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Wr14- bKalIOehJf elljtoI biI tlM Werld A fey aS WI PSSIISd wlUIieY fI Ic I IrnnMieinaiii eeMgif and bar tag Md UMir a aMmetita in e IWsSSd PSI11 SpIUWMt bOtIIIJSItltWQUIdIPIt J cri I bfs tisbksIs was mereftthe f Bill tb ht mekiei fHt t for wdsed esegIThi ffaId Ai dorsoovil led tor palo hj BaiI Xofcortsoii 4TUWaII4LS r 7T 1 Tar NIWIUIEWRILt r I COUNTY Kx4sy EEasier It GreetingsC tl Easiert Novelties EEastatt Pti ifyou want Easter Outfit you can find the uptodate styles at LJi4ta GUNNPNGHHK DUNCThNS 1t K L fy1 jiI t In all Pattern Weaves of Black and Colored Dress iolls 4mq L L tj rv lIf i ft 1 W WASII IABR1CSLAWNSI c5T i PULLEY BLTS t LA1iIES COLLARS jdi7rrtiWHITE GOODS SHIRT WAISTS ivALL if fJ ORG AND srI DRESS sifRisxtt L e r Wff are show1g an elegant line MENSv BOYS and CHILDRENSCLOTHINQ Ji c 7 f SOLE AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS GRIETERION MAKE M3 I J OF MNS SUITS pnTQ1t theILJ i ft 1 established makeLL c ij f l MRS Jfflie HOPKiNS IJor BoysJantt chiIdres J t J r Guaranteed nevyr to rip and always fft l 1J 5 1 1tt tti l lI I CARPETS WALL PAJPERETCtt If you need anything in Carpets Mattings Wall Paper Lace Cur tains Window Shades or Curtain Nets anq Draperies Dont fail to see our stock It IS more complete than evbif before r We are making low prices to ash buyeys in add4ion to the handome and usefutpiizes we are giving Dontfail to for yrehfcoupons Come and spend an ith Us ve milmaker poV both pleasant and profitaWe Yours f v f s AM I tfatiifi iiwg Odds and Ends of Gossip i= r GIB DIS NIGBR roSUMo O I laba to hant fle When de aoonam SBlnin brght1t A a I lobs to catch de catfishoFrofiader bar in de sight j Amvriaba watenriiWoH WbedeHWta ripe ea red hLflW lifted frurn de patch Wbeade white folks am in bed O I JBjw a good fat pallet Dolt ate taken from de perch Whea Ae owner obl dat chicken Wu athinkfa Iafe at church LuI1abaBttORqbop jjAnAH a spare rib aa a mlddlin IIAa1 a icob chisel t I l 0 rlabs de yam potter Dat am aIghtyba2dto beattWhen its reacted im a ashes h11t8 yalter atf its sweet k tWidt tt bkenAH adrippin1 widde sopt Oj t1lobs all dee Iaei Blegaannea An a lot more thinkabe idet lat Ieime tell you wbata boa j Aa whats a Bigger pridf r i When de pokeberry an de simmon Hab ripeaed from de blossom AH a froe er twe bab fallen BeB gib dk n1ggc1poexpI t GXOSQK l W DONXQHT Dnvilex7 IxCotTof Glaimasduripg its session last week bj Prcf Simpson Roberts who together with others have them l selves in the matter which i worthy of iporis deration Thev county is urged through the Board of Magistrates to make an appropriation the erection of tt suitable monument to thi memory of the pioteer settler of the county and the founder of tIe town of Spriiige1dMtthew- Walton The bistorr of Matthew Walton and the part he took iin he early settleipent of Washing too county and Springfield as fathered from the records and rom soRts of the older inhabit iY iftof nsiderable interest lad it is rather a sad oomentary JOJKte that the remains of the nam who was one of the fikst rattlers and the foooder ofj SpriBgfield layjin aaummarkedj rrave soewhere iii tke town ilaietery The reOordii showjI tit tb1I nd6awhkh uf now rtste and alli 7 f tie land for several miles arournd in fact nearly I the entire county was once wned by Mathew Walton who surveyed it and entered it bf patent signed by Patrick Henry Gbyarjior of Virginia This wast the years 1780 and 1790I In order to promote the settle meat it seems that Mr Walton gave hundred acres to anyone whCwouldcome in and preempt ve hundred acnes of the land n this way the first Settlers verg 6rp ght to what tis now Washington coumty and many ofI old faaiily nam08ate Hbtill represented in this inty1 among whom may be mentioned he McElroys Hundleys Clay roois Kim erlin Kellys Peters Logans and others C Is Springfield 4 ibff and founded in the year 1793 Walton owned about all of the land surrounding it at that timI and in consideration for securing the location of the county seat he donated all of the ground for the Court Houseadjalland besides gave land for turnpikes as far as ten miles out inievery direction Irom the town At1 that time the Courthouse was on the Perryville road on what is now theJTarm of Mr W T McElroy and prfevibus to that time had been located Ion the Lebanon road in whit is now Marion county Alt securing the building of the tourthpuse on the present sight Mr Walton contributed in many ways te the building of the town and adjacen community Springfield was so tfamed on account of the two springs emptying into the town l branch at a point down near where the TUrod station now iis The first brick house In 1hI p titty was built by Gen Walton and is still standing It was un til recently occupied by Mr JohjL B Barjbf r and is pn his farm below town on the Bards ifewn road Waltons Lick got its name frtfm Ge Waltoh who at one time established a Halt works on it Associated wih Gen Walton in vaxdj of his land in thueaIy days as Anthony Hundley tim grand Her pf Mr A B Hundley of t county EN WALTON MEMORY Gen Walton was the first U ited States Congressman to represent this district at the al i buried in the cemetery at this plirce Ha left a widow but no ch Idreo Mrs Walton after wards married John Pope who was atone time Lieut Governor of Kentucky and a prominent lawyer All of the Walton prep eriy was acquired by Gov Pope by its being deeded by his wife the widow Walton to Mr James Giithef nointUlnd deededit to Pope it thus passing from the Walton family Some years later a suit was brought by some of the Walton heirs to the property on the grounds that the transfer of the property to Gov Pope was fraudulent btit the case was lost Gov Pope and the Wife were both buried ip the cemeteryat this place near the grave of Gen Walton monurpentwas sarcophagus that marked the grave of the pioneer settler was torn away and all trace that now remains to mark his last Vesting place is a piece of the broken slab that contains only a portion of the inscription The exact location of the remains is not knojrn The idea is to have a suitable monument made and placed in the Curt House yard fn memory of the founder of the town and pioneer settler of the county Tke matter has been brought before the county au thqftties before but nothing has ever been done on account of the countys financial condition but it fis hoped that tbq Fiscal court may see proper to appropriate sum for the purpose Th0 matter was referred t9acommittee who will make are port at the meeting of the court of claims in October w 1iLJ1QJTSr The Fiical courL4i4tskamion last lIweec rMfd an order directing f l 1L i i HOEs 7j vliadies Co t PontiacShoe t tobe the best gopds sold in the market h especially call truly CUNNIN0H DUNCAN metys4 reil1qu ihetqwnj between INGFIELDFOUm1EPlhellltown located almatbis1ho recover that the 1iritls delinquent list ol Washington county taxpayers be published in the SfjswsEAir ER The deHnqtient list is ruth er a long one and lit isi said to contain some names that one would hardly expect to find But they dosay that taxes and a back subscription to a newspaper are the hardest debts for theI average- man to pay As to1 the one id which we have bad experience we can testify as to Jits accuracy andanypne who ha served as sheriff dan tell about how hard payIi sheriffs between now and then may haVelris name taken off by the state UfeOSI FLOWER It is a surprising fact says Prof Houton that in my trav sin in all parts orf the world forte last ten years rhave met more people having used Greens August Flower thin any other remedy for dyspepsia deranged liver and stoaach and for consul potion Ifindgfor touris and salesmen or for persons filling office positions where besTdaches alid general bad feelings from Irregular habits eiist that Greens August Flower is a grind rem edy It does not injure the sys L8mbJ frequent ex cellent for sour stomachs d in digestion Sample bottle tree at Haydon A Robertsons Sold by dealers in all civilized coun tries r Agents on salary ofl 00 per week and expenses the greatest aff enI eller ever produced every sto k and poul try raiser buysit on night Hns Jers wanted Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre faaute Ind r Ir XA Simmons Liver Medicine cloa the CornplextoB gives Buoyancy to the Mlad cures Headache jRegulates titomac Bowel sad Liver I MACKV1LLE j From Or Special CorraseMdeat a G Gull sold a combine horse to Howard Wright tOr17 Miltoq Swfeeney sold a cow and calf to Harrison Wright Tr tfl llanc1MgIsHiatti sociaUast Friday evening which f aver lajtch enjoyed by all presents Will Hatchett bought a horse irom T J Trent for55 J1T Watts bought a horse from WilL Hatchett forO Rueben Bottoms bought a tiorse Jesse Clark for 185 J T witts has boughtseveral bunches of bogat 4 tents per pound W P Hatchett sold a horse to Jako Dodd for75 CaideBrlckdn bURM foggy of Thompson Lake of your town for 7K Alvin Hatch tt sold a horse to Will Lester Ioi75 and bought one of John Best for45 Will Charlie sold his blade combined horse to Bob and Dick atchett for 4125 John Clarkboug1ithos from Taylor Royalty for S85i Mrs MOllie Wycoff and Mrs Della Brown our popular mil liners hare returned home from whir they wentlast week to purchase their spring millinery goods 0key Oloyd has returned home from Kansas City Mo where he has been time IIr JWPoe Minute cough cure a moat J m tcli1e quick Bud a ijfoJTi ia the only h rm1eH remedy that giveetoinio diate reculU It cure coughs colds creup bronckitU grippe whooping cough pac monla and nfl throat and lung diseases Its early use prevent p nsumpttOH Bhlldrca always like it and mothers dud rse ItI Wood WlmMtt Remarkable tiara el Kkeia IIMH j Ksnns Jackson Co W About tl rea years ago my wifeVaIattack of rheumatism which her to her jjied or ov ran ontJi and rtn dozed her unable to walk a step without oseastancei her lluaba oolnR awollon to double their normal size Mr S Mad dox Insisted h my nsJn Chamberlains Pain Balm Ipurchaaada fiftycoat bot tlo and uaed fl according to the direc tions and the next morniug she walked aBimantterHltackd A B Bausons For sate br Ilaydon ri v t hid brohltts every winter tot it year and mediclie gavo me pflrntaiBen rilfl ntillbfwaa to takeOeMiketeC- ough Cure I loWitl Is tBe oe Veouff r7Fai1tMthniM dpeU4 tbroat list l iw IroubW It fa the chiMrMi ftvoriwi r Mnlf ton quickly Wucdl WjNfk i asu tr t r 4 fw LaADaa Plfiud e itr s1VetL Ai iLILiXIDWL f aji t an ft r r ID to interested including nsctipns I Selby aster satisfying ufleands Louisville inbuS1ueisashort Rob THREE EASailE l OTJOHEON3 Jrl1RJTB y1BsI8iA1Az DonbtlfSB tbe HMIteel who rfpptrttte give one er more l M atEMter tlme wtU welceaer with ptoaiHira ihtntl hereglyea ttiMattf111 bit- able f The ideaa ia wU ied Jfai even If QJbdlfied and fwed only aa aaf geetlosa The first t a tyam j taacii eeL The egg shaped Invltatloo art wriv ten oo lavender tinted cardMara1 boo del with tiny paakal exqU1MHy painted and Inclosed la a TMiit orel tope of the same shape Th hMickaa Is served In a cozy dining room fllk with cheery daylight tlie koctevOraT Tvlablnr to brighten ber rooM by krtl clat means vfben she can kayo pleaty of sunlight ID thte r ppect abe how r tier good Utefor thi PaUIM wbteli t1sincoloring The injtatIona read a pamylanch eon but we glrlsut whowlll be there vriirddnbtless declare It should read egg and pansy for eggs are the chief adbrnmest of tI4etabIe Kxted Ing through the mlOdfe Ot the table from end toeod Is bed of terse and panitee while here and there peepIng out of the greea leaves aud flowers are queer ttebroyrtoI made by emptying the cooteafs st an egg sketching a eomtcal fact to India ink on the upper pert tfrtMlag the towa pprtlbn u greea aadSfW pJel uslhl gold paint for the battoix toy erlnlj tlie bead withaAigapo4Bi i cap+of violet axd gluing preper pos4tte arms and logs toade tromstltf wrkli paper Nothing could be more mirth provoklg tthan these tiny 1ualBt fig ares DodU no two are Alike tM gnects will have a merry tm exarala tug them I A gold enameletl bSketI iaekIna nest of grebn 1n the center of ItbetaMi the Jnslde lined with yellow crapep tper frinRPd aixjut the edge izIi fitted with la vihdor violet and purpte efega bearing Easter greetings J0t tefort the jolly coat Is over fScbPHtSa Rented vritl one only to disco vefr prtII they contain little bogs frcgs forth whIch the hostess has proearirti it a Japanese store fothe occa io t U uraunc aid piacwl Inaldo hrouffh a bole fiat sinU sadeoucealed by a nwette of lay ewkr baby ribbon M paco pbl la a wtd with Dame ataddatellettere l purple and gold sad a bunch of panel tied oo one- LarJiir The favor an en cuss filte Hz widwak b siMs nan all s r otklfb i a iiw b 4N 1 q with daJstttr poiBtod pssuI Orer the rim Is a circle of ITWO carAporl levered web tan sa of aCteoder awl imow erap iamI soxW1 Jn the caInr a fun y WowoJo- Ttie rafroshiacato as pqek oa poo Kbfe are la kig with the oedhston Large turkey tsjpi t4d oo tbja oav sM hold sflttod rta MToa Ssd fatk pepperavtaU Tht tomato oaf ta molded c shajt sad the too gleam takes the oaaw arm s4 Is slsd on plaice doehofl with asoSigs JAt a feuUtefftjr teadktosjr bin terlles are ia ovjdeaco befo Uwrt and erti jyboi BMrttfhy a orol nod charatlpf fet that reaM let tIed Ia the etfittf of the table ttpou rli nlrror atro4sd with fern rests low punch bowl fBod with mp rg a H red carnations IMf dmpInq ad so os to be nOoetpd i rU 1od bfoosth eiadlos of yr4Ioi Ir wilier1 green bAdos awl rJrte ntU floWorc hMff froin th Huiaitv Utfvrrrm ore th Ir4 aol terM are butterfilIn of dlfffrrat tIna l so woaderf liNy ImitatIng qtar as they sway to ned fro wits wtoz afl tter that ft Hems saW a bt MX really alighted asabay tho hhisjoiii scarcely vWMt iHros faotoBlaW tbeie Ipptact Th bo art caUse hiv aced withl Iou papa the ledsn the finest eC fine wire and tho jwtag oil free parcbownt paper art pS1Rb a rosHstk manner and and t tlodos by jnM throad ia the place of lunch carta ar IBT eod r tinted boioi ups whleh are painted piy IKtlf bwtttrttoa tho earn ia gilt M ib eoaor aad hsstfo ahwic If ekoutI TioMa tied wMh TloUl ribbon 3sjd each pMt Ia a Iarg tPrCy frbotod to iDver ad go1 b the foUowIni tiet wrI tb- naden1 s t i ass eIC IrMd a si T weeds me M bT J 1Jftt ae w1llt rMDgIs tb firM W tp Mi1It yrOy bitilroiof ai a prtso ADotber nepIng of o a4tyE- utr ewW ad dbtfWt- eb sd eaId a we- hieres A eanterplea t tuJlp jooqttils awl doHodtte o4Is a lt- PM bowl pIacd aD ovak m- efrn or rsg a1iiost ta Itt tITer and tei npatagc with In bkMooms 1atII afIPkavI fa s er faiteme wdewfi J fbiMsu The taRar attachod ti ahc i act toot sjboms mad of who ironrt with ifroto iissps popor aadjwem to part otic laoml deratloes Clu uo of Hittpaar laid oil tho tabl loth a i at diago alyeofojoni ala papier mal rabbi bonboonlefW tied with broi rtthia around tho Bock where tfcy tf OCM TbIt ahodoa caadbs snd ca IIrd ta rlnSow Ie Tbftb f bartm proridod a number ofrabstpcd wot various size iiKtMthftM io Vaotar designs Thcot are JUe with oatttd nuts sod olin t taad ethic Uracloa At ojwh oatto Mty be placed a v45V chicken srwd to a name anl u ataMi4iadfRfe JIn gilt roatlc trrrtn Bookttf bavins cdfrR of vratir ilorad papfr ornamented TUb ftovr r and an InsM of taveuder tlntiKi jIpr inacribed with an Easter poem fonu auofoortatr furort Ta care VSiiSUpst Tab csrt ed df 7 i r 1 J THE NEWSLEADR I r I TJENEIWAOERJ1 r soo A g9tbVACE pGFILD KY i I DAVI30NrUrffr i5iNii jmPMUMHRk = s L4i1 = as4osI eIsa per r b sb a e t oIiIV aM PO1aaI J JIII 1h C es ol u se ILIberal rtaL f 4 v smdM 7hWor S psrN LXIX1S lsssr i s 350 j 500 si4M 0 1eoo TKUMDAT APJRIIrll j QI ro GK the titlsli haye woft a s r Tic TI pver the ers iin SOi4hAT4C the latjter i are Mill making thiigsiisteri trI I 1ngAi4accordgto 1 rrpJfts the BagliBK hive met some jer Yerr1wlrf Oil report 4r Is iliatfbatUe Jtoanht ner BwwdfOTt ik the Free State t tINt OM wix hundred British c IcHMiuid wounded aamne t4ktn redcsptured Eh fftporic are dunooBlrmed andre d14 aredtid wb H the stat mentfsJ made that itH Uttl the Boers ClosttnI uTHCXmtate ihS iBvestigatioo of the GosbelMurder The Grand jury J tyJj examlttiag wifanucs but none of tueprQOHdiJLlfsare given out Jin Howard ef Clay county wlw bai bee MMfltd as the manC thHYt b4 fired ftai shot sys j 1t he ban prove that he was not in Fraakfort at the time of the acsNMinatibn and is ready to r iprraadtr to the authorities if Gov CREPPS BECKHAM is t xtilj appointing His latest reIi JrJ G Furnish of Bobne iBoanty Superinteadent Dr J fr ml 6f ifelson county Iirst Assist aatf1k and SamnePFulitinf of TLouwyille Steward of thec Ce trail Keatucky Asylum for ill lnsan Fulton is a brother I oftJude JohH 4 Fultononel of l eel iQ ccnisioner q ArfMiRM DEWEY has accepjt i el yR jnviUtion to visit Louis bbrtly and Louisville iis pr4tp rinf to give im1 royalI welcome Since the herooij I i Manila has announced himself as un aspirant for presidential hon ors heBa clecidjgdi totkke a 1SWipgron4tha circle and will visit Myeral other points on his StLoujsTille trip i f EivskcIAJKo of Mon tana wbxi is credited with spend 1 0 ijiga sn ll iortunO to Ret elticted Ij to the United States Senate will not be allewed to enjoy the honors of his ofilcer theSenate coinmlttee which has been sitting Ahis case having decJidedto declare His seat vacantt y THE Republican state cfanveriA vr r tion to sfelecfe deltgatiesr to the t tatoi H Republican convention which meets atfPhiladeljjhja ha bejMfor May 17 at the A ditoiiUB Louisville It tfcojHjllttTiat Taylor and jlj d Bradley will beamongttbe 4efc0ak selected y v vlT5 am ill wind that blows tto pdy gpo4An advertising act teitified at the trial pit iNrJlJamFi li1 rofibget rick quck ii icae that the latter iati paklii m over 122000 for dcerUaiaii f jf I q II WKexraJl 4 ebia i for tkta i tricti a1IDOot1 lti It n1r dilate lor G rr7frod the Louisville di4rkt r a M iuu bsss ap- tiit t kJatk Mtj LI lJt Ml CfW Oweral of tthe 101 j rlilpn LII1PI Mrs IT P UL of L Lopa Pklinfgi WrIcannot emress how grateful I put for yooc kind advice and good tn4H daeg IM e beers ia pcowheallli aiorf or I M all mydife Iirthcfnst aine yu gewwOre1nnciw yfhrs dlydtMraiaube Mid I hadulccrtionaud tli lan op ntkMi would have to be jJf fonoei Jpifi did Rot seem nceesflicy to me w time went by and at last Iwrote 4 Dr fftne askinJifQuIvlft IsoogqahfutnwerdvIthigme to toTiliis jaedicinesi thc Favor GotdeulwiatDlSCo PaCqtePrescription icina as advised When c innien ihg I weighed iigil founds and jif rtl11tlikeiI1n 8 pounds AfteCj taking two medicinesrlike a skeleton and that Weary tiifcd feeling an left me I WITII1DRRV I t I Lebanon Locals g io The Falcon Mr DanU MuddfloMUwobj4 Mo was with frie sherelihis week Mrt Mud contenjplitcff re woying to this CtJ9ri aod nrerchantUe tioncountyion laSt Tuesday Only Touinc siness has seen JtransaotepLso fa Grim Tportant inthate miles for 326 inFeedi jIft1i11sflayiscorn at 50c per bqshel MJany ousand bushels of reed pats have been sold aside from large quantities sold for feeding era car loads of coru iave Beer sold to farmers and itjyill prob ably require considerably u ore befotoa crop canbe madoJ I tIWe ijotsd some weeks ago hat Dan Murphy who llived fiear town was adjudged a lluuaticjand sent to Leland His metical derangement seems to havaJbeen 2icaused by pjhysldal infirmityias sthis death took placeatliH in stitntion last Satuiday fiafkas aged about 38 years and was a quiet inoffensive citizen He 7 w HasunUarriedNotwithstanding Monday was a pleasant day the crowd Was not up to the average of the April CptJrf day gathering Far mars ar behind with their vork and are rushing things duringI the favorable weather of tbasifew days hence noteven Coilnty Oourtcoulalura them from their oatsowingthis time Thestiptts were fujl of implements exjilb ited by the yarious manufac tur jjt ers and some good looking aui m ats were also on exhibitiontn- ieatingthoriviva1takngd place lin the horse dad mule industry uch stock as was offered was sold at gooCtprice3 QO Wltta i wflhHazcl Salve t nn q uullcd for piles injuries and iii toazI 1lZ Salvo Bejvaro of nil counterfeits Wood 4c Wittatt Nelson Notes From tho Kccord f Mr Pryille Arnold pnrchjtsedi fcnqOuthLj llate DcfMuir Price 2590 Mr J W Cotton has purchased t3ie Interest of Mr Orville JAr nold io the merchandise business of Arnold Lewis Mr Ccjubris business qualifications his spirit of accommodatioo and hisvyell vIllimJlkwhere be isso wellknown as he iiahere 4 1 t Misses Maggie and Mamie Nealjl daughters of Mr W M Neil of Bioomtield weroseT stJTQursdayfrom BloomfieldJ to their hbme lour miles out when the hOrse t fhrowtilKthem a rock fence They were picked tojtheiresidence net br ahd Dr Wikefield was guinisbn d Both young wojnen mtttllebeaj if Bor beloved tbateither of- tlieailatallyi butt othInKQd9iDf8ui few Dottles en r d mo I dlRtssls Hvhttr YhU iMl and nrwJys ctires- Woodk cysJH1 sl Wtnntt 4jt THE CROP REPORT t tJkWhrkno uZprnii1oer t d he ftnMrlJ it tWheat Thit r e l t b wbeaVciOjp Tcoroprfid with norln1qn Aprjilstr is 96jxhicb is 11poinsuDdte1tbje rea for tho past four jjears Jind pne P Thibti1wthGconditlbn on dare of last report In tho sLcFIi9tn the oea t dittonffi 9M4the detragiffs 97 and f t esQutheaterntis 99Tiis iiallinEtfturiiis the mobtb ljofwhich shows an linprpvementi condition The crop WAS subjectel to some eVCretests during March by the llow tijmperature Jrjrevailin Curing tile early portion of the month land frequent freezing and l1i llig latefJ Tbe J 11 effects were mainly sbowlLin- Illwl wheat and wheat on lund imperfectly drainedf 4 fEn X1S wheat on well draitied soil thoigh the bJdesei Jrqw1 9d appears to bjiVe suffeieJ no peia stthenstonisttureinjury by JljM and some reports of recent injury from Jhis nfet areprecjlvedr Th i probability oHlie iJ1 working 1CpQJwn that the injury metftiondd is I1rtraceable4o some othqr cause The moplt disutctivQ feature the Teportst is the verb low con i ditioh lnTa section comprising principally the coUntiekpf Bopnel n trIi mpj6ejhaijdEenton he condition runs as low asitthe counties of BponoCan fl llatuibO7in OampbellandZ5 Kenton bvlry n r yfi x rfor all internal and external palflg undachps Dr Be1IAntl4anI l8 hn iiilt llpalnkmercvcrdIlcovr t i atc4cwsIEastern ilttalists ibill erect ia jlarge oil letlnery at Somorset and piiahahu devolopment the Wayne and ufaski oil fields A warrant for thOj arrdstdf Jim HowardofCayquiity in connection with r the assassin trbn of JFilliam GoabeUhas been issued and sent to Ejistern Ken tucky folTser ice 1 i y tFor thousand bush Jsofhemjp seed and several thousand pounds of hemp1 the property of James awilton2were destroyed y tpe burning Qfn large iwareliouso near Lancaster Fridayi niyht Eo insurance t Fnrthc first time since teli killing of Etbelbeftj Scotjf acd two other menvthrcen onths ago Col D G Cblsoni ydsiterday vis i ted the sceno or pid tragedyir r the Capital Hotel ppinting odr- to his Attorneys the ozact po i t1EcOi t1 Jligo Cantrillt bas warned 11FrJlkfJrtt ish Ifor contempt if they cut IIne to report so muchconceri iug the work of the grand jujy iji the Goebel assassihatlDn cas He forbids them ycn to repo t the names of the witnesses a pealrifig before the grand jury At BarboUrvillo 4udoJoiH Wilson presented his cnrtuf cat of election and comm ssi n to Judge WL Brown who d elided to vacate thobencb TI e Circuit clerk also refused to ro og4zn Juj3ge Wilsori who intU thajes that he is Tipt worrying mu0h so llong asvihe salary ul1 tbe office comes his iay Bill Sulli van sn t and instant y killed his brother Jerry on C b HealysI fBrmsix miles south f turgIs in Webster jouhty It is saId they quarr11edver m nlwaiters The brothers were1 e makers Tne victim lleaves a wire and an infant An agreement hasbeen dra up fur ho purpose ol hasteniagt jjudicial action upon he contests pr tbe minor stiitt qmcFS tiC agreement is 1i11 to that tjn tder which the severjal uaes in volytng the offices of Governor and Lieutenant Governor w r6 Consolidated und submitted to Judge Field It prpvide tatone of the pending Cases 1tt ens a test case to be s jbjmiit ted titonce to Judge Cantjill p ppaled to the Cuurtj of Appeals and carried thepce on vtt of orT rot to the Supreme Coarto tha United States The agreroont t 1s proposed by the liepublict ns and vilt probably be acceptec Ily the Democrats with ibsrc ultA that the test caso may reath the Supreme Court almpst orq Jitel u zootiis thc case involvin tbo o1L rOovernor J fIIW JIff a f iShIitdSiake Shipp was shot and ic tantlykiUedbY In son Cieart Creek eight miles west ot 1l IIcitya about 12nO oclJ c1k astSundav A1hatb11ttkT rQJln jug played a proirthonlI iart in the horrible i f facts in the case gsTnear as can Ipelj gathered at this time are as follows JJ1inl1nIswi isw 1of Harrison ivIillsandn grandson of Ab Mills deceased Uh Jim WtIodSe Sljp- nd his aen orareio Shipp PQ- about fifteen years of aW had chlIa jiIere engageJin u drunken j ghiskeyigt T j r hat fseported j ide oper fm that sectlpu After idnnkin freely for some time aidifflcuHy rose between ip Mills ancFi Clarence Ship TfaisjlhoVeve was Quieted and Clarence left tbfhis faHTePs homo on ScoWs Ri 11eS9JstintfShJceSh1ppt ugly under the influence of many rinkStacon rPJ it w aLwihdltflurty quieted wbife ladiesl could pass on their way burcL f sFat jijnolessianttireo pistols da jhlSperSO1two 38 Smith JjVessonVtsnd ono tl5 C lthori 9 of which Bob Shipp ba 1at tb 6 ticae Jie wal kiilodiglllls1 as aVmed with aaoubiebtirrel shott gen After the ladies TeierredJf eto CKt pptWp L t Carefullyxnm1ned loadeil vFtndiigtnM4ads initlfial gun he ws persuaded to give it back to Mills who was on the point of going dome and who ILeft immediately He hud nott stlrLodinpursuitwitb hrnd curbing at live top ofhis voic 1 Jim Wuitlock Iollowo andb3gcdShipp not1to hay p auy trouble Mills fwho was somo distance ahead had loaded l his gun during ithis lime and took up a position inside ol a o Shiupfwas nearly past when he discoy ered Nnil uand atvqnc lurncd firingwhenM shot entered the upper and lleft side of the lace itearing away a portion of the head Mills stir rendered hiraself Tuesday The ships have been engaged in numerous diflfcultiea and killings anda tong list of crimes ioShipptaShako Shipp were indicted in the Taylor Circuit Court for some misdemeanor Ben 0 Rodgers was the Common wealths witness and he was kilted afterward by tob and Shako Shipp on Little jul draughs HiJJ There wasacon ttrpvwas committed in Tayloror Marion county Shake got t outt years and scrvediiis time Bob gotHen years bqttne j men t was rovoised on appeal tCJI extltrialt ninetynine y jarslatvlha Pen This wos also appealed1 and re versed after welch tho calse under a change of venue was sent to Springfield wtfero the third trial resulted iu alacquit taliMarion Falcon Rellei tir nolifitTi Wto6R our thopghis turn toward the worfeh1perstact Its ancient practices and beliefi I11ltIon In 1ho cowmoqastactions oi our dally life s screwitrain lett to rIght yd we thInI we It because It Iff the only right and proper way but It we wish to extract a screw wo find the reverse proccta Just ns ofllcflcldua and easy Vii rend from latt t right and when we sit down to Indite an epistle to our friends our pen goes In tha same dl rectltin We open a book and a fold of uote paper nt the left side that la jccnUffBwe read In the Banio direction as the sun moves nnd of course Wl 11Butla this connection We turn the lenvci over from right to leftt wheteas It is really ertsler to do as the Jews do l egjln at FLat we calf thWicnd and fuM thc leaves wltu the sun An the R point Is that In writing we iaKlhe qiiright to ittt and jBad livery aJtWkate tIiQ Prolt 1 CnstonierWl dont see how yoB can do11t sell a iCIiOWaIkerThiCtsi corn fisloIl from th9 sargcon wito at Jti1evumiTi MrNG lrSwT y F I ijIr J t1 Tetcd By Tvil1os Fl igett+teat tx- apter sonj Amat may TaejcobV IS an iceberg uU Thr exac4id- iJparycirc t giom- Ost of in ic citemen l hei mny be cnlmJvben n I1jQQnet fads or4r bofacmgasi- ung andgetting ready to t try aMtyo9t1gh gunner shoves e5i It pounds of 4issor4edtironmongery 4hroush f i Jf h ast3micornman4ndA la alfil Th e Thipts sinking lIe mt pro s 9ronLnd when tbe ll iSt Oufirejbo mlay even speak gratr naticajlly when iho host enters his room atrain upsettavayittlickih t pn his desk He upsfils his chaijr 6l1 the ofaca 1pt as he leaps p his feet With a h owl fike a wild ladian or a base jjalixpach be maKeeadespprate grab att the inlcstand and swoops J Tr ffiit lf nln o ct cesti1- orof sweep it into anopnr- awerd f ll 9 tL1JSV Cd le cjhJ1 h31cJi1ys nfer his jptp rs a1il dragsfthem througi- UttieptidkiL s i ik tpai wast tJt 3loipgzq bit 6f fiarta befbro lie cjpci iz1iiti rook all over everything with his 1itJutidkercliie r id11tiaJ1y f ijgter kohas smearidthe4toi Qf tIJbiedeslii his handsl and his grayr ipantafoons with ink he discoy er that at tho rrtdash he bttdi Jtngcked s muchgetbdtt1d jSelkjailoffl draining its rims Da life awayjinrt jEveiyjIicaTt othotlights lfigure pn a blue qn d white car pet Then h ss things a thE fl Ostf1iLtti a l 1on eraJ W y 4g tbinKeSn idiot of- rhjaiselfj TVliaa f lppse airtUe1 i bottleof 5nfcJh And heimayriceep i011 wondering BeCauiefce will never know vhy Nobodyknows He jjust does iit thats ajL EQbt Angelesl Many a SChOOl toiVbij lazy and j shiftless whica shedoesnlt deserve the least bit of It easJtyIcrvpusYe ttime And what cap you ex pectP Herbrin is beng Lfedwith impure bIpodI ant het wholi system is suffering fromj pOisoning Such gifls aire wonder fully helped and greatly 1lY t4- klngSrMPfl I HundredoTfhousandsI I of tqeq 4 ii during he p4stSOyedrs A Alany of thesd clrls now I have homesofi their pwnv I They remember id1atJ1 cured them and now 4 I they give die same medi jS cine to theirowfl children f 1 You cm affortf to trust a r tS2apil1aththbecn 4- 4testedfor half n century jI I Z1OOiMlde i4U4ra1 ii If your bowcliaro consti L pared ute Aycr Pilhf You j cant iayo good c11th unless I Lf1117I you have daily obtion of the 1 Vw12 I Yf I WH IeaetOfljttea ar wir qiti ictirh t J bOItThDd1Cftldv1coyoicn I zltshodoctorJmIrrprrcLi7DaI CAYJWi LowenXI Dclficss linndt Cnled B tocal application nsUioy cannot r acU tho dioeaod ppr6nof llfa car Thdro tIs idnd IbyraUsed oy an inflamed condition of pie mucotia lining of 410 Eastacnian Tube Wion thj8tubo lsltuflanled you bnto rnmbllug sound oL iIppprfect ncarlng and when it is entirely cjfso JDdafncsa lstbor result nfid Unless tncrlinC amatlon can bo taken pntand tfcti tubo restored toInormiopdiLqn hpnrJngwiU d trQY ed frezxin e fiuu ou oJtnusoo by Carhvrhb Is o biD bu- aJdnAJIf cotJUU f Dlifcousfl1 n1 s We wJllgtOuo Hcrcd poJlIr3Joj nor case of Deafncssi cnurOjX by oatarrb thteanndZbecured 1v HftUs catarrfi cure 3nd for circular Jfjfee F JC NEY C l1ocQ Sblaby Uragcfisis T9i Halls Pills ajottio becstI 1Tb ramnY1retuUs on c or drin1 Jrl inonzptb rectitlod pita Qrd1scomrL by t4aTn al of lietblne Price ttits Uaydjh a 1 1H r rr 11 tiiin GIEH SS ff bC 2 iIMIO UO fl CI i TT Jji r1nfkId 1fy FASHIONS lL n fEA ERl NSi JBYtI1UnEDJ5RiIL IX tJsjt1AJ t Eactor Sunday the world Is tbei day cjipscn fbc t 9dljplay qitraorr 9jEafylmiiicib iprpdnctioiJ9r Dtt ni a general rule the predominant styles of that day nssupied by extremists are not a faithful indication modes as adopted by the conservative Jeaderso r bta8Ioaaliket The Easter Jutsjiji qlbo ltc this scar rc rglpesItthid with masze s Oat cfilirdn enormous flowers are rather startling Many long dropI 1ftcralI lr thizl E4Stifl nlu 4seen but 1bo conservative styles are combinatjors bt CuP cppUquc Lilffn nnt1veiy natural Iookldg luw- eriiybleb ulna II 1Jo silk cotton eitoafTilLIsmail U1vensJP clc ra f thLcIveuarrangement tbe The nttv style la a mcrtllOcatlon of the pnrtlns and bang fron hair jVreayed loosely n lIhrge jbd eombedilIghtJy cHber tJe from the v part Is but a mere sug gestion thin fliiffy lijing otqr forehead pnfteua tthe putjlni tot the With rieW arrangement the w chignon Is lowered i consliletahty npprpaclilflc the nape of theneck for daytime rislngiirer3 high i evening With the high dressing th back lir V is combed cmoothly Jhfe pufflngeffcct Is bow considered RulttlJl tong alt single braid running llength r vrtse from trClOwp the bead 0 ill ar nape of the nock The cbJguoo comb cn Mi2ununwerCiiiflon01tbltr1tpltlRthlsyipopularityjVflvarj onna n wClls fbrtcwnfrig wear with the IjRlitV m rerjala tw Bhbrt chpeR of clifton ore csceedlngly jRmarfyittlcvnDraifB ranile with odcordi toliningOftQclmtritRtlnconsidered very dressy to have thesiS ofjlffqn vrrap made of Rjtnvtly the tbe satno color tfio cloth gbvfnn Toorac tdqtr414frrolJhirrldg Vmg Hpct cit tPoJIS ftQrJ1t f itLoiixtiveW3tWes rCabpt1ss DosfciT GRipi ICyetfdotiotJiM to btr tfitna6v1RX lune et- ned r your ifrufjglstwtlt refund thft ttionty Cop1 for children 03 w Ul lktLl4 cole jJOJH F1 tsiMM i k MitTlNgir 4 DEAtJRSjN tn b Ia e SI aSadI llW ps RtEtc- eairrng J neatly and I dn utfirsti JINnMADE TtIE8S AEC1A1T lMxStreet Craycroftscdstand IEtL 1flN LQJV i i Lr Pk rII k4 ER ILE 6 I BU W O lS IILI5I G 1 p if IfllKonlrk I 1 over of tbtf of tjie and more In l and of hair Tbe over Iton TJfl tho face this oven war but for up Alt t Csrs tFc you t t to llrtqlt oftng i9jN gJi I t ijhdBh4ydjSl 4 TEEf9 6JTt qui Stcwk tttW complete em bra iIg all the newtl effects ni Stnp lineof1iTPLE J Ii fEVl shown is 1flChU13d inPiJ Stock i 1Dont wat 11tfl th Ji last- minute but 4 comenow Jft ia40 l trWe 1tn o- ii J HATS fVi 1 ITO iBE SEE NiN I WHER I tr 4L L Jit j I rirtsww 4g tttIir1iitE XfF rr it i idES1l4spiWI ICANiTE BEATEN t GRU jG CLASBROthE td Id j A BUS1NESS EDOA1F1iiabttJJJ Isi jr g IrtJmportnnceBRYART r STRATTON BUSINESS CQILtt tT7 tL01JIVI4LE KY i BOOKkEPINQ SHQRTHAHPh1 L TELEGRAJ1LY fET UG AJ 1apr rie HtttP ilai pptWf i The bq3t5pstca UtUl l O c estlc beet eagar dq Hoi kwlUiTii tilini tht the ftttry Js rapIdtybS tI1tselftI at factories hav earaad tyanty nsr cent aivldepdSj ad gall oat bukare of tua4sln cash to near b7 fa Era arid woknh during 18Sp la cufflclonf giiiarianTeA to liUresi t i- estgatoi9wh cutEe throofk a lAdder inr Ii1befletVtkPitlSw11I bring a r tfits difectlaa Tk EpltdmM to t aysdvoqte Jtrlc bustnSIX1i- Ica ce In t1aUeraAd can 4e more hu cttuffoa Its readel sttcl X tcloso to thalr FannerViastltutM and test Wwlnei nbi all jat W jilsnWflew Jt State feou ailca aaji uoJlbniaJf piro f on arC alllirlfai Mew witBKc prImits hut kh 8 JndustrrJWd tgrow thism fx t brla tkV jwigtrt IIliSt idAcojcoUrRSrlZtatlon cntt9 Uk t and yeaif by ytarcutsia torcjf lun otthe D1Jcl4 liarstheetedT celdIngmption 0 auga JIaUJut et1 States iofiM rk bTer tUiIO 4r3 of w teL otft ilif rfx huaA deed tho1llfdto wcrfciiMor 1 The dome tic urar J17 Jj rts bfcaaef sizr34OOtJeL wf r 5te tosaWit f ser D al 7 toi of rjutga yThJittejlnftloo 3aI tjlrecalttati w re r135ot 1Th1 rh1 t tt dpII 1ia enl f Ia4 t pf tQ i r llabor at 1i tiJ IiIml ia emt a1cL4hildr Uaeatoi co s Iwnwd attao r dflU Ibi per t nibeets a 4 cok 15 Iba jw ton eltr t1 Ecit aThie 3 tbi of ton CIpL b4tr teT1tWOdJaIl bi asa1 the total l mtlleJ li tbitt itOunti7 Qvcrm VV ynji llrjiUylo the lW li Tairtsror lii snsns- raw i i1 c and jBuiufacu el n t1 I r SeJstsilisin buMncfi hoafoiu Writ ft tewl 01gtcssnltlIfrom ndut oep5salaebt posiUoiM Jill tlw UnlUd BntOM raiLedtJI8KJC J QNOP1 J BIOU 4coLSS He M1ov iiiieClay 2M Md tirf th al = ttZitsga t =1 t i4 1 dOiIsa record of l1a3eaioI4 JRO cottv J AbbeKby be W- ktJ t1id Nak- offtbs W Iitw i4hig fl1 i ndL1iiaLussiot iW T rQamm atabU l fia Tom tHaB A cptir Money dMM o a uJbe liet M u- etaied LOtfr1tj- t t ptiijiyiui-jra6Loopc nE- a OtsPPvdIuiIIJP- flIbOdlrlsEI Saffep Toa sspo offIt D c o es k wJyr Does Pimttl- ttheuiL rohlt fiIvshf catarb- z aeevIthi bJoodtaItmAkMtlM lood fur oad Rich her bekCUHBT MilBtr K MK Painful gweDii aJpMptdMpar Quickly eared hr r made ipecUIIy for all ob ilnit i orxi ktntvciI a a It Is diArrrother rmed1eii he a Drains lson and Humors itireGIft it a trial It cures when nil ulu- buirouqbly tented fur 8l y nrs F rug ttorts at tl per lrjre bottle HJttlos ri troatmtnt So tif ay ttit atrhlbttlsivI1Ijliitotv fre Wriofnit AJ1n rALM CooAdant4 tii Vtj rii rjjhlf and frw uvtlu Il rT1 rT rw jJI ti IA LAP 0OP PnOIIIiE lI 47 lI i Isiando Vl indailOc- 4QI ttllie AwayPlu111ines- lL r J QUcr laiILcu Ifi W9ri i tMrIL BV Toomps6n oil tMs 1 1r S piacQhas received from Tiieut K iWiif Re dwHo is staiionod wtth f A his regiment ai the town of Coltabattp in the Pbrllipine Inlands from which we take the following extracts The man who comes tosee tbe Phi Upines arid stops at ManilaJ v may rest aS3ured that he hasnt even seen what might rca oda 1Iwr hlvb Hed a i art of tliera We landed at Manila November erq4wBordered to this rslahdjvia Iloilo i Bolo lloilo is an interest g piece on ihfe island of Negros jS iiv fiplp is a smatiplaqe but one of cthe most interetingj in the Orient t it woulrl bPnecessary 1 r thatyou understand something of the history of tbeSulu group i t andthe island of Mindanao ba I Jl fore ytfu can thoroughly under standl the situation as it exists siThePhilippines is no more the coun V try we ate in than Africa is like- SAmerica The Stalu group is Otjitoget1Ieri with Mindanao ihhabi ted almost wholly by a race of i wanderingvsavagescahed Miv b roes they own no laMand but little property of anykind ex c5pt the chiefs called Datos alSmany arevery pettialjy Dato Pia ng 8nct Dato f fUtttt Now of these two chafac 1 tors space will permit prue saving bul little but the history ofeithVr oftberrl wo jd fill volutnns over wliich tinyond could ponderwith interest for niStold benefit to us since we came toO ttabatO I will not attempt to describe tha thanyacts of t kindness which he has per ribrraed He has in his possess v ion one of the most beautiful t iv plantations on this side of the or eutland I would lee safe iin a lying that it is worth a hundred 5 S5jj u thousand ormore besides I know that ho owns hundreds Y I probably ihoueands of headof cattle and over and above this more than a hundred wives and s t overa thousand slaves 33ont pen your eyes at the latter- tt Statement for both polygamy 11Sj t vnnd under proU ctiunof he laws i tjcolntrols and l adsati J a ray of more than Uve thousand IIwarriounot soldiers you under s and dressed in blue or of linifprm who perform their kl1kieI line the ticking pf Aclock but a great mass of Malay savages whose sole uniform consistsof a thSatiimal thcVsiz of a pockot itSbreech cloth They ara not r armed with a Mauser or Kra j Jorgenson rifle biit rrytn l wicked looking knife called a vlbsir with which they c3ns erpj t trniansjjead at a single blow They place no value upotihu manlife conse uently have no hesitapcy inwejlding Vhia mur i derousfweapon upon the slightest t pfoypcatiiiii OTust at present t A vthera isa lulY but a morning sjj sun may see the most awful hell i turn Idose in Mind arib I dont i think that thejAjn ripanpeoplc I are thoroughly cognizantof thc iiicondition iin this island and foi the gpod of tlie four regiments scattered over it at far distant interyals its bet that they t J 6iouldxiotr until more soldievs 1 come for when it becomes gen erally knownpf tKe cxtrjBineto5 which slavery is faried some 1onrnjndedprach r willS lFa off about 11 000 niles from tjhe- jj scene oiaction and go to alrrMg1t a utffgive me libe4y ot give y me death and later1 on around yrill cQmb u general orderdG Cldiiag all theT slaves In theI vS nth rn i1tlands Jrea and ex tending to Hem the protection of the arnjy Whenever that ohfppens listen and you will a- rlofj the avrfulfAt figt Ling yet seen j in the Philippines v v j have fi Jittle storey concern VJng the barera Dato Uttu but vilL cutit short54 a few weeks ago the old Dato bow s ou rVthes 4JQ3ostr powerful man on the Islarin anl who is stilhthe rich 5est one invited Maj Brett tbe c military governor f t prd SViriceto paychim a visiti I being a mcs tnber of the Majors staff as Provost Marshall or Mayor of the city and this being m orTrlk vlsitraU opportunity wa a irdctI me to accompany him The oldl raant vtho is tfovv pastsixtyi met L patt1e llanding in front of h tplace arid ate lempting us wlih nauye wines and other deliQa cres and extending proper coart esyr invicd usrto see his hofne It miiihfe be well foi met ex p tin in the bBgiattiojg that no neis eyer allowed to enter jthesa gaered the r1Jmn the court Qn eptering thb Imtromws found the queeii adaugh lor of the suljtan f the iinland ting on a throno In the center ofa largo room about bert iin a jis semicircle stood the other whes f the harem this woman j wliom I mention as theqaeen wafso donominated bythejDato euso she was the fifst io bear m him a son after he b I gffefit power by d f Neighboring tribe in bjbjhis soboinga daughter of tan ade itall the mpfe suitable that she shfaadd b6 tho queen She was robeU in rich gartaents and wore inany jowelSij By her side stood the young prcd4u whom the old man hoped lo eec his r e fall when the final sump onscame little dieauiin4th4t Piiung had alfeady sirippett him othis power The queenlooked o l lab rnt 30 years of age j while1 the other WiV sraDie ins age from 6 to bo years InMinc danao wives are obtainedi b f gift through purchase or cciuluest G the girl seldom being consjilted a you can imagine tJId chagrin b and disappointment j a buxom ing gidin her teens wLo basfJ her hearirset on someatbiloiic j young wurrior of her trIo to uddeily land horself the pttai chased wife of s6oie old Dato Tmfiw lin mistaken Tiifnif all hJ trouble could be jpi ched upti 1 some Yl1P1 his places once beconies settled cffflciibLW for business to bs transapt d one H body is oyig to lauke tfpre money than they can carry out town Cottabato jis tipriiwcipdl town and the ojiiy teuf1pj any conse l ueiice in tins Pit OfJ the island already it h poalilatron pt between Ifiveardteu ound people it is blird toK lorui a plpse estimat the iphabij ants being Pfl ncI PIlHV Chends- Chiuatnon a Spanish and a fwd Filipinos Do riot shake your besid ut the Chinamen as thby are bfar the best business peaa ie in thatdwn TheyreprpseDt fiinvfrom Hong kon g undan1 ton with gOO capital and are ae far different class of people ot1 the wash washe Ctimaiusn inn the statesTaiid if you donthdkt there same Business he re Illl jiastgive yoaan idea by hovs ing the amount pf taxes colece4w each month Idont med n ypar happen lo be the Provost Mur shaifSoi theictyappoinlod by Maj Brett the governor off jbe province You caineve driv ta an idea of tbe forces plucedn tlieliands of afrovpst Marshall unless you ask sotiijs old soldieri who has seen thdfeqtbinss l 9ut Ill just say that lrn mayor hnsirrl of rnnnnU pinof nflnnlio anfl aU in oae I pass niy vnd ordinance grant license 4et he anioun see Lhem collfectedatlti order the different expend ituries c Now four Rfilnnivts pay a monthly tax of15O eacp one Ghenopays 200 per month to 3ithportper month to opejqte a chicken cock fight aupiher paj sa 200 for a gambling lipuse ajil I am going to raise him to 50C v This m neyiSi principally ap liedtcIbuilding streets bridgts doing other necessary improv ing about thetown ASJI aide If this country can bekejt gut in less than one year lliis town wilbe do ing more business in a dayjthan Springfield could pos sibly do ina month Now you are wqnderingVjpone abo at this sol just let nte show yeti Cotta baifcia is situate d immedi itely at thj6 bottom of the R o Grande vajtey and this valley is from 40 toi miles in breadth anl about 5ft navies long every foot pf it iswi1l produce anything ea earth youfmight plant in Jt andyou can1 plant any month in the year I think this is the finest body of land that I ever look i oVer As I have said before tl1e does are actually snvag in nay ut 1 t = rHE 1 I51JRJ1He fa ansenl angels cried Wjjen out t doom and deyuh fTheradiant Christ the Eastern dawn L Enkindled with a breath that the do r might Trover close Which opened in His way He made of cvey man a Christ N to roll it bdck ti day He is arisen Mn is upT a And like a Christ awake 1Vic sHies from the tomb ot drcaiW And fields shadow break Into the gold o ripened grain the osy garden glow C Aid aI the fruitage of the eecd The bands krf summer sow they haVe found that then is a arket at 3ottabato whicl Was lso JiQro under theSponish hik being one of their ri jhest ports and they bring incffee dootmp tdbaccOc most of which grows wild and excl ange made mr goods and tri lIet- sfdilTeritkindS i It wiflt ot be lorigi tjefore capiial will cone in and len this country will so to blooming but there Ino e Ip try tell you abouV cant do it Yourfriotl justice V 0 f11f11for First Lieut 31st Inf JL g A cpttabatpP I fJJ lU lo s G1eflvaY lL is certatnly graufying to the public to kcowof doe con which iis not afraidlp be freperjona The proprietVis Of i Kings New Iiscover for Sonsumptjon Coughs and idao ave gLen away over tct t1tl Hop rial bottles and havis thet ais iClion 6t knowing it has ure thousands of hopeless t jcases Asthma Brcnchiti La ripiieand all Throa qjhvst and Lung diseases Jiro surelyl ure4by it Cal on Haydon 4rRobe rison Druggists apd et a reetrntl l Regular size Oo aojd 100 Every bottle gjmanjteed Ju t na GuocWon er q d ggistl u you UIH emtfcthinft ust rorcmiJIil sgripetctHelps linn 1 iiHmiojhpJa tIln ing of hia profits andnot of your welfurc df nggis rAvili seil you what you what yjoioiu for nnd you oan aslt for notfjing n gotidus Or Hells Pjnelar oney Good ilnipjjlsts sell IttA Pleasa d 3i hf OaeoI the plcadDtest sights e hiive had ip this town lea ngtirne ajstbe Vihiand t KHUV Weekly Vine Ws the tiS1ic manner in which jJohhl Griffin of Lawroldce buried Bil- lrugerfrhodicl siuce our latIissuMr Griffin bad his jtrade t bls o entland he hnJiI dlcd6W dead citizen with an agility fcthat syatsttrtling iin Ps orJginRlity iIe vas cveryliere ll the time wdoping with the afillcted widow diacussing future earlier prospects with tle farm rs aritrsoliciting business ncPtI e other atl E ddauts at the fti eral Ha wilHoubtless be able o get all tboThtIsincs iin these partiv Before leaving he sub rlQed for this great family eekly h rice tbis puff A Uorrlblo Ontbrciilf Of large sores on my little daughtersshead eJopcd ito case df scald head vritc3Ci D IsbHl of Mp reran town Tenc out Bucklens Arbica Salye com pletely cured n or ItS a guar ratiie6d cure for Eczema Tetter Saltjiheum iai pies Sores UJ ers and piles Only 2 cat Hiy on Eobeptsons 4f McNTUU From Onr RoKiilar feorrospoudont MrBalard sold a lot QC hogs toOBryan Go last week at c per pound IMrijT Riff sold toWm Rogers of Lebanon one goop four years oldhorse for IQO1 Mr lCOntFie1is accbm pun red by his sister Miss Lassi isHed- tho Misses BJaiidford lfasb iSun tday Messrs Ji M Simms and J B Hill were 5n yLebaaoni las- tFridavh business Y riil w Pf The mormou proacherstbat have been ctap yassirig tbea unty have paidi visits From 0urViClnifYSjverat with haven oon 0 Miss Etta Hill is altenfllflgat tiormal in your city J Quiteaorowd attendoA the luuerall of Miss Anriife M fottt gomery Which took place iqesr day at St Rose 1 EdueatoVonr Unwell TTlh Cnuca ret ftrOtCtOe t t yzzs He is anaen From ihik teeth O crouching Dogs of War Nan learns to HR his Titan trengt- To Bethlehem and her Std Learns how the latchstring of a home X May bat the lions den Aird lead him docile to thevord V3 Good will and peace to men 4He is arisen From the wars Of power pride and pelf Man turns to fronf a nobler strife The battle with himself J To triumph over hidden foes J Prsputlng everywhere The maetery oISpa endTime- i The planets and the airl A SOLDIERS ASTER Q1VEBS nr wniis i uMyxiN3 Coprrfcht byhh flawiins3 PjEJV membora ojf the Authors dub were off In a corner talking ebod1lrmd to answer Truth may bo logical or not Just as Itbnp pens said one butflctlon must be loelcaL Fiction fbelnp huuian uiade is nl ways wltliluHhc giaspoT human corn prehQUElpn said another while truth Is pfted beyond it Mr Edwards whose years aqd many successful novels gave weight to his opinions was appealedfp IstboImost logicall dljll Wmigs said be Every fact Isj tbcInevltable cone qudnee ofjroindikfier fact tliouh In ur Ignorance o prfor or Intermediate facts ye oftenyailss the seqUence Tbo difference between trytb and fiction iat In fiction we ore periuitted Tto sd6 both cause and effect while trnth cf ten cpoceals certain causal facts tho abw nce of which makes the conclusion Sftrtn strange illogical u liecouutabl ify wifes first love nffalrfurnlshes sp good l an Illustriitlon of what f mean that If you will prirdon so personal d relation I will tell youabout It t course everybody expressed iieto do hear the eminent novelists story elIsald he In 18GO she who Is now my wfe went with her parents to live lii n sjnall town In Missouri She then 17 years old that age wlen the vine heart of n maiden begins ear nestly feeling about for tka oak jto which It to cling for life There wis nota very citenslvo forest of available oaks In that little town yet betduea- yearthau passed she bad fastened hpr tendrils to one of them a young fellblw whose loving but misguided niotbpr liai bestowed Upon hIm the Scriptural Christian name of Ellnnsle h It mlgiit FIoa1EldredgeJions tfrYOUng man with such o name especially since her brothers ail sisters mIsted no opportunity to chuff her about It lInt she loved Ellraclecb with d devotion which paid no heed to such trivialities So one day they plighted their troth vowing by nil that was sacred to their earneKt nouls that come whrit plight tty were foh eflch other through life through death through the elcrual cxlstencfe off Well Iniurortall essences Then the bobtn ef a creatjgun tang across this continent and reverberated round the world Sumter bad been fired oiL Men met on the streets of the little MIssour town and InthO excite niuntof the hour hissed the w9rds which made them mortal toes Mr Eldrcdge Floras father was an out Bpolien nortllernQr EHnielechtf father was nn equally putsppkcn southerner They came tegcther lIn bodtpd dispute nnd jiartcd In deadjy enmity Mr Eldredge well nigh broke bis daugh terslliffirt that day by comtnandlris Jier never jngaln to see Elfmelech and the young inaus father xleolared bo would disown his san If libLdld not at- odeer break oft with the hated northerner lauchtcr Ellmelecb at one home pleaded anti Flpra at the other wtnt bat all tono mrposc The roar of the tempest Int the paternal breastS deafened the hearts to pleas and sobs The flentlmeut of the town was al niCAt unanimously with the south and t was soon bonip in upon Mr Eldredgo that his personal safety lay In Immfdl ate flight Within two days he and his fnmlly had departed but notf until the lovers ha met surreptitiously and re newed tbcirplqdgcs of love and fidelity Mr Eldredge blniEelf did not know where he was going to settle so ajl bis daughter could say In the three letters which she managed to send to Ellme lech from as many polnts along her Journey was that Eho would send her address as soon as shohnd one But by the time her abode vnJ established Pap irtucesCQnfodcrate army lied tho little Missouri town nor the malls could not JuissIn The Important let ter which toM her lover h01VlfOnd drcis lier- vwas returned toher from the Uead Ipttcr office Then iln tlie following February fell the awful blow which wrecked her last hope and nearly took her life Tho north was exulting ocr Grants great victory nt Fort Donelson Bonfires blazed and bells rang out the wild Joy of the people Newsboys scampered everywhere and eager men devoured the latest word of news that could be maul or heard Correspondents at the frbnt knew their harvest time and garter d every ecrap of Information Ono of those scraps related to the finding Of a young Confederates body stiff in the attitude of prayer After receiving Ills tloicorrespondent crdwled tpn seized U wRh a death grla and held himself up on his knees He yore the uniform of a Missouri regiment In his coat pockpt were found three let t ers which the enterprising correspond eat bad copied Flora Eldredge ognlced kheniras the letters she had written to Ellmelech along her Journey from Missouri As have said the shock nearly killed her To speak wore ot her great grief would be only to m UlCt pain npon myielf without adding ta tour lucrst In the otorvt en VSfWe iis arisen And awake SThe wiser for his dreams thehapeiiiTJnghteyed jfor centuries of sleep 4Have cleared tle tight of men oHeLSaCkS the Past whcri ancient eyes yWere closed mwopderthen They are arisen God and jman Each risen with jhe othert God to lead all men to ilk And man tp lead his brother The I heightIMan rising lifts his lowliness O sj TG immortality IV iuw entj id ow my loved and l IMIto enjoy the pprploity on the faces of his listeners JRemember gentl ernen mid he I am not soclvlng to e Herein you Inn j tollfhir Tou a role tit truth ecpsel seems to 1leo she lIght on tbbques tlop of why tact id stranger tIn fie Jon Y- In fiction the vquld not have bo conie your 7lfe would she Mr Edwards ventured t yopag magnzlnlst That is the point pin coming to tlic elder author an wered and 4ii pr dcrthat soC max ice how logically U camt about I must tell you that 11111 Btlfwas In that bn tIer thnt I saw t1lo young man fall at we Were of the slim regiment arid I knew him well and loved him thst be did yot cniwl tq the bush but bat I carried ikm there and placed llw upon his knees because he asked me to that lMdjust taken a lnstvhl8rercduiCSSagR from his Ifps when lwn s uminarlly ordered back Wlthoihat was left of my yog- inientto our Intren ihnicnta Well the upshot of It was was one of the 13 000 prisoners wlo vrorc unconditional ly surrendered to Grant Ot my lopg and Varied experiences In nunierftus tallltr ry prisons It Is es sentla to tell only of vrnaf occurred after J y Gscuttt Cblca o and coK fined id Crtmp D Ughts It was my good fortune one dy to rescue a youug federal otflc r from under his fallen lithe lie tundo nore of iUe Bervce than It dtjBcrved and 1 was treated with some distlnci lon durlng the rest pf my stay there Kl th foiloWlng spring I was tdkeif afidBentU the hospItaL where thi4 young ofllccr amo frequently to see tic It was a dreary place but jturougii blf Interest In me I received some nttc itlbus not ordinarIly bestowed ba prbipiieFS of wariaeOf j IPRATOBI lax iportarit event pf ny llfe On vaster Sunday toy ofllbor friend brought In a Loaujtlful bouquet fresh pwect slm pie flowers saytnf they had been sent IbY a florist uudpr be direction of some unknown lady Tbe ffdrlsts card was attailie4 to tlem aucl the offlcer read these wprds from tlabackfit An EllStlrgr rpctingi to some poor epldler In1 the prison frodi one Who deep Itake lySYlUputhlze Iig men continued Mr- talEdwanls tbni ne of you was ever ppiimd tipi nllltary prison for months Ymd t it Jhc en Vof a cold deBolatet wlntei eJiutnwa In the still deeper ilau of the hospital So I de- 1spalrofmakhik you realize bow rery beautiful a few fresh old fashioned flowers can lle should beJn yet deeper despair If lI bad the task of makliis ybitt feel h jv gratofuVthe heart of that particular sick soldier was to hen whose grriolbt s sympatby liadTpen- efrafed this prlso J within a prison on that Easter day ttWhen the 00 ere were faded rT begged the prllIfl of keeping thOrnS and when was near to note my weakness I sjicd jraany hot tears upon their withered leaves From that Eater day gained vIe tpry nftcr victory lover the disease In deed frotnthe time those flowers were t placed irlthlu my eight and reach I I1fY OFFICER fTUEXD ins 3EAU TtgrJLflOUQUgr seemed toCe wboIly wellIJii world was bright Thc hospital the prison the fever till weretoupbCjl by the bril liant liues and grafeffll frogrande of those Eajster flowers i Wtiuut wasconvnloscent lwas ex cbangedjand Jnxmedthtcly discharged front tthe service i went at puce to the florist who though be lid not know who the jajly was rcimenibered her Well as owboseened tdhavo some great atiUCitrt Ijle dijUght ed me by telling MW she had wept Tviiip wrltins the little nicssngc ou tIn t earl accompany tue tiuHtMH j Edwards stopped a niomefit IMr h flnilly went on t may- as well end thefstory here Of cotirsnG you bave guessed that it ivaa lpnil Eldrfcdge wlosCbt1luo t1owtiitttid- slncyeu aalready Itnovi that sho my Wife I have pnly io add that werivrc niarVleii within two luonthsnfter my HBerntiou rl But flurcly that Is not nlliyou hre going toruljs questioned tthe youngi nia arlnlst What Is lacking asked tbecovel 1st MEvert1uifigstanding of tbe story first why wpre you plcasedat the Jailys roill Nest to Low did ybuflndBCi when yod3Iutgknow even her nainp Ne silo come f6 niirryj when she was I take It Rtniuiourulng for ElluieWh suppose1 bowpver this last would buii clear If we knew what message you ore to her froiii her dying lover 15 No said Mr Edwmsboronomess jte to tier from her dying tkrr r Tbb ircsgage whjcb I received from the strlckin soidfer was to his mother g ho Floras lover bore hIs own tni2 j edge for must tell ydii that I was the dnFy lover sbci ever had You n lAer knW that E Jeronio Ed wards had n DfromOrAtnnme ial it Aftep horn ipftme In the ElknelechR sotirl town enlisted In the Confedcr ate army because nil niy companions did At the Fort Donqlson ole of my churiismadbri engagementJ coat for a fallen comrade In a tevf minutes be himself fell mid nt aiy fcoatThose were my precious jlctterswlilch the correspondent fouriU In that coat itpocket f Since rdll not know where Flora vns iid she v suploCdji I wnsdend It remained for these Easter flowers to bring us togctbcr for I thought roe ognlzcdL the writing on the card The florists idcKcriptlou of her clinched tills nod her sorrow assured toe she tXvas true to the oldllove J found hryby tIn simple tpeans of a citY ry Vfll raid pnero the 1artfjt Isnt so very strange after niL I think 1t Is raId Mr EdjrnrdX To nNJt la perfectly Inconiprehensr t fiowVu tijjJanyjjJ Fabrics The Edster gowna Bbpw a avsh display of embroidery nod openvvork tacos which fact assures us that there will be no retrenching along the line of expense and elaboration Inte latesspjiag and summer styles The most effective gowns are still cut plain showing the 8IdA and box plaited skirts Or the severe tunic over the extreme wldesprcadlag flounces ffut nil are cut to fit closely over tho Lips and lo dmpotbly In the back Somo models among the streCt dresses show n gathIup and at ching of side IflThet heads tbe tailor innde the morn e orate coinbInntlons of lace and bI and thai of Bilk and wool t nccdinpdnleH by delicate tucking hemstitching openwork and appllqued forms of designs The silk shirt waist Is on of the beautiful featijrcs of this years Easter display Baby blue lavender tur quolse cerise and of course tbo staple black are thp fav6rlto colors shown These ore to be worn with the tailor made suItJ and under Eton Jackets The French back seems to be the oho eon model nlthoigh it few yokes aTe shown mostly of the Inserted order and lncbntrnstIngshaces The newest street fabrics are In li double faced material which does away with the usual skirt lining JTbei goods fcome In delicate shades ongray green brown and cerise Among the flunimefstyhs the pannier JnidtheJopsuch drapery Whenever goods be iri1 to assume n figured tendency the smoother outliefs abandoned for a more elaborate treatment i a r Nprrntfs lake V1ItIiIre SSVhpthiigsaro the best they hecome tbe best selling Abraham Hare a leading drug of Beilevill p writes Lice tric Bitter iare the best tiling bitters I have handled in 20 years You lI1WWhyMoSt diseases begin in disorders of stomach1 liver kidneys bowels bloodt and nerves Electric Bit ters tqties up the stomachv rifeu flatf t tihiItudesthe entirMtsystem Puts nw LUto AndgIntor any eakJ sickly rn4bwmnnor woman PTlce50ceSts Sold bv Hydon Robertsq Druggists JmConalicl2f1 25 vcnrs I with a cough arid spent liundreds of lolUitd with dootors auld frtr medicines to no avail until I used Dr Balis Wno TarHoooy This lomedy1 nojics woalc lungs strong It has Saved iny llfe lyzel qruiutfiur Ill t Pound Valqable Estate 8nto en years anor orge Gfibbs of Gallipolis came here to v sit his brchterDr R13L Gfcbhs remaining 0 short tiniii abd golog to Allon tto vij it another brother Dr JWvGjljas whore hedied and- rcim sthcai3e his familyf was not not16 dMSomeweells ego frqro W Gibb3 Jtf aged 17 son of tha deceased star ed9tE seeif he cood pnd hislaiher oing to White iaalpnur Springs tivber bisi ifaTber was born t apd reare LFpm there he cam- eoilrrod bIlrbIas4Friav and I visiu his uncle pro R Br i Gibbft frznw TJOm 16 found out uboui his father hile JnjVir ipia he discovered jbal a1large Iractof la idlliqrofs probably the property of hi lal r father and the latter s broiiiioiapd sisters rR B G ibbiFj here Mrs Fannie s Go doji anil JM rs lizziei Baker ff- Jnui nap JisMrs Kate Wright of Louisyilley and pr W2 Gi bs t now decaasedYof Alton llj The matter will beii fully inv isligated There are 1500 creoftbe jundI someof t being very vald aiblei worth 100 jje acrearrodsburg Sayings j 5A Ghof StoryjNot fair from Btpomfield tJpI the Faijpeld pikes about four tars a o Fred vBrewer felll ioma ihjresjnngi machine engine the sheets of which crushed the nCe put pjf h is body Since that timfe stringe stories have been Jtway1jWbeni o pan seen by persops pass ngrjhlpng theroA lew nights age Henry EyerhartV of color wasnreandenng slowly 1y Clpomfield when ho hays be saw something 3umpsupanddpwn be fore his eyeand he kpew no more nor topped to h3okbSok Helast Ifis shoes anila pitco of niDglIHe ne er stepped4 until he reached Hogan alley Fair- eldcor in Kelson Sentinel L cc EVERY PAiRV MAD1 T OERi STYLES J6 0 pmCiNtSAYlNlt1 Old rj cG1- Jt tI M itt tte L u + tie wrItsg is fIoi jdQynbve1Nrl thin wu dy ti pobhcneaI t neaIi4i 1wrXt whe tJl fQrf tblrf iaianduf iy rNdr- OnI3rcsdway Dat 1t Old Market Eous stlfldt wa ofbIbrSchIIdp1 grndo0 llotseemed to be liappn t l1e hoie The lilibsedwj kinl o hip faiiIy and frovider whbatgiven to 4frecpiee spr then he wiircttobii erlIn10 hifrF haddrnkibgIwoduring greliedhborfrJelld f4fromt W stret r ner maktthreatsl1b 1 pnaeodbbHis ibhomet j tt of 4 roping tliuI1H1Te for a biis rest whe tile adiiitei1geuce WM bore lto Ibein of I killing of a husband fsthcr a i c thedrenjcftedl1all aoiDItheThe man WH IIOJawb- aQly wouaddaidk1ji frie borej him to biz tl refra6pcoauie uncoBscioas and where b roijphyiieiaQ 1bor4 bard savejthe ble illt mao from untimely diMtb The husband and ao f died i qn died aid warn burled 404 t fatherless cbi1driaweat btck the ild parent ropt rnbera kin thtDaadmisl wants a thus made thr atte r life a DJtp aiid happlDe9 A queer story In wbjch two fantis play the 1sdhi p comes lro F1emiigbjr story raps that 3aaiittell Hifandf John FiijieY brot4sl- aff4 who qup thtMS1ou- were each blciedwlWi bUc eyed baof oi rriring on si ces4iVe days Ttl e babies we as zpuch alike M two pea ai lor6urSbath she got tfacp tedt a neithertih parauts or the nun is able to tell whfeh III baby He pdrorbaby Fintej- Arrangements are being mj EifIethesrvpbeIng cb4fcli A transiltr Is ta placed DPOj Use pvlptl and who hasps teIphoaa In th homes caj listea to the song vicl and preaching f1Dd lit 7 I- IElRHUNEIIIQSH YOURCHOOEOF3QO TH EOT MOST STYLISH QaT SERVICEABLE ELEGATS mOBTMEIT I e b1 MlGL C1o1oii1rf GCii K4 nH8 0L ooi- REINACH ULMANJi C p M M B POULTRY FENCL c PiUntcil Jny 6 4Pitett Jstj2tSu tpa 4uui Reqgs tc top or bottoja raJ mnvtcrts MV cJ stvl rm 1 ibctt n rfuflMne orFiinid JI5g Fen Sted ri t A Gates ostR rtc Write forflarL kt aNIOK FIANCE CO IkKalb IUt l J tt F T11 WBLEADE J TT I= rTHf LORD 9LIFE Xsel glortoaa Lcrdof iiribt ay 1t tlf thmipb drth nt 4Y idt Iir1iwT Iit1 IJriC r Joa1i ij tit JrJ Jay nd Lht beJr t4fl ti ihtt ski IJrrcr Iit1Idy rt1 iloy tjfccwlsjtwv tliie Jorlhe imt tscln wl lo thy lat tt dlujt tpr Iotm3jOfl In3t 4cr Ifwoiout1i Icssca which the TFd us taught itw JpuraaL AH ERSTER SKETCH BY ELSJE REASQNER Xerxts wasrtlrMf Xerrcs wa hungry StrtufSiiig for a niotniut to rest he sat down oil th lower step of a bro ustjI frdqt Jt was n bright Easter morning and XcrJces despite his shabby attire 1ktIl tibfcnt him with keen appreciation Who was hi A vajr a Ibo a i dadbant 10u ailitit have called iti t hit accbrdfaiR to his own story a ken tlqpan cf limited Income and bncertain lity only 4poor devil who during KB youth bud 1 nown the finer thlugri df life but focrwhpm from the glass of Kijte tad been poured only disappointment jjct mlsrortnne Theioldstory ofron in dalgent fattier and n reckless improvl dent son of huslncis roverses and heavy tosses which worrljalJthfr old tuna Into Lls crave 6t Jthtf son now grown bhvsc nd jifofiicate baviiig no vocation to call lib t wU no cjierieuccs in this life snv those of a with wealth at his corn luand and Dofpmla lila favorite stamp Injf ground Njot much upon which to v l aso the fonndotlpu fpra practical live llUopd For years ho had drifted nlnilcss ly nround till falling talind his niche in kite he had nrf heesprcssed IL tried to JSill the nest easiest one and here on the lower stepof n prosperous looking iuansion n fashionable church on the corner opposite with the glorious sun Uglit of the jMffect Easter morning light ilug upjritU tinpltying accuracy every de j tail ufbis nlmbby attires we find Xerxes Rphtlcuian of leisure otherwise a rici1 0onu the ftop of the house nest door oXjrvrljclmlnjr hfm with thplr daintiness and their fresh yoans womanhood came f jo Rirls clnd la the fluttering laces and ribbius ILUt toiuake up the fin de 4iee ilpninlsullp They were Balking too ulr1ivstlj who drew t wju vouhAnr rms wrrn THR nopETnAT- WILL W JriVhti Uiile did Uity rralize that to the halt 4 tanred winl of tbvpoor fallow on the 4 ltvi Htrp liIj sITlit Of them was like a itrif of Kpriiii fillinir IIH heart with radi ani wuruith und the memory uf happier iJsno Ions l jok NelL wild nrie lilnshing and li ltiillK out u tiny liaud for inspection Mi jw Iovily anil 4rIIiient over a Kilst ninjf jeveItin the little finger Iniui Jnvfci A shy nod gave aissejit and as they nnsfw iu their snii youngToicea came kiiik to ufui iikf vW mtislc j Ami7 iiei bif n sweetheart he with ulch and gavb her a JK tim rvuieiulier that I kissed her r ttlebnnd when placed it on that night AK that nijsbt the sweetness of lit wiwn is the little ring now 4 wonder itidt Viv ia sheV d womnns vriiep floated nut to him Trout on upon window softly lumuirng the Xvlralq frpni that old sexpnade j night lidics Wee coins to re you So lorijsaRO murmured staring jth eyes that saw trot at thiS pavemeh njjteatli his fitao long asql sank 4 iiril bojieath her window once V TIw sweet strains of the closing an L f them floated ilehs tn like a benedie ttiin luvoluntnrllxjkf bowejl his head The Bsher threnviSpen thpxcoors of the eJlUreJt and the worshipers poured Into the Ktr eL As they hurried past they jelantswl at Xences sonic with cnrioMty wuie with pity some dlKdainfully All harPs and conditions of men ho mused ns they weithyoltJ meuv young men wlr Imptfrtnut youths and earnest stu dents mifchlevqus hays and Krandslres their dotage matrons mauls and spin 4sters nit giving n glance hut rarely one vf kindness fo the shabby figure on the Itncr itcp 5 5 I A deacon with unsmiling face and JlinctfiiibulQus Bijln went gravely on his reverend way benignly letting foil on our 1 tatterjHl friend aspperier glonte which i liromptcd him Ironically to quote Veri 4 l LnrU I thankjthie that I am not aa otbr men L Then a rntund little business man wliTim fanltless broadcloth and pomppus ilr bespoke jjie suecessfur Inancler stop Pined before Xirsca antI patronizingly ln qlridt AVhy Ipnt yon go where you belong Ic lay jsood tnnulP t4ltecninet I x better taiin and knew ctiuld profit fly e nrtiii ip of n good fcharHtable heartrd Cbrislian like you jj f t4 jfr gentle xnlcp made him turn and a feet laced od flcpman with silver hair cssed a coin into his hand cs she said arc lit nteu Liny poor fellow WIHj n take this with the hope that you may j tetter T rHeaven bless mu Jndy lie said us pXnc before tier mid bared lila head SfltarPMiCblcss jou always for n kindly jI1II to hiour neredowcU and for c1lIimg jof bis dear mother uiiiIY e Jf misty look In Jils eye and thrill pplnass In bi heart ou giIIi JJlcaa her he said If there iveret re Hka er th tow roman would ver hav f been iwrn 1 H ltothret Isyon tired And a radi- tt little vjsio with the bluest of eyes tho sunnIest tnagLt of Jing curls Vnttd rfticuict Inthfr roguish laugh ul n wWiW loj for everybody in tho fcct tfrttw fa ciinie Uying toward him vrvvs Almost l 0ld his lircatfe as the lit e fatnj held out loUlm uiii hefiflf How mauy fI 1e lint been so near will cared for bit 1mtl Jntr of tie nne was I vks tns very ginfl itg iyes read ut iVUifh alas e aiJuutt i zw a tyI-e a Didnt I tell you not to talk to strange rnen nHJ nfl irate mamma swooped down on the litU woman and gave her a rigorous shake Are yottnever going fo nind me miss Th6 blue eyes filled wlth lcara but she bravely nodded fare well anti tripped away ObP sighe4 Xtrsts with a yang in his hcarfhe JustbelsingwoWd ivhti cnlltHl the HtJJcibncs unto him whb salttt Yon must bepaw liki them would never have wounded n childish heart whin ithnd dont no wrong mid the fro grant flower from the tijjy hand and tIe silver coin mill tIn wltlietjd one were1 lanp chcriBhcarrcallijis the one touch of nature that jinakes us all akin iv a A Thespian of the old school crossed the street and sanuUrwl down the are nse His well wmn Prince Albe iilth shiny seams wns 7utttnnvd tightly up to his chin Histiilklmt was of antiquated pattern nnd Bhoyrd the traces pf many brnshings 1U wiro no stiffs hut swung a cantvJn one hand while the other vus thrust hitwwi the top hottouw of his coat About eyes were traceV uttWeinke and hls whole bearing btstfoke tltlsncwsarul Tifp Ja but n ploy after ahImnuqsl Xfraes tbnt bow wetlEcianible fur thtUftdios parts forgettIng tthmtti ricters muxflH played lyr rorae one How 3WItake up our cues and hinder better actors from playing their parts finccvmfulrjr anil when the curtaiti falls on the last act how hitter cotyis jtbereallzation that our part In the Iralna of life has niarrd what might have been a perfect parforta nice that the play would have Keen bet fer had wi ijovcir been cast Well coine nowTXerxtfi dont roll at Fdte This snt your cue toiuake a sceaeP 5 5 JlornUt Hurild Jurnl an Tribqne sounded n cheery voice and little Tad a newsboy lila ragged cap on the back of his head and a few unsold papers under his nrnr stepped jauntily around the car ner His clothes were poor and his hands were grimy but his face was blitlicT and his laUgh essence of happy good nature riv Vy hello Jyertle old boyl Wot you dolri LtreV Wntchln the swell peoples go home horn church Soy wot dyoa tinjc I met n rich blpte down de street wot glmise two tkkcts to n charity dinner down on de soutslue Votdyou t nk of him Wasnt he nil rigid Can yon heat hit Come on and we wdnt do a ting tq de spread oh no Jnst idemolisll if hatfnlir If we cat there today deyH have to feed de rest of the push tomor row Have acigarette Nip Sos wots de matter wid yon today XencieJ AInt- yonsquareivid de woridV qYesputting his attn about the boysWbqulders they strolled off tAtrpffinr toward doc Bont side nod the promised dinner I guest Im square Jeuough with the worldc for wouldnt phiinge places with any lman in It today Yes Ill take dinner with you Tad but next time it will be your 4urn becahRe you see Im getting tired of being utterly worthless sand to morrow well tomorrow Ini going tq loot fur work yTadtonlshment Occl he said Omaha Bee ghe Dnjr For Sprtnjqr RBjoIclnKjC Enster the world over nipana firstiof all the coming of light nod the going of darkness it means too bapplncs n holiday flowers springtime gladness this putting away of the old nnd the put tIny tiu of the new It means comfort confidemy rvjnicinjr the fulfillment of a promlsQ the death of old doubts and the birth of new certalntics Indeed it means soniany thins and so much that if any of risrcally understood theta nil life i Wtiiild never seem n bother or h bnfdejL any more We would nil bo beiteV men iiiwl women nm thp wijrld Itself would be Effinueb better a place in every Way that the kingdom of hoaven nf last Vvouldcer talnly be foimd among mortals And therp are so many ways of prhv Ing that these things about Easter are J so many n aijons to give for them you nrI mulgt easily spend nil our life in tattling of Hiothing else and still Iptve much to say to those who came after rSupposemeaning t f onft fact about Easter our own Avhnt n load of misery of dental misunderstanding rebellion wild ques tiouioKS and despair would disappear nIl at once oittof out way We celebrate Easter you know because on that day Christ who had beenVomcified rose again from the dead Now among people where the name of Christ was never known this seine tine of year was kept with celebrations and rejoicings to cam t mfemorote the idea of delivcrance the coming of light the esurrection of the flowers foal nIl green things which hrfd seemed to die with the darkness and cold t of winter months NfwYorty World1 Az4EnsterLIlyrXAn Efrter ntrbrth altar ratlsPure golden throated bent with tragttoco sweet Ute to an unstained itout Its petals pale blouoms for the altar nject elilld that tacit beside knee VTiltpcrinj a baby prsyer at Ester time t yrsr aso no longer here me Tboucli chime lilies bloom and Easter church beflit Judze ALL ABOUTHOT CROSS BUNS Just Who Wa ted Tbcih Will Probn lily Nevcr De Determined i Just how and riien the hot ijsn hup came Into vogue must remain forevior niatters of pure conjtcl iro There nre no less thin three absolutely authentic stoj rics of Its origin current today Of these the religious story quite probably be the one more generally believed and ice ognised The Roman Catholic church and the Episcopal vchurch declare that lp the ear ly days bf tie Romail Catholic church lf was n custom for those whowere strong and healthy tosend a little cake rnatked with the sign of the cross on Good Fri day to those of tlieir friends and relatives wlso had been unable by iHuess to attepit divJnctBiJryrce and witness the hibingof the bcftfc In the seventeenth and eighteenth con tunes thwe Hnlc cakes were regarded with both reverfuce and awe It was sup hdyInf they never did Bryftut the historian says that the hot cross linns originated with the1 Hpninus The word bun he Insists itdcried from the name of the sacred cake which the Itonmus offered every seventh day The story of Wcrops nnothpr legend of wag nanimity runs like this There was n timvJn Cccropsl career i when he thought It would be to the adJ vancemcntof hls general career to curry jusieitpoint nunt out of him Jupiter was rathyr undfrthe weather just thaw It wnsimfspringtime JtipiterTirfd fallen a tim to that tired reeling peculiar to the fecasbn j When Cecrops bard of this he hurried down to the kitchen of the palace seized a jsauccpau and the head cooks apron and procccdedto niike a cake Se decid ed mentally that t was to be a cake which should stand without a rival in the worlds annals of culinary art When it goldenUpiaHer nud cnrricii It to Jplter bimself The cake was not much to look at byCecrqpspltcr were marvelous in the extreme Ce cropshnd made cult a cqtalognp of the Ula and accidents which that cake could pie voql Only four of these powers of this original hot cross bun have come dunn the ages They are these This take wonj l never grow moldy it would wahl away wltchvs was a sure cure forstom acb nche anti would protect the boase from flrtNew York Sun J pinnae Tou IJotrel VH1i Cm rptit Oiiidz fMUnrUc eno conKtlpatTon foverpf In5 ItC tI 1aatdrggistsavtuan1zioay t I LOWERS OF EASTERI TNE UtV STILL CUEEN VIOLETS AN ibVlC IDS ALSO FAVORED r European tlo weir Garden Once Su prcTOC row nirnlcd In the Large Cities of America Evolution In Florlcnltnrc Consider the Hycs Qf the jleld They tojl nut neither do they fpln but I say cmo you that Solomon In all his glory wjts not arrayed like onu of these So the Bible in prictsc and inspired Inlguage tells us of the flower which Is jtupyeuoustvitJe our ideas of Eastcrtlde be Iava1y iiAxk which final2its way- at this season into nil drawing rooms clonhii and even Into the humblest room Where a token of inspiration ixud a neiiv life disffed These lilies certainly deserve all the prlaise they ret but the people who grow thjeiti nail buy them and care to have thJLuj nbffut as a renilnderof Easter and b resitrrcction have to toll and spits a uijeat death frhe drnmnd forEnster lilies has grows o such an extent that flit propagation of trsi lovely spring lowers has become n lucrutlve bustuesss to hundreds of green men and growers The lily bulb TTiurishps Jest in BeiTnuda in narrow pqtchcs often alongside ot the whole soime but unsuidlable onioh and the use J TOK LILY fui b tt homely potato Thel bulbs are shipped to nil the large cities In great during the autumn and winter nd placed in greenhouses to be develop ed into the lovely plant which has be izne symbolical of BiJster The soil and cjftiate of Bermuda are ivnitli adapted to1ie growth of the lily Our florists have had all kinds of idea of growing this flower in California Georgia and Florida but with leo great results as yet The lily like many other of the most beautiful lowers improves on its Stern by age Not until thesVeond Is it now thought advisable ship from Bermuda to the United States Many growers prefer to wait Un til the fourth year when the bulb is hearty and strong enough to produce beautiful flowers even with careless treatment As to the number of these bulbs now produced In Bermuda and shipped to the Qpited States for Easter purposes It is said that between lOOOOr 000 and irj bulbs were sent here last year Whether it has been possible to pro v5derfiiuh a jirge number of bulbs this KeasUn depends entirely upon the condi tion of liIJ fieMs in Bermuda durittg the last year The Florfsts club of New York hnjs 1Yt1 and ovgr again asserted that cutting the leaf bearing stein im pairs the vigor of the flower bearing bulb and tInts lessens Its value The expert euro of growers has been that the proc tice of cuttitig the lily flbwers with long stems and shipping them tends to weaken the bnltji Flowers tItus cut are pf no substantial value or beauty for more thou n dny or two and the bulb ts ruined Last year a combinatfonof BprnuTdh lily growers was formed for the purpose of this threatened destruction of Jily trade which met with unqualified approval ofReputable dealers in the Unit States who lied gone far as ta have an effort tactIc to introduce a resolution into Congress prohibiting the importation of lilv bulbs trout Bermuda unless gunran thud to beAju n perfectly healthy coudi ton The committee of the Florist ebb to Which this matter was referred express ed an opinion at thetime ater onanlta Ion wlth nIl the lify growers in this country that It would be Impossible to ask for government redress which would naturally work its own course out In hem The hnrrisil lillea continue to be the fa vorltts this year Pieir only ival is theL ilbnKIlorum bull the nos growers1 ofthe lily in Bermuda IDtlcrlowerpared with the liftrristihair rather de twixd growersi train exporting it tp this country It may be taken for granted therefore that the great majority of Eas ter lilies niwwn andTjougbttb be enjoyed today are pf the kind known as linrrisli Easter however art not the only flowers of EKstertide A look through a professional jof amateur greenhouse or our lovely fliwer stalls for the last few weeks has ijevealeii a great wealth of azaleas growing In profusion under the tall apdjstately lily The lily must reach n certain height of Us own to become beautiful hut the azalea spreads out its wealth of blossoms in n round and euro pact form the clever grower entices his lilies up into the air while he per suodeg the azaleas to opread theirbeauty joilt under their companions These though tire but few of the flowers used in comntf inoratjou of the awakening of new life innd beauty after dreary pe syialballcfresh one cannot deny thd fragrance and beauty of the rose violet hydrangea gencBtrt and HlhcJ which are always 1croviIrorSucft ntnnltitnde Pf lovely flowers kept batk and vvithlield in the greenhouse for general presentation at Easter time has now convertrtl out thoroughfare into Iveritable bowers of blossoms The flower gardens of Paris Londpn and Berlin have been extolled as soinethingquito be yond the possibllitlts of a newly settled country like this set year by year we hJvp been nssimilntruc oil thi best ideas i of floriculture to bo obtained in the apreadInganal delighted public only too willing to Itijr ScSected s Walkers Tonic ia the link that picks1 up tho vital forco of nan In his run down Rlnib anti blade him to health a strength by rocnpomtlng tho Drain ICK ulatlnK tho action of the ilcart and nourishing th6 Ncrvcuis System Good old Granny MetcalfQjpf Konl i lucky S years old soys that Dr tiollM PineTarIfoiieyis the best grIp euro cough lung anti branchial remedy that laos been oflbred to tho people dqrini her lIfe aoldever wloro In almojt qvory nolghborhood thcro sqtno one whoso Jifo has been say xl by Chain horiatres Colic CIbolora and plar rhoea Remeby or wko Was been cored of chrrttilc diarrfoea by the ascot Slant fncdjj I iclnoj buch pqrBpns inalce a point oftel o1Ter1In of it witenevor opportunIty Iippinaptbut it may ho the means of saY InRffthor lit ea For ua Iy ITnydoh t Uoborlsop druggists aoroBao for fntif Cents Gifcraafx lobaco bald cure oalicj rctk caiKcsbjiu ourc 036t Aildruejesi j nd IASSOVER AND EASTER The Variation OpMTeen the Jetvln and the Cbrlatlan Keatlvml Slit Uie events of holy week and tU rosen ttlti took plan liiriug the Jewit pas it It seems strange that the brath n In thi synagognes aiud in Chri titan r larehiv thiujd not always be attlr same time Theicjcplaiuilicin Is that th JowLs caiendiir which thugs from thi creati unf the world Is ngJlattd by th rabbi Their ystemiiabaMjl on the u flaIr iiouth wliteh js often nearly tjr duy shorter than the uio th of hi Chris inn jjeiiiar Corr t tionsf afi mnle but ii trail ut n day such us Is iii lijai year in inJrr mautbis ntXfld ti that sorni Lhwkli yiars consist of 13 mouths As Ejtatrr uhvays falls mi the first Sun tiny following the full moon next nf tor March 21 this additional mouth In ciy tameatrs cnnsiVs ra variation hetwecn thi passovcr and the Christian festival Selected An Canter Luncheon AH sorts of funny looking birds an anlmnls ns well ns clucks anti liens are pressed into sirvice ns candy receptacles and thso are particularly pretty for din rer favors where there are children pres cut A pretty fancy Is an egg of pure white candy rcstinjrin a nest of spites taffy A decidedly nosy idea is that of placing at evtor corner n basket made of candied rosejeaves filled with tiny sweets in sharfe or some pretty design As to bon buns the mo t FPasonabie odes nr cream ed strawberries each of which Is packed hi a little luted paper shell and so makes a pretty Juudioon sweet For the tiny tots noticIng takes the plnceof the soul satisfying Easter egg bt chocolate or vanilla candy and if it 1p further embellishinl with the youthful owners name trnewl lu hjtters of white sugar Ciucjnnnti Euquhir AN EASTER GOWN OFCOU ORS GAY What ihaH weirr 1t111myniul to ame Tb crar this ter time VvheaI leap to meet the tare spring Atedmy pulse throb In rliyroerl Then she opened an Inner doqr showed banging there gems the worn the year be ilsany to wearf Tbcto are too dark for lbs bappy tprinif Which cornel to the world and me This one of jraj made gloom The winter brought to thee ThIs one blick Iamade crlef frith a border derpair this with doubrahd fear groucd grayest care 1f of these iliall wear apaln Let them hsnttn the background there dayTo7 Jlake for me an Caster gown 4 colors gay Which shell hanrpnlz with the outer world And banlih alf the gray ae groundwork white of a triple thread patience and tape and trust With golden tlnzc srrfhlty And iiymptthy broad anil jiuC Stripe Ittljen with iln raltb The own rotor next wftfrthe heart bloods glowing red AltruIstic color true Tjicn bind Jt around elate and f tith pirdle of loves gold Put the shoes of peace on my dancing feet Ixt charitys cape Jnfold Ticri crown ray with a garland fair thrnecforth will Sing electors within must ADiushterOf the Brooklyn Eagle The TruV Ideal of Nc pp f Education Hampton aoes not intend to make a white man out of the ne gro biit it aim rather is to Ij lpest him b hiupelf iu the very aeyise Tbe socalled educated I hegra is som ttimes a pathetic special jn bl tnhappiness andI discontent J3ut the educated young negro Xf tbp Hampton type is more Mther than lass of a negro than ever He loves his rack v and wantKnothhg bet ter tban the splendid chance he finds tc day in the United SttUes to works with aud for trc people- He ssees the true drift of things and declines either to bede sponder ijt or defiant While ni mutsei that tan people of his race ha1 e to undergo some hard ships ar d some injustice he also sees th it the white people ofI the Soiitiaroin tho main the negrbs friends and wellwishers and he is taught at Hampteix 1 that sii ca the war the white people qf the South have voluntarily paid out in taxes for the supportof negfo sthiols seme thing like 60000 000 It is the concern of the Hampton negro and these whom he represents to see that the colored teachers rare provided who shall know exactly how to secure good ra sultsrf rom the money that con Itinups thus to be expended Prorri Learning by Ding at Hampton by Albert Shaw in the American Montuly Review of Reviews for April fEEE QiT CHARQE Any adults sbfferfng from a cold settled on the breast bran cbitis throat or ung troub e of any nature who will call at Hay don RobertsonsWill be pro sented with a sample bottle of Boschces German Syrup free of charge Only one bottle given I to one person andunone to chil drerj without crder from parents No throat or lungremedy over had jsuch a sale as Boschees Ger rrran Syrup in all parts of the civil z d world Twenty years ago millions of botiles were given utxrn niit your druggists will tell you Us success wa nJttrvol pus 1 isjreally tbe only Throt arid Lung Re Jiedy generally en dorsad by pbysicjans Ono 75 c nt bottle will cure or prove lup vaurt Sold by dealers in alll ivilz countries SPRING HATS What th Worth ot Fashion Wlt VVesr Eamter Sunday That flpjvers are to prevail In hat trim ming Is assured Some Paris models areS made wholly of the smaller blossoms A Spanish turban for instance Is nil of violets with the stems drawn over the brim to form a facing The crown is of violet leaves with a drapery of lace around it Tho brim la wide in front and narrow at tho back Ostrich plnmcs are used In combination with flowers of the larger varieties A tint HAT OF toque of white tulle with crown of creamy Irish lace has lace1 of the spmo cnuhitbackpurple panne velvet huld by a rhiuestoue ornament From under this knot a sin gIn white ostrich plume sweeps over the left side of the crown to the back Under the brim at the right near the back Is a clusterof crushed velvet roses In dahlia shades Apcet y hat Just from Paris is of white tulle tucked and whirred qn the tow crovn and draped inROft tallness on the brim which is wide in front A lanje rosette of pare pink miroir velvet combin ed with white tulle is mounted wbre brim and frown meet in front This is n reception bonnet accompanying a silver grayKiloth gown with trimming of white cut cloths over pastel pink miroir ivel vet ThpKiLiaUiHl pasterttints retain their popularity lint ore mingled with richer brighter tbpi s Kor instance the new straws will bo generally of the pastel shades and the trimming will combine the same with brighter hues A novel feature is the use of two or more shades of straw mixed with ptaJn fabrics of bar monious tones with flowers ribbons and tulle to complete the delicate chord of color Ribbons by thewny ore used ex tensively mostly extremely wide and of Softest taffeta tiowsshould be made of at least three shades A good effect is obtained by laying the strips hi plaits AS with the edges turned over t icn tyrhg llivm together In one largQ b w after ward drawing thorn apart Tl e bow Is put at the side and flowers arc arranged below It Green is a fashionable color tils spring nnd charming springlike cffecii art cre ntedby using its varying tona Even hats are made of preen straw Other fashionable colors say nrtsinn milliuerf are a pak old blue cal edCorut ru xild fashioned lavender rcyhrd as De Nenvllle a deep straw annie Itoybcl and a bluet lighter than the regulation color Selected THE LEGEND OFTHE EASIER EGGS dthjdnl bells with their hoPes lan aucaOverTlitlr Easter music with joyous roar Till the roaring notes to the sun nwh lied he swIngs aloft in his path KOli Dearest papa tays ray boy to me he merrily climbs hisfattiersAneej hy ire that you seembold Colored Cnelr wiil blue and cpldt fwhat tile beautiful bird that laj Such beautiful eggs on Easter dajtt shine the April skles eycAndnaysotell him the tilt the Kaitcretftfs- Toolbare heard my children of Out died with keen thorns sad cratIOvd Joseph the wealthy Cod reward cared for the ol the martyred Lard piously It Within tberpck the tales with a mighty block close the cite fair tree grew With pendulous leaves and blue deep in the green trees shadow breast bcautlfpl singIng bird sat her Which bordered with moses title pulschlte held four cgcs ivory white the bird from dim recess the n his burIal dress lookid pn licavcnlr pale the dear feet pierced with the croe nail Her heart nigh broke with sudden out of the depth of sorrow she night mug till tbe mom wss up She ut and sang her wreathed rap song of sorrow as wild and shrill the homeless wind It roams the bill full of tears luud and long Tiia the getef of the world t sonj there came through the weeping nlcKt cHromtrrlng ngerc1othedtn white he rolled Uir atone front the tomb away liere the the earth and heaven la Christ aro the caverns gloom In Hring luitrr came from the tomK tne bird that ut the heart ofthe tree thretlottUl mrter tweetldeiightAndiongontheiobbnglntgbtNotes Ttejj shoot to hiaven like sparks Brt Whrn the clltterlhg white thed aiigel heard sorrowing song of the grfirvtqs bird heard the fallowing chant mirth That tolled Christ risen the rarthl tald brJ be fpref er Wrst j Thyself thy eggs and thy nest ever my chlidpinre that beised night death boweddown to list Ixirdof Light eggs of that t bird changed theIr with red and gold and blue Keralndln mankind their simple tt the holy marvel Easter day Selected Toaccdnimodato tliosb who ned partIal to the no of atomizers In applying jq iidilrito nasal passages toy ca nrrha troubles the proprietors propnrp Cream Balm in liquid form wlico will bo known as Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price irtcludlnf tim spravmg tube la 75 cst pruBKlstsor by maul The liquid foriii embodies the medicinal properties of the solid preparation Ureanf Balm Is qSilekly absorbed bv the membrane and does npt flry up tho secretions bnt changes them to n natuVal andhcaltiir character Ely Brothers 50 Warron Sit1 Now York N Y If troubled with rheumatism ivpCham bcrlalns Pain Balm o trial It wll not cost youia coat If it does no good Oneap plication will relieve iho pain It also cures sprain and bruises in onethird the time required by ani other treatment Cuts burns frostbites qnlnsv pains in tho able aud ckost grantiniar and other swell lags nra quickly cured by applying it Every bottle Warranted Price 25 anc Il tj Ilaydon Robaifisoa ANOYELDEPAETUEE J EVERY S1Z5 EGG EASTER SUN DAY CELEBRATIONS A Simple Heaaa of Making Tb mK iSmall or aa Lariftf n You Pleame Sweet Easter Esgi iCboeolate Rooatera aad Candy Rabbit To vary thejnpnotony of the time hon ored Easter eggs dyed red green and blue and all pllpdktogether la gaudy at ray here Is a suggestion which a mother or a Lig sister nlay tallow to the ielight the smaller persons in the family The hens tins co4e to be Such a l c mmon affplr that eyes cookbooks Use dchlghtullergs to the Easter collection This of otnse Is out of the qutstlon ai sncht p tune of yeaf The only way to vary the size of an egg is to take it out of the shell This done you an make U as small as please 3he yolks and white must be s pa rated for tIlls process of making ar tilciul birds eggs Then one needs a number of tiny cotton or flannejubagii the ijtalUst no larger than the yolk of n birds egg nod the others growing larger u itir they reach nearly the she of abena ejjg These arefor4he yolk anij Into etch dropped enough of the yok of the original hiu5segg to fillit All the bags lntqboilingwhites ore then put Injo bags correspond ingly larger than those which hold the yolks and Into each Is put the tfny yolk iylilch belongs to Ifaf pr Its removal f pm thebag in whicjg if was boiled The Rhart done they will represent nil sizes of jjeggs from a tiny canarys egg to that of a Big old hep They maynot be oval ip shape bm even round or poorly formed ones wlll ddight the children trans pure novelty Those who understand making French candy m y make a deligbeful collectIon 3isRUcieQTiikbwiter Boil together till It hairs and jset out to cool Then wash ypur bands thoroughly and work the strap until it becomes white and soft This jwill keep almost indefinitely but it labaiter when fresh b For the yolk of an egg ute grated lemon rind working it Into the fondant With thedfingers Then cover this with wTilte and smooth It down Into an oval shape and there you hart the Urst candy egg Tof make n brown egg melt some choco yInfnspeckled birds eggs may be made by sprinkling a little spice on the outside ofaa tinjr white egg These also tooy be groalnateti In sitat like the real eggs first d weril ed and they are much less trouble y Th e benntles of the chocolate Easter egginny be greatly gnliancediy the adfdjtfon of decoration done in wJiite aftef- such patterns an the imagination cansugfgest anti the ingenuity execute may be lone with ordinary cake frosting but thei white fondant te best Some of thtce in the stores have hens and little chtpkensridone in white over the choco lijter ItcbbitM art not hard to imitate beichose their Jong sags po a great tvay In producing the general effect landr If the rest recognizable Is not perfect at the attempt IsQne pf the great flttractlons of the Easter courier is a monstrous cbocoTate rooster which it would take weeks even for the boarding school girl to eat It is more than elite size and sells that Is if anybody buys him for the enormous price f15Denver News 1 Great Sale of Cattle One of the greslcst saea of cattle ever iheld in the United States was thtttpeldbT Wallace j Estill a former Madison county man bu now of Estljl Mp He was cd lug Out bs liirge cattle breeding farm and offered for sale72 head of Aberdeen Angufr t cattle which ipugbt an average of 59730 per head The high est price pail for a female was 2800 and thefhighest fcf a matp 2100 At hisa1e O G CalJJi ban of 0 elena Ky piaid20d6 for a cow Blackbfrd of IfVopd land 4th J9526 She was ahPcti In 18931 her si ro lIng Royal Eric Qn the 5jarqld cOw Lucia Esiill the hlhest Driced animal he bid 7w Mr Cal laban purchased the fc llowmg at prices named Queer ofEstill 3d 400 Queen of Eilil2d 5400 Heroine of Estill jllth 200r Franklin Hecpine 50 TJuchess of Estill 500 NadinTa of Lake side J375 V What Two thls Will Dov- It will bring rel6f to sufferers from asthma or consumption even thq worotVaseal Thlf la a out want one dose of Foleys Honey ind Tar costs Isntjjt worth atrlalEiTBkQ no sub BtUuqe Haydonj Robertson IOJd Lanmak Gofle The oldest fltiuring mum Mer cer county and cfee of the oldest in the state was burned Tues day Qffht Itj was the old Mc Coun Kennedy milL on Sal river a mile land a fbalf west f Saivisa wbii5 was fcre tiedoyr buridred vears ago by Major Sam fcMcCoun grandfather ol Me James HMatheny of this place For several years it has been owned and conducted by Mr Ed G U We were tfo abl e 6 earn the origin qf the fire thirty ihousrjod pounds of flour Was consumed WIth tbe mill and the total loss WIll agrgalo over five j with about twenlytive hundred Insurance Htarrpdsbu rg DempQrlat rlmiet TIsrObblui ucaacsc Would quickly leave you it you used Dr JKitfga Nev Lifo Pills rjiousanda f BufFerera hryo proved their inatehresstuerit or sick and nervous headaches Lucy make mirn Ivliihd and nrronchprvfis anti build jup your hojrtli Easy to take Try them QnJ f25 cents Money brick if not cured Sold by j llayioh A RobcrtFon d uggists ft Clark Chatincey Oa aj s PeWltt tWItch Unset Salve cureil of piles tIeatsaaafflldted him for twenty years It laalso a spoody qure for skin diseases S Tlownro of dangeroOs corntirfelts WJod Mltnsatt d ho DEiNy AEDGJV35P TAZPrcsdent VIcePresIdeif Seoy and Tress EeaeubIMal a 18t1iDISTRIBUJ4j a QFT3E H Cal P tfiv27 1900 COUPON FUND IL3lPAID Ot1 Uiis Coupoua Oftbcelled by J A EDQBJ f I wP IARLSU CANON BRANCH A DBAMS Ilaiier OUROR0WTH 04 aid iCertlrtcate Holders 16 44atal8J8 November 18US i 5114 iiDecember 1B08 h iI Ii ii ii JainryiS N rbrukry1SIMMcb 1899 4Lti April 1809 D P4Il9y auJu1y isasii if it Agiet 1899 jsui Wiiii October 18W at ti NI aNovoniberl85 40Z 16 iaSDceberlIJanuary eisFebruary 19CC i iUi7Z 74 HAMf Amt Pj ii t Miss Carrie BJohnWa 30 9 lstCeaia ftec4 IrsRoseQohnsan l so 4Sw H Rubel S 60 St 80 V G Matson 150 4 STNesbjtF 90 2 70 Marina Kathzirrie K 6t 30 PMeycrs 1 50 5i JoeProctor JCiottH Edeicie 4 50 Mrs siettie kXitctt o 2 7 JoanRubeL lso 4 sir J MKnott 3 03 90Mrs Jessie yarimcte P Harcourt 1 4 5w w Iubi1 1 so 4 OIda B Fa lkuer 1 4 5 MrsKathcrmne Rube 0 180 Jane AdamsLw WLitsay L 1 50 3OO R 1 Greenj i 30oso 4W WHPurd C CarroiI5 60 1 8th Jane Iluclianaii 1 so 4 s 30 90 Burch Buchanan 018T Conway l 20 3fio 5 IV Mills 90 2 7R Caskcy 90 2 70 J M Rains 1 50 4Say E Smith 30 H Murray 50 4 Sccelia Harcourt 30 iRI Kcsbttti I 0 45JosWrfvineu 1 50 4 50 W T Hawkinp 1 5O4McKehna 90 WH Evana 1 20 2OMcsEflpottai4s012O3- 3 oy 0 THeLe inglon Investment taasyLive Insurance Companies large sums ter thcIcwof wsieWe nsdkLife i cte secure it sltoeld do cc We du not thtLifensuranceWcpayou g Bhtiheypay your heirs Ill life insurance you lake the sarnndmoney Lexington IirvcstiecitCompany you take tie contract pay thsspremiumawe kill thecontract act4on getth maneyr Statistics show thtt life insurance companies since their formation Jtwo doUarordollarsorV The LcxingtonInvestinent Co isan imjnoveenent over all other plan olInvestment Cpa 1 Bcanse t payd more money i t Becaue after the third f the member is e1gib1e to reoy a hnctanie whifch increa esliis payments in the meantime decreasing niatiEthecertificate is killed v 3 Becguse it redc4ms ftscoupons in a regular consecutlyc orderan hasnoo alied isposibIe4 Because after three cars if the certificate is not killed the hold r EZVbtain a paidup cattigcaand ceasepaying on same his remaining cospans being redeemed ithereafter in their regular order Our LifensureneitrlipJOHN Y plAEiS JOHN AcIj M1E8 SIMMS1ID i UlldrtakOrSFllFllhtllFOOC1OTSj p Carry a- nitnre full 1ineo1fin Fur4 Bedroom Suits find iiockiiig Cliairs Carpets and Picture Frames i M Our UndertakiDg Deparftiient v Is complete in every d tml Coffins Caskets and Btafp Roles a1vys on hand fCall 1 P answered promptlyi 1 Uiain St Spripgfleld- KUREALSTATE AONC JOHNIUMGbROT ai AB1 g wirro spmNoFIELDrKy We deal In farms and have listed with w a 1ihot gJ HM ki Wnti i county at prices tc suit U In need aajtUVs IB Mr NM iT M a s r ifyou oaviB properdy lor me w ia y JUd a jMMrehMtf foe yMu v e T E PHRROTTJDE7tL6RIM HARNSSANDSADbLERY HAND MADE HARNESS R pa1ru nesdy doi itSimtnPractic Fazness Mk Shoe Shop ii cc ictk la H ii Si Kdkt Botel chrgfJacklez r5 BunnIi tore bOlr led eta qsiok1 otsd by 1u aviC the mcili e lrteaiv ii the vporia No other jart Ls good1 Iay- piiR0berteon I h MMtbs ws4ts US S da ball Its psepion oUim Jtrlfc wilicure edp4tMIIOI otHarteur Voi Id not give one do f of Itfcrtkrec of BUck auht Cr fix of Zcitifls I TII p DR J M BURTON RESIDENT DENTIST rUTH EXTRACTED tftn1 WITHOUT PAIN oineHpu I Sk vp r- 1148PRINF1LDJ1i Icy- Aut t 1 Dsatsi Work Strictly Fitstcla iii it BpCJSIE1i1 py5ICIAMAHDtJIION 4 OFflC iioUzsi to 1OL Jt a d7 to 81Jt n 1 WFiOE AT RE3IDEN01 IUB RH H0ID t1 1 DEHTIST- b 1 bmczpxaLRT RV1LDI3L yiet1y kebsL 3 3Rinicirnthrr II H IMPTN 0 JlJlItr OF Irtoia lr G X Ul tce e- c 7il J F RI EHl1RT i rMPLtIIGFILtDT ITpir att Cooper Mtdkal Col 1 iJ nJFll i covCal Will it kliboutAprilst DIoa OIAYQPIOFT h ENrISrrvr liNop h IPKHIFFIJILD KY t- m b3 at JItiHoarck wy Tuwday Ltd t5Mk1 sYSCyYli41PC YFIUIKlnKuJ a ATTONATtAW- rF WJtk cclcd W70 LAVROOKE F Jel at a1 flf sL iUMoa given te tte col f toUatZOCOtta w W 0 Mc hodle IBPRINGPIBLD KY i by r WBRINEHART ATf RNEYATLAWn 1d eeopes PRflOFIJbD XY jr EO C LAWENQEm VTE9INYURE9NSa tlR9 iSeari experiencer jChargei reasonable iinJ J Offic over E M Russells J Jwely Store 506m f J th llsfor fi i I Ir Wagon n TBY I ff 8 CLEMENTS tf Hwdtwirt rt at Cottons UnderJtitktngawl Perniture Store u I ders te Mtilfy the mblto ttatl ftM p4epLrektoo lkitds of 1I1II18g lpeei1MMatIoa give to delivering taiks td wonnc MaHHW gooda T Ts1pee No 17 or lleave orden 114 t 8 K OLBMENTS 1ttt1t1t1ta gG1RUarm n- j i jt THE tJVERYMAN I 5Hai oa v Maiid for the IUJnDeri HMoIit BEST rigs in J town Fast and safe horses i f zth reliable driyers I 4 I EPtOtLATTENTION I kivea to coaimercial men 5 l If iJ = flMAINSTRT = iaPRUflLtD Cv fit taJtTc lI a j l LthckyNurery Co t r Ajbe ebi siid nfj of Kijirjr from Gardiuv Bru ftf iKMiiiMicy X vrttrj Goifi pan y f AltW ah under iwooUw ttrm M J will oontjnoe to mca UMutiMibesc as heretofore Wi bktbs pUok rwy MMh mjJ IOU t1tf trade 1zGaouciMgr Ctyursry Co- Piatyille N lfOOcIC1 MM IMfI EIE4i I ABOUT TOWN 1 M fl IH J 3 d Nice s ed potatoes 75c A bush lat the Blue Grass Grocery I Mve for sate ttp number on g foodnilch cows V A B WALKEB Ifor good sound seed corn call on Thompson Lake They hvet4e best rte 1i drangesi bananas and alf kinds of fruit cheap at Blue- Grass Grocery aYoucn save from Jp to 20 per c nton your groceries at the Blue Grass Grocery v We pay the highs marjket price for produce of all kinds at the BluejSrass Grocery if you wanl err hsmellaw and palatable try T B Ripy Anderson Co at J F Greens EighyearoldJackathe IOU County whisky I at J P GreenS 15 2t If you need a plow foryour sprint work cal on Thompson fc Lake and buy thegenuine Oliver fox prompt service and tjr8t class work take your laundry to Walter Lecl1m12t Take your laundry to Walter Leachman None better Try t and teconvtced 1StI t Domastfpi o glass finish can be adby1 taking your laundry to Le cbftjan 8tZJ This pffice is preparedto print oise and jack bills oil short no tice and at asnl1bJePric s Thompson Like keep plow points and repairsfor the Oliver hilled plow When you need Iis anything in that line give them call e Thompson Lake pave jjust eceivecj two carloads of buggies All styles and prices to suit the parcbaser Gall and make a se lection Mrs Btickman wife of Mr JohnBuckman a well known fare mer of the county died suddenly t her lioaie about throe miles fro toWnTuesday nieht Sheaves a large family of children Marriage licenses were issued County Clerk W F Booker this week to George Grigsby I nd MISS Gracy Williams and to JVDouglass Berry Shewmak a young an of the Mackville neighbor hood this county whqenlisted a year ago and went with troops to the Philippines came yesterday Young Shew maker was wounded in the foot by an insurgent bullet and was sent back to San Francisco where he lajrfor two months in the hospital Her many friends at this place will be glad to hear that Miss Sue Ray is gaining honors iin lass at Georgetown herl J the has been elected June fttheaddress at the commencement in une anl honor which corre ponds with he valedictory in other colleges She has also J been chosen to deliver the de- lplo nalt to the graduates Mr C F Jkfsley and Miss Celia A Miriton were quietly married at the home of the bride on last Thursday Rev E E Lewis officiating The wedding was a ve y quiet aifajr only ai few friends and xelatives being present Mr Bosley was Washington countys representative in the last Kentucky legislature and the bride ISa daughter of the late N W liiihton and is a young woman who has many friends We extend congratu lations The sale of Stock at theMin ton farm oh Pleasant Run last Tuesday was largely attended and the biadirijJively some ex cetfent sales being made One half j hackney gelding sold for 205f one 4yearoldl mare 18i46O another mareWi0250 one feay work horse 7K MUch cpwa sold from 25 to145 tfal bud calves at f10 to 25 Mule sold well and in fact all Kve stock brought god pricesand scemed be in good demanaJ fiforSaI Silver Jaoed Wyandots 1 00 White Plymouth Rofeksfl 00 SI C B IJeghoros f6w peulOO front yard5c jrsetting Masi L LiTSiCY 14 2 w ISPTirlKAlc k it The remains of Mrs Susan Warren who died in Louisville on Sunday last of pueumcjttia ere1iTuesday Warren of Fred erlckstown lbist county who accidentally kslled himself at this place several years ago Mr Warren had stopped all tight in Springfield and had taken a room In the Derry Hotel During the night lie walked out of a second story window onto the veranda and from there off falling to the pavement below receiving injuries from which lie died It was supposed that he had beenr walking in his sleep f AiibbuJi three oclock on Sun day morning Iast4he town was aroused by the alarm of Sreanj it was discovered that the stable in the alley and on the rear of j the lot pcciipied by Mr J A Shades grocery was inflames The old structure wa dryani burrfed rapiilly sending flames on high and Iparks flying inf every direction Owing to the stablesproximitythotherframebuildings B that the con agration was I cheesed but fortunately there lithe was no wind and the bucket a brigade succeeded ingpreventing the flames from spr ding The u stable was a itotdl loss It isw said that the tire was caused byII crowd of negroes who had congregated in the stable to shpPt craps1 and had left some sparks in it from their pipesS The restive game of craps by B tHe away appears to be one of the industrieW of the town thal Allowed tc flourish and grow R nmolested by any interference Las f worthy guardians of the lilww mlhto adly let only that fires may bas quenched but that the hose may be turned on the gangs of crap shooters who congregate in the alleys and emptyt stables of t eJJ town l Fully Organized p A meeting of the stockhom ers of the SpririgGeld Waterand Light Co was held at the CoUit House on Monday night and ihe company was fully organized The articles of incorporation were read approved and bal lots were taken fpr the election f directors which resulted int1 the following gentlemen being nainec1ohnW Lewis Wo McChord G L Haydon JVC McElroy and J A Boulware The directors got together on Tuesday and elected GL Kay don president and J McElroy secretary of the company Mrfr Rice has submitted plans and specifications for the water works system which the directors will give due attention The plans for the electric light plant have ttot been submitted but Mr Rice and a practical electrical tbeciIand so forth Republican Co 1itfeee At a meeting of ChRepubhiC can County Committee held inp Springfield ky on March 26tn 1900 it was ordered that th6 committeemen in their respect districts hold convention on Saturday April 21st 1900 to elect a committeeman for the en- gsuing four Tears and that he report at Sprthgfleldiv the fol lowing Monday county court F day so that said cOmmittee can organize and preparo for busi E ness WANTED 75000 A pounds wool Will pay H highest cash price Sacks free MbCHORD ROBERTSON JI Carson Piothonotary Washing 1tonDyspepsia CurV ahpxcellbnt remedy In ease of stomach trouble and have do ryod great benefit from Its use It di gests what you eat and con not fall to cure4 L t Aj oR yBass of Mprgantpwn Ind bad target up ton or telve times in the night and had severe baobacno sanbjrpleylkjlidney Cure Its guaran ed Removal j Having removed toy stock of j siddles and harness two doors below toy old stand and next to J my bviigy house 1 will carry a full rfnd complete stock ofevery think in the harness line Have on hand now thelargest sjbqcic lttt btiggiec harness and saddles ever brought to Springfield and ray prices are right 2t S M KARRICK il jf PE R O m lA- b f Mr Jdhnifcchbte of Daayilir re Monday M A 0 McElroy was In LomUtiijf one day last Week Charles Terhnne isIn BardI liw this w ek on businesef V Miss Ions Adamaof Indiaaapolis is visiting relatives herO Miss Margaret Leachman has returned from a visit to Louisville Mrs W W Ray has returned from iyiiitta her daughter at Georgetown KrsPO Cleaver and daughter Misa Nora wore in Loulsviilo last week Jim McLanghUnj who has been attending schoolI at Lesingtpn is at home Mesara Clarence Bowman ard Chester Phillips bf Lebanon were hero Sunday Meiwrs Kit Ohinn and W 0For sythe of Harrodsburg vas in town Tuesdaylj Mr aIVMra Handy of Texas ate heratnp visit to tbf faniily of Mr Sidney Green John F Kelly has returned Loniivil eiyhcrehe has bcen attend- ng med cat college Miss Esther BonlWareis tifrom her school Georgetown for a visit to her parents i MrEd Mattingly and Miss Angela g9OstaolM1es Mrs O D Millewan calledl to randenbnrg Jast week tosce her jffather Mr Bryant wbos very sick Miss Zanle ttcElpoy will entertain 7young folks at the homey fr Mr nd Mrs H Thnjrmanj on Friday 1Tvening J RevwF Rogerp as hero Saturday OfBardstwu iled hlsregulu dhrifiti nChnrch Sunday tlMisaesU81areenand spent the day with Miss U1lttJ eb caCotton nt FMNealo arrived hero Monday Graces Jtfew Mexico where they aboot 18 months ago The cli ate did notl rove of as much benefit Charlies health aa was Hoped fQr bi SlNethem h Highest Price for Wool VfjLNTfcD 50000 pOundnivoola We willl pay the highest cash lriceGUN ING1LM 4 DUNCAN S WILLISBURG H 4FrpmT Our ItoKular Correspondent Ed Bulherlajid has returned i from LonlvJUeI A L Baxter is in Cincinnatii his week V iiS W T Bradshaw ofHarroas burg was here Sunday ML Searcy is Inl Lawrence burg this week 3 Dr W W Hyatt is iin Ander J j son county this weok M iSS Ida liirch hasrulurned J om Atoka Ky Miss Maggie Trent has just re J i 1 ITIIJ j rulselect a thispIate Rev Qouch preacLe to a llarge- ongregation at this place Sum t aynight J Miss Maggie Gheatham who hks been yisiting friends at Pred ricktownhas returned Lome Tha Union Cnurch at Glenns reek two miles east df this kl lace will be dedicated on the 29th of this month Miss JjlteIidJngschoo1 visiting frtendsVhere Saturday f A lodge of Maccabees was or l4nized at this place on the first of April by Supreme Deputy M Elkin RwD Burton Commander E D- Wells Lieut Commander W P i Cheatham p Keeper Ray J Simm Chaplain Dr M yatt Physician TJ MhhlrL SergeantjEd Sutherland Master atrArms Cloanso thq Hv rt puriy tho blood In VlKoroiaco thp bbdvljy using beWIttV ittlo I2arlv Risers ITioso famous lit tle pllla always acfpromptfy Woo di Wimsatt fEXAS N From our Special Correspondent The farmers have taken ad vantage of the good weather and It oniesre through planting corn They gladly welcome the much oneededMr and Mrs Jim JtfcElroy of your town visited the family ofr Mr Sidney teen lRevl rkBpointmentevening r Miss Katie Lee Yaager ofr you town visited IrlUnds her I43utiday lNt3 Gcode wife of Mr Tim Goode of this place departed tbia life Thursday eveoing Toe J I i kIAiIt fttcng AhootOuiJ Jt 1 Prl esBut tom petitorsrlL 1= lle dOurrdtei For Jis Week f f worthofif Granulated Sugar for l ceivlj ri 1ls ft S Hominyl JI Jl2c Gtj pound V 7 SPruries5bapound Fine R1c313capoud f Hominy Flake Sic a pond Lrf Best Coal 011 J30 agalldiv Yff1 Extra FMne Suga Com 8c a ard B 2 One Thousand Matehes 5ctl ttI+ SStarch qriJy4pal pound 1 3 4packflg QaJ en Se d Sb doenBacon9capound E Ga I EVERYTHING ELSE I PROORTIONk J g getthoi 1 TM GMT BLOEGRAS1S S oRocW jf SAMBOTTOMI1ahaer lm kL mItiLJiiL mm f m nla4hD3etpb a church The lunerat serviced ucie aib bnayItitermeBt iin Bethlehbm ceme rfJ K j JMr D u Whiyhe of Little oetr ATkapsas visited the fam o J R ClayblookeiSundax S ntof t Owens formerly ot- exingt9n wBoisasonialaw of n kt I i r Good isr OreLtla4 r cOlveg lITiSthesauay at home i Mr Jim G eihas returned n me from Louisrille BMQdamecabaugher were in your 1pmn Mon- yshopping mMrbar psyilla Sunday Mr Clarence ibrdon remains u Ill Mrs HenryWh iteaian iis very t 1 L1TSEY tFromReguiaiCorrespondenLtt The poles are being set fqrfa telephone line to this place which will connect will i the line from prr1ngfleldI MissJenniQAcamsof Mercer cdunty is visitidgi relatives in his vicinity i Mrs KussBt rhompson has returned to her lome iti Louis after months visit hero The ladies ai4 society mett tith Mrs JrF Gregory lastI Toesday Mrs Nat Tbnipsdnwa called o Lebanon Monday by the ilIriess of her nojce Miss l1laf weeny wh0 is very sick ofInoumonia v slfiyislted at Jaij QOoners unii day Some of our faijraers haye be g gun planting corn we think it- athereaIy in th0 season At the sale of old materiall rom Pleasant Grjave church last J aturday good pricbs were realized ij v i Dr Smock soid to ToVmle eda yqunc horse tfotflO I J I i From Our Special ozrcspondel1tlJ DrBayFhliatriau rurnedtof i ouisville Monday tMisshome after ft tOW days sdytho gueitof relativesI j Miss M Joe Plliatreau tistthe pleasant guest 9tMtssWifIQttg Mrs friusanj Buckman and daughter are on t tte sick ils lrsRay who reascalled here a by the illness rher brother I who is mcli iiinprovedV returned o hgc hOme lit Stitfi ton Monday Mrs SutWrrenjoneily f ifliouisyille died Sunday taJoon IJ Mrs EdBeati add sister spent last Sunday thja uestitif Mrsc r0wn Crume cjf Bloomfield Mr ohTOrmtv ofmwas a visitor herf Sjanday lstt l There with be services 4t ihe church here Easier Sunday Misses Mairy Reidel pf ifild a ad EJr wtclttir s villa dnday attended f fY caurch BIOOIJitt t TKaf Fatal Thlptcen tInthist i is sometimes remarkable nother coijci4entJ has ijnstj taken place tfniScbttsviile ajnong the good women of the church AbouL one month ago number f 1adiesFeLattha horns qi Mrs J tovelace ot organize a Womaus Club whose purpbse was otry an4 put down vices so iniirjoW tttie welfare of the own Tha number of ladies- lrestntwtiu wet willing to join 4s icltfb was exactly thirteen he secretary at the first meet log refused tp recOrd berjown amn and IMt thei even d iJ zn At the second meeting theassist nt recretiiry added a new tnlm etand Sf thiJ reel1r Ii d Since that fatal evening two 5 embers of the tub have sick ened ind died As to justi how mu6ti the numbejt 13 to blame for these eyents wet feave our readers Jo detormine for them selves This number ffiguresin x many fatal experiences that omo shadow of suspicion clings to nearly everyone eapd the repe itian Id ourithdstwjhl notiServe r o erase any former impressions pf that characi r Scoitsviile Reflector ins Mbunfaln Tunnel The Lincoln Democra of Stanford publishes ths lollpw ing 1interestingt article concern ing Kings Mountain unne in wtiicha circus train recently ber came stalled resulting in the death of ono inan by suffocation and tie serious illness of many others from ppisonous lum s Kings Mountain Tunnel Ijas nnimterestinghistoryrifi 1itejs counted worth anything and ew people in Lincbln county know that abo1tl00 1enSome ay 1Otfu llstlil li lives iii hat awui1ophiing hole ith the ground ton top of the tunnel Mr Dan Twodd dshowed us two raveyardsfllleclup with victims of accidents since work was begun on the tunnel in December 1873 Messrsj William Murphy jWj 11thablacksmith afld carpenter shppf combined stdbd Pn the summit of the hill where coffins were manufactured on short notice Whpn accidentkoccurred Eight Qien werejcillei at tone time by a fallinjEj stone flye at another and dates being jgiven to BS there thet pther dayaodso ontill th graY y rdJboye men tiouBd was filled When the g work and all Its attenddigan aerkilled seems rather pmall AtE ne lime about 3500 men vere ctnuhiber regularly day and nighttlj averaged 1000 lit h Bwoct musIc appeals to nfi heart nn4 soul and llhicns many of lhoa burdens f you hWd ever1cardt e 8vcettoncdj Steger Piano jou wDJ approclatpnlk fw reach thotfshcat Standard oif eicBtlenc baaaiwiyteon tte aim in thin tlfiiC tnre ofibo Celebrated SufcerRaaol Only the best material Is osed iasarlBgirroat durability Every pj no fally guarnotecd Tbea toger factories thorougWy 1utppcA with thc b4stnnemOstiniprnvcd maclila erjrlocatcd at Sjpger IULaro ataony tho largest fit tho wtIntdndlueptacuaseiBwlU c41Ib pm1t abldto wrIte for Lull descrlptlVO caUjipinftt which ivlll tx mated reeupon 4ppllia tioii STKo6u Co Es etabUJic CUlcaed Ill 20U Td Car CostIpsIiui cnrsksOoirit tandi Ct5arilc lo 9rllll IL C 9Q tsUi95G ergmbts ttua1 EIabkiLI IxPElttuit i J r itij1 OOf1r4tRiMrorY or 0 IREINACH CMfCAOO ULLA4 t QI ji 1ItT THcmfMMX or TttCfMlTDinpilili r t rHc iiszoua UiT OcTNSS = 9= JQUALrrtJ Pmc- ff = tGUAQANTUA JMlTttfACTKMf J- f rir II G T IMMt J Mt1MIIii iIjj Iii rIcTItU11 wer WslirSPRINjflfU y BIJUlfmntI EPST- EcSflT a14k of I Ckt1es- l YNOlj I Cothewcrs LARGET1 VARFETYI- We lbY CbipLti all Sizes Menfs Stape and ifActTtejy Young Mens Nobby uptoaatc Suits IT Boys Sunday tnd Erf 4y its atldontiriI8lt years Sty1th 3 Childrens Suite 3 toI8 ye1rs 1OUR TO l LAR1ER ThAN pVtR 1tEFOR tOpt Prices are l1w irnd 1fC DJt 3 t ptflely please Y91 Any wj r ire I i ii willlii glad to8Fio WYo oui1 Jme IWe also make i 11 CLOTHTOORDER 15aa SPrin stock of Shirts Nekwesr Collars Glovw This tSbrellasvHatti etc Qe jiewjWt sod bcisivbiainKS oat canIwats be found in Otr Geots Furnishing Dtparl tntent Large stock Overalls OoriroTad JUM 1Jf I- ar OHQaDAaOaERTSQN Am tI WoBuyaj d Sell1 0 Iferwill gite the formerir tn1wo aie prepared to pay highest ciail prio fdr wheat feed arwj we havefall kinds of farming implemenU fQr sate Ww Jisi hiivcnbigIine bt plo8 west dIO + itt7r1 1iJ Vq J fcw t t4 t j tfi f i t IOurlineto Jo Buggios Phn ttollsSrtt iMakes a diSTpWyv aI makf t QIjlnilll hd1I oaLanrl now is a godte to lay in your wIntereI iwp ply Setpurjpripes 1FaI t Iif J r mft IiAti There Is Moio CuinrrTf fathis KUont the couatry than alLoUrtf A txawut tcf etberandjtLt1I thJliiit few ycs WI disease fl1 prdscrib i Jaal roie4Ms- nd t by coi3onny f2It11Ig tto ciiis hh1local troatmnt pro eqiied It lacarable- cIencthas 1WIM Hf1 M a epi tutional dlicS scrraudtherefie iqei- orztitatlonl trathoat fl li tCtunIToledo Ohio ld the oaiy- re oM =the market It Is ikea ia n doses otroinldrop jta a acts direct jj on tJtbIoo4 ayaMHi surfaces oil flit ysW lt be oae udred do1ars for My CM k Mkso elMs ScadtoVcirsmlars IctieUis In Address f J cRINKT e ToWte 0 4oIdby iUgaIstL Halls F8ilt3ftmifar WalkorsI4JTon eGntrtb 1S iIPitSL- boerWInos and paWa lbs 8vstH11 to ithstad IMe5 WITot- hcintaONlISS h nerVe 16ftt 4ildiliS M vOh J 4ir tvd orgni atldJ atM cod ciiu5g ttj lk tDNZU KuIfl ViUt1KllWrfwoqdai in mixed oara Dry or Greeoj riW tthem triji j tL 14in f l l r 1wW j fWtei you ant tii J tth Jiiifie i in t3 16 J Shoes S Or r a et i t t Nftc All poo ludeblad to t- hste KC Jf yaous- od il ptr 0 jb ViiMf Claims iit r utei1a11 tbe eraiEteit Immcd atelfr WUMleDt ATILa JiUESSYSpilnged4 Ky tIcs tp Cofftt ractors Bti oft tta brick urlrnu peaiN W4 tin woikast p1attO1bChrjsIancborisIrIiasd 1 WI The Buildioj CI wbftjb epnsiita of C ortar w K Uobtrlsu Otl bturIb iqlr h asaii Jtt 1I Wt f1 Jttnl6 seoUis ilt tII skin ami uia 1hlIt JI1l1tblfat VUh tllltl gvxl rtMIIIII Uh pilot ind skin ilis Itell B i bUY Ii IQiiMUoil ytJ t m8lllt 7rID Cnro CootipaUoo VeIT kOQ aretaeu CiMrtl JQo U c C liI Wtudsild t w r r r 4 i i THE NEWS LEADER 1 if3 AH nC T r c- pe1 iil Unique Ott- i1v Is tk His wy trolltlCae jir ti10 1- 9DeeyiBiral W U01D4SMIorPrsL 4st it Ia most aitIqs u r 2 bf be illaocep a omtiM4m fruil eiueff th- 4b4itI psriIs ae tbit if obss him baiswil i1Ii k nus pi aD udep l s4idss JW ahe tetotrboe before tM Ad 1jrlVitar froorMamila thV yolifcUtaM woaW hrs cMtt edl 4yiy MM00M matttr H V gv wto 4t soainMiOOI of McKin j qa rT bi their I eDect lye pert J enert11y regardd vM aIr1Sdy j nred1they treat It Try Vthtty aadapeak of ijle AdWri JKUW yicti of M an litIo4I wi Jjdotside of Pt fIkmal political rfreltv the an nouoewwit to a w d JII Hr1OSI1tlJd that Dewey wilt 1 polUictaM ot of tbetr boots if fei raw M M independeat can rI p didate Admiral Dewey AS h i juadia tbs MDOIlDlnt In re cal 1o tested requesU from j rrr secds of tie ooBtry aid r bM bepoaw eoaviioed I r ibpeople want Vim for r Wbetber be ris 0011 ii aJtO will foori 1Mi iadepper ftbyth i aftM i1w Ufltt plop OCe4Y hI t1 tOOS hat the people tlW they Mayaa way ef reIIrrHnehaYIngjOS d the l in fur Ute ffBaiaaikm ot a Ur t jiiUfrwkt focI ol goysnmeiitIot jiaii Urbicb itt ooMMittee re UrMl M alubcUUto for the 1f4iabs bill k noW reedy to take p thSiate Porto Rieq bill wHidi will be at once reported jUII tbe TfcT wd Miens Coil flllfto wriitefa it WM referred W eot 6f er from the Senatje lirbi it iie not certain that the HuttM Viliaxree to the Senate wUf B efaaBoes are that it Will lIrto BptwitbcUhditijc some iiuiUl objection bceaase the 1 iit iupporled by all of the jfKjitykadeee and by the Whole L11ieCS of the adiuiBistralioo tftif vote by wbicK the SeBate atMPrioRtcaa Hill rej WntM iBiere tiB sttidr Al IbonKb BepablicaBt voted at tM bill and one was t i rf a al MtlU the vote wit 41 fl to 81 hitsfavor Each of the Jtlx JRep lUc Senators who vniwi waiMt the biUisJfrom a rtp bag two Republican iiafcow bi 1only ouexiase wjr two of tlifem from the same UtfvThey eje Davis of jtin 3MoiaY Mason of Illinois Nel ian of Uiniuot Pioctor of YrBUMit timion of Oregon an I 1liigio of Maryland Jones t oliijev Qa Kyle2fSouth Dako ta and Stewart of Nevada votI i for the bill while Liudsay of Ke t ekyi and Morgan of Ala t b waa who have Jn a measure sapporte the policy of the ad wiBietratioB towards our new 1 iioBt voted against th till TIM Populist Senatoris voted against the bill t Several lays ago it looked as thoiti there would be a reduc tie of the iaternal revenue war tAxec by this session of cox y eM bit it U reaaoaabif certain BOW that there will not be A redacUoa isjastified by the con ditioe of the treasarr but the riIaag4nit any leRislatipn a4oax tbtzne have beenstrO6Lo f IkkiiMCh ause the yaods it laxli eat to recdm aHIIClHCh legislation to don f i ireec at this session Amonie tBesi reasons is the Jeaders of the majority in hottb braoehd of Congrecfi to busig aboot adjournment as efcrlyti d fj ppeajfci a desire fully how iIIM Presid at Tsere will be a MveiyttrtiWe pArticipated iIn jby bbhrgeintirsets effectedby Aa ernal reveaue taxation frur abs m BMt that GoB reet be sHai UM work of prepanagia bit fjr ita reductkm Bntilthe bill asILaed Ue opinicm of ateoo ee ee t that it wojild tat MTetaJi Biootos 4o get tach a Wl repn l this time These mer iMtt any Dial it will require Itis lkaji jMxVeaisioB because the intetehart will not havre t IM eaBM wi ce in Qoegre- ar itS r ibe VteeU teal elecUd that tbeywon1d baTe before W ISb IJtItl J Iij Mrn r MUl Nfi ffRldJfor 1ws54ys aicJ UnjtRo bit 1tU NtW i1IIJ- Ii KCIiIkI6bIjA CaN aidjwtei iMVkM a4 M aik lie a4jJlii Is s r tilt wbst a WWIt Tnrpi1 Liver tlte DepsI 1 fiitJJld lOhr h BeJr M StmawutlTtrel 0 tMH1fG that rgp BO YOU GET UPII I WITHl aiity TrseNYi W IIN LwM MMTC Ii MT k eIi ciirsMs yKQoMrVSwMnpRoot trMt kldMy aadbIs dscrwsdy k zthmcaiItrviothsa1n tMJt onthry covered Q yDrernlMatd r jptctelM end la WDaaarntfly auooanful In promptly curing uiWr form dkWMy trbttbK vDriiiiiMcTsSwtMVRoet k iot ro ommeeddforevertWrigbuttyouhavekjd My Mver cf bladder trouble it will be fcupd JMt therernedyyoi need Ithaibentsstt prlvateprsCUchase and has proved9o successful la rerrienthaaMepIpuyrhoimp1bott1e sent by mail also a took lelHag more about SWampRoot and himr IIM ut Kyouhavekldoey orbWdertrottWe YHI irritine mention reading this gssrou c ra tWa ppe Ud- seM your ales to Dr KIbn lcCevBiHf hajnto N Y The tr Jivir 4i aftor of relief fref rVajtr flltyceM aaclx tsieetlIar steec are sold by all feed druarjett Faulkner Sites Moore Mr John Faulkner hb brought suit against his former chief Mr Lucas Moore late tCocamissioaer of Agriculture to recover damages for alleged violation of contract and also a sum of money said to dallceq P Moor y Fulkner- atu in formers canvass r Faulkner in his P6ihonJ states that it was largely through bjt efforts and influence that Moore secured the domination at Louisville in June 1895 During tbejsummer preceding the election he sag that Moore solicited and procured of him 100 agreeing that in fee event be l succeeded in being elected he would appoint him his clerk during his four years of office Moore wu successfpl and Faulkner was appointed clerk at t a salary of f100 per month but after syrvinR only about two thirds of the term Faulkner states that Moore desiring to njoy emoluments of tie said clerkship discharged him Inj order that he might appoint his wife to the position As a result of this violation pf contract Faulkner claims to have been damaged in the sum of 500 iin addition to the 1QO he gave to Moore before the leeciion These itwo amounts be seeks to recover Lebanon Falcon CONSTIPATIONI 1 e oei days ata tZMewlIat m Te Bt rf the bowels not being able to thwn except bT artag hot vatr injection C6ronl eoaiUpa44on aeen yean plaee4 tbU terrible condition during tint time I ey eryainid kMr4 of batnvTer round rs1le I my caw until tbegaa Mtoc CUSCABKT8 I new Ve frnl one to three pMa1H a day and It wpi rIch I would give Jtor eneb ecesst anak a nUet TLIIIltLMu2- TIl auSo erGlc KJ CANDY CATHAKTid 5 k Fecut P1arotene Taste Qee iec atas Wei of chip I CURE CONSTIPATION zassdaf aiIIeeo Nstnsl law 1 Alter LaUrIpi eHlialt tTsoally a racking cough and a gen oral feeling ot weakness FoJeya Honey and Tar Is guaranteed to care the grippe cough and make you strong and welL Haydon Robert On h When you asK for Dr It 4 Simmons Liver Medicine inc that yoa Rot it and not soee wotthlVse imitation The Popular Speaker of the Houe David B fiedderson turns but to be a popular speaker He has ben in the chair of the House of 9f Eepresentatiyes nearly three months and a half and his rulings have been excepti6nally6ati3fao tory to members on lboth sides the HOUSP While he is firm and determined in asserting the rights ofhis position and enforc lug the rules he shows so muph tact that thus far he his avoidl giving dffensa to any one He nowhere near so arbitrary as Mr Reed He is more considerate of the feelings of his fellow mem rightsIst political opponents ax I l triJo decide doubtful qUHtions- te as impartially as possible Co1 i Henderson was alwaya an actli partisttn- v His side wlto always right on every question as long as he was a member on the floor but when he gpt iinto the cbaiIT he discovered that he bad ajind i cial temperanenr and he bilt hbeen trying to develop Iit wit fcons d irable success WIlliam CyrUs Washington Letter it Keletl Iralrr 1WT WH The grMti bwrooqtht tea U Baaae Salve fo Cit WOtM torsepilesaid altskfa diooagco UofGMnllHectJ ydoUt Robertson 1ofnnoverintiu grace 18 fo 1ot drink are prjwptly rocUficd without pain or discomfort by tanlng a few doses ofIIrtMn Price 60 cu ts Hayflon 1io1erLsoii ITewMt Style Im K ter waves fromttriflltiK points mxt la teaerai ewiBtjHk lIleecstllllleTleagth and are fanteaed with large pearl 1hlig km ia cuucrnifd a 4 the larger more slreofthe winter The newest 1os are Mitchcd in black aid art bound wHfe a piping of black kid rona l the wriets Evenluggoyee also sbowh trge but blackkIttTh eolon a iit Myd trw day are deep tan W14tiig M ypHowi the ox blood lro dark electric Mw trteae gray lad hayebetRaeFor Vvesteg weir there are air the doll B cate ahfldpa to match dresses pfnk blue He greea pearl lavender primrose buff creaa aud white The lengths axe the same as usunl to the elbow for the elbow sleeve and the extra long for the sleeve that does not come te the elbowEDressed kid seem to obtain for the street and suede for bIDtltOSfBlack suede gloves will bp a great deal worn tide spring especially with gown that have snuck black is the York Telegram trixnthgjj iI Net Ia KmfclecaB af the Keiarrvetlea With the egg and the ckrysalls nfl are Id of1graIncross together with graihi of barley aadh 11blockIetOemrecalled by the Wtbeovery ef three such ifr emblems in the mantel of the room In which ghakespenre wnn born The house reillJyoidwbedfriend a Shokespenr na scholar w1 bj wishing to share It withT aapfltcaptaineda as plecetow dJ atortd the relic to tin house at Stratford clAproeenses used making a status The uttlumBtouklynJ Gift For Easter The wrists of old gloves of delicate shades are utilized for cute little souve airs Thus a penwiper Is made of a ch jcbnmobaUncbed 85edges Jthelily nn appllaued butterfly or an master greeting in fancy letrcriug ONDERFVLDlScOVERY4rr Not only cures but it xxxris well sold by an organized company of responsible sthousandsthroughout the country We speak of that wonderful Instrument Eleoteopoiso arid ask yonrcarcf examInation into the cures theInlerOccanthree years experience with Eloctropolse Csaymost wonderful invention and I would not put with mine if i could not get another 1ndl from people who hove been cured by Kleo tropolse EI trTROPOISE CO 518 Fenrth Louisville Kv tt My Issue HalfCeitft Pieces A new coin of the denomina lion of halfcent k one of the possibilitiesi or the future If it should be coined it will be a t s timqnial to the influence of wo man on public affairs for it wit come as a concessionto feminine wants Man could make use of t a half cent but the new coin u it it should be minted will come IinIDuseas a direct result of the I otnterFor t officials have been aware of ia j growing popular demand J for half centcoins The bi2 depart ment stores ia some sections of the country are the chief advocates of suhh an addition to the monetary denominations and a bill has been prepared and ready to be introduced into Congress calling such a coin into existence 1000000 DEATHS jbromjChoIera During fh Past Year The Germ of This Fatal DIaeaae ArsLurking Bycry where Tkoua anda of cfbllars Saved by ThlsWond rfu Dlacovery Hundreds of thousands of dollars sIonsI the flocjca caused by Cholera roup gape and other fatal disease f hdvancett obut have been many remedies the in1JrnerIcanwill cure chickens in the last stage of cholera and roup andfis excellent for gapes Do your fowls suffer from vio wingsQ hreisChotcia is a germ disease and being ii fectious spreads rapidly through the entire flock Take time by the fore lock dontstop to experiment with un reliable or untried remedies Use this mixture at once and the sanitary measures they recommend in cpnnec Chol1eraedy cures itevery gnaran eedf or roup which can be told by hoarse breathiag swelled eYeSdis jharge at the npstraUs resemblitigcaI tarrh Fif rtr dollars is Ifsomeltta It is cheap reliable and effective scientific preparation goes more tha three time AS ar as any other remedy does mote good than all of them Combined It is use and endorsee bv the most experienced and largest breederS of plain and fancy poultry in all parts Themaflfactarersjguarantee flWIOiB1IPflTLLI Jt DENMARK CHIEF U will make thefIeIOu Of ItOOat my atstable 1 14 mitefl from Springfield on looisifield road at S12 To Iiitre a Co1tpDENMARK CHIEF M a getter of i flrstclase horses to second to nOne e ia 16 hands high a rich brown in color He was sired by Oromwejl 73 WaehlngtonDSnnnark64 by GaineiB enmark by Denmark FB Dam by Blood Chief cHereaangood word for Denmark Chief I eonslder hun QM of tntf foremoet pro Indi ave always commanded good prices have never sold one of h get forh n se than fS50 as I remember om that on up to gfeat sums His colts usually far excel him In form Q stylel beauty and action I amalWaya adyto drive a tyng dlatanc4crsee a oung howe fojrjal jrtiBltlIearh that lark Chief He fa indeed great producer of fine saddle horses well as stylish and handsome rlvds1 therefore free to recOm mend him to all who wish to raise high ass horses Bespectfully T E HOUTCHKNg Chaplin Kyeljj Money due when colt Is foaled or aredIspeeaof A lien retahied onUcolt for aeryice fee t SBzR3tAMAwrIY fc 124fc Springfield Ky pi alarls cannot find a lodgement Inthea1stem while the liyer is In perfect order V KA Bunions Liver Stedicmo is tlbestRegd1a Great opporturti oft red to good li reliable men Salary 15 perweek and expenses for man with rig to introduce la our Poultry Mixture and insect De royer in the country fend stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute ltd State News It is reported tbat Qot Jack hUrn will in the near future deliver several reduces in the large cities He will have for subject the political trftuation in Kentucky gathering the mate rial from the recent campaign he dyings of the Legislature the contest for the State offices the assassination of Wm Goebel and the trial of those accused of the crimet The proceeds of these lectures it is said will be devoted totheJSoebel moaumeni A contest determine the best country fiddler in Harrison coun ty will be Jield at Cynthia April 17 Besicles1tnoirst prize of 15 and the second 015 other prizes will be awarded Beverly Baker of Clay coun tV feud frame has been arrested for violatioa of the internal roy eniie laws and win be taken to Covington to remain in jail anti the next term of the JBedera i Court He bas ajso been sWren dered by his bondsman Gen T T Garrard Mrs Clara Bell Brown has the eyes and ears ofEentucky women just now She is lecturimrragainst womans right to vqte Her subject Womans Love jot Womans Vote brings Mre Brown out as being squarely against tie new womau i nd all that pertains to her Heaety Is Bleed Deep Clean blood means a clean akinNobeauty without it Qucaret Candy Cathar tic clean your blood and keep it clean by stirring upthe lazy liver and driving all im puritios from the body Begin today banish pimples boils t1otchea blackhead takhCajearetabeauty c Wes Htiifaction guaraataed 10c25cfiOSr j IBfokendown Womellwea1TyfTcIflpalaaadthetortsre of ota2ed ena it tMita tJw deIthworry17015Iht btatawoadCT voa have become H tffWBk thcte it f left fo fOe afe e aB4 misery Co aQt give esnbe- l11ed 1IU DrMil tIieanAs of despoadenwo to repJa lo t heakh aad JaIl i Teagth It quiet the Iet2tase aa4drivestte d 10aadioqd levigerasEEkle DRMrLPSNetn QaIre of Wt IRe a tstal eanNriac Jut Diciaiisf I wes lac at te be is the la stages of Btrrewpm IaboetIIoIt OID he int hi ItsaII 5OWabletOws1kIsaadaissWeeks aadIw lefDi1Ik HniaeJ IiuDaNoRiss Rock RapWt Ju It- SeJd I pujmntee ataHdnit Write Tor bet oa aASccaS aWdtJe I IIboAetto Dr KHM JMtcat Co Bfchart II J Where Lincoln Was Mar rcd i 1 rieo1dLjousenw being lorn down bir Mks Chtrl Qmgginsl to give place to handsome ree- D Ji dire has 4uite a history to it iis the hou50 m whipV Thomas b Lincoln the fa h9r of Prfesidenti Lincoln Teias married to second wife She Tak tbe Johnson wben he married hill but her maiden nam was Bush and she was 3u4tof Mr S c Bush the wei1itnwn laWyeijo this bar When Mr JiincolnIAI first courted Mrs Jobop she at first refused 10 marrtt him Hel ressed her as to this reason of er ref saL and she to d him thatj she owed some dews and stfei was not willing to ma Ty as longs as she owed anything Mr Lincoln found out who her- oreditorswere and wut around nd paid them off She then consented to marry him and there a number of people living E n Elizabethtown flaw who realmember that tide tharriagecere apt i ny tookplabe in tbold frame ouse on Main street nearly opi y epnsitel the ail4AJi1ch Cbarli ulggmn iis now teacin down ne D1t19historic houses in t1iecity t4 ElizabetL town News GIFTS FOR FIYBMILLIOp LADIES The Moat Remarkable Offer Ever ConcernEnirpuPlease announce that fora limited time we will give absolutely free an egant sterling silverplaten sugar shell choice of suy of cur 40c pat Irnsto every married lady in the nited States who will vrrite us a let stating that it is her first request jdromptlylli i l ral1yi i LtafL o IlIyi IgI Morgan and HarrisQn Sts iCh I26t goDliij f I TtimTitncOommm I to errery elderly woman when an im poantfuntionabchbgtakesplaceThIis t TheentlresystemnndergcteeacbangeDreadful j consumption are often contracted at this time o HfoELREES I Wins ofGarduir tIstrengthens and pnrlfie theethsystem and brings the Suffcrer safely over these pitfallS Its effects have been wonderful It is good for all menstrual troubles but is espcial1 recommended at this Itime J Ask your droggistior the fanions Wine of CarduL tx 00 a bottle For advicelzcasenreqttlrlngepeclal directions address the Ladies Ad vlsry Department Tho Chatta nooga MedicIne Co Chattanooga Tena rIIOXASJ OOOPEB apele Mile eayMy sister nfleft4 rom trreii1sr and menstruatIon and doctor could relieve her WiDe of Cardut entlre1 CURd her also IIIJ throujh the oi LUe rw Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartificially dlgestethcj food and aldi Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted dIgestive organs Itls tb lateSt dlscpvered dIgest ant and tonic No othe t prep ratlpn can approach Iit In eM lencyIt lfl stantlyrellevesandpermanenUycures Dyspcpsla Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomajoh Nausea SlckfleadacheGastralgitCrmpsandai1otherranltaof Prepared byE C DtWIttftCa Cilca iWOOD WmsUrr OiSlttIJOIIDdlSEagleEyo emphasizes Jts importance las tho great est cujo Known for cny and nil kinds o sore eyes DruttglBtssfill JL wNTI1 Several persozs 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