SO eta iargobox SatZalbvtIw eunenniced I TboXPatoiCoflepttflotnnMau jflossdna relatircs rletuls or neiihborsnhat da t or know people that ire aQlcted ray New i PEltMANENThY y 2RIATMtNT InKFREE rinalI Please give uamo AQE andfull eddies Allcorrespondence professionally eoandentlaL W H MAY M D 04 Pine Street rjev York City mot Alb Ubt Ul Uttt Conga yruixTnftej Good Vie in lime 504 Cl crcns iS f r 4 kt- fc SS 4 rito a I T = r f YJ jr 1ij 4y J I 1Syf I ntt t I mhe Delightful Land I of Uprightness P 1i the st and Sweetest in Life is Realized t t ScrptO by the Ulgtway and Byway Preachcr- Ccpibt tIJ ipobyj MEdson IL fiIt Sundays July ift mTeJtubTeachme to Jo Thy will for UrIghtnesInmCl 1 lThou arVityvGod Thy Spirit Is good lead IID you know there was sucha land And would you not like to summer there There is such a land ThO brlJhtIsing more sweet ly the flowers ex bile the perfume of HeaHen and are tinted with dainty oJIo 1ues which are mixed on the alette the angels under the guiding eye otI 4 l how fresh and JIf 4jioir Joyfully they wae their b1o5hea iti the swaying breezes and1 l t inotheIr spreadlngleaves to whls 1 l 3kOol oraise the labs how l and COLs the boats ride saTely e MPon thcr bcjscjm and glide hither andp j J3S fthtuier how they sing- S tf j rocks and petic5nd laTe the i Sqi ftKV18 one sitsjtpon theb nk the gur t a sirinahw they sparkeas they G 4 Irp from thel Q1 hidden depths and 2 gain the sunshlnea4d mans need the4 f C afrXQi the great ragcfl1ejAwn ttthe tiniest speck e i Sihicroscop rvveals as a mar J l4YQUI7 perfect little creature of Gods j jq drXHjM tiiir reature nesting t s and amongst the leaves e l b lIjUBg1 le cities and manlCesUns phecrh mat UIQrJt e the needs I t of maafl Nattri in the Land otUp 4 SIS 11htC IstuUet qrd p more interesting Vti6 Is there to whom tflJlsU docn coxnlwith 1 0 llI 09IPS and lure uarsoniiwhe Jtnlo the rEStful depths of Nature t realm Who is there who isECideaa to the perennial freshness and charm 2 of Dtme Nature that there comes no Ilong1n to gain a closer Intimacy with 0 her during the vacation rest Man- universally delights In the restfulness and freshness of Nature but nowhere is Ic Nature found with so manifold charms and such sanctifying Influences as in ID the LandoJ Uprightness The one who steps from the land of the Natural Self into1 lheLlnd of Uprightness is heard 4 with exultant voice I fzcnrlrew the sun was so glorious its tJUiSbt Qfull the songs of the birds sol 4t j j lke Heavenly music and the rustle of r the leaves and the hum of nature so like r ttcf 1 angels wings the grace and beauty and variety of the flowers of the field a oft FO evidently betokening the Impress of Z the Divine hand Its a new woridI Dear friend did you how there was a land as the Lied of Uprightness 1iSUCh that In that land old things are- f cd away acd all things become 4 t 4 1 newl Did you know that It was your PJ privilege to walk there and that until q f lyou dyypu are missing Untold Joy and o fliTThenIItgether y thet1V posite tome tn the train a transports slion folder gotten up In attractive fotm describing summer resorts and giving Information as to the rT tt steamboats leading thereto deeply absorbed and onSTfia tole tQld that she was pIannini iv vacation outing The claims of the various places as to attractions and J advantages were evidently being care Y tuilyyConsJcUred She wanted to go to the place where she could have the 4r Jtr best tithe The location of the place a Jo Which she felt she would go was rS carefully noted on the map and the v route over which she would travel was plcled out It was a matter ot the greatest Importance to her at that 1srgi lime She was utterly lost to all bout her so absorbed wass she In the thought of going away When we 4 speak of the Land of Uprlghtnessour first query Is as to its location Where is the Land of Uprightness We next 4 wnt to know what attractions and ad a vantages that land has to offer dyer the land In which we are now dwell- Ing and then we want to know Kow fo 1tthOIA3 I sat and looked at tht young lady so absorbed In the I plannlntTOIihatSderthg whether she would be as In Sterested iiltheLaadof Uprighthesr as she was in the resort she contem Tj pZAtcd vlsjtlns and would as careful ly and eagerly consider the means ol BetUag there as the did In picking put her mute to the tormer place Tfiert v Is a Land of Uprightness as the words of our text Imply I wonder If you Will be interested In hearing of that F land I wonder If you feel an unsat Isfled need of the soul which will make If you eager to search out Its location ff 1 wonder If jou vlll be willing to jnakeI prejiaratlon for the Journey and to travc1 over the road which leads to that land t 4 1 7 TS Location Where is the Land of t 1 Uprightness David said jnhls adtjtite that all men are liars a d you b may in y ur haste deIarethat surely there e no place on this eaclhwhlch isireqt ani torn and troubled by r hlmaBdIlstreas and crime selfishness j iknd rong drtngwhero It could be located In Heaven 1 Jrvjnii thatjdde ot the redeemed 1t tldthe1ngels but the Lana of Up Y4 f vt rigbt ess Is the place In this life where t t o j saul abides in the will of God and- S i led by His Spirit It Is In mens I i hits then you exclaim And w 55 eiypl Yes and no ftIs In mens z heirt as an inner experience and it vi all about them in outward practical contact with the worida d the people taprld One does not need to i h rJacohs ladder or borrow Gabriels rjflnsB to scale the heights and gain UprlghtJf s81t raway rOll e Sep V bust tush of 1e It Is not on the r moun lntopoftransfignratIdn nor in izf tap sventh heayen of Pauls cxperi t10 ne i lt Ueswithln the coaftIteB otl1c her in whicli you alredllve and f mnveand have lolrb t aa unliscoveredlandid nY manyi af1 J JRtoaim ever nd COi1 j r t at hand f ll In WhICh Is j XtptnJ I td J14JI cl ilL the La 8 f1 Jand tkt Ui fr J f A W u iv It T f tiiEctf 1 fI 7J f t to t b f ojfoJ f1ofifL r AT tZT Jt 6tyi4fwtIr 1i tJ f 00 JI t 1- ir J t L jY i 4 r gathered That is Why His hand waR- e reaching out to help and to save That Is why every leaf and flower the grass of the field the waving grain the lowly sparrow spoke ihelr lessons to His soul and Were left as enduring lure sages to the heart of man Those crude uncultured fishermen by the Lake of Galilee were found In the Land ol the Natural Self They knew what it was to see the stars at night standing guard over them while they thrashed the wa ters with their nets after the darting fish They were familiar with the grassy slopes of the lake and the flowerdecked fields of Galilee They felt the throb of life all about them and had to mingle therewith In order to gain a livelihood And yetuntil Jesus met them and led them into the Land fUp rightness they did not know the beau ties of Nature they did not realize the dignity of life they did not understand that fishing on the lake of Galilee was the school in which they were to begin tHelr preparation to become fishers of men IVwas a new world 1ftwUlcK they ro yed after they met Jesus and that W was the Land of Uprightness The entrance Into that land dfd not take them out of the world In which they already were but It put them Into new relations therewith The Land of Up rightness then Is not a neVp laceor r ithefojfd with never a brgaklntotlieElyslfln et4a of th lIvenbt ndte o d rilE inhabitants of the Lagtf Ufr I Tightness are Cal Cllb described In the First Psalm The are they who walk not In the counsel of the ungodly nor stand In Ue way of sinners nor sit in the seat of the scornful Their delight is in the law of the Lord and in His law do they meditate day and night They are like a tree planted by the rivers of water that bringeth forth his fruit in his season his leaf does not wither and whatsoever he doeth prosper th Abel dwelt in that land and when the jealous hand of his brother struck him downhe quickly passed over to thejoys and peace of the land where tears arq un known and sorrow and pain have given place to joy of heart and peace of life Enoch walked with God In the Land of Uprightness and one day when enjoy- Ing the companionship of the dear Lord he wandered over the line and never came back Noah lived In the Land of Uprightness but at that time he was about its only Inhabitant The god less inhabitants of the world were as unconscious of the existence of the Land of Uprightness as the blind fish of Mammoth Cave are Ignorant of the blessed sunshine and the glad bird bath- Ing In Its light But notwithstanding that Noah had a pretty lonesome time of It as related to human associations he found in the end that it paid to dwell there Abraham was content to abide In the Land of Uprightness where Gods will controlled and His Spirit led but Lot who knew the Land of Uprightness and ought to have remained a resident thereof lift ed up his eyes and beholding the glitter and show and surface pleasures of the Land of the Natural Self he wandered off to ItS distractions and Gods angels had lard work rescuing him l1 xginthe destruction whlrh over 1lr311d And pec to of all theII t In the Land tf numerated In hecrrip tures Nor have we time to revic thel grand army which has passed through this land into the better land since Christ first drew His disciples about Him and commissioned them to go Into all the world andLtell of this Land ofI Uprightness and raw thereto all who andIwhose borders are adjacent to the outer darkness of eternal death and to the edge of the bottomless pit Behave declared the land of Up- rightnessW to b a place of joy of leace of satisfaction of true success knayou ask in haste Is sorrow never known then by its inhabitants do trouble and distress and hardship ind suffering never come with their burdens are there never anY ungratl led longings and desires are aU hose who dwell in that land prosper ous and influential as tile world counts success and power No you misunderstand us When man plans with God and measures conditions with Him the trials and afflictions of this present world whlch are encoun ered in the Land orilprightness arc is nothing to be compared with theI glory which Stall be revealed in us Jesus in thetEand of Uprightness sup fered He knew what it was to be in want Hq waB despised and rejected of men He3V buffeted and crucified yet at thC 3e of His life He talked to HisMisclplo of the joy and peace Which He 1dotind in the Land of Uprlghtnesscdnd then said My peace I leave Ithjui My Joy shall beln you1 And In prophetic declaration of His own experience and that the test of true dlsclplesjiip was tobe He said They shal deliver you up to be af meted and shall kill you and ye shall be hated of all nations for My names sake but at the very beginning of His ministry He said Blessed are ye when men shall revile you and persecute you and sayalh Wanner of evil against you falsely ttly sakeI Rejoice and be eXtl d lad for great is yourrreward In Heaven for so persecuted IIhsytbe prophet which were before 01 Xnilnil we follow thehlstopof the disciples ot the cross ot Cirtst from the stoning of Stephen at Jerusalem down through the long list of martyrs to the present day In which Jrs cut oit ffonlwlth out and trial andhaThIad suffer ing from withltfri msIbiiced we jPtlgbtnessItthe world county thO5ethlnlsut itI is peace Jan satlsfietiiii to the one who lrigln thoVill of God fbrthe soul knows that just- abead thAblessed consummalon of io18 PUtpO5eSfafll the grace f todifficjeni forev need YesI lErightne8slrials a- nk iSTiS these lf nt 1 Iito r4 f t i tJ t J I4 S f f i r- Jy t F rA t J 4i D L s fi ri ist d 4 i f r t 111 i f f I I F JftcJh t iti 20 2ortiob f L jI iA k ttWt tikiE pci11 k 4 of 4ttvIc rr7 NiVr f liY A ij i t I ti r 6 1 fc you to be tested beyond your strength Is It Eliza asked her mis HOW that you are always so cheerful and contented and happy I cannot understand It Your life has been filled with sorrow and privation and trouble You lost your parents and brother and sister through the fever epidemic which swept your town you lost your property because of the avarice of the parties who held the mortgage upon It your relatives turned against you In the hour of your need and since then trial and perse cution have seemed to follow you How is It that you arc so cheerful and sweet the face of It all And Eliza tried to tell her mistress so sluj would understand how It was Josus helped her how as she walked In the will of God all things worked together for her good even though she could not understand It all Eliza dwelt In the Land of Uprightness It was where God was It was where human experl ences were lost In His eternal pur poses It is tho only land where true Joy and peace and contentment are known Do you not want to go into that land IT is such a desirable summer land IF the soul It must be worth the Journey to reach It You do not hesitate to undertake the trip to the summer resort where you expect to spend your vacation You do not ask to know all the experiences and delights of the place be fore you have reached It You know you mUst take the journey first before you can prove nil the attractions anti advantages which have been ascribed to the placA Knowing this why should you be so unreasonable as to demand that you cxperlenco the Joy and peace and contentment of the Land of Upright ness before you have taken the journey thereto You cannot enter the land you may not prove Its charms until you have traveled from the Laud of Natural Self over the rOle which God ha laid out The first step In the Journey Is looking Into the mirror of Gods per feet righteousness and realizing thai you are a sinner in His Eight Wor all have sinned and come short of the glory of God The next step Is realization of the lost condition of the soul For the soul that slnneth It shall diexThe next step in the journey to Uprightness is true repentance for sin Repent Bring forth therefore fruits meet for repentance The next step brings one to the cross where the despairing look of the splIlls turned to one of Joy as it beholds the Christ bearing its sin In His body upon the tree As with Bunyans Christian the vision loosens the bands which have bound the terrible load of sin to the soul and It drops out of sight forever Then with the lighter step of faith in thn only begotten Son of God Christ Jesus our lord the Journey to the Land of Uprightness is quickly completed and then and not until then is the soul pro pared to understand or enjoy the blessedness of that wonderful land Then it Is that the sun shines brighter tho birds carol more sweetly the flowers are arrayed In more gorgeous hues and all the appearance of the world and the aspect of life are changed SOME wonderful things take place as gets over into the Land of Uprightness There was that person whom you never could like while you dwelt in the Land of Natural Self You even hated him for some unkindness or wrong but when your feet rest within the Land of Uprightness and your prayer Is Teach me to cio Thy will then your bitterness Is changed to love and you hear Jesus whisper In your ear Love your enemies do good unto them which despitefully use you In theI town of M were two merchants in thb same line of business Their stores were within a stones throw of each other These two merchants dwr l in fbi Land of tim Natural Self cud grat bltlcClFS lRt sprung = u twcf thPia t xinr y la iirn s gavc lieIIngthe other Each would have been rla to have seer the other swept to bankruptcy and ruin and each would have done what he could that was short of the really criminal to bring this to pass Thus matters stood when by the mercy and Providence of God one of these merchants traveled the road which led to the Land of Uprightness And there after a struggle with his old nature and the bitterness which had ruled his conduct toward his rival he found the hatred changed to love his desire to see his rival ruined changed toa longing to have him saved too The story is too long to tell In detail but the Jesuit Of it was that from the Land of Uprightness this man dealt with his rival and won him over at last to the same1 blessed relationship to God and Jesus Christ And this Is only one of the manifold changes which take place when the soul enters the Land of Up rightness do those who enter ute Land of A Uprightness never stray Yes sad to say they do There are those who leave the paths of uprightness to walk In the ways of darkness Faiths vision becomes dimmed the eyes are taken from ths onward upward look towards God and the Eternal City whose spires may always be seen from the Land of Uprightness and like the backward gaze of Lots wife the soul turns toward the things of the world The Lust of the eye the pride of life arc allowed to rule the life and lead the feet into the ways of darkness And those who have wandered from the Land of Uprightness are they left to perish No The Lord never forsakes them that are His He goes out after the wander ing sheep even as the shepherd on the mountain side searches for the sheep or lamb missing from the fold He searches until He finds the wandering one He brings Itback with him Dear soul are you wandering from the Land of Uprightness which you entered with such Joy weeks or months or years agoI Jesus Is looking foryou this very minute while you read these words He Is ready to forgive He will receive you back again Oh the Land of Uprightness Is the only safe and beautiful and sajlefy Jng land Let us enter It Letusabido therein unillnm anil Monk Radium was tbesubjct matter un der discussion says the Philadelphia Record and a lawyer eald I dontI see anything so very wonderful In radium Admit that It does throw oft light and heat In a kind of perpetual motion without any loss of weight or energy welf wont a grain of musk do the same thing One single grain of musk this has been den onstrated will scent for several years a room 12 feet square and in the end the grain will stilt remain entire CCIalder what this means A room 12 feet square contains 2985984 cubic Inches and each onienth cubic Inch jeast must have Its little molecule ak or otherwise all the air t be perTumed One grain gt Is to say will radiate Iw Hltons of musk frag t 1i and still It will re fIUU1 bea tba 1j i B t r 0 i r f i pj t WALKED ON THE TRACK Four Persons Instantly Killed Neat Cincinnati Passenger Train Sldcswlped an Excursion TrainTwo Persons Fa tally Four Seriously and Six Cadly Hurt Cincinnati July 20Joollr persons were Instantly killed Sunday afternoon near thin Avondale suburban station on the Cincinnati Lebanon Northern division of the Pennsylvania while walking on the tracks They were Louis anti William Murr messengers aged 13 and fl years and two unidentified young men While walk ing through a deep cut on a curve they got out of the way of an outgoing excursion train and were struck on the other track by an incoming passenger train all being ground to pieces The Murr boys were the only sup port of their widowed mother The engineer on the Incoming train said he did not see the men and boys until he was almost onto them on account of the curve and that they were attentively watching the picnic par ty on the other train that they did not hear the whistling Albert Rosen swipe who was with the Murr boys was knocked ort the track and escaped Injury fly the sIdeswiping of trains two ex cursionists were fatally four serious ly and six badly hurt as they were en tering the Union station here Sunday noon An empty Queen Crescent train was backing out of the depot as an excursion train on the Baltimore Ohio Southwestern from Vlnccnnes was pulling out of the Y In the yards and sideswiped the tenth elev enth and twelfth coaches that were filled with excursionists Those in the tenth coach were not badly hurt and the trains were stopped before serious Injury to the 12th coach The llth coac was badly damaged and the fol lowing were hurt Fatally InjuredMrs Carrie Craw ford aged 38 Washington Ind left thigh and leg crushed Internally In juretl Harry Elswlck aged 11 Wash ington Ind right leg crushed off bad ly bruised and cut Seriously InjuredMrs J Elswlck aged 48 sister of Mrs Crawford Washington Ind leg broken contusions ot body James Steens aged 28 single Washington Ind ankle crush ed Joseph George aged 48 married Loogootee Ind ankle broken Clara George aged 11 leg fractured Slightly Injured Carl George aged 10 contusion of feet and legs Sol Zehnburger aged 55 married Shoals Ind lacerated face bruised body El klns fcchnburger aged 15 contusions of face Frank Curry aged 28 Wash ington Ind contusions of legs Gus George aged 18 Washington Ind bruised shoulders and face Gus and Carl George the Zchrbur burbers Curry and Kldwell were able to leave the hospital after their wounds were dressed Several whose names were not learned hal slight in juries which were dressed at drug stores WHIPPED EIGHT MILITIAMEN He Resented Some Remarks Made About His Sweetheart j St Jpseph Mo July 20A squad of militiamen at the Lake Contrary encampment made some rtoYarkE about a girl who had accompanied Ma yin Winton to the camp F tAled- It and whipped eight men in unifcm Tretr friends ralllet1 ant e rrIdriven almost Into the a krai gggyut snral soIdIbrJ hffr the row could id stopped by onables The prisoner was again attacked on a street car while in charge of the constables and badly eaten A large mob gathered and was disperse with great difficulty by the officers Jf iu BROKEN OPpN Negroes Attempted to Lynch One of Their Color St Loins July 20The Jail at Brooklyn suturb of East St Louis across tic rivii from was bro ken optS SirHy night by a mob of Negroes w to leslie it was to lynch one or then jlor for an attempted assauit 01 Negro woman earlier in the r ay William Carter the Negro prlsorr wis hurried from the village by the marshal who took him In a roundabout way to East St Louis for safe keeplnc after the mob bad broken open tli doors with a railroad tie There wsr no other prisoners In the Jail at tb rme Pcath of W H Jackson Nash III Tenn July 20W H Jackson ir ster of Belle Meade farm died tiie Sunday of typhoid fever Mr Jackson was 29 years old and un til recently upon the death of his father Gefi W H Jackson had suc ceeded to the management of the fa mous nursery for thoroughbred rq ce hursea Amendment Canal Treaty Panama Joly iO Reliable Informa tlctn recltt from Bogota says that It appears p ible that the canal treaty will be nSlirted with an amendment making the sum to be paid by the United States 25000000 instead of 10000 not Opposco to the Opening of WIJu 20M Pavloff the Rusllan1111nlster at Seoul capital of Corfa has had an audience with the empircr of Corea at which he op pofd the opening of WIJu the port on tile Yalu river Departed for Rome St IXTIS Mo July 20Rev Father J J Ilarty archbishop elect to Manila departed Sunday night for Rome where pIs to receive his consecra tion He will leave New York city Wedn lay morning on the steamer SlP Death of William Tib- bylouri Pa July 20 William Tibby one oL the bestknown glass manufacturers of the country and a pioneer iu the flint glass trade died at h 3 tome Sunday nlght In Sharps bmg in his 72d year Many Arrests Made Sofia July 20A number of domi ciliary visits and many arrests have been made as the outcome ofthe theft of rifles fronvtho military argenal hero by members of the Macedonian committee wiU the complicity of the master arroofcr Divers Neck Broken Philadelphia July20John Bech told lost his life Sunday while assist- Ing a sick woman tit Augustine Beach He dived into the Delaware river to wet a handkerchief The water was Shallow anrt ba nfcfe wajj broken T I f t UR 1 TVO MEN LYNCHED Deputy Sheriff Killed By the Mobs At tack on the Jail Red Lodge Mont July OJlm Gorman who killed his brother about a year ago and ran away with his brothers wife and a man named Walters who killed a widow named Hoov er at the hot springs two years ago because she refused to marry him were lynched at Basin Wyo early Sunday C E Pierce a deputy sheriff was killed during the attack on the JailA state of lawlessness now prevails in northwestern Wyoming as a result of which all law and order seems to have been abolished From President Moffett of the Montana and Wyoming Telephone Co who is now making a tour of InspecHon of his companys lines comes an appeal for help from Sheriff Fenton of Big Horn county who has arrested a number of prominent cattle men near Thermopolis and has appealed to the governor of Wyoming for assistance of the militia In getting his prisoners to the basin It was reported to Sheriff Fenton last Wednesday morning that a mob was coming up to Basin from lUaUs vllle and Tonsllp for the purpose of lynching Gorman and Walters As a measure of protection the sheriff took these two men and a horsethlef out of the Jail and secreted them In a gully near town under guard of Deputy Sheriffs Felix Alston and C E Pierce Gorman managed to slip his hand cuffs antI made his escape He swam Ihe Big Horn river an unprecedented feat nnd made for the mountains A posse of seven men quickly organized and Gorman was recaptured early Saturday morning about 50 miles from BasinSaturday night n mob of about 50 unmasked men rodo up the east bank of the Big Horn and compelled the fer ryman to carry them across the river The mob proceeded at once to the county Jail and fired a volley Into the Jail Deputy Pierce and Special Deputy Meade were guarding the prisoners at the time One bullet grazed Meades shoulder and entered Plerces heart Members of the mob then quickly procured two telephone poles and battered the Jail doors down They first came to Walters who was crouched In his cell piteously begging for mercy Walters was shot in stanthy The mob next found Gorman whose body was pierced by five bullets and was left presumably dead He linger ed however until Sunday forenoon A still more alarming state or af fairs Is reported from the vicinity of Thermopolis About six weeks ago as a result of the range feud that has been so bitterly waged a sheepman Ben Mlnnick was killed by cattleman The sheriff It Is asserted has captur ed the murderers who are all prom nent cattlemen and whose names have been withheld owing to threats made against him Sheriff Fenton is unable to get his prisoners to Basin It is said the same mob that lynched Gor man and Walters are sympathizers and have declared that Sheriff Fenton will never get out of the locality alive with his prisoners Sheriff Fenton has wired the governpr of Wyoming for permission to use the state militia at Lander and also has sent a telephone message to Basin and other towns asking for volunteers to assist him In upholding the law Everywhere har dy westerners are responding to the call arming themselves and hastening toward Thermopolis It Is probable that the militia will be orderedvio the scene and a bloody battle may be ought The country about Thermopo lis iL vtld and lawless one Tlelast- ues4eLj from Sheriff Fenton which jar vlv Sundry morning said he m Ktjir rHsontrs and that he 1st1 JieVouV hOI jut jnJJl s Tif COAL TRAIN RAN AWAY Fireman Sustained Injuries Whtth Will Probably Result Fatally Scranton Pa July 20A train qf 49 coal cars ran away on the Ontario Western railroad north of Win wood tearing up the ties and rails for many miles Cars were thrown off the track and down embankments by sections and the engine was disabled by the piston ripping through tile floor Engineer Ferry and Fireman Burke crawled back over the swiftly moving cars in an attempt to set the brakes Burke was thrown off and sustained Injuries which will probably result fa tally 4Topekaof marketing the great wheat crop of Kansas a serious car famine exists It would be an impossibility said the secretary of the board ot railway commissioners for the rallioads to get enough cars into the state to pre vent a car famine Officially Denied Montreal July lOOfficial denial was made by General Manager Hayes to the story that the Grand Trunk had acquired the Clover Leaf system He said It was not the Intention of the road to make any further extension In the States Historical Hotel Destroyed New York July 20Atter standing as a hostlery about 140 years the Lodl hotel at Kearney N J has been destroyed by fire Gens Washington and Lafayette are counted among the historical personages who put up at tho old tavern Son Born to Mrs Grover Cleveland Buzzards Bay Mass Juy20As- on was born to exPresident and Mrs Grover Cleveland at their summer res idence hero Saturday The attendants say that all conditions affecting both mother and child are satisfactory Prussian Crop Report Berlin July 20The Prussian crop report for July 15 shows the condition of winter wheat and rye unchanged since the June report Rust baS appeared whve too heavy rains have fallen Summer grains have suffered from drought Maj Foster Seriously Injured Pueblo Col July 20Maj Foster of the United Statesarmy was thrown from a Colorado Midland train at Colorado Springs Sunday nlgh as the train was rounding a curve and It Is thought he Is seriously Injured Granted Their Demands New York July 20The employers In the plastering Industry It was offi chilly announced Sunday have grant ed the demand of the Plasterers laborers for 325 a day and 6300 plaster era and plasterers laborers will re turn to work Goelet Wins Another Prize Copnhagen July 20Tae regatta he4 under the auspices of the Dan Ish Yacht club closed Sunday Robert W Gofleta yacht Swan secured an other prize of honor a large cup- awarde4 to the mot 1ICQrl1 0 COMINGFINANCIER Young Napoleon of Finance Foand n War to HealU on Pcoulied- Aulitanc exchangeod eenlialReentldenurredYou mut learn to lean on yourself be itvoiildenlerrriffsdeal a the reult of that lait failure Pitch tillyouamounttoyouDOTwo months later the nrpbllalked in with every claim receipted in full and the uncle wac delighted that he gave the promised rheck Xow thats something like it he laid thehaidDIck moneyNow is telling them finncierinREALISTIC FINISH Where There Vaa la Be A tom bile si Ambtilaste Itmm itcssey Thiaid the dramatiit who was daborating the scenario of hit new play to the manager according1 to Judge to be a realistic society The heroine autoWhatman ager andtheand the play goet on to the usual happy ending you tart realitiuUenoulh but you weaken on your pla1wrifhtand a few of the rut ought to make their exit in an ambulance p A Broad Insinuation testjuitlake it disgustedthatend of his cane to difthifat man in the ribThe man standing next Io thefon with the cane leaned overand told him that he was needed at tire IklckJarl indiltnantlyeo ou replied the other That ia where they pay good price for pig stack cr manhoone Chicago Pot WikAllens hot feetSoldFREEAddress Why fllIt potatpnerrWilerou never eat itlirPhiladephia Inllu =mattertmy littlehouesiting1 To Cure a Cold In One Day Alldrugg beentoldntentionComic Im sure Pioa Cure for Consumption ThosRobbins thingssaida barber shopbut its troublesome at a pahlor n Star cigarStre It JeC1cigo Tribune no Favorabie comment 1m but o t a s rule but slander is a ecniodie3 o TimesDemocrat i =It does teem at tunes that our trouble are great creait to usPuckY- ou ra Mnw your own horn bu c tort Lur P Toledo Bladt Seed of ilcontcnt will take root ia anv soil Chicago Daily Newt MARKET DEPORT Cincinnati July 18 CATTLECommon 4 00 0 4 40 19CALVESExtraHOGSCh packers 5 60 5 65 Mixed packers 5 45 6 5- 5SHEEIExtra 3 75 3 85 LAMBS Spring 6 30 60FLOUR Spring pat 4 35 0 4 70 WHEATSNO 2 red 79 79 vj No 3 winter 76 CORN No 2 mixed 5- 0OATSNo2 mixed 40 RYENo 2 57VI HAY Ch timothy 17 50 TORKrClear family 16 40 LARDSteam goo BUTTER Ch dairy1 12Y Choice creamery e 22 APPLESFancy 3 00 i 3 50 POTATOESNew 175 225 TOBACCO New 3 50 0 9 00 Old 5 50 13 00 Chicago FLOURWInter patS 75 8 90 WHEAT No 2 red 75 0 76ft No3 spring 76 80- CORNNo 2 mixed 49q- zOAISNo 2 mixed 36 3- 6RrENo 2 50 PORKMess 14 15 14 20 LARD Steam 7 87 7 85 New York FLOUR Win sfrts 3 75 0 3 80 WHEAT No 2 red 84 CORN No 2 mixed 67 OATS No 2 mixed 0 41 RYE Western 0 59 PORK Family 17 60 018 00 LARD Steam 8 30 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 77O 78 CORN No 2 mixed 55i 55 OATS No 2 mixed 39ft CATTLE Butchers N 00 6 00 HOGS Western 6 70 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red CORN No 3 mixed 55 OATS No 3 mixed 40 PORK Mess 1600 LARD Steam 9 8 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 0 77 5044OATSNo The thousand of people who ar every day being mailo well by Doana Kidney Fllla and the fro trial herewith offered makes further delay Kidney neglect They correct urine with bioe dust sediment high colored pain in passing dribbling frequency bed wetting Doana Kidney Fills remote calculi and grain BeUero heart palpitation sleeplessness headache cerrouness dizziness Ntwanur KT B C Jones writes I was unable to get anything to stop the too puck Coir Of irrtw For at I p r p p PERUNABFAO WOMENSay- sDrMCGeeofSanfraneisco Z A CONSTANTLY increasing number of physicians prescribe Peruna in their regular practice It has proven its merits so thoroughly that even the doctors have overcome their prejudice against so called patent recommend it to their patients I Women to Use Peryn Says Dr Gee Dr M C Gee is one of the physicians who endorse Peruna In a letter writ ten from 513 Jones street San Fran saysThere objection on the part of the practicing physician tondvo ca to patent medicines nut when anyone medicine cures hundreds of people it demonstrates its own value and does not professionPeruna wonderful cures In San Francisco that I am convinced that It Is a valuable remedy I have frequently advised Its use for women as I find It Insures regular Mad painless menstruation cures Ieucorrhcea and ovarian troubles and bulldsup the entire system I also consider it one of the finest catarrh remedies I know of heartily endorse your medicine1 M C Gee M D MrsK T Gaddis Marion N C Is one of DrIlartmansgrathfulpatienta She by letter followed his directions and is how able to say the following Before commenced to take Peruna I could not do hard work without BufTeringgreatpafn I took Peruna and can say that it has done more for rne than any other medicine I have ever taken Now I am as well as ever I do all my own work and it never hurts me at all I think Peruna is agreat medicine for womankind Mrs E T GaddisWomen are especially liable to pelvic catarrh female weakness as it is corn monly called a I s S I I I 4 I I I I a occupies in to every catarrhal of If you do not derive tnm the of write at once to flrv Hartman giving m full I statement ot your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President ot The Hortmaa Columbus Ohio sq j ITSSUU UI IS IS aabssuiuipus I I 4ZLW4Fact I Ifa not sentiment its not the price that tbeI most intelligent and successful shots shootWlneheater Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells Its the results they give Its their entire reliability evenness ofpattern and shooting Winchester Leader shells ed with molceleas powder are the beat loaded shells oa the Wiqcbeater Repeater shells with s emokeless powder are cheap in price but not in quslityi fry either these brands and you be well Be sore to get Factory Load v shells THE SHELLftTnC CnArlPIONft 6H T POPULAR CHEAP EXCURSION Niagara Falls Thursday Aug 6 1903 Big Four Route kly 700 rFROM CINCINNATI O Toronto OntOnly 8100 more than rite to Niagara Fal- lsAlexandria Bay N Y Tfipuiand Islands Only J8 50 morethan ratqri IVIontrea Que Only 310 u mi rate teLelt alloweil at Westfleld for side trip to CIIAUTAUQUA LAKE Tickets good returning twelve days In rludtnir dateiot sale Elegant trains of Pullman Slcrplng Cars anti Superb Day Conches jona1ly conducted by rereDig Four who will look afterMhe wants ot pasaeoBer These excursions need no Introduction to the and the popularity of the Big Foafrhe natural route to Niagara Falls via Buffalo Is well known Full Information In pamphlet form can be ob tamed from Big Four ticket office f K KKKVKS GenlSottthern Aft WARRFX JrTixcir w p IIEPPR Cent Paw Ticket Ait A fi Pk T CINCINNATI IJ According to HI fourA young Japanese compo itor employed on a Japanese paper hardly a toneVhtpw from the Math Express down town ua a city train other morning He was tngrojjfd in his morning paper and paid little atleiitiah to the other passengers lint a frenhlooking whohdraid anyhnwAnaipingQuickWhat sort of a are von anjway a YankeeThe to and left the train iuiekly when hail station was reached N V Maliand Ex prejt The Thousand Islands There may be somewhere on the earth a more delightfulregion than that of the if there is it has riot been discovered It is the of America but ajto has good hotels that can be kept warm there shall happen to be a cold rainy It ic as fine as the Bay of Naples with 2QOO picturesque hlanil scattered along twentyfive miles of worldYouTheThousandfree on receipt of a 2cent stamp by George AgentGrandDiscovery In Ilnrtnonr indifferent thatitclothes dont fit Detroit Free Press The Overland Limited solid train Chi cago to the Coast daily Chicago Union Pacific orthWe tern Line forgetRams GET WELL STAY WELL cFslrtaMcpo STAYf- for fra tilt ton mall this easpce to rcatcrXUtmn C8 EaEiio T tixrn ipscaH bm citcirnte iuMm on sepa1 I51 Jt forty yean I had headache day and night could not sleep wellwas very weak and about siring up all hops I got Deans Fills and they cured me That was die months ego and I can say today my water is regular and I have not had headache for flee months For bed scalding urine anti headache Deans Kidney Mis hare no equal I have recommended them to fifty different persons with good results Ifln tread of Deans Pills In SmitfJand Banner sent to you fat sample sad afterwards purchased the- pWsfroniJoUeyBrosGrgd aJI 3 c Joau- a Peruna a unique position medical science Itisthe r systemic catarrh remedy known the medical profession today Catarrh uone will admit is the cause of one half the diseaseswhich afflict mankind Catarrh and disease afflict onehalf the people of the United States prompt and satisfactory results use Peruna Sanitarium makes onifonn load market loaded of wfll Winchester 5 sentatlvcsSCtlic buildingwas riding Venice evening wetting VITALIZE YOUR NERVESIf you are shaky nervous irritable i a bilious headachy cut of sorts zomulsiotILILIkUIa I 5 will Vitalize You and put you to Rights What Ispzomulslon It Is a vitalized emulsion a great ecpnstructIve tonic food for cpnsumpUye and diseased wrecks composed of cod live oil guaiacol Ta germicide and the glycerchypophos phlfes Yormfng a food inedicine which has been truthfully oiled r r rc omulslon livens you up puts new thoUgfitS in your head develops and strengthens yobriiIenergiesmakes a newman orwem sifyoir Cures Con sumption Yousee the world through new glasses after theureof Ozbmulslon And withal It is not a drug but a food Cant do you any harm Cant help but 4 you goode e1 1Lio 5 O BY MAILq p w I CC i ToProvo Its Great McoJcIhal Food ralne nd What It lisa Dono For Othersand WiIZjo JTorYou TRIAL BOHLE FREE BY Mill will be sent prepaldori nqneH It Is tho Emulsion Pbynlclan Use anti Pre eerlbe in their own families ad practice and DruggIsts sell In largo Bottles Weighing over TWO Write by teller or postal card for Free Sample giving your same and tul address OZOMULSrON FOOD GO- 9S PIsieQStNEW YORK L 1 g LIVE STOCK AND MISCELLANEOUS 0 Electrotypes IN GREAT VARIETV- TOR SAZJS ATTHB LOWEST TRICES BV A N KELLOGG NEWSPAPER CQ 335 West Fifth Strut Cintinnttl HL asazsns orxnisPrzitDXSUUXaTOBDT ANTttlWO ADVERTISED IK ITS COLUMNS BUOULD INSIST UVQN ILSV1SO WHAT THEY ASK iplt REFUS1NQ ALL 8CBSTITUTHS OB liHTATIOSS r nt rIandIOSITIVE ANKU TieWHEN wimEG roplea e itato that yoq nv tft My rlq t IB IfeU paper H 4 q C ct L 1 tit i4t f J aLII OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO l ijo OWINGSVILLE KYn m PER YEAR IN ADVANCE k AddropR nil communications to THE OUTLOOK PunusniNo Co or to OwihgBVllleKy Subscribers desiring n change of addrnss should always give previous II addrpnp when writing A Correspondents when out ofRtn Uonerv should mention Fact oh n Separata slip of rIIPt THURSDAY JULY 23 1003 I 1 ANNOUNCEMENT TFor Magistrate i We are authorized to nnnounop lhnmJJnnq no nundidato to Vuooecd himself nR Magistral in Owinenvttlp district No 6 subject tn the action of the Democratic I party i AIUR YotiKO IP rconcilod to the J YOuiAville cnlafitrnplic Like the tnann wife to dying he Just hnd n be jI HIM O BBAD hv a short epeooh showed he WRP atill the biggest Re publican in Kentucky by tilt odd Including Dehoo i jlocurauu plAyednr in PierpontMorvnR stork preserve l t week Morgan wouldnt V RockytJp I UKOLC SAM is shyer annul pn iInthlJtthat Jewish petition to Russia than a hOT lu ahnut deliver t ing his Out lore letter to his Inam p4 arlttato BILKKAP got th nnminatinn on 1 the first haHnt Individually he hiemR to bo nil richt hut ho trains Vrith tho Sapp element which k Iti iIL1I W I Il 4p FOLK contlnuPB to unenrt 1egi t t r tIveeorrnptton In St Loni and Jilb Missouri legislature Ho Wilt 6 w 11 himself disliked by theboodlers t 4 1 If he isnt careful 4 4 10 rEE Trr s MAJOR TVii C OwcKBChairman v 4 nnd Judge W M Berknor nominee I r fo Attorney General figured con 1rpicurntalv jnJhit Republican State r cftnvsa ion They are exDcmo CTatL 4 JOBH BOLL thinks maybe r he has S wolatn to some islands ofT Borneo 4J that Uncle Sam knows he owns S landgrabbprslike squalls JI HOB law is growing in prevalence Mf not favor throughout the coun 1 try It IB notn good omen but the legal machinery of law not bo responV1w DKUX baa beeene lucbabaok 4 nunber athe can only hpo to attract attention b abusing Clove t41ma4 ad other DeaboratR who It stao4fnrCIep1aidIm which III t synauyssous with Democracy i MM DOHA BROCK recently wld owed who bfonnt nQted as th Vhlld wife of Gen Casfius M Clay 1aeo avers to newspaper notoriety I 118W that sh threatened a reporter with a pistol and ohsed hinawhb brood Hurrah fQr Dora ftro rT srXCKVt of Win str and CongraVsntn W rj Owent of G orfetnwn wte ex f Deonorats conspicuous at the State s Hrpubliofta convention They are biiertLantheenwhare run miag the Democratic party now f TC8 wow celebrated JettWhitoI trial wiirtwein at Cvntluana next tateAFI tty1 orblag Interest and the Inter n jtfstlee will hope thogiillty will re r th the ptfnlment they deserve Tfje dragnet at Washington is DcEUnele Saw has hesaI payinc dearly I boucbfbtth4 iJ Hliiiitd abetaxatlonwnuldn ibqHIta ebIh TPtATT waaUSenatrtrAldrlo- hW 1 jut 8hft4e 1I1 8t1fnt Ron eveHa t 7 V tmialajt ae In 1904 Platt Is- 4MpA tkere Is nf telling what ho rf fct agalast Aldrlch who would he c a ffurelifail In they pnwerful body of which Jie Ig the chief member a reteat j 4 y Tkranf a certain cash nfIrnlf1Unole Ram 250 ua because he wax f their JJnele 11- 0Mjitela t the open market at 125 f Hehhe eonpanr got only 50 soaeftthosesnldunnIesam But then imme of Uncle clerks needed cLI thrtaktnat 1 j t t THE colored Ministers of Evans 4Pf k Ttueltuladopteda sensible course i IapaaIiigreolutlorii condemning t th shif tl M and Idle negroes of i Jhteircta lng the polka to cI i iz 4t harshly with them White p opt every where respect worthy I eilebut theyare grow fisr iatoleraot of the onarIt JtJ erlmlaal leaent who aro aI bJsoa the community There y hV fturferthe negro except as Ai Jiipuak JJIteJr by ajiifeof J frlty sad usefulness The t Iuer he learns that he can secure a I sVfpr hilronly by d lerVI lif iIjebtter willbe for II kie MWHse or the negro that lp 4 irevi ifl8Snd shiftless whIte too th lstter at not to ift ivy the pM white people Li for 1aIqii14 that leabart Ma Me as s Jiuman no jtHrjaiiwbatJt1eiindII has sver changed ins UyitwXpftfiCgjnqB Istejr beppipic4eif j I S I f SI lJ4 4 1 i r t Jr l o l ol i rP p t1 t 1 s 1 I if I J IJf Th 7 CAW B J l WEN made his will nd set his aifairs in order Ilku person whose life was in tho utmost jeopardy before he tim special court at JucksnnI as a witness this week Old Ken will learn to do the thing better epme day THE rpeclal term of the Breath itt Circuit Court Judge Redwinc presiding began at Jnckson Mon lily to investigate the burning of Cpt Evens hotel the attempt to briho Kwen and tho assassination of Cox Judge Redwinr in an in terview nt Lexington with the man ager of the Herald talks like ho in going to have a thorough investi gation of thnso matters and says if the grand jury chosen docs not do its duty he would Set It asido and f hive another chosen That is the right sort of talk and if it bears proper fruit the Stato will rejoic- eCORRESPONDhNCE CraiBS Aunt Rebecca Craig ta at tho point of death John Clark and wife visited friends here Sunday Robert Warren bought of Smith Thompson n hog for5 Sid Tinchor and wife visited Henry Tinchet und wife Sunday Mrs George Sexton and two children have gone for a weeks visit to her sister MrsJohnClarkd Fairview Needing a rain very badly in this communityJ was in Fleming burg Friday on business- Sundayschool has been changed from morning till evening School will begin at this place Monday with Mr Robertson as teacher II Last Monday evening Charles Ilornbnck Leslie and Jo fHendrix were blown out of a pool and were thought nt first to be seriously hurt but are some better now ILlck1nKUnlonSlmSpark school last Monday A 1 Hnin and son CherUb went to Salt Lick last Thursday shop P PWilHoms went to Mud LilklastWednesdaytQput upe set of tombstones Clifton Davit wife Mr and wife and Nellie Cog well visit od Will Brown of near Farmers I last Thursday The Cumberland Pipe Ijtine Co is laying a line to the Kontuckr Rngland Tease on Scotts Qreek to pump their oilaway MIdland City There is talk of a newdopot horoi in the near future Tom Moore want Sunday to visit lilA family in Ashland Work is on UampfllewdVejlDIouseI Ray 9yearold son of George and AnnaGreen died Thursday gn1ngecommunity Little son of George and Luli- whoopincaug1fltiimppr tftnf3d measles Mrs Bottle Kendrioks and child ron of Grant oouaty are visiting Mre8aznjjIe MarIon Myers and wife of upper Licking viaitod the formers moth er Mrs Lou E Myers Sunday Mary Crawcodand brother Clay of Bradys Switch vigited their sister Mrs Tray Myerlr Ian week Will Mansfield rirJdMfss Eva Boyd were m rriedThur8day after noon We extcnd our coggratula nl Qlympla J W McGloseon obntinues very lowv Miss Minnie Bollard If for her home at Mt Sterling Monday George Swans of Siapson wait at home several days lust week Miis Addle WeUlnf Bourbon Co visited Mrs Melissa Snedegar SundayTho drill is down about two hundred feet deep with a good ia diootion ofoil- MrsD R Bishop and Miss tE Naper visited friends in Mt Sterling Tuesday Miss Minnie Ballard and Mrs Dullard Swart yisited Mrs W N Otis in Salt Lick Saturday Mrs Charlotte Rogers of Mt Sterling was the pleasant guest of frll R Bishop the latter part of the wea- kIMr and Mrs Fielding Shrop shire of Yalo visited the lattors father Wash Thompson Saturday nn Sunday Mrs Kate Costigan and son Her bio were guests of friend and rel ntlved at Sbarpsburg several da3s last week Mr and Mrs Will Houston of Louisa were culled to the bedside Mrs Houstons father J WMo Glossdn wlio Is very low Mrs SC Alexander anddaugh ter Lucile Wddneaday until Friday withtH ir cousin Mrs Belle Rice on Flat Creek Captain Wood Cola Barnes 3ud floveriuale and wife and BeVfifal others front Prc ltOQ attended the banebair game hero Satu rday Mrs Wepersnndtridflryan nPloIlB re lleworltbe pleasant guests of Mrs JK Jackson sever al days last Week also Mrs Dora Cook Miss Maud CuyleQf Aihlarid visited MrsJ KvJaokvon tt th16 i i 1 if t z Q West End 0 P Hobbs ii no better Gorge McClain accidentally cut himself severely with an us Clyde Pergram is employed to teach the White Sulphur school Mrs Mollie Groor is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs HenryWille The oil fever has subsided and the pulses of the people beat more regularlyMiss Ray Trimble of Mt Sterling 19 visiting Miss Jennie nylon this weekIAs n couple of gentlemen wore riving out of Salt Lick they observed a lot of boys and men sit ting on the fence Just as they were passing they an firing their pistols in the air Xlhe horoo took fright and run away amid the shouts and laughter of the crowd Mooros Ferry Herbert Cassity is out again after Having the measles Mrs W T was reported a littlo better last Saturday Frona Johnson fa on tho sick list with her old complaint again Miss Ollie Hart began teaching tho public school Monday July 13th George Ford and Dollio Hawkins It is reported wero married at More head July 13th J E Johnson has bought a hull interest in T F Razors storehouse lot und goods at this place The building committee lips con traded for six tliousandeetof turn ber for flooring andcelling for tho new Christian cliurchhouse here Elder H C Downey will preach at Hsdricks Saturday night and Sun day morning Remember services begin Sunday morning at 10 oclock The Slato Valley baseball team de feated the Moores Ferry team Sat urday by 20 to IG The Moores Ferry boys did well The umpire made two mistakes in his decision ngninst the Moores Ferry boys and theSIato Valley club had the catcher from the Owingsville team iBeech Woods t Miss Earl Fitzpatrick visited Maude and 3Dtna Bailey Monday night TUB SICK Aunt Rebecca Coyle is not so well Mrs North is some better were glad to say IMrs James Stone and sons Roy and Clifford spent Sunday with James McNabb and family Mr and Mrs David Norris and children and Miss Agnes Stone spent Saturday nail Sunday with relatives at Farmers James B Sitono and sonN Slnor rand little daughter Annie Mary visl tad Thomas Stone of M ers bug from Friday until Sun a iThe drouth is something serious iWe have had no rain to amount to anything since April jWe had such a cold wet spring the Aground was in such a bad snap that now itjs so drywe cannot possibly raise a crop ifIt rains anyways soon in this neighborhood 1 Sprlnfffield 0 B Spratt was in Mt Sterling Friday Mrs V M TaylorJs visiting her son Ed Taylor Earl Smathers bought 15 sheep Monday at 275 per beadI Joe Orouch aodWUrBo were in Mt Sterling Monday John Sraalhers thosmutIno If Mrs Lucy Smothers is 6ufto sick tMiss Belle who has been sick for some tinfoils much worse Mrs Katio c2dn1Sl Mist Lida Smatbersfey I in ltf t Stcryp triday night and Satur day vMisVes Nell Boyd and Ethel Gfover ofMt Hterling and Messrf Robert Syiof Mt Sterling am weretSundayMrs Joan Chancy entertained t dinner Monday in honor of her sons eighteenth birthdayJ About thirty guests were preeent They were entertained with flinch in the morning and at one oclock an ole gant diwier wasserved In the af ternoon number of those nt enjoyed a game of baeebllUi Jt Stepstone Rilii1e what we need and if it doesnt corae this week we wilt suf for very much Mrs Ann E Gntowood spent from Saturday till Monday visiting friends In Mt Sterling x W T Payne son William nnd dough teriniaw spent Sunday with his fatherinlaw John Karrick am wife f Mrs John Karrick Mrs Frank Brown and Miss Mary Jones spent last Thursday with Mrs Foster jiear Spencer Our Sundayschools wjll hold their picnic in Ri L Goodpasters grove on Salt Well August 22d Everybody is invited J L Anderson of Louisville is nero selling stereoscopic viowssaye ho isxioing well at this point He is boarding with Isaac Karriok Miss Sudio Stout who has been touching music at Farmers andSalt Lick for the past three months closed out her term and returneq home last Wednesday- G C Montjoy and sister spent most of last week bore picking blackberries said they were tot scarce at his place Ewlngton so came bereor their winters supply One day last week the people oT this neighborhood had 100 gallons or more oT berries hero to sell to I the train men on local freight trajnsiptber days they had some too but not as manyas on that special day J THOS J TONES Livery Feed Sale Stable OW1NGSVILLE KY Headquarters for horse und mule l 1ephone connection jwith Preston S tioqj 1- 3t j Lj iIt t t r ll7 7c o Okla Rain is needed very much Mrs James Flora is mending slowly Tho wheat was all threshed here last week eTheWednesday night Chas Barber began teaching the fall term of school here luat Mon dayMiss Ellen Denton of near Grange City is here visiting rela lives nnd friends Quito a number of our young folks went to Edens Chapel Sunday eve to church J M Cfhin sold a bunch of tat Jlogs to a Fleming county buyer nt Be per lb to be delivered this week I Clem Riddles sale was held last Saturday Everything sold at low prices The family will go to Mis aouri in about two weeks The dry weather here is causing troublo with tho people The grass is nearly all burnt up and they are compelled to drive their stock tc water at a distance Jh r Sunday morning Uncle Bract Jones took his two horses to a neighbors spring to water thorn On starting home heyclimbcd upon the fence to getfiocr one the horses The hors hrew its head down throwing hinmiver its head Ho struck his left houlder and side of his head of a rock bruising him up considorably but it is not thought seriously He was speechless for a short time He managed to get home after a while but will be laid up some time with a sore shoulder Knob Lick Needing rain badly Frank Collins is visiting in Ohio Some corn is tnsscling out very low The steam shovel is loading con siderable dirt Cut Shrout is visiting his sister Mrs Kimbrell We are having come very windy blustery weather A lumber car was wrecked near the mines Monday V C Razor will begin fchool hero Monday morning Mr Editor how far are we above the sea level Henry Swanigan will move to tho mines the first of tho week Capt Pitmans article will be published next weekEd nightIWm Razor and wife visited Robert Wells and wife Sunday Hay harvest has commenced The crop will only be fair tf All the boys from here went to Moores Ferry to play ban Sunday Capt Pitman will commence weighing ore for the company Monday morning fleD and Jim Wells and family will move here from lluntingtini Tuesday to work at tho mines 4 John Goot1paeterJJf- 4h3m11nsZtiekIiy at lie t aa he else ho would hnvr hoen kilhdnrJt much hurt as it wnWin Barnes and daughter Mrs Whitcomb were on the hunt of their dog a south pup which bud strayed off a few days ugo from Roes Run The Ore Bank and Olympia boys came in from Mooroa Ferry very quiet Sunday ove They were hardly known in the game so one 1or the boys reports Odessa Dr A W Jones has been confined to his bed with flux for several days ftotiis Crumps little boy il get tIng along very nicely with his at tack of Fever t A T Jones and family of Bur bridges Branch visited at Mrs Ruth Jones Saturday and Sunday Quito a number of renters are giving up and proposing to give up their crops to find work in other partsW A Snedegar ia on crutches suffering with a very tore foot caused by a wagon bed falling on the foot over tm weeks ago No rain here yet It was three months last Sunday since wo had 1any rain to amount to anything and the prospect for a corn crop is gloomy indeed Little Gracie daughter of Mr and Mrs Simps Purvis pfAshland whocame here Sunday of last week took scarlet fever the next day af ter she arrived at J T Gudgells Old UnoleBrackston Jones ofIn dma Creek toll from a horse he was taking to water Sunday morn ing and fractured ono shoulder from which ha is suffering consid erably Joseph and Leslie Hendrix arid j Cbas Hornback were blown up with dynamite last week on LFck Branch while endeavoring to place the 15th stick of dynamite ia the hole with the drill for 16 more and Jarred themff blowing Joo 57 feet away Leslie over a fenc and Uornb ck some distance Are aUJ doing very well and lucky were not killed Hornbackwlll lose Ione eye and Joe Has a broken ritI orapksd bone near the ankle are all the serious injuries so far aswe have heard though all were badly bruised up and their flesh torn considerably OLD HICKORr A drink that reaches the spot and leave no headache in the morning The KepItsale bls P Atcij84gf teJ1 jf t a tt 4 tt- r t j r k Crooks S V Johnson wrnt to Stepstonc SundlfYrlClyde 1orgram of Cnrringion was here LhurldutlII M Hoverranlo and wife IIltp d at Olympia SundayRCole Barnes C were at Olympia Sunday Several from here attended Court in Mt Sterling Monday Jim Clark and wife olReynnIils A yule visited relatives here Sunday Joe Turley shipped two carloads of lambs to Jersey City Wednes day t Mrs Henry Johnson and daughoter visited relatives at Friday Joe Clark and wife of near OwI ingsvillc visited relatives hereI Sunday F P Hendrix Co shipped two carloads of cattle and one of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday Dr Robins of Louisville was here last week to sio J F Johnson Iwbo is very much Improved Mrs W W Nixon and two little daughters of Silt Lick visited rut atives hero Sunday and Monday Mrs Mollie Thomas and daugh ter visited the family of A Q Thomas near Mt Sterling Satur day and Sunday Upper Prickly Ash Caleb Ratliif and family moved to Salt Lick last week John Coyle and wif visited rel atives on lower Prickly Ash Sun day Misses Ruth and Pearl Markland visited relatives on Slate Creek Sunday ES Hamilton and wife of Roes Run visited R L Stone and wife Monday Mrs Helen Clark and daughter Ashley visited Mrs Dollio Lyter ono day last week Miss Walter May Rntliff began the public ecluol at Harpers school house Monday Mrs Kate Gillon of White Oat is the guest of her daughter Mrs Thomas Allen this week Elder Amos Kendall and wife of near Carrington Menifee Co are visiting relatives here this week Mrs Ella Hamilton and daugh ters Ednu nand Emma DofMontgomery Co visited relatives here last weeK Oscar Chandler and wife of Ow ingsville visited Riley Chandler and family tine night last week Miss Aha Chandlor accompanied them home R L Stone visited her parents John D Stone and wife in Nnho las Co one night last week Ills brother Lindsay came ham with hun for a severalweeks visit Slipses Ashley Clark and John nbc Arnold Shields of Flat Creek visited Misses Edna B Hamilton itnil Diillie L Warner at Mrs Dot lie II Lyturs Saturday afternoon Slate Valley t Ruin is budivneodedi- llJ School commenced at Forge Hi t1Ionday rMiner Toy was the guest of Lcl lio Craig Sunday Almost cold enough for frost here Monday morning Mrs George Garner complain knaglist Wynona Sorrell of Forge Hill was the guest of Lucy Ulery Sun dayI Sam Shultz foldan old cow to Hob Stewart of near Uoynoldsville f for 10 IlIane Sexton and family of Ash visited relatives Craigs Sunday Mrs Moae Fitzpatrick was a guest of her sister Mm Dee Rudder one day last week Jo Lathram wifo nnd y ere guests of the family ofe ttder one day last weak Sarah Alice Ferguson and Pearl Wilson visited Lellie near Urals Saturday night and Sun day j Butler Toy and wife visited Mrs aunt Mrs Sam Goodnn aouth of OwingavilloSaturdoyond Sun- dRY Tohn K Jone and wife visited the family of their son Buddie Jones nearSharpsburg Saturday and Sunday The yearold baby daughter of Dee Ruddtr is getting better of tine whoopingcough His other two children have it nlso Mason Vice andj Robert Toy of near Sharpsburg were the guest 6f friends hero Sunday They eay crops have almost perished for want of rain Jack Toy of nesir WyomIng was the guest of Sam Shultz Sunday eye Jack was in the blues He says no matter liowi much it rains from now on they oant make a balficrop J StocPI The dry weather IS damaging to tobacco here The prospects hero are for a light corn crop Mrs Will Mallory who has been qulte sick is some bettor H S Bridges sold a fancy barns mare to Mark Trimble for 110IMrs Alfred MoorO has returnodt homo after a visit to relatives near Owingsville Dr J H Taulhoo and wife ofI Owingsville visited J H Taulbeo and fUebore Sunday Miss Virginia Day f Hazel Green has returned homo after a visit tQ rchiiveS 1iqo t 5 ctIf L1 r f At M m Attornoy Jjis Brown of Olive ill wus tilt grieyt of relatives here- rnni Siiturduj till Monday Miss Uaudin Waldock has rei homo to Cincinnati lifter n mitrncted visit to her parents Inure oa Tom and Miss Bcrtia Wren of Run visited their parents B Wron and wife Saturday and Sunday Mrs Sam R McClure of Clark Co is visiting her mother Mrs S Taul and other relatives in the Springfield neighborhood rho trustees IraTe employed Miss Sallio McDonald of Mt Sterling o teach our full term of school McDonald cnmes highly tee- mmended as a teacher Mrs Jas Waldeck will visit rel olives at Ford Ky and Cincinnati this week Cn Aug 8th she will leave for Havana Cuba to join her husband who is located there Prof T B Throop who taught our school last term will teach the public school at Judy The patrons of that district should congratulate themselves for having secured such an able instructor Walter E Stops and wife of Umatilla Florida visited J UGil luspio nnd wifo Sunday Mr and MrsStoops have recently completed a tour of Virginia They will pend the summer with Mr Ss brother Dr A B Stoops afcMU Strrling Sharpsbutg C P Allen of Kansas City is visiting relatives here Several from here will attend the JettWhito trial at Cynttiiuna Miss Fannie Peck who is under treatment at Lexington it some betterIG Elgin Simp spent several days Inbt week at the Olympian Springs Clarence Judy of Judy visited his brother Robert and attended church here Sunday C M Grain returned Wednesday from a twoweeks stay with home people at Russell Grcenup Co Alfred Crooks and wife nee May Saunders visited relatives and attended meeting here Sunday It is getting distressingly dry here A little shower Saturdny night but not enough to do any good Tho Misses Mason of Grassy Montgomery Co were pleasant guests of Mrs Ann Gossett last week Mrs Allie Ratliff while pome better continues quite poorly Her mother Mrs Judy of Winchester is with her Mrs M E Beaton and daughter MisR MM tie Gfrps Frai oa anH Miter Mink OftVJe attended church hrr Tliimdity night John Donaldson of Elizabeth Bourbon Co riiituil relutivei here mat week There seem to be other uttructiiihs here eh Jnhni Rev J R Savage was called home to Winchester Saturday to preach a funeral but returned to nil his appointment Sunday The Home Telephone Cois run ning n branch line from the Mays trite pike via tho Gudgoll school house to the Springfield neighbor hood =The meeting at the M EChurch here closed Sunday night with 7 additions to the church Rev Soy age has been here two weeks and preached n series of interesting sermons nil denominations seemed tc have enjoyed tho meeting andre gretted its close There was per feet order during the entire servi ces While the additions won few i the church has been strength enod and we hope spiritually benefited by the meeting We hopi that Rev Savages stay among us has pleasant and that be Kill litcome again in the early future Savoyards Letter Louisville Pot Washington July6It is said that certain negroes of Maryland have spnt a paper to Comte Cassini the Russian Ambassador at this capital asking him to employ his diplomatic office ttitoptti crime of lynching in our country and plead the recent barbarityjn Dela ware in avoidance to the reproach of the massacre at KiehinoiF One would Argue that those Maryland negroes hud read the recent mani festo of Gov Beckham and had concluded to chop his logio and fling the pieces at tho diplomatic corps The Kentucky Democracy would have been a fugitive ndn vagabondon the face of the earth had it npt drawn iv capital prizo in the lottery of asaassination in January 1900 and it is by no moans astonishing that tho man who drew the office of Lieutenant Governor in the lottery of theft should wave the bloody shirt to distract alien lion from a bloody situation on tho Democratic side of the hedge That was a gratuitous a ferocious e Inexcusable assault the Govjsrp0r of a groat Commonwealth reads upon a defenseless man in prison It was not a chivalrous thingto do But this Russian business ia wanting in the very important ele went of analogy In the first place the Jews of Kishineff have kindred- In our country and American no jroes have no kindred in Russia In the second place there was no provocation for the massacre ofI CishinelT while there was every provocation for the work of that Delaware mob In Russia enI were murdered because they were j members of a certain rues In Am erica men are lynched because they aro guilty of a certain crime It would bo excellent if tqIeratiaL maintained in Russia ifworT ovely If the AmerIca but lawyrepottant oJltme v mankind called f v Is not alwnVsr t t Jv lii l2 i tL 0 r f cNrj- j CARTMILL ST No 14 twin hold their annual reunion attio CflOtJCa UROVE tmile south of SALT LIOk on Thurduy 1r1ny Saturdy I AUGUST 20 21 Q21903 i Tlnhi will be tIierandstreunian verhie1diuEustarnEYTh5p iJ parties having this In chnniie ViII ipnre flu money ot jmake all themselves All kipds of Jrm cent nl11118enlel1tll NO WHlSIYI1110wed on the groundaCUme one cooaIIi 1 POST COMMAE 4l IV DIbAU6s2OCEN1uRfl1 WU RATISOI e ICATI0NCOJtI o AUL1JU5TCrc5eCC d sometimes terrible As evidence of this last there was only the pounds of 200 pound of fiend left in Dela ware for the Ooronor to hold a quest on Horace Greeleyad vised those negroes who woud ele vate iho race to go to New Jersey hnd raise potatoes These Mary land negroes will finl that better than appealing to a subject of a savage despotism to ameliorate their condition is thin cessation of the revolting crime that lends to lynchings There will be lynch ings in this country until it is safe for women and girls to walk the highway without dangerof assault Every man must agree that it would be better to let the law take its course but it is much easier to know the righTthan to do the right The Czars uncle throws up to us that there nsa Russian fleet in New York bay in 1882 That ir- a piece of chimney corner history that is frequently brought out by denier in the ridiculous and the man IIQ I suppose there was n Fttiuiiin fleet in New York harbor in 1802 and I suppose it was not an accident that It was there It iiceniopliPhrdlta mission and there ore a hap of excellent people who really believe that the presence qf that fleet in American waters saved the country from intervention on the part of England in our war of61 65 That flegt had about as much effect on the conduct of England In 1862 as Coxeya army had on thr policr PrI p1Ithe BUthort f Columbia dYu sioSryB veterans in juil Hr And England would have sunk that Russian fleet with just as little compunction England did not in terfere in our war simply because she was for the Union That ill the whole story That was not proslavery man in all England and ExoterHall nndScotland would have gone trite riot if not into re hellion had the English adminis tration interfered in behalf of the South But when we insulted her flag and took Mason arid Slide from one of her ships England got ready to fight and she was in earn est Abraham Lincoln and the Prince Consort got us out of that squeeze Where was the Bus sian fleet then And what could it hyjcW1i1ewberevor it waS- tJiiQh bas made a heap out ol hop that the English squad rop it Halifax coulclbave disposed of Oi Wt Schloy dIpoMd of the Spanjafap forty years after All that 1 South desired at the hand to raise tho block r ports open the orBitlaia8 fought for twen cotton would have filled her tn9ry and armed und equipped her troops and fed thorn Without tho blockade to aid Graut could never have taken Richmond and Sherman wpHld not have got past DaltoQne curious tIring about Englands attitude in 1861 65 is that Gladstone u Southern sympathizer was ever more pop lar at the North than at tho South while Disraeli a Northern sympa thizer was always more popular at the South than at tho North And this feeling continued until both eminent men were dead and there was no secret as to tbeir views of 9rgfeai Devolution v It has been related that a slight c aogo In the views otthe Southern leaders wouldbnD made Robert Toombs President of the Con feder acy and it wine sold that Tombs was ready to pledge to England and France every pound of cotton grown in the South for ten years that is that Jiobody but Jbe Eng nhand Vreneb spinners would be permitted to buy in the South or ship from the South a tingle bale In Return England and prance were to keep Southern o e1 and sand haifa million soldiers Vo re- njrcs Lef and Johnston No doubt t ka cOlbn j T i Zy 1 jF i 3 I v 1 f f = I R promised to stop ih war aat cure Southern independence oft Confederacy if he would Owl emancipate the negro rat Jf Davis returned answer that fi i lordship did not understand tI Southern people nnd Jiad forgo ttijay what the war was about Russia had nothing lathe wort to do with the result For ftll pvtt tical purposes she was a knot ofla log Like nil wars final Tieiarrj inclined to the stronger IIld 5 land helped both sides and aud money outvof both Rtivsia woij t have done the samo had she et V in fix to do It Sowould Germa v and Franco just as Missouri J v V plied England with zanies for I v j fleer war and sent orators to 0 j Igress to sling about great cbi V of ignorance touching the nerD that struggle V It would enliven things If Russian Ambassador should pleaXt the Delaware lynching as a P anti counterclaim against the KirtKTv ineff massacre SAVOTAIK r j OLD POINT COM ORT J YA JI Cheap excursion rules via C k O Route July 29th 1305 On July 20thror4rip ticket will be sold from Lexington Ky arid all stations from Lexingtoii Ashland at 13 rIckets goadW days from date of sale For fu information inquire of your ge nr write JOOK U POTTS A GP f nrCuTnnti Onr G W BABXK 0 P A Lexington Ky t vThisyou think how liable you are not V purchase the only remedy univuMa ly known anti a remedy that has ha tho largest sale of any medicine It lthe world since 1808 for tho cure ir- tretmout of Consumption an t withoutIyears you will be thankful we called A your attention to Boschoes QartnaniJi Syrup There are so many ordlupryJI cough remedies made by druggist n and others that arc cheap arid oo4 buttorsevereCoughstBronchitis for Consumption where there lb dIN flcult expectoration anti coushinaj during and mornings a SyrupTheduced this year RlIgql r size 75 c ntsAt JOHN T KJMBROUaHf J SONS J flWAlII THE LQUISVILLE COURIER5 JOURNAL TO MAKE A CASH DJST JRinrTION TO SUB SCRIbERS- 1n1891 2 the Courier Journal of Louisville Ky inaugurated and carried to a successful issue the first great estimating contest ever conducted by a newspaper This contest was based on the Presiden tial election of 1892 and 14100 was distributed GourierJournaT readers In response to numerous requcstVj the Courior Journal has decided to I tnaugurate another eimilur contest based on Jhe total voto cast for all cnndidatea = or Governor of Ken tuoky in iho election November 8 1903 Ten honsnnd dollars In1 gold silver or grcenhacksj will bo given away tq e cceBsful ear ima j tors There will be singly ifitla of j 3000 2000 1OQO60O3JO I 20015019050land 3Qoaa 1670 gifts ot10eaoh Invd there will be gits of 500 l3flOi and 200 for the best eaUnateaj ceived before August 1 baforKt rJfrJieJerJournollsboys for the Daily an4 Veekly CourierJournal Every petsql subscribing for tho Weekly Con norJournal one yea Sefldjgone eqo4Jy person I sqnbng for the r Courie rJQlJjnJ fpr cij ith QQ cents iptitlfld t9 our one year 3qO tueIv Y jcecs Rencynts otint the 11111 ow subs ribrs WrJte to jiirierJoUraal Ccnpny iaf t full particulrirryl IkikI b iL I i 4tY ri 1 i fo