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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 4 t 4 1 t b t L 0 l i7 fr F c t Jr jH JiC f IV r t I I t tbI ttiintiiLLe U rT O0rr L ts1 i i VOL XXV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAYS SEPTEMBER 3 I 903 NO8 5 When you have a news Item or wish to cominuni cato with THiS OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 5 Buy your fruit from J A Power r 4 t1i4 Ask for Stoveneona Clover Lea r Bread It is the bestez S D Thompson a son Brcad It IB the best Buy your apples pears peaches lomone oranges bananaeeto from J A Power Ask for Stevensons Clover Leaf Bread It is the bestiAsk for Stevensons Clover Leaf Bread It is tho beatti The weather turned cooler Sun day and it has nearly required fire for comfort Jackson Estill and their ten ant Wm Hedrick of Wyoming de livered to J M Richart 11255 Ibs of tobacco nt cle IA heavy sbower fell hero about 3 l f oolockSaturday afternooq It was I all as far as it wentjfrut it ididnt RO far enoughmAsk for Stevensons Clover Leaf 4 Bread It is the best l i Hitchcock Devilcliff of Toney town Maryland were herft Satur yandbought sixteen weanlfng at 27 to 40RRemember Mrs Estill is closing P out her entire stock at cost for+ cash Come in and get bargains J Mao D S ESTILL t Ask for Stevensons Clover Loaf Bread It is tbe host Henry Hopkins bought of Ben s 4F Shrout twelve steer calves at j 1260 per bead They were thc t I choice out of a larger number S 0 Ask for Stevensons Clover Loaf Bread It ia the best g An alrm of lire Thursday after I noon called the people to Aunt I Marl CoInmansbou1he blaze burned a hole in the root before it was extinguishedQAsk for Stevensons Clover Leaf Bread It it the best WASTKU Girl or boy not less than ten years old to go to Ne braska to llvft Ip MRS SARAn ESTILL t Owin fiville Ky 4 i Ask for Sttvenoons Clover Leaf Bread It IB tlI8osti Elder Elbert Dawsona 1tneetinI T it to bo held in Off Hindrixs new 4 barn oh Ist fllrkor litt Creek i f instead of m White pnk nn stated in l twnks Issu 8 1 4 4elrclhtl h tPb tonk thost i Ji t trs duthO Illucss und denth 0- 1f1fCz11r dear husband and father Wm- iiHorsemi n Mas MINNIE HOUSE ry AMD CHILORKK 1iilwFjsKAs succellFofs to Os 4 car Palmer we are prepared to d ii j everything in the line of blacksmith nnd carriage tepair work havin flrvteltM smiths and pantorHc Your patronage Is 4 ESTILL tfe HON 1ER Ask for Stevensons Ctoyer tealI Bread It is the best J r Foa8ALi70aoresland in r1 Ragland oil field good House anq barn good orchard free use ofj gas Wt domestic purposes two l gar wells on rra1 reserve roy alty OB oil and gas wells on farm j BERT MoKiNNEr f GODMTY ELKCTIOK CQItMISIOLt y TBeStftte Board of 4i fciHloners baT appointed Wm Jackson of Wyoming and Wallace R to constitute the Batb 1P4v toityBoard Elootion Commis 4l ioBerfVSheriff Seth Bolts ia aij ex aIIfiOember sy fnAzTs NEW Da s e 4 i has been papered paint cedsad refutblehed up inside gen c rallyy Wallace Barnes and will preseata seat appearance to thol T pupils when assemble next I lloMday to vndergbXthe falLs and I wiBtergriBd Intbolrefforte to get TA eoJI MebelOtion- utt BbosHT FABK JpbaiBon Itff At ehtsea bought of Jackson it Estill I 140 aerM of the Milton P Collins trm p1 Licking river nenr WjEP1 W aere1r 1 tbe t e teiideBee and Jmprovemente Jack eoR k Estill retain 150 acres They c paid 15000 for the 290 acres mak lag their 150cost them 1133 per t ere MBKTINQ Rev Ed L Sanford held a Meeting at Stony Polo yz Bourbon county closing Sunday night Aug 16th with about 25 I professions 18 being baptized He was assisted by Rev Emmet 7 ArRold of WJlmore Rev San i forctwillbeg1n snother meeting In the ullle etghborhood Sunday night Sept 6th lie Is attending v CoBfereaee at Cynthiana this week GOHB TO COXFERKHOX Tbo M I E CoRfereoce Meets at Cynthiuu- aWeiiMdty of ibis week Rev F D Palffleter r of tbe church is lere the past yearis in attend aaee Rev Palmcter IB a mostr l ortlijgeBtleHiaBjland if it should Veins to be assigned herO age In the church will reason to reo t lifj ice if he is sent elsewhere THE 1kini st1sesowlth him 1 2 t J I i ff i j i k41 v t I 4 ij t or j tit 1 tjd o ri r rrt roi i i rC pif sr s rPERSONAL rI Chns II Williams of Carlialowa8 in town Tuesday Wiley G Prater of Prcstonburg was iu townJiIundaY j1 H Drowns little daughtcrTrouoJ 1M boon sick thn nnst Week Mr and Mrs E W Ileflln return d Saturday from their trip to Now City Mies Ruth Palmer of Bethel has been visiting rolath ore fort several days tar Frank Perry loft morning for a tendays visit to LitI tlo Rock ArkoMisses Mary Gudgoll and Lillian Daughorty are visiting Miss Mary Hunter at Winchester t Denioouopenings at Cincinnati Mrs James Glllon went Tuesday Flemingaburg to join tier husband und begin housekeeping- Mr and Mrs Ed Barnes loft Suu day to visit Mr and Mrs John D McIntyre at Columbus O Mrs Claude Paxton of Mt Sterling will bo with her father WmH Daughorty the ensuing week Mrs J B Goodpastor accompan ad by her sister Mrs T L Youngof Louisvillo returned home Saturday James M Ramey lately ono of the firm publishing the Messenger loft riday to accept a position at Butler d v Misses Annie Leo and AdaWoodn of Bardstown wilt return home thl j week after a visit to Miss May Kin c aldwMr and Mrs John R Carmichael and children of Louisville are visit Mrs Cs father Win Moore on oes BunhIcHarOldvisit to ber mother Mrs Glover in Winchester Mrs L T Chidester and littlo dauglitnrri Clara and Bouluh and niRce Mahel lloyd of Farmers wore in town Mo into ames MEand R H Conh e n tJnun West Main stree- ttfnt4tMrA1frodOrks hlve rented tlioJamea Glllon residence on east Main street aid will move to it b bcgiouseKcep1ngeMiss laot week from a visit to Miss Nina Hazolrlgg at Frankfort ftjlss Haz clrlgg accompanied her home Mr and Mrs Cud Ingram of near tyrnpia lift Wednesday for n months vl sit to rnlati vos In Kansas City and other parts or the Vestm McCoyM reiwowlthfllerhrotherwill littl fit tlie lartsgY611 by Miss Itolierta i mil ton at S 1n ton ISIIss May Daugherty and lrs nu ie Horrnn will leave Thursday to JtliianatteudD hnThursri3 j ini trtonttoud the fu1ral f r arAfrs V fItarteriun Mrs Pierce W v J Iit n tiVoduostIayElva Catiett and V nf U Duugher respectIvely rCol Bob Iatolrhrg of the bytheIcepted a clerkship in tho National Sdrawingr IASKET MEBTINQ The annual basket meeting At Kendalls Spring pchoolhouso will take place the second Sunday fn SeptornborFhe gathering Is a service the congregation being composed of people from Bath Rowan and Menifee countieo if UNCLAIMED LEtrEisRethaIn ing in OwingsviUe pnstoffice Septj1 1903 Mrs Mattio Bertram June Yarkn Jeff He 1IoryCrutchlPersons calling for above letters pfeaae say advertisedy UA8EBALLTbe mixed team that went from here under the name of the Owingtville club playfthreo games at Flomingsburg week against the club of thattown The Owingsvilles won Wednesdays game by 14 to 5 lost Thursdays by 20 to U and lost Fridays byhto 8 On Thursday afternoon a Salt Lick nine came here and defeated 4n Owingsville nine by 10 to 3 WU HOBSBMASa tKATrt Wil lam Horseman died at his home on Naylors Branch at 8 oclock Friday night of typhoid fever and was bur led in SnturI adayafterhoonabout 32 years and was the oldest child of Albert J Horseman He leaves a wife who was Miss Minnie Barney daughter of Alfred A KB mey of Howards 111141st two children survive The family have the sympathy of their friends In their bereavement FODOH NoMiHATBD The Rebub hearts of the 94th Legislative dis trid composed of the counties of Bath and Rowan held a convention at Salt Lick Monday August 31st and nominated as the candidate tt the Republican party at the next November election William A Pouch of Rowan county Hiram Cornett and George Kennedy both of Rowan were placed in noinina tion CornelL received Rowans nine and four of Baths vote Ken IybothnorflinnteddFouchis one of ROW ans solid citizens and was form jy Sheriff I jI01 i iojiCourthousotower towers higher dullyINotlc nw boaw 1rent nro requested to callut tli Exchange ut once and pay saw 0 OWISOSYILIE TELEPHONE Co DIED Thomas Qoodpastor gone rally known us Judge Farm died of Goduosdaybarber business here nearly over since the Civil War He was well c glviiDEATHS Mrs Alex Bailey died f dropsy Wednesday night of last week at her home ton East Fork and was buried UienjHoTing after Il Dooneceased leaves 8 husband and t children SBo was a daughter of Wm Arrasmith and was aged 41 years exRESOLUTIONAcker Lodge No 148 A 0 U W A aWepointed committee submit the fol- lowIng resolutions of condolence toIo t loheter Pattersonmlit That Acker Ledge extends to its bereaved brother its most sincere sympathy in the untimely death of his wife We re alize that it is difficult to bo con tent with mere sympathetic words hen one we love has crossed tho dark river still wo must nil bow to tho will of the Creator and Pro of tho universe and retnom er that after walking in the vILIJ y of the shadow of death tboro is a brighter and bettor life beyond And our brother can take comfort in the knowledge that angel hands are held out to him through the long and weary years that may elapse before ho joins her there 2d That a copy of these resolu nns bo presented to Brother Pot rmon one spread upon the records and one presented to THE OUTLOOK and the Messenger for publication JAMES M Ross R L ZIMMERMAN Committee CECIL KAKRICK NOTED MORGAN SCIIDT Amort the most nodof MCtr nnstnenf w wiasfl the four years of the Civil W Shitrous commanded John M thorganwhom thecredlt of preventing that W5gimentmaking it possible for it to ninke the marches which made its fame world wide was due a LxFpr the past seventeen yejrcSIr ct- iBigitaff faffs been even more faithi tlIommand r during tho Civil War uring these vnra ho hull 7his time hi i tWdiLr1o ttIi people a ItV VLwiuipcuso or salary No road u 19 been too long no night too ark for him to go on any errand t mcroy or service to those to whom he has dedicated his life fifr Bigataff was born on Febru a thrylucky He joined John Morgans original company on the 27th of cc eptember 1861 helping to elect A eneral Morgan Captain of that company He srvedwith great diotinption until ho was captured at Bufungton Island Ohio in Au gust 1863 and was confined at Camp Douglas until March 8 1864 when he escaped from Camp Doug ed las and joined General Morgan who da had escaped from the Ohio peal tentiaryTin Virginia and served pi under him until bls death when he w Joined General Eskels brigade and fc served under him and General John C Breokinridge until his surrender ot at Washington Ga in 1865 He ne joined the church on August 14th da 874 and for the past seventeen earshaa been a missionary in the hi mountains of Kentucky for the qu past thirteen of that time bo ing in Breathftt county He was m chaplain of Morgans Men al rormedRtthe reunion held at Parks Hill No kindlier or gent of ler truer man over served the Lord and no braver man ever wore uni th orm than Uncle Ben Bigstaff as e affectionately called ynll those who are fortunate enough to si know him Lexington Herald I A picture ot Mr Bigstaff aocoiri m panted the foregoing sketch et Letter IJWashingtonn Metcalfe county Ky some weeks go Judge Samuul Shannon at tbeu advanced of Inwileman jmorallyLaioter P eelfreliancb was sublime his UtBselfishness was perennial He II a Christian and believed in the Word and all the Word I mve 1 een him on horseback thousand times I never saw him riding at uIfaster gait than a walk I nevr trisaw him in a hurry and I never knew him to bo behind time He lived up to his promises and that c is a great big part of the whole dutYJ of man Hogot his religion at the mourners henchbo wrestled with the spirit and wes triumphant after much tribulation mid he never had very much faith in any religion that was easy to get He belonged to the Cumberland Prea by terian church he knew ibe Bible from lid to lid and he prayed every day of his life 7 BB wsa farmer and intruder 3f i r TT etoro the building of the Louis illo Nashville railroad he used to aul goods from Louisville to tact chants in the north section of Bar hiseant loaded with tobacco The turnpike in Hurt county was not in as good order as the law required He drovoDhis team through a gate plly101lOnagain refused to pay toll at that ate The turnpike company bad summary way of doing business and they seized one of the six horses of tho team Some after the h Piorothe toll Shannon employed John onan to sue the company and he Inwed them to a standstill lIe got JudgmentCorCourt of Appeals a time or two An ecution was issued on his jiidg and levied on the turnpike It was sold at tho Courthouse door d Shannon bought it The turn company was stubborn too a thdowptionoked as though Shannon wouldIthn the pike but he finally got his oney and tho turnpike company w loInthe county of Motcalfo carved it mostly out of Barren with slices of H an ondrapby Edmonton was selected us the county seat and the officers ofatthe Au yegustwhatever they then called them selves were slightly in tho majori ty and Shannon was a Whig But there was not much politics in that election Neither party held a convention and there were more than a dozen candidates for Asses SQ ab anlocountyeleotionooring with plenty ha of whisky in bottles that filledth their Euddlebags to bursting But mhistiHerrrforre hail beaton him in I860 Ii niShannonsIn 1870 the Siitne two ran fur the do ird time and Shannon beat liii It paponentvjiUtioalie always had on hand ofal u uiiovoruntrylie hail a pronouiictd son o oi jus an Lo Ho hated a iaei niioss 1Inrul e te J1n huG of the legal prof Jfi thasinn hn r t 18C tHjllst nl1u viyi aSihis might 1hulneYtAr we1therswas tire landlord of the defunrtant and hid sued out an uttaahmont unrcrop of the defendant Withers was an excellent than and did not frthuthim and then he was the relentless 1ifRousspauThe defendants lawyers were Wil lam J Whitlnck and the youngest member of the Edmonton bar wet associated with him just for prl1CIlice It was a bleak day in uary and as it was the sole contest case on the docket it took ally to try it Not only did tho do fense resist the attachmentbut veeaded 4trwas a legal definition of the grounds forattachment sworn to on the wit amssthybeln a reAt maui I have known tompacnceas what has to tonohgenlusjiackofappllcationar sence continuity of purpose Whitlock ththeafiespeech south of the Green riverand tad ho been able to fix his eyes on a are foneverhaernallyalwaysiochoRte theWell when the evidence was all rlcouncilemuryloorningurns Ill no any men are villains a The real hardend wicked Vhu boo ono check but human law Are to a few restrictedcoooh aro unco weakbAn little to be trusted r self tho wavering balance shake Its rarely right ndjusted ad phargeore all laughed immoderately but is Whitlock made n speech that was simply thrilling nod a tear came slowly into tho Judges eye and rolled down his bronzed cheek When Whitlock concluded Compo ton w nted to make a speech in re c ply but RousBeau would not permit it and called for judgment The attachment is discharged said the Judge That was all we wanted t Minor nevor intended tcvjutve IDY r fdit hil iit RACKET STORE WE HAVE TOO MANY SUMMER GOODS moneyCallust Pans 5c 2qt Tin Bucket 7c 1qt Mason Jars doz flOe 2 nt doz GOc Brooms 2515 13c Cup and Saucers sot 25c Glass Tumblers each 2c 3qt Tin Coffee Pot lOc pes 10 5 2c Hair Clippers 70 COo- nTi Muffin Pan Oc CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W HEFLIN= thing subject to execution and a ousand judgments against him uld not have embarrassed him in e the slightest He got his coin for thb amount in controversy was too small fur appeal It vas a ng time before tho Motcalf bar uld think of Withers vs Minot without smiling Rousseau nnd Compton however did not smile the contrary quite tire reverse There never was n raorcbospi table man than Sam Shannon He lived Antiouli for three scoro nnd ten ars and for more thanfifty years that timehis family never knew what it was to sit down to tIn table breakfast dinner or supper without company It was n church community and nearly every Sun day there was meeting nt Antioch Cumberland Presbyterian Bap tist or Zdethodistaud there waii invitation to everybody to take nner at Brother Shannons I ve known more than 100 to accept at invitation and it included provender for beast as well as food for a and I am ascertain aathat Imite title that there never was any ng like a flinch of that hospital lam sure that he no more be udged what his guests consumed many of them atrungore than the gourl of water a neighbor pPerhaps tutiiipatriotism anyhow but I cannot t think that the civilization of tituuky of the decade ISpOlSCO tho grainiest man over made in y ago anywhere Tbero is no rc hnsiiltulity cvtm In Xontuckv oldTIrgIria when nunsured by mdfiftiesrfnin uct of teptIitlc Kentucky of before Iatti te lies VJwt for ho jun aiijT pious 1111 fiij pastor was ViUiii hlKiiclf an extraordinary tiittu rhe ri in nccord in nearly nil tnl1ttolS doctrine tint iu two or three things they disagreed It wnun col lUion between tho Irresistible and inovable und it lasted nil night In the swoet bye and byu Sam Shannon William Neal undWilliam jowelsfromhtly above them SAVOYARD I ADDRESS TO VOTERS OF KENTUCKY SUED BY STATE COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Gentlemen At aCommorcial Con ntion of tho State of Kentucky ld in Louisville on the 2d 3dand h days of June 1003 the under a ned were appointed a committee the purpose of bringing the n endment to tho constitution of e state which is to be voted upon the November election this year the attention of voters of all rties in tho state and obtain for the necessary number of votes secure its adoption Tho amendment is purely a nonpartisan measure vitally affecting e interests of all citizens of the state no matter what their party lliationa or occupations may be- or where their places of residence situatedpllow the adoption of tire amend mcnt aro so vast that they cat rdly be estimated Tho evil thatw ll result if by any chance the amendment should tail of adoption a will be disastrous in tire extreme to e best interests of the state i The adoption of the amendment will not change in the least the esent system of taxation in Ken cky for state and county purpos 3 as it applies only to taxes levied cities end towns for their own cal purposes Tho manufacturers merchants and Ouuncial institutions in the cities and towns of our state lira now tremendously handicapped in mpeting with those in other statcsI y the provision of our state con stitution which requires the sjimo valorem taxes to be levied onall ersonal property by cities and sclim for their local purposes as levied by them on real estate within their boundaries This provision does not exist in other states in which the com petit ors ofour manuracturersmerchiints and financial institutions ore lo ated eo that our people in these lines of business ore at n great dis ndvnntiigo in competing with those of other states and tho result is hat our existing industries do not grow us they should new industries r I lnf hrr ofy c Thread spool 4 2c Corset Covers 25 15o I Hand Satchels GO 50 35c- Nico Dress Lawnsrcduced to yuuc Back Hair Combs 15c Red Table Linen yd 18c Mending Tissue pack 5c Baby Hair Brushes lOc Tablnts 5 3 Ic Lace Pillow Shams 12c Mens Work Gloves pr 44 25 lOc IlgsvilleI are not established in our state In- S large number und importance as In other states while not sess nnythinp r irroTnvn vantages h h taxation is not anlj c liiirdcnsome and onerous as in Kentucky The provision of o r con 3titutfon which tho ninendment after its adoption will euro also operates io drive capital trout our midst and compels that which remains with us to charge higher interest rates when we borrow money than we would have to pay if money used in banking and financial operations was not taxed PO exorbitantly for municipal purposes Farmers and country merchants of Kentucky dont make the mlsI take of thinking the adoption of thiH amendment of the constitution w youIf in our towns and cities to grow so as to give employment to more men iIif you want new industries to be established employing still more en if you want more consumers for your farm products nod more buyers at your counters i if you want lower interest rates when you borrow money i if you want to lesIsen your state and county in a word if you want RS much- rosperity throughout the length nd breadth of our grand old corn- nawenlth as prevails in other tates then vote for the amend ment and get your neighbors to vote for it enlnrgednndto Kentucky through this amend ent to our conntitution means wer State and County toxosfot- all the property thus brought in will go to swell the assessments for h tate and county purposes which will enable the rate to be reduced Lot the amendment bo adopted by rcwtelming vte i4 fa vor State Committed Conetitutiona Amendment yOnoiySHopklnsllIeWILDUR WM A ROBINSON Louisville J M KKOTT Lebanon yfbisLexingtonCHKNBV L STONE Louisville GABBKTT S WALL MaysvUle R B PERRY Winchester W L Buovrx London PNCLABKESecretaryLouisvillo GENUINE MounwiaGA n d row Carnegie tells with a merry twinkled his eye of a boyhood friend with whom ho renewed acquaint nee on a recent visit to Scotland In the course of conversation Car egie happened to ask about a certain fl Geordie McKay Hes dead long agosaid his friend and Ill never cease regret ting him am long as I live Dear mo I Had you such a great respect for him as all that asked tho library king Na na It wasnat only respec mnrriedISMART I3oHo walked into the grocery store with a slip of paper in his hand and too grocer at onco roduced his pencil and order book for the boys mother was a good customer Good morning said the boy hose curly head scarcely reached to the counterhI want three and half pounds of sugar Its 6 cents a pound aint it And rico a 8 I want to buy two and a quarter pounds of that And a quarter pound of your 70cent ten nnd two and a fifth pounds of your m gilkit And please give me tho bill he ended breathlessly for I have got to got to school The grocer made out the bill wondered at the queerness of tin order nnd handed it to the boy asking as ho did so Did your mother send tho moo oy or does she want the goods charged The boy eeizod the bill and said with a sigh of satisfaction Ma didnt send 010 at all Its my arithmetic lesson and I lto iteomchowfAnd out the grocer Ope cued the cigar case nnd handed out smokes t0 the mon who were there liri on mb he rtldisy theres more than one way to skin an eel isnt thrNew York Time 2t t See our Job iSampIesr S DDLESUARNESSWhy buy a shoddy socalloil handmade or maclilneinaio Saddle or Harness when you can got strictly first class goods 4 made right hero at homo and made out of the best ol1k tHUtdkleather and hy mon that only make flrstclass work Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADOl Is tho easiest and easiestriding nnd most durablesaddle mfld T If you try one set of our Imnthiiadc buggy ha nesd you will always use them I have the bestllnoof snildlery goods in tins part of the State I am Youro for best saddles and harness EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KJ SAMmP ATCHISQfl DRUCCIST 1 FINE WHISKIES WINF TGBAGGO ClGARS JGi lwr BUY GREEN SEAL 7 SHOE 1 FOR tEN WOMEN and CHILDREN A MADE IN LOUISfILLE KY u S A1 WITH LOUIS SOLES ttifj bestwearing leather in the world s For sale by Oscar Chandler Owngsv I PricesToSuitTimos6c 1 I 6508c3 No 2 satin ribbon per yd 2e 1 50 laces for 4C fk 225 extra size white table cloth f4fj j6oc table covers for s 39c 3oc dresser scarfs for 220 4Floor oil cloth per yd 220 fiKangaroo i J 0 1 4s Vici Pat leather regular 3275adles Vici Kid shoes lace teg 292C i1 u d 6Qc Mens44 JUIliijttkr Trpje 0 This Is not agane I M Wean ou think how liable y r not to urchase the only reined uaivorsul known and n rcmedjt thras had largest sale of any medicine in tho world since 13CS for the cure and treatment of Consumption aud Throat and Lun troubles without losing its great popularity all those ears you will bo thankful we called GermanSyrupcough rom dles made by druggists goodfoespeciallyfol hlnJduringthere is nothing liko German Syrup Tho 25 cent sl o tins just boon intro duced this year Regular size 76 cents At JOHN TIUM HOUGH a SONS 10000 GIVEN AWAY THE LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL TO MAKE A CASH DISTRIBUTION TO SUBSCRIBERS In 1891 2 the CourierJournal of Louisville Ky inaugurated and carried to n successful issue the first great estimating contest over conducted by n newepnpBr This contest was based on the Presiilon tial election of 1802and 14100 was distributed to CourierJournal renders In response to numerous requests the CouricrJjurniil has decided to nniizuratc another similar contest weed on the total vote cast for nil candidates for Governor of Ken tuck in the clectilm November 3 1903 Ten thousand dollars in gold silver or greenbacks wijl be iven away tt successful estima ore There will be single gifts of 3000 20001 1000 500 3QO 5200 150 100 50 and 30arid 1670 gifts of 10 each In addition there will be gifts of 500 300 and 200 for the best estimates re ceived before August before September 1und before October lrufitshnringiberality r4purnal is to secure new subscri WeeklyCOl1rierJournul subscribing for tIre Weekly Con rier Journal one year sending one dollar with the subscription is en titled to two guesses or estimates Every person subscribing for tire Daily CounVr Journal forontA month 60 cents is entitled to one guess one year 6001 twelve guesses Renewals count the same us new subscribers AVrite t ltle todyItt0t J- h f Kentucky fI n sitlti ISTHGS JJO JLI veryrejSioStI1C indmuTbuyers P i with Preston Station f FUN AM FROM SEE BIG SILLS OK BLUR AND GRAY REUNION AT FORGE HILL SEPT 17 18191903 IIAILWAIflatiy IMealsriJiistjAiiD KKKEcxivE juivsrisoj iM s TiiiBoy TJ VINS AT PmSiON8TATJJt BASTUOOKI iaNoNoi No 31 PgWIITUOCNDNo 2 No 2513LoxingjCincinnati t tJKaatcrn CHln ii Lost His Train By having n poor watch or watch that needs lulnt1hglt you hove a good watch remember that It gets out of order in lini S just us you do iiiul needs B doc tor in fliiit case bring it to ur anil we will cure it clean 4 Eabestpaitraent for Watches Cl l s lrrtInebertsticksours MotTi r LOW PRICES GOOfi VORKl ASCOMS iijiwEu JEWELEit IOvingsvilk K iEh i k rc t 1 1 C f c tot t tof t t 2 J O o h 1 I 0 I i OWINGSMLE OUTLOOK a OUTLObX PUB CO Publishers 4 V3 M bwiNaSVlLLE KENTUCKY 3 L y toy Ir DONT TAKE TROUBLES TO BED I H f1 11 You may labor your fill friend of mine if you williYou may worry a bit if you must ofIcares e You may live on a scrap and a crust 4sc v But when the days done put it out of cJ your head fl Dont take your troubles to bed theKr You may sweat you may swear you may grunt You may be a jackfool If you must jV but this rule I Should ever be kept at the front r Dont tight with your pillow but lay b headj out of the bed Tat friend or that foe whlch he It I lont know r ose name we have spoken as Death s4 tlrSclole to ydur side while you run 44l7 kr you ride 4 I f ViX d he envies the warmth of your 4 PjS breath ut he turns him away with a shake of his hea- dyt When he ilnds you dont take your trou ar his to bed s Edmohd Vance Cooke In Saturday t Evening Post f r4 Mystery of the L tyirWood i l By W KENNEDY 1 =rz Oopytl lit186S t 7 AN Xellon Nempasxr Co ItL chAPTER Xir CONTINUED At the office Be fount a note from 4 Franklin requenting him to call upon 1hlm as soon us he received it To t this at first concluded that he ttwould pay nq attention but ho thought better of it and went directly 7 1 to Franklin He found that gentle t Ulan engaged with lerivale at thes time but he was cordially invited in l What I wanted to see you about tfaid Franklin was n paper which fool Hlllsman stole from this Hcftlcc Last night when I met you 4 Met raeV said Irving In blank 4 4 tpcazement- JII Well perhaps you dont remember 4it said the colonel smiling for 1 I imust confess you were very happy r night when I saw you But at f Iany rte 1 demanded the paper of ai Hillsmun lIe denied havingit at first t i but I think 1 scared him pretty badly nud after you had ione he aid he had given It to you Have you got t the paper t- Crba1e not What was the nature out I Gf io Importance the nature paprrtseen as you t have not told me what it is II t I Jnpufft at the time that fellow was lying and that he thought of you 4 as a shield for himself Is this aU you wanted to see Tnc i about said Irving with apparent i f iCoo disappointment spendHrJo said Irring Indifferently V was thatI 1See here colonel doesnt it occur that you are taking a vast deal r0t interest in my affairs 7 Well you set I like you Warde 1Thanls And you might find it to your In 4 tcrest to know aomethIn about the t paper It Is valuable then l Are you sure you dont know anything about the paper C Bother the paper Why if I had It 1n pocket uowluyousupp se having a description of itl i4 Im sorry that you cant help me 4 y abont it aii It Is of great importance t 4 tu some friends of mine c v By the way said nIngtis there JatlYAewslnthe Wright case 4r Strs The joloncl looked at him penetrat 4 Ji r S irigly for a moment and then replied t iWhy do you ask 1 am out of the f w Xwse5 Siitihougnt took a deep interestI ji In it jOuutofthe family f Jf ask you the yhews about it SC a trifle stale now but 1 sup r ij poe the people will wake up when the trialbeglnsHaeyouany idea t t S of defense will be 1 one whatever In fact other L j Uwslaess of a very Important charac j C ter has occupied all my attention of Hiite lerialatacnaey bored as if he wished Wardo would go and give him an opportunity t ttoresume business with Franklin He r 1 c toyed with a newspaper for awhile i a rhBpaticatly and somehow Irving reo 1455 j eived the impraion that this irn t tf Twctrauhm pttieisee was largely assumed for the i tAJ last Warile left the two mes t 1alone They looked at each other ir ipokewithSyoung man tc3Iaso1itwitte4 you completely Frank e has your paper put awayt irfe prpuably It Is in Ererettji pos I 4 tessieM And there is another thing ntthattI S as asr a you arc this minute It is now Int2hoftJ after and there Is not the ipatJonabouthlmft lpysisraeIf to be so easily deceived l I j StMf S kayo advanced considerable d yt you tocarry out this enter pme and hare aakedDoquc1ltlonll expendedft yHsBf1Vtrare on the very brink oJ nQVtot l I VHV8rfea of unfortunate events eii1d have p eve ted theccompUah P fWrf our esigBs If you desert I w now I am simply ruined Well illstick to you a few months longer net because I care anything about you I have no time for sym k ptjiy With IHvidiwl8 besides It ilfiit i8eS6I only care for the steoaus of I1o me tsIfour tiuna ewild be carried tk olghitw wM me several Jbat youAttS OB thingIs arise IVard Tanat be c gethimLate k8t afternoon WnWIran auroi HiH BflB who bad jast got beforeAavdf6ciaadbI9odliofeyes MriAtelJi diishe evidence fsin t him lie did bHht at all to tbe settg of th prewlous enlR aid It w etI thit pthe4lR a 111 A r 2 Mt In his minI merely a blank Warde was considerably relieved on this score for at present he did not care to cocipllrate matters by having to consider Frank as an element In themAt eight oclock Wnrcle and Mr Ev erett were again closeted together and the paper that had caused such a vnst amount of trouble was taken from the safe anti carefully read It was dated 20 yours before the time of this story The handwriting was bold and plain The following were the contents In full AGREEMENT BETWEEN JOHN T WRIGHT AND JAMES FRANKLIN John T Wright has this day made the following transfers of property with the subjoined understanding with James Franklin The Wright homestead 600 acres all Improvements The Magnolia plantation acres In parish Louisiana The Coahoma plantation 8 acres In Mississippi The Queen City plantation IlPM acre In Arkansas A lot on Maine and Boulevard In the city of Nllus by feet A lot on Linden street near the Bayou 100 by 200 feet A lot on Front row near Madison W by feet with Improvements All to the Shelby Real Estntf and Investment company A tract of land In Young county Texas 6937 acres to the Shelby County Real Estate and Investment company A tract of land In county Colorado acres To the Diamond Mining company of Denver Cot These transfers are made to protect the said John T Wright from sundry suits nt law which threaten to grow out of the difficulty that terminated In the death of Jeremiah Baxter at the hands of tho said Wright Regretting as he does the necessity of taking human life the said Wright Is not willing that his estate shall be sacrificed anti the welfare of his family Jeoparded and these transfers are made with the dis tinct understanding that whenever the said Wright desires to revest these vari ous properties II wn na e the said James Krnnkll n a to at once turn over n it which he is Intrusted aid r J once secure said Wright In t on of his property The const alljbIn these various deeds w over paid over James Franklin bind imself as a man of honor and a frlcni of John T Wright to faithfully fulfill the terms of this agreement whenever the said Wright so desires JOHN T WRIGHT JAMES FRANKLIN That is certainty one of the most remarkable documents that it tins ever been my fortune to consider sahI thc lawyer his keen eyes snapping with relish for n novelty in le gal literature Have you any Idea what the paper is worth I should say two or three hundred thousand dollars said Irving It is nearer ten or twelve million declared the lawyer Irvings eyes betrayed dazed sur prise as he gaspingly repeated the words after Mr Everett The latter smiled and said I havent the slightest doubt that Frederick Men tale would give at least 1000000 for therights secured in the Wright es tate by this paper But how can it be asked Irving in whisperBefore explain this part let me tell you this that the Shelby County Real Estate Investment company and the Diamond Mining company of Colorado arc virtually and practically Tames Franklin These facts were discovered by Fcnton who at my suggestion has examined the records In the registers office and learned the exact state of the case It was easy sailing nbout the real estate conternlngtheget at It became necessary to have a thorough investigation and with this end In view Fenton went to Colorado and there he soon learned that the local incorporators in the Dia mond Mining company were dum mica and that James Franklin owned a large proportion of the stock These two companies were evidently created by Wright and Franklin for the purpose of more thoroughly con cealing the real nature of the trans fers made Fenton paid a visit to the Colortuio tract of landi It proved tn be n theof a rich mining atUt n Originally Wright lrnir uOUJjht It tr u song and had looked upon it a a very indifferent speculation but in years great changes have been wrought mines of vast richness have been worked and now ft turns out that the eyes of nil the gold diggers in Colorado are turned greedily toward this tract of land situated among the hills To the northeast of the tract a very successfulmine has been conducted for a number of years Recently the vein of ore became richer and richer until finally it ran dead against a tre mendous wall of solid sandstone which some upheaval of nature had thrust into the precious vein For days and days the miners sought to discover the broken thread hut in vain until an old fellow who ownedI a dog came along The some kind of mystic apparatus which goldjustout a subterranean stream afwaterl Well this old fellow climbed over the great wall of sandstone Into a rocky reach of land and M he was going about with hIs doghc soon ills covered violent symptoms as it were of gold The vein was continued with Apparently double richness on the other side of the Intervening sand stone Fenton was fortunate enough to meet ah old fellow out there who hud gone west from this section of the country and who had bought that tract of lent for Wright and us soon as be learnedof its possibilities he vrote to Wright telling him that he probably had a large fortune in It if he had continued to hold It Wright wrote back that the land was still his and that the taxes had been paid tipon it regularly This letter Iran been secured Of course the news of the discovery of this valuable vein on Wrights land created intense excite ment and Frederick Merivale the largest stockholder In the adjacent mI eat once placed himself in correspondence with James Franklin Just what has taken place between them Is merely a matter of surmise ofYerl1BlesvisltJfo wonder they were willing and employUsOrtsIt Is now IvesUptloilofthptrnth murder of was a part of a great conspiracy to get possession of tbemlnes Not a doubt of Ifand thereIs no conspiratoriremaIn out of their possession TheyIi will do some dark scheming hold Ofit I think therefore that IW Bad better take a copy of It The lawyer got from his desk a piece of Pjaper old and somewhat spited which could very be takeR for the paper on which the orlglaalagreement had been written and then he instructed Warde to roakeaV copy just as much like it as deft peEHjansliIp could contrive Trw iit r was expert enough to make one thf eo W hardly have been told from JtrC type This was held before tIt treIBO as to dry the JnfcaBd out It kekH6B It ves then t4 I 4 bieke4 flit tbf 1er f J J Y j1 Z i t Ii s = t= r Vlep FC tr tiiJi f c John T WrtgVs Copy of the Agree ment just as the original had been Hardly had this task been accomplished when the door bell rang and soon afterward the servant an nounced that Col Franklin desired an audience with Mr Everett The lawyer saw that it would arouse Franklins suspicions if he declined nn interview and he was not averse to n contest of wits with that astute individual At first he was puzzled to know what to do with Irving It would not do for him to go out in the hall and risk being seen by the colonelThe left side of Mr Everetts li brary was covered with hook shelves but one of the cases was a revolving door and bookcase combined A slight push turned it sideways nail permitted entrance to the next apart meat which was a sort of lounging room for the lawyer There were a great many easy chairs therein a lounge and all the facilities for the dreamy recreation of rending When NOW YOU WILL DE KIND ENOUGH MR EVERETT TO HAND ME ThAT AGREEMENT BETWEEN WRIQlrf AND MYSELF the lawyer wanted io work he occu pied the library when he wanted to rtad he sought the luxurious chair in the lounging room It was the work of a moment tc throw back this door which hud been contrived purely as a convenience and not for the purposes of weird romance and thrust Irving into the next room A moment afterward Col Franklin and Mr Everett confronted each other like two intellectual gladiators in the library The latter was cool keen and collected lie had his wits well in hand and his emotions firmly in check There was aglitter in Franklins dark eyes and a suppressed excite ment in his manner which placed him nt a disadvantage though he was not aware of it- Franklin had an intense personal ity lie was fun of the magnetism that repels Even men of the stead lest nerves and most phlegmatic tem perament were surprised to find themselves trembling in his presence not from fear but simply from the disturbing atmosphere that seemed to surround the man The personal fly of some men is pacifying and soothing while that of others i irri tating and discordant Franklins dominating nature came in the lat ter category Everett was aware of this quality in his antagonist nail he at once forced himself to become fa miliar with it in much the same way that the bather inures himself to the cold water by placing first nn arm then a leg timid gradually the whole body into ft The hill once accustomed to is virtually worn off In a few minutes Everett had thoroughly neutralized the mesmeric quality radiating from Franklin and the two men were now on even terms But Everett was hardly prepared for the reckless audacity of the man who without any concealment went straight to the object of his busi nessI presume said Franklin in his most overawing manner that you are perfectly aware of the object of my visit Mr Everett came very near being thrown off his guard but he recov ered in a second and replied indiffery catty Not being a mind reader colonel 1 should nut undertake to say what the object of your visit was Be kind enough to explain your selfI come after that pcper Mr Everett did not display the slightest emotion of surprise em barrassment indignation but there was a cold defiance in his blue eye and a metallic hardness in his voice as ho replied Col Franklin you will have to adopt some other method if you wish to transact any business with me I have never allowed any man to take that tone with me and I shall make no exception in your ease Franklin laughed a nervous disagreeable laugh and then said I meant no offense sir and yOu should have taken none Dot It is perfectly apparent to me that you have a lIB per which belongs to me You are mistaken I have nothing thnt beIongto you As you please If 1 am informed correctly u paper which wits taken from my possession was this morn ing brought io this house and turned over to you or least inspected by youiAnd by what means did Col Franklin learn all this From trustworthy sources de pend upon ltkf I havent the slightest objection to your surmising such a state of facts Suppose we assume that such a pa per was brought to me this morning and I should Jnslst on Col Franklins proving his ownership of the paper tor could tell nt ojce by an exa- mInation whether it was mine or not But I couldnt Well I would be wiling to pay very handsomely for ths restoration of the document There Is one very easy way to get this paper if you are satisfied that it is in my possession and that is to In stitute proceedings against me in the courts end thus recover it There is a better way than that and a quicker one said Franklin coolly taking from his pocket a revolver andcovering1lr Everetts heart I niatle up my mind when Icame hero tfialj would have that pa per and I propose to get it I am a desperate niah I have staked a great deal on this little document and I can make a fortune out of it Nbthjng shajl defeat me you understand nothing This little revolver can outwit your clever brains every Jdndenougb3lr c1mrlfrTo qi xe JL L t Ir-f 7 ALASKAN BOUNDARY Commissioners Will Begin Their Investigations in London The Whole Boundary Controversy Cen ters Upon the Dominion Governments Effort to Acquire An Outlet to ths Sea London Aug 31 Secretary of War Elihu Hoot exSecretary of State John W Foster Hannis Taylor and Judge John M Dlcklnsln arrived at Liver pool on the Celtic Sunday for the meet- Ings of the Alaskan boundary commission which will open in London Sep tember 3 They were received at Liv erpool by Mr Pctherlck assistant United States dispatch agent on behalf of the American embassy Tho party came directly to Lodon and on their arrival hero were met by Seers tary Carter of the United States cm bassyMr Root registered at the Hyde Park hotel while the other members of the party established themselves at the Canton hotel Ito Canadian com missioners arc also here United States Ambassador Choate has arranged to give a dinner In honor of Secretary Root at which all the American and British representatives will be present The commissioners arc already familiar with the facts of the case on both skIes which were filed several months ago At the first meeting of the commissioners next Thursday the Americans and Cana titans will submit their briefs which will be a condensation of the facts nnt arguments regarding the Interpreta tion of the treaty The commission will then announce the day on which the oral arguments will bo herd The arguments have not yet been made public but it is learned that the whole controversy centers upon Can adas effort to acquire an outlet to tho sea It is known authoritatively that the Canadian agent asserts that under the RussoBritlsh treaty of 1825 the line properly crosses numerous inlets including the headwaters of the Lynn canal The contention seems to be that the inlets less than six miles wide situated in the disputed region belong to Canada United States Counsel Foster vigorously opposes this view holding that the treaty clearly places the line 30 miles inland follow ing the sinuosities of the coast and thus separates Canada from all the arms of the ocean and puts Porcupine creek and the gold district under Am erican jurisdiction Tho American representatives are confident that their position is unas satiable The commissioners expect that the complete consideration of the entire case will take less than two months and that even should the commission fall to render a majority award tho facts will be clearly established This will lead to an easier set tlement in the future Secretary Root intends to take advantage of the recess between the fit ings of the briefs and the oral arguments to witness the British army ma neuvers THE FLAGSHIP YANKEE The Vessel Entered Newport R With Her Bunkers Afire Newport R I Aug 3JThe flag ship Yankee of the naval training squadron which is flying the flag of Rr Adm W C Wise and which has been engaged In the maneuvers Portland entered the harbor 01TI morning with harm lshlpbunkeraflr The lire was discovered Thursdijv morning by smoke on the gun deck Some 200 tons of coal were removed from the top of the bunker leaving some 300 tons Then the fire hose was used and since that time the fire has been smouldering The trew is still engaged in moving the coal from one bunker to another Tho Yankee coal ed at Bar Harbor on August 9 and this is some of the soft coal that was taken aboard there Adm Wise will Inspect the training station Monday and the training ship Monongahela The latter vessel will then go to League island for repairs FASHION SHOW IN NEW YORK The First Exhibition of Its Kind Ever Held In This Country New York Aug 31For the next two weeks Madison Square Garden will be given over to the display of fine dresses tho fashion show formally opening there Monday night Acting Mayor Fornes Secretary of Commerce and Labor George B Cortelyou United States Senator C M Depew and others will deliver brief addresses This is tho first exhibition of its kind ever held In this country Its purpose Is to set styles and to establish a unity of ideas In the making of gowns between American and Parisian modistes Successfully to bring about this movement European modistes have contributed to the exposition 150 gowns of every style while a large number of American designs will be displayed Editor Bonge Dead Duluth Minn Aug 31 Fred Bongo one of the bestknown news paper men in the middle west died Sunday In Superior of typhoid pneu monia Mr Bonge came to the heal of the lakes from Chicago last winter Treasury Balances Washington Aug 3LSaturdays statement of the treasury balances in the general fund exclusive of the f150 000000 gold in the division of redemp thin shows Available cash balances 231 744233 gold 102341134 Woolen Mills to Resume Boston Aug 31Most of the score or more of mills In Massachusetts New Hampshire Rhode Island Yes mont and Maine owned by the Amen can Woolen Co which have been shut down from one to two weeks was ra opened Monday Poisoned His Stepmother Norfolk Va Aug 31John H Dey a 13yearold boy has confessed that he put strychnine in a glass of water which his stepmother drank she supposing It to be a dose of salts Mrs Dey died an hour after drinking the poison Wounded In the Leg Washington Aug 29Capt J T Myers of the marine corps stationed on the armored cruiser Brooklyn was accidentally shot In the leg recently by a bullet from the gunboat Macblaa while engaged in target practice The wound is not dangerous Turkish Consul General Dead Paris Aug ITbe Turkish consul general at Marseilles M Oaentanlakl died Sunday evening suddenly while preparing to give a great feast in honor of the fvjltan Tuttdaj Sestem ban 1 t tIi y y J Af 0 FROM THE JAWS OF DEATH Prompt Action ofC Oliver leelln Saves a Dozen Lives Now York Aug SI During a strong northeast gale eight mites off HIgh- lands N J at hairpast 10 oclock Sat urday night the threemasted schoon er Henry P Mason from Perth Amboy N J for Portland Me struck It believed a submerged wreck and at 130 Sunday morning sunk The crew and two passengers of the schooner took to the vessels small boat and after being buffeted by the heavy seas all night and part of Sunday were rescued by Capt Paterson and the Sandy Hook life saving crew who were towed out to the boat one mile off Galilee by the New York Yacht clubs committee boat Navigator on which was C Oliver Iselln managing owner of the yacht Reliance and Bert C Leeds The survivors reached San dy Hook at 230 oclock Sunday after noon on board the Navigator apparently in good condition and later were brought by the same vessel to this city It Is believed tho schooner will be a total loss Repeated efforts had been made by the life saving crews to launch a boat to go to the assistance of the shipwreck but the heavy sea running made It Impossible for them to launch their boats Meanwhile word had been sent to Sandy Hook for assistance and Mr Islcln volunteered the service of the Navigator to tow the life savor to shore to where the small boat was momentarily in danger of being swampedIt 11 oclock Sunday morning when the Navigator located the 12 per sons in their perilous position and it was fully an hour before they could be rescued This was accomplished in as daring a manner as has been told in any sea tale fiction ojj fact The big tug made several attempts to get near the yawl and then finally going to windward of them cast off the life line With splendid dexterity a line was sent from the life boat to a polo on the fish pound and then was paid out until the yawl was reached In such condition were the shipwrecked ones that they could not help themselves and Capt Patterson and his crew had to simply lift them out First came the two women and then three sailors Meantime under the direction of Mr Iselin the Navigator crew had thrown a dozen palls of oil overboard to tho windward of the yawl so that the sea was calmed and the big tug had taken a position that the wind did not catch her on the beam The women when brought aboard were carefully attended to Mr Iselln having taken along a cham bermaid from the tender Sunbeam Capt Frost of the Mason said that just before the Navigator arrived they had concluded that the women would die in a few hours and they had decided to try for the beach He said that Saturday when they were out near the lightship at anchor the Old Dominion line steamer Hamilton fered to take them off and he urged the women to go but they declined to leave without the men The men thought the storm would abate and they would get the boat to harbor in safety r Thousands along the Rhorewatched- the clover work of the life savers Twice the life boat was filled level with water but she is a selfbailer and cleared herself The golng down in tow of the Navjgator was In itself a perilous thing in such a sea When the men returned Mr ilin said a special word of praise U hem and in return was heartll wf aen rapt Paterson asked fur i it anc ci tv n1 MHHApt fI Relllt H- ttII J nvo 50 meJ J it or them wlil vOiJntetr to help t1U wan them Capt Paterson explained ihai it was a tug and not the men that was heededOATHOF LABOR UNIONS No Catholic Can Consistently Take or Keep Some of Them Marshall Mich Aug 31Rev Dr P A Baart rector of St Marys church of this city Sunday In a ser mon on education said that no Catholic could consistently take or keep the oath of some labor unions and he mentioned particularly the typographi cal union part of whose oath he quotes as follows I hereby solemnly and sincerely swear that my fidelity to the typogaph ical union and my duty to the memo bers thereof shall in no sense be In terfered with by any allegiance that may now or hereafter owe to any other organization social political or re ligious Father Baart said this oath places the union before the church and before the state and distinctly impeached the loyalty and Catholicity of those who take such an oath Possibly the lead ers may not have realized the full force of the words they used in their oath he said but whether they did or not every patriotic citizen and every sincere consistent Catholic should demand that such an oath be modified and that the objectionable clause be cut out Umbrella Puts Eye Out Upper Sandusky 0 Aug 31Wal ter Myers aged 12 met with an acci dent which resulted in the loss of his right eye While working with an au tomatic umbrella It flew open one of the stays penetrating his right eye be tween the pupil and lower lid Bryan Cancel Engagements Cleveland 0 Aug 31Mayor John son Sunday night received telegram from W J Bryan asking that his en gagements to speak during the com ing week In Ohio be cancelled No cause was given for the cancellation All But Two Guilty Danville Ill Aug 3LThe Jury in the riot cases after being out since noon on Friday returned a verdict just before midnight finding all the rioters guilty except William Redwine and Clay Biddie Eight were on trial Clay Diddle Is 16 years old Three People Drowned St Paul Minn Aug 31Three pee pIe were drowned at White Bear tale junday night by the overturning ofa rowboat The dead are Wilbur Carl Eon and wife and Seth Johnson all of St Paul Kilauea Shows Increased Activity Honolulu Aug 29Tbe volcano of Kilauea shows increased activity Clouds of smoke are ascending from the crater Gen Funston at Seattle Seattle Wash Aug 29Gen Funs ton arrived In Seattle on his return from en Inspection of the forts of Alaska Friday Peuoaum Is the fuel of all the tiomotiie In lilli An airbrake ort obIIe Ug Jl 9JC M f r pt5t6 tt r e xcri 1IIIiiiii f rrTt 4o t p uuuuunrnIuuuuuulsummuuzmmzmrnuuuumnsmmgnuwsulrnnud STATE umtf1UuuutmUmummmmummu ODDS AND ENDS I JUDGE JAMES HARGIS He Will Leave Breathltt and Reside Near Lexington Lexington Ky Aug 29Unable longer to resist the pleadings of wife anti daughters County Judge James Hargls of Breathltt county has decid ad to dispose of his Immense business interests in that locality convert his holdings into cash and leave Jackson since his name it Is alleged has been accorded such prominent connection with the recent feudal trou blcs the members of his family have regretted the notoriety It brought and they have been continually urging him to move away and against them he endeavored to hold out Their continual pressure has induced him to yield and with this object In view he set about to find a purchaser for Iris property and business Interests It was stated hero Friday on good authority that the difference between 83000 and 100000 is what now stands In the way of an immediate sale It Is said the judge will buy a blue grass tarn In the vicinity of Lexington These facts were made known Fri day when Capt B J Ewen suddenly broke off all negotiations with local persons relative to the purchase of a home here which he had intended to buy and suggested that he might return to Jackson and live there again In the event that the Hargis deal went through COURTHOUSE IN RUINS Temple of Justice at Hazard Ky Struck By Lightning Hazard Ky Aug 29 During a thunderstorm here at 430 Fridcy even ing a bolt of lightning hit the Perry county courthouse and set fire to tie building The lightning killed John J Baker a citizen of this ccunty who was standing in the dorWay waiting for the storm to abate Six other men in the court house were stunned by the blow and remained unconscious for half an hour All are expected to re cover but the condition of two is very seriousIn excitement caused by the one fatality and the Injury of the other men tho fire in the court house build Ing made great headway despite the fact that rain was falling in torrents The court house IK nearly completely ruined and will have to be rebuilt LEAVING THE NORTH Numerous Negroes Immigrating to the Southern States Madisonvlllc Ky Aug 28 Numer ous Negroes have been passing through this city from the north immigrating to southern states where they say they expect to receive better treatment at tile hands of the white man This move on the part of the Negro is claimed to be due to the recent race riots in Evansville Ind and other northern towns They most nil seem to be headed for the cotton states Hunter Fatally Shot Plnevllle Ky Aug 29John T Ma son a farmer of Little Clear Creek 12 miles from here started hunting and on a mountain five miles from home slipped and fell His shotgun discharged an he was shot through the Ills wife small son and tIlothinm prc with him He died soon acer President of Georgetown Coflege Lexington Ky Aug 21At a meeting of live trustees of Georgetown Ky college here Friday it was decided to recommend Rev Dr J J Taylor of Norfolk Va for president of the college to succeed Dr B D Gray Their action is not final but subject to approval by the full board of trustees Free Turnpikes Mlddlesburg Aug 29 Petitions are being circulated over the county for the purpose of securing a vote on the proposition of free turnpikes In November and If a vote is taken the proposition will carry overwhelmingly Casey is the only county In South Central Kentucky with toll roads Dove to His Death Dayton Ky Aug 28 Miscalculat lag the depth of the water In a cer tain place on the Queen City beach Milton V Cox of Bellevue aged 24 and married dove from a float and striking his head upon the river bot tom received injuries from which he died Thursday morning Awarded 1000 Damages Lancaster Ky Aug 29Mrs B F Walters was Friday awarded a judg ment for 11000 against the city of Lancaster She fell Into a ditch last spring and was injured Shesued for 10000 After Blind Tigers Mt Sterling Ky Aug 29For some months detectives have been at work locating blind tigers near Jet tersonvlllc Friday as a result Judge A A Hazelrigg issued 54 warrants and placed them in the hands of the iheriff Cut Throat and Veins in Wrist Louisville Ky Aug 29 Richarl Schulx 35 cut his throat and several veins In his wrist Friday at his home Sixteenth and Market Streets In the presence of his mother who had upbraided him for drinking He will die Shocked By Lightning Clay City Ky Aug 27 During a severe electrical storm here Wednes day afternoon Rev R A Irvins resi dence was struck by lightning arid set on fire The family were shocked but made their escape The house was ta tally destroyed ChurchGoers Are Robbed Harrodsburg Ky1 Aug 29A revival Is in progress at Shawnee Run church this county and hundreds of people are attending nightly Thursday night thlevea stole the rubbertired wheels off thre new vehicles Believed to Be a Hoax Dayton Ky Aug 27The proprie tors of the Manhattan Beach reported to the police Wednesday the finding of a suicide note and some old clothes Monday morning In one of the lock Irs were found trousers a coat and a pair of old shoes The police are of the opinion that It Is a hoax Plenty of Chestnuts JerafEt Ky Aug 27The moun tan h smut crop is the test in years ind ti usaiifs of trees In Cumberland iflonras re Ioa 4oddQWQ with the croy ft a TWO WOMEN ON TRIAL They Are Charged With Scalding An Aged Man to Death Mayklngr Ky Aug 27The Walter Thomas murder trial In the Letcber circuit court was Wednesday contin ued until the next term and Mrs Nan cy Garret and Pattle Garret her 10 yearold daughter of Craftsvtlle went on trial for the murder of Uncle Ja son Craft aged 60 at Craftsvllle in February 1903 It is alleged they killed him by scald ing him The victim were returning from a business trip to Virginia stop ped over night at the Garret house a few miles from his home Somo time that night It Is alleged the wom en burned him so that he died a few days later COCKROACH IN COFFEE POT By Some It is Believed It Poisoned the Land Family Louisville Ky Aug 28Only one more factor in the poisoning case of Mrs Land Mattie Land and the Gores has been uncovered That factor is a large cockroach and he was uncovered when the groundsIn the bottom of the suspected coffee pot were removed Mr Roach had probably met a pain ful death by scalding but his carcass showed him to have been a formidable insect when alive The detectives think the distillation of stale coffee with just a dash of roach may have been the cause of tho sickness KILLED A WILDCAT School Teacher Receives Much Praise For Hs Bravery Sergeant Ky Aug 28Prof Mar phy Howard aged 2C relative of Jim Howard and teacher of a country school on Martins Fork south of here is receiving many words of praise ow ing to his bravery Wednesday morn Ing Upon entering the door to his schoolhouse an unusually large wild cat sprang into his face It was a des perate fight but at length Howard sac ceeded in killing the animal which Is now on exhibition in the schoolhouse DRIVEN INSANE BY HEAT A Negro Track Layer Attacked a Fet low Laborer Louisville Ky Aug 27 Driven sane by the heat Ernest McQuadc a Negro track layer employed by the Louisville City railway struck Waver ly Thomas a fellow laborer on the head with a pickax Reuben James in attempting to get beyond the reach of McQuade released a crowbar tinder a rail which In springing upward cut a gash In James neck The injuries ot Thomas and James are believed to be fatal AROUSED FROM HIS SLEEP A Breathltt County Man Shot and Killed the Disturber Jackson Ky Aug 27Bhil Slays shot and killed Ed Wlnmarf a Breath itt county farmer at the formers blind tiger In Knott county Sunday night Winman and a friend went to Slays tiger for whisky Finding the place closed they tried to unlock the door Falling in this Wiotnar celM to Slays who was asleep in an adja cent house Slays responded it a leged by firing tae shot taking effect WinmanVbrcast killing him in stantly Soldiers Were Shocked Jackson Ky Aug 27As a number of soldiers were finishing their din ners Wednesday in their camp in the courthouse yard a large maple tree near the mess hall was struck by lightning The soldiers escaped with slight shocks Scrgt Miller at first was thought to be killed but after re ceiving medical attention he was able to walk around the camp Negro Lodge of Elks Lexington Ky Aug 28Using a ritual which was stolen by a Negro janitor from a Cincinnati Elks lodge several years ago 30 Negroes organ ized an elks lodge here and formally elected officers Since the stealing of the ritual several such lodges have beep organized but meanwhile the grand lodge has changed the ritual Held to the Federal Court Columbia Ky Aug 28Jack Rey nolds J B Harvey R Knight An drew Huddleston and Ben Wilson charged with moonshlnlng were held to the federal court Thursday Going to the Grass Lexington Ky Aug 28The ta molts pacing gelding Audobon Boy 2034 owned by James Catcomb who arrived here Thursday from Hart ford Ct is to be fired and turned out Newcomer to the Turf Lexington Ky Aug 28W S Wit Hams of Spring Station Ky has par chased of J B Haggin a trio of likely youngsters which he will lace next season Ho is practically a newcomer to the turf and a son of J1k Williams for years a figure on western tracks Feet Were Terribly Mangled Mlcldlebnrg Ky Aug 28Benja min Hutchison of the Highland sec tion met with a very painful and per haps fatal accident by being run over by a traction engine his feet being terribly mangled Lockjaw is feared Babe Poisoned on Stov Polish Latonia Ky Aug 28Only the most vigorous and untiring efforts of a physician saved the life of little Sarah Hall of this place The babe a yearold toddler was poisoned by drinking the contents of a sample bottle of stove polish ExGpv Bradley Better Louisville Ky Aug 28 Former Gay W O Bradley who has been con fined to his bed for several days is expected to be out In a short time Gov Bradley has been suffering from the heat Mistaken For a Burglar Newport Ky Aug 27W J Theo bald a wellknown traveling man re siding at 705 Overton street made an awful mietike about 3 oclock Wed nesday morning when he fired at n youthful telegraph messenger boy supposing that he was a burglar Juror Fitzpatrlek Not Dead Louisville Ky Aug 27A telegram from Paintsvllle states that Burns Fits Patrick the juror who hung the Jett White jury at Jackson is not dead Fitzpatrick was reported to liRve died la JobBSon county A TYPOGRAPHICAL TRAGEDY d Ifevrspaper Ofiee Somewhat Crippled flirt Not Entirely Incapaci tated t r Bnilnnu 1 4 9e are to thay explained the editor of the Sktdunk Weekly News accord ing to the Richardson Tex Echo that our compothmg room wath entered lath signs by unknown thcoundrel and tbtolt verT eth Ia the etntabllthment and thuc ceededin making bitbethcapeundttecttd It hath n t f courth1to pro cure a new of an for thithithus and we are thath compelled tooto in thituation embarrathipf and dithrethinf butwethce no oLktr courttt to than to sake the betJiHIitaf ierwe curio get along without the mithincliU ter and we therefore print the KewtVoa time regardleth of the loth thuthtained The motive of the mitherablemitchrtant ith unknown to uth but doubllstb wath vs Ytnie for thorns thubpotBed Inthult It thai never be thaid that the petty of thmallthonled villian hath Uth abled the Isewth and if tbith meet the eye of the detethtable ratbcalnre to atbure him that he underethtitnatetti the re tthouceth of a firtlmchathewthpsrwhen he he can hopeletbly by brtakmg into the alphabet We take ccca to tbav to furthermore that be fore next Thurthday we will bare tortsitmeth ath many ethethath tie thtole TRICKIBC Way of gcorlnr Wife ExirTgenes VlthoMt Ha2alnar a Family DUturbanec lie drew a letttr from bu pocket glinted at i and nattily put it back and there was rornethinginthewayhedid ittbat attracted attention lie meant that itshouldsay the Chicago Post wonder sire said to herself what in that Utter He certainly was mightily disconcerted when it from his pocket Later he changed his coat for hi track convenientlynearThe temptation was too great to be re futed and when he was out of the room the slyly abstracted the letter from his pocket as doHer thebill for her latest gown with comments en ei tirtravagane written across it She wanted withoutbetraying t4pleasantlya mean man The J aV Agree Staunton Ark Aug 31st Newa comet from Duff Co this state that Mr T E Reeve a Justice of thePeace at that has written a letter recommending Podia Kidney Pills in which he says 1 think Dodds itidney Pills cant be beat for Kidney Trouble Iwish them every success The local J P Mr E B Cox agrees with his brother Justice on this point for he safe 1 had a bad case of Kidney Trouble and was not able to do a days work without p great distress I bought six boxes of Dodd a Kidney Pills and alter 1 bad used threv boxes I was all fright I am as well as ever and I cannot praise Dodds Kidney Pills too t1Isonic friends of mine who bad found out 4what it 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circumstancesmay be or how small their income need be with out the best cooking or heating stove made iTommy How does Jimmy like his neir work Job says there ithin thejnat er wits it ee1t the pay u an the r Glasgow Evening Times a s To Care a Cold I Quo D jy Take Laxative Brorao Oninine Tablets AH ht a druggists refund money it it fails to cure 25c j A word to tbvise is sufficient why do agents call us smart men and then try to sell usa whole dictionary Chicago Trib tine One consolation about a mean man is that tiIaPisos Cure cannot be toohiRhlysrokenc as a cough cureJ W OBrien 322 Third Ave N Minneapolis Minn Jan 6 1000 ijAtmercialTribune The Overland Limited solid train Chi cago to the Coast Chicago Union Pacific NorthWestern Line The man who marries for money cer tainly earns it Chicago p If you want creamery prices do as the creameries do use June Tint Butter Color Human rakes serape very little together Chicago Dally News c y SUFFERED FOK FIFTEEN YEARS tsnlsttii festonl ts Health Sirs P Brunzel wife of P Brunzcl stock dealer residence 8111 Grant Arc Everett Wash says For fifteen years I suffered with terrible pain in my back I experimented with doctorsand medi cines but got little it any relief actually believe thVachinff in my back and through I the groin became i worse I did not know what it was toenjoy a aI5ss nights rest and arose in the morning feel lag tired and unre s ii meshed My suffer ing sometimes was S S 4i simply indescribable Finally I saw Deans Kidney Pills ad vertised and got a box After a few doses I told my husband that I was feeling much better and that the pills were doing me good When I finished t that box I felt like a different woman I didnt stop at that though I con tinued the treatment until 1 had taken five boxes There was no recurrence until a week ago when I began to feel miserable again I bought another box and three days treatment restored me to health Deans Kidney Pills act very effectively very promptly relieve the aching pains and all other lug difficulties 1 have recommended them to many people and will do so when opportunities present them selves A Free Trial of this great kidney medicine which cureC Mrs Brnnzel will be mailed to any part of the United States on application Address Foster Milburn Co Buffalo NY For sale by all druggists price SO cents per box I PAY SPOT CASH FOR MILITARY BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS Issued to soldiers of any war Writ ms atone mANn B BBGEB BanS Block Denver Colo k a5 V CI it i s t t o P 7 s t JI F R Cwi sj ir ir-g Giving to the Lord and R Giving to the Poor tp GiviDJr to the Latter III Not AlwGYII Equivalent1 to Giving to tile Lord I Sermon by the Highway nd Byway Preacher 1J IJ j Copyrlrhl by J M Edson Cht ago Sunday AUR a a II 1CXtYe have tho poor with you doIways and whtnjoever ye will ye may them Jood1lark H7 S IN the days when Jesus lived among men so It Is today the poor are present with us Jesus was peculiarly the friend of the poor The word of prophecy declared that the Christ who was to omc should preach the Gospel to the poor and it was that passage from Isaiah which Jesus quoted be presented Himself as the whenI Messiah at Nazareth The the Lord is upon Me because He bath- annalnted Mo to preach the Gospel to 4 the poor Ho hath sent Me to heal the brokenhearted to preach deliverance 5 to the captives and recovering of sight to the blind to set at liberty them that are bruised to preach the acceptable f year of the Lord When John the I Baptist sent his disciples to inquire of i I Jesus if He was the Christ He replied i Go and shew John again those things which ye do hear and seeThe poor have the Gospel preached to them Although Ho was rich yet for our rsakes He became poor He identified cc himself with the poor and needy and k hand was always outstretched to I rhelp them It could not possibly be I with any reasonable Justice that He ever selfishly claimed for Him s self anything that might have been be stowed upon those who were poor And yet in the incident which is before us we find some of the disciples murmur Ing against the pouring of the pre I clous and costly ointment upon Jesus4 head and claiming that the ointment should have been sold and the poor I remembered But Jesus whoso thought Awas always for the poor rebukes them and declares Ye have the poor with p L iuialways and whensoever ye will ye may do them good but Me ye have Vi Sot always The poor were ever F present with them affording a perpet ual opportunity for the deed of charity and kindness They were to be remem 1 bered they were to be helped and whensoever anyone so desired he was glCtswhichf lo They belonged wholly to the Lord 4 Himself There were times when even the poor must be forgotten In render t Ing full and appreciative service to the Lordf pL1 ItT Is a matter of proper adjustment I Iof ourselves to tho Lord and to those about us Both have their claims upon us Thc giving to the one must i not take from the other that which is rightfully due We recognize of course the beautiful truth that he who serves the Lord 4ScripturoplaInly declares that he that lv hath pity upon tho poor lendeth unto sV the Lord And Jesus th the picture dayra cup t oter to the needy as having ren v dereo that service to Jesus Himself XVe may not meet Jesus In the flesh t and minister unto Him hut the poor we have with us always and Wfl may find in their need opportunity Mess ed service unto the Lord Bit In ihl service there is danger of w m Judgment in dagice an kIn Rer sjCTTriinbe The jusiAt be carelul adjustment Y1 e proper ndjuatment of the delicate ha ante wheel iumy watch I y determines uether the worknrifl rUn z or not ItM revolution ot the little f wheel is1 nl equal in each direction so as to properly act on the escapement and permit the springs to drive L j V the wheels my watch is good t r tar nothing as a timekeeper Ev cry thing else about the watch may be of the best material and workmanship s hulIf the balance wheel Is not proper ly adjusted It will be of no more ser slldedplayI proudly carries And eo It Is in re gird lo our relations to the Lord and- S the poor An adjustment which ena bles one to render to each the rightful devotion and service is ths only ad justment which Is fair to both For tMnryto have sold her box of ointment b for three hundred pence and distrlbu perhapsts but It would have robbed the Lord of that evidence of the exquisitely tender comCortedri iiday of His ministry upon eaztb f 1 Mary did not err is evident1UATa our Lords rebuke to the mur t mUring disciples and His commenda i lion of the deed of Mary Shewas so i adjusted In her relationship with her i f Lord and those about her that she did Ynot allow the physical distress and the i eeds of the latter to obscure her Lord 1t and make her forget that the spiritual was far more Important than the phy thef1 + Important to some of the disciples than cy t eIoveand devotion and spiritual 1II t prceptIonofaMary Human standards Godfr o uses pence to the poorwould have secured theJt been known as a philanthropist among It efi hut the Lord would nevcf have i ha4 the privilege of siring ls gin t oJeaa and Stlmonlal ft t which bascomewlthJta1ref fragrance q i t ilewn thus through the years Was Mary lacking In her sense of the needs et4the poor Were the critical disc Ytf lM more zealous in charitable enter rIses than their Lord Marys offer t BI the criticism of the disciples and t Jews rebuke bring thelrmessage and f i tkileason to us of today tit ARYS OfferiBS We may not lit 1 erally bring our alaaster boxes f I tpreci9ua ointment aid anoint the t ilieaa of our Lord as dhlMBry but wet say discover the uts or motives jr hjti constituted her act and therein find the secret of adjustment IIch will give to the Lord and give Z thC po raildwHl win from the l idthe commendation She hath jjfjnreught a good work There was fel I or deep syHipatheUc Insight Zl3to Jesus inner 9nd re lfeA1ere spiritual perception 6r clear Wi e uding oJ 3ua miss 1onnto the ySrld andyat layrt foraHim and e yfJgrater1fJov and devotion IAce4JI W qi Mt41v L i i i i It was not a superficial sentiment a pitying love because of what Jesus was to suffer which stirred Marys heart to its foundations and prompted her to give her precious ointment Everything was shut out from Marys vision that day save her own needy soul and the Saviour it had brought to earth that it might be redeemed The poor Yes they were in the very community where Jesus at that moment was din ing perhaps there were sorae of them hanging on the outer edge of that gathering but the poor were not the supreme object of Jesus mission The ministry to time temporal and physical needs of the poor was vastly over shadowed by tho ministry of sahatlou the ministry which went deeper than physical needs and laid hold upon the dead soul and lifted higher than the laerg comfort of this life and gave an eternal possession in Heaven IN these days of lavish giving and splendid organized charities the poor are remembered and provided for as never before in the worlds history Charitys operations are reduced to a science but the Lord and His mission to the poor are forgotten Temporal benefits are allowed to obscure the eternal needs of the soul The alabas ter boxes arc sold and the pence are given to feed and clothe the poor and human pride and selfconscious ness swell in the heart and exclaim See Lord how splendidly thy servant hath wrought But were the soul sen sitive to the voice of time Sa lour they would hear Him say Ye have the poor with you always and when ye will ye may do them good Ye have constant opportunities to minister to their physical needs hut the supreme offer ing is the alabaster box of fellowship with Me of realization of My mission to earth of iqvlng gratitude because of what I have wrought for you It is not the giving of the 300 pence to relieve a temporary need but the offer ing of the best one has to the Lord that one may goforth equipped to give the Lords best to the needy souls of the poor Criticism Much criticism Is THE that the churches raise and expend so much for the evangelization of the world and so little in direct lines of charity The sociologist points with pride to his neighborhood settlements his clubs his schools for the poor and challenges the churches to show like zeal for the bettering of human conditions It Is the complaint of the disciples modernized The disciples said This ointment might have been sold for more than 3QO pence and have been given to the poor The modern critic says See the vast amounts the churches are spending in spreading the Gospel This money might better be devoted to the alleviation of the condition of the poor of our own land Is the criticism just and if not wherein does the criticism err Both questions may be answered by the same state ment Jesus did not come Into the world to better the condition of the poor He came that He might through His sacrifice save the souls of men His mission to the poor is not to give more loud better clothing and shelter but to lift the dead soul to life In Mini and when this has been done food cloth Ing and shelter fwllow The best the noikT nr jij for i r r does not jro ioad the irUih of ttP Trrf t v which Christ does d which ailed His disciples to help Him 1 carry on brings better conditions in this life and prepares the soul for Heaven JESUS Rebuke And if Jesus were on earth today lie would answer the modern critics as He did those who murmured at Mary Ye have the poor with you always and whensoever ye will ye may do them good It was not Jesus purpose to set the poor aside and refuse to recognize their claim for help In fact His reply is a positive recognition of the poor and their claims upon their fellowmen and especially the Christian The rebuke is not against the desire to aid the poor but against the exalting of the temporal above the spiritual And until the higher claims of the latter are recognized one Is not in a position to administer to the temporal needs The least which one can do for the poor Is to teed and clothe and shelter If the help does not go beyond that point the unending years of eternity will reveal the folly of such ministry The poor ye have always and there is constant opportunity to help them physically but the supreme mission is to help them spiritually To withhold food and shelter and clothing so that the life perish would not be so terrible 81 to withhold the ministry which would bring the soul from death to life Death would forever end the physical suffering but death would only mark the beginning of the awful lack which the soul without Christ must know The poor ye have with you always and when ye will ye may do them good but the opportunity to tell of Christ and bring salvation to the soul Is fleeting The poor who die today do not take poverty from the wOrldye- have the poor with you alwayatutd- eath takes from the possible realm of our ministry precious souls who are perishing in their sins We may give our alabaster boxes to the poor and rob the Lord We must give the Lord our best our all and then we will be ready to give to the poor Marys ala baster box broken has sent its fragrance out Into all the world and borne fruit In Christly ministry but the alabaster bor sold in cold charity and given to the poor ends Its mission when the last of the 300 pence is spent thought and this lesson were- forclblydrlyenhome1 to my heart during my summer vacation last year which J spent awheel My pockets were not filled with con but the roomy bag on my bicycle was filled with the precious Wortf of God Pretty illumi nated Scripture texts and Testaments the living Word of God which shall not pass away rather than treasures of this world which perish with the using The thought that In the country districts there were many needy souls who seldom or never camo un dcr religious influences or heard Ibc Word of God who might be reached through my itinerant ministry 1m pelted me forw rdAnd I did find such j found one halfgrown boy who had never heard of Jesus poor hardworking mother IfoundoneIhad dr1venber from the UfWtfiMUuv ghf o rtk 1 i firJ t ti r t = VV Ii Vf she did not pray any more She used to bo a Christian she said And the words of Jesus Come unto Me all yoI that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you ret came to her heart t that day with new meaning and new hope And I found the poor the des perately poor to whoso temporal needs I was not able to minister but to whom tho Lord blessedly opened the way to servo them in their spiritual needs was an unfamiliar road over ITwhich I traveled I had never been that way before and I knew nut what I would meet with along its pathway and rather strangely but providential ly I believe the first opportuniy came to me at the county poor house It was not slIver coin which I had to give to the poor that day but I did long to break the alabaster box of my love and devotion at the feet of my Lord in order that He might take anti use nIto the blessing of some poor soul As I entered the poor house grounds I met the superintendent antI secured his permission to visit the inmates of tho place both In the building and upon time grounds which were shady and comfortable with their benches under the trees A group of six or eight aped and dccrepid men were gathered there I had my Testaments anti Scripture cards handy and as I entered thoI group I gave each a card and spoke a cheery howdcdo Here were men with a place to stay antI meager datlj food to nourish the body but no place to call home Ah how rayed that the Lord would enable me to speak some word of Mis eternal brightness rnd truth which would shine as a bea con light to the poor souls and light their way to Heaven I did try to tell them of the Christ anti the mansions He had gone to prepare in the heavens for them that love Him Some seemed to understand Some were German and could not understand my speech They were all interested and I know enjoyed my visit One of the group seemingly more Intelligent than the rest displayed much interest In the things whereof I was speaking I gave him a Testament and the last I saw of him ho was seated with the other about him reading the precious Word of God Perhaps that day new visions were opened up to him which will grow brighter as his failing lays fade into the grave Perhaps some day tho pauper whom I met that day will greet me on the other side and we will re4 jolce together in the riches and comfort and joy of the Fathers house As I was glad to meet him that day and clasp his hand so shall I rejoice to call him brother In the presence of Him who loved us and gave Himself for us God looked down upon that illsorted group of human beings His gaze penetrated the homely illfitting garments of th paupers and my not elegant but better dress and saw beneath the needy souls of each and all for God is no respecter of persons But for the grace and favor of God I might ban been numbered among those lonely outcasts Be that as it may God In His love was tenderly yearning towards these souls as He was towards me and I needed the blood of Jesus Christ to cleanse me from all sin oven as did they It is good sometimes to strip ones self of social distinction and worldly position and favor and try to view the naked soul as it is placed along side of the soul ot one whom the world hardly deigns to look upon and considers a burden because public funds are needed to house clothe and feed the poor outcast liE bird in the tree top sends forth his 1 note of sweet song and then swing- Ing off upon the breeze he mountsup upon the glittering shafts of the sunbeam Into the biue of heaven and is r t iotv and sound and it is rot hard i If r ue that he has gained the rarv t rfhe f 11 amlls mthillug hi rare- mLc II itii that of the angelic hosts Tbe rich farmer drives by and with a commisseratlng glance at the poorhouse he talks with me about his flab farm down yonder which he is going to visit I met him that day This Is no flne figure imagination This is real life as the Lord opened it up to me that day The rich farmer with his heart hurled in the soil and his glance reach It g no higher than the tassclling corn tops which drank in the Heavensent sunshine and cool evening dew who taw the reddening and glovlng sunset re fleeted in the rosycheeked apples hanging In heavy profusion from the bending limbs and never thought of Him who had tinted the swelling sides of the luscious fruit but was carefully figuring on the number of barrels he could send to marketand the price they would bring The pauper in the poor house grounds heard the song of the bird that day Per has his soul bounded upward with the flight of the bird in prophetic promise of the resurrection morn The rich farmer with his bursting granaries his spanking team and his finn farm down yonder wasconeriag his soul so deep with this worlds possessions that It never could hear the glad music of the resurrection morning but would sleep the heavy sleep of death until summoned to appear before God and then pats on into the outer darkness Which is the brighter picture after all The poor outcast In the paupers home with rich thought toward Heaven mounting up with the flight of the bird or the rich farmer whose whole heart was wrapped up in his visit to his fine farm down yonder If I had had the wealth of a Vanderbilt to have bestowed upon those paupers and I had emptied that poor house that day and given each a mansion and a bank ac count It would not have pleased my Lord so much I believe as the ministry which I rendered in His name and for His sale And Is not this our greatest obligation to the poor Mere charity which alleviates physical suffering does not fulfill our highest obligation to them If the Itfrd and His claim upon the poor are left out If the greatest need of the poor salvation in Christ and treasure In Heaven Is not supplied then have we failed We may have given tothe poor but we have not given to the Lord The poor we have always with us and when we will we many do them good but let us not forget to break our alabaster boxes ot love and devotion and gratitude at Jesus feet as we seek to give to the Lord the precious souls of the poor No Iloom for Frtt4nir- In my present journey I am content with whatever cntertslnment I meet with and my companions are always in good humor This must be the spirit of all who take Journeys with me If a dinner Illdressed hard bed a poor room a shower of rain or a dirty road will put them out of hu raor it lays a burden upon me greater ilhnn all the rest put together By the graleof God I will never Cret1 re pine at nothing I am discontented with nothing And to have persons at my ear fretting andmurmuring at ev erythlng la like tearing the flesh off my bones 1 see Gcd sitting upon Hit yJonsa Li l tii C iI T 111M jlxOJ1 I 4 s J t POWERS THIRO TRIAL Again Pound Guilty of Com Illicit in Gocbcl Murder Special Judge Robblns Overruled Motion For New Trial and Sentenced Him to Hang November 25 Case WlliBeAppeaied- Georgetown Ky AUK aCaleb Powers was Saturday found guilty of complicity In the assassination of Wil liam Goubcl and sentenced to death Special Judge Hobhlns formally overruled a motion for the granting of new trial and passed sentence of heath upon him alter a declaration of tho prisoner I am not guilty Judge The court fixed November 25 next as tho day for the execution The attorneys for the defendant secured the grant- Ing of an appeal for Vie case to tho Kentucky court of appeals and If tin yuccessful tbey may try to get the United States supreme court to take it under consideration Powers was the coolest man In the courtroom when the verdict was read and sentence pro nounced against him He was Imnic dllily removed to the Scott Jail to be there held pending the appeal of his case to time higher courts Powers refused to say anything after the rendition of the verdict only saying that he had said all that he cared to In his speech to the Jury ROBBED THE OFFICE Two Men Killed and Two Wounded By HoldUp Men Chicago Aug 31 Without a word of warning two men were killed and two others wounded by holdup men at the barns of the Chicago City Railway Co Sixtynrst and State streets at an early hour Sunday The shooting was done by three men who escaped after securing 3000 Three of the men who were shot were working In the cash- Iers office and the other was a motorman asleep In the outer office The men In the office were shot before they were awards of the robbers presence and the motorman was killed as he was rising from a bench where he had been asleep The robbers took no chances but die posed of all the opposition of the em ployes before they entered the office Choosing the time when the employes were busily engaged In balancing up the receipts of the night Just after the last conductor had turned in his money and left the barns the robbers suddenly appeared at the receiving window and began shooting The first intimation those Inside the office had that anything was wrong was when they heard the shots The first bullet struck Stew art and he fell to the floor without a word Biehl and Edmond who wero sitting near Stewart turned to see what was the matter but before they could leave their chairs they were rendered helpless by the wehl directed bullets of the robbers Johnson tho motorman who was asleep on a bench In the outer office hearing the noise started up to go to the assistance of his companions but was shot and killed before he could get to his feet Mak- Ing sure that all opposition had been removed the robbers then broke open the door of the casaiers office with a sledge hammer and secured 3000 in bills which was lying on the desk They then made their escape Four men were arrested three hours after the robbery on susplciGnx being implicated in the crime bt f l not a yr been identified SjfPOSED FITOF TrfANITy Woman Killed Herself After Attempt Ing the Life of Her Daughter New York Aug 31In a supposed fit of Insanity Mrs Kathleen Johnson 20 years old living In an apartment House at Fifth avenue and Ono Hundred and First street Sunday attempted to kill her 7yearold daughter Alice cutting her right wrist with a carving knife and then slashed her own left wrist and her throat with the same weapon inflicting injuries from which she died a few hours later Tim little girl will recover THE CREW ESCAPED Passenger Steamer Burned to the Wa ters Edge at Her Dock Detroit lflehAug31The passenger steamer Pittsburg running between Cleveland and Sault Ste Marie Mich and owned by the Georgian Bay Transportation Co of which W J Brown of this city is manager burn ed to the waters edge at her dock in Sandwich Ont early Sunday Tho crew escaped uninjured Letter Carriers Meet Syracuse NY Aug 31Tho1- 4th annual conventiorrof the National Association of Letter Carriers will open In this city Monday and from present Indications It promises to be one of toe largest in the history of the organization For the Featherweight Championship St Louis Aug 31 Johnny Regan bantomweigbt of Brooklyn N Y and Abe Attell featherweight of San Fran clsto have been matched to fight be fore the West End club here Septem her 3 for the legitimate featherweight championship of the world Senator Hanna Much Improved Cleveland 0 Aug 31 Senator M A Hanna who was taken suddenly a row days ago In his office was much improved Sunday and will go to his office to attend a political conference with state leaders Collieries Will Close Shamokln Pa Aug 31Notlce was issued by the Union Coal Co that next Tuesday all their collieries in this region employing 3000 men will b5 closed down for an Indefinite period on account pf an overcrowded coal marketHeld on Serious Charge Berlin Aug 31A sergeant and six privates employed In the German army magazine near Mete have been arrested on the charge of selling to agents of a foreign power the secret of manufacturing a new bomb fuse To Resume Operations Chattanooga Tenn Aug 29Judge- CD Clark Friday Issued an order to Capt T B BiSh and Thomas AGIl Jesple receivers of the Southern Car and Foundry Co authorizing them to resume operations at the Lenoir City and Memphis plants- Application For Receiver Newport News Va Aug 29AppU cation for a receiver for the Hampton 1oads Railroad and Electric Co was mfcfje Friday Sn the federal court at Norfolk by John GrTPoweJlJ0ros of PI9de1phha tcimprliP 2 nL 07I r T i f THE FOURTH RACE Reliance Was In the Lead When Con test Was Declared Off New York Aug 2GIn a glorious whole sail breeze over a triangular course ten miles to a leg the fleet flooted cup defender Reliance again Tuesday showed her heels to Sir Thomas Uptons challenger taking the second race of the cup series of 1903 by the narrow margin of one min utfl and 19 seconds It was as pretty anti as hard a fought contest as has ever been sailed off Sandy Hook and hall the wind not fallen during the last ten minutes the record for time course 3 hours 12 minutes and 15 seconds made by Columbia two years ago in her memorable race against Shamrock II would have been broken As It was Reliance sailed the 30 miles with in two minutes and 39 seconds of the record which speaks wonders for her speed in tho wind that was blowing Reliances victory narrow as it was would have been even smaller had not Capt Wrlngc the skipper of the Brit- Ish ship bungled the start sending his craft over the line 19 seconds after time last gun and handicapping her to that extent At every point of sailing the defend ers superiority was demonstrated SHAMROCK TIlE THIRD She gained one minute and 51 seconds in windward work 40 seconds on the run to the second mark and 45 sec onds on the close reach for home Based upon the maginflcent showing she has made in tho two races al ready sailed it is the belief of many experts that the cup is safe antI that it will take something better than Fifes latest creation to oven budge It Capt Barr said Thats number two Now we will get ready for the thirdNew York Aug 28Wlth Reliance less than a third of a mile from tho finish and Shamrock III hull down on the horizon fully two miles astern of the defender the fourth race of the present series for the Americas cup Thursday was declared off because of the expiration of the time limit of 5Yz hours as appointed on Thursday last Although officially it was no race the defeat administered to the challenger was so Ignominious that whatever lingering hope remained in the breasts of the friends of Sir Thomas boat van islieti into thin air Reliances victory In ew r 1 that ut H i ta tUsailed out pointed 4 otuoo was a pro cession from stan tu finish with Shamrock bringing up the rear Here shoffs boat beat Shamrock III hope lessly in the in miles of windward work rounding the outer mark 12 min utes and 29 seconds and down the wind Reliance steadily increased tho lead The real race of the day was not in the run against Shamrock but in the exciting struggle of Reliance in the last halt hour to reach the finish line before the regatta committee fired the gun which announced the expira tlon of the time limit Had the wind freshened 20 minutes earlier than it dill the cup series would have ended Thursday with three straight wins for the defender and Fifes light weather boat would have sailed back to Al bions shores one of the most disas trously worsted challengers in the his tory of the Americas cup contests The next race which will be like the one attempted Thursday 15 miles to leward or windward and return will be sailed on Saturday New York Aug 31For the first time in the history of Americas cup contest a race has been postponed be cause of too much wind Following the futile attempt of Thursday it was earnestly hoped that Saturdays con test would be decisive The race will be run Monday London Aug 31A cable dispatch was sent to Sir Thomas Lipton offer ing to guarantee the expenses if he will arrange for a series of five races between the Reliance and tho Sham rock III with their crews exchanged Talk of Races on Other Side Glasgow Aug 28A movement is afoot to have Clyde yachtsmen present an international cup and invite Amer- Icans to compete on this side of the Atlantic The conditions are to be the same as those which govern the Americas cup Warden Allagood Dismissed Atlanta Ga Aug 28 Warden Alla good who whipped Mamie Decrist with a leather strap at a prison farm two months ago lost his Job Thursday The prison commissioners named his successor Staking Out Claims Oaxaca City Mex Aug 8Exclte ment hero is at fever heat over the wonderfully rich gold deposit at Ejut la All mining men as well as many business men and lawyers have gone in a wild rush to Ejutlan and aro stak- Ing out claims vardanvan For Governor Memphis Tenn Aug 28lncom pleto returns from the Mississippi primary election held Thursday received by tim Commercial Appeal Thursday night tend to indicate the nomination of James K Vardaman for governor The Request Refused Guthrie Okla Aug28Word was received here from the war department refusing to grant the request of citizens of Comanche county to take the Apache Indian chief Gero nimo to the St Louis exposition together with 15 other chiefs Unprecedentedly Heavy Rains Kansas City Mo Aug 28Unpre ced m edly heavy rains north and west or Kansas City have caused the Kan as iI Mlssurl rivers to rise sudden ly lo uriusuel elghts and bp results may roYe ra f t 1 t Jf FIRED AT A CONSUL Attempt to Assassinate Wni C MagelsSen at Beirut Syria The European Squadron Has Been Or dered to Proceed to Turkish Water to Protect the Interests of Americans Washington Aug 29A decidedly new turn In the case of United States ViceConsul Wm C Magelssen at Bel rut Syria who was reported to have been assassinated last Sunday devel oped Friday night when it became known that the report was Incorrect and that although Mr Magclascn had been shot at he had not even been Injured This Information came to the state department Friday night in a dispatch from United States Minister Leishman at Constantinople who said the mistake in making the orig inal announcement was due to an er ror in the transmission of the cipher dispatch from Consul Rayndal at Bei rut in reporting the incident to the minister The dispatch from the min- Ister was communicated to the pres ident at once at Oyster Bay Acting Secretary Loomis declined to make public the text of Minister Irishmans dispatch but he gave a summary of its contents- It showed that Mr Magelssen had been shot at by some person at tho time unknown to the officials but that he had not been hit The local Turkish officials were prompt to ex press their regret at the occurrence and were exerting themselves to apprehend the assassin but thus far had been unsuccessful The ministers dispatch also said that Consul Rayn dal had reported to him that some of the foreign consuls located at Beirut had reported to their governments that the situation at that place had become exceedingly unsafe that this condition of affairs had existed for some time and that something ought to be done to relieve the tension The opinion was expressed that the attempted as sassination of Magelssen probably would bring matters to a focus the at tention of the Turkish government be- Ing drawn to the matter In this Core ble way and some effort thus be made to avoid further trouble Oyster Bay Aug 29PresIdent Rbosevlt was informed Friday night cf the Incorrectness of the report that Vice Consul WmC Magelssen at Bel rut Syria had been assassinated The president expressed gratifica tion that he had escaped without in injury from the wouldbe assassin He announced however that no change at present would be made in the plans of this government and that the Eu ropean squadron which he Thursday night ordered to proceed immediately to Beirut would continue to Its or dered destination- It can be said that the president anti Secretray of State Hay both regard it advisable In view of the present state of unrest In Turkey to have Ameri can war vessels In Turkish waters For several hours Friday President Roosevelt and Secretary of State Hay were in conference at Sagamore Hill They discussed every suggested phase of the situation in Turkey At the conclusion of the conference Secretary Hay announced his intention of return- Ing immediatetly to Washington Constantinople Aug 31Slnce the representations made by United States Minister Leishman regarding time at tempt on the life of Vice Consul Ma gelssen tue authorities at Beirut are displaying a marked activity in their tortsJv Iltltl te culprit 1oniKi vic 1A dispatch from Constantino iatti Agut 29 to the Exchange Telegram Co sa it Is iii derstood that after an Int i wiij Foreign Minister Tewflk Pasha Minis tel Leishman requested Washington to recall the European squadron which has been ordered to Beirut Washington Aug 31The bureau of navigation of the navy department has been advised that the cruisers Brooklyn and San Francisco sailed from Genoa Sunday morning and are expected to arrive at Beirut Friday London Aug 3LA Sofia come spondent says that the Beirut affair was merely a wedding party Indulging in a fell de joie and the shots were not directed with design again Vice Consul Magelssen SNAPPED THE HANDCUFFS A Constable Wanted To Show His Wife How They Worked Pittsburg Aug 31Henry Lauer man constable of the thirtyfirst ward in order to show his wife how hand cuffs worked put them around her wrists The cuffs snapped together and Lauerman had no key to unlock them There was nothing to do but go down to the police station Mrs Lauerman did not want to march through the streets handcuffed so they decided to wait until dark Mrs Lauerman had to cat her supper with the handcuffs on and afterward they went down to the Southside police station where Capt Fredericks un locked imprisonedwifeA Honolulu Aug 29The Honolulu Bar association has drafted a memorial to congress asking that the number of supreme justices of the territory of Hawaii be inc reased from three to five owing to the large number of cases awaiting decision The DeRennee Trophy Savannah Ga Aug 29The De Rcnnee trophy match in the interstate shoot Friday resulted In a victory for the Georgia team which scored 880 out of 1050 The United States army team was second with 829 Bonds and Municipal Stocks Missing St Paul Minn Aug 29An cOnch ope said to contain government bonds and copper mining stock valued at U 500000 which Joseph Ptcard says he placed in a vault at the state capitol 1C years ago for safekeeping can not be found Woman Killed By Lightning Conncllsville Pa Aug 29A storm passed over this section Friday dur Ing which people were lifted off their feet and houses were moved off their foundations A Slavish woman was killed bjr lightning Charged With Embezzlement SL Louis Aug 29 Albert Stlefel was arrested and will be returned to Columbus O where it Is charged he embezzled large sum of money and obtained several barrels 9f whisky un der false pretenses while in the em ployment of Cincinnati firm Steam Pipe Exploded Chicago Aug 29By the explosion of a steam pipe in the works of the Illinois Steel Co South Chicago Vrl day one man was killed one man tt missing and three weta seriously hurt The machinery wii wrecked JHiT E J F f 3 f CATARRII DESTROYS TilE KIDNEYS C4A Was MiserableGould Not Stand Up orWalk4 Peruna Cured 4j Many Persons Have Catarrh and Dont Know It WJ Mr Tnmes M Powell 631I CityMo 1 O F1 of Cherryvillc Kan f writesAbout four years ago I t suffered with a severe clfJ tarrhotthe bladder which causcdcontlnuedlrrliaIonandpaln and could not standup or walk for any length of time without extreme 1gllna new manJames At Powell Hundreds of DollarS Spent in Vain Mr Cvrlls Her shin an t Sheridan Ind writes Two years ago I was a sielc man Catarrli bad set tied in the pelvic organs making life a burden andIgivhifj tnc little hope of r recovery I spoilt hundreds of dollars in medicine which lid rue no good I was persuaded by 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ADVANCE I V Address nil communications THK ODTLOOK PunuBniKd CIJor to f JOHK W UONAKEB OwingBVillc i ICy g I addtihnuIdtldHgIcepraviouh ubtr bliR a change of CorrenpondentH when out of sta U6nery ihouTd mention fact onn l f4 I jt prate sUp of paper 4 I ftJgr t ANNOUrtCEHENT itt For Magistrate Wo are authorized to announec ti v thomas Jones as a candidate to as Magistrate InI i rJOwlngnllle district No6 subject to of the Democratic ar party t 4 For Stato Senator r We are authorized to announce t Wm B Whitt of Carter county a candidate Democratic nominee kIr lor the Senate from this district at Q the November election 1003 t L r LiQHTWtNQ met its match two f barload of them and struck it at I Bt Louis last week oJ J SIR THOMAS LIPTON will not thi year lift the cup that cheers bu a InebriateAIyoLCAtfo VESUVIUS is giving a continuous fireworks performance I 4 tin a sublime scale for the benefit t of summer tourists 4 f f IeaHE worlds hole lies in the c t lJ and their Macedonlan Bui I anan and otber Bnlknn adversar t lea killing each other out dLAI 1 4i taj Lou DILLON is tbo most outrng girl8ta r discredit She Rtioe the1 pace the 1 kllle all rivalry 4a j UKCLE SAM threatened to cat Ji Turkey without waiting forThnnks a giving but will likely forego the cxnctlyfJ t iii t 9 CALXB POWEKS was again bun d guilty at Georgetown of being a I partisan Republican and sentenced to be hanged though bo was I Louisville when Goebel was killed bAh t NEWSPAPER repot tors hostile I the State administration need to t 4ie very circumspect while inspect ing tbo public records at Frankfort if they dont want their countenan t CM aaahedJ- DDQKt WOOD ned Gay Davis aro rivaU for the Arkansas Governor ship and conducting a joint debate la the beat of the debate Wood f f knocked Davis off of tho speaking I stand As a political argument t Hhat is unanswerablea F FAHiozr Show ia in progress 17 atMad1on6quaro Garden in Nc- irJty YorkClty Zverythinginwouien Htjery fr the worlds centers of fashion will be exhibited worn on I 4 ft usgs by women Jhat a 2 Paradimfortbe gentler sex f PAHAMA wants lhccanalandthreatens ai Columbian government in order tot tietit hut Uncle Sam is bound by 44 f itreaty to discourage the revolution I ilfflflt to hltbe Columbian gOY ernnaent put it down The prosq JpeOtil not brigbtfur the PanamaI ljiroate unless the Columbian Senate f T iaJteen Wr 4 f SrCEETARY OF AGKICUITDRB WJL i lOxaDd Senator Marion Butler r if I South Carolina are sassing each v other over the corner in cotton Wilson takes the side of the North4 iS era aanufaeturers and condemns rSpeeolator Brown of New Orlonns4 iwhomade a8uocesof the corner WhileRtler thinks the cotton planters are incidentally benefited Cotton promises to bo a highly t4 pfottable L crop r IK the great international yacht raee tbe Amerfcancbampl n Re liance won two racea and far out c threefHfJIhawithin the time Ijmlt The Reliance onexnoror8cj 8 tbe Beliance it much the hotter boaVand takes his defeat with the graceIi VV UKCLX BAH got powerful huffy i VZ 4 Qast week when be beard that hii jVJeeCoDlul Margelssen at Beirut f thad been sauiDRudund sent ithrM wartblps to the ecenei to rj i jiaarn later that Margelssen was 1 4kai at but not bit Those revofu diIi t18lt1W are deep and devilish slyj i hey way have done the shooting in rySi torder to get Uncle Sams dander V up against the Turk 1Sy 4 1 t 4 T jBHksoN ESQ which hi ilither laae is Tow held an allowed 17Je ratfooonventfonjn Ohio last week Mad nominiued himself for f Governor on a Brynhic platform of 1 j the old school Among other aba aurditlM be endorsed bribe U S KenaUClarka soundmoney Dew oerat who voted for M v Vho1 lot of peoplu who aronptRel publienos will take n supreme if iII La the defeat of Johnson f dhlllYoute llJ j CORRPONDNCE- SlrvJew t Had JtrafJSaturdnyeenI j f ltta lcitlPe aipraf i 3c DiL sg ulltOh Perkirs J Weka4O3awkfer paje tlmol I iIWPithHO Ioavc f Is aid theoysotmntiieii r i ft ctPC tf i1a r4ta r tr r lIt T i i o Mrsiot1nrdwrjtes batk fnim Marlon Mint 8I 0 likes the country verywell cud thinks n per son eon do bettertlicro than herr AVo uiulcrpinnd her husband ic talking of Belling out anti going out there to live Sam Woodhrd went to Losing ton last wesk to see Noah Wood ard who has been thereat the Any lum fur about two mouths lIe says Noah is getting along finely nti thinks he will ho able to come home about Sept lOtlu Forco Hill Wo hail a nice little shower of rninliere Saturday afternoon Mrs Mntgant Knox is visiting her daughter Mrs L Vice Mr nnd Mrs W W Williams rpent Monday with friends in Salt Lick Mr and Mrs J Giodpaetor spent Saturday and SundRY with relatives on East Fork Sam Sorrell mowed from the Olympiiilastmove his family from Prickly Ash to the home vacated by Mr Sor rlland will clerk for his brother Ed hero Sprlnsrflold James Spratt tho small son of O B Sprat is vtry sick Mrs Katie Boyd visited Mrs Will Boyd at Judy Monday Mrs Francis Turner is visiting ShnrpstMrs Maggie Taylor who has been quite sick the past week is somo bettor Mrs Schmidt of Council Grove daughterMrs doughiersers and Mrs W A Boyd visited J M Gossott and family at Bethel Friday TbompsonMr daughterMissKatie lloyd Thursday Tom Grimes and wife Wallo- Boyd and wife N A Dimitt am wifo Misses EWe and Ruth Grimes VirgieDlmittwere the guests of Mrs Van Thompson Tuesday CroqksLvisiting rela CraigsnMrs D S Nixon is visiting roln veil at Salt Lick Stone Porgram of Mud Lick visited hero Sunday Ed Palmer of Owingsvillo was a visitor here Sunday CarysChopelWe had a good rain Saturday af ternoon which was badly needed Mrs James Horton and Mrs I W Carroll were at Olympia Sntur day Randolph Nixon has accepted n position at Olivo Hill aa assistant agentVMr8N onVpendletpn of How ards Mill visited friends here last week Isaac Pendleton wife and three relatlve8IeMrs Harry Fitoh Mid daughter of Olympia visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lee Thompson ot Midland City visited her parents Walker Cassity and wife last week Mrs Martha Bolts and Misses Eula and Mamie Thomas visited tho family of A Q Thomas near Mt Sterling one day last week Salt Lick EL Kercheval and wife are rusticating in New YorkV spentHundRY WA Whitcomb of Winchester made a flying visit to our town Sunday Mrs Lida Maupin was quite sic with neuralgia of the heart last week Two brick business houses are in course of erection i also five frame dwehiinghouseeV Miss Nannio Barber of More head was the guest of Mre Win Waddell Sunday The protracted meeting going on at the Christian Church continues with great interest BliBBCiell McGlossqri of Olympia spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Charles Clayton Misa Minnie Kerr accompanied FridayMrs Mlnnio Robbins and Nisi cityirgear Mrs fennie Hensloy returned Saturday tn her home in West Vir glnlaafter pleasant visit to her tethers family near town tvti inIwiiiiit6f a wagon vuo was 1lUuhVLoweyof Craigs bought theilweUnB house owned by Isaac Shouso and occupied by Mr Walk insbaw Mr Lowroy will remove here thy fall dauKbtorMissEnle night with tbo family of Press Jackson ien rte home from Ovy lJernlattir h r I i h S i r oF 0 r 0 f ro= wi West End Win Clayton is very ill Squirrels are plentiful Mrs Stephen Warner is some huller We had rains ana 6nturdnyIWm Clayton is ereclpg n large storchouso at riersahjuiiiJs- Grant Tipton is visit ng B F PiersulJ and wife this week W L Phclpsand wife are visiting friends nnd relatives hero Mrs A V inseam and Mrs John Berry aro at Whito SulpKur SpringsWe kill birds and other game when wo get ready Why not Tho county administration allows sawdust thrown in our streams killing our fish Our creeks arc dynamited to a finish Wyoming Several from hero havo bern attending the protracted mooting being held at Grange City v IJnckson E till have sold th lower huhof their farm toJ N- and Jeff Atchison at J5 per acre E W Morgan has sold lila nnd dwelling house to John lock and will move to Ashland soon Miss Nannie Barber of Martins burg nnd Mrs Wnddoll of Pius burg visited Mrs Helen Barber und SjA Barber Saturday and Sunday Misses Emma Phillips and Inez Barber returned Inst week from a weeks visit to Flemingsburg They attended the Mnysvillo fair while gonoMisses Calla Jones of Winches teri Lutio Brineger nnd Maud Capps of Sweet and Messrs Cam Brineger Arnold Capps and Bert Hawkins of Sweet visited E W Morgim Soturday and Sunday Okla There was a heavy fall of rain hero Saturday afternoon Mrs Frank Rood is very poorly with abscess on the brain Nick Reed of near Bethel was the guest of James Grain and tam ily Sunday i IiRobert McLain returned home from Indiana whore ho had been visiting for several weeks past Mr and M rs Ed Denton of ntari Hillsboro visited the latters moth or Mrs Eliza Grain Wednesday r last week John Markland wife and baby Virgilof Odessa visited tho lat tera parents Mr and Mrs Brad Jones Sunday Ed Denton nnd wife of Fleming Co were guests of the lattors brother Z T Grain and wife oiie night last week Mrs Sarah Hendrix and son John went Sunday to visit tho for moms daughter Mrs W T Atch ison and family of Sprout W 11 McClain and wifo wh had been here visiting tho formers parents A McClain and wife nnd other relatives loft Wednesday for their home in CrawfordavillvJLad tIre Nick tiled of near Bethel wligJfndtJeen hero several days vis iting her sister Mrs James Grain and family and other friends rey turned home Thursday She wayi accompanied home by Z T jCrain and Miss Carrie Vice 8Sharpsburit rA glorious good rain Saturday W P Berry is still quite a sick wan Jack Scott was in Owingsvillo Friday on business James Peters has gone to Cincin natl to learn the barbers trade Joe Crouch returned Wednesday from n prospectinG trip to Otrn- N ma V Bostain hauled water from Hinkston last week to run his flouring will D S Trumbo and wife of Beth el passed up on a visit to Mt Ster ling Tuesday J R Triplett and wire visited at Daniel Thompsons near Moore Odd Sunday kJamee Hickey Jr loft last week for Cincinnati to try his fortune in the Queen City f H C Utterback and John C Arnold made a business trip to ibel mountains last week f Caleb Utterback who is teaching near oqrefleird Nicholas county made ir visit homo Saturday Mr and Mrs Robert ShulW of Flat Crook were visitors at Mrs Malinda Heaths Wednesday Omar Berry of Carlisle after spending several weeks here with relatives returned home Sunday Misses Lida Howard and Rada Trlplott were guests of Miss Nelllo Heaton pear Judy from Friday until Monday Misses Lizzie Triplett and Lens Howard will be the guests of their cousin Mias Ohio Triplett near Mt Sterling this week Mrs SE Orear of near Mt Sterling is at tbo bedside of hor mother MrsTSarab A Triplettwho grippeiWill Bryant and wife of Judy Mrs Bryant of Kansas City and George SchlegeltjrNflW York City wero visitors Inot week at CABrowns Miss Blanche Lettpn of Littlo Rock was tho guest of Miss Lena Howard Friday night and was no liyMist1Lizzi Sterhingwcshero liness Jiruiole will be a carrier on one of thftjnev mall routes cstab lislied SzA1Vonornerycounty iVTV S W r JWp rj si Midland City We hind n flue rain hero Satur dnyJoo Atchison left last week to join the army There is talk of a new store here in tho near future Mrs Leo Thompson visited reIn tives at Preston lust week Mrs Sam li Uor nail daughterI are visiting relatives at week I Alroansn Stone nnd wife of near Owingsvilln attended church at Salt Lick Sunday Will Tones was called to the bedtside of bin mother at Grayfon day bhe died Inter Miss Minnie Saunders returned to her homo at Grayson after EOV emit weeks visit hEreITrav Myers left last week for parts unknown to tho writer m least His wife and children willi move hack to Farmers Unpar Prickly Ash Riley Chandler bought of R L Stone four heifers at 260 IIAlmnnzaB F Shrout was at Moore Ferry first of the week on business Mrs W W Case and Mrs Al munza Stone were in Owingaville shopping TuesdayV Little MIsS Edith Chandler daughter of Riley Chandler is on the sick list this week Henry Mann and wito of Nich olas county visited their sons John Edgar and Gus Mann last week Thomas Reid and wife Altnanza Stone and wife H A Lyter and wife attended Bro Tinsleya meet ing at Salt Lick Lundhy Caleb Ratliff and wife of Snit Lick Louis Gudgoll and fimilyof Sherhurne and Mrs Einmu Ilingo of Lexington wore guests of Daniel Harper and wife Saturday Craius A very good rain fell horo Sat urday The sick in this vicinity arc bettor at this timeVBrother Anderson preached hero Sunday night to a large crowd Born one day last week to Ira Robinson and wife a boytheir firstbornSorry hear of tho death of Vm Horsomau 1 guess our school will go on the same Richard Manley sold to Henry Hopkins a weanling mulo to bo de livered Oct let for fl750 There was baptising at Slate Sunday Aunt Mary Sexton was ono of tho converts She had been a member of the M E Church fur several ytiirs Hugh Lone sold his Hurt farm of 40 Crts of land to Johnnie Craig for 500 iced bought a hiciri e and four acres at Salt LId from Isaac Shouae for 000 Drive Goodpixfltcr mOld buck hero Saturday from ReycroidavihloV Low rti Vtrin ana Logan r rtl 1 iiftJ td 5 flr tn melt xlwook That Is gUt boys we know you both need rest y Grange City Mrs li J Hopkins in very pick Mrs Emily Bradley is improving Georgo Six and wfrnf Wyom RnwlingsSu1duy James Riddlo and wife of Bat ii fount visited relatives here Sun day Miss Ruth Richards of Qwings villo ifl visiting relatives and friends hero SsYm Kecrans and wife of Nioh ofaa county visited Mrs Betti e Cutright Saturday Bro J W Gardiner nnd wife cif Mt Cannel visited J M Newman and family Saturday Charley Gray tied family of near Flemingsburg visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Bros Jones and Cockrnn are holding a protracted meeting bert Large crowds attend and very in tercsting sermons are delivered Eloped from church hero Frida a night Miss Ada Ingram and Rolli3J Fawns have not learned just where they were married Ada is the daughter of our good netghbo n Marshal Ingram Mr Fawns ia quite an honest boy S OdessaS Mrs Lina Darnell lost h mare bv death last Sunday cause suPPoled- to have boon bate Wm Korns of Hilltop haiaded us a silver dollai last weeK WhUfr here and requests his canto enrolled as a subscriber to THE OUTLOOK Mr and Mrs Wm Kern of Hilltop were guests of the forme f aunt Mrs Sallio Diurnal and other relatives here from Thursday until Saturday All the diphtheria patients arc convalescent except two of Cole man Stones daughters Anna and Martha who took it last week They aro both improving nicely Hiram Day of Fleming county was hone Friday trying to buy sonic colts Ho ony bought one that of Loo Crpuch at 3760 though ho made liberal offers on several The Bald Eagle ba8oballclut cam down Saturdny to play the Odessanine but the nice rain that began to fall Just as they got horoI wade the ground so muddy that they did not play I Thrain that fell Saturday stopped for awhilo at least theI blasting for water that was going on In every direction though noth ingUke enough rninkl to stint hp EtrcajRSvip ruining sI 1 q r 7 f a r r1J Bothol daMrsAllen Judy of Lexington isIl AllicArrasmittiWe hud quite a nice ahber of gel bUIHyneD S Trumbo anti wife PInt in withJoseph lastMondayrelatives will be absent several s W weeksbdaughterjuesls of Cy Arrasmith and John Hawkins last weekbMrs Milton Ratliff arid daughter s Carolyn spent lust week in Winchester with Hood Smith nnd fum ily and attended tho meeting wHeeChnrleswife left Monday to attend tbo Methodist Conference at Cyn thiuna Mrs Lucy Smathers and four children of Sbarpsburgf Chcssio Gossett and wife Mrs Will Irvine and two little girls and several other friends spent Friday with J W Gossett and family Stoops Tobacco housing is somewhat backward Some fields of corn are almost ready to cut Mrs Kimrod Byrd Jr is recov ring from her illness Geo Mason has roturned to Bunt ty yille after a stay here Some people who marry for love marry fur the love of money Mrs Harrison Kohn who has been quite sick is improving Bridges Bros hud two hogs to die with hydrophobia last week There will be an icecream sup per at Somerset Church Saturday night Miss Bryant of Kansas CityMo is the guest of her uncle W II IBryant A S Bridges bought a One static of clover hay from W U Bryal t for21rhios I and Clark Roberson visited relatives noun Olympia Saturday and Sunday Several from here attended U Holiness camp meeting on Spruce Creek Sunday Its not what we give that does so much good hut its the spitii in which wo give iu A fairsized crowd was out hear Rev It MCl well preach nt Springfield Sunday Will Kissick was the guest relatival at Poplilr llaintrVIruzii SttIrurday until Monday Tota nnd MUo Bertie Wren linos Uun vitiiCl their parci Cbturduy uud SundayV tohn W Ttuiuipeun Gell W VrariuC ttiTri orrLjt VuldecS we- httcIJ fishingourda douM Lint whut thire are bet ir mute than UlOlICJ L- itIr1flhl theVIVVVlved tlw ftinoral of Mrs K It Pnt tcrson HI Owingsvilie Thursday Mrs Joe Coons neil son Emma it visited Mrs Coons mother Mm Mary Ryan at Spencer Suutdiiy The three months drouth in this section was broken Saturday ruin that made pleuty of stock water Than MeClain and wifou the funeral of the formers broth Will McClain at North Midd- itownlast week Tnc OUTLOOK failed to reach this olnce nt aHlnst week and as a result several of our fellow citizens got figbtin mad The High Top and Stoops bat ball teams failed to score Saturdo for the reason that the rain pro veilted them from playing Bruce Paxton and wire and Mrs Lottie Caywood have returned to their homes at Hilltop Fleming Co after a visit to relatives here Frank Byrd was thrown from a mule last week and severely inJur- e Frank is ablo to bo out again but bas not rid any moremewls JVJ Mark of Owingsville and Miss Lida Smathors of netu- rSharsburg wcro cullers on N Byrd Jr and wife Sunday afternoon There la plenty of room at the topof th proaohIJ attho top Tho harder the top is to reach Thieves entered the cellar of JosIah Coons Friday Dlghand stole a fivegallon eon of lard They also stole about tbree dozen chick- Ens Several citizens have oiled theirfihmrmsA says that Iqvo iyadiioaseduo to a microbe and that medical science will sow 0 day exterminate lt The doctor qHublorCJ3cdy monyrMissHittio Lano left Saturday for a visit to Press Barnes abd family at IrestonV J M Steele and wirosponts9 oral days last at ii t their old home visiting friends Nimrod Wells ot CbamborsStn tion is bore visiting his nephew Rev J B Gteenwade and family Joe Henry arid motherof French burg arrived hero Monday pn a visit to hcrson W B Henry and family TL j 11 iRs RosaKarrJckMbrother Her man nnd eousIntiniI most of last week nttircjrandparonts at SaltLiek Iisll y 1V 0t V3rV r d kA2 Chester Turlpy spent several ys lust week at Mt Sterling vie ing his grandparents U M fury and wifeVJ B Grccnwndc will hue hisisale on the 3dor 4th in order ready to move to Knmas some time title nionthcCMrs Nancy T Crouch of Ow 3ville is here to visit for some dvys her children Ann Mrs Perkins and Mrs Karriek 10 Luther Karriek and J L Andor c bonit Monday and they are glad to e tiara They say Kentucky is plenty good enough for them Vvo had a very heavy rain anti ICd storm near here Saturday Iirlow IL S Dulls buggy top uni ont oiland coming very nealD lowing Hoary only gomo friends held him downrChits Ray arrived fromllorscher Ilf Friday nnd ia hcreto stay Ho e snys ono wrist work out of tho f State ns well as Jlt home to make any money nnd ho will stay near home in tho future Knob Lick A alight rain Saturday Bob Wells lost a nice hog by tb 0o heat Saturday Born to tho vifo of Bob Hannah a boytheir first boy of five chil dron There was quite a crowd atpolks ville Sunday a baseball game in progressSusie Wells daughter of Bon Wells is very sick in Huntington with typhoid fever- GeoWithrow arrived fropuHunt ington Friday to see hie boy who is very sick at Bon Wells Tnt SICKGeo Witliorows lit tlo boy is slightly better Butler Yarbrough8 child has pneumonia and is worse Bud Colhvcr of Grange City visited his father Friday night John Collivcr of Clay City spent from Saturday until Sunday even ingat homo with his parents Rens Sorrell Harvey Witirro and Luther Sorrell of FlcmingCo returned from Huntington They had been in quarantine some lime They were with EtldioWith row some ten days before he diod with smallpox True Populism demands that there be but one way of adminis- o terng government whether under Republican Democrat or Populist every officiaL should be gullIed by the one motive tho greatest good to the greatest number All laws should ba BO framed and on forced as to secure rigid anti im- o partial justice to tho high and the low sbo rth nnd the poor the oin ltir Iud atjluyt Can uriy ftfitfiy us t uirrt Ill uri j c uin tc PowforsLsLexington Herald Ike nUtitary court by whom Mrfi XQruor u hnm Lincoln anti the Secretary Vnr who approved that soultnco und the President who hail k car ned ot stand eudeucmedat the VVVr f the wrttzd of posterity U hw aiUhursof a jutlinnl murder If e j I JI J tflltt1I1- be tie verdict anti judgment tthe world on those who fabricated the purjur id testimony who subornet the perjurers partly by promises if immunity anti threats of puuish umrnt on those who delivered the testimony antI on the tribunals Ii 0 fore whom ho woe tried and by undbyJtimony will not control that ulti write verdict or influence that set tied judgiiient Caleb Powers committed grave and reprehensible mistakes it was a grave mistaketo induce that body Frankfortbutyintended to commit murder He- wn intemperate in speech but so weic many thousands of all parties His acceptance of the pardon and his attempted escape iu disguise and with an escort were extremely illadvised but neither was crirai nul and the unrelenting implaca ble and unscrupulous prosecution that he foresaw hUB proven that his judgment of the COUr e IrigeDotuiee would pursue was correct Tho testimony concerning thcsq mis lake has been most adroitly and most unscrupulously woven ilhI tho perjury of an infamous set ol perjurers into a case which preJu- diced jurors under the guidance pi partisan courts have avowed justi fled conviction Truth is often laggard in djvest rag her fair limbs of the clothing of falsehood but she docs at last appear in her own noble nnd con vincing majesty and then thoso who have been deceived will be ob jects of pity Ihose who deceived objects of execration Powers was guilty of bringing the mountain won tc Frankfort thcro was no ctsnal connection be tween this and the assassination of Goebel Wo believe he was inno cent of complicity in that crime but his connection with the one Aot has been used as a pretense for his conviction of the crime To Thom the rewards will bo paid n5tyetkpwuthey s have been a welL JEarned as were tho historiC hirty pieeeofVile r o On the floor of tho louse of Rep reacnta liycs by a single sentence Gen Butler duetroyed the public career and drove into painful exile an eloquent and much applauded counsel and politician Gen Bine ham I decline to yield to him who compassed the murder btinnoc nt woman It may be thin t in the not remote future in the face of some ambitious participator ill n the prosecution of Caleb Powers rL Jmilar retort will be finngji k i 1 w k 5 iT l 0SavyardS LotttrL- ouisvillo It 7n7n lostJ Wnohtgtun Aug 4iIiee- jgro ucir diiitisfuctioi on the Atliin eqeorfcign iinoiigratinti while lln tho acilic Coast the fruit growers of T alifornia are willing to admit tho and icathcn Chianti at the rate of 20 00 per annum Men in Boston is who are disconsolate and refuse to the comforted because tho South do lines to be represented in Congress for V negro Sotiators and negroRepre sentalives eee great danger to our institutions in time immigration races from Southern Dud Southeaa S torn Europe who have survived the misrule of moro than twenty centu ice There used to bo just ns great outcry against the Irish and the mitcti A big political party won formed to ktcp out tho teen of the a ich Irish brogue and the soft GOrV man accent as Gen Scott express H tl itNow we lumen that nil our inreignbornIrish nail Dutch Tale down your Gibbon and you will find that tho South and South cast of Europe are peopled wilL races that have made They are from the part oft world that was tbe cradleif not thtfywomn f civilization Those mneesleWeI wood and drew water for a hun drcd Roman Emperors and with stood tho ravages and assimilated tho blood of a hundred barbarous tribes It is the land of Bclisarius and of Narses and it was heavy with age even in their day and t0 think of it recalls the voyage and tIme crew of Jason It is tbe laud that gave birth to Alexander and Hannibal to Caesar nnd Napoleon Pericles and Demosthenes Cicero and Tacitus wore from Southern Europe Homer and Phidias Dante and Michael Angolo dreamed an dI wrought on the shores of the lcc1I itorrancan sea Greece cued Ilaly lire the very aristocracy and the glorious splendor of history For ages those people have been op pressed and harried That they have survived ia a very miracle That they are superstitious is true that they are ignorant is undenia theywrCipeetyalso true but tho law they have known was not rim to respectV visited on them a thousand duties unif brought to them not one single right Yet they survived There is n great tide of iinmigra lion from Southern and Son thorns t era Europe It is Latin Greek und Slav This country offers them a law that protects and opportunities that never curao to any tfff1tettaiI ccstors Can we U i Yes Vo can pssimiltite thut is CluccinnOur laitguugf and our law will wake American itiiiatM of thaw r tutu t1yvltl giv jr riilcr Uajjf tip AuVriim llt ISouie f thpi ppt jli tire iu tho rind sugar clJtlltryor jvrnor Inrotmtiiit a rI1YI tton so ul cirlainly l hoy aro a rrvcatten Ii OHrjjpiiplc Wi hnvcglod report nnd tract report nf thi ia und liCIT that Ii good tItan is bud It is lat fecund riunt l thin generations Ih1- If must make the test They will br born in n free country und reart d in a land of law arid if tlifhr fore fathers were not utterly emtllci eli by the jjTiinttitui 9 Pribu itt JJuluTtian whj uJtrnfJt thC people advance 10II Hrnnd civilian lion away from the hairnts much U traditions and moro than twothmi aand years of oppression and FlaW tin We shall see And their presence at the South suggests what is very proper Iy called the negro problem t Nearly everybodyexcept some foul tl Ishmen ut tho North confesses that it is a question dililcult of so lulion Mr Booker Washington n negro and tho hiost eminent mem ber of his race proposes that the negro go to work produce some thing tiud save his carniiigsThat is as good advice for whites us blacks But as far as I know Mr Washing on has pot said anything f what the negros place in society IR to be after he goes to work makes a fortune aud eaves it And thcro Is the danger in tho whole business Wo all know what is to be the fnte of tho worthless negro We nil know that ho bus no rights the white man is going to respect We all know his doom is sealed But what is to become of them when they get to be Booker Wash ingtons Theres this rub Theo reticnlly they will be full in the gigantic business of American citizenship Thatmeans nolb ing in the world but that they shall sit in cabinet council with Presidents shall be Judges on theI Federal bench shall be members both Rouses of Congress shall rep resent tire most powerful Caucas inn people in the world at the courts of European powers shuttI bo Governors of States and mem hers of the State judiciary Mr Washington does not expect any tiring of that sort in his day But ho seems to bo trying to lay the foundation for that sort of thing Vihocalculation Ihe prejudice called casto that is stronger and infinito Iy harder to deny than ton limes t ten thousand principles For many centuries it has been the cube of the AngloSuxton to command For ninny more centuries it has been the fate of the negro to servo II is not only foolish but it is wicked to try to conceive theso two will fuse or even bo partners Then there is Bishop Turner anther eminent negro He has no b hope for the negro in partnership with tho white unan Ho does not boliovo that tire educated and fru il gill negro would stantl any better show than tire ignorant nnd thrift less negro in tho grand lottery of t the survival of the fittest in a trial of fitness against tho white man Bishop Turner knows that no num wlcal superiority will enable tbo o race to control a single coun Ivjiiittny State of the Is n bad state of cag rjllJj 1 r ttVei= If inure oft mehnce to tbo whrp tlllnlho black for tIme whllrf hliIIevery tiling w lts and Ihl ne ucthing to llIso Instincl lenelus tlio wMtur tlmt political uality is inseparable from social equality There is tho secret heta Is youroause for lynchings it is ineradicable Butwe atU aduiouishcd by the transcendental t und the dilettante statesmen ot North your prejudico is unreasonable nnd we have no respectT ilnnd do not intend ti put up with it And that in faro of the Scripture Nay but 0 man who nrt thom that repliest against God r hall tiro thing formed say to hi that form d it Why hast thou mode mo ttmusVMaybe this immigration from Southern and 8nutho sterri EuJ PO will settle the ne rct problem D grime of the snrvivjrPS4jlthtO thetlo bo ers experts 0 L i thousand years constants aC lice The javelins of the 1rbi tntu nnd the cimetnrs of the Janr aries did hot extirpate them In tho sweat of their faces hove they eat bread iii the midst of perpetual und perennial revolution Anarchy wod itself out against thorn and fanaticism loft them vigorous andj prolific Those people came la a for porno great purpose of Gpdwbov works many mysteries Who knows but their mission iato workout tho plan of Bishop Turner SAVOTAUD MORSES PAHABLE The late J Henry G Morse president of tbr l New York Shipbuilding Company was one day visited mya man of j questionable repute who wished to borrow motley wherewith to launch u questionable enterprise MorseV gave some polite excuse for hIs un i willingness to lend and the declared that he regarded thiBfe Y cuse as somewhat fishy Thereijp1 on smiling grimly Mr Morse said r Let me tell you a little story Once upon u time an Arab weno 1 iris neighbor and said j i Lend me your rope I cant said th eighbor a Why cant yau X Because vroritUouse tbe rope myself N What tin ytstmnt todOwit it1 thoiommooriiited I want to tie up five Trtlf oPi cubic tnt r with 11lti tUatftilyv J How on earth tho other neer 3 ellllln you tio up water with a rope 5 My friend said tho neighbor Allah is grunt ned he permits us to do strange things with a mime when J we dont want to lend it Knit sits City Journal JS People most careful of not stop ping on other peoples toeHoflenesS havetheirown trampled upon IgiItISjl trite paying that the roIF Jhug stono gnihrra no moss Jt Iff equally true hat tbe one which i always ettttfonary fathers little elseVLanjhierii gniid tnidifhn but tiuinc people fff riverd time iimiter of following She proscription tlnt ho who hour tliiu hns a dtwrcn S the tiuih of tbo old nstiageii i Sown 1311 who wrap theniFclvvt iu the co k nf nHtJgliieousnes hino Pntnty coveriigVLie whu uigSa t1 tT 0 hihVheart crowds out just tilt imieh iuSGod light aiidcbviir j Diwt wasti sp much time In tit waiihig tIme sins of otmr until jnii Itone Smite tbtaiim own worst fnnlie Ihitvtr ia7uslInw slirtgy4ng4 j JItThf laoHt beautiful people in thiIiVworld are not always the must c uu prtiiiopable and pleasant Med who wart for some tide ffjpopularity to carry them into pub lie favor usually make shipwreck of their lives before they reach anyV comfortable haven Detroit FretVPressl tFROM DBAN SwirrA penny for your thought ij The sight of you legend for snro t 0ye13VSho looks ns if butter wouldnt1 melt in her mouth Shes no chicken shes on tta wrong side of thirty if shes a dayVShe wears her clothes as if they were thrown on with a pitchfork J What religion is ho of Whyr yho is an Anythihgariun JHu was a bold man that Ors an oyster That is us well said as if I heel it myself5VFingers wore made before 6rksr and hands before knives 1 She has ammo goodness in her littlo finger than he has in his bodyi VV wonder what fool it was that first invented kissing I knew he would go though ha was sure it would rain cats imncV dogs y- f Tis happy for him that l is fath A er was beforo himV JfThe best doclors in tIme woridtarer Dr Diet Dr Quiet and Dr Merryl r uanVIf heaven lund looked upon richest to be a valuable tiring it would not have given them to such scoundrels And hq gave it for his opinlde that whoeter could make two ears i pt corn or two blndoK of tn iowVupon ci Spat of ground wherjonly ace grew before would deVJ servo better of mankind and diV4V more essential service lo his noun JV try than the whole race of pout 4cinns put togetherVVITie an old trvaxirn in the schools j- That flattery is the food of foolaVYet now and three ye men of wit Will condescend to take a hit So naturalists obscrvoj fleu I jV Has smaller fleas on hiirt to preyVAnd liese have smaller still tt ltoemV i And so proceed ad infinmim J A nice mun is a ronnof stBreadCensure is the tax a mal pnyaVo the public frir being enrinortV weS GIJBGELL 1TTYATAWVQ fllco with R Sot Court St- OWIXGSVILLE XVVV VVVVVV VtV 1