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the intense from ripening fields and budding flow er gardens and drinking in the boauties of the landscape that splreacf butbefore her in all di jections Hot a sqund disturhed the stillqess pj lQe early morn save now and then the whistled salutation of some winged meG senger from the heavens Suddenly a 1in1ivt cad ce floated tbrpngtitbe open window whore t ldfsat atid caught her lis teoiiig ear It was different from any song she had ever heard but that it was some wildr birds cry she was convinced Directly her face became illumined with intelligent apprecia tion Jind8fe exclaimed Q Mr listen to that rain crow And thus it was that Balaams favorite steed wa recognized Und the music gfhl voice not wasted on the desert air e t iI was highly en MATniMQrf I and amused x t the Otter day by the conversat1ouof- Several girls wbOjhaye Jjust laid aside dolls and stepped into the qoqdTheund ono girl expressed her surprise that a certain lady should have chosen the man she did for her part she woid i have see ted rplite a different Style After that came the deluge Each girl give a vivid word picture of her ideal man and considering their yputh their thoughts on the subject were decidedly mature The style or man liar seemed most popular was the tall dark hand some variety charming in man ner and perfectly andenthelv devoted to the woman be should marry Or course there were variations of the styleaccord log to the taste of the girl who was painting him For instance oce wanted hiai jlust a bit of a tyrant especially about her dress Becauseills she naively remarked 1 am so apt to he careless at home and curl papers and Mother Hubbards are not jecomingV Another wanted bIb entirely lackiog in temper and selfassertion A vivacious t nottmonotonous as life without a fuss iow and then ahd she liked a man who stood up for his rights and knocked somebody down it ne didnt get thejc ILMUSINQ They are telling a 11 good one ona young attorney nOLIapossesses all the Kentuokians love for a fine horse The other day he purchased a magnificent leal1inibed animal and brought her home and fastened her in thestable Then he went down street and proceeded to arouse the green eyed monster in the bosoms of his colleagues by Dragging of the good points in the animal ho had just purchased After he had gotten the envy oft th4others stirrepp to the prop er pitchi he went home and find ingjbehorse loose in the yard hesaddled her and canteredaboutt town in order toshow her off to tbeboys By and by it dawned on him that the animal was not heItKptfght fHofdid pot like the tQTokof her and she did ntft ride as eaiy ass migbt Some wDatollsapp intedL4 hfi curtailed BaTffieWhiIe taking the sadi dleTff he discovered a large sore offhecfcaclf rV1ll h hacarel fully doct6redwith everythingi j atXandvandtbeil led her tender ly tocher staifc Fo bisj amaze tUMitti befjuuaA11otb r horse1 occupying the place He began to think there was something wrong with the wheels in his bead but there stood two horses the one he had bought and the one he had ridden He turned pale it the thought of being ar rested as a horse thief and began to repent using so much liniment and ointment on somebody elses animal A few minutes later an irate neighbor came by and demanded his horse which had broken from her pas ture and strayed into the young attorneys y ard We advise you Mr Dawyet to her after get bettor acquainted with your chattel and dont go to taking free rides on your neighbors stock Can you give me POINTED r tlpation regarding a book called Trilby was asked uS by a young lady tho other day We Lave beard of this book and find it has ben widely read throughput the country Written by a young man named Moriarty it is an ordinary tale of a shameless girl whose only dress was a G A R badge and a pair of slippers Occasionally she discarded the latter She carried milk about the streets and smoked cigarettes Ben Brush the famous fruiter was named after her favorite melody Ilyoqare still an unsophisti cated maiden I would advise you n ittd read the book as it is awfully wicked Here ia another which we are asked to decide Is it proper to allow a young man to kiss me after escorting me home This is a very complex question all depends upon the young IiI It he has taken you to the th ater at the cost of 5250 this estimate includes car fare be probably loves you and it would be perfectly proper to allow him to kiss voa But if he has only escorted you to a lecture or has itaken you to a strawberry and ice cream supper he should be promptly tprned down in such a manner that it will be im pressed upon bisi memory One cant be too careful about these things my dear girl and we are glad you wroto us Next One afternoon late FLIPPANT lady and sooae friends went to a fashionable place of resort not a yery loop distance from here to take sup per The hour was early and they secured seats and a table at the enl of a shady veranda The had hardly been seated when a pretty girl beautifully gowned in white with blue riboons adorn ing her hat and gown and ac companied by a giraffelike fellow sauntered along and after hesitating awhile took a seat at the table next to tbe three ladies The sympathy of the whole com pany was soon arousefl for the protty girl for tha fellow with her instead of paying her atten tention devoted his entire time to listening to the conversation makingIthem as they ate on and paid no attention to him He was so bright so full of wit that a sim pIe request to pass the chicken or butter convulsed him with laughter In the meantime the jtoor girl sat there silent blush leg with shame and casting glanpes at the little party close by as if to say please under stand that I do not favor this You havebeard of the little boy who Vfished to appear wicked so he coed his hat on the side of head smoked a cigarette and said darn it and the bluff made by this flip young than to pass himself off as a gentleman was equally as vain That pretty girl shOuld get a book oteti quette and teach the escort that the gray hairs of aU elderly woman entitle bet to respect and surely he innst hate bai a mother once himself if not then as thewag replied to the idiot who remarked lam a seff made man Sure thin an ye spared theTLorda great responsibility intIaMand indadoJ WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock seed or grain wanted or for sate or exchange inserted in this umn or Farmers foriIJubllcaUon Complaint of the chintz bug are coming in from this county In same sections they havo played havoc with the corn and wheat r t The orchard grass crop is about ready to harvest and it is estimated by the bent judges that the crop will bo from a half tdJi twothird crop Wo know of one crop sold at 8125 per bushel Oldhara Era t t t A prominent ad observing Clark county farmer told the Winchester Democrat that among the many causes of hard times is the fact that too many men waste a thousand dollars worth of time in raising a seventyfive dol lar horse t Gentlemen posted on tho cattle trade agree that in the future from 1000 to 1300pound cattle will be preferred for export or homo consump tion to the 1600 to 1700pound cattle The smaller cattle nro1 now bringing from 25 to 35 cents on the hundred Stanford Journal J t t Sol VanMcter who is the largest gatherer of bluegrass seed in this county says that tho crop this season is only about onetenth of an average The price is 35 cedts from the stripper Mr VanMeter gathered about 7000 bushels last year and will not get more than 1000 from stripper thlsLox ington Gazette t t Marion Sparks of Saline county Mo owns a mule which he thinks tho largest in the country Ho says it is 21 hands high and weighs 2000 pounds Israel Hunton of the State of Ohio lIe18aYlthirteen inches high I The American Horse Exchange in destroyedbyble horses perished in the flames Tbe lo3Bi9 estimated at 200000 Among the losing owners are John Spradley Kentucky forty horses worth 821000 and Warwick Hudson three horses worth 1800 t t t The condition of tho oat crop shows marked effect of the drouth Many counties report the crop a failure throughout while in others tho rains during the latter part of May are reM ported hs having a wonderful effect in reviving the prospect especially is the latersown portion being benefit ed In the western counties the crop is in a normal condition The condi tion over the State averages 69 King Rene the notedshowring trotting sire is dead at Ashland near Lexington King Reno was 21 years old Ho was a black horse sired by Belmont dam Dlnndina by Mambrino Chief Ho was never beaten in a show ring and had taken mqre prizes at St Louis and other groat fairs than any other horse in Amorjfcjr Besides his exceptional beauty tvo had distin guished himself as a sire of thirty three trotters and one pacer in the 230 list titt f The apple crop is not quite as boun tiful aa it was last year but it is large this season The owners of elder mills are busy getting them ready to grind apples into tho sweetest of beverages and those who have not yet bought presses are preparing to do so Not as many apples will he shipped this year as last because they are not One as they were but the apples for cidermaking ore very plentiful deed and will be sold as cheap as they wore last fall when theywere shipped away from Breckinridge county sta tions in three and four carload lots itThe corn crop is the only exception to the general complaint of crop dam aged by drouth An excellent stand was obtained and the crop generally speaking is in the very advanced stage for the season In the central and eastern portions of the State the crop has made steady growth during the drouth while in the ab ence of the usual wet weather inter ferenco with work the crop has re ceived unusual good cultivation up to tho beginning of tho rains Since that time It is beginning to show tho need of work In the western counties where the rainfall has been more bountIful dUrlgcAp1il and May the late excessive rams kayO put the crop in bad condition aa regards cultlva lCpoxtrtho t and weeds It ia also being badly damaged In lowlands by overflow Reports still show an nnuVualiargo per cent of 1895crop still IiTfarrnors hands vThe condition over the Slate averages I t 1 THEY ALL LIKED IT INolson Record The Illustrated Edition of the Springfield NewsLeader baa arrived at our desk It contains ten pages printed on fine book paper with illustrations ot Washington county numerous enterprises and andsketches of the lives of her prominent citizens A group of young lados adorns one page offering conclusive evidence that the atmosphere of Wanhincton county is pecuharliarly adapted to beauty fLomBvillo Times The Springfield NewsLeader has issued a beautifully printed and ably edited illustrated number devoted to Washington countys enterprise fair women and prominent citizens It is an exceedingly creditable piece ot newspaper work Danville Advocate A BEAUTY The Springfield NewsLeaders illustrated supple ment was a thing oi beauty Marlon Falcon Tho Illustrated Springfield News Lender ia on our aosk It is print cd on fine book paper and has ten pages devoted to illustrations of Washington countys prominent people their enterprises nd indus triest Sam Carpenter Elliotts characteristic and happy style as a coutity historian is evident bn every puire The typogrnpical work of the number is admirable rllarrodsbnrg Sayings We are in receipt of the Sprng field Nc Leaders souvenir art supplement It is a beauty and a credit alike to Baothcr Davidson t9 Springfield and to Washington county Todd Connty Progress The Springfield NewsLeader did itselfgrcnt credit in its recent illus trated edition Historically and typographically it was fully up to tho standard of such newspaper work Hartford heraldIThe Springfield News Lender of last week contained splendid illus trated historical and industrial supplement which was a threat credit to tho paper fQrnyson GazottcJ The Springfiele News Leader has issued an illustrated ten page supplement a boom edition whipb is a credit to the town and printers as well Many much less credit able editions have been issued IP the cities for similar purposes Fairviow Review The Springfield NewsLeader got out an illustrated edition last week which did it great credit In f1ctI in point ot workmanship was superior to anything wo have scon in that line It would hayo aone credit to a metropolitan paper Ills Second Misfortune Hero is a story that ono of the Southern members of Congress vouches for A young roan one of his constituents applied to linn for a 1000 clerkship The DlcmI ber secured the appointment but the day before the constituent was to be sworn jn ho came to his Rep rescntativo in a troubled state ofI mind and said- Colonel I hav had 5125000 loft me ban aunt and my stars just think what 1 have to go through againLet mo congratulate you said the Representative No dont do that said the constituent you dont know what you are congratulating me onIYes 1 do said tho member hfor now you can live without workingIColonel said the distressed young mnnhI may as well toll you Sovcial years ago 1 badJ 8100000 left me by another aunt and it took me ncaria year to spendil After I got through Ijhad to go to die hospital for six r rhdrtKs to get ovgf tire eitccts of tiiy ilissiipation rjue fensbn I cmo to seoyou today asttfr ftV yqtit9 ptha1a e form o t1tlr splinil iutI t1rtnon Yitsthngtpn p fti 1C CORRESPONDENCEBLINCOE Froui Our Regular Corrcepohdert The season is variable so much so fa this section that the corn crop is yet doubtful wheat crop almost an entire failure chinch bugis prevalent and doing much damage to oats corn and did much tor11in the wheat Most farmes are through plow ing corn in pur vicinity and all are wishing Lot rain corn and gardens arc needing refreshing showers Hi don and Cotton bought quite a number of lambs at 4 cents per pound for July delivery in this vicinity Mr Henry Mattingly returned last week from Indiana wherth- has been for tome mouths past William Brrnt wife and little daughter viske John Edeen on Sunday last Miss Theresa McCullom visited Miss Edna Booker this week The little two year old son of Tom and Lula Kidwell who has been very sick for several weeks is convalescent Miss Omis Simms an accom pUshed and highly esteemed young lady of Holy Cross after a lingering illness died a few da stigo The bereaved parents and family have our sincere sim P thy The Common Comments are on hand and are very entertain ingas all liter ry affairs are of any merit Mrs J iB Qsbprn together with a few friends from Louis vile cpates1l1ttendioA Lo retto exhibition Tuesday tile 23 She will thee make a protracted visit to her parents near here Miss Bottle Nunan of Fenwick visited the family dfWm Fillat reau Saturday and Sunday last Most of the students from the different Boarding Schools have gotten home and are enjoying their much needed rest There is quite a stir at present among the teachers and trustees in theselection of teachers to fill the various public schools which will soon be opening Our Church at this place was tilled compactly on Sunday Father Buckman held short and impressive service We hope to see a general rous ing up of the NewsLeadet re porters It seems there his been a stanantlethargy among thomWu like to hear fromI them alt when we road onrcoun ty paper I canpbt hope to be entertainingt hue am setting the exampleof trying The Jackson sulphur well near here is being patronized and1 and bighhly commended by many persons AgnlsI o Your Boy Woiit Live a Mouth So Mr rtilmnnTJrowndf34 Millatroot South Gardner laM was inld b p U doctoro Ills son had lung trouVIc fol towing typhoid malAria and losseiitI three hundred nnd BovtntyHvpdollara with doctoiB who ltsaIIv gnvohUnnp wylng Your boy onthoq1ontI Ho tried Dr Kings New Dlscoyery and n few bottles roatorcd him ro health and enabled him to eo to work a perfectly well man Ho says ho oweS lltlSplCSQlt good health to the of Dr KlngiNey i Discovery and knorait to bo the brstln the wor1l for llung trouble Trial hot tics free at llaydon tt itobortsonV drUg- store JnKentuckyclasses for geldingaat the fairs this fall Geldings good buodgb for the showyard are generally a searcccom- modity Jn entn Qky about fair time but the iarmerBjHome Journal an flounces that enough bo fonnd thIs year to mhke ahinlereaflnfT exhlbltjf the prpper cla8eaLre gidvi1ed Fir managers In tbo Blwegraefl State wbo fall ro provide adiqxiatei classifi cations fpr saddle hprsef are certahjly blind t9 fheltf 6wii IntereBt for the galted hO1- 4thcilt uhabjdbfedly fufnles oltfaeflotf inta Wsfcck e t1oiatho fzdi Jn ttbbba6iwealth milp difd iWrl1r lief vidclot 1i4a in ftve lo1dtl IIDBUiuhrtL atl11hrtsht F iiEas w tksr nwitili rt Ideraj v t 1jrqeo Wjen ths ej 841Ea1cezo ie Ein r w1 latn celvcs hili ary quarterly la kdvabci Tfiq inibn diffr0TitfunotlonarIcsj Ioq and Js nftotwar4placoa in rt air1cttownIthigatheop ed Soridhhncs iAftr Qbjjdt been placed lnjhoeb1clpfbo inin- tcr of finance of the empirel ndo the Kingdom pboar tberioala 9f heir rcepootivo oflicca tQ lho dQorjntl accompany the minister of the roy nl household in hja carjiago t ttio palace the alrwlwltbcis 5lowipgJBimediQtebebi is actually deposited In ihovatilts of jXiId4doissign the rceeptj 7Jiloli jkro m dg onCInfhoiiaindpt WflbolinIlexr and William Imperatbr1 respob tivolyoneljalf ci the snni being do gdalEf empireTwofunotjcn orioa receive their pay trat although iho emperor rcooivesliia salary Ta advance not Quo of tbo cm ployeosia similarly favored s6 ibatf tho emperor is praotlton ahvay thrco months beblnil ib Ihcrpay list of his household Thg 6nry crcei tloii which tho emperor makes is in fai rOt his bonsort whoge pet Bonnlallowanco of 200000 per an num ia paid to lair quarterly iV ad vance 1 Mno gi oicpurt nrb ftre flibsalariessolown ht that of JJcr Mn thes callodjpat IgIar1C having to satisfy themselves rcltb a pi Tonco of 2000 a year whflb Ihot 1D nIstorbimsolfreoevt3O0c- This isnotsu9nisthgivIeh tbP nor moos niu JbQr iscvdflgiro- ontho pay roHis rakcn Ifltpopnsld eration For Instance fhero are nd- lesstban COP houscmaida rintf 1800 lIveried foobnen Every serVant jingti of low is entitled to a ie sI- onterworkingintbo tl roynHlrds 1 lt for 20 years r Ovor and beyond the civil list rb coivcd by tho emperor from thet treasury of the empire and that of The kingdom ho draws njtni tho war 0 dopartmntfulaaar1efo if Jerent military tbmmwids hovasj snmos As oomnVander in cfifcfor pointlugcr that regiment which has fberc ppon tho right to style itself ther Je9t1aottb that Ijol bas ihuW uonoved rcglmentln the nmncnomay foko it forlgrHAtod thAtrtt onf fls anady dition tolls incomo intho Ihfipo of a colonela yQDt nilo rAncea Jfn asmuo asattho present moment he holds tbo bolonoloy of somo ficTdifr brunt regiments It will reajiilyip f soon that this constitutes npnooti nthoJ witb them forngo aUdwaiioes for nbouOOborse2 II t tJioompcroiisoxpooted thu ynriotiSP1 mbarsof iilsariilIy lInt this is noto JieaW Jfanonltfiiif pnro ff5 brotherPintu Ilciiry and his Brother ihlavr JPrlnce Jroclj erio1tc Leood11Iiavo llebfflbritedfteimonso private fortunes iidfiro practically indopendcnt ofany l1t jowancoy whilo the ojiljy jpthci lybces of B6 house Prfn 8Albert OfBu swick tho 2ThnCOAl oxandor and thoxconfrisyd1tlcnt- cdPrbico loorgo plf ttoo etrly won nto dhigJtW t 11lndeed thoy figure among thbriohestf vtlnces ftbo1ll6d fcp =ChicagoRoogd Debt a itInaWili Tiemperor of Chinaj Kuan H6u- cannot ppJinJublib flq 1iv sfnI gr9t o kQiinled fby q walL HowakOpl fa strl- iet seolnIoui tbrou i itts yijfl4- ho doWlger fjrogont lie bad fn TOO aIt mlninturo aaodels of mefar Jrnin of carsW1dlt W8 i oxsct ostclQt tI4e rdi fl VraV rayjlt1t fnJ Chinnond oycrr toy fhaticienoe tohlInent or money jmire But ho lisa nevOr och 600 of l1ii own 1 menofwar r i1fQt Ini c reajfl ayrrisgci York fcbdgor r AT tf aailt7 TheirSo l on j4ormn pronobcd upon tlip nctiiftuhity of buman ixlstenoo 1It ovdEiitbd moraTof lifoa passing Shadow been moro forcibly put6ian 4nlPatlqsesi llion 4tWhatidftio worm to d man when his c1fo s7AWit1 uy = BoS JTranscript l3 Jri li ipososAbuttaiGrs t ta lrt axt tthothpestgexioral flhi 1II4Ja tfwant fort1aillL loift tii la3eturo Ja tf cna gciftsllvl i b IItiiiml5o treEssOi4 rl iMi i Oh trl JI jiiCojt Job D w hftSiitb- rllt B1ti1JrJti t1 r nT r CWto h i THE N WSLE DIR r ii 1t THE ltEWs1EAP THURSDAY dbNfe 25 189t E L bAVISDN JR RESOLUTIONS iTprmulMtecL and jjffeaiented to the Tjfensy IVanisi Pres bytery by iKe Elders anti l fjacons of the Springfield Presbyterian Ch tliebcca3ion r Thuon ftle resig Jithan of die ptbrV Rev Miles Sarfnders D DitCfjn ToXilE PRESBYTERY OP i FRAN rgynfANiJt will rsct JJr7iifs Y 4 It It with a ensA of the dfiep estr fcr t thak we address this i ter7joirinfc in the petition of tar telpvM Pastor Rev Miles 6iuncler DV ii t J yoo lipcor 1Able body to sevef ititt refotions ihafrhaveso 1I6rf bonbtl Mmto this church It is onhr after tlearning bat liit jis his 1Iie4d r termination to tafce thisstcpadd- deoplphagel3wtth his earnest ablcitat inddcodrI iq ii jjD hipi In this request But tn doing thl W o hshtoj Say nfiafc while hidt retions las jSuif pfcsfyjr nay BiS se nfedi noth fn Qan averAlii 0ak the ties thSt hind ujpi to us as a minister qf i Gods a Ifie4d a benefactor r and a blfeiher Jor tfiirfyaix Vearshe bas 1r bbre With ns and forzus His whole public life ii1u s beec speni Itr our midst and we bad hoped tbathte declining Tear s Would have Ibfeenf passed with the people to wnblfihfbas Endeared1 hlrntbtf fn tfjfcpuiandi- frays But haying every eon I nilenceTn his sound judgment ihV parity or his motives nn tIll desire to adlanceth Masvors eausk We feet it our duty not to oppose his earnestc desire in tbis matter- otake great pleasure ntest tfyins to the bir regard and 1 iJsteoar in tfhidfr hd tsteWT not 4only bytb fifenVbbfe at tfhis ngregatibn but by rtHeChtistI t people of this cpinnlunity RisJ learningliis abjliirv Ma prbacberi big native talent aid x batshneat Christian thought ini tbisftisounty and a tower of j Mredgttrto thisch1lhaDd the Gb ffstianrfcommumtyt at large drug a1r these rears ha has Tjb ari foundtalthful to hJs charge 5aliecnd prepared for aU emer 11n eurrlesi lt toss of yronderful mental tcarefulAcdrai hser9 galto bear li his profess t j Jona mind richly stored wit t efal k owludge Never has withouat tI t nibst careful and exhaustive f Sjoptation of his subjeot and i fcSjs evmono hjaVe ever sh6wn the Ighesfe scbb1 rsbletbemost lA uainefdith and pflrest Obrist rniiy He has labored earnestly iia3rably for his church to stim j Jna itI tqa higher Christian 2i itiffiart und tp brine it fo a higher a precmtJon of jilfq duties ans onsbillQhsldis broad Christiani charityi dud h- idal s in the faster catfse have trVised hinib pvlBdBnotninationaIt r rtrtte arid bickeringt and made film a ppJt f factor in the 1etvat1oa of pea atui1 unity janaongtti9 bpJ with whale his Wt hits beeyfy East When fn our t njphu t1rtstllie and x tg3ttprdf slbi1 Iff w hvptce bat Founselednioderation infiukIcrJCQ ourclnrcbrtfmalned4alte liistnfueigahn s al way been i cfa he stee of whatever enqbles k lfMaleaW5 His ti gh scholar t1ro hIsiibecal v1etVs bi5Po i i tioS Jp sopjljty liavepfatM hm Sri a posittorTr tdbdihelpfaiho fin all JebnditiotSlg jflfcd his pen = EVpus hand has been as ready to xelieyA 4istiesi aAhisgenial nat UuYei has beerr t01ttYHE1 confiaenc isj1 g br an hefteft nd M r cotftsel Hts B6tUB b1S4ilJ i alfagt RIlrwb0 strengthhave Wefu heel givti rf to tboso i w1i6tmhO found in need t i mafbastofindlcrncor8t ttbcuicdJtjes tbnsurrouuded fusefulcarq S SlfH Ulent m joupff ffjelids SJ r prompt to encourage and stimif late it the enificrentiDuMjence o phis life on he young of our colnrotinlt can never be cell hated fits warmhearted andI generous sympathy iwith the die tressed has made him a Velcome visitor to the homes of mourning and sorrows and his wisand prundentt counsel has lifted the shadows from many a hearthstone Sdph ores is Dr Saunders pure inhis public and private life justtaward all mod honest and immovable in hisWnvictionP o righji and faithful in the die charge of his duties Signed E S MAYES 1W F NEIKIRK Jo1rx y MAYES W A WATERS PALMER GRDNDY E B BROWNE 0 R MCELROYElders A CUNNIITGHAM T SCOTT MAYES Deacons C R McElroy signs with the understanding that he does not unite with the other officers re questing that the Presbytery dissolve the relationsof DrMiles Saunders with the people of his church The above was submitted to itbe congregation and adopted Unanimously except six persons iwhorvoted with U R McElroy W A WATERS Clerk E S MAYES Moderator Sunday May 2i 1696 HE PROTECTED HIS WIFE An l Incfdratally Gare a Itatlag on Cooxtecy to Women A roporlerwaswnDdugn1ongNew Jersey decode with on acquaintance ot his a man of or npyardv yrbon their attention was nttrpotod by aoaeof 4or15 into oo 6b wonted tho youngster to go in tho bQuse and bo refused whoreupon Bbo took hold of him and ho began to fight hor In a hiintitvthe roport ers companion was alongside and he had the box by the collar shak ing him The mother instead of taking up the fight on behalf of tbo boy as some mothers would bav done thanked the manand the boy followed her into the house That was a rlshythingyon did said tho rtor when his compon vonoder you didnt have to flight the woman sI ore ho laughed but I cnrjtbolp help lag tbo woman I dont core what the results may ba IMoStmOlJi I think fool thotway but most men nro wiso enough to keep their hands off a family row Let mo toll you holy I lea rnOdrnot torsaid tho manror perhaps rather learned to respect a mother I was op only SODan only child in spolJcdMyfatber t 15 leaving a very oleo property to my mother She was foolish wahmoney spires Sometimes more rhea that but it was all the same to me I blew in all I could got and wanted more was polite enough to other women but like a good many spoil od boys ifr did not occur to motbat my mother should Iw treated by me other women tItwasnt that I Was looking in the Bensoof gallantry for I was not it only seemed to mo that she was my mother and I had a boys right to bo impolite null rude to he When I about 24 or 25 I had dimproved very little and my motho- still treated mo as a boy and I was ruder than over for I needed more money and sbo couldnt give it to mo Well about this time sbo mar ried againone of tbo nioest mon that over lived bo was too and rich At fleet bo was qultoMiboral with me but when bo found out what kind of a chap was and how I treat bd my mother ho let upon that as began to lecture mo on my aismy stepfather about a year bo call od mo into his office for anotbor dltalk I may say hero bo was about pounds1Igbtloss in height I NoW John ho said when he badshtft tbo door and locked it fi ttnt yeforqenyour mother what Abby owed to his mother an noattoRonpdhiVaJro UeblioulirUnvo for a woman anil yon yoerNow 1 want yon to untlorstnnd this fnn different light You nro it ma ThtemywifoondInl1owno wifoosyonio thrrisb you fprfS just na I would tiny otbef man uniler lbo sumo ctunstancca Throw your coot osrthdpttinfor he reporters companion I never in m1Jd fDCL ilRifnItl J from t day fowartl the it- t doferonco And gallantry 7 owcd booltl gentlemntis wife ybcaatifnliatiithowayltegnu felt toward horns a mon should fool I15war3 his mother notwithstanding bsi Due she had spoiled him and till tho flay of her death r mover lacked in courtesy to bar and as for husband well I to thbookWashington Star 4 iacfcy Loan Count dQrsoy ono morning met Major Crsufgrtlwho made a dismal disclosure of his financial embarrass ments and announced his intention of selling iris commission and using tho proceeds to pay his debts The count interrupted him with the seemingly heartless request Then lend ino 810 pf it The major oom plied sullenly but next morning the count burst into his rooms anti emp tied out from his pockets upon the table 8750 in notes rind gold I staked your S10 at Crock ords ho explained and won this which is justly yours for if I had lost you never would have got back your loon TraIne- dVisitorHow beautifully still the children sit wells you talk to them Sunday School Teacher Yes Ive got them pretty well trained I told them at the start that every time I caught n boy moving in hjs sent while I was making a speech I wool talk ton minutes longer London TiitBits e r 4YdfttAa hartaa wayeging his toUr Little Girl still shrinking bock Yes I sac fiat that isnt tho cud Im afraid of Colliera Weekly The Aineodo IIoaonibiA- Grosbiuet boa a violent discussion with a gentleman who bas called him aparcopittG eWithdraw that expression beset Grosbirict Never I cell yon to account for it As you plooso Grosbinot simmering downOmne- now yon really must withdraw some thing All right Itsaid too other I1 withdraw upino It And Grosbinet walked offas contra as you plcaeo Lo Petit Liegooia Jobirnlo Acquires nncrwlcdcn Father wbat Is u deadlock nskod Johnnie Clmf1kwho bad rood about tbo procccdbiga of too city council ChaOlo believes in answering promptly all questions proceeding f his offspring nnd ho replied a diately A deadlock my sun la what mothers book hair Is nredo of Tex as lltftex tArtriatit CtiScogo Doy t t thedyours Wubasb Oh ho was too fly entirely Why do you know ho wkgl nn ix nlnrly every three days fur moru than a mouth by getting oft to ball games on the plea that bo wanted to go to his mothers wedding Ciucinunti En quirer Uer Metlwxl My wife is such a good mnnagor fBefore alto poos away for the sho writes mo oat a long bulletin eau know exactly where everything ia hourrrrYcsf witrh her Chicago Record The Jlaoe Always remember there is n phtoo tor everything Willie ncild tho boys mother Yes WK I kixnv where that place Lma Its a boys pocket YOn teIS Statesman DLtikadiisouttifordmet rue dny when ho had on ttpale pink necktie end wa1 carryiiij CbicagoUccord Worm Turns ITho hundred x unds of tea bllthrly Tbo denIer dana tl in unfiipocil glco And wnlllnBly hook his bend Bonn It right to tbo rtudlo pritfautbgeicpa woo ITU known duce phrlstmastldo eblppodduklppcdAnd Hnrrab tor aril Hurrah fdr biz Tocothor otr they And I shall shortly raako things whin toJorlehaaiWeouse my bank coconut to swell TilUm way up faQ filth every pfctaro that I sell ntIlltglr0 pound of ten New York WorJd gomebugpnd whop it bas captured enough themrat itslcisuro Tbo nrtof putting poll into play tnediaerogtlnlitiesioftonbegot9mor reputation tuna true merit acbiovca Hrfcbofbiisaald v HER MOTHERS WORDS J 1 tlelDR a WeU Trained OlrV the Briai FaltUfnlly Kcmembered Thom f Tho wedding had passed off with great e1IIt Tfip breakfast visIn ideal onotho brides toilet enviable rthe presents handsome and fow duplicates No hitches hud occurred Tho ring wits ready Tho bridegroom composed Tho ceremony way well rehearsed As fore bride sho was as all of her emi friends with grout originality cx prcssed it simply lovely When tho bride left to change her bridal attire for a very fobbing travct ing costume her father called tho ionnS bridegroom aside and with tears in hit eyes pressed into the baud of tho aston ishod young man a chock for 10000 Then while a concealed orchestra dis coursed the noble masio of Lohcn grin the friends gathered ut tho door with old slippers and now rioo to give tho happy pair a send off After the usual wait of unexpected length the radiant bride appeared and slowly descended tbo stairs trot cro th expectant young husband could so ills her with eager hands be was gently but firmly put aside by tho mother w hot took hex daughter apart for a fow loving Rln4tp The guests all draw away Fathe- and bridegroom went into the parlor Not for them to intrude upon that 8 cred interview too purport of whio might have much to do with shaping tho girl wifes whole future It was soon over uud tho lest parting Liss changed anti tho bridal couple were oft Did the young bride heod her moth crs parting words Didebo lay them to her heart Doing a well trained girl it wdcro tho words Marian when you sit down be cure to remember to pull your organ plaits to ono side or that skirt wont bo fit to bo seen by the time you got back New York World rateera a Oatreoeit Yon odvcrtiso in too papers this morning Enid tho pale studious look tug oallev fur a cook if I inistaho not sir answer OK of tho pro prlctora of tho flist class rcstsrarant Rave yon any rooomzaeixla And if I remember rightly yon ea Must bo a master of tho art Salary object to tho right man Do I quote yon correctlyT yes What roforcnoca con you giv o None M all sir I need no refer cnoea yob yon dont wed any How many years experience bavo yon had an a professional cook U have had no oxpcticnco whatever afl a conk sir proicssioua or otherwise I bavo merely rolled in to observe that when you say ealjiry ia no objoct to right man you convoy a wrong imp res sion and fail perhaps to uxprou your exact inomiing If yon secure the right man you will Stud that tint Kilary is his solo object That iR all sir Let us be aoonrato if wo dont catch using la clam Good dlYlChicago Tribquo od9aspsnoool too sasponso of too book te something awful but all ends well of OOQrnr Y5f Yon yrjn sec tho hcrolno is stctually about to tx married She is own at tl 1altar It pcejixa 09 if nothing our ist her vb n sbo is suddenly struck by lIhjljtiilng Ilclief Well I sboald any Why you almost tool us If you were she Detroit Tribune Promlsfnc tJnroly you dont moon to uay Tommy said the ttsucbcr that the letter yj has a diflcrcntHonnd when it ls a c pitalM Tommyi071I shbnld like tohavuyen give nio nn oxampkv rt ourWell it baa a short sound in Job and n long stand in Job Chicago Tribmw A Promhtas Youth Willh didnt I asli you to m oleo loss noise said Mm Still at the din ncr you did mammy Well I will have W uk you OJuln 0 Remember momma yon told me it was impolite to ask for anything trwico nt tbo Cabin Yonkers Statesman Innoeeae Jhopo joudid not gtvo that tr any money to buy 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Paper J Anyone sondingaa1nsJa ilKcr1ptlon athttt perfor ope oar1 accompaniod t priceYi taJhev raLisiaaR1will bent free t o r IarouQ year a coy oYthe JOUiavm Week Y tmmcrolal =a large Z oolamn paporUllled with more new at oor ib polttanivpekly 1Gttou cUptt1sports Af IfIf i 4 joexlOldt7rarltigYtfeaall 6ytrtlold1- 1vi a18DfonrpgRtgPaditttit l KyI Uwtys ttri l a JT r Horiob I- IIr rhO be grIP iCtlt coo SlQ arig and bronchlalirct lcdyitital basLeon iq iluli er JI otGUAtmi by 1ldeal l tTjnl lrI idon tt touerlaon t i jREMO VAtr i t This with notlf a111nr tHenai anifpt nlomovedJt1rilrQ1JprJ l Parhmel Wa1 rvwtreat + ti btti opnositoah- n e 25P dSotbl ojJ 9Ilsots tlt fvbyuncall ALEXA1 1 I id Jt s MCKfcimiWhfckey tr t Tbiecelebrztee lJbrpo b1t t 4I keePfoale dt a barIa11 thak e rljtctaltVAItl 10r Ia1 Jfndrf r medicinal Ilse r TI1OLPSliNft UIUtXl Ibt ittoretea- oer Neiai tb aay brteos w m eDHN WLDlllRECRN fcoPtntAuJJrtt J wFr KoAO In for t kdilr iattia- y I 1BQUT TOWNE Wantea 60000 poundrf obit Highest arfeet pricepaia McCnord 2 Rob eittion a rsTCertiIIcateNo ii7 aerieii A home Savingeailding Loan Asetj elation Vt JN At1ND ltsf 04 t1t all te8o foal i editionCanbeobiainb iIlustrate sEe News J Ie e1oftl n a WlixTSnbe00d Pounds of wool tgheBt cash Erige paid for same airNNINtilaAU DUNCAN W have J1f ttb illttetratcd Dumber left t sand yrilg sell them to those de1iWng1inydfevc6pfe8 at eta apiece Come now before they are all gone r It j 3 o3 is reported upon reliable authority that one of our popular county officiate bamarriedtoroneoithepictt3e who It The Washington county Snnday school Convention which was to have been held at Willlsburg on Saturday Jnne 27th was on account of dip theria 1a the vicinity indefinitely postponed F M MAB Pros Spring cleaning in the house is important add to cleanse the human system 48 even more Neats Lax vtivo tones one up cleaneesand regu lates the bowel liver and kidneys 5a bentsfbottleb Hayden Robertson andWaters i Browne JIYJY 17 1 t slowonowere two good speeches on the IIvergnesttmr atrthe court houseby ion W H Sweeney and Mr Jo AII Parker who la tij6 able editor of the Free RepubllcVpuSlIaneda LduiBville From all accounts Tatham Springs on a boom The Hotel taxed almost to its capacity but Mrs AVornall able and popular manger jean al ways find room for ono more and never falls to make it pleasant and agreeable for all ofetho guests There gate a number of our town folks there and all report a good time ti The town of Springfield at present the cleanest and mos orderly of any the stato Tho ordinance relating- otIirow1ngtrash or slop on the streets a move In the right direction andJ what the tow nqw needs is a stock ordiiiancei8 a stranger remarked It keeps the town authorities busy filling bole thc hogs make The Water works and Electric light plant son a boot tW lire informed that over twothirds of the stock iis now subscribed and there arc yet three or four part ieu who at first men tiotfeafatho plata signified their intention of subscribing that have not been apprcoched Let everybody put their shoulder to tIle scheme and give long and nard pull for this actual necessity Vp are very glad txr see that Mrs Scott Mayes Is improving so rapidly i arjd sup know that we are not alono her 1 more speedy recovery 1n a long and painful illness Mrs Jlayeaidoheof the most popular of a our matrons especially so among the younger r set and thorn is not an evening during her drive about town thatr the Carriage snot stopped but what what hpis4congratuUted and extended the well wiihes of alL The defeat of the Springfield Ball Club at the hands of Camp ellavllle club on Saturday last seemed to lend enthusiasm rather than discourage ment to the local aggregation All tho cranks and fans and lovers of the sport are now jjoining in to sestet the- ebq tln getting together team that will if possible equal the one of 92I and 93 that carried the Springfield colors to victory in so many hot contests against the very best amateur teams in the State and that which was not only the pride of Springfield bnt the flower of Central Kentucky Every effort wilt bo exerted to got the best men available R Noe Sheller Jones and Reed will alter little train Ingfmake as good an infleld as ever Colvlnliaaln his workStCentro 001I lege denfbnstrated his ability with proper support to pitch winning ball agnlnst the best of them ApitQrso Is fresh from the game at Notre Dam- agddgwe how to line Jem out Cbas Noei88jtiilhejMmp reliable catcher The puteld dill becomposed of the fastest ml thtcan sneered The next time the team lines up on th iiiieit1im trjUprobibl lie a 11Thethe strop Taylors club that r troltbn- 6fKaine mapreBt e alb ya gill bo able t ti take care of 1t1aselv 5 Dnctt I motbeCamPboIlavIlle boys fiertvictorioaa Thet tq be a ye rarge hoodoo around here fo the visttors should ave boon beaten and had tiiiey butbanEdthe i ball at dUferentetageaiDf the game when they badgnottbeba6oa thbro weal dl havabeDnp dill Brit s toteD T TKVboytfBlltiyto kVScitano cover pftth balland toe result la heY don t bjtj the ball WiSL It was tt Bound i thrashing thp ganie ending 20 to 3 iih favor of fife viBifersXThert is one visitbumpire who is up to the l1esofthoI riganle He was decidedly fofl1 on1 somp 01 bis decisions but whoNngi dopt tried tQdo lily best but the home boys sufforedmostly by his rank decisions While writing on the subject it will not be amiss to make Thvisitorsboys and whjfe Mere conduct them selves as such Malone is about asp ncky n catcher that suer wore a fortheJiomegoodPmeOraycrof the game at all He does not belon there and should play in the field as all say who are competent to Judge and by all means he should notget ft Into his head that he canpit jh IThere was a big hole at eecon 9had r antwas badly missed both at bag andI at the bat Personal FnEs04page medical reference book tq any person aflllctcd with any Hpociul chronic or delicate disease peculiar to their sex Addrcws the leading physt clans null nurecons of the United States Dr Hathaway t Co 70 Dearborn street CldcngoPERSONAL Mr and Mrs Tom Wright were in Lebanon Sunday Miss Nettie Pope Bardstown w sjhere Friday last rIBS Jennie Craycroft after a few weeks at Tatham Springs has returned home Miss Bessie Hughes Bloomfield- Is here for a few days visiting her ulster Mrs W W Bay aftor a few weeks at Tatham Springs has returned home greatly benefltted Mr Hamilton Lewis Louisville after a very pleasant visit to friends here returned home Tuesday 4 Prof B F Gabby left Monday to attend a meeting of the Teachers As sociation at Newport Ky Miss Minnie artier one of Bloom fields prettiest girls is hero on a visit to her cousins the Misses Thurman Rev J L Edrington of Lebanon conducted services at the M E church Sunday and administered the rites of baptism T M Carr the popular traveling representative of the McCormack Harvesting Machine Co after quite a lengthy stay here has returned to his headquarters at Louisville Quite a crowd of young people spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Titham Springs Those of the party wore Misses Carrie Selecmari Zolma Thompson Lula Campbell Mallie Raybourne Messrs Harry Thompson- B D Lake James Noe and Mac Grundy WILL1SBURG Fro a Oar Regollu C rretpc ndontj As 0ir little village has not been heard from for stveial weeks I thought would drod you a few items that you might knew that we life still in the land of livta jIWheat harvest is rout over and beautiful rain is now falling that will gladden the hearts of our farmers Copt Jl W Burton of the revenue service is home after several months service- S C Black of Hairodtburg is in our vicinity on legal business Miss Girta Hawkins is visiting friends in Lawrcncebure Mrs W L JjcArcy atilt little Ethel Luwrenccburg are spending a few days with friends and relatives at this place Quite a number of young people from hero attended church at RockI Brillgto Suricjny llast with the anticipation of seeing sjvoral couples contra9tingpartiesfailed One of the most beautiful wed thugs took place in our church last Thursday eve The contracting parties were Mr llichland Scuggs bitesnbetutifuleand accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs John Gilhspie Promptly at eight oolock the bridal party ar yenumerous friends and relatives church was already filled to its utmost capacity After all had been seated then in came the groom and Mr Yaltcr Jenkins followed by the bride and Laura Sims Behind them the minister Rev J A Sims elf keeping pace to Mendel inru very artistic manner by Miss Parthona Peters while the beauti Juandelaborate ceremony was bo lmg said tho organ in low and sweet tones was pitying Cull Mo Thine Own After the ceremony iHey with a host of friends repaired to Mrs Gjllispies where an elegant supper was spread and all enjoyed sthnlntgrdtulaiion LhniPln Jrv r F rte rt ftf J Sale1gLqdiea Shirt Waists Fans Parasols Summqr vear and all vash goods must be sold regardless of cost and other goods at reduced prices F PARASOLS EnRlish Gloria Silk black and plain white which you pay 150 for elsewhere we will sell you for 1 during this sale TOWELS One yard long 5c each CORSETS for 40c compare this corset with one you pay 75c for elsewhere Apron Ginghams 4c 9i Sheeting for 15c best in the land Best Prints for 3c only 10 yards to a customer Bleached Cotton very test Lonsdale Masonville Fruit of the Loom 6le only 10 yards to a customer Mens Fine Shirts for DOc this is our 125 shirt we have cheaper ones- Scriven Drawers for 75c MAns best Rood Suspender 15c for the25o kind- LADIES SLlPPERS Ladies Oxford ties 40c pair White Kid Slippers three styles 1 Fine Dongola Oxford the 8100 kind for 75c The prices of our better shoes also have been re duced White Kid and Gieen Belts tha latest fad 25c Hero is something we do not do and that is run down our rom petitors or allow our clerks to do it the man who does is neither a business man or a gentleman THE LouisvilleStoret Originators of Low Prices e FINE TAILOR MADE CLOTHING We are agents for M Born Co and Lamm Co Chicago Merchant Taylors who guarantee their work in every respect in workmanship fit and prices Come in and see their samples before buying READY MADE CLOTHING We carry the largest stock shown in town We arc overstockd rightnow and we will sell you a suit foralmost your own price SHOES XFORD SLIPPERS Our stock of Mens Women and Childrens Shoes is com plete Mens Button Shows Black and Tan Mens Lace Shoes Black and Tan Mens Low Sboes Black and Tan Womens Button Shoes Womens Lace Shoes Womens Ox fords and Womens Slipeers Childrens Button Shoes Oxford and Slippers We bought our shoes at Low prices ard we offer special inducements in prices DIt 1anDRESS TRIMMINGS We are still keeping up our stock of Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings and we can suit you from the cheapest Surges Mix tures etc to the very fine Parisian weaves Come in and ex amine our stock and get prices SWALL PAPER Dont forget we are Headquarters for everything In Wall Paper CARPETS AND MATTINGS The specihl l prices we have bean making on Carpets has ins creased our sales one hundred per cent If you need anything in this department take advantage of our low prices at once EVERY DEPARTMENTt We will make the 4 lowest prices in each and every deparJment for the next Thirty Days that was ever made on equal values We hayeHhogqpds nd must dispose of them We want money and dttj dt CUNrlNi A 1 PUNCA lfi oS t 1 t a 5 st 7 CL4N0 SAbEjj 4 In ofdeV to reduce our largel Stock WeW iii t12a1CC ill l IhA i ftfc some SPECIAL PRICES iSrfcefe ifrtfkYis ti4t An 1tccIti err f our prices on them Ladies and Missed ita litorJII u Jf J1 lowest prices ever heard of Prices reduced on all fine ehoBl lth l Fine Shoes 8100 a pair MensiPlow Shoes OOa rTReda priceo tn Etuereon Uens Fine ShoeaS 1618 JJ lb e bear mitln tltb41t l United btalies and you Bah get aonie baf galai IL tilting J t f ft ti4st Jf T ftClJJt St In CUT PRlCSt t 1 f 1 loftjt Boys and Ohillff h OJothiU We are over e t cke J in Clotliing ahdMe prjpoj9 e pnce jfthe stock that will Move it Come early bcfote 7 ursjiJ8 gonev iFflli line of Mens Summer Coats and Vcatsnt reduced jrjceB TocloM ottti our stock of STRAW HATS we gill sell tbem r ht eoet liltriJjswell to make your purohosc9 or us ii1 wepler filer rotes ijn or our departmental ic i tt 9 t t J MCG HO RDvRO t Rr8jti S1d tf r 1 rtj JOHN Ws ORUIViE flttttt4L ji LEADING LIM6KV3 fi5 i LERRHoNrKY4 i r 4 jSTABLE aldin Ayenu9aJdM tI Itt1 betrJ tut tIdh t Back of 4 orris + o s t If1 it tftwe a tie tttwJ oI GOOD VEHICLES JlR8 = 1CHAB8HOR8ESfWf ktC iifctr ffIq tjirtf Special Rates to CJommeifcSaUMeo Saf ittdiIUlUiblciWwrt 4i Jt zjii Jr j ff rt aWJl ntir fi ffJ IOOir- aSPNGL tc t i H pt nft J t oIp SAW 1TD 11 111 VTc f JLQ ii fIa i0l r atit i7r1tYZt l tnJi d lf MARKS QBEEHtJiPropa l fir a tI J t Jl MAwgFAoruRER8A 1DJ1At r R ttiIfN q 1 JiJI All kinds of Rough andDreased Ium h8i 1alheSonidiat St eat ifingsCypress Shingles Acme CemeS t PJaSsfcSrj tffefc fara L1 f 1i7 L rat ta 111 ieivr J Bill Stuff cut to order p 81vr tTfif ice HTiet ik neil J Y 4 ill 1fjpaid for all kinds ofLogsCall l aqdtsee us andfjeiprice5i AtftsJ Uct at ItP Office Ild Yard Jockay venue jiie i J d t Ughtnlna Hot Oropt What a Funnv N me Very Truerut It Km Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Rellttf There W Na Pay e Huthorlnndn Eagle Eve salve JstnoJ tointment In tho world or any and kliuta of aor eyex akIn dincjya sseca- nd its guar tnteed tdtruro by all dealer lIbydnnl PLYMOUTH BOCKS j PL nroUTB RocKS fixotusrv L t i have some very flue cockerels and pullets for sale at a reasonable price Also eggs in season MBSHM OKAK Springfield Ky r A now theory In Mho treatment of rmiKli lung and bronchial nOcctloria linn licon advanced by tho maiiufnctoirrt ot Dr file Pino Tar Honey It U truly a wonderful remedy All dealers toll It nn positive guarantee For sale by Ha ilon A Robortsou Drn glstB Dr Dolls Anti rain cnrc clfarfhoea and summer complaint craiMptfJooilc and pains by healing tho Inflxminktton It 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esttkel le nicTtiOtt t nes Itcl tM5afoN Irr c tc ri 3 J redlatrJ4 t iY int t i n i J it t l i 4f f j 17 iJ1 i 7 r F t I A e j t Jh THE NEWg L t1rt AD ft i LtJ frl a I iHEBbCIFI D THE JNB1AN i i1ru eto XVyeqM Cooled the Apache aU1IfeetIo IA gontjeman rs om the i1Ddup ftho finest gCD1kflJpth re Jffi Jar army It iws tl waynnjold Dma iia reppyf errrforrril id Major John U Bpnrke farvdariyt tbGfonefat- tJrobif And fieisf wsrtniiig bp to hisworki tno cM reporter told ho jjfolloTvHbg n t 1 Ihej tMedto toll a btOl7pf Hr mrkowhen lib was down in Jftl jjona Vitfi diflnaVvr Jfntf kind of amnn hoisXTfletBGnernl Vas trying to put n band of Apa j fcncs back on the feserye butccrajd Tiofc catch tiftm wlthtrat killing thorn ndle db11t Ollo l YJ they WOUllfBt tooi Jjer to n1Wifel day saying not ft word but ber black IfD oy Vfytohed every ltbingI 3 WgUt3baE Mpiy6kQ down arid Vobbetl taMSitfidhftir would Tho fort was in despair unI t vtii1 Mr B u olini Ideal Fjbnt the adjutenVavwifb Ifo borrowed ft roqtfonImid bad come tdtbe adjptanVs lit ftlo girl tho pi y OTS Chnsniiak When thd young ApacirtJ iVas imxdb to understand it was hora to keep ther sobs fcead and aho foil asleep When ii3bi3g came the ton was still clasped tightly in hefarrns P She played with it ill day just nsj MY hflbhdoeypdflcad to ploy protthciILits Ji hbftgo L babics of11Icad t1fu Ijngf flUthonght of over getting back to cr umrer urn 8RQnrofI cnolSntmenfplaoeSovcBhorW b1 doll had left herr 7 Tirxj fi Not t1fo ttt1 il hovover for tho thought of having to keep the papoose Vrlthou jbpjiilgfi tDo tribo mako some inquiries as td ita welIatthdinconsiderable extant Sevehv dayd passed with no sign of overture bj lug made by the 5nnd finally in despair 1 tistill in hoc possession was irofifc baplt t tiib Bum iJrtjm then a first lieutenant thoi th8 j child wns Bt1b1 1 tH EtrlbliJ1litlenOf 1enovclta ot to the p8pops94oli haipliThe atybandE g1t1 1Wirmt- lho phUdr ch b1 Wfth1its proud prizo tightljr grasped fa Its 1b it BsatIn Jtb ODI 4hativ TAtnerfcaz and i ter It post with it She vhs OO Iv1txf hospitable1 mannet and kindly tree cd anti the ejl tOTftcdsuch that tujbfc her overtures ero noado to Ibfi jIvlth tbojro bult that soon afteVward the ivhota band moybdjtaofc batho resorva Major 03biiTkeln alt prdbabnity ttbifft1lBliijot orIpooso had no idea if ifcrever being of such service t General Crook and t his forces It saveti thOrn from en gpgIngjrj bloodyi ttttlo in which tho lives of the Apachos and Uncle Sarnaardizodtb u1Jl1Jov boeiij p snob ancxtcnttbat many would have been killed or maimed totjJ1fttaDar a SSi1 V t 11T hifdmp1shod the placing of CTlaTTcetbodyHotoneoftho jnostiar 4 barona tribes on the American con tiJrcnt babt dnHho servaUonIUi TO bo1 losV Vpingld CUCo Tho 1csCt ibIboMino tribo as tWJhUifi dln1YBUOh deadly work not so many years ago it Portland Oregonian I 4Mbo sutZeWenUa1 ConenUo 1Ncqno cnnoxiiino The records l r i p i r onvont1ons with thoir personal suooessesand failuresi easiIyecapo the conviction that Jnd is far mora of tragedy than lflpolitiosThctoc 14intltboru bjitjth dominant note W that of thea 13ebmd every great TtncceSS cr i841f1Je 1fo her 16bnqoW oflbfttertdIsappoiit lfifprif bfwjreoke ambition of lifq I Ionjrjioposlnrttes As one lJUTSUCtI ifiroujBh oiograpiiy autobiography And moIrthoperonaI history of tb1bfguro1u tbeconventions fhaWjavd Tacefl held during the n ift Ljzii lfclimvenSsed since that fooVnod l f n imbattng presidoritial eo hTeafcSaGr into etlso ho findsd It almost InYnrlabiy ending in sad ricsHond gloom Not too of thoao spoking the pVesldoncy with most crsistencibdsijuccealcd in getting foiiMifan ft41attgreat office and honflnalfailprahasWcm6tihitc t1 thbtw1th fortitude =a tBIa1i to Centiny f J91Jf011ttowfllfIrO iibrarIs franitho eon- FmnffJrccts bfB1l1ncss and JdipEtissin lehtbOrwhkhls per F Fthb= otoF of thobl i Po ots Old1ond iDor- i 4cchMbtsuff1nro 1iil os bT thiaf ar flto ln tb2 docks In the most oft cth1mahor knowing that it tit rlyenjuryf01J1 qi iJf rid1rl r 7 H MaF 5izt fIyftitifitiiia cx t r rionc AAt i hJt16fifllrtbtrsharpsb cifBhrewlegti and iriokiestof ill 4S TsaJd iafoundiuosnoitq Ed nofeaS7 In the mcrnfng D eft cncty4pN I1YesngaoIty Foolio k nehi U iOQeth 1t 1 t serat conturl sQD 1Df8i Fco t Pti l111f vftHsu1pbatoof 4roaro6aipoiMid ttr only kiowA li ii Color blisdacSts or tbo slightest 4OlCiQnO7 in Jdearlsg suIDCJ nt1to ex1lud ircHJt 7h J r i1ER CAHSADD Eowe Oems 01 An Tunled Out ti the eJCD 1f All over North America for many dax3 1 Sioy eniia jBatWle gliayft Ibieon faiuons and every equestrian outsaaQp of thd UJiitcd States cavalry jincliot tho northjvest iJ punted por liccrot Canada has eithey had hIs borsotrlcked out with Cheyenne leather or has Wished ho had The- nr tfnoy VQrk on Saddles 1olst rsoDelII stirrup lioocla that once mndo MdI c leant saddifery fa bQsrtmrf expensive long ago was copied by the Theyg Tjnno makers who kept up tho fame It and beauty of American horso ingSfjbnt mndetbom6 cheap trnp1 bocviin thoImcana gf mcst men In tho old daysenwcstern yttbntrcattle ranged all ever the plains ands qoriticqnlrit1iliajdpgirlb Jh fatiti to bo without a Choyonno Qddlo and a first class revolver was tto bo no hotter than the sheep herd furs of thattWhen tie writer was in Cheyenne tbMtbor day the first places heI lookeA for vrero the saddle makers shops Be was surprised to find on ly ono showy first class store of tho kind and instead of there being a IfsigpiDs on t1tifp ruggis near by or thor stationdrs over tho way Tho oTdff1aiBplayoa in the windows fltQ bqantifnl and extraordinary tTJjero weTO ItfioT glorious hoary jand Damped saddles there wefo the hngOCunjbroustapadoro8 thero j voro i1b6 iariats or ropes tho mag nificontLbits that looked liko Moor fairnrli outdone and there were jmule kinnprs and tho fanoifrl Spurs and in short the windows formed a museum of things that a twboy would hove pawned his soul Jro own Tho metal work was all Iffuohfaa a cavalryman onoo doolarod lr1h most elegant horse jewelry liroreatlon Englishmen and Germans now buy tlid fanciest and best trappings IxTsettd abrandtrtheirhomesHasdt- ampedflsaddcsoost from 18 to 85batjf35 bnyas good a ono as a moddEman wBo knows a good thing will caro to use Cowgirl sad 31d3Werronjview 60ven of thorn fit riggi gfdr side soajtnndJ with stirropsvaJbiinslipor sbapa It is not that there are really half dozen oo girlsi in the world or half val dozen onion liko the Colorado cattlo queen or the lady horse breeder of Wyoming but there are western girls who havo to rido a great dOO and they have fond fthorn and brothers awl still fonder lovers henoe the manufacture of magnifioent skiepaddles all decked with pond stamped patterns and looking as rich as the rtahesfc Bod ouin over dreamed a borso gear bo ing uindo There is still a good trado in cowboy outfits that aro ordered1 fonr Montana the Dakotas Wyo ming Colorado and Texas and simi lar goods go to the horse ranches of 5foyhda Iflabo and Oregon Moro over da long as nsen rido h rsos GierowillboQtrndoinfonoyoutfits ObomDonvericldai4jarmstill Did you nbrico that man yogis t6rt uskedtbe clerk of nn uptown hotel a39 at sad faced man turned away from thodesfc Hohad writ tonJUi8 own name and another on jtbo record Ho fans boon coining hero ioffd rr five years that Fro tnembor continued tho olerk The name that follows his own is that of his lion though the latter hQS been dead for throe years IIt is a case full of sadness That man makes regular trips to the city Trad hocused to always bring his boy brigbttlooking youth of about 10 The father WitS very devoted to him and tho boy did seem to bo a rattling good follow They always shored the seine room always wentt out togeflior and scuincd churns nipro than lather and son But ho boy died The next time tho father como to the hotel thoro WitS a marked change in his oppenraneo Ho walked silently up to tho desk and registered After writing his own name he placed that of his son bo neatH it just ns ho formerly did I called his attention to it but a tear camo to his eye and ho said noth ingi immediately changed tho snbjectEvorince tbat day ho has rogisteredin thnt manner when ho tamp tp the city Once in awhile bo will order an extra dinner and have i teat on tho table bosido him just whero bis son used to sit Ho never speaks cit tho boy Washington times Storing What is the use of attempting to teach singing to a girl who has no voico and no natural taste for inu j youjorcises prescribed for tbono who are learning to sing you will have ao QOrrootIyitpropfinoneynrnl timqnot to Inention tbo pcasuroof ttand Jpig wh3tTirfnoant by ri well trained vofco Sndpdporrenflbnbg of a song Br6oklyn PhS eA4epargafm A dollar iha exclaImed wictf tbd Whyithatll cWanyj05ibMWeUfIknpw whore 1 taD gel it for 1btiSh turnodi ndrg1p ogood a bnririesa iOiiiaK iopay inoreYtharf itjigtisjvorth r And then aha marched out of tho stOrT and paid 10 ceuta for car faro io go to a place whoro she could g the sam thing for 00 centa Chicago Post Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury ns mercury will surcl v destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the xrholo system when entering it thjmigh the mucous snrfncjs such nrtifka hould uover boused e3coJ ton prescrip tions from reputable physicians ns the dnmago they will do is ten fold to the pood you can possibly derlvo from them flails Catarrh Cure manufactured by R J Cheney A Co Toledo 0 contains o inorfnirjj and is taken Internally dir ttly lpon thq bidcd and mu PUS aurfrices of tle s uteiii In bnyljiR Halls CfltarrhVCuro bo aurp JiUtJg the Oiidflo It is taken in anallj and tnalo in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney A Co Testimonials freo ySTnM by druggists price 75 cents per but Up Mr Jariips Pwrtuttnn old sojdier iting nt Monroe Mkh was severely- 1l1ictcdiv1tiirhoniiiat1si but received rompt relief from pain hy using Cham Tain Unlm Ho says At times my back would ache so badly that could hardly raise up If had not gotten relief I we uld not4o hero to write those low lines ChnmbcrluinH Pain Ilnlin has done mo a great lent of good and I feel very thankful for it JJncklens Arnica Salve Tlie best salve in tho world for cuts brui cs sores ulcers salt thrum fever- olcs tejttT chhpped hands chilblains and all skin eruptions and posi tively cures pile or no pay rcquirek It Is gtiaranterd to give satiufiution or monev rcfundcjl 1rice 2ae per box ut hayden tt Itoburisons Drug Store Mothers will Und Clmmborluiu Cough Rotnedv especially ynluablo fr croup pad whoopingcough It will give prompt and is safoand pleasant Wo have bold it fur Hnvcral jearHand it has never failed to give tho most perfect satisfut Hon O Wi Uichurtls DUHUOIHI Pa IThat pain in tho back disagreeable taste in the mouth and a drugging down sensation in tho loins Is cawed by a stoppage thtitcan ho pronttly remedied by Nents laxative natures remedy Price a bottle SheriITjs Sa1e fIFGRV TM3iOn Monday June 22 1696 TIll same being County Court Day I will offer at the ourt House door in Springfield Ky to the highest bidder tho following described IroPity or so much thereof au will pay the taxes and oats duo me as Hhcrifl of VIMhin toll County Kyfrom the persons in whoso name sail property listed for IlXCH for the years and amounts net opposite their names Cab Gffir acres of lanaHi district No 4 for fe40 rtnd coit s Win V riillis fl acrc in dlatrict No 4 tnxjluo forlK5S lftudcp8tl i Mary Hahn 40 acres of land district No tax due for lro lIU and cost Tlios Montgomery 40 acrrH of land lnNo4ftax duo for IbOSWiW 1391 mid cdst j John ii 1anihert 75 acrCH of land In district No tax duo for 1I5 382 an- drot II H Hralhcr nIl Jcs of laud In dis trict No 4 tax dun for IWtt S30 siit- lJ7 COHtA t Wni ShnpSoh7nPren cifland in dik trict No tax due for I9 ftlitf and cost Trent Uuth 20 eel of land In dht net No J100 tax ami cost 47o Klliott hemS to of land in district No flSO tax Ul1ltI list J5WL JOHN T CiAvrjio T S W C liv r Maliltr ns cdP 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card parties as thfejr ate at preflent Con ductedand ftgainattCftptLphmng in the daytime Progress 0 bard playing Mr BOle 80tftpnds has passed from priraaoy vraTssion a pleasant form of diversion and taken d place as a social function creating rivalries in the magnifi cen e of the hospitality and in the value of the prize bestovred by the hostess In fact the writer assert thst the progressive card playing of to day is nothing more or less than a system of gambling It may be a proper and eminently respectable form of gambling but the element off dianne has come ito the game und that most ditincIy It is aim ply a question of how respectable it can be made That is all With reference to the impropriety of card playing in nytimerBk asserts that iit is worse and more lie rious thin a waste of timeHlt has a bad moral influence it cnjfcrr ders a spirit thatis fafafo womaaa happiest way of living 1 make no distinction here he says between women who have home ties and women who have not the wrong of the thing is siinpty a qucs Mon of degree The ono has no rjjht to play cards during the daytime the other cannot afford rt is not uiv pleasure but my mis fortune to know some women who are addicted to this card habit and the study ol them is both interest tog and pitiable Evidently their thoughts rarely rise above the card table Talk to them nbout books art music theatre the topics of the day anything I care not what and their answers are as monosyll able us their interest is languid IUllt mention cards and in a mo merit a sparkle of interest comes to their eyes anti they are ready for business What a asnbjectafter to arouse interest when one thinks of it What nit ambition what a distinction to be adjudged a cood card player r Do not adjudge me severe or uncharitable until your next appearance ut a progressive card party and then take u few moments and look culm around you Study the wotnnn wile ore there They nviy be your friends But look at tlirm nwaj from that standpoint Judge 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