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T T4 t s J J z j 0 Iyr q i1iT j t JifP j m I 7 m d 44 1 pS r 2r i lL + rf i i + 7 t4 j if tutn flilliP tT Ji cputtook Jf t r 1 OL YYlCWINcII4 1 I KENTUOKY THURSpAY8EPTEMBER 24 f 903wnews57f3 Fresh oysters at Nixons restaurant There was a little frost ii Friday InFtitutetValtontto do borne J WILL Uo MAN The JutIeDont forgot the opening at 1 Brother 4 Brothers Friday andj ItSaturdayt Robert Johnson will remo 4 barber shop to marble shop J lug Ootl The Slate Valley baseball club olulIhere The rabbit crop is about lelldyturned r for harvesting It is generally reMIss iporteda full crop The boys enlivened the r1 nets Saturday by erectibgToxasbenon tho e rjust received a carload of Bird f4 do sell wagons everyone gunra ntecd prides to sell BYRON Rosother JtIit ulrca considerable hustling about to i something in the vegetable II no to eat tI L Cal H H Ewing iipped two carloads of export eatoa to it City Friday in charge lot Joshua i Ewing V aOrl nt Itatrlt ItFrank 0 f Hn open heaters at y W E L 00 A T BTRON 2MIssi nnd 1IrsOI c fJe d t j 1 i 0 I III tS i 1j + Lt t t4 4 St t r I 4 0 I454 tIS4 tf LJSq a j4 f3 I 1ttsLf f a i t t 4pt ojlht S t h s4 h t I fiI 1 t 4st J I r u y4 f jl1o c 11 8e J t M jt Ji t tt rt J 4 tf 0 i at r 5 t 4 f1 It J 4Ii f OrIf lf fIi I I Jo i ttl l 4 b i jI4 i t4 r i3 i I fI I heating I tI fll- ECn4 0hirdware uIIoftieui n et be Eoldprices lower than everRev their NnriczReeeiptathe+ i of ewIth ferencorDB G W CONNER later All the uptndate heaters Alfred c wood and coal on hands ready I butIRbbert The ladle of the U E Cl lurch better- chi bt reception at MrsT W Ew ingYsSatudaynight in honor of Ift towh 2 Sallloerhg4 of 1t onlyda1a2l 4 TheulfiaycStheft had an enjoyable time John Dawson and James Clark would 4 j5 shipped a carload of butchers ticat dampness J lle Cincinnati Saturday Hen I C hipped tocarIoads t NOTlczAU accounts not paid unners trt wlthln the next ten will be put law will out forcoHectlonXByord r of the Irrop 11- 1SC Board of Managers z OwxxosvutE TELnnonuoI wr Wyom8tuvei ylew1closetEL AT BraoMr wellkrItthe thing a body could catch just will be as many flab out of the rain barrel andi 3v a8oatofSIteabCw a Lxxnorow TRoTKentuckys winter JBorntoin old Kent or a nTheraucical treat in daily concerts byj Webber faaoui band J A MtStEJ NEW FiBit As successors to Os C W carPlior we are prepared to doT3cjerytlngin the line of black j aidcrrIgerepa1r workhtLvlng J M t cl hisr8 Hehh8RndpalnterEYoarp Church tt attendFOB f onbarjr4rjl gas for domestic purposes two and gas welleon farm Royalty on oil and gas wella on far included in 4jl 01IIlIlemaking Rauor HoOB FAIBVIBW SCHOOL quire SiT JSN93 GBAOK iLutie time Oc a SiathersX Mary D Hall Kayannd the boll tit iitkrsLld HalIGnre giRl Lane Ly tiaj1l1ltqGaain3JaiaesE- dvio Lane remove j Pearl Taylort pillars biiterah- er1 pxiuXGfoyERfeqc iS c t r a J v i j t a rInd i i 6 01 PERSONAL TJ B Slesaer IB in Cincinnati 1ftSterlingCIncinnatiWednesday toIRev R A Walton left Monday for Memphis Tenn to hold meeting Mrs J M Richart and Mrs R A went to Cincinnati Tuesday GoodJrnnk P HcndrlxJ returned Mon Iay from a trip to Cincinnati with stock o E c Orenr of the Court of lastJoMoorefieldlast week mreMrsIiMiss i deliverJorcashug Was the guest of Mrs T L Dar nell Saturday Sam Lathram and Bob Wol Friday from a trip to Cln with cattle hereaboLottlo pdulli peoplesOra Hart of Roes Run Frank Perry returned Saturday fnight from po amintsM Poyntz and wIfeof ttgetMrs T J P tern nnd Miss Barnes went to Mt StnrllngWe day of last week to visit reLatt dlrscyJames A Barnes and other rein Mrs CG McAHstcr and clii Ward came S distaturdayn Pauline Miles of JSanesvUle arrived to take lhnrl or the j fJ it t t 7r hI f 4 1 ff r fy 4 icfI a t t 1 ice= Yo f c yri I Tr rr e ii A 7 ttrY j wo f Nt 0JIro T s ifcl tt u It tr c r IOW to J Oitv fo 0 4io1 r 10 1 t 1T 1t1 1 l iJ1C fol ir 1 1 t1 t ti f 1 s r sbI g ff 0t r tt I 0 I ho b t VIs ho mil ariends go with them conn E E Holmes went d 4es1duei portathehe was assiirncd by the ConwMrs Holmes will Join M May of Manchester Caur1rttlffor a week wIth srnstrlo le a letter received Mondo Stewart stated that he JArthur See of StanfordI1I was Safurdny Ida visit with hIs MondayMIIO STRAY Jonell wife of Elder J Fred Spaniel He Is a son of Major Sat Trickhnm Lexas and two years old when his father here lar weather nal been Of a cernlnlevcraldasbe lovelier if there was more PstheAllannuagoodwho have no fear of the famous likely get the cream of the before Nov 15th olraiostcIg died of typlj1i fever portunit y and was buniecV at aIr eming county Sunday aj Alexander cutter for theNTwn firm of LE Hayes ik was n chant tailors of Cincinnati the with Brother Brother Fri Saturday Sept 2526 and beautiful line of fall and ocratic goods candidate v eionersbip last week to Drand rtin of Ashland a dat med Virginia Barnes mean fferedtinG dayoodpaater uBNEW M E MINISTEK Rev Fuquatbe new first sermon here at CMAmon Sunday morning ton county liargercongrpgatlon than usually At night there was a audience to hear him Ii970lb are pronounced very good ILftii0 he being a tuna of learning hiving a good John yTHEthe Courthouse tower is yearlings progress though it wi an extension of the con tJstto complete it Neither feeders nor the clock bas yet arrived Dr tect6cultythe top stone nf one of the T S and recut and fltita mistake f95 JtobeoriIJjIl tI 7 jtfy M f f l iLrr ftilT itr +rZI fWttticfl 1= 0f u At COST onellUfl11ed mystockMrs D S Estill HIGH JoPRIcEFlora of near Sberburne eel ed to Chas Wilson Iuckllng horse colt out ofa bldIADnr YBT The drouth continues uts though Sharpsbui ctheI neighborhoods had a Wednesday of last week Our v h RoouseholdTun JoKzThe of town distriusedinstalledlIchboys for a joke set a smallIclockDEa con Vflesold friends in this county will rrcoivedIesCirdrenrict to which Breath tt and c belotigSBASE BALL The Slate V hnpobnll club defeated the iglub here Thursday moanstore 11 dettated the I Itornoon f ii t 4 t f I iS I 1 r ifol Llj i t J a z i j t t ffi 1 t j I tcd ioor r v r J Ji1 4 SSii 7 iL foloi ee t1 r t rJIIi i It t t ii t r Xf i j si Qay elect oflicer Cu 1to the Owent n In Oct 1510 to pai IeSOUTn anti to attend to matters manySundo M R1sSnAehlnndLieutenant Governor spoke at the clerk FattwasUajleywas SnotDOB STOLEN A Sussex RShe dog liver coloredlome Pergrcwaswith nickle plate attached hearJc LICIdocon the dog will be liberally d J A ES ILLON AT LEXINOTOK One Ambn greatest attractions at the Crook Trotting Meeting at Leg Clerk OwINmare Steelesheand no true Ienan KeytprestlnguAd marvelous exhibition Owi EtheS ClerkTERLINGbig day in Mt Sterling with monthly stock market the Mr spacesmanconvention to famine to a for Railroad Commis and the opening of the writeJghXthere being about 2000 head and prices being very low as the worse towards the close of rule when light feeders sold nights 285 and some say 800Ib ingU50g the sales made by Bath people were weather Kytecnones at 360 four 800lb Several todteTckett sold to BTWrlgUt g1024lbthree short s atJ5 per head yoke of milttractat 3c ItA W Walden sold five 020 er8 at 310 eight 850ib I took one 1000lb at 3c Shrout sold two horses for a d rrStewarthough3j it of epte X ft tJon l 1 Lm J asdStHtion Th orowasa I temp eraturo Wednesday night of laet wereheavyrrid ayIHunt of Fleming coun was nominated for Rai Commissioner by the Iemot ct convention at Mt Ste lle be noml strenationLICATC MACHINE Bascom ell the jeweler has tee Ivedpumpo engraving machine York lie has liS a snm pieol call the work the tuachine will do a 119knightcaof pearl with time Lords pray er giave d in a tllluceonequarteroCanco inch by can be easily rend hy weans of a waga nlrrJpggIQC th4SaltIn Salt Lick Monday night and destroyed the store with the entire 3ou bilk of goods the olllce and fourbe residenceR caisina loss of shout this L15000 at least 10000 of which more Fells The insurance mounts SQsOOO 8000 being Oflter nd contents seven able The Bath ter euro So t J i I i 4 J OJ f I f i i r 1 a g t tG jlc o f 4r f1a it rJi lft l I tiiiJr o 7 o l it KnigIHIIIii tltinBboroSnEKBOHNE MnttGudgHl H Brinegar Judges Sam lei forrson D Sheriff Jojip Bar Clerk Wvo RepuedegarJudgeeJameaMc eriff James T Atchison Dthey electeenewis D Barber Judges Richard the iorrectl brkLICK Alex Flood and W un jc kerson rlffColemunRazorD Judges B F I Ricecopart enWmTEwmnote KentucktheyING UztIoNWesley Al frey C Judges JnmelIston R an CJerkfetchel Cultsebyscarry No1TbomasKnrInBa s tC RSberlffJJlrSbluCleJ w d Thos Ryan Judgesieo rr D therkNoSYILLE No 3 Rob t Wells S Ha lhon badnever hall odALUEditor I will ask you for In your paper to have some fited Icctlorfriendaln tlthemOf course they will want to termined plnllJlikeclimate hero suits me as a ruffians We have good fresh air are cool and any one in IUmmaing tIhighI left Franklin county expect rlUghwusjustablrof my friends advised mo docile go that I wouldnt be able enormous ordorheood I soon began to improve that thInI have had some little way wit ets but my good feelings seem defeats CalelhaTentn little cold but am better The ofIsistettyearsold todaythe 16lhOf would niber They claim a popula thousand Alva Tiaa tOl1fiV i f t RACKET STORE andatand toallDress suit case 1 9BcLadies 20cTnbloDross Goods yd 25 18 10 8c 4cTurnovers 25cLadiesMens Belts SoCASHE W HEFLIN Kentucky Owuisnu1 le seven right good brick blocks nine doctors nine saloons that pay five hundred dollars each for Ii seven dry goods sturcs six etoreenndlatvyers YOllIroaddayrlingets and they have lks They get their water two miles town fotced to town nice soft water II it here They have a ne mill that runs da day rakedLandthousan madedprettiest tiktca goo odwest of here for forty miles a can bet Campterfrom the fact thai they have timber and river a dtseems to rain more and make bet seasons This county is fifty to m boybeand see nil of my old friends goodbye Joint SPENCER rd a Letter II r ff r L t Jllnl II this CI mplexiun party pf Breckinridgo and bou and Hise and Guthrie come Goebel murdered is was whlIningall he was worth in 1900 Mr pe2areforKentuckywant to elect Belknap he will d If Col Breckinridge is tlonal Repu anyhoblicanoy Governor wil get his lenders onstltutlonRi term to piece out about n term But the tical son rship theDomncnxtic party the thehoavail tuckyykeynote is Just this that over Republican party of Kentucky assassin The poet Scarran the of one for whom the devil him and carried Youtrey Gol cddconTom Campbell fetcbRod liar for the KontuckyDemnoci racy they tbeslInwillrQuay ala 11licnne devils cloven hoofs they carry reBeckbamadministration Kentucky the It could not have been thus We do nut get figs from Judge Itforfraud at that The Goebel ordof law was made to legalize a The discomfiture ame bigtto reverse the people or ranges speeehto steal the election Bradley nt or so of Democratic he went to Frankfort and Nobody Legislabad her of pardons the theft Caleb Powers it e other gentlemen who op the e theft brought a train load nor of taineers to Frankfort I ever some of them were pretty to a customers for theUemocnit s immediately got to be as grant a s lambs and discovered That solicitude for taw and stand Then it was the miserable assassinated Goobel Now creature is a very valuable o Democratic party safhoutitself The judicial murder Powers would be no ex crat v murder of Goebel led thous Kentuokiiins to condone wide ft of the offices There crat hqye been no Democratio Can meMotLs Cushion Covers Jc leComposition floBookFlinch Cards 40o ScFitnty36cPowder embodied spirits revisit these sceneb I wonder what William Goebel thingsThcredrugmurder now professional perjurers supported at the expense of his ea tate nail found employment by his personal representatives Where does the sustennnce come from that bodygoodGoebel had one great characteristic not very noble not at all lovable Foithey therout of the outer darkness of fear and craven guilt pillars of justice Then therelr Pten of Democracy He is en rolled among the recruits of Ablood1Thatsomeb Ihonor w orator or other orator He ome praise fr wiyvsone of the IcOLexulDlts I p 1 3 I lr k l r lj = fAt n Vt 4ij t c H i 11i tmvagan tIn ints gr debSjIted itself or nigh about rt Hendrick is a fine lawyer es lIy in the criminal branchof profession for he furnished the the that proofsof demandorshipHendriclt says that is unconstltunarY1to elect I3eckhain Iwwhat are the Republican Sunday of Kentucky going to do it Will Bradley and Will say that they who nominated ticket must elect it If theyavo re is nouteof making a cam The gang will havo Kin penance and its boy Governor anoth Knoiski years Having triumphed Askovi B and Wilson in th lone of convention will Hunter find that drinkor subsequent proceedings interest no more Will the men wboIt is he nominated the ticket thel400 and the battle of Novem of secondary importance If do that is an end of it things the Democrats ALit are depending on Boss has employed the Pennsylva stealing Democracy to fetch ami carry Col many a time Will the ky Republicans fetch and pathetic fur the machine of little bit 5this man ws who are now running ky Will they thus indorse Raleigh pardon Will the indorse the infamous letter n Cooper asking a pardon rorAsJreasons Will they thus client o the miserable pardon rec house Bcckham which is just sue record as ono expects from an IrYouresponsible and vain boy in a pineThisthink for him case what is the answer the bo Why that Brown an granted more pardons than personal That in the answer of a childnot steal is thinking about the num olnn pardons but the kind of quitted No that is not exactly forpyou either we are thinking about thought motive He is tim only r Since I Kentuckythis boy who granted a pardon in response petition alleging political rea We umltEsons wdin toe stuff Can Kentucky Dyspepsia that I speak to the men has not mean stomachlawyers standIn sleeples headnch e One man is hanged bo YEisThe constitution that proand send FOCtbcnev open in the case of the Demo some Iso Kentuoky stand it Answer just n who own Kentucky SAVOYARD 4 jfi 0 llU I I iHARNESSWhy J J j7Saddle or Harness when you can get strictly flrstllnEg roods fmade right here ut home and made out of the best bakraruedleather and Iiy men that only make firstclass work 1 Our KENTUCKY 8PRINGSADDLEkI- s tie easiest and easiestriding and most durableanddle made 1 rP willalwayspart of the State I am bestYoursjpr saddles and harnessi4EUGENE MINIHAN 1fOwINGSVILLE KY r SAM P ATCHISO f i J DRUGGIST jFINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGflRST SIC 0 BUY 4FORAvWITHbestwearing leather in the world 5saled r io J 3 o= 8T suitTLmel 4Scpoc r 8c lawns for fJ No 2 satin sc 2e5C1456oc1z4rcserscarfs for2ZcI 22 f i 125 8ci j t 4lsm J4 i I 2 c2I1C J- 1e p 1 t a tr f 5V 4 I LPacoilleasesaccount verifications of warrants summons ordi riffs sales aUJdavits for nt notices to take depo indictments fur selling on indictments for gaming appraisement boards subpoenas finrim stock tchIs Bimberly a tern man iWell not 9tchOltthose fellows who can either let it alone eh KnoibldYes When he is where drinks and when lies where aloneChicogoNews CONVINCED His CLIENT It appears that one of the men in Co duringtbJa horse in South Carolina Breckinridgo volunteered his a made a brilliant and speech describing how had fought for the South himlstealing prfCol wal cokedCol nr Whknow John that I would of asking Yllu for n ci 5tIm however was a very peI jJtjjfriend did you or did out 19e1gliI had stolen that horse g heard you 1 am sure I did notJWANTEDthwould t fyour paper If there IsnnyII Attgurit S Tboontheir results such ns sour hitilIvonns h a CmteH1J1ThIs dishyou otto of our books Kr It you never tried Angli e8E try a 25 coaL buttlo We mthingwith you The 25 cent sfzeIIboon introduced this yet 9 8le 75 cents AtJOHN GUGroen t 1 OLD HICKORY a drink for a gentleman of tne old school Pure old Kentucky whisky For sale byS PAtchison THOS J JONES t StableOWINGSVILLE tWHeadquarters for horse and mnle connectionwith I W S GUDGELL ATTYATLAW Offlce with U Oudell Son 4 St O WINGS VILLE KY it v 10000 GIVEN AWAY THE LOUISVILRp COURIER J CASHDISTRIBITION f SCRIBERS In 1891 2 the CourierJoiirunl of Liitisvillc Ky inaugurated nuit carried to H successful issue Jho sgrcztt estimating contest ever uduotcd by a newepuper This ntest was based on the Presides viinders distributed to CourierJournal zt4 In response to niamerua requests e CmiiiiTJ juniiii bus decided to i n alumznra It MinnliiT eimilur eunttHt t sd on tlicr tutitl yule rust fur nil t titiittntts fur Governor of Ken a 4 tueky in ilia cleriinn NovcuibiT 8 03 Tfii ihoiiHHiul dollars m p gold silver or KrienliafksJ will irp tn away In piiLceHcfuI iminiaV tors Therf will lie single yif is 3000 aooo iooo 500 jaoo 2OOlSUlOO50stniI3OanjI 670 gifts of 10 each In itdditiiin ere will be gifts of 500 300 ti 200 for tIme best estimates fe ce mved before August be fore IheIsbernlity on the part of the Cnuri er Journal is to secure new Fubscri f bers for the Daily and Weekly aurierJnnrnitl Every person subspribjng fur the Veekly tiuritTJournul one year sending theollar with the suhs ripii n ken tled to two uuessfc or cetituatep very person subscribing for tIle Dully Journal ftr mitt onth 60 cents isnitieil mono one year GOO twpr ucss lUiibvrals fount the samo tptlioU i ifor full particulars mind blaokW f L 4 AcS1 z5 9 4 it OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK f OUTLOOK PUEO rublJshers OWINGSVILLE KENT WORLD OF LITTLE THJ A llule trill ot laughter chord I congA righteousness to 4 r wrongA little honor won 4I A little hill surmounted and a little itt114 wff donoAdally a little prayer and 4aAlittle praise act of kindness to gladden L4 days And co the whole creation to Us ceaseless Heaven wIng For little man Is living In a world tle thlpgD t 4 J ct SJ A lIttle hope to cheer us although It watt eth still IAlittle fire for comfort when nights are chill M1IUIB dream Qtleicen to bless uI on loe tray v1t A little welixmie wnltH us at cr the iUj A little thisIA little bunch of rose to uversprcad the rue M5t A little peace surpassing to which spirit cling1r For little man Is living In a world of lit tle things y A little hope little love a little toll and rest A little glimpse beyond the vale a little t problem guessed A little faith a little doubt a r v blinded trustt ir A little halting journey and a little of Its r dust A little knowledge merely of llttle vnys s we wend ii yA little dream of Heaven awattlnir iihIlert4 end A little struggling upward although on r t broken wings Co1LAlfTil J Vaterhouse In N Y Times L t t Mystery of t Bayou Woo ts1nckc1I By WALKER ZNN DYm4ory i1A 1 CopittgktUSL tv A N Kellon NepaperOo 4i i 4 CHAlTKR XV COXTIXUED A large number of minorvwitnesses citnihfttp agretollperson a a 4 postmark Otto Orthcil tUtt1e Swiss jeweler wltose shop bonstrd many odd dainties in the jew elry line and who Tindva partiality for articles of Europeaiumnke took 4l tie witricKS stand He provcil to be a methodical roan for he 43lirought one of his books with him He examined the unidentified ntehan which was of Swiss make and lIldnr he had sold It to Col James Franklin 4tti Then he produced his hook showing date of sale of every twitch with 1Itsnumber make and the name of the person to whom Jt wS sold A refer theLpmalce to Franklin Te cost of tIe watch was here also and the date of the payment Tho unideal a44 was theit shown TCOgflIZCl J h tr a k 11 f1Ie1 4 t y u t J tc K tj A4 1oPt iO f Zt I r tr t t l I C S St 4S t 4Y tkt r Iii ti f fiJ V r s 4dir t i b t I l 4 A I S l tz = ft 144lJ ii 10 4itd nil tbey wore hiffer llionTa lie had cold them iiffcrnt1 r eized tt1l arc 108 T r t tl F Ira Herbert Writ ipd Mrs tnby t iI deT5on tirxt testified to the apfhe i pcarancc of the old pistol and the lq t i tugIwbiebu t 81oft of the visit of the man In the red t shirt t t 4The r and the doctor who had lug ILattended Herbcirt Wright testified to it t the attempt made to poison theacIti used and their suspicions that the I r 42Than In the red flannel shirt had manipulated IttZ 4 Then to the surprise of II1l1ny permad It tfif t SBohhim fl he made a clean breast of all hisJOc Ji garil i c admittedhaving4 f t for Irving Vanle for fohich job z Pi41 ranll his partner were to a 11Ja ctrt scheme ilp confessed VJ that Franklin had lijredbjm for II Imepurpose He had also doped Wnrdeg t1a steps on Eeverixl i for Frankllm t r1 confirftdt I r1 li j jails A nallv the man In the red flannel was il t 5 I standbut7 l I Jour 1M i looking fairy tJr5Ptf v ij ibIystraIgb laIe lm done j t butIp o I n the gittedIa Ii told him t6 to nessgo UVJghts hot sc nncl j Yl nbstltutc It for the old rusty l which had belonged to the prisoner wus r d from Mr tS rtWardethatlrflrlg JohnTwas on a he1 to her husbarniandhad sent him JN If to jaake th 8UbatItution in her ab askedt remce As he was coming out howi ever heh d been hailed by a ladyitm pJiieg1ear by1ra nderson I WAhim to lQo the jail and get one of tIe pris withORen beIp- Jl i a negro have I DiI4aItIipowderwaspoWon fltsuspectedJn1 itwas The rt manjf admitted very naively that he was a I nev nilIas tJJislortheflY f 2rrfJUi5Ite eash CoL Franklin bad lin 1 been a particularly valuable client of Johnp his and had wIf I9 had throws hira IakJqwM Ws friends Padgett t Hathaway A coBteinptuqas scowl 7 eBciclJedJhe glooJf1ofi kMns face as he listened to all Ati i Ibis te lmony bube did sot open hf c4 4likir Jip Just how these men Geot1 were outI eattght and nade to tell what they Franki was reveaedfHrtlser cODIR thet Jt A t ttrial w iC Frankista 2he Di orAO 4irt- Is t rr Ji frf lug u t F ftr r PAt = tOWIID i 1t t0 t itjifiJ r fr tJ 1 0 1 r i j JI tfl 11 I l o 0 tf 1 zit4Ib jc r oft I rnI t 1 7 a 11ref ri t l i f f liJlfifi1fl c 1 1 l t1 1ilq r1JfJfJlJ it CJ 2 r Morris theyatjust preparing to leave on ti out going train Seeing me he came up quickly and said thuICKYaway suddenly and will not have time toINit It iof the greatest importance SJBstandund the next morning 1 was mildly ulltnljw that Morris had been doing nthe lightfingercdnct This- caused me to reflect and made up mind hllndcdweaQlegal document I found that it was Wrightors were the words John T Wrights copy etc Putting nose anti chin to hllilwinterpaper rota en and that Franklin was aware of it I 0111Ingcult information generally iitlaspaper evidently did nut belong to Franklin I Haw no harm in keeJI ittwere to anyone that a re ward would be offered for it nail woul weredfinding it A few weeks after this I picked up from the floor of the a letter minus an envelope tolittlewloin as conte cotkeptcurjs in croukctluess I have it Fh follo titintiwing vmColonelYokohama through tome one York I leave for the west today expect to sail for Japan from Snn Cisco get m tsiiiscileYour respectfully IonnrslsjjlthadWhether Col Franklin sent him the money I cannot say but I heard no more of that mirecmiment jjdeathjiFranklinning antI fix up matters u ac ance with the terms of the ement I heard him say that he jjdenwanted to settle the business in the morning Well the next morning of the fataltinyIt was pnowing Ire memberthe colonel left the office- rmille looking over the mull lie bor rowed n y arctics I remember too and he did not return to the office more that day I remember it nil well for it was the day Mr Wright was murdered and that event created a great impression upon me I didnt sec the colonel again until the next afternoon He was sick then complained of having rrible headache One timing about colonel struck tue as iiI he k t t iHrli t J t 1 a 4 t11 t ft4 tI4ta tipt c Qt 111r i + 1 tIr r t 6fC ro o6 t I 0 IiL+ 4f tI ff1J 11 L j I1 1fl lr 11i1 f t f 1 ti1n h r the I tiritijig ofiwa the nUll who nuitle tIIi9t r Inwhich had been studied to Kedt s imurIrving War 1e I slilelrnakiinsaid lllllsinan resuming his t ny I know that Thad time emnelit I have referred to in ntthesomething tit him about It couldnt swear I gone it ti him liStnut recall everything imnthos passed and when J looked for Iheupaper the next day it was gone Col Franklin has nover since that clzfron e any denniud on me for it uiHlcume act I have seen very little diiliati llilUinan was then questtoned ing time attempted poisoning of The Herbert Wright He snll1lwn herlI1onible portly for the pitt tIme Journal Col Frai me that Herbert Wright had t heime gave In upnIenresl in the Journal He said COI effort Was being made to hush it IkfnetspomutlouI to give the story to Irving nil Watdt Sc hbout midnight 1 met JimJloleome the dljvdltor of the nnd ollIntl toll him time cob iclsstory IdahailbrQughturluulI facts concerning the vuric had abouFinally inCrmangaepertinent 1 recollect the dll Wright was killed sliidthFMrW Yea aireveryuvardaavas he alone No sir Col Jeems Franklin him but Cal Jeems just seem out for the exercise and diida uny gun with hntd you see anything more pointtawhlmaellan that therI too au are positive tatCol Fri inkatonewas In the Bayou Woods Trrlght the day when the vitltenoug ag killed It Yes sir I am positive f askedand A good fbncldlienisIbise BFenton The name rang over the expectant crowd andlin Iqpked a trifle Bayou uneasy as if der theexji odd Oldre was Qtement along that flannelef the crovd ofpJ tbestod Ud when the tt1r- 1d f t h riQ 4iw ttPv r zt I i i tE i I t C a E Lc IfJ beheld the flushed face thee carefully parted blond whiskers tho dressyfornlFrederick Merivnle the capitalist ttoCH1Tlm XVI For a few minutes time people in the court room failed to catch the caitce of the situation Col lhn wondered blankly what his friend Merlvale was doing on the wit ness stand and what ho would for or against him The big cotton men who were present In large num tiers were limit of spvcuInUnn what Merivnle whom they Ii vied through tiiieli nn elongated course of heavy dinners and costly win conld possibly have to tell in- iiotigittthis case Fentons friends that it mistake had been made that his testimony had been poned for tljere was actually no re SeUul ciIflflYorker with his scant hair his near sightedness his hectic color his light beard and the sturdy Frnton with his plentiful lIar hair anil his c1hispenetrating glanr Hut time first nt swcr of the witness shook till like an unexpected explosion lIning Wnrde was among those who most astonished What is your name asked Mr IntlsfllcIleorge II Fenlon M rnuriyretell with our poliec force in capacity ofII detective I was hi will ask you to give the Ur n te account of your connlcion this eitse anti time results of investigations tlIIe room was pro hillRJmnvoice reached even the hallway beyond the vide doors The crowd storytIScot with tht ease bejjan when f received pawn tickets found on the per of Herbert Wright thc prisoner =a f r t JJ R Hi bP B K fe I C I=i I tt t iil w c 1tfj 4Z l f- xi t= J iti1i0 t l S t fir 1 iJ Se 7Q1f I t i away T V revolver with tJ b1T c all IIcen Illaeld in its tend I t iiit time cast Thisj pistol thus tells the story of the online It an handderrace here is intended to implicate Her bert Wright In the crime Centtiitto posnd trackISIIIIfoIttling t that had Cincieniue Interest in the crime- a Herbert Wright bad narrowly escape death t Poisoning Irving Wnrdc had near being assassinated been dropped from the OiledGran AIreofirst substantial discovery I nde was that Pat J lrnignn was n CountyJlnTlicnn letter of inquirjron friend Denver allowed that he was j Iso stockholder IndammUoIPy to control In order to satisfy lf I went to Kernignn lie a fixing ician as everybody knows ndEast to thrindfranklin lund requested my the appointment of my successor sllehobligatlon t e tci use what litUp inCucnce St uitli the mayor T then went Franklin nnd asked him why he pioye requested Kernigan tp t my dismissal Well by against the other I secured theIng mnaflon I desired namely that Franklin Tenvlnt of distasteful edthranklin played n very Important in nil my considerations nnd effort of mine was directed to unmaking him iere was plenty of hard work of PJSstonee Pemtsquare willfcouldI had no trouble In ascertaining will a Faek fwentfleeinuntilh to find the man who had Again I ran across Col F are unidentUleddIamond deal of minor information ntally picked up which found to fit in the ease I paid north it to Uncle Dick Norrlst and smashed glnelearntngwoods on the day of the niur t atimesTom Bob Padgett and the red shirt man and learned that them were In comraunjcation recef1tfenui 2 i F J f Ifift j WEAVING THE r Damaging Testimony in the Jctt Hunlor Trial at ynthiai Witnesses Testified That They Saw Curtis Jett at the Courthouse Sortwero After the Assassination of tellMarshal Jas CockrihIaftern Cynthlana Ky Sept 18I nlIsidedPatrickfreyandwas an gllnsposthouso and recognized Curt Jett as i chargtimecome out of the door immediately toCthe shooting and having a Ph 0 CoIllst2inrsaw mm come time courthouse with Dill Britton Henat theIiahchoffice saw tho shooting and saw J afternhefeature oCt3e trial Thursday after Patnoon mridBrcatbltt on domaccountRobetestimonyfine Impression on the jury 191n the Ecasethe alleged assassination of Jim Cocked theIiiiiiiiiiuun uatin rminj nvi in of them in some way or other corrob orated other witnesses which have tcs titled Tom anti Kelly Mann c orrobomeet rated witnesses Friday morning who sworn that Jctt had said that no could shoot him oil the streets of Jackson referring to the fact of R difficulty between Jett and Cockrtll about a week before the assassination The main and most sensational feature of the evening was the testinCockrIli J B Littly who said he running at the time of the shooting anti Immediately afterward Jett appeared In front of the courthouse He heardJctt say a week before the as sassination in the house of Mrs Sam Mans that he would kill Cockrill on outsisightised to do anything but that ho carehas nod it out Little when Cock nil was killed ran to him and he Cockrill hrsaid to him Some one shot me from the courthouse Littles testimony is IIIcorroborated by Charles Robinson as to the position of Little when the Ushots were fired and as to Jett coming out of the courthouse minute after tho shooting creaEig corroborated Littlo in his testimony A S Johnson saw both Jett and Spi cer at the door of the courthouse Im mediately after tho shooting with runs drawn Wanton att I a a t i kV i i i i I jFj jo 4 J 7ly t 7yr e ifr1 Ji J w cir J r1Ii y aimu t I1CetjQikriwas spot that he aeard tl sh J = a elnning from tho courthouse wIndow IIII Jtltutedcourthouse door with a pistol fa farss WILL MEET IN TOLEDO IN 1904 his ral States Water Works Assocla tlon Elect Officers Dayton 0 SepL 18The Central F1JournedToledo The following officers remadeelected President Frank J Kelleyannati vice president T R Cook andHeegerasChattanoogad RapIds miih r M r McKintheWheeling W Va secreti try W ChasE UTHE MEXICAN VETERANS mo1JcoloiStnounIndianapolis Veteradjourned EasStsprane OnlalwhoFreders Three Men Literally Parboiled chLouisannuascame fieldThursdaywater They were literal dtendaBSanStates transport Sherman arrived cruisinfantry theeAnthracite Collieries Close Down Mathracltesylvania Railroad Co in the Wy g Shamokin and Schuylklll fields and be closed down Friday and Sat About 20000 men and boys be Idle as a result to his FloodLaCroscefamilies adjacent to LaCrosse areg with what valuables they can tractfs weeping the Mississippi valley Torpedo Boat Injured Brhaswith bow plates buckled and and a foot of water in aft on h dentitwatertraInsStabbed In the Neck LIb1ftlcall3CAulje4 n liaTJ 19 tb eci wh l1U taI wlf r IRISH PATRIOT BTHE Anniversary of Robert Emmets Execution Columbus 0 Sept 21The Emmet Itcentennial celebration held hero Sun day wa participated In by IrishAmerl cans from all sections of Ohio It Is estimated that 25000 excursionists brought Into the city Including WayneIndoon of Irish societies About 3 lboIthe C heroolumbusJames P Madlgan of Cleveland VindResponses wero made by 01gllnCapt LaureGeorgeonechairm Tuscuespeakers were James E Syracuse N Y national pre the oldleltumbusthe order Sun day night a mass meeting the Hoard of Trade auditorium the auspices of the ladles nil A O IL was addressed by Rev VernonCatoon meeting was the follow IVe IrishAmerican cItizens of cente judgnnialof Irelands best loved patriot rt Emmet affirm ourundylng e to the principles for wh Fought and died Our ambition Is that mmet to see a republic eat bllditofupon Irish soil and we will never be satisfied with less than absolute dependence Chi andcagoment HeingUnited Irish societies of Chicago adopted resolutions declaring that no settlement of the Irish question short of national independence wlll satisfy the JollyaspirationsThe for the gathering was the 100th anniversary ol the cxccu tlon of Robert Emmet and the reso lutions were emphatic that no Ireland will satisfy men of Irish blood but the Ireland for which Emmet died Ire land a nation of free and independent making her pwn laws floating her own lag uspshapingknowledglng allegiance to no power de the limits with which nature bounded the island The following resolution was adopt ed While wo recognize In the landa bill which has recently become law a substantial concession to the just de man ds of the Irish people we do not regard It as either a settlement or a compromise of the Irish question We rISJISIeaKucsed activity the movrm legislative IndOfcTtT Hold to be r 4 t than the set1 tlonJ i a i f n e 5 I4 a Otfe 4 tI5 9 trs f nunn bullet throngs tene poinmentand had Hred in Kansas City 20 ars coming zero from Switzerland tuciscnjo od a prosperous growth until the Hood car when he lost nearly all of property weeks later fire made the ru a this packing plant ty complete Cured By Electricity 15 ca N ySept 21A remnrka case in which a woman has been to speak after inability to utter a word for three years is that of Miss a Lewis She is 50 years oC aseDlost the use of her vocal cordsJgh paralysis A local physician restored their tim through dccfrey applications of varying power to throat It Boers Colonizing In Mexico Monterey Mex Sept 21Gen AV the Snyman one of the leaders of the Boeranny during the recent war d his entire newLa Whiyandontrillesrom South Africa to Join himJ Attacked By AnAngry Liontelt St Louis HI Sept 21 Dur a perfonpance here an angry lion g upon eeper Ricardo who was John ofOnlyli JohnfeWilder Brigade Reunion Lolto a close Sunday at the battle fling6uswaitendancettleships Arrive at New York AIr Chicago from Fortress Mon dren 18AtlanflcLondon Ct reached this rtcrimVictim of An Assassin one N Y Sept 21O P DexL SprlAdirondacka man of wealth was shot and Crab tbcseltrolldslayer has been found InvestigateCblcago announc AI tlonfnvestfgatecomblnatlons rs and labor unions which crush drys rhlsIngTwo Men Killed in a Wreck rownsvUle Pa Sept 21Two were instantly killed in a freight Garr bloolportprobably rests with the victimswasflagman was out to warn other murder fixed TLIbertyrt bas made an order which prac prohibits Uncle Tom Cabin 11from being JIve he county Mp niln99l 1 ft I 1 f ioaJ t iiI Ck l 1k IIt i State News Happenings I K f Pt t CONGRESSMAN BOREING DEAD Only Republican In the Kentucky Dele gallon Passes Away London Ky Sept 17 Congress man Vincent Borelng died at his home Wednesday or pneumonia strlpcent forcing of London Laurel tunTremo ed with his father Murray Boreing to l county In 1817 was educated urel seminary London Ky and lum college Greenville Tenn teered In the union army In Com InIr on account of meritorious con was commissioned first Heuten Bramlettheld HlIIarytendcnt of public schools In 1868 ami editortLond 4onhOhioe in 188C president of the Cum nil Valley Land Co In 1887 anti president of the First national bank reprchiay Delegate In the general conference the Methodist Episcopal church was department commander of the de inpartment of Kentucky G A R In 1889 was elected to the 46lh congress reelected to the 57th congress was afterward reelected to the congress London Ky Sept 19The funeral of Judge Vincent forcing toofomthcFriday afternoon at 4 Southern Methodist church Rev G I performing the rites Only about onc third of the people could find standing room In the building and when the bcdy was borne from the church to the grave the largest con course ever gathered in this city fob lowed Throughout the entire county Friday was a day of mourning Business was eiutied and the sebooi5 tIlt missed that even the children might pay a last tribute to the honored dead Hun dreds viewed the body both nt the church and the grave and it was only few minutes before sunset when the remains were laid to rest Honorajr pallbearers who attendjyirr were J A Crajttx V V G Shp ilolt vrf 3 I I j f iir Vi 7i IsI r I p V1ic fg s r tIim t ic1 e to ves Louisville Ky frosts were gencial toTT snutu rwv v Friday morning Some Injury tobacco was reportedCoSeveral Good Oil Wells Montlcello Ky Sept IP The Cif Oil Co brought In Coffy No Frl day estimated at 50 barrels Louis Nalx brought In Tuttle No good for barrels Oil was found In the flea W ver creek sand at C50 feet Tho Ken tack y Consolidated Oil Co broaght Ju good well this week at Gap c reelTW Godfrey Hunter a Can dldateLoLouisville Ky Sept was said Wednesday night that 11IIT God Hunter will be a candidate to sue cectl thc late Vincent Borelng as con dep sressman from the Eleventh district is believed that Dr Hunter would have opposed forcing next year had latter lived to enter time race His Heart Iligiuncasterttaker l n TcnncitedtoeprobablyHith J B Masters Friday The uity arose over towe capesurrentleredTO Lo Gruisvillein thternalhomVte Vincent Dancing In congress been He Killed a Bystander LeFridayyoung man named Keltner were scnf ready chasgedanotstantlyThe Awful Crime at Ashland hland Ky Sept 19Mrs James Josepwho80 Is dead Neal Ellis and Craft made takeneAged Man Commits Suicide MatKyOrchard coalatprepcdNow a Local Option County IexelectionsWeathery precincts resulted in the race winning by a large majority in th cepttlonColumbus Garrison Held For Murder Somerset Ky Sept 18 Columbus HibblyFrankhilledJn the second degree with at 2000yearAttend the Annual Reunion wport Ky Sept 18The mem f the Sixteenth Kentucky ntant thisyrvieirpd to go thfre by the Mayjvje s die t0 MAJ S P 011058tare Time WorldRenewed Restaurant Marl Expired at Lexington Lex tamedingtonP Gross a world renowned restaU- Ho ran iiienl weeks ago anti brought to his home here Gross trapngo worlds fair which he lost in the Kentucky restaurant at the Paris exposition Ho retrieved at tho But falo e looxpositionconduct a restaurant In St Louis Ho was with againCalof the Ocean VIei hotel Virginia Maj Gross came from Prussia 45 years He h Fateasbusiness here He leaves a wife and two daughters in Cincinnati He onco ran a restaurant in Washington AN UNNECESSARY EXPENSE 000 Family Monument Is a Use les mosLouisville Ky Sept 17 Judge Shae ed th absoluttnot a necessary expense of a mydecetl ents estate and that a widows Inter est in onehalf of the personi lit not to be subjected to a pro such an expense Th opinion was handed down In the case of the Louisville Trust Co ax ocut ot terso tonPatterson the widow Pa ued mVatPOLITICS WAS BARREl Distinguished Kentucklans Guests of TomConfederate Lexington Ky Sept 18 The state reunion of confederate veterans took place here Thursday Among the dis ting uuislied guests were Senator B McCreary Senator Blackburn Morris B Belknap republican candl date for governor andGen Sic on Dol inUnderspeeches were allowed and no politics discussed v1 0 lanvllle siwke of y I tS lVTL I tt1 tsr I pp I 5 frts e imqe tS lp 4t Iyr1rts f e j tS Faywooy n miqnmntyker Game at Latonla Raided vington Ky Sept ID Acting on Chief tine DetecGaffneythe Latonla hotel Friday at noon and arrested two of the players who gave their names as W B Kline and C and rangersthethe game was going on LionoIouisvilletack repeaywith KragJorgcnsen rifles for the ma pensneuv iillartmentance of 3500 KragJorgensens but only 1149 will be used during the ma cliamu tuenv ersremeBystander Killed In OutmlinterMlddlesborp Ky Sept 19 George tower anti TO th lciee3sce river near hero ant I 1Iih nnllf r them neyPwastoserd Threatened With Paralysis eenup Ky Sept 18coi- t Sam they who has been chile clerk me e office of the Easterly Kentucky way Co has been taken to his had e in Iroton O threatened with A ysis For several moths he has complaining be StatePhillips byalipsbig string of yearlings by pur e of W C Overton of Versailles of three colts one by Handssole herby Falsetto and another by egate Insane FronvHI Losses Carlisle Ky Sept 19 Magistrate h Whaley of near this city who became deranged from losses in stock trading wasThursday to a private sanitarium near ville New Coal Company at Clay disonvlhie Ky Sept 18 Anew company has been formed at Liwhichlands In and around that place rator to developing the coal there Horse Breeder Sells Out lngton KyM Sept 18F P Kidd has been engaged In breeding ilunentisd a position as a whisky sales Negro Sentenced For Lift Frankfort Ky Sept 17 SquireA er a Negro convict who killed Smith a fellow convict In the lort penitentiary In 1902 was a life sentence Wednesday Bib has served 14 years of a 21ono sentence for manslaughter jRobbedi7AjovBenton hereWednesday MIUT li was robbed cf his pocket tpu d r341rih tIcot1 a I YANKEE INVEHTIOHS Chtne e Newipaper IB the bIIIP place Oe crlbe an Ingenious American ConlrlTance r Admiral Dewey was a prominent figure at jthe Saratoga rates Uutually he occupied a vbox One afternoon a party of farmers dime u p to hake hands him and there naturally the talk turned to sgricuU the Motion Poet When I was in the Philippines f aid Ad miral Uewey an American retident brought me one day a Chinese paper He said tate would interest me because it ion an account of an American invention with a mile he translated a pats graph that ran something like thUt The ingenuity of the lankee is typified a liens nest that he hat recently in and patented This net incrette the laving capacity the bane to an un JCoiimitei degree the bottom of it there door governed by a delicate priiiK en lays an egg the weight of whicn cauM the trap door to open whereupon the egg drops down into a subterranean com partment and the door closes very iwiflMW lently again The lieu gets up turnrf fc al egg but sees none there bo tshe decide that lie must b raittaken in ngthinki he had laid tied ihe sits down and depoitsanojher egg which like diappcani ibe procet continue indefinitely Texas Flnda a nemeJjr 1rthat caused by the nvtroductioo recently of a new remedy for kidney diseasej This remedy has already in thousands cue and almost every case the results have been wonderful 3FatefI asuffered with Kidney Trouble for over nths I was very bad and could get g to helpme 1 heard of the nWremedy a Pill I began to use these pills and very soon found myself improving I kept on and now can say am eared and free from any symptom old trouble m very glad I heard of this wonderful remed and J would strongly advise any ione s uffering with to try it cureataProper Ulnttnctloo J4itt leMarysbigeisterwasengRet0MnBrow iwith Marys brother Her father was writ This IOfl and prospectireaonmn4awand vthe little girl if she had a mersageno s tend to Mr Brown V hat miall IMypapaukedshe hr laid the father 1 believe utU t t fashion to tend your love Some minute later her father AM what shall I savtobrotherToni- iWell replied the little nm with tItch you may Ecad my fashuonabme lore to 3rown and lay real love to rothct Philadelphia Pret Nothing sew The longer I live sighed the cege ann the more I learn the more firmly am Icon vinced that I know absolutely nothing agoWot nh use London TitDits StoiM the Conch works Off tie cold Laxative Brcmo Tablets Price 25 cents dos n r I5 I lr4vIe s Tr i 4 5 0 S ipp a PIcC Is i 4 7 rZ etthem itPerfectly imple aKS perfect it dyeins with Putnam Fadeless A man a judgment on others is his verdict hiinself lUniY Horn Right must count before reaionRamuHorn TRIED BY TIME Eugene E Lario of 751 TwentiethAven StaDenvern are at liberty tot what I first stated gii our Denver pa Kidneyin for 1 have had no reason in the interim ge my opinion of the dy I said when first viewed that if I hail friend andjacquaintance suffering from backache ZIdneytrouble I would ltnt incrlv advise- to take Doans Kid ilis I was swbjeet vero attacks of bay ache always Aaggravated if I sat lougat a desk Itstruclc me that if Deans Kidney Tills performed half what they pronmed to indUecitrystopped time backache I have never a pain or twinge since FREE TRIAL of this preat medicine which cured Mr Larfo will mailed to any part of the United s on application Address Foster rn Co Buffalo N Y For smile l druggists price 50 cents p riwr ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters ttle Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of 3S F caitilla Wrapper Below 7 takeIr RTEIS FWNEAlACIf I FIR MZZINESS j T Ftt IIUHSKIt 1 I Fit TIM 1IVEI FM CBNtTlPATIM FHSAIUWSKIM 1iFIRTHECIHPLEXtM gIp = CURE SICK HEADACHE I PAY SPOT CASH FOR TY A LAND WARRANTS Jt i c lih i jt i r t The Wise Man and their Foolish Man j One builds fOl Eternity the Other Only for Time II I Sermon by the Hlghway cnd Byway Preacher L IJ Lr IJIs If J flJI l Coprrlcbt igo3 br J M Edsoxi i THiVIS MAN AND THE FOOLISH 1 MAN Chicago Sunday Sept 20 13 1TOOth r foundation can no man Iny h d thnn that Is laid which Is Jesus Christ 1 I Cop 511 r N CONNECTION with our text we wish to Invite your attention to the parable of the wise man and the r foolish man found in the clos t ing verses of the seventh chapter of Matthew Both men were builders Both had the same purpose that of rearing a house Their skill as workmen was not questioned But In the matter of foundation for hcir buildings there was a striking and vital difference One built on the 1 rock the other thoughtlessly con Gtruclcd his house on the sand prob ably the most convenient antI easiest place to be had at the time In fact t k have thought that perhaps the lum I br for the house had to be bronght I 4 by boat and was unloaded upon the 11Iach and here while the skies over j J lul were fair and the waters In front were placid and the sand lay r firm and smooth he thoughtlessly and forJlifhly built his house The oti7cr if man at the cost of great labor and 5e 4Iml yarned his lumber up to the heights above the shore and 1tuilthis house there And probably the foolish man who built upon the v sand had his house completed and was settling therein almost before the wise 1L mSn who built upon the rock had beg lIlto get the frame of his house to gether And I imagine in the very I start when the vessel was unloading the cargo of lumber that he tried to t Set his friend to build with him on r the sand and when he was unable to prevail upon him so to do he took to bantering anti ridiculing him and KQiiKht every means of discouraging f Min But the wise man knew the 1 Value of a solid foundation and In the f eof trial and discouragement anti L hdrdihlp ho built upon the rock the sun shone and the gentle brcmcs lolew and the waters rippled while the 1j6use upon the rock and the house bi ftvpn the sand stood bravely up and t1o shelter and comfort to their h t ifctupanUry dascameand went the than In I r r be on the sund seemed to be I f T as rafe and comfortable and happy as theI rnan In the houee on the rock And the 1c rman with his feet resting upon the rock d talk with the man whose fect were i JIII In the sand and he would con- s i i to warn him o the peril when the t r1 ramp and would try to l i f 1 4r Itw + t f0 jr J J 4 t l a f 0 9lr t T t1 t 3 s i fI 4 iIi Y jt ti i Jftt 4 wt M i + r 4 I v r i t t i I tf t1frt fi v = d iII 1i t 1 OII 10 4f r it k Jri 4 CI S j j a t 1 1 rt f f t i sccndcd ty Q1e wise ea I e fe11llri lf Its violence as It rushed and heat and j1 t toreabout his house butjiever a fear troubled his heart for he knew the old rot k would Etand and with it the house Irt 1 1r fi1ledlthdrtadforthefateofhlsfrlendll hid founded thereon But he was t i AEulted Jhe sand from underneath the 4 yjlls of the house the wind wrertched end lore at the creaking fallIngtimberse- ntII j jat WIUi the fan of that house which T f was built upon the Ea ndThewlle man t fit ard the crash of thewalls he heard j the groans and shrieks of the dying but t4 lp he vas powerless help The nextmorn l 1 J t ing ps he looked forth from his stanch q abode nestled safely upon the unshaken if t r 1i rocK he could see nothing but thegiiEtcn J tyitInland where his friends house had i and along tho shore lay ttrtwn 1 l theEbattercd and splintered timbers that of J once had proudly sheltered the foolish thai who bo5d built upon the sand The ttfSaIbe f ian as a foundation was Insecure un L i stable The rock was the only safe en I Sdurtug foundation t f foolish man Is the man without ft 5S Aroundation he Is the man whose Hfcfcsts upon nothing outside of himself r pcapart from the things of time And bulldafol1trr ff foundation can no man lay than that Is ft Tajd whicb is Jesus Christ Men do try 1 hlS to lay other foundations with such ma ti terf ls as the world can provide and theyI r i Lxhaust human skill and learning and In Eendlty In the task but when they have ftnlshedthelrtaskrIs worthy the name foundation tenet be cjadurlng it must sustain the superstructure as Icng as the superstructure- rilliasLi The soul of man Ilvbson be 1 the grave and If the life of that ti i i frpnd Is not retting on an enduring foun it is doomed tj destruction be fJi rF the grave even as the house which TJrasrtniilt upon the shlftlne uncertain k ji sand i foundation can no anlaI v4f thin that Is laid which Is Jesus SS Does man heap up theglittering shinlnR TfI fl Sgptd and establish hlsEOul thereon and V C i delight himself In the fatness of thisIV wbf l ItVis a foundation which even 4 lotigh It should endure through thisI tl t Jlfejg unavailing In the life beyond t it g eRlchs have wings and like the awayiaie Ji R is It worldly power or social rf Distinction or political prestige hu goodU1 1 I ouiil1atIons which man would lay for t JciiJt kIinself They are no fOUndations at SJ 4 r IJO r they wilinot stAnd the test of 1 t filyT11e1wm not endure aB long rc 5 eur1IYI ftEOI1IForohetfounda l Ioucaa no manlaytharthat b laId hld 1MTh ton arnot eittoteIlyOUh ow to lay a fdunwlon oJ Vearenotgothgotryt show you owI can ipmve the foundatioxyOti have teiit 71I1gtla1J1i which to establish t u cometo you Jn the iL j we of tke eternal God of Heaven and- cf palM you to the only foendatloB theI i Rncl Chriet Jesus x1e God who has you and lthln your i i k 1i Ji 0 that iiredjDUs undylng soul has yVji to perish tipoS the shifting Itatof time but hseatabiahed aeue- IR tDurJagFouckdon Ft4aUO ic4hrat VOT t f JUl rtttIP vO i Wj t uOf r O J 1 iS lof h IV oJ f f j l1 I ilUr M G lj l tr t C i1I1rrZr J peace and safety As vce sing In the old Gospel hymn All other ground Js sink Ing sand And so the man whose lire is not founded on the Rock Christ Jesus is the man without a foundation he in the foolish man gWupIon man a I is unsafe Unsafe The fact that ho does not realize h sperlt does not prove that his position Is not unsafe The man who a few years ago was NhiDrjwlththchis lips while rhhr friends oh thobank sought to warn him of his peril wits not kept from going down to death In the roaring plunging waters because he did not realize his peril And the man without a foundation is In a position of peril of awful pefll and In danger ot plunging his soul Into etornal ruin even though he does not rel7e It And the fact that the man wltnour i foundation continues to prosprtnt flourish In this life docs noliirove perilIone mysteries e which troubles the Christian sometimes The man without a foundation seems to have so much and to be EO securely established and the Christian who has a foundation has so little This was what troubled the PnalmlM He says was envious at the foolish when I saw the prosperity of the wicked Without foundation they seemed to have so much and to endure But he went Into the presence of the Lord then says he I understood their end Surely Thou didst set them In slippery places Thou castrst then down to destruction During tho time of fair skies and gentle winds tb house on the sand stood but when the storm came it fell During the few years of this life the man without foundation may seem to get along pretty well but when the storms of lire settle down and death cuts the soul ort then the awful lack of foundation Is realized The man without a founda tion Is In terrible peril for thls life the man without BUT foundation is unstable in all hi ways The Psalmist in the fire Psalm sharply draws the contrast between the man with a foundation and the man without The former Is Ilk a tree planted deeply arid firmly bU rivers of water that brlngeth forth hi fruit In his season his leaf also shall not wither and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper But the man without a foundation is like the chaff which the wind drlveth away He Is tossed hither and thither Inclination draws this way today and circumstances and temptations drive that way to Errow There Isno fixedness or nr n I t o iAd t fo fW t 1Jt rl t k jt II 1 1 ttTwt t 1 tl r1 Sw t t F f rr t W Not many weeks ago there came g moving through the streets of the see lion of the city whercl reside ia house A house without a foundation And was on the move As I passed lt f one evening with my little girl she suddenly exclaimed Why papa there Is someone living In U AndIsure enough therewas A MilS withvout foundation sheltering Its precious human lives And roanya hpman life without foundation Is sheltering an eternal soul And it move on Her today there tomorrow a1 perpetual menace to the precious soul it shelters BUT the house which was moving h the streets was being taken as direct as possible to a foundation which would support It and give It permanency Would that everyone who hears or reads this message who Is without foundation might be led to move upon the only Foundation Christ Jesus God Is not going to push His Foundation under you and force you to stand upon It You must leave your present position and get over to where Christ is Repent Is Goda tees sage to you The hard unrepentant heart does not realize the peril of the Elnking sand but repentance open the eyes of tho soul toiLs desperate and lost condition In sin God he merciful to me a 8lnncrsmust be the cry Repentance sincere and genuinet repentanceIs the condition which will break the letters whichmhind you to th present position sand arid will make yoy willing and eager to get upon the sure Foundation of Jesus Christ And faIth Is thet cable which will draw you nod plant a your feet upon the ock Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shall be saved And If your faith Is small verY small you may come to Jesus as did that father long long years and cry LorI I believe help agoi mine unbelief Ah how great is Gods mercy It ia able to reach to the depths of the mire of sin and place the feet upon the Eternal Rock Ah how great la Gods patience as He waits for sinful and lost man to turn from death to life from darkness to light He hears the faintest cry His band is outstretched to save what does salvation throughtBUT rlst meant It means1 heart and changed life The old hcartI has desires away from God That is the reason Jesus told NIcodemus that he must be born again But the new- hearttvhich God creates for the beIliever In Christ has a new and larger capacity for God Gods Word declares that if any man be In Christ CthatlsIif a man by repentance and faith has become established upon Christ the Foundation he is a pew creature old things are passed away behold all things are become new The old man with if s affections and lusts cannot become established upon Christ the Foundation If the rich young man could have come into the Kingdom of God dragging his riches with him he would gladly have come And if man a soul which is clinging to the oldifec to Its ambitions and its sins could bringJ ItwoultlIcame upon Christ Jesus ircufe be the cSeenscC life The new hef IB the popseifilqn Jj ot wl a I1terei UPOII 7 rfi s ry tY oJO Yy 7 k 1 7c 5rt cr p pcrol I the sure Foundation The foolish man without foundation knows no such pos session The new heart is part of the glorious transformation which God brings to pass In the life when It turns to the Rock Christ Jesus for salvation and refuge Mow appropriate It Is that upon the only sure Foundation God places the man with a new heart The old heart Is deceitful above all things anti desperatey wicked hut the new heart which God creates Is the center of the Divine life which Is planted there and which God desires to have grow untllt has attalnrd unto the fullness of tho Bt lure of Christ The Founda lion for a purer and larger anti better life This Is the building which It is Gods purpose you shall place upon the Foundation He has laid for you THIS means the changed life God intended the Christian to go nfl living the old life of sin The Tmirfflatlon Is worthy of more honor ahl superstructure Right here Is the- iticrounul of the Christian The mpjLVlth Christ as his Foundation Is has conflict There mus- tbsa Striving to put off the old man aid to put on the new The changed life is the superstructure which graces and honors the Foundation Christ It Ja the gold and silver of a pure anO holy life ft la the precious stones of loving faithful service which the Chris tlan must build upon the Foundation Paul goes on to declare that every mans work shall be made manifest for the day shall declare It because it shall be revealed by fire anti the fire 1shalltry every mans work of what sort It Is If It be gold an1 silver and pre clous stones It will abide but If wood or hay or stubble It will suffer loss and the soul will he saved so as by fire God Intends every life which Is founded upon the Rock Christ Jesus shall be the changed life Would you dishonor Christ by clinging to the old life hy seeking delight anti satisfaction in the old paths and old In dulgences Oh what a low plane many of us live upon We claim Christ ns thoughIChristian but we cannot be distinguished by our conduct from the chit dren of the world We claim safety on the Foundation but most of our time Is spent down on the sand with the man without any foundation No wonder reproach Is brought upon the name 1of Christ antI the people of the world are but slowly brought to realize the peril of no foundationr 1GOD calls the man In this life vhs without foundation foollshbut when the day of grace has passed and the soul passes on Into eternity Hi calls him a lost man Now while the Itday of grace brings salvation nigh seeks to have the man on the sand mount to trie Rock Before the storm- e of Gods wrath against ala breaks over the soul it may leave the shifting sand Isand find safety and security upon the everlasting Rock but wrier he dark night settles down It will 1i mo late Nothing then can save the rr i without foundation The FooIIf an has become the lost man andoriv ccrnlty will reveal all the horror a d agony and anguish of the soul it In Its sin The wise man wh ystab lIh101ft l If ji C55451 I i JE r t o tv r f 5 rII 2 i s IV r tii t ivc1k f J i i SIiS 1 T RJ 4 5a t ItiI 5q5SrSS5 t rvr r Silence epajfo the thoughts i- nentiiiTIsiIencc for considcratior of duty Silence as well as gentleness would seem beloved of God For to thf human sense and like the mighty mani Estatlon ofa serene lesson the skies and the great spaces between the stars arc silent Silent too for the most Is earth save where gentle sounds ary the quiet of the country and the fluctuating Eolltudes of the waters Folly and passion are rebuked before It peace loves It anti hearts are drawn together by It conscious of one service and of one duty of sympathy Violence Is partial and transitory gentleness alone is uni versal and ever sure It war said of oldIunder a partial law and with a limited In tention but with a spirit beyond the In tention which emanated from the God given wisdom In the heart that there came a wind that rent the mountains and broke the rocks in pieces before the Lord buttheLordwasnotlnthewInd j anti after the wind was an earthquake but the Lord was not In the earthquake T theyLordfirea still small voice Such is the CodJ given voice of conscience In the heart must potent when most gentle breaking before It the difficulties of worldly trou ble and inspiring us with a calm deter ralnatlon Leigh Hunt Flue flhPu5 Dr Henry van Dyke says regarding he Bibles hold upon the life of the nation The English Bible was popu r In the broadest sense long before it was recognized as one of our noblest English classics It has colored the of the household and the streets well as molded the language of cholars It has been something moreI than a well of English undented it become a part of the spiritual atmosphere We hear the echoes of ItaI speech everywhere and the music of ts familiar phrases haunts all the fields and groves of our fine literature And so long as its words are studied by little children at their mothers knees and recognized by high critics as the model of pure English we mayIbe sure that neither the jargon of sci ence nor the slang of ignorance will be able to create shibboleth to divide tho people of our common race There be a medlumof communication In he language and Imagery of the Eng ish Bible Where legs Ar cot cdIlls reported that the dwellers in the Island of Papua are gradually losing the of their legs Perhaps says the cago RecordHerald this is a rest cureI retreat for the American telegraph sacs senger boyIYacht Race as Adi A London soapmaker Is clamoring for the next chance at racing for the cup The excellence of Sandy Hook as an ad vertising medium remarks the Chicago Tribune isbeng properly recognized Appropriate Mr Rockefellers portrait is belnf painted Jby i Hungarian artist Of itabSpcnlelnsc and KeepIng Still Not only to say the right thing t t the rlgbt place but far more dqPit t till to Jwve unsaid the wrong t at Ae tewpu3 1pmct4a1Lis f1JJpy f jI t 1 REBELS ARE MASSING Thousans of Them Congregating 011 the Frontier Beginning of Massacres Burnings and Destruction Compared With Which the Turkish Atrocities Will Seem Childs Play Threatened London Sept JTheDali Malls correspondent at Sofia telegraphs One of the revolutionary chiefs has Informed me that the revolutionist are massing thousands of men at varl ous points on the frontier anti thlr laboratories lire working Incessantly to replenish their stock of bombs anti explosives They do not count much on war between Turkey and Bulgaria but on the day they hear that the meeting between the czar and Empe ror Francis Joseph has not had the de sired result for Macedonia the world will witness the beginning of massa cres burnings antI destruction com pared with which the Turkish atroci tics will seem childs play The ban ner of revolution my Informant says will be unfurled In all the holder Ills tricts Every city and village wheth er the Inhabitants aro friends or foes will be destroyed and such a state of anarchy wilt be caused that the Turks will step outjfolunlarlly and leave the country to Macedonian survivors We have selected the frontier districts for these final operations so that Europe may hear the despairing cries of the dying nation which the Turks would stifle London Sept 21The Balkan sit nation presented few new features Sun day morning The German emperors Influence at Vienna Is said to have been thrown In favor ot allowing the sultan the utmost freedom In suppress ing the insurrection Both Turks and Macedonians claim the victories In the dally encounters A report from Sofia states that the Bulgarian military prep arations are reaching the stage of per faction that will enable the concentra tion of 200000 men on the frontier within a week and that the stocks of provisions weapons and ammunition are rapidly becoming efficient DINNER TO J B JACKSON He Is the First American Diplomatic Agent to Bulgaria Sofia Sept 21Prlnce Ferdinand Saturday evening gave a dinner party at the palace In honor of J B Jack son who in the afternoon had present ed his credentials as the first Amen can diplomatic agent to Bulgaria The guests Included F E IL Elliott the British diplomatic agent anti the But garlan ministers anti high officials Prince Ferdinand proposed the health of President Roosevelt speak ing In English and the courf tnrnd played a selection of American airs Great Is expressed not only In official but also in commercial clrclr at Americas action fn estab lishing diplomatic relations with Dill gas The belief prevalhvthat a great a4Aii i l s aSS iJ o t CtLsf Jc f 2f f lIoc r 1 I t i1 t a tW s r lfIi f 1 r 1 ruiseIti Toe kX artJe7e charged by tae speak ers with stirring upuhsurrecHon and thereby causing tKp slaughter nIGreek In oru r that ultimately Ru rla might annex Macedonia A on tribution of nearly 1000 was cai d to assist the persecuted Greek ac Sir Thomas Lipton Hettsr Chicago Sept i 91 condition of Sir Thomas Lipton was pronounced Friday night by his physicians to be entirely satisfactory and It is believed that all danger has passed though the doctors say that It will be several days before they will be able to make that statement with entire confidence Sir Thomas Lipton arrived in Chicago Tuesday suffering from a case of appendicitis He was taken to the Auditorium Annex hbtcl and a physi cian calledITwo New Counterfeits Washington Sept 18Chief Wilkie f the secret service announces tho IlrtIof two national bank conn One Is a ten dollar note o- nhPoples national lank of Rox 4urj Mass and the other Is a fivq iipjjfirnote on the Waltbam national ot Waltham Mass Irr1 Llabllltlek One Million Dollars Chicago Sept 9A petition hui- bttOi filed in the bankruptcy court tc baG James S Watson declared a bankrupt Watson was president ol Porter Bros Co who failed several months ago His liabilities are placed at ILOOOjQOt Armenians Mass Meeting Chicago Sept 2LMoo than tAO Chicago Armenians held a mass meet Ing and discussed ways and means tc stop what they deem a confiscation ol Armenian church property by Russia M B Serbn of the Armenian natlona church In America presided The Loving CupAwardcd gd IIUtrchSept 21lhe loving cup offere4 by II 0 Havemyer of New York for the best display of sugar beets before the Irrigation congress has been awarded to A Rhodes ot Garland Utah King Leopolds Reply to the Powers London Sept 21A Brussels dispatch to the Times says King Leo polds reply to the note of the powers concerning the Congo State contends that the alleged cruelties are based on untrustworthy testimony and repudiates the Idea of arbitration Shot By a Game Warden Wllkesbarro Pa Sept i1E W Campbell end of the game wardens of Luzerne county Sunday shot and probably fatally wounded Roman Dales 85 near Campbells leqie two miles from Pittston for violating the game law Worlds Visible Supply ef Cotton New Orleans Sept 19 Secretary Hesters stat ment of the worlds visi ble supply of cotton shows a total visi ble ot 1004156 against 1681933 last year of which 441156 is ftioerlcan The greatest ser hllgbt in the world Is one Just completedby Schick ert of Nur inburg Germany which has 516000060 candle power Tbe birth rates per 1000 muffled women undei1 45 yetys of age in Aus tralia fcr otyfarlSoi waa 91lzf i Iw 7Q J 3 Yb CI pr I r j 4z n I QUESTIONIFault Is Found With the Presidents Attitude in the Matters Chicago Sept 21 President Roosevelt Sunday was voted by the Chicago Federation of Labor a 9000 word letter of advice In which fault Is found with tho presidents altitude on tin question of open shops The letter was prompted by the decision of President Roosevelt In the Miller case In which the president said that Miller or any other man must not be discharged from the government printing office on account of nonmembership In a union Dcllclously unaware of tho hypoc nay of the world of finance honest anti humane but uninformed wore some of the clauses used to describe the president In the long letter of the open shop committee Its opening paragraphs contalned a definite disclaimer of any wish to at tack Mr Roosovelt the blame for the chief executives attitude In thee Miller affair being placed on coterie of certain wellknown Interests which nre constantly on guard around the white house The president was told that ho fell into error In his view of the question Because of that Impetuosity for which welove you A copy of the communication will he forwarded to Oyster Bay nt once under date of La bor day September 7 KILLED BY A POLO BALL Nathan Swift Son of Louis F Swift the Packer the Victim Chicago Sept 21Nathan Swift son of Louis F Swift the packer tiled Sunday from the effects of a blow on the temple with a polo ball at On wentsla field during a game The ac cident was at first thought to be trif ling Mr Swift was playing In a con test In which his companions were Frederic McLaughlin W W Rath bone Walter Farwell Sidney Love Walter Keith R It McCormick and Charles Garfield King Tho ball which struck Mr Swift was one that went high In the air and from the mallet of Mr Love Mr Swift did not appreciate the danger un til too late the glare of tho sun pre venting him from following toe ball In Its flight When the ball hit him he did not fall from his saddle and when his companions galloped to his side he was at first Inclined to make light of the Injury He was Induced to dismount but walked without aid from the field Arriving home he complained of dizziness and later he went Into a delirium which was fol lowed by his death HIS HEAD CUT OFF One Soldier Killed and Another Fa tally Injured Grand Rapids Mich Sept 21John Delater had his head cut off and John Manni was fatally Injured by an accl dent on the Bridge street bridge Both were members of Company B Second regiment M N G and were returning from rifle practice at Berlin riding on a Muskegon interurban line comblna hon baggage and passenger coach The soldiers were sitting in the door Jay t compartmenfi irs feet caught and he t i Jt c L l if ftkJ f 7 dici i i0J 1 tt 4 p it 5 5S St SS fIt cix Bulla Were Killed andSeveral Horses Slain El Paso Tex Sept 21Tbe news Dftytbonsanddollar bull ring at Jua rcz on the Mexican border was form ally opened here Sunday In the prosg once of 10000 people chiefly cans Six bulls were tortured and put to death and several horses were slain o bulls Cervera the famous ftSpanishthe troupetBALL PLAYER INJURED e Second Baseman Kelley Hit In the Head By a Pitched BallfSt Paul Minn Sept 21In a game of baseball here Sunday between the Winnipeg team champions of the Northern league and the Algonla la team of colored players W W Keheybsecond baseman of the hit In the head by a pitched ball and probably fatally Injured Kelley Is a brother of Manager Michael Kelley of the St Paul American association team Found Dead In a Tree New York Sept 21Floyd Knox aged 23 disappeared from his home in Hlllsdale two weeks ago while tern porarily Insane He was found dead In the woods by hunters Knox had climbed a tall tree secured himself there and then committed suicide by shooting Aged Man Frightened to Death New York Sept 21 Patrick Col lins 59 years old a driver In the cm ploy of the city has been frightened to death by the sudden glare of an au tomobile that nearly ran into his team In Jerome avenue at One Hundred and Seventieth street Population of the Philippines Ltionabout 8000000 The civilized people will number 7000000 antI the wild tribes who were counted imperfectly are estimated to number1 1000tOOOJ Indicted Man Cuts His Throat Chicago Sept 21Jacob Miller one of the grocers Indicted for conspiracy to defraud wholesale grocers together with5 several teamsters and receiving clerks cut his throat In the cninylnalR court building It is thought not liveLWellKnown Newspaper Man Dead Paris Sept 21James U Ferrl re wellknqwa newspaper man of New York died here Sunday as the result of a paralytic slrok t Huh wife In a fit ofrdlsfracUbli soon afterward com suicide COQ ert Hall Singer Murdered Paris Sept 21 Eugenie Fougere a wellknown music hall alnger wasCmurdered during Friday right In villa at Alx les Bains A females rv ant was also murdered and another was so maltreated that she has lost her reason Mlllmen Will Not Strike Ouray Col Sept 21At 2 oclock unday morning after a hitter fight for more than six hours the local miners union by a vote of to 50 decided that tie oJllmen iettJ got strlkj fpr an rtphtijiour diy I W p t ror ROYAL PERSONAGES The itinerary of the kaiser for the at year Just published shows that the same late in 1902 himajcfcty has made 62 journeys or a total of 24 miles One of Queen Wllhelminas treasures is a private journal or note book adorned with pen and ink sketches She and her friends Add to these sketches from time to time Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria is possessed by a curious belief or supersti tion lie baa tc famous horse ridden by Prince Alexander of Bulgaria at the battle of Slivnitza and he is convinced that so long nt he treats the animal welt he will never lose hU position in thee principality German newspapers mention among the signs of the time a recent an nouncement regarding Hugo Zu Ho henloheOehringen the first German prince who lens turned merchant With a merchant named Schodc he has formed a company with a capital of 573000 for using oil to fay the dust In ronds He is a brother of the duke ot Ujest who o vna vast forests in Siletla and Hungary King Edwards proficiency as a linguist was strikingly Illustrated during his recent visit to Paris At a private dinner given by M Loubet the French president read a very formal speech The king of England got up immedi ately after and delitered without a note an admirable speech in French Everybody was surprised when the na tive ruler spoke in his own tongue with elaborate preparation and the English sovereign spoke in the tongue of the Frenchman impromptu MINISTERS AND CHURCHES There are 103 Baptist churches In Russia with 22244 members rind last year 1251 were added by bap tism The oldest recorded minister of the Society of Friends Tn the world Mrs Phoebe Ann Gifford celebrated the one hundredth anniversary of her birth at her home in Providence H I recently Tlev Father John Chidwiclf late a chaplain on the receiving ship Co jumbla at the Brooklyn navy yard has tendered his resignation to Pres idept Roosevelt It is understood that the clergyman desires to return to pastoral work and It is expected that he will receive an Important par- Ish in New York city from Arch bishop Farley Father Chidujck be came famous os the chaplain of the Maine at the time of the explosion in Hanna1arborReraqds 3 cShane one of the Dominican fathers connected with the St Marys church in New Haven has just completed arrailge ments with the officials of Yale uni versity by jvhlch he is to become a member of the senior academy class for 1904 He wilt begin his studies with the seniors next fall for the de gree of bhchelor of arts This Is the first instance of Cntljplic priest With a parish appointment entering Yale for a degree or for Ftudof any kind ART AND ARTIST Tins Gladstone nvcmor ii fvVEliS c 7a44 l1 l t L t SS illiiRtrAteu Mrs Cadwallad congress has given a 3000 CL lon for a bust of theitrte Preslia McKinley has had considerable rc ognition in Europe Two of leer roups Speed anti Electricity have been placed on the facade of the new prtst office in Berlin liev William Eaiinsha the Meth dist minister convicted in Indiana few years ago of murdering hla and now serving a sentence in he penitentiary at Michigan City has developed a decided artistic tend ncy since his incarceration and Las executed some admirable pihitlngs ne of which is a birdseye view of the prison in which he at present re sides RAPID TRANSIT An airbrake for automobiles has en perfected The Berlin Germany DailyZeitung announces that thee aiitomobll fire engines introduced In that city are a complete suece- sSantosDumont says he will probably be obliged io make the trial trip in hIs tenpassengcr balloon with sandbags in place of persons 1ARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 19 CATTLE Common 2 25 3 65 Heavy j 4 60 4 65 CALVES Extra 7 25 7 60 HOGS Ch packers 6 30 35 Mixed packers tf 10 6 30 SHEEP Extra 3 15 3 23 LAMBS Extra 5 40 tJ 5 50 FLOUIl Spring pat 4 50 4 00 WHEAT No 2 red S5 85V No 3 winter 85 CORN No 2 mixed 511 OATS No 2 mixed 38 RYE No 2 62 63 HAVNew timothy H 00 POIKC1arfaxplly 15 45 ADSte fi 8 15 Ch 12- Cholctcreameny 22 APPLES Fancy 2 00 2 50 POTATOES Per bbl 1 75 2 00 TOUACCO New 3 50 3 00 Old 5 50 13 00 f Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 3 90 4 10 WHEAT No 2 red 78 79 No 3 spring 80 81 TCORN No 2 mixed 49 No 2 mixed 3- 7YENo 2 56- ORKAMess 13 25 13 37- ARDSteam 9 50 9 55 New York FLOUR Win sfrts 3 75 3 90 WHEAT No 2 red 835 CORN No 2 mixed 57y4 OATS No 2 mixed 9 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SHOULD IK8I8T CPOK HAV1SO WHAT THEY ASK MOlt REFVS1MO ALL BUB3TITUTKS OB IMITATIOtM ELECTROTYPES 1 UcrMtrrl t7 for sale at thu lownt price kr p PATENTStPfPZOER4JDCOBaXJTaah1ngmom3XiC ANKB 1988 r gx O TO TS1ttli EX pIsas 5 tt t 4i iiTri4tse1aiitI1qper- SS 4 jSa sjS lrISm SiS SS 5s r s t j4ztOW11LLE OUTLOC tetIreinIOWINGSVILLE KY OmcfdSs 7 Address all communications tflE OUTLOot Pt1tJLISUlNOCO or t iIIe MOHN W HOWASEU OwIngs- i y Subscribets desiring change of S4 Address shnuld I ways give pro vioUB ddTe8ben writing CoUellpohdentll Vbcn ltnfj LLr tionery should VAenMpti Tattt on Pparat6RYmr 4 1903oi1 IR1 4 i iV ANNOUNCEMENT I For StatD Senator We nre authorized to announce Vm BiWhitt of Carter county a vanilWnta Democratic nominee tor the Senate from this district at J b HoTCTObcr election 1903 1 r announcefett Garter countyr sr N candidate Republican nom for the Senate from this ds tit the November drctfon 1003 1 7 For Representative t r SmMttlard Jftcandidate Republican noni irEfor theLgiIIIlurc tom this theNovemberelectionI 19031 t ITmgrafters in the Indian land have a Bonaparte on a paign ufter then Of course t t hope and rather expect to Water loo him o iI ENGLAND has no Gladstone to t GoSo 4t a splendid opportunity if they I 1 a leader t pPJtAiuulcAcouldnt let Sir Thomas c i e trpttnlitt the Queens Cup but adermiited vro ratio disease appendicitis as the next best thingmofof MIM GOELET a New York mil Jionhelrofp has captuted the Duke allIThere no a b axferlcanViIl1unheIressosIt 1TuEfunnlest strike was that of r r 4rkli 4e Italians were t1ployedTho Italians then 4 tj because negroes were hired to l the Irishmens placesCa1 tf tf T7 S ATTORKBY GENE UAL 1NOX In spending his vacation in loading up with omiounltion for hi fight TbJt Uaw iolatorepo t v t= eaL t L 1 0 oit o I1 1T i s ttt i i 4 r r r Ji tI =Sdf1 f t tbe t rt tt t to i fo 2t1 117I t ri tfl v i A o iP Si I oil 1 I J t t 1t1 t it V iIii ri 4tzttj ht i tJ j l fj r tt tl i jIt i 4 I iJor f iitP t f p1A4r18E v 1 S Ioiit l I rsr 9 t iI Oti t J lJ ofu I ii 1rr 1j j j VIKCEKT BUREISO Repul t Congressman IromtheEleenthn t Ky district died of pneumonia at his home in London last week Be 1 i ttugthe only Republican in Con t from this State he wan y AdminlsJ1 THERE in now no barroom li3 ItheCupltol building atWnehington itbcinR against the It Is sold tt Ihestyeorcongressional trcS i fall calls for roomy hip j J j1tsto accominodnte pocket I onJjlrPlIlIlllpnvoled this law1 1i f tbeaeelrea buSoJ f JF Joseph Chamberlain succeeds fo7t1 Jn having Great Britain ado pt a f 1 v V ijj IL protective tariff dlcrlminltti rig in il favor of the British colonies agri i it jenlturMI prnduct against tbso ofs t ither countries Ihp farmers of the r United States will truly i 4what a fraud the U S reulizeql 1X0 tariffjL or TIrof T4 lit to1j t itt 11rUatbarMaineduringad earthiA i k and securing en ii Ii trance to fasbinniblo societyCitltir t uttiBica8irelofl the r 5t r fr71 1 4t N when bew recognized nndexh posed Soelety feels disgraced If i4 Jt be had been some foreign scamp ink 4 ir 1fJtha title the heiresses would it J Xi lavetoulCht lor his favor lI i r 1 1 ttt PJ OJWAXIZKO labor has bitter off tt Q P1 sore 1haaleanchew1nprote xtng Government priatiag port fli t iilice being an open jby i i Preeideut RonseveIttuIlng Whfe gave 1t iijr brg hzatI t demands uloreelll t ji t ifcaMifArightBlt becomes the duty had tJA exood citizena to oppo e 1tsde r l waads The federal government tel I f Dmizedrtbeterto to lIlIiQlpe I1 Ipriv t 6t 1lIeAu lprepCerous y- t4 1i fur TBtBritlBh Cabinet lies biirBted Mr upI H row over the roestabluh 0 i i MCBt of protectionism UR a Briticti HJ 1 Chamberlain whorls theT1 YdaNihor of the proposedreactionary sonsJ rJ JpolieyaBd three others have resign eria j cii Great Britain by means of cent rkr free trade hasulMig dominated jke ti i i t COHraereil1hnmberlalnXii D i 1ouayVjce r iC ter ihjii country to embark on i grsnc4creer of conquest arid y f r t flrYIIrY though he mode nearly t r E iIiuoriheBoer conquest fO 1t i 3 c- t1tI d 1cfJ irSr i t 4 4eet z 1r a4J 4 t c f d li l ij a fKgume pro uf organized labor against thSj tn1enient t T Am Foroi Miller in the Government Prini o and against the open eh g If the President Teare tIe politicnl effect und crawfishes11 be udmlrersto CORRESPONDENCE Mud Lick Delayed tnM rs Joe Highlcy continues i y Mr horns is nblo to be out again Clan thelittlo daughter of Currington ia sicktheiEd Wlllinrap who lindlicen working the past slimmer lot his bi otiilay erlnliiw Samuel Wilt has gone homo near Mt Sterling to help his father Richard Williams cut nndI house his tobacco Died the infant nf Mr and Mrs Tnylor Downs aged about two months JrictWaller Boyd nml wife visited tho formers mother at Judy SundRY Mrs Katie lloyd and MIss Lids rungailieraday arl mothers and 0 B S Attended Court in Mt Sic Monday MrsLucy Smathcrs nnd dx LucytheyMiss Blanch MoClain wns the gu Jesturd shiayMrsJMaggio Spratt Mrs sseit Mr sJoon Chaney and oChnlls ny Grange City Dillnrd Hopkins returned to IIIftnd ill Monday Newton Johnson left Monday for Cincinnati dieMissqu anito aIva Mrs Dr LW Jones t of Odessft visited her mother Mrs N John son Wednesday and ThurEday The young folks wero entertain TuesIlyn JruckftokeIS8W LUIO visited their cousins Mtr es Sa rrturdayMrs Victoria Newman Marin Eden Mrs Dr W 0 111 i 4 r4t jp 5 r i t tr t i1a r a5PhJ tLfF tJt1 9d l = vr r1 iI I4 i Fff54 f Ii 1 O c tt I i Ji i oIifOL 1 4 s W rgr o j 41 jr T4jT tucame lne held a meeting tltrSIfrXunday i1fKinneysanended They run a train downJfrom Yale A largo crowd of peo pie from Salt Lick Farmers and North Fork attended tho services 01sy Co died last Sun kidneyjnwife and son to mourn their Burial at the Alfrey graveyard awayk fietinwas a Ihtge crowd attended thepro rial The deceased wa8l1bout40 years of age Odessa Miss Oddie Pow r is improving slowly M rsC G Whaley has been te poorly for the past two weeks more V Three small frosts da ursday Friday and 58turduja morning ur8 A w Jones a couple days with homefoiks at Granoe y lasrwoekMQnfto a numiwr froth here at log- caktended the sliowstrebfaIr s larg uxgant1Aourt ddtlSeveral of the young folks at feattended thticecreams pper at HarpbKs Saturday night and reo another good time W B Powers and MW Garner the joiing folks a witermeloh Just week and of cfturse all life a good time asusur Mrs Lina Darnell visited bersisatQ Mrs P Pl1rceGnodpaliter L time nellxitid wife and other fi iendsa Owingsvllle this and last week Airs I R DHrnell visited herOmother Mrs Martha Jones and lust and MrsT R in Ow IngnilloCromSaturdaytill Mori Born hree of Mr nndMre Jerry Wil B younger children had diphth last week All are convales Conner One of John Riddles also was ballnarid is improving nicely and ied Mary daughter of Jo of typhoid fever n Gei butIJustrlltllJIt i t TJ l l Z f rI of 7 oP p ot trd t r 5S cr J Th re1a a WgifiSstFridny hxorn is nMrs Homer MarkSand want Sut relaIIIIY J W xiC kesleft Tuesday or lnt Joinhisweeks ago- Several of tho relatives from hero Attended the burial of Mrs Alice lhcn Co SSaturdayorlIlsses Bottle Daughrty nnd Ida Eden visited Misses Della anti Ollio Davin of Fleming Co Sunday nnd attended services at Edena Cli brolherEdr cousins Misses Carrie May Vice Saturday night and nd attended prayer meeting hero Saturday night Died Sept 19th Mary Vice 0 tkphoid fever She was the oldest daughter of lames and E T ice She wns a member of the lethodic t church having made that noble confession under the preaching by Roy Ed Snnford meetingherefather mother and several brothers and sisters to mourn their loss tr ofmentSunday afternoonSlBethel Morris Arrusmlth loft last week ecboolIngMrs Jane Quiscnborry is spend QlvenIg1OwingsilIeer D S Trumbo F Trumbo of Mt Sti- pped n carload of cattle FridaytlOJeAlexander Duffof Ste1 Wfl lilaSdaughter Mrs William 1ierntt The rain Thursday night considerable damage to the tobacco corn crops on Little Flat Creek Rev J T Fizer our new Metho dis etday to a largo nnd appreciative au nco Wo welcome Uro Fizer family to our midst forhpreach oji the Methodist C ence HcXgocs with the best es rerotofto see him leave- D S Trumbo attended the rin eral at Ellzaville of Mrs Thomas Byram well 5powntOoit ci Shefiod beenrfll for several a Funeral services conducted Spates of the Mel church and Rev Scudder of rlon churchoMrsMldl hd City Wator very scarceSHcavy frosl Lore Friday and Sat t r jktQt l I4i V 1 a i tC 0 ifSj 3J J F i if 1 gO t O Itt Sp A 1 Ic j 45S rj I j JEi f ayedi Lee nior is ScwUwellingwill Griffy returned after sev oral visit in daEdare quite lcfcwtf ver jfrt v We JodnesdayView JeonlI and family The slur mill closed down last SDBSgetting ready for a tide Stdybuildings and are quite aaim vement to our 1ttlo town Stepstone S P SteelA and wife spent Sun familyE L Payne and family ndJobnJ M Stout and bride left Mon for Upi is dulUeld Va after pleasant Visit at his fattera sa severaldorinlaw John Powers and family toss Sudio Stout left this morn Leers J L in Virginia viiifeirQver 0berwoekB return well pleased with her ttjteBurl Ray returned to hit work at Sa Soldier as one of the railroad carpenters fou utter a few days visit to clo father Jos Ray and family Wra DutY who had beenWMKing lny West aome w returned home last Monday Hi week He says home iagood enough for him beurThursday to wind up his buai Inise other place Watt obt MoKee of Chicago who Isfor visiting his brother nlaw Iexeraand family at Q tingsvilleag over Sunday spen fing the time sighteeeing ja prijeshould a freeze come goodby a Weineretts 8tage for a freezegoo tl 4 I YZffL 1 J s t l L V UDoar Prickly A4 Alfred Moore of Montgomery Goi visited jeliilivcB Quite u number from here rite tended CourtirTMt Sterling Mon day R L Stono ad wife visited reoJ latives in Montgomery Co from Sunday till Tuesday Mrs Frances Hamilton went Saturday to Roes Run to visit her son Stanton and wife idney lineman nnd wife orI AlminguianEa Steno and wife Sunday C H Carr visited his parents Carr and wife nenr Mt Ilpeiling from Saturday till 1uesd ay Coburn Hamilton returned homo Sunday from Montgomery seerolSunWoodson ofnIlInlelflInolItrs Lucy Williams of St CouepatoneHamilton from Friday day Mrs Jennie Hamilton went dRY to visit her niece Mrs Arthur Jacobs near Judy who is not ex pcctod to live InMuse J Mary and Lena Si rout near Sharpsburg were guests of Maeirirqut weekrThe icecrenm supper given at Harpers schoolhouse Saturday night was a success financial y and socially There was a largo at te The are to to yulwardRev B L Sand ford preached to a large audience before the supper OI nohero Sun d 11aytonlEd Oakley visited in Olympin Sunday JjIdJudo Yurbrough moved mtinines tnidat this week from the Wash Thompson and wife visit d his son John and wife her unbnd d LaayMr and Mrs D R Bishop tended church at Mt Sterling day reeknlelrs torescMrs Nannie Otis of Salt LiCk visited Mrs Dullard Swarts this eck call1nthsf her niece Mrs James Penix and Mrs Kate ylsitod 1r uls11- 1iri t our f 7 4 1 r I jS 1JA eIi i r li l oJIfj f C 0l21 t TT f iiIIr 4i JiIt1Jri t i 1 z g 7 hll been fort h montris worJiing I s Mrs Lunie Hohannon and Miss Iva Oakley visited Mrs Bullard warts Saturday and Sunday Mr anti Mrs henry Case went to Sharpshurg Friday to visit their ughter who has been very sicko of JSalthn Thompson Saturday and Sun Thy Mo theGIlbertwas here Thursday on business B F Herriott and wire of Mt erling visited friends here Wed ing ne sday to Mrs W R Nunnelly of Mt erling was a visitor hero Wed edny MraGco W Donton of Plum Calsitedtt Tuesday Ben F Hopkins anclEixnerll card for nan ot LIttle Rook wero revelltod Tuesday on buslnesdIi n ntRov J T Fizer the Moth odiatTpastor here will move his fi IydIstrict to Bethel Monday and will p reachIt here Sunday Sept 27th Kuw tOt alof f tobland Mis you Uncle Johnny was Howard ucxingtonwbllePhelps X maneuver a West Point as a mewJof the State militia Slate Valley nine and our borne am crossed bxtte over the plate ingsndSthbslOin favor pf 8bllrpsburgn 1gbo be QV8itJn Qt C A own and other relatltet hereNrentto Mr StBrHnc Wednesday to Gro jreyostreatekbyp The hardest rain that has izIIeaJoyears here came Wednesday ipiiload ouoeLock CnJ ells Br iUgatkseft known Ed 1ngpoute 7 Dr 0 P Clark YiIIlleave Mo for Russell Ky where ho wlfelMiss house to go to housekeeping nj urday are sorry to the Doctor is loadd f 2E 1 e = Cores Fen v D T ood wjlj leave forTcuaecd Th aterePolk carbsvilleMies Laura Workman lost a nice ref ieifer one day last week Miss Resale Workmans boat low called on her last Sunday c ing Deputy Sheriff A N Crook was in this neighborhood last week af ter the boys We had aconeidal troot here last Saturday morning but did not damage anything iterMrs John Sift ton visited her mother Mrs Mary Manning sevlJeral days last week CoM Carrie Razor and Miss Amanda Rice were in Owingi last Monday shopping Je poor terlybrother Dick is better tleurSqulra Gao W Razor heM hillped rt at Suit Lick last Snt Several cases were tried Jonm W Bailey visited his wife near Uwingsvillo last Sunday nnd Mon trcdayP lease correct the mistake In weeks It Va pastt itere was singing at the new chu Jrchoclock by Prof Green Myers ns teacher Mis Jennie Triplett of Polks e visited Mia J Mollio Foretat Squire G W Razors last Sunday eveningMarion Hamilton died last lay evening at 4 oclock of typhoid lev W05erheiyearsMo anrganJHoores Ferry and Centerfire atgIt noon The score was 21 to 23 In favor of Centerfire Moores Ferry said they were bad but Cen terfiro said they were worse than All Moores Ferry needs is fe Sorrell and Nnth Purvis to low for them Moores Ferry PolknilleSun Stoops Nim Byrd Jr is quite sick will soon comi nceCor Richard Watts continue p surlyThe frost Thursday night did no damage in this neighborhood S F Deal and wife of Jud guests of relatives here Sun It seems ns if this plimntp is ting the weather habit pretty Lirge crowd frum here are Ot tentllot the Mr tHf sc 4iif Sya 4C w JrC it t i iil SS 5rr i rlrklortimurru Gllbuo Hamilton has returned to lri bro ixittherinlawForrest Waldeok who wont ttxhu Cincinnati few weeks ago has seethe red a position in a grocery store ohn Thomas of Clnrk county thaomasndayiaMiss llattie Sechrest who spent summer with relatives here re piOklahomaMrs John H Taulbee is jjoprov rapidly Sho was well e ugh permit Mr Taulbee to return Frankfort Monday M cxlrshome Thursday after a sixv visit to relatives at DM Au and Kansas CityvMq Kind friends should do scjiWhing the wan who tliinksfikh a inEa method ot maklnl gasotra nigheof Kansas have fodfad AS easy to mdiiU as it Is to bridle ana aJddlo ado Married Sept 20th at the home Oj l he brides parents Wm Linton of1sperformed by SqulreJohnTrimfa peoplefnr of Crooks dra- ohnxile Mack has fever W theeweekandone Miss Lillie Johnson was in Ow- vllleSasurday tees gUIinob Goodan of Buffalo Illinois ni8 visiting relatives here 1 x con derveT Hovormale visited relatives Menifee county Sunday sh shipped two car s of cattle to New York Fri bere Grubbs and of Clu perfviSitedsIn Willson C IterflplfrifdEthel were in Owingsvillu Sat hel pit Peed Lathram shipped a car of cattle to Cincinnati Wed ay S A tfo1 rf l1j s t3et = t i i iw i t = = = Joe Kindig shipped a carlond of pennFytvnnlullee ail of hogs to Cincinnati Teusdny Parson Nixon and wife of Ow nndfelrunkship ped a carload uf cattle to Cin cinnati Saturday and S OClark2and 3c Sep B 6temberwas Miss Alice Anderson 5tC Graver and wife of Montgomery Co vieitsd G B Arm nod wife last villeIto her home in Lexington Sunday of a weekuviBitwith relatives here Reese LeadingHam of Elliott Co and Bob Wells of Roes Run ship- a cnrIootf of cattle to Cincin nati Tuesday 4KnobThero is some corn cut The pea crop IB nearly a failure tbeVR8wee A wanlf Phold fever ithic f as Adkins has been nt home from Virginia fro flicstCharles Rotten arrived from Huntington Saturday thisFI l III generally believed the I I rs will got considerable to erv StaationPete Collins will move mAsh soon Jude Yurbrough moved Olympia Sunday Jim Lowe will mTe hero soon Hob Hancrs will move Monday to Johnnio Bohan nons place Henryllighly isstrnnnely at ilictwo ed as is also John Yarbrougb their faces and heads arc swollen up out of all proportion with considerable soreness and chilling uUo a g encrite al debilitybere was a roan by the name of Jacobs from near Soldier looking five barrow hogs that were Julyverypposes they went on In the diulrection of Owingsville Mr Jacobs to pr makeepWhueveryhel1ldlIjhadnjidjilso hepnigit good citizen and 5Y5 Jtii 115k i 1 L L gk w f t t rT It 4 5 1 i 1 cJ III 11 r I rlp nf iIJ l 5IS 00 f i t StA I t b I flit I iS 5 rL crptntm IIIdly welcome them us upuIi8t t never 18U fusionist Through1 representatives of ibo labor un ions we have agreed on a line of pollcy The- 5nitiin teoturo is to hoe the constitution flu mended t we can have the Referendum the imperative Mandate that tHe rule of the people In fact We propose to play politicf in other words we are for sail the ie is an agreement to vote for of amendment ifei ecid to i Ulib suc hiahtoSlate Valley Elders Ross and ZlmmermanfiUIIthe pulpit hero jfslespr Elder Jack Jones wifef an Illinois is here visiting relatives a LolderMnigbtam Shultz sold one heifer to tWilliam Wright for 22 and one S12cllatCreekisthe family ofSam Shultzen maOwingevilloily of Sam Shultz Sunday Lion Butler Toy sold a one thousand eightypound steer to Ben Wright the FUt Creek at 360 per bun it d weight Sam Conyers has done some of That best work on the Owlngsville Wyoming road that baa IInin a M henraGeorgoJohnsonand of near terlguests GrehtflatttroverSy firstharehaveists mlntoadistect and a child of God can not thq plaiopinion slantoty 1 want to think that our and cher is good I dont want to the Lothatposition Elder Dawaon U entirely yonder rivelit fl5 i af5f tji 4 ii t f ci t 4ir47-P tw1 w iwI s L 5r= == r r = KentUCkfSgrifTrosI 4 STAKES 100000 PURSES 1 f 1j ctoberGrand jf S- nth Concerts o 1 7thh DailYp J 20000 FuturitYe5OOOMcDoweli 6000 Transylvania 3QOO Tennessee 3000 Walnut Hall Cup 5 OTHER GRAND RACESSTh Gwatsst Programme Ever Offered Half Rates on all Railroads iR C ESTILL President rE W SHANKUN Secretary L1 t to hoar a preacher tell his rers they con go to Heaven in k sins tell thorn to go on and if they sin they have an advocate Th Whatthis life that is like a apor should ker out and then what I be e in being a minute man like Elder Uawson Savoyards Letter Louisville Post Washington Sept14GovBeck ndncygovernment is in good finan condition and claims a great heltJlIglTho Federal government is entitled to the credit It came along nnd filled the State Treasury and thnt is why Kentucky is out of debt It uld hOve been the cams if lock ham had never been born or had Gen Haley never been a statesman it might have been better If Buck r or Brown had been Governor at enormous fee would hot htve en paid Capt Calhoun rho lhtn John Hendrick commented on that business in severer terms than any Republican has employed in the discussion of it and he wanted to know why capt Cnlbouns slipI ifated000 and upward Now that is a tter that challenges the atten n of the taxpayers of Kentucky Money dues not grow on trees in the old Commonwealth and if it tii hctliiy The boy Governor if ill 4 1S4 lt t tiI t k tl Zreut fri end ofirmi1iits Jeffi7nini- tndi Iced they say they are the only fri of that great man among the lx tingulr Now what study I have given thedoctrines of Mr Jeffergon leais mo to believe that our great father of American Democracy thoujhi just a little more of n free pressho than anything else Mr Jefferson was a voluminous writer himself and be wrote a great deal that wns called libelous Had theFederalistf his day had the contempt for erty that layout in Kentucky i Jefferson would have been in dieted a dozen timqs for criminal libel There is my friend Young EA1 on He is n journnlii t od one He got hold of nildead wspaper and made it alive It nted the news and served it in attractive style Mr Allison is Republican and his paper the uisville Herald is a Republican y4 Beck h am did not like the way Allison was running his paper to emphasize his objection n correspondent for the Herald was barred from a public otDco in the uf Frankfort This was a no 7 piepe of conduct that called for demulation and so Dorslzenehmencorrespondent of the Herald A Mean ickyld VIM could da htm no injury if his conduct was above reproaclr If NO Herald lied about the Governor N would only work an Injury totbNO Herald But the Governor i young NO ia no crime They say the No Governor is vain That is so crime er though it is a grievous I Exp a Governor They nay ICchmen flatter bilL Nor is even a crime Greafraen were fllul d before Bcckhani and great will be flattered after Beckham at men loved flattery bel ore khatn and great men wijl love ery after Ukhaui As in the sical universe planets of the magriltude have their sntelHtcs en why should Hot Beckti lila his Haley member of the Bcckban ad stration nMrMcCbeaneywho san office that the peopte elect another man to fill and is a ic functionary in contempt of public will and contrary to the- nestcanonsot Iree government hesnef says that Jie has been k paihueone of the correspondents of Herald The Herald is printed uisville MrMcChesney comes Livingston county way off nearly to the Mississippi Why didMr McChosney go tar There is just one answer He wanted to drag Allison down to his Livingston cotitxty dunghill The courisol Louisville are presid ed over by Democratic Judges y could not Mr McChesney trust thom Once there was e man named Defoe Ho wrote the most popular work of fiction in the world Robinson Crusoe He was a journalist greater than Al his on greater than any jourjmtist now living He was criminal libel by his political one esaxl and stood in the pIllor Itcwn s an infamy then It is nnjn a my now For above 200 yarS intblligpiit and virtuous public op inion has pilloried the political court that convicted him Mr Al lison tony go to jail Many a great er editor than Allison has been jailSfqr libel But McChosney ought to resign that olllce that belongs to another man before he assumes to bo a public prosecutor The begin ning of liberty is obedience to law Thero used to be a law in Kentucky that commanded that tho man who got most votes tit an election should Imro the office Mr McCljfisney is one of the nullifiers of ttuit law The Hon Jo BlackburnxJielpert boy Governor open scam pu tign Joe is a great orn ir great man He in a grea K not a great statesman Sor Joe is u great ass anti that l ho wa at Winchester lj His astttilt on Juilge IlecS wtia griituitotif and it was stu I t ctts tIo cbarxteteritii flcck as mtre 9dfl tIiJLQL 4 5 rJI i IftPtlj tratS v IiI C rtrlH rtti the Lit iirn worK rtno wit li jnJt I little viiinpuhction ns it did fur VHttcron liretk In ridge and Hon ivik Wow while Joe is m gretiS m resperthoif it conies to his knowledge time Ueckhiun iutter his job there willSa Neitlo of fljli There lire n bi lot of folks in Kentucky who think it against the law to oppose Joe Thnt is what spoiled him It all depends on theHepublicans If they support Mr Helknnp with vo th zhiytedKinley in 1886 Mr Delknnp will bo the next Governor of Kentuck3 unless they steal it Tho woods is full of Kentucky Demo cen t3 who regret inrIlsland Linti say The woods is foil of Kentucky Demoornts who respect admirenn K love Basil Duke and Steve SIrhrp r There are enough of such Demo crats in tho Kentucky woods tr rescue the State from the little chaps if the Repufillcuff is only patriotic enough to give one dnjr to old Kentucky SAVOTARD O RAILWAY at1yexcept Sun any Allijthers dally aIns2iandtcnrr7 sorvln lalacarte B AUP EFTEeTIVt4rJlY 3T 1W Tiunor TKAIKU AT PKIWTOS STATIOW KASTRODNP ni jo iam1249 pir21 1005 p m WX8THOCKD 9Lt 64Saz S S544p m- No a j113prt ress Trains for Louisville LexIngton Washington New York Eastern Cities Watches triaccUr3te to the sec ond moderate in price or the more expensive whichever yoq prefer 17Rogers Bros SpoonsTiiJ and Forks 4x CUT GLASS adS lcT 1 of all varieties JijKae Repairing 4 BAseoat STURGELL JEWELER OvyingsvjHe Kyi 44c StS