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and wholesome I I BOYt8Wt iw ij x R5litiiiw U J Odds and fndsoi iossi tB gl IIikiULETIDEHottest night of holy nights f i filled with visionary slghta- jgromall 8weeVapaInUy lore iTrcasmred in tha books SyorelflP41 o ftchanced inJny young age From a legendary page Late I read ono Christmas evejSuch a spell the book dd weavo When Hiy chamber I bad sought j Out of gentlest Bleep methought f Ona sudden 1 awofee tt WB it ar6jrfd spokex 1Whcral l When I saw or seemed to seeJzteelthg thete Saint Gtcbly Roses jrosoa white and red ngh the uoon1itobambcrahofis ROSCB in the rJcvyear aWhitet Smiling on her tranced yea And n anslo from the aides Through Urn rooftree pine aine and went In death divinotcThus of woadoronsYQlo nights 11gThis inoat wondrous did befall New York liorald t i 4 tutrIV kI REICECESI notice IJ in the JL ebanon Enterprise To WVtOleaverLebanon hf1862 for the Con federate army and npartial roster Qf the compnyis given whicti contains the mimes of some well knol citizensi of t Washington an4 Marion oun t ties t After the cjampahy was Jt formedJand Capiypieaver took command it seeralLlbat it took i part in thet battleibf Perry vttle and then fought its way out of the state w3th Brnggs Sgmy Ju iq apt Cleavers aceounthe says Atr Knoxville Tenn web full intp camp with CaptPat Siins fSpingfieId Ey jvhpj Jlike r trseheS did nofeavo a full company linhbsee agreed to- ouso1ithttto i t smldlil Qpmpaniei over forty men eacfi giving each company a quota o officers Pit T Sins having already been in the army over a year we elected 1 hitt Captain B J Lancaster and Josiah Reed elected First b and Second Lieutenants from our eVilfromlICaPt8iniS l independents overJhe mountains l urfreesboro Tenn There f the coinpany was sworn and mustered into the service Confederate States Arjny Ofl Among the Washingtop county men inentionedas members tl the company is Ben Gambron who is onoof ourcomty magis trates Squire gambron is fond of telling of hiaG x eriences dur ng that stirringj period It l seems that the company was one of SJorgans arid the men folv lowed the fortunes M that in trepid leader throvtghf manyex cjtinjsr scenes In Kentucky Ten lessee and India Squire Cambrqn cau tell of many ad ventures that befel him that wilirjnaako evenf ilae hair on the hea4 9fn returned Porto Etco soldier stand on end tIH otE5Ao4iiS9me of tbQI Washington county fijo First R gine1uit caurn i Ifrpjn LoisvilFiday Bright after being tid over in that city live days tb gIvd th Louis vUIe people a cHance ttfkcarry ut hQir celebrathnSIho bpys are sll evidenlly glad to bo a t home Qg I1auc are kept busy answeripg jiueisfions anU telling pf advenlures that ihfiv experi encediu Porto Rico and other placi duriiig their army1 lif- eird to the toulsviUe re ptiPBtF bVbniedo ap- preciatbe Qff r1t Qf tho pee pie to give theta 4 welcome but nfrjlhf same time several of om havesidIffit they would astJiraOon havft collie on horn j11 tI1place as to JVe l5qp okIifle bekr dnttctkhtiWM in rt1fr 1t clebr fThf jrU thinnAib iotgh erred tbanwbett tberl HE LAW SILLHOLDAS al result of the sale of the under the provisions pf the town stopJo nrdinance and the sub e p cvy anImal bjrjhe owner the impression has often out among a feyr that the din nce iis nogood when such is not tKe case Jn factt thoftransaction m ntionedwas not a tes itthe Jawafrall andit was owin to a few slight irregu ritiesin the proceedings of the mqeis that the original owner PDYA1ingtock ordinance is a good thing- ndlias done much toward im proving our town by ridding the place of the hog nuisance and the housekeepers and the host ifizens of the town would re ret to see any attempt made tto break down its Bffioiency TIle ordinance by the way is the Die as has been operation in ther towns and has stood the st of the courts and it iis sofa QTsay that the man who goes in o hare it Declared unconsti tuti nlI will strike a hard proposition IF 4 OSETTLETIIEWARTiucqiistion notwar is good for mankind is jbTbe discussed and settledon njsxt Friday evemjig in adebi ngContest between reprolenta PrO9Miinsfielf The1pionisBo1ted wleficiali ative sides will bo taken by Messrs Hewitt Craycrbft and iplelland Cunningham while IMessrs Marshal Duncan and Roland Colvinl willTepresent the negative view Mejssrs I TL hurman P J Booker and Rev RID C Lawson havp been sei intervlstj ut contcsi1yschools and bythe localI public e rt llllHRISTMASTheideaof ce1Obrating1 Christmas with a Ohristmastree or other fcrrnof amusement for by1thoschpretty custom and one that should be observed so long as- Christmaftnd 1i Santa Claus 1iYeI The good people of the oj ishouldthe children to something that will make the Christmas of 1898 a period llong to be remembered WISHES I Istw1sh ovarrth1ng tOday Wlahttpould go out to play I wlahti that Juliet Ixe would come OrleouldgQ to Juliets homo I wlsht that Ubrlstmas Day was hero Jdy mamma feays1t mlglityn6ar Iwlsht th3tl cohi g6 down torD Ant we old SaptaTBthfflgs un But mamma maya its quite too ood tor Uttlo girls just tour yeariold odAQth11 cango ao cduta j- An rcckpn hats tlieprd rest too tCISI1JQcent1cmoncU on sister LQu Ataslnra little girt yotfiee1 Sabta Olaus will call ourntj Jt nina more days from now tlh hozi11 I wIabtitvotil4 get rm agaIn j6r I wlsSt wits big as atstel Lou 1rtll brotherBobdoiiL ufbul if Oln LonUvlndTIinii jI If your chiJd lies tMn pete ciicol tl11crtulu appetite end 11nrIS it has W15rm5afldCUFlflcWIthstrori medicines only ipakfefj cojjditJbnsVkTorJQ by IrritatIu Its dels ate stoliincbWIfIIeH Cream Vormlfogo Js wild ut coVtahx effect Mil In a nuporioi tontoaa well 811 po itivfr ivorm dcatrpyor ijaydott lipbertson VV i- tf DP McGhorcI EipsplJa Dr RMcOhord Ii 1L ryepv d somCGtothehospft l- iisnovrad1caIIyJ fi iiiIiea add- aitsAw onltie arrival of aport- Ionof the I rniturc to bit teady1- 14tbQ rptioeDfpiti nts- hospiLal s the ftfn1sotn s rhttVn it do o- Vloscftu pee9lnvt Ie61 proper ettdfraci fal thing for the t7Qf do OLI ft glt tPl f OURGRArY 2 fiOLIDAY Lell t c i au ilM ir II MERRY r oJwt J i if j PUDTQT1fflOur1nIo8 i t t fJI I I iG J3 rj lt17 Q lAf1b1 J vr ft r v4 jjrr 7 i I f Yes ve intend tod ouitbest tb make i w v j r it rne1Iy for all of bur ctistoniers who j soTn v that theimayget the home folks a 5 nice and suitable Christmas present v f J P We will carry nothing overiudal1 j n v winter goods must go before the season o is over l J = rt a ve 1 t t r Z Cv over so of to for on 4 I 1t o A Outfrltes for r v theMen0 c That is we carry in the men and can fit you 9ut from head to lOot Our Af 6Y stOck of Hats the Swann Brand and other Tip styles We have the latest thing in gg Shuts and and Cuffs and our new tt and Club House are the S WE L LEa T 5 things in town We nave in till from ji 1 f aflwoo1itothb mixed goods and at to suit youo r W Oar jstoclr df MttnIS Shoos we quite and we can tit you and 611 yOtr we nra sure Come In 4t and see us this great Sale and we will A UV SA make you feet glad that you paid us a VISit We have J jjust gotten in line pi Silk and 3JL Silk Handkerchiefs the most correct th Lg fpr Gentle r aieuf wear tillS season In wo have them from 5 the ziost Dont forget that nIl these JjLj ate m Our GreRt Sale As we fsaid before we intend not to carry over fKaf we et to CasK i j jflpt Jtrom iigoni r9k tthis for n So far as wo know has aoysr altced or but suchsMght w TbD town j a doubt to the man tbq has jjiveeifrso an ibrna4 I t 93n1in scn Y J diUjrr h sdiiU a gu rtio1t ycttr card 01 N n o rcoan f dtt i not nkb fo haVe their tam pered with A as Merry Christ asor hen used is on the of tho face AVV Vken ydate isiid l btiS Ii ti ii a ht CllI trrl4 Lra i1T1W We believe IIin tur i 9 overLI And our plan sgetxid of Wntert Cloti1ghi1o the season IsVdn ji 1ie dii 3 I We will need the Toora and the money to a goods so we over 1III IISee ouiiIiOfCAPS or1 r t f t l I f are to offer I at Blabk Lest Allr 9r wooitb We a qice lot of 1 j a e Sa to all g had what you tiiepd before they aVe gone I7 i rn i with a piece of p narrow ribbon t I a town em pipy never a tIre I an Ib1e10 btve a J 11 d J fo4 Tt j tr1s C1j ti 11Cf N ii4 bW 50 the 1f JY tj f t t7l r fr liJI 4 II tj i V I 11 ef t b uniteti in t v 1 S aid t to t kI 1f I ALL4I j 4ji W sayto all we are our cus1- L lj or as our WOthfrcom Vewish an lt ii tfor i oils one as w f enjoyel A r J Si j d win tCp c7 C7 Cf7 li NOW PULL SWING iiht fiswqaid iitst 4Uwe have bit undo uye11 begun fi Sa- T1cinwke L Wf i1eJitto calland examine our piices befoi eeverytlurg t ftr tris picked that you can fit in a Rat Clothes Overcoat Shoes Boots Etct t Come us your Christmas presents and makd your home people happy day ji We Are everything LATEST STYLE- r includes Celebrated todate Collars TicslnluQsA11 Fourinhands Underwear grades prices consider complete J during Holiday liauttinl Mufflers Fancy jig gloves cheapest things Holiday fr anything Ic Dotfoet off prizes Purchasers owes C t turn I have 3ft0 i1 exemption rtasation property rm6QJYinr Dr1dcChord contemplated aslriacjfprsijcbl exemptfpp hocijnalnly deaervcs encpuraRement handsome ntLeiuoFJcofl ini orAh Npver1 in itentlucatlon people pleasure mystery greeting Seasons Graeting written upper ofMhe- card j1smp1y ts- CJtjstmas iBAxite intU- Obr lefhadcqrr j 1 i I Spring things and tothefi 3For 1prote ctidr I trCold TheS f WtntrxI 9We prepared lowdown pricias sfJJtge cheaper quality foaQ I tIJbttar l nice Intsendtnp gittin ev- eto1ext doo1notgIikpz member beavoidUd ihfav kp1 asibejirjy OlitMr- onh iiQ4Jl torxi- oeetdng ttithe jvp GtlWdI oIkzI Jt9tJNvtKENTU sroo4x 1KINtPOwDER fi 4tuat1bnettr ttIA Happy I S MewYtrrProsperolls iro r When cvhattier they wellas tQrs thifbii dlaTha Happy New Year poperj tliatwhich have iPYjernl0fTIoo iN SC stock ittt6 jrn goods Come get your Suit incluaed Cbrstinas frrl r that E t0 t 1 II- Goodefil t iI f L theLadisEf7 i ir to 6t We are namakingiasgSdalsaleoiJ Dress Patterns such as Covert i 4e Henr etta 6lothI Scotch Plaids and vT Serges and other lines some of these patterns we are sseilmg rt GO ST f u yptfWiceiwj We also caryy a nice line ot Hand kerchiefs and novelties for the Ladies h Ask to see our line of Mies Fjiw Glniifci tD n C the newest shades I Piciik ttS4 4S j t7E t GRUNDy cCLAYBQOWEL E 4r CCO0t Vi- p SPRINGFIELD KEN U OK t a i 1 0h 1 t f I f do J part t I attperfo ed mty i e string araesseligerrsepvant of family t a meanever- body not f r MiaWmter Diess f i i atRollaySa1e to friofid in toiby maiL evel1it to acktiowlede rGhrjstmas giCt within a WW ttile nearer the date of rec iviaK it the bet t Dell1orcss Ig- naineVfor December i jiflIIf Foley tqte tl r doee sstkM I ttparjorin n1rJTLs it deer tff ohiiit- tab ciett- gS it l4oni tam te rtk t iK1 vnad abiIV fcMlil1j fiA yleg Ie ttl1 cr thi thttcI L 1 t j fi ArrgI1Let J3i4li Xruptiont r4 f tiM Beoili Arrii- crtitumftW1 CJd iimv 1Ij mu YeYcE ttJcmt Bui- ittluatO WattCsis Brllist t BtrM5tMI l hI4 Un ClnRiii1kit Pil car eertI 1Jtktl 1d b 1I1 vll ttb1flfU t tt j5J1w Iiiiuiw v wTVW r Tii LDE wii SIIEADER pilugD 10O A YCAfet ADVANCE Efpfc DAVISON Vttlfr Wa a ot e3 10 cents per1 lifco Atke Jfciit HwarUon and 8 ceata for beqitiertlefl QftU ccwIWatte sd political matter c Jobwrnfe dee at low ttfs but cash Mttt bs pkl dejiv ir of goods L AtfvMlnlBg oaefcrects made catoUh OUtwMM involutions of respect 3j I 1NuccuMEiTeeflUOUDIr rt Qcr l iO4i oee5 i fcHBSSDAY DEC 22V18S 0 cTP1 Nfcwslisader appears flis week with two extra pagss f good Christinas Toading mat j3v This demand on our apace faFdwitli a desire to Servo our frf iiis with something good as 4 itChristmas greotinghasbrouglit o ths about We feel sure that tr are thosOjaaqng our read etraJio ppreciate our efforts to liirnislx Thom vptie of the best liome wipers to bo found in the J tCv Some have BO expressed 0 itli m6Qlyes in words and others Ia dod We value botb meth Ms vory defcrly but a strict ro Zad for the truth and the irnpor ttmitlas ot bur creditors compel u34oisoi Ttett SijQ need tbe ox presstpns of the appreciation by 13Jother method The deed inay bqonly a dollar for a subscrip tiqn for tim year 1699 but ifc will help to jill a long fett want in our exchequer The winterife jok hail gone yet ndnj1dinT mbyrlhii sample we a i1e fcfofc it promises to betyngbard O Amerry Christ Ii totyou JTows the tiraa Ito zu crbc THE women are making a fool il ofcLidui Hobson of tthe Merri v 1c fame or Hbbson is making 4 fopl6 of a big lot ofwomen we can hardly say which On a flying eti1 through Kansas it is estim Qdrthat nearly a thousand wjoion allowed themselves to be r kissed lly their hero who takes 10Jth wQrkof wholesale kisser f quito readily The depariment tat Washington has ordered Hob f spn tojoin Dewey at Manilla atfli will then put a stop to his OSC tiIl i latinp unless he should try the art on tbe dark beauties of the Phillipinesct 7 WE iQQtico among the local beFt idailiiBSithala half dozen members bfHheJISuLsviHe legion whose holies were out of the city wore Left without a cent when given their furloughsa ter the big eel f ebjiiion was over and were com 9UCC1 to sleep in the Wayfarers Se2ftr ChJs is aa example of hojw 3i1h th Loeisviio people rec ly and truly loye tna returnedrfe soldier boysfand how much use Jtheyhave for him after he has erv6d their purpose ih booming their greatceiebrztionQy J A enstionin high life occur inLouivillo6 aJday last week 41fl whtchPecnuurLittboaproe aiy ien young society man off OWensTforo was shotittids1igh1 Iy Bonded by Eoberfc McDowell be cS ioj the former refused to nIarry the latter s sister Miss 17 Efl nerine McDowell who it is iohaged had been a victim toltiers lust fS41 the girl and there willbe noj itSCoL WILLIitM JENNiNGS Be Y ifi4riflnds that a good many of his pry leaders und some mjin wilo Tui lmve b eabis strongestslipport ers4p not agree with hint in his rX aatiexpansion ideas Senator IJwIer one of the ablest of thei fjcfti silver apostles has oxj ross ljrM himself in unmistakable ttcrms as favoring territorial ox i jMrasion for this country j 1 frTH5j terrible condition of Havii Sina is shown by the death re js0chioh hayabeen compQi IoU fro1n ofiicialCtUfliR or55are 19480 against 23 = IiI Ibm ctcn coigider4 Mt iLSI cured neof FoPC BfOBdflBs p L LRDiO Rosier Wi IVLF SIZE BOTTLE5 5cc THE EXCEtUKCB OF SYRUP OB IiQS is dna not only to tho oriffintdityfund M Jthemanufactured by Bcicntlflc processes known to the CAIJFOCKIA FIG SVBOP Co only and we wish to impress upon the importsnCo of purchasing tjio trno anti Aa tho geoMnunpSyrupoiFigsy tl o CAUFOIIKIA Fia SrfiUP Co only a knowledge of that tact will asBist one in avoiding Urn worthless It 3byothormzes mediIa whliSi tim genuine Syrup of Figs ha- vengi to millions of families makes the name of the Company a guannt of the excellence of its remedy It riti la advenco of all otThcr laratives as it otits on the kidneys liver ond bowels without irritatlDpr or weaker ing1 them and it does cot gripe nor nauseate In order to ita beneficial ef Kectgth Company CAUFORIilA HG SYRUP COTLn izczaoo LL- etTTILLEL Zi xj zronicirr i SOMH of the towns of Cuba are said to be regular peet hole Lost Many hayo lost confidorcft nnd hope aa wcll as healtli because they have been loldUioIr kidney disease vas JnciirabloJ loleys Kidney Cure Is a guaranteed rouicdy for the dlsconrcged and dlscon solute ilaydonltbbcrteon Sl ItenzedcazraLsbr po gudodTbITspIeasantAta kb Sold b Ilaydon Eobortfcon NOTICEsAH persons holding claims or orders against Washmgton coun will present same to AB Oampbell Treasurer of Yosh ingion county for registration that the Treasurer way know what to each talai hUtnot presented by January 1 1893 wiflll have to go over for another year before payment By order of Fiscal COurt TSMA ES Co Atty Drntnrre Csunot Be Cured re by 1StachTlioro ia only buo way to cure deafness and that is by constitutiniil remedies Deafness is caused by an Inflamed cpn dltlon of tbo mucous linlug of the Eua iacliian Tube When this tube la ln mtdyoii have a rumbling sound of imperfect hearing and when it is rttlirely closed deafness is the resnlt end unless the inflammation can bo taken ut and this tube restored to Its normal hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases qut of ton are caused by catarrh whloV is nothingj but an ln flamed condition of Uio mucous stir faces Vfo wilt giveOao Hnndrcd Dollara for any case of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cnro Send for circulars fee free ttF J CBJ2XE Y A CO Toledo CtSold by Druggists 75o Halls Family Pills are the best MACKVILLE Froni Our Regular Correspondent Wm Hatchet who has been in the South far a few weeks with stock has just return jd homo with areasooable success uite a promising young trader Rev Crouch of the Christian church hero has routed of L 0 Poter a house and lot iq Mack ule at a reas6nablo rena e We give them a hearty welcome and certainly hope to make their staybpre a pleasant one Erof W B Edwards who I harge has c or tb Mackvtlle hi gi sca6oljB acquiring the reputa lion of being one of the best In- ormed teachers opon all sub jectsj who Las over been in pur midst He is loved and respect ed by all his pupils quito a good aumber at present Mr Tein ott of Bradfordsvillo is now attend tlug tnis school and several cuore from the same place are expected by Jan 6tH We wish the Prof success and feel sure that alt who earnestly desire an education will 4o well to come to Mack yule and speed a term under his careful instruction MUs Lula Poter also has quito an in tores it iftg music class of which she may well bo proud Miss Lizzie Gpodloe who has taught quite a Successful colored scot here this fall gavti rasplendid entertainment ot the unurch nSalurda night which was rrell uttended by white cili zeus as well asot color Miss Goodlop has thelproaiise of thfi school jndefinitely Her hotne is at Perry yiiio at Mra Laura Hyatt will teachSi sraairschpol at hor home near this plafib fluting tho winter rk Miss Ada PartJfpqe of Ptfrr vIIlibesteducaetI young isal Sc1i a 4of sevo ral mSirscre tlifuilic schoo builiiw r begicnltig the first Mon J y ia Jannarif rrWILLISBURG From Out Regular Correspondent Mr tr BruciB aw1ofLawrencebiarg was hero Sun lay Mrs Cora Robertson and daughter of Dugangville wore EiastupMr Richard Riley and Miss 01dbamvrere married at Fro doia Socrday t Misses Addia Ghristian and RayJ Saundersof Tablow vjslted- frieuflarhero Sunday MrsSjtapp is on the sick list Mrr Daniel Heytbn and Misa tgie Cox of Shilo visited at Fred Jridersi Sunday Prof R N Britton closed his- hgingschoo1hereSundayHoisas fino teacher and efforts are belninude to employ him againfMr Lev Dickerson and Miss Daisy Sbaauty visited at 0 R Oheathjijas SundaT For Kidney Troublr Tboro Is nothing better than Foloys idney Cure Kveryono vio trios it vlH ogrep this Uajdon A itobertsom oaacco Karkot Owing to the public reception of the soldiers returning from Irorio Rico no sales took place on Tuesday The market opened with a Tush on Weduesday andI over 200 hogsheads were offered I at suction a larger number than Iit was possible to handle in the prescribed houses of sale from 9 to 4 oclock The offerings were llajrgel composed of new BurloV pt the commou and meoTum rades The bi aing was ani mated from tiLe start antf these gr ides appeared to be just tb tyles of leaf waited Demand for the cnoiinon and medium grades cyatinues very strong andluckily tuet supply is vory abundant and generally in fair order Offeriog of new continue tto show the same features which ave characterized the crop since iits tintf appearance on the mar Uet and so ge pral are these iHurcs that tbo trade has come toealize that hls crop of Bur lley is taking it ill in all one of the least desirable that we have bad for severalyears What i llacks however iti quality will be made up in quautitv Our prediction of last week that old sweet leaf would take an uuexpected turn and unable holders t03 realo has not ma tchialzd this week The stiong upward movement of last week has nqt been sustained Old leaf e yen when sweet and in ever way dosiruble showed a tendency to weakness and seemed to re ceive less attention than lust vfeejj Prices however are noi quotabiy lower Old bright trashes ilways in demand not a their ovn anti so it can basal of sbprt orighfc loaf of medium grades In view of the well knuwu deficiency of color in thej new crop a fairly strong future Ior all colory leaf raigbt be safely predicted The axiom that it iis ttho unexpected that happens has nowhere boon belief andi of tenor illustrated than in tlie leafl tobacco trade so that proph ccies regarding the future have longl ceased to carry any weightt The corps of buyers for tLo diff eren t manufacturers said to bo iin iho new comoine are at their posts and buy fur their respec tive houses as formerly This competition which has so helped our market In the past will pro ably be less marked is the future when the baying element will be more limited Too Dark market dovoloped considerable strength Irom the stnrt and maintained it to the close of the week Long leaf as usual Tas in strong demand tat ad adVaoco of 50 to 75c higher than last week with other grades im full sympetby One of the lleading featurey of the market is the increasing Attention being paid to dark leaf and the varied intorosts that aro now composing ioribe different graces of leaf tde stemtflor being exceptionally prOmiieuV and an active bidder on all grades of medium leaf suiiable for the English markett rLouiivilie Wjjod OZit5Ha3I I1he you gLvef flr aItisefla ayffi pilui trial If ujll CUro von of jour cahf tipatton will corrcotyotir stomach ttrqnbland makeyour liferrorlh Uv Injf Tritlaiza bntt1 s lOc dosus 10r aro sizes OQand 1f Waters Browne Ypti I70 Watt YolloTT Curcilntl 8cJet Turkoy Rta Ornuge ilrowi Olive keen DraU EIuo wavy Blue and Jiky Bhto vtliout staining your hands fet eelH After d olnir tSe veisola i42plf need rinsing out upB nrlnjr oft a ttnciccasoIaIr you uso Fuinni adiRi4 Iycs Sold by Waters Browno 1Toreye1aOacarotg ortsU C C fall to cure druE 3 rciuna muu y Catarrh Leads to COnsumptjon A Forerunner of the Ifjxst paFz1r Though ita offensive foaiuros aro comdiimcs almost unbonrable fay people are aware of the danger otfribr Catarrh invariably loads to Consumptiou Growing worSo arid 5rorso Ouch winter those who rely upon the usual treatment of ssprays vrtishes and inhaling mix turea find that it is impossible to heck the disease with thcsb local applications whJoh only reach tho surface The offensive discharge i lincreIuesfooling of personal dofilemout and gots deeper and deeper until it is only a question of a short iime ujatfL the lungs aro affected Tho importance of the proper treatment can therefore bo readily appreoiated But no good what over can bo expected from local applications as such treatment never did euro Catarrh and never Iwffl CAVALRY IN WARFARE Firearms of ToDny Dnre mad its UtU hy a Juuttou A good man on a good horse Is theleuperlor as an attacking force of three good mon on the ground This is matter of common knowledge In aeREuropean capitals wherein mobs dispersed by cavalry using tbo flat of the sabre only more quickly than they arc scattered by tho bullets of militia in America There la something in the speed weight and size of a charging man and horse that shakos the nerve of the most stouthearted pedestrian The uncontrollable instinct of the foot man ia to got out of the way A cay alrymao learns to Jove his harm with a love surpassing that of woman He loams to depend upon him He nb sorbs confidence from every ewoll oltthe giant musclea between his knees The man and the beast conjoined fur utah a mutual support that is admira bla and in battle of incalculable valuo Dismounted cavalry are the most dIe cult of troops to dislodgb for the rca son that the riders deprived of theleihorses do not know when or run Military experts believe that the vacion of Cuba by the American arms will furnish exceptional opportunities for the use of cavalry It Is for the most port a good horse country of wldo fields and level spaces It is be 3illevedi too that this picturesque arm of the sorvlco will demonstrate that its usefulness is not ended by modern arms aid projcctilss though many theorists Incline to the opinion that the days of cavalry as cavalry were ended In the times of Qravolotto and Sedan The celebrated and fruitless charge of the French culrawlars where men and steeds Trent down Iu heaps and the watching Wllhelm said It is magnif cent but it is net war sticks in their memories That charge was Balaklava over again Somebody blundered The general efflclency of cavalry under proper conditions hi not discredited by It nor hi the centuriesold record of a remarkably valuable arm to bo stained by an individual failure Men who re member what the cavalry was andI what the cavalry did in the war be tween the stataa demand somethingt more than the crumpling of one col urns before they surrender the beliefs of years The Napoleonic maziia that cavalry cannot charge unshaken infantry wa due to Napoleons experience wth run down forces His mounted men wero badly drilled and his horseflesh was poor The great FrederlckunderstoocSthe high value of campaigns gave many Instances of the value of mounted troops in almost allI kinds of warfare The records of all great wars bristle with the achieve masts of the troopers Even in the FrancoPrussian struggle the acfual damage wrought by tho Uhlana was far out of proportion with their numbers and thb value of the fear they produced was infmcasurable At Salamanca Lo Marchands British heavies were sent oiler bad ground against the stead lest pf French Infantry Men and horses fell in swaths twenty yards from the line The roar line did steeple chase Jumping over piled corpses to get to the front Le Marchand was in stantly klllod and many of his cOt ccrs hut the Infantry broken andl the position carried The Peninsula tcampaignsthe fact that Infantry will not stand against well handled cavalry Prlnco Frederick Charles one of the greatestt of modern warriors was a steady beI hover in the efficiency of cavalry and so too was Von Wrangel The opponents of the trooper arm and prophets of its utter effaccment ar used to Inatancing the failure of UI eI brilliant Austrian cavalry at Sadowa when sent against breechloaders These were troopers Eeaaonwl by long service and so drilled that thirty squadrons of them were manoeuvre in mass with the case and certainty of one They were hdwever led over ground that sloped up theo degrees It was sodden with rain The horses were eo wearied that many of them fell train exhaustion when tIre charge began The infantrymen who received them had been selected by five hours tie savage and continuous lighting AH faint hearts had gone to the rear Itt is safe to say that there was not a Pnigslan on the west ridge of Chlum that day who did not wish to be there Even under these conditions thechargo caine vt7 near to success though all Europe was shouting that cavalry was useless against breechloading fire In the old days troops were safe when held in rcaervo 500 yards back of the fighting line Now for 25C yards behind this line the ground torn with bullets Consequently troops are held 7000 yards back and even at this distance thcrqwlli be occasional casualties JTo take part in an engage ment the reserve force must belmoved entirely through lifts wide and danger ous zone Infantry cannot do it in less than twenlyflvo minutes and another ten mlnutea will bo used in getting them into Ima Cavalry can cover the distance in six minutes The rapidity IU which tfeelf r nso Liters makpj I had such a 9vcro carte of Catarrh that I lost my hearing in oho ear and rt of the bone in my nose sloughed I was constantly treated with fiirnys nnd washes but each winter thfe disease seethed to have a firmer hoJd on me I Imd flnnlly been dc elated incuralilo when I decided to try SS S It seemed to get right nt tiiu seat of tim disease nnd cured me permanentlr for I have hurL no touch Catarrh for seven years t Mno JoaEpniND PoiiititTtv Due West SO Thosovrhoi have had tlo first touch of Catarth will save eudlesa sufferiugby tak ing tho right remedy at tire outset Others who hayo for ye rs fiougiifro of and found only disnpppint tiroatm it piton sprays washes inhaling mixof JtIturea etoi which are only tempo rary and can not save them from Consumption Ca rjiJjr adeeri seated blood disease S o ia- Itio only remedy which can reach the very bottom of the disease and euro it permanently Books sent free by the Swift Specific Company Atlanta Ga hem a difficult target ana tao more effect of thofr thundering and swil- t t advance is great It Is estimated thatt the cavalry loss in a charge shOut not exceed onehlrd of the infantry lloss R AISING THE MR1ATERESI1 niattlDff ut the Rock Which rrojcctad anThroughlards nil Opoued the Sea Cook When Tiiej Saw Tuey Were Doomed Cost of ftoitllns lUtliuatcd at 8100009 The brief dispatch Uo tbe navy de partment announcing that the wrecked armored cruiser Infants Maria Teresa had been pulled off the reef near SanS tiago told nothing of the details of the operation Nor did the information Jehet was proceeding to perform this secoad engineering marvel Lieut Hobson felt satisfied that tho feat could bo accomplished In my opinion he said the Colon iIs the finest ship of her class ever built and it would be fairly a disgrace to let her lie without making any effort to save her I think at least tarts ofEor tthe ships can be saved and added to our navy The Maria Teresa did not present a very difficult proposition for tho wreck ers to handle and the methods usedIIen were not At nil those that enter into tha floating of the Colon When Cervera caw his flight washopo lless hoheadod the vessel directly for the shore Sho struck with tremendous force upon the Jagged reef and became securely pinioned to the shore byS projecting mass of coral rock that stove through her bottom Just aft of the for ward turret She was held fast to the shore by that mass of rock thrust through her bottom and could not be budged It was thus a simple proposition of removing the rock that projected up through the bottom getting the vessel back on an even keel pumping the wa ter out and then pulling her from the shore Under ordinary conditions this wholp process would have taken much less than half the time that was required but Hobson and his assistants have been working in the face of great die couragement and work has progressed 3s lowly Besides the unfavorable weather that has prevailed since the work was start ed on the Teresa fever has broken out among the crew The gases generated by decomposing animal matter tho bodies of men and cattle were so rank tthat they extinguished the lights low 1ored into the hold end Interfered mate piEvengaged with the wreckers were taken lick and wore unable o put in full time Some of the men have been cow pelted to return homo The work of blasting out the rock was begun as soon as the armament had been removed from the Maria Teresa The rock projected through an ugly hole in the ships bottom about coven feet by eight The rock lay in the direction of the ships length and could be seen plainly on the starboard side It ran up eighteen inches through tho bow and hold the vessel as soeurely as tthough It hat been ten times that high Thirtyflvo feet of the vessel lay on the reef the rest overhung at a dangerous angle r In order to remove the rock it was necessary to seal up the ragged opening that surrounded it This was done with heavy matting blankets and ce ment The seacocks that the Spaniards had opened when they saw surrender in evitable were closed and all tie gbigBeen made by our fire were covered r with heavy canvas so that the vessel was practically water tight Tjhe pumps were then put to work and the fifteen or eighteen feet of watt tedrawn out It was found necessary to keep pumps working continuously aa the vessel still leaked to some extent With the water out It was next nod essary to encase the rock and itsopdh Ingjn a watertight box so that When o tho hole was reopened by the removal bf the rock the ytAtor could be held abock Everything was then ready for the blasting In order to get the rock away without damage to the vessel only very small blasts could be made The charges Were never over threeqnartcrs of a pound The rock was blasted from below outside the vessel and great caroand expertness wore required The cat tridges were placed by divers la the natural crevices of the rtfck and very little drilling was necessary Bit by bit the rock wap blown away but while there was scarcely aiore than one hun dred cubic feet to hS removed It too ic p oho Week to gel it dawn so hat the ves sel resteffon an erin keel When she lay frre she was pulled off the reef and into dccfc water Sine Vrs lasplchdld condition and proceeded to Gaantancnio under ler own steam The cost of flaatiitg the Maria perez ais ARE 1 HERED1Y oung Jesse James Seems to be Fallowing in the Fpot steps of His Father f THE NOTORIOUS GAlS v Son of a Baptist Minister Thg Developed ah Amazing Ca pacify for Crime o1dIvg VpIiuIrpiatt ratnasud I3nk flab blny ThtlpdiaiIyAi1ocd XotUlns io Stand JuThelr Wuj TlilrjViIvcntur c4uttylairThe dominating power of heredity over the individual ia once more to cub ly illustrated by the arrest in KatassS City of Jesse James Jr for th4 al leged participation in tim holdup land roDbory of a Missouri 5aclflc express train Not yet has the older generation of e public forgotten the criminal ex aits of the famous Jamoa Boys1 epectfyely and father end the undo Jesse Jrf who for a quarter of a century headed a gang of traiq rob barfl and bandits that terrorized rlbo Southwest They were tine eons of a rospoettboIBaptist minister The Callforala in 1849 and died thef Kin 1851 driven from home it isj aid la to by 8tentthe war Early in 1861 Frank James who had Just reached his moJorUy Joined Quantrells band of guerillas in which he soon became noted for fero clousdaring Josso joined a year later and soon eclipsed lila brother ond ail other members of that tang of murder AldiersIn participqtedtherenco Ken when nearly every nale inhabitant was ruthlessly mnrdeedId in the massacre at Centralla io where after the village itself had ben- plundered the guorlllas waylaid aa eastbound train robbed the paesjn gers and killed thirtytwo sick soldiers en route for the St Louis hospitals ieS sfdo fifty members of e company jof Iowa volunteer wino had hurried eth reccue When the warP ended the State be came too hot to hold the guerillas sse James with a congenial spirit named George Shepherd fad to Texas while Frank followed the fortunes of Quantrell into Kentucky wherjs he s caped by the merest accidoat from o ing in the fight when Quantrell t as mortally wounded and his band ext r mlnatcd Comparatively little is known of he Jameses except a personal advent ro two from this time until 1863 In that year they began the life which made thorn famous as bank and tr4ln obker8 Early in the spring Jerise James accompanied by Cole Young Al and George Shepherd and Jim White dashed into Russeilvillc teyPart of the party entered the banlc w htio the other remained outside aid be heganstroot to prevent the approach of he p Accomplishing their object the robin rs rode away and though vigorously pi r Bu taedOne of their moat daring atroe1 w was committed at Kansas City in t io autumn of 1872 The County Agrici Iistural Fair was gojng on when thrse men were seen to ride up to the gate jof th theand wore long linen dusters and wide brimmed hats 0n reaching tho gate ono dismounted handing his bridle reins to his comrades Ho approached ti o ticket office and lo1tiag thnou h th theI was to say I was Jesso James ai d told you to hand out that tin box if m cioneyId say Ill see you ih first s tho contemptuous reply Well thats Just who I am Jea e James and you had better hand it t p 7rettytile sentence was finished by leveli fl hugo navy revolver at the cashiejr j The box was handed out with its contents bf 910000 Jesse remounted and th thetiVolsarm became general and almost tan mediately a pursuing party was organ Iz jTrainj the bank robberies In nanny of thel r murderous exploits members of th g thangwas the terror inspired by the James cs that for more than ton years during which a price was set on thelr head no one was found to earn the money b hiyThe offer ot these sums led to the killing of Jesse James in April 1883 by Robert Ford a lad of iwejity wing was In collusion with the detectives buU who had been accepted tjaa prpmlslng recruit by the uceuaplclous bandit Frank James a few months later gave htmself up was tried and vas afcqult a te 1zinde avidenceItWestern assemblage He then settled d flowndependence Ho In the fall of 1896 accepted a position as special mfesea er on an express traIn lila duty beingto other than that of meeting train IdobbersPatent Medicine B000000 m EedicInesachycirsPo1nvd PrnsrMp1a- Much ot the experience a man gets comes too lato to benefit bum j otTo tho victors belongs tthe privilege fighting over the spoilsfoDown in front a young mans first No tItperanversation of the extra dry brandnWhoa tine acts are long drawn outg its quite a distance between drinks Sonic clubs cause scolding wives and BOrae scolding wives cause clubs o The Judgment ot SoJLomoa was great but ho never tried to umpire a basobull game Many a boy who nina awato Join a circus is only ghd to watt back c homo again ThgaB meters claim to the chain a lon liar medal is disputed by thebl cycle cyclometer f1 Tie first thing a mandoe3 after j making a tool of himself Ia to try to explalu how it Happened Before marriage a nina declares hint cf self unworthy of bin sweethearts Jove nd after marriage he spends about iLWOtbirds of hta tftie la proving ltv 1 i IAU 80 YEARS OLD ndtwv anj nmet7 to Ui Uonci t gtv aadpermanaairall- gTipU cogItlftfldroki3 is than M i HLE BY HAYDON ROBERTgOK 8 OME WILD WHITE 4fl4 Strange storiff Derelicts I Australia Who Preceded Louis dRougenLt N ESCAPEE CONVICT William Buckley Livefl tar Thirty iwoYears as Chieof a Tribe of Aborigines H Isd Almotk Forjotlni UIlNsthoLz- ugugnotherXngitiauiaua Sbo Lyai With Ihe Itiacfct fur fcvontoon Yoara The SlroBgo Advealuro of a krjeoli Cabin nor The motebric appearance of Louis do Rougemont with a marvelous story of hitherto unheardof adventures duringn an alleged residence of soMe thirty6 years with the blacks of Northern Aus tralla revives recollections of the wild white men that from time io tint a have fallen into the hands of the civilized Australian aborigines andUntl been restored to white humanity after long years of separation and degrada tion The first recorded wild white jaan hvas WHUani Buckloj a native of Mac cleaEeld and at the closoof tho last century a soldier ta the 4w or Kings RegIment On Decainber 21 In company with six other sbldiars he was involved in an attempt on the life of the Duke of Kent ile was sea nce4 to transportation for life and taken out in a convlotssip to tho An- ttipodos paring a brief stay at 0 ad of what Is no the harbor ot LIe bourne he coatrivodto escape in com pany with two other convicts The latter perished how was never accer Inednd when Buckley was subse- aqucntly questioned as to their fate was exceedingly reticent end discern certed That it waa a case of cannibal m was the general belief of the early eettlera around Melbourne Anyhow n e last stuseaof lunger and prlvatioa Buckley lay down upon what proved to be the grave of a recently burled chief Luckily for hint the widow cama alonff and suporstitiously concludeO that her d ear departed had returned to lifo in e shape of a white man She prompt ly annexed him as her own led him to the camp of the blacks exchUmed tho rcumstances under which she had found him and secured his admission as a chief of the tribe a position for which ho was physically well qualified as hcuwas a man of great stature 6 feet Inches slrqnglh and endurance For tIne next thirtytwo years Duct ley led the life pt a savage hunting fishing and ghtingwlth the tribo that edopted him Itwas on July J2 1835 at he saw a white taco for the first me after the lapse of more than thinty years On that day the pioneers of the city of Melbourne landed from their 1HU6 schooner and Buckley advanced meet thorn Ha liadby this time be coma but little superior to the savages around him but the newcomers noticed e comparatively light color of bis skin He tried to summon up sow 0 English words from the depths of hia memory and at last succeeded iff ar ticulating the word bread He mad o mself very useful as an interpreter between the now white settlers and tho blacks and when his story reached London the imperial authorities mag nanimously drew the sponge over his offence and sent hint a free pardon Hei enjoyed a small pension in his later years and lived until February2 1856 when he was thrown out of a cart and killed In his seventysixth yea The to of tine present town of Oeolongr bout forty miles from llelbauria was he headquarters of the tribe to wSlch uckiwas attacbed dijrlnj his threa decades of savage life Three mllca from Geelong thor Is still cown a ave In a river gorge whj re bets said o have resided and the adjacent rap a continue to perpetuate hit name cs Buckleys Falls James Morrlll a native bf MaHorIC 83ax was the solo survivor shipwreck ot the bark Peruvian that truckion a reef oft tha northeastern coast of Queensland on March 1816 He lived with tbi Queensland jblacks until his rescue ia Ffljroary 1863 Anther shipwreck sailor J6hn Ranto by ame wapwith tho Queensland bUcks t r an even longer period twenty years he atory of a 1Ittlecelluinyiarnaa- rclsso Id Pierre PellaUer ongbtto hz ttracted tire attenUon of the boy long before now He aged as cabin boy on sire St Paul bound from China to Australia with 250 chInese emIgrants She also struck na reef off the northeastern coast ti Queensland dtecera and crew sot t away in the bpatstfhot troubling 2tselves about tIne Chines passengers and in their hurry forgetting tie little bin boy who woo subsequentlj found b bjrstho blflckff in p dying condition Intcranny among the roqkg nursed hlr back to life fed him That g edhira vataaidu fact male him th itgtthe tribe te5ri alltlee Okinsi ta passengers lorc captured by tha blacks cn4 itan up two nt time ThfJtoa h Chinaman is asteemea a great deli l thacyIscCL From tine ptintc view of a n t LntottelL 1fstkeacwdngautthefalk Iag1tIeSIAI 7We bring to you thnew4tritfrotiacyforests of Norway DR BE LS PineTar1Ion yc byscicncaCoro for coughs colds andaU inuaiaad surfaces of PTbarated tha ralcrobiebearlnE muois cut put th ccus of that tickling Is tctaovcdan tHemCarn membranes era healed and soothed so that thin b nInclinaUoatd cough GOLD DY ALL GOOD PBUQ lsfs Jn- OothasOb 2doOcyid1CQzji 4 BE SUBS YOU GET tMP3 FOT a znot eater Little ielliuer lived wi th the blaOks foiseyenteeyear and was rescued by n British solpfth John Bell on April 11 1875 ARMYBEAILOULIGHTS THE PRACTICAL U3 OF ELECTRICITY ON THE DATTLEFIEUX IV itis t proposdto take LatoCu table searchlights of grwt power Th Wair Department ha3ietalled plain sL Bubh equipmoht and appended descrlrj j Uonst furnished by specialists who havo made a study pi pOBslbllitlea of electrical projectors and other apy11 i cationa of electricity upon thabatna field V Electric searchlights for such pur poses can be made to throwlight DJ txig as nine miles These will ba used fors gathering the dead and wounded felt on the batUeficlda at night and top many other purposes Tke ground front of a party sent out for reconnptof uce can be kept Well lighted by night without betraying jthelr positions to tha Spaniards One of thajnen in advancer bf the exploring column may facilitator this and guide the manipulators of tho ight by carrying laatorn maflkedC the sido of tha eaemy4 By throwing pna of these pencils bf daylight upon tfca roads from which a Spanish advance guard is expected the bitters move ments woulft be serjloudyhampered afid tbj would doubtless turn back Jf ills covered before coming In range Cur troops will be always fearful of stir prise attacks ia the early morning anti attempts of this kind might thus boi easily frustrated r J These portable searchlights wllfval so be of groatyaluefor directing th aim of tho heavy guns by night the v points to bo fired upon being first pointed out by the projested llama By such devices It will also be caay matter to prevent the Spaniardif front making repairs on their fprtiflcatlona liy nlgit when each repairs taa uup ly attempted 5 fast as tbsatruing of a new fortification wjtuld ap pear it could bo destroyVfd ttfrSlfaij lu tho daylight Of course It worldta j1useless b build n fortification untterS i shower of projectiles jTo assist in Uio extensive elietrlcaik rv ok to be accomplished in Cu thaWar Department has mustered IrPcom ponies of electricians of about sixty fite men each adopts la their profealoa and to a great oiteat drawn from welL 1a known electric firms These will cpr operate to a Teat extent with tberg uhu engineers and with the new fcfiLt gade of 3500 volunteer englaeers GFeal nUfmJiers of incandescent lights will be necessities of tie moderncanp th e field offices to be occupied bylalerkz and stenograpiiers EccompanylEg deli commanders 8taffor drauiatsmwarot iV engineers planning new Works atht spaces occupied by worltnea Portable jelcctrlft plants to furnish the carrent trill consist of eompa tphiclea kauled by horses and containing eack a boiler motor dynamo engine and a pliaacta These may attached to illuainatingSwagons filb d withianp8l ClTllLou In sMdly Cloti e There hi an entire afcsanci of law protecting the array Unifori aa oH served an army officer to a eprte1rp and peculir as It may seen il i ott a violatHa OUIIW flitatyor clvil for any unauthorized person jto w ar the uniform of an offlc r or soldier In other words it would not viotsil a ny law if ahy one paraded tk streets atUred in the lull military uaifora et a general colonel or other ocer 1it Europe It la entirely differ sat anti an unauthorized person pftbllely Wore tthe jmiforn otan army pr juiVttftt flcor without Bttthority e would ki gobbled upt stripped of IU Military ojf naval fixings and woul4 bans a i stcy in prison for his Pffeaw Th7i tavo been a number of atcnt4i this country in the State Le ithtredt make it a crime to weep tM ifpjw without proper legal aatfePrltyl ef inf officer of the Stele Natteisl Ofcard or militia but somehow they were nevec crystalllzad Into law TM okeie 4oe not often occur but BkPdi It iippe l nta It has happened aopthsa t la mo penalty Of coutiw U mjafcUoriMd person cOBiaaitt atyaJtoMv sgalast the law sack 4 fIe ptf t uces ha utd 1s Iible t iataii m eat und r the geaart law tvWy t frntiO rhKIaakaMhan4M1icrkc ity each et wbIckwsei e tall b4tefoii Quart of tag iw tni yritadic Rg kaqbi- eMnedt 1e btoMU1l VsterU L4de aa4 1ry aM thi VMra Io a4 sItt bV w t iti1tut of 1s aipr sad rnivy provlMthMtk5StI I I itt even they ai tIfl M4 fey law M tMr ase lTh ane JP M pretwtteB i MM i iiPek totkm WMrfe Out tel sitl priou rnthja1 Uwt Mid as4 UT w r them without he ft tktritr of OMHCteac r e oow of e Americata Ln1on of Hoior U hnv cter provided fn lav a- ndiiillii u 1 a t Aj s 6 ItHarmon ai 11rLrERYMANI 1 J t1 f = i1 lis4ihandfor the suuup g i ttheBEST rigs in l Qw lPasi and safe hbreS J U1iab1edrivors c i t 1t I = 81PE GAt ATTENTION Ifgiien tBi commercial bnIlr = JAyorfe connection with Springfiel Hoiiel fI E ML1NSTET JJ r Sr1NGFILD KYtfvrchPloc o 3 ii1 IttI j c 1iJ SB CSSSELLP- HVIC I N AND GURQEON omCE izouaaj jio 18 A Hi and T to 8 p frf OFrin H hoid Rcberl6 nBldg Drp Hp ERH H0RD ubZ DENTJST c m lKinUBT BCIUJiXO 41 3PIFIEtAD KY t6c r p tJj Iih LAMPTON t j f EFrOE6 DV2R CILKUIT runlt7 oFFIC J ytDa FRJNEH1RT CsOFFICE HjOURS xa to 2 P m1i trV1rIY DAYJ 1LSPiUtGFIELD KY iiiiBU1TONJJ RESIDENT DEfJTITb as TEETH EXTRACTED so ltl1HOUT PAIN- n ic r I QfMrop Hajpin nto k up etalrs iSPRINGFlllfoiD KY L1Deat1 Work Strictly Firstclass dIWFNE1KflK- w ATTORNSYATLAW JPFICE Tflth CC McCnonDti 1 W m LAYBiOdKEd t nSt ttO1 i it 1ryaw fifoolalaitentlpn given ie tboooitJ 14 tlaa pf notes aud coconnta A 5e0ffloe VTftit WO McObor- dBPRINGPlEtjD KY 4 = = b ti u8kaSaloou1t iI epcoustautly on hand uir yoarlplld MOENNA WHisKEY ator medicinal use igtoQ I bager Beer antipIp H B1G SCHOONERS w HOPSOJ Prop- Ky LSGFIELD t rJlC ENSORS t BLGKSKITHSHOPS SS titl Horsshoeing G rriage Repafrings j JMdtGeneraV Br cksmithlng Alt rorfc guaranteed to give satisfaction jattlio Casey shopf SPElNdPIBLP KY j i ae jrallferj1 j r f fJ WagllaEc1 SIrl34 SS CBEIVIENTS IS flc9dquarto T Scott i Uutakirigadi FurnItutore TjV I dosiro tpnotlfy thetipublic thatlr t prepared to fao all 1t cbof hauling Telephone JLNo ltr or leave orders Special attentlpo plveni to defrolno ktrunksortnoving hoosehuU lar yrntUL VSEL CLEMENTS 4j iSTtMw5prthyPiLMMif their tWnMtlTttiii ryooun itEWtibu1Y o WJd-StS tWuJ ivi4 ayr lH1aj w 4SIIL1LIC ont imore la L PJh8IIftM1fjr t t I4P9ptF i o v Ef E E E E e EE AB0UT TOWN efiJ 3 3 jTnEi Cincinnati Weekly Coin Ne7aLeaderonlj THREE five seven and ten year old whiskey at JFQreeriesH at iowesIprIcesf 4 RICE lotofUyeaY6ldNelBon county whiskey 60 cents per quart J Fi GrREEJNE iGoo J3D M Rpsss toaand pick out a handsome present for Christmas He has jewelry silverware and hand some china vases TRY a quart of Yellowstone Whiskey for Xmas 1v F GREENE ALL persons owing taxes to ie as sheriff tfoc the year 1898 must settle the same on or before the fourth Monday in Do mberi or thoir property will Tie advertised fox sale H R POWELL Sheriff W Co HAYE just bought a nice line of fine whiskied for the Holiday trade rF GREENEr WE will furnish any of the leading magazines and periodi cals in connection with the News Leader at greatlyrencdate s all on us or consult or dubbing st on another page and send in our subscription The Christ numbers of the magazines arc out now IF you want something hand somo in the Way of Christmas presents call at E M Russells Jewelry store He his just- rought on a select line of hand some articles in Bilverwdre such spoons forks butterknivesI Sterling silver combs brushes bonbon boxeSj manicure set and forth THE pupils of the public school ader Misses Wag Thompspni andJLiide Lee will celebrate the closing of the school for the Christmas vacation by giving a little entertainment onsistiug of speeches recitations etc on Fri ay afternoon THE Rev R B C Lajwson whd has boen quite ill wihin flamatory rheumatism is get ng very much better anil will e able to fill his pulpit on Sun a t and will deliver a0hristmas sermon BY special request frcrm many he exercises of the pupils of the public cl6sedschool which form d the entertainment on last Tuesday and Saturday evenings will be repeated at St Dominic Hall on the evening of December 31 Admission ten cents ALL persons owing taxes to he town of Springfield for the years 1896 and 1897 must call and settle same at once or their property will be advertised and old to satisfy tho same H R THOMPSON Collector SHERIFF Brack Powell not only broke the record for prompt settlements with the state and county this year but he did what perhaps no other sheriff has ever done by paying the state hundred dollars too much money Injemitting to the auditor he made a miscalculation on some commission that ho- hould have tdkon out and just sent in the whole business The Audit sent him a check inaew days amount that he had overpaid MR JACOB PETERSON and Josie Brady were married Thursday at Lebanorj Rev A G Graves omC ting The groom is the oldest son of Mr P 0 ftT a merchant at Texas brIde is the daughter of 1rion Brady and Is- harming n young lady vhil Jakd7 Peterson is a hustling young business man and is popular with every body COUNTY CLERK BOOKER is thCJiWilliam Gist and Mattie F Cam mack Hugh Hall Nervia Lit troll John Arnold and Jennie Williams Davis Crow and Liz zieEakerS ft Pfae tobacco growers of Wash ingfcb county are taking hold of tho matter of joining in the inIefJ1county leaguq to thatend Quite number Jof them met in the JQpurtbbusjB pa last Saturday I jiitrAQQ V and porfected an or ganizajtion Mi Thomas Dun can was elected President and Major J L Wharton Secretary of the lleague All of those present enrolled their names as members and it is the desire to to get the name of every tabacco farmer in the county enlisted as member MRS SALLIE ANN FENWICK an estimable old lady of this countydied at her home in the Fenwick neigh borhpod on last Sunday in the 82d year of her age The deceased was the widow of the late Thomas Y Fenwick and her maiden name was Edelen She leaves three children whose names are G W Fenwick of this county Thomas Fenwiqky of Union county dd Mrs Sue Mock of Louisville Tho sedwas a woman who had led a useful and Christian lifej and possessed many fine traits of character The funeral took place at Sit Rose on Monday last Go to Ed M Russplls for your handsome Christmas presents A THE NEWS LEADER devotes some of its columns this week to the little folksy that thoy may tell their VAnts to Santa Claus The letters are interesting and we are sure old Santa will ro spond liberally to the petitions GHRISTMIS DINNER M NUi Oyster Soup Crackers Turkey Oyster Dressing celery Cranberries Currant Jelloy Macaroni Corn Pudding Crcamed Potatoes Cold Slaw Chicken Salad Spanish Pickle Brandied Peaches Baltod Almonds Fruit Beaten Biscuit Corn Jldffins ICe Cream Sherbei Cakes Fruit Caramel LITSf Corrcspondo1Li has been visiting relatives iin this community the past week Miss Lizzie Leachman has re turned from Lebanon after spending several aonVhs with her sister Mrs W H Sweeney W P MerrItt went to Louis villo Tuesday to put his tobacco on the market thisplaceinthe 14th inst at the bane of the bride A reception was tendered them at tho homo of the groom Mr Davis Crow and Miss Lizzie Baker wore married Wed nesday at Pleasant Grove church Rev Godby officiating Mr BamGregory has returned eiIThe public school of this dis will close tbjs week The closing exercises on Saturday at 280 oclock 1 Rev Oyerstreet in visiting his parents in Mercer county and will stay over the holidays There will be no services at Pleasant Grove Christmas y D votod Wifo There is untold devotion in the act of Mrs James Swayno of Whitloy couny Tuesday night she liberated her husband and took his pjtacc in the prison cell Mrs Swayne odressed do muroly in a dark cloth dross called at the jail and requested that she bo allowed to pay a visit to her husband Jamea S wayne who had been confined in the prison for some time for steall lug The jailer in his kindness of heart permitted hor to enter She remained ft considerable time and finally a voice called out that she was ready to leave When the iron doors were thrown open a figure in the dark cloth theInrisonor Wednesday morning when the Officers e tout to the coil to give Swayne his breakfast they found that Mrs J5 wayne was the poly inmate ot the dungeon Swayne was goneII Investigation dovelope that the wife had heroically taken her husbands place and that ho Ladbeen gone for ten hours Mrs Swavneis a demure little jWoman with nothing of a heroines appearance nod seems aotionIrtroggisis wcw j 1 Housekeepers Attelltioll 7 V r We have just received another large shipment c41 S AntiEiusting Tinware We guarantee every pfece nottiIf and will replace every piece that does rust with new one 1 OP CHANGE Come in and look at it It cant be beat m We are closing out our stock of Granite Ironware ateireduced prices Come in and get bargains Willalso make sp c ial priced on Japanned Chamber Sets We have some beautpSr Our stock of Hardware e Tinware Stoves etc is completetv r r Coal Vases LOaded Shells vlcX i JCoal1 Hods S usige Mills rt f f fzi fvf Shovels1 Tongs Sausage Sttiffersr iJJ tK 4 Pokers Etc Butcher Knives V j 1 Table Knives Etc t Try our Warranted Razors and Scissors Come and see what we have and gqj9ur prices We han 1lenone but the best ma- cteMELROY SHULTZ PERSONAL M Albert B Oassell0f Harrodaburg will be the guest of bia brother Dr Cased during tho holidays Mrs M L Connor of Frederick town has rented her farm tQ Mr William JRoea for the year 1899 and has gone South for the Winter ZIt I Ir ROils will take possession of the farm January L Sir JH Morgan and wife returned from their bridal trip Saturday and are at homo at KIrkland Ed McElroy who has been with the Loulsvlllo Legion in Porto RIco camp homo Mondaynlght Misses Esther Boulwarb Sue Ray and Lacy Selecman cho are attend Ing school at Georgetown Xvill spend the holidays with home folks Miss Florence Gray who is teaching school at Harrodsburg will spend the Christmas holidays with her rents Jim Groone and Will XlnRan ro In Lebanon Sunday DI W W Hyatt and W T Green of WilliHburg voro in town Monday Miss Lydia Leo Huston of d was on our streets Tuesday Miss Rosa Montgomory of Louisville wljp Is visiting her cousin Miss Moranda Monlsomory leaves for htr homo Batur day illS TAltm Wright of Morcland y is vieitlng rolallvex at this piece Mrs J F Greene and ilaughtcrH Nellie and Jenniowcro In Loulsyillo last week Ron W C ilcChord was In LeLauop ono day tbla week on builncas- ITonC C MeCbord was In oulsvllle the first of the week Vill Cmhvoll of Lebanon was over onn day this week Ed Nally was in Marnd Sunday Mlsa Annie McObord came homo yesterday lo bpond the holidays WednClIdaC Brent Roltcrts who attending Centre College Is horo spending tbo boll days Howard McEIroy was in Lebanon last woekL Thurman was in Danville lout week on business Mrs Daniel Simpson who lives on Mr S R Grays place near town and who has been vory low with typhoid fever complicated with pneumonia for some tiles is now able to bo up Mrs J D Cusaell who has boon con lined to tier room sovoral weeks with tbo grip Is now able to bo out Rov C C Pngh is now out of danger and will be out In a week or so Emmott McEIroy came in yesterday from Kansas City to apoud the Holidays with his parents Mesam B B Leachman William Mer rit and Byron Croak wont to Loulsvlllo TuesdayMr B Lancaster of Lebanon was bore yesterday S CURES DR CALDWELLON Tablora Buckeye Pile Olntmont slvcs Inatant relief It olUys Inflammation and healR It Is prompt In Us action and positive In Its effect It is the kind that cures without pain brdlscomfort It is for piles only TUbm 75 cents hayden it Robertson Elys Cream Balm has complctly cured mo of catarrh whoa evoiythng olse fail odAlfred W Stevens Caldwell Ohio Elys Cream Balm works like a charm it has cured me of tbo most atatinato cue of cold In the tiead I would not bo without itFrodk Fries 283 Hart 6t Brooklyn N Y A lOc trial size or size of EJ CreAm Balm will be mailed Kept oy druggists Ely Brothers 56 Warren St N V jfo Ilambnjt Foleys Honey and Tin does not claim to perform miracles It doc not claim to cure nil cases of consumption or nsth inn But It does claim to give comfort and relict to advanced stages of theso diseases and to usually euro caily stages It Is certainly worth trying by these nmlctcd or threatened with these dreadful diseases Haydon Robertson WATEDovoeat Trwitwonthy Per ourbusinessties It Is maln y oIlIer work conducted at homoj Salary straight 5900 a year and expenses definite bohMlnp ho iriore MonlhIYtsRforencesEncloso derlvelopetiClileigo ACTIVE 8 OLIO IT ORB WANTED everywhere for The Story of lie pines by Murat Ilalitcad PhUlpIny tbo Government as Official tU tile War Department The book w ten In army camps at Ban Francisco on tbo Pacific with General Merrittln the hospitals at honolulu in hong song in tho American trenches at Manila in Insurgent camps with Agulnaldo on deck of tbo Olympla with Dewey and tbaI the roar of battle at the taU of Bonanza for agents Iftlmful of pictures taken by government photogral pbers on the spot LIngo book Low prices JUg profits Freight paid Credit given Drop all trashy unofficial war books Outfit free Address F T Barber Secy Star Insurance Bldg Chicag- oNEWBLEADERt a yoar The person who disturbed tho congre gallon last Sunday by coughing is quested to call on Ilajilou A Robertson and got a bottle of Foleva Honey and Tar which afwavs gives relief = IsapolltlTeeureActnU at DracRlsU orl y nail Minnies by mail ELY BHOTUKHS M Warren Now York City For Hoarseness Benj Ingeraon of Huttkn Ind say ho had not spoken abovo a whisper tot month nnd one bottle ofFJloys Honor anil Tar restored his voice It is used very largely by speakers and singers Havdon at Robertson KoToUM for Fifty Cents Goarmnued tob ab cure makes weak mea uoojr blood pare All druggists c ft = FIw ft U r f- t1Sale5JI II IVrJft I sr 5ICheap s S 3 is f 5 Mens Boys and Childrens dlSuits and Overco ts = ft v Blankets and Comforts = 5 = Warm Underwear Boots ft = and Shoes 3 g Ladies and Misses Cloaks aj 0 Must reduce our stock Call = y at our store if you want to = g n save money If ww ftp 10 3ft f- tMC1ORD= Ig ROBERTSON g c d n Farm for Sale I have for saleI a farm con sisting of 200 acres of good land situated about five miles north west olSpring leId9nthe waters of Little Beach It has on it a gooddweIlingbatnnndi- mprovements More than half is in pasture and the balance under cultivation It contains some fine tobacco land It is situated three miles from Valley Hill postofflce and railroad sta tionand on good turnpike Q M KELTy Springfield Ky IDElqffandIIAbltjcured auaa omco bPI li1rrOllct WATEDSoveral Trustworthy Per sona in ilda Btttlo to manngo our ctluntSat homo Sitinry str lchtS900ayear end- oxponsasdellnito bona Undo no more Rofer4Jnvfllonri Herbert V Has Trnrf Do artnieut M Chicago F PCALDWELLJ r ATTORNEYATLAvl AND Court Stenographer 4- nrlhJDepositions Court aU kinds of Bhorttmnd and Typd writer uork t Office srithW a McCliord 8PRINGFIELDKy I MRS A D MARKS 5 Fashionable M fr Dressmaker h S latespII9 tj 4 tion guaranteed fIf I foun1rj4 SPRINGFIELD KY 9 THE MARKETS The following table represents the prices paid for farm products In Bpriogfit Id by the dealers therein It is corrected up to oclock Wednesday but is sub oct to variations thereafter on private a vices from Louisville dealers Wheat per bu 60 to 65 Corn per bu ootO 25 Oatfl perbn 30 to 85 Ryepcrbu 50 Clover per bu 200to02i Timothy per bu tS to 001BoyHay mover per cwt 85 to 40 LOUISVILLE MARKETS CATTLE Report furnished by tho LouIsVIlli Live Stock Jonrbal 2Jl West Main Street Lou isville Ky iOLlgbtBest butcher ste rs 31 5a4 25 Fair to g dbutchertcrs 8 U8 50 Common to med batcher steers 3 50u3 00 Thin rough steers poor cows and scalawags 25a9 25 Oxen good to cxtrs 3 50a4 00 Oxen common to medium 3 Sla3 60 Feeders 4 65 4CJOa475nullsVeal Calves 5 S5a8 C- OMILCH COWS Choice much cowseas 00 Fair to goOd 00x2500 HOOt3 Choice packing and butchers 235 ll to Jb v 350 Fair to good packlrfg 183 Jb topOOlb 340 Good to extra light 10Q180 lb32532l5 Fatshoataa20lCOlb 8 20a Fat hoats Iftli40 Ib 8 PIgs6Qo90it1s h 375H3S5- Rbngb Ib 275310 NEWSLEAPER f l 00 aye r WANTEU Agent 10ruHistcry of tbo SprtnlsbAihoricnn War by lion Henry Wntfareon A complete at then Ito history litmtrated vith over 78 full page halftones and WaDS richly cplortd pljturcfli Largo royal ootnro yolumo superb outfit postpaid for only cent sUraps takou Most liberal t rnw given TboRrortost opportunity of the CompanY1AkronOblo CASTORFor Infants and Children The Kind You Hiw Always iBiygMI Bears tho- S1gnature of DR bALDVELyJ S NCURES CON Tie ATIOH DaUarfls Snow Llnlmontr There Is no pain It will not roUovd no swelling It Till pot subduduo wound It will not lical It will cure loSt ltcs ell bluUt and corns Harden Rob rtspnl Stop that barking by tho u Of Bal laids ilorohouud Syrup It aFts the cough allays Irritation of the throatt and relieves congestion of the a day It la sale Hid pleasantlugSInd never disappolntt 25c lI don knbettaQ t 6Qit 4V ttT ilA tittf a 1 CT MJI ra iiJ tAtwi IflrTkiAlUSt r ILUDtF- gEE IFURNItUREItls What+ ci fstornJ thye Just receIvedlineI mo 8w out I omeITdles ort F trivdi5an 1 it1 have a 1f111j li1 vea De of so LSOul arspetp1 rrom Dropsrto select emDcan YOur ahent4r Jon to 4 r We llouM1d5 Our stock i i01r lInt of x jcUnd rtaki g Gq 1S attended to e iQ orlig- YESCO IiT Sa IMA SRINGpIELIj MAIN STREET X i Hoadquarter c tL FOR THE FARMERS tA jttl L f I j2YWe handle all1 lands 6f Farniiiigf ILkp r ments arid Wagons and carry a C fuphi I line of Fine jr Buggies Phactous Srreys ttc J 1L SUPERIOR DISO DRILLS Thest v f j wheat drill on the inarketi One aM tdii horse SIzes j i a fc1a v J iWe buy and ell lfay and Ehain nd lp1tf kinds ofseed 4 t i THOMPSON LAKE tVfjr Jtf SPRINGFIELD rJr lABUSINESSEDUCATII N the Orwrnnnwhowondwln aucceaslnllfe lhIilie eoooedodjtisuf ihe ita ig ov l DlDg aHh ahtaD1s II thnei7 fronhaDk j 1 BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGEct ysLOUISVILLE tilh lookkeept TetcgrapK Shorthand SIiJIJVVBJRTONG9lIEN f flUndeijok Funeral Birectorsi HC6FPJNS ifii OABKEfR j I OF ALL ROBES- KINDS nnnam r g t lmpo uhool KY ifS Write for beautiful book givingtestimon1aThfro griuates occupying prominent positions all Poyia a5 I tho United States Itwlll bo mailed WSEB c I f k t if I rs and f BURIAL Mtfo FULLY EUIPIED CaU answered poptly diy night 4 ThOservicosof an EXPERIENCED EYBALJ4J1Itj 0 grauate from a school of embalming b ebee lIi c 1 1 r II qHAGAN BLOCK FliJtINOFIZLD XYiI f 1 BRING YOTffiW C 5 ft Sfl as v tii i L i J b WorkM 1 nf Jtb 0 LJt 1 I t f JWJ 1 TO TilE i NtlEWSLEDEfi- WIie it isaahvays d t4eativ- 4in3ii latest att very reasonable pif ts for Infants and Children The KiiidYou laie Always BouIit T I DEARS THE SIGNATURE OF 4F In Use For Over SO Years yuUAVeYfitrT nna onn crnr y- I Goftd Akvlco rl Shall out the ckels and dg f the dimes turn Sm loose and- whittle and wollhava bottdr times there wilt be Jo er patches 4 O the1boscim of our panL unit ix well matea better pfter if wo jTBt half chance JDonfc irive 4 TM k Rtj old story Ionc gqne lo bout taking more papers 4 ipka IB tamily waits tolrdad t feelp toJeecl the printer and f iftlL help your tQwa to grow t iin1 thus escape the sulphur in J the regions down bolbw tExl frf No ICight To Ocilno1K Tim iu oinahmHo is lovoly in fie fQ1inZli tampyilI always bayc frtertdfi hut onirvho would be i jitraolLve must 1ep liar health Ii- t A is weak Bickly nm11I run dgfrn she will be nervoustainyirrit fWw Ifbae jjins constTpatioTi or Jtiificy trouble her Impure blood wJH cause Dimples blotch e skin 44 eruptions and a wefchad corn llexipn Ehotric Hitters is tho bcMrneti1cine1n the world to regulate jtamSches Hver and fcj ncyl and tQ purify the blooil It Ijtf8 strong ncrvcj brisht eyes 4iHeotft velvety skin rich corn o ijlejdon It will niakea gobdlooi- cJlftj charming wuraan of a run lrVj inwiIzIL Only 5 cqjts at Hjtydon Robertson Drug Storc AntaHors Eai Woll vVSditor Pilcher of the Nicho Oasvill p mocratslaida farewell I to his deliiiqtient subscribers dV IojIuW eVith this Issue the present editor of tim Democrat bids fare weli for the tfaira Wttio In ten a years to a Washington Hand t IPiess and a healthy mortgage to go gunning for Delinquent Subscribers This will at least b diversion from being hunted impDrlunate creditors Hav SSiigaiidqour last can of paste- it is afleast a pleasure lo have a succe or ot our own choosing to pefforfb this very important function Tbose indebted to us S1for subscription job printing 01 1 advertising vill please hot con ceal themselves tit remember Sthat it is the inid winter season- that wo find oursilf out in the oold Should this toice fall upon iriek eye of any newspaper Inn weary and worn under a ttrderKofcareg wo might be m dnced to share them it he bathe price Washington Hang Presses and mortgages ar Tjedfrom this as v the lhoughe of them is enough thake one nutty t5 rToBiatf for Tlfty dests Gaafiatfeiltobicco habit cnto tnoUes weak trog 1ccd thc rO1 All dragglst- ICo11 ia flite Day tvTaki tkuEailvD llrojno Qnlulnc TaMots A1Ldrugiso1undnuoinyiT taUsto re 2c Tim genulno Iis k B Q ou ClCk tibIot orlOr tno FOflCiti rfet eitromely good for the sufferer ijt harassing disease ia Dr Mr Ohrry Pectoral No medi c cfm cphipare with this great Qrdy is the pronipt and perma e1lt r0d iit gives in all bronchial a f ioas it stops fho cough t Wittw irritated throat and in nc reih mg slcep 4 9 trcBcikl trouble of nick a per a4 fctofcorn charactar that the doo Ordilmryitreoti7nendoInIo CMc1 orL One btt13 ceP 55b YOODON PM- IForoetHillWVa stlS Aort tbe ago I ffte taltea 7ith a phyQI2l11 Jhig aathL to core vie CFecreL B Altoo I JICEs- Zf4 bathmM I The Gowns Gornplaint- Budduist priests are constant ly active in China Japan and other eastern countries makingS and circulating tracts lets condemning tlje sofflhSjeod and Inculcating plus of kindness to animals One of these missionary priests ajTew ago asro wrote and circulated verx widely a5 his own expense a poem entitlod rEbr Cows Complaint for an English translation of which ware indebted to a medical friend In Uhinbi and from which we quote the following stanzas SDospltarny tongandiiseful1IfS They giro iao to tlili butobera linlfc Ha Uoo up withOut a tear And cutsgny throat from ear to oar Jljuibnth Is dumb uDformed for cles Butbo ra gUzt1n my cyca SoQhVnll oy lucklfra flesh and bone Ungrdt fnl mortals JTatte on My murderer Ehailtroaio to grief Along with all who becif t Vh3a Im a nan and you a cow Ill troat oa as you treat me now J HKplloK In Good HealtaDecember III lafoWuM Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citi- zeri of Hannibelr Mpt lately lied a wonderful Deliverance froth a frjghtfaiileatli In telling out hei- Y1S3I was taken vitli Tvnlinii Fovertiat ran into Pneumonia My Unngs became hardened I vas so weak I couUlnt even set up in bcfl Nohihgiholped me I expected to soon die qi consumption when I heard ui Dr hings Now Discov cry One DQttlogave great relief continued to use it and now am well and strong 1 Cant say too much m its praise This maryol Ions medicine sis tho surest and quickest euro in tho world for all Throat and Lung Trouble Regu lar sizes 50cents and 100 Trial hot ties free at Baydon Roberteon Drugfitow every bottle guaranteed j THEY HAVE EDUCATED FEET ninilooTraileinien Jlako Good Vu of Theli Jdat Extremllles The French qthnologlat Professor Regnauilt has made special jstudles InI Ihe far east In jregard to the ability of the feetSas auxiliaries of their hahdSc This ability is particularly noticeable when one watches Hindoo tradesmen at their work The carpenter employs his feet i as a rise end as a gauge the shoe maker holds the shoe between his feetI Cleaving both his hands free to work BPOQ It tile Hindoo butcher toldi a knife between the big and the second toe antI cuts hb meat by drawing it across the knife and pressing it down with both hands The help of the feet 4Is moss valuable Iin yQaying and It is a wonderful thing to us to see a Hln dob artisan use both his hands and hisu feet in handling his loom Begnault also obiervoda child Climbing a tree and grasping the branches of the tree betsveea the two first toes of either foot whenever a Lold could thus be secured This collaboration of the feet with the hands it would seen is the result of several changes in the physical de velbpmont which tlie Undoo race has undergone in the course of time through outward agencies Their hip joints are much freer and more limber than Ours and will permit them to EQCat on the ground and at the same time approach thq feet so near to their hands that they can grasp with their feet the work in hanI and hold it wIth sonic expense of Strength The ankle 3oint s also limber and works freely and fha big toe is more devel oped and can be moved hy them at will as regards its bending and stretching Its separating front and approaching toward the second toe The normal foot of the Hindoo shows a largo sfcace between iho big toeand the second this however is due solely to their wearing sandals which are placedbetween holdingtitestrengthen these toes and the use of the feet being a general custom and tried even by children of the tendereist ajne has gradually changed the Hin doo anatomy Funeral In Arabia One of the strangest and most af feeling sights In an Arab town says a Tunircorfespondoat of London Sketch Is that of the funerals which may be ai CorpseIsgrass and earned either on a bier or on mens ahbuldors Thomqurners loungo alOag some In front And some bobtail crooning ere3of the pran In ti nn chply troos which haunt one for dayii cfterwajjg This walling is however nothing to that which gOa on Ih thoiiocEjs ot the d ceased Tyhcq I waEjstaying la the country near Tunte I heard it kept up uringp WflQljHjJgnuh a neighboring village ftcjl 1 can conceive nothlkifi more afEpprataly deprcas1g titan these trntu o htm ptatonwfted through thp arkie t3 tetzc lly do- giced It efen less wnll Cmk I did and hCt cft d to iaitt la thd doleful 2g2ttctuWITH OUR TV L UiM- tSktlttiNotices stqk scc or raiij wanted or rar eae di C4celiango insOr1 lu this cot umpTHBtsor ciTARar Facmnrs are re qnestcd to send in stock or crop items foj publlcation liEcEars VM Spa1dng and B S ipityinglyjSolci two loadnot cattle and onoload of hogs in LouTsville Mon day H E O Daniel and j A Bridge water also sold twoloads of cattlo in the samp marfceton eame day Av jr hgeiprlce of cattle 4J conts Lebauon Ent ir1ae 4Toro Ia talkof bnUdjng a big to bdcc4 faotory at Lexington by a gyrrdlcatalieadod by Senator Eklne Tliopropo30d plant would be able fo manufacture poundapf raw tobacco annually and employ 5000 men ttSEino Bramah chick n for salt cheap by Mrs Kate Qroono Texas KJ E P Fatilconor haf just returned an oitiinded trip In tho interest of LIs February sale and says ha will this m 4iayo4 e r Q4best lot of bprses ever oatalouged Hlsadvertis nxent of his uezt Sale will be found in another part of tho NowBLeader i t i It Is estimated that Clark county farmers have marketed or will mar hot this season TCOO fat cattle at prlctjfl that will bring 8450 to 500000 into the county Many of these cat jtie are pxporlod to England Borirhon iis the only country in the State that exceeds Clark in this respect this yew having marketed it is said about 10000 head for over 50000 iit-Tliof ollowing is the general rule fOr Jmeasnrinpcorn iwo cubit feet of go6T3 found dry corn In the oar will malcavbnebcl of shellod corn To get the qaalitv tshelled cornin a box of orh In the ear moasurp the length broadtb and hoigth of the box Inside of the railmalUply the length by the breadth and the product by the heiJi thyn divide the by tvoi and yi3irfayo tho liamDor of bushels of flholled corn in the box t Mr W 0 Rogers aold to Cal O JT Travis of Lttfayette Indiana one mixed load abort horn and Angus cat tie for 1180 also to John Argabrite pfBlakerMills West Virginia 30 Lead Of shorthorn and Angus and 4 Hert ford for 81225Lebanon Enterprise 1isinnrks iron Norvo wj Was the result of hig pplendid- hcslv l Indomitable villatid trciminiloua energy are not found where Stomachc Liyer Kulntys anjdtBowels are put of order Il youtNant these qualitips anti tub success Newi IjngsLiheyerypower of brajn and body pnjjj 25c at lisiydoti k Robertson drug store cnprua until i was flairtempted to put aiuiret through his head perhaps ythe strangest of till the funerals T saw WM at BIzerta R was that ofsa baby Itsgravojlnan Slaved Jn Finland A regular slavemart still exists In many country districts of Finland Once a jrear such paupers lunatics and aged pdbplo of each parish as cannot EuppcrC themselvo are put up at pub lid auction and consigned to those families or farmers who will board them at the lowest prlco off ejod by the parish authorities The helpless jcrea tures are made to work as much as possible by their owners who have thq right to chastise them Paper III The lInt paper mill was erected in lego at noxboro Pa on a stream since called Paper Mill run which empties into the Wlssahlckon by William Hit tinghuyscn who emigrated from Hoi land He In conjunction with Wll Ham Bradford vfus the proprietor la the manufacture of paper made from Hahn rags the product of flax grown in the vlclnfty which had been manu factored into wearing apparel Fair for One tt the Other Couptry roads In China are never bounded by fenced but are entirely uh defined While the farmer has the right to plough up any road passing through his land drivers of vehicle havdan equal right and they excrclso It to traverse any portion of the cairn try at will Economy In Shop Loco J Shoe laces are uv be made with a qoreof hemp or other strong cord In closed In a loosely woven casing the core extending Into a tongue of coiled wire or soft brass at either end thus forming a string which will not wear out easily Zulus Great Trnvcler The rate at which Zulus can travel In an emergency is astonishing onjo Will cover as muci as fifty miles ln fix hours Eight lies an hour Is an ordinary pac- eTrantpoiltto fnnccc hry- A WMtern nina apateated a taov abrekeyboard for oslcal Instruments by means of whlcl the music is trans posed rsb that tr lepocltlon by the player is unnecejf ry Atst tarit Ixjyers and dr ends have one trait in ciimmon thej e always wanting jutpBs r e Srree of IIublL Private Quickstep didnt fell the truth when he said he wasnt aiawleJ M4d one officer v Have you Information to the con trnryfdqjiired the other No But lie was wjilblngrln his sleep last nigit and when vre asked where rho was goln he Bail to put the eat out and see if tie basement door was locked rftC nisrn1 flrIZoya halr sold cho p In London ro coatJy Lcofia of King ESard IV p Geor IlL of the Prino gs Cbsr qU4VIes and tnpofwithbIg WlhilamTVa acethT- hS t iiiuiala orn1thsntc1i thrown m brought 14 at tnctlbn c SvtWab1k pttatf j The sympathetic tenderness of a 1ev cxpectordeal Gcorg Layton Esq a promi neat druggist of Dayton O gives kthe fo1lqwgcae A Jdotacr of olnc wticae wife has used beforeflnexnc con the teraeuy that if she had to go through theordeal and th rs were but four bottles bn the market end the cost was per bottle she would have them Mothcr1 Mend is a sticntifically compounded liniment which affqrds cer tain relief in the various ailments pre ceding childbirth and assures proper elasticity to the cords and muscles Involved in the final ordeal Motbert Pried is sold by drug glsts or ressed on receipt of one dollar Valuable boole Iefore Baby Ii Born mailed free on application TIlE Atlanta Ox A Talking Machine Marvel The T lkifj machine which re ports from Purls state is to be hard by ton thousand people at once at the Paris Exposition has bean completed A private exhibition of this remarkable talk ing machine was Rivon Thanks g4yig week in the office of the American Graphophone Oath pany in New York to represen tatives of No York press The exhibition vras in every way suc cessful The machine wll beT coraofamiliar to Amsricnnslong before tho Paris Exposition op ens The Parsian story is wrong in intimating that Vhe machine is of huge size It is scarcely 1arIer than the ordinary phone Ithas a giants voice but not a giants body The new ma chine is known as the tfraphoph one Grand A song can bo re produced by it with such volatnp as to be heard ubove the voices of a large congreguation singing A sppfcch can be produced so as to be heard as far as and farthfec thah Hie human voice tan carry sound The uew machine repro ducts not only with great vol butwitb greator naturalness and purity of tone than any talking machbaa yet devised This has resulted from oxperi monts niadtjby My H Hacdoa aid manager of the factory of the American raphophono Com jpsny along tho lines laid down by Bed xnd Tjinter At the end of ibo exhibition Mr A J Oi t heimer of Philadelphia ordered one of the now machines to be constructed for the Emperor of tTvruWhat la the uso of maklm n better ar tlcle than your competitor if you cannot got n better prUt for i- tAnM thoro In no dlfrorenco in the price the public will luiy only the bettor sj that w bIte our prolltB may be siiiallcr Vu a single swalo that will f e much greatt or in tile aigrPgate How can you got tnfe public to know your make is the beet If both articles are brought pfv rilnontt ly before tliorpublio both are certain to be tried and the public will very quiet ly pass judgement on them and neohly rtis bctur one Tills cxpinlna this largo enlo ClicinbernlnoV Cnngli llcmcdy The people Uuxo iweu useini it for years and have found that It em always ho dependt l upon Tiicy may occHskin ally take up with eomo faslioiiHbli iiov city jut fortli with exaggerated claims but a r certain to return to tti one re niiHly that jhey know to be rullabie and fprcough colds and croup there tititWn equal ChniBlKjrlaiufl ouliI- tenlaly Fr ante by HiOuon tt Jtobert son For It uiuoutit- DI J C TMsliop of Atgtiftw Mich tmys I have usotl IoJeya II noy situ Turin tiireo very severe c soa of iineu inonift the month with gn4 results HavilouiV lint urtKiii Delicate hiIdrent They do not complain of S anythingin particular They g g cat enough but keep thin and pale Theyappearfairlywell but have no strength You j i cannot say they are really fe sick and so you call them H i delicate Vhatcanbedoncfortll g Our answer is the same rnjs j 5 tine best physicians have been t 6 giving for a quarter of a cent i g tiiry Give thcrrr vk SCOWS ft I Oil willSi Ut WltJU lt Hyjoiphosphites It has most re Ifc markable nourishing power Hi Itgivcsc lortotlicblood It w brings strength to the raus k des It addspowcr to the nerves If means robust healthand vigor Even deli cate infants rapidly gain in s t r flesh if given a small amount f s three or four times each day K see and booH drafts g SCOTT iBOWHE ew York Ir Clubbing UsL The best Magazines and New spapers gpufylislied in the country offered at re duced rates to NEWS LEADER subscribers As a special iiiducefflcht to new subscribers and old ones who renew we have at no little troable anti expense rnade arrangorneiits with i large number ol manzines ansi newspapers to offer them ut grtfatly- rcducoij ratcBi In sonic cases we oflflf you tho NEWS LExVDKit ancj tin other publication togetlfer fOr one yuar at the pricVof the one Now tht tiino to bern and here is list of some of the offers WITh NEWuApUU Lonlsville Post daily S275 Courier Journal twice a week 150 Louisville Com irieiicTiil daily 5 00 Louisville omniercij Vvreekly 125 Liduisvllc Dispatch 165 HOme and Farm 140 Fanners Home Journal 175 Om ComratsrciaiTribuiio1 140 Cincinnati Enquijrcr 150 Country Gentleman 800 Interstate Poultryman 180 Ohio Farmer 350 Independent 3 W Silver Knight iso St Louts GlobeDemocrat 175 Century Mngnzino 450 it Nicholas 850 Southern Flonst nail r Gafdcnr js 150 Majflovrer 3H- Ollatpers Ma aaino 100 Unrpers Weekly 426- llarpard Baaar 425- Lirppra Round Table 550 1YWorld Tri 175 Munsejs Magazine 185 McUluros Magaxme 180 Review of Rovievrs 300 Now York Weekly Tribune 125 N TrieaWee4c World 165 Frank Leslies Popular Monthly32n The Arena 300 McUalPa Magazine 125 KeR- POSTED By a special arrangement and for a short time only wc will offer the Twicea Week tCollrier Jourll1 AND THE IewsLead One Year For Only The Courier Journal has the BEST war news ser vice of any ot them and you get it twice a week with the NewaLcader making three papers a week or 156 papers a year for dhly a Dollar arid a Quarter 1This offer is opennll oH subscribers to tl o Nmys tjiipER who pay up and cub year in ad Hvaflqb and to any new siibV scribers we cbnsidqrtbls bne6f the nipstliboral offers mad and tjiore is no reason whj tnyono shoUld not keep posted pnia thp war aevfi and homo pews HSi ellr A fijjirss 6omluiunicaiibnstQ flkDAvISoN Jn1 wtx4YSpnngfield try r THE WOXDDRS OF SCIEHCB Lung Troubles and COftsump ion CanBe duKd C An ISmlndnt JTow York Obcmlat and Ucientiit Makes tiprda OCter to par Hoaders Tha dlstlngntebcd Kow Yorkcboraist T5 A BIpcum demoBstratlng his discoysry o a rt JlaWe and absolute cure for copsvnnipl iUn tPulmonary Tu rculoals ann all brpnobial throa Imig and chest dlseaeee itpbbora coughs cotnrrhcl ulTuctlon gpp eral decllno and woaknftaa loss of flush and conditions of wasting Away wihgoOd THREB FRE BOTTLES Jail different of his now discoveries to any afflicted road r tbe KEWSLEADEH wrilic jfer them Ills sow clentico Trcutmont1 hjt cured thouRanSs permanently by It timely profeatonalt trial of his hufalliblOcure conceayoreo es new onersacd this Rroat chemist patiently oxperlaicntlbf forycars huttprIuced results us aneBcIa co hunmnlty as can bo clalpedby any mo jrn genius His assertion that lung troub tea end consumption ore curablo lit any climate is proven by heartfelt lettois gratitude flIed la his Amsrlcen and Euro peas laboratories In thousands from those cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that branchial chest mid lung troubles lead to consumption which cniutenruptcdi means apocdy and certain doatb Simply 7rit6 to T A Slocum M G w Pino street New Yort giving post oSlce and express address nud tIc frfrarotdicine will be promptly font Sufferers should tko iustant advavta e dl this generous prypoalsloii Please tell the Doctor Umt you saw his oiler the NstvsLanrn GOOD FARMS r Ip Daviess cotiiiirrrtfcie bet county inWestern Kentucky The host county in the state Tho best mariret in the stale for tobacco wheat corn potatoes tomatoes and the only market for cornstall which yield 12 per acre v Owensbor the county seatbas 18000 population is on the Ohio river and bas three railroads best schools in the state W have arms for sale ranging from 25 lo 400 acres atd at most redr sonahlo prices Here aie two of them jTracI No lB55acrcs 7 mites from Uycnhlxiro iii hntne ncIanborJiood on Calhoun mad high leyel land croak on onto line ninall houso and barn 18 acres of clover rest of land in tine state of cultivation price 0Ily tdO an acre- Tract Xo 2193 ncrea iioar Woribrng ton o ii ntiiroad Ii inllts west of Owens boro level land nearly nil cleared epleiilnl for wheat and burley tolwcco there are several mall housew and two tnuarcn barns wo will divide this tract Into 60 irene trictBr prico 20 per acre Terms on all onctulrd cash balance In one two and threo year Wo sell lund cheapir lhan anybody else in this part of tlp state Write for our list nffdrm- sWILLIAMS LITTLE 211 12 Third St OwensbornKy ifcrat Tobacco Spit and Siaslit Toor Uft iwaj To quit Ubacco easily and forever bo taae ache tnu or Wo nerve arid vlgcr take NoTo Use the wonJerwijrUsr that makes wet moa strcuj All drngistg orSI Core gearan teed Booklet and aampty tree Address BUJrtlBg lteui dy Ca Chicago or New York A GRITOE TIME During the Battle of Santiago SICK OR WELL A RUSH NIGHT AND DAY J The Packers at the Battle of Santlfgo do Cuba were alt jSoroco Tfaelr role efforts ia Getting Amnpmqn and Rations to the Front SaVodTtho Day P K llutlcr of pack train No 3 writing from Santiago do Cuba on July 231 says uVoall hud cliurrlioea In more or Iwa violent onjti and when we landed wo shad no tuna to see a doctor for H was a cane ot rush and rush nlpht flnd Iay to keep thp troops ftnppllod with arpanltlorf nild rut ions but thanks to Chcnnbcrlalns Colic Cholera hnd Diarrhoea lcinedy We were able to keep at work and ken j our health In fact iamncerolybeiltvs that at pne critical time this meklclno wie ah indirect savior to bur army for II the packers ha J been unable to york there would have been no way of getting slip plies to the front There were no reads that a wagon train could KM Sly com rade and fnysolf had thegood fortnlioto lay in n supply of this medicine Iwforo we left iVttnm nnd I knvr In noun ceeea itabsolutely saved my life The above Inttfirf written to the ninnufnctiueni of this medicine the Chain lain Medicine fo DesMoinesIft For sale by Hnv lon titohertson The Kidney Complexion The palo Hallow Runlcenohcclc die trtt 0tl looking pepla you so often meet nro nlUcoil wit ii Kidney Complexion1 Their kUHiAysar tnrmnj to parsnip color So la their oonipl lon They may atei have iiullgseUon or suffer front pleeplfrtsneaa rheumHtism neuralgia bralil tronbtg rirvoua cx hausUon and somatmos tho hcBrt acts cause is w k nnMWithylcUlneys- U uaHy tliQ suITercr from kldtiuy die oawjl k8ijiot Situ out wbt trouble Is until ha almost too late lwauo the tir t syuiptdtJiH aro Ikefnlld slckn i thai they Uonot think tnpy iiood m dtcine or a doctor Unlit thay find Ihomvlvqs sioltiti lieu Dr KjltcriSxvnmpirfeot will bnlld JupnnilfitrnnKtheii thglr ak sind dtn OAsni kidneys pujlf r tTfeh dti aBCd kitlpoypolsonod blood cloan Jhitir cum Itloxion and soon ikpy will on ny bolter health Ymlqanset the rcftnljir plae i t the lrugB at fifty eqree ami ono dollar or you may flptt prove for yourself tho vontierf virtues of this gruel cltsoov err Swamp ll ot by sending your ad IrtKAto ifi Kilmer t fcb flliiKhatnp ton K Yj fftrnsampibbottlQatja upak thftt tolls iiH nU nt it both Rent to absolutely coo nymair When wrttlitg ill oLreriifhp z Curu tuitsUiaLhfn V rovc- rTTcCiscars CauUy CalUan c oce- It t c C n to c4O cruggist rufau rwecy ii WHY SUFFER AoNY SlVhenthNS OOtPL1 PILE CUBE is guantirttetfl 11115 the iscoery of ant eminent pliyeioia frtocilroyou ttofflifaf JttlBhlwStorfBwta4I The first treatnjeht brings immediate relief Itital cured thousands and will cure you i MR T 43 WILG X gronrinenfc merchant polifadiaa and chief of the Chanooga Fire Deiartmehtr says jsp P11E OINTMENTwhs7eC ommendcd to me The use of one bo cjTected permanent cure I volpntarlly give you this statementhopIzg it wIlbe the means f of bn1ngingyour wonderful remedy to the attention of others an fering vrlth piles Pricc i00r Prepaid to any Address DON CII3MICAL COMPANY j CHATTAKOfOaA ThNNr 5S u+ + + t4G ++ 4+ 9 + 4 e z POWDI3RED BUTTER MIII Tt1N P vIJ3IEtMade of the Finest Blue Grass Kentucky Cream Immrffatfly after It Js churned It l vapcrated by a boiling tsat to a Ay yewAr ti andxaixed itntte FINEST CREAM TARTARSU and SODA THflONLY BAKIKG POWDER WITH THQ MILK ALREADY IK it x To make the Finest and Richest Biscuit and other Breads theLtf htest and SweeUrt + Cakes Ac without the Use of More UUk Forall BaklngPurpose ta Wttbqntaaeqwl z FOR PURITY AND EXCEOEHOE IS WITHOUT A C8lliSR floth1ngbut the Beet R su1t ca coeta cithe Pree oastsnt Use of Powdered flutter Milk Baking Powdcr Cad Indlipeniafcle for Pure aal SVbO1BIS 4cBread and Cokes at home cod on Steam Ships and Ocean Vessels fTwo topapooiaf 1410 to otto cjuort of flour F B MloFco9liOuisvIleKy US A ll6the rouFau ii- We HaySrthou sniU offelce well grown Ti nos Vinihi Et S for Fall delivory Writoiisd wo will make prices by thonffxt mall Lvf J B OBRYAF COUNTY AOT GARDINER BROS DBATSVILLE Aro you packing in strength and energy Ard yots nervous dfspoudrnt Irritable billow constipated anil gn- eralfy run down In health If nnt your liver is torpid and a foWd6w of Herb inc will tuill yiil ucruiiia iu iiu equal- subcolUi restorer Haydon iRobert L0 Beanly 3 Dlootl cej Clean Wood means A steaa stlm No heautywithoiit it Cecsrete Caadfabar le clean yotir bdaMi ke p it clean by I tirriDg up the lazy Jhror asd driving anui I aintoe ftest the body 1i in today IIaLtk pimples boils b1ukhesbIacbbeada bd that asiddybuLipu cemp3exin taking taacaretibesOty Mr ttn seats Mi dn- g5s Mtusnetior gusraitcd IcZc rooteffected fay Heat or Cold Highest Awards t Centennial Paris and Worlds Fair- Lln7thnd FfijlZEF1 LUBRICATOR Fictoriej 1iLl Cbd so twit Yofc LOCflI Dlscaso A Clitnatic Affection othig bnt a rilzedy or cbanae of dlfuaio will core It Qct wollltnoirn pknr inseouUcal retacd J Kljs Crean Bata shedIonceSNaial rktiec CATARRH COLD HEAD I4Iias lnnatnm llcnl sod tiinttxto the membrane K tori the aeaee ot Taste and t Smell Ko Cocaine Mercury Xo JnjBrifiu ru size ttc at Drrggie ty1aui DUOStU AVtrreTHt Neirlok eaTu QCUUT WflTE5fjjflE FOR 20 YEARS H is tod all Vorm Rdmodles VERY BOTtLE GUARANTEED SOIJ EVEBYAVHEBE- rnpna saDness sr3 50 YEARS 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Izourn its frit- oascihcnMt zetrlbt tf Harpers Eazar Atbnov1c Ai h IidortlaJHlo ap h4ts each yearTsaid Adjutr jjlfc Jtofcn Jewel while in re ttfetowit wiood tthe Cbnince- rif e1t 6tindy night itTaevQr t ft jo bring Jo rafsmory tn- y4rfl ft4inQrin386 I was N Qnm Douglas and the prison f y a wert nearly starved vVe fcftd about cleaned the place oft tte t fHlil that dcjircracv bad ken s upward tendency arid aplcce1iOi tl inODe andit was nO uncom MOW thing to see a poor Jarnisht rtbgllyatcbiDg a rat holel Vllb Mtkk with a shrpn 11 driven0 ifcKNgV the eadrbf it and such kp rtdfd they becprqp that ifa Tftt WM Indiscreet enough to Mfrfr ItS much as tbo point of his c iherevdrgotback But to tto flUtaor On Christmas Eve ibf wife of ft Union jpfficer came ire Michigan tospenihe hail 4ysw1th tier husband andwas BJT jboirn through the Prison P fling her was a half grown IftwfovndUnd dog a great pet Oilw Williams front Georg- iaiot1iftfellowwatche their js fportunity tbfew a blanket fctirthe dOtj head and in ajitfy darted into their qujtt rs cut Jt throat letting tho blood into wsHspidore Watching their r ihac thr skinned him made day with the bide cut the carcass p 5 to quarters and on Christmas JA1WIIJi ms myself Wes Uobards and sbvoral others had Jried dog baked dog and boiled youtJlMitt coon moat venison opos a brauy other kind of meat JMi the kiest meat of all is doji atWhen It is baked brown L swtbadopr was missed bills Wire fatbroug out the pri 1iOt1 pferin 50 for the return of- I tand on one of these Jskfri the prison wit wrote Far wSJatot r dtha dog is dead yor tlie want of neat the dog was onto For this every prisoner was jMiti oi half rations whout besi 0 riy rJJhtetin g bo t one FOsqarmea1fbr a tsIareIr- Giiis 6NIt bat1f 1f1ocIi give ypUr Irla pros y tIiewiui eep Son choose a 41Lr74 iD J Minyti person has gottrcked rJlookiQK a Jt It horse lnfbt Cmuch The averageChristmas slipper s about tbo worst thing that putI n bls fcot into f ttoifif business without adver 4nEls shout thcrsrtmatbina- p j f a nr ttygirI tohang up tfrud then neglect t6 lIt ierWJiitis always commenda Ct idOt f givo a man a j of whisky justbecause its 1H4J knowE that lie nsos it Thtr 1a drawbaclc to eveiy 1 i if bteworldJ Tbebiggeslt f itte small bay Can findj fe pfr fof variety withpnt au- 3I4lii tfJOI1 arjihrul Dot to rtrht1w b yc anvtbtng wifo CrisOi0as there is r t wbctwbW A vds ie we I it JLrNm ll1aseompJtlure1 m1of oMrvl wb lglf1t4 eJit d W mwiip cmdwrij ohU itJt1r11Vkiyn N Y trial iw w ii Myi- qiIt 4 Dim wilt m IIIf IIJ 1lroUiR j Tt re CUWpflflf Vor- i4A TJ r cutJv jfIHlL li r I- cC JI wkl If J 4 vI y v r o V Iib t 9IW r if fc vli y1 vu e r f From the NEWSLKADBnsJLHtlai Priendo v drcM IItj beautiful doll yrith golden bairn IIdeept toII o Youplittlofrlond- Eleanor Duncan MyJDcar Santa Claus I want you to ploaao bring tno oome nclothes for my doll so that I can dress bQr up Christinas Please bring ino a folding bod a whIte bureauiand Wash etand aorno Candy nuts and oran oo and a Qbrltmaa tree Please bring me some ailvor toilet artiolds for my b ureauj Goodbye Bflbo McOboVd Dear antaOlatv PJeaaoliring mo a doll that goes to sleep when f put her to bod and a night gown for lay doll end bdd with a pillow on it and a little table for my doll if you chooBO and o littld lamp and sonic fancy and como etiek candy top and cloak for my doll and hood for her in winter time I want my doll with oboes and stockings om ber feet tbat I can take off at night and a 100kJngt glass and bdr rin nydo1ti head it yott plessa wtlLgo to bed early and sloop mighty tight Ellen Waters Dear Santa As cliristmas tins como around again r wilL Wi1ta and teilyou what want fwent a doll with blue eyes a rocking chair a book a Bllver bracelet and tots of nice candy nnt and oranges r aha just four ypars old and cant wrIte myself but got my elstcr to write J will cloed now hoping to get every thing I want Good Bye Your true little friend Lucille GreeneI Dear Santa i wrfte you to Tat you know what I want You will please bring ino a express wagon wIth iron wbeel3a knife and a whip and a suIt otcIotb alfio candy puts and oranges I wa about to orgttI want a mother goose book lam 0 years old Your Jittlo friend Stewart Greene Dear Santa Claua Pleaser bring me a heelbarrow and a ax anti a French1 horn und a story book candy and nuts and oranges I Thomas ilayd n Dear Santa Clauae I am goingto have my hair cut so I will expect you Christmas night please Santa bring inc a box of tools a lap ground horn story Book and a stocking fullof cand lam studing liard nail wilt try to get to frog bo iforov Christinas I havo two little jjrolhcra pleas bring thorn something J fj tit a little g ri Bovfln years old II want you to Ijritig TOe tea set bracelet I Well1guceaf time Lena Noe Daranta Claus Pleaee do not forgot me I am a lit tie fepyiilne years old and want nuts andcaridy a4 spnjo firewbrktf and tii little place of tooriey to put in my liank account Allen Waters 1 JfD ar8sntaSihWfe bring moa littl aMadelIand rwontcryany aglooJ nbzno YOnHIttIfrispdII fI Laltn bertz- L tI Dikta Claq thaAtomt can4nubanci6rangc- ir n Bae Ii Bfcssle Watkias I ai fn car ddj HOLIDAY SUPPLEMENTCHRISTMAS 189r81 WSt ieceict Dear Santa Clans I Want a gun and tool oncst anil a steam engine and some nuts candy andoracgcs YOrirttruJy Dudley KobertsonJ Dear Santa As mm only a littio girl I cannot write avery long Hotter I go to school antltcai learning to read Iud write viryfakt Rovr I rm Eofyfflo tenyou what I wanK I tanta doircnd a doll buggy and come candy and some nuts an Iota moro things Ibopa you will be so tlnd os to bring mo fnati I want Gqod by your little girl Oor na Buckman or Dqrtr anta Olaus Twant yon to bring me a football n drumjand aborpn suit of clotbos flomp nut aud candy Good bye this feJftlLI caa say from Jimi Shnltz Dear Santa JLam a httio girl just ten yearsold I iI go to Echool I can read and write and opell and I want you to bring Jots of nicerthings now I will toll you what IiTrant a doll and eomo Cllndny and lofeof other thIngs aot hope you will btfeo Iiinda8to brIde mo all I want- yours Respectfully t Maggie Backmaru fMr Santa I1adbring mo some fireworks I am not afraid of guns If I have boenBhot Your little boy Lewis Barry Dear Santa Claus 1 ain a Ijttloglrl lOxoara old no- v ry large to my agotijam a groat friend of yours I wanton nice doll some nutar arid candy Jli notask forI toomucb for I am nota greedy girl Be very glad to see you Eliza Hagan Dear Santa I thought I would write to you 1 mJaiD c pair of rubbers to keep my feet dry and a doll baggy and some oandy and nuts this is alll I want good by from leA Colvlu Clt1uoot only olsveu yeara old I havo blackl burlnd eyes hive J prlugEleId on matn stroet and tellyonwhata doll doll buggy and a trunk and ooa6candy I be more ththpleused to mope you Well that In all f have to say good by Yours truly LonaOanter Dear Santa Ciaua I do want a pair of skatda very njuijh fiOjnetjandyV utst fire craoketfl Wme romamv caLdlbrr1oranjen and j wK0r nice thlnRi Be surb tdome i seb mo Lpr tarrlultz itD toII 1 am a limb girl c e twao1drand I want you to brine doll and i doHbtfzgy scd Kmlr and nuts otdtshelilBluich IcP1cron DearThuitaClaus For fear that you might forget mo I thoaghfcl would write you this letter toploaoo bring tap a good Russell Barlow knife with twef hlftdea and a gold ring I think tbaViwIIl got lots of other things but this ia all I want you to hrlugypur little friend v Georgia Oheacheir Dear Santa Claus i am a little girl and want yputo bring me adol1a doll buggy oornt candy nuts and flro crackers iI go to school can read write and Dpell I hopeyouiw4libos6 klnd nS to come to san me Yours truly Mazy Oonibtock Lear Santa Glaus I wan you to brinj mo a gun ball candy r ugBaliltlre works Doat fail to como Sveoney Hagan Dear Santat Iwant ail overcoat apairf akabes candy qatajand a half o rnceongt Dear Santa ClausT I nra a little girl eight years old I want soma candy nuts a big tjoll thtt goes to sleep a doll buggy a trunk and a picture book 1 want a Christ mao tree Annie Deats1 Santa Claus Ii want gun and oomo toys and toy pistol nnd some candy and some orS ange and some apples I will go to bed at eight oclock will shut my eyes tight I will not psep indeed I wont Your little boy Kelly Hsgaru Dear Santa Claus I thought I would write ansi tollyou what I want you bring mo 1 would like to havo ajittlo gun a little drum a horn and some candy 1 Will go to bod soon my atoekIng wIll be by the mantle 1 will not look indeed I wont Your liitla boy Grover Elliott Dear8thifOIaus 1 will Write you a short letter this morning and tell you to oomo to me 1 want a gun born candy and porno oranges s rocking horse 1 will rg0 to bed early lontwathIndeeil I wont From yonrlittlo boy Charlie Deats Dear Santa Claus Please send mp a little gun and some candy and ante oranges and bananas and a little drum and a little wheel barrow this Is all I want yoq td bring mo 1 think get lots of other things WilIo1Borry Dear Santa Clans j 1 wanawagOnanah guna p ir- gpat harness t3 gold rin2a suifr of clothes and all the candy 1 nont Yours Tr lyIWillie Mooro Dear Santa Olausf We aro llttlo boyo and hav lioard a great deal about YQtt lately PQJVmoand Bend itto the Ifowo Loaderl which we hope you will got and bring Iii plolUlobringIotfi goodies Dpni tulsa our boom whicbigon the Lebanon pike oppb rCClgOOdboys George and Frank Medley elJIU1J1GeprgQ and Frank Medley L IDoorBbccjt fjjicl and acme cnn nnd nuts and bring my little elokir brother nIwttg nand my baoy brotaera iiddlo I This is alt 1 will ask for koping you Wlllbring th mFrom Uttlo Frl ik3fooroi Dear Santa ClauS Please send mo a walking and talk j lnd9fl and ona that can shut its cyeo aXmaatroo with oaridics and a doll ktfggyfB trunk and a wssHf set A KitqSpn stovo and Iota of good things j1kal j1 ray doggie to sloop In A picture boot and some toys Please comei to my j house orrly Santa onXmasoro bev fore you give all the good things away Youro nSyT Mary Logan Dear Santa Claus lIIJI1 a little boy s fen yearsold fjf neVer been to ttbolnow 1 Will t oft1i Lcan wear my skates Roman Jcamiloa Fire crackers Candy Kate andOranea Snntn Claus 1 nat ktor any thing also this Ohjiatmaa Gpodbvej hophag to hear from YQu Christmas Prank McCabe Ifft Dear Tim Gfandina0n Ghrisfum Playj1j1j I paid my first visit to mas play and I am all about it It was Uncle Tom who took J me Ho wears whiskers and isI fLIt but I like him He has got no end of tin and ho aint a bit lastingyj We went in a bandsom oab and as wo wont Uncle Torn SInriI Aint you hungry Tommy fbats me you know I snid lI pwasj itf and told the man to wn1tI MJc went in aud latesomq tarts and some gingerbeer Then wett LoWeUtt It was all dark oxceptjn frontbj and there was a boy eating nuts 1 had some sweets jiimy pokket a thliichIt griunedand said MAre you bung I I fVt TomthygsWeets Ttiey were justrigbt1J otonlyforbjgallotIsome1 one asidCShut that He tigotrPrtSfntJy Uncle T msaidl Aint you hungry Tommy I girlbrougbi t my inside so cold that I had some d coffey to warm it up When my sweets was done Uncle Tom gave mo A bag of incakestbem They rnaldmqsothuistyt tb t had om Je c Then I seemed to befloterning Id thoJ alt and feolallnum t Presently Ifel tsoraf ono tug ijnff at my bare and Uncle Tdm shsaidalybufohungry TNxsay Heli bo better soon KiVeb him some mustard atd water I of was in bed and the dootor was ihore and mother was holding ciTnTwas looliiig red and Silly and a mother said he should never take thtripuEsjslaf ter you bavef been I- dcltibircantogo rtoMtY- f NoTbDM for 1ft7 CentII TJ1t1j i f WHAT MAS KOSSAND DID f 1 i i c ti I iJi Eal got pChrisniustrqaS A i Gause my mammas husbaii U6V c Titf6rgothe Iia kid rY 1It d mss dj1 SS js aJtl my ma1s hU7QJn says Trees aint fashabh these days jvAsti him why an pa says Cause1 J f t1 T5orifc hlifiVft in ffjihha Claus 1 Says be hates tHe noise and fuss lrnkes hfrn aggravate ant cuss vJEont see why ma keeps him he4 l Anl no use uij Ittnseo 1p141 mewlJlIJllm an Jt1m was me iJftrr 3r r 11 I I pdt Idshavo a Chrajmusi tr eff ivfa ist sm iIJ sys tOO badj fl I r VAt Tist makes me awffll mad v rA i I G Iisf Hate mean pas Jill tollinin so tj i i- I i U0IstassoonasIcangrovp I jtj vWhist ma lock him out tonight f t When ho onmes mtserve him rig1iti Makehim stay oat there an thOIiiJ7 f GobulinS uu bogio men v 4 t r L Ketch hint fore the mornla1 comerly f 1itl t Betyowttieu Id1 hao a dupi jtyttoAn a whistle tIc blorn f s I Wbetber hodnblio elfnb oi j t L 1IlIsht why hro a rn It I 3S That ho bougbt a Bqr1 mutNe j E1iYs Ilothougllt1tifbrlth3 kii = l At list whnt atshusbln didt L aittliorq ors rg l jIC Sodlor3v Gnrlslmao J Qoele Sums guardiaos ojf the peace on the frontier when It ftn the huntfor some disgruntled band of Indians spend their Curisimas in a qufet manner After guard mpuiit intbo morn in all routine work is dispensed with and the moo may do a they please In most of tfie posts it is either too hot ort 6 cold to indulge in buldootsports lu the soutbweatt many of thoI posts farends whore the heat from the sun is so great that it would be d tarierouparticipate in tbo outdoor sports Until the sun begins to disap ear beyond the wosterd hills i tho men keep 1o their quartefsV1 Thev then indulge in snca sport as getting some newcomer tin- a r seibgblm in a blanket or ce across country oh horse tn ack Where the posts are situ ted near the larger cities and1 f e men find mote enjoymentt The Ojaristmas dinner is the cpalpar of all the prvI rLms and groat preparationsr made to haye it a rod letter nein tho motnory of mono Part 1l es are sent into the forests n ai 3unting thnme comes for tir men to sit roinc1 the fcstjyo bO dthoyS fare in good cbeory Ever tbiDg t1ol jUre table Ttie coeasropras arc feooi I repim ntal coifs After dinner speeches araitrade in whicU fro quently somu of the officers come for good naturcd jralllory low posts throughout herfare which are not sup a band Theme u statloncd there havo tomak up a h1r own music In the other posts at dance is always given Ibyf soldiers The big mess balls n used for this and the pooplo lot rDI1EI4 round attend thorn hodanccfi aro kept up until f1brokant the bugle flirovoilet ia beard th IoV the posu near the largesti js ties most of mon tako nd ant toChristmas ttct visit friepds ana e ness bal and barrack quart rsatu practically deserted The men wbb arolookiqg af te UCIG Sathsint reStslntle nj possessions are iiotJikely to feays Itbhei = ill wi tftoss some strangir Ssjf Ins with the adveafof 6hp Ijbrldars Phero will be verv little ftiisiivity for tfeela owiDg lo tho usgfetiled jeomJhion of the couatriasI li- eoldissia BawaH will faro bet t= r n Jtir iua L 1irstf tvrmos of the boys they wil ctfi I3bratehe div in a land bf per ipfttfiai umin rlar will however Jik6i themen in the rf1skQtbwopleasurea tjr o boat tur1t rwJ hUe many good things wiiioU go with it to ma1tu up tbooal Christtnas dlbcer they will dine on the strange dishes of4hoso pbeoliar lands ymaiihdvithin the limits of their quarW ers The arrival of the trans parts and supply ships will bol quo of the interesting things thatt any of tber men will look for ward to as they will hringthe gifts from relatjvos sad aweot t h arts who are now so far away The PhdHpinos knnustr ortthe natives of Hawaii ltnofrothiag- Chrlstrnasof and it wll11be 8 ooveltv to them to watch the troopers enjoy themselves When tbe sun goes down hero on the a7 vre celebrate dTad our Cbrlst an iis coming to a close the niBn wnb helped place the stars und tripes in the far east will making preparations to celbrilb theirs t Good Grhisimas Game An nmt sing Christraaapastime with photographic cardsmay bed it1thQ followingv manner Select two carpjsi from among your stock one to be the like nesg of lady and the other ti tl- 19f a gentlecnan lipossible with beard or the photographs ofI two children will answer but as above a girl and a boy Care must bo tajcan that both the persons in the pictures joccupy the same positionsrthat isjJif the one fe represented fi1l- 1qottbe other should bei too r if bno shows thp rjghfeiBjde ofi face as the case may be ItJ also necessary that bbthfac 4ff should bo nearly 6f bn j siaei a id iafe p 1t iCU nr1Y theo QS should t uponbI j Ivlng deyotsleoUgn inI cOOr h1 e tth h rboye ru1 a tl place ibe cards site by ke InIJBteJ bscojpfr sad look steadily at eru with both eyes At fist e pictures TCUtan r oF v o = = TSiL SiS f tti1 Iiitso that tha iadwfl1joir a ifirst atith n ouvy bearorn jache and tltc gcntIotu wit11 cr rings in his ears bonnet upon his 1iac3anclbylJ i coming frill aund1 w Pua1yif bYa i l h o ij bdouclose1ol1ovcd i fWOJtf4 a p will hccott so CJ l JJd r toui tQ form doeerfe M1t ttnto n lIt will be iipossibI itel wbO i hot I j Lrb niot amusing partli41 f1tI place ratt- Fiistajtio is suddenly f 11tctjyet a bount ajjjci lupott1tlLbcarded ff tteafan SiJStfhekfd1 The ikonoss ofa pectiml- attcmny 7 l lnrothiced6y pcth- tbtcf prsonafrttawliite Itroegilbsidp by sIde rl 4uridis feature inheod- oub1et pictuis is thabblended into ntticomplgtPTy iIff cr vi1L iccogniao the eaufe- 9f oUt parentsr in a child it ink oi hrs 1 1iA 4iThere shoudba si Cirttma ic r iIee for the JJtile folk fIrnay srhQol hcusos in Ihddg Ky as possible and th se1t 4u able should give iibo Utit1tacommlttee5i tro that tbe oh c 111dte tpsYreceiva i of r ay orangesand toys xlirt to donate Ui mtariiQny- brI f k that the 1ioathen 1aY ar plug hats sbnrptoodjIb j ind bijs brass ftapdubsdiiiWsiinJ iehl phissor our owjaiilWi l Jl uiffttrtunates is aspJendj f ii focoul hurci people Soblit tnJNrusellswlie R p gr pcrSeats but duutrun the hap c lhOSSjf the iittra hohrtshy- f sgotting to give candy iutiit- t ftt t and Oranges1fortiiorntostri1t- their t little hido ruth ouChritt ftIt vrkSinas- UL1L11G11YO1I35S tkti4 Jr sc7flithi Woman j Wben I Vin n col1itgoycittii W lijiiv a glrlvha 5iveWfid to JUL JQderSiDdL1ed otobe S gnoJ- Ittilow q among goodtbllow and for tho tttW Qraujiieof this ambiC cropped bojr bali eibse tput picketshI the 9icleaof her scltSj31 ai1DiLud heoVfoofej andajswag geii tMia posscasIV rel wthlinens hilt bur appearince du Zi 1tindicate iIt norfsheoscame ISywor for the uncouth Ssocffj llioyouu tnen of our acquaint ae4e lJlqltd of her reoeotly4 ttar obsrved that sbibt- stii boars her maittAn mUD b i from choice or cc sl 5 wtl io uo trader tzxlia to syBatk- now lthct tho otbertrtio Wir ttJappearance aro all mpraorilifl 4 happily married I mentiti lbf not as nn argument itb womeisc if ha Uto Jrn press uly onic iQQ j tto the value which ntn Q perhaps unconsciousi o4ftU- flC ifjtOfl thi quaiiVyJ wptnaos dress not at fgtftin tarred iin saying ihota t will form an unfavorable iraj mpres om of a womnaQt qniokly froladtowdiftessor MM nishness iu ftltiroth n froai say detect in figotp face or iuto1lett4 From tay Sermons fDrW Q i rOQ by Stanley 3 rrti1 DeaiaM- agszinoLr str s foJanuiry fi VJAKTED Sororai Trjttjwer 1 mbuqlnesa eir t118 nearbyqj tM- at rnome IaryhfraktJsyiaii4tzponsedet1nIte bOBftaSLI ifless alary Moulbly fj IEnltlQ tftnddl6li6fcJ 8tawpC aive4- i OPt1e rt Eo RfIJrer i t WMkSCIiJLSlCaid w ia25c Jt ootiuJ qf f What Is a Dojr The question Is u fe kx i nanswer A dQlIlfll whtfj fiitmen promise to pay w ert newspaper county paper VF sf marn eujoys EIareality It is the pric 4i ork Idaoro mel a 4sji Id ights drunk fur otb Ifwhat the wife frequwufcj Ip i but seldom has It ihid estthiagtogtid aithing to get rid of I W jJanklQ t I i l0- sii me ttrfa4liwItft st 4t ii tq scar No aaa 4 aar jhubewar1teii4aIasm 1tl A do11r Is s ad s MiOL ADd esry PIIO U t lyoit llaek t tHr 1iiiaI- seJIs1itty wf hr f4StDrbs WI Hvv BIll sky lavkkeetaIiI Ir rvt AIrdill Ii r wipW ned rtr t tiI r baftan11O IrFiit h lr t I = r r r Y Christmato AUJt i t cis waut tost ecta taco pd suitable Christmas present for you tlYSirweQtear Fiii nd or aft home We would suggest n tt niOrercoat uit ofiploihes 01 tt stylish Tie such as PutTs 0 pour faandsw Club House or Impcrfals somelhjn inthtj way pf- GlJ9J s j n JJandkcrC ers andMofflers in iheunew shades- Wea have a full 1inGof novelties in Sterling Sjlyerv tire Furs fI cfor cbijdrenand grown people We have made biif reductions in- priced ii Our Cloak and Clotiiinfr popartment Dont forget our Grocery whidh has keen repfeirighcdi with all ilio good things to 4S t Cues Hb ljldavs 6e6 tha han some presonts we oro giving t altth Cash purchases Np troubje to she + goods 1fd JJ trtiOn 7 r llrtTeint fa f r tt t- NN r dohfectionry1- f c V E t Ii1sIt i N QWOPENr t 7 = T rem 7 7 nf1 w wz and fiesh stI of goods in ay handsome new 1i iOTlngi 4 iiJ iiirdthgsd i l Clifl j S SII Prcsn O iids Caes and7Ftlllts of all kinds rifs is the season to have something good forthfe tabIe an Her lean s is the place to1 lbuy itt pon ancj see the new quarters ff COBAI Hipii ElIM f fv 11J fc rgaillrijiv j e Readersjje paper i = W o- M f oni V eltly p1 io J r S Sfo p k irr jNDIdrc k Ifi Tlie Nws Le lJiy 3 rLOne t ft tlf Year for 150- r l g ti3 if 1 1A Word About Its Superiorityrj c SoteolFly EPTtLlCigtsdnotlknown UinVAb stall Ihtxt necessary to aeaarEa lpUol1stf call attention to it tf1J tho be tn6ronI spnpcr of ft ciiit bliibedjindhttffalarlEtoi cirrrilUqn noy than any other ndw8lWc fely or Bainl rttIliar cotstnatd not only tf all the greet sonrceae uetics from thCjDally and u ae yEEltfBtlCf butalsoreceIYes tbo special scrvlcoOf the Now YorkBorald nnd i 1 N8WJo fVintal 1Jrtxe tetegrnp ie andcab1vr airtieo the HfiPPBEIC and the papers wUted nWo oycr been equaled in the h1st4ryuf journalism this or apy otter JCI8kr tiialcadingslemocrattopaperIntuDiseissappvnlley i r 5r a f4la s arrangement mndo for a limited tlmo oniy our friends will be given Mji pctptltTj to take advantage of this liberal proposition eebb r the offerf tbo Twco a Weok BdpubHc rages a week and tho Nsw UiUiP tk eaa year for only f SEND USAND WE WILL SEND YOU 2250 OWJt mALJLON PINE GYfAKOLO COOK HOLLOW WHISKEY i1cnl packs la plain box AbtelHttly NfL QtMrilty twu- MMSN t d 8f N JONES CO n coa UnDJ t LOUIYiLLEKYr1 t tlreOIDbin t on Io I f t l Or1 LB1wi BYl 2 3alt 1898zo C The OTC arti Kin EItten Always sncCes- f Why Nr9 d eii les5lJiot tfee e on earttto sboon s1 a lclW i S iiUQ cuact and tanks Cor Jack8iMircb UI E P PAULCONElt Danville xr r ri1ii I r 5 t f t + t j h tt IL L 1iRJY 07 i UMR18TMPA ljIi of 1 i 2 fIQJ f te v z s f r 11WEYifeli Torn all a Mci C1 istlnas an t1S a1E1 Y Yii mldngitthe m i t lei We will nake prices t1 tit will enable you to make very his nome pres tij for littler money Not By havMig a Great HolidayI Sabr but a sure enough Deduction ale ji it i v + J Jior theI Mother or wife can sf11 youfBlankets Table iliiieiis and Napkins J l1g6EtC 11t Shoessit dos Illr Handkercliiefs and Glove For the Boys ii nice Shirt Suit or Orei coat pe Hat or l Shoes andkerchiefs s and Mufflers h i i In fa6t we can furnish appropriate presents rot e ei bop undwill give a nice present to Cash 1 Buyers Come in at once and make ours iec ti iibhs hofore the best is gone lirWiM ALW jJ2 7 ig r AJ J i Ji ft i rk 1p i H uNNllGHA-ltig t rrtI lt DUNCN f 2 o Gi V P p g l S a t1 tt i sMteW D aBrillfleId1i alid YicintU Y IIVv xe Fr HERE IS YOUR CDANCE J riCiir Bargain Sales willI surprise y uie made a Special i GutjOn prices of Clot ingDo you want a 15 sWt for S850 B pnJit and come toW Smith Gos store that is the cheapest r CustommadeAt Ci3lihing tIle host goods for the Least Money we offri1i1jtsfol v V 5 that ate worth 9 Our Cut Prices will continue from now unfil Christmas Rich or poqr will be aWeJo1 get a new suit for Chris mas we are able to suit everybody and anybody in styles ndIprices Dont miss your chanceJ but como pn time and ge your choice before the best and prettiest patterns are picked over Such bargains in Clothing has never been on this market we dont l advertise and tellItbe people jokes but we mean business Come i Come all young 3nu61d who- dont want to etaiiewsuitlorXmas1 Cit jl miss the place if you do you willl miss our chance Jrtoe to V X it ii t pur store l11qZg ctftrices and bis convincedi 4 5 f Nj 1 t ff7 p a YQ arse for 43argainjs 1 1iR f j i ftIW FIB MITH t tIorIj f f TITIy RESULTS Of WARS tlMELYRtVlEW OFSOMEOF tHE JA TIONS HISTORY flfft5 Vi The XlmtWar With JJnslanei la Which t e Gained Our lna p ndonce Oilier Wr AVblcb IJuro Added o Oae rltory By tho first war the mar whloh gan In 1776 and sailed with the treaty pence with England lrr l19 the United States gained independence aIplace among the nations anti an op portunity to try the ezpt mo t of self government =then only an exp dWent anywhere on a larger scale aadi ler ponsaleUnitedStateshad1798 ahd In which In a short time two French frigates nod many French pii fate ra wero capiured and others were efeatedandbecayod showed in the of President John Adamo that we are not a degraded people hu utider a coIoniiCC spirit of focr sense of inferior It ended insalts to American airibaffea and the American governmQE and won for us as respectful treatmea 1 from France abthat country ccoprded any ereatnaUpndf Europe Several times partJculRrlf In 18035 and In 1815 the United States taught the Barbary piratesofMorocco A1 gerlA Tunis apd Tripoli Instead of paying tribute to tken as Europe did We profited by this course in selfre spect afld in ionceded that the American heorldcOut t 1followIng they raised the Uiiite Stitea at the time In the worlds respect and should bored and rem iak red 4y all Amer loans Tile second crott war 6f the United States that of 1812lfi analnst England is ridiculed by some of the blstbrieaa because the question whlfa produced the war the depredations en Amefican commerce tho Impfessmebt oNo r sea men into the British service and the Instigation by British agents of attacks by the Indians on our frontiers were not mentioned In the treaty of pQaee which ended the war The war set Oed nothing they said They are jais taken The war helped the United States In many ways Its brilliant victories on the ocean slid on tho lakes over the mistress of the seas won the worlds annlration it west far to ward breaking down local prejudices and particularist narrowness and ere ated a healthy national Sentiment throughout the land anti niorepver1- cut the United States lodso tram all connection with Europes ambitions and complications The war of llG a with Mexico coupled with Tozass annexation which was the chief cause of the war added more than 800000 square miles to the countrys territory gYa us the richest worlhasin the southwest the national domain ceurcrinlal i 1othastened j pctca the list of conflicts In which th atjwhIchatjtj decision supreme co c case of Texas versus White growing out of the War in whltfc the secession t ordinances of the eleven siatept the j Confederacy were declared to be nulli i and void and the government was p01 claimed woo an iiodesUfuctlblo union of Indestructible states It destroyed slavery made ibe country free In fact as well as in theory removed the sec tlonal barrier boween North and South started the nosh on of social and material advaneelpen- and settled the conflict between TiftonIJ ton Marshall and Wcbst r on the one eider sad Calhoun Hayce and Jefferson Davis of tho other 6y deciding as ti three first named coBtended that this government was a nation and not 4 league vw JUanltoTinn Caro tin DronVcnne a They havo a very effective way o fl putting the brakes on Inebriates up in llanltobar said jlr 0 A Bemis o t Jllnndsota at thaftbbtt When a man his been convicted ibEei local police courts trf sentenced to wear a brass collar which la a jjlaln tip to saloonkcepeCs that he Iff a per son to whom It I Sforblddan to sell any IntoxfosUns brvortsot No man with this badge of rilsgr3tcecaa get a drink anywhere for thq law is strict ly inspected Tho result Is that ii many craw andnUro curo is effected in tho individual Whenever thVau tkprltles think thai the collar penalty has been endured Vine enough the col tar comma ort nod Uo citizen is at lib arty to got a drink 4 OpinionIDut speaking ofeoplo1vho U not as intelligent as tho law allow I heard an old colored vwHsan an caps sionthi other daythat was new to me and W pat that it would be Interesting toknow Us origin She had a young tgirl with her end soma especially stu pid remark of the girls had annoyedj her She looked at hoc in disgust Wdln said Bho you ertafhl ought to bo tapped for the simples A nutmeg1 treo otthe largest size willI produce no mare than five pounds of anunesa Hirer ol Death The YolloVr river which has peen named the Sorrow of China is prob ably the most destructlve stream on ythe face of the earth In less than 100 years it has changed its channel tour times and tho point where It empties beenCmoved up and down the const a dig lance of 200 unties It runs through a vast alluvial ptnlnnnd Is fed by strjjama from a great system of moon tales In the north When the sob t melting on this range comes at a time orhcavy rains the result Is sure to b a terrific floods It has been esUml that In the past three centurles ver 10OQO000 human beings iaVe perisbc- In the floods of the Yellow river For ixtestrucUvene a both of life ahd prop erty this stream la unVa jI lcd and the Iobrll1ue bestowed upon It Is am p1y JusUflaJ bf its history XalebrWilhethreigarki iiJ etyIt Ja tobeFflshl tEectfrwbYt t Ii flljr sreQxrsr tIi lb901 tb ftali slitsCri1r l r POLCEMANJ UN HAPPY lof Some Sago Hemarki 1T aa Omwsf J 6poltoThdas in a aitlaneversobeforoanrrestlrig hjm sind whatev8 you do ut egdi1tl1hdownsays btone darlcrIght when I heard cries of niurder cbiaing fromi tene Dent house Running to tho lcdsaw n great hulk of a fellow he ting hsBt tAslioutingin PJo the 111nivranl upstairs and I wen at ter h m The stairway leading ffsm the iroper floor to the Ititohen bolqw wis vrr narrow affair and it Wftst f iImP Jbtefor tWo to walk abreast So with myprl8oncr at arms length tph0 rearjl went down the flight Therem vri atn oldfashioned door at tho bet torn of the staircase and I hnd hiird1yUl tJllwhnfalls from asehtfstory rpo At the same ilmeU shrill faoaaio voice skriok tiedstrika defenseless woman will you w nrid1 ale she raised a long heavy iron ok or which site held in her h n 4o strtk mc Ag she looked up rife wleher Itstake but too late lo chock her hersinewy right which was twirling thrpugh the air Down came thtfpokcr rJ bmythat time than eta I did on a btlliat But night in August idly mother shrlsk od out the Womep whoa she saw what she had done Ive struck the cop and I It was ftJTothe nwt morning the woman swore that li rr husnnd Always traatedi her he Insbtorloronly vhatsfcci deserved Yes whatever not is no lobedlAt Kmc Irtttln Coetlc VlsJUng Mmd Pauls superb sortie in Wales a guest not long since had a very curious experience Ho chanced to upon his wlcdow in the middle of the flight end to his surprise bells began to rtnfc in oysery quarter of the grounds Very j uch scared but realising that whad after ell only sot a burglar alarm going the guest descended to reassure I the he ul hold when he instantly fousd hinise f In danger from a dozen rovingt dogs whohad obtained their freedom and w jresrowllng ami snapping In the fil uglier manMrAl breakfast next morns g ho learned all about the cu rlouff ad of time Pattl and wondered at it The singer has a great dread of bur liars Sojae time ago a gang of those gentlemen from London attempted to sat obtain admittance but wore defeated IIn their object and sIuel hat date MIne Patti haacet up beery ktnd of burglar alarm that exists The queer part about one of those Is however well worth noticing He largest dog an enormous brute who might hQ relied onto ape With a little army of thieves Is kept rigorously chained in a patenkko rtnc But the chain is so itoat ahoald any one attempt to open a win low ota door In tile castle the1 litciss learn e It hetag presumed That heb would at once make for tho burglars and do his duty The Jdcals Ingenious eiandas the traveler discovered not aa little dangerous t e It SaT7 tthcrrTn r According to the navy regulations Tihiskey Is not allowed on war ships except inn the medical supplies but It io Lots aboard spmchoWias visitors to the j btt1iblockade duty nowspaper despatch boats carried supplies to the officers iii1 rho ignorant of the rulOa outrnavy Sherry hailed the flagship New Sqrk one Sunday morning off Santiago and asked the officer f the deck If he would aroIIcctr asked through a niegaphone The ward room meip Vas the rd Wr sIas lined up and were listening g t Wljat supplies hte youttr the of fleer aikad again aid through hlsmog phpn the corrds iontlont bawtedJ Unions potatoes and whiskey llThen he wondortid why alt the oft fleers in sight fled to tho other side obthe ship holding their Idea with laughter tTho onions and potaiooa t ero senton board afeleast they alone were received officially An oflicet who asked a friondvtp ge tla ease of navy sliwry for Mmjato r Pn was astounded when thtf iaa Brought realshdrr lie had supposed thaToirerV ono know tho difference u tIGumo In Ola PartJt 11The land orab bIg noisy of weir boom lion and moat objectionable ap pears cc was among the horrors which tour so fliers encountered as they m voda troutl iboney to Sttnl1ago Most otthe man had never seen such WeatureSj 5ndcat regarded them with cxtret1l9 aversion In j Often these noisy creatures invaded to tile tents of the men and violence and s profanity followed But some of t wesforo One night on Eastern man wasa visiting a Rough Rider from Arizona whctia walked the biggest land crab of the season Ugly the visitor JLiooki at 1tnat11n RiderPIJ delightedly how home llkel And tendlnk Ills hand towanrthe ugly JnrJ- I trader ha criedCome in old pard 1 knew your brother In old ATltona Jf Tbe Eastern man fledfleaplnr overt t old hard as he departed I Tlia Jolnt Doubt JPo yqu know tuiytblnsr about tk defeat of tho Spanish isMquired one young man v Ot BttItbl1III rsiyt ceased to claim a lrlJ1tom qflI filar 9CCasi4t 1 tTo p rn Coke ink Inotto attlieliar gd1ed botom and connc wi wife Mtertot draught mile taayy jrfr to tits tenor of the tit isfesi rlRKXttu PhotaloUcs u wtwtef Wan a all ta =il uatti ni IA fttWff op tt tom par a tii it i1 = 7 HLAST LITTEll Jitnli J f r arttIiwII cI r t a4rvetrl err liftw Ide8kttfc i milfe a4 heaN I3ec a tblJkl g dHPJr he pis eredc JIlt Ioe 1T tr hats van I tnducY IIbrats slowly oontrattod as hlaltor httia cd abfaithstnwUdotd Whneror kfcptr If ha datsat 1l tgid r sigh drowned by the cQpcI tag Mr lachine escaped her lt CoUhfell had hired jnanyty6iSJib hiul jxpettegced rrrr nriiUi bnt each became soongr er late v crtniy Consequently emTitf tr- rpartedyp to a yar reviQuJfit t bubtme ho had nsagird Arise and foe u hole year he had retalnH hw Mi tButwmuch to keep her ioYer IB shark W ver hoxvi But ho Iiad never spokea W of his passion a is Oddly onou8hAlice ldvetd der eatoyer He was lfsb unlike other JMII told herself so kind end polK rr she iscperlencedj those same ltd Ings of reticence that Getctell dMf h So for a year they had lloved OJJk xpresslnjj thnt7lof6 by kindnesses carera iftjust enough to p Today alive Frnk W1 kttlip many of Ma best customers l might as well find out at ones U P Wm me wasildr be lteautt- r notrprrfltchetL j j t Alice too wondered if GetchpHcoytil ve her and smiling falntiyrrakeoted And should baprDPosef Could that 4s ever be possible then picturethotlt + sweet moments nla face w uakahoult yhlsoer Yesan j auramr- the fword which site had been stori g away In her memory awaiting that fateful moment Could lev r tatTlC that pleasure she questioned softly Yes all this might appea K it asnt for that hiss Hayes Oilwtr despsiS lied and her heautiJMi Wow st contracted o She did not knovtxowever tliatli Hayes was Getchells conslnaR i e would ss soon have t6ougkto ryirig the Italian candy ytowu n jw daU1fh un ed th i olllce atzy1StttL A tail hour sped by tiiiNy Prank exclaimed Alice iMfteii x Other otter She sraspjd er 1Jt redand blacltooYeted note fllooC down beside hits fS Doorest mla I can not wait another day I have lovai ystt If so much fora year ImwtkiwiP yhethcr you love me Will yo fcr It my wife and make me hairy You kno j I love you and would ie ieveryUiine for you As word succeeded word A1lCeii fi a study Shb did oat i i eep her eyes upon detchellsfc th sought the carpet That all said as she finishedtPerhaps he saw nothing in bar tax could ho liave seen her KMr r the tearing crughlns1 orJde sursedwlthin almost burnlBj hr Jr Her vetas swelled aa ringers qoUld scarcely find the lc7ss s snwasancpa disappointment 05 She hated Ella Ijayes now BUt the short lletter wJ fl irt 4end wilh her days work she asae Getchell exclaiming to kfiwlfi Thats the Ifst letter Ill wrIte i im He took them WIth a saltYf mavcr and as wall etem corrected and emphasized wltk kU f i few words In oaoh Then sakieif kj coat and bet ho bide her a fr goodnight and departed rAutot Joft alone waited foe his I steps to die awBy TfeettisltUaraeTO a cried as though her ltewct arould break She Accused QclcaeH eCtrifb with herdeceiving here Yes she paused la tliittltlie lwld wp fried to grin her affection JKf k4imply been kind and fCcSE Z rf she would ehacould at ttimti n4Shodli1 not realkethes ihit f GI1Pld ht rf red But she knew 9Of thing Her t ratQitsed fare elanflit rutsho cfIsi14 Oh but that Ttllg Haywl Holr I despise licr He might kay lomdtia for Herjtnd nowirbut tMt ince fell on an envelope ttpoviH eatt k 7hereInQatcti911a hand the words iMisa A11oe lie neednt have tre itillbWa a o off IlVso veto w a 4thought aa She tore Otk ftt tlop She unfolded the note rvitltln tepastead orb aomtot will sock a ilr pon Jir iaoe sD eveso rtprisfikdrfJghii all b wldeirtlThodima lottae which she ston kt few m b lOfe wSv e sr hang lglls d MJ exoted tJiit nd Allele written iMtMd The odco door creaked 3ie trJM4 tondBmllci ctood Frattc ICI WM ta beautiful sfglt nbltt r4estostt nbeatna played abet dllNa iieith emotion gad tOtit thmasit round her aitppbe thUtWj tYi w tandl dae kans Jaolcilb1a knit and the oiiwr Eraptajr U4 Mck a ichaIr v I lie stsgpedlfearer u d Ttbtshlarrs nu lIifjalAS km side ezolalaili g Not Rxfl rliCgoat delft tdges ail tlttaaeeipllf Who l lrnaY1 Ya t are tdtN- w rN JJi i He IckT1bM her TCTytW Qd wegae r a bb- t1afl aAx llre xtperei yft J Pcphtrildtbrscar Ltit1g dt1fSji RaserT zttaretred psat title lei wtptt gkL Look M tblt ous they la frost If n 1t1 ii tte olgM bierreDt JIM lJDUIIIItoa eat Meorer 1 aigtiaef irslte sirfihl ad haaaela lg toyff JMi 1rr tk JWUfc He a dat rt ear totkiot ass ranee- 1 te MIa nu4a 1 Colonel SUBeU- ry1i Kentucky gftnttomeu t atg1- tfltt jueatioB to do wJti A tunr ad 1n I AdnkTarera Lt1 ps 1Cmr to to t I 1y tttIIvIr Illft1UlA1R r91s j 1 0 r r o