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I4 1 L y rnxe J gr1 TV rtr l IJ J 1ir r ayrt yn I t J r t 1 i Y 1 u 7 til i i iii i Z JJ It c Ii VOL XXV u I i i p t Y L b iiI i nows57Item S Quarterly Court convened Monday The droutb has nearly done lot the crops gDrinking and stock water arc r falling rapidly in town w The weather the jbek hn- F snr boa nearly hot caougti o roast peanuts 1 r The Owingsvllle League b190I ball club defeated the Scrubs by two scares SundyI4 The stoatwork fl the Court t Louse is going up flJl presents a haadMac appearan W Hoer RAYS CRJR XONET SO F a itSSLKSBEB 1 1 If you wish one of the Lexiagton Elks Fair fine catalogues come to THB OUTLOOK office and get it tree l i The ladies of life Christian l 1 cleared aWut 111 on their aZ Tupper Wedaedraynight of IstC I week 5 1s L Tk0 win g sville League baser J ball club has employed Enos Ken c aor Cotington to pitch fork Jtbtbr f 1iii Altkough there was a new moon 1 Friday ight there was no rain this iatdease failing too in dryr x i wetters RSiasi Wiehl bought two cart ioad4f ewpnrZsattle of J M Uloh tJI art at f475 aliofCol H II Er lag a carload at same price J baseball club4 The OwlRgsTllle rTlllplp the Sbarpsburg club here s I Thursday and will play the same t r dull at Sharptburg Saturday A fWf T S Shrout is building a barn t1 roaNewt Shrouts place eit of 1I The bam tu M GoWpas t terwest of town ie nearing cdm platioa 7 Dr G W Conner brought to t town ane day last wee Henry Fearlnge Shetland mare n nit The colt ir a curiosity an looks y lib a toy agar k 1 On Tuesday evening August 4lb a series oteerviees conducted ci iiI Revs Maurice P Arrasmith and i Cime AGoMFlt will begin at Okla Let all ba coastanl in attendance and interest COSTRIBCTKD t l New Fu xAe successors to Os ear 2MpK wear re sredto du ts yrt verythla btu s r r rraidear aing torexYiM tI ut Act Ce JtYALICt1ieYal Ltabfr C apa111hil bought CHUI r tJaelar business the L W f KttsekLnaberCoikthisandotherF I wt this eaaaty This apanyoper ateI en aa extensivescalec y TXKIBaiaoRdCptikt =SaaLath rawal atFfoalagsburg Monday uHen1 rM a big crowi vary few oattlc seas harae aad waalee sad a Mt cheep Fat cattle were told o j ethn Hsrsecaad mutes were dill AH tiebleepwere solda a s1 Itj iiisMesh t iil1 the star gMSMacw IIi wait It leetlike a Wg etar eeA through i a IWM Mi had ieil UkeIartsa fay old sky waaderer ltvMcal FuraishiRgi Proapt 9jiiiptac U awl aiMera s rTle s h7t aIM dealer is IrtiVclan furniture Lxt Catand Me r bl4r rehatiag elsewhere Kytlabalaer r GatuOrJ irtrnFor sale a 4 seaaeteaat et otter business later MM la a aearby eoBBtry tote a s retelaM wpregCak4e dry podt t j rrr e1tWaidtiter ywlse s or one partyAiy caswef AddrML G Sot care of T 0ftL0eLt ft GsewtsrslRsrietyAokerLtdg e t J 14 AO UWM which was or Is 1t i gailtaed Sept 1etD0f with elx r Julyletar Aier aiakiag ja nOodgbtiwig fer a yoHBg lodge and an 44 todg af the MaeiorderBebertr r r lftt it iii jewti Baetsa ar P LtWW Powe 1 JbeItifIwIIIIIILilerYi Fti I 1Hewago N i Mal weaM anlarhed hi il hartM aM obeyed ploeeiaaa stap Kd1sHsi tdag areuad ao Aa Oi4i iii Of1 r gaae H s- oYaiMef t t au ailed the if1 ie r lodge at More hindllltelvieyftrtttooa1roit uddayrwAteaiMa K L ByroB WrK Con a Ker Jr A B13rdtheiGsGaui t J A4d werJasee 1JBarne s SleeeerlligtfF t TweBtytKree t ftaLaiesJiea H sfteeiwery- r r I r I r r1 r a r i r PERSONALp- kt4 fwa r r 1 Howard Oudgell was in Lexlnj i r Thursday iMns W F Mark hns bean onIsick list the past week I I Mrs T W Ewing returned TJ x r day from a trip Cynthlann s 4 Mrs Henry T Hopkins was srJLexington ono day lout week t J Miss Miranda Fielders retur vt Saturday from a visit to Flotnu f f I 77 bureo f tAlban Sliront of Prickly Ash town Monday utter a severe y t dir f iijiell I Miss Annie Sheeuan is rapldM a covering from her attack of tyd wiIfever tMrs Josephine Moores has f t clently recovered from her funz r f go about I a Mrs A N Crooks Is w ents Mr and Mrs Enoch SauntatSlinrpiburfj i Charlie Brother and Miss r tY I ts Conner went to Millnrsburg F t l to visit Miss Lura Lettonnt i ar f 1 4Mr and Mrs Rogue Allen r y s i a ed home to MjlleraburR SundaJ r r tel a visit to relatives hereJo a R Mr and Mrs Andrew fnhTuesday raorulug to spendi a JI3 days with relatives at x- r 1 Misses Annie Lee and Ada V z c BHrdstowu came Tuesday U r r their grandfather Cn tVP t r Fcx r I Miss Mattie Ewing veit lee f to spend some time w her 1 t rr Mrs Lyons at SVBoitj of fr Ea ytTenii Mr and Mrs John Scott I r z t Sterling came Friday toNrlj r ir o aa nether a parents Mr MM n j t a ad F i4M ra c J ar r r katScott a sM ht Rf MreRL Willis and two sa sf f A Sa cr 0f OhlrfrNlt1 r L payenRobert and Annette of I isi f tr Yyi t i- a r r It on are visiting their aunt M t ir n 1 rbr tHughes a i- ir fr raaa r 1a Mrs Ida Elliott returned V a ti + r l tfa Mf tar1 r j1day of last week from a Yfsitrr J t p t 4 ft f f1s4weeks to her brother a iR w r a 1 a rw fiyrt ft rr a i a aaAat Carlisle r r t l s 4c- l yr p 7 Tr fkN lson Weedon and Pierce i rltae k ar i t Le k f may jand6on OlFlentlUgbUrKlt X j f t fi 6 f reWith Sherman Ooodpnster td a a 6i r days last weekkn 1i tr t ft a i t y1 arsa virT Miss Llllle Heflln and s Brauch of Tllton came Frfl a A t Grit their brother and sister i 1aI at ar eC aNfr a I 1va LI r A Vi elF s 3 Mrs E W Heflln 1 Misses Ev McKlnneva Jessie Atchison returnetl hon i t r 75 a fd a + s a i t3Mf b Ztcfrie- nds s urday after a visit to relatlv at Sadioville a k yemo = w 4 s r r r i r jr i w Ma ai Mr and Mrs W W Teal i dew villa Ala who ar0 Up On to r r i w their former hom at 1 ar + r al t were quests of Mrs u aionday Mrs Henry Scott and grn Henry Wesley Scott and WI drew Mlnllmn left Monday t Henry Wesleys little sister i lettsburgMI Lllllnn Samuels and Duty who had been the RU Mr and Mrs J MHoj t pa tT hf 4yifoncJay r1r a f Itvetao a rr ythe 4 a + kp a F vExi 4 tBe a RuntMrs John BCarlntchnel er P K ahV i who was en a Yla fahierWluDtonre ur Ro c r 4 L eft t0r h01i10 Monday on ac f t t L the lases o her chlidr i wbooplBKcoaghUlsseft taltgkillx a Frances Willis oAt as ton Helen ORear of Fran r f t a j Robin Hamilton of Flat Ci r r i guesta of Miss Lucy Attila 4 4 r town at a house party s4 7 How PKTROLKOILI Pa Y fyEditor OcTtopK 4n 0o r Intt you answer Kn r 7 to where how end who a disced the oil that we find 1 t a i sad field and other plac e a aa aot a scientist yet tttttitUdIeaaeeand es M c vw a draw ay owa eonclusiaai I ask myself what 5 call it e il oil lidtsitioBr a it cease anty + a tw Where Down diee int r 3 where there is a perpetu burniag auhstanccB W a yy P t that is burniag Not stone aa they are sot cei t eldteTbe lore it coal a kinds ad the great heat v oil out of the eofti near tl r y t the prenurfof the ifame 4 tlty ofjgas forces the oilu t any fissures that have b sir by eruptfoac through th r strata e Took such as tbs a r etc If y theory is cri oil ia continually being 1 r a and will boas lrn as co pg ia the cesterof the rather oa tie inside eh a t f earth Whim the oil is first ex rMuthe heat it is so vast ahaI r i a aa t can not get through it 1 eehds and becoteesa a C s through the sand and r t the rock it the gas t jjete abets the oil and to r Jextent keeps the oil bad If we knew where thn were it would be no troul gushers Wherever noel il i down below us there is ol s k can be drilled to espeeiali Er 4y r lt has been an explosion o ts y k eraek the different strata Th above theory ia ntd r f refill the teachings 1 t gj C alis found only ia J oalferoua faraatioa wrlogically coBsidered is fa strata IB which petroleum i drFor instance t the kaglandrin the Derpoian foraation aMha abearboalferouB lit it and the carboniferous ap 3 oslj Ibe ightestr extent ringtons Rock So far as ever dincovc dt4 t r y a tirt t T 4 v e interior of thettt4aai q r r re 4s t p 1 d r I r t 1 It tSt t 4 t ffD hi t t 5i 1t V ri ri1 1 I 1 r St 4 l V t 1 e JC t J r- z i Jt Ir l iM 1 rf 4 1t fi D I 4 i f rjYf 4 icji- p I f 1htrtlng J f i ff c i t 1 hU1ng i kCd0 r I ght 4 t = 4rees tb g s i 4 t t yot I r wit b 44 I I 4S 4 i it FflfIJff 1 roba i fl It rap f 3g J 4 colt J h1o It I 4 0 f 1 pb 4 aN t tif bolt ta II I f r i S Fhe J lEf r f j 4 Ao c hls his I t to p 1II e4gI tLd r 21 eri pd iltl J 01 4 4lede 04 t 4 F F4 a r ue d 4 L k P IJIa en Jp l p II I4 f S 4 4Mtp 4 p 4 ItI r 2 t t f j j Out Tired of the Gnn A Clay man 61 the Flattilmrg Irmocrallenrflook his pito out hat but ant vn be ItftrrdeTurnIngpreached poking him with the mizzvliifthe Saybrothielet these tliilig down The mail hni worn ofT inking preach en hunting han us fit Star tqsIiri COrltnltnle Ithonopptdihrre and irgilf ic l at the hotel pointed out lonnInTnlliroprhlllhilringlhr alltkhalguest Why aaid the proprietor youll CityStartiitdlrfi CIt sear Shoe One sire smaller niter using Allens Foot Hatinghoti EAdtl1reufin Cnn r lor Ataftlli Death loves a hinintmark quoted IIIIII young man with and tie Oh welt dont be unrmy rejoined the brlllianttlllM fluCouah PromoQuinine FriendVhat the malttr old man tinerhatsgirlPrineeton Ihe10PS Jit c j cFound a Friend Valley City N Dak July 27th Mffcf il Boucher of Im place teIla hoi she wordsFor in my head and could Ret nothing to cure roc till about two year ago whin 1 was adviud to take Dodd I Kidney Pill These pun thefirIn January of this year J had an attack helplegrandney Pill had done for me before sent and got come and began to take them In three wuk I was well antint a trace of the Sciatica left and 1 have ban inceI Pills have certainly beenoT benefit to me I them fa friend in time of t icknew and I willal recommend them tr every one suffer ting jIobeen rhiingtd1 To the last clickof tile typc c wrilerlJrROItInlage J Pioa Cure for Conjumptiow i an infalli ble medicine for coughs andcoldN V Samuel Ocean Grove X J Feb 17 1900 rerr tI t is much easier to come down frca tfcfc heights than to climbout of the deptuTopic t ChicagotoNorthUester Llni lallerli5Arierican Three trains a day Chfragw io Califor pia Oregon and Washington Chicago Union Pacific k lint VAIldalalNOpium and Liquor Habit CaredBook free B iiWoolley Mi D Atlanta ta A good h6uewife i like the ocean Tery tidyv yhicago Daily News e I iT 4iz 1z t c 1- ol Mrs F Wrighi of 0eiwem Iowa S 0 4a is another one of the million womeni 1t A tKt who have been restored to health by1p It s f I411t1Jt r A yda E Pinkham s Vegetable Compound ft 7 A indeed is the success of Xydla E Piiikliams Vegcbl Compound compared with it all other medicines for women arcxperimcnts Why has it tbr f1lnt record for absolute cures or female medicineIin the world t lived and thrived and done Its glorious worit 4t mong women foi teetiiry timpl bccu 4I 4D Iin Q IKird 11 t oj n ans ills Re k t fas hi ba something 4i JiJ 4t 1Ite f l ltus food i Lad 44i1Oure1t P r v York 4 tie S waswithJ 1 t 3 A 4 said I grew too last for my strength I0 lt L L f andIbqlZ 1 but ot no helj I suf 4 3 c Va l Li r withtheV Ai5 i iTt 4 t4Iei pains in the back and the mostagomzmghead j plr xna La 4 Sc i aches No one knows endured Oftenz tft a ep W L t S I was sick to tire stomach and every little 4 while I would be too sick to go work for 1 I t stte 1k a three or four days Iwork in a large store eI and I suppose standing on my feet all a p V IPsS2L day made mo worse 1 ah 4g r a At the suggestion of a friendof my p 4S 0 I r mothers I began to take L dia E PlukJinmg Pr n Vcprctablo Conipojund and itis simply wonderful 3 t- r4 SI aei b k elt better after the llrst two or three doses it seemed as though atb ight was taken off shoulders Imy continued jts use until now I 1 a 4 i truthfully say I am entirely cured Young girls who are alNyays H a 4 a t ing bills getting any help as d l t lit ta e themVI L a v i J tID 174 St AYC Ivew York City i t Women should not fail to profit by Miss Adeiafdo Pranls ra q r cricnccs just as surely as she was cured of the troubles enu PInkljanisCfL L Compound cure others who suffer from wbmU trpuI 4tt irp i inflammation of the ovaries kidney troubles nervous excl c d 17 1 mt nhd nervous prostration remember that ijjs J ydla E dt P I p 1 4 t ikhams Vcgrctable Compound that is curin omen rind tlont JI placefr Zva 7 I wouldlikoclalr 4I t4 4jt e r I p you for no person in America has such a wide experience ina female ills as she has had Address is Xjnn Mass r p 4ad r advice is free and alway helpful j i ij f a s FORFEIT If we cannot forthwith produce the original letter and sl iatnre of i4iq Ilillll above testimonial which Yl11 proTo Its bsclcsennlnenss r- LjdKru PInkiiam MeJIclue Co LDDXc 4i e II s C i V I i 4 1 It 50 L i s i i L fI I IfTo California fi T 2e returnDaily2 t p 1 I I Francisco and 1 14 L 4 4 Angeles Correspondingly low rates from all points RiverJil4 4 i r r r Special fiAR Train4 4 t t I e iji3c Z ij I 4 I k dramnlroomj t i r aP4 tS i t theRockiesa P I Tfirt fail daily trains from Cfllt p bookletaandipcciaitralnjtlnerarzetifor Tr vtp W a KNI8KERN PT M 2 7 r OMOAOO ILL rp f tYe ct1Ca I I e Yp t J Ia j I i BromoSeltza1 3 Zs i 1 I iw Promptly cures all3 I1 J1acheS 1 A1 J1 4 o J j Jp 4 r I i c M Syl ttfIi 11t tcJ i JE f jll i f dikjtt EvtryThought Word and Dted Should t I tA- I Be Clotht In the Spirit of Christ 0 Sermon by tha Highway anei Byway Puschr I t COP7rihtII03 by J Edson J CIi1co Sunday July 26 Jesus4kt HE question of dress has been an Important one to the human race ever since the SUIltpall In the garden sought to cover their naked ness by the figleaf aprons What one wears Is to a great extent a guide to y ones station In life and to the occupa 4 l pursued for a livelihood The T1 matter of dress and fashion is of su 1Dreme importance to vast multitudes of j and more time Is devoted to the thing4T1las little to remind one of the garments t which were worn by our forefathers4 IEIThe people of the different nations may be distinguished by their dress It is supposed that with the multiplying of J the languages of the earth at the tower 4 fCBabel and the scattering of the peo j v came a change In style of dress and soon each nation had adapted1 rj At to lts own Peculiar tastes the raiment ef Its people Scripture employs the term of garment inI s a figurative sense IThe psalmist declares of God Thou art clothed with honor and majesty 4 Vl who coverest Thyself with light as wUh a garment In another place he aescW eslhe wicked by saying that i V violence covereth them as a garment t Y and in still another place God declares rvjy that lie will clotheln shame the ene k ales of His children The priests of the I 1Loid are urged to be clothed with usne s and He gives His prom I t IscTthat He will also clothe them with manyle r put on Christ that Is theoretically and S i by outward sign and then begins the practical experience of putting off the 1 ILold man which Is corrupt according to 4 1 te deceitful lusts and the putting on 41C r the new man which after God Is cre p 1 3ted in righteousness and true boll 1 5 aess The command to the one who has put on Christ in baptism Is Put b yoon the Lord Jesus Christ by a dally exercise of the will and heart jlnd then Paul particularizes when he says Put on therefore as the elect of God holy and beloved bowels of mer n cies kindness humbleness of mind- meekness longs fferlng forbearing one a another and forgiving one another if any man have a quarrel against any CW evcn as Christ forgave you so also do Ye And above all these things put on 4 if love which Is the bondof perfectness HE raiment of the Christian is to f T be of such a character as to unmls Vtakably identify him with the Lord whom he professes At the Immigrant v rotation at New York it is not difficult l to distinguish the nationality of the merCand women landed there by their i diftnt styles of dress The garmes t W Tihey wear are characteristic of the It countries from which they have come vv It should be sowlth the Christian He ought to have so put on Christ as tobe easlVy dlstingutefaed from the people of ftttdW Sfltl The face should be Illumlnat e the light and peace of the Christ V who sits enthroned within The eyes should be quick to see the places ot need should be channels tSrouKU which the good and never evil reach the soul The ears should bekeen to bear the try 4Uof distress should be Qfi n to r hf i the goodly message but deaftp t i Ife pure and vainglorious The lips shouSJ a under Divine inspiration shoula YtspeAk clean and true and never be 3feL stained with impure unkind of v thoughtless word The hands should be t busy in kindly loving ministry for 1atnfinds michlef JOT idle hands ftido The feet should be ready to toI the pathway of duty and not be fo run In the byways of sin and pleas 3 i urL The eyes the ears the lips the S hands the feet would thus all bear the V distinctive livery of the Divine IrdThe puton Lord would be the light 4i1nthe candlestick giving light to all y f about it would be the salt of the il earth which not haying lost its savor k Would be able to season the unsaved and unsayory masses f i + ICTHE beautiful transforming quality totthe raiment of the redeemed I- sthllmakeaj of one all people No r felorwhat nationality those who put on Christ may be they bear alike p BBSS one to the other and each to Jesua A Christ The ChiBanian ISeaally die tlngnlshable from the Hindoo and the i r jjsssian peasant from the son of sunny t y but the Chinaman and the Hin Tr jioo the Russian and the Italian who have put on Christ who have clothed I thmselves in the raiment otthe re i tle IediaIJ possess Divine graces s which mark them as memBejnrof the pj household of God One has butto read aCapt Cooks graphic tscifthe t savagery and licentiousness which dls ttoguished the natives of theSouth Sea V islands and then to listen to the testi i mony of the missionaries 8t9 the transformation which took place when j ti the Gospel as a garment clothed the people to realize how all peoples are jaade one in Christ Jesus The Chris f ttafl in Asia in Africa Europe in the r r Americas or in the isles of the sea it 1 f Aeb8 wearing the livery of the Lord f Jesus Christ is easily distinguishable freii the people of the world The world r istslower today to observe the fol hloes of Christ and take knowledge j fAa hke have been with Jesus than t lt AatJerusalem when the disciples yttT being aecHsed eor thenhearia S ND this tairaent of the reedeemed z g ftitlmitJaIRgo which tie world i aaaot deprive soul It can strip o- ffc ijartWy eelonsl can take the gar i1 Bests which bOdy Is clothed- p 2Wit it cannot touch the raiment ofth eLThe heartless Roman soldiers remUd strip Jems bfHia raiment and put y y jiip fj Him 4 scarlet robe and plat a F of thorns upoa His brow but jf were utterly powerless to take away that subllsse faith that quiet f Dignity that matchless grace and love whlch clothed His presence as with a taraiect and wrought Its influence on about and made those same a eoWIe s declaietl the dark- otJMfurY iifdeath Trulr this iii was the jpn of GdJThetlirt nflziC1CS I Iae1le upon His Wand caBit for His cloakbut c i1 iQ roiThQ cf that inex thie ercyhich hed utand I the sf7ef the dying d teokh4wkhWmmnt0Pra- And ttjtThif Jesus ttYtr MldiscipeIThs jtciV i ti1PL i r rL jjt q f1q and their gold and everything else which they possess of this worlds goods but it can never lay a soiling defiling hand upon the raiment of the redeemed which consists of the Indwelling Christ manifesting Himself in their every thought and word and deed Put on your broadcloths your silks and satins and laces and they may become soiled and torn and ruined but put on the lord Jesus Christ and the raiment of the redeemed becomes the brighter and more beautiful and more powerful in the influence exerted the more it is worn and brought into everyday use In fact If Christ be not put on dally if the soul faUb to clothe itself with the Divine presence the raiment of the redeemed surely and swiftly is with drawn and the thoughtless careless Christian finds himself standing naked before the world a reproach to the pro fession which he makes and a dishonor to the Christ whose name he bears BUT if the world may not rob the of his raiment or soil or tarnish it the Christian may soil his own garments In the message to the church at Sard is we find the charge made that there were not many who had not defiled their garments Only a few there were who had kept themselves unspotted from the world The majority had so far forgotten the profession they had made and the name they bore as to share in the sinful pleasures and ambitions of the world The garments of Christian profession had become soiled with the filth of the world had become torn by its snares and temptations Demas a colaborer with Paul and about whom Paul sorrowing had to write Demas hath forsaken me having loved t bis present world was one whose garments had become soiled and defiled with the touch of the world While he stayed with Paul and labored in the Gospel with him he came In contact with the sin spots of the world he went Into the dark and needy and foul places but it was not then that his garments became defiled Christ could touch the lepers and not be unclean He could feel the pressure of the ceremonial unclean woman who was suffering with an incura ble ailment and not be defiled He could lift the sinful woman to her feet and tell her to go and sin no more and still be spotless and pure He could eat with publicans and sinners and still lift up and save for He came not to call the righteous but sinners to repentance And Demas could go with His Lord and Master into the needy and dark places and be untouched by the sin and dirt of theworld but when he went off by him self Into the world drawn by his own desires and longing for Its pleasures heat once lost that Immunity and the sin and dirt of the world made hideous disfiguring marks upon the garments of his Christian profession Ttbe entrance to some of the great A coal mines where the fine black dust of the coal settles upon everything with soiling and dlsfiguringtouch there grows a little white flower which glistens and glows In its spotless purity amidst all the blackness around It The effect Is startling and you wonder how it Is that the pure white of its petals is not soon tarnished and blackened by the overset tling coal dust All else about It is dingy but here Is this little white flower which the coal dust seems unable to injure In tEe least degree In searching for the reason we find that the little flower has a transparent enamel covering for its whll pelvis whch I absolutely mprr iu iT jns t SCbe bak ness frefnrtb rcaJ cilne7biisTrr i surface and leaves no telltale Darsi behind The flower is still possessed its purity and loveliness It is so with the Christian who abides under the sheltering presence of his Lord His garments cannot then become tarnished or defiled with the sin dust of the world but let him wander off into the path way of sin and he has like the Chris tians at Sards soon defiled his gar meats I PUT yeon the Lord Jesus because garments of the natural self are but filthy rags Gods Word gives us the picture of Joshua the high priest standing before the angel of the Lord The contrast is striking Joshua is clothed in filthy garments the angel in robes of spotless White Joshua has upon him the garments which he himself has secured the angel has those which God has provided And the command goes forth Take away the filthy gar meats from him And a change gf rai ment was provided for Joshua He was clothed upon by God Although was JoShua the high priest who had been ministering for the people before the LfirD still the righteousnesses of the na tural self were as but filthy rags in the presence of God He must receive garments from the hand of God It Is so with the Christian To put on Christ means mor than mere acceptance of Him as a Saviour It Is the putting away of the natural self and allowing Christ the supreme rule over and control in the life Joshua until became into the very presence of God probably did not real ize that his garments were filthy rags It is always in the presence of God that the Christian comes to realize the true condition of the naturallselfand longs to be clothed upon in all fullness by Jesus Christ There must be a putting off before there can be a putting on The garment of Christs presence wilt hotj fit over the garments of the natural self The Christian must put off if he would put oh That is what Paul means when he tells us to crucify the flesh with the affections and lusts The put11Ungon T1I181S illustrated by the experience which has made this our text memorable He says Thus was I sick and tormented in mind bit terly accusing myself and rolling and turning utln my chain till it might be wholly broken At length rushing into the garden groaning In spirit all my bones were crying but soulsick was I and grievously tor mented I said to myself Be it done now be Itdone now And a voice said Wkr atandest thou in thyself and so standest not Cast thyself upon Hinu Fear not He will not withdraw Himself to let the fall He will receive and will heal thee Stop thine ears against those unclean mem bets of thine which are upon earth tot they may be mortified Then arose a mighty tempest bringing a heavydownpour of tears I cast my self under a fig tree and gave rein to my tears and the flood of mine eyes brake forth Whyhiot now Why not this hour make iln end of my uii clcanesa 1 Iii JQ from the neigh Itf he Io J 7 ia di 11 ti t f t 4 r11 0t 4 y tIi F r a i = y boring house I heard the voice as of a boyar girl I know not which alnglnj and oft repeating Take and read take and read Checking the torrent of my tears I arose intertuoting it to be a Divine command to opes the Book and read the first chapter I could find I seized I opened antI In silence read the passage on which mine eyes fell Not In rioting and drunkenness not in chambering and wantonness not in strife and envying But PUT YE ON THE LORD JESUS CHRIST and make not provision for the flesh to fulfill the lusts thereof No further would I read nor was there need for Instantly all my heart was flooded with a light of peace all the sadness of doubt melted away Historys page antI his own confessions give us a glimpse of the profligacy of Augustine and we can understand that it was no easy task for him to put off the old life and nature and put on Christ But this he did and we have In the foregoing a vision of what that struggle meant and the peace and Joy which came when ae had by faith put on the Christ whom he professed world expects the professing TilE to wear the raiment of the redeemed It Is constantly looking to ward the Christian for help In its ills tress and need It knows that Christian profession It it be genuine Is followed by the outward expression of good works And oi the other hand It Is ablo to pick out the Christian to know him when it sees him by the kindly word or helpful deed I remember hearing the testimony once of a redeemed drunkard He had been not only a dissipated man but a skeptic He put all Christians down as hypocrites and refused to believe in the genuineness of religious experi ences All appeals by Christian workers were fruitless He was untouched and unyielding But one day a Chris tlan who was clothed with the corn passion and love of Jesus came along and found this miserable drunkard and skeptic in the gutter where he had fallen He saw beneath the dirt and filth and besotted condition the soul which God loved He went down Into the gutter He put his arm around him He lifted him up He took him home The man was not so drunk but that he knew he was being compassionately cared for He knew he was having a new experience that In stead of being abused and mistreated by the wicked and thoughtless and shunned by others he was being de livered from his wretched position As his brain cleared and he was able to think the question kept arising in his mind Why dirt he do this It was the first thing In his life that ever made him realize that religion was a reality He sald I knew he was a Christian if ever there was one I wanted to be one too That man who had been denying the reality of the Christian religion was able to identify the Christian by the Christly raiment he was wearing Does the world have an opportunity of Identifying you and me as Christians by the raiment we are wearlngrAre we putting on the Lord Jesus Christ in the home on the street In business in the social circle everywhere and always In such a way as to be easily Identified as a Christian the people of the world are AND to detect the sham They may not have light enough to realize their own need they may never be brought to the place where they know they are lost cn1 need a Saviour but they do know when the professing Christian is not wearing the livery of his Lord The shallowminded superficial Christian the worldlyminded Christian is blind and does not realize that the world can detect any differ ence bet t n his veneer and the genu ine raiimm of tne redeemed butf the world is keen and f rvlng a- nknoju wha n Christianou to ttCdti s nl neefrte iis OU ai j uim injutw jam the Ih f iV 4 esslon What a reproach a is today to the religion of the Lord Jesus Christ that the Christ is so read ily and universally professed and so little put on If you profess Christ the command to you Is to put on the Lord Jesus Christ in every relation ship In life Puz off the things of the forraellfe the old Adam and put on the Divine graces of the second Adam the man Christ Jesus Wear the raiment of the redeemed TO BE RICH THOUGH POOR The Hunk Account ol a Mn Xo Certain Index to Ho r Well Off lie If You cant tell how rich a person Is by simply counting up his dollars or examining his bank account To be well ortls a common phrase which would mean more to us says the Christian Endeavor World if it were not so familiar It is a very expressive phrase when one stops to think of it and It con tame the gist of the matter To be well off Is to be really rich Have you good health You are well off Have you a good friend r You are well oft Have you a good home You are well off Have you enough to do to keep you busyYou are well ctff Have you enough to eat and drink and wearr YOU arewell off Now the last items are all that a man of money necessarily gets out of his money He will have enough to eat and drink and wear but her may have neither good health nor good friends nor a good home nor enough to do and if he has not these things ha Is not well off A man with 15 a week is quite as likely to be well off as the man with a million a year He doesnt know when he Is well off Is a phrase we oftep hear about uneasy mortals whose ambition out runs their discretion- It is true of allof us in a degree Though we have good health and a good home and good friends and enough to do we dont know that we are well off but sigh for some figures with the dollars t before them which would make us no better off tf we had them These true riches almost anyone can have if he cares for them To a few health and home may be dented but not to many and when ve add to these lesserblessings a good conscience and a good trust in Jesus Christ and a good hope of eternal life which every one can have and which make one superlatively well ot we see that anyone who will can be rlsi though poor The Lair of Life God helps nazi perpetuates Wove Who endeavor to learn how to UV1 end to Uuaw the laws ofllleileT I a H llj iIjof t f iIi y ANQTHER RAGE RIOT 1velityTvoI BodyBurnedthe Two Races Has Existed For a Long Time Danville July 27 James Wll son colored was arrestedcharged with brutally assaulting Mrs Thomas Burgess wife of a farmer at Alvon Just noith of here Saturday lie con tossed when placed in jail A mob of 600 men started for the county Jail clamoring for his life On the way a Negro named John D Metcalfe said to be a fugitive from Evansvllle Ind becameInvolved in an altercation with some of the mob They started for him and he pulled a tun and fired Henry Gatterman a young butcher fell mortally wounded expiring a few seconds later The Negro was arrested by tho officers but the mob soon took him away from the officers and hanged him to a tele graph pole Ills body was later cut down and taken to tho square In front of the jail and burned The mob then made an attack on the Jail In a vain clort to get Mrs Bur gess assailant A battering ram was Improvised and an assault made on the jail and the sheriff and the guards resisted and finally fired Into the crowd Twentytwo persons were wounded and the rlot1commcnccd The police station was wrecked and the county jail had almost all its win lows shattered The city Is now In the hands ot the state troops and a feeling of uneasl ness and dread prevails everywhere After daylight appeared Sunday morning there were restless crowds on the streets Hundreds of farmers poured into the city and each sur rounding town contributed iprswell the crowd There were many miners seen on the streets Great unrest and a threatening attl tude wasreported from Westvllle five miles away Early In the morning Wil son the Negro assailant of Mrs Burgess was secretly taken from the county Jail but was returned shortly after 5 oclock Sunday morning to the JailFour companies of militia arrived at 830 Sunday morning from Springfield Companies A I B and H of the Soy enth Illinois Infantry were sent in re ply to urgent requests sent at mid night to state officials The troops marched to the market house opposite the jail and camped Streets were cleared and the threatening attitude of the crowds disappeared There were sullen threats heard but no attempt at an outbreak was manifest during the day Sunday night 100 sentinels were patrollng the streets in the immediate vicinity of the Jail Each soldier car rica 40 rounds of ammunition Shfrlff Whitlock said Sunday in giv- Ing his version of the shooting into the mob After I sawfrom the jail that the mob was determined to attack I went to the veranda and attempted to talk to the maddened men As I step ped Into view of the crowd two bullets were fired one striking the wall back of me I fired two shots into the air Some one shouted that I was only bluffing arul was shooting blank cartridges I warned the mob I would resist an attack on the jail with pow der and lead There was another shot from the mob and it surged forward I then fired a saot from itiy stotgun Into their legs This drove them back but they returned a momentlicrt1 tho attacK of t fr rt Vac yJ alarmed JQv tr wife and Uiu u iy wire ii okai gun and sailabe would stand by me I got her rid the children out of the way and then seeing the leaders coming with the rail to batter down the walls I shot down the rail to make them drop it This accounts for so many being shot in the hands and arms I fired eight or ten shots in Ill Sheriff Whitlock had four deputies and three constables with him in the Jail guarding the prisoners He says none fired into the mob but himself Leading citizens say the outbreak expected by them for a long time asWtter feeling has existed for several years between tho Negroes and a certain class of white persons A number f miners outbreaks have occurred during the past year The feeling against the soldiers 5is noticeable The commissary department Sunday had much trouble get ting restaurants to serve meals Many refused to feed the soldiers There was one clash between the guard and A miner named Ed Liggett who began abusing the guard The soldier leveled his bayonet and Liggett was arrested and fined 100 Maj Gen Davis Retired Manila July 27Maj Gen George W Davis has transferred the command of the department of the Philip pines tea Ma Gen James F Wade Gen Davisbaving been retired for age Gen Davis will said for San Francisco on the Sherman Death of ExCongressman Clancy New York July 27News of the sudden death in Butte Mont of former Congressman Jcjhn M Clancy ono of the roost widely known democratic politicians In Brooklyn reacaed his relatives in thlili borough Sunday He had went there for his health An Auto Trip Across the Continent New York July 27Dr H Nelson Jackson of Burlington Vt and Sew allR Crocker hit chauffeur Sunday completed an automobile trip across the Continent which began at San Francisco May 23 Circus Seized By the Sheriff Janesville wlSJuiy 27The Lu ella ForepaughFjsh wild west circus was attached Saturday afternoon by Mr and Mrs Fish for 23000 anti the sheriff has possession The employes will be p ldoff but the stock will be sold at auction Killed His Father East St Louis Ill July 27Frank Gregory aged 18 is under arrest here on tEecharge of having murdered his father He said he killed hij father because of cruelty to his mother and himself In Trouble Over a Love Affair Halifax N S July 27A special from Dawson City says Arthur Crelght 27 of Cleveland 0 shot him self dead in the Dominion saloon He Was a professional singer and was In trouble over a love affair with a th atrlcal woman Purchased a Colorado Paper Philadelphia July 27George Noi McCain for 14 years connected with the editorial staff of the Philadelphia Press rchallf4the Colorado Springs Gazette1 McCain will sever his con aeciGfcvUa the Fr ss oil August 1 aJr r RAILWAY WRECKS Four People Killed In Minnccta end Three In Illinois St Palil lInn Jitly 27Two trains taet Jn a headon collision on the Chi ago Great Western railroad early Sunday and the result was four men dead and about 25 or 30 passengers InjuredThe tratiia were the Twin City limited and a fast freight The liiri red was running as a first section from Oelwcln la to Minneapolis The second section consisted of an excursion train running from Des Moines to Minneapolis nail was three hours be hind time The fast freight south bound re ceived an order at Dodge Center read lag that the second section of the pas songqr train was three hours late antI thecrflw evidently misread the order and attempted to make Viasaty sill Ing between Dodge Center and Hast- Ings Minn thinking that It was the limited that was late That the two trains came together toth terrific force was evidenced by the fact that both engines were badly damaged but they remained standing upright on the tracks The baggage and buffet ears were completely wicck ed The baggage car struck a small building and one end went tarough the side of the structure East St Louis III July 2iAn ac comuodatlon train on the Vandalla rond en route to St Louis ran Into a well filled electric car on the East St Louis and Suburban street railway near Jansdowne three miles north of here Sunday killing three persons and injuring a score Tho crash of the collision was tot rifle and was heard a long distance The accommodation train was drawn by an engine which was backing and was running at a good rate of speed when suddenly the tender of the en glnej crashed Into tic trolley car at the Street crossing The car was hurled from Its track a mass of wreckage The Impact caused the coaches to break loose from the engine and they did not leave the track but the englio left the rails ran about 200 feet over t ties and turned over on Jts side Engineer Roy and Fireman Hlg gins tuck to the engine and were burled In Its wreckage After being removed Engineer Roy died at the hospital Fireman Higgins is so badly Injured that he can not live The two were pinioned under a jet of scalding steam and their screams were agonlz Ing Nothing could be done until jackscrews wero secured and the en gine raised Roy and Higgins begged to be killed outright that they might not suffer the torture they were undergoing When they were finally taken out both were literally parboiled lleattle nd Lenharth the two other men whirwere killed were standing on the platform of the street car when the crash came They were hurled al most 30 feet and were picked up dead HURLED TO THEft DEATHS Father Mother and Infant Killed by a Train on the Crossing Wllkesbarre Pa July 27Joshua Butler wife and infant child were strrick by the eastbound Black DIa mond express on the Icliigh Valley railroad late Sunday afternoon while driving across the track at Port Bowk ley six miles from here and all three are dead The horse was also Ulllei and the carriage demolished The occupants were hurled fully 100 feet the womans death being Instantaneous the babe was tossed over the locomo live and was found lying In the tender on top of the coal It was still alive a c moments later sfoiinjJJt i a fleK iri tiV f s not kl I jthut died within iln hour after trri dent Mr Butler was a truck rm 32i years of age His wife was 23 anJ the babe was one year old 1iSHOT AT FROM AMBUSH An Attempt to Assassinate Riley Cold iron at Jackson Ky Jackson Ky July 27There was much excitement here Sunday over an attempt to assassinate RIley Coldiron Saturday night Coldiron was with James Gear when two shots from am bush were heard one of the bullets passing through Coldirons clothing Coldiron testified before the grand jury tie past week that he saw Brit ton and Spicer with Jett at the time Jett Is charged with killing Town Marshal Thomas Cockrill and when Brit ton and Spicer were indlcte certain county officials attempted to have Coldiron Indicted for perjury r COLORED WOMAN LYNCHED She Was Charged With Administering Poison to a White Girl Shreveport La July 27News reached here Sunday that the Negresf Jennie Steer who administered pol son In a glass of lemonade to Lizzlr Dolan the 16yearold daughter 01 John Dolan from the effects of which she died was lynched by an lafuri atcd mob at sundown Saturday nljjit Denounced Sunday Excursions Scranton Pa July 27 Bishop Ho ban Sunday vigorously denounced Sun day excursions and commanded all Catholic organizations to desist from conducting them In the future The denunciation has caused much concern to a number of Catholic organizations Congressman Foerderer Dead Philadelphia July 27 Congressman Foerderer of the Fourth Pennsylvania district died at his home Ip Torres dale a suburb of this city Sunday He had been ill for some time from a complication of diseases Gave Herself Up I Grand Rapids Mich July 27Mrs Aurora Hodge aged 19 wanted in Salt Lake In connection with the killing of William Xl Ryan gavo herself up to the police of this city Sunday con fesslng to the crime Ryan was a traveling salesman Murder at a Wedding Detroit Mich July 27A special from Sault Ste Marie Mich says Mat Mackl a Finlander shot and al most instantly killed Sam Hall after S quarrel that originated at a Finnish wedding here early Sunday Heavy Rains In London London July 27Heavy rains Sat urday night over Southern England caused serious floods and great dam age fn London The underground railway was flooded and many printing rooms of London newspapers built In underground district were crippled Dead Body In a Sewer Mt Vernon N Y July 27With- a shoe lace tied tightly around the seek the bcdy of a woman was found n a sewer by a boy whose curiosity was croaked bj cciing upru a breai- Ui tto sewer I 4 4Iiil 1 j or GEN clm CLAY DEAD Was Ambassador to Russia Dur ing Lincolns Administration He Wa a Member of the Harrison Whig Convention In 1840 Which Nominated Gen Wm H Har rison For the Presidency Lexington KyfJuly 23Gen Cas sins Marcellus Clay ambassador to Russia under Lincoln noted abolition 1st and author died at his home at Whitehall Madison county Wednesday night at 910 oclock Gen Clay was born October 19 1810 In Madison county He was the son of Gen Greet Clay He graduated at Transylvania university and later studied law at Yale He served In the Kentucky leg islature In 1C24 being reelected rep resenting Madison county He then moved to this county and served an other term as Fayettes representa the Radical vlewson slavery led to Isle defeat on offering for reelection He was a member of the Harrison whg convention in 1810 which noml nated Gen William H Harrison for president He denounced the proposed annexation of Texas as a scheme to protect and extend slavery June 8 1S45 he Issued the first number ils abolition paper The True Amen ran which was published here His advocacy of abolition was so bitter that citzens threatened to mob him He mado an arsenal of his office pro viding iron doors and procured two brass cannon which were loaded with shot and nails Mexican lances and guns with a quantity of ammunition were alstf provided and a keg of pow der was kept ready zu that If finally overpowered he could destroy ti buildingHe taken ill tml a mob selcl the plant ami shipped It to Cinclmvui Thero he resumed publication of tIme paper Ha vaF an rnlepi supporter uf Henry Ckv his kinsman for the pres idency and camralgrud In northern itatcs In nU behalf When var with Alexlo was declared in 1846 ie enlisted a cuptaln in a volunteer company that had won distinc tion at Tippccanoo in 1811 While In the van he was taken prisoner at En rarnacion along with 71 others Ho was In captivity several months and on one occasion by his bravery saved tho lives of his companions When ho returned a sword was presented to him by tho citizens of Fayette In 1848 ho carried Kentucky for Taylor In 1849 he left the whig par ty and cabled a convention of emanci pationists at Frankfort In 1850 he became antislavery candidate for gov ernor He fought several noted duels during the canvass He always car ned a large bowie knife and revolvers In saddle bags He supported Fremont In 1S5G and Lincoln in 1860 In 1861 he was appointed minister to Russia When he returned In 1862 he was made major general succeed- Ing Gen Low Wallace He was reap pointed minister to Russia In 63 and served under Lincoln Johnson and Grant He was president the Cuban Aid society In 1870 supporting the Cuban revolutionary movement In a speech at the St Louis fair In 1871 ho attack ed Grants administration Us supported his old trend Horace Greely but later joined forces with the democratic party He supported Tilden but was for Elaine In 1884 In 1848 a vol ume of his speeches was edited by Horace Greely Memoirs Writings and Speeches of Casslus Marcellus Clay in two volumes was published by tho author In 1886 A ivfe full of turbulence began to cl oifXtarr late life He be t hat at i wssinafa Sam had beer o ra ears ago tortlfleds jiae at Whitehall and entered a life of seclusion tatended only a few weeks ago yjhen the court appointed a committee to take charge of him yxnd his effects Hi was found desperately ill anl has had every rare since then Children long estranged by reason of big eccentricities were again able to be uith him and were at the bed side when death ensued which was due to general exhaustion Surviving children are Brutus J Clay prom nent In national politics of Richmond Miss Laura Clay noted as an exponent of woman suffrage Lexington Mrs Dabncy Grenshaw Richmond VaJ Mrs Mary BarrClay and Mrs James Bennett of Richmond Ky Tornado In Paterson NJ Paterson N J July 23A terrific tornado visited this city Wednesday During the blow which lasted about trreo minutes one man was killed anl at least half a dozen injured Ono house was blown down more than a COle of buildings were unroofed and havoc was done to trees fence signs and anlnps MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Jaly 25 CATTLECommon J350 400 Butcher steers 04 475 CALVES Extra a 6 00 HOGSShippers 5 70 6 00 Choice heavy 4 00 5 00 SHEEP Extra 4 00 4 25 LAMBS Extra 6 40 0 50 FLOURSpring pat 4 35 4 70 WHEAT No 2 red 77 No3 winter 76 51iiOATSNo2RyENo2 57- HAYCh timothy s17 50 PORKClear family I15 SO LARDSteam 7 621l yChoiceAPPLESFancy 1 73 2 50 POTATOESPer bbl 1 50 1 75 TOBACCO New 350 900 Old 0 5 50 00 Chicago FLOURWInter pat 375 W 3 90 WHEATNo 2 red 75 2 78 No 3 spring 0 80 CORNNo2 mixed 6- 4OATSNo2 mixed 31 t 3iy RyENo2 51 J 53 PORKMess 13 55 13 60 LARDSteam 7 52A 7 55 New York FLOURWin strts 3 50 3 85 WHEATNo 2 red P 81- CQRNNo 2 mixed 58 OATSNo 2 mixed 40 l8YJPORKFamilyLARDrSteam 0 7 80 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 76 77 CORNNo2 mixed 55ft 55YJ OATSNo 2 mixed 41 CATTLESteers 5 00 30 HOGSWestern 6 75 Louisville 4 WHEAT No 2 red 7- 9CORNNoSmlxed 65 OATSNo 3 mixed fP 41 PORKMessI 15 00 LARDSteam fiR 8 00 Indianapolis to WHEATNo2red 74 4ByOATS 7 l i 1 I 1J i i Ji9 f Fan TWEflTYYERS MAJOR MARS SUFfERED FROM CATARRH flF THE KIDNEYS It DANGEROUS KIDNEY DISEASES CURED Peru o Creating a National Sensation in the Cure of Chronic Ailments of the Kidneys Major T II Mars of the First Wisconsin Cavalry regiment writes from 1425 Dunning street Chicago 111 the following letter Forycarslsuffercdwlthcqtarrhof the contracted In the army Medicine did not help me any until a comrade who hud been helped by Pc nina advised me to try It I bought some at once and soonfound blessed relief I kept taking It rmonths and am now well indti ng and feel better than I have done for the past twenty years thanks to Peru n a T n Mars symptornbetaken This remedy strikes at once the very root of tIme disease It at once relieves the catarrhal kidneys of the stagnant blood preventing the escape sorumlrom the blood rertinn stim ulates the kidneys to excrete from the blood the 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subject tile action of the Democratic Jpartv 1TRaEaretroubtoustimeeinWn1Street The gambler gets it sooner or later r TJBC Canstoa M CLAY and the tope were two of the oldest famous I people In the world and died witb a Sft short time of earli other Gen Clay Watt n an of the most mark I ed Ind1viduiIitya4 TnE noted Henry Clay statue on the monument at this famous ndb1eeter lost itc head from some 4 week something Clay was seldom gUilty of in life i SoMKBODT from ambush tried to t 5Ive Riley Coldiron hot lead boo cause he testified against Bill Brit 1 ton before the Breathitt county 4 special court grand jury Its all i 7aBans life is worth there toSo the gang 1agahit JE B01811S of1oOeld s appointed by Gov Jteck r 4 preside at the trial of Caleb has been appointed to serve 4 on the Daaocratio State Campaign Committee The impropriety of I t such a politleal service should be Ii apparent t every one fl we5 t jurysitaymlgationC crimes at the special seiiion of 4t disappointingCurt 4i leg et Jasaet Cockrell but the olh r ti jersa1Ieed te be i aplica ted were r ot dlcttdEd Tharp and Jo jrl 1 iCrford the two men charged Vh to burning of Ewens hotel 1i wsreiadkdhuttWeibvtigatic tn urDrCox vtirder the attempt to brleEwea failed Card Q onesadioted1 tI I 1i Tall lab were toe wary and S4searee in Wall street so the bears iea ad it last week tle 1clawinggreat patches of hid from the bovines Friday boS dI 1i BlackiFridajrr the price oalllorts of stocks is ToJo JOi8talties aN not burt as the corpor 9 f tatigiS the price of whose stock is iaffected are making about their usual prefit A ott f DAitTIL 1LthItat8to utpf 1 n byanegroA 1vaob ted to lynch ths negro and hS atgro fired into the crowd killing J white man That negro wa i i BBBgesl and his bodyburoed before b Ar theJaUliarhlch tKe negro rapist ed Tbsob then Ito Itackedthe Jail andas tired on by 4 he rTJro were fatally hot sad B Bumb r wounded A number CfDegree wer beaten by the mob teb5n remedy for 2 hiMBulweabeseept the aces a = of these crimes by the negroes Ii qt AJ 2 Tkr sp etable element of negroes refr13Znee 114SCORRESPONDENCE i JlodnR Union1 4 t- p 4 Wre having very dry weather gardenst1cj Joe C8wellwent to Salt Lick 4 1 W FrWay tradipg ThFIat Roek Oil Cobaa a ga rT ip lii liii to the Central HoiJt Oil Companys line and Is pamping- EJ 1 i W MeKiBRey4ad a veranda i hailtr to hii dwsIliagHOHie and the IrMt part of his hone covered last Md t t fftff N jBro IlItdH J aey his regu r f 1 appoictacat at the M ErS Chtjrah last Saturday ami BuBday Thtj Melt wp B eolleetioB for him c i l v 4f f 1SfJ tj J t Mr Steac of Cherokee Law tvz rI1 vseCwahrp I6atuayq r ft lMkiBf put B leeat a tajoli goes I ui orfj 9 v fi i I rlnzfid I r 4 S WrffFrBBcii Turner IB quit k15 y wp i Ie 1 rir itri r Y igThriida 2Si r JsJoaeu and wlteYiiItHi li WrsraFnldyaights j 4 OJ cr Jd U horPile Rioo vi I i j tij3dkcreTkuisdayl V it sMaiyAIkinon wv the i i geNtof Mrs Suathors Sat i 4Ir rdjr Jr WBller ijdavd wiUvIsited rB t J jJBtivefj Ia Mt Sterile urdny ae4idayotAj fliu1wfts anti Mrs LlLA fematberf aptd Lids Smatherr t i Mrs AunieGijetFridayfl- S a t it4 ft 1J fl cf1 J W wt rf iI Ji S l lhf 1 1 J i z fE tI t Iifftn yiT t T I1 rf YbJ JJ td 1tj i r rt o A t4t t N 4 iI l i Miss Belle Spcntt who hnd been co i dieyesrPd nieIwaR rpIburg Friday morning P Falrview Still very dry with no signsof rain Little Misses Ada and Edna Rnby daughters of John Eobyof near lolcmln bUrg nrcvi ling re latives in tills community and ntI Oklii Mrs Nnnnio Donaldson fit near OwinGsvlllelIs the gucul of J C McClure and family fearo look Ing for Uncle Pet over ghtSaii ayunSaturday and Sunday there was isheco su ofbstitutes place x a Jrbeetce in Cdeeda fondoJ Upper Prickly Ash Mrs Nancy Shrout is sick Daniel Harper was at Salt Lick one tiny last wcekr Miss Julia Sunday has a severe ttack of typhoid fever Jackson Markland and wife via lied relatives on Slate Creek Sunny Oscar Chandler and wile of Ow ingsville visited Riley Chandler and family Sunday 01ingsvlllecr Mrs Nancy bhrout Sunday W W Case and wife Almanza Stone andwife U A Lyter and OlympianSlringtI R t Stone and Wire Mrs Frances Hamilton 5Mrs Miranda Warner and daughter Dollie L via ited R S Hamilton and wife on Roes Run Monday v Thomas B Hamilton and sister vishedr elsterEdna R returned home with t hem after a several days visit here StatoVafloynWerare ue Espy Parker of Jessamine coun ty is visiting his grandparents George Garner and wife MraW E Atchison of Salt Lick was tho guest of her sister Mrs Will Toy Saturday night Mrs Lola Day ot Indianapolis Infliana is spending few weeks with her aunt Mrs George Garner Grant Coyle wife and babyo t Prickly Ash vere guests of Cabe Snedegar and wits Saturday night and Sundayluand eon of upper Prickly Ash were guests of Airs Coyles father Ira Nester SundnyJ SaltLrckandwero guests of the family of jsani Shulti Sunday- brotbejytfFleming their uncle and aunt Mr ind Mrs beorge Garner the pabt week Andrew Cbyje indVtfo of Prick ly Ash were guests of their daughr tor Mrs DW Rudder Saturday Mrs Coyle fa better of her t Jack Toy and wife of near Wy r o ming ai1 j Jamelf Clark and wjfi o s guellfday They say the crops in their neighborhoods are a total failure Of course the rain would be a great I et In this neighborhood si should liave a half crop if it ralng inside often dayswaClOokax Wfl are needing rain badly Gardens are drying up from the tack of rain J Jeff Bailey of Clark Co visited relatives here last week Jatacs Horlon and wife visttect relatives at Olympia Sunday J F Johnson who has beensick for several mouths is improving Mrs Majptba Bolts is visitf eV olives at White Sulphuraprh til Several from here attended i church at Kendalls SpringWnduv School began here title with Miss Rosa Pergram as teacher larSvCharley Reed visited relo tIve9flethel Saturday and Sun dayI t foe ct urlifeiiippeda double CItyFrklayWalter Bailey of Prickly AebG dylaat811huo rain soon there OWoodt HarryFitchvisited relatives hero iuaday WilfeonA Hendrix shipped a c arIIaIof bogs and one of cattle and sheep to Cincinnati Saturday While playlngbasebaliSaturda- Hovertaale was hit in the tomacb with a ball tht knocked tho breath out of him tor a few mIaute85 v trBcl vdeeiixtoncMn W L Kilpatri kMr and Mc J E Griibbs nod Miss MDine ravel of 1i Ttf f Stnling Mrs T H Brown Rn1I d DaughertyfGraves of UneeMiIl wore guests fal Armstrong and wife Thursday ofJast week 5 iIf1 J t 5IWtJJ dit t f i i 2 r ii ft F j rt J i it i r4- aiJtfff t1 II rf 1 J t7 u Sherburno T J is in Louisville thi ensB Lukina will begin our fall term of school here Monday Mrs John Ourbce who has typhoid fever is getting along nicely Several from hero are attending the protruded meeting at Gilead held by Rev SnuppMBorn to July 23dIl eon also to W ll Wil son and wife July 24th ireon Misses Lizzto Taylor and Edith tolllver of Carlisle cnmo over Thursday to visit friends hereIFay Ringo of Lexington spent itirday nndSunday with his do Wallace Peck and family W S Trumbo and wife of Lou vihle came up hint Friday to spend several days with the fnmilv Dr T B Vice Died July 25th Ruby Alice the infant daughter ot Chute Wilson and wife burial at Longvicw emtery and services by Rev ChaileyGossott Jesus said Suf r little children to come unto me r of such is the Kingdom of Heav en Knob Lick Dryand hotfiBorn to Mrs W Garrett a 6on Thursday morningIJohn Warren ana family visited his mother nnd Leslie Floods family SundaysBen and Jim Wells and families returned from HuntingionWedncs day to work al the mineslCnpt Pitman gave his hen nnd hirda to Joba Clark The birds have left tho hen and run off Wo had a slight shower of rain here Tuesday night of taut week with considerable wind and lightning x Jap Monday hail the misfortune to get one of his fingers cut c mashed off at the steam shovela few days since xJnmcs Lowo and family have re turned from Indiana to make this their homo Jim is working with the bridge forco on the C ORR ColomnnRazor commenced rchool here Mrnday with a fair attend ance Marion Karrick at Polfcs vJlle with about the same attend ance Good hay weather farmers are cropWt1tons Tbe crop will not be so good fl usual uJthLowreyattended the funeral of their brother John Warrens wife at the Jonop 9cJlg0lhouse Thursday Stopstone Mrs H S Bittinger is down with the flux Rain rain none in sight nor ad any for the Lord knows how ngINelson Karrick is down with typhoid fever buCattfiis writing was eome better Miss Pearl Laneof Mt Sterling was here over Sunday visiting her brother R IL Lt4tn4fjiIyC- bsGaipenter spentjast week With his and eistera on the old hgmcsfvad farm on Salt Well J L Anderson Wm Duff and LufherKnrrick left Monday lo- rPIy W Va to work in a saw 8 Mrs Drusilla Lyle of Mt Ster dftughterMreter Mrs B F Myers Jr Owen Myers and wife of Flat Creek and G W Garter and fame ily of upper Stepstone epent Sunday with J H Myers aqd family nF M yecs Sr of Flat Creek waS here several ttaYlllallt week to his son Will vfljp was bedfast ith bowel trouble but Is up and bout now f OutS Suntfnyiolpol picnic will be holdIn Mr D instead ot R L GoodpastBfkjBniCl on the 15th of next month 1nt tfJi of tho 22d as was first repqrlpil JMr Tibbi of firm of Harrell Tibbs Gish of jndiajnapollslnd w sat en f Ji hipps last ek buying exfmrt cuttle but we TSpdld not learn the prlqJ paid and offered but this it around ILg t jBathelJ fIThe infant child bf Chas Will Ion Jr was burIdTicin Qrown- t Hill Cemetery Sundny In the baencppf yorurcaire8pon dent I wilt try to jot down the few itcma that I pick by ih6 wayside WhaleyI llOOlb catllq iVMtlO per hundred Mrs Dr G1Ldy and snn arrett of Lexington were guests of their many friends here las t weekS t H IrID p TruWDQ went toWhite last Tjiflraday to visit J- onaldsot BI other relatives and is still then t ft this wtingt iglowlyLane sister Lncystnd sister Mrs William wore with hjar uat weekS Dr S N StonaJ teli i Gin cinnatl for sbvefiTjitx Cupid ay have something tV l Vvlth the trip Mrs Gossip iiij ncjt always right r C M Bailiff shipped Saturday Qf6nebutchers iuiiido 1200 lbs f James W Emraon8 and family Droonaldton saysho is glue he is gone tbfttThe is tiredofse him loaflng aloq nd HebelS f cfJ + r- J r s lf f T S Robertson sold 57 lambs to JlUUspJe weighing 87 pounds cli nt Soi Gillnspio bought suv era1 other lots that wcro weighed here this morning the price not le arncdRoMrs GrontThornaburg who was so ill for some time is improving very slowly Her father and moth er Mr and Mrs J W Campbell ere with her lust week Mr and rs Campbell live in Carlisle Well as to politics it seems muclH mixed here at this time and Hecknor have n fine following here and if the trial of Jctt and White ntCynthiwna this week turns outto be n farce as it was at Jackson farewell to the Democratic party next November so far as Kentucky is concernedJoLOQOACITT Odessa Little Gracio Purvis is about c 29onvalescentDr A W Jones we are glad to say is out again TBorn to Clay Hunt and wife Monday July 27th a ilaughtercr WjIson Hendrix gathered sev eral lambs hero this and hurt week J W Darnell nnd wife visited in Fleming county the rst of the week Mrs D S Trumbo of Bethel WOR a guest at J B Donaldsons first of the week Ed Anderson is sailing out his tuff preparing to urt to Hoops ton III Monday I R Darnell and wire visited the lattors mother Mrs Martha Jones in Owingsville Sunday Mrs Ellen Lander of Flemings burg is the guest of Mr and Mra J S Anderson this week Mrs Ruth Jones visited her son A T Jones on Burbridgos Branch Saturday night and Sunday f Geo W Boyd has boon limping oCrnnIc tacking straw lust Fridayh preparingIferent parts to work at public works are too numerous to mention L Geo Steele wife anti children of Flat Creek visited the latters pat ent Mr anti Mrs Wash IcKinne van Saturday night and Sunday Meedatues J S Anderson nnd M A Garner visited Mrs W T Vice on Enst Fork and Mra Chas Vice in South SherBurne lost week No rain stook water is am grut11Icrops are while tobacco where it is not too early or too late is looking very well Salt Lick The continued drouth io err damaging to tho gardens lucre Mrs Maggie Toy anti two onus visited Mrs Wm Atchison Friday night Miss Walter Mae RatliiT spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents here x v DriiLeJ1 i h r 8 r land the past week V A large crowd is expected at the HighInndMr and Mrs Lee Snedoker and little eon EUnn Agrew visited in Alexandria Ind last week MIBsr Katp Batee of Scranton was called home from Ashland by the illness of her mother where she was visiting her sister f Miss Maud Gibbs wjipwas acci dently shot hasJreobvered tuOloi ently to leave th hoBpitalAnd is now at her bomoTiefcr Yale Charlie the little eon of sWillis Lewis who was dangerously hurt a short time ago by a mule drag ing him across n field iHkablo to be nut again V Mrs Ina Whitcorab after a s real weeks visit hero itb her mother Mrs W W Barnee returned Saturday to her Home in Winchester f Ernest Kerchevol returned Sat urday from a weeks visit to St rhursqI1Roysehlle along nicely under tbe reatmeht he went there to take MrsWm Statoh is again suffering rom the effects of cancer She had one taken out of her bias at some time rigo and seemed to begetting along well for a while but she is being troubled again with It- fCnbe Rat anna fam iiavB moved to our town and qccrtjjpV the residonce otMrs Athandajo h tll8andthey will prosper in their hew home OS It is rumored that Miss Lilt pllbliestate it for a fact for fear the trus tees change their minds As to the j assistant there is a squa6ble up at this writing we are unabl o say who will be the lucky one- j Sharpsburg Good rain Tuesday night W HTriplett was in Mt Sterl ing Friday on business Wheatthrenhing here is a thing of the past for this season Saturday at 1 oclock thermometers hero marked 104 in the shade IlUr arid Mrs Robert Judy visiu in Montgomery county Sunday John Triplett and wife visited elatives at Carlisle Saturday and undayaElgin Sharp and Will Cracraft left Monday fora BeycraUwepk8V jstay at Swnngojlprfngs SSj l r j t it t 1I i Eight persons wpre baptized into the M E Church hertfotlr by immersion aiid four by afftiinn Mr and Mrs L S Hignrs left esday for Swnngn Springs MrsJWi gers will remain several weeks pIofSharpsburgL S Rogers W A Peed A H rnes B D Utlerbnck unit S T oward were in OwingRville Sinn day on business Dr J W Rutherford Nelson ftlcLoney and S T Howard lire at tending the JettWhito trial nt Cynthiana this week The home and its contents of hn Cunninghnin a respectable colored man who lived on Hinkston Creek was burned Tues ny faDiedJuly 22d Miss belleJim itt in the thi IaySpates burial in Crown jllil Cem etery MeThuroday Judge Holt is now a Judge in Porto Rica He was born near here and first practiced law in Squire Jim Ruineye magisterial court The first law hook he ever ownod was ordered for him by D D Duty then a drygoods inn r chant here Stoops J II Gillaspio was at Bethel on business Wednesday Thos McClain soul a mule to Ed Guilfoil for 160tIts all right to be rich but ho is the richest who is right MrsWill Mallory has about rc covered from her iIness A man who is short on accoumn is generally long on the run Many a pointed paragraph has b een made blunt by continued use Considerable amount of tobacco as been tupped in this neighbor hood Tho drouth has about put the corn crop in this vicinity out business John W Thompson sold 6 head of hogs to Dennis Guilfoil at 5 per cwt MrsS1rab Bridges will leave in n few days to visit relatives in C alifornIaISquireJohn Steele and wife of Judy visited S M Warner and wire Friday Mrs Sarah A Tutu IMP returned home after a visit to relatives at Howards Mill Tie never to late to moml they ay but its often cheaper to g a new article Ealy and Will Rbersoa vitiivd their uncle JasRnberson near Sit Sterling Sunday Mips Rusic ReevoB of Clad a nati is the guest fir her cutisill Miss Alattiu Clark A man i l no longer known by the company he keeps but by the cota pany he works for- fIlm ROll Miss Emma D Hamil on elntic8 neIr Owingsvillc Sunday iiIl9SlmlcDnnnldwill school lucre Aug 10th Ray and Clell Goodan of near OvringBville visited relatives here from Friday till Sunday Dont cuss tho jveathqr because it is so hot Cussin may land rou in A much warmer place W W Kissiok and family at tended Sugar Grove Campmeeting in Fleming county Sunday Probably ourNorthern friends are beginning to realize there is such a thing as n trace question Mrs L E Griggsand Miss Lat tie Fogz of Mt Sterling werb guests ikofMrs Sarah Thomas ond nit cQ Miss Sallie Lane of the Springfield neighborhood visited relatives in Mt Sterling last week The Stoops baaebnllclnb played u mixed toara of ballplayera here Saturday The game reiuliert In ft victory for Stoifrpstby a scold of 9 to7 Judge Carrol rf Wnodof liAr kansaw tried to liarumer Jeff Da vis into the middle of next week This not makes the Judge eligible to the US Senate x Harvey S RobpraoRof Carlin yule 111 visited h is old friends here last week Horvo iff still old he same boy and his friends were delighted to see him President Roosevelt says ho is willing to run on a platform in fa Vor oflithe free and unlimited coinage of Young Americans Wo suggest that the ratio be made 16 to 1 family A Missouri man sayshe ran down aJackrabbit the other day just for fun If there is a sprinters belt in Missouri this man ought to Jmve it either for being the beat sprinter or the biggest liar Mrs Lee Thul writes from Monte Vista Colorado that her hubband had befen seriously inJured in u run Viway Leo ia son of Mrs S A Taul of this place He went to Colorado last spring and bin many friends here were sorry to hear of his misfortune BUNKS FOR SALrFor blank oil leases deeds mortgages notes proofs of account verifications of demand warrants summons ordi nary sheriffs sales nOldavtts for attachment notices to take depo sitions indictments for selling on Sunday indictments for gaming appraisement boards subpoena bench warrants capias urn firiej come to Tutu OUTLOOK ofllcfiiino have them fn stock J t t ff S ttUf j JIi h 4 UrarRo C tViJohn Rawllngp of o vs ited relatives Ire j Mrs B K Lymuu lie threatened Ii typiiidSClay Costignn returned hUe to rani fort lust week Rro West filled his appointment hero Sunday morning MrS Jarie Eden ipited relatives near Sithsct last Wctk Simpson Walton and L GIUc ilon were in Salt Lick Sunday Mr Vanlundinghant of Eliza c Ute was a caller ut G W Phelps Sunday A number of our folks have beert attending protracted Il illsbo roo Miss Gertrude Ingels of Millers b is the iiiiest of her grand ther G W Phelpp Mis oB Whnley und Kelly of- Johnsons Station visited Miss ddyo Newman last week Miss Graham Lawson of Flem ingsburg is visiting her cousin isses Ella and Blanche Newman sehnollatRyan began our fall term of school Monday Iklisfcs Lizzio Phelps and Emma CoUivcr loft Sunday for a weeks visit to friends arid relatives nt Salt Lick Johnson Atchison and Andy Denton of Owingsville were callers on their aunt Mrs Jane Eden Sun day afternoon Mrs Rosa Shedegar httlo daugh ens Elzie ario Rubte aU Miss lIen tha Roy te visttcu Vlieiriuothor Mrs Rosannah 110y504 ruins B B Lynam nnd Miss Dora McGrogory visited their cousin 8Mrs John Dawsonncar Wyoming ono day last week Misses Etta und Era Kissick visited their aunts Mrs T J Myers and Mrs J L Alarkwoil at Flem ingsburg the past week Miss Dora McGregory of near Plummors Landing returned home Sunday after a weeks visit to he cousin Mrs B K Lynam fMisses LEmma and FannieColliver visited their coiiFins Misses Carrie and Mae Vice in huh Co Thurs day and Friday of lust week Misses Sara Riddle and Maude Rigdon returned home Saturday a tondays visit to relatives n Harrison and PcndlcUm coun ties Mrs Emily Bradley daughter Mrs John Cutrigltt und children Orbants McKune and Stella visited the formers daughter Mrs John Grain near Poplar Plains Savoyar1sLotteS riruiVvHlti oatJ- WirthlnRihn Imuy20 Tofn Vial fveuis n have dropped into humor lilt tugs iiui if in n W All rich for Vice Prv ident is siiro to ocsasion a smile in every political uirrio The Rhndi Island Senator bus a Iift lease on his seat in the National If1lcluluru Ho is the most powQrftil member of the body not excepting lUnna Platt Qiny of Allison lie supplies parliament cry cunning to the Repuhlioana as ngaiiist the DemocratS and to the Senate as agiiinst thus Houso He I ruuishuLaIUhpo1i tiulccnnorn the party can use or tho ciunty absorb Ho id n mightysmart mar a strong debater a capable leader eminently respectable and enor mously ich Ho is a practical mill and an cold and calculating and in exorable as the arithmetic Now York is the niothor of Vice Presidents and has supplied nine of the twentyOva Individuals wbo have been cbossn to tho office Tom Platt has hail much to do naming somo of our Vice Presidents Wheel er Arthur Morton and Roosovolt wore all nominated because it was the desire of Thomas C Platt So WitS WhlfeWw Reid who was beat en Treachery defeated the third termers in 1880 Bolts of their in ddegatestroltiN IlUridU defeated the nomination of GrBbt When they nominated Glrifietd tnoy wore scared to death Thoy wer6 like the bad boy who had done something awful that was sure to bring n de served whipping and they wore ready to do anything to placate the Grant crowd They wore in that frame oftnind when Conkling threw Arthur tiheir headsand ho named Arthur simply because he had been removed from ofOca by the Hayes Sherman administration and was repulsive to tli3 Ohio regime They took him greedily and wee glad to get him and they would have taken anything out of the penitentiar whom Cprikling and Platt might bavo mentioned t The office of Vice President di not so desirable as it was when Ma tin Van Bur o held it DanVef Webster was the first man to decline it but it has come to the pass that we have to tpurViceProslddnts i That is the way Roosevelt was se cured That is the way the next one wilf ho secured and bis liaBle will not be Aldrioh either NcI 1ei will he comer from New England yforceto it Fairbanks too is in danger and comes from a very good Vice Presidential State No Vice Pres ident basSet come from Ohio and as I now recall AJlen G Thurman was the only Ohio man a great party Over norainatcd for Vice President Neither a President nr Vico Pres idenl has come from the trans Mississippi hut there may be on exception this time Allison could have had Bbcond placo bn the Ru iiubrtcan ticket tnoaf any tnic arid if theia8t7i tjonflL MiziyepUon of the RepubIican5pry liad had very goodwnulsiIprobably lu Pr sjdenr of the United Statea right now Ohio is strong in political coon jjil8 fr l TP reasons li V 5 i w r r i T u 1 5S IrL5I4 t 7 t t 9EU1NLfflNiVM Will bold thick atmuuiti1reunionnt the CROUCH GltOVK X rJJK uiito southot SALT LICK on Thursday Friday Saturdny J AUGUST 20 21 221903J Tills will be time grainiest reunion VI heldJn Enrttern Ky The jparties hilIn thL In will 110 mone or parnl to thuWSOmemltsNOPOST CX MM AKX ES NZ Of Thomaslplarlv Post No 36 G A IL WILL HELD LOY1vIIAiTHUR- SDAY F iDAYtMTff AUG 3 tfjrm tjYoungJOHN SANDERSON CommaficrS SwIf rDEli llil20WENmI MJJ EIiT nEYNSURPAS n REDUCED amlOGUE MAl Mmmob I RATES Oli AfrLlCATlOJ COMING L 1AULJU5T1CLCCY i ways been full of veryable men and she has small use fordunces in politics Take tbo list of Ohio Governors and United States Sen atone Iron Ohio tnJee how a great State honors hervgrnat men Ohio is rNitlss in 5a eimvpiusoti win n Phf is solid Ilfllio t t in tillI leIbOM Kinloy Chn rt ull havo beet nouiznutfd in ISUO had the delega Lion been folii Sheriunn woul huve been nominated in 1SSO 1884 and in 1SSS hail Obio been solid Three limes JllmecoGBluiuJ could have made John hirmtin tlie lcandidatesaid about whole Presidents and halt President John Shorm n would have been of the fittitnuiiiid sort Doubtless Juiuu G Blnine Jew jt und doutltlosltihit wTir SiSJuiTeH G Bluine prfSmid Garfield to him in 1380htmsulf to him in 1884 and Bun Uarrition to him in 18SS There bra three Democratic na tional conventions either one of which would have nominated Allen G Thurman for President hud Ohio been solidin 1876 1880 and rtSl vlf in 1875 William Allen Thud beaten RutherfprdB Hayes for Governor Allen wtiuld have been nominated for President by the Democrats anti Hayes would not Jinvc been thought of by heRe pnblicans Audio would have beaten IuidIietiot doolarcd that specie payments were a ddbairsen ideality IlcoFt him thousands of votes in the business cen Lets The Jews would liave none of him and nobody cancntry Ohio with that element solidly opposed to him Allen was a soft money man and the mUery of It ho dom mated his nephew andforc d him to advocate some financiul heresy Had Thurman stuck tothe finan cial doctrine preached when ho first became a Senator it is alto ether probable that he would have been elected President of the Unit ed States There never was so fortunate a party as the Republican party It is nearly fifty years dhRS been the oll foca neat ly all that iweandtneahad but five hotly conjtoeted national ear vaotioos 1860 1870 1880 188i Uiid 1888 In 1864 1868 187 Ic 180B and 1900 the convene tfMBEwefe mere formalities and ta single ballot forPresiden- i t Lincoln the second time stud Kinley both times were nominated Wlbput serious contsste And in J904 there will bono opposltioh Rooieydt will be nominated by acr Tfiere is luck for you 8fi0 there was so fierce a con EosYlft the4eniopratio party that I they nominated two tickets and four years after the discordant cit ment compromised file peace IImenof thotl kotuntthewl1rDongo the head of rte tidket In 1868 they jiominnted goldbug op a rag money platform HII pqeynomi- nat Justice Gljn8o on a sensible platform they would prop ably have elected him In 1ST they nominated the best Wl Jii the world could have clcoIedkIr- hn1 a j they loyally 8yppqctfd 6r t hut suffered him tobe fatTsjjpl defeated In 1876 they Jjad a Democratic jptervol uptniniited Democrat oh a Democratic pJIti forniand fleeted him In lBS 0 they throw away ftels I that was equivalent tlwctci- t t J j tn iIrtK t4t t 0 V z nomlnaedtbotIn 1884 they mnn they could elect aftciU fi r e ontest Tkey rcnominawV him in 186Snnd were t rifting e nough tohuvo him beaten by wratch Thence tlutoe most ofjpuf + woes Had Grover CJevpland lea reelicted n that year be Wi u4j lunc frcetl Denmocrr on the pnf ty nnu FaiUiied the pnrty on count ry He was nominated agninv In 1892 suit triumphantly electedV- i DeutriftontlcSjurbaj Jt bHtrtyfThiui and bofi anii tin JSOfS nitjhtmnrej tu be flit lowed by thV follv nfvl00 5t rlrcis to W eDtmQcra tie coil vention in 1904 It Is linhlo to l things Prepare for tin impos il r SAVOTARS j k WANTED j We would like to nsk tbrou li4lr columns of your paper If there ts an person who huts used Greens Augui lowor for the cure of Itidie8tlo Dyspepsia and Liver Troubles th has not been cured and we alrt ineun their results such ns sou Htomach leruientation of food bhtitualcostlvenesinervouadvFpopsIaA despondpur reel J npsyv sleeplessnescj in fact any J connected with the stomach or liver l This tpedlclne has been sole fwrv many years in all civilized couutrias und we wish fa correspond with you and semi yon one of our books freer of cost If you never tried AugustTi WJPhnveso something more serious Is thp Jj matter with you The 25 cent aiza has Just been introduced this yeariJtegulnr siz 75 cents At JOHN T K1MDROUGH d SOWS G Q Green WoodburyNJk 7l 10000 GIVEN mm THE LOUISVILLE COURIE1I JOURNAL TO MAKE A CASuJ DIST lm1ION TO SUB BCRIBERS jIn 1891 2i the GourierJonrna of Louisville Ky iOliU carried tOIL sucdossful first great estimating 1trntCdIIlld11 conducted byIl contest was based on th tint election of 1892 A iwas distributed t6CounicrJattjna1 j renders J I In response to numerous requests f the Courier Jaurnul has decided tu J inaugurate another similar contest based on the total voje east for alVT candidates for Governor of Ken lucky in the election jjpvernber 8 1903 Ttn thousand dollars fri ft gold silver or greenbacks will ho fgiven nVRY to succetsoful eslimm tots Thor wilt bpinRIu gills of 30002000 1000 500 300 200 150 100 50 und 30 and J1670 gifts of 810 eachrin addition there will bo gifts of 500 300 M and 200 for the best estimates ra g oeived before August 1 beforo September 1and befuxajctober I l profItsharingiberality erJuiirnuI it to securo ne jtBub8cri j WeeklyCoucicrJomurnul i8Ubs6ribing for the Weekly iou iKrJPUrnal one year sending ona uhlnr with the pubscriptioM is en iltled tU two guesse or estimates perron cimtwcri +nr Dajir courier Joiitu for one mQntICQ cc is cutItlect ofl- Qgbisi year 1300 e1hte i1ts Reniuwitli eounttt as lICy aibacniicr Write C11IeJimirnai Qtiniiiiiy tIt0 iindS eSt 7SiS Mi S