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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 LdDERcetab1hod- j acb1ntoN CotT iea48S44 j fi1igIW Newt111N4 I i itii SPRINGFIELD EENTUCEY NOVEMBEE I II t 1C HBrtoa U K Harmoa i Den flydoo tkflJ1MBURTON 1 CO- UNDERTAKERS b ANDEMBALMERSIlv cZiU stockallkinds of Funeral SapTH 7rUONE53 SPEUcDFZLb Kr r bfR PIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD counts icat of Wash Ihjslon Ooiafy 53 feilra southwest of Lex 11tiitton SJinllesfrom Jx u viHeoa Bards i Town brmck of Louisville and Nash villo VajIrOMU hi a faming and agricultural dls x trlct Twi ktetci telcgri h aid tclepliono Ilia SIJ51I eScV floor miUs lumber Yd4IIk2QflOO popu1atLon Wfl AMcae vohi ORgre5 fiodD H Wsdth HodgeaviliciXY Ropresintativetn Keatpcky Legislature Raa SbebftiIclAotn Hon U i RepreataUve a I4tt vr McCbotPrthft KyTCOUNTY DIRECTORY 40LflOOURT7 Circuit Court begins on the fourth Mon InFebrHaryjMay aad Octoberc y A i c v tB SweeneY Common wealth Attorneyi 4P MCanWbclLC3t IW Stmma1astr Cotnuilsslnnor UART1PICY COUIIT I tlttarterlyCottrtiU h4tI ont t1L V Syin January AprUJuland October t B LItsey ludg pvf r COdNTY COUHT ctnty COUrtrn6 thofOUTtb Mon iO i kav c v Booker countY Clerk S Mayes Attornor JIBntIthJaI1er J SgIowelI 1tICrIft W R Ttiuri4n j jIBIa nuy Osborne DcIiitIe B3T0 Croiko EdMasters lames F M0ifltyfUTt0Y0t jyUryafl1AsSCSsOr p RTWard JcpUtinf JVMi Montcpmery Coroner A j 4T t4 vnct311ttrIia1 r JUTICVOOURTIl5J Justice courts are hold In ruiv nnd Ottobcri y CHURCH DIRECTORY fT3APTiS7 OHnRCH Rav SP HaaiW toa Fwtor Services vDrySo itt inandBpm Sunday Boiool at 8 30 j Prayflr fleetingOn Wed acsJay night a 7 30 p m v r rMBTRODIST QUURCH 111W Frank E Lowl Pastr ScICeS or h6 Fiit andThlrd Snuday in each zrnit1 itvjf mam3i p m vPRCSYTERIACUURC Rev E O JAW rotorjSoVylcesevery Isiinda at I a in and R pnt Pvnyjr MeetO Bg OTcryiThnrndayntBht i CATHOLIC ClIORCH i TltvF PSennesyjiPxstor Services everv Sunday at 8 pad 10 oclock nr Services r Rose same bour Tt t RISTIAN GHUhCH WI Rogers pastor bCV3CCS BC feunday Je1r in bach month at tho Methodist cijurtli I1NL ORDERS I lI80iiclLoDaB 8prigfield lodge Ko 50 iiectsoeocmdM6nd vincach menth l Wishlngtoii R O Chapter No 27 meet l erer thIrd Mondv bp1 + CourtVMonday rilr xdura ov ItowP 4leets VeP3EC0flt ind firth Monday in ch Kxt ra or taz Meets every j trst Wednesday oftochmou h v k j L O BS1 tllwjc TtitB N 24 Meets every Wednesday night Iu wig l qi McEIrorHa1L wb L and N TIME T4BLE irTa1 iii Departure of Trains r vli ArlHpringflcia Lv 5 30 t 20 If VWley HiU 5 ill I ll Ci Booker5 47IIi rin4 Uroaics5 4Il153- tvJ4t 37Wood1wn 6 03 is Early Times6 I22 nbSft JO3Nazareth 6 80 31 108 J Samuels 6 4 5Doataville6 31 1 10Cane Spring6IOO 1IoIbs5 6 iMls 1P5ieCleannont5T54 eO BardsLoWflJUDCt 105 i4O j 20ShepherthViliO ilubers73 South Park7SouthLoUiSViilS in1Sj = ETLiE ACOJD w ONE DA ir jtahleta4ilSj allrtejBure 2V For palo byliiiydou goottwn and WatoraJ flrQWflO = a Tk e recy bags sent ty n tlUIt SeCaasaase1dirs iLo Philip pliwe eedIia4 iiIong the necesattlO LI t1oxetIeW1ta Wtc11 flaeI SaIre U w24ke wn MIIos Injn1ea aI- akt htaspa Th ladles iorik carp tS erM UflWitt wjiwiifbtfPIN ji that all theconn Ilaydon IyScowtilpallott forevae r r 1TI Odds and tnds o Gossip Thcy Say aveyou heard of the terrible family They And the dreadful venomous things they say hy hair the gossip under the sun fyu track it beck ronI1 Ondbegu In that wretched House of They A numerous family so I am tOld Axid its genealogical tree Is old For ever since Adam and Eve began To build up the curious race of man Has existed the Houae of They GoBaipmbngors and spreaders of lids Horrid people whom all despise i And yet the best ot us now and then Repeat ueer tales about women and men And 4npto the House of They1 vThey5A They a erie task islo watch bis neighbor And toIl his business and prlyat affairs o the world at large they are of tares These folks in the House of They t t It Tbeyit1itW y And fiito his house where you cannot PIt This horrible House of They itThough IAndOf all the rascals tinder the sun Wbp have come to punishment never one V nBelongedElla Wheeler Wilcox in the Youth Companion ORB LIGHTS fThere is a s kick being etatrtdd by some jf those citizens who had been con ratuiatirig themselves tliat they are so fortunate as to live a town that is to be equippedl with such modern conVeniences as water works and electric tights The Idck conies up pvep the distribution of the street lights The poles are bding placed about town and the lures q to be run arid the lights IP caied to what is considered the best advantage b those who bave charge of the locating biit owing to circumstances uar avoidable under toe present condition of things some good And worthy citizens and taxpay ers are being left in the darlr Avith the prospect ot btihg able only tovipw the illumination from a distance1 The trouble yeems to be that the contracts for lignts does not provide eriPiigh street lighis to go round nly twelve are lights have been contracted for and the fitc is now making itself apparent that twelve is riot enough by several Fortunately it is no too late to remedy yhetrouble arid more lights may be provid ed provided more money iis paiid of course and it isaques tiori nbw as to whether it is npfc better to spqnd a little moro arid have everybody y satisBnd than to leave arty body put in the dark and kicking Wo believe it i utt to go a whole hog or noneii3 ho residents a little out frpm he center or the town are to b taxed as rnuqh for these improve bents asp those who are to liv Tinder th0direct dareof th lights and they should receive equal benefits If there is not enough light logo roupdrnr phould be contracted for Le everybody be satisnea a VTTINISHING tPBy the way X the work on the reservoir is lb iugr finished and only ttfe more days of dirt hauling i eeded is to top off the big dam jthat is to form the great basi from which Springfield is to g water supply Mr BD oLake of the firm Thompson Lake has had active chaige o Jthe contract and has personally direcited the work which has been pushed from start to finish f HE LAST WEEICThis the last week of the pphti c ltsampaign atod when toe vo ting and the shouting 15 over next Tuesday there wiUjdoubt ESS be many an expression of reiet frpm the business men and others to whom a politicall campaign is not the most pleas ant nor prolitable thing iu the WoHd There 1st ono thing that iJctn be said ol the cumpulgh tii arso far as trits county is con lcerecl iiud thtti is that it has been free from f b foitternsside Jdon by both sides but nothing of a disagreeable nature hits oc huCiwind up their campaign itt Will iIS burg by a big rally and speak iing by K6n John Marshall oapt W H Sweeney antl otheiJoOf course as usual both sides are confident vnd as usualf the election will be close in this CCfeN THE MARCH OP PROGRESS The Harrodsburg Damo paCtvi sItoT two Harrodsburg ladies thesorganization ofa Womans Club says They report Springfield a lively little town keeping stopSin the march of progress has now a Womajns Club and rospeAs1rof electtic lights and water works in the near future The rdfercbce is a little mislead ig and should iict be construed Iliterully Greats things have t been accornpHxliejl by the va ri ous Womans Clubs and Springfields Womans Club will y doubt flourish and do good jtselectric lights and water HJofk that wo are to have in the near futuroi Some horrid men with money are guilty of that DES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP iiiAand cplds is all right but you want something toffrehove anddo euro the more severe and dan gerous results o throat and lung troubles What shall iyou ddrregular climate Yes if ptssi ble if hot possible fpryou then in either case take the OWL remedy that hasbeen JLtrodiced in all rCivilJzed couiittius rith success in severe throat and lung Hcoublesi Boschees Ger man Syrup It not only heaLs and stimulates the tissues to A destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation ciauses easy expectoration gives a good nightrs rest and cures the pattern f Try pu0 bottje Recom mended mjacy years by all drug grnrnaydonhRisiilsrik81ross1rVC betof his splendid health Indbminable will and bitenergy tire not found where Stomach Liver KHnysPSand Bowels are out of Ifayou want these qualities and the vsuccess they bring use Dr tings New Life Pills Only 25 cents at Haydon Robertsons T drugstore idsforconRhing it It11youcoufjli Remedy to tho wesleep possible It is good Taen giste ederafety pcryadjc tim houAt hold that uses One Minute Cough fiuet- ho only hnomleaa remedy tLat produces teenlttlpu Hayden iiolicrtson proven inply WILIISBURG From our Regular Cbrcspendcriti wancounty is visiting Mr A C Pinkstobj grntotCora Brown a t Lexington has returned home Louisfv ilk this weekraJR D Riley atlended the grand Ib jge at Louisville on the 16thsto JJvisitinggi Mn M L Searcy sold his farm l cotgiVQup he 13 a good citizen and one ami tinAt the last session of the grand jury several indictments stlthe Rotuf eviij but itt seems that the rery parties Vvhd wereMnsru MstcdicttdAssisted them outot their trcu ble For the rat month there has been an average of four drunk at this place everv day Many of the old citizens ian rje member Peolia but thoV claim th gatWillisburgb1 condition What cai wedo j r civilization in this part ofr the c untvWe will lend fou udge Baker for a week Ed j About three weeks ago some unknown parties camti to Willis rg broke four large witdof glass in an pfflce belonging to Jho W Shirley tired two shocks of corn bin then passed ah un occupierd v house belonging to hn Sutton broHjei out elever window glass and from there went to John S Rilevs farm lore down twenty five painroi ofr ncing started a wagon load Oft brick down a hilt belonging to Mr John Brown near Sharps villej It 13 thought the same l s attempted to burn a dr goods store at this place some time ago ry The Repubjican will have a rally tthispnce Saturday ovember 3 Hon W H weeney Lieut Gov Marshall Bons John W Lewis and W P Neikirk will be the speakers of the day Job Co vc Slooil Itfv If heed h9d Itching Pilfes Theyre terribly annoying b91ii BucUleasjArhicaSalve wilt cure the worst case of Piles on eaftL It has cured ihoii an s For in ies Pans or Bodly Eruptions its the best salve in the Worm Price 25c a box Uure Guaran teed Sold by druggist 3For three nights and days I su flowed j riijony untold from nn ntiwck Of cholera orLius brought ou b3 datingcuciu rs Hays MI3j Lowther clerk of the district court Centcrviile IowaAJ oIit I surely should die and tried a zen dilftrqnt inedicinop but alt tou purpose leant fork bottlo ofChomber bo 33riaiiiRemedy and turco doses roievcia cu eI Fofialoby Ilaydon it Robertson inugisteIt is exasperating to ono who ha osod Foleys Honey and Tar and knows what it will do to Have a dealer recommend something else as jusla lie same br ujust as good for colds thughsDEATH AT A WEDDING Pattiotlo Trnsrcdy ot the War Be t thIte bringtire mansion Mrs Thaddeus Horton writes of ththethere toward the close of the war Tula was the death of the daughter of Gpv ernor Plckeus immediately after her nrrlngo to Lrettennnt J e Itochellc On tile afternoon preceding the even frig Of tile tnnrririce the northern army gan shelling Columbia but aoneFinally the guests were all nssem rd anti the clergyman was proceed ing with he solemn ceremony and hadbst joined the right hapds pf the hap pair when suddenly there was nn wful crash and n bal from the one cannon penetrated the mansion and burst in the middle of the mar rlage chhmber scattering Its death dcriHug missiles in every direction here were screams mid a heartrend ing groan mlrrois crashed the house shook women fainted and wails rock to and fro When the first confusion was over was discovered that In nil the crowd ly one person was Injured and that as the bride herself She lay partly on the floor arid partly In her lovers nne crashed and bleeding pale but very bcantifuTvhpr bridal gown drench with warm blood anti a great cut In her breast Laying her oq n lounge the frantic bridegrbarii besought her by every rm of tenderness and endearment to iow the ceremony to proceed to hich she weakly gave consent anti ing like a crushed flower ho less whitcthnn the camellias of her bridal bouquet her breath coming In short gasps and the blood flowing from this great angry wound Rlre murmured yes to the clergyman and received her husbands first kiss A moment more d nil was over She was laid to est l111ler the mag nolias and the heartbroken bride oom reckless with despair returned a lila regiment It Happened In u DrugMtorc j Qne day last winter a lady camo to iuy T store and asked for a brand of cough medicine that I did not have in stockp1 says Mr C R Oraudin the popukr drug reof Ontario Y ijho wes disap iatod d wanted to know what cough- repnratloe I could recommeiu I said to tbatl could freely recommend Cham erlalns Cough Remedy and that shh uld taken bottle of the remedy anr ihfte- rvIngita fair trial if she did not flndit rith th money tobriag back tho botjio I would refund the price paid In tbQ course of a dav or two the lady came bade companywith a friend in need of acough medtdno and advised her to buy a bottle Chahjbcrlains Cough Remedy I con ierthat tery good rccomrapncntiobtbr romtHty Iti fprsalo by Ua tloi4j bertson Druggists The editor of the FonlviHo Ky 1sceiiaae9u writes as aVoeUcrlptl a business Jotter I wua cared a kidney trouble by taking Foleyh Kidaey Cure Ilaydou iioicttQUk ja 1 Washington Letter From Our Regular Coi respondent Washington October 1900 Washington has been rio v etting interested In the Piesi dential campaign but it has their fever now and little else is being talked about Those who base their opinions on known laofs and figures rather than on hopes and expectations that something unerpected will happen between n bowday regard President McKiu leys reelection as probable and b Stingelections that hi party wil re ttain contr of House It is ad fitted by the supporters of Mr Bryan that this ppinionis on all Ioprs with the surface indica ti ons but thfcy insist that it is wrong andf that the surface indi cations are erroneous because tlhey do not tell bow the silent vote isgolngt beeast They cl aim that Mr Bryan is going to g iletover tho country that have been put down as MeKicley votdsin ithe state polls uaade by the re republicans and that he is going o be Selected They may be jiight but all the signs which u ave been proven by past cam Tiaigos to be depeadablOinsiziniiu p the election in advatice ot the casting ti4 counting the voles are now certainly ivorafale to tl tem ruelection of President McKin lle 1ygejnt man knows that nothing Ist absolutely certain in polities l 10omrnissioDerPension Bureau made the follow ing stalement this week ini an swer fp numerous inquiries There haye beep filed 84000 claims for pension on account Iff the Spanish American war Calls l have been made for evMance in 424 of these claims Medical examinations have been ordered 26324 claims The difference b uetweenfiled and tile numbei of medical examinations ordered practically re 5presentsnd dependants clams 4V237pf ese claims have been adjudica j ted a If natiotial bank examiners cannot discover defalcations 7 rough skillfull manipulation of ank books what are they forj T his question is prompted l lyo j e comment of Secretary Gage v On the defalcation of 700000 by a trusted employe of the Firstt National Bank of New York City made public this week S aid Sebretary Gage Our ex Ltminersb t discover an old defalcation when the bank officers themselves ave not found or suspected it- t s ION VAJ 4s t I w The warning faithfuIscntine1 of the approach of- Scprisumptipn more people than war and pestilence corn 9 bined It tells Idf painful chests sore lungs wea- kthroitsbron hics and pneu monia DP not suffer another day Its useless for tbjeresVa prompt and sOle cure It is c i PQtoralIj which cures fresh colds and coughs In a single night and masters chronic coughs and broricbitis in a short timer Gpnsump tipn Is surely and cer tainly prevented and cured too iT taken in time A 2Sc bpttle a fresh cold SOc size for older colds size fprchrpnic Oierry 1ectorat on hand Then erpry time J get cold I taks little of it And I am better at once JAMES o Oct 191583 jalaoTexa Write the Doctor If ToukT any cemplatia wIsteYet azi tesiro I DoctorfreelyDJ cAvxaLowcil3rai U IFcnatan expert who know how loj discover just what Mr Gage J says he cannot be expected jandjlearqf L l tho capacity or jhe exam TteasurDepartment mere outsider but all the same it is p shock to be told that they are no real check upon dishonesji ank e nip eyes Any State wiiich has not bee honored by having a battleshijp J named after it and is willing te have its name bestowed uponJR monitor can Rtpbabiy be acconi mbdated by communicating i wishes Jo the Secretary of tbe Navy as itis understood in the Navy Department that the fiifst state that asks to havo its name bestowed upon the mpnitpr hbw awaiting a name will have fts- rpriiist irrantorl Tr iis rtpko f first coina first served andI enlyThe German charge de affairie at Washington this week made statement concerning the Anglo German agreement inwbic jhe said that the agreement invoiypd n o menace whateyeu to aiy p9Wer concerned in Chiuri a idI that there was no ftundatioii for reports tt at there was any ft r theror additional features to the agrrBeraent beyond those trans itted to the various oyeru ponts and made public as that document covered Ihe entiie transaction This seems to diu1 posp of all the talk about Eng land Germany haying designs which would antagonise some 0f the other powers in1 the settle ment with Cbina Tois govern J nt has notdoulted the gicd aith of either Germany or Eng land QUESTION ANSWERED Yes August Flowel stUllitis the largest sale of any medicine t the ciyiiiied wtfrldt Ypojr mothers iind grandmothers never thought Pf Usiqg anything else1 for Indigestion or Biliousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitif Nervous Prostration or Hear Failure etc They used Augusr Plpwer to clean put the system and stop fermentation of undij gested fjood regulate the action f the liver stimulate the nbri OUS arid organic action pi the system and tRatis allthey took when feeling uUH and bad witlj headaches ahd other aches You onlyneeda few doses of Green 4 August Pi6wer in liquid form j to maki you satisfied there is iipthing serious the matter wich ypu For sale W Hayden Robcrlson nunty ii rnoit eep Clean blood means a clean skin Do jIticBtirriaij Ui the lazy liver and driving aJenuritiu traIn the body Begin Uiutsli jiiinplee boils bjotclie hlackheads nd that sickly bilious complexion by tckincN CirtrctiiKca ty for ten ccnia Ail inigi wta6atJTvionsiianintcedt10c25c50c of WANTKDACTIVE MAN OF OCOD flinratter deliver and collect in ICon rauturl foho1cieiHoncsLv inoro than expeiineb rcquirod Our reference alpS bank in any city EucltVsa solfaddressod xtainpeil qnvel opu Manufacturers Third floor f3 IDoauborn St yhlcnuq to I faavbalways used Foleya Honeiy and Tar cough medicine and think It ce he best in the world says Oha Beiider a newsdealer of Erie Pa ITaydoii Robertson hiSTfo stop a Cplrt After exposure 6 Tvhen yoafeela cold coming on taken dose of Folpy Honey ond Tar It never fails to atop acoelse Jlaydon Robertsonb ICobbctl Use IraTeieA startling incident is narrated i- by In r John Oliver df Philadelphia IjiIcdated pain cpntnually in back In and sides no appetite growing weaser day by day Threepby n siciansthad given me up Then t was advised o user Electric itters to my featoyihe Krct t bottle mada decided fioprov formthree wo ksi and am noy djwfelt robbedifl rb fgriJveor anullier 4yictlLna iSTo of e ooeihould uiltol trylhero Ony 50 GuMranteeili atBa clpn t ui Lijbertsyns drutj sltire M T tr SI ASInc KCJI ik ens the AiivxitltoAJiU Tore n lVfiV tU t ritts sni f i lit nj tvia uiaat4ijtd4ir I Ir1 Irir4beJ4u aj EIga rp lye w i t t 14 r IF LED 4toTttyI JIT STARTED I4T TO SHAKE THING S UP fI4 IERlCHO ifji Tap FerlclBBv t ie POafafr Tell Slow the Entli avldstlo OrgaBltKt a Wail United liy tor Onie iLliIat1 llnei Prank CopyrigUtvJ by C B Lewfe The JiC11dThecompaxiyhIch t slstcdof 40 then la adderexcept the men Is no nor on earth It was or gniilzed 13 yc r Ago and never tunic out to but tno flro Nobody had found any fault With it hovrever tiil to two mbntha Ago yhen lleubo Holdfast cdmo Into the postofflce one 4ajr dud s nythnelLopkherc V ip this town ofJericho Is deadern a dodfnall anti unless sun ithln ln be done to rouse her the moss on our backs will be a foot Iong4aan other rcar d What kin yoja dor says I Thats nhA lvebIn tiilnkln of5fi ir thelast monthl VeanJt git op dog fights nor boss racesiandQobOdy will gWinf ur a bra s band br a caibp inert ia The only i ling I klni tiilnk of Is to iresurrect the t re company arid i oom her furall shes wuth It we kin g It bIngs rigolf red hot Jericho w U w tie up and p ii to the fr ntthjl Cli i cajjo wont b0 ku It Tin glttlti Aggers together ur a speech Iapr and yon Jest lay low fui three or four days and youll hear sun hln drop Before the eek was out cverybody In town knew that sunthhT was upr and one ercnmg jReube shot off IiIs speech to the postofflce crowd and made a hIgh He had the number of flrcs nnd the losses in the Unlled States fur the last fit y years had he showed how a lire con pony kept down tares reduced Insure ace and was the fflola sp ring of llbert He plctpred ihe town of Jericho In ashes fur the want of sunlhln to sqtlrt out a conflagration and when ho tfent on to describe wid VKNT WHObpCtO DOWy THE IXWy dcrs iobkin lito the embers fur the b ones of theii husbands and husbands JrcnValusjoe Truelove was seen to wipe a tear from his left jye Fur nce everybody Eecnicd to be agreedr and when Reube was named fiir fprtpiui of the copipitny nobody kl Iied Before the closed it was resolved to buy two more pails arid ani thcr ladder and that the company shot ldbeU9lf ormed Jericho wol e right up Real estate began to jum Tom BIgclow put down six rods of b w sidewalk and tlomer Lee Venainte his barn and put new hinges on hit sate People who cane over from ii bbs PeTry sad witnessed U tiiaabjua bf th towu and a Hghtnln rod hiau cald th it the hustlin rpmlndc ti him of the ei rly days of Kansas City hnd Dcnver It wasnt n wok before the Wlddcr Taylors smokehouse got bare ht nil night and Felef Scott Vunjg the lila m bell In a way to tim hull tow r bottom side up In fiv lnlts Th fire company wut atlthat conflagr ittoq to conk ror die uww17 nifults he red tongued flames 0 destruction ad bin dqused out amprIchio was safe In a leetle speech wliick follere the fire Squat Danverj tsald that Rotne In her Balmiest days vCr cqualefi the occasion and JPhlfe tus Johnson declared that the thanks congress ould ben poor reward fu 1isuch heroism The dhy tie firemen got their unlf itrms3land howled There was slch excite meat In the town that soft soap wa inllowcd to bo over bread was burned p In the ovens and most folks forgot feed their ogS Some idea of wki III sort of a roy jubilation It jwas Idn b Clgathered from the fact that one grb crynuts dunn the day It was Reube HoldfasVs Ida that a fireman should inlways be on duty and heIdrhiedev icry member of the company to wear s uniform lay and nights Wiea th aafirettnunden tornr came along the fir bell rang an tile cqmpany tt111d0UW t land stood re idy to rush to the spot if Illghtnln hit mythln If there was ft idog fight in rgnt of the town kail the mpany cot ie rushln vpant If any odys tcnm ran away or a kitca if t CQt red hot thcro was a dask of b d shlrted heroes Jericho weE bpVoK but Rcubo wasnt satisfied with be progress He got Ills company out f and morchect them to Sunday chtirck h k nd to Thursday cvenln prayer aieelC There as a lawsuit over a etween Jin White and Aaron TompK ns and th tire company S present io fullmnlfo to Old Mrs HoQkiBK j taken sict and the tctorshlaas8 jnnstgo aniiHeub felt It klsiluty t arch the rpmpany ap to fcer Iwttjse jjind bW her a tot farewelt HerHiW ot Cess u tbegun Ittebterur t4h2 After atJ nuonthi there uaest lv thltr ih Th 1re compIati nz at furevcrytWn titt errl hdt athjllii otstilsaioiV re Itogjx1 aaIyr Tberewsslt Stat vld folks ivltfc astkina inidUvet coiifc pjalnt and lot of table wltli WtidO T cou0r an i UKa lcs LutWjup of iilIitt tOflIc enstuauh1ytzoy fa1ze HrApi If tHr nvvowld iityttc ilil IdinpJiwMrt il Iis curl e anl l4ddvra wiilt 1i p t to tVmiurnfi zifl etalegsttureyonreafldiaeryrgetter UJtafc you waa iii bep2wit wawg Tbit- wuse eos yPip Perkkt bi4- yoult only ser ru eslpsaT wit girt ye sea4 waieyer wdee proud fur tbe f tfker daysY r Reub Kafr am watch itajf night fur a faarcral and ld r Msfc EnxIe op1 ia talud to turn1 Out the corn pOny fur the aext eow that died of hot let liprsf trhen crisis come like at Hosfi VDwin to his lime VcgXIsk Btt eomptiybutzen who could heat anybody In town at a game of checkers Tharfore Whciit 1Infeet of alrth the fire bells rung arid rctt shirts went wlioopJnlSownf the road Mrs ifdriTt yeryniuch bottheyfuneral They worked a4 jhe ai1efr InteryaiJicub weIkeptkeptworlitnwas 8 octecik Bcxiiaofnla wlicii bfy found Lsbz oW bat As it was pawd up io EeubekV a eJl tears mud turned his bend wasijestgain or souietkleg f that sort and the diggers itowa lIa the well were looklT Jur anrii and legtt when Llsb jilnMeir tobecarelessly Tcktarked to the fire comp i that he sirinwmw said fur about Vtalalt but peenefltly fnwhisLlsb whar yoi bin Iacc y trday noonS4WhetToI Jetf by gftin ip a tie acrid Thar mjrrM kI1t end you kin take It along ant itary It ta good 4 shape ai1theycmn tread Tbey hsdntput away tbelr rod wa trpails before folia was langh in atrem and before sundown the V doom of the lire company was scaled Llsh Billings had thrown Vai down and the public was gtiyia and rkMcullii Tien the 7 oclock mall had bin dv Jofliceandsaldj Feller Itlaens wharaa this ere town of Jericlio tiont Bbeni to appneci ate cntci rlse vfeilatice Ueroteui and booms and urbarss shed ruthcr be at the mercy of the Ire lead than tO have Tiei disastrous eeeSafratfoas wjtiirteA but1 now tharfore resolved that this bandpf bere be dtaMaded and Jerfc cte kin iffrtb thunxterr M Q0 ux JeaIsay ABM4MT Sfwtkey When monkey elves way to iJeafcr J It shows a tfefHTe of hatred Tor J t he animal that hfiocently aroasfjO iu malice tbe aanke k for the toe at konslcrof ciTKlty On a skfp returafsff1 from eec bfkrr toursl In tropical lauds was a Donkey which becafae a grcat friend of the stewardess Olie ay use fed another tuoflkCy a protty geutle creature rettrifling attention eawiscd the otha monkey which cojixei the little iUfa to its side and then before the Mew ordess hail time to realize that inJj chief jvga vacant toot jt tpr the nscfc ami flunglt overboardSQf anothor moekey the same rsfe ells that while preparing dinner for jt ilnd party thecook was absent froui the kitchen for a iriiaute Kp soontr had her back bcea tnraed than t1 monkey slipped a kitten of wi hhd always bcei jeahukta ta a pot s 4A4nv a year or so ago and this was u t woreFrominent woaien in the eoiijregfttkjr The reason was stveii pp nlr aed thr matter found Jta way Into public pritit The fact that the wifes ws4tby cant was the douer aecmetf to b of cooi if sequence end the poor woman kin tirritated anti Qiortlied at the prf glveri to her private affairt sueeeeds4 persuading bfir bawbnd to idCH 3 raw from the mtsitryA Mil tei Wlfo to Ladleii Wvii Jownal JlPI1rIIrIllMI5a4S Tfkat jrakiM yeV aiipeae ieeh- oudandf aiieWebow III liroCifli lpg yewr ini testtF asked the rsfr- andid frI aa I ara forces to o It1 was the great fCora afianrtr TitnraH3r one of- teoktt wa fet the worhl strict rve got to keefk praIsing myself for1 fear aiy enaltire asttlte will ernIrL uetokototlanhSeran4UhiflLt hink I am gettiu oo aseb oey ajldngtonltrS Kowrt Itaa tfce k rgest rofcano Europe at Me of tl fr Jarifert In thI irortd te ltU9 ieei bh and 9nikCIICE1jHIt at The asait rkor ot fgrtuae 0 eoiae afoa- h2 b apt to bare aedoV se- ftbaewa lt4e dsi apeais i ta twta- rvhiw4lfqhtceaaieey bttbub- 5lrrYIl iael the atw- Ul jrst4ata ho sia5iiLri IWI5 botti tin all a re tla CuV twrt Siari 1iaiJ la astlah lass irbS15i EreIv tEiue Daily hiS4eiur WO1i thofoutb1jL witb the bx t i4WllLet P1ryleea at er rgiaL ts tI wt- taaj piirarnste- watir fu itd- ki t ivit h54 t Qilttl liv epbii usi dte aIip ltiiv i Iay t LI1L tiHIKISIE 4tj1Dgb LVIV7IDAYM- IS4o rEAMI pDVAC- Er V E L31J4YpiONJJr r 4 I Pl- CtitI I n4i I SI = M 1eI I Itfiras p4it4es bior tJob it ltkwrabebtt ls- ssbs Iry ogoee- J ItMCe4I mIe mikI4LeI of rpecL- tsbM aiL4U 22ie kw47 foittI t Oil HURiaJAT MOVBMMK 1 lt8G wet I rOfttJOn o a Aedeu th MtlrlOwJIo IitM cma t aels was ad by a deputation the latoabitatiU wW M4 heard of e vklK ahitf M ft a inrey rf wkther be thovibt a fsaml CMrid be BwO from Jhdr TtllMt s M PrtTCCM wblckWeaI4- i aftte a Tftj tone tIYC JrihHly He 1 J1iw the dlrtrlct ad f wdtb t by lac advaiiUHr twe iaI1 streams aa1ofabouta1iweWbeall tiiat iras necessary The committee were Mfghtcd with tiii report and they begged the sur eyOC to write an oSdail letter to the gov rrtment a their behalf asking ljtbeW9rklj 1t Tin years after tais the surveyor was again at the village of Cabccero- in4ir the first question asked him nsiitx you not thisk a canal could be i tOnt b yenlsrrchairmantr t1pif hte father etc the govern iUtlnt letter bad t1blybecn overlooked search was made the letter wilt found and once sore alll was ex dteiijent Nothing was talked about uttho canal Some years later yet the surveyor w was again at Cabecenu Immediately I oJG his arrival 0 deputation waited upon i tlmttDoYQU thlak a casa The i speaker never got any further with 1tLat qo tlpn Yoatha Uloutt a Took Ce tlr sap f9 begin with lies a good fellow k Thata a phrase waster d rstood by s men than by women It generally muuus well It Means bea am all round pood sort iu tLe aal live Saturday afternoon lJdwas feeling piVtty gnat He had beeR quite thirsty if w Lrt bo liad taken was to be Judged 9 vivrio And the lIbations left UPi aHLGrbughly good hector aad fvr at i ice with theworll1ilet this delightful mental and phys 4 iti aati he bethought t him ota friend ufJitt1u Providence and lie futliez iQtUKht that Le would call up that articuhir friend on the telephone So itWClt to a Broad street hotel toW the young woman there who had c aiSi of tux telephone that be wanted ttb8pNt to Mr SoaudBo in ProvU Sence and waaldmt she kindly call up the p The rtyIt Party1 on tho phofte she MId and the man went into the telephone hex sit down and put the Deceiver to klffear And then he calmly and sweetly 4rqpped off to bleep VIita lut woke up he ewed the telephone company 13290 He Raid he wouldnt pay Jt but be 4iaihlladelphla Pres- sTaitraa IB CIlia Tlie belief In the potency of charm- sitcjJ very widespread among the low cr elass Clijueseand the Shun81n parts d1 Yunnnn The ia tter In particular i4ito nIl khnpof amulets to ward oft o Uthegem of their collection being one which confers Invulnerability ottI the Tfearer This useful quality may also be obtained I was informed by 1tnttOOIl1gsign saddle guaranteed to render the purchasers hose safe from fire and 81 Mfemal deers It6rn which would We tbe fortuMte owner to walk a enaI Eitaace without fatigue Net being a landed proprietor or a professional sprinter I bad no use for r te thlBgs and though I entered lute negotiation with several people for the tnHMBKH which would render me wllliagtost1tidcjtera revolver at 30 paces eveB thougl I offered them an enormous Bunt and a handsome funeral in case of Riettlentt ograpfalca1 JournaL Tbe tlnt Natfoaal Cow ventio What maybe called the first national Convention was not held by either of die great parties It was conducted tby what was known as the AntiMa eonlc party and wits held in Baltimore in September 1831 Delegates attend ed froiu every state notchosen how 44ever on a heals of electoral strength ri president sad vice president were spaiuated and a platform wnll adopt eL The Democrats held their first na tional convention in Baltimore in May 3MXSl3 del ftes being present ifaiIs yeMr tbs only contest was over tb e itee prwlleacy General Hard oa 4bvI a wtikerer for first place His fptaeats convened in Washington and MtBMi Heary Clay 17 out of 24 states bi1dg represented Since then no4 Mtiog eeretioM bare bees tbe tale K wXMrirfiM Tfle war has been the sot ia Irbdoefag a MW dot jtf home manu rer says an Ha lfcb exchange T1i doll baa two great advantages It aaaot be licked clean of paint sad jt ils Impowltte to batter In its head I jtad tread the broken pIeces of wax In i5 tbe rpet Preeare oBie khaki col erA w ol Ddr eat it gufflciently long le for a pM used tassel with tho OMC Mp Tbe Rob of the tassel jtrMfttb tIMd Cut iwAekBt of the- eards BiMrCaad tie tbea at the shout jtr mad whit to foria arms Thep r tit Cb7tylDg tbe tacecl In lb Mt r Wride the lower half Info a pSrt parts a ItOU bind ottbeM thef f fUdO baa tIIr= f r 31 o hl She Kind You Have Always Bought and which Has beea 1m we for over SO years has borno tho slgnatnro of Jp and has beca made under his per aM2 sonRl supervision since Its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this AH Ceeaterfeits Imitations and Justasgood arc but XxjrIeats that trlflo with and endangertho health of ImJtatk and Children Bsperienco against Experiment What is CASTORIA I fl arm1e8stmbstttuto ior Castor oqPale goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains lieitkcr Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic wibit nce Its age Is its guarantee It destroys Worms R d allays Feverishness It cures Dlarrhroa and Wind Celic It relievesTeethinff Troubles cures Constipation Ml Flatulency It assimilates s the Food regulates tho gteioach and Bowels giving healthy arid natural sleep Tke Childrens Panacea Tlio Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of leMtaHaYe A1WasBoughts In Use For Over 3O Years n cCT iRONCLAD FEVER A FicalUr OUeaae Tat Wa Ktllfrfl 1teDtlla In tbe fight betwcenjtbe Monitor and Mcrriinae it wosfound that there vas not sufficient air In tb4 turreted Bteiui er for the crew and thdt the euffocating gases generated by the explosion gunowderfouud their way below and rendered It practically impossible for the frfeu to work Necessity therefore alp lled the introduction of some ap paratus for artificial vturllatlon Tim old methods itt vogue for hundreds bf years had been retained even under the new conditions and but for the Striking efchlbitloji of direct Inter ference with lighting capacity would have remained for many yeat longer In the Monitor was placed a rotary blower worked by Eteain Air was IfcM drawn from Ono hnl of the steam mf through a systetn of pipes and forced Into the other Various changes were made In later ironclads of this period In some the air was drawn down the turrets and forced through out the vessel thus rendering them more than ever liable to suffocate tho men below In battle iwhtteiu others the supply was obtalfaed through armored cylinders and forced out through the turretsSV It was In the early ironclads that a peculiar disease developed which be- Ing confined to those vessels was soon designated Ironclad fever In this af fection the Initial symptoms were much like those of typhus but iu al short tltria severe occipital pain was followed by complete aphonia Dud this by coma and death The Introduction of ventilating appliances caused the disappearance of this singular disease and in time these metal boxes almost entirely submerged came to be regard ed as probably Ute most salubrious yes sels o3tC1sslers Magazine The Lie Eternal A little girl came in her nIghtclothes very early to her mother one morning saying Which Is the worst mamma to tell a lie or steal The mother plied thqt both were so sad Jshe couldnt tell which was worse Wftl said the little one Ive been thinking a good deal about it and Ive conclud ed its worse to lie than tqsteaL If you steal n tiling you can take It back less youve eaten It and If youve tnt en It you can pay for it Butnnd there was n look of nwe In the little fnce7nllISorcerNlW York Tribune So It Doea j I An old gentleman when passing n little boy selling newspapers atstreet corner remarked Are you not afraid you will catch Cold on such a wet night my little mnnT uOh no replied the boy selling newspapers keeps up the circulation sir noI A rich man Id an honest mini thanks to him for her would be n dou ble knave to cheat mankind when be had no need of it Daniel Dron BICYCLE GIRLS Are apt to everdo their strength The rivalriesjot the rood the cheerful com panionsbip the exhilaration of the swift movement on the machine all tend to make a woman unconsciously overtax heftelf The resplts are often serious and may affect the whole future of wife hood and motherhood Every woman who is conscious of feminine irregularities or disorders from straii or any other cause should begin at once the use of Dr Pierces Pavorite Prescription It promptly corrects all female irregularity dries the drains which JIoreO debilitating nod tones theI nervous system It makes weak women strong arid sick women welL bada1I ug ot la tcraal organs and had fa go to bed every raontb had irregular risIwhichtimes last ten or twelve days writes ItolImos IStPahadco bad that I could an1thilJg1hardly I and D GoldenfeclicaIj I three bottles pot the Favorite l re acriition and one oftthe Golden Medial Discovery arelinvited1 nsultDrt frN AU corfe ynaiiaaee te1Su Dr aanavorions of JncU aad Jill An English clergyman has written the history of Jack ami Jill on a neV and original plan The first four pages of the book are numbered lthe nest Tour 2 anti so on up to page 8 The ctorlesare so arranged that any page marked 2 can be road after any turn bered making good sense In the same way page 3 can be read after page 1 or page 2 pnge 4 will follow page 2 or a and so on through the lglit Application of the laws of per mutation shows that the book thus contains G553G stories of Jackahd JIll Yfot t n Old AcQanlntnncc Doyou moan to jsaynhat the borte fan away with you said Mr Meek ton aghast Yes answered his wife And wouldnt stop when you told him toY Of curse lie wouldnt Well Urnrltftte 1 dont know what to say oxropt that the horse wasnt ac qualntod with yoU or else he wouldnt have dared to act In that manner Washington Star Sermon In Drier A man mot a bull In n fiold Ill toss you to who stays said the bulL lie tossed and themnn lost The mor nl Is that It is never safe to Indulge in games of chance eapeclally when all the odds are against you PhHadel phla North Ainorlcan A conscientious person should be Tvarc of getting into a passion for ev cry sharp wo d one sppaks lodges in Ones own heart and such8ilvers hurt iis worse than any one else LnmWithoutunique seats at learnIng in this country is the Washington College of Law which rc krehtly held Its annual commehceuieut Its prpspectas states that It Is prl manly for Women and the Institute Ts the outcome of the hard fact that nt the nations capital It was Impossible until Its formation for women to yet IiI collegiate preparation for the bar Co lumblan loorgelown the Catholic and other great universities of Washington resOlutely stood out against mission of the gentler sex ndj Mrs Ellen Spencer Mussoy Miss Em ma Gilktt and two other women found ccl the WaRhlngton College of Law audit has proved a great success Ser oral young men students nt other col logos have knocked atj the tOur of this Institution and thoy linn boon adnilt tea Coeducation in UpaKloro is now going on peacefully In the Washington college- r=s3 you nave tried the experiment ton will be inclined to question the statement that a pane of ordinary win dow glass can be cut with a par or shears lethe glass Is put under water during tho process It is n fftct that the glass may bo cut as easily as you woulil cut a piece of heavy cardboard To do this successfully you must Lava tnderlwnter 1tlonthe water the cutting will proceed without a break This Is because the water takes up the vibrations of the glass and the shears Try tha ezpsrlment and convince yourself SCOTTS EMULSION OF COpLiyER OIL WITH- liVPoPHospmTES should always be kept In the House for the fol lowing reasons FiRSTS Because If any member of the family has a hard cold It will cure It SECOND Because if the chll dren are delIcate and sickly it will make them strong and well THIRD Because ff the father or mother Is losing flesh and becom Ing thin and emaciated It will build them up and give them flesh and strength FOURTH Because it Is the standard remedy in all throat and lung affections No household should bp withoutJtt It can betaken in summer as w6ll as in wInter sod roo alt drug i crk SOWNEchcmlts YKk J Belgian Bard- BgInIIOPS IYII SPEGIAL orrei j Good Only Till Nbvtsmbcr 151900 CD Having just purcbasedthe en Ire stock of the Fancier Eab i ry and also thexemire stock If Mr C J Hough of Los Ai jele3 Cal including all bis im ported stock These two large Kabbilrfos added to my OWll stock of 2000 be dare oeyond ohe present capacity orttIy Buildings Would sooner tell cheap than cruet new buildings to house them over winter Buyi is in such large quantities and for CASH I can sell them for prices that p alfor them selves Read this and see Un til November isrth 1900 I will PREPAY all EXPRESS CHARGES iQU hip iJfie biga grade pedi ncyIthan 94 point also a fine young buck aQirfcct son of Que of the following Imported sires Im perial Dash Dash Meteor both by the Famous English Cath ion Dash also Sir Edipboro and Edinboro Flash both by Jhampion Edmboro the great father df champion wtjo has swept all trophies be fore aim in all the great shows of England 1 blso send with this shipment One tral si e oottle of each of my Green feea EabbitRepieditr1 also a copy of i my new book entitled Mans Profitable PeV beautifully illustrated throughout with colored halftonest and engravings al cOmpletetre ttse on the Belgian Hare bis wants habits and dis eases This entire outfit until Movember 15th tur30 jeuitji ber I pay the impress ctarges and guarantee sfe delfverytc town of destihaion Address G 1 EDWAHDS 1308 East 28th St Los Angeles OiL Mention this papar when writing You assume nn usk winii you uy Chamber i ns Chile Cholera and Dtilr rbKa Remedy Haydoh Jf Robertson druggists will refund your money you are hot satisfied after usIng IL It IsayerVwliero admitted to the most successful remedy In use lh niowel com plaint and tbo only One that novo fails It is pleasant suit uiul tuiiuuA llayrton t RI lIertOl1I Origin of Cake IVntUi The cake walk proper lund its orjgin among the French negtoes1 of Louisi ana more than a century ago says the Ness Orleans TlinesUoinocnit t Thorp Is little doubt that It Is aubfTshopt of some of the old French country diiicwJ It resembles snvcral of thpm In form From New Orlrans It sprraJ ovir ttho entire south and thence north It Was found convenience to tIn plaitihUniV negroes They were not uTtlIiI by cense and It was seldom that the strv Ices of a preacher wehdtl1u At a titlJmhIthus publicly claim her tot a wile In tffoot the calo walk was not dif ferent from tile old fkntch matrlago which required only tpubl aiknmxT cdgnient jrQl11 thotcntctlnpautheu- Sotliis I festival became In fame SCIEO n wooing an acceptance orn rejection find a ceremony This lexplains Us pop Hilarity with the blacks outside Iltsbeauties with thy accompaniment music which Is couipotvnt tot all ttime to command negro support Cake walking line Improved as tio most things that ore constantly prac Herd It has tort Its old tuniflenict- In the south Negroes now cot married when they marry at nil In the whltr folks ashulprn It has beoniio toxvov or n pantomime dance Property per formed It isa beautiful one Til cakes riot much of n prize though tdo zig gro has a sweet tooth Youngr Women The entry Into womanhood isacritical time toe a girl Little menstrual disorders started at thatt1meIOOQ COIDJillationThatftmalt cstablishesflow When onc this important fwic- tion is started tigha healthy life will usually follow Many women young WineCardult tofit100 tottks at druggists Miss Delta Strayer TuHy I have suffered untold pafct t reeacktti pe rIds for a long time was nervow had fie appetite and lost interest tn everything in fact was miserable 1 have takes four bottles of Wine of Cardd with ThedfordJBlackDraught when needed and today am entirely cured I tassel express theIthanks feel for what yes have IleAcJ tomBs r advice lacaaes requiring special dineUoDJnOdreuglTlnf tTtaptomi th Ladles AflTUorr Deimrtnient The ChttUBMf M4Icloo Compaar Cbattcnoog Tea w r Iab- sKENNEDYKEftGAN No other IedICaI Finn ta the wbcll aa tEe GbblbhedUIIItal1on for curing LZsn aadWomatkatDrs JC oIK eajoy their Nw act1w4 Tat JoIi treataieatottbee disoaieu they Caaraatee to Cure or 1o PayEeete oion5 NerY8DchWty YRbUl1Varlco Iit tricture GleeS sorec Dratae Ipotncy aiaL arid McntoFWcflLne Kid 1Zd4r D4SbIOOS Tuck guarastees are bKbclb1 Bank Botd MEN S LIrE BLOODYontnaytaTca Secret drain through the tirlithat tIM reasosi 704 feel tired out Ittth morning You are not rested your ache yott feel desbonae t tdJiaTCBoarabltlM Doatl t7parZ lfeJ lo d be dralme4 away DnK tt x IOOD POISONkYPblU la hescourgeofankisc1 tthayotteki1mOtdbaY ltt font may be InberltcJ but It la a crime to allow It to remain ill the wtem Like father llkehoa Bewara of Mercury aadPotas treatment DRXctX positively cure waist cuea or no Pay VknicocllE STRICTURET- he iTow M ttlodTrc Bet cnres ths4iscases saf cir aad misty Ko painno uffcrlnuo detention frordbudtnes mttlsJCoperat aand ruin your sexual orgies The BttictreU saeU absorbed udcaaaercrretanr DriKKrtsanatee Cares Kidneys A BladderDoaH aegrtea ye dMaeYcntt falntr back tells tbe tale ot leDodOI experiment snyon DrsK Kea cure it you are not beoad human aid They ffuataatee to Cure or No Pay CUR 8 dUAKTANTEEb JJ6 CURE NO PAY Coamultatlon Free Bppk sent Free tasted Write for Qua Uon Blank fir Home Treat ati ETerytm 2 ConfidentiaL DRS KFNNEftY 0 KERGAN 28 WALNUT STREET omoiHMATI OHIO Borne Castlib laTr tf you deposit money In a bank and leave It there for ottr six years with out adding to it drawing on It or deal ing with It In any way Itcomes under thestntute of limitations and is lost to you forever sufoscrou bought a gotd ring and without saying anything about pay tnents or delivery you turned round to examine a clock and a magpie flew In nqd carried off the ring it would be your loss You would have loP too youryou a Jmd said you would call for him in the evculnsnnd Jf the stables were burned and the horse destroyed before you called you would have to bear the consequences But If anything remaine l to be done to the property purchased the seller would De fesponslbie Sup pose he undertook to put a nail In the horses shoe or suppose the jeweler said be would polish up the ring then the loss would fall oQ hint not you If you wrote from London to a miller in Bristol oeriug to sell hint a cargo af wheat ntj 30 saillings a quarter and lie wrote a letter accepting your utTer and posti it the same day the con tract would be completed Suppose now the litter got lost you concluded that he was not going to buy and you old the cargo tb some one else you would iJe liable for dnmageso the first buyer aud lhe worst of It is you could get nothing oiU of the postmaster gen eraL London AnsA rs lIe Prayed lIar An old man in Georgia named Jack Baldwin having llost his hat in an old dry well one day hitched n rope to u stump iind let himself down A wicked wag named Neil Canto along Just then and qulety detaching a bell from Baldwins oltl blind burst approached tilt well bell in hand and begun toting nllng Jack thought tbc old horse won core in and said Hang the old blind horse Hes coming thisirway surd arid herulnt got lio mare seuse than to fall in on mci yiioalialir Tho sound CfUll doSer Great Ierusalem the old blind tOol will be Tight oji top of nie In aminlt Whoa Bali Whoa Jiaw Balir- Xcal kicked ti littICdirt oil Jacks to1prnyIOh Lord have mercy nwbof- tUlIln pour slnnoi Pin gdncnowr whoa Call Our father wljo art In caEjIJl liallqwcd be thgeiBall ltlIlfJl 1 dpVrtiame Ntow 1 lay tit tIOWI to tlJtj BalM Just tlUn In fell more dirt Ob lan it you Tvrr Intend to do nuytiling fjr mft brek Ji yhuuithy kliigdoi COiiiIut1 liaillf Oh Lord you know 1 iJJ4 Iluuiit7Itl in Rniltira trill damf whit Ualllho tit InmAUrr wlrpii NYitl njiild hold In no longet had shoutnl n ntjV which rsJsht Iijtyc lJitl1 IituurI tO zuilswlulr1i isuhO t- ai fur ns Jrti1 firax ul him whvii lie got uutAtluiuitu Journali IcSrirtlfled at Lnnl Glrn JIIlliTi a Uuiteil t States marshal ITtI lab was sitting InhU otlico nt Silt lair City one tiny ilien a well drcgs itl nan intflllgciit loolciug mail enturfxl onrl ndiliOisMtl hJmhI was fonfliloiit tlttltl inuw tin nina Wild Ikn iu re citiivx tin firciinistiijifiK but wias not able to place him As wo couverswl phHiUitly it KRiduully betnme Im lliR Ill tipon tilt that he wits an Aid Ksinsas aniuillmhuve ptrhaps soiae tiDe had kuowu lit tlio uhlvciKltj butt helJlolil soeortilalhynuul with such inn nsnuiiiptlon of isis knowing nu arid iiiy kiowius him that dtl tint have the nerve to ask hlii who he was Iif Salt LaU coutbiUNl thin siiiil lug hiarsliniL luive the sauce flush ion of doing the square tliliig by a friciid tbrtt d to prerail In Knusas Thlrl Is no prohibltldii law In Utnh and we found place ntir by that wan sufllcicnt unto otirpunwses Aftur I had said something null he sol cthtng we quickly Rot along Id the stajfe wlicre InviUd lilmto cry hou5utfor dinner but all the time I was taxing my inlet to learn lib Identity nud watching for ncliauce word that would give me a clew Ity the way i paid at last when did yoii foincoutift inihnlny from the States of iuume Oh got out last night You nit Jlaycut oft uiuo months for good behavior Thpn It broke over me My guest was 4ete Curry n celebrated mall rob ber whom I had taken to the peahen tiary just three years bcfor9 Kan sas Cty Journal CASTORIAfor Lifanta and Children Thi Kind You Hays Always Bight Bears tho 1I cndclronc form a cold in the head is known as N isol catarrh and U the recognized sourcp of ether diseases Haviurstood tho test of continued success use Elys cream Balra is rccppulred as spscttc for tncmbianal diseases in tho nAsal pas nBes and you should resort to this rcntment in your own cast It is net drying docs not produce sueezii g Price 50 Wnts at druggists or by mail Ely Broiler 16 Worrrn S icct NeW York Ore U111JlcUec und try To stio nalc u alugpsh LIver ranlsh Billlnusness Disperse livspepsla Prevent iiclt and frotpHcaaM te use Jr KIIrm rs Livci 3Icuiclc IIPQtr 1101would11011 best endeavor to Qnd a competent man to till his place rind went back to r sourl MISI A year or two passed and one day Captain Russell the commandant of the post which Bridger had left was surpdsed to see the olll scout heaveII in sight When he came in the cap thin asliedrj Well BIgervhatbrihgs you back here Captain said Brldger what to go back to scouting rigain ludoed Why I thought you had settled down in the cast for thereat of tWelll t I went bnck to old Mlssoura and If youll believe it theyve got a 1llroadI station within ten mile o the old place yes sir a railroad station And whats more theyve got a ranch now in every tour mile I tell you what enpn the air aint pure down there no morel Is tht possible But I thought youd like the good things to eat they hare down there You like good things to eat I remember Good things toent Why ccpn didnt lhave a brilcd beaver tall the whole tImet was therel Youths Companion i Ioin Stork I Talking of elephant fables the ani rani trainer saldi Take tor Instance the story of the cphnnlstrunkaged with dirty water by the remembering elephant I am surprised that any one should take this yarn scriods ly Why the average thickness tf tleII elephants hide runt from half an to two inches deep Now1 imagine a pin going through that thicknessou an errand of pnln It would swallow a plnNinci birnk a needle The old fashlpned elephant story that line any real basis Of truth is tho one that ulflkes the big brute afraid of a mousp Experience In the winter quarters dfn show where mice and rats thrfye convinces one or thIS fact A mouse will make an entire herd noisy with fright and a tat will put enrlAlln lion tiger or any otluTnahiralcnfr iI my hut tht InslpnUJtatit Izi cf a mouse tirifilra Ills vbttcrptton Of olTen Biv orUpftiwIvowiirfnro Tlit muuso too quick be x jishOtl niitlorfoot or to V cnusht by his trunk and rcI can frntnp r oVw hut rough lllt with iiiipiinlrj Tin olpphnnt ivnlizis hfs liiIlsiccs u nllltt ntuh a diinltnitlvc foe nml huaruis tq fcarlt m he fears nd oth r udlninl hulTRlo lMspriss r Jove Serns nntcOhspnntlon hits shown iiio that the l faninujC woman the unhappy vcinan irovitlue yiirv beginning tIlt maui did what hut woYiian toM him to dmud took the eciutjuitntts tin tils iixual1 way lf3tIuu hart It iitefl tiluto palIIrlllti tJiinfl rtnuIlIURhlllevpii fnrouglillHlr faults S crnteS would not have drunk lila licritlock t fnippo cvltli pa much oolicP8 lund not Xautipjio taught hln endurance It Juliet nut born RbRtinati and Ivhthoilnv Romoxvhat frank amid LnilytMathe th too much dovotwl toIier biKid ArhMo would Shakespeare hn teII biiitV Lot mo beg of you not to make history In that way Time grandestfrimplr of faluo is a place coniiafol with the temple of love p Pr loins Commencement Address IB l Washington I Wbo win SHe TUnrry Ion Queen Wllhclmlna has again Iwer bo troilipd by the gossip mongers and again rhe brldcgrboin chpspn for her rejqct1danxlousabout thpir young niler Theylwould like to tier comfortably setF l tied down or rather settled to their sat Isfnctlon and feel assured that the auchccssI0n tq the throne was secure But the youthful sovereign has a great eyi h to offect Siicllkns to bo an object of i Interest awl It In perhaps pardonable It she enjoys the knowledge that thet oye of every elIgible princo Is fixed upqon her It la Iiellprcd to be certain notwithstanding nil this apparent mystery that her mind Is fullycmade up and thit the tall young man Prince WlMinm ot Wlcd will hihher consort as Wolch Springs cTheman Is composed of pieces arid Its manufacture embraces more than 2000 distinct and separate opOrationsoHairspring wire weight onetwcn tleth of a grain to the Inch One mile IIotl ih The balance gIve five vibrations every secopd 800 every minute 18000 s hour d and 46S0000tThehoRadj proportion to the mriterial from which ro they are tiiade A tpn of steel made1 Into when1 In watche btam Taloe of tlA weight It aIJi11 fi ti t r fi t L t12 NEW ALL GOODS f 1 tr1tA rrncs a tVv Latest ty1eS13estVa1es Just Vhat the PeoplWaht DRESGOODS ljriJ In Venetians French Mainn 1Ijl Cheviots Coverts c V Jl Forv Mi f 7 andPJ1i1dr naW1rr d Jand t Right prices t 0 Oll S paLy aiid hu1lls C1othJg ct Mens woSuits 5 rth750 i J IBo s Suits 4 Worth 6 jjtwoo Ol SUIts worth 3 I ChUds j estee suits with silk vestsoTethin ntrrely new and noDJjy 1 t styltnj J 1 SHOES We have worked Shoe itd riit jv rJAA rJIIi Shop business of the town Call M examine Tfft l rJtrOur Several famous makes Of Men hoemide fS Q bY Morris noe Mfg Co J B LeWIS Cand j 1 Mar Br s Co Wcmns Sboe n yk Drew Selp r CoO Wolf Eros arid Poic t Shoe Co The above makes are Kuarahteed io ccevery respdct i Iw topleasI stillSI offerirrgpeci l inducements toCASH J BLyers Our Cash prices conlst pf rrr tbPqttery1Briqf 00 ir DullallIc i a iit 4Let4 Tie up the broken U cadi of that old meon happy n before and seen Lovers again though the world nay scot 1Le t iu forget the cold jmalldocs Tate Who made ourIorln hearts her Idle toy JOlliForget the j deep furrows in browl Forget the sliver I ammj in ray hair only In my ey dwlins there The old lose wont no looser then than Tieup the broken thr ads end let ns ro Like reunIted form land hand Back and yet oOmit the nnny land pur which rai our Long JKIla f PERFUME AND DISEASE Nature rmctlcnl iot Poetics Scnttcrlnir S it DIoKnosts A lrcuch pliyaiilat lion deckled that perfulnis pruveat Vcople from taking certain diseases DurIng U epidemic his attention was attracted to the fact that pc sous vfio coustautly used per fumes scaped tat tug the disease Btijt I he fMllSI tlnl til OlP delicate per 11kb vIolet lavender BttnrOf rose Arare more ofllcaclous than musk i 1IkCcplaDt trees limbs with odorifur ous bic ssorus or ragrant leaves along the hljhways C3iirs and parks of cities ecnuse th su strong odors pro duce ozone and bertby purify the air and ibbke the iIfv inints healthful to bumauf beings co fl9dto city streets or narrow xuulcs courts and alleys Indeed nature t aches us tome of her delicate wystel S laud farronchlug proccsscS when he plants tuberoses orangu trees thnlsht blooming ce rails dad other ibqibs and blossoms with such rich aid oft well nigh over powering odors ijoplc lands to neu rallzz1 the dange of feera and main rin arising Trom dense vegetation or damp uawlinlest me marshes and riv ers whidof us car r slit the charm to he senses of gi eat tnasscs ot white nd prple lilacs with countless hoes murmuring roun the fragrant spltcs f blassomsth UIJre delightful per- urneiOot too strong In the open air ndeW the radiant sun of May And lilacs are so vlgorofts are easily grown OulyIwitb the gnarl trunks end vigorous masses of green nndblQBsqais lH3Jny Boston Trans ript Jfte lac aeel Parisians nav evidently rebdtei ii last Jigalnst th t common sense aio or awhile the English shoe was Toted ihe thing in Ute smart wt bust eeI are now nrora higher tkam they ave been for litany years A iwtf inch heel Is not unconsmo aid the bootpakers say that they are Etakisg hem to order much higher To W worn on fin oc asionT is the natural uestion Vei ltCt1 re WIT no orders for otr heels sari for flit r other sports The high heel that omes on wall tug shoes Ie stralfktte nd much stronger than ihe Teals XV eel It appears tolbc as c Bf irtaM a high heel ever pan be lieN ft kt alled the military heeL Nisa sae Poiytls Aelsiak Miss owell sister of uf ifafeking devoted to BhHIJand she has a collectlou of thece ebie- utely unIQue ip LU lO In the draw ngoom at 8 5t Georges placf jffyt park there lfdne jnplary two tets hoW bcchivcatire strftioned Is the wte ow the exit tqf the beu teteg toward he ipark of course but flaw heels M6 wI their buzz ng opatroba tc to pee fectly sees by thus uciupsusth ofbio- m 4 lllsa Baden fowclf hiss trip Jj ee of birds fly about Jtt iMmr iit are not tqj iflirtd ie sy wayiha- 4ubI liccsd I Juss 1MIeaofJi Dlpoaiata IzavelIer TrippeiI dian Fighters OowJPaBcfcwfa Bt t Self Made Men 84e of Um Vacations wliyco trlHrta to the en i terfaiument aIpifcioH howefl Theoico XtooacTel wIll write upea The E seeo et Herb Fbe Secretary s tifTreasuv 1111Ai5wer tIM qweoti tiWhat r8ati8tan 1 BusJiIJ cvarnstorjr Vi i Yojve wft kerithe selatfons betweea TbB Up tributoT and ildlfora PYa l Lekwt 1tar Ford wil writ bot The Maai the iictiosujrNoaha Webster J tTbeie 1s nOttepce beec to beli te btbe gocxj tMmgn akaiajr pro r Itell for the reAderfc of the MW rol of the Youths C98JIIHJtt resting iBHtrnctlve inEpfrlng frbai the pelnfc of famous men and woaIllustrated Annotaoencnt ofta 1901 volume and Ample copies of the paper sent frewlo any addifeii All now Subscriber who MM ill their iubiicriptlpns Bowwlll receive not only the 2 iMleiOf TIl Coispan tar1thet jbednilfiti190t lithoerapbed In 12 coort aci gold j THfi YOUTHS CoMP ION Boston Hate A DllPLOMAtlp tll RARiAy r Ste Iieaseg tller1Itleia Wkboa i GIvlBK Xli Krleaii a toItSes WLen Ifr rntnaat war the head ot the Public library in Bostda a wart leader of tNt city called on hluitaiecj oramend a hCJI hmaai for a place la the Wbrary tjr There was no reason why tkeliira j Ia Should Mt have rutfused at xaicr and peretapteriW I appolut him titbe chose to tollw ancthcr cpurae After fer kla 4e talk with the politician Mr IM imat asked blav whether be Iwd ever bore throagk t the tlepartwcuU of tbQlisetitutiooa I never bare hut IdllktJfreplied time iM3lIttclan It will Rive M 9 awavtyff with you Mid Mr NtJftLIMr Putnam toekf bus l ehted trcounters and Muwjicfc the MMI ffront top to bettfw ex nlHiHf ftthfr character bid rW B8af ltKie ft tl4r work IttdthlL Bet rUeli pointed otst without seeming to its so f the varIed duties of the euployieea and the i41i meats they tnauit possum ite do tb work Whea tlMttew was tmid t Mi PMaam said Im pieawi teAav ht a ekaW toobowtbelirarytoyousndWyqsj r friend will fill out an appileatlusa Uajijr and staid It and If be paststh seees aarr aaiahietieus JJ think tkrvv wlljl Ls isb diulty Is piacingbiu same tbe DIKtHf Lr TW poMHeiw knvcrfr had tM sb c libfay work to cottrlmor Mm tNt hta conMHwnt cud tadl wplace w the tair tod iM bUuk never fiM o t Busttethadybjftf- totoit Mr lutxiusr hid wagIr ad artre ta that city tiit Ulltka4ero41kr ia y tl J Tfc po seqNeaoustkWes atS tbe freesVen the lJI nad Ia sons itthe Ausatilsie cetonk Iijw e srJtJcpr 4rnirlutls1 rhe fttai nkik fHttyM air fnow liwt knit M baA as the wm wit t t6 trtaf t tell rII nH lifr tiifcRs be fcew 0trU Msa bL 1 I BURTON fOttNTlfiT TEETH IXTRACTED lHOUY PAIN I a 8 rs 8PlUxanCLD KY itNPcntu1 Work Strictly Firstelms Jr OS P CHSSELL nMOiAH JEoN orncK xtfima xaM1 telp x ClflCE AT JIXSIDENOE j HUBER H H0RD DENTISTl Jt1xaiu B iifl- irrstiy tAsPmfGmLn n f bft J H LAPTON QFIdE Im Otehi UMM fI DR Sil SMOCK PKIM j KY FFCEDr fin bkrls for ier bffoM over Peoples Deposit t Bi81t ce hours 12to 2prp tf JjI PR IT6 eRA YOROFT k Lir SEL TISTJ I ay loa Harbors r1tINFflEIi1 KY p t WUOILAYBROOKE i Rtter1 t It w atU U 4 giveH to the cii i el aMe ad QoI iti OMc 4ih Wo McCkordi zi SPRINGPIE J t LI fra0W B RINEHART L ATTORNEATLAW Oce OTir Peoples Bank JiIIjSPRINGlIttrD KY r r limfef Wagoll iWNflYI SE CEMENrS I T H dqartera at Cot4nts Ufider rJ taklrtr and rqrnitare Stow 4 IdMir to otify the ptibUo that paredtoaoallkblds Of hauling i Wpecialtt ntlpn given to delivering CraHka and moving Houiejiold goods Tetopheme No 17or leave orders p i tltr s L OLEMKHTS KentuCkY teeries t Of DeatsviUe have been trans term near LouisviUeon Bards tbwt pike where theic increasing bMnsss can be cirried on with tawih ore ease Vacuities bimr bttter very way AH J coaaunication should be ad f rdth2Boor GAHtiiSEft Mg- rItfltnckjrNutierirCoy r fr Louisyille Ky Jt A KestFer the NeWelL NO mttt rwh t alls you headache to m caaccr you Walt ntfyetlRet Well until year h2I1 are puIight CASCARFTE kelp BrtHre cuie you vrltnbttt a gripe or ibr paI8 produce easy natural moye ments ease you just 10 cbuls to start ettniSJour health back QASCARETS Var4g Cathartic the nnue put up io Metal boxes erciy tablet has C C C Umed on It Dexvnre ot ImitaUpus Admtitistrators Notice All persona having claims liffalBit the estate olMaryA Powell deceased are hereby notified to present the same to BHS properly proVen and thi- RBnrt c will he settled Persons iisWLtWjd to the estate are also orifek to come forward andI ettie SGkMAYES Administrator t tlWJI Lwi LatrrMMtebvrr Va WihM aI aaa etec Keiel DapptSiS IB r practice severe uMMfeMtM M tad k am s1Iiiblei hill dyM hu4rsii et bys4CIass tie NH s s ef JMol Dy pepi s t1F Uw IiflgeMi w au4 s1 ws jftte atall the gotxl t prsqIg yen thiosvt r Isiwk U4s tat nUe tJ ptiMesr ilyw t i 1 l M 1UM4k e3SUCT MM a eleaii akiA 1f1 i c cCa4Wblood IMu1i sJnciBcgia tHar to taLhsC Y teMa Jt t r E E E ABOUT TOWN l3 3 3 3 3 3 i Superior wheat drills are the beat Fur sate by Thompson take ii t Seed lye and the best seed wheat for sale by Thompson k Lake We sell and recommend Reads Fertilizers for fine heataG D KfcBEivrsON SON t 11 iiW FU eikirk speaks at 1Greensburgpublican ticket v Rev iIB C Lawson married happy cupe from Perry ville at his residence ohlast Saturday I They were Miss Nap me Walker and Mr George BaxterO Waltons Fertilizer for wheat It has been tried and sound suitable for this soil Thompson Lake havaitfor sale many 1 quantity Forty six earl fig and two year old ewes and one Southdown uck foir sale Price 425 for eitfjisrand SlOfor buck Call at Circuit Clerks office Spring field Ky Terms easy xriistf a handsome line of Catholic t Prayer itfdoks and Beads Wet have some Pearl Beads at very low prices Come and see themh J A SnAERlrI The polls open on next Tuesg day at 6 oclock which isi one hour earlier than formerly All good voters will doubtless bb servo the admonition to vote at early and of ten 1SMrXJharles White n01d anA weliktf6vn citizen of tfre county diedathjs lidmeonthe Wiliist burg road about three miles from Springfield on Ilast Thurs i diy He was buriedati St Rose to in Farm for rent on Bardstown turnpike H miles of Springfield alt in grass Apply to JCMCGt tSLSd th Betid Ind NTCEI have r1re a house and lotat Polin ThEHs h- atrexcellent location for a blp k smith Land to cultivate catJye secured W F GRIOSB Maplel Hiil frY Coining i Mason Stock Cmpaa ny to yIA Rival by Requestv a farce comedy in three acts For one night only Thursday November 22d Among theb specialties yiifl appear the black face artists B J Tawson and JCElmer Tullci RMV X T Hill of Blopmfield will be here on Monday evening N v rtlber 12 to Assist in a series of nieeting1 to bo held at the PreSbyierinn burch Rev Lawson The Castor lir eritiy re quests all members of h cont grepation and others to attend these meetings t The Springfield Womans ClubS which was organized two weeks n ago by Mrs S HaUsfOrd andl Miss Stevens Harrodsb rgwho l canS dYnor that purpose 6metnoon at the home ofi the p esi 7dentM Chord The club starts out with a good membership abd i nattering prospect The study of literature will first be taken up by the members t Mr K D Lake who hasIi leased th Opera House for the seasOn hits made arrangements to give the amusBmentlpving public of Springfield a treat this winter by securing the appearance here of some of the most noted lecturers of the country The course will open on about ovember 7with Gov Bob Taylor in one of his htimorotis lectures Other famous men of the lecture platform who will appear ars Air Tayor Dt Homer T Wilson and Hon Luther Mansbip The Spring field public are fortunate in being aorded the opportunity olhearidg tnese great lecturers Nad0 Hardin a notorious no beentabout toWft for some time was shot and slightly wpiinded by Marshal John Grace on last Saturday night Hardin was drunk and disorderly pn the streets arid was put under arrest b7 the officer who started with his prisoner to jail On reaching the jiil yard Hardin GraceJandl alley back of the jait 3 h 3 officer After tying to stop tho fellow tired three shots nIteri him seemingly without effect It was discovered the next worn ig however that fhe negro had beenhit by one of the shots and rather badly wbunded The wound Is in the hip and is not considered dangerous I have opened a butcher shop t ray oldJ stand below the springfie Rote and solicit a share ofJi e patronage of tLe public Ii wit keep the best of fresh beef pork sausage etc R P EDELEN Who Were They The following sensational item was sent out from Perry villt Quite a seDsatiu was a sed here at the Enterprise Hotel last Thursday when couple drove upj supposed to be man and wifef The husband made arrangements for board for his vifefurawek as r would be gone Ihat long Attr making eyerythihg satisfactory he left the house telling ITS wife that he would be back iin a few minutes before hejeft on his extended trip but minutes be come hours and the wife bepame ery much alarmed and almost inted People at the hotel partnot tell anything only tbittshe- ad married Mr Fowler and she vCd Jn WiUisbUrg and was qrng back there and did start out walking but the kind hearted proprietor Sent a buggy after her and ilanded her safely her place of abode but Mr Fowler has not been beard of incekDiligent inquiry by the NEWS LEADER tndn from people froui bO Willisburg neighborhood fails to disclose any traceof the identity of the parties referred above and IhestorY is doubted that neighbdrhood McElroy Reunion The children of the la e Anthony and Ann Garland McElroy ii in number held a jfamiiy reunipn on list Friday Those present were Hugh L McElroy of Kansas City and his wife an onoredguestMr3 Mary Hughes of Boomfieid MAS mmet Field 61 LouUvllle Mrs Samuelr ancTN7ck McDowell or Danville Mrs Palmer Grund Charles R Anthony C WmTf nd John I McElroy of this- icinity After sitting for their photograph in group at ttieir old home they repaired to the eaut ful residence of Hon ind ft1cliOrdf Mr and Mrs Anthon M4EI roy where thfey werer6yaiiy welcomed The eldest brother being called upon offered a very solemn pathetic benediction The fcasl then began and was I pattiClpMr and Mrs McChord and lldauthter Ann in providing so bDuntifal1t and entertaining soelegantly will ever bring brigit memories to their guests The remarkable feature 6f this fami ly record is that tthe aggregate age of the ten children sinnsup 37 years and f8 months and that the youngest is SSjirid the oldest years old On last Monday as many of the grand children and other immediate connectjon a could be got together assembled at the- old home pi ace and a picture was taken of them There werd 08 in the group fl Hog Killing Those of the inhabitants of the town who are not sound sleepers and some who are were aroused at about 2 oclock yesterday morning by the sound of shots on main strdot which sounded lifte a cheap imitationi of ttfe battle of San Jrian The news was spread that a mad hog liar run wild in the slreets and several young men who happened to be up at thatbour hud undertaken thejob of killing the animal which they succeeded in doing in a thOrough manner At daylight the scene of the battle disclosed one dead hog and several bullet holes in the front of the store of McOhord Robertson on the corner two of ttIm latIN plate glass windows being punctured We publish below a card from Dr RU Craycroft which gives some further paiticuJars about the affair AN EXPLANATION On account of the false reports which have been circulated cpn cerning me and my action oa Tuesday night when 1 assisted in killing the hog which was running wild on the streets and ii TITHN which was a several oth rs wi tQir in danerof doing harm ro 5ou3eone I wish to give a 6id of explanatioh After leaving the bowling alley at 12 oclock I had retired to my room and sentmy colored porter John Peters out after a bucket of Water While awai ing for him to return I heard cries for heJr and on going out jon the street found that Peters and Herman Schminck and the boy Chris HerJMn were being chased by a vicijms hog I together with several+ others succeeded in shobting the hog ttrsons to whom I can refer as Living witn ssed the affair or seen lb action of the hog are It B Mullican Louis Cain Judg Chas Pattebon Dr J H Jbani ton W D Claybrooke J J McCabe Bell Cleaver Jack Cleaver and others1 I B C CRAYCROFT Five Yeas The jury in the case pf Henry mansatighter1roturiad giving the accused a sentence of five years inthe penitentiary Other cases tried ahddisposed of are as follows Jim Dennis dynamiting fith lOb Jessie Chesser breach of thel peace 5 and costs Wesley Satterly housebreak ing two years- Lawrence Trent drawing dead ly weapon on ano her 50 fine Bud Lawson shooting on the public highway 50 fine Albert rinkston using abu sive language 5 John Sutton carrying con ceaf da deadly weapon 25 and 1Q days in JaiL Wade M Murtli8PlliD liquo without license I5 John Kpalding assault and battery t 5RndcostsrHark Etherington selling dis used meat 5 On the civil docket the suit of lSH P ipe against John W Isham was settled by a verdict ofPOB cent for Pope Fred Hagan was given a verdict of 8o against Harrison Nally for a binder Chas Champion got a verdict of 500 damages against the L N railroad for-vbeing put off the train Nofie Tobao Growers I wish to loforrn the shippers andjjfrpwers of tobacdo otWash ington Nelsan Marion and Boyle counties that 1 have made an arrangement with the Buck ner Tobacco Warehouse Co of Louisville Ky to solicit cons Dments Of tobacco to them and will be prepared to make reasonable advances and furnish casks etc to parties who desire them to ship tobacco to the Louis ville market and I will make it a point to call and see as many of the shippers and farmers as I possibly can between now and the time of shipping and I would like for all of my friends who Have tobacco hat they will likely prize to remember me when they get ready to ship My Post Offide address for the present will be Polin or Spring fledThe house that i represent is an Ind pendent House and own their own warehouse property and have been engaged in the Warehouse business for 30 years and will assure allwho may ship tto them courteous treatment and prompt and best effort to get theta good prices for their tobacco 334m W SLY GOODLETT ot s This Wo ofTbr Ono HUndred Dollars RoW rd foi any wise of Mnirh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catorrh C re 11 J CHENEY t CO Pruite Toledo 0 Wo tho undersigned have known Ft J Clionoy for the last 15 years and bo hove thin porfoctly honorable in nil bUS- Iness transactions and financially able to curry out any Obligation made by their llrnl riWET it TTOAX yhoiesalo Drug lsts Toledo 0 v WhOleIslloacting directly upon the iood and mucous silrfacosOf the system Price 73c per bottlo Sold bv all Druggists Tcs timonusis free The best method Of Cleansing tho livor iii the use of the famous little pills knpwh usDoWltts Littlo Early Risers KasytolaKe faver Rripo llaydon A RoboitsOn Politics at MackvillcM- ACfevmLE KY ReV S F Prances ot Bards town Ky spoke to a large and aCktvmepoint was Cheered to the last We feel sate in saying that everything is lor Yerkes and McKinley After the speaking We organized a civil liberty oce1bundrG R MlTCilELL prMA4Simmons Liver Medicine has rat1y benefited others acd la reaspnably trtan to do you oodTt It S4p a WSLEA1T 7T- rqi I G I EDMRRDSfJ7- J The Veteran Importer 1111jj Breeder and Shipper of High Grade Belgian flaresii rk Makes ra specialty of supplying Eastern Breeders and dales at Pries I heedt4 i It by score 34 r fl by Judge H C Warwick Dash I I Meteor was imported to America jj April 8 1900 and is adirect son ofIm Champion DASH winner of 22 first m prized specials and medals r I have Over 2000 Headd tto soroFrt mIIIIj m Also lOO matUred sUd Bucks for r jg scoreing from 93 it2to 95 12 pointsii ra I1 keep all the leading strains and rna r a Specialty of starting new beg h ners i CORRESPONDENCE SOLIClteb m Readmyspecialoff on Page 2 GI EDWARDS h1 I jv 1306 East 28th St Los Angelas Gal Mr Robert Cramea Qf BardetowU was here yesterday T Mrs Tom Spalding and children have returned to Bar cte town Miss Lz2te Haydon entertained kI f friends at her home on imday Mr and Mrs Frank Tucker of Lou sville were guests of Mrs I L Janes laSt week Miss Anna Leaby of puisville is visiting Muses Lizzie and Lethe jeachman of this place Mr Fred R Huber r representing ibe Mason Stock Co was In town the first of the week JMrs Hatching of Norfolk Val and Missi Sallfe Eicketta of Campbellsburg iy are visiting their sister Mrs LA Joulwafb v Mr W R Thurman was taken uddenly ill on 1last Thursday and bis condition was so alarming that Mrs Thurman who has been at Lakeland Was telegraphed for Mr Tnurman is steadily improving now however andm friends hope to see him again in a few 4aysi y VLIIY HILL From Our SpedaiCorrespondont A much needed rain fell hee- lllast Saturday Mr George Tucker sold his farm to Mr Joha Hughes for 3500 Mr Sam Dorsey has bought a house and storehouse at Clear wont and is going in the merchandise business We wish him success Mrs SU all gave the young folks a dance one night last weeksallreporLanenjoyable time Miss Pearl Goatley has re turned home from a visit to Owecsboro Louisville and other places in Western Kentucky Misses Mary and Lizzie Hanra han visited Miss Katie Tobfn last week Miss Ren a Fays of Botland is visiting Miss Luja J anes Mrs LoanWllker visited her parents near Maple Hill Sunday last 1iss Mamie Reed is visiting her sister near your town this week Mad dogs fire plentiful in our neiglborhood To flcconitnblatotli6HO who are part at ot urisIvto of atomizers in applying 11Uili littc tho naSal passages for p arrlml trouttho proprietors prepare Cream Balm in liquid forjn lilco will bo known nl1lilys Liquid Cream liahn Prlco including tho spraviiig tttI4o ill 75 ctra Druggisls or by jmul Theliquid form embodies the medicinal properties of the solid preparation Cream Balui Is quickly alisorbrd by tao membranainnd floes trot dry up the socretlona but changes tbcin to a natural and healthy Character Eiyrirothors 50 Warren St NY LETTER LIST Jjist of Tetters remaining un called for in the Springfield Ky Postoffice for the week ending October 81 I960 Mr Harry Bass Miss Mattie Lou BroXh Mr Able B Bukhpad Mrs Rebec a Millioni When calling forj these letters please sy Ad vertispdi WiA VAtERS P M 1 F r spralrf cxveliingi and lameness throtlf nothing so go0d as Chamixjrdlhj Pain B lu Trrv it For sale by Uavdon i8 Hcbcrton lrugi t HER ANSWER Dcarldfl he wrote thc c rloletd 7011SIJaUAnd earl shall tell bow mi true The lender love It JrarInj your SFor him What meucngcra neett Are theyoot typlcl of you Theyueo sweet Dear Jacklbe wrote your rloletk Hero jurt this rromtnt lc n rrcrlvcJ Their mceiage took me by lurprlw Twas something scarce to berWUeTe I send my atuwer back whbthetn What fltler mtutngtn for you So typical of how youfl They are oluer atboUcTtmes and Efandari AMERICANS MORE RATIONAL We Are Falsely Cia reed by Jarpenn With Being tndlKulQcd Our crowds may and do have rip roaring times when the occasion dev mands It but surely they do not become asinine as do European crowds Our crowds may stand around news paper offices looking at bulletins but even on election night they dont rush away In mad screaming hordes every few uiolncnts yelling hysterically ua has something or somebody as they do in Paris In London wherever crowds gather for any purpose from ah unveiling rn excursion street hawkers are on hq WIth two things that they fall re siiecuv lyUteasers and ticklers The teaser Is an empty bladder tied to a stick and the tickler is a long feather The teaser Is affected most by the male representatives of English dignity and the tickler captures the fqnd feminine heart The mole goer into raptures of Joy when be succeeds JiL hitting somebodya respectable el derlygenn nnt preferred with his toy The female i through thE streets tickling the b5ro1iTffi line persons to whom she has not been lntrodueLSAnd nmpng our lower oVdcrsj who costvrmongthat delights hi wearing grotesquely bell shaped trousers with huge pearl buttons down the sides and coats with Immensely broad braid blndlugo and also profusely covered with pearl but tons as big as trade dollars New York Press NO TIME FOR FRIENDSHIP That Old Fonbloaea QwnHtyT Saul to Be Oat of Date Friendship Is said to be put ofdflto We certainly have not much time to spare nowadays even to reflect on what the rush and hurry and bustle of modern life ore testing us Now and again however there is borne in upon us the sad realization of the losses we sustain as we tear and scramble through what we Sow call life And Ia hot one of these the power of establish Ingclose friendships It is a sad reflection but the morO we think of it the truer we shall find It to be that we no longer have time to knit together those bonds of true friendship and affection which bound pur predecessors together and made life sweet to them We are always in a hurty rushing hero anti there We meet and knqw ninny people in crowds and yet never have time to understand them to glvo them or gain from thorn sympathy Wo can scarcely spare an hour that Is nn connected with some form of enter talmucnt or some business matter to those call our closest friends Letter writing has been reduced to its least common denominator tlmo presses on us heavily aud we have no pursuits that we can share with our s6 called friends that enable us to study each others characters Friendship In fact has become a mere term with the general run ofs people Chicago BecS ord i Spre Enough A busy merchant who had not taken vacation for years In which time ev ery othermember of his family bad en j yed an annual outing concluded to give himself a rest of a week or ttvo and started for the mountains When about a days Journey from home he received a telegram from hte wife to this effect destroysbyl unharmed Cone horn at once Kitui To this after reflecting a moment he replied as tollowstDili VAU Whit Is the me of coning whtn there Ji totnAto tot Take the children to mother iliyI there with them till II Join you and doat woriy Affectionately rxr- Youtlis Compduloh Douot gefscnrod If YOIr heart troull Hes you Mott likely you sufTer from pdlgefttion Kridrtl t Dyupopsla Cure dl gests What yot oat and Rlverf the Worn out Htsrnach polled reit Itlntnoohly prep rt knowh tiiut cnntplotelyl j ig sls alt classes4ff food that iS WIlY cures the worst os of liutUifiaVnflUil istomnchUVopblo error ovryihlsz ehlt iifla ffHlfwl It mav bo taken iIH ill wmill ibiiiRiind oaniKit help but doyctt U0 Uy au 1tobvrtu 3 E5J t IIit1 tf t SlRUfl McCi p Rr 7 lU1l1h q= d I Boberts 3IT pN= I FlirllshillgsI dr S v I Ir f Tr fv I IPJ jl t Beautiful iilCSiQf ftI r t f iitUACkErS 7f 1tt f j BIICAPES l it I II r ANDPUtSt i I ittt r N i 0 i IIiJ OLEANTSFoR NEWTON ANWfSFIJRSIt iIIMeChord RobertsonTI T t m Z t JNOYIMA ES IfOHNA M8YE8l8MM8i T f DndQftatars rIir ftttoaU Dealers parry alull Eja of fine Futniture Bedroom Suits ffi locking Chairs Carpete ia J tfl e Frames I m nndtertaking Department J Is complete in evptf detail COflin Caskets iid Burii1 Ir Robes always on hind GallsS risyre ted promptly inSbr lf Sprinoflefd Ky f 1eadTheiO With Buggies Phealons BnW COTS e nd Delving Wagons iribidi y UTi11 find sfifictly jfttrttifi andiup4odate We keeia war hjouse full of Vehiclesl from which ojae niay taSte d- aOUfSJJwe also handle tb0 l Jd Hi kxarj Wl i gon one of the bt in tjta irorkL BWUHBttMClUKMlur i s Il and alijkinds ojlarming Impfemento PEEDAKD V ASH 3Sf ltitttads J EEIssS L T OMP S011 at LAD j SIINGrIELDkSCI DaRt diMiVtit e km ifg 4 Irjr W a ie4 thed GWIJ 8 k tbnkaowi wan Of Gif MIR 4 airte rih e r f kWwy or ladder ti aubles AtiV dpetorpr dm ttet wilt ell you thai stich tsse ar ttraisdnlo FokMXklMY Cisj- ilycoet tei IIht e ieeo Izedby the mokfllt1l piiytieiu- g tw ttot bie4a4 alI4 10 donL15e 4loui or f tIb 1- 4tRb4r T tW3 h4th4I tw IDr Se P4I4I4 isl se- IFias wti- Thh tbiaasiM o SceinI t 17erh One cbtkfbe t aqs jlid- a 7 T1U EMfiP Ol1 M0SE WHTNE LLAO ormAEL Ps 44S 4MTWWITh IooILtc Hrr WII uipri Zt t be Tm 1 rrpeuiteiI baI1stLawCIHl aii SLatHU itJia1 Asluu4rpce ijce cfie Iuk of fcDIstrict is c6y ot Ang fo Moses Tbasa1iuette was a litorm cQn w lie IKk7the papIjiMtad teachers 4 4TYwIL each other Itt a attempt to fd giisjsiree to the question of one If MMll pupils nJjq gravely quo lie why of the lBipfentlSdrns i wI ernameuted tho liead of the reg1 ieatter oftLie Israelites as he Isr t vcpjcmcnied In this Masterpiece of III chaW Angelos S masterpiece y the wajrJvhJch started out to be a Jova or sD1ncJother flpt1i ofziIle brnlii but a wLi tbegreat12L1pteri1sLUIy abaped kite the IHieness iBt Popel Julius and irenea Moes Figl 40 years st as long as Moses ankjjhls people wandered In the wll 4enM8s this statue stood in the work shopot its gifted creator before the worM saw It but it types today the nniTjrsa 4jonceptIonof the great law giver horns and alL Itphas been known for centuries thoiifh that the translation of Habak kuKJ which says And his brightness wasas light he bad horns coming out etMs heifd Is Incorrect and the mis coniposIttIvp fl hJafC ImTcfo addliaaae k qarai anren as near1ns pIlebcdw inn be made Into cold Eng IlsbT The former weans rays the Ia5 mlasa rBprnB ana Tthenj you arr 1ftfeg Jeromelnrfendering bis face ihoenthe passage in Exodus gnu lt1 6 primitive meaning andmfstrans 1 mUon and has sent down to iis through theages nc1em css eorthrnbe iphls face wad horned Thus It seeis that a mistake stereotyped 1- nite remains to torment the yth frtig likes to know the vhyof things Just why artists and sculptors keep on perpetuating this Idea is one of the 1nrutnb1 ththgso 1ifeDu iuorc thiwi anybody else perhaps hrllsts cling totraditioh and since the great mas ten gave Moses horns it must be the proper hlBg to doand that is proba bly why he wears horns in modernftis w TInsouth side of the big sunflower clock is a gjgantlc bronze Moses byj Iohatis 1snd kekaa horns thatlooknot unlike those j ndferful bumps that Ben But leVs bUrketd us d fo wear In the Boston Igrkfyj John Sargeant the reapalBter iocia centerpiece to a procession ojt the prophets painted MoseSfwltti iullrfrgnt view and horns Ilkc Wesas steer and Infoldlng him Is a queerctmvciitlonal kindof drapery that looks like eagles wlng f In striking and pleasing contrast to these horned conceptions which the ieits Isae rnpced upon us jiud wWc w uiruccept is acopy fajfl nliSlMos py Piockbprst preI pntiagihr hang Miqhael sfrugI rilng with Satan tar the dend body of Moses which Is upborne by three little tols Tht Moses has instead of horns r vSan hift Sw flfe conceR d hejad rays f Jiht Which seem to mellow and feiftcnthe sten face bC the1 dead biwl erl PloclTbdrst faas painted real td rngels t o not fat little kids rlzedghteN nd bodies like beer htnns mis II11 I tnt which is in the library of con jvss is u present train the royalgai1 1zi TIn1ciUn turta of Moses from it pudgy little bu tdrj jrny Betbpcors height ome of them With horns and tome of them without 4 j lve of these pictures are of the baby In the waterinndlJnstout of It aadiha Itrads are as varied as thoseof Coluin tilL on tle exposition rastiige stauips I JUte of tii lei lobij like advertisements for hair restoratives and others as I though wics wpuld enhance theap pearanW of the baldheaded babies yhose painted faces look as jhany old as hfr batfy Moses had lived 44inui4w jLuJtisfertiythls author has horns that estcndqut from the sides of the bendly like the ears of a mule and representtly Ijtoses as striking the rock In wll dogiess iTljIsis a very funny picture onjwalf for he cambls have beads like hprf esLandthehorscs looktllke al moss apytblng that stands on four legs ticcpthg horsestThis curious Men of a horned Moss has not only been perpetuated bIpaintings coins and statues but has al Bb pasaed KustQr wltfavmany wrlfers ol acknowledged fame Grotlus for In Btance identlfies Moses with the horn 4ed TklnevWof Egypt and suggests theIoIhCtiOtfl9Ofl vas intended to ire mind the hiaelltes of the golden calf Spanhelui however stigmatizes the ef fqrtf hjtbis drttIop aprepost- erouw industry and distinctly nttrfb iitegito Jerome aveltab4 bel5ef lnlbe 4 hofnlof Moses Cruda Is the nis translation not one person 4a ten as the schoolteachers and jiuplta fountl out have any Idia why it Is that art lets and sculptors still depict Moser wIth horns Washington Start To L1ie Long VIrchow the German scientist 55 I the way to live long isto be born with a goodVconstltutlQn take earn of It when yotj young nIwny hay scmethtngdo andbe resigncdif yo flnu you caunbt accomplish all you wih1tqscasler lo llvelong with op 4por constitution titan to violate tJi ther Conditions and reach old age 1yThe taxidermist makes on honorable living at a skin game Philadelphia teord f Tk9RStIU TesgueshCould not express the rapture aijflel hiartfwen iDr Kings New j D1wYIIcured herofahicb yearsiadlay After taflotber remedlef and aoctora failed it soon re- niQvedtho pam in my ihest an can now steep soundly fomt thingel an scarcely remrabe tfbfrO befqrp I feel like SOUL ug 1s praises throu out ihf il uipeDr Icings Now Di veriapntcci to cure aa ftotbt v Chest or L ng P7i Oiici ldl jtIartII TriIbt3ttes fre Rob rtoms dru jr 1i440r i 4i gs Mn 1rYASTNE85 OF ST PETERS lTKt bjccti Appear Small In tlio iIGreatDuring arecent ceremony la St Tc Homo one cf the crystal chandc Ilcrs suspended from the celling5 Ingatf ato creak ominously tutU the pCGp1tbCit neatb it nastily scattered In a mo incnt the mass felland wasdashed lu to a thousand pieces on the floor belowr In St Peters a few days before whorf the workmen were suspending thesotcbandellersthey were tnklng tliqni loutlof piles of liumVercd boxes for SfPe te lirstI hiesbianoner fonts cnffircnt ceremonials cCordsup aloft aiid with iXese the cbandebti ers were hoisted to their placqs St Peters is so enormous that the eye there fs cori iiually deceived The chubby cherubs at the holy wjter font look to bo itlie slzeof ordlnarj babies yet they are nearly sQyeiLfeet tall and ra nan stahdlng beside 4hem looks like jka warf When the workmen were bohftlng these vchaudeilers from the floor a traveler noted with amazement that the masses of crystal were ovor eight feet high Yet when hoisted tomtheir places far up in the dim heights they looked about the size of a mans lhcad Workmen In St Peters are called sanpletrinl They take their name from the basilica San PIetrOzanoplctrlno pliirnl janpletrlril They iave a set of lofty scaffolds mounted oVrqllcrs These they move from place to pIece aboutf the vast church They arc not unlike our fire departments Water tdwcrs Ladder after laddcV runs up the scaffolding anti hy their aid they reach places Trout 100 to 150 feet above the floor Other Ingenious scaffoldings ore used for work on the Jn side df the dome Seen uptherc theMsanpletrhil Wok like flies crawling on tub ceiling The top of the dqnic 1f ab aoutL idouisy THE IRISH PEASANT He In the Gnycst Fellow In the World Unacr llfflctrttle Tim Irish peasant Is still thank aun what Sir Walter Scott called bin after the visit ptthe great novelist to Ireland in the early thirtles he Is slill the gayest fellow fi the vorki under difficulties and afflictions lieahas a cheerful way of regarding cir cuuistauccs which to others would be i nottpeasant met with an accident which resulted In a broken leg The neigh bora of course commiserated him Arrafa he remarked with a gleam of satisfaction in his eye as he regarded the bandaged limb what a blcssinglt Is that It wasnt me necktf Yes the Irrepressible1 Irishman has p Joke for ejery oQcaslon Two country men who had not seen each other for a long time met at a fair They lied a lot of filing to telj each other Shure Its marrledIJ am said OBrleni You dont tell me so said Blake Faith yes said OIBrlcn an Ive got a flue healthy bhov whIch the neighbors say the very pictcr of me Bialje lookc II for amoincnt at OBrien who was not tolsay the least remarkable for his good looks stud then said Och vClll Tvhats the harruui so long as theI childs healthy Auld yet n peasant to whom a witticism titus spontaneous ly springs may be very simple mlndcdv TIie peasants passion for rlietorlq 8tllllnduces thenrto commit to memo ry imposing polysyllables which they often misapply with the most amusing iuirt grotesque result t heard anurse maid pxclahn at a crying child In her nil tlm 1nolndilol rmsWl1euicver met your wan or thlnw A landlord Ip the south of Ire land recently received n letter front a upnt la the following terms Ycr Ilonnor Hopin this findr you In m hielldc5uNineteenth Century Lthe Song Clifton Bhigltnm the author of In Old Madrid Loves Old Sweet Song aud The Homeland once saidIThe liicfnicnt asoug Is put on thetstreets as wo call it it becomes tre mendoiisly popular You hear it eVeryl here Every boy hums it as he goes to school It Is played In every streettBut my publisher shakes his head sad when that day cmnes It is general the beginning of the enda boom wlilch dies away People get tired of h earing tin sni e song wliererer they go whatever the song may be nuB thug sonrof the barrel organ Is jibtiwel come in the drawing room So that he putting of n song on the street or gans means a fleeting fame arn then well too often an utter relapse antIcompleteobllvion MorplyvMtWlty tounnientI Paul Morphy famous chess pLay r once attended cliurqli In New Or ileans when tjii1 bishop oT a foreign dio c ese wasprcHcnt The young rector of the church Irad prepared a sermon iiI Jionor of his distinguished visitor the delivvry of which he tlrofl every one except time bishop jvho paid close attention Part of the congregation left the church Veil Hid iMorphy thaproaehettiiIs flue first Titan over wimoluadniL sense enough to stop nothing left hut a bishop Did It Wlt7i a Slain I am vellllrig jtp do ftuytliliig saiit the applicant for workl j All right Bajdi the hard heartedI mcrcliiiuit Please close the dodrbe thlnd you when you go outSomer TlUe Mass Journal foil AlfUe Client angrily I say this bill oursIs r ullownfigW robbery Great Criminal Lawyer who has won his clients cacSo was your crlme ij Well Ut kuiw tlint Uo Witts Wjicli Iliizel Salvo will lual n burn and stop th v pain at once It will euro rezomu nd ukui discasesand ugly wounds I sores It is a cnrtiiji viiro for pile Cotbiterfclts unity It oilPrcI you Sw tthnfyim got baorighial DjVVUtVWItcii- Hi zel Salve Havdon t Itoboifson Kob- t yspepsa iCr Digests what you eafc tndtdLnturestructinfrtbe exhausted digestive or gans It Is the latest discovered digfcst antand tonic 17o other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in permanentlycureDysepsa t Plntence Sour Stomach Natfceff SickUeadacheGastralgiaCranjpsnnd c al other results of lrtperfectdigestfon Prtre by E C Da Witt Co Cblcoco VOOD r 1 jwcct neene Yaw ait vorkits ov mote viJUt nip jobna1 tlift lliu uUTO nfi tin whta he as nnvd aot it nt gu vmu Imetilior tlt t the l4ttzi tiUIuj a tiller taat Iiun rci a4l lisa be vras gcrg to fire sr iv tBflibttliif vcuk Uv Bnd the wtily thflijj couidulo was to sit en n stool nut Kafnncea ruler On the end ofmynose S VoIU when heard the old pine say that he wns going itbCrc niel just laid llow to get eVeu And Ijdid botcher fe There nsa book agent what nd brett pestering the life put of the lti man and he was expectlug her to all again so be made n siunk and told jiie to tell her when she called that ad gone for good und waszft coming hack Well Just thC thls wife telcphbucd him that she i as coml jt down to tie office to see him about souietiilugtjnd he told tnetp full her wijpu she coma to takea seat and wafC for him Well saw my chance to get t veav So wlicn the book agent came In f told her that the old man had left Word tar her to wait for him Then wbcs his wife blew iiii told her that the old an lund gone west and left word for her tliai she neednt expect to see him agalii Geerusalcmi Maybe you think the sparks didnt fly then waited till the fireworks were over tlcn wrote ut me resignation balanced tthe ruler osn me nose for the mat time and left Detroit Free Press a In n Safe Place Among his trusted stud efiJcleht at taches in tim ofllco ot the street riH way1 headquarters Is one He also has h partnership interest in a north I tslde grocery After keeping cases cu carsvaud their cperetors acb day itr ihlikin waits on citrioruerK at tbLVgrb v usuallybnsyOne hi a hurry This probably ne counts for a slight oversight of Mr jMIIifkiu in filling an order for nllttloJ fat girl who came into stbtv as the kind iiearJted UllllUIn was aboiit ttf close the doors Mister MIMIkin my matiima sent oftera quarters worth of uiulrassls said the child All right little girl Lets have your bucket1 said the genial clerk With this the little lady handed over good sized Snbuffket BIr Milllkln dlsappearwl atnong some barrels and ftti considerable grinding he reap pea red y TIiei7 s n big measure little gut Do you Think yoii can carry itl Yes sir said the maiden ns she started toward tire door Little girl whores your rapnoy said MIHIkln as he followed up hIs cnn Qzuer tIn the bucket Mr Milllklh naive lly replied the chlld Columbus Din patch Prom Bha to Vorser A centleuianwas admlrinj his pi geons the other afternoon when ho beard n curious thud and raw one ci hls birds drop from a window ellij to the ground Turning round the gentleman was jjust in tiume in see a snmll boy In the llane drop n cutnpuitaHl run After a short chase the culprit was aught You youiig ficoundrer ejaculated t tne angry ownerof the pjeoii AVliat do you mean by xiojuiingruiid shobtliig my birds r Please sir I didnt tncan to do It w jta Comemttfl the gentleman 7iuStxitiaie matters worse I saw the bird fail and if you did not nliii at it r h riewPlease sir blubbered theboy the pigeon got In tin way II rasjilm ling at the winder London TitBtst CoIrt Eipnnils Tliom A civil ongineer who Is la Alaska ha writUMi lioirtp to Chicago tit tlio rails pn tlif Chlllcoot Pass railway expand with ilit Otild instead of contractiig ns llifT rtonid ix Kjipposcd to do A tPiupimitiri1 ranging front 12 jlcprecs to drjroe bnjow zero Kj would not appreciably affect the length of rals lbiH severer cold than that would De attended with expansion This In ocr taliily an oxception to n law of unturk illhcnjh Water aiirhiks as it cools degrees JP ia beached when It St gius to expand J An Itirerccov Just know she Is ten years oltlor than sin adiiiltaMsaid the Wbiimn with ttlie ibarj nose r rawr siaked the other half of the dub Why Rould Hhc bo letting that iti yparold klil nia e love lo her If shfr Wiiv as young its sIte prcteudai In dlatrappilK hrtsq TJtic uocoritant- rntlntnocvovj caut sleep nt nU it tumble and uiitil ghugDoctor Ilm Hints hind Let me sre your tongue After dinguosl Iliysic oily you nrumll right Pcriiaps yon worry over that hill youve owed tne afouIl BIrtrlt sony Icntlf to Crnj i liCKiui tlieenreeror criiie stili iiii tit fTnoiit crli hial TvUeti aiarrhit thtticcntid tlnicl Did your second wife lend ynh n5tmyVnsUid the ynipnihttk visitor Nut so iiiivfli tin tlie lltst tni lt was she who preferred the bigamy Charge Stray Stories If a girl has np5n iojit is clahgrrora tp give Lt r a bust Of Jinzart orVt pit hirV of Iterthovtin forjtheiith imrlor 1elningtil to the music route Atelilsqn ldipj Tliiv altlinnTs worn hy Iussinu err cers iire Hiadefofpiperiiiaduv Wrtrryrnn For MoneTllft drereplt old mgreas Titnn tie Iioratedmugs In place ofteetbrenlld oiday ipuui a Rentlpulali wflo1ial iMeii her eniilorrr iinil nunouuciHl illatij lae Bvlri ter pit iiieiTled hit arrlcUfluuUer esctaimed tha man Wliy Jlii surpflged lanf tbe chajige little sudden Yes tolaliy sudden but bettab late tItan irbber- Oli answered friend po litely laity iuv r too all to niiir ry I siipimwi If slit fallBiu love 15ut Ize tint fallen inlub Uulnff lo iiiarry for iiioaeyWsir castiertlly Yes salt hIt am de soleran troof Its motrey Iso gaged tot Billy Jones Wiry Billys only 25 and you niust be4 enhithtimi soliet 1zenow In Hilly fifty Uollnlwr a yenli for rent an Ix llnu tt marry hint ter dat ie f aoaiii Atlanta Constitution rnir r t1I a5rm L4rt Ctcttlaff Uejjtfr Fcr VInilcr To rpcct even tile necessities roU weather without hurry and worry wife and mother must be forebuuded as lirrtrtringIowwhen with only one pair of hands and the help of children or none at allshe must do the lasc preserving and pie kjlng of fruits and vegetables clean end rearrange the house and get the clothing of the family in readiness fore cohdweathi ecoaizeom every lar Only byi cotnmencing ently with ia pijll digested plan of operation and do ing everything with th least possible waste of time and energy cr gathingdone at Just right time but house cl Cl dogrocseanrooms least troubled with flies before it Is disagreeably cold but leave the laterBy sew ing can be sandwiched in between iie last named work and every one be made comfortable and safe from colds In making the most of worn qlothing anil In making new there are seVcnU oagso tions that deserve being passed along for the benefit of less experienc cd motlienvl EipbroIilcrIcs of PrcnoIiTropscn One of the timings J noticed ih the Parl3 exposition writes a Chicago girl fs the number of exhibits by swell FreucUwajnen These great la dies must have busy and skillful fin gers Especially In the decorative art dujrtnjent there were many original fnnd carefully executed works signed Uy titled names beautiful Little caskets by the Comtessc de BIcucourt a cash iou embroidered with broomHowers by Ibe Pincesse Radzhvill articles Jn gautTered leather by the BaVonnc- iVlSlphtal niilcltnlw paiuttifaus by- eth Marquise de tirollef elitist called Lli Comedic lu polychrome marble by tUeiucbcsse dUzes etubroldcry on Bilk by tlm PJincesso de iJrQglle ein broidery In gold colored silk ljiieDucliessc dEsUssacand many otheriarticles t t They Were not there fancy work Even tlie embroideries were so finely designed cud carried st pitfitedithe most fasti lldus of juries I won dcr bow titan of our mHHonairetuvs find society ders could do the 11kbI Women Ijnatttntca lu Qncbcc Throughout the province of Quebec voincns institutes are to be cstnblih ed lu conpectlou with the regularly or ganized farmers institutes The guy provhinglargea outt women lccrarers five of whom traveled about through the rural die triots last year speaking upon domestic topics and Industries The government Is working through the tnens lush tutos asking them to sti gest the n ames of ableand dfelmblf women In their localities to orginule and carry t6 the work systematically ithenicii 3 Institutes appreciate the Interest being taken in their women and each line pledged Itself to contribute a certain sum annually toward the expense of the movement At the woifcoulj insti iute meetings the faruiera wives and daughters discuss those branches of farm work In which they are engaged dairy beekeeping poultry raisjng n ail the like Next years prftgniuiaie Will Include Iessousjnttrohjigni tdmcflio1isTnbutier maklug anti the like TOts Slost Deaptlfnl Qu Queen lIchen of Iraly SUCP liar mar nge has boen couVMl red most boautlful princess Europe as she now the most beautiful queen It was J rhur beauty that won foj bertliu love cf e prince lulporlal through vhf iS she now first lady of Italy J3er fattier the king of no more lujportnut a realm than Moutendgro could liftrdlyr- bavo expected of her so great a ills tiuctlon iijtlibugh her ssten Is uiarrled- to GtanT Duke Petor of irut sia The present Kings unpojjufarlty lu court circles dates from his inarHapi to tH dplriuss bride The jeaibutyr with which he guards her hes Jldd to the personal dislike for the yotttig king so common among those lit hijfli place Whenever at court TaucUons or clMn1 t heir travels etlfiuctte rteniands that the beautiful Hvin should Wcbrted- by a minister or dieitltary of tlie town Prince Victor has invarfnblr iVfused- tbo honor permitting up piw tou nrp the privilege It Is ni nJle4Bto May that these tactics hare niudc bliii thor oliguly unpopular A n xynt rhotpnrii hrr At the oxhibitlon ii Horlin of piioto KrapliB under tlio ansplcrs Jrtaut lhibtogl1pbIe ai belnttoii And un der the patrpnaso of the jerajun cai ptVss tier umjer ty herself dtepJttri a most Interesting nnuibcr of photo taken during her JBUMi ya mrough Russia Turkey Palestine on the Itomlntlien uioort as well as soyernl fniully groups The photo graphs pro 4eantlrBl sifrciuKiis iI4 some an uiosi Intonating the stiotttceuits olid pictures cf gaunt shot by the kaiser lielng especially good well tlie fuuuthy reciuH hi vjhkli time roy elilldreiJ are tu be sceii at work nail fit iiiur IlnSsTipil 5jieect Miss AWlmin ItJi hafcrd to sinstI d Ont say Xo cant snft nor wait ttobe conxvd but tilt right dowi t thO piano and MIss p ionve flit o mpjny to Qnfl It out tar iLrmsoirva PhUmlelpliU1 tilLttlmi Laro ii IlN at n llnic wiititvensentu lUo liutvcU nut Mug ella iucu itin xcepr if tmti5 hut water thiefiluil bmoIidrsti5ati fursovcii rcnri vlnit bV IlilJ frililoroiiiUIIiil liitin iliit tljuc erjrtlitnKl hinrilnf but nover foiiml any TviItitCi- I5flYLMl until l uili CAblAUh hai Iu to tuifeIaaagt iiiai dIi fl aa rkiI WQI4 for ee1a usccntutt isuttu iiteItti 4t1ama LiIrsr ltuu811 Si DolruU Jiicli CAIJDV Rtatarxnio fltmant ralatablo Jotanu Tailo Merer b4clcn Weaken or ripe lOcJOcWc CURS CONSTIPATION ttad cut mirai a r Dont Tobacco Spit am Tour liFe Ansjr ro quit totcO ciistly nn l forovor bo uiRg nolle lull of life nerve vigor Sdjo Bactlio on for that roaUes realm ror cronirf clrugistmtOorht Curoptia ia teed liooHlefe end Kiniplo Jicdi AdJ itctrtHR UcmcCy Ca CUIcaua or Ww YAtJt To care roiiti 3ttoti rotrovet- TAUor ii Js tci 5 Ui1 i3 t lt o tt C he vuns drugtfjsla rvtaau k t i L 4tn IsIo1sM- sli L 1I 14 i WI Sikill cr8 Nerve 1 due to an acid poison which gains access tothe blood through failure of the proper olllltCfio JoI115Iorgans to carry off and keep the system clearof alt morbid effete matter This poison T T 4n tnostintcnseprRheumatism davsabeaJtIne van oritwaybe slPw developing with slugl4v ndeming pains just seseteenougli to mn4e one ft uacammtlfortabte thetadencymn auth casem is to grow worme and finally become chronic ALtke other bood diseases Rheumatism is often inherited and axosure to imporcoldwantof propsfood unstfficcnt clothing or aumyfluing calculated to impairihe healt4mwill fre uent1y caimseit to dereIoiin early life bot mnre often not until middle age or later In whmitever whether ciite or chroni inherited i Rheumatism is Striety a Blood Diseasetandarid tie liniment and or other external treatment can reach trouble Neither dt the preparations of potash battconstitutionAt remedy whichbuildatip the general health and laie rids hesystern of the poisotii ederfuolvents neutrm4izeshqi t o systemfandeeptlieblood u a pure healthy statt air 9 lalby t7ftV Street mndiannpo1hapid for righters iotcrulhiy a5itced he maa unaithe to or drcsu hbnaelf Doctors said IiU case was hopeless lie had tii1 fiftyiwo prvscriptioni that friendi 1udgtveut blat without the s1ightes relief A few botUcs of 8 5 curod and lie hi hailperuiauenUy ntyer a rbemnnatic pali ctoce This was five years ago We will Ecndifree our special book on lUicumatiBm which shojild be in the hands skindiseasestiilly and freely about j our case We make no charge whatever for this service Address SWIFT PECIFIO CO Atlanta Ga 1ILEY Go rENNY J A EDOE WM P Purnisu Vice President Secy and Treas Accountant LEXIGTO IYESTET CO f LIBNUN BRANCH is ADDtMS Manager OUR GRqWTH Pad C ertlieIoldorsto September 1S08 JL 5 631 60 rf Ii Ii May 1100 ll Zj lilv 72000 00 sibyLivs Insurance Companies pa large sums to the few of their members who We pay n small6rsuin tc all of our tnemiers astheircoupnsjflieTime tcxdijftoii Investment gtiarantcesto pay to its members three dollars for every on received from them The Lexington Investment Co jsan in provemcnt over all other plans ofln vcstineiit Cos Bcansc it morepays money j5 Because after tie third pavmenf the Itncnibcr is eligible rcceiye a cash iincome Which increases lila payments in the meantime dccrieasing Until certificate iskilled 3 JJecaubeiit redeems its coupons in a regular consecutijc xjrder anf has no so called nur eral drawings or lottery features attached to itby which itiscssilie tcfavor the ftw theespense otheiriany4 Because three maybtaiuio 033 l remaining con pens being redeemed tlcreaftcr in their regular order 1 Lifeimsnreh memberipT SCOTT M4yES Locnl Agent at Springfield A RLJSJNF Vt Pi E D U C A TIOI N ymnmnmnnOryounglbsmportanceBRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOU ISVILE K BOOKKEEPING SKORTHXND TELE SR PH for aaatif book sessic lio vacations students can Lcic3riarncd if wo fail Anyoio pending skdtch and description of any invention will promptly receive our opinion jcon corning the patent ability of same Jffo r to Obtain a Ifatcnt cent upon request Patents h without charge in Send for sample FREE A dress VICTOR E AIS Patent Attuicy Evans uildirtg5a WAE15NCTO1 D C IAV- Ef mm A TIN TAQS 2 Star tags showing stars printed side of tag Horse Shoe T M3ool LuckCross Bow ad r Drummond Natural Leaf Tin arc e ual eecur L lag prenta mentioned bplow may bo asorted Eery turin woman and child can find sonicti ag tho lint that would liko to have and can Intro 3ESS TAO3lJKnlfo one blade good steel SeUionXHtncliM s CLIiati8ctKnlfoForcan v Silt and Pepper Set quad rnple on white meUL i1k trench Briar Wood pipe Basbr sue L s puuerKUpleplamebCattLlit7I Bagtr triple plate Wt quality Stamp flnx rliBRillTCrr IIss Knlfo Keen KUUertiroJbUdct U Butcher bisdi Knife Keen Suiter 8n l1 SbfariVKeen Kvter Wacb dI Kts Cracker lad PIcks tllrer 1malIArsodaiionbesiquantyt60y Genuine Roger Teaspoons OarTerIS000 steel Six Genuine Rogers Table Spoons best plated pooJi 41i51Kfli c IllustrAted aistspecie iu bi ia ps hrtiims Write l iiv piowifltimtbe mailed toyou FitBB The sound Is hi tivi yur en at anv tjimc free expensePatent consultedbycopy J CO I tin smalL on under 4 lags of valuo in an v on they 30 rosSix each Gentfne Knlrci nd 250asOauendarThermometerT Gnacau leather no better made Berolrer double action 3IIiorSScallber ier7IItemlcctoa nifleNo422orS2calIb ia Jewtiedj250ianddnrablo SeirtngMachlno ant iiwttb all 1SOOnKetolTersteel Cotts16stuot Guitar rosew004 IS1IISDJ fhandwoms Wtncbeaer sect Ona gauge n Remington dooblebwril bammer Sbotflnn or gauge JLBenti3 doablebarrelbammeruesa330 M 0 RegIna box i3 inca utacsxsj THE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30TH 1900 1TBEAIL IN 3LIND Stoat a dimqs worth of STAR PLUd TOBACCO 4r will lout longer and afford more pleasure than a dimes worth efay other brand TI TSTIv Send taps to CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO St Louis Ma jj5i II 1ndtheeop1e ITnr oebeIToyIor eontet 0 0 0a JUST PUBLISHED II I S5SSISISIiic II S S i iciue tm gttKst 0I11t1f41 fIhtot lht ctntsrv en wWcb i1i itatlotis eyes were anfl ar yet tUflitdaas I JBy BE HUailES F W 8CirAKtTlt S Ianti L VILLLtMS Ooo Xargo Octavo Volume Over 100 JlluitraUons Cloth Eitrm 175 i By Mall Postage Paid on Receipt of Price C S i This work the production of threo 0 Louisville newspaper men who have well performed their labor In tin un b fiasco manner glvlngr a full vivid S end truthful account of the most s S tookPlaceInS Incidentand ofhlnterya will bo used S comeFirstClass Address 4j THE ROBERT CLARKE COMPAHY PUBUSHERS I os1 33 id BSwEast 1tourtH Street CKcJM U Oklo Eczema ijtchlnft Humors Pin pies CJufcd by B B Bollli Frecfoiufferers Docs ycut Skin Itclr or Burn tistrcssinj Er ipttpns on the Skin so you incompanlJoScabs Hair or Si alp Save you Eczema zl Skin Sore cd Cracked Rash forin on the Skin Prickling juiui the Sikin Boils Piriples Bdnelairis Swol len Joints Falling Hair All Run ZatinSorestouts of E zetna and Imourities and Poisons in the bloort To cure to stay cured take B B B Botanic BIdod Balm whjc iinakesthe blood pure and rich BB B will cat eithe sores to heal itchingrof eczema fo stop forever the nlcin become ctear azid breathswe t BBBjrttthe en Si cOy you have been looking for thoroughly tested for 30 years Our readers tire advised to triB B B For sajc by drofffrists at SI per large bottle sb large bottles full treatment SS Complete directions vltli each bottle Iq sufferers flay Lest it atrial butt given away Writ for it Address BtOOD BAI M CO Atlanta Ga Describe yourlroublc and Tree person el medical advice given AfterjVI sullejcil forlhlrly irears vrith diitr- rjlioia and bought I pa t belna euro l S John St HaUoway fYd rich Camp IiHss hud sptintso- Mfti time nid ponoyjnnd flnffercdyo- Kh limit LliaUgivcn op nil IIOPO of uorory 1 w ssoI olIo from thfrcRbets- f tliii Marrhcea that 1 cpuW do ndkincl tr1abuicoulit not cyrti travel lint by- irHdent was permitted to tfndi bottle of Clambcrlalns Cnllc fthnlera anu- r iniihEn Roirie lyanaftertakliip sflvX oral Imtilcs am ohtiiely ciirml cf that trouble J am sr jjlcasd with tlio Vcsnlt- lint I nm anxlonv 1mt it be in reavlrtjf- byiaJ Kasa TUllIn all Its etisoi ba clcentoca i Ely s Cream Balm Jtarisestootessiidbt3is the discaed aembrniO cnrcs aftanh catl Urlrris atrr a cold It the besS qulcit7 Crcnml3alm pisecti taco ma aprasds isyertlio meinbtmc aijfdla abeoibed BJef irs pedlatcjBud a euro f Ills not dtyln jaotprodoco eaeizlns Large Size ceat at Druj istscrbymsfl rlmSlzm i5entsbymaiI r ELT BaOTHBIi35ftiraTcn Street New Tofc Etlqnette Iu ien Hero is a cqrlotis extropt frprnthc court regnlatlon3 of the Hafliurg foi tllef year 1G2 On the Itliiuettt lie ob served by oflliers wlieh Invited to the royjil table The regulation begins py staUiiy that olileyrs luywlly bchavo der suchclreumsfnncds with great no llteiKss and good breeding like true and worthy cavaliers hut that the XinpiroF thinks It aieccssary to the following directions for the use pf lnxpcrlonccd cndcts fl Offtcci1 slioukFomo to thopalac6 knudsen Lly dressed ayd not enter the roam in half drunken state 2WIcnthiiynre at tahfe they should lot iockab6ut on their chairs nor sit b ickjonil stretch out their tc 3 Th y should not drink after vicc nouthfu aq by so dIag Ih6y kill scon Rot drunk ifor drink more than half ft lasS at n time aiid boVafe drinking lljey should trtprc itliclr lips aniJnim iUitblos r f 4 Th y should not put their hamlrf itt the tlisljes iwr thtbtr bones ilbder thctabk KV f5 Th y shbulivnot lick ttht7itt gilts nor dink so brutally as p falJoCt their chi ira Tit For Tat A edo rated but very vs In and over bearing Fninch palnteVOn Paris had a pot dog ht was jtaken and he haij thv aul city to send for one of the leading hyslcln3 In tho capital ott the assdinptfoiiithrtt votertiinty suc geonwa pot good enough for the vat unblc g of so great a personage a himselfi s Tho pi yftlclan who lund oceh boflored with tin summons was ar fluittt trl lied at t ic Impertjnenee of the notloii but soot recovered hs eqannhnlty finct returned the following message tottlio knlbt of the brush JWoW M M bo Rood enough step ovt ri to rayho as r Irjiyo ft Couple jt new window shuttersythafr wanlpa ntlngVr itlUount 5inc7 Mount larcy tfii Ughes rnoiintaltt In Vtllroiidackfi Is vrrr utica sy with vol ante tendency Thls mount iii te one o the curiosities of thi Adiron dack sc Lion and It s salrt t0 be thii first mountain In tub TrpHd to linvo rt celVcdJlle cooing hrwzea aftult tbo chaos pf rjbd nnd to this fact is nttrlh uted the cotithuiiid saluhrityof Tirr neIl gout nil hwUtbfuimjss of tlio Adt rnndak W4nntahits Gee vhlzS Tint blamtMlfwiifch yr Woliped again What inirTJiwfnt Uiurl jtj 9 left thtug for hhn to IXV IT charged mr W rtucTsnld Itrpucl work like cl arc novS V Vflli In ilonhtlcss jneaiit rtcfe cbnrnuaPIthlmlupimta Pres Snake i cf trir Krxca abopncl ntfce 9 matriv mujlra Sfojistcr lItnrt4 r tliere ffr ucnsprhng It aittj Se fi The tilt Ifjarrf is abowtlS iOcbetr loiig nn mnrtkcj a 9ois lifct thet biirk of toy tffttitvt r ft4ajjaji Mt cffibbinTtp TheBcst Ne5papeipubiJjj n ttte re d ncecf t NZSLEADER Iqibicifibef ffipfrAca W subs xibers and oldonei whoyete we have at flOIlttletroub14 pense made arrrtgeniteatg lsre 4number ot magazhtieg n flewaputhiers bfethMatjeayreduced rates In 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