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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I t4 ift P 1 J I AlJJ I J at8 fIjuJ ri YAI d J rlif r h 4I3 t Ar4L f i1 7 e7atru 1 f11 t r I jnIr LIl AiI IWr I t f uJ ft j k00Jlfc 0 VOL XXV = OWINGSViLLE KENTUCKY THURS OCTOBER 1903 t f == J Jf 5 l f1 AVhon you hnvo a now Item or wish to conunutu cnto with ruE OUTLOOK offlco by phono ring UK 51 Fresh oysters at Nixons restaur 3h ant f Corncutting is going on slowly 1ic yet t4 A shower Sunday morning cnrly lit Jfalthe dustd7 ironPiVAwBoy to do ohoresGood It home J Witt HORSEMAN The carpenters work on tho Courthouse towor will bo about finished this wu3caJust receired carload of Bird I YprlooeWater has to be hauled regular lay for household use and for stock by most of the peopleSOrient UYayorle Frank fopen heaters at E L A T BTUONS 1LastBlue cloth and rubber lap robo on O Tunnel pike Re 1T turn to James T Peters ILL See our line of heating stoves be I fore buying Wo will give you c bortcrop prices BTKOK ilnoshe Henry Arnold and Miaa fda C Humphrey both of nearBothel DiIIEetate Oak Radiant omeI snd Cole AirTight Heaters y BrnoKjIARDUU Frosty mornings ore no uncom S 1 Non thing now but no damage of 1k much has been 10neI GnZ1Tho westhound C t 0 train that leaves Preston at 143 p in has a mall agent now and curries moll Col Bennett H Young of Louis ville will speak hero Monday in the interest of tho Democratic c p4j ticket S ThoC O A baseball club al4pweekmimBob Johnson has moved his bar il ito the room vacated byan Varhle Granite Co 1 j Pocket Imi jnccoctitting i praotirnlly r vpr Probably much of ii was cut v jSfinfor fear of rroRtIt is a hnrt crop oIcttcitalityhThe courtesy of tIi J If oupty Far AI1f1ocinti n t mw lfdged Tho fair will bheldat Falmouth Sept 30 to Oct 8 i3ii 9 Tjookout for winter nnCl get your heating ftove or grate Byronsis hardware is full of them must bi old prlcee lower than everrlNOTICE Receipts mustcomeoui if my horse book with my signature attached before account nnbt Mttled DR G W CQHHKR AU the uptodate heaters both 4l wood and col on hands ready Corp cI intp otlon prices dBYRON lion A W Bascom shipped by last week to J G z IIThoM1Yearling shorthorn bull for 75opI We are headquarters for stoves Taheds shovels pokers largest Jfne f closest pricesJ Inze it Henry MoAnespy the saddler was vMauUed and cut iutbe eye by aw ii Carpenter of Stepstone MbAnes py once worked at his trade here being foraerly of Farmera o f NOTiOKi Havinjt conso icoted ay business with E H Brother 11ber81 yrequesttl1at alt knowin1 itI theeaMlves indebted tome will call I nd settle their accounts at oncahW RAY Bob Nixons dog acted queerly Sr Bear noon Saturday from either poison or hydrophobia and was 2ihotand killed in front of T M Perry ik Coa store The four II reports enlivened the town somey what I Kxir FiaAs successors to Os Palmer we are prepared to do rerythlng in the line of black8mltb and carriage1 repair g f frstcUia smiths and paintersI Tear patronage is EsTItL HOKAKEB i FOR Slrz10 acres land in F Sagland oil field good house andc barn good orchard freeiuso of gas for doKeetio purposes j two IIpand gais wells on farm included ir nale BKRT MbKiNMET i f ELOPKD JobnStempof Mont go ery county and Miss Ada IL t Crarens eloped Saturday to Iron TIitlia a gr rs I vToBR Beaz of west of town andl bail been living with her BIQ DAT Mr S Saturday x warfeiKday in Mt Sterling Be tides tile street fair attractionBel i okaap and WtDC Owens made ipne8ot6B8e thousands ofh arm Too jBaay QwingsviHe and Bath county people to njentlon ttended the8treet fair one or more 4YL I z ii t 9 ti 2 jPi4I1i1c 1l1 J6tStr GJtJ f fiI I 1 c fr t J = J wI jiti3 r r 1rJ t1 J 1 IIk q PERSONAL J M Ross was In Alt Sterling Fri lily and Saturday CnrUsloSaturdl1 Mrs MInot Davis rnturned from a visit to Lexington Saturday S Fearing of Tecunneh Ala was hero few hours Friday Mrs Alico Perry and Mrs Ford atterson were in MtSterllng Thurs ay Mrs W1 Conner Jr nnd Mrs Geo W Conner woro in Mt Sterling Monday James liranch anti wife ot T1UT1 caino Friday to visit Mr and Mrs E W blurt i rll1JhaveSlielllohl Ala Miss Lillian Barnes of Salt Lick mil her brother Ed Barnes sever t lust week toT1re isork9Mrsburno visited Mrs John A Dnugh crt some days last week Miss Mary Gudgell wont to MtIterlIL1j Wednesday of last week to visit Miss Corinne Klrhpatrlck Mrs Dr Andy Boyd and two little sonsv of Carlisle ore visiting her pareuts Squire and Mrs T J Hon drlxMrs I Ed Myers and Httloson who have been visiting her mother MM Lido Kincald will return home to Paris this weekliMiss Anna Peters returned tho farcounty Chits Brother of McCausey and uke Hampton of Jlothwoll sjionW om Saturday evening till Monday town Mrs J Will Shrout and Mrafw Leslie McCormick of Mt caitie Friday to visit Mr and Mrs T Shrout Judge John A Daupherty and S to Atchlfion loft Monday on a trip towo mill on reowan Cstydays with home folks bu IIttlolll1 an cd from a visit to tho formers moth ho JUufordRobert Goodan Johns son of Iluf e III passed throightnwn Tuea on their way to visiL tIieIrgrmndVa otber Uoodan near will probably return homo this week rez Wallace W McClure and wif d J S Steele who had lietu visit am fitfornecihnd two sons nccompaiileU tInjiiime Mrtut Mrs Robert LStewartof inn yitmicjsvl Wtre called to Mal- i4ur1 sebim Ilia afternoon 0riMil huHit j sick but is much J tter mitRovTrlIsle slilXuii and tw ters v ui1ulas CJ MtRoJprf Woodard anl Mlsi Anni trumf ere the putifits of Mr flud V hedndnyRev Crump waqon his way to AshVl lund where Conference assignec him for the ensuing year by IJohn Warner our faithful color pipressnftnthy of TUB OumooK force in they athof his wife which took place uesday morning N GUILD PQ1S0NEDJnmc Greg rys girl baby aged 15 months at yoming ate some camphor and ium pius that its mother was taking Sunday morning and died uesday morning MIoRTHAYtBEENW0RSESquircI a a wagon Friday afternoon down e town hill on the Preston pike er attempted to turn around and Ilivoff of the road bCdownSj gluiroJohnsMUSKRAT BIT HIM JosephLath thmen while loomeget a drink out of a spring When he leaned over on his hands and nees to drink a muskrat jumped uC of tbs spring and bit him a lieear The action then wMJno loubt dramatis if not comical Lothramk lledthe animal dUUnited Daughters of the GonfedC racy held a meeting at rthoue Saturday afternoon trt1nsIe noting business and thebfollowing officers Miss a Peters President Miss Jppsio Atch son First Vice PresidentMi8sLil Han Dau herty Second Vice Presi dent Mrs E H G90dpR8terRe cording arid liMrsWHO la HnSomo time last week afeebl minded man came Ito Sharpsburgand not being able give any account of himself he was l niocktlhe as brought here JudgeDaugh erty had him put in jai Sunday night and taken to the poorhouse Monday until he finds out whore belonKSHo mutters something about Andy James and cant y much else intelligible James ia k of the Montgomery county poorhouse Time fellow is about 85 years oJd5 nlO inches tall has sandy beard wears black slouched hat striped alitih cottonade trot is ers and duck coat t r i Siis AtI save you from fifty to one hundred per cent FOR CASH on your millinery Call and see my stock Mrs D S Estill ICIRcUITbor term of Circuit Court will nvene nest Monday The docket as follows 9 old ordinary cases ordinary appearances GG old eq ts 22 equity appearances 47 old nlthjnppoarltnces ing one of the lightest in years The meteorite cacc will come up and will be highly interesting SaturdllYightilollie Snelling the gixtcenyear d laughter of Gee Snelling nil of e White Oak section eloped to Dhio to bo married Vfiio girls ttier learning of proposed elopement attempted to intercept them and fired two shots into their vehicle but without effect Later Snelling was with difficulty pro vented from shooting Dora Crouch ed Jrtheiltownmuii and girls Saturday was n minder of show miledalg The battle took place In uire Butler Toys jurisdiction lidtry the case at Fergusons school to a week frnm next Saturday they start something at the al the bushes will 4jta1eFuOMOthVIIZGINIANewsFerrv Sept 2Gth IOOLI have b en tuc rkylivingia Old Virginia linrf J II 1 cant do without time bee wspaper I over rladH Boineoti myold Kentucky friends como here and nCAtc in led rgrv to tho jloL1lu1tArt iilieticLong may the publisher of XU 1Iiz tttICa ry Elizait a sir AR bert IJristoi h of Owingsville t weve i ioi ij the parlors of E r011 ttcl he bride is IdjTheI the brides uncle Mr Cluudtl Foley who played the part of Cu d to the young couple who wortI rced to elope in order to override parental objectionsIImmediately upon s curing a license Miss Foley and her gallantd swain appeared before the person of SquireAbncrOldbam who pronounced them man ondI wife In a brief but comprehensive ceremony including portions of va rious marriugo receipts mixed with private ono of popular magis trates own manufacture Squire ldham arrived upon the scene ofAmatrimony uncertain ns to ho was to issue a warrant or doer a judgment but whenhcI und out that a judicial dose oiaoth processes was required he arose nobly to the occasion and ancing at the license to sec that was all right commanded the parties to join hands while he puttem through a searching crossex amination as to whether they would ve honor and obey eachother and having received satisfactory answers pronounced thorn husband and wife and what God hath joined together let no man put asunder When the ordeal was over it WI8I suggested that tho Squiro kiss the bride but the Squire looked a littli- ubious e doubtless thinking of a ife of hla at home I guess Mr ombs had better kiss tho bride o announced with a lingering oak at the fairhaired blushing Mr Thomas A Combs however hesitated and was lost for Mr James A Doyle gallantly com- Ing to the rescue sprang forward and with the words Well if Combs wont 1 will planted a re sounding kiss upon the brides ruby ps lie saul it was all right even MrsBristows lips did not pucker It was a merry crowd that offered congratulations and bid Mr and Mrs Bristow good night The witnesses were Messrs Thomas A Combs Ceo Land Claude Foley Will Muir James A Doyle anc Wallace Muir Laxlngton Herald The undo is a pretty little girl the eldest daughter of Will Ed Foley of west of town She will not be fifteen years until next Noverat ber Tho brdegroom is a F M Bob industrious Bristowandisaquicat tho parental objections to the matchwiU now bb withdrawn and the young course bo given the hap pest eendolr t w ible l1l 1SDIT COMIrOU5EOT1IO suit fo back taxes brought by TC Albrit ogaintGeorget6n ot Flat Creek as executors of the estate of Henry Worthington compromisedhere waa brought for five years back taxes on 350000 amounting to some 35700 m be tried before CountyJudgc Datigherty Messrs Hamilton showed that while the state was largo it consists of real- tyi in Ohio and that on settlements in Ken ton county sometimes in stead of having n balance to the states credit in bank tbo accounts were overdrawn as proved by tho bank books PRINCE AIERT JVNI Lou Dittos r LExINoToPrjnco Aiert4tnow Champion Harness Bray Oct 6th of the annual meet Trotting1J0rlegton Lou Dillon 2012 The Quean of WIalne811ayOct ship record Every horseman confidently be eves that each of these wonderful orses will succeed intheirnttempts to establish neticerds No lover of the horse and no ono with the bust trito Kentucky iirit wHmlsR the oppom trinity seeing these marvelous perform rs halt faro on all railroads FKATcnES thmmoTsLoLm tilottingpncingJ li02k100000 in StnklnneJ Purses furlJIwThei r neneo nIThe 1farOOO J Ojrtfhe5 oli1QrottcrPS 1 abl5The 3000 Tennessee for 08k pacers t thera17 entries in tiol2Q7clnes trotIjtiPS 10 entries in the 202 class pac i frsiney plrivers teAp t Sioryon nil railroads toDafeselusive p GILDAR ACASSIDT DEAD Gilbar Cassidy time wellknown attorn ey died at bis home in this city Thursday morning Sept 24 1003 tabouAa15 from an uttack of xy bad complained of sleeplessness and nervousness in tho early part of the night and Dr J C S Brice was called and administered a eedativo and he re but seemed to have a premonition that the end was near A a little after 3 oclock his wife was wakened by his stertorous breath ingnndwhen811f was unable to a rouse him she called up Dr Brice and asked him to come at once hut ere he could got there it was all over Mr Cassidy was the second son of Samuel E Cassidy who was a son of the pioneer Michael Casibi dy He was born in this county in 1819 and with the exception of a short time at Sharpsburg hadal ways lived in this county Ele was quite a successful lawyer and until his health failed was one of the ablest jury lawyers at this bar He leaves a wife formerly Miss Mamie Sharpwho with onodaughtersurl vives him He ter Mrs John T Cassidy of Lox ington and two brothers Emmett and Roger besides a large connec tEen of relatives and friends While his death was a shock to his friends yet his failing health for sonic time past had led them to see that his time was short Tha funeral will take place from the residence at 230 Saturday aftornoonRevA ULindsayotlloiatlngand inter meat in our cometqry Flemings burg TimesDemocrat Savoyard3 Letter Continued from fourth page Having robbed the State ottlie right tohold an election the ma chino set about robbing tho Demo cratio party Octavius Antony antI LepiduB did not more carefully divido the Roman empire than the t c r RACKET STORE oodsandat tcallWood Rasps aGe Axe Handles Hie Corn Knives lfic Broilers 15 Sc Soldering Sets IDe Waiters 241510c Base Halls 15 fic Slice Tacks paper 2c Stove Shovels 105c Coal Buckets 15c Pokcre 7 Sc CbnmborA1fCASH PAID FOR EGGS HEFLINn 1000 DOZEN ANTED before We have the most complete line of Groceries in pricesBROTHER machine apportioned tho places on the Democratic ticket among its henchmen Bcckhnm was to be tho nobodybutseveral of them Ono by ono li blackbut those gentlemen have their uses They will be captives deploy ed to do what they are ordered to do support the tirket tint machine made for them to support As Gen Uuckncr happily expresses it tia gentlemen the machine turned down fur tho boy Governor tire to spend the next six weeks teaching rightinging to do rightnThey will he orJored to pnramirfn e people in condono the t 10D vark of tIme Music IIItt Atll fnnlyese thacto rll ttfy the dlctlllflil ICtSh e JI ckI dnftT u t mea t uutiine ots Le fact fS do nut rjw what they will say out the uriserabla pardori busiIes What can they say I di now what John K llendtick sold about the Calhoun fee He saidt at Ueckhani was guilty of some euronteryoboUtit it NowI submit that is mighty poor cone duct for a Governor of ICentuckyw Effrontery is bad and brazen ef ontery must be very bad Arid Mr Hendrick will isk tho peoe o to Rive an unconstitutional rm to the young man who drew rizes in until the lottery of assas flatimfl and the lottery of theft nd now holds a ticket in the lot ry of judicial murder Mr Hen rick is a learned lawyer His is practicelucrative tive ni Calhouns Whose is Mr Hendrick is a leader of the Kentucky bar He ia a skillful practi tioner especially in the criminal practice for he furnished the Leg islature tho law for the revorsal of the election the people had made and the theft of the offices tho ma chino had decreed Mr Hendrick says Beckham is not eligible to the like of Governor at this time but the machine is a hard master and Mr Hendrick will do its order when he advises people to vote for Beckham As for the Calhoun fee I make no doubt it is the largest in the legal annals of Kentuc yWhen Mr Hendrick alludes to Mr Cal houn as he relates to time profes lion ho does it thib woyIawyer That would argue that in the opinion of Hendrick Calhoun is not lawyer enough to hurt that he is more a lawyer by license to prac tice than ho is by the learning he acquired or tho skill ho tins shown Now there is Lud McQuown lIe- s a suroonough lawyer no better of tin Kentucky hut I doubt if McQuown ever got a fee of 71000 I am sure neither Ben Ifardjn nor John Rowan ev received such a Tee I doubt if George Robertson or Georgo R McKee were so fortu isnatemore than a time or two It is not at all probable that the combined fees of John C Breoklnrldge and Isaac Caldwell in the case of the Cincinnati Southern railroad bo fore the Kentucky Legislature were haf of 71000 1 read in a book the other day that the biggest fee Rufus Climate ever got was tbeg garly 2500 and that his biggest years practice yielded but 22000 But here ia this lawyer Calhoun as Hendrick deeignatcs him who cornea along and makes a contract for a leo of 3000 swaps it for a fee pf 71000 and time great comr t GOrShawlJOeEmhroidery 10eStocBrushs lOcCanton ScSmall E5W1 Owingsville Kentucky thistimofoot IIendrickslYahout a n oflawyerGovernorhated and would pay itself in a roW d Il knowledgeccklmnnm 71000 Yet Hendrick will advise th BeckhamGovsome mouths u othRt purported theGocquestionas to what constitutes graft The Calhoun fee vould- nrgllothat he 1ttndan expen- siveyilienohh1k I IUS o tlhjrllngr lI Jfi NEGRO t 3U AiJcEESvTr rtgr ditor dcwn in Gti veiiiii Tf ikes a sensible view t the race qutior1 end lectures tho people pluiuiy in the columns of his Uo admonishes them te rthatl lazylild to copy the vices of tho whites Suo NWhatis work six days in the week and N ioveryKing is right It is the gospel ofbxwork which is going to redeem the negro and the soonor ho discovers it time better it will be for him It- si plain talk perhaps itP1oybo painful talk tg the negroes but- ti they expeetto have rights what ever they may be they must show themselves worthy to have them and understand that a lazy Ignor ant dissolute negro will be treated just as the same kind ofn white man is The negrocb would do well to listen to the advice of suclt men us King and Booker Washing ton and the colored bishops who have recently talked so plainly to them They are going to stay in tho south and it will largely de pearl upon themselves how they are treltedChicngo Tribune PniLosorni OP FELIX G PRIME In order to bo popular forget to say a good deal Theway to make n man forget a favor is to do him one tlloughtsIA U8UIIy goes a big body but a big head rarely doesWisdom is always conceded tOil rich man until he loses his riches Do not emphasize your own vir tues by enlarging on the failings of others Tho most humidit is tithatmanseA genius is a man who refuses to believe in tho of EsotherA safe way tojudgo a man Is to p ascertain just what friends ho doesnt make a n ENGRAVING 1 am now prepared to do any kind of Engraving having bought a 100 engraving machine Have your spoons knives napkin rings pearl waist sets watches etc all done in the latest style and nt rca sonablo prices SCOSTIJGEIJJEWELER OWINGSVILLE KY i rr WT i J SADDLES HARNESSi fWh buy a shoddy socalled handmado or mnd Inc ni1Je or Harness when you cart get strictly firstclass jjoodHj oaktanmiqdleather Our KENTUCKY SPRING SRDDLE IIst o cnsIet alldeusl Rtrldlllgalld most durable saddle undo iIf you try ono set of oUr handmade buggy harness you will nlwrtva nan Hmrn T Io r J jfpartEUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE Jt SAME PC ATCHBSONiDR- UCCIST j FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBEGO CIGflRS ssass r BUY GR7t T E AL FORSfN WOflEN and HI PRlflMADE IN LOUISVILLE KY r WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOLESthe sale For by beostsWc aarringclheaatnedr in 1 the world i gSViilCJj r= n pricesToS1itTimes n j Ij= j 65C lac2 curtains for 9oc 4ic1t8c lawnsforNo 2 per yd 2Cclaces for50 4C I j 225 extra size white table Cloth for j6oc table covers for45C t 3oc dresser 22C ydHens 22CJ lar 125 8cfineu I e Kangaroo guaranteed io IVici Pat Ietther t ffi1M25csuits regular for LIijJIt rl AY t a1 tUall Tmlntl rsduUT 11100 rvln u A Rh Tlttsof TBAIKHAT 1StOtt8TATIOI- E5TitocNrm j ri jj ii9SdnnJo2i 1 f12t pr oi V 1005 pn WESTBO o O4SaI1 25 314 p a- t23ti15p m press Trains for Loulsvlllo LsslnRtoD Cincinnati WIUIWn ton New York rdC3 torn Cities Watchesaccurate to the sec ond moderate in IIwhichever 1847 Rogers Bros Spoons and Forks CUT GLASS and- SterlIng Silver CLOCKSof Fine Repairing BASCOM STXJIIGELL JEWELER Owingsville Ky MILLIONAIRES POOR STOM AOlTIme wornouJ stomach of the over red millionaire is often paraded Iu public prints as v horrible oxam o of the ovilu attendant on the os ssion of grunt wealth But millionaires nro not tIme only ones afltlcted with bad stomachs The proportion for greater among time toilers Dys epsin noel Indigestion are nun pant uniong these people und they suffer for worse tortures than tho million irs unless they avail themselves f standard medicine like GroensAuj Just Flower whIch has been a favor Ito household remedy foi nil tcitmnII troubles for over thirtylive August Flower rouses the torpid liv er thus creating appetiio and immeuri ing perfect digestion It tali7es thin ontiro system and makes life worth llvlutr no matter what your station Trial bottles 25c Repnlar SIzA 7f cerrt4 At JOHM T KIMBRrUGIf f SONS ti G Green Woodbury Nr- See our samples and get mlourdo yotirjob work ror j 3 KI I i ir QL miOBLORYa drink for a r7old0 chlsu THO8 C- Livery FeedSaIoOWINGSVILLE KY Headquarters for horse and mule buyers Telephone connpctioii with Preston Station Ws GUDGrE tL JATTYATLAVS tIOOice with R GudgelttSon Court St O WI2JG3 VJLLETS fo 10000 GIVEN WY i THE LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL IO MAKE A CASBp5 DISTRIBUTION TO SUB s J SCRIBERS I In 1801 2 the CourierJoufna of Ler0ie Ky imaigurnemlamid carried to a auccesT il iesuQ Vthlr first great estimuti conteat e conducted by a nex pap r contest WAS bnecd on the l f 1 Itial election of 1802 and ffri0 was distributed to Courier 1mrflmI1 readers requesthet o inivugunite another similar ooiUesi based on the total vote ca trllrun candiditN for Governor of Ken tuckyin thV election November 1903 Ten thousand dollars finj gold silver or grccnhaeksjt will be given away to tieceesfuIeslirna tars There wilIbQRinglf ifl 3000 2000 iooo rido 30 200 150 100 SSOjind 30 l1C70 gifisof10 each I n adij j ilSh there will be girtH of 500 83GO and 200 for the bOlt estimates re ceived before August 1 bi r Septcmborl anti before pclnbvr 1 The object of this prnlltsbiirrpg liberality on the part of theCoui er journal is ti secure new Piiiecji bcrs fir the Daily und Weekly CourierJournal Every person i subscribing for the Weekly iiSrlorJournil one year sending iijii3 dollar with the subscription i pn titled to two gUCSEj1f tstinWR Every o Daily month guess gurs9es cnurlerJlrllII1firei af nesT t lCalm rierJ arm raii lqpn y JUfor full pHtlitutnf cud U l Rk9t 7 j45 3i rt h = liui 4 I41 cf Iltt t t id h Slf j11 t t1Ji X11 z4 iL x1 Lv t 1 7C tOWINGSYILLE OUTLOOK toi1 r IJ OUTLOOK PUn CO PubUshcrs t 4 OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY a STHE FOOL AND THE WISE MAN i f He loved to len upon the fence dartS I S1 Let song pour from Its heart b loved to linger by the brook watch the bubbles play 1lIe drowso and dream above his hook trouble tar away With simple joys he was content 1 lie had no wish to rule len said his days were nil misspent t4 And called the man a fool So2inother whEro tho crowds were great t scheming day by day 1Vent mens hearts with fear and hate H 4 his gains away tiXe 1tterkJlflWGMJ ur1C r st 1keowwa It 3ol1ad rbeep1tiiiWabn i t It had not ef 7 I 0 Ko birds enchanted hlmwtt feo55rJf Ills dreams were full ot t But people raw him push along i l Anti thought that he wall VIC I 8 E IIcr In Chicago HecordIIcrald nt 4 ofthe1MYtery I r By WALKER KENNEDY CopjrUhtlW3 br 4N Kcllosc NewipapttCo i aI CHAPTER XVI COSTIKUED Having1 gathered a great deal of t evidence here and done all that could be done for the time it was decided I that I should go to Colorado and find out the actual facts about the min lug tract 1 made my way to the mln adjoining g the Wright tract and I n horde of miners walt i r1DrlghijJuru for the signal to begin work in the new field A great htony wedge which marked one of the boun 4 r daries of the tract had byiame up J hcaval centuries ago been thrust straight across the vein of gold This t doubly rich vein It had been found 4t extended into the Wright tract Old r guM Uunters toll rue that it was rprobab1y the most valuable piece off state and that it would f make its owners fabulously rich t It was my good fortune while 1 I I was loafing about the mine to become ci acquainted with Mr Frederick Mcri t ivale NIC chief stockholder in It He 5iad comeout from New York sonic 4 i Iimnebetor when the report reached him that his vein had run up ngalnst MtrVtone wall and that the jig was 4P The object of his journey was t itO ktUl thorough inrestigation to catethe severed thread of gold and qhase ihcv land that continued It tir A Very casual examination convinced him that just over tlc wajl iif stone lay the biggest bonanza in the state I The uext thing is to get hold of it It was registered In the name of the 13 DijVJGSud companyof which Franklin was apparently the president and thief stockholder Well Mer irate wrote to Franklin and asked if he wanted to sell JlcCdid not get an VVanswer for some time Franklin was evidently Investigating through other sources to sec what was tip Finally catn the answer which I have here Y and will rend r would be willing tV sell pro Elding you can meet my price The tract referred to being limy the most promising gold land in tbwest do not propose tp part with it for a EongVSeveral letters passed betwn Ihern and finally Meriv4apro ollHion ttHlt they I t111 8 j 1i IF a at 1t1mo eJriojie take nil the ive Franklin half net of the gold output the Jirst yeur After that they were to shanS expenses and profits together tV letter to this t effect is also in tny possession Finally there mine nlitch in the S transactions Wright had learned 1omethtng of the value of his tract fornwrlyD7 foreitndtract for Mr Mr Dennison mu plumed Iitiiie1fSn Ills sagacity rVi In hIavingpicl duutVsmuhjt1iIgt1iln Sti years before end he wrote to mbaIIt Inetfirf ownership wrote hcYLOuld4l JettershJiinnagVd to get considerable sums 4 t neythusobtalnednOd assassination warf eamedon i IfgTiad Mcnvali to bpa very good ti sort of a felUiw anti as that jjdiid of msnrgencrally is He was lYlcky and e ldbIoodedvhen it came Vi to lho ttiaj palation of stocks He rf4IkhIit rare where he hit provided he I had his own wsynntl he wag not flic q anyttshores of innnce by tho flood of t speculation but he wasnt a thief a knowJngitThe very cordially nndwhcn Jbad gtneimCrthen T began to stuff him rof my t regardingSJfMmkllu lin hade n using his money for ll crlmjuaj projects carried nut to se 1b tlire unhnvfui possession pf the prop rty 1 pernuaded him that Franklin Vriis Oecirivjng hlmhia nQst Indc hJJlllherluumrr and that he was i llfuitherlughlljlicJleincs 1 then made a proposittpn to ierialei 1toldhl1rithitt I would alter m appearance and go back to Xlki taking hits names and that by ofrnulilinlhis confidence and vorra frpih him 7 the truth In return for this privi Ipgei I jirpralscd Merijalc that Iwgjilii iic all the Influence hind re cfucefIlie proposition fre had made nklin He studied over itlQra JeoDIdos that lie rather 31 tile Idea It would bcararp fM and a ran revenge v l c uce that lip beItntcd DoubtJcHs he xvma a little aprehensive as to1 what aae J oIdJJ make tJiIsuameoltotfttm that he could wrltetoMr1 rw tti jwC that geatkian would and far Jtj jf dofng BpthiBJr that wouhl bjag eeredIt on III han p fJ Iij 1 1fittT ur i otg ktterju Ck fJlJlkrJthr =t1 M wad b Filti In I J JJtJlltlt 0 ih 1 zi s p JIrywlI 5 fJIt77c61I HJ P t 4ft arrangements to depart for Francisco where ho had some nI cats demanding his attention 1 left he placed in my possession ot Col Franklins letters to him ns well as copies of his letters to Frank Ibm In order to personate Merivale a transformation was necessary I had my hair cut as close as if It had been shaved anti I then purchased a blond wig which I mutilated and trimmed so that when put on I appeared to be growing bald rapidly Then I had my beard trimmed and parted and in this shape I blondined It With a red dye I brightened my cheeks nnd with a pair ot cloudy spectacles 1 dulled my eyes And so armed with Frank lius letters and Mcrivalcs name I came to JCilus as nn eastern capitalist and took the best room In the best linteL Before I relate what happened in Tfilus I will first read the letters that passed between Merivale and Franklin CHAPTER XVII FranklinfrItine Mr another claimant Ho the laud nbout which we have been In correspondence Of course 1 expect to have all titles thoroughly examined by my attor neys before I floe any bargain with you What does Dennison mean What sort of interest has John T Wright in the land Answer at once ro this Franklin replied I cannot learn froth Wright the grounds upon which he bases his claim to ownership unless there is some flaw In tbe title of which he has taken advantage or else some miscarriage in the payment of taxes re sulting in a sale of the land of which I know nothing It is possible that Wright may have some lien upon time land I will investigate mind if I find that it can be wiped out for a reason able sum of motley would you be willing to supply the cash To this Mr Merivale wrote in re ply Of course 1 would Wipe out the defect at once whatever it Is no matter what it costs I am willing to advance any sum necessary with the understanding that it is to be repaid from the receipts of the mine Write nc at your earliest convenience the exact nature of the defects and let me know the amount of money you need Franklin to Merivale A good ninny years ago the Cole ratIo tract was sold to a stock com pany in which I was the principal stockholder As you know the land hud for a long time been considered practically worthless I had almost entirely lost sight of It and long eon sidered it n hopelessly worthless investment I put my shares of stock away mind never looked at them carefully until a few months ago when I discovered that a considerable pro portion of them had been lost or as now suspect deliberately abstracted Kuougli are missing to place me in a minority mind I suspect that Wright or some one behind him had engineered a scheme for the purpose of freezing me out and I strongly suspect that the hand of some Colo ratio mining speculator is in it If you will back me ip 1 may be able to buy up some of the innocent stock holders and possibly with already haveseta majority rthexisting stock If I only had the services of some good iletectIvriaimt some money to collect evide ecticlj could easily defeat the xJemHable scheme which has been organized against me- Merivnbe replied as follows 1I1Inonelamhloit jf you do not vn rt orrJc IJlomrJ tpinaljo me a t wing me how J eT ze tit tr thfc land 1rtIYCllrtFranklin then manic a proposition ns followst To get a unit interest In the land by purchasing it from other stock holders will cost you somewhere be tween 3000000 and 5000000 If you are willing to help roe recover the stock stolen from me which can be dOne for say 100000 at the out youityposstssiouJtterest tP ally yourself with me It fightinginretl1irculIIllerdraw on you to the extent of 100000 as occasion requires I on my part will agree to this That within six months we shall have exclusive pos session or if I fail by that time yon can have the equivalent of the 100 00 advanced out of my stock Merivale replied promptly 1 wojild like to close this business Up as soon as possible My mining resources areall lying idle and I am losing money every day thereby I cannot wait six months Make it three months nnd state your agree meat in writing mind I will see you about It- FrtJnklh then wrote I accept jour amendment and hereby obligate myself within three months to secure possession of the tract hi county Colorado for you and myself lint1tjroD failure to 10 so to remunerate you out of my stock on condition that you will honor my drafts to the extent of 100000 laeonleaUyJtI1I1I This letter from Franklin to Meri u1e may lIe interesting Send cheek for 1000 to Thomas Morris Yokohama Japan This is for stock purchased through him tomyoccountJutt for Willis he induced Merivale to write this letter to Franklin it seems to me that Ifynur stock was stolen from you the prop r way JOl1findanyoneyour way tqdo 1C The three months having expired I shall come to XlluaI to settle liiattcirt at issue us If by the time I get there you have by hpoli or crook got possession of- tiictock all right If not I must have the 100000 worth of stocklCHAPTER XVIII Uhc flutter that followed the read ing of these letters sudslded into ab solute quiet ns the detective cleared his thrvot anti at the instigation of lr verett continued his testimony coursethgenioussigned to secure money with which nilHIe h fhad no1 trpuble fn satjsfyiuff M rl ys1e hint time Btatements contained I ttakeJk s JLThic- Iz kt l r T G 1z d 4d tit 6 = bof iil lo d Ii atlI I I lie I knew did not want to see much of Merivale just theu so he had my coming made as public ns possible and hinted that I had coire to invest money This of course took me off lila hands a great deal bui I managed- to see him considerably In my con versations with him I was impatient over time delay but he had nil sorts of gaudy excuses to offer After worrying him right smart I paid to him one day Franklin do you know- I have found you out What do you mean asked he turning n bit pale You have deceived me from the start in this matter said 1nnd by so doing you have lost my n jitance If you had let mo entirely iiito your confidence from the first we would have been operating those mines to gcthcr by this time but by your cursed dilatory policy your scruples of fear or conscience you allowed things to drag along and all the while the millions were slipping between our lingers You are entirely too squeamish to suit me He smiled at the 1dIIf being squeamish as If I did not know him I have picked up continued sonic of the threads of the ease and you might as well tell me the whole truth and let us work together He was skittish of melt first and wanted to learn how much I knew so I startled him with a few facts anti then he frankly admitted that he had been scheming to get possession of the agreement To test mi he asked my advice as to the best vtsiy to get possession I replied that there was only one way and that was to take IL How would yon tithe it said he V1il the good old way replied I Pay some handy ruffian to do it for you He stalled and said That is what I shall do if I do not succeed in gettjng it from the person who now has it I pretended to have handled ecv cral little difllcultics like this and intimated that if we were out west it would not bo difficult to get rid of such an obstacle as a human life I persuaded him that I was willing to commit any crime even murder in order to secure tny object and em boldened by finding me a congenial spirit he grew more confidential He told me that he had hired Morris to steal the agreement from Wrights safe I wormed from him all the de tails of his association with Old Tom flub Padgett and iiiof time red flannel shirt I also managed to become acquainted with them and learned how and where to find them when I wanted them I convinced Franklin that I was such a coldblooded scoun drel that he took me completely into his affections and made me his con fidante lie was charmed with my affable villainy and he spoke with a- good deal of pride of his scheme fto shut the mouth of Herbert Wright and his little arrangement fortremoval of Irving Wurde One danT told him that 1 had the ingenioik theory that he made away with Johii T Wright He looked scared at tliaV and changed the subject I tried toI appeal to his pride in his criminalj achievements but on this one stlb ject wTille he never made any posij tire deniibc was entirely un munictIr The ntimnate assg VV r lim ue J thl thre1S110sort of owalJames flOcommlt Irov- Iyw t under Oue or time bardCStiO three iiuokuffillnbOlll f the easer Dr often to to tell th r thatUSfIlluScthould Clul n time m3rrftjJjLhliu plainly that by time actfoZV dismissing me from th iforCe anti giving Peters Rest immunity he had played JjSff the of the real murderer of John Tv Wright by pro venting the arrest of three very sus pieious characters who were doubt less implicated in the murder I also suggested that he should hint to the- IlIuor that this sort of timing if eon tinned would not look very well when brought out in court Mr Everett adopted mv suggestion and carried it out So well that on the day upon which this trial was begun these three men were all quietly arrested by the mayors orders and taken to jail where the jailer was told to place them in separate cells and allow no one to tee them except such persons us he should designate The jailer was given to understand that they were witnesses in uNvcry important case and that it was imperative that they should not be allowed to com municate with each other I knew that the first thing these rascals would do would be to try to send word fo Franklin Permission was secured for me to visit them and t mud 30 casually ns it were I was strolling in time corridor andeach cf them recognized me anti called to mo Each of them separately asked me to tell Franklin of his arrest so that he could get outforthCy never doubted their chiefs ability to free them They did not know what they had been arrested for I let them infer that I would give their messages to Franklin and then left satisfied that they had no communi cation with each other The next tIny I returned and again conversed with them separately I told them that Franklin was displeased with them for tome reasonIn short that he washed his hands of them entirely end raid that they might get out as best they could I told Toni and hla partner that I thought the charge against them was twofold the at tempted murder of Irving Warde aud participation In the murder of John T Wright and that I thought Frank lin saw in their arrest u way to have his crimes shoved off on them and that he would deny all association with them I told the red flannel shirt man that it had been discovered WrlghtsllOuWright was killed and that there was a strong case circumstantial evidermcc against him us the suspected murderer I told him also thrt Franklin washed his hands of the case and was very well pleased to have the crimp fastened on him I even intimated Ihat Jhe colonel would probably be the to cute them I assumedeondderablo indignation over the way they had treated by their associate unti leader in rime and told them that I had lost all confidence In Franklin anytransaction duInndnot bad ns the ease spapectedq against them I advised th the truth and In this way to gift eves slmzinefultyleserted Injqnrdoi they made a clenii breast pf it antie bhatcV ktOiLir rr1d 4 r Si j 11 J-t 7 THE PRESIDENT FIRM He Will Not Yield His Position in the Miller Case It Is Not His Purpose to Enter Upon- a Diccussion of the Principles Laid Down In His Pib- llshed Letters Oyster flay fJ I Sept 28Prest dent Roosevelt passed the last day of his summer vacation quietly at Saga more Hill Ho and Mrs Roosevelt nc companied by two of their children attended time morning services at Christ Episcopal church The presi lent anti Mrs Roosevelt and their children now at home Ethel Archie and Quentin Secretary and Mrs Loeb anti members of tho executive staff left Monday morning at 830 oclock for Washington expecting to arrive there at 410 p m Several months ago time president in vited Mr Mitchell president of tho mine workers to take luncheon or dine with him when he next cnmo to Washington Tim mine workers president IB in Washington now and has accepted the invitation It is announced that the arrangement for the luncheon was made prior to time latest developments in the case of W II Miller tho foreman book binder in the government printing of lice and that special significance is to be attached to the fact that the president and Mr Mitchell meet at thla time It Is quite probable that the Miller case among other matters will- Ie dlncusscd limit the meeting at lun cheon will not take the form of a conS ference on that subject In view of the statement recently published that the president on his ic turn to Washington would hold a con ference on the Miller case with proml neat officials representing organized labor It is announced that the presi dent has no intention of conferring with anybody regarding that case Ills position it Is pointed out was defined clearly in his published letters to Sec retary Cortclyou The principle enun elated In these letters was framed in accordance with time statutes of time United States and on It the president expects to stand If a hearing on the merits ot the Miller case is desired by those who are endeavoring to have time man dismissed from the government service the president may grant it precipitately as he might a hearing to mother body of citizens on a question of public Interest but it Is not thj presidents purpose to enter upon a discussion of the principle already laid down FITZSIMMONS AND GARDNER Are Matched to Fight For the jvilfght Heavyweight Championship sVbt Jt Ncw York Sept 2SAt a confer 1zWi held Sunday at Bath Beach be Veen Bob FitzsimmoUs Wm Pierce toston manager for George Gard Il light heavyweight champion ithe world nUll James C Kennedy wpVpsenting Yosemite Athletic club W2vlan Francisco Fitzsimmons and oE n Were mnatchedto fight at the veier10mbthe latter part or NC- iUe held by Gardner 1fiSjlollnrlsthefor 20 rounds at Jgh in at 3 battknLternoon theday 0- 13rVcentl be dividedgoifl ethic wInnerCent nnl JlIttempcd Vie Murdr erj SOC c at LtCOsc Wifi Lacrosse Wis Sept23An at tempted murder and suicide occurred at the Germs Lutheran church cor ner of FIrth and Cass streets at the beginning of religious services Sun day when Herman Rossow shot his wife and himself In time presence of hundreds of witnesses Sunday even- Ing It appeared certain that Mrs Ros sow would die while Rossow though dangerously wounded may recover Rossow who had been separated from his wife for some time lay IE wait for her at a livery barn opposite the church where the tragedy occurred Chief of Police Killed Attala Ala Sept 28Whlle at tempting to quell a disturbance in the rear of a saloon here Chief of Police Jenkins was shot and killed and Pa trolman W H Blankcnship and John White an alleged participant In tho fight seriously wounded- It Is stated that John White his younger brother nuda man named Gibbs had become Involved in some dispute and several shots were fired In attempting to arrest the men Chief Jenkins was shot and killed White is In custody From France to England In a Balloon London Sept 2SCount De la Vaulx and Count dOutrcment descend ed Sunday in a balloon near Hull Yorkshire having journeyed from Par Is in 17 hours This Is the first time that a balloon has successfully traveled from France to England Portugal to Check Emigration Lisbon Portugal Sept 28The Portuguese government has decided to establish a special police force at the Azore Islands to prevent the secret emigration which lies been proceed Ing for a considerable time especially to the United Staten Speed Record For Electric Traffic Berlin Sept 28AhIgh speed trial over the Zossen experimental electric railroad resulted In attaining a speed at the rato of over 117 miles per hour Every part of the 100ton car was intact and time roadbed not affected The Plague and Cholera RagIng- Tl nTsln North China Sept 28 Both the plague and cholera arc rag- Ing at Pet Tang a seapoit 50 miles east of TienTain where 2000 deaths have occurred during the past two months The towns of Ncuher Taku and TienTain are not yet affected death of a Duke London Sept 28The duke of Richmond Lennox and Gordon died late Saturday night at Gordon castle Fochabere Banftshlre as the result ot- a chili contracted on Thursday last He was born February 27 1818 A Duel With Swords Paris Sept 8Adllel with swords has been fought in the grounds of a country club near Biarritz between Arcos of Clavljo and the mar uls of Argulda The latter walj thrice wounded lu the wrist and tho forearm Street Car Men at Waco Tex Strike Waco Tex Eept2SA strike on thfe local street car system went Into tfect Sunday morning and not a car baa moved Sunday The men denunC 111cri11V VTJ lj Vfr CENTENNIAL JUBILEE OPEN One WereIChicago Sept 28The centennial Jubilee was declared formally opened Saturday afternoon Chicagos week long celebration of Its anniversary of 100 years existence was launched in a veritable blaze of glory One hundred tons of inflammable material blazed out from the down town street corners at night and reproduced though harmlessly this time the great fire of 1871 Unit swept 280 000000 of property down with its flames and rendered 100000 people homelessTho centennial exercises Sunday consisted of special services In 300 churches in the morning and a reunion in the afternoon of the sixtribes of In Jlans encamped In Lincoln park A rovd variously estimated at from 100000 to 200000 persons visited the encampment to witness the Indians dance and play their native games Officers of the Chicago Federation of Musicians advised the managers of time centennial celebration Sunday that It the United States marine band shall be allowed to take any part ot this weeks program not one of the many bands that Intro been engaged tor tho parade Tuesday will participate in the pageant THE ARMY MANEUVERS The Hospital Prepared For the Use of One Hundred Patients Camp Young West Point Ky Sep- t28Aftlr a day of rest and tidying up their camps the various detach ments of regular troops will engage Ii the first of time maneuvers Moudaj Time work will be maneuvers of the advance and rear guardInvolving the various tactics used In repulsing an attack ou the rear of an army etc Time hospital prepared for the use of 100 patients received the first unfor tunates Sunday Lieut Alvlu tins kctte of the Third Infantry fell lute a ravine Saturday night breaking Ills wrist CapUMorrisoii ot the 20th in fantry was also received at the hos pltal suffering from an Injured foot Col Raspopoff the Russian military attache nt Washington and Lieut Col Foster representing Great Britain at Iho maneuvers arrived Sunday MRS DAVIS RALLIES There Isa Decided Improvement Her Condition Buffalo N Y Sept 28 There was a feeling of gratification among the friends and relatives of Mrs Jefiorson Davis Sunday night when the physi cians announced a decided Improve mont In the condition ot the patient While the improvement is marked the doctors will riot go so far as to say thnt Mrs Davis is out of danger The rally began early Sunday Sbc had a trying time Saturday night and deep anxiety was depicted on the faces of those who silently entered and left tbe sick chamber Mrs Davis sank into a restful sleep after mldnightand when she awoke Sunday morninhe smilingly infrm ed the nurso atVher bedside thafjhe felt much beter The 1mprovpaen continued tbr igiittte day DEGENER C114 Et rE = f f Al ohollsnr U I =J I Thursday r- i t f1ongrQllf al eak elaey throll r mnuellcesasneltNl that dege1- Vcray In European countries was spreading and was shown by a dccrc0 of physical resistance and a tendency to iIInesand weakness Alcoholism he declared was the chief cause of Inherited degeneracy to cure which alcoholism must be wiped out and he suggested that a legal certificate of health should be required before a person was allowed to marry Condemned Murderer Confesses Wilkesbarre Ia Sept 28Peter Lenousky who is doomed to die on the gallows on Tuesday morning in this city for the murder of Antimony Senneke who was beaten to death with a hatchet In the Exeter mine April 1D02 has made a confession mitting that he struck the blow which killed Scnnekc Will Support the Sultan Berlin Sept 25 According to the National Zeitung an International ar rangement is likely to bo reached whereby France will support the sill tan of Morocco In suppressing the troubles within his dominions anti will assume a protectorate over the country Women Members of School Boards Topeka Kan Sept 2GThe state superintendent of public instruction has received reports which indicate that the women of Kansas have elect ed a majority of the members of the county school boards In the 2000 dis tricts of the state The Master Bakers Convention Milwaukee Wis Sept 25G H Hohengarten of St Louis was chosen president of the United Master Bakers of America and August Schmidt of Milwaukee was chosen vice president The next convention will be held at St Louis Patriarchs Militant Prize Drill Baltimore Sept 25Prlzes for the drills held In the armory were announced as follows First prize 500 Washington D C Canton second prize 300 Toledo 0 Canton third prize J200 Marion Ind Canton A Treasure Ship Discovered Jacksonville Fla Sept 25Ru mors of the finding of a treasure ship off Miami were confirmed Thursday when Capt Jennings and three of time crew of the wrecking schooner Oscco fIIed a libel against the cargo of a sunken ship- Yellow Fever at Laredo Tex Laredo Tex Sept 25Notwlth standing the strict quarantine which Laredo has enforced against Monterey and Nuevo Laredo because yellow fe vcr Is known to exist in both cities two cases have developed here Chicago Messenger Boys Strike Chicago Sept 25 Messenger boys in the employ ol the Western Union Telegraph Cos downtown offices struck Thursday for more pay and shorter hours The boys demand an Increase from 450 tQ6 a week 125 fr nights and an eighthour day Heavy Rain and Hall Storm liPaso Tex Sopt 25A beav- s4a and hail storm swept over tli5 section Thursday afternoon For halt hour tbo was fq ojueh hWdbV 4V f Z 4 r tr ii JUMPED THE TRESTLE Nine Killed nUll Seven Injured ill a Train Wreck The Locomotive and Four Mail Cars Were Reduced to a Mass of Twisted Ircn and Pieces of Splintered Wood Charlotte N C Sept 28While running at a high rate of speed a southbound mail train on the South ern railway jumped from a trestle 75 feet high half a mile north of Danville Va Sunday afternoon and was almost demolished Of tho crew of 1C including mail cars nine were killed anti seven Injured All of the Injured men arc seriously hurt anti have been taken to UK hos pital In Danville The recovery of Mall Clerk Spies is not expected and other clerks arc thought to be immortally Injured The trestle where the accident oc curred is 500 feet long and Is on a sharp curve Engineer Bramble was a new man on that division of the South ern and thus canic to the curve at high speedThe locomotive had gone only about 50 feet on the trestle when it sprang from tIme track carrying with it four mail cars and an express car The trestle a wooden structure also gave way for a space of 50 feet At time foot of the trestle Is a shal low stream with a rocky bottom Striking this the locomotive and the cars Yore reduced to a mass of twist le1 Iron and steel anti pieces of splln tercd wood As the cars went down they scraped the sides of the Ilivcr side cotton mill All the dcatijmcn were mutilated The skin anti hair on the engineer anti fireman were torn off by the boiler Severn thousand people wore soon at time scene of time wreck No one on any of tIme cars had made an effort to Jump anti the bodies of all those killed were found In the wreckage of time different cars to which they be longed Women who drove to time wreck front Danville fainted at the nig it of time crushed hodies All the express packages In the express car was de stroyed except six crates full of ca nary birds None of time birds was hurt though the crates were in the thickest of the debris unofficial opinions say the cause of tbe wreck was the high speed of the train on tIme sharp curve The train was running about an hour be hind time The mail bags In all the mail car were torn open anb the letters and packages were scattered but it is be lieved none is lost Fire which np pearedjjn the wreckage shortly after extinguishedittaccouhtof the wreck all trallic on the cent 1Jind Northern divisions of the Southern will bo delayed as it will take several las to repair the dam IRC to the track fri LOU DILLON Will Not BeiAllowcdto Go Into Con i test WlthAnother Horse Cleveland 0 1z28C K O Bllllrigs owner of l Dillon haS an Bounce that siio wllTibl b allowed 3ptt jgaiJ a contest with another horse for supremacy Mr Hillings ljM Lou Dillon is only five years Sjnd cPmparativciy Inexperienced 31 dlr t 0 ti lm shipped with the her in r i he Hillings string o Wednesday o xligton where sh ms two cnguj MnilH nhLexington meeting Lou Dift n will shipped to Memphis whero r j scheduled to go against the worlds trotting record a trial against limo which will probably be her last for this season As at Lexington two starts against the watch will be made at MemphisV KILLED BY A NEGRO One of the Oldest Policemen In firm Ingham Ala Murdered Birmingham Ala Sept 28Whllo pursuing a Negro criminal In n tough section of the city Sunday night J A Mullln one of the oldest policemen on the Birmingham force was shot and almost killed The only ac count of the affair came from the lips of the dying man He said a Negro had pointed out a much wanted crlm Inal to him and he hal started to ar rest the man As he dill so time Negro emptied a revolver Into his breast and he tell after firing three shots Intoturn The name of the Negro Inform ant or the criminal can not be ascer tamed and the police are without a clew Both Preparing For War London Sept 28 Whilst there Is little fresh news Monday morning from the Balkans It appears from the dispatches received here that both Turkey anl Bulgaria are actively pre paring for the possibility of war Found Dead in the Waiting Room Chicago Sept 28 Alexander Clark of Evanston promoter of the Chicago elevated loop and the North Shore electric line was found dead early tbeVlsconslnIII Dr Alderman Dies of Yellow Fever Monterey Mex Sept 28Dr Al yin G Alderman a wellknown Amen can founder of the Christian math tute died at his home near the school from what Is said tobe yellow fever The schools have suspended Wheeling Man Commits Suicide Wheeling WVVa Sept 28After making the most deliberate prepara tions John Laughlln a wcllknown cit izen of Wheeling ended his life with a bullet In his brain at his home Sun day night Physical suffering combin ed with financial troublestShip Given Up as Lost Boston ept28Hope has been abandoned for the safety of the Boston steel ship Helen Brewer seven months out from Scurabaya Java for Delacware Breakwater and overdue by two months She Is unInsurable at Lloyds Big Fire at SagInaw Mich Saginaw Mich Sept 28Flre destroyed two warehouses and part ofvthe foundry of A F Bartlett Co the brick plant of the Christie Buggy Co and tho office two warehouses and small machine of L Clinkof stein causing atotal lois of 90000 eamer Went Ashore IB Sept 28Tme French fallen belonging to the bound bat fro at Itnabaru on the north Island of 8hJkpb All thi r Are nft i VV t VVV rlf 11 4 HJfitgJII Ifi 1 c I pier ftVV I i jfIr 4j tr t i7 4rrtystr F IV i itM tV4 VV VVVVJ wje a5ww4 wewB I STATE NEWS ITEMS f- asgKJKmw j3wswww 4 ADDITIONS TO THE CHURCH J Bible Students Evangelizing In the Mountains of Kentucky Lexington Ky Sept 25 Reports received Thursday morning and an i nonnced from the chapel In the col loge of Bible of Kentucky university say that 1188 additions to the Chris than church were received In the mountains of Kentucky during the summer by the Bible students A band ot 20 students started out in June to do evangelical work In the mountains of Eastern Kentucky under the leadership of R B Neal of Gray son The mountain converts were baptized by the students The college authorities will endeavor to Induce a larger number of students to preach In tho mountains next summer The students report that they were offered no affront by the mountaineers and were cordially received at all places It was also announced from the chapel Thursday morning that time endow ment fund of the college had been in creased 64000 by small subscriptions during the summer The hundredth anniversary of the establishment of the Christian church will be celebrat ed at Cane Ridge Friday morning Col Alexander Campbell jr son of the founder of the Christian church has organized a girls college In Lexington which opened Us first session this week HE RAVES FOR LIFE Doomed Murderer Bites at Hit Chains I Feining Insanity Mayklng Ky Sept 24 Clifton Branham wife murderer to be hanged at Wise C II Vr Va Friday is again feigning insanity In the hope that he may cheat tho gallows Branham Is chained to the jail floor and bites and snaps like a wild animal at every one who cornea near him He has not ta ken food for several days The death watch has been placed over Branham and the execution will take place at the time appointed Hundreds of peo plo from all over Eastern Kentucky will witness his death ANOTHER FEUD POSSIBLE Tom Caskey Who Killed His Cousin Recently Shot Downs West Liberty Ky Sept 2G Tom Caskey who killed his cousin Forrest Caskey a short time ago In this coup ty was shot to death Friday at Elk Fork four miles from here Tho brothers of Torrent Caskey are accus ed Time sheriff and a large posse have gone to make an arrest Th excitement is high It Is predicted that this is the beginning of a bad feud as the Caskey families are among the Jargcst in the county and are about equally divided AH are fighting people Dr Duncan Position Louisville Ky Sept 21The re moral of Miss Alice Gaggs from the position of superintendent of the hos pital training school resulted Wednes day in the notification by the board of safety to Dr Ellis Duncan th tJwould either have to yeebe removed from his pov sIVV intendent Orderlies izyesVrantI Scanlend have aIbeen remove It Is said that Vfij removals will j be made by tb public safety A ou8 ans Deeds isroi VVtt 26Miss Agne rrankyayounK womnn of good family Friday cut the throat of Milton Car ley with a razor aid then wounded herself in like manner They will die Carley had for five years paid court to Miss Travis but a week ago mar ned another girl and this Is thought to have prompted the deed b Will Locate a Church at Jackson Paris Ky cA 25More than a thousand delegates attended the open ing of the State Sundayschool con vention Thursday under the auspices of the Christian church It was an flounced that the state mlsslonaty board has organized a church at Jacy son Breatbitt county the seat of tbe recent Kentucky feuds Young Girl Seeks a Divorce Covlngton Ky Sept 24 Lena Fahrubell a girl only 14 years of age brought suit Wednesday In the cir cult court at Newport for divorce from Joseph Fahrubell The suit was brought for her by her father John Brausch and Is the result of a young girls romantic marriage without the consent of her parents Kentucky Mexican Veterans Meet Richmond Ky Sept 25The State Association of Mexican veterans met here Thursday in annual session On ly IS survivors were present They were addressed by Senator James B McCreary and entertained with a ban quet New Railway Bridge Collapsed Hopkinsvllle Ky Sept 26The Tennessee Central Railroad Cos new bridge over the Canton pike collapsed causing a less of several hundred dol lass Hands were at work on the abut meats when the accident occurred but escaped Injury Cynthiana Select Team Defeated Lexington Ky Sept 26 Kentucky state college defeated a Cynthiana select team Friday In a football game by the score of 39 to 0 Slate college will make a strong bid for the Ken lucky championship this fall v Running Fight With Moonshiners- Owensboro Ky Sept 25UnitedV States Marshal Gee W GJJliland and posse had a running fight with moon shiners in Breckinridge county Thurs day morning in which 60shpts were fired and nobody hurt Officers cap tured the still and gallons of beer Admitted to Bali Hopkinsvllle Ky Sep 25irsBertha Willis Lawrence and Lewis Willis and Jim Williams who were in dieted by the grand Jurjofor the al leged murder of Lieut WB Johnson last March have been adnjjtted to bull Cattle Trader Died Suddenly Frankfort Ky Sept 24rMack Sal ets aged about 50 years a cattle trader and well known Jn this and adjoining counties died Jjuddcnly of t apoplexy Ho was in apparent good health a halt hpui5 before when he lay down for an afternoon hip j Stockyards May Merge Louisville Ky Sept LThe re mot has been received th t tie Dour t ion stockyards and tb Central stock c fljUs w H Id nicViiajtit ha annual l utlngaf the Jctobr t t TROOPS ASSEMBLINGeVITwGen Bates Is On Hand For the MaVneuver at West Point Ky 4 Camp Young West Point Ky Sept 26With the commanding gvreral on the ground and all preliminaries dir posed of the regular troops from Ihfc department of the lakes began arriv lag here Friday while others were Jleaving the stations In the differentVVpas of the country for the second se 4 sirs of Instructive war maneuvers About 14000 troops including millVVVtia from Indiana Illlois Ohio MichiJVgan Kentucky and Wisconsin WiltVparticipate The regular troops tak P lag part represent all branches of the service except the heavy artilleryVThe maneuvers proper will not b9 gin until October 2 by which time alt the national guards will have arrived Covlngton Ky Sept 26 Company f of Covlngton Kentucky state guards 57 strong will leave for West Point Ky on next Tuesday where they will take part in the army uaVVneuvers to be held there Time Cov Ington company will bo part of the First battalionVWORKMEN BURNEDV Their Clothing Ignited From a Burn Ing Gas Well VV Lexington Ky Sept 24MomiticelVlo Ky well No 2 of the Kentucky Colonel Oil Co gushed 20 feet high Tuesday night and the accumulation of gas caught fire from an engineVboiler Wednesday morning and burned three menVThomas Marsh driller and A B Adams rigbullder were perhaps fatalVly burned The rig was destroyed The fire was extinguished by drivingVa packer In the well Cat Adopted Young PolecateV Petersburg Ky Sept 24 Warren Tobtn killed a polecat near his homo that had several jpung skunks with her which made their escape Tues day he found his house cat soundly sleeping in her usual place in the pantry and huddled at her side were four young polecats that she had adopt ed The youngsters Deemed content ed with their newfound mother and she seemed as devoted as If they were her own offspring Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Sept 25Prices were satisfactory on the tobacco breaks Thursday Burley had a stronger tone anti ranged from 30Vto 1375 Dark was sold from f3 to Q90 The sales were 312 hhds ofVwhich 283 hhds were burley and 23 hhds dark Prominent Attorney Quietly Married Newport Ky Sept 24RamseyVWashington of this city former coun ty attorney of Campbell county VitV was learned Wednesday was marrTJJ about two months ago to Miss Ida Kuril of Plketon O The we was celebrated In Parkcrsbur Ive VrVL San Jose Scofe Fruit TremsAj7Frankfort Ky 9r VVVnof13irmftjrpsta1 mnspsrtorfurVKentWcVy Thursday f ported to the itural departmut that he has fount the injurious anti dreaded San Jose cale on fruit trees in several counties and a smaller number nearVAlexandria Campbell county D C Edwards Resigns Louisville Ky SepL25D C Ed wards of the Eleventh district has resigned as a member of the repub Hcan state campaign committee because he is a candidate for the seat of the late Congressman Vincent JJore Ing Edwards will be succeeded by JVC Wood of Mt SterlingV Soldiers Turn Carpenters Jackson Ky Sept 26The sol diers stationed here have turned car nenters and have been repairing theV sidewalks Capt Longmlrc proposed to the board of trustees that it th town would furnish lumber and nailVhe would have his men repair the side walks which are In bad condition Woman Died in the Depot Guthrie Ky Sept 26Mrs Jeml J ma Thomas while en route from Plattsburg Mo died in the passenger depot here of heait failure She hadV3805 In money and a note In her pocketbook saying that she was on he i way to her daughter Mary Cole at TV Ellzabethtown Ky Sells All Mineral Rights VV uVMadlsonville Ky Sept 26The Gordon Land Co of this city has soM ail Its mineral rights consisting of several thousand acres of fine coal p lands to the St Bernard Coal Mining tfOVof Earlington The St Bernard VV Co now controls over half the mineral rights In Hopkins countyVSalvation Army Cavalry WelcomedV Mayklng Ky Sept 26The SaivaVVtion army cavalry which Is 1nvadInV the Kentucky feud district will be asked to conduct services at Bentley Ky and Pound Va villages on the roUte between Whitesburg Ky and Wise CHVa t Would Succeed forcing Frankfort Ky Sept 2G WllliAm Randall Ramsey of London LaurelVcounty announced his candidacy forV jV congress from the Eleventh Kentucky f district to succeed Vincent forcing deceasedVDiphtheria in West PinevilieVPinevllle Ky Sept 25There are 23 cases of diphtheria reported from West Pinevllle The first case de veloped near Four Mile about a weekVago While the spread Is rapid It isVhoped It may be checked before itV reaches the city proper Plan a Pearl Button FactoryVPetersburg Ky Sept 25A New York firm will start a pearl button but ton factory hero within the next 90 I days that will give employment to people The finest mussel beds in time 4VOhio river are found In this vicinity Became Violently ImsancVBellevue Ky Sept 4Frank B Drury 45 became violently demented at Jtis home at 120 Van Voast avenue his city Wednesday night and alterVVthreatening to kill his wife are had to be removed to the Newport ail for satekeepingVPostmaster Commits Suicide Paducah Ky Scot 24H H WhitVpostmaster aLBandana Ballard ourty cominlttetf suicide by tlioct ag immset He ih family and wsaVwell to do Io cauie waa assigned lur act tip rcaisi ritri old VV T r t rP IC iJ l io r J f b t i i t Xc io rjIfj 1 I i 0 l + H I t f i I h i1r frit L 1flJiJj IF Harvest Time and Some Lessonsti Whit Nature May Teach tile ChrbUea of Faith entJ Patience f hd Sermon y Ula Kiway and Byway Ptachsr 1 1Copyzight J ofM JC3 IIr J u Edscn Pr t Chicago Sunday Sept 27 1903 f r1 lldothgi 14 I It we faint notQa 69 wLORY of Comple tlonThe crown- Ing glory of field of waving grain Is the m fullripe ears which are ready for th 9 harvest The orchard Is nevermore glorious than when the lusciold fruit hangs low and crimec splendor from ti IV fo1 boughs or the faithful and jbounttrul trees The sprouting grain in its eager hope irultagethe dainty blossoms as they told upon trees whisper hopeful 4 sf the days of harvest to come but nelth l trthe growing wheat field nor the Cr 4 1rantorchard can claim tbat glory which Jalone is the reward of ripeness and ma 3 turity Nature is eager In her spring time of beginnings she is patient ai r persistent In the summertime of testing Ianigrowth but she Is magnificent and t 4 and satisfying In the glory of i I her harrestUrae for tho harvest Is re completionThe glory and for 1tuIn the rough sketch but In the com fl o pJd and perfect work of art of which t ittMsjough sketch was thebeginning TIO aptik pf ne great machine are crude and un 1deloped but when the completed ma It e perfonhs the work for which fiTasconstructed glory crowns the efforts maker It Is the returning vic toriops army and not untried troops tj which enjoys the enduring glory of his J 1q torys page The conquest completed the r1 Uk finished the device perfected the enterprise concluded are possessed of a glory which they could not know f7 their immature imperfect state little daughter has just entered school It pretty sight to see her start off u rprpudly and enthusiastically eager to w begin her climb up the ladder of knowl edge but the glory of that beginninI 1 t must be found in the twelve years In the future when she sball have finished the grade and high fechpol work If she would share In the I i honoV and distinction of the graduation t ii ibt rnist endure the long ycarsof plod i ulnli study What joy what satisfac c Ion glory attaches to the thing I 44Jnpleted The harvest field the rlpenI f kx Iogfruit of tho orchard are eloquent in i ixifresslon ot this thought The glory Htcompletion tf i r01r 1 the the N the service for Christ this is lS1Ie1 ruBy true They that turn righteousness shall shine as the stars r Iud ever There Is the crown IJnfrlife r miset to the Christian who n the fIr trial of temptation ftie is the rn of righteousnessa ivJiKh is pr rn KC o Christians tare rait lr faithfully until their Xflfi coiri There Isythe crown of rSlkn tadeth not away promised i faithful under shepherds when t jrl1btIber shall appear What J ttm Stti it bet I want to attend i Vf5 ceremonyItfhrn+ jsonr to righteousness i hall burst forth In glory resplendent ts ihe liars forever and ever and when they shall b downed What a picture to Jt iarzlc tha Christian Who Is there that does not long to stand some day throngTlegloryof tin course Paul exclaims I have Bnfshed my course Henceforth there Is laid up for me a crown of rightcous Bess Jesus on the cross cried with i AndC resurrection triumph and the ascension tjorj When the course is run when t 4 f mission Is finished when the duty J done then comes the time of glory t ted rejoicing The certainty of this at t fiy is the star of promise for the Chris J I 3 tian 1 7j B IfUT there IB a daot realization near er than the great Sinai harvest ttme I Is the reaping here as well as Ii A zthere The blessed privilege t cimes or seeing souls brought to Christ f personal effort The word spokentJ i2Sd of kindness performed the l 2 argedbrlngforth their fruit Vi to IK Which God often parmits us to be t jlwM here In this We And how thelory or such fruitage rests as a halopfJ1 the one who has not been weary in fjwell doing but who has persisted until r if he hardened and obstinate and sinloviSp sinner has been won for Christ has I persisted In the bard way of duty until and success have been won The Jt 1I1rsUanneversltlnes more resplend j y Uy pr glorifies his Lord more fully t f iflWii when the harvest time has come 1 ijithIts reaping of precious souls But e weary days of waiting and water t r ig and tending have preceded Thetl SieJoivn the storm of criticism and oppo has raged about It has been a I 41n and hard Journey between the time t f owlBg and the day of reaping 1 4 At JeAs promises are sure and His Butfie Ic tIi due season we shall reap if we reJiVJme It is delightful place to be atJp4 that which has to do with the per Jj 3pflal and Inner life The fruits of th i4i iJrit are love joy peace longsuffer x x gentleness goodness faith meek i1 iac temperance When we find these fi t out in a Christians ioi Beautiful slid attractive and InfluentialN r that life How prone the Christian f ib lives on a lower plane is to sigh 11dff CifJ Iory of such a character attracts him JDj he would like to bean Chrlslllke in i of1jx t itjfutiing Oss and lusts In order that the frifita I the spirit might growiIow often fi bristlan makes the5tart todeyclop cse attributes fn his life but hebe Jmelt weary In t ewendoIBgandII ails to come to the time of reaping the IIHu 1 1 FiTHUSIASM of BeglIIlntsItIII In easy to make 4 iJ marAs toe beGlnnlllg Uis com v raUfe1r aJ1easl undertaking to iIJsc entbusiasn It is not hard io 4 ethe6uteir1eteueaorthe eneJ Jt dd a ItI1ittl q te al p atbtr matter tokold the tigether foS1t toigoold I eaptured ald Oi7 jtflltll ltrlW lt k tks I 4tb0 MOu ti iI 7 5ric t= Ib-I 0 jIi IrrJ t FcI1 fl n jIi cf t ir ItJr rcjik o =A t J l J ff 6 ze 4tti J 0 r 1 Tof Israel over the proposed colonization of the promised land but It was tho trying task of years to lead them through the wilderness and bring them to the plains of Moab opposite to Jei ri cho the place of entering Joshua had no difficulty In rallying all the people to the tally march around Jericho but It was a constant struggle after the peo pie were fairly settled in tho land to stir them to the further conquest igVhenland and the oppressed people found enlhuslasmI theIeand of Gideon was raised Many ent IsItni speedy toLIthisa moveme or enterprise hut endurance measurer the quality of that enthusiasm and de fmltdii enduranceIsfallineffectivelythe point aimed for Enthusiasm sparks and glows but unless endurance tans and feeds the tin It soon becomes cold dead ember without influence r power welldoingt Uh 7Ihis field today that is well doing is the right start But tomorrow It not the seeder again which he ahoul run through the field but the cultivator followprotecting the patient waiting Ft farmer cannot pfmorrow and the next day reap the golden grain And yet that is exactly diGoodt tomorrow the weeds of of Indifference of sinful indulgence are nl aharvestreaping there Is sad disappointment an aharvestmWellIIdoingandInltethe well done was written over theday welldolnsdays of the week are to go in the strength Christianso church and prayer meeting and Sunday school but dwellfandthedeparturrftst lie know the way Is dreary trameKnowsHe In nfl point relt Hie ame oBer1jTPI of a iJyUa ritfliinai u irerj mlgntfx thine vc i it dn3here the way t Look to Him the Lord ot Glory t tGatingetrlCe1IsThat the Lord hath loved thce a01 h Look to Hlin AVhc jver llveth Interceding for Ills own fFreelys renewWith a brIghtenHope c Peace once more thy heart shall IIghlentl dDeJcsua Is thy strength and tayj JsthelIneever realize what this meant Over and ov Go DdsManblunderstoo early or too late reaping but God righttUnealized when there is patient waiting up onw God In the fullness of time God se ntea His Son into the world In the fullness of of time Christ was offered upon the en ssto as a sacrifice for sin In the fullness of time He rose from the grave and ascend ed Jnto Heaven and in the fullness of time tb Holy Spirit descended and filled the waiting disciples God always acts with precision This ought to cheer and encourage the heart of the Christian whose well doing is doing the will of God No anxiety and worry because e day of reaping docs not come n due season we shall reap God says and we can afford to walt The farmer does not set the day of harvest a- In the springtime after ho has planted In s crop He tends and cultivates tha ld and waits Nature may bring an early harvest or she may delay the ma siring of the grain so that the day of uncertaintybute right time has come then the sound giGodssiUanthe trying dark days of waiting ICIOTfaithful cultivation will produce alargercl crop than scant sowing and careless ltivation He that soweth sparing shall reap also sparingly Is the declaration of Gods word This is i the realm of nature and why bold be thought strange in the spiritual alm Joash king of Israel shooting prophetElishathree times and then staying his hand when he should have smitten five or x times gives us a picture of the Chris Uan who is halfhearted In his work of fng And because the sowing hpartedandlleant the reaping like ratio Be not weary in well doing at the time of sowing of the seed nor afterwards in cultivating the cr fblJghtellI Is ber during a period of tb through sections where the shriveledft parched and stunted porn r the harvest time Tier kid bftksd tlja ground arid llerCOhfiille cora Afid the CbrisUani fafltiiqpiity 1r J 7 I pf r a 1 1J1 o b t 1 IoJ 1 = 1c Jy r J fo 4JtWU VI Si COt 0 jr 1 u il 1 fr JP j b r i of tcmpttrtlon and trial Well doing would keep the blasting rays away fron the growing crops but having become weak and fainthearted tciaytatlon a trial win easy conquests Be not weary in the well doing which guards the field after it Is planted which waters and cultivates the growing crop which waits patiently until the due season of rex p ing for the reaping Is proportionate no only to the sowing hut to the multi ness and patience of the cultivation liE ripened grain and fruits are a sum In addition Into that kernel of wheat and Into that yellow peach and rosy apple have been pressed the sun shine and cloud the dew and the rain the fresh air above and the loft nour Ishlng earth beneath Not a day can he spared out of Its existence Each day since the apple blossom lint opened to the rays of tho warming sun It hat been busy developing and growing- of Nourished by tho parent stem wet the dew and kissed by the sun today It has needed the next day and tko next- n Jor further development and growth And thus it has gone on and on The halfgrown apple has swelled to the pro portions of maturity the green dress has mellowed to a yellow hue tinged rwith crimson its hard heart has soft to a state of edibility and all be cause the necessary days Oe counted off to the clue searon of reopIN Acd so it Is with the Christian Each day each experience must add something to life and character that will contrlb to the day of reaping All the day l are needed The sunshine of today the rain anti storm of tomorrow the cold and the heat IA carelessness areIatime brings with It the possibilities of future harvest days The kernel ofassi aNwheatmultiply itself manyfold The grain ut it crowds the bin otter harvest rust Iceeurr In its Impatience to be out again and missionIIcommission to larger and better effort he time of reaping is not the time of tothanntd notIcon we shall reap if we faint not He bearingdain with rejoicing bringing his sheaves with him JUDGING BY APPEARANCES c MhriNtilinreUr l Iu ormln arfapncapistakeoneconstructionII tonsdand is told with so much attention to OUlOrIwestern Christian Advocate when all the facts are in a single circumstan a that was overlooked changes the wit ol complexion of the actor of the itioryS At one of the Waterloo banquets ftJke of Wellington the hero of the mous battle handed around for the examination of the guests a presenta tlon snuff box set with diamonds All at once it disappeared Some one Bug gested that everyone present turn his Inspectlonne old officer whp refused and when e point was insisted upon left the IIponhImd shoulder The next yen Plied ii IIme banquet happened to put Ws 1 fllth pocket of his fva tun teImaujnOheithe ft olrnital1rfd apologized He found aiin living in a wretched garret Ehismissed the officer replied I was carl myCamlly 25nyoneWhen the great duke heard the story Liethrried like child Onobnloneut he learned well the lesson not to udge by the outward appearance ehSAYS HE CAN COLOR DIAMONDS r W C Kuch Announces tbC Dl coverr ofaXCn teton XRay IDiamonds of the purest white endhav most dazzling brilliancy will soon be an ithin the reach of the smallest wa geeat thernorofchangingbe all that experiments Indicate Mr Fuchs who is a Chicago man hopes that with the perfection of his process he jc Ittoalaborne for five years and he is now dldiamond IIbschanged a one and onehalfcarat dla mond to a brilliant green with added luster He also produced a stone of rich brown similar to the 25000 gem King Edwards crown and turtherT changed a sixcarat white stone to black = The coloration is permanent It de red though Mr Fuchs can etum the rac stone to its original color Topazes pearls and other gems sub yellowtopaxeen by the process The method conhe ats In directing the Xrays through theier tobetie penetrate the Tiamond Mr Fuchs de ares that it Is a known fact that a ills ond has large pores and that It is bu- artially throilgh these that the Jartls are able to pass into the body of the adIteepparthas further perfected ILmoOpium Smoking In Parli For some time past doctors in France hav t been warning the public against the dangers of the latest craze Opium smoking Tho habit has been introduced by officers and others ninetofrom IndoChina and gradually exAr AulonOijIswidely spreaddaThe Sent of the TronbicbyDo you blame not the deei you call sin which Is1f greatest sn It was your spirit fore you fell that was wrong e- deedony revealed yourself to ypcj tr You were a failure before ew yourself You are In the rgjfliJ blftssednws now If rOil will but fiftYfi f1tr R J cipbtL s RfWiJ 1 J1f t yi P 1zg= r TH YELLOW FEVER It Seems to Be on the Increrce In I 1dredo TexILaredo Tex Sept f0thisjiascourge11cascs were mandayNcanvasTexamination wjlowThis city now presents a dead ap pEarance all those who could get ticofcreaSoUthitles that nearly four thousand people IYboo fled froni here since the begin nlng of the yellow fever scare The city is now quarantined against In all directions in the state and no person can get beyond the limits of Webb county Other Texas counties have established a shotgun quarantine soil are turning back nil those who are endeavoring to get away In coach buggies and carts The quarantine applies to all persons freight agthir gage express mall or other matter originating in the city of Laredo or Aauthority jjcstateboiThefathoroughlyned Ing cflccliiely and scirutilically aring of liDrstatits oil The no IndeathsMan nrMarianomea Dr ingTrevenoday s lie will have stumped out the feve f nlTheties have boon temporarily moved to l Impasas where all incoming bag gage and freight over the National rSil wry Is examined ttms permitting trains to run through to Laredo Tex without stopping at Nuevo Laredo Tamplco Mcx Sept 8Flve new lyhereapparently Houses numbering IIGI wcro disinfected Sunday and the au thorities are uniting in their efforts to kill the plague exiiti City Sept 2Snefu eesnum Butmand Tamplco fleeing through fearI J1appearanceItal is the oasis for a throng of tors IGENERAL STRIKE POSSIBLE Every Packing Plant In the Country Is Threatened With a TI Up Chicago Sept 28Every packing plant in the United States is threat ened wit1i c tie up by aKcncral strike al butchers and affiliated work men throughout the country for the tirstthp in hlitt ry unless the owners ylcl mantis ot time gantaJMIlnt d AnLien Athfrteg I1tfWhile the a wlujngyo pay ioUatlons Jtheir1ellera and meetings will be Imff purn 1 irougliotit IhC tlltrIt ill Ir y a general stiiiordered xffecting more titan 5000U n FLOATING IN THE LAKE Stry of a White Woman Found Near Birmingham Al nirmingbam Ala Sept 2STtebod of hayearst Lake early Sunday with eroeethe bank about feet from the y her bat was found but there were no evidences of a struggle or any clue whatever lo show bow the woman met death Physicians believe the woman was murdered and thrown In lie lake Thursday night Claries A Kelley a middle aged man claiming to be a painter from Jacksonville Fla and Macon Ga was arrested Sunday night In connection with the murder He Is saIdem e been seen at the lake Thursday afternoon anti was pres when the body was drawn front LAtheTo Cure Drunkenness Berlin SI1t28The city of Dres OAtitutionthe continent Patients must be examined PS to their sanity arid b gnosed as curabIc and must volun ily submit to a regime of healthful ngAPSolution of the Race Problem Atlanta Ga Sept 28In an address before a mass meeting of Nc roes in this cIty Bishop Henry M rpllcopalhurchthe NracesCOeReeelv Two N POiagararain T Wllraer was electrocuted at his me In this city Sunday While FLrchlngCOreceivedMade a Monsignor New York 28 Rev LAnNewark dlocpsc and pastor of St Mi chaels parish in Jersey City has been W vised by Bishop OConnor that the OAensignorHOFine Artesian Water at Richmond Va Wflowingdrilled In the heart of this city has been analyzed and properties similar those of the waters of Hot Springs k have been round Serious Fire at Brldgeton N J OAnts city was destroyed by fire Sun = y night entailing a loss estimated 100000 which Is partially covered Insurance Two hundrcd persons out of work C t tangden Dies Suddenly Sept 28C F Langden t Armour Co died aud afternoon at his sum Crystal Litke rn Mr k1j 3fS n1 idr110J t J Bti ft J2 it J FlnaLIr Got ItI boyaSay mister said tho boy who had been wrinkling hi tare scratch ing his bead and rubbing his right andrtescaped him whats the name that place where were got so ofFortAloJkTheaint just it but its some rc around therebodont Manila Thats right I know Id get at after awhile I want n but ingmuneIA Jnpnnrir R wheyoiclxivented an automatic abacus or counting machine and got it patented This matIhchine Is said to do arithmetical tion subtraction multiplication an rllvlslon quickly and acucrately more quickly than tho counting machine in Csrogu e abroad The price of such a ma chine of Japanese make Is about one d of that of one of the best German manufacture The Kcn r lie Made manuCaclurerconslderedhimself aduely was ready but the manufacturer d to arrive At last a messengerIcome with a letter from explain that his whe would cncghttheOnNew York the street car companies nnthillglarger carlIng9sn uponthnameddlmet dinTIiThe British post office employs 181535 eSlahjJlshed dlsmlssedlargeIIy253 were deprived of good service stripes SEen nulomn In Europe Europe is the only continent with a erical preponderance of women even In Europe there are many outnumberthe ServInBosnia ovrl Slot Machine In London if you want rooms a sen runp ant or a situation you advertise the fact In a machine for a penny You Itwltlys your own writing I toIcltcIintheslot 01Badenadmission tickets to the platforms for those who have no other tickets Ilrrllu n Ilanklnir Center GermaniJoanklng 1t i ot i tiutb e Ilfst carbbllc 4ijas a mean s iMde tnel and roeknoH natrc trubered by those who trip on the futastic French heel Rind AVonlw Kind words prevent a good deal ot t perverseness which rough and perious usage often produce in gen us mindsLockeTo Defrcllve Mrs Humphrey Ward recently opened a new school In Newcastle England provided by the still existing school board for the education of mentally and physically defective chll MARKET REPORT v I 2CCATTLEHeavy steers 4 50 00 75HOGSMixed packers 10 tl 6 25of 40IAMBS90WHEAT1a 85RNNo38RYEJ50TQRKClear A 775BUTTER 23APPLES25TOUACCOOld FaChicago 10WHEAT iLith 76CORN 37RYE1200LARDNew York 90WHEAT 62OATS62LARDRDSteam 8 75tlBaltimore flHEATNoCORNNo2 mixed 62ya 52 trTTLESteersGSWestern 0 7 00 Louisville 83RNNo p 38PORKLARD Steam 9 00 Indianapolisf 81hCORNNo2 to s TSNo 2 mixed 0 37 sa asassap a S S S yyyyyflflflflyyyyyyflyflnnw1 Right Along A good thing lives and iI Jjike ci jcw life 9j HH tLPi Ar i ibliL i t fi t fii d ITOOK RISK IN COUGHING Barber C ed lo Slin vlnit Colorado Con lflDIpttTC Alnnr Gne AVaruliiBT T ArheIniiedelphiaord Ieirrilationin rettmictionhis itItLeberr and the man in the chair liiade liii Ie nithout any injury Uul ac be paid check at d remarked to the- s barber tonicIOh dont mind him replied the boy hainer day hat lie been in the l tmNe for eettnugCromilrunkard lint liii nerve went Kick on him n he drifted into Colorado Spring and out bangtheregh given him cold chill Out therr he me not day goes by that fence lunprr doe snt et a gash in throat while being dsha vedAT HOME IN A HACK Good IUtrner hail XoTlirllllnit Tales to Itelnie Hut lie IadeJliltr lo Burroughshicouple of cowboys were sitting around a camplire in the west IIn cdol relate an exchange Mr Muirtuliiofanen counter a Iioar bear in the Articcircle IAI pen aniencePtlclpatcd In a whale hunt IJolli CowtO5thhad tiassed through strenuous The j re iieiit rcmtnicence included anI ounter with a mountain lion and n con with a grizzly One of the tatesnien in party a man of much ability vouchsafed torit CometaM the president tell reei11IlItthere are no thrilling natural hisloiy tcr wil indcantbearpanddfact have never been mtiiile horse tfmnu iskemnlyElevnllnsr the Standard So you are to have a high church wed g asks the friend of the beauteous selwho is to become a midsummer hiIt teems to be quite the fashion now pal e the friend sha aminellof the ntherJl I thought that highchurch was high itIcuinughinuney to to allow to the- respi 50 feet hiaherN Y Tribune j SoL Ethel lettcrbellettcorjtlring Mi lIrubha nys variouslcaaot curfIlomplaintIave eat farlor This remedy ia within the reach 0Fall Titell others about it DoddKldnefays they are the bet medicine for Killnr DiabelcsinA True Iortmtt Itthewas still damp Iray examine it wel 1anthinYo hsC a Do erson1c- ieybag iSIV i your banpxt go oil Bauiklutk ankluirkNot an well a ii might you w The toa lnia tv railed fftAffitiltu tiio had bet an arm stud a ie an rto the toast of Our AbrtntMeiXtt e h tray Storiei Plenty of Then nriggt tiilder has taken roe ont in his automobile quit frequently oHate Griggs I iuppofc he wants to have you pleanresYou Free I lrese Pleasant Trnte In Prnmptet The Victim Gracious man Are you go ranOrtBarberThat I rely on my strength Stray Sories What is that youre baking there mr dear inquired jouneMr Newliwcdhror tome cakej dont know have not finished replied the young bride Philadelphia v To Cure a Cold In One flay dr cauggiUsh Pipa aid little Tommy faddfiisImwhat is the game of author lommy replied Mr Taddelli i to sell theinLiooSmart utI k PJso Cure cannot LJ too spoken of a cough curfJ W ODrien 322 Third Ave N Minneapolis Minn Jaufi 1900 AU that one game by faUehood is not tova isristotleThe Chicago Xorth Western is the onlyledouble track railway between Chicago the Missouri Rirer Half of wisdom it in beinFsilent hen you have nothing to fay i No muss or failures made with Putnam deless Dyes jumIne cup amid the lip Chicago Iaily News i Aching backs arc eased Hip back tl and loin pains overcome Swelling of aii the limbs rheumatism and dropsy signs U vanish correct urine with brickdiidt jjinKidney Pills dissolve and remove calculi pa gravel Relieve heart palpita on sleeplessness headache nervous eas I TELI Cmr IxnIreceived tho free ial of Doana Kidney Pills They arc- plendid I had an back on taking tIme pills the pain left me right and I fccl like a new lan Stephen Kchacfcr Mrs ADDIK ANDHEWS R P D No1 BnoonEAD Wis writes I received the free trial of Deans Kidney Pills with much benefit Hy little nephew was- uffering terribly wIth kidney trouble ront Two doctors failed help him sad he finally went into His father gave Doans Kidney Pills and from the second dose pppp appappapapppAps S r v r lP1cdSsa r 1W 4WN OLJT DRAGGED e Most Women in Summer Peruno is a Tonic of Efficiency CariollStPcrunalft ufine medicine to talce any time of hue year bull Intro found it es pecially helpful to withstand the wear havekenat it has kept my system free from n th havingatso Runny women have in tliercforeimavcnohiesitancyinsayg the world Josephine Morris Peruna is frequently used as a mitiga a tl IiaLbath theinV healthytImin pood working order ht weather can be vltlistood with very little sufTerinfr Frcfjiient bathing with an occasional use of Peruna is sure to mitigate the rrors of hot weather Many ladies hly of the of the which New bet ter than shells shells SURE a inw bad wind after llrerromnlezlon rrzoUrlT r Canall other n r r itarl Co L etACH YtLLOW to nsn ct ma Ja More for Dlrorcr The run of in divorce is but r get a case in the ebrge IFo a oman ieas a ot the liar sonIc Urn ago little WIIIIUR ilcl at my o Hire and aw 16 how to aliout Jgaini er her neeesaiy placed tie in iutls The Hrrt charge that ie her pdu e wan He refused lot neel down and ta thu liiI we were the cago j That ried genius also have hail mnend records one of Your with hi baton in his ft hear it The olid Oil cago to the Conjt Line ELcui lose de he it Washington osss HILLS the free of pills They did od I trouble c to get night Now no pain neck t in back is gone also JNO L Mt NAME Po STATE sinro Ii UuuBcleat tepa reUp OiI ITIEE Old kespa right aleag Itt auc anti g1 r L a L 4 2 wwwwwwS5 Mrs 422 Uroad t writes Ms has me a world ofgood I feel In duty tell otlt In that It may meet the f WAS and I didnot headache I backache a pain some whers and was not J and I was glad to try any ftavid Iam say j I t life looks Mrs 4 I Hiave discovered that the of weather the they have been the habit of ty t i Us Thin is with them mucous membranes and the membranes do the retyon do not fcntiv results from the use of once to Dr givSDjra full statement of case ho will be to you his ad vice Dr of Sanitarium O WKBKSTK NEW RIVAL BLACK POWDERSHELLS Its the fhorou and load Ing and use only best make Winchester Factory Rival penetration and more uniform results gene ally any other paper arid the Win patent corrugated head used in making New Rival give them to withstand reloading BE TO GET WINCHESTER OF SHELLS STFORTHEBOWELj egixincuan towel t blloe had breath bloodlUimich tout aiocth ptlni tronbllallair hesdsibtndietcisaiulDiesnod you lickklllt more peolt than toethrr You willsaltm ttgtit today JBnder abooInM fuarantoa to ran8teettngItaZ7 Chlcgu eriwYorkj 1 othL1ANCEF eMk WaterproofI vu RUUU MMIQ AXTevcr 113IUUIM ox Crime general allegation proceeding commonplace tometimes which teal1 musing eman1eil rho known member he continued a nest insliliilintjauit fordivorcc birrhanii tIe rmation eatc made against that night married brute ChiJ Chronicle Sounded AViij tiiioophiermuat liwutir iWjjMat comnoftr son egnerYecYouth Companion Overland Limited train Chicago Union Pacific NorthWetcrn Sonic fo1kpaid Uncle ablehandlecant poach Star TRAIGHT TO TIlE SPOT gaindistodayawcliboy Kidney Pills- IIIJDnI15 KtI received trial me great had bladder compelling upoftcn sleep in of bladder in HILL Iiendachcrt fDoanJrKldn Pills iitVCS4rtZfli toFcsur5uib2riwrite xiiircn on ICAI ADVICE The RoUftbIe SteJacobs Oil cunie- gainL3 and Ache Trcbsio Nelson St Nashville Teun Peruna done boundio hopes gutfredasIJase notknowIt have had or really Utc worth j4d4Peruna thing verypleased to 4ofbright again Tressle Nelson depression and in nttniluting maliria quickly nhcii tluy Pcruiia why Peruna La soWrpulnr Verona providcsut cleat clean mucous If derive prompt nnd factory Pernna at Hartman your and pleased give valuable pratis Addrefs ITartman President TlieJIartroan Columbus modern scientific system materials Loaded Shells give pattcvn The special chester strength MAZE for oM dluwe andcon put diaaiisecri inquired anilshe wiltitiiin conducts during CANDYAl = J i W flOUEAS ll SHOESYea can save from 3 ta 5 yearly byjvartnW Lflenarlaa 5530 ar 5 Ciey equal thfn have CXt u trout fl to ZLtn supcrnitOerI rct i o dealers oveiyDrlicro Look name price on bottom That Dong Iu use Co- nOnaColtproreglhens U DosathatCorea naPs PatLestlser male rfl 014 Irwekii wI54 CHt Edge Llneeanntit be equoilfdaf price Shoes xail 25 fCBU extra IlUitrattdCaUIos free W L POCtiros Brocltoo Jlan i i I I REE i TO WOMENA Large Trial Package of j ANWSPICAIITFO6WOMEU Internal cleanliness Is the keys to woman bealth tied Ticor InSanaatloa Sorenox Ptlrta CaUirb cannot exist with It rnxtlnc nard a vaginal douche revrlatlua In combined clcanalnf a4 p healtoK ponrrr It Will all dlteate fmna laioeitiiratneatotfemaieUhaitilInTlflat4eUrsll Merer all lo Are Kant Catanb- CumbircnilTopenplratlonof arm pita tad feet Cam Son Throat Ron Jloath tiA Sore Ejea- Aa e n toolh punrdrr nothIng c niU tia i Kemom Tartar lUrrtf the Garni and whitest thetetthiDauiabad breath iweetand agTeeibl jhoaaaflitittter4OODS vnea prva thatltltthe vrealrateurehrI Beorrb a ercr dlacDTrrcd We hovr yet to hear of the Brat ease It tilled tn cure To proTt all this we will mall alarge trial package wUbtooKoMnslmctioainbaalntclrffree TbU I il not a Uuj Simple tmt enoach to coorince anyone At UmjgUta orient poatpald by naM cUlnrcoboT Satlnfactlon gnaraatetfdf Tbe U axtoa Con Dept HotonMaap = n GO IVOW k jLTEXASTUERE AT KATES ISO CHICAGO SI8 CINCINNATI SIS ST LOUIS SIS KANSAS CITY ritfulioaalt Ralei teem lalermtdlile taints Stooirtri ricalLlmilKtTlt tdp MISSOURI KANSAS ATEXASRY- A9kJ4eareal Ticket Aeent- Orwrlta x GW SMITH NPA316 Marquette Bldg Chicago III 4IMILITARY BOUNTY UND WARRANTS Issued to codier rfany war svelte me at one aUtANK lltxiKU ttsnh Blort Dearer ixilo r PATENTSs rrzOxnALDcO Re ANAKESIS lie and POSiTIVE LI rizxis aaIKEaIRsee bcIkIIg cw rock e5 4t4iagobookmIF referetK KWsbtcetonDO I j wIaI T55TJO TO ADVLIITE5t please iiita that 3oIt iatr the ItycnIso mcii Iu thE paper N E p t tics ucra aItes uoitifuime iidbvdro a i 5 5l S S mu v I OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWIJSGSVILLEt KY I SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE t Address nil communications t TiiE OUTLOOK Punusiimo Co or iIi OwingsvilleKySubscriherR desiring chnngo of 1 address should a ways give prov i address when writing 4 Correspondents when out of tionery should mention fact on n separate slip of paper 0 1V THURSDAY OCT 1 1D03 i it L ANNOUNCEMENT f s For Stato Senator ti are authorized to iinnou I rWm B Whirr of Carler county candidate Democratic nominee- tor the Sonata from this district ID03ItWo are authorized to announce t Barrett of Carter county t l a a candidate Republican nominee for tho Senate from this dist ict 4ntthe November election 1903 Li For Representative We are authorized to announce Millard F FouchofRownn ccunty Candidate Republican nornin e X for the Legislature from this iL1 triet nt thoNoveniber election 1903 4 wT1i TnosK who dont like Wall street ii can jubilate now over tho bad days L it ia having tf pGHEAT BRITAIN resembles Ken tucky in the respect that very flmall men are running political af 1fafrsIT is to bo expected of course I that Beckbam will be elected it IK 4tobo expected of course that he h will occupy the ofllco anyhow Sir PRESIDENT ROOSEVSLT is back at t the White House and says babnd f aUbully time on his vacation 41 Now let tbo Government go on 4 VV l If not this time some time the 4 called the Demo LCtntjc3 party must make atone t ment for tho theft of the State of r flees through the Legislature I1 k TUE Steel Trust stocks are not OJ In high favor with tho moneyed 4 people of late The preferred went t riGVrotten in Den z1JJarkITTHE great Consolidated Lake i Superior Company a combine that wag running nearly everything in the Lake regions has bun ted Sledding is getting rough for more than one great trust ACCORDING to the epiritif not the tho letter of tho constitution Gov i ernor BeckbamiaUneHgiblo lorro election It la tIpltnLbo people to 1rsywbether the spirit of the con Etitution shall be observed icKuAu isTip better now h t when he took an office to w another was elected He ia not so good because the State constitu tion provision against a Gorcrno 0 uQceodi g himself was made foV AbrY just euch cases as life r PBIKCE ALERT the ja mile iS7tf j i 74 Jed Lou 4t 2 t Ion record by trotting i mi1I k a r twomlnute8 Theequine boys t fJ glrla are getting very fast indeed r Iii COVENGT had n Deinoer Zt j primary of the regular knockilorvn t 1I auddrag out order Saturday to r 1 tInominate a city ticket When th i Delllocratiof Kcnton county r f to deliberate Over the unices 1 i 91 4 ieaco andquiotudo take a vacation i Z KINO EDWARD ofEnglndpur 011tiir t tire f tiveb1l ifX t J jconBidOrlnghimselfaeabinetn ink snwrlt J ifbotching the job and jeopardiz 5ngbIskngship 0 0 rlvi 1 t StiHB 3000 of Uncle SamBscidi tendhhworl1tlitt 0mftn ers con do like Emperor Billy lf Z fit Geraaanj who charged at the 7 i4 head of one army regardless of the slaughter fhitJmenanl1tbough ij jf Jti il hel08t ccfrdi q r to the rules pf 2 4J the allle4be nlpircs dhhltlare j YtdecldeQtbew than thatbe vr If won victory 7 X is 4 r ri THIS is peculiarly the day of theg 4 l grafter One has succeeded in Dur o ftrrt boIBcol3nty Indiana nRrafUng 1 toatoiS n potat the 1t f vines above ground e8stmaloe8I ti i and the und rRrOU1 pro istalIHe i 14vh1probbIy graft jightnbg bugs I ft fnoeq 1t019o a body can see as t tt henihiyi t d 1 i ir THE Republican party lias Called ttJ to ii ike advantage flt oppprtun t this caNpaign It it hd nom 5l 4 fimetbodi a tleketby fair ian d It would doubtless have r i drawn1o He support the Indepei id t i Jc cut DeMopratic element which Fins t consistently opposed the Demo G t crde orgnlzaUunforsome lrs- l J because of manymisdeeds How beSIDnamlng l tJclttl Utaplsaele candidate personally d nof identified with ftVlrehnnd Of I followers supported Belknap merq M iii1 F tOjpiniPlra certain element oV w ntreIp that oirJt 7J i il f Blr r j tfr iJt i jI z 4JI rt It t J 7i hk l1t r 4 d 109 tT Ju t i c QI zt rriTf r f1p s I Cl O8ILL16 ra1L rll j iRt is rRbrewibut Wul street Now Yorkn Lombard Street London are having a hnrd time with Blocks and tiuiuls British ciinsois went down urySTi Monday the lowest in thirtyo dt years On the other hand U tobOnds nre toed welargely 1o j=rij r CnniSTMAs will come toward Curtis JeLL faster than it ever did ifItho sentence of hanging Dec ISth tnis executed He enjoys a rare tifmurder of Murcum and under a death sentence for the murder of i onomisvillo jailisTHE issues of the campaign main practically the sumens in olldiIceoll or of Beckhiuus record in nfllcc the Stataup 551 politico into the courts Besides Beckham is Ineligible for reelec tion according to the spirit if not the letter of the State constitution As long as a party brand mnkca good all sorts of delinquencies in candidate for public office thcr will bo no reform in govcrnniontil Things will go from bad to worse u heyndercant bo supported any longer reolutionisthem permanently worse The bet ay is to condemn wrongdoing by your vote before suchz crisis comes aaammiaaaaaaama IT is saId that unlees there ore discoveries of crude illuminating petroleum the supply will bo cx h a tFrindOil Cos property will largely fall into decay from disuse The Rocko fellers will not quit thegamo loi to any alarming extent in foci the Standard structure prowl permanence John Ds great grnnd children would own tho earth and bo planning to trap somo of the other planetsnANDY WALLACE of Opp b zmearnsand was proud of it But ho had heard that the Washington Postof flee Department was largely run graft and wishing something better ho offered Postmaster General Payne fifty dollars for the And alu sin postodlce Then Andy lost the bone in grabbing at the shadow and will have to stand trial in a U Andyisband of grafterstCORRESPONDENCE CraigsaNewt Sorrel bought of Pat Toy a cow for 30SurgeGrayBro Alfrey flhlcliis oppc ment hero Saturday and Sunday Mrs James McGurty und rsnnorf1i at Ashlt4 Sept 23d of riJhoidr J Pl 10 f Pres Se n ditodnffcso was aged ut HQ leaves four irntl v jSters1I1r S Iioutthr e years ago to work WillinWedncsdylI WeItWercl1vcd ones CityicctrB Vice of Bath Co ripentlutivea Mrs Bud Cblliver and children went Sunday Jor a several days visit to friends at Farmershllhss Lillian Barnes came Satur day for B few days visit with her friend Miss Emma Colllver Miss Della Davis of Sunpet vip itcd Misses Lizzie Gray and Emma Colliver from Friday until Sunday homeiSuodaysister M rs Wm Boyd at Reynolds ule Miss Mary Cutright left Mon dayora twoweeks visit to friends and relatives in Nicholas OUfltYCfcturnedd rwitharof Wyoming Okla Charlie Lyons of Fleming Co i ie hero taking photographsv Another wedding soon For urCther information ask J For d SL khindayvery much fi b Frank Denton and wife oUFli mth dioyandSundaynight Mrs Alphsus Vice visited rein tiyea in Grange City Tuesday and Wednesday of lust weekuThomas Denton wife nnXl twW children Grncic und Emmett wont co Saturday to visit relatives iiimrr sorangeJane Grain wife and bij UUL IIChertCollivCcr Saturday night Married Sept 23d Ittbe the b rIla parents Lewis hlUJib wife Mr Charley Daily IBS Pearl Hunt The performed by Rev Ed Anderou iont Wo wish the young people taiuch happiness tlilr t r 1t r i f r rt rrft 1 F = r tJl 4 toltldrMlsqstreet tair in Mt L we viekJnatIUsee viverycaDivisited W B Scott for a few dnjs lust week on his Y to Sherburne seDCarlisle Wednesday In Oivin lIe l in IsayRov William Noland and wifeof SicholttRvillc are the guests of W Given and wife Mrs Noland tho sister of Mrs Given oMrs JnnoAitkin of Lexington ofIiThe farmers urn nil busy cut t dr3towIlt scarce that most every ono Is haul ing a littlo wherever they can timid it It is dry dry Miss url1rumbo left Wodnesl day for 0vingsville to visit hersisi ter Mr1 II irownj t From hct see wilfgo to Cincinnati to spcm a hellomey Knob Lick Uncle Ben Wells is complaining poorlyDrinking nnd stock water scn reehuFrank Jackson moved to i tho store Ales V ells ia about the same of his illness Some few hero have been Bowi small grain bllrclrIdCornwellrather focitler ting hue commenced There will fie a fair crop of chest uts and some hickory nuts laBntlcr Yarbrough killed two wild ducks at one shot on tho pond Henry Swnnigan hRs gone Olive Hill His family will goon soonT J thirties alter several days confinement at hpino is able to ut the mines Ben Spenco tSr got one of his- S toes mashed off bya wagon run ning over itPFusil and Harvey Withrow wont o Olive Hill Monday morning work on a brick yard Jae Mondays little girl who un dctwcnt an operation at Lexington nd had several pieces of load bone taken out of her hip joint not s well when last heard from Salt Lick ItMrs Wm Stnton continues q InonJL Lewis removed to Morgan county last week toirve 1tP u 1erlr airnc y tw cti Y IM l 4sr Whit jmu tllrrsV SIrs Evalino Atchison of ingsville was tho guest otJInt here and at Midland the past w Thos Dickerspn has begun ex tensive improvements on his reel homeIdEli Evans and family Ot Farm trs and Mra Alfrey ofTcxas spent riday with Turner Evans and family i Mrs Thomas Barnes and Mist Lillie Barnes were in Owingaville a rungllThe foundation is laid for the ew RrttJilf Hotel nex door to tim ank The structure 1lL be of brick and will be comnuAlious J W A Atchison wife andjliugli tor Anna nnd Mrs Evaline c his un dayofwith Mrs Lou Myers of 1ld1 i There are now four brick bu Ings in course of erectionp bile- tho frame ones arc going much faster than they are burning dow Mrs Lide Mnupin desires ua to thank the kind neighbors and friends who worked so nobly in say i ng her household goods in too reo ent tire 0 Bro Barney who has been our kastoryeartha8betn retired and Bro Young wilt bo the pastor here for jthe coming yeurreTho secqnd Sunday in November will close Bro E E Dixwsons ser ices as pastor of the Christian to lagivetimablo wife as they are true wor ers for the Master X T Again our town has been swept coye worst one of nil The fire zns scovered about 10 p in on the ult in the large store of W JaFoil tk Son by C L Cook Jones clerks who were sleeplug1E over the storo Tho limo under such headway when iered hie that the boys had to jump r iin tIme second story Time flumec ne on spread to the large rc ideoecjbl C L Cook occupied Mril1 de Muupin next to udwl1l1inglh uso belonging to L Shouso and thcuniedmpanys office and it store ra- mlonging rmL toG L Lncknane nndIt wlitved thrnks to the heroicworkof r citizens jm MrSJB5GRB1NOW ft J J- dJ = 7J 1 iJiJifJ1 j tt 1Zf r rSlepstoi 3 Ruin xve ore patting none oil but frost we 1vbadsvert largL but y ones t 1stCluss hoary of Olympla Ishero his brother W B IIm and family W G Moore left last Friday to sit his daughter Mrs LidaKtoidat Owingsvillc Miss Ethel Barnes of Preston was atthioveral days lust week LickBwna weekviHiting her son aac Karrick and family near nil or our tC lundVIling one or more days lust week Misses Mary nnd Somali Car niicliiiel left Monday for a revS days visit to relatives at Olympin Misses Viola Havens und Soilio Estill of Orange City were guests fromn1gAlllo Lalie his mother nail two sisters of Mt Sterling spent Fri day and Saturday with hia brotlor R H Lane nod family Ed Moxloy who was here at tending to eomo business for self and J G Thompson left Wagoner I T last Thursday Mrs Ann E Wyatt and daugh ter Mrs L B Wilson mind children left Monday to visit Mrs Wyatta mother and brother atOwingsvillc for a few ilayswjag Henry and mother who hero for several weeks visiting nlIvet1 returned home to JJcCausey nt Thursday ur1Its W G Carpenter Myri heir Carpenter and family Mrr Morris on Powers and children and S idaudieIlmI1yoUpper Prickly Ash Miss Ruth MarkUnd is very sick L1tThnma Eneors huh boy has been very sick is bettor Alniari7fi Stone and wife ii ngsilkMiss Walter Mac Bailiff n CultbtoJohn J Coylb nnd wife of lower Prickly Ash wen guests ofreJennie Hamilton Saturday night beJuwes Shrout anti wifo of near Sharpsburg visited the formers otherMrsNnneyShmout Monday Grunt Coylo and wife of lower rickly Ash were guests of Jrhn Coyle and family one night last towOEk Mrs tnney Shrout nriflMi Mary rincdcgnr spent Saturiinji with L D Brother mind whit iii Owingsvillc usRev liB Crump of Fleming Co accompanied by hii htlt ere pf neur Curli le vlaitrl Thfs J Reid Slid family last wudcv IteWick Shields unriwif1 oiulur North Midillftii ii o VtBJtiiji riemid in lig attendisir t at Hnrtitrt T SShl l svIhht l rJillticre g any Shrout last Wl wMoores Ferro IeIt continuHS cool and u7vv Wo had soino rain Suntluy Sinking every Sunday evningn the new churchSHogs arc selling nt five cents pW pound hern good feederS Corncutting has lo uri payinir q rom 1 to 5 cents per shod Born last week to the wife of Georgo Bedell a 10lb daughter A B Kerr came in from Win hester Saturday night huppy There was some now sorghum molasses made hero last week ylastMiss Era Warren visited near Forgo Hill several days last week daughterlidMisses Laura mind Bessie Work mon wore out Sunday with t bettbest follows David Stolen who line been very j poorly with bladder trouble is nfl roving fast John Edgar JohinsJ sold 2Qfrar rels liinneyJohn Staton attended th6auhnmes Riddles Ins n laportsElderDpwney preached tohsraiH audience last Sunday at 11 oclock untillatepicnneseoan article he had ordered failing to I1Slhsc virialanhhdver Lillie Sorrel daughter of Robert Sorrell has typhol crc SrR hfherelast ditr boyshad w partial met again Sunday two oil em had a fistandskulf light I Iwm Bailey returned last t from below lieclo oterogays drinking water is yory scarce there so scarce that thoJun ze to iosue it by the spoonful Mi Bailey Is going to leave us soon ville join bib who and familv rii t LA 50S i j t J c f 1 3ti ZfClools AtBuddie Johnson left lust week for Michigan lo work Miss Ethel Barncsjg visiting atived in Mt Sterling IryW WNixon of Salt Lick was hero Friday on business Miss Clemuiio Grove of Lexing n visited relatives here last we vuuAshmtnnExvinglnn several days lost voek Peed it Lalhram shipped a loud of cattle to Cincinnati Sat dny Mrs Boll Cole of Muysville vis ntitcil tho family of G R Armstrong st week Misye Rosa Pcrgrnm and Clara Hoveruialo were in Owingsvillo aturdaydaMrs Martha Bolts visited rela lives at White Sulphur several days lust week ruFcarload of hogs and cattle to Cin cinnuti Saturday Charley Reed and wife 5vis lieu relatives in Montgomery cue iul Saturday nnd Sunday Miss Anna Shultz of Pond Lick llcadnyforTom Suttcrfield son and littlo M 1myrciutivcs here Saturday and tinR tiny G It Armstrong and funnily ove to Mt Sterling this week bankIsOIJmpla Dave Swarts Wits taken very ill last week but is better now toJjBob Overby has moved to home lately vacated by Mrs N iii Fitch Mrs Kate Costig n visited her ftuTTer at Shnrpsburg Friday und 10S aturdayttedFrunk Beagle returned home Sat stuysi Irgln tTltos Hart J Ie Jackson tot street tiny + Burl Jackson Stone ShuItzJohn Thompson and Walter Jackson left to1iiuredaywork until DecemberJJohn Anderson of Simpson wag hero several laH lust week culling on friends He started Friday to mnko his home in Tcnncssee There will be n box supper SGtl1tlI y nUiit OJt 3ci given the bJ1tfit of the Eclio T Every ou 19 initeiin coiue anhthl IndiQ to bring a hOJJ Mrr and Mrs Vi ltir fltc1ieir Winchester chine 3st tk pet tu t liecgI y Iu PA teplog ns 8iM ti us It OIJSPSSI if their hnnuytfTiielrhasbtrtfn occupied by FraBeztgleSSir uyd Sirs D R Bishop were ffr hie jiiuad of Or VuiiAntwerpjnt MrItrWrI tfl the nmt tVlnin1 nn S9 liSiSi th 1 f tn Hhwill Vrord has been recelwU from furnlcobeIhlua elnedilowir anil he will return ry soon He will ba most t v welcomed by his ciany red leldJaokuniMr mind Mrs Wallace AlumSm StoopscTobaccohousing hits closed Mrs Julia H Taulbeo coptinues to improveS L E Gngors of Mt Sterling iwas hen Monday Several of our farmers have me need cutting corn fSameward and repent forever Richard Watts who has Leeflt very ill in rewovoringslowly gtJfrediulooroing relatives on Prickly Ash The Flat Creek and Stoopsfams will play here j thfahioryLawrence Fassett and family arc visiting relatives in Leo county lijigvisitedibmySolul1Llslukwlth tire grand jury it week Robert Goodan of Buffalo Ht visited relatives hero from Sn turb duy until Tuesday n John W Thompson lion rented th shkeFlat Creek nltStoop ball clubs played bull at Flat Creek Sunday thoreI11rsr FadTorn andMisa Bert t Wren ofor oes Run visited their parents dee ro and attended the street fated r bio Probably the most pleasant iv sangjq MabolA Lifflri and Mr Ed ru idardbiyItsjjheront she try her luck in some her State James L Gregory of this plncc The l Miss Lucy Bayliss of North the ddletinndoped to JefTersonjT Ind Friday and were mapf 5tIjtic rB r tX i s ttI tIofA o r r tIJ A efriends this time and sprung a siir prise Jim is ono of our prosper- s1U young farmers anti ISt a son of George Gregory deceased We are ronot acquainted with tire bride but learn that she ia a highly accom phshed young lady and will make him a good helpmate A long and huppy life is the wish of IUJIIYJI ekMud Lick Elder Wesley Bluvins is very low wi th typhoid fever tersllIIr 6Weshower of rain Sunday morning- Cutting corn uml making sorgh j inolusres anjtfthe order of they Simpson ICarrick wifo and sis ter of near Frcnchburg ere visit g his fattier Hugh Karrick near ro Mrs Richurd Williams of near Mt Sterling visited her daughters Mrs Lizzie Dnrrell and Mrs Saw Wills at this place from Friday until Sunday v Alfred Wills anil wirer Ed Car rington and tnmily Samuel Wills und family Note Richardson and family Wade Richardson nnd Cam tekurmichardsonwas servedTCTbey had lots of n 11USIC Jy Slato Valley A Mrs Wilson of Carlisle vanM the of Mrs Dick ion ti shreksMrm 0forday raiuliSnten was Monday morning for ovorconts dttJaughter 3lrss EuhiIi711rier tended tire street fair W Mt SI ling Vcdneedny uf lastkabMisses Annie end lenin Cofl inn visited their aunt Mrs James Ferrytouri1rfl Geor e Garner E liulihiaed friends near Spring Hill Fleni rll one lust week 18Mrsoner and baby of Forge IISIlMrs Cynthic Toy of Pint Creek i rsa T S BhomasButler Toy Tuesday of lust wc kst InlerellingfurJones lit Christs church nt Wbitv Oik Tinre b n great deal of inernt rtt iiinl tire soui ie pikfll t otIiiinif think Micro vn j 11Ii v iiHifisiiiti to lruJII11ilit Tho tj2hlttctIivKriiirty ni litj nu on Saliiritaj nightanil 5 unilHy Elder Dnwtioti will fill the pitljiU Its hoped much goodwill tip accomplished Sth l IpyUckynhimit six years ngi cam to t part und shout tire ycnrs heniurried Sis all ndti Ituul mIPfrLtmgetiimr P wlufnlie sold out to go JJI1i ut in n few dity rilgihil hJrne1ji lie rrIduG raysoii rmiiTun lit1lhew n home there Im wife his money was in f rtvWhen he oyerHtaytd his tmo gut to looking around und found he html taken everything nelthe had not left tier n cent He had sold everything they had amount ing to two or three hundred doll a dircumstances Savoyards Letter Louisville PqstJ Washington Sept 20Feyears ago Richard T Jacmb innwas Jme 1 Jacob in his day time mst e ont private citizen of tho State the Girard the Longworlh of K n merchant prince and of the of anreatpforniaarried a daughter of Thomas H enton the man tha trans M cl1uisinipp1e fifties Jacob was in Missouri tit later returned to w JoasLlSi6Iuturechosen in 1859 He had always been a Democrat and a e was a Breckinridgo DemocatI ut ho was a strong Union muntIt waa a bitter cup thatKentucky hodalwnyshelchild of the Union She was lmoth ThehhtWhatever was Kentuckian was jiiswolittle butter than anything Inceia American Henry Clay was J t aVI ade moro splendid than otherth merican citizen and when herliedPd thorff was John C Breokinridge toon take his place Tho bluegrass waswi e garden spot of the hemisphere o have a plantation in thin Miss 18 delta and a farm in Hourbonot yette Scott or Wood Cord county nut was to bo more thnn n British lord German prince or Spanish granis Tire man could not bo igno P01 That environment would Javeat made a gentleman of the worst coJoir that harried the semis with DoIInl andotol of Lexington but he was dou the idol of New Orleans and me1 South loved Breckinridge as He e did not o her man Siiu And so it canto to Kentucky to Jac choose between the Union and the ho South rind she was tire pet of both for President of the Union and tho President of the Confederacy deli ro both Kentuckian Tenyonra before Kentucky hind voted clown and e open clause bynn immenii j i 4rS JI 35S kO t j r pi o J f0 Ktiy9s ritTrots r LEXf N GTO N TAKES tff m Aff PURSES r 9 I October th to 17ilu 20000 Futurity 5000 Mc1ve1L r6000 Transylvania 3000 Tennesseei 3000 Walnut Hall Cup 45 OTHER GRAND RACESIThe Grealsst Prograrama Ever OffirM Half Rates on all RailroadsS R C ESTIL Presldnt E W SHANKLIN Secretary i1jorit Time South was lien mar Hud she laid hands on John icoBrowi the chances nro ho would suppressedCash wanted to do nil the fighting in azico She was intensely South ern and thoroughly proBlaverybut e loved the Union that she had Hlustriouilkato choose between the Union d the SouthSPresident Lincoln was a cousum mate politician Ho know the Un ion would not be worth saving tin leas there wasotrreUn1onecntimi mt nt the South to which the restored TbotitlJw so lOUSerVR byeron ominated his political party mad wero to oppose him again in 1864 Perhaps no man did more to h oldm Kentucky in the union column thnn Thomas E Bramlettc Ue was agreatlnwyer and an upright judge e was also a grand orator nnd pGreen61 made that region solidly for e Union He was ably secondei1 by Frank Wollort Aaron Ilmirdi lag nd the Van Winkles Joshua F ell was even a greater orator than nnd he too went on thr ump for the Union cause nnd 1m appeals hud a powerful effect John J t1CrittemuchenCharles A WicUiffis nn old IerUtmi were on the stump Corthr- 1Uir John 11 U run ups nn H pIhuutyIemi Rpkmihl young men of UK v ii idf ihfSlntv lohr Yet Brown was another Union tiinnhni it wnB one of the vicNfittiilpa n politics that a speech be tlinde fin 5siSuarty ns excuse to deny him n o lCiinirl Ur which he wu cho on to cHlrshle m the grounv piererlljilluatrnte the strong Uniui IltI Jh IStQpn 9r1i KiHjJio cfud Ho hind liecaaWhij loiigrcesmtin from the Tliiid dis iiet and had voted for the Vii lit ioviso That was pohitiiim1 urtm Finiucky and itiett Grid r ti list looked like political oblivion cllla i1 most popular man in the Tim hrC elyr8en ous mnjorityi John H Ilafnej tllendingstrongUnion men So was Jar a1 Guthrie the most eminent states Wudiworthy airseeL hcarlIntcJ11olBnwore men Os JettlrIeda tremendous effect to promote nion sentiment Richard T Jacob voted for the w Union in the Legislature and it is aimed that his vote was decisive to yolldhn J Crittenden did it The day before the big footrace at Bull AJlUblllll in Congress declaring that It e war was rot the Union and for nothing else that slavery should not be touched and no State should lose nny of tho dignity or any of e rights it had before tha at day that manifesto hindwino bu re chance in Congress than the isl wess cat down yonder and it mi put to sleep The day after e footrace from Bull Run it pass with hut two opposiag votes had e of them that fellow Potter e proposed to fight with butcher knives a raiuj he was powerful in enough physically to tie and the er I believe wan Henry Clluof cat t of the Gibraltar tin Kentucky a Southern man That what saved Kentucky The by in nisy of the Republican party the iled itself of the patriotism of Init was done thoroughly and The completely done the Jacob recruited a Union rogi Jor ocrmthelped Wolford nnd Hobson and force ISckciltord andoband Volford went on time stump not McClellon and made a series f a most remarkable beB ever and thoveredinfamous Burbridgo arrested ritstha intention was to execute Volfbrd Vhen that foiled itwc Is Tx y 4 JID49 intended to assassinate him He was imprisoned and Jacob was sent to StheAnd that recalls that there is a secret history of tine administrationS of Gov Brnmblctto its dealings with the Federal administration and its strife with Burbridge that would make ono of the most curl ous and one of the most thrilling chapters of the war Somebody ought to get Vie let ters of Brambletto and T TpIford and Jacob of that period j d print them SxsoTAiwS SSavoyarcisLoutsvlire iostJ jjt Washington Sept 22iIf timer was any doubt that Simon Bolivar Buckner is the most illustrious cit izen of Kentucky that doubt was entirely put away when the people read that grand speech the old hero nde at Munfordville at tire open ing of Curl Belknupa campaign Gen Buckner believes something Ho has faith in sometliii g Ills no pleasure to men like him to oppose arty tickets and dissent frowpnr platforms In politics they are subject to conscienve and in gay erhmciit they are subjcctto the ma jority They know the wage of independence that it id slander idam Vituperation Thy will iru jtultify themselves fqr care or for tpplnupo or for ofllce The ignor mt misuntierstnnd them The vie 05 denounce them Knaves bock te them They care not u rnp fur tj ttcl for ttese They up men f1mnitiuie PImd1W11Lflt fohlw a cmlltiezml perrti irJgflcoure any ero than they vvjjuhlifgllijw un in jividuil ih a iiuinmIiNujreurse They 4voiilil no mi il tetinti otli i tsItn wtleetiomn anbl intja hunk t tiil Ilt sieuhilno v 1ftiihtiirasjiulU 1itk hiu pocket of OiYfy10 had earned row lot mi- r the Dw i gIttftg1iU1nuttiiueizzn 5 i ytiutviKiincI Jiiitlon n mighty TfirilaiJn U iv rU When theFo n mntrotud ye nail aaJorui inu mnjirk that were not stolen ad you nro tort going to have nay I untlfyr fr t peak Democracy enough and apt Dem7cracy enough to woo hmer- enlt hack to the party The lirst thing in order U to hold an honest eetipn thiftjoar in Kentucky if flU havent forgot how Make the uttempt anyhow just for the nov ally of it It is better to be beaten an to deserve to be beaten and io latitudiniirian Democracy of Kentucky ia in great danger of both It does no good to say that Gen Buckner and men who believe he does are traitors and Benedict A rtju7d and Judus Iscarints They pi ty no more attention to that thnn the howl of ii dog Mongrel ppy whelp and hound arii curs of low degree have barkrH faifuc raen as Simon BolivarBucknrir er since mankind waseepara ed in to gentlemen and knaven Iwillbe so long after Buckner ehoKJinvQ be en gathered In iris kjie his examplg shall beckon generations yet to be to duty endShonor The young Governor made a speech tonseveralof them In one he said Goebel was elected in 1899 I wonder if he believes it nd lie said time courts so decided takes n mighty ignorant mun to believe thnt statement Tim u itrtt would not touch the mess of fraui with a pair of tongs All the coura said was that if the Legislature clioeo to steal the election it was siness that concerned the Legis Theydelate washed their hands of the thing and necessarily fo for they not adequate jurisdiction to decide that the truth that all the world knew to be the truth And order to steal the election the Legislature ate a chunk of stultifi Theyewcounty as it was declared to be cast the State election and preserved vote of Jefferson county as the declaretn beginning and the ending o fraud was that Republican ma ities were null and void numb atic majorities remained 31 arid effect And tlitfy Democracy to do tliirfcs lik that every Democrat wli indorse the infamy is a hhuirnc traitor Time men who are Ifara traitors are they who pulled Democratic party down Jrobj high estate and made a liar a t rulDan and a thief ofit CoTXtflf O 1jlIii f