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dihadowstUngt Strike spajrks that quiver out a frosty gloWf E dingl the white task of a nights gray fitting The spinning oftbe snow Hattie Whitney in Truth rBED IN OLD KENTUCKY 1 The controversy about the rthplace und early girlhood ofrrs Nation th woman of the hour whosecrusade against the saloons ia Kansas has attracted e Attention of the country ap ars to lsettled Col W H Polk the LexingoH newspaper an has received a letter from re Nation in which the tells ail about her early lifejiu Ken cky She writes that she wqs born in Gafrard county on the banks of Dicks vitver and when she was six years of age her father moved with his fatnilyio farm in Boyle county oh y two mile from Danville Mrs Na hogtrstock to Cinoinnai before there was a railroad Mrs Nation ys she lived only a short time iri t Boyle county from which iice she family moved to Wood ford She is 54 reai s of age and- o e oldest of eight children and ofIls Mrs Nation says she Jived for atima with an aunt Mrs Roberts at Perryville and atten ded school there The letter closes witlian appeal fhe Ken City women to organze an army f Hon e Defenders and to fight lor themselves and dillm dreq There is not a legal ed saloon in Kentucky ex claims the great crusader Saloons are conspiracies aga sSl the constitutions you dod your darlings Omy heart is almost barstiing with grief fo- rouMrs Nation intimates that nothing would give her greater pleasure were it not that her time iis fully occupied to bring her hatchet down into Kentucky and do a little business but it is more than probable that her wifd career ill have been checked before she gets so far from her present ase of operationsn 4cY NGOOD SHAPEAfter some inavuidable delays incident to the starting of new machinery the new electric light plant iis now in good running order andI the management expects to give good and regular service from now on The incaudes ant lights are to be run all night and the midnightJThet on again at 430 in the morning i for the benefit of pers hs who t1takethe1ll1g4tlately atid thrp66plel are vUleht apIPrec6 as well as to take advantage 9f ajgreatconveniecce 4 j T T BATThe farmers of JL04 this county are becoming uneasyabout the prospect for a wheat crop lh1seasonlhe winter it is saidhas b ep esP I daily hard on the wbOatn1 Iin some places it is probable that the wbeat will be iinarned under and theground planted in corn It itt b V hoped hoWever thattha trr isi asHs some7 tltbii the case nddaly alarmed jmditbt the czi plll yebcoofe r iiIl Ctj but of the kinks and makea- oodyeidg DOES IT FAT TO 5D5T CHEAPO A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you want something to relieve and jj ure the more severe awl dan addJyoudoregular climate Yes if possi blle if not possible for y uttben jin either case 4 take tbe ONLY remedy that has been introduced all civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung troubles lI Boschees German Syrup Itlnot only heal and stimulates tbe tissues to jestroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy expectoration g Ves a good eights rest and cures the patient Try Ole bottle Recom mended many years by all drug byHaydonEs Dale Arcot Tenn writes Have used lr M A Simmons Liveri Medicine ears I had what the doctors called Ul ceratlon of Stomach It cured me sound and well Would not give one package of for a dozen Black Draught like I used MACKVILLE From our RaznLar Corespendent James Cochran bought a nic 9 combined 6jearold mare of Jeff Matherlj for 65 Will Arnold bought aNo 1 combined 8 year old mare of Georga Powell for 90 Born on the 15th to the wife of San Campbell a fine baby girl Born last week a baby girl to the wie ofWillSweeney- WiIlbut Peter has a n ice fresh jJersey CDJV for s lie GJI be bonghtfor 525 George Powell sold James Cocbran a live year old mule for 85 Bob Hatchet bought a horse of J A Simms of near your town for frO Scyter Bowles bought a 3year old ovule of Aaron Tumey for toSweenEYYankee Charlie Tumey sold a 6 year old horse to FranK Brown of color 60V- Henry Isham bas rented and wed tothp Lee HSaU larra- Uied on the 21st Mt s Meacy Sweeney of consumption after a lingering illness Funeral services were conducted the follow ing day by Rev E P Couch at Depp Creek after which the remains were buried in Deep Creek cemetery A successful meeting closed at the Methodist Church Sunday morning which has taen in progress for the past five wepksI tbeing conducted by Rev Neal ot Lexington and Rev Humphrey of this place Harden Robertson the druggists will refund you your money if you ot satisfiedafteruing areIStomach and Liver Tablets ure disorders of the stomach ness constipation and headache Price 25 cents Samples free W ANTED Several Trustworthy 1or ourlJusinel8cqttitlesat home Salnrvstr light 8900 a year and expensedeflnite bona findo no more no less salary Monthly 75 Refer tLorupetlonvolopevrtment t hlo Notice of Sale By virtue of a warrant from Hon C E Sapp U S Collector 5th District Kyyl hereby OtTer for sale the real estate of Ben IWashinAton4fc acres more oi OPS and adja ehtttoithe lands of T B Wilson oh north and wes John Mclll voy on south and Taylor Ferril on the east to satisfy taxes due the Government for the sum of 115599 with 5 pbr cent and costs Sale to take place on the premises March 15 1901 at about 11 am This 22d day of Feb ruary19Qi C R C tPEE- DfletyCollectot 5tb Dist Ky 1eiuii mood peep Nitbe3utyWjth bitirriDgJ tobanishtakisCeerLnaut1tction guarsnteIQe2c6Qt MOQRESVILLB From Our Regular Correspondent Peoplefhave put up ice about 8 or 4 inches thick Logan Boblett has pneumonia as has also little Nannie Shehan We hope they may soon recover We thavet saolfljrr ies within the past weekfMisses Callie Reed ot Blinco atnvisited Misses Stella and Nannie Ellis llast Sunday Mr Charley Shehan and Miss Maggie Smith isitd Mr Warren Pile and ftmily at Siuo ras last Sunday Mrs Susan A Goatley gave a dance Tuesday night 01 last week A good attendance and everything passed off pleasantly Mr Barber Scruggs and wife of WHlisburg visited her brother1m jMr Ike Lynch of this place las Saturday Luther Boblett has returned jfrom Louisville Several of our people attended MondayCBob and Fleece Payne off Frederickstuwn spent last Satur Fdplace tiJetsonsale of Mr J L Moore near Bardstown Saturday Misses Josie and Sane Shehan have returned to their home at Maud after a visit to MrsI Troutman Mr Will Boblett and family have the grip Mi s Pearl Goatey has returned to her home atVa1teyl Hill after a pleasant visit to Mr EjMr Preston Moire and sister Miss Nancy entertained their friends at a dance Friday night in honor of their guests Misses Rosa and Matie Snider ofelson county Araotg those pre ent were Misses Rosa ana Mattie Snider Fairy Lyddane Flora Wall Alice and Ida Boblett Mary Hays Stella and Nancy Elite Katfpj ESie and Nah y Moore Ollie Cull Messrs Al bert and Jessio Washburn Dave EElSeay Huoert Virgin Will and asit Cull Jetson Lyddane Jim Benedict Luther Boblett Owen and John Ellis Jim and Preston Mocro Burnett and Albert Wall Lawrence and Richaid Trent Palmer Chea balI and oLh rsI Romatic Marriage Fur a tong time Miss Etta 5endleybeen carrying on a correspon1 dence with a gentleman named IIL S1rncsota says tbe MadisinviUe THIAT8ST IYou can cough yourself into- bronchirfspneu mania and con s siimpilon Bandaging Land bundling your throat will do no goodYou must give your throat and lungs rest and allow the cough wounds to heal There is noth Ingsobadforacough jug Stop it by using AversehtvwPtoratEven the cough eafly A consumption is cured 1 And later on when thetI disease is firmly 4 youcan jug rest and I comfort every case A 25 c t bottle will cure ne cqughs and ispetterof bronchitis and weak lungs the one dollar size is more economical for chronic cases andcpn sumption Its the size- yotishouldkeeponhand All families ought jto been the uatclj forsuddtniittacksof croup orscutolungtroubles ETefJconn try home In land holUd keI c3erryPectoralcosetsstlyonaneto emergeacyJosIAx Dec HolIapdMfcV a J I Hustler Tnough tbeY had bevefsei each other a strong attachment gjeems to have sprang up between them through the medium Of the mail which cul minatedi in tftieir marriage a few days ago An appointment was uladeby which the lovers were o meet in hicago iMiss Pend lley left jasti Sunday a week ago or thatpla e Mr Pinches was Lo frnatte ove tteirlove was fanned i untoing a ljcen e a minister bound Ithem toge her IP bymeuial ties After the edding they left for the home of the bridegroom in Minnesota Miss Pen31ejs marriage was quite a surprise to her associates around Norton ville where she was a prime favorite with all She is charm lug and in1elligeutoung wo an and is a sister of MISF Mattie Pendley the Nortonvill postmistress The tndegrocm is said to be a grain merchant ii good circi instances fttfs This We oflbr Ono Hundred Dollars Reward foi stay case of Catairh that cannot beI COle by Halts Gatorrh 0 re J CHENEY CO Prups Toledo O FJyears eve hun perfectly honorable in all Bus iness transactions and financially abiBto carry out any obligation madof their firm WEST TTUAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo WALDINO KINNAN A MAnvix Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting dlraotly upon the bloOd and mu coug surfaceo of the 3stem Price 75c peimetilalsbottle freeMThe best method ofcleansing the liver is the of the famous little pills known us De Witts Little Early Risers asy to tae ovec gripp Hajdon Ii obti ertso thWikpickupi Jhe vital force of man in hisi rundown state and binds him to h ealthandjcngth by recuperating the brain regulating the action of tboeart and nourishing the Nervous Systejn REPORT OF THE CONDITION OE THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SPRINGFIELD KY At Springfield in the SUte of Kentucky at the close of business February NO1767veESoveOES Loans and DLscountsJu WU8I 20000PremiumsStocks securities etc Banking house Furniture Fixtures yiDuei i 83DuWpuqfCDll85JnternatISOOtMerchandise1185083NotesFractional papercurrency nickels and cents J 932 pAwrcrLMoxaTpecie 162700CUgal ender notes 64jOO iurer1Si Total2700a3 jIj cforor ITLrtJESi i OOOOOSurplnsUndivided profits less expenses 697421tfntionl11 0Due05Individual BlineH69i6LtablJltiesstated 97135ir Tobf yf f3701U5 27j1 t Sun orKij rucxf cov rr or Wuni83J wInamed b4llr d6 Solemnly svrear that tbec above statement is tru6 to tUo best ofmy knowledge and belief k C1ttrEtROYbS1 Subscribed and sworn to before me t11a 23d dayof1 February KytOoutxcAtteDtbJOhN W LEWIS SIDNEY OREBN Directors F at OAMPuELLth THd claim of otner Tough medicines R to be as good as Chamberlain a are eiGFednallT set af resf in the folrbwlng tcutnhohial ot Mr C D Glass ail msbye 6tBarJctt Den1i5 o G T 1di 1wjner Me He s idulhad kept addfrig ito a cold and cough in the winter ofJ1897 trying every ciiigh medicine I ft hcaVd 6f withbul cLi9fIJMrtrj ChaipberlainsCQugh Remedy and offecji tVpcy back ray money if I wase riot cuted My lungs and bronchial tiube were very sore at thilittime but was completely cured by this randitwwhen fgot a cold and isooiffifti relieff ratIo recommend iiI to icy iriendsfind aS glad to sajr it is the besV otjall IdA MI3dHderAtaHdia Mikuri erstoodvsysemso disease d It llhF to1eyi l 9 hcaHh when othcrC IItiHctu eliJailed Take if 6 snUititutc W fWiinaU1 ILLSBORO j Froni Our Regular Cot respondent Several of our citizens attended county court Mondiy Miss Mattie Begley has re jturned howe alter a pleasant visit with Misses Hose and Annie Kelly tOj ar She naker has retuhieii orna trip to Indiana VWill1leStnday Mk Mattie Dragoo Is visiting her sister Miss Lzzie Fitzgerald Mr William Shewroakor near t W i Jiastweek He has since moved iiein with his father at this place Mr and Jtfrs John Leachman zave the young folks a singing Tuesday night Mrs Sue Williams bas return t d from a visit to her brother fro James Dudgeon near Texas Mr T W Sutherland iWa he siik list Rev W Ezra Sutberland will ifreachS unciay in March Subject A jModel Church Member Every memteris earcestly requested to be preseotI 1lclerttlhjveralse Johnnie fielley jMissto Illinois b visit her aunt Mtfs Sue Wilbaii bom gave the youns ople i1KeU fashion dance onday Which was well attended QfUESTldN ANSW RETJl Yes August Flowel sill has e largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world ifbnr mothers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else r Indigestion or Biliousness Uodt rswlfre s a ceandttiev seldom beard of App Jdrcti5 Nervous rostraticfa or Heat iFailure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop f rmntaoYundi l tre thstedof the lver stimulate the iiei- avpus ann organic action of the system aid thatfs all tbytuokl hei feeling dull and bad with Ueadaches arid other aches You ly nerd a few doses pTGreens August Flower li11iquidJormI to make you satisfied thereof nothing seriou the matter with thouRobertson fI ept tn The Court RobrVi ifl John L BDsley fprmerjly ilg tmaster a Paris Ky Wks i jnviftted in Iffre Unifetf StaieJB Court this morning fembeJlt ing 383 12ot them ney orllVr Ii funds of tbe oftlcewbiltriui harge He is JtMbre to a penIgitentiary sentence arid a heavy fine Judge Evans will not sot m tence him until laler Bosley XpOCt5 to pbilsoThe evidence Sb Wed thatt n os1e Vho is prominently cotfr w nected vaS in the bilof idk B g 1U sums of money from the moiey order cash and utt = ing iin to slip chareing lhimself r itl the Amount On the receipt J bft salary as postmaster he would make good the dedclen cy Hi cttsretCqwastntbe lanew n6tWg tiuthowthejji2 tlthercwasnoe himselfi l had uestN8b fo investigation of the office an dsa at tie shortage had been made oqIVh n the jury brought 1nMt Verdicti there yTik an affecting it cene betweetf Bosley atdhisf b ifel Bilhwept bitterly Thhe marshal hal to tort them outt thfJ mended Mr Bisley to thei teercyofdoTnotOxpectedi that Mrv tey bad the simp aihyipf every body in Uli e couri T robm the District Attorney = ho is even Said to be ifriend of blsV J rth jbry held ttf the strict letter oltth llaw in this ois9 and held sk Bbsteyrep6aslbl9for theshoif agd because hoW 3 thebeiwiof Lbo ibffic With the evidend scpXed iirregularities d dareU osntssS i In tli mtuiagmJfc t ff pfllic iii was n r carly rovehtht BdJe tOO Ji Mfy o- LibonTwiLti Ir i- ppropritIng fIt IN t 111W AufrI i = ev- idence show d that acTdesiSi to st atehten ot any irrecuUritK vi in cashLdjllh t i II1 Iijj t j I fTodaTi toSti arrrcumstanljon ttterg athea controls her own property t tn ti9r nstitsbet Wales an Actress at ended tb Mlae resentTb 4thoyere uwLiediin jalThi is lie 1r ilieitthat bits gro rn otttolVh hight rbat4inJ it cIteUnder t1new Army Bin General tiba t risio bjeretfny is iollepral nd Gsnei4J I Ujcb Ie and JanVes H Wilsou Brl adler Genterals afcdI mill ald asII iriU crfllng the coKlec Ie 1oc5A baker ppeared n aFarisi court to ba erf woman sued for keeping a rblddjYbicb h S aimed bad bithim indcna ing m with ra jies When belwas through WI h his complaint tbe theLdgesjhUfmouth a se 6f false teeth oi psinprcp rations often fair tCTe eve it11rgest because thy can di gest only all aminonf foods There sfrfe prep rat on thrt digests all class o food and hat ia Kodol Dpspepsia cfnre It cur Is the worst jcase pf Indfr gestidn and gives instant relief fot digests vha jyoa cati HavdonRobec sariH rch RdWoJudge attesnn this morning rendered ibis deCisTon in the 8I nol lug the warrIn JactttjiOpS f inI be cclort3cipt1st Tir r Church rhe trouble iQS be lwerltbt members part ol whom Va itod Rev Bollini for irfst I and tbeidlbes de siring tb t Rev Hurdle shouldi guide the i in tie path s of right j ousness So obstreperous be came the lwq factions that the f Po1i ewete ca1leI upon tq eU itie distil bance Xa injunction as aian ed to the jfaclibui rep resented V BollingT and natlici t jCtJ e a5e idJopn itc m HtS before Cl cult Judge iYttymeThd tes inpny Was and fee dud caused much lii ibter 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emrestoi horliW to anqbuncft 3ipa caa4da eor too pemocratio Itrilaittoii fi r tepceBentativefrom WiMbincio c satyr November else tba 13Jt EDl Atlyi Y whg original y i fhie froai be hills of Motion t countY but bff has recently ac qgJr d tje ti tie ot Kinx of the C c fatebjocs jn h8 cityi of Louis k tfeHI iihB q 9trJtl figure iu iI- fcasavtlnarc afie in the LoQlsville- ftyurt t A vey together with l 3fe nits a ntittiehoitits sateljitesi- cbnspicujoj among whom isn Waahijjgjpfl iouuty sport f Jby the rrayl t1 is ctOn lghtippraIng erTb O the en had been tried twtaat sjjtw vach tne case against s J tu Iv 1W ascall d The kr yc llQin s 1bi a sensation ii61ti ttt Juci i ytir t1timploses IJ ttJrvWl o id alsoQeep in I f4 and 1H tuftntd States ttitlbince IqlWf case wag in againstgAve taiYij Q yastir prlrtcuc Af er the verdict Alve through11is attpi titi tttitlkn t k D2fp a psraon spa aMdiiitsncHs rgih a most iensa Lion cond s ti ncf affaifsi in tne ritntihtatSD of the Jeflter + e c cgil c urc 1lrt y ra r G0 C Cd he e t1monvof f men whp haib eftln his employ and welre all sty under indictment The psnatn linear inytlieirafllda V is t a ie farJtei through Atfrn Pty B a O Kvuiead entered frt ii a gsmen with the ta 3 lvek and another gambles Yltfndtctedo dismissi iheuf stab J kept Altrd i nn Pdffiljr IiI s trh i rytre df tail a c3 nt o 1 contQrencesw a x C ttUiiKl41t bata d and they 5al t ojU ore hrdt jJ iJ ens nail gedtooo1n Kin ke unii b ndticrtng which 1ttJi y a yti Jonnii to in ie tHemJtp sign fnf falaev swear t Tnoy occ atipnally do nego lands un io1 coal norther tit tjv rufjnds tan au3J othef nrprth tJrja lStatei Georffr Wird a k nerp vho h ac cfarifessed to i tf s tide pf aas Td runkelstFll z ectter tu st kettfront ail t rre 1ljpti3 ittdt a b ff mpb anli Migekife a iTYrfd t fhis H f feti ard 6afnetJ Ther yrico siijif abjiti 8000 a th ra wars no effor attar s Qi fit the dri5ntr t pith rlu by fcrill y Jltuwlfcr Ot 19a + het feli l tr 1 ite st fiat p lpoanbl l rtrsnucty llte braWih tpctplt dp a r t i rIf t l ba4y t laTe bra ght il whlcii hasvr toes HBT over SO yewr lass bole the signature awfc tS heelmado under Wa p r a irirl lna lsiBfan IWO otw fdectai yobtIo ts AU C wmUrfeit Tl ltwiB anttist alil ikls are but Kcy rh eiits that trifl with wrfidanga health oPei Jmfute JWMI CkildrcnExperlcace agabait Experiment i WhtIS C TOilACfc- 6teria I i is ftikrmless lSttuto for Castor OUr Pare fpirlc J roiifia Soot llSyrupsi It is pleasant ItGr Contains neither Opiun Iforplibao riot other Narcotic substance Its ageisU ftiarantec life destroys Worms t wid Days Feverishness Zt cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Iatulency It assimilates tIle food regulates the Stomach Gild Bowelsr giving healthy anti natural sleep ae Chllirca 8 PanacThe SJotiicrs Friend Il1Y Pj a r CENUI NE CASTOR IA ALWAYS Biatl the SLgnature of t e M You Haie Always Bofht- H In Use For Over 30 Years TrrHtCT i I LISBURGt1 Fromto Pegjitu Ctt jsporfent ibfi JM rW HyattKana wijfe have returned from Bloomfleld- JMrV jWv G tabs and wife am- yii tin f fiend in Anderson Ccv JDr ilark Seth g land ol Itos Hitlavastbecguests of friends at this place last week Messrs James sod Austin Cheattham whp haye been in ilhnoi for the past two years are ylsjftibgtheir parents at thi i place jMsWlck Sbely ot L luivlup is visioni j Ler parents Itvtthis ptICei Jr4J Sutton has returned from Op15j11 We ave3 bnherlaadat tb is rl place who is a pnysicianand pne5 who is a mdrChaat and ono is a grocer rind cna who is a miller and one wbols a btacks1ftLJ aq l allariQperaocrajs except one The grand jury is n o Win t lU and1 papa that they will hint for the bone thrower They have beetvery conspicu ousln histown lor some time The primary election is ova r Jaadanl tike successful candidates rare happy over the result Batt there comes another time type you wll become mora weary wei afcur Today there is a general band d fspiD between the Bepublicans and Democrats s of rhea nDrtbont part and thp JDeinocirats and Kepublidan OJ tthe southern part of VVashingtbu glorlouAJy fctory1 for the Republicans iin NbVemberV Thja lime has F ome thaVwe Vould Jake to have the g9ntyreJresBotbiR pubfia s oriel Democrats biaye suggested tbfe names of Mr fcfeal Ha rneit of Kirklaq4 and Kir BJiter liar o wff Mooresville for Sheriff flalknow that every Reoubdl- caia and Demccrat Jnxions tp tend a food tnijn to the Legislf + tars reelass it hag risen quite AWbjie fJaJyta M Pliblicanht s een seii from tbis cnpntv wq 1 fiealthyMothers becausej4 sfockofchtJdWriitnd j WithWineloadcanpayr waMMut rpleajtnest Wineof CaMul wp givdit e i J l ftlJUuwuI j4raigthensfte fowJerorgaiu encf invij rcvuyfIlMIcnude Ask vour drti Ist for L bottle Wksfe r f afake atlbetltMlc wltltrarrydraa tatattt Mn E4wiDCMr Cohoe WA I traYbiCarlydlehltvrdiylbkbwlt TowabafnlrsWelbaInacrealerotgrelR adhiiltdei i iitrbetiahwualkliJronitlitsdmeilMreiirthlat oGb blrsrbsaiR- Y isa lie Nf tllwr W1 WI rw I114J1II Iert iEIM oIGlCriILfer UeJt TlIt i i DpstmtThcQ 17 c MitCa 1 tJ t desiretosend a man who is 11i terested in his party and what he thinks best for the people Washington county count not seqd a better man than Tbos J Miller PROM ANOTHER COERESPON eDENTThe farmers are making good us9 of this their only opportnnii ty of putting up ice 1 here has been a freat dea1 ol sickness in the neighborhoods owing to the sudden changes in the weather Mr Tom Wilson was in Loui villa last weapon business Mrs J N Burns is recover incr slowly from several week iltbr as- sUlr flourish mill be in oper tip i in a short time and the peopleof tbisxCDmo3jhity wl b3 supplied with a Deeded ariitl Mr George Andrews of Maud was the guest of C R Gheathaoj and family Sunday sitF Re Couch filled tits regular appointment at the Gnritain Church here Sunday The members uftblschurcb have secured the services of Bro Couch fur half of h s time this year nMr Jams hea ham who ha been viiingi his parents for the past two mouths has returned to his homeln IllidoiV We are having a very success ful school taught by Miss Baxter of Anderson county She bas but lthirty a n pits enrolled Mr Joe flat w iii hay bee Eii2k7or some time is about woo Born to the offs ofThpm Miller a finebby Met Wallace Breokinridpe This picture is the trade mark of SCOTTS EMULSION and is on every bottle of SCOTTS EMtJL SION in the World which now amouuLs to many millions yearly This great business has grown to sucli vast proportions i Flrsh BccausQ tlie proprietors have always been most careful in selecting the various ingredients used in its composition namely the finest Cod Liver Oil and Jbe purest Hypophpsphitesi SecontfrBecaitsc soLskillfully combined the various Stpossiblel1eJ11ti Third 13etauseit has made so jAauy sickly delicate children strong and healthy yeti health and rosy cheeks to so inany pate uiafemic i1sand s 8resoredsamanyt1t011ofConsumpttrecFlisri nctxsled sesQ sot frcop1cSli egretebk Kill fn ekey t ff mtu94Jorkj yotyarKl cS all b went to Piederrckstown last Sunday to see his bestt gr HP says that the Dais y that grow by the liversideafe the svreetot Madam lpr sayeere pare to haveaweddicg When threat eiisd by pneumonia or ny other lung trouble prompt relief delayWei Cough Cure be taken as soon as indi arenoticidyItivjre vents consumption HaydonJZpb srtstin oncculihodah hose WIlt are spplpfngIlgnidau hill trouO 1En4ttho proprietors pn Creant Bid ui in liquid form whlcn will To known nsElysLIquld Cream Balm Price iriclniliriff the spraying tube 75 ass Druggists or bv mwU The liquid orm embodies the medicinal properties of the solid preparation Cream Balm is quickly ahsorbrd by the mombmno nrid toes uot dry up the secretions lHi changes them to a natural and healthy liaractur ply Brotnors 0 Varreii St v y t tarbealsj Iblinro Mr Bloc tdug store one evening gays Wesley Selto i of Hatniltou Ga and be asked me tt1 try Chamberlains iPain iialm for rheumatism with which I had suffered for a long time h told aim I bad no faith in any medicine as they all failed j said Well if hamberlains Pain Balm does not yelp you you need not pay for it took a bottle pf it home and used it according to the directions and jn one week I wall cured and have not slffce fcn troubled with rheumatism Sib by Haydpn Robertson iQLERSAN rGROV From Our Regular Coi respondent Mrs J S Yankey and fam ly are visiting relatives in Lexing ton ftfr John Hopper o fYerry v rile tad Mr Roborjson of Louisvitl rer8 here the first of ithe week visiting Dr Hoppers family Mr Boss fnoreand famiiv have moved to Mr Jim Gregorys futoreborneMr Oolvin of WI11i bur h s moved to Beachland where he vill un a bldcttrfuntu shop The singing Mass met at Mr J 8 fantteys Tuesday night Mr Boss Litspy of Anderson Co was tu this neigh borhooc be first of the week The wheat is looking bpd it ini neighborhood Very Hul breaking has been done Mr 1sa to the home of Mr Jim Willi where she will make her future lame Mrs John Brown is still in Lebanon at the bedside oferniece Mrs Harry Brown who ih improving at this writing Miss Jennie Reading who hRS been travel uu ini the South has returned home She wijll begin a school Monday She is a splendid mapter and we era luck iic securing her services aeriTss Sale FO- RTAXE8 ry rtne of tores Ino the State of K tnt lcky and cnnnty of Naebingtn- I will as Sheriff offer for sale at Jibe Courthouse door in Springfield ou MONDAY MAHOH 25th 1901 at shoot oclock pm the following property or so mucn thereof us will satisfy the amount of taxes and costs towit Hendrcn Diatrict Elizabeth Eliott 3a acres of laud taxes and co t for year lw8 North trJctMnryrJchant80n 40 acres of land taxes and costs for years 1895 00 07 9899 and1900 1722 E D MASTERS D 8 Washington coanty a aero likewise at this same time also a T olet whose modesty was a matter of nicersal comment to What 1i your system asked the Bathing Suitt Accosting the Violeto 1 would fam be thought modest too V Why I shrink quoth the Violet meaning no harm But rhqn the Bathing Snit shrnnk in pursuanct of this hint It teas only rep rehended the more and was finally cast affray as elI g quite lmpdsslblev De trou Journal TerRe tBer HaL lTeryi l It was same sort of neryoas trouble anal tho dOctors said must hare per fact rest and quiet and that I must think of nothing And all the time deny Geoi ge I thought constantly of folk The youngt man read It over and then readi It through again very slowly aud put it In bl9v pocket rind went out nu dcr the silent stars and kept thinking and thinking and thinking lie only kept on thinking London Answers Unconiclona Hanior You mustnt fall to come to church qcxt Sunday sold the llev Dr Thirdly lhave arranged to have the Rev Dr Mnrktlilrst deliver nu address on his ohsenationsln th3 slums Arent aJou going to preach at aI1P Oh yes Ill reach my regular ser mon after whlcli Dr ilntkthlrst will tell you some things that will open your eyes Philadelphia Press it Remedr tea fet copies of your paper tor n w k back said the visitor to the newsptoer ofllc- eWouldnrH be better to try a por oas piaster suggested the facetious clcrfc Philadelphia Record Wanted to Broaden Him Charles B Han ford while playing in a Texas t eaten teas approached by a young man in typical cowboy fashion who said Are you the manager of this play that Cowls tonight Mr HanfoTd said he was Do you want to hire a man to help nctV No My company Is complete Want to hire banian to help count moneys No Want to hire a man to get out In the back of the theater rind holler and applaud Not this tour The audiences are nt tending to that very satisfactorily Want anybody for anything on earth Not that I think of at present Well thats Just our luck Weve got a mail here who recltQS pieces in consideration of being treated If he doesnt get treated hell hang around and make the barroom unpleasant for hcura We dont want to hurt lion for hes n good sort In the main But be only knows three plecesrMnrk Anto nys station llanilets soliloquy and RIcnzis adirregs to the Romans We thought that if you could flatter his mind into the belief that hes h great genius anti haul him around the coun try two or thred trips so that he cnn learn n ten new plecesfrom you wed1 be vllllug to make up a purse the t would come mighty near making worth whlleNew York Telegram Dlow tram OOUnA One winter when things were rnth er slow la New York dtrlt was just heroes Jowl Ls timesahl the old pu gilist we made upn little party and hired n hall in one of the fishing towns not far away We advertised a prizet of 10 for any one who could stay on his felt against otir men for five rounds It was safe money although whentwo or three of the boats came In at the some time we had all we handlerBut one night a fellow as blj as the side of a house came along and tt e smelled trouble We put him up against the heaviest man in our party who though he only tipped ter scales nt 180 pounds lead two goo heads and u head that son couldn- hurt with a pHedriver But the strau gar was no slouch ondnt the end of the fourth round we began to worry about the tanner The ring was on the stage at the front of the hull rind at the rear of the 11siysI 11 It wnsntno easy Job but he did it before time was half up and as the duffer bacSed up near the wludow b got a crack In the head from behind that dumped him in a heap That s the way are saved our ten But the funny part of tt Is that onr chauiptcn lied caught the local guy on the Jaw the same moment and we espial never persuade him that It wasnt hlmRclf that secured the knock outNew York Sun An Animated PArcel Duncan nose the Scotch athlete brought to New York with him nom years ago n valuable bun terrier tn mous for the blue ribbons be had iron in luella Mr Ross lived 1JlCrostbl Harlem river but his business took him dally ito the lower part of iNcw York Invariably he bras accompaialcd d to hla qUIet by the bull terrier did It was kuowft that he alwajs came down town on the elevated railroad his frlenda woqdercd knowing the embar go plated upon dogs how he procured Transit for tJin linn tondo K K KK KKKKKKKAoI DRsKENNEDYKERGAN I ciidaartessncat 1e1saad dlecoTered tied peritcted by UtoiheJr hu brcu odTraat kt joy mUleteatmel1tofthesol lloue Nervous Deb111tJ Sphlllll Varleuec1elStrleture GleetSccrC Drains IUdDaJUIMENS LIFE BLOODYon m hava a drala through Brinetfcats acheJoafaldeopoadeatriddrairedairal PnJCft Itgarantee to Cats or ro Par BLOQDJPOC50NJJ i i LiH Satherltkeaon RIf poaltirellenretLe M r VtococELE STRIGTUBE I i The New Metfaod Trcatmcat tnrc these dtceasea eafetr ud purely No Epain noiinflerintr dodeteatlonfrombrislness Dontrlskoporatloaaadriimyonr keezaalorgaaa rise atktansUHa abHrbe4aa4caa fCcrtua DnKE Hruarautee cared lit Kidneys Bladder i oattH reetyo rkMt n Taarachl batlttrlUthdtate Drt let Doctora R Tbey experhH tialneetoea s j0Pay X acue y U7om are act beoad kumaa std fr b CeaattatisAsia y Trct 1t J7Cosllieelta- lDRSRE DYKE GAIf WALNUT STIIEET OINOUINATIOHIO i I w rBpgtS la the It r growing Anywhere b between th plantationl and gvedl the T quality spoiled by carelessness nexperiencejor ui scrupulous methods Frbm tip time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hndsof the grower intil it reaches the user4n a sealed packet jtis handled wi hthesame watchful care the game thought for cleanliness that ou wdlild give any article of food that goes Qn tybui table Thai s the reason itcpsts the groper a- cent a pc iiid more titan its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for c ARID IEI- II Roasted Coffee buys much more than a cent s worth of quality and strength A pound of Arbuckl s Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffeeftian You would get from other package oJOfees Be stare you get Arbnekles Roasted Co fee Otyef package coffees are but inrltationsrofirbu L lea In eacbpoanCtDackage of ArbucklW Routed ffee tberelis 1 lilt or hrtlclea With each packapIn which the Lit Is found the rhamonrNot198DeptARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEWYdRfccnYNir iiicir repeated qncRtloning nnaujr IIiersuaded hint to reveal tfle eccrcti and he iuvited them all to the office brie- t cvenlugr just tshe was starting Sot- t hcaio Ho took out of his desk a stunt piece of wrapping paper and opening it out flat spread it on the floor Then he whistled to the dog and the bull terrier walked to the center of the paX per and curled up In a limp lump MrIKoss thou produced n piece of stout cased rind loads a very neat parcel of tits pct and tucked it under his new I have carried this parcel up and down ton u for twOcmtSba said and fto one bas ever had jtbe faintest suspicion of its animated contents Clive Is so well trained that he never xnqkes n sound or moves a muscle I e1puckl1e1 bleateInstead of the eagle which I donttaL e dmuch stock In Turkeys are good to tat Eagles erg only fltto rt as stamps bn coin The eagle Is nrnenjous vicious thief Tbcre Is rfothint brave or good about the eagle The eagle cannot be tamed and Jsotno Ienrtbly use to any one nnytrLere at any or place A hawk is braver the eagle If the eagle had tho Itbnn nge In proportion to bra size of the rotr be Would boon wonder It was a mistake a sad pitiful blun derto make tne eagle our national eherd And a movement should be put on foot now to plncutm turkey on our Icolus and remove the eagle from where he has no business to be A bird so j useless should not be worshiped as tire iontIlni 1foremostamount of delicious toad ThankBglv ing and the Christmas holidays would be lonesome without the turkey Iraq tlcal Toultryman ceCalled via Papa Dona Little Willy Is a bright boy oriel d saucy boy His apt answers have often turned away wrath and often turned it upon him strongly The other day his father was reprimanding him for some n1lsdccdond Wjllly was answering ry fiauclly The father become very angry and seizing the youngster by the collar sold Sec here young turin you iriusit not talk like that tome 1 never gave aboyWilly was not fcozed at alb With a cherubic suille ho looked Into papas yourfatherpaparetlredtoaliotherpal IiInIm afrafd parry does not love ine the n trayhe used to iMrs IilsalmeeFou do not mean to n say he is eras to yon Mrs Turtledove Nobut he says n that he Ig hankerings for a aquafo meal that Loll starve to death It fie does not get away froth a chafing dish dletfrof 1fot2 long And bo used to be so enthu siastic over the things I cooked In the chafing dish wheii he came to seo me Men are changeable Bostom Ttx1N script FIr tTLotrs6f- jFhnt anlhiaj la It that lla wclrfcxtf ed Totumie The spider maam1 Yanferii Statesman Some OaoiXVko W la Like It I don t like Muggins face said Sfwynri to Triplett He hasnt a peas Ing countenance But an auctioneer would like it BUggcstri Tripletir now so tf It Is a c QfwiQccf cWddtac ihDettolE J 7Q1 tfv s JT i v pGIALSAtptt t w 1 js iI rBainl r j t tGIYi S a f Mf r Jt Itr i Dress GoodSto s Snits and Owcwts fi JJI h s RiiH lP l i1y She ts or1t10 fort11 2t5 Ia ny aS sI rts or S J5 OJt11l 4 I1t lny atskirt ior 8350 worth 85 1 y Ri lt iiy sldrts for J5 worth 7v50 j r + T r t aIIIBIif ins t t i 1Js ct01 s t Fa t ATLY D 11J C D f FRICES r 1Ct It 1t r f OTHINJq TfiADE hasLbeen backward rtcilnforder to Deduce urta tioffer Our e tire amf ckweWitkrl i t at greaily reduced LLir r Spe i J ddve lJp oa s nnIIShofsan rltt aces y ts a fJJL 9= 11lde 1 J 7 t Wearii 1lr r Ir U Full ta Jk i f4eDS Women and ht r jdrens Subfee f Arctics rind AIh aka r iC l and aee otir gOod8 endJ g t Prices c iJ 1lctjc 11 1j r Cun i ngh m Doorjj1 r K Ypa Get t e Profif3 I tlN1rlelNetiLthitsattwiDrk trttare lair ifaof ititst sertlnMk ri 51 m oaer rate read 1wtY lile oeriNldlairr ao twrotsaetr trcc lilts KUYwi CA1 tMMl11lK r I DB r 114 BURT ON IIbNT DENTIST EXTRACTED 1H UT PAIN pe Ioekipt1I y pgt ori KY Strictly cIa U NT1T Z1ARG1U3Th aPa3 UP9LD Y LAMPTON lDt jiiLi1t f TTT LJO1Ct tMaits fot a unI IO3H olitMk kirs12pa DR WO CBAYOlFtOFT TIT1l n3Lrbr3- V y 8PkPInEL1l KY 4 p GR1QSBY ISATiOR EYAT LAW oQ reOe3 flk ff pwrIm KY 1IMt IK the we1 I Kdi tttri hHt silt you Seadacheto lwr yo will MTtrjcet well unt1 tekbewMbep MMrii e tie you without a gripe or 1 J 0r p411 yes 1wy nttnnd move t 0 jlt lO ctfltz to start grtcmcywlwl ltk back CASCARBTS C iyCii3Mir ic the fcenuine put up in Allttil SxM every tablet bas CCO tamp 4eAJt Bewaro or iuiittitlons c JIHARMON I4urtitiVidBlicksniilli W uwy i ifpaSnog a specialty Allwork p orutlydbne Snop t Jsali Dotor Street near Poultry Ijrlpuse am Planio Mill and c3e to Mi in Street SprtngBeld 4 MV BirqirtjK respectfully Wditedit I tm sire that all Citron w b satisfied with irkand rices i IiocAt nnil CATARRH y LuiA 10 oi-Wjal u a remeqy or tIIIpU cureviifrCAT1 RQ r t IhoipccI c is Jtcr iIf Itto qnlcklv ab6 orbed aicsro COLD1 HEAD Het t a JOMM and clean 8 thfl J Allaye lnftamBtlon 1ttoaI iui4 focLhe inmbrnue He t stores the aepaea of taste and smell No taercarV If0 injurious dVu Regular stzo reeeRrIIIY teeI at druggists ir by ual1 EtY BROTHERS 68 War 5tiaMroet wYrk 41 Jteetlt I yifilB ia dar p lawyer of 15esrietta Tix once fooledl A irraT difKer He says my Jardlh r WM very low with i t 1tallil ever abe jiuEdice erg t him to try Electric BittiL Bdhe was wholly cured 15btl i4irls cilia disease germs an- pari 13 blood afds digestion guhtte liver kidLey an- boweIs urea constipation dvP r 4j iepcla ervous diseases kidney irouble lemale comglaitits civetiHy R berls nsdrng Mbre r PEoPL KIEW Wi 1 rOofftiJ ei1 swy bare1 of iour in the thk 1 bra4g Wubmgtozi M6antVernbi- okt i t deIay Nb qaestlon wasi 4 taie iuJiy origIt Por IMte seilsosi Iii s IMe a ei the boye irants be esdai Ii tkt the plaiterofered bi i14IseA iitu l t fora of external rt i 41ya MMsistbe bwtpbwUr 5000 p ad dmggirts sad s saBlUluda ttI4MMi eeld tarao Uelc Iri bag6 frr I bMc scl ThtI koub1s Liur k11y 1nuekz or t Mkd aU other disease open td tMa iti Mfit onct telleTed sad kweby Plaster D a that Belladoana Caps j bisirIibig plafttera are jostaa kijif Ttey are vastly in fI I itiei whit Ii teetkaoi sad Awic Jsoi I4whAi J sitMW we wiJt pi I k A 7 tU K f itikJ3OUTt T0WNii MJMH 1t itlI ti3i 3Jt4 3L r Griiiby tb Optician fits flMUM I hayefor sale seed oaJTSpaldiqg Nbthern see oots for sate at OTliomisoi tGrigs1blFor cheap picture frames and enlrdl yCoxplintographer F nSALEour young males Belgian hares finely bredl Mrs Kate Green Texas Ky Dont forget that Thompson Lake keep the only genuine Oli veto chjlled plow and plow re p wairsTAKEN tThOn yplacea stray ewe Owner can re caver same by calling andpay ing for this notice S B Thomp Jon BEiioVEftrMrsi Kite Will ttms Millinery dept to room bvar People Deposit Bank wbre she will jbe glad to see all1t of her customers LATE ARRIVALS At the home lot Mr and Mrs T W cfimms Jjk a bolt and at tbe home of Mr tnd Mrs John 0 Snaderagirl The County Court day dinner servedj by the ladies of the Cath o sli4i waso qjiite ra success There was plenty of good things to eat and a bot75warelizedst Mates Wharton and S MI Campbell are to have a combina ton horse sale at the stable of the f0rmer here ton Saturday March 231 For further partica Jlafs see ad in this i issuetuThe fine Hackney stalliOn Foullards keUuwned by Ray Minton pf Marion county was sold on the street here Mon d thayt la1i1dhosat161 NOTICE Ah persons baling bills against the estate of JohnI Sirams deed will present them pfpperiy proven to the under signi ortolW SIMMS Jr7 Attouey JF SIMMS fRMri B G Jones Jessamine coabty bought of Mr Youiigman his farm on Ajc Run known as the at2creI i was fiegotiated by G C Fhar tmlthe local reall estnte man Mrs M E Craycroft will offer for sale to he highest blddjer on Saturday afternoon Mar hJlbinront of the court- House her house and lot on Main Crcfcs street Ths iaa good property and suitable for ia small home Jphn Gruridy the negro whoI was arrested some time ago for robbjngMr John Young Mayes hen rppst and who later escapedI from jail was captured by jailer John Smith Tuesdays Grundy came back to see some of Ins friends and relatives and Was nabbed He is in jail awaitIngl trial A young fellow by the name of Cruulo was arrested here on Tuesday by Marshal Grace 6n a Meibhon message from officers at Bard4town where the man wawar4ec1nbft warrant cbargj ingjlhim tvith beating and rob binghls own grandtaher of 6 Criimeiyas taken to Bardstown officerstht Pr Johfl W Lewis prf siding elder wjll preach at tbe Hetno ditdIuEc1i Saturday and Sun LdaytLtII am and 7 pm Quarterly7 conference Saturday at3 p mi Repairs in the church h5Ve bp0ntlnishedandit sin a joimfortable cOndHlonj AH theJ members and irienfls tii the church are cordially invited to tJj0 pfeseut at the Quarterly tgegtlnl f t Pro Albert B ildrlctiJ teache atd lctorerontbe art of singingand the proper use and training pt the human voice wjll appear at Jhe Presbyterian church on sext Mcndajr nigh WfarcH4thj His lectiife on that evening w ll be free and every4 l b0df interested in singing is jn yttffltt to bi preaeot Prof Aid riO is hljaly recbnafendpd as ijltf ioktrUctor id tte list of tho i lfj S Grigsby the Opticifin rnarries everything In theopUaLit- nClarksonMrs Dead Mrs Elizabeth Duncan Clark son widow ot the sate Lloyd died at the home of her son Villiam S Clarkson four miles from Springfield On Sunday evening last The dev ceased was in her B dyer and had been an invalid for several ears and death doubtless came a welcome relief fpom suffer ingj at the close ora life well pent Mrs Clarkson had a llarge number of relatives in the county and uia ny friends She leaves four sons Messrs Richard Thomas William and Lloyd Clarkson The funeral services e e held at St Dominics church on Tuesda morning and the interment look place at St Rose cemetery Court Day Sales t There was all good crowd I on in tl on Monday notwithstand ingl the cold and our live stock market was fairly active Au rolrtstbCcow f3025 same 24 one sear linff beifer 14 six yearling seers at ii2 50six two year oli heif rs at 2980 cow and jcatf B3550 ss mp 27 one old COW 15 one yearling heifer 1475 heifer 15 cow and calf 5 34 lour yearling heifers at 816 four Lheifcrs at 2025 one- pringer 11475 three 3year Jersey steers at22 two 2 yearold steers at 27 cow g20 35 cow 22 five yearling eep at 2115 six shotes at 5 306 each oce pair horse mules for 688 a fiveyearold horse 6010 a 3yearold mule 63r Hackney stallion 161 Giigsby for New Home Sew g Machines Court OpensI Crcuit court convened here Monday with Judge Eatteson one bench and the usual corps of wyers on hand The docket is rather a light one this term ind- on cases of great jrnportance ares on hand The opening days have been taken up with going overdbe Cotnmonwealih cases several of wdish have been dis posed of The juries have beet organized as folio AS GRAND JURY P S Barber orewan F M Carney C N Coop er Geo E Edelen Thos Brown W L Edwards John D Sweeney John Canter F S Bottom J Ca Christersou S B Chesaor E B AdamS PETIT JURY Frank Spalding J C Shader H F Reed Joe M Smith T C Scroghara E B Carkson L C Cornisb Thos F Kidweir C D Robertson T5 J Settles E W Steele W A Barker TF Grjbben FM Martin J W Hays Fred Hagan Thos Corbett J Hill W P Scruggs W B Hatchett Gabriell Keigbtly 1NewtonDRemamber Grigsby the Opti clan when you want a pair of glasses There U a difference a vast differ ence between Dr Bells PlncTar Hone and any other cough colder lung remedy Besides cutting the phlegm and cuajng the cough or cold at once it soothes the irritation heals the bronchials and exhilarates the Inngs Sold by all good druggists Croup the greatest etiemy of child hood succumbs at once to the sooth ng linfluence Of Dr Bells PineTar Honfcy Bronchial affections lose their danger when this great remedy iis at hand No home should be without it Working Xlsjbt andDay The basiestand mightiest little prtCingppills change weakness into strength Ijatessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful iifl building up the health Only 2c ptir box Sold by day don Robe son PIe r of People testify to the merit of Banner Salve in jfuring piles It Is guXrtrttc d Wood iWimsatt i have a Waiiit tised Foleys Honey Honey and Tar cougH medicine and think it the b stin the world says Chaa Bender a newsdealer of Erie Pa Nothing die 4s good Wood ii Wimsatt Tharb is njoriteaaure in ff dread ttQlnjr to Ijp abjo to rostitnihtcin ziduntof induze5tloliiil Henry IHinntorBoonvillb Ind ia ho jutiref that way for ypars tltlhe commencod tiiftuse of Kodol Dvnpepsia Cure and adds Now I cane anything 1Hkft anif aniI want and 8J p soundjy Cure1tWiiteit v I 1 i fVftVTvTV i f- VbT tkL LEverything mustbesold by next Saturday re gar less of cost A chance of a life to buy first class ttmojj ies at and belo cost Be Quick Be Quick Store wjll beeclosed after Saturday j Good bye Jlow prices The LanKdol Creasey Co formerlyBlue Urass Grocary cct f i t FrEF 3ONAL FredtickstownBunday Mr S M Karrick went to LoisvHle Taasday Mr Fred P Ualdwell fa here this week attending court Miss Alargret Hajan is in Louisville George OoJvinwas out from Louis ville SundayrMr G W Mctolrjjy of Lebanon re presenting the Southern Mutual Inhvestment Co was here yesterday Mrs Tom Spalding of Bardstown was here Tuesday to attend the funer- all of her grandmother Mrs Clarkson Miss Savanah Molntire of Louisville who has been visiting the MIMes Shader has gone to FredrIcks town toSvisit friendssMrs Kate Williams left last week to visit the wholesale millhnry c9pt8bI lllsbments in Louisville Cincinnati and Indianapolis Mr Thomas Pre wit of Boyle county was here mat week looking at some Washington county farms wILba view to perchasingbMiss Regina Mackin of Lebanon andCampbeilsyille of Mr J W Jarboe this placeSMr Fred M Hill whom we mentiOn- ed lastweek intending to go to Kan pasw here be has a son living informa ua that ho has three sops living there and be is going take his wife along and probably stay all summer Persons whosuffer from indigestion can not expect to lire llong bedause they cannot eat the food required to nourish tde body and the products of undigested foods they do cat poison the blood It is important to cure indigestion as scon as possible and hhe thelpreparation i ferret health HaydonRobertson tlaeate Tout boweL With Cimcaret fOrever1Ocje VALLEY HILL From Our Hrgnlar Corosroh dent Mr Tom Easten has itt epted afosition a clerk at ClearroontS- Qna Doraey iis spanding a few days with a B Hundley Miss Pearl Goatloy visited near Maud last week Mr AB Hundley and George Mulegan were In Lexington last week Emerson Birlow bought of 61uuaGoatleys place W P Grigsby passed througH l this place Saturday en ro6e to Chaplin lor see bid gfrl Jetson Lyddan was in Bardsf town Saturday and Sunday Tom seed has gonotO house keeping or hs farm Mr John Case 1vas in Iionis yule last week buying good Thurman Gbesser dud httte RaV vsite itjeir grand father lust Saiurdynd Sariday A large nuniber dl ttobacco SdwrianditIsoel gIl t d j I Monday Miss Nettie atesdf Lon r 1has1 Moor sv11e for t 1epa5tfttifi weeks Mf Jhrcruie TrejlU j GRHND Combination Horse Sale ngfieMARCH 231 Ot At 10 oclock am there ijltb offered for sale at pu1di auction V A Orand tot of Horses i Saddleaolses81ldHorse Anyone having horses fOB l should abiiyersonillreceived sJlate as 9 oclock on the day of the sale For further information call on or address MAThS WHARTON Springfield Ky or S M CAMPBELL Jens ntQDKl S M CARfPBELL Auctioneer PREDtRIGKTOWN From our Regular Obrespendent Mies Myrtle and Delia Croak Annie Fiiiey Diisy Snauoty Bessie Can ico Salhe Hustan Willis Keightley Eld Ross Booth Carrizo Dr Snai nty and Frazier Ross spent Friday even ngwith Mr and Mrs Byon Croak Mr Leslie Grigsby of Coxs creek passed througn here Sun day enroute to CroaksviHe Miss Pearl Garrico is visiting relatives near UarslstownaMrs J Lilly Barber Spring field spent last week with her mother and sister near here Mrs Bruce Humphrey visited at Manton last week Miss Ray has returned to her 1pllsnW M Buckman Miss Martha Tucker was the g uestof ber sister Mrs E Lee Mclniire last week Mrs Gao rge Mel ntire iis quite ick at thii writing ftfr Byron C oak was i Tuesdiy on Badness ioI Miss Julia Thompson has tturned to Springfield after three weeks visit with her auct Mrs Miss Maria Hagan who has een quite sick is much better ttbis writing A Frlghttnl Illumler Will often ca sea horrible Burr Scald Cut or Bruise BucklensArnica Salve will kill the pa nand promptly heal it Cures Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Corns all Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth Only 25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Huydon Robertson drug gists Weik eyes are mad ltrong dim vM on ihi male clear styes an remiva and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind may be speedily and cffec aually cured by the nab of Sutherland Eagle Bye Salve It is put up hi tubes dnd sold on ijuaranteeby all dealers CART WNIGiits CREEK From OurReRular Correspondent Welt Monday was county Court in Springfiald audit large crown from here attended as usual MondayI was the first time our neighbors have had it chance 1to fill their fee houses the ice being three inches and a half thick Mr Sen Smith bcughta cow and calf train Mr Dck Edelda Monday Mr J B Carrico and wife and F M Canlcdandwitespantj Sunday with Mr Wilt Ruby and Wtaily v Miss Tessje Carrico fearned home Monday from Marion Cd where she hiss beefl visliiiti her iWrtherMr Albert Smith sold his horato Alonzrof Medley fjr85 county Coptt day Misses Nora and Julia Smith dnd JNora Medley were visiting the Misses Slctjains Itist week Mr Marion Warrjflptind bride felurned lotb Tri future Itjme lu David curt last Friday Air Bill NlJy olg hcfrse foi Mri McEefe of BlodOeldfor85- M1e Iend and Ebsette McLaiot JesStf atidBel GarricO spent Monday with MrFM Garrico and family Mts Anna Mattingly wild bVs be nquite stclt with Lagrippe 1s wrut4pgMr JPrid y ted Sturdy with Mr 19 5J Joe Kpaldiog wbohas beeaquite sick for some time c Mr John QBryan wif6 and mother spenifSunday with Mr Smirberff family Mr Will Smith who has beeu quite sick for some time we are glad to s yts out again Mis Bn Smith is Very sick at this writing Mr NEd Smith is very sick with Lagrippe Sutlerlands Eagle Eye Salve cures sore eyes styes and granulated lids It strengthens weak eyes in both old nd young It allays all inflamation Itt gives a pleasant fe ling about the eyes and makes the vision clear and distinct Good druggists sell it The merited reputation for outing pil eSt sores add skin diseases acquired dy DeWittWitche Hazel Salve has led to the making of worthless counterfeits Be suretO get only DeWitts Salve HaydonRobertson Dcatri Of Phebd lyioore dnimuulc ted On Thursday cJfJsst wfiek tthere departed from this life Pnebe Moore colored a young llady beloved and esteeoled by all with wbom she capue in contict The deceased was a member of St fiosei cqngre pation ndrlso t faithful them ber of the altrv society of the same church Most of h rlilp was spent ith the Dominicic Sisters under whose cdre Phebej as she was familiarly known ripened into an exemplary young la Iy Haylofr Attained her 23d year the Lord caled her fram this vale of tears to recleytf the reward of her labors Fur several m nUisiMls Moore fiadbeenin delicate health caused by coiisumpiion All was done for her under the circumstances but death laidI hen icy hand upon har and consequently human aid cpuild not resist Ever thing was dorie to solatia aril sooth bpr in her lat m nentsiShtrooreuU- b suCferlngs with truly christ- ian patience cbmpldining bf nothing muVmuribg at notbfng being perfectly resigned to th will of Cfp d tbbr1ogidga wbll speot life Id a betfutiful and be ting clod Death did riot come to bflr as a tHiefidthe nigbt iw s fully prepared for it iinderi the terider ttiinistraV ious df tht JJominlcari PtbeM who visited herfreQuenllvi QW her tb6 last rites of ib pbnrch and offered her i p4rlogtloUr I into the h iMis dtiI Idvmg lied oiprciful iPtfther da UlUl ay fl thai itvlajs ofBequiem was sting 6y jathfer Durkin and tberi her body vas carried ttf tho silenti 0ity ot the Dead Her grave lies near liret rCfrfdlo lhattbti passlrby and particuiarly the white rob d novices Vo wbouj snilingcourit qnance Ifnd fijelbdiouS vfficb w fe quitll familar gill of ten firty devout DePiofounuis jot tbe repose ol her fJotBi at Friend f vcriJoritriIcveryceunty to t PtcSctf large of sbl d flrirfncIal fcpiittftion salary cr vcar paydblo webltty t3 br rfayab tofatnlyiHire dud all cxpfnrt trafght bona fido defl teauifyar ntmiisloA asIat7 paid caCtf Battfrda cnd cipeas tnonev advac ed each week 6TAN0AKIT 1ow1 arsHt Cbicrgo v ifyotf Ire Feticsld calriatft sieepj at night aCdoac ofRe1ls Pinciai Honey Svill gjv x o 5tOtaltes sc- ticfeshiITep lt 1tccklti Ilk at- o ice and cUt ia toM hi 6ne nlgUt ft heals tHe tliro t cricrft auj tigj furesfa1 grJpps pcrmaiftritfy dciMtt- ticty Islfarnifej Cgiiireiiloytit bid peopto like U G9druggf5tckl Ilt 7 i ow I u hs TnNMbLb b t acJCJ1I j r Invetrnent t mMy t Grtatet4 ijor LxIaIsi11Ky1 W iUELRdf 11r I i W ji W M I Ever IS Shown I Ourew w to 0 e QfA11 QMlij = I Sprllgel F rld of I ilI i i 1DESSGOODS i r + J il IWHITEGOODSEJABR 1 S I i IFAndLACES1 f s Fit 3 FEBGALES 7 j GINGHAMS1 IL ai d Fancy HoseryC- Ollif t 0 I See mhe tfJY st VI 1 iTwo balesI tobacco fdjuo jii boi ight direct f9ll1 MtthU 3 3 fa ture and soli1veff ehep 1 rtlRobertslJIll1iftS Two Car Loads ofEli r tJtkinrWt uthv 1ave tin Jjj i mbfe onlingi Coffi 1Et U biggyPrices FOIl EARLY PLOWIIU wtUitend goikl plOW iicitMixi filat atUI8tB liUIh EC1ELILTjJti f rwbidiWl iifl t1 4e dIeo ketp the ge bitt tepai l t m bep FllED tad JSEiifi aid ii1Aslj f ii grah1 t TllMPSOI tJaJd 0 SPRif QFIELD Kf = t = LITTLE D IX HAVANA SoiabyJpc yocidlrJVrR ri i Ja r PcOGALETcicI v jjffijjji- vadBrnS 11 I eSd f S Willbt pll f Btoi0 tC iitypourt day Mqod y Match I JP ali iorllpfti oftlw court hoUSe floor it 11 a w i t brHJNr a1 rt4Trtl t 114=1ft e tJ bMt k iF4aS ipue SDecrs t tkevyfr Jj a1 JkrtiitIi5 Matk b fOrc Ync- otalttri II I 4i4 lk i nvfhtnttlfotron t PHLLIPS OSUiltvltN Leano K r t f oqkHQwnslfe it Bobards a well cnjrD tarfOlI t ed suicide ytitetlCOC QllbybaDgiD biU4ttUNd11i loft ThraIhl ei Ji Llora1tyt a fgrtat Ji ickJk la tim family and the ff ctt8 o Mr RobirJs ttl Ihoftfh SM1 lIntlnaatel ijih hiro pWIlS oil W condition wer- eiqtntin i Ir of some i blag cf qLhigo tkind Mc Rda wasioonMonwith 1 gll Vitor tostU 1S aim TJerjr ori he arusbasi- a1 u w t about his wok joat ttll4 w h bs soi tttjlt RooardtJbelpl1irn start the p1oL thouttn1J1a Oc1nk- he l 1t tfm lQg Iowa9 going cvL to D ncids Nohng WI l8en uf him until din di Wc the body cold In- wst iuund hanging by a Ji1 ifr rn a grafter in tbe fri iofts rrMr Ucpar s had bcon in fail fcjjNiUn f r a year rmorea- igi1his deel was undoubtedly DM iflsulti of he wind uubalaneedi Vtid JiqboUy brooded over Jt fruit1es ffrts tQ recover Iiii baItFIb t had perm inedthe- d fbts ittlo daughter suone Inh3 t P pre uyon auh ii xte i that his Jtepds ofu UlvStea I thftt hVshculrfYry aid fctcqme resigned tto uis sor TOHe won nptbe encouraged ItoirtvirV a d mot than btjce saId af ia did niptSsoOn tako a tufa fplfte better he would putt atto dl his trQUbIe Tjwrtecea scd lived about thrpe tii jfrom F rryville on the Dry BrirtKjh Price where b e o w o d a Ine 1rn He leaves a god csiile He as twice married JeayJBf thre grown children by lifclast viU His second wife ittMiSs M ry DUKan daughter ofilr Oitoige W Pagan of PSkryvilteV She lias one child t dVugbyer a but fourteen sears old AJ tR brds wW abot fifty levo years ol d andj was a son of Jeff Rebadc of Mercer ccunlv jfco wos killedl by Li Ball Hess me moor of the Perry lirr Chrisif ctiur hDan- iie Adyot to- Aacc for jeyerytbingvand every 4hii ii Itr i e Th pIac for Dr Blla Antirpai i is where youcan put ohnd on 1I any hour in the mgfit wbffi seized ith an itticlc of Colic Cltolera tDiar hoea Rheumaiism or Surtel It istasiaiit relief Sold svrwzerc o littte pits as DeWifts Little- Zirkr Riser a e veer easily takenand rtwoad fully effective in clean eang lIver itid bcccIs Rzydin- s cata LsivdAManurtay 8 t f A woaean wh wore mens cloths iid posed ai a man in New York tTty for ifeoi e ttiun forty gears- SbediLtLci t week and was bui i dnwo rsattird JiVrrJ VKT beJ ev dbrto be aman as she acted lifei e a manr tinrrel3 wif was prominent as a ram pJaaf 11 iitpau and otherwis seemed to Jb dJcjndbctqdf191an Ilas a mj in Iwas a days wonder to iotbam tQf ndeul- 1blirtnh at gut uer She drank 1fbikey lik It man scrapPEd 14ksa man to ik in the town like aman a4d er identity its a mar w s uiayer f uestionedV She wa- sreesdroV years andjtenShe doubtless ai room wloE culine thau fearm is character iatics in her mikauf and being desirous of mens pi rsui sc9ue to live out her It Ejn the guise of tho strong r set She was a irea aud ill go down in current Tiyowigi i always tgtherbe msrriage i are Iy keep up tktuippy- Cl U a and irire Tl ey are tired of Itech other but the young fadsiei I1 weak and 1iunjditht tio for exreit Md thus adivi aofpnrsufts as1tereta- w oten lsTh disided lives The ve Jr P1 rcefi Pavorite Prescription wcik i inn strong It stops the whicU pndermine the strength e Upta3l weaknessi nourishes the erv d gi esvgortothewliolebody is i itlier ophini cocaine or Prescriptlonw dghtwarIPavorkeofUnvtDhaietkieTlrai Free erces Common- Seine Medical Liic8pagcs 790iiUUat- rtILI entdoa reeeipt of Main to cver tzp Jeii4fortbebookiurecent I biidingddivsl w i cornIA Chance for aHuslIpr There is an qporJttiliy for one of puryoang manor women tp make nyie with TuEfli igyei qNTaLY Pep w41Uq nwYork qbfMonthly wIcitfo- rmrJy The fonny f r4 filif has now become the staffciM hadlne to igazine QfthV 103 It wants one aent in this vlgln ity and will givei ecclu ivtiter rsnBtbit tepr seotiiye it sends a pr sent woctti eJtIJ jo the price of The Unique tyto th sto every ubscritja snurcy ftc representative ft lre s ai ilicb The TpMu f pUtUli D jfFatal tSti n1O s caused by expert mentiag with cough anl5- oIeyYs cpidcnres Honey pla wit prcveit a cold from resulting in iPneumoma Wood Wimsafti Brreet tnosic app alaiue uJaft 4oul and Uglitons many of lifes buniens U yon Jiitfl over heard rim sweettoned Stescrtlttno jrou will Appreciate this To reucii tho highest standaixl Of ercelleiice OQsnlwuysr been this aim In the manufac ture of the Celebrated SttrPiano Oali Ibo beat initeriftl Js seJihiurlnjr great duraLllity ISvery piuno fut1guarantedd iheStegor factories thoroughlyjuipped with tho bcstnnd mOsilmjiroved tnacblu 3illocated at rUlaro amous tht largest i fthe west lriten ptircbiaihl will find it pronto ablo to write for fulVd escri Dti vo cataloTuc which will be maiedee upon appllca tiov It Co Established 1570 Ciiicago Hi 20tf Mules The life of a mule in Africa ih of but feix weeks duration and England is sinking milli ns of mo eyIntbetr purchase Ii Afrca they are worth 300 per head An gen of Great Britain is now purchasing 50000 head of horses rand mq sin tiansap and the fresh outbreak of hostiiities will doubtless make an increase demand It would therefor ieem the part wisdom aolon our farrber frienis to have these marketable goods ready for th- ewarketEx Qaalit 1 atl Illp i u kjEie Witts Little Early Risers such valua ble little liver pius HayJonRobert son H 1t41l tIIIiI xAyfnlanxiety was felt for the Widow of the bave Geneva Burl am MiciiiS fMewben iihedoptors atttshe would die rpm pneumonia before morning ritoi Mrs S H Lincoln who aiondtd ner that fearful njih nightVout she begged for D Kings New D covery which Iiidmore tiau once saved hvi lit ani cured tier of Jonsump tib 1 After taking she slept allnigbt FuiUitr use entirle cured tier ikiis uia ve lous medicine iis gujraneaf to cure all Throat anJLu g Diseases OnlySOcandl 100 Tryai bo ties freat Haydon RobersonV drug store I f She Shook Him A young K ntleindQ efthi county was nsfaged to a charm Jog youag Ifuifin Tenueite and just oeiore tbebuiija he ten to pay her a visit says a Ket tacuy exchange Tby dy fettle wtduingy a3 drawing nua and the grodmelect tncuxht ie detected sme sad expressibn ilathe ey ser the fair young bicgJlJidrIght he vaSbp approaqbed iim one evening Just aslhe we tOrn sun was ltt- npg t t in the western partof tbe tinIl my e smiles me until I have to tell you IttiStuife uiie iny atKer Served aterm la the Tennessee State prison hofmice Willie and drJ9U still broubtIjiben he looked sadu Mable- Willies white lips f ltercdlmr f thor served a tehniu sit len tiekv Legislature aid Mabel theme n tning sho k huiiand now be ishome retaHing shues and cussing BESTFORTHE BOWELS- H q you Intrcat a rccular healthy increment 0 theboat nycry Cay 7ouro sick be f lbrcelnibostapaotYIOIOntttr7aie aJ lu8 tbeboircla Clear aud clean f CANDY CATftARTJC bi Measut 1nl1 bleJ oteptTuioGQO no It6orflWfr 5athy Yit KEEP KOUR BLOOD BLEAK t r iaaiDyspepsia Jlta1JficlaliYd Nature he tetoodanda1af f jtructlnp the x eans Itis the latest dlscoTereddIges t anl Und tonic Nqotber preparation can apprbacli It In efficiency It In nndpennancnt1YcurCl1DYBPcPSlat Pwpared by DaWItt eaQn =x KISsES b 6 With little kirsM I slrut your eye I would not bars Iaeinz and Klsf FiritouM I chocs I niuIJ tare you be Blind cvcrns cow when you look n vriath of ttKcs In crown your That the Vboh wawtr I crown tiicuIJ adern stead To ktcp j thought of ias ever kind j As now when your rlln eyes are bUnt C I J1Johold ItgcctTy that It may ill Tct fJidtasrnorei1san cry hands craH liafttTrin In caclidesr car AsI f8isfim sprak you only hear 1lufJlrtpmy iLrarts heart laujli an1 lot lilt foolish words 1t It tiflel li3 oa your mouth i it teafs no harm To LrlBj you to rood to krcp you froa It to miuion yet let It be The rest weri for you Lut this is tot IVI Cariti UriCLE SAMS QPbTTERS- EnpcciailJ tlie Sinn la Enropf Vlio Loo ill Oct For 4uugrrv Unciu Sams lirjrc and will pfttSn Izcd secret Service rays S II Jdams in Aiaslce is inatTc ui rosy cf men who coine properly under Ute iu ad of detectives Tltli police powers Jbut It has its t1ut bona title spot tots whose entire duly It is to Injrratl ate tlifuiselves wlfb persons suspected of having designs to ovadotho custom houst duties and to warn the bassage inspectors at this end of the impend lug swindle ln1blcvcrness address and atlanta bility the secret service spotter Is easi Iy at the head cf his profession aud even ranks with the trained experts of the liuropcan diplomatic corps It Is essential that he should be a man of the world for be must associate with all kinds cf people on equal terms has no Oxen abode but lives In IIOI noun European capitals when be IsInot on shipboard where be Is much the time Ha must never let himself be in the slightest degree suspectcd There Is always a number of these agents in Paris because of the American trade there They grentI the fashionable hotels and live the life apparently of flaneurs snd bonlcvar diem In all lines of trade that conceru dutiable goods they are experts and no llarge purchase by an American inj Paris is lnC own to them Their clr cle of acquaintances Is enormous but nobody knows them for what they are In one Way or another they contrive to make the acquaintance of any per son Whom they suspect and unostenta tiously but unremittingly trail him Many a time some man who has made a heavy purchase of diamonds or laces and so disposed them that he felt sure of being able to get them through the port undiscovered has been passel en the dock by a chance acquaintance of the voyage dyer who unseen presses a little note into the bandof the customs inspector That note tens all that the wily smuggler would wish tolXp sacret and his baggage Is mercilessly ransacked until the hidden crt cICs are brought to Hcht He has been followed over by the spotter Men employed In this tIne gat good pay as high as 10 a day but jt costs them much to live In the manner in which they must main lath themselves 4 Allo TcU Plenty of Tliae- Spaaking of the late Willliua Travers leads me to remark that so far ca I aa personally aware only one of the classfe stuttering stories about hm Is actually true I had the honor and happiness to reside at Newport for a year or once and at the time Mr Trovers vras a summer resident there He certainly stttered a good deal but he dill not go aronad habitually dis charging staccato witticisms at the world us you might suppose Le did tron ell the stories you hear But tho one story that I know about la this one Travera was at a garden nty cne afternoon when young lady raId to hun What time is It plea Mr Travera Travors tcok oct his watch trabbled his month awhile blinked and finally said ail La csssslx occceclock by tle time I can say ItI It really lacked five minutes Ot when he begaa Bsston Dnnr TranscrlJtI It is said to be true that in all hospj- tal those rooms feeing tha BIO have fewer deaths other things being equal than these which are on the chady side of tho house Likewise statistics where they have been Let prove that the av erne time for a recovery la much less In a suuay room than In a shady one Pram those frcts end from the fact that the tendency toward Illness Las proved greater ca thu shady alto of buildings like prisons anil asylums it follows that light Is second only In im portance to fresh air A dark room la closoIroOIrpoui bbould bo the sunniest out the house UIolllSAejO SV1 Ceotlstle Isnt there n great deal of egotism cmoas cetera usicd the youns worn cc I aa soy to Sit there Is answer cd GtOlU SOD Barnes Why I have tact no less than three actors who ttocgbt iaey could PlY Hamlet aa rell as i orWashIngton Star t now She DM Ito tSo she refused you Tliatsthe Impression I received J Didnt she actually say no1 4fo she didnt All she said was Ha ha hal Cleveland Plain neater At Wbakarewarewa New Zealand ithtre are geyscra bo cprlngs boilla pool3t mud volcanoes and boi water falls htt mt Santa Claus la unknown In Spain 1hcthreo Magi are supposed to blitbt childrens girt brlrigcni Ttft IVotwni t4i n9mnnshtthere Is still n llitle doubt about It tliatfieems as ibseparablea part as Its shupingthemselvcs wnnan who Ja 9tIieyrv ti i l J cg w proJect Tnose wBS live In town el the euormoUs ncfeli ot such a bostelfy and those who live ielsewbcrtf ook on It as a possible haven for themselves But It seems like one of those things which are too good to be true The housing of women that is the odious hut correct torrn I believe Is n prob lem only second to ihd kouslng of the poor and one which the women have been Ingeniously settling for then selves Some fly to thebparding house and loath It some kcephouse cooper atively tIC flat and weary of the lack ot privacy some rirlg in the studio and are but half nourished others take rooms nnd depend oil the cheap tables dlibte not nil these are a wearlness to the flesh besides having deplorable effects on the spirits Therefore the woman worker In New York whether student or wage earner looks eagerly to the womans hotel nga happy haven where she may anchor safely and where ex pensc shall not be too high The enor mous numbers of girls and women =ho live outside of our city and who find It necessary to come here ore equally excited over the prospect of a definite refuge In the opinion of many wise women they would far better not come for New York Is more than overcrowded with women workers but ap patently the sagest advice Is power- to prevent the Influx New York Mail nnd Express Would let Women Vote RepreseiAatlve Henry C Smith of Michigan has Introduced the following amendment tto the federal constitution The representatives shall mwnlwr cliown evrjr arroml pea imral dates mil the each state shall have the qualifications pro seethed by act congress italllx uotlorm in all the steles TJieyuHjrnber from farItheIthe Jookwln decision of the vsupretue court delivered Justice Wnlte In 1875 The United States lana no otesot Its own creationS The franch se must be regulated by the states T qua ifications of electors therefore cannot be prescribed by act of co gross This decision was made for the purpose of preventing women from votlug un der the fourteenth amendment To bo sure It reversed one of its own deci sions thereby but it stopped the leak In the dike which would have inundat ed the country New York Sun Every Inch n Dnclieia Here Is a description of the gown worn by the Duchess of Devonshire one of Englands enormously wealthy and handsomest duchesses at the private theatricals which were a feature erAthby the duke nod duchess at their splen did residence Chatsworth A veritable duchess looked her grace of Devonshire robed In pale blue of the richest fabric veiled In Jewel em broidered chiffon the skirt andl dccol letnge studded with diamonds andIt small coronet of the same gem Worn over n wreath of green leaves One shoulder was massed with lovely pink bloortis and ninny rows cf pearls with clasps of sapphires antI liamonds were worn round her graces throat A Spnnlmb Princes The Princess ottlu Asturias eldest sister of tH young king of Spain who will shortly marry Prluco Charles of Bourbon Is said to be considerably more cultured than the majority of Spsiulsh maidens cf her age Her education has been carefully superintend ed by her mother the queen regent and contrary to the custom of the country outdoor exercise and pastimes have been Included In the curriculum although the princess and her sister have not Inherited their mothers fond ness for outdoor life The bride elect Is cflid to be small nnd park cif a pro nounccd Spanish type and pleasing In appearance but without special claim to being considered a beauty MORGANS HAIDERS THE FAMOUS ROUGH RIDING CAM PAIGI OF THE CIVIL WAR t Carried Panic and Confusion Into Ohio and Indiana lint Ilcnalted In Xo UcneGt Whatever to the ConfesS crate Cnnie Cavalry riding eakl the mnjor exciting but very exhausting huslupsa Long distance raids Jin an enemys country can be made only where there are a good man horses John Morgan could never have made his raid through Indiana and Ohio In 18G3 If the counties raided had not hen well Supplied vith1 the let horse In the west When he started from tIc Cum borland river In east Tennessee Mor gun believed that he would sweep verytliins before him and that If cnitureCleclunatlilorKau with well organized hrl gate of cavalry 4000 strong swept uorthvrard from the Cumberland river through Kentucky to the Ohlo river at Hraudeabcrg 40 miles below Louis yule There he captured two steamboats crossed the river swept through southern Indiana galloped around Cin tromtbeexpecting to cross the Ohio irlvcr at BuHingtun but was driven back made another attempt at WcllsvIIIe but was finally captured at New Lisbon 4Thifj was the most remarkable raid of jtie war It carried panic and con fusion Into Ohio and Indiana but In results It was of no benefit Vhatcrcr to the Confederate cause Morgan lhe uprisingint tycky There was not lie ibellevrd that the peace Democrats tn Ohio supportbutthe peace Dcmrcrats the lattdr joined the ranks of Morgans pursuers and before the raid was half 0ver the whole state was arotised and men Who had taken rt Interest In the war previous to that time shouldered their gfjnfrrcl rifles to fight the raiders wud were stealing their horses anld carry lug the horrors of war to their very doors There was lIar riding all the time for organs uses They left behind them a wreckage of broken down horses They lkept ahead of tiiclr Un ion pursuers simply becauslliey stole horses rlgbtdud left and re nbunted the men butthey were llnally captur gncJhpwarpartytory of the state up to that time Ju i fact the Morgan raid by carrying the war into the peaceful dlstrrcts of Indiana and Ohio provoked ai furious feellus jpf besentment which influ 1nnlshcd by ticl eople of the districts wholly unused to war wliolly unpYe cxaggeratedideasp Pot two weeks It was only necessary for some mischievous 1Joyttj shout Lprgn is coafnjBl to any d1Ja eJDt ew cruttui or Bouinsni bio to creare panic I know that many pf the raiders after Morgan got no rest night or day slept la the sallfle and not a few of j them fell pO their liorses the end of tborald they lasleepAtI hausted as Morgans meif but with pertonntl1eynl to the raiders remember continued the major ioneclise In which a woman stabled her carriage horses In the parlor for two days t6 keep them out of Mor i gans hands I law Morgana men ride j by that house and saw some of theta stop to listen at the unusual sound of theIof our neighbors drove their horses cattle mil sheep 80 miles Into thb in lerlor nud were away from b mea week Morgans men looted right and left nud some of them had bolts of calico Strapped to their saddles when they were captured Morgan it must be remembered made his whole raid with artillery and a wagon train but lie was not in Ohio to flgM and he demonstrated at onca the case with Which a peaceful district may be Invaded by a mobile column Inolv1cd00000 militiamen were In the field against bin At first be played with these green soldiers but at last they nslbullllogsmen who Lad followed Morgan torI hundreds of unties through three status closed in on their old enemies with a gleefulness that exceeded anything of kind 1 ever saw In the army and 11be s men closing In on the other settled the fate of the raiders Morgaqrf men knew by the maneu t verlng anfl the firing when they were faced by trained soldiers and tbe first charge of the Union cavalry had In It tlie Impetus of delayed vengeance The Unionists who rode in that charge bad old scores to settle and Morgans tired veterans were overwhelmed After Morgan had escaped from the peniten tiary at Columbus and had reorganized bis command and was vain raiding Kentucky hundreds of Union soldiers on their way home for discharge left their trains and joined in the pursuitt simply to get a crack at the old raider and Morgan knew when their rifles spoke that he Was up against tbe reali thing Taut Like a Man Oh no abcs not nt all what you would call a really feminine woman Sue affects masculine ways How IIWell for Instance yesterday I sai her give a street ear conductor a nickel when she had five pecttes in bet purse Chicago Port THE CENSUS OF 1790 InJcd States Population Then ICH Than 4000000 Vlirn the first census of the United States was taken in 1790 there were 10 states and the southwest and northwest tterritories The returns fixed the puimlatluu at 3029U14 while those of 1100 give over 70000000 a fourteen fold growth lu 110 years In the lirst census nothing was sought but the number of inhabitants and the task was assigned to United Stttes marshals who performed tia work for several censuses In the cen e1 sus library isa record of the first con which shows that tlit census of 1790 was ordered in March and com pleted by Qctober 1791 u very credits ble showing when the difficulty of com munication Is considered The popula tiop was divided into five classes free white males of 10 years unJ upwarJ Including hcndp of families free white females Including heads of families free white maUs under 1C years other persons slaves Fourteen enumeration districts wore mapped out of the Eftiteg null the popuijiioa of t lie towns counties and states fIvin Al of the slates except Maine and Massachusetts had slaves Virginia led with a popu lation of 747010 whites and 292000 slaves North Ofrolina was second with 393731 whites and 100000 slaves Maryland had a population of 42275t of whIch 10o03Gwerc staves The slave population cf the northern states Is given as follows New Hampshire 1iS Fhotle Island 048 Connecticut 27Ci Now York 21 324 New Jersey 11423 Pennrylvanla 3237 Delaware 88S7 Vermont 10 The population of the southwest ter- rItory was 35091 whites and 3411 slaves The record Is full of errors In calcula lion and addition but Is Interesting In showing how the population has in creased and how the art of census tak ing has developed with the population BaltimoreSun A BOY AND A RIFLE And the Trick the Father Played to Slake the Youngster Careful Exact statistics on the subject are lacking but U Is certain that the man who didnt know It was loaded kills and malms annually a great many per sow The only safe rule with a gun is never under any circumstances to point It at anybody One should al ways act on the assumption that it Is leaded Unforiyuately though an aver age human being learns only by ex perience and where a gun Is concerned that often entails an awful price Bearing ths In mind a veteran sportsman of this city adopted a unique method of pressing this son on his sonr Tula Is how ho told the story want my son to lhe n sportsman so that when he gets to be as old as his father he may have as many pleasant memories to look Lack to 11gut11 of handling the weapon carefully I put up a Job on him that woufdbe far more effective After he had spent a couple of hours fondling It and cleaning It aftertimecontritjets rThenr ed me how he would take aim at It There was an explosion and he tell In a dead faith You may think It mean of me but I allowed him to think that only the badness of his aim or some Intervention of Provldenclr saved me from death The lesson bo learned will lajst Win through lIfe be ompnnleditBome have a boy of his own I shall tell him of the trick j played on blmNew lark Herald So JtVa Momma como quick The catsup on lDl11ttbatcnUIlt Ybacdsonthing and the enraged materfamilias vtopr aiii riia5ied aer Late tbp a Eczema I II I Uchlaft Humors Pim pies Cured by B B ft- Bottle Free tci Sufferers Does your Skin Itjchpr Burn Disi tfetsinglirnplibns en the Skin so you feel ashamed to be seen in company Do Scabs and Scales form on theSfcin Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form oti the Skin Prickling Faiss in the Bkiri Boils Pimples B6nePains Swol len Joints Falling Hair All Runj Dowi Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers AH these are symp toms of Eczema and Imnitrities and Poisons in the blood To cure to slay cured take B C B Botanic Blood Balmy which makes the blood pure rich B B B will cause the sores to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sWeet BB B is just he rem edy you have been looki g for thoroughly festcd for yea s Our readers areadvif ed to try B B B For sale by druggists at 1 per large bottle six large bottles full treatment 55 Complete directions with each bottle To sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta t Describe your trouble and free person Lpantry Where is she Tommy I dont Bee her Seewbo Why you said the cat was on iff shelf I uevcir said there was a cat on the shelf Yes you did You said Thea cata up on the abclf So I did and I say it yet The cat sup on the shelf right before your eyes Dont you see It There In that old wine bottle and he quleUy but very swiftly dodged out intO the kitchen Pearsons Weekly SIde Tracking tie S1eth First Burglar In kltchenKWonldnt I sail into that grub If vrafnt under treatment fer me dyspepsy Second Burglar Thats Just why yond orter do it BilL All the detect- Ives knows about your dyspepsy and If we clean out the provisions theyll er suspect you of bein Jn this job Harlem L1tIl+ fmphulSayStroller who was anxious for a Jaunt what de yousay to a tramp after dlnneri salIGet out or the dog on you Philadelphia Record If the poor people did but know how tbelrIwQ envy world Chicago News Whoa you sell an article by weight raembipr that other people nave scales AtchlFon Globe Emerson Last Lecture In his Eccentricities of Genius Major Pond tells the pathetic story of Italph Waldo Emersons last lecture delivered In the Old South church o Boston for the fund to save that build ing from demolition As he began reading his lecture time audience was very attentive After a few moments he lost his place nnd his- e1 granddaughter sitting In the trout of seats gently stepped toward him and reminded him that he was lectur ing lie saw at once that be was wan dtriug sad with the most cUnnnlng characteristic apologetic bow he re sumed his place an Incident that seem ed to affect the audience more than anything else that could possibly occurred A few moments took u piece of manuscript In his lInreI and turning around with It laid a side table Just then one of the audi ence said tome think It was Mrs Livermore or Mr Howe Please have the audience pass right out and rush lug up to Mr Emerson said Thank you so much for that delightful lee ture then turning around waved the audience to go out He probably had been speaking about 13 mInutes The audience pass ed out many of them In tears It was one of the most pathetic sights I ever III I InterviewersAlderman Swelhed I hove come to get your views on thet proposed change in the curriculum the grammar scllool tI Alderman Swelhed Curriculum Whats that Im agln it whatever It Js Alderman Swclhed reading the re port of the Intervlqwer next morning Our distinguished townsman Mr M T Swelhed was found at hIs charming home surrounded by abundant Indica tion of ripe scholarship and sturdy common sense In reply to our report crs question ho said I do not desire to force my opin ions upon the public but this I will saybut have given to this question hong and studious attention Incidental ly examining Into the currfcula of math tutions of learning both at home and abroad and although I find In theexi- sting course of stUdy not a few matter for condemnation still upon Ihc whole I cannot say that I shouldad vise any radical change until I have further time to examine into the sub jeet By George that fellers got my ex actlanguage word for word And lie didnt take no notes neither By George what a memory that feller must haverTItBltS Small Change You know I feel Just like acountM felt bill observed a young manto jl friend with wlom he was walking stopping In front of a barroom Vhyr queried his partner I cannot pass the other explained waving his hand toward tbe entrance of the place Oh remarked his friend dont let that feeling worry you You know Im 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