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I s 2 ii r r- Ti2c t4 t Iz I V rj L j r f r J T1IS 4 J VOL XXV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY 7YIURSDAY OCTOBER 8 1903 NO 13 When you have u now item or wish to communi cato with THE OUTLOOK pffioob7 phono ring uv 5J 1tI1 i dFreeb oysters at Nixons restaur ant st mcets next Tues4 liF ayIJ Brother APattorson havo an iron aretor ales A of 1 If the drouth isnt broken it ia ort considerably strained 3 4 Next Monday will be County tives Coifrt day A big crowd is expect ed More people than uiuaUattonded hejra Circuit Court Monday nnd Tues Botts day Baglaed oil has advanced two UrfEI8S Ji cents per barrel now selling at tixtf four r A H Dawson was olecwd school take Htruitea for the OwingsvilleNdistrict in r SaurdayIRobert Catlett fold to Joshua ling Owing sixty 1200lb twoyoarold 1c steers at 4c downt The bIg bell for the Courthouse toworariIedSaturday Itis abig- ii fellow and lisa n sweet tone u Just received a carload of Bird 4sellwagons everyone guaranteed el to sell BtnoN Buos tar- P X am Lathrnm sold to T S Rob ineia and P R Stone eleven ZJerteon mules for 5 Oft1 re + Orient WaverUy Frank father Ha pen heaters at E L A T BtRONfl Showers of rain fell Thursday in fnd Thursday night making some t itoek water in flat rock creeks The Slate Valley baseball club thereq defeated the Salt Lick club here Si q Saturday afternoon by 15 to On44 See our line of heating stoves be sf1iuIng We will ive nu to BROSCfti1 jBHortcrop ca BYRON 1 LOST Black and white femalo nI rk ttrdog Reward for Information e of her I B P THOMPSON lIttln Emate Oak Radiant Homo Irs ton e4 Coles AirTight Heaters nansI BTKOSS hARDWARE j bA Wr Basrora was elected school trusts in the 8e district Satur hl earfi his honor modestly i r7 3J v 2 E lt Jt rSw v iiL 01v H ii hnyonutJ HOTIC d P f f yhors7b Sflal1rflit attached before account can be 3D MUhd DR Gu W COKKEU has i a beaters bothAll the iiptodte wood and COd on ready for T- iIIpectlenprjccllho Ire the Bsns Lee Williamson of near Prestoni ehots hwkl1Ioa urini thereetor SOUiRChftsUpto o ers I inxalto wnt it to Slwrmatf the Geodp ter Tuesday by t I S of LouisCoU Bennett H Young vjlle We a sopech at the Court bouseM afternoon and III mid to b verrlgnedtb Repub b k Ucfti part very severely p r jft Are ftdquarters for stoves atoTdboards and Stove pipe tongs ors dhOvel8 pokera largest line IotprleeCIS B b 1 X Born in Montetuma Ga O- cthttolrnd tAc Mrs W Lacy Bojd Boyd Jr Mre- Boydlaeon 4 ofMand I Jaww BaftowrWc ida J4 SOHE FALL GRASS The is H1rowl gup and will afrordsomeb be eenly tender greening that will f1ttelIabed by knclt which has been rnnsut hay for many weeks t H vinjlons d ated bt ilHItbE H Brother 1 v v kereycTeqHesttht all knowing NtkeaielTeI tae will 1nnd1 sadjettle thelraceOUnt t1once 1i w RAT PATTEBSOK YiiiAs successois to Os tePsIierwe are to do 1 tine of blacksmlth fi sad carriage repair work having Baiths and painters t I GurpatloRgeJsso1lclted ESTILL I A TOL iBii r7Qi acres landln l aglawl oil fteld good house and orchird free use 0 f J J frL barn good1 it 08U8 purpose two 1j4g1ftl i 1df Royaltyon oil f4 I wells on farm included IngasJ r f MoKINNEY it Iite BERT t J 4 y lIoi fj U tA nLXTtEKsLettersfor J4l sV tk1ebwWg rema oed uncalled for- poetofficeI Ie Oeh 1 i J1 iifttt MirIOhflrd50n1MrJ sad Mrs P1iIIBIenMissKIssIe c ruRner Garrel Botti William 2 r 14 tt J Coilins J MeGob4paster F DaW ri l oaM1earhyUardinRacheaI i 7 1 IriMk1ueae l MISS r 1 AlIrrLibe Mr EIza ab1P1 S Yerss caIImg rttIVC i a8EIsayertl6tdl trvi o1t t b J alfJ41 r4II ziry J d r r r J 1 JJ lItI J 1 js 0 f t 8d fL JI ft hr 1 t j I r tnu 4JoJ or t tf f 1 ff10 6i 9P i rf J1 t 1 fftF 1 s OOti I j i r r PERSONAL ohn T Kimbrough was In Louls last weeK SharpFoburgislted Mrs Laura Baker and Mrs Turner Myers of Farmers were in town Friday Goodan of Buffalo Ill af a visit to relatives returned homo Wednesday J Gatewood and Jack Owings Mr Sterling were guests of Rob Catlett Sunday Mrs Louisa Teraploman of Wyoming spent Homo days rein the past week Mrs Walter Harper and Miss Nancy Crooks of Mt Sterling aro visiting relatives Mrs A N Crooks and Miss Ellen went to Sharpsburg Wednesday to spend some da s Louise Dougherty returned from a long to her posit mother at Bristol Tenti Colemai Elliott left Saturday to i position with James McKeq and the in Ohleagoptr Mrs Joseph Mo Allstor of MtStor i visited her daughter Mrs CW it is Goodpaster some days last week Peter Ourslor was hero Monday greeting his friends He has boon near Louisville for some monthscdEd Myers joined hla wifo at Mrs L8ollThursdaMrs Jampfl M Heflln and daugh Miss Llllte of Tilton spent from Wednesday till Friday for son E W Heflin It trs Win Kilpotrick and two chit of Mt Sterling spent from Tlinrsday till Saturday her W II Daugherty CW Nesbitt of Mt Sterling IngbooCircuit Court up to Tuesday We Rev R A Valton camo In Satur news vislOmhato Passadena and other points California rcgChltRFchioOarner and family loft Monday iiiakn their home nt Tippncnnoe Ohio They ore Rood peopleE the best wishes of fioof Mr and Mn James Zimmermanbdaughter JnIlRII i Zlmmprmnn of Hilhsboro Mr and Melvin Zimmerman of Lexlng in wore punstfl of R L ZImmer China family SundaypRobert Stewart of Royioll vllle vturnnd Sunday from the 1 lIle of daughter Mrs A M icy atMr tTaiichnBtorTenn Mrs Stotvim named mtiiiivi Ho rtpurts rs better of l fOr Illness fMrn GPO Conner tooklipr little t8trUn W dnAR t t iii1i rIi 1 0i tIsh to Ptiy to their trade that oJadded a complete line of rail goods to their stociclNEW LIVERY STABLETJ jos bought a lot of J NesMtt O across the street from the rearlf inS Shrouta warehouse it partftf cattle and will build a lIverjslableonitou BooonT SmurESamuel Est III Wyoming bought at the Reedy sale Wednesday of last week livery stable buildingoccupied hag T J Jones paying sight bun as dred dollars for the building and unexpired lease of the lot its LIGHT CORK CRoP Corncutting ingoing on very slowly as the stalks are still sappy Some see tions report a fair crop while oth have made a failure The average over the county will not ex five barrels pet acre and it is that it will reach that bo RED IbrTnE OUTLOOK ofllce been the Mecca ofa regular of pilgrims since Saturday morning to see Sam Jacksons cap at ture ared bat Nothing in the ou in rlosity line fpr a long time aroused such interest and oven enthusiasm Those who havent seen it are missing an opportunity that never occur again This specimen belongs to a species of bat that has been known to inflict serious injury on human beings It is kept in a box having air holes the lid must cautiously lifted to get a view of the bat CIBODIT COUBT Tho October term of Circuit Court began Monday with Judge Cooper presiding and Wm Young representing the Commonwealth The following compose the grand Jury John Corbln foremunLutb er Dlckorson Chas rStone Henry Arrasmitb Wm Hart John Dlcken Henry Johnson J P Cbl liver John M Coyle M C Gud gel John Bashrord JF Tread way The petit jury panel is composed of Gop Bennett A B Robertson I RD Duff J W Grain Crockett Dick BatliffSllasCorbin Vm Marjley Samuel Lathram A WJones John Boyd R M Clark W P Ginter Omar Ratliff John D Arnold J B McKinnovan Am broso Shrout Y T Donahue R L Stone John Webb Jeff Da wson W B Gudgell Murk Donaldson upWm Knox There are nothing but minor CHSe being tried The Pergram meteorite caeyiIi likely be con tinued 5T r i- u r Y f1 L i t itir i 1 I 6 i I car save you from fifty to one hundred per cent FOR CASH on your millinery Call and see my stockI Mrs D S EstilL NEW BANK The Hill boro Do Bank will open its drors for ton business Wednesday Oct 14 Its considered to boone of the nicest this most uptodate banks in this of the State A large crowds oxpeotcd on the opening day and already an assured success GRABS FhcjWednesday a over an extensive area the southwestern portion des royjng jLuckilyelse thero would have been for illbcrytook hard fighting td check the thl progress of the firoanCOKKESrONDENTS WlMTED THE ench OUTLOOK would liko to have a corthl respondent in each of tho follow neighborhood Sherburne Creek Wyoming and Farmers want writers who will send real tho and not mere neighborhood which is not of interest toer of our reader8 Some our they respondents are too uncertain in to tending in items so wetI1 thorn unless do bet lorHUOG8The exhibitor Itogs- t in the race track by John Richards 208 West Vino avenue as has the 101bineKnnx county All tho Poland to hogs of Mr Richards arc- hiisety related tn Chief Perfection the TIIndRichards hiss some fortyodd tohnve tohilcnn Journal ajiM r i uahJet lLcmind theit orc i xf theSWWv sttle Ir 1reCrfiCiJs Kuklux crrgfllP ArasTlfey had Tprerff sassy and itWIB deter The htiried to give him a tcnre A fel w provided himself with a water tight canvas bag which In strapped himself so ho could open the mouth near his throat and dressed a white sheet he wont to the darkeys front door and called him in a graveyard voice saying ho a bucket of water The darkey brought the water The ghostlylooking object turned the bucket up and emptied it into the giving n grunt of satisfaction he set the buoket down and say inglAb but that tastes good the first drink Ive had since I was killed at the battle of Bhilob With a Lord Amighty and a of fright the darkey fled through the brick door into the outer darkness tt CITIZENS U ION EVANGELISTIC MOVEMENT An organization has been puton foot to establish a joint stock company whose object shall as indicated by the following I the undersigned do hereby subscribe for shares of stock par value at one dollar per share an organization whose objeot shall be the support conduct and management of a Citizens Union evangelistic movement for Bath county Kentucky Said stock shall be payable at the call oftbe treasurer of said organization when dulyelected at the first regular stockholdorsmeeting Name P 0 addrose This movement is something entirely new inthe history of this part of Kentucky The primary object is to enlist all forces in the countyof whatever creed or per sqasinn in n permanent and long continued effort for the puriflcn tion and elevation of tIm ralat bcondition of our county The epa ciflo plan proposes a utilization of every preacher congregation and Christian worker within tho bor dora of the county When this or ganization numbers among itt stockholders threetourths of the best citizens of our county dt will be a factor that will comtnaLro nnsspectl1ndwith which the tors fol durkness will have to This organization has its own corps of officers and board of di rectors who ardrofrifca own sTele- ctIbn each share of ingi vote The first worX organization vfV men I of throughout t i ary home pn 11 i J utilized f i1rI f l r t t i p rtlllt IIua MILES MonDta rPoraeroy Menifoo Co Ky Oct 3- d1303Mr Editor If you think is any interest to your readers pleaee print it In regard to tho Orrio Miles murder thero have henna great maiy things misrepresented This murder happened on the of Glady Creek in Men county Ky at the house of Dcnniston The writer was at the time it occurred Keen Brown Orcie Miles nod Ernest HaUey all camo to the house of Mr Brown to get sonic plo which the writer had mode him They left the house of Bello Snley thutis Koon and Ernest Ualsey l said wore going squirrel hunting took a double barreled shotgun with them They hunted so say till they got near James Dcnnlstonn and they agreed so Halsey says to go on up to3lr Dennistons Brown wanted to get pictures which the writer had made for him They passed anoth hou co before thuy got there and saw u mutt sitting on th porch He got upund followed In- Orrio on to Dennistons This was MileRa well known driiectiru came to Mr Dennistoni and Qrrie Miles sat down on the stilesh front or the house the o Brown and Ilalady stanUiog in tillyard infront of him I pie WAS fixing to go work boJm hiq boys Mr lJI 101 went the burn to grual uortv corn knives and ho hollowed Tor 1 of boys to tiring him SOIL ctor boy and Kriiost ilaiacy antt Miles wont up to thu born Orrie Mlloa called Mr Dcmiston go out behind the burn o sio and summoned bitif to ttp put the hdiidculFa lnBtcuho arrested him and tolrl linn Itl 4 o do B tIling till Jietbolt htu rtHoTTtWput eJitndoulTs on hra Miles cnruevtt 0 1e dv house ahd IJU IT JiiIUI after rtll 1 fI roor4 lljl8Wept fo 7 r4om1Jit4 In y whetstone bji thdr0boar this time Miles haVSnutlo for Brown t come inUi Brown was looking ir some poof his on thebed own hadx gun in his hand all tbi time soTB followed the officer oil the do with the gun pcked The iJftio wont down to the corner of tho flit ting room which they camo out of Mr Dennuton came out f the door yardjThewanted to servo a writ which had Against him Brown i ko him if he was the Sheriff n sid ItNOi but 1 have the right to ser the papers on you j thiithowe In otUcer Brown said If yotro no sheriff get and ordered him prettyposltlvelylo go 0Ml1eslid If I hue to go 1 nIone step forward Br shot him with tho gun then reloaded his gun on tho stiles went down Gladyand that is the last that has boen seen of him Mr Denriiston and Ualser es od and put in jail until todaywhen they had their trial and camo clear Mr Denniston and Halsey were accused of assisting in tho murder but it was proven to bo not so Mr Denniston was chosen by the oflicer to put the handcuffs on Brown and came down from the stable to per form his duty The writer was the closest man to Brown when the murder toakplaceIt was a cow ardly murder Brown in an out law has been accused of making and selling whisky Mr Dennis ton is a nice clever farmer living on the heatlwatoBS bfGlady Creek The writer was flrp aUQsaw all that happened diere was nobody in fault biitBrnv Mr Denniston never drcutrldol a man murdered hiq house ISrown is the guilty mar ad else and nedi puniiBJgtQthe full extent of the law ELBEBT PJAwsoN it OuA f 6s l J mostJ ls ft i1 Cfttg b ir J IIj i t 1 1 r t f f RACKETSTORE We have a nice line of Fall and Winter goods and at prices that will please your pocketbook Call and see the bargains we can give you One price to all and that always the lowest Blankets pr 175 150 100 49c Gloves Ladies Golf pr 35 25o Ladies Mittens pr 15 lOc Mens Gloves pr 90 50 40 20e 100 White head Toilet Pins 60 8 Darning Needles 4c Face Block yd 15- cLdsnreRs Skts 43225l4898c Ladies Night Robes 115 60 49c Mens and Boys Sweaters 454025c Husking Pegs 15 8 3o Fork35c Implements GASH PAID FOR EGGS EWHEFLIN Owingsville Kentucky 1DD DOZE 1 VVA TEDWill pay highest CASH price Get our prices be fore youWe line Groceries in town and are in shape to give you the best prices BROTHER PATTERSON Owinssville HAD ASSIGNED No ONEMjes- Clara per Barton the founder of Jhe American Rail Cross narrated reo out cently at Atlantic City an episode is which she shared during a visit IIIPaMiss Barton went all through the sic and wellkept asylum and nothing ext ordinary happened but she was dparting Then two oonvermni earnestly together oamc nvvr the lawn toward horTbe the first lifting his hat politely said h Madam I am the angel Gabriel and I have been sent here by our Lord to inquire into the state of been your spiritual health Before Miss Barton could reply tim upPay he uate said to title person I am God Father and I assure you that I ned nn one to such an err ndan Detroit News Tribune KSEV SOME FOOL WOCLU ASK dellgbt4IL 0 i SiCuU i l ne89 rg d f Q 1 X i t aPiJ u r IJIs k Mail and Excess HIS POLAR StrrrlfK TnBour looker T Washington who persuaded Andrew CaVnejgie to givo 600000 to the ru e Institute was talking in Nwyorfcraboit Ms boyhood L TIJ 1 was born be said ju VCr gina near Halos rd A friend of mine was an ole colored mnpl named Soipio Sclhio liked to ar ass guot He likod to up soienti lo theories and puncture them provo thom with his logip to be wrong A new e1blomancnmoto our plantation onsday nrd in him Soipio at once became interested for this new man was sCion tific That evotibg at supper he informed us all Ihlt it had Just ttmn discovered iih t the sun re volveV around the 4irtb Iti dont do nqjicli thing eaid a Sol pig 1 sir Kt tell you It do sv i 1e n mati- i trC r proofthon o us yo op nd Ill tur t sideit v The pro Oefl new finn in a loud vui v pt i1ut the mlJ4ellrtn issun revolirts r that she e ts night f the west and rises in hc ux luing intbl east Now hON f uh1 she set In the WQp1d nee in the east un lea tt nil the way round and Ing the night nt need to go nround 16 She rises in the east 1 the west and then in i i when we canjt see her tack to tho east again 2 t j she come We cant see seWs dark thats all ork Tribune j IAMSFIBLD SIIILEDRlch x IsBeld is a stickler for pvory 4ntin the presentation of i5iyet now and then the un SN9CflS in such a way nls lift f romone who 10uioBt humorous ij final scene ofA Mansfield aa1 Ji J deud at lIuP G L t y Filo Silk Pkein 4c Shetland Flops lb The Mons Winter Suits C 450 3 275 Lantern Globes 5c Mens Duck Coats 89o 4Prong Putty Knives J58u Razor Hones lOc Night Locks lOc Loading sot 25c 22 Rifles 3 250 2 the of aamid the talking and the mu- Sic II The doctor in the play calls Stop the music The Baron dead and the curtain falls Ou one occasion Mansfield wasI a onenight stand in aIcountry town where the mu was atrocious At the supper scene Mansfield fell dead us usual the actor who was playing the- partrC the doctor cried out Stop the music It has killedI HaronIEven Mansfield smiled New York TimesINo marriage ceremony has over gone through without n bitchI of bride and groom Some men who take a postgrad course are In the long Tun- glat1to becowe lettercarrlert The claims to wisdom of owls J a multitude of men rest upon looks and nothing more- VALUAIiLEKNOWLEDOEThO late Harris Cohen tho only original Cohen f Baxter street New York i Mke to f rhow Lo one 5O with ISwu unnlng trip I 0land = r0frLeti use where tU I fl1paeUred This- lir b we Pv 31awake hie lack the nigbt I + b idOtittTJthey would tdy i nOise o know a deal I11u P tJDe tTiebtindcountry al Sol said ei5 tJU t iatI cnn stop tonightjanit N ov h I treated the jackass for a minute or two The result was that all night long ho was as silent asthie grave My friends in tim morning paid rao what was dueanil they examined the animal They found jgjtone tied to his tail fl They could not un derstand why this shouldJiave kept him trom braying so I had to ex tho reason to them A jack to bray has to have his tail elevated till it is level with his backbone As long as it hangs down ho can nrakono sound My heavy stono therefore served the purpose of a Grstclass ga- gENGRAVING 1 am now prepared to do any kind of Engraving having bought SlOO engraving machine Have uJ Kpjons knives napkin rings pearl waist sots watches etc all done in the latest style and at ran sonable pric- esSRSCOJI STUnGEJEW LER- OWINGSVILLE KY PUBLIC SALE SHORTHORN CflTTLE THURSDAY OCT 2903 1 in I will sell on the above date ntthoVare Stable Cyntbiann Ky about HEADQPHIGHHRKD PU SHORT HORN ConsisTing of WiidJSyes Waterloos Airdries DuohesalUrk Livingstons etc Thero will be the t cows heifers and youngbulls all in good shape Also 1903ht a 5 HEAD OF HORSES TrottlngBred and Suddlo Also some nice young sacks 2or 3 years old and jennota sate In fual Two Frazier road carts TermS cnsh orG months with 0 per cent interest Send for catalogue V JOSH B yVrOtT 3yuthfnnaKyJi A W IiYDIGKtA uct b r 44 I JIyfrJl f i t 1 2 f SADDLES HARNESS ryWhy buy n shoddy soc1lhJ handmade or muchlnemade rV Saddle or Harness when you can get strictly firstclass goods made right hero at home and mode out of the best pukturned loather and by men that only make firstclass work Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLE f Is the eusjbst and easiestriding and ipostdiirableuadt1Iende fttIf you try one set 6f our handmade buggy harness you will always use thorn I have the best line ofsaddh rygoodIn this part of thoStnte I am Yours for best saddles and harness EUGENE MIN HANj OwiNGSYitLEj Kfr SAM P ATCHISON DRUCCIST f FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGARS 5Cr BUY GREENSBAL SHD S r FOR HEN WOHEN and CHILDREN J ttMADE WITH ibestwearmgleather ForOscar ChandlerOwingsville J t K J c j rk r t 3 5 PrieesToSuitltees liirJR 650 lace curtains for 4 c j A 3608cri j g No 2 satin ribbon per yd 2c fl1 sc laces lor 40 225 extra size white tn l lothffor 145 6oc table covers for v i 45C I Joe dresser scarfs for Xi Floor oil cloth peryd zzc Iliens heavy shoes regular 125 8 sc u fine M er C 14 Kangaroo guaranteed iso 4kVici Pat Ie therregular 3 iaJS 9 adies Vici Kd hoesjlace reg 29X 1 4 jo 6oc r Mens linen cpatsand vest sitjIi suits fegular 4 for 8r i1fO= r QArLWA tL r njly except dundajr 4tJ Can t aiti carry DinIng cat sorvln fi W1T4aortu1LMELlIt3 JCTIVF JULI t TtUBOr TBAIN8AT PRISTiSa BTATIOM TEA8TBODNP NOSIO54atNo251549 1006 nNo2I wxsvnoU D On No56S41pm o as r tllnp m Bipresi Trains for Louisville Lexington Cincinnati Washington New Yorjt I 5 astern Cities 2Watcbesaccurate ond moderate Inj priceor the more expensive whichever you prefer 1847 Bogora Spoonsof CUT GLASS ant- iSterling Sl1verI CLOCKS 1r1tof all VarIetiesrtJiae Repairing BASCOM STURGELL JEWELER Owingsville Ky CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic condi tions in the euro of consumption is very much patruut tllld the rich puti toocnn- do bCtterat home by proper attention to food digestion and a ular use of German Syrup Free expectoration tho morning IB made certain by Syrup so Is n good nights rest and the absence of that weakening couah and d biluat lug night sweat RestlesH nlglits and the exlmustlon due to cDughlng the greatest danger and dread of tins onI suniptiyo din bo prevented or stop pod by takltiR German Syrup liber ally and regularly Should oube tibia to jo tot warmer clime you will Und that of the thousands of consumptives there tho feWr who nro benefited regain strength nre those wilt use German Syrup Trial bottles 25o regular size j rAJOHN T KIMUKOUGH SONS See our samples and get and we Will do yriirjpiyvot H 4 1 I OL ICROiY wIirek RtGnododin9i F O s f ivie ry Feed aleStablP- WINCSVILLE rKY Headquarters for horse mind mule buyers conupctlou with Preston Station I W S GUDGELIV ATTYATLAW Office with R Gudgell Ion Court St OWINGSVILUE KY iioooo GIVEN AWAYr THE LOUISVILLE COURIER 4 1JOURNAL 10 MAKE A CAL r DISTnl lION TO SUB fSCRI ERSj r In 1801 2 the CourierJournnl ii Louisville Ky inaugurated umU thucIconducted by newspaper This contest was based on the Presiden 1tint election of 1892 and 1440Qlc was distributed to Courier Journal readersS 11 In response to numerous requests the CourierJournal has decided Inaugurate another similar contest based an the total vote curt fur Hi candidates for Governor of Kenv J 1 lucky In thin election Jfovcmbrr 3 1903 Ten thousand dollars ill 1 gold silver or greenbacks will Ite Jgiven away to successful estima tore There will be single gifts of 3000 2000 1000 500 300 200 150 100 150 nntl39uncJ 1670 gifts fl3eachjri addition there will be gifts of 500 300 I and 200 for the best estimates re ceived before August 1 before September 1 and before October 1 r The object of tfiis prnlitehaThcliberality on the part of the Court Journal is to secure new subscri bersortbeDallynnd Weekly CourhrJoimrnul Every lers11 eubscribjrig for the Weeklyou riurJournnl one year sendingijne dollar with the subscription is iln titled to two guesses or8tlmutetI ltcEvery per n subscribing for the fJ Daily Courier Journal foe one month CO cVntd is entitled to one guess qne year 600 twlr guesses Uencwals eoUntthie lame Is new Suhscr1brP Write tf ti jourI Company Ufly foe ful particulars and blanks iv t l 4 l t 4 s l 1Iit CtiI ir 1c i 4 ttJ + 4 ii ffl WX t tf h N Wi V J Vt rq i f maJ frWINGSYILIf OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers I OWINGSVILLEi a KENTUCKY l 4 WAGS iJ cB rosesInAnd a falrhalrca waxen dolly that can close Its eyes and ulixp And another one Imported she Jan wind v UP and It speaks t r d a little darky baby that can eay i Mamma and creep brtutJIi Is no olrhalrcd waxen Imago that elm a I clone Its ryes or prukf Jt JtiBjt a DuVidfo In ft String cantCt or talk or slnjr a Bst Its nags wjicn sleep 6Ytics tff her that Is snuggled Knttet ner check I Not falihalrcd waxen lmi tAa vfri made beyond the Rhine Nor a woe machinemade Sambo tnVtf i can crvep across the floor Iakesthe baby heart to loving make t baby eyes 10 chine Ihe Inborn mother Instinct her hearts best love outpour Iaktlljust Hags the humble flags a love that halts nor tlas ceo soothe her flumbrrs only In Dreamland walk Hugs can understand a pressure of tier hand s Its just Rags who bend to listen and 1 looks knowing when she talks Its just Tings she snuggles to her when tho dos iipayln tails Its des AViiKs at loves her mummy 1 an Wag dos whro mummy tins a All the rest fn prim mnKnlllrence arc propped against the walls aAnd shes nttvcr even named thcni sin I 4 just cnllll them simply Those tItsJust Wagsoo lores 00 mummy tummySoo mummy puts oo on an oo- Hty plcslcs too And Its WARS oo mustnt ky Dood dlrls doesnt Wags nil my Wags now oo inns lop no kylu nr mvll 4 tall u big tmoWmi J M IewK In Houston Post 4 J1I Li Mystery of the I Bayou Woodss I u4 Ir WALKER KENNEDY L3II 4 i CQpltltb b itllteUO Nelprereo pJ4 cIl4ir1i It XIIICOSTISUtU I Antons testimony Wfl4 the sense ySn of the trial and it furnished fur 1r HiBny tlays to comic the innteriul fur J Instructive editorials in the press of the city The cotton mHfjnatrs nti1ceitit little foVjlisli when they S IbSI found that thry halt lieein spending1 a their money oh a detective instead l of a great capitalist but they soon iiIC 1z i admiration they felt for o man who could dofiuch clever work hs Fenttm had accomplished Some of the nfl i 1iers who had been unwittingly lend cl to a FIt1LIKETWPMEliON A DUEI TO TIlE DEATH j laff themselves to the concealment It a great lime very quirt fur n s vyhile and a timid moral lesson wn 11rlrawn from thn revelations concern ing bossUiH in politics peopleforgotv Franklin upon wJcU a deathly pal lor hail settled nut the keen ycs 4 3 were full lTt i j wns the supreme r siHornenVof hIlt life when the gaze of the court roonibein attracted tovird him he facet It vth diabolical fUf I 2 At1lJtistng of the procerdinjjs tbos dispassionate individuals who 5 t I expretclthewell established that Franklin was n IthndWright ivas innocent of his fathers numJwrj tlnCC5connectlnt Yrijht with thtcrime whl h hail not been explained 7J WaIL trne it had been shwn eryaZ cbncltirivcly that Franklin had ceired n ffignntlc scheme orrobbery ertJhands ijn a great fortnne hut vari t rlispriedlot fn IlieflItlit for the fact that Herbert i X or yVrijfht 1IIII pawned the evidences f of his ffiiilt the very day of his 11 a J fallIcrK lIltIrlIer 1Iuw uZTIe heb i f HIearUeletl UnlesM Ilccollhl Jiyi treasonable explanation of that the t fca jff ayalnst him wn Iiartfiy imjKiired 77 C 1ihy he llIctthat was a vl p taJ1 1 1 if Before concluding his evidence with t thpjitatcment of Herbert Wright Ir J Kvcrett introduced A gunsniith who 4 if tI j eElified that Jic sold Col Fankl in inrtIIIs pare the ball taken from Wrights ltJ1eYJ flirntatln The priKcu rnt the bar how tonic i Y sthe atanti athtd a dead silence He f 1 T al pale hut ilelfposseKsed He S apck CJ arlyon lto th point On the iiy tef ore hy father was killed called ntton him for lielp Jly i1fe ndchld Vvere Jn an nlmos Ii i stJifvlngr cojipitioji tutu JcnllltlJtntt pet rmployment It wis R hard z wrench tO Ill pride fo bejr romWm JSt bvij FdlU KOi nntlvrst rnnghyi ev piilieil The WJJ il I hlltl Ifcn III lint n td1 tIjt ittltiu1it c- nr gelcml hail ti tindi DI 4J iiil had nlwjlit4n teryirknt e 2 l1t j q extremity co I tp iii1J him and 1 ftolIdBBtJeJRui hR j- fJ MIMe gart I 1I11MIittIrwall back I was p r a AId deiiptrtu Ii eii il 1 wbuk wQrW1f aI I i 3I t 4 Ij it ISt a Y r 56 r I t j r 5 t 1 1 tr EJ j J Iffr iJ t i rxaHr I ia ff r J j a A bJ a o J 1f tT 10 t Itf1tryifitt h t 11 i t rleJf1tZ I ItJ t oJ t + 0 1 t= k 1 such a thins II n Iclndlj heart did not exist and that the bail and the ryfathersanythingI formed itself dimly in my mind thu I was an Isinacl and that henceforth my hand should tc lifted against every other man I Vns half delirious with hunger and cold The snow whipped me cruelly in the face as plowed along I was friendless and miserable and haunted by visions of n pale wife and n starving child ut my cheerless home So absorbed was I in these miser able rcllcctions that I did not see a figure approaching through the thick ening snowlljikcs and the darkened wnoils Kviilently the person did nut see tot cither until we suddenly con fronted nub other He was n large man in n heavy overcoat antI he was Illumed tip about the face so that it wrts impossible lo tdlwho he was I hdrf fill Rcnxalioii ofa man who tin expeifedl rifcets u wild animal in a jungle IuVf ftjKs of deep and intir derous miilignify were fixed iiiuti inc taIhe held as if hi intended lo make an attack liaxe ho duubt that Frank lilllIr it was hens even more hlartlcd at my appearance than I was nt his lu the light of siibse iientdis covcries I am satisfied llmt hnxing conimitteil the crime of murder he was trrihlr Ixdtcd to run thus mi evpiclndly iigainst thin son of the man whom he hiiil just killed ha ever his thoughts were it was III 3 impression at the time that the per NOD iMifnrr rue wanted lo kill me and fancied Hint he uns about to make Ihe assault for the light of inuuler still lingered in his face lie miisi have had a somewhat similar feel hog alxnit me for we silently faced each other like two men who hud agreed on n duel to the death I was not much troubled by the prospect of danger fur hnd lung since Iii the feeling of physical fear had a lieiIrscrntemind gave me strength and agility I lid not wait fur an attack hilt rushed at once upon him My dec ston hail been prompter than hits I irst NMytittusenseless at my feet Futul her blous were im necessary As he full soot thing dropjied from one of his over coat poekels I pleked it up and found it to lie a wnlch This put an idea into my head put it there strongly biirningly and when I dis covered who itnlt that I hall knocked down did not stop to de hate against the thought I had al wnys regarded Col Franklin ns an enemy of the family rather than a friend I haul been satisfied fur some time that he grew rich nIT my fathers unfortunate crime and that it was he who alive m fathers 0th bcscntmentthat I reasoned all this out at tht Ute time but I felt that I had felled ulienrmy and somehow I was entitled to the 11111i1sln plain Knglish de termlned to rob till man wiiom I had thus tanfiiished In one of lila over coat pockels I found a knife and the nflIIdentified as my lathers iNs vest pocket wns the wach whiih hnSherc been jdeiitificd as rranklins antlin his shtyt bse1I11WJIS the lliUtlllllll1 inli uiwhicharticles I quickly appropriated ft 115pairwhich he ore atlrauteil my atic flrrthin hilt thv re neei so liii tiI y in ns JirslsuIY burrierf fy15 SI prum1t1 y fl4inin the shIrtTtieeii that Iii Cri1tii1 durkspnttbemwhiich ward prlbel1iii lilOlill in OUC iimi of 1 pittolbntIJtiit nhllOit slllI itti r Jb Itil4JJrerhniJn iitihhir- e Lar lfttI Il tarhtiffii llh t ke Staving Kocilied jithc valuables tln his person aid satisfying nyself hr would soon rowe j pntown to pawn tlie articles I had IIStwined Thislalid n vrr stopping fo think of the daVger to myself after ward and then linstenpd homeward over the short pallj That evening lcIlhiotighthac ITs r with the buttons In them vilcli I ilid not pawn You will see Oiht Col Fmnklins initials are written onthe linen in India InkjWright toof from lila pocket a small paper which ho opened and dis Iii1aY1bthe jury to examine The prosecuting attorney examined iliim nt llshlellhlr length but could tint shake his tesilniony It was not to doubt the young mans evidence for it was cor roboraled by a niiniber of minor cir cnmstanccs and liestdesir was n complete explanntlon of Jthe mys tery Franklin boil ot right from behind hind Jlcrhblpn sort of mnnlerous fury W the bend wltli Ins stick and hall tb 111s robbed him in order to create the imprcssiontliat robberj was the mo tire for the crime then while litir rylng nwny from the scene of tho murder himself had been knocked in the head and robbed The tcstt LbeiiiOfl3Nayou Woods with Wriglit that he hIsI5cliiiWright hind secured the cuff buttons wlildi the murder had been commit ted was probably his nnd the ball fitted It- There was clearly no case against Herbert Vright and the prosecut Ilngnttornihimself moved that he rom and that the court i pder the arrest of James Franklin ojr the charge of murder lgaldbAnd so khen Herbert Wright left the court rbm with the congratula byJrnnk1lrisherifT taaTueplace a few veeljs later and he Inshfound gullly of murder In the fi nngdJertolllklltturn the judgment ofitie court and the governor wna appealed to lint Uothth prtIIIt 1tlrt and the chlctI tCUIcIDrnel to lnlerttrc nnJ ja- IIieohIP 0 Ihlwe 1nItIs ed In 1cttt- b iUI s the 4 e aa I4 r S riI y jr iT I ly sum which was entirely lifceptable toI the Wright family but wa xaevcr ac curately made public Of course the memory of the tiigis evnnts herein set forth left its trac upon all those connected Aith them tiin hie imEnroIeto t out the incidents of Shr 1ii ThstonlyIthey realize how great it hail been Amid peaceful scenes of the Oil World arid in quiet nootx iinadvcr- tised bj the indefatigable tourist they paused an eventful year nnd the re cord of an unhappy pllit became dim and unobtrusive Irving Wnrdc in the nicintiine re maincil in this country and waited hnpaItervnl of absence was briyhVened hy regular letters In which the won ders of thn Old World wero not the sole topic ni eon hlernlloll 1mt were indeed rntir overshadowed by the wonders of love which kept two ut hearts IIK warm as sumlner days It was from one point of view an unfruitful year for Ward though ite3d nxnde steady progress upuriril in his profession but he stifled as well as lie rould his selfish fceyings and whenever he grew dcsprcident lie tU1l1eIIlIt Miriams letters and dreamtnl time happy diyslli come And Miriam came hack racinnt with Itth miiiLwith bright eyes anil browned clear cheeks hilt unchanged ill heart so far as WnroV was ciinrert 4 and It u thislo name till day fur the niarrht1 and that bapprevent followed in course of time Fenton drifted away to one of I large cities hhlic work in the Wright case had won hiui fame Stir beyond Ills own itlI and he was recognized 4Us thawhere and so it was not long before was snapped up by a superintend Ofitand lit became a famous detective If anyone has stone euritisity on I liein subject anti will pass ulon Madison 3reetihun lawyers that suingnut at ortio e sidewalk he will lint nic that is il and dingy but still bearing tlietio int lettering stITUB END IN A SHABBY PARLOR II Wn nl Lovrly Hut IrhodSeciueO to tIC at Home Cheer fuR ant Sociable haereix in hiinicni and the chairs ivo r alpvreeiateher share but it wasnt really nee essary to have the committee tnt c byerewalling H year she would have Ii things freshened tip The paper was so faded there was no pattern left and you couldnt help seeing darns on the sofa cover a 1A there was a pile of books arranged covet a burned place in the tab le- iithmeti always do drop matches li a usndstuglra Wiim caught iokii f t course pretty rug should lint tU a eciolejiti iiil iuuiIiIeLm an- itlnft d rs earr a flute fsiteiti tr JesSieue f r L44Mait hilt TuiniDrat but the liteulhihi arc to flittOIUt II are too en e and Win n is one of Ks 4fljibaIl1- ICi uinui her Vr uhuinhici I dont even belicy eliple notIce It is n Thats rather fine c ried one of the listeners t litafully relates Youths Comj At least if the shabbinue iIs1 l caityond me tor bo unite oomforUbiell T when niy hi I renovating ami UV R shabby old things briutinse ford new oiies but beside iruiWinns way of taking it at he mists Ive cIthe second listener quietly and I noticed the fchaiblnrssbnt l thought the room charmIng Artists always inlmire the soft faded colors of hard worn peasant costumes you know and delight in painting them TImtheres a Irnrmumny and a i achter abou theta new clothes conk dameshabbiness was so clean so charae terisllc so homelynnd so full of wcl come thought it vrxively echoed thojflraUySfiikBr In amazement She refieeteoI nncl added with a laugh ii at Iire tend to agree I dldnt1hlnkTitl velv and I dont hut Hi dmit one fntnglt everybody seemed perfectly at Iii liii and cheerful anti sociable there ano we had the best meeting of the yt ar o perhaps its us well she invited us after all Rip Van WInja Slumbers plnednipIn a hotel winit he stayed says Short Stories was on Irishmen who acted as porter and general usslatc Judged by the Interest he took in house he might have been clerk lessee and proprietor rolled Into one At about six oclock in the morning Mr Jefferson was startled by a rio rnt tbmnDJDgnt lila door When he s truggled Bto consciousness and realized that he had left no word at he office to be called he was mii c gh anmorningjjearcd before tho clerk See here ho demanded hya was I called nt this unearthly hour t dont know sir answered the clerk Ill Mike ir itllllmonell Iii Trlbiann mdauid to him jMIke there was no call w t 3lIlIrvihe dark to one side thi foh wild In a whisper I4 i1I like a horse flLril tJ Jay he WUI F lIT1ll QI c 11 cn g1i j j a jii a k Ii 4 ORGANIZED MlllTIAI They Assemble at West Point thJcY1ey Number About 9000 antI WI Play Mimic War In Con ctlon With Several Regiments oi the Regular Army Camp Young Vest Point Ky Oct 2The organized militia of six states poured In on Camp Young by the thousands Thursday and by night the greater portion of the 9000 or more troops had arrived although only about half of them had established per manent camp by nightfall For tho regular troops already In camp the day was rather a quiet one The In fantry put In a hard but uneventful stretch of work at digging Intrench ments The cavalry brigade spent the morning polishing up for a brigades review which took place In the alto r noon Twelve hundred men from the 1st and 20th Infantries were set to work early in the day on a series of Intrenchments with a front of about 1700 feet The tlrao consumed and tho quality of the work were apprals ed by Gen Dates and the umpires Tho principal object In throwing up the works however was that they ght be Used for the Instruction of the officers of the state guard The review of the cavalry In the afternoon was attended by Gen Dates e umpires and nearly all tho visiting tllieRussian and British armies Thee troops on review consisting of two squadrons of the 7th a squadron of the and two troops each of tho 2d and 4th made a decided impression on e foreign attaches After they had passed In review tho 7th was reform ed in line and to the accompaniment music went through the first and second series of movements provided the Butts manual for sabres Camp Young West Point Ky Oct The lateness of the arrival of par ns of several of the militia rcgl ments caused considerable modifica n of Fridays program after the troops had taken the field Instead of spending the whole day In advance guard movements as IntcTTdcd at the arts It was decided to return after e Indiana battalions and the greater rt ol the Third brigade composed of Michigan troops has not been given a brief period of work the Indiana troops in extended order and the Michigan Infantry In close order trooparn specting Intrenchments thrown up by toe regular troops on Thursday Tho engineer officers In charge of the work d provided specimens of all tho light ea rthworks known to modern warfare rsTh commissary officers of the militia so had a period of instruction from o regular officers on Methods of administration In tho subsistence de officersiCONVENT BESIEGEDI Number of Monks and Civilians Were Arrested sParis Oct3The convent of m department of IliettVilai- ta irongly barricaded and defended v Pjsiegedted by gendarmp A r 4 A tr itosJen ePllllf vhf1ort j emtry a fC 1Pr9f RuJilff Tarn V Dead Berlin tProf RUlh Falb meteojrolr V is dead ProfJFalbs oiJfwere not reaUdeenth3 bEt has not been heard Ih of as prophet lf fjdSt Louis Oct 3 coour ththargeof tinnIer tharrington BontllstIJoAu tVati of BtJ drlionaas apoiat4 Rhahia paSha of flius aft vall of i1Li It Is feared that ojisi Dt otNazlmBIoJockel Martin SuvpfrfBed Lorulon rH Hkeets Mar tI thie ltcp Jockefr has been ce OctoberJ of IycikitCInPting to anti ci theHOiitirnltati LS n orlijij A Critically Ill G6nOrlandoSmltt ea Ohio Rallroa Co prior to the reo celverthlp Is crilcally ill at his home oc expectedtolive dli OrcaniztngMobiZt nt Jheorganize a lranclnclalbtt party In Ift rton several wellkm tho movement fe MineraVoteitcotrado oal mluers of thisr ug about 300at a nl to strike because of It operators to grant nd z20percenth t To Readjus t Ptttsburg Oct t i been posted In the l tt Homestead n ijJ be antarof r c deal pecItill f Pa f rtf 1 h rilfc f t s j L rJ= l THEPORTE WARNED loRussif fjnd AustrlaHungary Insist on the Reforms Vienna Oct iAs an outcome of e conference between the czar and peror Francis Joseph at Muerzstag the governments of Austria and Rus have sent the following Identical Illtel egram to the ambassadors of those countries In Constantinople The tolt grams were couched In the following termsYou were recently Instructed to de clare that Austria Hu gary anti Kus Bla adhere to the task of pacification which they have undertaken and are resolved to preserve the program drawn up at the beginning of the year notwithstanding the difficulties hit b onto opposed to Its execution For deed while on the one hand the rcvo lutlonary committees have provoked disturbances and deterred the Christian population of the vilayets from cooperating In the execution of the reforms on too other hand the rep resentatlvea of the sublime porte entrusted with their application have been generally wanting In the necca sary zeal and have not been Imbued with the Idea which inspired these measures Doth powers are united In the determination to show that It Is their firm resolve to Insist upon t execution In t iclr entirety of those reforms which was accepted by th porte and which arc calculated to guarantee general security In this connection you will receive detailed In si ructions without delay While the powers recognize to tho full extent the portes right and duty to suppress the disorders fostered bye insurrectionary agitation ofthe committee they at the same time deplore the fact that this suppression was accompanied by excesses and cruelties from which the peaceful Inhabitants suffered It there fo spregent duty to come to the assistance of the victims of these rcgrctablc oc currcnces and the abovementioned instructions will acquaint you with th details of the humanitarian action which they deem necessary with the object of supporting the Inhabitants who have been deprived of all mean of existence facilitating their repaid atlon arid restoring the villages churches and schools destroyed by fire The AustroHungarian and Russian governments entertain the firm hope that their continued endeavors to es ta1s a lasting peace in the sorely trie provinces will attain their object ami the are convinced that their Im par advice will bo heeded by all to vh tr Is addressed In their own Inter tK flrmand of his majesty my an gus uiaster I request you to com munlcate the foregoing to the Ottoman government after you have ar rived at an understanding with your Russian or Austrian jrqlleapue who has received Identical instructions THE PANAMA CANAL Immediate Steps Will Be Taken In Its Favor at Bogota anis Oct 5The Paris edition of New York Herald publishes a dla I itch from Bogota via Panama which rfays that no Immediate steps will ba Ihta ken In favor or the canal The OPp- onents of the treat7 are apparently p- lato eased to see the United States feign return to the Nicaraguan route resident Roosevejt sitlutleja4fier willVnlttates will eventually ac idlt r fJrt CT D a edll mdoij S rn ler o1y of Milwaukeew hOin forzJages4j incarcoAtlbn man asylum on the round of sanity and also for remit basbeen islssaiasylum Theverdlc ch lieeredTRIP IN A BALLOON- edThe Air Ship Traveled One Hundr Miles In Seven Hours Syracuse N Y Oct 5George T Tomllnson and W H Shackford of- aeuse who started from Dlngham Un for New York in a balloon landed at thuntye southwest whdn the men started and Instead of going toward New York ey drifted toward Utica The wind was stiff and the balloon covered the 100 rn15s ir seven hours Te Mexican Exhibits V J ijly Oct 5 Engineer Ai it i jicio chief of the Mexican to the Louisiana Purchase exposition hfl for St Louis where he will superintend the erection of tho various booths to bo occupied by the Mexican exhibits The Two Hundredth Anniversary Andover Mass Oct 5 Services In Cebrationtao birth of Jonathan Edwards ill gan at the Andover theological seml nary Sunday Public exercises will hQ held at the seminary Monday afternoon anti evening Slight Earthquake Shock St Lonir 5A slight shock of rtEtIasZj felt in Carondelet in the sout11 t of the city at 855 The seismic a turban Jtedallcut one minute and aUst larnyTtniong the citizens Death of Cmef Justice McCollum Montrosc Pa11hlef Justice Brewster McCoMa ne supreme urt of Pennsylv led at his ifter a sj of about t daYjwere paIn fak place on 1dent- igoveri Ht1 cJmo d J tr 5 yea f ourt while de a New York s t otS 1 r J i i r Z 7 J 5 I MJ I rKsaaisatwrnvKKX STATUE NEWS ITEMS 1 SUDDEN SUMMONS Elliott W Shanklin Dropped Dead In His Office Lexington Ky Oct IElliott W Shanklln secretary of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders association dropped dead suddenly in his office at 6 oclock Friday night He had been complaining of Indigestion during tho day Death was due to organic heart disease He carried 32000 Insurance He was 41 years old and was the son of the late George S Shafiklln sr who represented the Ashland district In congress during the civil war Un til last winter he was a member of the horse sales firm of Woodard Shank lln Ho was a nember when he di edgr of the firm of Shanklln Walker He was tho first secretary of the Lexlng ton Elks fair and continued In t capacity four years He succeeded Tlpton as secretary of the Trotting Horse Breeders association His mole th V grisVarious social functions were post poncd on account of his death E C Estlll president of the asso elation said Friday night There Is no probability of the trotting meeting which will begin Tuesday being post poned on account of his death Shanklln was for many years a dl rector of the association and was dl rector In various commercial enterprises here A beautiful tribute was paid to his memory at Friday nights meeting of the Elks lodge of which he was a con icuous member The ceremonies attending the Initiation of Senator J C S Blackburn and other candida Friday night were materially short ed on account of the sorrow of lodge caused by Mr Shankllns dee The first cotillion of the season which was to have been given by the Lex Ington German club Friday night was postponed on account of his death Lexington Ky Oct GThe body of tho late Elliott W Saanklln was laid In Its final resting place Sunday The funeral cortege was one of the longest seen In this city and a large number of horsemen were present The local lodge of Elks held their ritual at the grave Over 1000 people attended Horace W Wilson who will conduct the trots here in lieu of Shanklln was In attendance A DISPOSAL SALEsW S Barnes Will Sell His Entire Stud October 1617 LexIngton Ky Oct 2W S Barnes will hold a disposal sale of his entire stud on October 16 and 17 The ialowill be conducted on his place Melbourne stud a mile from the city under a great circus tent to be erected with a seating capacity of severalhun dred The sale will be headed by the stallions Rainbow Prince of Monaco Jim Gore and St Julian About a hun dred of the choicest mares in America will be offered most of which were bred Barnes tlbelnsFoj b OjlAig the use fe ccntly puirfs Jr ment for jc rp4moa te iZesil t tC tQ we stipprcsing nfiagratlons ijcaP more than likely that an a will be effected by which fire Jape will bp Installed so that wat MP b secured Thoroughbreds Be Solr Lexington Ky Oct 5Mr r n M Clay has consigned nil the i1of the Ashland stud consisting or a ons brood mares yearlings and wean lings to W T W Woodard for closing out sale November 18 The farm i established In 1831 by Henry Clay the great commoner Ashland stud has j been the birth place of many fami horses j Two Convicted and Two Released j Barbourevllle Ky Oct 5Robtent and Dan Allen have been convicted ItheT Lhejury on first ballot stood four hanging four for life Imprisonment and four for acquittalIRepublicans Nominate a Democrat Mfc Sterling Ky Oct 5 Republic ans of this city met and unanimously nominated Judge Howard n French for reelection as circuit court clerk itbutby the republicans three years ago Blackburn Is Made An Elk Lexington Ky Oct 3Senator J S Blackburn was made a member A of the lodge of Elks in this city Fri la day night He was elected to mem j bershlp several weeks ago but his work In the campaign prevented au earlier Initiation Ip the Citizens Are Indignant D1rdjrcharge of shooting Officer Dee Smith a few months ago was fined 250 The verdict has caused much Indignation Death cf Squire Williams Ludlow Ky Oct 3 Magistrate Charles S Williams representing the Third magisterial district died of con J sumption Friday morning at his late home In Woodland Park where he lived with his aged mother and two a sisters co Were Married Secretly Franklin Ky Oct 3B H Adams and Miss Mattie B Holman were mar ried In Robertson county Tennessee September 21 of last year R H Felts Justice of the peace officiated Tey kept their mariiage a profound secret ioR Stamps and Money burg Ky Oct S Robbers post office at Falcon is V and took about 400 In money order funds It is ker i b15 the same gang that flee at East Point In M ora few days ago for Cabanlfi wife I former United Iei7 leaves fout t f f 1 p r to J5 J TeNA White eacSeriously to thnwas murdered and W K Hays his cousin probably fatally hurt In a fig with Negroes on the river front Sun day afternoonThe young men who are members of the LquUvllle Boat club left for a sail In the afternoon accompanied by several fellow club members and as they were passing Towhead Island were attacked by sev cr int proIts started buoes1V nellland striking Burdlne over the heart attempteddwas assaulted from behind and badly injured The police arrested four Ne JlyTHE TAYLOR SOLDIERS Money Paid Them Must Be Given to the State Frankfort Ky Oct 2Judge Can trill in the circuit court Thursday rendered judgment against exAuditor JbondsmenFebruary 2 1900 the day on which the legislative contest was passed upon The fi Datsoldiers The decision also disposes JonSweeneyshLIVE BIRD SHOOTD C W Phellfs Set a New Record For Kentucky Austerlitz Ky Oct 2At the an nual live bird shoot of the Hilltop inn club situated on the famous Clay farm near Austcrlltz C W Phcllls ofoMoechanicsburgrecord Thursday and set a new record for tae state of Kentucky by scorto50 straight In a 30 yard b Helkes of Dayton 0 scored 48 Gilbert of Spirit Lake la 47 and Hlr t e IricanThe Revenue Law Upheld Frankfort Ky Oct 5In the cititc j ju rodgmentfor 261 against Strader Bros tobac co manufacturers of Louisville for re fusing to report to the auditor teem amount of tobacco manufactured by them the last fiscal year The ji ment upholds the validity of the revenue law which requires such re portt be made and a number of sSm li liarIn this case The NagusLindsey Wedding Frankfort Ky Oct 2The wedding of Mis Katherlnr d mil Mrs r fJt t t E 4HYVIday nlghla simr aays s Fitly delegates have arrived ana W ore expected Mrs Carrie Nation will address tfl delegate Saturdaynight MrsNatlon wasbomlnttMB ounty and Is a guest of her brother Thomas Moore The Kentucky Prohibitionists 3RepresentaItucky Friday filed In the department of secretary of state a petition cons ta ming the names of 1000 voters pro sentlng Its ticket for a place on the ballot in the November state elections The ticket Is headed by Hon T B Demarce as nominee foe governor Tobacco Factory Destroyed By Fire Bowling Green Ky Oct 2TheIt- bacco factory of J E Tabor of Hyd this county burned Over 50QKiinds of tobacco the property o a warehouse was burned 25QOrbuilding IReachedthe Dollar Mark ex11eetedall occurred the earlier part of week and for the first time In the UsF lory of the field the oil from the low Kentucky and Tennessee develop ents is quoted In figures with a lot la r mark before them PCovington toteEighth street early Sunday morning of blood poisoning He was a brother i of Joseph Axer who died In the Phil pines while serving his country The Second Victim Dead Montlcello Ky Oct 5A B Ad ams the oil driller who was burned In gas explosion on the Kentucky Colo nel Oil Coa field last week died layun Baking the second victim of the Death of Paul F Semonlru Louisville Ky Oct 5Paul F Se monln aged 74 years the father of W Semonln a leading politician of this city oiled Sunday afternoon He was born near Paris France He was once steamboat captain and later a tobac merchant To Buy the First Years Crop Lexington Ky Oct 2The Sece in ties Warehouse Co of New York has arranged to lend 10000000 to the Kentucky Burley Tobacco Growers as soclatlon with which to buy the first years crop from the growers SuddenlyLexington Tllford Hawkins bookkeeper for the large dry 1Y goods firm of Mitchell Cassell k Ba diet very suddenly at hit bone here saortly after leaving the store r Hawkins bad been In bid health a riumbcr of years but hid never given tp icnp work Elected New President Mlirr hurgjCy Oct 3J O M p Jent oY the Tarmers bank as ticked president of the Hutat Home Itsurance Coi plac of it IL 3 Currenjvresigned jr 4 e t ttSf r Cc c s 4 f4 2 i S ti r F 1A 51 FCoildat Sea It A trifling technicality was the bails of tCe argument and after dtcidiiff upon a stated his contention re istes true Chicago Poet 1 don I ice the difference rtidther f tree aYou dntlcried the irgutsestitite t one d4ktVne here And MC en irrXowWeil you are dull But nevertheless eiinHowi tthl ri to ne u was the reply ofemNot unlejt you put it in writing here- ediIi It all a niatter of wordsandon htca n t see tb spolen word Thereupon they stopped the arfumeBtloiffV enough to throw referee top a V WomaN IA cable train wt icooting down fjjat ttreet as taut is the wire rope could drag 1A Th e gnipman warattling off lluawatnai the gong Just a womin who Ialmoit as lioadas she Wa tall hdieempted the track The fripman te jled the hold la the cable and tfrom Hiawatha1 to a breakdown jig t the woman newer stirred Th xtinstant the street ear jumped thieempted claim in the street andt 250 poundof mighty mad tromaiu taking a rids on the The grip man lbs cable train leaped ovetr th e dakbboard of the car expstedi find a dead woman But she wise Indeed put cri citting there adjusting r hat When she caught sight of the grip an she ground her teeth together leaned rward shook her flit at tajds Blame you A minuU later fh was up and away without saying airaUier word Chicago Inter Ocean IB jr to Get Pierpont 0 Oct fith Remarkable in ed the experience of Mr A 8 Turner ai man now over 5evcnty one years of age and whote home ia here For ears this old geceman badi Buffered with a very unpleasant lure Kid y Trouble a kind Inst very oir tb- a aged peopr He would have tu i ur or tiwes every night and thiTvt tiresome disejee was fast wearing hin ou tAt last after having almost made up his ind that he never be able to ref be stumbled over a medicine which te lieved immediately and haicured m permanently It u sOver7easytOgEa d 10 simple that Mr on e it verv dealerinthe co untry hai it and all IaWe to do us t Dcdds Kidriej HS Mr Turner sa ys odds I KidneyksfortheycuidThe BtY eral mnthefamily hareused s tad always beat results think they no equal He wo 1si 5 Like other men of prominence Admiral Dewey often comes across the irre pi n iWt P arty who always affects to be on term f fltIiilCY with l Courte- us and genial to a degree the admiral hM rofound dislike for this sort nuilance ind does not hesitate to show the feeling ot long ago while out walking in Washing n he was accosted by an effusive stranger who graiped his hand and said George 1llbetyou dont know me The d siral lo oked his ulileaiure as he answered0wm DetroitIPMA Goojl Thlnr i Every issueof The FourTrackNews make easier for ticket agents and ticket ajleri secure pauengers for distant o illustration in thatereryarticleand U atvinducement for readers to travel and ee what a marvelous variety of scenery cud imate our own country The ore thetc facts are impressed upon lit avir Jge person the more certain he orshe is to ave a deyireto travel TberefoieThe our alewbears out the of its title page of An Illustrated Magazine of Travel and Edudron From the Buffalo Commercial Modern Sherlock rhe modern Sherlock was told to spotths t uiliected man VtlI hau at It Cal1i catiot 7 tt 4t 4Cjr sri bc t sure you misjudge Mr Sweet v 5 vYouv going to dd Carries PspMni FiufV n Im one of eni helfi iit harder to accomplish than be fancies it ii Boston Transcript Tried to skin me that scribbler did inVbat did he want Vantedtogetoutm 4 book he to write book te write the advertisements I turned down I wasnt to do all the liurar- orklBaltimnorew News i One o de sad things bout dis Jife taut Uncle Eben is dat its so much easier to depend on de enmity of yob enemies din on WatbiftgtoaStar StopatkeCou d works off the cold Lazatire Bromo uinine Tablets Price 25 cents fAnd at last they agreed t uiat S hees and it ira lastthiag thej greed onDenver Republican The troublepeddle will never laekcu tomers in this world 0 TimesDemb crat Do not believe Pisos Cure fprConium lion Ru an for coughaand colds foyer Trinity springs 1nFeb 15 When a mans lunstruck he faints but when het mOonetruclc be proposes Chicago Tribune Luck is important But for luck the too might never have any money to part with uck Three solid through trainsdailr Chicago California Chicago joe affluence of a life b known bi ita influence Kaiaa Horn ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Rear Signature of 7e4PmcmUe Wrapper Below 157s115aP45sT j W1sMnbSRTEfS iIWFHT1iIS iT 5FUAtLWJ fS TNNNQ ICISIP7TPPIIISSC St 14 mifA 4 ft VT cStc al lI m 11 t rl 1 4tv r 1IJf i T t 1 Ifto ts i k jriI f S A tN 9t l I i 1 Man and the Day or Rest The Sunday of Gods Pwpoe and the Sunday Ij 11uman Need bt jr = t t trnIon by tileii- t K19way and Byway lA er i iIItpyiightiik J103 byj If EclsoD I t Chlcajro Qunday Oct loco The t T- t7vyhIclot ll ls lawful to do good on t arMattSon ll bathtIonItI readChristiany from the earliest ente dayIat the very begin thou ning of His minis lon try He found the Sabbath daydistorted strictionswhich the crlbes and Phari sees had placed upon 1L His effort wato deliver thewo day from its unbearable exactions and th- I I make It aa God intended a real day of What r rest The cold formalism of the letter extreme of the law hal killed the freedom of the erence t Splrtl of God In Hla relations to the day ser 7 Jesus at once struck at the root of the sel- a t c matter when He declared The Sabmo re 51 bath was made for man and not man for those ttheSabbath This statement was so pur I radically opposed to the Jewish Idea ofask the Sabbath as to arouse the bitterest Ing opposition The Scribes and Pharisees Pharisees pj tintheir zeal for form and ceremony had SUB a the Sabbath and made it some good bin for man to worship and serye scope t N Jeaua corrected this error by declaring mnttpt God had made the Sabbath 1ay to day i ere th needs oman Here then we meaning Javc the lIr land fundancntal doctrine strationI j n regard to tho Sabbath day or the day was I rest The other great truth as t Jfif Went on to declare It was that He e Lord of the Sabbath He was not LET f be crowded out of the day as God day His Father had been for they had iso filled tho day with burdensome re within istrfctions and obligations that It had sled bcomo a religion of cold and lifeless Is i 4 14forms and exactions And not only was Ph of the Sabbath day but the law purpose t of that day was one of poslthe and ac tex goodlswers der- I 4 before us the fundamentals of the Sab slm I layforn S Hd the law of the Sabbath do good one 4q the ac S i VJ HEN Jesus was on earth and en on It jVJ aLeavortngtorestoretoljghuulTh a I pi aI11 rWblfshed It was the extreme of cere might s laoidal restrictions and exactions which brute robbed the day of Its true spirit and pur Its I r but today the pendulum has act ly tc clear to the other side and we ing eadoftheriirianlcalypenot V f d indaywhenllbeialviewsis4 4 ad of the bur with spirit is there treatment treatment aI q ncs 4 a r 4 sts aa Ia1 m S f i T1 a f i 1il t wi t r- oJ tI 4 IiP f 1a m a day I ciay Doing byrttaIforgetfulness of Cods clail n himof I a and his seeking the thlngsUSd pleasaU f ires of the world BO that ncre Is Just s as much need of effort UK redeem the should 7 a blessed rest day from the error and evilof his I ivhich crowd it as there was when the Jesus faced His bigoted clitiesand dc lute dared that the Sabbath was made for bring man that He was LorjLbfthe8abbathnet a l nd that the law wStch was to govern side tlie day was that of doing good and the enth same fundamental facts In regard to the clared Weekly rest day which bare existed since Heaven the foundation of the world when God In reSted on the seventh day and hallowed It exist today bath do tTIIE fut the Christian world JeIi i Instead of the seventh as prescribed by wr aI the Mosaic law does not In the least fended cused alter the great underlying purposes and obligations of the day We have ment j not space here to develop the argow ment that man physically and aitually needs one day In seven forth rest Illsnol necessary for us e rscall how with the of they i coSa Vand cruclflxlon of Christ and His whoupon the first day of thea and atta thhurchofof PcnLecosLtM4 maJM son j w they et theyy athr eTeyaorJLhe nrstil T n day ot the Christians they both restsh upon foundation principles which rethe aj Identical and unchanged and InoutIng t 4a4j dsCorlord and great Exemplar The onlgreat obligation of that day Is that z of doing good It Is not our purpose nl aar to discus the question of whether then 9 seventh day or the ftrst day should betobserved nor is It our purpose to add to the great and confcsed discus d sion of what one can do and what one t ought not to do on unday Christ did not attempt to outline a list ot a the cans and the cants for the layDot but He did call attention to certain 1k1r fHndmentnl truths In regard to = iay and these are unchanged and lekaHgeable and they afford a lureownTH IrQ i aeaI ot determining what one ought ffl f L tO do and what one Wight sot to do 1f v iiSunday at the present time evens I f ta Ytkey would have revealed to the ijT3 PIJ reel the true freedom and ey t 1nod otjligatloBi of the day heRtot tJf aJeeao attacked their false and unSoly t IQ f sF1It a CWctfo unlv r lty 10 WITH rocatlns sunday ue r1J jii ty kit Md other rellgtou iwchers alitJ I Iii prNeb4r thTOUAOUt the otuitry 3 JJ ha hieto Oterine what Artw fiII3r hi dose o lun4ft with itf fllt 6 40wa ot the bar lU evll1 i TjrotkI U the shutttaE out of Irea rest day by the dlitrCtt I 4infH 1asaIld purpo there i ALitr human thought l TIt Dear J trItJ tltlj qylf t C r itr ar or Y t J s tf r t f 11 1 7f l 1 rlt 1roJ V01 J Jor a t r 7 t 4ir J 1JjMrI i lof ttff fi Ni J r1 f J t 7 a f1Fifi Ii flf1ljtQF rI t A t Iti6 1ry1 1f tf tIM1I Vt rY lriIt Jp Ira iI j t r iett 1 kr i fi t1 r rr 1ftJif1fl Sabbath T ue for utah att Hie man for tit sbi ath so that the Infipcnv ot iMn is I d even of the Sab God It is Tyful to do good on and Sabbath d sus1 critics were every arjr Him And there the 8 c itingness today to the ulo mtr i rsy over the Sun secular itl punctilious Phari out the n hv r and blindness order Vy ight on the ques velopment Cor rht observation of the to TI lite liborallst of to alttuvth c ts or other side IN the SabhumanIllexlt1dltorted ftoem blindness And to with the onc of liberality reached In ref Sabbath to the question of Sunday obis frofishness m ch upon Ulp Lords day we find approval who do not understand the real that theingvital mistakes dldtltcas as seek to To the two extremists Je needs says It Is lawful right to do read on the Sabbath day of this simple and plain statetell t Is comprehended the whole Sun question and within Its spirit andthe we find the practical standi of the made for manuntous look at the circumstances surInto our text It Is the Sabbaththis Jesus has entered yitethe synagogue a man with a pal you on t and wasted arm Jesus attention The city thatarisecsask the question to which our But before He ren pose selfsbe their query He asks them a few and which plea whobareshall there be of that shall have does Godsheeph Sabbath day will he not lay hold and lift It out How much then on the wmanvisiebe overstepped In behalf of the to which had an Intrinsic value to owner but i must be rigidly and exIFobserved when it came to man who In Gods sight was of In day tely more value And human life har ceased to be the cheapest thing In world In mans eyes and this fart If not strikingly in evidence In connection people the violation of the purpose andwith of Sunday both as regards mans rightfully of himself and as regards his do on of his fellowmen The bul son man Is willing to work his clerks s In the week and when the beyond n out he can get more tion a the factory will put bath the perpetual grind final n their places when tion k1Poul felpwmen 1 the Sabbath day whe r + it J nShlp 16 of aina jiselfto his God and to hIs fellowman daD good cannot measure up to Gods bat ndard of what goodness is if any onc onlt these conditions islacklng First of blessed then man must consider himself in way reference to this Sunday question What Lor the day bring to him and what lead own personality should he put Into day If the day of rest wah Instl for man what is It that it should to him In his physical and spirit being Is It not rest on the and growth Godward Every sevwlli day was to be a day of rest IUs dc of God that in six days He and earth the sea and all that them Is and rested the seventh day It wherefore the Lord blessed the Sab day and hallowed It But that It mines d not mean the rest of Inactivity andover aimless purpose Is evident from sus declared for when He healed ought good on the Sabbath day He de does His actions when the Jews aeour Him of violating the command Is a of God In regard to the holy Sab th day by declaring that His Father orked hitherto and He worked Thethe which God purposed for man was not barren rest of laziness nor was God 0desert ding for a time when man could re ver from the week of Indul encesandthel excesses And yet how many run riot In the direction of ss And pleasure during the week because heard ey know there is a Sunday coming in hich they can obtain seat How ake Saturday nlshtthe convenient of excesses of all varieties becauseI know that on the Sunday following can sleep and rest up the Iycut and Wornout body How 1rpacincChristians be It said to and contuslonrdellberately andfeetSaturday night social pleasure because they knowthat on 18Ington they can sleep late But such rest rate save to theof 40owertlan Saturday night ought to be the home far as so that planIn 19ingaoGod Intended should be found upon the 1901 saythe secular things of the and gave r him a favorable opportunity to grow towards the things of God Growth Is 9S6 Inaction but Implies the most vlg orous kind of vitality This Is theIDvolved In the perfect realization of nnseyeDthday of rest aa relates to physical and spiritual welfare- s A SD in the second place as regards mans relation to God on lhe day rest If There Is a distinctive obligationb God on the Sabbath day which x10t other day of the week can know provides an environment in mani spiritual nature can properly ce Ttlop and grow To the degree to which mm recofinizM this tacto that extent realize thOhI Ian C 51fiteIs given to man that may 0 Cad to come c1oee to him the needs ot nil pfeUual LludreEdwar natures are po starved and d 4ilaaufY of God that they wd the things of the world the Ir and aznbItIoPIjnd are Ind U tcithe c1 ofiod upon them tltlferent tbiir 9B U44Iij sf 1IV tf1iti3J 1 l t MI u jr1 tJt irt tJ l e fiIJ fl i 0 t tj l r d 3 f c4 4 j b r t j I e r c i r 7 3 iC 111lowingthe Lords daysThere m1 a sep aratlon from the wbrl ihe things of the world Inorde thai ihe way unto TwelveGod and His appro j to us may be unobstructed In f nysofNehemlah when the people hail rown careless as to the Sabbath day and the day had come to be pretty ne riy like the other days of tho week shut thfe gates against thoso na been coming Into Jerusalem t ii sell He separated Prop dty from the outside rcw them away from and toIeneed the same stern squall decisive action upon the part ofgan individual Christian In shutting sized gates of his mind and heart against The cares and thought and plans of tho rescued week there Is need of shutting board activities of the natural man in floated that there may be growth and de all Godward This is essential ed welldoing on the Sabbath day The squall third place well doing on the land day involves mans relation away fellowman This raises a com haven of questions and problems which went be settled as light Is received The God and His will and Spirit have ortunity to operate freely through captain alt is lawful to do good on the Edna day declared Jesus and there Fish apparently a vast deal of well doing C reek man to man on the Sabbath day Frances apparently receives the generalT r of man but we dare horp some of it at least does not meet geon poapproval rt not reach any higher than man orHgo beyond the temporal physical Fish of man Take your Bibles and- S Fish all of the which lisofon do we find Jesus well doing asAI touched the sou ht to reach who Inspiritualg of God and nearer women faoday as those activities bring you cling astouchis underlying motive Why do you doTJ seorthogomake tliat call or go on that Jaunt hoursof the thore tagathering nc festive board What Is your pur oninitallharmless and perfectly Inanci rightful place It may satisfy andTIcue bomnot satisfy the conditions which every sons down as the law of His day ou poeSabbath which the one persons nohomcronHimofCreek Sunday baseball Sunday plcnlspSunday pleasures and SUIIeuee sociabilities and feasting can stand their tbe3lait is all wrong The trouble with In arguing with themselves and san others In regard to what theyof may and rightfully may not the the Sabbath day is that they rea from human standpoints and with w conceptions of life which do tint reach could the present life But If a ques turned as regards to conduct on the Sab pelyd to himself to his God and to his Christians would not be so bled and anxious over this Sunday Tn moved by the pu- rca lilted tt 0 er- Ism 01 to ed out in Illsri whpodl SuselftoHlaGodand has 3iand this was the pur J5y It was the direction In roof iiie4hfghhst possibilities of the pei bo realized Surely the Sab shdayanpathwaypossibilities of that day Is the no which Jesus marked out He Is the could otdusv Do good on the Sabbath day test that good doing by your rela tabIse belIbe a long step In the direction ofha atest4GodfornknIs a slang phrase yet it is the onean expression that comes naturally to the and lips of every traveler on the train as it passes through thea klldit mean hot that in the sincerity ofM slang we acknowledge that any placea desert without the Divine The fe- ftowersof Joy the fruits of affection all her and die and bleak and desolate is heart where He Is not Yet these places are being redeemed the is rejoicing and blossoming like rose as the wars of irrigation way over the parched soil reGodCorsakenls becoming a garden so shall the singing of birds be Is again in the heart it it be no longer Godforsaken but rather Godfilled UnionaIumlier Cut In the Cnltrd State estimates put the annual of lumber and shingles of the three a states at 4000000000 feet of California supplies 860000000 Oregon 140000000 feet and Wash 2300000000 feet At is calculated that the the Pacific coast will be exhausted I years Shipments by water alone at were 504472801 feet f berbe 1002 and 500964749 feet In J6ol i 02 rail shipments to the to 5G2175QOO feet and InIce to 364530000 feet Portland hows a traffic toward the Interior ail ranking next to Seattle In Im portance In the calendar year 1900 11 cars of lumber were shipped from that port 13517 in 1901 and 15876 car g jiI lfansBe constant 0 happy soul be col tant and of good courage for hO intolerable thou art to thyself yet hHiwilt be protected enr1hedaI4be4 y that greatest Good k ttI1eksdrotl- ag I else tb do than lead ItMereiteeby the highest ste ltVtperMTMhcu to God the mostOsacrt tJi lIgucl tie Moltn t7 Ten 1I114lo rhese areaaete91th- e tpe help ctaj1r a nd the pGItatUre on tar jIf54Ialet r 1lkAt 111 shor tian I QkagOTrItn p 4f pro1 bl g t v Fjfc t 4 ew + 4r31 1iP SI 1 tSi i J J ji YESSftIZED1 l rIeisons Drtfivn l and Seven Ticked tp on erlThePieces of Wreckage and Were EX H hausted From Their Struggles Against Drowning The Marlnette Wig Oct 5Durlng n Saturday night on Lake Michi the steamer Erie H Hncklcy cap and 12 persons were drowned Goodrich line steamer Sheboygan from the other seven persons on the Hackley after they ha1 of about on pieces of wreckage night Report of the disaster reach Marlnetto Sunday Hackley was struck by the of when seven miles oft Frccn Is The upper work was blown to before the men could reach 1 Von The boat then turned over and dor down Itt deep water drowned George LeClalrc Jr Jacksonport WIs Joseph V Cms of the Hackley Fish Creek his Barrlngcr Lawrence Barrlngcr Creek Henry Rabltoy Fish Carl Kelky FIsa Creek Miss day Vincent Miss Incents sis Egg Harbor Wis Freeman Fish Crek Nels Nelson Stur of tiny Frank Kltzplbbons Jackson T Truchly cook Frank Ulakeley purser and Creek Orrin Hollln engineer In Creek Milton Hasen Blame Me weeney Fish Creek two men of El Sir Bay WIs the Hackley went to bottom those would and could seized on float pieces of wreckage while tho of and three or four of the men a iling to find any object to which to sank in the raging sea so far his known waves were rolling high anl veral of those who at first saved from immediate death lost rength and sank It was several held after tho Hackley sank before Shchoygan hove within hailing dis The shouts of the floating mOn tracted the attention of the sailoVs his the Shcboygan and every assist was loaned roughness of the lake made res slow but the officers of the She ygan feel sure that taey took aboard person afloat Some of the per who were rescued say that it is ssible that one or more of tF 12 missing may have r cs it rth This view Is not given if edence by the sailors of tho3h Sheboygan made iuto Fi when hope of rescuing i rsons seemed improbable Th rt persons were so cxhaut fxt from struggle against drownln thi were unable for some time to tell Mrs about the wreck The persons saved by the Sheboy svn say that with the crashing aray the upper works all persons boar4 Hackley ran on deck Unt j aratlona for a plunge Into there WILf r begun but before any ylas f be carried out the boat listed over and went down like a rocls a Search Is still being made for any rson who may have escaped dcatb j for the bodies of those who werI Mrs drowned il SIR THCMAS LIPTONit leJTheNext rridy v New VoH OctyS Sr 0 hv hereCa a ut sails tif nome h tt present mention of bu- otter chlill e he said thaJ UI WOUldemid jiere rhaps os a 4tLh2sluntF fortunate day ever ould feel Jvistifled Irf bringing other challenger There woUt use he said in doing ed unles find another Hcrreshoff on her side Two Thousand Turks Killedt alonica Oct 5The Bulgarian no es Informed the authorities that a of fresh outrages In Saiontca Is planned It Is reported that 20 villages In the Razlog district been burned The large village Bonlsko is said to have been de myed and Its 2000 Turkish Inhabit killed f Reserve Policeman KillediPlttsburg OcttAndrew J KeUrt reserve policeman was shot antI Sunday night while tryhyrto Dusan Mcllcz a Hungarian eiicz was engaged In a struggle with young companion when Kelly Inter Mellcz drew a revolver fired three shots at Kelly two taking effectIMoorish Exhibit at the Worlds Fair London Oct5A Tangier corre 1dspondpnt says tasuItan of Morocco has given a second Insfo 000 to the American sy e which undertaking the Moorish exhibit at the St Louis exposition Anarchists and Socialists Clash Barre VL Oct 5one man dying another suffering from a serious but not necessarily fatal bullet wound and third under arrest charged with fir log the shots Is the outcome of tho latest clash between the anarchists and socialists ot this city hisNew Allen Line Steamer stslondon Oct5The Allen line line ordered at Belfast a 12000 ton tur stegmCr the first of this kiryt to used oT Atlantic The new st amer W rfor mall serv 1tweio tbpool and Canar llt In Mlnneiot byFedu l finn Oct 5 Snow began faflpgfey early Sundaj morn lug an for more three hlar iilncheii covetng thjai t tf asJ the first of he sear rl l ifi J z Itia ramI MISa1dIS nl- eYer rt knoT Ofe aVaughan1 sW 4tftr lit v 3 wM member w ti iislIs theatricaif t rwoKlIlgd In a l141 cWis Oct iil CtftatlIf Inju f other bdly hurt inb which swept Independencqj the surrou nQ y buildings In the storm J torn down 41a GlovkethChicago Oct 5 Flftr glovemakars men and strike next Wednesi tcago r es be tOc a I i a a t 7l r lrif t 1j t1F rr lriERv Official TrlbutWe rill to Cir Michael Herberts Mem ry Ocl7lnWashington a memorial service to Se iirf at St Johns church Tuesda October 6 Rev Cotton Smith the TK IT officiating this goy wll p official tribute to tin of R Hon Sir Michael Herbert o M G A C B his Brittanlc lrt ambassador to the United Stat o died September 30 president his cabinet anti the diplomatic corps will attend the services Mr Arthur Raikes first secretar- of embassy and charge daffaires nd interim will receive Monday by cable King Edward designation to bf present as tile personal representative his majesty In the absence of Count Cassinl the Russian ambassador Senor de Asplrcz the Mexican ambassador will be the acting dean the corps and will rank next to the president In the event that he is able reach Washington in time Baron Sternberg the German ambassa who was Sir Michaels closest friend In the corps will attend as ttib personal representative of Emperd William Baron Stern burg Is now at summer home in New Hampshire Invitations to the service were sued from the state department Sun by Mr Loomis the acting secretary of state to the officials of tho Washington government and members the diplomatic corps Prominent army and navy officials will also ho present and it is expected that they the members of the corps will bo uniformThis Is without precedent Michael Is the only ambassador ac credited to this government woo Iia- died while absent on leave The serv- Ice is In accordance with the wishes the president who was for yeast warm personal friend of Sr Michael Mr Loomis was suddenly called to home In Ohio Sunday but hopes to return to Washington on Tuesday Sir Michael and Lady Herbert wer members of St Johns church as war- Lord Paunccfote whose funeral wa l there last year It Is expected that the funeral of the British aittbassador will take place about the same time on Tuesday at home in England London Oct 5By the kings command a memorial service for Sir Mi chad Herbert will be held in Marlborough House chapel adjoining St James palace on Tuesday afternoon Special seats will be reserved for members of the diplomatic corps TORNADO IN ILLINOIS Three Persons Were Killed and One Seriously Injured Princeton III Oct 5A tornado passed two miles southeast of this city killing three persons and destroying a large amount of property The dead Charles F Saerwln Mrs Alvira Sherwin mother of Charles W Sher Emmet Welch of Tishiwa vie ior at the Sherwin home Charles F Sherwln received serious internal Injuries The storm started at the home of J Cater two miles southeast of Princeton At that place it destroyeJ new residence erected by Mr Cater his year The storm traveled In an apttriy direction to the residence of Shcrwin which was blown away f three women in the house were 11 and Mr Sherwin who was uit to enter the house was seri injured Considerable corn in held was ruined and some stock 4ied At the residence of Mr Cater the imlly escaped by going to the cellar SIOT AT OUNSHAUGHLIN at Grtie t I 51 use Redm J If- Parne1l nib ThefI5ea5Laredo x Oct iTherc J been pra vf ally no chage In the yel low fr situation dIng the past lays The omcialbulletln Sun shows there have ifcn four new and one death Refused Frances equest Shanghai Oct 5Th Chinese gov ernment has refused I nee pcrmTs slon to station French oops on tlte- d HinKlang river to tect Annam against the rebels in tb idjacent Chinese province of Kwan Gen Miles Not a Jndldate Dallas Tex Oct 5 no A Miles made this stateent here m not a candidate foiny office and I dont expect to be niven for presi dejt of the United Sws or governor oL Texas A Tornado In Innesota St Paul Minn Oc5 =St Charles VSinona county was ost obliterated bta tornado Set nt rsons wer killed and 28 were JMIVC any of them severely Forfvo hses were Destroyed and the ttIfltlaty dam age is 100000 Two Men Inata Killed Montreal Oct Sa0 men were Instantly Rtled In l1tSt CharIei- and another batil 4OcketibjhJb- oom of a derrick tW5 ratKet coming In contact h an electric light wlreThe lOnjvilUeAyerf Death of Col w Spratt Jacksonvi it I Oct 5Cot Le onidas VtIlIaatOneefthi 1i iii l Carolli- hen aMa dle4 Sun thP He was editor eriiiJlftth ni dardaD waste tiaetGen CarllnP on a Train Iflvlngston 4 Oct 5Brlg- riI r i lin U S An rc tbound Northern crriiiJover tho i f this Gen 1 U0 Omaha +1erc Held pedal services jmore cathedral election of lions prcaclwd 1 and was at t congregation Rteever eeseHam s ic r II tjf fcobi tnol k 4 i st a c i a r ft si a7mULD HAVET IDEAL WIFE Wealthy MichIgan CUT led Farmer in Search of Helpmeet Will Give AnjrAVoni nlVeekVTrlnl I know cnn t what kind of a woman I want r n wire and I cant be im posed ou b any go1d brick schemers Im trio j be in a jurry but Im Etun 111U to settle down and have it over Wi Ill give a bunch of money and half a beef to the man that finds me what I want Thus spoke Daniel Overmyer an elderly and welltodo farmer who lives on the line between luiton and Pulaski counties In Indiana and who has been advertising for a wife He means bus ness and has had responses to his ads from many states and from many candi dales but Is still a single man He owns 200 acres of good land well im proved and considerable stock and grain and Is out of debt His standing Is good among his neighbors and there Is nothing queer about him excepting a little inoffensive eccentricity Seen at his farm home he spoke freely of his matrimonial hopes and described the woman he Is seeking She must be young enough to cackle and she mustnt be afraid to work nor too tired to spruce up a bit and go to a picnic with me once In awhile Over myer said I like them Sunday excur sions too and I dont want to drag no dead woman around with me She must have good sense and suit my eye for looks Overmyer is a good looking fellow of about 50 dresses neatly has a pleasant home and raises fine teSr He declares that he can do stunts In farm work with the best man in the country He has 11 heirs and will divide his properly and give his accepted wife her share in cold colnat the wedding Im a good provider he continued and will contract to kill three young beeves and five hogs on the place every year If any lady wants to look me over for a week I will meet her at the train and send her back with all expenses paid if she is notsatisfied TO BUILD PALACE ON WHEELS Nely Compnti Will EstaMUft Meg iilflcrnt Hotel Service Between Keif York neil San 1rancUeo The Harris Palatial Car company has been organized under the laws of the state of New Jersey with a capital of 1000000 for the purpose of operating a train of five soiling palaces between New York and San Francisco with so many improvements and conveniences that a Fifth Avenue hotel patron wilt not know he is out of New York if he doesnt lok out of the windows This fivecar train the company pur poses to build will be known as the WaldorfAstoria de luxe train Its pa trons will be kept exclusive by the fact that the passengers will be booked from one of the best hotels in each city through which it passes The train will have everything from palm gardens to a laundry and nothing a patron of a swell hotel can get by pushing a but ton vlll be lacking To make it unique arrangements have been made with the railroad lines over which the train Is to pass to have It complepits trip across the continent ten days so the train will leave with its passengers every tenth dayThe idea is the outgrowth of the de funct Harris Palatial Car company In Boston which went under In an ava lanche of litigation over patents and ownership of stock In 1889 It we find the scheme takes said Mr Harris we will put on additional trains so as to have three a week lea Ing New York and San Francisco have capital trd m behind the sehernc jtt It Ia iply wqu MIU jf Afv wekb wil cars A bca i will be Issued imrne dlately on their completion EDELWEISS GROWING SCARCE VboIecale DilretIon Threaten E WKtlon of TfftrPrettr e Flower Attcnpbn has again been called t the wnolewlev jruction of edeiwels by an advetllwinknt In the Davoaer slung ku fpii25 unds of the pfcers aWadyeJfcef a Zurich Alpincft0weFveied lIqi1t IaJaS93A It in extensively 4 for fanertl wretU and aeae tine ago a 1areetk wasaaj ec iposed entirely at edelweiss the value of the flowers being over 3 It may be added that a fairly allied industry istimAnufacture of edelweiss disapar of some of the rarer Alpine fweriy is continually being reported VII Alps and edel weiss In partrdular is altogether ex tinct in some places where it was abundant not many years ago MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Oct 3 CATTLConimon 12 00 0 2 75 CALVES Extra 6 26 6 75 Heavy steers 4 25 i 4 75 CALVES Extra 6 25 50 2ftMixedSHEEP Extra 3 35 fi 4 LAMBS Extra 5 50 5 FLOURSpring pat 4SOl WHEATNo 2 rod NO 3 winterJ f 83 ORNNoL44D 48 3- 8YENo 62 HAY Newlth tbr 13 50 PORKCIifimIiy 13 C5 LARD VWm 7 50 BUTTJJIt Ch dairy CkOce creamery 23tf APPLES Fancy 3 50 2 75 POTATOES Per bbl 2 00 225 TOUACCO New 3 50 9 00 Old 6 50 13 00 Chicago r nter pat 3 90 ti 4 10 cM V 2 red 774 78VJ Nr0 mixed AT9NcHa2 mixed 35 37 RYE No Vvivt 53 PORK Mess 1125 11 50 LARD Steam 7 624tJ 7 65 NefokFLOUR Win sfrts 3 75 3 SO WHEAT No 2 red 84 CORN No 2 mixed 53 OATS Nor2 mixed p 41A 61VOItKMg55ARDSte rn 8 25 r Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 80 80 CORN No 2 mixed 51 l OATS No 3 mixed 40 0 5 00 HOGS Western 7 7 10 Louisville WHEAT No 2 reds 85 CORN No 3 mixed 5- 1ATSNo2 mixed 38 PORK Me s 14 00 rRDSteam 8 75 Indiaa e SLJOROATS I S a e a r- i 10 a Xtcdcd a KnlU Prof George Lincoln Ilutk of Cosnell who lately toured New England oi his bi cycle in order to gather fact about witch craft ia an authority on thi history of fu perstition and pery cutionand U also an indefatigible ivicelnian rof Burr with hi bicycle liar pcnrtinted many primitive and secluded parts of the United From tlicie journeys says an eastern ex change be returns with little stories that are now quaint now strange now humor out A itory of the latter tort concerns a visit to Tennessee arrived one night at a mountaineers cabin taid the profc or and asked for shelter for the nignt The good people were very hospitable They Rave me a comfort able bed and an excellent meal While was eating the meal my host watched me narrowly to sec that had thing I wanted He kept ordering his wile to till my glaa to bring me more bread and- o forth Finally uflea I began to e4ta piece of apple pie he exclaltited in an irdig nant tone Janetdont you bring the settle man a you tee him here tryin to eat his pie with a fork flight Dnckt When oil duty Prof Richards of Yale enjoys a joke and his pupils often come to him when they have heard a new one He adds to the fun tometimc with a witticism of his own Such was the case when one of the students perpetrated the following an 1rofesior wouldnt like a WhysyeaWell you crouch down a stone wall and make a noise like a turnip answered the youth giggling in ecstasy Quick as a flash caine the reply Ob a better way than that would be tor you to go antisit quietly in abed of cabbage heads and look natural Chicago Chronicle A girl would ratherliavea half pound of 40 cent candy iaa fancy box with a red ribbon around it than a pound of 80cent candy in a paper bag Somerville Journal Three trains a day Chicago to Califou nU Oregon and Washington Chicago Union Pacific i Line If all ouc desires were granted our delights would be goncJtams horn He who low can go up higher Farm and Home PutnamFadclcss A bird1 in the hand isnot lomujicaUsonc in the tw1uck O bowels feel nevr yeari Candy r Stands Union Metallic also stands uniform and factory results Ask dealer UHCI and CtUS Shells The Union L Q 4 C- 0W CONN ndin over ittrontee back many imitations 17t sure the buttons OK5ALE ffOWX O5O3TON MMLtL ITPWZK CAHAMAN COLimrtW 3 equal those been front toS5W Theini of L other makes Sold retail shoo dealers Look on bottom eIg 4 eqvwld at TEXAS ua OrIt QiW SMITH NrAUldI ChIcs4 Ij e a 4ixl4ILci j 4 r DUT a5iar y alltired feelings coinfr taxes kidneys When kidneys they to form duties J inature provid them When ncys danger diseases quick follow Urinary disorders diabetes dropsy Brights disease Doans Kidney Pills hey and bladder lowing case Veteran Joshua Heller South Walnut street Urbana says fall 1809 after getting Doana Kidney Pills at Brosff in and taking a course treatment I told readers paper that they had relieved kidney trotiblc posed a back witfi pain across loins and beneath shoulder blades During jnlerjt val which lapsed I have casion to resort Doans Kidney Pills when I noticed an attack each and every osnthe results obtained as as whqn pills first brought to notice I as indorse day ns years ago A FREE TRIAL this great ney medicine which cured Heller s will mailed on to any part United States Medical advice free strict1 Address r o Buffalo L N Y For iiggists price cents box V I PAY SPOT CASH F MILITARY i iiirBOUNTY LI4UII to oMlen of niUKUKK mod Clearffe 8RQJJOarSE17E EVERVIVFJEflE cki Cure Colds by keeping your open will it without t grip or gripe drive cold right you Just as as you Hlje taking cold take a CASCARET there is KOTHING SO GOOD CANDY CATHARTIC a YOU A sweet candy medicine purely vctjetable harm iless grip gripe A of over TEN MILLION boxes a 25c SOc proves their great merit Be sure get CASC K TS the only original genuine Cathartic i 3est for the Bowels d for Cartridges It for shooting satis your for ARROW NITRO Smokeless Shot Metallic Cartridge I BRIDGEPORT t EATHEIWISE IIS1THEMANWHOWAISSLIGffiRS A repitatIQn Qrixtysbcyears otd our ore of QprmentbeaJ1nThw Therc we Be of name TQWER on th ft1N YUYWIfl 14 5ATOKO W L1 DOUGLAS 31S SHOES bywesringWThey that have ing you 400 mense sale W provestheir all by everywhere for namo and price ThtDg5115 utolgprrether IeougiaahiIComes grad ratLeatlrmad fast Coor uied Etg rennet ang price lIlaatrsidCatalog GO 1VOTTOCTOBER 20th OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERHITORY- THMEAJIOMCIAT UVMlf CINCINNATISIS Ttn rtltliSlup MI3OURIKANSATEXANYAsk aa a i a 4ik q ALLflRED Th- wornout ea i to everybody whosthe jthe are overworked Jail per r the has ed for do the kid fall ous ly rheumatism cure all IW ills Head the tot 7M IlL in the of Cunningham drugstore Champaign of the the of this me of dis of lame my the the c has halcatw warnings rrT On were just sat isfactory ilie were my just em phatieally the isreparatlon to did over two ot kid Mr be application of the Confidential FosterMilt sale by t per uup v Isje4 i a iIAnle anh e j i I CASCARETS do and the out of soon cc j WHILE t bit of absolutely nor sale J cf cost Our to rORLDFAME- II1rjsjts sefLiIeutaIj t of fir Fred 5terrj 43hewPbonLndmodm aATUuoU8c and most curaStes knewa or rheumailim goat OCNSIadNOVEMBER Th in the Year t a RedsdiTMketsnowonsakFcfel41aIciM BlO otJR ROUTE 0 S =W1 LeUISVILLE BEST fINII TO MEMPHIS NEW ORLE1NS aND THU SOL3Tg STLEJIs KNSISCITy miy DENVER ND TuB WEST rROADWay NEW iR oflt1 r s StSqpci OblerTaIioararoruiaIn5 Cars ii IuUinan Exeuralun Siepe from ClcInnaii toLacito Coast iolnis crery Tuey and rridyWiihoVtchange Forr5stIlfletabeset13 anyg 0 P5cCftrT Cerieril raeager Ageat riimaallomar i JLJ JJ n LIVESTOCkAND 1LI5flSCELLANEOUS 1 I E1ectrotyp4 FOR ALZ AT TII ala LOWZSTPRICESBy ir jANKEILOGG NEWSPAER CO 335 Wcst Fifth Street Cincinnati p Jb w s EnADS5IQr ruts tac DEflIXG T013If tXTTULvQ a PV59I15D UI ITS mt3ta a sxowpiygs tlu uvyWZLVrl4st ASi run urrsrx 4LMiTuT en 1trATloc3 r a iE 4pagebcok max 4 hIihepi LuecO itoxWhtcDa a I i9 Tr DVLLTISERS saw ibe ttTcrtia I f i 4S iE 8rciisti-ai 4cs a st t 4 rc t jfOWNGSVILLE OU1LOOI I OUTLOOIt PUBLIS1flG COrb WINGS VILLE KY ib js II PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I Address nil communications to THE QDTLOOIC PtntisiiiNo Co or to I JOHN W HONAKEU Owingsville Ky v Subscribers desiring chango of4 address should always give previous vfeddre8B when Correspondents when nut of sta Ibnery houid mention fact on n paperSTHURSDAY OCT 8 1903 ANNOUNCEMENT i For Stato Senatorp v Wo are authorized to announce countypa f tjnr the Senate from this district e nt I Jho November election 1903 I f Wo nra authorized to announce ASnornin IS tor tho Senate from thii dItr LflIfltlThJLRepresentatvS ISikc1MI1Trd authorized to Announce F Fouch of Rowan cent a 4S i eandidnto Republican nominee dlflbOxIet LaSt4 J TiiOhot for Tom John Ion ihl8 men and made countless ItittirkJniererjKill lso Usue a Thanks 4 iproc1umatInn 4 wIwith thel otiSicr 4 e r otherwisenearj PnKPinnsT ROOSHVELT Is i doubtedly right in retaining Miller A U i the Government Printing 0flee lIrSt sii to run things in their own interest SAX P walking de1e ate A who waBCOnvicecIof IIaekmni 2 contractors hits nearly disrul tiday the branch of union labor to which ofSMuiidrgera SbcupSBKBirr BCD MclNEttNr whose 4 faction WHS defeated fn the Cov enyhe cingtb u Baaty gahie Federal grand jury atW fit4AUR after finding zt indictments against the Poatn fl jDcp rt ant grafters SoonerTheyplater that class catches c x they feel for a long time that iscan rob the people with impunity 1eri L Tnz SecuritIo Ware lpany of Now Ya dispatch Tayr has arrGr nsd theKen ro c1 Kcl ilie CORRESPONDENCE W Forge Hill theSt iSlate Valley pee ting last week LercV swghter EU b thofSan Antonio Tzu RtrlYealaHt week to visit AfIlyofJMMoore4i Mra gob rtSiiields and JIdren tberBud Clarke unit little daughter vAehefi all of Flat Creek spent JI Hunday with Mr andiMrs W W winm4 f Stepstoner5 t iMiss Eva CatBubell i8pn he8ck Jjeti 1 MiwStidIe Stout who his fmu pjc cjas jit Salt Lick was home over Sunday s Miss Era Havens of Grange tsq City spent Sunday with Miss Bery tba Bittlnger I MiM MaKgieCrtssityqf mpfp is here vi8iLIag hr cousin Mrs Jobs Karrjck cad family B W Cawity of lay W Va was here last weefe getting u nipt 1 ifeidgo out there to wtrk Reuben Barnes la sick at tile totrIn1W Henry DufTe with fl 4 tui fever but is some better iat this time Wffl Myero and family spent I featurday and Sunday with hU rotberinIaw Owen 1yei e and ttiaily at Flat CreeSty Raini oMj the JKqod raiii r jetting some of it Mt last b it over 4 so little we are glad to we hi Hid kac already turned the grass a Irttne 4 tlegreen Ar Ur9 A W Dnnoh got the pig F thai was shot otf by MUo WithN Ltt Jt faR last week but they got It 4 sit iefeot catching it and Itd led be ere thcy got it howe palUg Barn and ba bride of KIacitHwere here several days 11t aeeek a Llelrbridal tr P Jug ktftfolkfl and frettt9-r Pnllaj i oka aehappy f1B1L ijt Vo exMJS dcongrauiiations nd daught er Mi9BK a1 y d k NJftItJ ceJin i1y j ykui4 2 4 jb s S 4 fI r ff b 7r 5 i jj j Midland City MrsMay Parish Is very Pkk A Jfrnton harbccn quite sick for sev tacIEustcs Carmnck tins to lttduc FnrinhThere is a fine rain falling here this Monday morning Mrs ElTle Teals of Farmers pi od through hero Sunday Ed Myers is convalescing Hi daughter Flossie is no butter Aaron Mvcrs bought a horco an buggy from Will SnEHlolast week to make rItihnraHJames Sutton hoe built an uddi thin nnd also a new porch lo his house thopiist veek1otieJohn Denton Jr of Poplar Plain was up several days this week jlrLnfeBlunt tho O whlympianWill Jones nail wife visited the lasers parents Mr and Mrs Wes lfrey at Riverside Sunday ccWi ll Carpenter nnd John Cornett Ctretur ned Saturday after several theirhsginin rSaltty11e makevmoved into the parsonageVMrs Shny of Enterprise visited Mrs J M Pierco last week v Lowrencercerecti lionMime Cali 2Ji 2y anti Pc are visiting in Clark county Ro bort Toting and wife of were guests of Isaac Sund DrayHoward Moore and family leave Wed for Missouri to spend inter Mrs Bud ColIIvor hnd chlldr range City visited relatives heie last week tinJn o Ramey and Mr James Olive 11111 Itaro IUOVOd to tlio rc dence of II C Moore 55Inst o Dawson will have u sale of HpreparatoryQuite A number from Licking Union attended church hero Sun mon firstforrs Nannie hess ansi dough iter Lou wlit had been visit in rrmurs sIster Mrs Ly di go returned to their homo jn 0vingsvilfa Sunday afternoon Unper Prickly Ash Lh linv Mhad NloyMrsJJkilling Le rca will run h beef wi on M 1cc gt Mardnr i 4110 1158 heet IeIy WiiIIts9 Pearl has Sldrfey Harmon and wife of Fleming Co wore gtieats of Al VithThomaaJ Reid wife and datMdMettle attended church Eagle Sunday anti took dinner with Hush Perry and family ynSpencerRoyWblSeyUioher Sbdvife Friday d leftsviUMarinningtofl and Juraes Cain of near Vor aillee visitai Kiley handler and wife darioglast week Sstbiebu1tyf jgtone returuod home 5w Htona will spand Sirweek here LlckinfirUnlon Sam Sparks went to Owing avflheilu lustSutijfday on special bU nets Joe anti D M Cogswell went tobu OwlngsvjHe Ust Friday on bush ties ErnoskJhnon wept to Gi nnS City last Thursday witha mule team on business Bro S L Porter closed a series of meetings Inet Friday Rhu large attendance andgood order JJ W McKinney moved lust M ondiiy nd Tuesday to ii In m hera recently bought on Lickin- gS river fo miles below Suit Lick boMC Jo thean thdat St Sunday to tile now pastn li reachro 4VoMil 1ieto a thatrft interest of locaLwlStsidcrs S n thenrlydiedCo In a well every few daysIto il good producers There th wischines seven of which are In Opelo Alon regularly iS SxVoy Jennings moved lat tTliurs jjay to the WflI Jones farm ho bought one year ago Clifton Da vis moved into the house yncoted by TrojrvyFeHlOs Ivnsli in jntjio house tWt Scott moved in lI1IPXQfI1ITt4si4ar- WU id or iiftCci ho owned th ScottovsIIiedfl 1- i c t 4S I t i Springfield 0 Friday SpruttVa8 in Mt Sterling J John Triplett visited Mrs Waller Boyd Monday night uers are fI rough cutting tobacco aiul are hw v cutting corn iMrs Jljllershurax III viiIt Vi llirnt r Mesdames Spratt anti Jiinies Jones returned home froni Louig yule FridaJ dMrt Ivatio lloyd and Liitio Sterlitidaiyg bu Tirerleyfrom J M BigstufFe farm to Mrs Will gOoBodysses Fannie Glover Sail in nnd Lida SmatherR were the guests of Mrs Sarah Tiiomas Wed iicsdnj night and Mrs John Hall returned Thursday from Mason conic a iero they were called by of ti near relative CraigsTheJob nniu Craig sold to Willie Sexton n cow for 25 F F Warren and wife went to daughter Mrs Wrights on n visit Stlcy erendainedthing looks green It fall grass Rood sincWoandPrestongan Teal and Dave Gondpis cvitIlIrouimesBrother Alfrey will preach here day night boforo the third FStitId ny anti on Sundty following Frank Wells while lifting a log out of the why of his hug near Fanners hurt his back and lib is ve maryciRo bert 0iand Miss Prui lie guesPreacherwish them longand happy life fiwish to correct a mistake in right glumdidnor I Jimnedrtck I never have heard y of the women lighting in this place and hut very few men There was none of the women from ortiltS sdistrictOdessaitMrs Ben Groin of IIillaboro vas the guest of friends and relnil hero the last gMrBible as th EmeSatuIainqJose idphollr hero and guest of his sister Wpj Barber Monday a tv eeIt J JaBlast Mrweekmon thsold Kinjhorjificolt for Q Ill1arrt i1Ion who wont Hoopston III f some two weoksago retu rnedbrne 1v week very mi ichSIdissa i4 5ith Illinois r AftfCTsen sold four fat- S 10 F P Hendrix last week Jht 2o and one flTdox at 1 6 J B Don aIdsa sold atHntFsteerB to cai itt 2 rM7nd Mrs Atrtj1j dau gIr of near the Fie on ounty Amanda IvcrnswereguCt Mrs Lucy liurrO rid littles Fra d hive tsl lajefT athereupper White Oak echoolhouso on urday night Oct 10f proceeds for the benefit of thieebool jalt reb by putting pump inwe J Frank Jones sold a south fat jEteer to JWSnedogitr at 200 ret hundred Frank also sold three v head of aniallliojjs averaging about too Ibs to Jos II WUwn Satur y at 4c 8 y Mrs Hawkins of neat Sharps rg who was mentioned hentder cer diaboutwell The cancer dropped out last week and IB now hooling The longlookedfor gentle l tsr of rain fell here Sunday iiighit L It begun raining about 8 oclock and continued most all night with out stopping but twice and that fqjf but a short while and was still or rather ehugyTlje school election Sntirday th the upper and J wer blispjsk dletrhctH SCheelected without opposition At luleItlU VA Suetlegar svoro t O1j sing eniidldMtCB SneQcgnr wits d by six majority Little Miss Mary IL Tonoclonop c eariiId c1utihter of TI i act as a birthday j4IJnt on the tjy of her aunt MsfMrs JOhn H Jonlft nico quilt at was little K rmidwothier Jones live years ago Theyaullt ii a aCThrtell enroLl for nd iooca IIe- no Unew1hIyet Clmriiyfiiddle and wife adn s e cndIhtockstarted Sunday afternoon for CarI lisle to tak the train M nnda5I g morning for Ohio to spend thi 0 WIfl t ttegojarog on to i pritig Mrs ElnGariier and two sons alsdgr t tarttdrt the came l tittC J r Obin to iirjke ir hIr- iir 5jil nennliv nud noig i TS tiWit lIIcncL A i co rain hero Moiuiay Mflrzu jag j IJry Highly tvImoiCn 3 floor ly CiIeiuieGross is bcginningto greed up from last weeks rjn Unclii flea Well is v ry fat with fever ills arm Alex is Bottie bettor C John Yarbroiigh undmn I able to get around hough both site very woiik Ins Bohnnnon n well for apt visiteIitrnanplenty 41 water ore company is sinking u well They found u vein d ore have nut 3jfociii noV water vet rite school election passed oil quietly hero very lIttle interest manif hugesteded tru aec From reports there was an rni mated iico at Polksvillo between Oliver Maze and Flanignn plenty of whisliy cud lots of gush used ball games hero have turned out to outsbtins to Ho a resort for drunken el lows who wnnt to shoot and terror ize tho poopio Wo Pops are fighting for theRef urn4or the rule of the poopioy are us come ont on the wI4nrd s siqe get out of your old bodyrsedThere seems to ho no nov devoir opnientB in the oil liuaineps nt Sail Lick though in a well thi lied4n Win DickersnnH farm they wop gh a vein of somo 20 c ay twelvo feet below the suV face cttSOl mpia- V B Swnrts nnd tviIiwere in Onringsville Saturday Miss May HomphiL runt SiflIJthy ke her homo in Mt terline Miss Melissa CreeofBe Oaknthree Geonuoiitbt Will Johnson of L Junction was hero Saturday and Sunday John L Jacksiirtls out IsgalUMafter being confined to his room b weeks Mrs J K Jackion was tho guest her sister Mrs James arncizI Owingsvillo Sunday 5S i e9Tit o box supper waVwrsll attend unclboxes MoryLydu visited Miss Cioil tlcWofson rday night and Sunday May the 3 ycurold riitugh Mr and MrsUiuhunl Cosii is very ill with pnuv iiniu s Dora Cook of OwinysvillH he guest of her sifter Jilrs ckciot several duTif t H CU and Mrs Jail J- aiit il f1 jr ilr iint rItttimurne Onlci family visited Cox cam home from Vfih after a wed e isit rVrr rn Bailey viscd SuUon nrr Salt Lick Satthy riighLs JJ W Razor our njttgU tt t8vlngsvliie Saturdtv tiIn busi us li lip raincallediz ago t Is r OfMrrhotere SuudAy Mortnn Statonttrd j Ist au tishled David Ston t sti iui nd bziturday Lulls Norriii o a t Lick vilul Sarah Worltma JI it sister ftS tivesSarahelo l Miss Lillio Sofrell Is EOniC belt W R itazors Hul Is it CttCiSi iirnnd Saohilswagonlns wish Mr I looda J UStco vlecIpn nt11I ccltik IW1 tissed off qtiiethibat ur JMiss EdL9 olksville iif s I IJo i1irylooking ihey acid their bcstl JCr in w4r tende H afterafeloww 1rreiIIOCaflUand i1 r iJs fartedciiiI g rm rain1ijylt y hids Sitho te eh gSit l mii imam in1 inui thieBothoVp IJtiy left Monday for Chiil1 iVJilnlitt mi mist lest IlioSivAvJill I lationnu4lMrs Clifton Hnzelriggof Frank fort i Slcr1tsJoj 011kiiand beautiful dwelling on Will son Aontiyi- ijbljro S P BuJrd and wife of Carlisle daughterMrsMi wssesd T W Ewing and wife Owingsville last week Mrs Ruth Dodsworth loft day for her home in Cincinnati fBMr very ithimitchvisiting her mother Mrs Susan Lane Tc visitendaughters spent several days Mt Sterling last week with Martin Raniey and other relatives Will rrumbcv and wife of Nich Co spent ni zhit with his f Sundatherleave faml WilyWilliam Beard of Nicholas was buried at old Gilead church lust relu sisteiveto its last restingphi tee Will Peters Jr bought the store houso of James Emrnons last week fur tinven hundred dollars Mr Peters will put in n stock of ture and undertaking ns soon ns the house is vacated by J M Gos lato CroieBranch was the guest of the of Sam Shuliz Fiidoy D StOceej the clurk5Lye Crouch and fnmiy of White were guests of Mr and Mrs rge Garner arid Sun trusdayThe threeweeksold of LiFra repankSutu therdaySgiril a plusrsters wore guests of Mrs Dee Rod tier tagFridayttzin Prickly Ash Mrs Wash McKinns van anti children of near Reynoldsville were guests of the of their anders W E Atchison ofahtLick wns the tnzt of tho fwmily of Sum Shuliz Saturday nitflit nul flf ont Sunday with her eisiur Mr bi IYiuiccMrs Kiln Hamilton nnd daugh ters were giiojis of the family of their undo Martin Jones and wife PtTJ nteudd Edur Dawi t here Itrato thither Toy ai 4 fnttiul throuh THE Ir5515lit riiwiriij ho never htd the fijrvis ease v T pi1 largIIriiv pfriiuhed ihu bust Biblo sermon fa Cannane SIIfl larglayElder Joseph Jones of White closed a weeks meeting hero day night with much good done Iiu tho cause of tho Muster There were eight baptized and seven re claimed Elder Jonea is a very Mo miiiiptor of the Gospel He ofOwingsville Trelaohaeetibousing5wee in A forbsforo Jin J i Hedricltftnd wife visited Sarah Whuitou aU ti family it thiebegen45rZUfling yvt We t to t lavu thinstotkW T Atchison wife and uni contrnnveral d yslast weakviei Lung ruin lines Ichael Hedrick wife liL T r li r onlSjsiuiu ama of Sunday the muolVico and wife went Satavety to visit the formers brother State Joseph Vice and family of near many FJemingsburg Mr WeIiethieDaumhiurtv die visited Tb inns Iiiughior anyo near Sherburje day stren John Todd and rvjfo of Sunset and the ptet6auigueate r lzinuegassur ln and family Sunday arid atnil flIYdnoon pletn aboUIcr of near ile gtioot of his slat tr MrssS Crah nnd S Httlounduyamntttendod ti pray meeting here tglvea It A big P ministman of ont viciifttv on bo n roadas rboutbiscrops jast weekm f saw ncorn Is rissehinI would raise licat4str0p pu a Married S ipt 30 Josop Fn slpno lit M Iss Sallie Likos JXe brttj fjUie big oldest laughter ot Mv LV said th Like8 mid is o pretty n1ztyou yi5urg lady tV yo inted frth the gni at vag iI j linytaityQf th1Cog Ck 0 tS iMini cereitt 1FIiWItttetihome of f upper a nntibcRt wishes are extend to this fynppv couple The nt tcudanls wre Miss May Bradly of irnocousiut of tho bride nnd lirolhr of the brideAtGtrooKS Jack Ilutton fiB elected nchool trustee Saturday G W McCormKk of- nshore Menifce Saturday IIISev eral from htye attended nt Owingsvillo Mondar MonD wSWednesday aud Thursday had a shower of rain and Monday morning ss Tvfii i piSGeorgo Craig of Mon lIce Co d relatives here Sutu rdayuflent inMr Harry Kifoli and laugntbr of Olympia is visiting relatives here Johnnie Johnson visit edrein tives at Creek Saturday and ilayllson Hcndrix fc Co shipped lund of cattle to Cincinnati CoSatu rdaytiar3II as vii tiled her r Mrs V111 Nixon nt Salt from Saturday until Monday H W McDermott and Mrs 110lOfl Irmn and daughter of Olympia visited relatives here one day last week antiM rs Sam Johnson and Mrs Mnrtbn Tapp lionweak largeIps tho Basin of ndustry Lexington HoraL A day or two ago the common k of the Steel Trust reached at that price tho dividends de od last year which were A per cent would make this stock bring over 26 percent Apoording to the circular issued by Henry Clews giving tho earnings of this t last year it earned twenty seven millions for sinking tune and irs the hiv1 Citypreferredcommon stuck and t cur Bri1overeramethir btythis two questions bel rt ttkodtag by e aurpverywhat has caused this almost in credible decline that octipricebuy this stock We have seen no answer to the first the answer to the second given by one of too New York dnilies is that ns lung r9 the liNt fiiimlm un iwer InhirIIi trN sork fr in fhoir inorIn Iithyei Tiifiii8 Vhit the si LrsLThe properties hey tecl Trust vhi ittlnitthey will ptelytan nt products iii J ilit profitable priest If theiTproduct not bo readily y sold at reasonably profitable riccehetr4Cer the production the costlier- productstime more deplorable L t heir finnicinlcnnditi and the raoro speedy will bS their insolvontmni cy Our readers may recall u state raent published some days ago that orders to steel and other amounting to over two hundreddish millions of dollars had been cancel cd during the past sixty many enterprises either detcrmhmtesq ed on or already inaugurated hero been postponedor abandoned What tion these facts have to this endousTdechImie and the decline other stocks we know not limit the ngcountry all its pending harvest to make evutrici cry section fairly prosper clue The foundation oftill Crfp3 Thofn our crops are fairly good andthe mand a price which is reason moo titan the cost o prodtic there in not basis for nfl pen wise IndustrialeiterpriseS but for rapt business activity The crops must be transported timid lie of transportation ret oive the new andnoIron and the crops become the huimsis In or edit anti of businesu hiiIu the drouth in this section htr IS8U withos us large and cmi uiuts towelfa hunlrda of million 9 and Its benefits will bt other defepresume that in this sectionBuch ntucky there has elrem bcn 9 t ime when the oive nnc gth ofnil thur cor uomatonpUruien business firms rind men was so ed and their capacity to meet roes liabilities and carry on success fPetheir undertakings more com So far as we ore concerned ing credited neverifnrnnluurrj jit Va11 bree that not o unimportant and hadatu possib effect t light tcstableAcrrEucer was one day wdIkirig along nearly 1heycrowdirmahI dog in the J ertyWhet1 lie caine up a thent the courseitllowiiig qu JStion ofare you loliug to the Aiifff VVhentle bcy said VIioer er tollsgest lie wins it O1 iuohhing emoinister ittW su prisedlittLe boyafoj WhlOfl l wasu told a lie TJioroenc j1 t whIle until oneofIU50 thmxrt tS iF jtdZl ir 5cdd e r2XsefqIr 5q7 I qiSS r 4J WENDRE PAiRtW g SHOES Less ThanActualCost 4 C COONS CO Sam ParksteisonoLectngtonCourta n editorial of some daye wo referred to the convict as tried and convicted blackmail mid who is now vSundayap was gate of one ph Ifce unions 11mm isbabiitIhrvlan wro to go some or corpo ration and demand a of money with the tIn PLuto Creekwouldwo uld be hollowed by a strike He collected many thousands he ordered several strikes the men suffered untold privations he lived like a lord drinking champagne for Ordinary beverage and spending gains with reckless and cuareo extravagance UB was indicted and tried convict d sentenced to the peahen and is now out on bail log h openisAt City is in scat ion the IntonmtionalAiSociution of time un to which he belonged and ho is thec Iongluiefdelegateiatlu bo controls that nesombly His sent was mtested because the president of the union revo okedght by an overwhelming mn y and is now the leader of this influential and heretofore nidat respectable branch of organ tied labor Th mineiswageearnen of New York millions i1 w tAnguasuspendcdcalled lions Itrefusedmail the c givenupuenel oiesJet he is honored and iIroi tooted PARKS AS A RELRESaNT rmvaIloJ From the Nei YorkTii hat the proceedings at inkaiustsSa in the annual convention of International Assneit lion Sagere regarded with appr liension uildor and till for whc Ito build oporations have interoi- m1Ityha stlsnns uising Peurki person very little to do with thus Inrm hditbio because plonlila lug liiiediLhrtnunallon be is recognizedas u repj 9enntivB of this ClnSb ot ak r hi4pIliey Is- uriuuiurtcei1 i 4e4Ar Ii4 t 4- 4c nt- 4 m mm m n ruVPlcon tliroughiuitie the r of I jrheb ra neh of the biiildirg tr ides tiIe to him and wbi t tie repCrre8cnts eoriuiiBly There is nothing humorous in the situation Prk f eP r dic caseof mdc icy niiil onesty a convieteit hi aekmaiK 1a nds ostage of justice under boavJ bail inay have ue brettthing out tbrcg5 in ires TRumablyhonest workingnten toot to consider the interests of the tiprinciple for which Purks t he symptom of an t eluuurhatuijsni is quite another matter but take thuttsoriouslyIs the thing to properII u election of Juts candidate forBoth Presidency of the International botheIt would imrnedlat dis the intornationniuni 0 and rchevothe situation of the most OflO 5carriprlA organization of the structural workers will u once be New York the detorminu employing builders to I is the only one they can reach =regard to their interest withhave which dudTheatedanan 3 reelected Parks and UDlon will ho exooramuhlcatedth e Now v IIotee smithsSea tv iII take Its phute Either ativo promises to end the ca o f urkas a delegate as aOlive entntlve Very hit le uJvnnFIuterI woulcl come to MM from fight Sorou tside the unuon with IsdU following which he could FBrmer lo ng hold together Tb- lofed only Salt le position for the ai Qlrmpift employers is to continue uuchVFCSIO ns is forced upon them until StepRtone conditions are ro eat Ewington MtStehothompatare without resources indhedges of them aura in desperate Thin IP unfortunk t- o3IVinclie but it is the result of aline Pnfconduct of their own eho haycback hap I Qtvlrning thqfi Agent H For one from whloh they stvytetilfcrlngj tfeero is very iA 5t1l- S 4 to doubt how they wilt sbe wn interest rrt agoflo riD A V VThe f ofnotice is posted in Pro6pcj JS Rand ayay 2tRetd Vttahf mihui r legs vita libtek he- nny pot1ydntprinaji e flpays inc live iaior AiiBoa JiTree Mile behint D pridge Bear Louisville Post TnB IBHIIMANS LITTxUCflargressi ian Cannon tells thla mum dent io tbecarficr of a witoutter in bi8 d8tricti An JrJahiamrfUBdto tfeis man and a Jcetijf thiire frua a letttr for- thim 4Atthe postmnaaterL afld i abTfat iettertoo There eleven cents duo on it WelIsaid the Irishman Ju4 J it nnd read it to rao wiilyouWy My e dUcat1ai was neglecttfdin utjr youth The letter was sweaty Uftgifc t buttbo posttaasor rend it lfi through out loudSJ iuet read it again ealifiAIrish man whea ho endud nnJySt bliging the postmaete Then the Irishman ecraied him head and p idt Bow muoi Is thie on lies Eleven cenm Well keep her shoa nonlf of J said the 1ribman Sbe dont belong to me nd hsf walked off J f TDS TOILS orTUK WIBX Box M Man overteiephOneLcac you two tti te seats In Gceo 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