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Stevensons Clover LCd It It the best J I LottGold breiVtpln with E 4 I G Hutohewns portraHIn it Iso TTard for it return to Mrs J W Hotcheion I The courtesy of theEwing F ir- eopany Is acKnnwledged The I 4 fair will fcohelcl atpwingt Fleming ctconty Sept 9 to 12IAsk rcr teenoncloicr Leaf Bread fl il the bet v Prea bIn t th 15at Welt f joInolkouie turdaynigQ iit- 1L 736 and Sunday morning at 10 30 I T y Rev F D Palmeten Is I Remaihr Mrl kltlii s elosj g r 4 Out her ont ie stock at cot for ash Co5nefnand Retbargains uia D S 4 1 V A klfir S eWnsoys Coyer Leaf Bread Xt ietne best t b C Flood wiilliave ire of r lni aurday Sfpt ti fe t trtorytoTovtncto Tennesrte H See small billa for particulars kAsk for SteeCIytr ItdI firea It I the Best c 5t JIder ElbYrt fc uason VI11 B n a protract w iIjthOi I drt11 tobacco on Lhite Oak fuei T Sept l j f f Mk f fls rVVvcr Lcaf read414Ijehct- E LOST W 4ae lay niglit Airj 19 dehorned roan cow 8 years Hhln a Reward to finder ltortfatloVthfcBkfHily reo cettAi 2taWM Miazsbb- I f s t VWrxDUfrl or boy not Vtthan ten years oldtogo to Ue brasklloltTeMiis SABAH ESTILL OwingsviUeKy g LoTthuayornEng on Uwh Mt Sterling pike be tweeM r mldJ- obMr 1Wllhe a Bans a kf Bring to flfr- j toot etfer reward SAIhzuLNotlcbfsherW given that I feave is py pMlUre a ttray heifer The rightful bwnef V eaa g t the Mae by pay lg fXDentie of the kiseplng 111313 TH Baowii d Auk ret Steversoni CTdt6r Leaf f firead It U the h iit- CWiriAiKBen BUfg rf1of dt tV Btaatejtt coamtJC Sundayrchool t v i of tk Pre ibyterls- nv Achewae elected Chaplain of tbe periBaneBt organization of OTaaVHeB at Parks Hill last i ielC NEW FikAs succefwprs to Os car Palaer weare prepared fifs Everything IB tbe llae of blacksmith aad carriage repair work havIng flrst bM raUbs and Year t fEiltilt4i4 r for SleyeBBOBa Clover Leaf r T3read It ii- Ill08 SAO aOfes land in Ia 1 l1b le and 3 I baregoa6eliardff Ade f 4 fM far doBtestio rp es twc Ji a wells atr I rare roy j 1nIty ebnllis wtlla 6n farm HTAloKiIlKIIrrp FigT1cco Car The loest c 1ett eeo laKotItgoser c r aIHI Rtot o alI P I far penbYtbRCitjHrtlII tfV 17pWMmgTejene 3 LwAbeitt 1 oclockGs a rate began aed lasted L thtrf iB JI1liI fr1 I rt tirere2c t pasI1rdPbly svis hlpMeewbat The rai wiw pretty f flifralOTer the eastern aa out Jv5i oJiI t = r 5 lfJ t rw tfYi tf111t 11 OK I 1 oM 1ti 0 i 4b i L I w 11 r o 0r If ri 0 1 7 iT I 1r lrVp PERSONAL 1 i B feooupapter lias returned from City J Mra J JNcsbltt returned Mondny from her visit to Michigan Sam Latnram returiraA Mondny night from a trip to Cinciuiiatl Mike Rigdon was nblo to go1 about last woak after a soveto Illness Mies Lottie Atchison went to Lox Ington Tuesday for a short visit Vet Brown D ron Bros1 nnddler Maysvlllo to stay Friday SillrpiJburKMr and Mrs Cbs T Hazelrigg of Mi Sterling were m town Friday Mrs Lou Warner and rthur Pow er left Saturday for Georgetown Ill fStoopstitesir arid irs Cafrdll Chetiaiilt or relaUesThursd sbnJphnMonday vWrriirooks ftonMiss Juliet Wtibd of Lexington HenryTIrs Plerco Vlnlotth 3ierlinAI UlitlotMig tary BtrbrIo weni to chi clnriatl Monday to tncb a course In millinery trimmingJ SterlIqsIda Klllbtt last week itrs G W Conner and son Harold wont to Winchester Monday to spend a week with her by13oijPrew1ttnto Lcilngtou WedlVesday Mrs Ray Patterson wenl lo Win chester Friday to visit her parents Prof and Mrs JEC Fox J1foMrslo FJemlttgsburg Sunday SrnrpcburrA N Crooks the past week VStprltngmother Mrs Eliza Da il lEWaiter Harper of Mt Stoning SpringsSunday raantt Mrl ilihr1I m lpnve 3ohnD J IaJalaflD8ughcrtylo telffftywj at Chicago giMjiP1from Friday until Monday Aorarnep thlweukI1itn McCaUe n 1iittt1 fJrroihurgClbthe t II YqqicitssV sflf SthAfl rtnac last nlt IntendantLeek Ihuwftlt typhoid feverbTnckett of Parl8wooBhdi Ehndfcr guestsiast week of their Thomas LbarhellV LexlnittolinrrlvejFrhlay npenscVEornt ofmovedfromHarris house on Slate Avenue ItheHonA t WB4soom was the guest ol his son Clark at fromTuesday till Friday ot last week and dHomebfFlemingsburggr Ir MatIid FloWersSaturday and Sunday JLIttleDalsy Perkins return dhome them iatoJusticenccomp3nlodbyhern sPendlotonreturned to Whcheaterto visitDwight Pentllotoii another brother Mls esMoilie Mildred and Ruby AndorsonRosaUndOoodwlnof EUzabethtown llassettJvjollypartyThe iolrdiwfnc young folks will MissesAIICOVMIIIer AtchisonVuyBarnes toVCanbell Hagermans- Bcboolin xrnk on bn Monday a week Julia Elliott to Madison Fe ofSherburnetoKenttickyUnlveraltyLIiThgton y DECOBATIOHS FiHisHKb The LxingtoncontrJotor work leg four men comp the decor I aliens of the plaster Vrk of the Christian Church lastkpek This thetad1esAldSicIety the Btoneyandlfaada tbe contract j IThe ceffitfand walls of the dif ferent a artteeats are la contrast led tiatsSrtfb stencil designs In deep cbuirairtdIlding It livery tasteful aid handsome Indeed thia effarcVfft arehiteoture slain ItRrdtYDi1fCItr et Jeehere r1terelltlnlQse cleaaiHgBp carpeteandi riiadyiQVzpi i t tr MBS N RPATTERSOJjsDlCATHj tf ho were od flhortly after ona oclock Tuesday dfternoon by tho newi thai Mrs N R Patterson had died suddenly of an apoplectic stroke Sho gave birth to a child a fow weeks ago nnd was apparently recovering with all duo rapidity In fact sfio was a woman with enjoyed practically perfect health being n rare exception td her sex Thoattack was sudden and she became uriconscioug Neighbors nnd three physicians wore sumuaoned hut nothing could be dono to savo her Deceased was tho youngest child of Mrs Fannlo Goodpnstor of Mts Sterliiig her father biting tho late Alex Goodpastor She was aged twentyfour years Sho wns married six years ago last October to Judge N Reid Patterson Two children wore born to thbm William Allen aged about I4 years and a very young baby Their hlnrrfed life was happy and her death comes as a Brushing blow to the young husband has the profoundont symprithy nil Mrs R A Chilies aUd itrs C Chehnult of itt Sterling are the onlyVother children of tho family At this time this was wrlttbn the ar rongoments fob the fUneral had nut boon announced jndbf Charles Lucas and daughter of Owen were wedded Rev Jthereside a few miles west of town Mr Roberts was a widower and i6I an industrious clever man and willI make a good living for his family The bride formerly lived in thleC town TUB OUTLOOK Joins their friends in hearty congratulations Coui MULMost all kentuck J ions ttke the oldfashioned corn d If you want to havo that ind of bread get the Sherburne Roller Mills meal and you shore can have it Their millcleans ahd husks the corn beTorp grinding and throws out the rotten grains consequently the meal is A No1t pionbolted but such is not the CHPO Try it6nce and yoU will use no other All the grocers now have it on sale Aufet iO 190lJ l FINED Axb JurEu8 J Henry nd D B Henry of Morgan coun tty i Chris Holland of Menifee count hnd Thol Kitltrey of Mont 1cmeryalt Ljck Saturday evening and brought here and lodged Thjnhl On Monday they were tried in the County Judges tourt flVB Henj t ry and Kinney were fined 50 each rfntho charge of shootingun the b public highway end t5 JlblIJdn days in Jail In Lh i 1lgo tr CflIeIVtveafns MVT IJ Hr and fidliand each wcffefipeil ip25 and ttr dayn in Jail on a con cenledweapcn chtfrge All wont ack tojaii- ODITgARrDkd Aug ihatseven oclock a m Robert ICappsI of Little Flat He wins Rockcastle county P jb 25 1836 VMaakfrlbdtbJffj H Thomas HfWt Sterling Nov 28 1865 Six children Were bdrn to them all survive Mrs Maggib White of Mt Sterling Thomas A Capps of Little Flat Creek Mrs Roe iceaf near Mt Zion Mrs Corn Diof neor Bethel Maude at home lIe joined the- Baptlutc1nrcnat the ages eighteen He had been ah invalid for six years He sang Wa h tile and rlehnlrbo whiter than snow the ay before he died He said to hi- aughter before he died that he wiSSglJJriK to HeKveuRobort Capps was an honorableltiridupriglit cit bon and will bet atly missed by Jill who knew him Funeral srices were conducted by Rev Ross Snapp and tho body was interred at the Mt Zion graveyard Friday S morning A large concourse ot sorrowlngfriondsandrelatiY8sfol Him to his last restingplace Tlslianltb break tho tebdor cord VheQlo0ha8 bound the Tisbardsolf rdtospeak the words We must forever part Dearest loved one we must lay thce In the peaceful graves embrace But thy memory will bo cherishedtTill we see thy A DEVOTFTLFRIEND- BABEBALL1be Louisville All Stars baseball team composed of McCord and Jaygly pitchers Vin son c Williams s Jaygly 1 b Trottner 2 bFlann6ry 3 bWillett f Miller c f Arnold rf played a team composed of Bob Catlott and Emmett Frattoan of Owingsville and Hbward Brown Stanley BrownI Johnlonyoung 1bos Sut onl Hartry of Mt Sterling nolI Kenney and James Brady of Co vIington on the afternoons of Wed nesday Thursday and Friday The iflrst was a tie of 5 to 5 the JLouisvillea won the second by 7 to 5 they lost the third game fly 12I ito 11 ten Inftirfgs being played McCortJam exAmerican Asso i tlonp1tcber pitched two innings n Fridays game and was hit tiE hard as y Vinegar Bill Wille Witl 1rd k in the eye by K nyn TIfartdayB arid Burns TaeKeU 6f Owingsville f lay4 hIs po1tIon In Fridays ga X trik6fSalt tick played in Will tlpliicl The wWSBviUeH go to Flem iBgiWurg Vddnesday to play tha- ic1iIhkt e- Vgaies The Louisvilles went tq SaltLick Sat tay and played the ers def eating themby 15 fol and tack tbgdroe ofeniirgcBr fore aotBe ftJ r epidemicinthroughout tho county The Bath County Teachers In SerfllnaryMonday ance Prof B C Lunian of Flem ingsbnrg h condttctor- YOuxoELeT0NLoujsvIJle t Post ChnpmanY9ung Elston daughter of Col and Mrs Isaac Elston of Crawfordsvillo Ind was quietly solemnized yes tardilY ovoning at the summer homo of the bridos parents in South Or ango Grove uvonuo Pasadena Cal Tho Elston homo is so construct ed that its ground floor rooms Can be thrown into one large room and tile readingroom just off the library was arranged as an impro vised chancel Title was banked ltydrangeashung by tall cathedral candles Green and white was the color scheme throughout the house and candles were everywhere shedding soft lightVTo the music of the wedding march the bridal party approached the chancel led by Master Nicholas Indianapolistheroung boaring on a satin cushion the wedding ring The groom camo next with his best man Mr Thomas olloVlngUlemher sisttr Mrs Edwin Ernest Tul lis of Ntw York City ns matron of hdno The ceremony was perform by the Rt Rev John Mill Kendrick Bishop of Arizona who isa cousin of the bride The bride wore an imported white panne satin made with a depcol ar undersleeves ant hip yoke of duchess point JaI eDndn tulle veil fastened with orange blossoms shower boquet of which Ilowers she curried Mrs fullithe matron of honor was i bride of last winter and wore her wedding gown of embrold red white broadcloth trimmed with oint Inle After The ceremony and tire sub nequint congratulatory spetfclies l the wedding supper was eerved on the large front piazza which was thngwith in ftneso iHtitcrnp tank ing an extremely picturesque scene The bride and groom left later In the evening for Los Angeles After thefr bridal trip comprising YIP t f n lo sea Coat San Francisco Portland and Yellowstone Park MT iand Mrs Youn will be at homo in a Lotiisvo IIT IR here about the middk Vthorufo is a special agent ereVg tutuul Life lfl- bwflTknd Pm u fsr11ghlyrespel and lopulnr young uan utd his wife who come as stranger will not come Unknown for she will rep resent the old Elston Vftmflyof t Crawfnrdbvillo noted for its wit and fine ualifiep One of Mrs Youngs aunts Mrs Henry S Lone c the Widow df Senator Lane of Indiana ririu Knottier la tho wife of Gen Lew Wallace Mrs Lane has IttilIleLane Stone Chapman Young Is nson of Mr nd Mrs Thomas Young of Lou l ville and was partly reared herofMrs J Goodpaster is his aunt He is a fine manly young follow wltha future full of promise His many friends here rejoice at his matrimonial happinessV CORRESPONDENCE Continued from fourth page Odessa Several from here attended tho reunion at Stilt Lick Friday and aturdayS PP He drix antI Omar Wilson leaned UVthO gathering of their early pufcbuse tf lambs hero last week Warren yearoldbabkUoy of S 0 Hawkins WitS at tho boirit of death with diphtheria forA houriIMonday morning ho WaS some ar JkatEn fact there baa b oB during the week largo oTowda in attendance and quite a number of additioos to the church Most all have read of the matt disappointments of Fred Douglast his Arkansaw mule but more disappointing to Fred than following mule was to his wnE This mule was foaled lest spring the property of Joseph A Harbr Joe who isn very closec observer and attentive ttfliissrock has used the mare with the colt following all summer fle tni4 several times to sell the afrte ard described it as a good secondrate horse mule Notwithstanding Joe sheared bis mule up himself and started Owingsvillo with it last Saturday a week to sell it to Ran kin or some one elseVtho way he was convineedi continued ar gument that his mule was a mare IIt proved to bo a tItre mule Joe Vas beaten OLD I1ICkb1Famoua among the most ftttnousof the pure VoldKentu ky whiskies wbolcFonia arid strengthening for the weak pleasantly invigorating for tho LlchIjson rl1f 1 RACKET STORE WE HAVE TOO HANY SUflMER GOODS moneyCallDust Pans 5e 2qt Tin Bucket 7c 1qt Mason Jars doz 50c 2qt I doz GOc Brooms 25 15 1Ic Cups and Saucers set 25c Glass Tumbler each 2u 3qfcTin Colfeo Pot lOc Pipes 10 52c Hair Clippers 70 COo Tin Muffin Pan Uc u CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W Savoyards Lotter Louisville Post Washington Aug 15 Kon tucky is just entering upon a quid renniul pojitical campaign that promises trt bo somewhat heated and altogether interesting and it is a very good time to tnko n glunco backward and have a glimpse at some former races for Governor and other former conduct of politic parties Tho first muD elected Governor of Kentucky after tho adoption of the constitution of 1850 was Lazarus W Powell lie WIIP n Democrat and defcntccl Archibald Dixon the Whig candi date but the Whig pkrty was get ting ready to die in 1851 and did die in 1852 Dixon and Powell lived in the same town Hender sohhad been law partners anti wero lifelong friends It was the custom to hold joint discussions in those days but Powell and Dixon valued their friendship above all political nttbHions nnd they mutually agreed not to meet on the slump Dixon was a powerful man before the people but Powell was the best elccttoneercr in hotate If one wonrd be amused let Him hear Matt Adams tell of tfiS meeting of PoweW end Jerry Osborne a Democratic b llwethar of the mountains of those days Then he will know how it came thuttLoPowell beat Archie Dixon Governor The flrst race for Governor that recollect WAS that of 1855 1 wa boy of ten then but I remembef drstinctly hearing the candidate ppenk that year ft was a time of intense r ilitrcal excitement Tho The Kr Nothing party an abol c the North i a fireeat 1Ut1TW f Many thou1i1 yi OeinocratH who hated the Catholic Church more ttmn they loved poll ical hr religious libortyjolned it The Haptiatchurch had been the backbone ft the Kentucky Demo rucy but KnowN thiogism almost denuded the Democratic par ty ot its Baptists At least that was the way it was in Barren coun y Beverly L Clarke was the Democratic nominee for Governor and Charles S Morehead the Know Nothing candidate Nowdaya the machine does Louisvilles voting n 1855 the mob did Itand that elected Morehead In 1856 Kentucky went Demo cratic John C Breckinridgo was on the ticket In 1858 an Owen county Democrat was elected Clerk of the GOD of Appeals by a big majority In 1859 the Democrats nominated Beriab Magofiln for Governor and the opposition aunt ed Joshua A Bell The State was now reliably Democratic All the Congressmen but two or three woro Democrats The Whig party was dead Tho KnowNothing party uttfJ dead The Republican party did not exist in Kentucky Bell was a great orator and brilliant maobut he could not stem thotldo In 1860 tho Democratic party was split wide open For instance those two naturalborn D mocrdts John Young Brown and William P Brookinridge were pitted against each other ono for Douglas and the other fur Breckinridge The odds and ends of some dead parties had n ticket in the held that year composed df Bell of Tennessee and Everett of Masia chueetta In Kentucky there were some thousands of old Whigs too lovoted rothenamo HenryClay to ever vote foraDemocnlt They upported Bell and Everett and he Democrats being divided Bell and Everett carried the State A sectional party elected the Presf dent and that resulted In wsr1as was bound to be Gov Magoffin could not with the Lin coin lidmirdstrutlor and resigned to bo succeeded by a Union man 3ov JamesS Roberson who served the remainder of the tort In 1833 the Union Democratic party nominated Joshua F Bell for Governor and the plain Demo cratic party nominated Charles A WiokSiffe Bell declined and Thomas Ejftradlette was substituted for him Kentucky was a Union State No doubtof that and It i vory probable that Braaletto would have been elected had there been a fair election bat the election was not fair and his majority was all they wanted it to be Bra letJe wnsn godsWJrOvernor His tftter papers weremodels strong in statement nndfelegunt in diction I doubt if GovBepkham can write as well Had nature not denied Teat Brat l retteafgood temper be mfglit havd rJ tJ Thread spool 42o lIioINice Dross Lawnsreduced to yd 5 Back ilairCombaV 150 Red Table Linon yd 18c Mending Tissue pack 5 Baby Hair Brushes lOc Tablets 5 3 lc Lace Pillow Shams 12tC Mens Work Gloves pr 44 25 10 HEFLIN Owingsville Kentucky played a great part IIo had a great intellectIn Kentucky had become very rebellious The year previous she elected Alvin Duvull Clerk of tho CoUrt of Appeals because d Federal siitrup had dispereod convention that rononiinated him for Judge of tho CoUrt of Appeals dur lag the war John L Helm was the Democratic candidate for Governor in 1867 and Sidney M Barnes the yearbeforeGen Ed Hobaon for Clerk of the Court of Appeals but they culled him a Union Democrat In 1867 ntuckyton eYjnominnted JudgeKinkead majoritybyLieutUnder the constitution the vacancy was required to be supplied by an election and Gov Stevenson was the Democratic nomtaoe lIe Re publican competitor was R Tarvin Batter Stevensons majority at thej August election was a little above or a little below 90000 In Novem ber following Horaoe Seymour car tied the State by a majority a lit tie greater or a little less than Ste venaons I have forgotten which It was highwater mark for the Kentucky Democracy that good year 1868 The beauty of Israel is slain upon tlio high places how are the mighty fallen It is told in GaSh and published in tho streets of Askllon The daughters of thoPbilistincs rejoice illsV Vofthe uncircumcised tri iw tire otr ulcfr l whence como tkjj + We ect ciVbut wo steal em i In 1S71 Preston H Leslie after a bard fight got the nomination over the unorganized forces of John Young Brown and J Proctor Knott He defeated John M Harlan by a great majority though the Rcpuhf lioan party had beon reinforced byI the fifteenth amendment and its 60000 colored troops from IColII tucky James B MoCreary got the nomination over Cerro Gordo WitI diamin 1875 and he too bootI John Harlan by a big majority That was the year William Lindsay missed a great opportunity The Governorship was begging him toI take it and it nreanfa Senatorehi for him In 1879 Dr Luko muck burn was nominated because ho had the biggest heart in Kentucky We shall not look on his like again lioI was as impulsive as a child but he never hail a bad nor a wean impulse We all know ho was not the man for Governor but ills a mighty degenerate Kentuckian who is net glad that he was Governor Had Joo Raleighs case come before him he would have suffered his arm to rotto the shoulder joint ore he rod signed a pardon but had Ral eijjh met the fate a thousand better men have met and been hung by a mob old Luko would havo issued pardons to the members of tho mob as fast or faster than the Com monwealths Attorney could have reported the indictments against pardotlVeburn never put his name to a par ion for political consideration Knott ln1883 i Bucfcner in 1887 and Brown in1891 all had good majorities Democracy was Dem ocracy in thopo days Then came he incongruity of 1895a lint money candidate on a sound money platform Defeat was inevitable Then the Democratic organization of Kentulkrset out to be n crimi nal It could notelttby the peo pie and it to steal what the people refused them Under tho miserable pretext that Kentucky couldnt hold an honest election thoy legalized dishonest elections When tbo people rose in their ma- Jesty and restored the element of chance theyVtolo that too Then they engrafted politics oncourtbof and unless this thing stops theroJBihpr where iff going to end lldwever that phased it wHfkcep for another chapter ftha Republican pnriy of Ken tucky roril tho devils IjrJBg ing things might bo rnefldedibtit it- tBVry doubtful if the1ieptucky- flpiiblinan layout is hthe cvil bringiniy Thy IiM0 u splendid ticket and tins is why a heap of them1 dbnt want it elected pv AiiOV VVVVV 1 t v i j jWhySaddle or Harness when you con get strictly firstclass goods made right hero at home and made out of tho best oaktanned leather and by men that only make firstclass work Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLE Is tbo casifcst andoasiestridingaud most durable saddle jade If you trOIlB set of our hnndcihde buggy harness you wiZ1Valways use thorn I have tho best line of saddlery goods In this part of the State I am Yours for bent saddles and harnessV EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLB KY Ti SAM P ATGHISIIN 1 DRUGGIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBflCGO CIGARS G1i i BUY GREEN SEA HOV FOR MEN WOflEN and CHILDREN VP MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U S i t WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOLES thi fbestwearing leather in the world c For sale by Oscar Chandler bKiI PricesToSultTimes y 45CII 8c lawns fof 50 71 1 Lficlacesp 145doci I 32Floork 85CLu Kangaroo guaranteed isVVu Vici Pat leather 3 2 25- adfes iT VIet Kid shoes laceregV2 92CVJjU u t uii50 ocVMens linen coats and vest 25C VWiV1suits regular J4 forV298VCASH PAID FOR EQQS AND HENSV One door abov OscarChandIer ffI M VV t J txtViLII- We would hit VtVV t columns of you rasr a tJaro IsaiTJ person who has ft J Greens August for tho cure of Indigestion Dyspepsia and Liver Troubles that hart not been cured and we albol their results such as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual costlvonesK nervous dyspepsia headaches despondent feelings sleoplesanessin fact any trouble connected stomach or livel This medicine has been sold for many years in all civilized countries and we wish to correspond with you antI send youbne of our boots fro AugustFlowertlYhave never known of its railing If- so something moro serious is the matter with you The So cent size has just been introduced this year Regular size 75 cents At JOHN T KIMBROUGH SONS G G Green Woodbury N J 10000 GIVEN AWE THE LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL TO MAKE A CASH DISTRIBUTION TO SUB SCRIBERS 18012 the CourierJournal of Louisville Ky inaugurated and curried to a successful issue the first great estimatingcontest ever conducted by a newspifper This contest was based on llie Presidcii tial election tff 1St 2and i440O was distributed to readersVCourierJournllI In response to i ttl9rttnFcluestst- the CourlorJ ur S tl i1 to inaugurate another similar contest based on the total vote east for nil candidates for Governor of lon tucky in the election November 31 1903 Ten thousandVdthlars in gold silver or greenbacks will bo Rivcni1 to successful estima tors Thefpwillbo single gifts of 300032OqO 1000 500 800 20Q 150 100 50IInd30 and- d67O gifts of 10 eacluln ad itipn there willboglrtor 500 300- and 200 for the best estiinatefepc1 ceived liefore August I i efJre September 1 anU before OctbA1 profitshcripg1iberlty er to secure new bers rorVthe VDul1v and Week tourterJou mitt J lyery persod 8ubRcrbing for tho Weekly Cou rlorJournnl one year S one dollar with the sII18cuptiunisent- ltletl to two uuisseo or cstimntcs jBvery person Bul9cribliij for the Courier Journal for one month GO cents is entitjed to one guess onq Y U0Otwive guesses Rejnqwals colIn the same as new subscribers the CourierJpurnal Com nv today for fuliparticulafsandBl ok5 VVV JJSiIIII1 n f IILMri rR 0 ULorWltnk ll 11 nVrtgVC es 2 bfs of UCOVlltVvPj C n Ul demand warrants buusutr urtli nary shcriirrB milen umfvit for ttttncItaent notices to luke depOssitinns indictments for selling on Sunday indictments for gaminpf 1 appraisement boards subpoenas bench warrants eaplas pro fisic come to Tie OuTtboK office wb have then in stockV Wedding J fand Mfaoihcr i f styles of jVV t RingsJ A ot tbe most Jlmote tcJp j I 1841 t l tf- Diamond iAo iChoice t line of every f 1aund sV jewelers always zVready foriuipection i flcor1 sFIW S GUDGELnI 4 ATTYATlAW JlO- J1 sa wit R QiuIgellS6h OWING3VtLtfuKY ci r jL4ory r q LE KY YHqAAqul1rt counoctloa i A ffy with Preston ttIod 0 r 0 AiliLwiL f r tiitI5oli ecpt 3uoPJ1t All o lrldaU jMralH2jiHl2jcaiiyIuiuB czar iorylaS 8 il nliiulm9artef i f JIJ BUMU EKKECTI VK JULY rlter t ftr 4 TXMK 6yTKAIN AT rrESTOl STATirjji f ABTBQHNl I iNo2i1 co4i rcur- fiNoLV- VV 5 No 3Vt441 = VI1t No if i9t1t8 i jt I l plnofnpatawshjflgtwiNew nU4trnqtqiL if1ft JX i Vj X c i t f S4 k bW ft t 1 OWINBSYIILEOUTLOOk OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher liivi sit1 Weakness never won t battle 4 I plntAnJlntDontHow the world a trcatln you k For your kick Is only borln Them you tell your troubles to L Pull yourself together and Shet your fists an make a1tt EtanjkJi7 Halt the souIenthralUn troubles b That a skecredup mortal sees Are but airy thinshelled bubbles im He could prick an bust with easeta If hed only stop his Jclckln Bout his luck an sit to work t Fur the troubles only thicken Round the man thats on the shirks t Only makes the matter wus it1our to loaf around and cuss t In1 a word despalrin brothera1 I t When tho clouds obscure your sun t You must do Just one or tother You must make a flght or run Nineteen times In every twenty If you stand youll land on top 0 Run an you will sit It pentyqWhere the chicken got To An the world will hustle by 3 Your remains without a sigh James Barton Adams In Denver Tost irMysterl of the iV I By WALKER KENNEDY i 1 I at CopjrtfUmsoj by AM lIeU Newspaper Co 1 CHAPTER XI 1 j Some time after 2cw Years Mlus v was busy entertaining an eastern cap t italist by the name of Frederick Merivnle Just why it did so perhaps 4 Kilus would have been puzzled to ex plain if nn explanation had been L1 asked for nobody seemed to know the object of his visit or in what way a 2 an this wining and dining could assist jj he prospects of the city hut JCilns was naturally hospitable and when Mr Merlvalcs presence was made y known it was surmised in a general t way that he was seeking nn outlet a r for eastern capital Perhaps he might be induced to take up an important t railroad project that had been aban doned for lack of funds and which Lwould open up a splendid new terri a tory to the trade of XII us Or perhaps a 4 he for to establish was looking a place manufactures of some kind and a Isilus had a welldefined idea that r without manufactures she could never hope to be a great city nut I whatever Mr Merivales projects were he kept them largely to himself 4 Some of the wealthy cotton men may j have been in his confidence the asahI 4 ulty o their attentions to him la- vored this Idea but nothing definite got into the papers except the fact I that Mr Merivnlo had been enter tained by the clubs and banqueted some of the businessmen jTerivale was the sensation of the niysa4 the Interest which his visit had ex cited Yet there was absolutely nothing r Interesting in the mans personality except the fact that he permitted no one to understand him That Which Is unintelligible seldom fails to awak en an interest and it was so with Frederick Merivnle In appearance t he was anything but remarkable He was cold and dulllooking with a v fishy eye a neatly trimmed beard a k flushed face and sparse hair on the top of his head Ills yellowish brown beard was parted with great pre butiiiVhen be dId th Intention was not r mirthful 1e rK knew 0j the3alon gjc s mannerI gave no indication whatever of lib methods and there was no way to I i determine the process of his thoughts NtT from his conversation which was dry 4 as parchment Merivale hail very lit tie to sny and what he did say was 8 not worth remembering either for its brilliancy Its depth or its perspicuity 4 4 But whatever may have been his lIe a ficiencies in the conversational line f here could be nq doubt that he was a gourmeV of marked ability and that he gave his tailor carte blanche S e Every detail of his toilet was care fully considered nnd he would havea been pronounced a welldressed man In the most fashionable clhof1 Christendom somethingIna noT define it1 because he had been i known to squeeze Wall street pretty hard several times to his own profit 1 and glory and it is hardly necessary to say that the man who is a suc ces but does not disclose his secret possesses a charm for the curious that BO merely fortunate man could have f Jfaturally Irving Warde as a wlde I Kwake newspaperman was interested eri111esTi6ItmdMoonafterI q J4 cured an introduction As a member 41 of some of the leading clubs of tho 1i clly he contrivedto iiee a great deal Ie ot Merivale and though lie made several adroit attempts to learn from him the business which brought himt to the city he found himself baffled apparentlydenaehe turned his attention to the rich frequelltlylBI evidently as rnucbSn the dark as r airof7 bytheshe dropped his investigations In ttiis 1 line There was one person in the city sei upon whom Merivale called frequent G ly and this wasCol James Franklin0A As has already been intimated in this story Col Franklin was a man whoI dabbled In a great enterprisesb but he had considerable reputation as- a1p chancery He was a man- wlulfaltwas worth while to consult rjZbout real estate Inveilments ques lavolviBfir Lles and intricate Is I 1i1fta coanected wijh the settlement of 2 estates and the rights of ownership t Frequent coaultatlons with Franklin i 1 j thesroundtHt1JiEe was coBteaiplated business reV quiriBgtke services of an astute law i cr Warde Jmew that it would be ueJefto itoellcit any Informs tioarEltfXra Jut Hlllsman iaftHtdt become garrnl itena aad what he kew The rs aerk mu a persea to keep Ua ears apes and wlo had aa inordl aate fon4nesa for gowip l is ipated i aad II8L1I puloHB he had a certaia I ptral eWfBlBgX WIIICh had develope4 r i ItIM peoat ania of coiled CjitlG4 yYiiOj 1J if ji 1At v h r1t1 + it S3 could find against those with whom he was acquainted or likely to come in contact If he could secure the evldenecofanthinS crooked in the fe of an apparently respectable man something that had been hushed up or forgotten he was as happy as tamp collector or an nutograph fiend over a fresh find A clipping from an old newspaper narrating u longfor gotten scandal in the life of some plomlncnt officer or respected citizen a letter in which some finically proper person hud given himself away a copy of n paper wjiich was never intended to see the light of day n gambling I O U that had never been paidor the notes In the suppressed divorce CONC were objects as valu able in Hillsmnns eyes as rare brica brac to n virtuoso lIe first began his collection with the idea that perhaps some lay he might need theso odd bits of information for his own selfprotection and if buy of the people on his list undertook to impose on him or to hold him to account for ny of his vagaries or irregularities why he hail the edge on them Jso one knew anything of Hlllsmans strange collection but people did now that he had a wonderfully in- uiring mind nnd a memory ofother men4 lapses and peccadillos which was both appalling and embarrassing Wnnle at first surmised that the consultations between Merivale and Franklin had not taken place in the latters oilier without llillsinans learning something of them and he began quietly to cultivate that Individuals society The clerk did not prove very coot municative and Vartle canto to the conclusion that it was because he knew but little Ilillsmans idea was that a big land purchase of some kind was in contemplation but lot what purpose he could not say While Wnnlc was still hoping that he would be able to learn something from this source lUHsnian was dis charged from Col Krnnklina employ ment on the ground of too frequent drunkenness nnd because he had col lected a considerable sum of money for his employer nnd while under the the inlluencc of liquor had gambled it a way When Warde hearth this ho abandoned any hope of getting any trustworthy information front Hills man nut a singular thing happened that very night Wurdes habit was to take n light lunch about midnight ii nil he usually got it at a restaurant which was then a great resort in the trity This hostelry kept open all night and sold everything in the line of liquors and food from a glass of pompanoTherenight when it was not filled with guests It was a great rendezvous for actors anti persons who had been to the theater The fast young men about town and the gentlemen gam blers made It their midnight meeting place Here wellknown politicians who had been at work under cover of darkness usually topped oil their labors with a plate of oysters or a bottle of chainpngne The place was always cheerful and inviting and gave a bright side to Jhe night life of the city When Warde ciitered nearly nIl the tables were occupied by the guests In a distant corner however he saw Hlllsman sitting alune The clerk saw him at the same time and rather hilariously beckoned to him Irving accordingly seated him self at Ilillsuiaus table He soon dis covered that Hillsman was in a weav lug way his face was flushed his eye had an artificial lustre and it was evident that be had imbibed not wisely but too much He was in a maudlin good humor lIe hud been fired that morning and he was glad of it lie had a sense of relief which he easily persuaded himself was delightful There was really some fun in gettinir fired and he was determined to celw fiiimrtglr anpains1klnrunIIt w 2tnd so with m was rapidly approaching a state of complete alcoholic Nirvana He had welcomed Warde effusively and told him recklessly to order what he wanted The invitation was ac cepted and as he was hungry and through work for the night he or dered a substantial supper While they were waiting Hillsman insisted on their taking a drink together and the forthcomingI be- Ing fired by the governor this morn largedrinkyes said Warde what was the matter Why he complained about my settingdrul1kdidnt see any reason why he should do the entire drinking for the office What did he say to that2 Why he cussed me but hematite tell you Irv Warde just between you anti me the governor made n big mistake when he cussed me and fired me out I know a blamed sight more than he gives me credit for Ill make him knuckle to me yet just put that in your note book and write her up in big type Ive got something in my pocket here tapping his breast tohaveeither Irvings curiosity was now aroused and he made up his mind to find out what it Will that Hillsman laid His thoughts wavered between the MerIvalepaper to which HHlsmnri referred had some connection with the matter in which he was deeply interested Itwas easy to see that the clerk would hedenseJycluded that he would cling to him and wrest the secret from him if it took nfl night Ho accordingly called for another round and they ate and thatWardeblJDselfof being intoxicated It was two oclock when they arose from the ta IrvIngmendable firmness assisted his more unbalanced companion out and they arms with the intention of go waytheyconfidential and Warde In broken ac cents swore that Franklin had treated Hillsman like a brute Thisii paper 11 fix him said Hills man thickly What paper said Irving no less thickly betheJlfgIeverycentofSee here Irv youre my Iran aint you Well now I want you to look mti1itoaskfshob r He handed the coyeted paper over to TVarde who placed It with drunken nailia7t to IiOii f i kpi A 4 a J M 1L y 1 r l They pursued their zigzag way n the street until they were sudden stopped by n dark stalwart man In a heavy cloak It was Col Franklin Youre the very man I want to sec said Franklin roughly Hello Colonel how are you said Frank gayly Colonel who said Irving Oh ycsh its Col Frank Dcnjumin Leah all go and take a drink Youre both drunk enough now paid the colonel sharply and I refuse to participate in your beastly revels Hut I want to see this drunkard here indicating Frank if you can spare him All right And Irving leaned heaT ily but gratefully against the door of n store while Franklin rather loudly demanded of Hillsman What have you done with the paper Morris gave you for me2 What paper colonel said Frank sobered anti frightened at the sudden ness cf the question You know what paper I mean I have beard from him today by letter from China he writes me that he gave the paper to you and I propose to have itIrving broke in here Come gen tlemen dont quarrel here Icsli nil have a friendly drink Oh go to grass said tho colonel angrily Colonel I wont do it said Irving with dignity Ive got to take Frank homeXcver mind Frank Ill take him home Youve gut a big enough job to take yourself home All right Colonel Ill hold you personally responsible when you sober up Soodby Ill see you later And he reeled away leaving Frank and the colonel to fight it out As soon as he reached a cross street he turned into it straightened himself HE RETIRED AT ONCE TO READ THU PAPEU WHICH HE HAD OB TAINED FROM FRANK HILLSMAN up mind walked briskly to a hotel flr he did not caro to be found in his room that night Time clerk gave him a room without entering lilt name on the register and he retired at once to read the paper which he hud obtained from Frank Hillsman Wardes intoxication that night was of course all a trick Though he had ostensibly disposed of several drinks of whisky he had as a matter of fact simply ejected the liquor into the glass of water which accompanies each drink So when he reached his room at tile hotel he was as sober- sa he had been when he met Hillsman CHAPTER XII Early the next morning when tliejdli3inforniedcompanion IraObctJn there Ilt thre uclUkEthe morning seeking him He quieted her evident fears for lilt sagacitinnight Xow he begun to find the possession of that paper a nightmare lie knew that tremendous pressure anti re sources which he could not anticipate would be brought to bear to preentitstate for the perusal of the paper which Hillsman hind handed him satis lied him that he held a safeguard against the plot that had been laid to steal it fortune lie began to have un inkling of the nature of the com binatiou which had been formed and ho was much concerned lest the paper which was worth so much to the Wrights should be in some way filched from him He felt that he was mak jag this fight for Miriam and he was doubly concerned over the result He Imew that the paper meant home and fortune to her it meant also perhaps louldeniedtriumph of justice over deliberate villainy Of course plans would be at once laid to recover the paper and Irving divined the necessity of putting it immediately out of reach of the con spiratorsIt eight oclock and Mr Eta erett was just sitting down to breakfast v Irving readied the house just at this time and when he was announced the lawyer finished his meal in a hur ry mind at once led the way to the library Here the story was soon told and the paper handed over to the lawyer who locked it up In his safe- rNow said lie I must leave fo time courthouse as I have a case at nine oclock Can you come here to nightYes Well come about eight oclock And during the day avoid Hillsman if you can and if you run across Frank lin bluff him out I dont want to see you about my office either Suppose they should ask me for that paper Why remember that you were on a spree last night and your recollection of anything that happened is very Indistinct You will nut be much annoyed by Hlllsman today for it will take him some time to sleep oft last nights experience Be on your guard against Franklin and do not give him satisfaction As a mattrof precaution the two men separated at the gate to prevent if possible anyone from knowing that they bad iqet Irving took a roundabout waynnd as he passed a com ner not farE from Mr Everetts resU thence he a man leaning Idly against a lamp post The mans appearance was strangely familiar even though he wore a patch over his eye Irving could not stop to dissect his makeup and it was not until he had got three or four blocks away that brluglngbackhat and he recalled the powerful physique and catlike tread ot Old Torn Am Soon as he made that discovery h retraced his steps but his antagonist of tkfi river had gone tt U 1 vt0f j t i jt i j I A 13 RENCAPtIiEN1 The Proceedings of the 37th An nual Assemblage Gen John C Black of Illinois Was Elected CommanderinChitfThtd Next Held In Bostonb San Francisco Aug OTen thou sand survivors of the civil war passed in review Wednesday marching to the marital tunes that Inspired them to sndoavor 40 years TKO Above the na tional colors borne by every marcher proudly floated torn and tattered flags These with empty sleees and limp ing gait were eloquent reminders of the sorrow antI glory of war San Francisco Aug HThc Grund Army of the Republic Thursday se lected Boston as the place In which the encampment of 1904 will bo held and elected the following officers CommandcrlnChlef Germ John C Black Illinois senior vice commander Col C Mason Kecne California jun ior vice commander Coi Harry Kcts her Montana surRconInchlcf ticorgo A Harmon Ohio chnplalnlnohlaf Wlnfield Scott Arizona The first report of the afternoon was that of the flag committee It recent mended the passage of bills through congress and the different states for the purpose of fostering public senti ment In favor of honoring the national flag The report of the committee was adoptedA to admit sons of vet erans Into tho grand army posts was strongly supported but after nn cx tended debate was defeated by asmall majority The encampment adopted a resolution requesting congress to pass a bill pensioning all veterans who have reached the age oQ 62 years Tie Womans Relief Corps elected the following officers Thursday afternoon National president Sarah WI nans Ohio senior vice commander Ursula M Mattison Washington The National Association of Army Nurses of the civil war held Its annual election Thursday There was a large number present nnd the meeting was largely of a social nature though held In executive session The following officers were elected National presi dent Mrs Addle U Ballou California national vice president Mrs Susannah Mlmps Pennsylvania junior vice pres ident Mrs James Smith Ohio treas urer Mrs S M Stewart Gettysburg Pa chaplain Mary E Lacy New Jer sey guard Mary F Fox New Jerse7 conductor Mrs E L Chapman Illi nolsSan Francisco Aug 22The 37th national encampment of the Grand Army of toe Republic closed Friday afternoon after a protracted morning session The newly elected officers with the exception of Junior Vice Com mander Kessler who Is now on tho way from tho Philippines were Installed U was resolved to telegraph to Pres- Ident Roosevelt the resolution layer Ing the pensioning of veterans of C2 years of age which was adopted Thursday The committee on rEsolutlol1spre sented a number of resolutions on which action was taken The proposal to make all past adjutant generals members of the encampment was defeated A resolution favoring legislation to pi event by education and In other ways tie desecration of the flag was adopted The proposed establishment of ra tlonal soldiers hone rt fort Sher men Idaho In Florfoa The encampment unanimously adopt ed the following resolution Introduce by Capt P II Coney of Topeka Kan Resolved That we congratulate that splendid soldier exemplary commander and patriotic citizen Gen Nelson A Miles on his attainment of a distinguished and honorable retire ment after a matchless record as a soldier of over 42 years service with out just criticism of his official con duct which began as a lieutenant In the 22d Massachusetts infantry progressing by the brightest grade of he role patriotism from Manassas to Appomattox during the greatest of all civil wars from 1861 to 1865 and il luminating this record by his great military achievements as a successful Indian fighter and again as a great and judicial military disciplinarian and or ganlzer CommandcrInChicf Black after the adjournment of the encampment re celved the following telegram iron Gen John B Gordon commanderla chief of the United Confederate Veterans My hearty congratulations to you and the country Your election as sures unanimous and Increased good will and closest amity Gen Black responded as follows The encampment having adjourned I have submitted your message to the council of administration anti I am illtected by them to acknowledge It and say as I do that they fully reciprocate Its fraternal and bencflccct spirit God bless our land Stabbed With a Hatplr Kalamazoo Mich Aug 22F B McArthur a stockman of Saco Mont was probably fatally stabbed Friday In tie stomach with a hatpln by a woman who thought that Mr McAr thur had brushed a little feather deter in her face John Ellsler Dead New York Aug 22John Ellaler father of Effie Ellsler the actress and nlmself a veteran actor and theat neat manager died at his home In this city early Friday agedSJ Heart dim ease caused his death The First Hank of silk Washington Aug 22 Secretary Wilson exhibited on his desk in the agricultural department Friday the first hank of silk reeled from the silk reeling machines recently purchase by the department Tao silk la very I fine quality Stable Boy Inherits a Fortune Omaha Neb Aug Jack Kelley a stable boy who gi ncd horses at 6 a week and slept a loft has been informed that his n Ithe late John Kelley of Rock Islanc III has left him 50000 AppolntedWashington W Schofield has been appointE 1 receiver of the Naveslnk national back of Red Bank N J to relieve BanI Examine W A Mason who was apponted re ceiver temporarily when thr bank waa closed Woolen Mills Close wn Providence R I Aug 32Thd several woolen mills in GUeyvllla ape ated by the American Wroi n Co will be closed foe oneweek bsgrlnnlng nex1 Monday Over 6000 peopU will y ecte4Ji J fl ut 5 Jt FLw 7 I THE CUP DEFENDER The Reliance Outfooted and Out pointed the Shamrock New York Aug2LOno of the biggest crowds of sightseers and yachtsmen that ever sailed down Sandy e forignica the yachting supremacy of the orld returned to New York Thurs ay disappointed because the sea had- efusedr a field of combat to the racers ut nevertheless jubilant In the con viction that Sir Thomas Liptons latest challenger like the two Shamrocks which had preceded her was doomed to return to England empty handed Of course the race Thursday was not absolutely conclusive owing to the light and shifting character of the airs but In a 15mllo beat to wind ward a portion of which was sailed in a driving rain the cup defender Reliance showed its heels to Sham RELIANCE ON HER TRIAL SPIN rock III in commanding style and in weathercoIfdltlonlwhich were sup posed to be to the particular liking of the challenger During the last two hours of the race Reliance steadily increased its lead rounding the turn a mile ahead of Shamrock Heading back for home close hauled Reliance had just reach ed Shamrock still outward bound when It being apparent that the race could not be finished In the time al lowance the regatta committee boat at 345 fired the signal which declared the race off Under the rules the first race 15 miles to leeward or windward and return is now postponed until SaturdayNew Aug 24tn the international yacht race Saturday afternoon between the American yacht Reliance and the British boat Shamrock III the former beat the cup challenger nine minutes WIFE OF A DESTITUTE STRIKER She Attempted to Kill Herself and Her Four Children Philadelphia Aug 24Two chll dren are dead from inhaling illumi nating gas They are Clara anti Ber tha Roder Their mother and two other children are in a dangerous con dition Mrs Roder said she had at tempted to murder her children and commit suicide Sho said that her husband who Is a textile stalker was without money nd iit mill who were without e u T forced to vacate them iouJBEACHED NEW YORK The Battleship Massachusetts Will Go in Dry Dock New York Aug 24The United States battleship Massachusetts which was considerably damaged on August 12 by striking on a ledge of rocks dur- Ing a fog while off the Maine coast reached New York harbor Sunday night She was convoyed by the bat tleshlp Indiana and the navy tug Potomac The Massachusetts will go in dry dock at the New York navy yard Brooklyn for repairs CONVICT JOSEPH MURPHY One of the Men Who Escaped From Folsom Prison Captured Reno Nev Aug 24 Convict Jo seph Murphy who escaped from Fol som prison was captured here Sunday night Convict Frank Miller was witlt Murphy at the time but the side walk Into the willows Soya eral shots were fired at him escaped in the darkness A large posse is on the trail of Miller and his capture is expected at any moment Charles Carroll Bonney Dead Chicago Aug 24Charles CarrolC Bonner who was president Worlds Congresses of the Columbian exposition died here Sunday of paL ralysis after an illness of three Roundhouse and Shops Burned Beaumont Tex Aug 21Th- e 0 roundhouse and machine shops of tb Santa Fe railroad In this city burned Sunday night Five engines and 20 000 worth oi machinery were totally destroyed the loss being estimated at 100000 Kills Three Men Toronto Aug 24The packinghouse of the Ontario Powder Co Tweed Ont was blown up and three men were killed The explosion broke many plate glass windows In tho town and injured buildings Swallowed Carbolic Acid New York Aug 24tIrs Marie Kleeberg wife of Philip Kleeberg a wealthy laee merchant committed suicide Sunday night at her her home on Riverside drive by swallowing car bolic acid No reason is known for the rash act Killed Wife and Wounded Her Mother Honolulu Aug 24E M Jones shot and killed his divorced wife and prob ably fatally wounded her mother Mrs Barmenter early Sunday morning Jealousy Is assigned as the cause of the shooting Cemetery For Pet Dogs Boston Aug 24A project is on foot by the Massachusetts society for the prevention of cruelty to animals to establish In Boston a cemetery for the burial of pet animals and birds One Massachusetts woman Is having 8500 marble monument erected for a dog Death of Robert Stevenson Chicago Aug 24Robert Steven son a pioneer wholesale drugglr Is dead of heart disease He wassstrt en while visiting at the home friends r 1 r r iI at 10 t t rl5 KJCXXXJ XSXSCXXXSXXSCXXSXX STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST 1 THE POWERS TRIAL Henry Youtsey Was on the Stand For Five Hours Friday Georgetown Ky Aug 15For five hours Friday the convict Henry Youta sey underwent a very trying and orous crossexamination as to his participation in the conspiracy which he says resulted in thi assassinatlcn oftWilliam Goebel for all of that he maintained the calm demeanor that the people of Scott county can not un derstand In him after the sensations he furnished them two years ago when he was himself on trial hero and threw n fit In the court room to keep from going on the witness stand and to excite sympathy in the minds of the jurors trying him When he told them Friday In response to queS- tions of the defense attorneys that he had faked them he did so with a smile on his face and some embarassment causing a general laugh In court Georgetown Kj Aug ISCaleb Powers took the witness stand in his own defense at the afternoon session of court Monday Examined by Judge Jere R Morton of his counsel he told the story he has repeated on the stand on each of his preceding trials In serted new matter now and then by entering denial to the story told by Frank Cecil of Bell county that he was seeking some one to enact the rolo of assassin He was very earnest In his denial of the Cecil matter In making answer to questions the de fendant continually made explanation of what he meant A number of times he fell Into error in making these ex planations and was corrected by tho court Attorneys Franklin and Campbell followed his recital closely anl often interrupted Georgetown Ky Aug 19The di rect and crossexamination of Caleb Powers on the stand in his own de lease was concluded Tuesday after noon and the defenso had an inning with Robert Noaks the common wealth witness He was confronted with a statement made by him at Danville III on December 9 1900 to Max Lewis of Louisville and Attor ney W E Jewell of that place In that statement Noaks charged Attor ney Campbell with trying to secure him to swear falsely to secure the con viction of Jim Howard and of FInley and Powers and told him of buying witnesses He made the statement but said that after making It he told Lewis and Jewell that It was a fact that he refused to swear to it or ever to sign Georgetown Ky Aug 20 Former United States senator William B De boe took the witness stand for the defense in the Caleb Powers case Wed nesday afternoon He gave testimony for tho first time In these cases He denied over having any conversa lion with the convict Henry Youtsey in which any reference was made to taking the life of William Goebel Ho left Frankfort the night ofther day before the shooting returning to Washington to talk to President Mc KInley about the Kentucky situation Georgetown Ky Aug 21As evi dence in the case of Caleb Powers on trial here his counsel Thursday aft ernoon filed the deposition of former Gov W S Taylor of Kentucky now a fugitive from justice The deposition contains a general denial bv Taylor to the charges preferrcd against lila In the indictment returned in the Franklin circuit court of complicity In hl mIt1 of William Goebel and llst tonia t l any kwe of the coMiiiUj rf any ofjth other In dicted or jLr i tv the alleged conspiracy to wsivsinju Goebel or any other member or members of the general assembly of 1900 or even of any participation In or knowledge of any attempt to Intimi date the legislators or to force them to do aught than just and right in the settlement of the contest for the goy ernorship He denies that he had any of the incriminating conversations alleged to have been had with him by commonwealth witnesses He declares Caleb Powers to be Innocent so far as he knows of any complicity in the murder of Goebel and says It was for that reason that he gave him a pardon Georgetown Ky Aug 22The deposition of former Assistant Secretary of State W J Davidson taken at In dianapolis Ind was filed by the de fense In the Caleb Powers case Friday afternoon and the reading of it to the jury begun but Interrupted by ad journment of court for the day Mr Davidson as did former Gov Taylor In his deposition entered denial of all conversations and Incriminating knowledge attributed to him by the com monwealth witnesses Golden Culton and Youtsey He denies that he ever discurscd the killing of Goebel with Youtsey or that he ever admitted to Youtsey Tallow Dick Combs or the Negro Mason Hockersmlth to the private office of Caleb Powers for such E purpose or for any purpose The Florence Fair Covlngton Ky Aug 19The annu al fair at Florence given under the auspices of the Boone County Agri cultural association will begin August 26 and continue four days The attractions are greater and the premium list larger than ever before Lady Languish at Lexington Lexington Ky Aug 22August Del monts crack filly Lady Languish by St SimonLady Reel arrived here from Saratoga and was tak n out to Nursery stud Belmont paid 23000 for her while still a suckling Big Tobacco Fire Petersburg Ky Aue 18The big building occupied by Berkshire Mc Wetby Co as a warehouse and con taming 20000 pounds of tobacco was totally destroyed by fire oran unknown origin early Monday The loss on the tobacco is 1000 uninsured Died Suddenly Covlngton Ky Aug 22 ExCouncll man Charles Avery received a message announcing the death of his 16 yea oJd daughter Effle Deceased hid been visiting at Osgood lad her health being bad Child Was Fatally Shot Harrodsburg Ky Aug UAllIDemaree fatally shot a 6yearold child of Richard Cornelius They are neigh bors and Demaree was shooting at chicken In his tomato patch and hit the child He Is 80 years of age and a Mexican and civil war veteran Military Strength Reduced Frankfort Ky Aug 20Gov Beck him Wednesday issued an order to re luce the military force in Jackson framGa to 25 men under Capt C W ordcrjoc l j Sr ic l KILLING AT A CHURCH A mos Acre and His Pen Shot to Death By Two Men DndGranville Taber and Eph Rector at Mt Union church over the Wayne and Pulaskt county lines Taber and Rec or It Is alleged Insulted a female relative of Acre and when the men met in front of the church William Acre remonstrated A fight ensued and old man Acre became involved Taber and Rector opened fire kill- Ing tw6 of the Acres William Acre took refuge in the church Taber and Rector followed them In with drawn revolvers and were only prevented from shooting him by the Interference of other members of the congregation Doth were arrested and taken to Mona tlcello Pierce Hubbard a bystander was fatally shot by a stray bullet PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION Tobacco Growers Expect to Compel the Trust to Raise Prices Lexington Ky Aug 22The Bur ley Tobacco Growers asoclatlon held a mass meeting here Friday and took steps to ralEe a half million dollars to finance the organization which was formed to fight the Continental Amer Ian Tobacco Co- Il has been reported that President Hawkins of this assoclalon and two other members who formed the com mlttee to raise the money had been offered 50000 each by the Continental to withdraw from this organization This report was denied by President Hawkins who stated that If the memo bers of the aspciatlon would stick together for four months longer the trust would be forced to pay the tobacco grower the market price for tobacco James S Henry Is Alive Lexington Ky Aug 22Through a letter received Friday by County At torney W P KImball from the man agement of the government hospital for the insane in Washington D C It Is learned that James S Henry who mysteriously disappeared from here nine years ago is alive and an Inmate of that Institution Henry while here was manager of the blllard room at the Phoenix hotel Deputy Marshal Killed Louisville Ky Aug 20Harry Shepard a prominent citizen of Cave City Ky died at St Josephs infirm ary this city Wednesday morning as- a result of being shot by an unknown Negro whom be was trying to arrest at Cave City for alleged counterfeit Ing Shepard was acting as a deputy United States marshal The Negro escaped Insane From Sneezing Lexington Ky Aug 20Rose Mc Kinney Floyd was brought here from the country and placed In the Eastern Kentucky asylum Wednesday night Her malady was the result of the odd cst happening known to medical science A few days ago she contracted a violent cold and went Insane from continued sneezing Kentucky River Trip Lexington Ky Aug 19SThe per sonal friends of GoY Bet am at the invitation of Capt Jarfc Adams have arranged a delightful trip along the Kentuckyirlv rlna flotilla of boats provided for the occasion The trip will begin at 11 ocloc 3Ji lnesday nextIShe Leaped From the Train PaducahKy Aug 19Mrs Sara Ballowe an ated lady Jumped from an excursion train and was i jured She got aboard In the depor thinking the train would stop at Trim ble street It did not and she leaped while the train was running at a liver ly rate His Left Leg Amputated Newport Ky Aug 22 Albert Quinn 19 son of Pat Quinn had his left leg amputated at Speers hospi tal Friday above toe ankle to prevent the further spread of an attack of necrosis of the bone resulting from an Injury to the ankle bone a year ago T C McDowells Stable Lexington Ky Aug ZOT CMc Dowells stable of horses including AlanaDale and Monarka arrived from Chicago and are at Ashland Alana Dale has practically recovered from his recent illness Threatens to Sue Cynthlana Ky Aug 2OJap King the juror who prevented banging in the JettWhlte case last week threat ens to sue newspapers which recently scored him Exempt From Taxation Lexington Ky Aug 19The gen eral council in joint special session adopted an ordinance exempting from taxation for a period of live years a large tobacco factory and warehouse which the Continental Tobacco Co announces It will erect here Two New Banks Petersburg Ky Aug 19A bank at Union and one at RIchwood this county wilt begin operations In a few days Linn Frazier Is cashier of the Union bank and John Byland of the RIchwood one The Warrants Dismissed Bowling Green Ky Aug 20The warrants against Councilman John Dean city democratic commlttceman Charles E Wright and J P Bailey charged with false sweating were dis pissed Wednesday afternoon by Coun y Judge Drake Arm Mangled By a Belt Frankfort Ky Aug 19 Enoch Johnson aged 23 a sawyer at the Choate planing mill was severely in lured by being caught in tae belting His arm was so mangled ind bruised as to necessitate amputation Campaign Headquarters Loulsvilley Kf Aug 21The republican state campaign committee opened headquarters in the Gait house Thursday Col Morris B Belknap will return home Friday after which a meeting of the state campaign corn mittee will be held- Wealthy Farmer Dies Lexington Ky Aug 20 James II Kerr aged 73 years and one of tut wealthiest farmers and land owners in- this county died Wednesday night He an old confederate soldier and his I estate is estimated at 250000 T I The Question An rrereA 24thMlflfquestionsof place regard to covery two years he has been down with his back He was so very bad that he could not even lace hii shoes and from this con dition be suddenly appeared well and throng asever It U no wonder therefore that his friends ore asking hint How did you do it He tells them all Dodd Kidney Pills did it and adds This remedy is a good medicine and one that I can heartily recommend to everybody Everyone around lure knows how lad I was I was to weak in my back that couldnt do anything that needed stobp ing or over three boxes of odds Kidney Pills made me as you Me as ell as ever 1 was They certainly had a wonderful effect on my case ChrUtUn FllrtlnSTr The presentday behavior ot young pee ple ii a continual source of regret to aged travelers We used to flirt when I vari young I don t say we didn t said in old lady a Sunday or two ago who nae traveling in a suburban train to hear her favorite clergyman preach J did itipr js elf hut with gone attraetionsL flirted in a Chn ti aSv manner not as girls do noie Spectator H K T Ily Annual Semldo Excursion An excursion to Galveston at this season f the year insures a delightfulexcursion trip ta small cost U tired bodies and weary minda as ocean breezes and a trip of this kind at this time tripTicketsfaro on August SOthwith final limit leaving Galveston on all trains up to and including September 12tb 1003 Special t rain will be run compose of day coacbe chair cars and tourist A buffet meal tervict will be furtdahedat reasonable prices Berths in tourist sleeper are 1200 i one berth being good for two Jill applications for berthreservations should be made to Mr F B Drew General Ticket Agent 1L K T Ry Parsons Kas Ask KatyV Agent for particular a Tender One Preferred Barmigan The docther told me to get a porous for me stomac- hDruggistYes sir what sort do you want Tis little I care what sort it is so long as tia ainily digested Catholic Stand ard and Times fc jfflwNothingating in summer than a daily bath Use soft tepid water sad good soap Ivory soap is ideal for the bath it is pure lathers quickly and leaves the skin soft w and white The bath should be taken early in the morning or just before retit ing at night ELEANOR R PARKER StnzngerI would like to have a tooth pulled DentittA man who would like to have a tooth pulled must be a lunatic Guess youd better go to the nearest amy iumBoston Transcript There Something Doing on the line of the M K T Ry and we pamphletsfor moneymaking on of twocent SuiteCLawyerImiut know the whole truth I can successfully defend you Have you told me everything Prisoner Yes everything cept where I hid the money and I want for myielf Glaigow Times Wife in her latest dna from Paris Harry whats the difference between a gown amid a creation Harry I cant give exact figures but its a small for tunePnnch Stop the Congh and works off the cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Price 25 cents Poverty is a tonic that the selfmade man is generally free to recommend for tome boyrChfcago RecordHer aId Pisos Cure ton Consumption is an infalli s ble medicine for coughs indcoldaN W Samuel Ocean Grove J JFeb17 1000i The mind that is mncji elevated and into lent xrith prosperity and cast downbyad vemty is generally abject and bai jaEpi sJcuni Three trains a day Chicago to Califor nia Oregon and Washington Chicago Union Pacific North Western Line Tbmost amiable people are those who least wound the of othcrt Biujr ere Pulnam Fadeless Dyes cblaa more gooj brighter colors with less work half others Idleness travels v fy slowly and poT erty soon overtakes her Hunter 1OpiumBkf5LWtfl1eyMDAUantnGs a t Good manners and good mofals are lurorn friends and fast allies Bartol One cannot always be a hero but one can always be a man Goethe Many women and doctors do i Bot recognize the real symptoms of derangement of the female organs until too late II had terrible pains along my spinal cord for two years and suffered dreadfully I was given diCerent medicines wore plasters none of these things helped me Reading of the cures that Lydia E PinMmms Vegetable Compound has brought about I somehow felt that it was what I needed and bought a bottle to take Hovr elad I am that I did so two bottlesr Drought me immense re lief and alter using three bottles more I felt new life and blood surging through my veins It seemed as though there bad been a regular house cleaning through my system that all ithe sickness andpoison had been taken out and new life giren me instead I have advised dozens of my friends to use Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable i Compound Good health is India pensable to complete happiness and Lydia E Vegetable Compound has secured this to me MBS LAUKA L EBEMKR Crown Point Indiana Secretary Ladles Relief Corps aiOOO forfeit Ifartglnalefaboue Ietiec jlll pminggtnulaiiiess JSrery sickTromanwko does not understand her ailment should write Mrs vPinkbam Lynn Mass jaex advice Is Palways helpful j If yon sufferfrom Epilepsy Pits Falling bicK seas St Vltus Dance or Jertico nave chil dren relatives friends or neighbors that do so or know people that are afflicted mT New Treatment Immediately relieve tad PER MANENTLY CURB them and ill yon are asked to do Is to send for my FREE TREAT MENT and try it It has CURED thousands whine everything else failed Will tent in plain packace absolutely free express Illustrated Boole Epilepsy Explained mEn by mill Please gl e name AGE toll address All correspondence professionally confidential W If MAY M D 04 Pine Street New Yorkity t i 4 ij C 4fi ho C i tC i Jl r f lJ JF I i t o aVJt j tr r TIlE SUPERIOR TYPE 1 of YOUNG MANHOODt tIs Not a Product ot the World But Is Marked DivinelitTSenuofl by thc Hlgbway and Byway Preacher 4iL COPbtZ9O37E1SQfl r Chicago Sunday Aug 13 1JC3 rext5I have written unto you young men because ye are strong and the Word 4 5dr5 of God nbldeth In you and ye have over come the wicked oneI John 2R O DOUBT John the apostle the one who Is speaking In our text was especially Interested In young menIn a certain type ot young men which he describes in the words before us This is not to be wondered at for John was a young l man when he first met Jesus by tile banks of the Jordan and became His disciple I His was a strong nature He was a young man in whose character the cur rents of life ran deeply His affections 4 and sympathlesfabsorbed his whole na a ture He was of quick perception and i understood his Lord better than anT other of Ills disciples lie realized the t t t mighty influence which Jesus had ex erted on his life how from narrow Jew ish prejudice ho had been broadened In his views to take In the whole world J howe from low and selfish ideals having their realization in this life only he had a been inspired with the loftiest ideals which found their eternal realization in God for he exclaims in this letter from c which our text is taken Beloved now are wo the sons of God and ft doth not t yet appear what we shall be but we bknow that when He shall appear we shall be like Him for we shall see Him masHe Is He realized how when he I w first met Jesus he was filled with great ambitions for this life only but Jesus had turned this strong current Godward 1 and had given him an ambition which itrl reached as high as God and which was as broad as His eternal purposes And because he realized wbnt a mighty 4 change rnd influence Jesus had wrQught L In his life as a young man he himself J was Interested in young men And I young men are always interesting l FATHER and mother quicken at the I 1 for their hope their ambi i tion their pride and joy are centered in I the young man of their household Younger brothers and the sisters with l loyal devotion accord the young man the 4 place ot recognized authority and leader qshIp The young man himself finds e within himself a fascinating object of ccontemplation as the buoyancy of life the expanding energies the bounding a k it ambitions the persistent hopefulness are felt throbbing within And because of this the young man is interested in young men as he Is In no others In the great wide world outside the home and outside of himself the young man Is always the venter of interest and expectation The Business and Industrial world turns to the young men with assured confidence expecting that its burdens will be car e 4kned and its problems worked out in the main by them The nations strength In her young men She always turns to j Mbcm In the hour of danger and need- f S THERE are different types of young I manhood and should we ask which e t one is the superior type we would no Se4 j SoiPetfection others would esteem intcllectu ailsm as the qualification which was to determine still others would declare- that business acumen which would en ible a young man to become a Napoleon of finance and industry was the trait frAwhich Id mark the superlorxtype of young mv while still others t would hoiaihaii Meal p ndardssh2l1ld determine tile Questw But f we re c thequestionyoung men to whom ho was writing and declare that there was the superior type p r of young manhood the young manhood which was strong in the Lord and in the power of His might Two great facts yea three must be kept in mind That i man was created by God and created in- His own image and man was created for tbe Glory of God The highest possibil ities of manmust find their realization Si then in and for God The manhood which reflects most perfectly the Gqd In whose image man has been created and ful fills most fully the purpose of that creation must be the superior type of manhood tTHE sculptor with his chisel and mal I let and Ihe artist with his palette r1 and brush seek br thclr creative skill to produce something which will give ex jI j presslon loan inward Ideal and bring to S1 them glory and honor and fame TheIe highest mlssion of the statue or the oil 4 painting would be to reveal the Ideal of Jthe one who had created It and by Its pcrfectoutllne and coloring bring to him glory But supppse after the last chip had been taken from the marble and the last touch of the brush had been felt by 4 the canvas that the statue or the figure rin the palnUng should willfully refuse tf jtoi express the Ideal of its creator and e thus dishonor Instead of glorifying the pnc who had so patiently wrought upon t it Suppose the bird which God has r made to fly should lay aside its buoyant i cYl8contenthp L the earths green sod or tho branches of the lowspreading bush 7 The lofty out pA look in yonder tall tree would never fEel the weight of the little songster and the blue vault of heaven would not echo with 1 the notes of his song The highest and best possibilities of the little bird would not be realized It Is so with man and I I especially the young man for what the young man is nearly always determines what the character of the man in later thingztion that It can be said that it has real Iced its highest possibilities Man has yt lien created in the image of God that he has been endowed with a spiritual ijature which can only find Its highest possibilities and its complete satisfac tion 3ri God Himself He was created tOiod and nothing but God can satisfy This being true the highest the superior type of young manhood is found not in c thoyoung Baan who achieves the merely hurhan and earthly success or honor or gower but Is found In the young man i jb who links his life with God and gives J expression to the Divine will SXRONG young meal Found within the ranks of the disclnlea of the Lord a strangeAhto piand among the young men of the il ffBrld that religion is weak and ettem Bate Strange we SAY and yet not so Strange for the devil Is ever busy get tlng the world to believe a lie Andmen I pefer to believe a lie because their deeds Sevil Tha devil it the most clever Iworldhas y keJO 1beUcYQ t t 4 Nb I f J iP5 fitJft ii Jo iI I J 5zpror tJrt r J jr liI h O j lf J2 t black Is white and white black if you will but give him audience Jesus had to tell him to get thee behind Me Satan for ho dared not parley with such a visitor And if Jesus dared not how dare you do such a thing I remember a number of years ago when a clever trickster made me believe that he had ripped every button off my coat lIe had not but the movements of his hands wore so swift and he held my coat in such a manner as to make it look ex actly as though the buttons had been pulled off lie made me believe a lie And Satan does that sort of thing too He paints religion In unattractive colors and deludes young men into the idea that with it they are less manly and less suc cessful than without It Do you think to find the really strong young man outside the ranks of the followers of Jesus Christ Let us se- eTHE man of fine physique rejoices In strength and during the vigorof IIfeknows notwhat weakness means but when the chilling hand of death is laid upon his powerful frame what has he to depend upon If he is a follower of Christ he may shout with Paul Death Is swallowed up in victory But if ho has refused to receive Gods message to his soul of what avail Is his physical strength in thb face of the eternal sum moralist delights In his strength of will which enables him to live a clean upright life and he moves smoothly and proudly through the world until at last the grave opens and his career is ended His moral strength has enabled him to leave with men a stainless record but how is it when his soul gets into the presence of God There moral worth loses Its potency There only the blood of Jesus Christ has the power to overcome the judgment of death standing against the human race and is able to admit to Heaven He has put his trust in his moral worth and he hears God say to his soul All have sinned and come short of the glory of God There Is none that doeth good no not one your moral worth is of no avail this side of the grave depart from Me for you have rejected My Son who went to earth to save you The man of Intellectual strength may encompass the learning of the world and sit upon the pinnacle of tho mountain of the worlds wisdom What towering strength holds him in his position of at tainment He excels all his fellows in learning But the brain which has mani fested such strength and capacity Is soon palsied by death and the soul with all of its learning is ushered Into the prcs ence of Him in Whom center all knowledge and wisdom Dare the poor soul longer trust in the strength of its own wisdom as It hears the words The wisdom of this world is foolishness with God because the foolishness of God Is wiser than men and the weakness of God Is stronger than men For the Lord taketh the wise in their own craftiness and He knowelh the thoughts of the wise that they are vain And the simplicity and faith ot a little child is exalted above all his learning for Jesus says Except ye become as little children ye shall not enter into the Kingdom of Heaven- VVEALTHwIe1d5 a mighty power The W man with the golden key can un lock the treasure house or this worlds possessions anU gratify almost any de sire of which flesh Is capable Money will buy any of the coccl which are on the worlds counters n v i a manslonjn He1ejlJ vullt one anywhere pianist on the i ue ui pnssa1ittes of the Celestial city Money is able to buy up legislative bodies and nations and fill tho offices of city county state and nation but all the gold mined and minted and all the gold yet resting in the bosom of Mother Earth is not sufficient to buy up God and alter His judgments The Ulan with his millions is a mighty factor in the affairs of men but like the rich man of Jesus parable who was planning the building of larger barns that he might store his increasing treasures when the summons comes to meet his God ho has to leave all his treasures behind In naked poverty he was ushered before the judgment bar and then whatdid it profit him that he was one of the richest men in all the world For all that he could take with him into the next worldhis soulwas lost former Who would say that the wealthy young man was the strong young man So much for such strength as the word In various direc tions is able to produce The superior type of young man Is not found in any of them Under the final testing at tho hands of God the vital qualification Is iound to be lacking The counterfeit coin may pass current side by side with the genuine It may look to be genuine it may have the true rung but subject It to the final test of the acid and its in feriority is at once apparent The supe nor type ot young manhood Is not dis covercdby the worlds testing but by the searching testing of God The strong young man is the superior young man THE young man who Is strong physic must have life and health and muscles and these three conditions are requisite to the superiortype of young manhood These thrce quallficatlons are possessed by the young men to whom our text ts addressed and mark their vllai points of difference from the other types of young men Let us see if this Is net true The nonChristian young mag whatever else he may have has not soul life has not soul tenth has not soul vigor He may not be alive to his lack He may be indifferent to his need He may doubt the reality of his souls need but our final refuge must be In Gods t word to prove man3 condition as well as his need even as our final testing must be at Gods hand It is harder to make young men realize the deadness ot the natural soul because they are so full of physical life Death seems a vague and promIlasting life The unsaved soul Is dead in trespasses and sins The physical life may be perfect the natural qualifica tions and attainments may be of the highest and best but if the soul has not been quickened into life by the touch of the crucified Lord the physical body with its intellectual and moral attainments is but the sepulcher of a dead soul AGAIN the superior young man is Christian whoso soul is healthy One of the saddest of sights Is the weak vacillating halfheartea Christian The soul has been quickened Into life by belief in Jesus Christ as Saviour and hCo it hs turc d tt the weak and beggarly cl aiients ot the world to feed upon Did you ever see 1ic fJj =f j All iJor7 0 I 4c I a healthy body which was deprived 01 Its proper food Can you expect the soul to remain in health that la not fed upon its proper food How carefully the babe is nourished How important it is that the babes in Christ should feed on the sincere milk of Gods Word and that the fullgrown Christians should be fed on the meat of the deeper fuller truths of Gods Word No wonder such reproach is cast upon Christian manhood when there are so many unhealthy Chris tians to whom the world can point the finger of scorn Such were not the young men to whom John was writing He was writing to strong young men young men who belonged to Christ and who by the strength of their Christly virtues stood out as the superior type of young manhood Life which has its source in Christ health which comes from Uio nourishing of the soul on God and Ills Word strength which comes from exercise unto godliness for bodily exercise profiteth little but godliness Is profit able unto all things having promise of the life that now is and of that which is to conic- YOUNG men who are strong Young who have overcome It takes the strong young man to win the vie tory over sin It is tho strong young man who is the successful foe of the wicked one The superior type ol young man must of necessity be the young man who wins victories Why boast of strength if victories are not to be an outgrowth of that strength This arm of mine may rejoice in Its strength but if there Is no weight to be lifted no burden to be carried no task to be wrought out the arm soon shows the weakening effects of mac tion and so Is no longer the strongarm but the weak powerless member which Is unable to serve me with em ciency and honor It is a constant warfare for the strong young man If he would keep in fighting trim The devil is aggressive and active The soul cannot sleep at its post It can not be indifferent to the advance of the foe David hasted and ran when the giant Goliath advanced upon him for ho knew that to hesitate or delay was to lose his supreme opportunity of sending the stone crashing into the forehead of tho giant Soon he would have the visor of his helmet lowered as he joined battle and the only vul nerable point which David could reach with his missile would be cut off that the indwelling Word is NOTE link which joins the strong young man to the victory I have written unto you young men because ye are strong and the Word of God abideth in you and ye have overcome the wicked one The indwelling Word Is the secret of strength The Psalmist asks Wherewithal shall a young man cleanse his way And quickly answers his own question by tk laring Hy taking heed thereto according to Thy Word The Word of God Is quick and powerful and sharper than any twoedged sword piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit and of the joints and marrow and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart The young man of the unclean heart is In a condition of weakness The ex pulsive power of Gods Word Is needed to cleanse the heart while that same Word girds with strength and equip for tho battle Jesus put Satan to rout by Ills thricerepeated It Is written The devil can stand un flinching and unscathed before the fire of the guns of human word and human effort but let the thunderbolts of Gods Word be turned upon him and he makes hasty and ignominious flight And Satan must admit defeat before the strong young man In whom is thtItorlous yea he Is more thn vo tJiroiMl lII W fl jiui ve iiu T ir vn d you not jtii tiio tauks ol the superior type of young manhood DO IT NOW Onlr Time AVe Can Itenlly Call Our Own Is the lre eut UIil But Important Truth A downtown business man In New York ascribes much of his success in business matters to his observation of Ute suggestion contained in the words Do It now They are placed prom inently over his desk and greet him every time he sits down to attend to his daily business tasks Much valuable time is lost in putting off till a more convenient 1 season the do- Ing of work that has to be done or that one expects to do sooner or later Many a business opportunity has been lost because the man to whom It was presented failed to meet It In the present tense A good many of us appear to forget that tim present tense is the only tense tnat belongs to us while the future may dance tantalizingly be tore our eyes but only to delude us Success in life says Henry Force In New Tfork Observer is largely de pendent upon promptness the prompt ness witn which a letter la written and dispatched an Interview Is held a journey is started of even some seem- Ingly trifling matter is taken up and attendedThese socalled trifling matters are often links in a long chain Delays are dangerous an old motto reads It might well be said Delays are fa tal That procrastination is the thief of time who can dispute Surely procrastination gathers the bulk of its booty by stealing minutes and momentsIn life the suggestion to do It now is of large value while In spirit ual life It assumes greater significance With every prompting to seek forgive ness for sin against God to render jut ting service to the Most High to for give an enemy to resist some evil temptation to seek strength and hefii at the throne of grace to render aid to the needy to speak loving words of counsel ot consolation of reproof it may be to seek to win to Christ a soul that we may hope to Influence with every one of these prompting there cornea the exhortation to do it njiw Alas that with so many of UB every tick of lfca watch ticks off an unused opportunity a moment lost Fortunate Is it for us if the ticks of the faithful monitors we carry around with us say with plain and unmis faable meaning Now Now Let it not for a moment be said that now Is an uninipqrlant word because it is so small It is in one sense only a small word It Is a momentous and destiny deciding word It has in it the seed of eternity It takes on the highest importance and echoes and reechoes with sublime and sonor ous reyerberatlons as tod says Behold now Is the accepted time behold now Is the day of salvation With manya soul it Is now or never Life anti tcltltnICI Life belongs to the llirtn = nd 54 who lives must be prepared for vicit tudes Goetho j ii o II LORD SALISBURY DEAD The English Statesman Suc cumbed to Internal Paralysis In His Death Passes the Creates Eng lishman of the DayKing Edward Pays a Tribute to the Dead Diplomat Salisburylastgeneration is dead under the burden of his advanced age Lord Salisbury had been ill since early last winter but his condition was not regarded as serious until in the beginning of the present month According to the medical journals ho suffered from internal paralysis which developed from the illness following the death of his wife In 1899 Not withstanding his Illness he had per sisted in working until he was forced to take to his bed In the death of Lord Salisbury passea the greatest Englishman of tho day Ten years ago half tho nation only would have asserted so much today all Britain recognizes him as suchThe newspapers Monday morning tome of which appear with black borders devote tho bulk of their space to the last hours and career of the mar quis of Salisbury In their editorials they pay warm tributes and express deep admiration for the dead man recognizing that with him there LORD BALISDUnV passes away the last of the great Eng lish statesman of the Victrola era as well as the last of the brilliant group of European diplomats King Edwards tribute to the de ceased marquis of Salisbury was given in the Court Circular Sunday night dated Maricnbad Sunday It runs as followsTho king has received with pro found regret the news of the death of the marquis of Salisbury and his maj esty deeply deplores the loss of so great R statesman whose Invaluable services to Queen Victoria to the king and his country In the highest offices of state which he held for so many years will ever dwell In the memory of his fellow countrymen Messages of condolence are pour ing in at Hatficld house The send ers include King Edward and Queer Alexandra the queen of Portugal and President Loubet Touching refer ences Were made to the dead states man In the pulpits of almost all tho churches in the United Kingdom There were many visitors to the vII lage of Hatfield Sunday The parish church was crowded Sun day morning the worshipers includ ing Premier Balfour the carl and countess of Selborne the marquis sons and the members of his family and household Lord William Cecil the rector of the church officiated buUbeyoml choice music and appropriate hymns the service was of the usual aU L r Tii 3 senlfr turatJL mOn Ljt ii f V d peayelU ape u ii ua ills private virtues sni his devotion to the church In the conclusion of the discourse the whole congregation roe and remain ed standing while the organist flayed the Dead March In Saul The funeral has been provisionally fixed for the end of this week to enable Lord Ed ward Cecil who 1Son his way homo from Egypt to assist CHICAGO RESTAURANTS All Their Employes to Go Out on Strike Monday Morning Chicago Aug 24ln pursuance of the declaration made Saturday that a strike would be called In all the restaurants ccontrollcd by the Chicago Restaurant Keepers association and a number of others the strike commit tee of tho Walters union will at day light Monday morning begin to call out the thousands of restaurant em ployes upon whom the throngs of business men In Chicago depend for sustenance At least 150 restaurants In the downtown and outlying dis tricts will be visited by the labor committees and the leaders declare that before night 9000 persons will be idle The officials of the Restaurant Keepers association say that the Impend ing strike Is a direct violation ot agreements that have been signed by the association and the unions and that if the strike is called the rcstau rants will be kept open for business with nonunion help Cruiser Pennsylvania Launched Philadelphia Aug 24The giant armored cruiser Pennsylvania was launched at the yards of the William Cramp Ship and Engine Building Co Saturday Miss Coral Quay daughter of Senator Quay was the ships spon sor Gen Chaffee in Portland Me Portland Me Aug 24Maj Gen Chaffee who is to be the commander for the army In the war maneuvers at this port this week arrived here Sun day With him were Gen Barry Capt Harper and Capt Hamilton Big Steamer Launched Chicago Aug 24The R L Ireland the largest boat launched on Lake Michigan this year took the wa tel at tho plant of the Chicago Ship building Co The Ireland is 436 feet long and 50 feet Of beam Its homo port will be Falrport O Count Van Ocr Valde Dead San Francisco Aug 24Count Van Der Valde said to be a member of an aristocratic family of Holland was found dead on the ocean boulevard Sunday afternoon and it is presumed that he died of heart disease Schafer Used a Razor Washington Aug 24Augustus Schafer an employe of the government printing office killed his di cltItlngbad tried to induce Mrs Schafer to return to him Firemen Injurer Ina Collision St Paul Minn Aug 24Whlle a hook and larjder truck was going to fire a work car on the city railway collded wfth It Injuring Patrick Flem iingJoe Costello and Lleut Henry tvD Flembg may dieII IJj ri j 4 1 rb 7 t r r VILLAGES BURNED More Fighting at Adrlanople Resulted Favorably to the Rebels Sofia Aug 24From Eastern Adrl anople comes reports of more fighting which so far appears to be resulting chiefly in favor of the revolutionists Many villages have been burned and their inhabitants have taken refuge across the Bulgarian frontier After a long fight at Stoloro tho Insurgents defeated a detachment of Turkish troops which lost 20 killed and woundedAt near Surovicovo insurgents are reported to have anal hilated an entire Turkish regiment At Bulankzezra near Ornovoro 75 revolutionists arc credited with de eating a Turkish battalion The vII lages of Andermls antI Enrika near Vaslllko have been burned to ashes The Turks have bombarded and de stroyed the monastery of Constantine near Ixjsengrnd where 00 insurgents had fortified themselves The villages of Bakdgik Konakara Evren Dlngls co anti Brusheva have all been burned and their inhabitants have fled The large village of Drumbegle near Los engrad has been burned by Bashl Ba zouks The villages ot Buch with 300 houses and Rakoro 200 houses situated in the vilayet of Monnstlr have also been burned by Turkish troops Two hundred women and children from these villages arc now begging In the streets of Monastlr The Turkish government has organ- Ized a special court at Monastic to try the captured Insurgents The tribunal is composed of a Turkish president three other Turks two Greeks and one Albanian It will partake of the char acter of a criminal court and not of a courtmartial A FIGHT TO BE WAGED Proposed Increased Assessments on Older Members A O U W Buffalo N Y Aug 24A vigorous fight will be waged against the pro posed increased assessments upon the ciders members of the Ancient Order of United Workmen A committee rep resenting the protesting members will report ata mass meeting to be held here on September The committee has also addressed a communication to the National Fraternal Congress which meets in annual session in Milwaukee on Augnst 25 urging that body to use its Influence with the su promo officers of the workmen to have the recent enactment rescinded THE BLACK SEA SQUADRON It Has Been Recalled to Sebastopol By the Russian Government St Petersburg Aug 24The Rus sian Black Sea squadron which was ordered to Turkish waters and which arrived at Iriada Eastern European Turkey August 19 to support Russias demands on the sultan growing out of the assassination of M Rostkowskl Russian consul at Monastir has been recalled to Sebastopol the squadrons point ot departure The recall fol lowed a notification from the porte that the sultan had ordered all the Russian demands to be complied with SPECIAL TRAIN WRECKED Engineer and Fireman Were Killed and Others Injured Little Falls N Y Aug 2iA spe cial train on the New York Central newspapersiWascity Sunday Engineer Robert Lilly snd Fireman Peter Conley both of Al tiy wled and fraployes of- Iitj3unthr nhtrr- c Il American m Journal were severely Injured Couiiuctur Erhard and several other members of the trains crew were slightly injured WRECK OF A CIRCUS TRAIN One Man Scalded to Death and Four Others Severely Burned Brunswick Mo Aug ztOne man was scalded to death four others were severely burned by escaping steam and six trick ponies were killed Sun day in the wreck of a circus train The locomotive and acar contain ing the men and ponies were demol- Ished and the escaping steam scalded five men who were asleep in bunks over the poniesA Strike New York Aug 24At the close of a stormy session of the Central Federal union Sunday It was voted to stand by the Marine Machinists union in the strike for an Increase In wages This was taken to mean that a sympa thetlc strike tying up all the ship yards In New York and vicinity may be ordered this week The Hanna Mine Explosion Rawll s Wyo Aug 4The Union Pacific Co has made a settlement with the estates of 41 miners whd lost their lives in the Hanna mine explo skin of June 30 The sum of 800 wilt be paid to each widow and 50 to each child and Uti for each single man Treasury Balances Washington Aug 24Saturdays statement of the treasury balance in the general fund exclusive of the 150000000 gold reserve In the divis ion of redemption shows Available cash balance 228202903 gold 101 150226 Will Try to Float the Loan Honolulu Aug 24Gov Dole and other territorial officers have decided to try to float the 2000000 loan au thorized by the last legislature It Is thought that the local banks will take the entire issue- Consecrated as Bishop of Cebu Rome Aug 24The consecration of Rev Thomas A Hendrick of Ro chester N Y as bishop of Cebu Phil ippine islands was performed Sunday morning by Cardinal Satolll in the church of the Franciscan missionary nuns Electric Car Held Up Los Angeles Cal Aug 24An elec tric car was held up at the west end of Adams street late Saturday night by two masked highwaymen and the niotorman and conductor were robbed of their watches and 14 Hurricane on the Caymen Islands Kingston Jamaica Aug 24Aschooner which arrived here Sunday morning reports that the Caymen Is lands were devastated by a hurricane on the evening of August 11 Many houses were demolished and crops ruined SuspectHenderson Joe San ders a Negro accused of having at tacked a youngglrl was shot to death by apsseor Itlzens which went to Sanders was standing In ills door QDI hot I v r ti = v 9 ft rJ 1 PLEASURE BOAT SUNK Thirty Persons Were Thrown Into the Water Several Men Became Wild From the Excitement and Made Attempts to Throw Women and Chil dren From the Vessel Indianapolis Ind Aug 24Amld scenes of panic in which terrorstrlck en men lost their heads and sought to throw wonien and children overboard the pleasure steamer Indiana went to the bottom of the Indianapolis Water Cos canal at Falrviow Park Sunday evening at 7 oclock The park pfflclais think nobody was drowned but J N OHphant of Indian apolis and P E Betts of Anderson Ind who were passengers say that they saw a woman and baby sink to the bottom They did not see them wIDe to the surface again and feel tine they were drowned About fifty people were on board when the vessel sank about three quarters of a mile above its starting point in the canal which Is about eight miles long and runs from Indianapolis to Broad Ripple Park The canal is narrow and from ten to fifteen feet deep in the middle It is not yet cer tain what sent the steamer to the bot tomDefective machinery overloading on one side and leaks are blamed by different pcrspns Skiffs on the canal aided in the work of rescue of fainting women and children Mr Bates who says he saw the woman and baby drown saved his wife as she sank the third time She weighs over 200 pounds Thirty people were thrown into the water when the boat sank Several of the male passengers did heroic work In getting them to shore They were aided by the ships crew Much addi tional excitement was caused by soy eral men on the boat who became panicstricken and tried to throw women and children Into the water Search is being made to see if anybodies arc at the bottom of the canal McKeesport Pa Aug 24The An nle Roberts an excursion boat carry ing 1500 passengers sunk at the foot of Market street here Sunday night but no one was drowned The boat had been up the river with the An dent Order of Hibernians No 7 and their guests from PIttsburg on their annual outing ANOTHER ERUPTION Vesuvius Takes on a Fresh Period of Activity Naples Aug 24The prediction of Prof Krull of Munich has been ful filled as Vesuvius Saturday night had a fresh period of activity Frequent explosions were heard and stones were thrown to a height of 600 feet above the crater while at the same time a slight earthquake was felt The stream of lava has again begun flowing in the direction of Pompeii although Its progress is slow The volcanic eruption was dwindling Sun day night ILLEGAL FISHING Canadian Government Determined to Put a Stoy to It Ottawa Ont Aug 24The depart ment ot marine and fisheries Is deter mined to put an end to illegal fishing In the great lakes It Is not the Inten lion of the government however to aforcr the law with sevenpounders i ltaj bien Intimated in some quarters fillr Pitn1Silver Spray in cident occurred U the ppinion In official circles that tue rirv pnl1 can be attained without jacjfi harsh measures which mlghtc d ro international complications CANADIAN EXPEDITION Will Make Observations of Climate Geology and Natural Resources Halifax N S Aug 24To prevent another Alaskan boundary controversy anti to snake observations of the climate geology and natural resources of both land and sea of the northern regions of Canada an expedition sent out by the Dominion government sail ed from Halifax Sunday on the steamer Neptune for Hudson bay The expedition wIll report on the alleged extensive poaching operations carried on in that great sea by the Americans A REMARKABLE CASE Sprouting Peas In a Childs Stomach Causes Its Death Creston la Aug 24 Sprouting peas in the stomach of a 7ycarqld daughter pf John Ponte a railroad conductorSunday caused her death She was taken sick ten days ago and doctors said she was suffering from dysentery An autopsy revealed the fact that the child had swallowed peas whole that they had sprouted and were growing In her stomach Zionists Congress Easel Switzerland Aug 24The sixth Zionist congress opened here Snday under the presidency of Dr Theodore JJersel of Vienna Five hundred delegates frOm all parts ot the world Including the United States and Canada attended Garibaldis Son Is Dead Rome Aug 24 Menottle Garibaldi eldest sort of the Italian patriot Is dodd Hie had been suffering from a liver complaint complicated by dysentery and due to malaria Funeral will occur Tuesday Chas M Schwabs Purchase New York Aug 24Charles M Schwab with C H Matthlesen Is now in control of the Chicago Pneumatic Tool Cotlr Schwab has obtained control 6f the company by the pur chase of the holdings of Max Pam and his frlendsi Col Anthonys Birthday Leavenw rth Kan Aug 24Col- DR Anthony editor and publisher of the Leavenworth Times Saturday celebrated his 79th birthday Col An bony has been engaged in newspaper work for the last half century The Election Annulled Guayaqulj Ecuador Aug 241ho election of Alfredo Baquerfzam Mb reno Ecuadorian minister tothe United States as vice president offreopublic of Ecuador has been t by congress on the ground t inconBtltutjonal fYoung Gormansy Baltimore man Jr spp of the Unj ator gained a Blgr defeated two f j democrats in JtlP I flco cl etsWvv 1r r 4r 9ul lT i S + jfJ ir I t zr r FREE PROOF FORBIDS DQUBT GAMES PA August 19031 rccelT41Rr sample at Dean Kidney Pills and since hare takeo I Jtwo boxes and I can truthfully are ai rood as they are recommended to be When I be ao taking them I could not bend my back enough to pick stick of wood sometimes could not walk or move my feethad two doctors but dId Sot get r nra saw your ad and got a trial box sad han taken two beIde and t am able to do a hard daYs work Deans Kidney Pills are a Godsend dto humanltrIn ELLA A MATTISON Gaines PL Box 186 ofnDoannan lijr the wondrous power of the free trial to demonstrate surprising merit Aching backs are used Hip and loin pains OTercome Swelling of the limbs dropsy lizn and rheumatic rnunl TanUh They correct urine with brick sediment high colored polo in passing dribbling frequency bod wetting Deans Kidney Ellis remove calculi and gravel Believe heart palpitation sleeplessness headacho CCTTOUSncSS ll7llnffiTi Doan tal se cans- avtciia CiarNAME P STATE Tot free trial boa man this coupon to rKUm eo nucalo Y ICato pc Ii tAnJ1c1eDt write oaA itPIrat sUp j1 1 10 I j HER Entirely New to IVIilurr and It Made flee Nervon The nas hot and iullry Every pa in the nailing train wn mopping his brow and wishing that the train would hurry Out of the station eays the Chicago Inter Ocean The oppre sirenti was made doubly pressive by entrance of a woman in deep Id under that hot veil one girt to another All eyes centered on the woman of sorrow The of hr garb made toe train teem almost fpul hral liut the worst was yet to come min who had been noticed u her had stopped at the cooler to get a drink Fkue woman quietly arote stepped into theaile and calledto the dont forget the body Itd be an awful joke if the train got to Calvary and him not aboard in the car Then she turned to a woman sitting behind hir and said Its my husband Its the first time Iever had to do with this kind of a thing and it makes me nervous Empire State Express In FootBall surest train Americas greatest railroad the very best means verslty football team named their best and until it mot Yales 20tli Century Limited play which and sure uthnJ longer endurance and was limited ouly by the size of the field The names of the rival learns very describe the Buffalo while the 20th Century Limited makes the wiles between New York and Chicago la twenty hours every day of the year Great is the New York Central and great tiro tho trains it operates swift safe and reliable From the Brooklyn Standard Eskimo Peary the arctic was talking to a nnajl bunch of newspa per men at not long ago and they were a number of ques ions about life in the extreme latitudes of which he can talk most Some one asked if he fpoke the Eskimo language and he said he did Whats it likei continued the For instance how vrouldan Eskimo say Good He wouldnt say it replied the with a slight smile deed and are the1 co untutored in the amenities of Not at all not at all the explorer You see a country where they have occa aba to use those worus only once a year they dont ber them Detroit Free Picss An HUtorlc Olil Hiillronil The Xashviit I riga iRailway a iia of charge an attractive booklet entitled The Story of the General which contains an ex account of the raid of James and men during the Civil War It is The General has been sent to Chatta nooga Tcnn by the N C L R and is there to remain It can Write to W L G P A N C Before SInrconl An arid an A were about the relative of the two ancient peoples whom they were studying elI sir said ithe we ind remains of ties in Egypt Which prove they that chews they knew wirclcis Youths Three solid through trains Chicago to California Chicago Union Pacific Line No pleasure is to the upon tie of truth Bacon Aug 23 3 75 4 50 Heavy steers 4 75 5 00 Extra 6 75 HOGS Ch packers 5 90 5 95 Mixed packers 5 80 5 90 SHEEP Extra a 3 25 3 35 LAMBS Extra 6 85 6 00 FLOUR Spring pat 4 60 5 00 No 2 red 82 83 No 3 winter 81 CORN No 2 mixed 52 OATS No 2 mixed 34 RYE No 2 58 69 HAY New 12 25 PORK Clear family 15 10 LARD Steam 725 Ch dairy 12 Choice 21 Fancy 1 50 2 00 Per bbl 1 85 2 00 New 3 60 th 9 00 Old 550 13 00 j FLOUR Winter pat 3 75 3 90 CORN No 2 mixed 51 OATS No 2 mixed 35 A RYE No 2 51 62 PORK Mess 12 85 1287 LARD Steam 8 10 8Al2 New York FLOUR Win atrta 3 65 3 90 No 2 red 85 CORN No 2 mixed 68 OATS No 3 mixed 0 39 RYE I BO 63 PORK Family 17 60 1775 LARD Steam 7 85 790 No 2 red 81 81 CORN No 2 mixed 67 57 OATS No 2 mixed 41 CATTLE steers 4 90 5 15 HOGS 6 80 6 95 s TEAT No 2 red 81 81 NNo 2 mixed 67 fTSNo 2 mixed 35 914 60 ARD Steam 9 7 75 SO 2 mixed W 51 3 33 In March SI The sample of Deans Kidney Fills came to hand I Also sot one BOcent tox from our druggist audI am thankful to say the tain across the small of my rack dtsapresrehIiaeasnowbank In sun Doans reach the spot ELxm Wuur CssauWvoPrevie to taking the sample ef Doans Kidney Pills I 11111Irarely hare to get up that aching across my rabove oy IiC1mbda4 WITH NERVES UNSTRUNG AND HEADS THAT ACHEcWISE WOMEN B V BROMO SELTZER TAKETRIAL BOTTLE CENTS FIRST FAMILY FUNERAL Something theI afternoon thinkahectmelt irhfcptred jombetnwi companion manFelix Everybody shuddered anything StateExpressandcoiishlered ItisEmpireStateprogrammeItwasjttstas swiftsate correctly Empira3tatc UislonSIangutre Commander explorer Saratoga entertainingly questioner commander In explained In SlflCouis diitributiaj ceedingly interesting JAndrews profusely illustrated St passingthroughDANLEY Mentioningthis Egyptologist yriologist disputing advancement Kgyptologiit undeftood electricity AssyriologistWetelegraphy Companion NorthWestern comparable standing vantageground MARKET REPORT Cincinnati CATTLE Common CALVES WHEAT timothy BUTTER creamery APPLES POTATOES TOBACCO Chicago 80V4No WHEAT Western Baltimore WHEAT Western Louisville RICMess Indianapolis43EAT RNNo JNQ wteUw OilxtocjiS 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Owlngsville Si Icy cbtngoofTAddress when writing Correspondents when out of Rta llonery should mention fact on n jl Separate sUp of paperThTHURSDAY AUG 27 1003 l i1rJ ANNOUNCEMENTpa l For Magistrate 0 We nro authorized to announce brISucceed himself as Magistrate in f t t Xwingsville district No6 subject + r to the action of the Democratic party t For Stata Sonator We are authorized to announce Wm B Whltt of Carter county n undldte Democratic nominee f lor the Senate from this district at tho November election 1903 li- it i TtiRUlovelnnd boom is in hard 4 i 1 tOck Tammany is for Grover f i t t t PANAMA roust continue to depend r I on its hat for fame as tho fprollpectfor n canal across th Isthmus has about played out t BKCKHAM will open the campaign for ibo Democrats at Winchester t Saturday Sept 5th Enthusiasm on n either side is likely to be somewhat i restrained this year STATE SENATOR Wu P SULLIVAN of Mispouri was found guilty of4 1 IT oliciting a bribe and lined 100 i tba maximum penalty He deserved 4 i m penitentiary Bentenco f i y t 5T t TaE Turka and the Macedonians i 71uefurnishing vast doal of news i r atrocitea of war If they i ould Just clean each other up the MsA UKKTIHO baa been called for i Sept 8 at Chicago to form a farm I4lra trust to control tho price of farm 1 i products It Bounds very well the pI4 oesa practically la not alluring Lou DILLON trotted a mile in two minutes exactly at Roadvillo Mass 1 tMonday breaking The record the Li faatiat previous mile1 being by t VCreaceua in 5 02J last year atCol umbua O Dillons tire by quar Lore was 301 30130129 7 aor aragiizlnofaaae daily New York News A atofek holder alleges that thb newspaper was Baking a handsome profit yearly when Munaey took control t r iaiaee which time it haa spent its jf 0000 surplus and run into debt kt 5OOORq MOKOAKS Men at their Parks Hiir reunion effected a permanent i organization with Gsa Basil Duko as the chief Thoy will hold alil fttual reunions All who vir vtrr L 4r MogIiiomnaands1 i Die toTfferaiwrship The soldiers ot Capt W PT Conners company were at one time with Morgan r 1tr CAST P Honsox wan teato go to Congress from the 6tb Alabama district In order to use4 SNayyby the year of 1910 He faynred the appropriation of one and one half billion dollars for that pur Osepaablehl thirteen years BO much annually as to not he felt 7i LoaD SALISBUBT for several years vthe responsible head of the British government died Saturday Hea came of along line of dUtingulshed beingLorteinlater He was an intense nris beret of eminently respcotablc9 r talent ami pure character but a jBbtt of anachrohism at lost J ROARING BILL SWEEXET ex Deaocrat was nominated for Com aonwealths Attorney by the Re 7 4r I publican convention of theEleventh Judicial district of which MnrIi and Taylor counties are members Sweeney lostJiis Democracy in U iOoebelBrownTaylor cam pill g 1 Ha ia the present Commonwealth Attorney being elected as a Demo 4k h crat six years sgott TnratracebetweenthoAme e 1t eht Rella1lce and the BrJtlb sr Thursdayfortl1a 4 OwIag to hack of wind but the Re 4 jliaaee waa far in tbo lead when the Prt inti a aabnatrjarfa euro thing of it AHotberraoewistobeaI1edTuec TCKME and Fred Humbert Emile r ad R li Dssunlgua the pris ialtoaWe ce people who wnrkc d t the Bhrew4 t bankers in the world If Sadetlen1oratotal of aillinna 4L were feIlRdJCulhyandeef1tenced to f iioBtnihe Humbert 10JfYD 1 riU Danrignao for threet e and Rqatain Daurignac for twoI year helr18the most remark abe of swindling on recons i I iTriMUlHort is the genius who il tte trick pretending that she lIj thpieesorofiny illiooa uikiob alit had 1ri a stile but wna r aol t8toikIUltllucartaIBUmo Xna this erpeop e secured c laillioBa ad lived like princes for ftIy1eari Sheput on a twenty V V 1fta orf front te the last at thoa O r triitl an4 jifrpiayeil skill that was c JilA admirationot all 4 1 y e r ii 1a rd J 2 S rs 4 ti 1 CORRESPONDENCE Forge Hill It is still hot and dry in this ghi ho rhood Ed Balky wont to Cincinnati last week to lay in his full stock of ods Aunt Rebecca Craig nn aged lady of Craige was burled at Old Virginia Sunday morning Isanc Vice has ben very III tire past week with typhoid fever but Is thought to be u little better Ada WLftiams will leave ursday of thI4Jeek to enter the Feinalo Orphan cool at Midway Many from hnro attended the reI1on nt Suit Lick Friday and rc rt a nico time Speaking anti everything to entertain tho people Miss Nina and Bertha Myers nnd other Leo ppenl tiSaturdayMr and Mrs Pete Hart at Pros ton Mr and Mrs Walker Horsomnn Mr and Mrs Philip WIlIarns nn j son Raymond of Pnicli Ash and Misees Eva and Lute nson ol Sharpsbtirg noigliborhoo spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W W Williams O1mplaisMrs Kato was in ingsville Wednesday shopping wellIsays no more bull- Miss Lumy Perry has returned home after several weeks stay nt Louisa John Hunter has returned home from Illinois where he has been working John Penix returned from Straight Creek Wednesday to visit his parents Mrs Clay Shultz and Miss ELY a Swarta were in Onringsville Thurs day on business IMrs J K Jackson went Satur dny to Louisa to vlsitber rather Mrs Melissa GaultcMr and Mrs D R and iss Bessie Neper attended church at Mt Sterling Sunday Bother Uncle Bert Robertson is quite oorly again Miss Bessie Baker has been fined to her bed for several curB A E Trumbo wife and son tanloyipent Friday in Bethel with relatives Charles Cannon and wife of Flat Creek lett Friday for Salt Lick t- ittendlhe i a reunion and vjeit friends Several of our citizens attended tbe reunion of Confederate soldiers at Parks Hill last week Arthur McAUster and wife qf Kansas City are pleasant guests of Lee Vanarsdale and family this week Robert Whaley left Friday for alt Lick to visit his sister Mrs atlIfT1 and Madam Rumor says towed bis best girl there Tilman Kerns sold his farm of 123 acres to T S Robertson for bfiItQoiainicrop for fourteen hun J red dollars IBarriet D Hawkins of Flem tngsburgundAIIII Mary Ann Gut rlgbiof Grange City are visiting- theirrelative8 Cyrus Arrasmitb nd John Hawkins L M Gossett Willie Irvine his s onInlaw5 and Lum Irvine left Aug 13th for Oklahoma and In ian Territory i also several other from Nicholas county v Grange City verymuchimproved Flemingsburg Several from hero attended the reunion at Salt Lick Aunt June Eden visited relatives at Wyoming Jast week J M Newman and Everett Gar diner are in the city this week The protracted meeting wilt bo gin bore Thursday qlght of this week IL WRloe of Pecks Ridge vis lastHiw Mifis Kate Gray is attending the Institute at Flemingaburg this w eakmPrpf Ryan and wife arE attend t ghisMrs Robert Cord of Covington visited her cousin Mrs T R Mitllift list week Miss Sallie Estill la visiting her sister Mrs James Walton near opbr Plains Fant Johnson and FprostWilleroy attended the Ill aysviUe Fair Friday and Saturday Mrs Walter Gray attended the bedside of her aunt Mrs Kate Er ana atjPtu4uer- e14IaCutrigbt and sister Mies relatives Bethel aromAD Railings returned home Saturday after a visit to his daugh MIa James Costigan at Frank flM Mra SaJUo Ragnn and little dRugbtur Mildred of shoville N JayslastSnodegarndvBrU 56 pmlng attended tlipxhMt 1leyf i Miss GertrudO J home to M lIr burg J weeks visit to her grit f 4 iVf PheJpa and Jacnily Fi J i r 1JJ lu i1 H f c ffJJfJ rt Ctf tI a r i f4 i I Illsboro Sam Gnrner nnd wife went to Mo3Bvillo Friday Tom Grimsley came up from Cincinnati Saturday Mrs Annio Cord of Cincinnati vipited at O B Demons tact week MnyslIkEwing are visiting relatives Miss Stella Brown of Ijovelnnil Ohio returned home after a visit O B Denton Judge J II Shop herd nnd Jno Call niMrsof North Carolina and Mrs Frank Ilawcs and children of Augusta ar Cioton Elders Homer nUll Vern Carpenter closed n very successful meeting at the Christian Church Sun day night some fortyodd nrtdi onc Miss Hattie Bradley left Thurs date y for her homo at Maysville nf a pleasant visit to her Bunt Mrs W S Moody and family Miss Mary Cook accompanied her home Crooks Wo aro needing rain badly in this neighborhood Mrs June Jackson of Roes Run visiting relatives here A Q Thomas and wife of Mont omery Co visited relatives here Friday Hendrix it Co shipped n ear loud of sheep and hogs to Cincin nati SaturdayvDr Wells house burned Friday and everything in it the family being away nt the timo Mrs J T Hovormale nnd son visited relatives in Menifco county Saturday and Sunday Miss Lillio Johnson visited her sister Mrs Will Nixon at Salt Liok from Thursday until Saturday Several from hero attended the reunion at Salt Lick last week nnd a nice time andIt Jur SrowdMrs Perry Peterson and two children of Bourbon Co are visiting her parents Walker Cassity and wife G R Armstrong wife nnd little daughter Aliio Woodson left last week for a several weeks visit to Baltimore New York and other points Okla The dry weather continues Allen Campbell and wife attend ed the meeting here Thomas Estill was the guest of his uncle James Denton and family Sunday night- MisseaCarnie and May Vice at tended the basket meeting at Whitt Oak Saturday Mrs Georgo Bradly of Sher burne visited Mrs Lizzie Liker and family one day last weok Nsce Vice and wife went Sundai todeit the formers brothenJosepr Vice and family rburg M4ss Euoy Vnnlandingham of Odessa returned homo Sunday a tor several days visit with hi brother I wish to correct the mistake of last week instead of 55 hwusixtyfive dollars that Julia Diiugh erty sold his calves for Mrs Z 1 Crain and spa Ray mbnd visited Mason Gwner unc Camilyof Odessa Satursiy and Sunday and attended the meeting zt t Whito Oak YM McClain and wife o Crawfordsville Indcamo lust week to visit the formers parents A McClain and wife and other relatives and friends ItMrsdaughter Mamie left Monday for Tippecanoe Ohio to make thuther LJherCralffs Hoyt Warren has a very sick child toGeorgtBunt Robert Warren has a bad hand caused by getting it cut on wire Smith Thompson sold to Ed Bailey two yearling heifers for 2310 Several from this place attends he reunion ht Salt Lick Friday and all had a good time Bro Rot Alf rey preached her nightBrot Mrs Pad Collins Sunday even ug at three oclock At two oclock Saturday morn ing when everything was still thn guardian angel stolo into this toss JewllMwidow of Joshua CrlJlg and was tiUI mother of twelvqchlldreu A mini her of grandchildren and greuii grandchildren iurvivi She wht aged 82 years 2 months and 4 days She joined the Chrisfjah church whensho VlsayouDg glrfand lived nd died in the triumph of ti hristian faith Funeral service were held at 10 oclock Sunday af ter which the remaIns wore laid to rest in the old Virginia burying ground She was a good woman ar d will be miasod by friends nf well as by children for every one who know her loved her We ex tend our heartfelt sympathy to thlC ereaved children while their loai gainVjVoep gone before iWiI1 be but a short time until will meet to part no more tile of her aa she is and say not dead but justnwuy nJO1 Samples4 15- v I a4J TiIifiiI r Falrvlcw No rain vet tho grass is just burning up Some low from this community weraat Maysville last week Gilson Perkins Is very low not expected to live Little Pearl Maddox has typhoid fever Well Uncle Pet was over last week He hasnt married yet but we dont know how noon ho wiiLa Mrs Robert Madelox of near Flomingsburg was tho guest of C W Maddox and family Thursday ghtCors parents Mr timid Mrs Andrew Mc nin at Oklu Saturday night and S veundayJ A Powell of near Flemings burg was the guest of his father I N Powell Saturday night and SundRY I scJessedaughters Lizzie and Sadio visited at Alfred Edens from Wednesday till and attended tho M riaysville elMyMrs Torn Young is dangerously ill The reunion passed off very quietly Mrs Stephen Warner is gradually sinking Quite a number of guests nt White Sulphur at present Miss Sallio Pugh of Reynolds ille is visiting friends hero A few more days will do the chestnut crop up if it doesnt rain Pressly Kendall of Nicholas county ivns the guost ol Travis Warner lust week Win Downs Uncle Bud of n igearfriends and relatives here Espy Jackson little grandson of Henry Wills had his arm broken Saturday by a full from a horse Ed Cartmill nnd wife John tone and his mother were guests of B F Piorsall and wife Saturday it ndSunrlcyLicklngUnlon Bro H J Ramey filled his ap pointment hue last SundaytJoe Jones went to Suit Lick last Saturday on special husinOssp j fiiineyWednesday on business i The series of meetings continue this week under the preaching it Mrs Anna Hnrrod largo attend anco people from every caption of tho country come to the services several conversions Urn W H Children of Pinevill preached an excellent sermon tho M E Church last Sunday even ing Ho hiss been visiting his Jaughter ut Yale the past week he hasbeon poorly with fiver Bro Cbildrea will preach M re Drf fluMcKinnoysulay in September Dr Martin of Cc 1 tPieiIiand tSatitrduy lotsk tI after his leases on E W M Kinx neya tract arid tho Licking Union ohtirch grnutd Dr Martin is ag o to move his plant from Licking Jnjon church property to Ber McKinneys twelveacres Ho hnf t alcKinnoys S Slate Valley f Miss Jennie Stone is on the sick ist IrorgeHillA large crowd attended the fun eral of Aunt Rebecca Craig Sun Jay George Toy of Flnt eekwas the guest of the furniiyVot Saui Shultz SUnday It Elder Joucs of White Oak will preach here on the fifth Sunday at three oclock in the evening We had a goosE rain here on Augustjust o hoursaMrs Elizabeth Wells and son Bigo returned last week from an mended visjt with relatives near Ladonn Missouri and report all veil and doing well times dull no stock of any kind selling geroyon Friday and report the largest crowd they over saw there and among the crowd Sam says be met Thoyhadtime SS Died at her hosoa near Craig p on Saturday August 2d 1903 at the age of 84 years Mb Rebecca Craig wife of Joshua JJr ig7 de ooosed he having died a o twelve years ago They reared aS largi family of children of which ton survive to mourn the loss of akinc mother She had nil tho care tba r loving luanda could give and ever wish supplied She lived to a rip rId age and why grieve for her She had been a member of theI ChriatiiH Church for at least three core years and was always read to work for the cause of the Master and has gone to her reward I woulJ say to the bereaved children momoC departedAnohrh nro- oer herSoonorehantesVaIn our FHhfcrs mansions t faIriA oSeeour prices and we vi I- Iw0rkdp our job r S j f Mud Lick Mrs Taylor Downs has malarial fever Mr Harris is very low not ex ecled to livo giiItins atultgooclhereThe Sin has many tools but a Ho is handle that fits them all The weather is dry nnd liotHnin is needed badly in this vicinity SpringOoldtended the reunion Saturday Elder Adams a anryzed audience at Upper Salt Lie S undaymWill Mooro and Mrs Eliznbetl Blcvins were married at Pine Grays- hioolliougo 20th soeWhy is it that some people will get ono thing on credit and turn ght round and get another be re they pay for tho first They want to make a show at somebody sea expense Knob Lick Still warm and dry Irene with cool nightsLYarbroughs little boy has whoopingcough JtfTUighleySundilY i There have been some good rains in close proximity to this section John Yarbrough is going to take his teams down to near Sharpsburg to clean out pondsvOur school has closed until after the Institute on account of Mr Razor not being wellvBoone Razor came very near los- Ing bis house by firs Friday eaug ht from stove damage was slight Stock water is getting scarce in some of the ponds the fidh an having a hard time in some of them A little child of GeoWitherpws who IS at Den Wells it was care hud or was taking smallpox The pneumoniaPush With row intends to bring uit against the cjyof Hunting on W Va for confining his son in a private house with a smallpox atientbIt is givers out that W J Fel not rebuild his stave plant u V Sujt Lick4s n matter of course he will not if the business does mutpay Manufacturers lire not runi ning plants for their health nor to fheytwantlhestatistics tthow out ItofhIget S10 cents and if he joins a union fo protection ho ia nn oitcafii xlioiild bo mqde to go way MI down InI Sops one s c HItISlim rUn last Wcdnes jv X it noed it again i stj JJyrtvn oCvLo51n g ton iirnvcd Monday to viitbchildren and tier old howe Burl Raywho JR working with II T Wilsons cur pouter force on the Lexington division is home for few clays Our band buys ant homo Sturdy night from the Sult Lick reun j clunplenty of fun Mrs Sallio Hall of Mt Sterling and Mrs Albert Anderson and chil dren of near Mt Sterling spa i from Saturday till Monday witli Rev J B Greenwado and family Thos Copher one of the miis force hero got his right hind badly mashed while breaking rock on the car here in order to get them ready for unloading He is from Olym pie Miss Emma and Josephine Leviid of near Mt Sterling Leslie McCormick of Mt Sterling and Rev Carpenter of Flemings burgspent Sunday with ft H Lano nd family George Perkins and wife and Mrs Shelton Thompson anti baby left Friday to spend some time in Columbus 0 as guests of Mrs Thompsons slater Mrs Earl Edwards and other relatives V H Montjoy andReubenBarnea both just getting back from Drexel Mo spent Friday and Saturday with B F Myers Jr and wife and C B Reid end wife They say there is no place like OldKontuoky Mrs Dr F M Evans and children of Farmers who wore bore visiting relatives were culled home Thursday by wire on account of the death of her motherinlaw Mrs Itp Evans who died that oiornlng of consumption The bereaved family have our sympathy Salt Lick Chris Clayton was in Mt Ster ling shopping Friday J Mrs Lizzie Kerns of Bethel is guest of friends here Misses Pearl Will anti Maud Otis visited in Ait Sterling last Monday Mies Irene Jones accompanied by little Mica Lena Maze spent Monday in Lexington Mrs Lide Glover of near StopI stone visited her parents Alex Flood and wife for several days Miss Maggie Metcalf who beenisiting Mrs Tom Dickorsnn u returned to her homo in Cov ngtonbAl RawlingB wile and son dims i f Grange City visited Press Jack on and family and attended the reunion Bro Dvawson conJWqnwd a pro j V t S F d i 1aYr r tracted meeting Sunday Ho will be assisted by Bro rinsleyof Louisville uieMrsMr tensectsnf their aunt Miss SisBiirncs Polksville Little Miss Gertrude Inglcp of M was the of her a au stentan ottdThe ball game between Salt Lick an aJ de thefeatstood 11 to 3 in favor of tho latter Welt the reunion has como and gone and everybody had a good time or puemod toifa spite of heat d terrible dust EvorythiDg pass olF quietly miami it was noticed I at there was nn absence of so racketingIas wo Espy tIme littIcoiCLJackCOn deceased arm r Tate eve b beinh thrown from a hosoYAnolhur small bay son of Mr Freud of Flcraingsburg c gruthurt This is the fourth time tim Espy Jackson line lied his arm bro k 35enUpper Prickly Ash Miss Sallio Manley visited rela ives on White Oak the first of last week Almanza Stone and wife Ifforelatives in Fleming county first the week E S Hamilton and wife of Roos Run vifited relatives here one day last week Alfred Manley of Whito Oak i his parents Roe Made 7 and wife last weekti hisitedCoylo lust SaturdaypC B ton were in Fleming county airbus iness one day lust week Robert Selby and wife of Irvine Estill Co were guests of Almanza S tone and wife Saturday dv Cisitedweek and took in tho reunion at Salt Lick W W Case and wife visited the latters parent 5 F Harmon and wife near Sunset Fleming Co scv oral days lust wcpjc Mrs Clay Tackett of Millers j hTrackottatives here R U Stone end wife loft Sunday o visit relatives tit Carlisle and Paris Mr Stono returned home Tuesday and lila wife went ta Ber ry Harrison Oil to visit her sister lr sI Ira iilss VsmrmJJrissly XicUl of a tir Mir n iImuits ti vi = tcd liisnicci r l1i1 II A Liter rinsE Mrs K L luH iVkcL tU rnte tl Meiiif c itountyat Salt Lk Ills brother Elder Areas Kondull who hail been viit ing hone for n couple of weeks uu companiod luau bonie stoops E E Weatf Mt Sterling was hero Tuesday vns Gregory sojl u hurseVcu nerltrr 7i A W Byrd iran returned from It trip to Luisvile L E GrIggof Mt Sterling was hero Saturday The little daughter of C S Thomas is quite sick Some of our farmers will begin cutting tobacco this week Mies Mary GtUaspie of Clark Co is visiting relatlvea here W H Bridges is able to be out illnessnpMrsseriously ill last week is some bet tenhW Mj Kissick and family visit ed relatives il Fleming county fast week SrTnmWarnerSalt Lick last week and attended the reunion There are plenty of lazy men in rybutinossThe leaves ore falling from the trees and it has the appearance at late in the fall Geo McCloeky left last week for Huntington W Va to make that place his homeCEaly and Will Robertson attend ed the reunion at Salt Lick FridayI and Saturday Richard Wilson returned to Ash villa Ohio Saturday after a visit I to relatives here Rev R M Gnldwoll of Virginia s will preach at Springfield Sunday morning and nightcThe High Top and Stoops base TopSuturdaD L Goodan and son George OingsvilleSaturday fbustlewas surely left in n bad shape Fay MoCloin and brother of M t t Sterling visited relatives in the Snringfield neighborhood Sunday Mrs Jess Morgan of Bourbon c flountysister Mrs N Byrd Jr lust week aJohnOwingsvillo were tho guests of Al as ThursJ e With two players off on each side the Stoops baseball team da stated the High Top team Saturday by a score of 21 to 14hJ ti03knear losing by death hisfiTie mild m stallion Merrill Dn murk E iLV ilIIaf ol v 4 k TV I2r ITile BnodlecrMie party of Mis BOI putting up stiff fight tlrii cam paigntrying to keep all its uiher tram going to tlis peul tiary tha flitand plefinnedp tinairal the kisses he ought not get with such a light Iliac Last week constituted the third Lan r that we have been sending in Goringfailed a slnglo week to send in oui rthIte in CoTUEweek for over three yearsbe SharpsburgcoC F Browning attended the Maysville fair Wednesday It is still dry bore Tim ruin nieS in sight but no closer IIiss Florence Pock is spending a few weeks nt Olympian Springe The thermometer marked 08 de ees in time shade on Sunday hero rS T Howard is growing a nice crop of beans from seed grown this Cir rbMiss Ucla Howard ofCynthianu is the guest of her undo SIIHoward Tobacco worms are reported sc inarceryearsMiss Henton rind brother Keller of tivos 8nearC M Cram and Rufus Knight were at Salt Lick several daysJust week on business Tho tobacco crop has begun tol CIreere in tho lust week It is reported that there will be- reaching atold Springfield church next Sunday at 11 oclock BliFses Daisy arid Agnes Scott a isreweek the former to attend the In stituto George Schlcgol of Now York ity was here last weak on a visit relatives He is traveling for o N Y paint house Dr F J Cheek of Louisville preltctlldat thePresbytcrianChurch Sunday morning and night HP was formerly pastor here Rev J K Nunnelly of George town came over Thursday to join is wire who has been here several on n visit to relativestThere is an unusual amount of- fo coal being hauled through town for the time of year People a rutsurely anticipating cold winter Ed C MeCue who line been away tarmi s MeCuetj fanijly until Se1 i t whrn lie trill get to Norfolk VII Miss Ollie Triplrtt nad lirutliei JrWi tpf smear Mt Sterling a isti lit Eillii McCliire of Viliuni town nrtgucsts of rt lath ee here Tbero ns n gortil rain Wedncs tiny evening eust of ton l u oiilh on the Muysville pike th ltitt Is from oae to six inches dt I Miss Liz tfTriplitt of Chita- Lvihtin1wr 0 U sillier W II Trip lett wn f other relatives her flrs yisit c throe years She will rc mrrtvhjiut SepilSth 1 J H Barnti Tbos bc silt and John S Girm 1dld reunion of Morgans Men utPurks Jill camp grounds Tuesday bud Wednesday They report b nie tiuu THE ScxMre Al Ratliif ii still poorly W Berry is qu itt 4 sick man yet Harry Ward pratt the little uilopted son of A G Spratt was quite a sick ust 03 l weekis better now Miss Rntlrt Triplett gave a flinch arty Friday night It was Dclc Little Rock Efilo McClure of Wi- llinuistovnNettie IIca too of Judy Lizzie Triplett of Chicago Ollie Triplett of Mt Sterling Howard of CynthSnna i lintV Triplett and Lena Howard Ies9r8 Harvey Rowland Keller bate Dr WB triplett Howard Trip lett and Prof Caleb Utterbock All report1 nice time Savoyards Lotter Louisville PostJ Washington Aug 17 About twentyfive years ago Judge Joseph H Lowis then of Glasgow Ky had occasion to visit the British Isles n a business trip He was gone several mOnths and upon his ro turn I asked lnwhat of his ob h dimtencethe supremacy of the law n our country the intelligent and observant stranger is impressed fitatutedeadly weapons inthilIhave always been nullified with perfect impunity byourUglmI tl i5dniggere Monlofable to the practice of carrying weapons The laws ara noten because public opinion Csa ot demand their enforcement Our- Jpi1gesand Sheriffs und Prsoeu oragreelaetion and they give such administration of the law as meets public approval When the public kes tho demand criminals w illv Rend punished Wo denounce mobs as much luweuntil Judges and SheriiFs and Pros cvgutingcommands them to do I under and that down in myold county Barren county there is more tenceeeVlp that community for more t i forty years The courts find little to set their hands to VoM seeftjJjRrc was q dftuble hong H l J J P d i i 5 5 455S i 4 lllltill the jail yairi at Glafigiij 1 two years gand it did a of good It every county could tuvv had a thing like that ic V would have beers worth a of 0 moruy to the old Commonwealth raw material naMat band and nty of it and it is there to this y It is bad enough to have Judgeft with character too feeble to enforce the law but it is simplya hopelesa d a helpless conditlon when ou Circuit Judges importune weak vemnorz for pardons or men wha haye been hanged rather 0 an imprisoned There ia Judge oper who moires a plea for par n on the ground that the eHiavJcfc longs to the Democratic i ty t i d the Governor gnisn- tmmunity Cvir Q in thp worlll ctiro o along in that sort pf style Doea anybody Ptippose that a Judpei blind enough towrUe 80rt ot I Jthepublican Does anybody believd that a Governor mild enough ta grunt such a request us that tar strong enough to bo Governor ot anything but a faction 3 The 9a4 man waa pardoned not becsjia there was doubt of lie guilt noY r becuuselhia punishment dldnpt titj the ctirao but because lila family voted the Democratic tlcketHadft Republcatwould have got a pardon Joe Raleigh meets a little girl oft tbo bfu way and makes sin ledecent 1 prEp f 1 to her She fled and ha i fbtS3t jier down Was there eve b b 4fiai w uld have boon a mob and Ral fif- eiglT lwould have got the fate bis 3 c 11ourtselves when they did not fetch In a verdict of death The fellow wen to the pcditentiary Job vYoung nUjJfusedWJournalsLegislature were made to lie ansi thus the man the people electei Governor was forced to give his ofi fice to the tunn defeated for it And so government by mendacity Wilt installed rind Judges petition fof tbe pardon of this worse thantour derer The pour girl is dead Mini brr bliiidy grave Nobodjf pleads for her Tie outraged IfcY is nut halt vindicated and ieVe comes that Breath ttcounljCrowd nd the Governor does what h aal old to do The pension is granted and it goes forth that it ia not much ala orime to insult nnd murf r a fourteenyearoldgirl thai v nighwuy in Brfathitt v tthutJudge 0 H Rcrlwine is the chitr i J onscrvnlnr of tho peace of Brenthi l i tt county He is the nasa xtCUIdlhe puliutprnr IIID iii rue Muio IIIIJfentWIUfpf 1S5JO Tinre was souse niiidred coitvla referred to Joniinittio of Crcrlon i9 tad In Q tend fn 3rp 7ifte v7 Tt efCiiH Torn ruili county the vote IIS n thu whole thing rn boc rhu JIIIClaRcdniueiBifl yhut lithe Fifty ignlSi Congress were tlJn u iliii- ki that Uispoc or every contest d scut ttloiie1111 rtue esumt rywotild ittiH nghast Toni icver drtacTed Olwcll a thing vus jhjwjjdsiV highhtinded neell neiUury outrnge ever n this country Judge Rod ihoweil that ho had perfect IIZempt fur rights of men TUO dtdfsot aKr o with him He Is Circuit = Iudgc lie lives io Iireamtbitt coun i4 iy IJreatlnlt county is hell VlJere the monkey is the priest what must time laity be If Redy 4 viriois Circuit Judge and nftr lij J County Judge whirl must Justice of the peace be in that community If Culiulmn in high Sheriff what j 4oust a Constable be If only deserved tho what sort of a criminal is UalelglJdeserves tho halter in Br No wonder Alarcum antj and Cox were murdered blood When justice isoii jonrjney or asleep murder thrrVes a Jgotkittlonot do anything with it this yearj J but a year will como wmt they will dQ something with fitf Whcif reform does come it will como ar running The day will como when public indignation will come iri wrl1th riOllchoke every Circul Judgo in Kentucky off of polit og There was a dnyin KentuekywheIF- a Cirpijit Judge would as soon havd been detected picking a1 pocket as J dabbling in party politics That aywillcnweagainnot thi year html it will come bitany wonder that a Repulilicnn Ja r not a competent juror in at least v one Kentucky court7 When you x nd Judges up to the elbow in poll ics you will Qnd the jury room rooking with politics Whatsoever a man soweth that shall hp aillirt v rep There js nothing truer than fthat I care not iiowhmonest maq i the Judge may be if he gets into fIJc politics politics will turn on him nd get into his court Ho wil not be conscious of it and there is the misery of it but the canker irnd the cancer will be there fIf As Isaid tIle people may notre iSF form things this year but a time will come when theywU go intal the reform business And this iajl an txcellent year for it Every oter ougbt to pass on that Joa aleigh prdon ThereKts not IBS either penitentiary case less de nerving of pardon Heis the vory3 st man Tom Brainbleftor Luke a UIiHkhurn would bay jnirlpned and both would have ewen hira hanged first Every little girl thatjj travels tIme highway is 0 the buiness and bn9 the right o ask the manhood of Ccnttick a rebuke this political pnrdoR No other Governor Kentucky evft had would Lave pardohed JOB Rolcigiv PJLYOTA D fS4 j t a