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JtaroJb JllYenteetb nefburthmaiu- kmd ei1gwIthtMagreenlis ire UH tare and bleikhillBldea s4e ap the gloomy scene OWwlBtera sober garments doffed jUre wearing of the green 08r Pearsons k JLBD pbtjQHT The trial of Athe suit ito break the wi of Slate W1 It Casey will go plgktiu the local court for year Tbe amount involved seems jwMUivhen the largo number of nsi1s the time consumE sptheyers iirff considered Thet lated vdilue of the estateUs ever t400 and and yet one loceedingslarger amount wat stake Hon John Wi Lew1sand Mr 1t 8 Thurnian the cpcnsel for the cot itestants seemed to putiorlh tb lr best efforjs in the case and ir viciory under lthe circura nces was a reditableoueIt always febnsidered a hard taskw break a wOl by legal proceedings and although injat itsc2Eences favorable tothatend was Tjy no means an exception LIiCt the wishes of the dead unless they are proven unreal enable or unjust rhich accounts r the difficulty in willbreakr Ltgeast among the difficulties be over coma by the counsel for the ypubg Casey heir was pieableai rudeiogthe Mathews Claimants evd ntly brought all Qf Ihis shrewdness and skill ta bare inS this case and he was ably sup- PQrtedb TV Simms Jr andI S Mayes the latter acting in dffene jf his position as exec Uts er of the will TV HE coSTBrThe item of JL costs in this llcase- wUlbe considerable although mightbaveOEe take tP the Con rt of Appeals instance as there was some probability of doing had a settle ment not been brought about- An examination of the wltne bopk of the court reveals the act that 44 witnesses have put iin a claim fOrtbeir attenda- cta dollar 4 day for frpm si to eight days The total amount aHowed for witnesses according to the record is 262 5C of this however will not be claimed as some of the witnesses tbeMaihews sidehave waved theirclaimsv Tbosteriogra pher s fee which is to be equally shared by the two parties to the will be another item and ttb lgtbut we venture to say by no means least comes iin the aw yers for they must be paid1 Well they deserve to beirIfor theyfought a hard fightt 4 tr1 yJELVB QRBAIE3T The 1Lresult of the contest in stigurated by the Evening Post tp name the ttwelve greatest m lisjambag Kentuckys tllus rpus dead has been Annpunced A amonth ago the Post me j letters tp pne hundred represen tativem n Each man was asked 1O nnl the twelve men wbpm hecOnsidered the greatest among Kentuckys dead Of the one Vlacired selected to act as judges saycnty five resppnded The includediieigbtyfoufnsm bad been proinnient in IKen tuckya history Those se hayAbrshamC DafsjIGeot A l JobnsonEphriaD1 1iIiiii WeMcDowellridge tonWa McObprd of ringfield was one of the cpm tte and named nine of the eWO WF Grigsbyalso of splac3 ina lletter tb the Post w d ten of tha twelve Only 55tw o of the seven tyfive Judges succeeded in taming ten of the Vt elveth whichmake up the t niVIrhe spring sunshine and veIwrOUgbt andIIL1ik the honest farmer fA ff3w weeks ngoa great com wasaint heard throughout the country that the wheat crop Swtts ruined that the freezes the 4y yrkeddestructIonl proithe harvest wc uld hardly equal the seeding But the improvmant has been marked and now even the most pessimistic will admit that the chances are for almost an aver bage crop provided of course the weather conditions continue favorable from now on iDr Bells PineTarHoney a vancc anew theory in the treatment of all cough bronchial njgItADSOtIlately harmles and pleasant to take It cuts loose the mucus without exer turn or straining and stops the cough once by healing thi inflamed parts gives vigor and vitality to the respiratory organs It enables the tblood to receive th proper supply o oxygen It builds up the system ren dejing it less susceptible tQcoldc Good druggists sell it Headache often results from a dis ordered condition of the stomach an constipation of the bowels A dose or tvo of Chamberlains Stonfach and ver Tablets wijlcorrect these dU orders and cure thehea ache Sold by Havdon Robertson I Walkers Tonic is the link th lt cks up the vital force of man in his n down state and binds him tohealth and strength by rccuperatinp the Brain regulating the action uf th Heart and nourishing the Nervou- ystem r I8raqleyWIII Get It 1Tbe Louisville Commercial ays Former Gov William O Bradley willbe aprointed judge off the estern judicial district of Kentucky This fact is as cer tain as anything can be assured iin politics He has the endoseI mentor Senator Deboe and aUI the Republican congressme- romfj Kentucky President McI Kinley has said that Pugh can not get the place Cocbran is llmoscertainly out of the fight and Bradley iis a sure winners This statement is based on an interview with Col Tom J Lan drum yerterday who wibseveral- e of Goy Bradleys friends has been workIng earnestly for the former govenor although Brad lev himself bas not been making- t a fight QUESTION ANSW FRED Yes August Flow ll still has the largest sale of any medicine Ltin the civilized world Your- n mothers and randmot ers nev thought of using anything e for Indigestion or Biliousness Doctors were scarce and th seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart Failure etc They used Aug Flower to lean out the system and stop fermentation of undl Bested food regulate the action of the1liver stimulate the ner- n yoqs anu organic action of the system and thatis all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August FJowor in liquid fo rmJ to make you satisfied there is nothing Serious the matter wich you For sale by Haydon RobertsonS Serous Charge Sqwl Donev was arrested here Saturday bji a warrant cbarf uJghltit with attempting to marry his fourteen year old gjgj terin llaw fn Danville be having secureiS the license without the consent of the girls mother Sirs Piirns of Gave Sprin- ghistiilbe At was held over to Oircqilr Court under 5GO bbud and was lodged m the ojle jail This trouble recaps the prisoning ot Downeys wife many months ago a her deatl was supposed to have been the out come ot the infatuation off Fallowwell a farm band the girtwhol figures in the lease The Downey lived on the Abe B ntafatm snno f here aud Fallowell boarded with them and it is said he felfin love with the girl and that thoi sOfbittItftft and ma 1victehave been Mrs Downey who at this Vine was a mother af y a week or ten days was given a large dose of arsenic in a cup of coffee from the effects ofI wbich she died m great agony Suspicion at once fell on Fallow well and he made his escape to the knobs country neJrLebI anon and has since been at large EHarrodsburg SayIngs jiTwiceFrom He Vindicator Rutherford N C The editor of the Vindicator hits haoroccasion to test the efficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm twice with theI most remarkable results in each case First with rheumatism in the shoulder from which he suffered excruciating pain for ten days whkhwas relieved vi beiLirubbing the parts afflicted and realizing instant benefit and entire relief i iifou avery short time Second in rheu matism in thigh joint almost presc tral1liusrulLt bin g with the liniment on retiringCaht and getting up free For sale by Haydon Robertson Shower of HhtimA friend has ltfr at this ofke1 a copy of the Candid Review a sfin the early years of the la itoth century In it we find the fol I wing marvelous account of a wondefulpbeoomenoD On the 15itr ot F verdfellI within one hundred yards of the residence of Thomas Ml Clarkson in Nelson county a shower of flech and blood about ifty feet wide and ts far as it was traced about three tiu dre d yards in length The peces appeared to be flesh liver lights boeodian off mesrenily yery fresh Three of Mrs Qiaikstons children were n it and ran to their mother ex caiming Mother there is meat falling Their mother ran im mediately to see bu tithe shower was over out there lay tho bloodetc NeilCampbell Esq hvsng close by was on the scene Sh geortlyaftced it as above One of tbe C ll agnone hundred and fifty yards away and came running to the rest saying he smelt something like blood Duringthe time the cl P iaranceofi was no ram The above is vouched for by both Mr Clarkson and Mr Campbell and we were shown u piece of the flesh which has been examined through Jwo of the best microscopes id this place Ift and the existapce 6f bood Well I established but nothing was shown giving any indication of the character of the matter It has the smell both in jit9 dry Litlseputrid fish and there jjan scarcely be doubt that it eySj 81chI DanvilleustThe Great Council of feathered warriors of Ky will assemble at Danville May 14 and will continue the pow Vuntil May MiDclustvea the red men wiH be rigbt init with the qther fraternities of the State No hotter place to have tbe Indians ssemble in war conclave than Danville could have been selec ted for the people there know just bow to treat visitors welL It is the custom of this order to promote its meritorious officers etiDgMrI laver secretary of OFV Vass nians provision house this city will become the chjef officer of the Order of Red Men in Ky Louisyllle Prst When You are bilious use those fatnousjittle pitla known as De itts Little Early Risers to cleanse the gjpclIaydou a ME WILL BROKEN The Casey Will Case is at Last Settled in jGouri A JURORS QUEER ACTION wiltftexcit an un usualjamount or local interest Fridayittriallfornearly two weeks AlH though the final result was ory for the testantseitinA e what purported to brtbe last will and testament of W R Casey it appeared for a time as if cothemistrial pro1rcee dings would have to be gone over again This was owing tqla peculiar position taken by one of the jury Fortunately however the attorney s for both sides got together and adjusted the m tter to mutual satisfaction and hlgment setting aside the will wa 18silowedThe action t4ken by the jjJrv more particuUrly by one member which brought about SOD thethis as rehted to us by one of the jejurymenng takenafter the jury had retired for consultation it was nd that ten of the twelve men were in favor of finding for thea contestants or setting aside vhe trument purporting be tbe last wilt and tesiamrnt of WR sey Although thete or iVen nine of the jury agreeing wcrea competent to male a verdict some e was consumed in an effort to get a unanimous consent and one of the two dissenting one it iid did finally agree with thep er ten The remaining one however Mr Gabe Keigtftlev still hed out his opinion in favor of sustaining jhe will and the dict was drawn up and sig snedthat asA done however Mr Keigbtly announced that rather t stand alone he would agree to unanimous verdict and ihe paper was torn up and another written signed by the foreman This verdict which is found em died In the copy of the judge- nt published below wa banded into court by the foreman of the jury as tnao body came aown from the jury room After Vie clerk had read tbe verdict a motion was made requesting a poll of the jury In answer to tbe question Is this your ver die each one said yes untiI Mr Keightly was called ThatI ntleman in response to the question said that be could not ree to the yerdict Judge Patteson thereupon declared a mistrial although the attorneys for the contestant made a rnotio p THIN HAIR One you i maf rely upon JJA 51pr r J have thin I1 hair Per I haps their n parentshad S 1 hair per haps their I children have thinI hair But this dotes j not make Iit necessary II for them to have thin i hair c thing j I P Hair j makes the hair healthy L and Vigorous makes V it grow1thickan4 l FdrulYj ri It always restores color to gray nairr r all the dark richcolor of early life There is r fj no longer cdor- pur looking old be fore your time SlOOabottle dniggliti- s r As a remedy for restoring tolort PAirVfJQrgtTen mejrect satletaction In I cTerr111A I BtnimL I Aug 191888 HammondsportNy WitHe Ite eet Tiilsire If you do not obtain tbe tenettiyou expected trnm the u of tiio Vigor writ the Doctor about tIt AddreuJOA LowohMau 5S J t tt the jury be ailOjWd 3Pf make a yerdict asYelevealiuU alNJ agreed whioV was jtwo jnore ttian the n m required After some further consultation among the aUorjrieya the judge ment was allowed td o of record whish we publish in full below and which states tbetermso- ttbesett1ementpl hHY and specifically The folowin THE JUDGEMENT Edwin N Casey bv etc ppl1eesf Emma Matthews etc f Appeal ThJacay came the parties and the jar heretofore empaneled and aworn herein came into court and hearing conclusion of the argument of counBel retired to consider and retttrned Into urt the following verdict towit uWe the Jory believe front allI the evfdenceln the case that the paper ulelastCasey is not the last Jib and tpBta ment of W R Casey and We findti against the said paper TJ Settle V I One of the jury It Is therefore adjudged by the court that the said paper marked A not the true last wilt and testament ti of WR Casey deceased The Wast Jngton county court Is ordered to let aside the order of day of month 1900 adjudging the same to be e last will and testament of said Casey and to enter a judgment re cting the same as the last will and of W R Casey and the clerk of this court is ordered to certifyI this judgment to said county cour and it is further agreed by the court that the cCntestant pay the costs herein except the claims the witnesses fdsidinjg In Nelso- e cnjbu county and except onehalf of th stenographers fees herein which said last two sums the propounderiare adjudged to pay SIiii annexed of W K Casey having good faith under taken to have sal tkowedhepdfdbyb0ouithd Cuei propounder8and upon evidence satis factory to him that Emma R Matbews o 151ettledrsIitfees he is authorized to turn said asii eipttb3leforhim in anj settlement be may make Iwaidanadirectedmayhaveto the payment of Bald 1000 as above tojSpayYIetadjudgedtelof said W K Oisey consiatlneof lvIecertain houses 9nthoSpringfIeld Washington county Fy and bounded etc r to secure the of anthodzto collect tile rents jthereffom paying Jnardianapplying thE rqmAlnder tot payl agatetheaDditl1op4Y ment of the remainder of jafd sum ol 10i0 and the lnieltedneas of asidt B Uaser and the costs Incident tot lvI lasettlementeuStillt the whole of same shall tlwboliystfurthereTlfaguardianone for her shall furnish said Mates administrator aforesaid a sufficient cylthatl e cash now on hand to the settlement of the matters as he In before agreed then said Maye may transfer the benefit of this judgment jaind the iein Caseygnardianaf as furnished said money and ttfey shall be substitutiea to all the rigbti of eald1dmtyeeae to said liens as 161the renting of jjaid houses and applying theproceedsS aLewist oteIng the contestants in this case under the agreement that In thd event they should SDCceed in breaking said will theY shoujd e eJrfJ br tbe rserY cell the sumo 8500 audJn the eybnt theys- hQuld fail they shpuidrec6lvenpth vlngbythIsjudgment probating said will having been ciideredset aside and held for naught And onj woof Jin open courtltlif adjudged that sad Lewis and said Thurman shall ireceive the sum of 500 as aforesaid Vhlch is adjudged a reasonable fee for their services bjhii and to secure tho payment of eame they are adjudged a lien upob descnitacid This judgment jI nteredby agree mentOf all of the parties heretp ISweek a month a year Dr Bells CQuhiTherei has cured man others eluallyAevere Good druggists sell it Ko cureflO pay Jllaaer StlyvST Totter comma and skin dlsM a yeald qufcklY to the triaryeioufljhe l tleg qualities 9riB nner Stlve frothpreSdiPtfoflOf ad a skin a Qlalfij of world wldoi fame 25c Wojod Jb lmstitt re ti Na N a i 55TGoodfMove The MaysvilioBuflettuIt tirgeGovBeekbam theLegprphibiting the tase qf Sari grcjen on xro lng props of that weed1 aad a dozen men have signified ttheir Intention of of introducing btls pihitiet iting tbcnse o this and other pdtsonsi Thettisedf Paris yeaforworins became nearly universal last year Therei are otbrf means equaiy as eiHojen we think oj l b IDgtbei worm pestia13d which do ndtj ifojjTe ti am bai havdjeT it1ectlaro als twlcol Ithe flomothsEugJne J Halt the poet and pntrlPh Usher says that one dose ol Fqleya Hon and Tar r stored bisw1ien hoaraneaa threatened threatened fema r06ntralldtulcfIhllfl iWo od WzmsattF the afOFIL cOntrolsl th1tuatioti Th imosewhothose who can dat and dlffest plentyI of food Kodol yepsbiCure di pests what yoa t and allowd you to tleat all the goo food you want 1faryou suffer from indigestion heartt burnt belchlngjorf any oth stomach a rouble this preparation cani lidIPI t do you good The most sensitive i stomachs caij jkake itHuydon IRobertson SeethatyoaffeltheprfffilialDeWHa Virh Hazel Salve wheouuitk font if The hogenuine 6resI1Ro brtson foSBaStepherLD Luyas who Jlyesl r the iarm iL tSM tv try near tCurrys Switcjfj hiI jyounK tistIjj distemper 111 s maDDer of afflicUon He hasf seven mck butmorf reports Ith adreetyflichttPdMr Lufcas suspect tbat it taighf81 jblycesothethghorses and mules of Thou R eltonin iho samd vicinity re affected lb the same way He does not know how the dls ase was 1ntroduceidH irodi burg Democrat lOOleward J OO belheplea t1Iearn b8ttbripbjatJ lee otie dreaded disease that 8dencoliwi eCn ablo tl jure In jail Iifs stages adat Is catarrh Malls Cstarrfi Carols tha only poBltlro cure known to t medical lra rnitvJrUafnrrb bolng a tIn BtUutional disease requires a joastltu tlpnnl tfcaiifient Halls CaUrrh Cure s k nln temaix tlng duectJ ap tho blood aftdl mncons snrffcpa 011y roufdatltJDofthentstrengtli by building up tbecon itutton anil insisting naturolin dolap ifaTOork Tfie proprietors have BOmdcb Itl In Its cuiatlva powers thai they tfer jne Htindied Dollars Tor anjcaw th thatattimonlals s ddl O foS1dI U1Iafunnv 1lIs are the Itf you every trjrSuthferiandi Uagle j le r ai esig itttgranulated lids or sore eyesj aI11Jk111d ouyUbel keensightedi vcrtiseramcnryoar friends forlt Jud menf Sspevtdeda 4ftPridayI ay set Judge vOarroil ior Suea execution of Holly SCruUon Tot tther is also known that1 an appeal was tauen oh the case and atra abiscrlpt was filed on thal5ib 0tjFebuiir Ciicu1tO1er1c WsUl car has rec6iyed from the Qlerk of the Court of Appeals a notictof the appeal and asutp okS the judgment iis ordered p ndlBy a decision of be caseiis tLhe higher court Itjs belieted by ootaJteSv that artcint deals 0 U ot the Court of Appeals is Tr7faypraWe to 5yruttoii cae itthat certain quMtioBr WrtQkediHQliy StrUttoa wb- f I wLtDefs in the ca er thi zaTiit highly probabl that a revtr gal will b obtained ItppIra that you cam ot Wlr alti iee regardfniBr aa indfctjavwit orcpa yictionol 1JlisdKatJI11 r J 1cllinJeakec Lroy Strtttoii iiad ITfclpf l vrlQfl t1M I i expCte AnonNwi lseuni1s4 bibateoeatua 1 pe4 llt iBIILIOi 24 tor roniurc1 rCetrspoc 5 to htif uf Xak Settlest 4 rifrrr o IIWe bavaj jj in par eornO j family pf seivel prst tb t fatl ier bea fy CJii1iJtheoldest Sftenitetf ins jqiuKi I 1I1Sve years old Ufeg pn3B hiv e been marrfcd oyrr ifce I rs and hav iitra iiai toc li t i doctor l the fhffei tWri 0 I JQthfnE S Itbl rWh at PJHt fslryl kn I fs isses JI lh i 1M IO3t8 and As3a- e reI rrternIei koer a 1t J asant visit with riLoMiss Ethel Hodgtfr pffii k wl cojDgienee anbcridSe chopf r wOfcby Misses gnd Msm1efl rey and Miss 3leIvina 1W 0Af bt Mackstiii Jntl4eAyi withJ the faioilj of li CE tei n T Keir 1ff fizra Sivbi tpreachidatMgdSwndiy f 1 i fMM Afat ie tinjmji1d ffproved nt ier being wallIto her ro seeraI d1f wi tj t pneumonia 14 4 Ben McElvoy b vef tb m now gccttpjed hivfl ii t Kelty from Sara Arnold pi B oyJ cpuhty for 12op I f lrInilanatoJI r JhomeI JMist MatiKt Mellvoy aoJ a rse to Syt rBrother Jotc4 rr tMr Charlie OhaiplwiiLsd Jr Oklohoraa f J1i W ilia ofL11qeviisi Ci trouble and coB titi at i j I me She says I tiye preparations bt ioa dohme th ItIan Thee ita1Ilea ref iaLet iytX butsotJs dreg Moe Pni a FmpiesSS itctl8uftoach asidlMirtcars andaft r the c4 ILfsiLtO TI A 1e1pitfriendD of4oIySptp6lZ tafewMJ t hal- cu red Ime eaUrdTl iut y dii jliii iiinRo Ntf Rdbert L Mo- lcLwh4es IT bii jubkid tJ Ye barir itoctorti 1ritJiaU iM r 4- 11idWheSItaa77S tri FuC ad TM t utwebMUsIeoplN53reIIIdj ieaaMair wM 1f W IS55va f r f d jyithtrij aflir5e pro4rac4 Ilwa 4etl walikiola MIIsed bs- re hat matrii4 WM s Ms Nail of HJMtfit casy l bg WM a woaiaa of apWrldf cbu acteristica a4 iw bilbly eid by alt who knew hw a ntimber pf friwwM x JtlI rdi1oe abirwas wii9 Vst ndtbrsechIMraI Mr W B grtill t h is boaie s Bs111w rue tter a big il1esf t- 5roible Dee4 wag w- aoDk d p pl Im i1be sebsusiness aft BalHown fQ eely yn Mt oe46 y gaj s tleii oejta- edird + Mr TT ria iiii alStA vrYosoIkIIaI1IJ tei half dousi b 4Jeetb OQ4 s bc4- ar iertfrll flOTPd fiahktlscts ikWfttI5R PHE5thftfP 4ree4fvItterI4lsLtiine Y= u taIl- a4rtbIU IWFa- ds t s gitfltke eoJ LtiigL rLIi tjji iLDF- Rt i1T IN Is Kv1iBLW ot = =toc1o44tisi tkef IOCeIt pe f I rMMI iaat cnt fo 1UKtlQti al1AI H i C11a wril blttlfcil matter stlrUThe Jbe ta ss rates btt cash Ji 4 verr o goods itii dJ1 rcts adfr on liberal t soIut1ons of respect 3aIipePWse nJ agrat iO oIhn4yeers iV Lk tO1cs ttoOO tfcjRiiD MAtt n 21 1901 iow tyIttoiy 1frr Etherized to announce T SCO PEMAYES jjUc 4rdJLiei f fe the pffioa of Conn iy AltorjMejr of Washington coantjy re1ot n19O1 For atrate- xeari Qtbo riafrd to announce S7At1 tMtJDD iVi nlIdatQ fair Magistrate the H srldkitawn and SprlngQeld No 9 t Ito J6Ve mbereleqtlb 1901 r ItolS riffLwe are ail 1i r zed to announce BraOEI CROAKE j jrthe office of Sheriff r IfItonco nty November elec- neJikt1 DSputiep Sidney Os iytd Mai ore Jiictiard Isbam W e itt1 U1e4iO announce GADOHQNEY Ai a en14M or the Democratic iMie to NeetltUV8 from wuato ci ty November elec JGil3t IAS rroiiiv H Oar It jjalai Coi rcHpondont Missi DinileAt Huinphrey 61 f Xckgvfl1a was hcg estorl MNi 1 uiyatttfek c XscM r its yof Lebanciv is tit ti t family of JuugI LiLdy Jif Waltlj Thompson has re urihtlhomJ attar a visit to re latlves tn Ii liaaapSliu ilic JViflfi ofcWs of Lebanor Vis tMri ojiu Browns Sun day t Sa gP YW S1n Peri5- iltathis we k IfJilrim fold f is wIth her jpafrents MS and Mrs Will T iamjDsoh Sunday tLn Robe t Thompion sp nt lutweek with beirfti111er Mr Bofled aSSirvy Va iwdate has returned iioae ffoin Louisville after itwo moQlbs isjt at the home of jyffi Arvinifc oe of Louisville Miss Maw e Grigcbyof Beech land WPS vuitifing at the home tb Mr J W Nally last week Mrriiml DHord ol Spring field w sibQying bepves hre Saturday Mr 4i mitt ISfery ill ate i thh wrin i Mri tVLiBoahnjan is in k tt Lb his little granc- c sat Mitt to ave a surgical oper ation p rfo rmfed il Mr Oh3rey 3reenft Miss Lldia CoMe troy1Mr Russell Oneschier dnd r Miss Lizzie vater spE n Sunday with Miss NoMmi nr tie T1eun ollrs I Thom c last Friday oprapttce singing Next tidaif BigUfc tlpfa will b3Bt- ntatJjC at the church to practice sizagirg SeyeralK orthlais cursettact cithjBsHeei of Mf Julia Grig iby and lifd cousidstablo damage The loss ai ouoh 1tto over 5Q l Mr X S fMnkey Jot several valuable sb ep in the same man jer 1fu3e calls ipr Odii Minitte Cough Cqre FcralIthros and itiig troublerthis i iTy h rthlcssremcdytWat gvcs itr uIt Vrcvent cousum Bayd u Iobcrcep WATfD bI reUshle erou Ir fr rfcpuBty o r jjnes ut Wgtfgtnapapy 4f solid Isu Ul repd Ration i 036 salary 4 sr Tesr jwiya bla w toMy 3 per day ibl pIekgy sere and all oxpeeef straight oa M tie nte a I rn1ssIoa di 1rh ud Dev aw 4ec week STANDB e 4 Cb1ci Hofci ei e Joe t a rjftj I ta ctt1 ij agofell fii I lu had hillldl in AgetaUeVrepataioaforAsbulzuIng tifigS aMBcMelscf Proii ote8DigestionCteerrur fandhestCOneiLhert4op1iin i NfOTNABCCJTIC aoUkSiH1iJ1PfXRJ jIj APec1ReedfOreOX1SbPI13oIt WprmsConyuIsiQnsFeverislr riess and loss OF SlEEt FAa Simile Signature or 44NEW YDHK l EXACT COPY OFWRAFPER J brok6a Immediately after the primary w had promise jot a contest in one of the magisterial districts atd In the race fdr jailer but the trouble seems tb be blowing over ivilU these March gale Mis Emma Mjatbews and daughter Mrs JJJarry Hodsoo and Miss Lel bet lifhthews have relumed from Springfield Mrs Sddson xill remain here several days before returning to Ander- 6n 1n4r Mr Will Hiqlrie met with a T ry painful Accident at his mothers home tQ4r Bloomfield lasb Saturday He was handling younghoise preparatory lo selling himtoH pifcKv at that placer He Went tco near the rear of the hors wTireupon the animal lAt both feet fly striking Mr HjnklG in the face nd onCtbe shoulder making very painful Jbruises He is now at borne but able tope out- Eichard Osborne who forme Iy lived in the iBtringtown neigh borhood was arrested here this morning on a warrant sworn oat by John Moir churffing him with petit larceny Muir claims tjmThe gave OstTprne a twenty dollar bill tcno to town 3nd have change1 0 bor ue was to takeout th re do liars owing him by Muir and return the changej and Osborne never returned w th itr The trial is now in progress Cherry and Barlow for the Commonwealth and Judge Kelly 4or the defend antv i Chronic Nasal Cjitarrh pofeoni Ovary breath that is drawn Into the lungs Thtere is procurable from any 4ruggst the dy foe the euro dftbis trouble A smal e1intothetJlodnillfqlutes A cold In ttchcnd vanfohes imrt wlllb1DaUc4foitJC tarrentnrect Ceetp InsnranroT Many a man htti been fnsajc d agaf t rfgtiVeso fiftytCoreVoodjilGhIDcofosaliusUer There is an oportqnity for one ptpur young men or vomen to make money with THE UNIQUE MONTHLY Depew Building New York This Monthly which wi s Magazth1ashalfsdfmo magireor tfaewprld It wants one agentia this vicin Ityjvnd will give exclusive ter personBesidesto its reprfisentiVe it sends a present Wott imoretbal1 t lie price of Tile IJnJqiie M thIyt- ery subscriber secured by thS representayyet Better address t cuce The Unique Monthly bepew Bniidjnsr New York Narrow Escape A teJegraQi trota Boomfield tu the Cincinnati Enquirer state s that Mr Wallace Shebanf wife zodcbid of Maud came near being drowned Sunday while grossing Beach Fork river The ipj3a Mrs Shehan was driving I4412hdJthn girth broke and IA i1 ljirovn into deept 2Lertthe wter beIng verybiglb itthittg Mt1 hb be1c th ttrL1e reiancf vfafs being d HII dt JItlj the ten 5ii r Cf CASTDRtA Por and Children The rid You Have ays Bought Bears the Si 011 atuteo OJ of ln mr5 Us rorovej Thirty Tear- sCASIORIA cm is hnher husbiod hastened l berJ ScuetSeizing her with l one hand and the child with the other and altbbigh hewap pull ed from his horse a mighty effort g saved himself and the others from a watery grave Had they not beer near the bank all yould have bepq drowned Hardesty Schoolhouse From our Reeular CorrMponcJont Mr Jim Hays of MaplehiU bought nine shoats of Mr JNi Rays for 5 cts per pined Mr JNHayS also bought a sow f and pigs of F M G rayfor 20 Mr J S Hdrdesty has returned from PerryvilleIMr J B Gray bought o milch cow from Mr Dalis Murphy for 35 Mr Will Hays of NeUor county bought a two years olc mule from Mr W S Y Good lett Mr Ziclt Crow bought bunch of shoats from Mr J R Gray for25 per head Messers G Wand M V SutberUnd pent Sunday night with J H Gray Und family MACKVJLLLE T v From Our Regular Corespondent Louis Yapkey bought from JJohn Carpenter Slshoata for 10 Wil tty sold a nice three year filly to jJ T Nally of near your town for65 Proc Daugher of Elizabeth town is here conducting t1singff in school at tte Christian Ctjuroh this week white HAVIt Couch is prear hihgThcse services will coutiauetciis week and pus t of n xrt idersonFerril I bought a nice comblried uicrj from Harrold Kobinson ol Sbarpsville for 165 The young people were givi ntt asocial at the r stdenca of Bf P Cox lust week All report tLr nice iime t Oicar Sweeney bought a e combined horse hlill Jeff N Lhyjj for e6 iv P aat bet iis having a bafn built at this place where be expeots to conduct a feed and 0 eale stable PIof E E minf y Iud wife wbobave been teaching the High school here JefV last week flTC Gainesville Hindis to live Died on the 13th J hnK Wilson in his 82n eQrof general debility Tho funeral services were conducted tho follpwiny Sheriffss Saile F- OTAXE Bj vlrtoe pftaxes duaJthe Sttof fWMhinptoiiIthe CpurtlJouap door in Sprln3fleldon MONDAY MARCH 2sih 1901 at atiout bcloclrpm the follhwlng property or muon thbrabt will satisfy the amount oltaxej and cdBtfli towit Hendrcn DIstrlctTElIzabetli Elliott 30 acres of land taos and cod for ydar 1 3989627 if Nprth District Vary Elphar son 40 i icres of land taxsnnd costs for years 1895 Oij97t 9899 and 1900 31X722 r rDa b Washington ASrEF county I t- 4 lttrJwbkbthere l t i Texas aft r ttpho sntr visit to the family of Joined Or eager 6asr tirpeJ home R vL WvMorrisJof f Wllrnore ill prieieh at the Mth dist Iurich the fourth Sunday GeorgeWycoffwho is iatieqd- g school at JDmville spent cjaturday and Suuday at home DES ir PAT TO BUY CHEAPV A cheap remedy for cqra- nd cold3 is all right but you Want something to relieve and cure the more severe and dan gerous resnlts of throat and lung troubles What shall yen do Go to a warmer and mne regular climate Yes if possi i ble if not possible for you then in either cse tako the ONiTJf remedy haV has been ittrcduced in all civilized coutitiies wIth success in severe throatandt lung troubles Boschees Ger man Syrup It not only heal and stimulates Vf tuEs tr destroy the germ disease but allays iinflammation causes easy expectoration Lives a goon nights rest and cures th patIent Try one bottle Recom mended mary years by all druggists in the world For sale by tobertsonHaydon UP to a Match Thomas Lawson tbe B ston trottio mqnhas is updn chn lange to race Boralma against Scannells great gelding The Abbot the match to be for 25000 a side There can be no doubt that this match would prove one ot ie grtatest iuihc history of Amaricah turf M Lavson sivs hvill give hi winnings tb charity in cae Bo ralmade feats the Abbo RepLvingMr Scmnell oVne jf the Abbot savs If the owne1 of iBorama sincerly and hontfstl wants to mach with the Ahb r t am ready and now accept challenge Xrooihim to race in tht usual and customaiy sports an like manner without anyrestrte1- oo for 2oOCO a side 10 000 t be dep sited now 5000 Jtly 1901 arid 10 000 the night bafor tie race all oVposits b inC forflt d by the Inrse that dos m come to the wire on thereeeda the race to be trotted during th monlh of September on th rack of the association offerini ho best inducements the winner 0 take all the proceds or tin pceipts outside the stake of 50 JOJ to be divided as we ma giee ccnmy Is Blooil Deep Clean blood means a clean skin ieaaty without it Cascarets Candy Cathoi ic clean your blood and keep it dean b tinin u the lazy liver and driving aii iir Untie from the body Ikgm tOday t waisli pimples boils blotches blickheid vnd that sickly billon complexion by takin d11lilittsl ThrouShout the State Mrs Rebecca LOwer I ap 65 wife of John Lowry of Brack eDcounty h3S ben operated on- o timst r dropsy l nd 28 gal ons ofwbterhavo ben extract d The last bperatiojj was p3rf r oed last week nnd she is now able to attend to her hOUS3 bold duties The Re ublican prim rv elec tion in Estill cyU tty resulted et- oIc wp 0 K Noland jadE rulijyrityj 244 Tames Hard county cotfrt clerk 171 ijobe Garret sheriff 66 Asie WI assessor 33 Richard John uo jailer 121 G M and H L Ashi r who have ttkan mortgages for 204 00 on e old Kentucky asgpci ion trictf atL xbgton announ end thatif they come into pd s jpsion ot lhe poperiy they will the entire course and mal e RheUn1atism Nobody knows all about 14Ii and nothing now known will dlways cure ft v 1j Doctors tryScotts jEmul sibn of Cod Liver Oil when tcthey tthink it is caused by im perfect digestion of food You can doth same SJ mayor may not be caused by the failure stomach and bowels1 to do their work I- fitiYyou vill ctirb it iif not you will do no hariii The way tocura disease is to stop its cause and help the body get back toits habit of health When Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil does that it Cures when it dont iit don cure It never does harm The genuine has this picture on it talc no other If you have nbt tried it send for free sample its agreeable taste will surprise youSCOTT BOWNE Chemists zsE 409 Pearl St N V 50C and ieo all druggists it the biggest t ai iijg quartets in the South The Taiville Baptists are be ginning ibe contruciiou of a new churca building to cost 20 000 At lanchester Clay cDnty UlyssesLawis wns g vet ali e sentence for the killing of David Donaldson two mont ago Timber Wolves in BrownS A pair of pray timber n Brown coutty hive killed 5600 worth of sje jp rue imqage was first supposed to be musedby dogs and the township trustee paid out S3CO and put ut 8300 mOre in warrants hich are still outstanding be ore the truth was discovered A ell ching party found tho wolf dea Mountiu Tei Patch nd caught live jouug cubs but lid not get the old Vulve They ire now lawmg oyer tLt owner Lip of the cuts Blooiningtor Vorld MAMMOTH TURBINES six Ne y Ours For Iho Niagara FAlla Power CotMpnnj A new feature of much Interest has I11rrl1cnvisitI Niagara rails to view the scenic and Industrial attractions there In favored spot there Is ahvady tl1ntI more power than Is used In tile large cities but to this developed force must be added 30000 horsepower that Is to be developed by means jgf six new turbines and sIx new goner ators the contracts for which bay been awarded These new turbines are tto be Installed In thcnew when pit now In course of construction The designI of the new turbines will differ materially from the design of those now In use In the present wheel pit This change Is significant of the fact that the Niagara Falls Power com pany Intends that tho Installation In Its uew plant shall be up to the highest state of perfection known In this open lug year of the ceqtury It Is thIs knowledge that at Niagara the most modern the most perfect working pow er development In the world may be seen that will inspire visitors to the Exposition to go there and look upon thewonders that man has wrought nnch of the six new turbines will have a capacity of 500Q horsepower nnd each will be connected to and- drive n 8000 borsejpower generator KK KK KK0 0VARIc0cELE at TRCTURE Np other disease It so prevalent among men as Varlcceele At It Interferes with tkroegbtbeuzinedecavCUC1ttK1shfu1ucsa papdtlon of Ute heart constipatlonaiid a CombrnatLo of rj weM results la complete Loa of Mnabood Thousands mldJlo agedmea are troubled wlW Stricture If you bare reason rloofied yos are xperlzaentoey9abycutttostretc3Iog WecuraVarloocele1 VaricocvleiJ1i4neys Bladder sOurceofQTe toIetinate frequently depoalt In urine coldness of hands or feet a drowsy feeling hs Twsatmcutisorgxn Jr 1rv f i No Names Ua d Wiikbiit WritfeQ CbnMnt O IT Korre of Jackson Niche cayit Iliad Ttrlcoccle in th secondary stage thd two strictures of years standing I was operated on twice dnderirolnc great suffering but only fipallyadvlsedtoiryK The enlarff yams disappeared Ja olx weektthe itrictare tissue wa removed la eight weeks and my sexual energy and vitallt returned so I was a znan In eery respect recomznendyou doctors with my whole eartn CURESQuAlANTEEDHo CURENO PAY Before Treatment After Trestlaset oc 3ypf113Gleet k fBooks STREETWi Free Write ter t1Qa I4iit lot HcaMTrutmeat CIHClHMATIrOHIO K K K K K K K K KX K hJ SEEDS1Purchased from W rrodcePaylns Crops and give the most satisfactory results f 1the1 Vegetnb Fleld CraSs Flower and Lawn Onus Seeds Potatoes Onion Seta Seed Grain and all the best Forage crops at moderate prices Our Nfiw Catalogue Is a ins Sited with Infornit1on about description Sowingand il1g ll crops es itcant ndyIIarticles each written by each subjection Cow Peas demnsr Forage Crops gns Diseases Etc WH mutt provided you mention this Paper WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE J j jc itumtf uvwr in use were tiesignea by lttnrd Plctet Co af Geneva Switzerland while the newturbines ore to be built after designs prepared by Escher Vyss Co 6f Zurich Switzerland the plans of which com pany were accepted In a competition The turbines In the old pjt jeacb have two wheels wele tbeInew turbines am each to havebut n single wheeL With these new turbines In pla e In the wheel pit the output capacity of the Niagara Falls Power company wilt be 80000 horsepower There will bt space In the new pt foafivj addi tional turbines each Of 0000 horse power capacity and with these In place the total ontput of the two pits will be 105000 horsepower 9RtlIf F1 DTOTAV TRAVEL bTU Di t CLUBS Formed Tn the United Stntc and Canada For a Visit to the Pan- Vmerican I2xpni ttlou- Nowone at exparleuce ncedd to be told how much more pleasant traveling and sightseeing Is with agreeable compan ions than all by oneself There is truth In the raying tat a pleasure shared Is n pleasure doubled The fact that It is well to know beforehand something of the nature at what Is to be seen and how to get about with the smallest lloss of valuable time and In convenience and get intelligent ideas is equally appreciated by tbose4vrlio have wandered from tbelf pwn firesides in search of pleasure It has been the experience of thousands of visitors to Expositions that loneliness though In the midst of great crowds robbed them of nuicliof the oujoynient in store andt that by reason of hot ac quainting themselves in advance with whit was to be seen they missed the things which might have appealed to them strongest In view of nit tills the plan of form log travel and study clubs by those who Intend rrlsltlnjc tie Pan merlcon Expqsltion nt Butfalo next Summer which has been adopted in ninny cities and villages of the United States itnd Canada may be saId to be on excellent rgnnibtIonssexes anti all ages practically ThE objects are pleasant companionship nr ran effents for transporfatipn and ac commodations and an Intelligent and comprehensive view and knpwledg4 iof the Exposition The course of study tahen up comprehends everything fh cOnnection with the trip and the Expo sition and side trips as well Among the subjects nre the following Routes and filtesICity of BufTalo Countries of the Western Hem sphere and the New Possessions of the United States a Geography bl His tory c Resources ItfObjlctbCourts ci Meaning of the harmonious t architectural sculptural floral bortl eulturalsfountau and electrical effects with reference to Illustrating the prQg ross of thp race d exhibits e amuse ments Niagara Falls a Natural Wonders b Power Development Much or the information necessary to this course of study is furnished by the Bureau of Publicity of the Pan American Exposition Buffalo while the remainder la procured Itf the clubs Sfeamsblpofficesf nail elsewhere stud nt unjj time would ba cIctIuj and valuable lint with of alnpHfylng It witlv a tin Exposition where the peoples of the dlfferum countries and the vnrltd resorrces of the VeSternlIezni- sphere will be assembled nmld splen dora Kuch cs were never before pre sc ted to the sight the measure Is largely increased iEuiEPT JL LEWI Gcrmah sliver Is not sliver nt nfl but nn alloy of various of the bncet metals which was tnventtd iaCnlaai BUd iiM tisire fOr l1tJtllI 4 II M adJSlubhslCIt ITIlls AXE no mistakeI Scctht my head is on every mckagie of LWNCQFFEESTCtZ its purity No coffee is UQNCfeFfEE i f tuilezSitf1naioundsealed headof a non on the lfront Then you get- pure coffeethehighest gradcfot tte mobey Wnc Yertt Q f + fiI jJofback of the actual jnaii i 1 youll have to look to liJ1JtirOast llt 4aroasfedandde1Wered yow ithermetici11 fbee1Thffef1aroraroma are kept intact until you want it fame of AI IJGKLES induced Jother coffee packers te puF 1 put imitation of it Thee mutations cost igrocej LI andyou apoitnd less than A BUGELES ti1 But dont be tempted to boy a package of other I toffee whcm OlIcaD dL firbuckles RoastdJga ff- foit act aUylrpi f twz cheiapkind r goes furthersick ibetter avordaoiie1tying 1 YInIalhto eMaet ides In each package of Arbadds COffee A definits at ae of thee grtides becoaaa cbea j you hay the ThfcvM Se1e from the ifishnlr seatyoa EIaNotionof cut AR3UCKLE aoI J NeYockOir1I1 NOODe F V h GRThND- Cambillatioll = c rt C Horse tII Itibe stables dfMyes Whai ton Sp inlf jield y 4 Mn RCH 25 i949Allf oclock antili wii1b 1 t- sa1eatiub1cauctj4ri f 4 J t A Ord EotbofMorseS- f I t v1f It 1 4 ifl 11 1clridIJAr qst r3Sa1I Hor thli Horses foi GereiaJ Puiposest i t ti tr I 1 tAnyone haying lioiB rt9i 4 s j1flenter them in tliissa3ea5 Boiso lluyers fllnr allI over the eliin1jiy will atthnd JL Entries bLitLltIie sale Foii furtliei thfortnationvcca1I address viiT7y V 1 51j KlfES WllARTONSpirngfeld J y v or SM CA MPBEJOl jfeinroIjtoJ p IS m CAMPBELL Auc1oneetjf j 1 I 1 LUXURY WTHN THE RGKOF ALE fi t rffi t1 xt BJt 2 and The the cent some sive t11e i jmt coffee j i rei tL or It Tf11 flax f LIONICOFFEE now lecornc th Iea4e of all iackagc coffez And why iix t used in1 million ct homelBetatMe it abcs notJ cpure WcdorsilItisanabeoL coeNo rfiiiot ho coatktg with rfjniartttftt or chemkau Jinpefcffota y Jwtfryartkaged 1ION cCOFFEEEE i 5j tou willigndetl r 1the of 1arity i t d p lr IJ In every paxiagc of LIONLCOKlE you Tm fiM i ifrfy W ai4 list No housekeeper ta icttM w niibP111 n ip7jorgltr Jfi U Jo i4 tbi twhich will contribute to theij happiness comfort and cQtfrinlqx ad hda my simply cutting out cdrtain nuniberlof LIQ Heads from the wxacien oiot ooe rr packages which b jtbc pair form In Which this excellent 00Jb ia1f It WOOUOK 3PKB Q TOLEDO OHIO r SflS r- 7r D JJ I BURTON I41DENT DINrIST llFITRAcTED fl14OUT PAiN I JULock 77ii J INGF1KLD JAjjDntl Work iict1y r j FirtcI HUERw- HuHORD I L f bNTISTIcF1cLluxncAwr BUILDDIJI r4i cie I IPLAMPTOH o j D s1JsKJ i RINOLftDKY tPFIQ3 Dr Kinebarts for 81jeroBi s over Peoples Deposit owk 0 loebours 12 to 2 pm i w iCRIGSBY ATT RNEYATLAW Ver Peoples B4nc SPRlNOPIELDi K lHHARMoN f p I j trkmll andBJcislllit IfagfEJr repatripg a sp 1ialtt- AJlwor proirptty dODeSnop oaBosiQr Street ner Poultry Hpu eod PlariiDfC Mill and telqst tWain Street SptmRfield Kt Patronage respectfully SQltcitel Ii am 81rp tlIIH- 8lh p Atcoris will be satisfled with wk a iprlCes lb Grass Knrsenes PRING xgox Tritii jid drBii atnfcalTreet8hrttbit k all5Frtil6 Asparagus aho a IrerytblDl for Orchard LL GardH PricearlRbt as w pY teentej but en direct tot tpr er General iura ry and- tt 5cIa rawbeWar caUlogBe on plSsMeo to apI i IwP MILL E NM EYER 1Lt Piij27I3 LCXiR ton I Nbthlir CLljTW 4na N bat a Joeni r ttnedr or- I b ir1t1j7RR9 hoaocIfic is Elys JUulcklvat Ctii Iili sorbedl Gives s CATARRH CQiDfJt HEAD tier aLl once Opens and cleanses ton nfcsal i8 f AUays luflamniaUonj memlJraneRegBtores tO BonBCSOf RegularIaIO1enUatdrugg1tsor1rIatetiIaw York WYDOLES HAMMER ri4s Piistn is Palas Maale- rWkeNydolot was told that he me a tettyoodhammer ho said No I dont makethobtEva y carpemter who aaw allay Jolo kmMcrir at d oae It was ot the bcitnai tflrkl perfectly balanced and the head intotwoPlers we separated J y the satnQ line PlazIeiIdpaineohany M orailm nttji may be treated li boatyou dltuIL H3Wf it Is incomparably t jIe ennea Ibat you1now it too s BWWiofMaydole stood for hammerf plasterstheefes hat Taln aI2 liella knMplMten we out of date An 7 of physieiansanadianT- a of the jCOp15 hare written of na Kateri aremedy to be trusted Ha tera have IftyiTe Mgheti ti t Accept BubstUttte P BftlAy allxlraitfsfc or we wiU prei 4ly rtag on any number ordered In tbe eachsJob Mg BOW DP Io116 Ii1i it1iI1h1r nowrdnrin e so ic Utif pattoriagcf of th iid Aeaii tkn in storage and ec for floor orj 1eA1op bash foxI BURNS Pfop r CSMpa4R ic jCasdy CuirLIe seuaie1m rc1ual more T 7i rS t r 1 I1 1uMtI 1 J II 1 1 4tNrldOOi for Tbopso take Any kUdf of patterns qau be bought at McChoad i Rnbert nt lFor SiVler twentyfive cPrsets McOkordLpST A gold breastpin with a heart attached Finder please leaVe at NEWS LEADER office Dont forget that Thompson Lake keepthe only genuine QH ver chilled plow anSI plaw reo pairs 1tyouttita imp mediam or gfod fi is you can get tthe best of its kind from Mrs Kate Willhm3 us P IftTthe LPuigville News the cbeapestandbest daily Alfred Chescheir local agenfc for Springej Prospects tire tad for a sucdessful l ialief of horses at the combination sue cf Mayes Wharton Vhich takes place Saturday The NEWS LEADER job office is wejl Quipped to turn out horse and jjick bills n4aU Owp6r5 will d9we 1 to give us a call and get pike Now on exhibiuon at Mans fields oretty stylish spring dress goods and ii lay to wear garment ladies misses and childrens s shoe etc Fresh Rre1cl received daily ot utiexcelledquality by Joseph A Shader As many loWs lora l quarter as any other House The iown mHrsha i has berti theeIIbOEe hpgs andother lly tock are warneci to look out for themf My patterns are especially good this season Some of the patterns jcome f om Chicago thev willbe rpady for inspection the latter part of hexi kIMRS KATE WILLIAM- SFORSALEOne itvathrgei- ne l brOOcsow a done Jersey mikb1o MRS NELLIE K THURMAK SpringfieldKy- Jbe stckcif spring niillinery r t Manstields is the largest ofi any pevious season The betttg Styles and prices will be left for the ladies to doude afterseing IMylinc of Mi iinry fy more complee this season tbjm ever before Vi l give you lhebet styl satd good materiaLati the most reasonable prides MRS KATE WILLIAMS fspectis place on last Friday aged abou d lived Jv Springfield Snce a young boy arid was formerly a slave in the famly bt Miri E L Davison Mr Jattes J Wheaty a well known citizen of the county died at his home u short distance from town on last Thursday after a short illness of paralysis- A wire and five small children survivp him Htwas buried at Si Rose s Joseph A Sheer s h adquar ters for fishing tackle An old fisherman himself he knows and keeps wliatth tr d swants His prices are tilways right If he happens not toJbayewhat you want leave ypur order and he will got it lor you Col R E Whayne reports the sale of J 1 iniberlin on the 14th as followsf One 5year old mdre 125i tfne 5iye r pld lare mule 120 1 bay liprse 75 1 aged mule 80 1 5yearold barpe mat SlQOf 1 aged cow 528V 50f 1 cow- 3260tcw 30 byir e 450 por hdadflwzigon- t83D wron SOflbiSfggy 20 I hay baler 150 1 binder 0ljOOlb shoats 2575 per head lionsehoid goods sold high Thig residence owned and occu pled by file family of the Taie jdEdelen abnttVomiJ s from mornIf t frotn tw6 j roftlit rooms on ih0 jBrsi flpjOr wawied but the balance was tfiUHf 8toQj6 d TKeloss t wilt amount lo about tOQ with no insurance the insurance hav ing rUnputln January Ilast The house wa an old one but a sub stantial brick slroctufe1 Garden eedl have all the varSeties iin bulk mostly of the latest and best especially In peasf beans early cornaild1 melons Northern seed potatoes at lowest price Try our Bliss Triumph tlie best of all jbSEpa A SHADER Double Elopement Two cPXipies of romantically inclined young people of the Valley Hill neighborhood hit here Tuesday night in a cloud of inystery and rumors on had it that they Were boUnd for some friendly Gretna Green where JibBr piighted vows might be fulfilled anftheir destinies unit d in the holy bonds A telephone message received the foliOing morning announced Alls well They had llanded surely to Harrodsburg and soon ater the nuptial knots were ecurytted For many moons past Mr Wallae Seay and Miss Ethel Goatley and Mr Benedict Janes and Miss Mayme Reed have beeh devoted lovers Orjections- on the part of tne parents of the young ladies were such thatffor soniiQ time past Mr Sew was not permitted UJ call at the home of Miss Gojtley neither was Mr JaneS allowed the privilege of calling lit the home of Mis Reed Tho course of true love was not to be turned aside by such action on the p rt oj ents however so an elopement was panned to take place on last Tuesday night as aforeVaid the details of winch are about as follows Tuesday evening Mr Seay uJe lo town and at once began looking through the clothing department of pneof our leading A nice selection was onefofa wedding suit About eight oclock Miss Goatley accompa nied by Mi Hyacinth Mudd ar riVed in ttOwn Mr Seas iaod Mis Cjoatley at once went to the home of Mr John Ryan At eleven oclock they were joined by Mr Janes and Miss Reed the latter couple having stolen away tram home while bbjectiog parents were enjoying Tired Natures sweet restorer balmy sleep The paTty left at once to drive through to Harrodsburg which place they reached early the next morning and were marrud as related abovpeo One of the brides Mrs Jane is Ibe daughter of Mr Montgom cry Red while the Cther young wife isa daughter of Mr James Goail y al of the Valley Hill neghborhood The grooms are both well kiown young farmers Benedict Janesti- a son ot Mr Ike Janes and VVallace Seay is a son ot Mr Frank Seay The 4iappy yoant p oplo were ek peteCtRTWRIGI1TS1EK CtRTWRIGI1TS1EKFrm Metis John Spakiitg and Carey Wilson of near Lebanon were visiting Mr Henry Smith Misses Belle and Jessie Carried were visiting MiseSusie Madden of Mat ion county last Sunday Miss Etta Hill has Woly re turned from Louisville whtro she stayeduteawbi1e Mr Lerpy Nalley son of Mr John Nalley of Cesilville died Sunday morning at eleven 1basmorning at St Rose MondayI M ssrs John Barber Haydon and Broms of r1Holtryr1 jjorn To the wife of iOcG3p AvervoD he 15lh a boy Dr Eyin att udanc- Mrdc Vt Smith wife and children spen Sunday with Mr Marten Hauilton and family ill of our farmers are busy upirrorlfdapicoming ciop Ibad arnnIfzoo oti iny legfor seven ycnfo1 writes Mrs Jas Forest speDfhODdrads BanDf11S l Blwt poison often esulte from a cut Qfvotthdif not properly treated ID Bells Antipain IIs the most woo tbecfuJCk I ii lJ1I1 EFctsJALMI- sJodfe SbaderJJsitedfrtendsn Cam el1ayme last week Will JLeachman and Joe Clements yi ii n Sunday Mr Jim Hays Jr of Maple Hill was oii bar streets Saturday f Attorney W D Clayhrooke was at Tatham Springs on legal business Miss Mary jLltsey of Lebanon Is visiting l Lisa Katie Wtaey of this county Mrk Same Phillips of Iffakefleld Ky Is at the home pi li brother Lytie Kays Messrs G D Duncan and JSClaybropke are in Cincinnati this week oil business T Messrs Albert and Jessie Wash returnedjfIomMiss Regina Maukin has returned to her home at Lebanon after u visit to the Misses Shader ReV W M Htallings filled bis rgu lar appointment at Chaplin Fork S tDdhyantI Sunday 0Mr and Mcs E Carl Litajy of Lebanon weretPiebone of Judge w E Selecman Sunday Mr C W Stallings who is teaching at Maud was in town Saturday He reports an excellent school Miss Willie Mayes entertained a patty of her young friends on last Friday tiigbt All report a pleasant time aMr Tllford Willis an old citizen ofj this county who hai been living at Rheas Mills Texas is here on a visit to relatives Mrs Kate Williams has returned from a trip to Louisville and Indian apolis where she visited the wholesal milllaery establishments RUssell bfaeeheif and Miss Lidla McElioy and Charlie Greene and Miss Lizzie Waters spent Sunday the guests of Miss NaQma Browne at PleaaaptOroveCol Ray of Louisville was here yesterday looking at some Shoit horr cattle with a view to purchasing He visited the herd of Mr PJ S Barber at Valley Hill Mr Willelt Rush and his brother Jim taft Saturday for Oklahoma Both young men possess excellent business qualifications and will doubtless do well ii the West Mrs W K Marks and sons Rob and Perry came In Monday from Georgia Mr Marks is expected in a few days and the family will take up their rae idence again in Springfield Their many friends here are glad to welcome them back Mrs Marks is spending this week with her brother at Wood lawn To cure a cold in one night take Dr Bells PineTarHoney lt clears thri throat soothas the bronchials and exhilarates the lungs All druggists sell it No tare no pay MOORESV1LLE From Our Spjcai Ccrrapondeni Every body is very busy mak ing garden this week Earn to the wife of Dave Boblett a ten pound b yandlo this wife of William Ingram a girl Messers J W Wall Rod maD Smith visited Mr Richard Snith at Balltown last veek Mr Emmett SetJe is slowly improving after a severe attack of the gripp Miss Louise Sittle of the M P icistitute visited her mother Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mary Wilson and Miss Mary Uaslod of Early Times visited Miss Emm Boblet lust week uthef Boblett will start grocerqoti for our merchant this week Miss Calhe Reedlfasr turnfl to her home at Blinco after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs Guy Reynolds Mr Richard Trent of Antioch visited his tather Saturday and Sunday attnis place Mr Douglas Royalty of Brush Grove will triove his saw mill on Murray SheiMs farm the llast of the month Misses Nettie Boblett and Pearl Lynch visited at last wecV MlludI Miss Mollie nines wh i teaching the spring school spent Saturday with her parents at Vtlley Hill Mr Jl R Moore of Clearmpnt is visiting his friends here this week Mr James Boblelt and family visited Mr Kichard Boblett af oOney Neck Sun d Mr Samuel oiaay add wtra fof Clearmont are visitiqg J Mr Tppey Hundley this wdek Misses Maria and IMagie- Wak1etand Mrs Sarir Mpbre ardontheffck list ldrV F Grigsby o7 your town yisitea MrBen Pije S atu r cyjj j qCottntcrfiW o lDeWits Wfch Haze clve re liable to cause blood poisipn tjeaycthem lone Tne origual bas the name peWltt upon the box and wrapper It is a harmless anti healirip salve lot skin diseisdun equaled for pifts Hl don Robert J LEAt TJ- JJ Dress Goods ifalsiCMbf1 Dress Gooodss Plt ndCoIrs- ittJ INJMohairs t Piunellas Glorias- jj 4lmas re1itians etc s s w IN India Linens r s Organdies i0Ji Persian La wii Embroidered SAVISS WtJQthJ safe hFhtiiue11s ZLinensPiqiiis White Goods and Ethbioideiisn FrhchMui11S JackxihetNaihsooKS Swiss IAollOTe In WASH all shades of GOODS fubioi iellSwiss MercerIzed Sahn s Mercerised F0ulards0ing x hams Madras c Full line of Novelties in Jewelry W Belts and Belt Eosettes Haiu On S menls i tOurStockofCLOTHINO 0Is complete and attractive JLargest stock of Wall and 0Carpets we have ever shown Please visit us before buying we will make you money Yours Truly Cunningham SJlneaty j Shoes Shirts and Nat1 We have some grate Brfr gains to offer you in this Depart ment Call and see them before you buy IT WILL PAY YOU DORSEiSVe will put Dr Nassah Corset The Fiona Corset and the Rob Roy Corset up against any Corset Our price them is only 50c NOTIONO6 Lead Pencils 5b 25 Slate Pencils 5c I box6colorpencils4c Ribbon from Ic to 40c a yard spool bet thrsad paper needles 5c 6 yds seam covering 4 Dress tays pr set 5c 12 boxes tacks IOc 4Jyljxen collars 9e 80 hair plnsT RespectfuIItibniittedj j I Ea ELpEt rlpgfu JS4J wbF Htbb Froai Qur Regular Coirospondent Mr Sam Dorsey and wife rlup from Clearmont thjs week visitingMissl t Mr Frank Moore abd ister Susie tlsued Mr AHle tjdda last Sunday Mr JphnrM ore wa3 over to lopmfield ifist Wlonday ODOUSK ness IIMiss Nellie 3riy is scetrding the week with her grandfatlier Mr firankSeuy Jess Wasbburn add Brother tiyer turned irorrt a trip through Inditfna and IIiiuqs Mr 1dbtiSnferof Ohap in is over this1 week iowftln aftcVhis fafm Miss JjIziie French is spendIng J tbij spring jyilh hersistera fttWe are Have a saw mill in our little village soon TomEdelen walmojar midst cmdav last Ed Goitley was nea rMnua last fSunday Gliff Tatham shipped f his obacco1asweek Mr George Tucker will build a tobacco barn dud a dwcHIo fi i t G I JN Ftn j Fancy 1 ftlJ r fJ I t I v c Paper i SI oil Pap ei dress pinis iIc V 8in metal back comb lOc 12 mourningi pini 5c 24 safety pjns5c 250aOhook Ie36st1eets iiaI36 envelopes 5c Toilets ic5c and 9c F I i e J J r to I j 4 house Vdlface Se1Y sold toWilhanj Gpalley fifty bushels otcora at 4cents a W l 0t1iil itA special from1fankfort Ky sUys ExStatet SnW M- aVeusof JTe v Csile w 1isl dofendin Capi Garnett D KjpleX tie Hey cpuqty rail tia officer ID ifaU he e on tha charge of eopli1tyjhbej G6eel asSa Sidatiop has ben here several days t ehdeavorincr itjv secjre TheRp1ey6asl ussasspatiori so3peci cases that inliliely be irjfedat the corn jn lApril term pflhjo Pninklja Cir 6uit Court The cases of W H Oultori L and and Gen Gplden J is understood will be continued T00 iJipb trial accprdiii tolbJltol I RfpleVs trial will noti tfly result in his acquital but willl deyelop thetmun who flifed the shot ll Usuab a raCking andipa l feeling of weokntss Fj- Ilopey and Tar is guaranteed tq liha 4grippo cOugh and make Jtn Brong dud Woll 17uke 110lIub j3titutea J J o etrUt Osfe 11 e i ItlIace Reied I MJTUAi 1 1 LIhYi l U Lexington Ky rt1 IIrolllOtel I sN o 1 i OF WMcEL O OJ AG liTISpring 61dtKY1 = aitjiR YES W iil fINDEEDIt j 1ITS1tt 61 NtU to JO fI 11 lBe 11f FmctAI1 1t i 4Y1tnYs ti IH the place to iL fi lf i r t IClothing1r iHi ANDLj1 fients Furnishings 4Ir I- i1 IS AcIIkI McChOIc11 Rob itsdI l fI THey huvrngtlie to 1 NEWEST ndBEST t JM 1 3 Forless money than ean JI ifeund ELSEWHERE beI i 4 9 rttIam f lt 81 Li Two Car LLoadszof Bllgg1fi AiidPheatth SiSi ire11t1ii1 Wagons and other vehicles e flOW have Oil hand aiid tiidts more conng Cine let M fit- you Q lt tlir ft new buggy PIices to suitI j FOIt EARLY PLOWi Iii tYpitv iieedt good plpw The4nothing that equals he gnuthe O14YIR 4JHILLED for which we are nf s- We lso keel the gnuthe repairs rJ SsF Dan E1DSWe1th id f io JIlb 7f1 1 HZiA1x 1 1 I SPRINGFIELD You n t k- thePr fltsUudo our seaara- oeri4 BugrpviIh thornnnnracturefyou paosrqot plajtofV Wr Tn CMtUttMt MMtf CO SbldbyjJMcCabc wOOd WIS1ttR gMLU Ha1 don Rcbtaoir df FOr1keew4 T Io mactee whtbllyeu tad J Hcot ltn ey pf 5tr1JUtn Vourbo o1SIrpputrl tq fOAm 1patUrCU 9y olps Itl3Outa rlpe 4r ofr pain produco oiwn frarO monia cost ypu just to titts to dtttIuSyOUr115 lLh uIf1ti cnfn1YHI3r thO euin vtltHf1 1 MetH boxes eviry thLcti5 tc 4 Utamficilppiy Jvritf Qtm1tattgui 5L it ijWi MI i1 l 4 f f 1 1 i = fi r f J I JI j 4 r t t t 1 f t f t r tt I l tan of 14 F r u W k t i b41 1 Lik jOIIWl tet children at ff r more wb tt ylrai One Minute COt1h h cure iMotbilor t it highly f troHp It q ic1tTcur s liB cotirh ndt4ipad eicry throat arid inn tt ttie It a sccfic fur prpf po sk nia4 ft ioni t en we Sn n hr iCICiOUh Hav r1 Kyj aeb UJN ft iiLIt1tM re tII V iTTiIiAW lare r p t Ihe farm ie lcrEekvic1flhtY- n icinil lorg the Hay piIcI Ip Cir tL e Market ii the LBbd1 qtd ha iii Mrii grsit loss s sheep and la rijbf XXarJoji tbt inter up le be jpreseDb time tle e his n killed by m IwcL i prfe at leift one indre aid fty sheep ard mmo It ii erynrai t t hyshM cLyerV much oiri1 scIw iaUpver tb- ma4er ep1Ci Ily they war Jor ttbs 1i 1ie una e t deeiL WS that n a cznslg ti lble 3Jtt Carper Have istfiferpd veryacndl h tve donevcvery- Mim ia ttoeic power te got giapofL the nltaal that was i t Ie 8aSM i t at a distance crossiig their praises in the vmoinity p Jh ieldi in which hilr j 9CI t ss dl bad been 4P9 jHMMtkia r 4 rger than a Ijjct ndtiibsp rd dos Jra ve lo fiMl lieti With fometh tho MUMl yai a shepherd dog Oaitf 6w5yi r1 did iot Relieve It fTH s di ft r ttie reason thst It m tw iIi my BiaiiBer mauged Sts rfetisBS Wbe the sbOp or lab r1t Ipun dead in vesWpa fiea iSloBei this act that it- sdietI lItt om each side o tbloir Tor iom of the neck osairko1e ev3entIy llj shVfp teetl through which Its life ofodd was drain and tlrauk by its asailant After uch Jii5ca55ia the farmers gicI that uas nat afox nor a 4br that was doiig th6 tnis aitf but ware not able to siy orcefUf lbatit was a wol Though ihej s fJon ly suspected that it vs Ifcaa natter was settled con ltttiveiy Tuest ay jnoroiog and l1hf4 i4ROrr to doubt that L3Li1i a wolf In Arthur ie 4s eW near 4he pileJ jfl hi lain a li tnb 0n the ap procfe of a br ggv occupied tby Mr S G McteLroy ajd his OA Hearrwho we e coming to town tha animal bicaipu Jrixhtelied jfnd iscA0aprei awayt Crossing 4ba road about 40 fett from the 1hic1s aid inj lain view of them JLnjpy saw it awuj Mr M BlBoy renla ned to watch the mrtcfcion of th wolf while Hew I eme ptf tt town secured 4bEek of hound and returned ac 3ii Jiiel ty itoatfourty citiz all eager t p see ihe chase Soon the ho mds were onth rjiii mad for si s hours the chase 3 conltinued The wolf throw toe centers ompleteiy off its track ina rev ne South of John I2rdetts firn White thotce itt woiBrres s tthe movvompn s of the hounds md the wolf Aver watched froti i high knob oyev ipoltrng Joe H lydens farm At ioteryels the per33a and the prt1rArs sam in full VIPW the iralfle diitlt dogs fAll three 4 artr of a mte A Tbi Orrojr two hnulredcIU zQs Lo4tk pacLs of hidwIllI gatfcerHQ the vlc Ity of Mr IS G McEirays larjn where another effort to stat the wolfr will be made The knobs will Lb oowrdn 1 it is moro than likely Mr lYc If will have paid ths penalty jcf its mischief he 1 ibotsSeveral yes r asro a she wolfr wa brought jo this county and kip1knar the fair grounds irom whit h H ifterwante escapeL Soz thiriki7 iwo1 1oes wfrin except tli fo u jfR co nbnstion rood does no nourish r except Uirousrh digestion Vptt mayas Elf hug a coal piteto ge warra as ptct to ge nouTsi1 out of f which cannot pr lirrots Go jjre icAlDiKMveiy ernes- leoaea 01 ibe omach and organs d region and iuttition It enables Ce dy to aatumi ate food and so put on wind flesh art I develop Strong mnsde T1epaI I aid llSe to gireyour Golden Ms I canriot utter Ja words or dgc th writes Tunes B A bzas c1I5 lin Street Kuvtrnedox Fa tfleit j with what ur pirriaaaa I xtoed tie be a rs id rnd rdflcf I isad seMz kL4bd4kMfih1nltsrd dW sd t 1IcfRed ie to ue Doco GIaen Dqcoer7 I ck1kt I kK goo4t1xB1 8tOppI4hdflg kcwd Ihave aDyzlp4Ots1S nau r m Ceuaa Sense 1Lakg eut fite to py 0 cIj Se4 x- cetg ror31 c3oth to I s offspring rLeoatmu jBt rpthe Swcot music appi iJtatcc 53 QulandUghtODs uianypf lires burdens f you hr erer heard1 the sweet toiied geryfano oii will appreciate this To nch tho tijliest s fidurd of excellence las alvrays bun tbt aim Ip the manufad tare of theu teUratedStctser Plauo Only tbo besitiaU rnl is used Insuring gent durability Every piano jfully guaranteed iboteg thOronghtyopilptOd wEb the Uedt ana most ImprovRjct machin czyt tOLfttcd at Btogerlfl nrcamon j theDnrgestin tlie west InUixUng purphasff wll find Jt profttS bio to write for full dscriptl catal raot vhlcb rrllt bftjnallod free nr n appilca ioi Co Established chic9t Iii lobrbd Granny Motcalfe of Kcn Lnaky9ycN old eays Unit I r Bella PuVoTarUonOjr la the best Grip euro Oongh tuiis nnc Bon 1l rc tne Iv tliat liav been ortTed trf ifa ppitpie duilnjr her JIftt tiold everywji6roj I How They live in The i KidJke The miin who camoifromi the tKlondike to his home over in Grant county aud didnt bri 2 f100000 to pjiy his old deb his thisytp say of Vie 1ving and he vyeather up In the remote country oEzc nts ap3W to 25 cbnlseaQh potatpe are six Collars K barrel Whiskey h liftjrj cents a drink and six dollars pr qf a tender lloin tWO4Ollar3 and a half etc Toe liajperrnra 6f Dawson City Vas qultecold durIng the winter jnstjpassej Thk thermometers registered seventyfive below zero and then struck or stuck we didnt care which at any r t they refused ti work any longer till the veaiKer moder I had grauaw lids for twenty years T tried many jdoctbrsajid lots of mcdiciiae tijb no avail A skim had grovrn pvermy eyes and they grew Tfprseiintil I could not recojnize any one across thc street Sutherlanda Eagle JJyc Salve cured me sound and welliii ten 4ay Mrs W c Wood MurffeeSbcroTenn Good drug gists sel1t t Drestroyed By Fire The main buildicg and a c ttage nar by of the Marion CQunty Pair and Trotting Assnc latlon were completely desiroy ed by fire last Flilay night br teen 8 and dplock Tb6 atis of unknown orighn and caugot iinj the anipliitbejitr The wagII nificent balding was built in 18C1 and cot the directors about 4000 The same buildipg could Vofr bfebnilt for less than 5000 The ottage wa bcupird but its Occupants ueri all aseep when the fire Ibruke out The bi ildings wera completely devoureJ by the flames and Che skies were lighted ii p in afinanner that en bled ihe fireiio be seen for miles around The Pair com panys loss wilt be between 4000 an i 5000 with 28CO insurances 2 500 on the amphitheatre and oo onhe cqttage The Fair Company has not yet decdel whether it wiU rebuild or not Lebanon Enterprise GoncIVoug1ty1ci1tcIe U i I urea havenohetac7in recpmmen- ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy iaysFPi Moran a freltknowii fcnd poular baker pf Xetcrsburg Va- Wc have giveb jit to our children when troubled with bad coughs also whooping xough and it has always given perfect satisfaction It was recommended to me by a druggist as the best cough medicine for children as it contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold 07 Haydou Robertson iTie Cloverport Fire t The fife which started in Clpverpprt Wednedav night raged urioasiy umii 480 oclock Thursday morning add when it had finally spent itself thc bust ness COL ter and a large part of the residence ECction were ao utter rum Six city blOck were born dpn two streets andI s ventyoDOJiusiness houses and dwellings w ro destroy d only one sore j standng Thi a Buildings desirbTed inclu 3rd the bank three hdtels and the pot officePjfty fanfiliios wore render edhomelesrrTdbeilcss is estimated at from laSOOpO tj j5QOOlb ith ItI i surnnc rgregaiiLg otly SrOOOOO The pepple are iu need of relefi t PILESdnnjnwIIbconl4ptimyeAw rIanylhtntoironendLucwmanC Sioux City Ia jPr CANDY y J CATHARTIC Ilk TAAM feaart to to r1lsO11ckencekcbOr CURE COSTIPATiOH R5 ITfId1Ci4i CMsXtn XitTtk IfTOIAC ett h slldrng iisi L- II2ilili I r ftOCIQl Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat N ItarUficiallydIgdststefoothindatdaature Btructlng the exhausted digestive or gang It Is tbe latest discovered digest anMind tonic ITo other preparation can approach jfc in efficiency It in tantlyyeIIevesandpertnanefltYCtireyspepsla Platilence Sour Stomach Nausea ickHeadacheGaStralglarampSRfldt aUotherrPsultsofiinperfectdlgestion Prepared by E C DoWitt a Co Chicago 1 oAI1i1tUMTHE SECRET SERVICE THAT ONE BIGt SYSTEM MAINTAINS Member of It In Every Department Prow VnrUmcn Up Ciirloa Com pJ ca lulls Wliru Spoltcra tnUao rn to One ASottjcr Croag Ilnca Proliably the most porfcct spotter Rystvni nchlpvetl by any private cor liojntlonBaya S Ifv Adams la Alns leus Is that of one of this big casljern inllronds which Is to some extent modeled on the secret service syslcm ot some of the eastern governments t obougliSo farrcachliis and so Vrect how ever are Us lines of couu uAlcnlioHl that llie president of the orgaufrJJlI is himself kent constantly Informed f the trtUil of aGTaiis iiid the changes of Bcutiuidnt among the employers oft cvcrj division and subdivision of the whole railway sjstemaiid that with Qut the Unowledge cf any other persons but his own special corps of clerks and secretaries Nobody but himself knoTivs the en tire personnel of the wonderful service that he has perfected His agents are Arawn from every branch of the roads operating staff They am engineers freight brakemen passenger trainmen conductors signalmen yardmen tta t ion a cuts track walkers and even d dlVisIon oflicials Should that road Ijave n strike and strikes are far lest llkdy to occur than they were before the present system was put Into op eration the president will have de tailed warnings cf it from all the storm centers long before the first unit tcrlngs find cautious utterance in the newspapers While It alto acts as a defense against thefts by employees this sys tem Is intended primarily to piypnre so to speak a diary of the disposition jCharactor working efficiency and senti ments toward the road of the men who constitute the vast human machinery of the corporation The feeling which culminates In n general strike Is not the result of one act alone but a slow growth made ui of many grievances real or fancied To keep track of the shifting mental attitude of his employees is thin aim of this railroad president If a certain division superintendent has made him self unpopular with Ills subordinates information lo that effect comes by underground wire to the central office and the matter Is taken under advise ment If the newest fireman on thi road attempts to stir up discontent by Inflammatory talk his views soot reach the official ear Every loading spirit In the employees organization Is known to thin president who also knows whether in case of trouble flit wan is to be reckoned upon as a con servative qr a radical Sometimes this works out the mans career in a manner quite Incomprehcn Glble to him For Instance Night Watchman Brown Is shifted without cause that be can fathom from one dl vision to another Flow should he know that rtuuors of trouble in that dl vision have reached the presidential ear and that he himself being down In tin j presidents little book as a speaker of weight anti a counselor of conserval tlve methods has been shifted over to act as unconscious agent in checking a dangerous tendency T Some of the admiring1 coworkers of the bead of this system declare that In twb minutes reference to his collected funds of information he can unroll the fatally history of tile woman who washes the windows of car No 41144X and tell whether ln her estimation he himself is an oppressor of the down trodden or a perfect gentleman Where so wavy invisible lines tad ate from the same office it Is inevitable that some of theta should cross Curl ous complications result from contact between spotters as unknown to each other as they are to those whom they watch Several years ago at a time of gen eral labor troubles n certain railroad got no toss than five reports from tta confidential men informing t1 c4an employee who w everal degree higher tsecret service of the toni uaiyany of them had they but knowi it had been tanking incendiary speech Cs Ij This was true Matters had shaped themselves that the man ac cused had to appear as a radical In or der to gala admittance to Inner cant die where the Important questions would be finally decided To the cha grin of the authorities they were oblig ed to transfer him Had they not done so the suspicions of thp men who make the reports would have been aroused That spotters should know each other as such is held to be highly undesira bIn There Is always the chance that they might work In conjunction instead of acting as checks oo each other The Fllsrfat ot Clrae A masked man confronted mo with a pistol In a lonely spot oa the dcrk read Cough up your chronometer lip de mended gruffly I fumbled for my 13 carat timepiece thinking that my last hour was at unud AVfim I dared to look up lib bed VRnlsbpi ltU Ulsplunaer Even then guchlIs tbe Incongruity cf the human ralml though rejoiced that my time tad not yet come regretted la my heart that It bad goneew York SUE Profits of Icaofnncc Wby dont you bookatqro clerks know Jaoro uloat books V ilcdaui we tlcrt dafe bo intcllac taal for cjzstomers would ask us so J3auy QKPsnona that vre Icouldat make any Bales Cnlcaso Ileiord To a youth of 20 middle age Js from 40 to 45 To V young niau of 40 mid dle age Is frdni 55 to Somervllla Journal A VIE FOGTTHIEF AND HOW HE PLIES v Hj PECULIAR TRADE IHe Operates Boiair Both Ja ik Citr HiaPlUUdCuba Imded THENE OverWork Weakenss Your Kidneys Bnliealty Kidney Mike Impure Blood S y passthroughogiddney j The kidneys are your blood purlfiers1heyf ter out the waste or Impurities in the blood tIfthey are sick orout of order they fail to o B their work Pains jachesand rheu matism come fronfejc cess of uric acid in the neglectedidneyKidney trouble cauSes quick or unsteady ieart beats anti makes one feel as though iey had heart trouble because the heart p kidneydsonedit used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to ba tilcep to the kidneys but now rnoderntscience proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin ning in kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for itf wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on tsmetlts- aildxuggiztzinfhfty ar K by c cent and onedollar siz es You rosy have a sample bottle by mall of swunpEoot frea aiso pamphlet felling yo w to find ut you have kidney or bl r trouble this paper when writr r Khmer Co Binghamton N Y Thousands of thieves long for fjg with a great longing Incredible as It may seem property worth tons of thou sands of pounds is every year stolen from vans and lorries alone Iu London streets Quite ninetenths of this prop erty disappears during fogs The leaders of the fog thief gangs usually have some little capital to start with One of them affects to iea qartajjb contractor on a small scale He takes very quiet premises that have a high hoarding round and that are not overlooked If he has plenty of cellarage all the hotter Jle has at least cue smart trap and horse and ttwo and sometimes three rogues to go with it It is during the late foggy afternoons and early evenings of winter that the hauls are made Streets with ware houses aud not sllops that are lighted brilliantly nud early on each side and that are often congested with traffic are mostly chosen The small and swart thought dingy and Inconspicuous looking trap plunges into the thick of the traffic It soon in the gloom and murk ptacos itself Immediately behind a van or lorry plied witn packages of various kinds The men in the quick trap are all on tthe alert One of them a man chosen for his immense physical strength goes tto the Lea of the pony on some pre text Ue soon has a package down from the van iu front He is provided with sharp cutting instruments afjd he has a powerful piece of strap with a hook atone end If there is a boy sIt ting behind the van the men in the trap contrive to get him down by verting hits attention Even with a view to dlijtrufing the possible attention of carters the thieves generally get up an altercation or barney nmong themselves or with others They are met 0f colossal Impudenccand powers of abuse and all attention comes riveted upon them In one case not tar from Parringdonstreet last De cemher they carried off one pared of1 furs worth 700 the van boy being temporarily blinded as alleged by a lad with the thieves blowing some snuff Into his face from rt peashooter and then disappearing One of tha most notorious of these fog thieves was a lithe young fellow who crept along the hack of a pony to Its head American Jockey fashion and hooked what he could from out of the van infront- The great hauls of these men eec when they follow cabs and private car riages from a railway station In nich cases they generally use two trapi and horses A cab Is marked that has ap parently valuable luggage on the top This Is followed till sonic dark street is reached where the way is narrow or congested then the driver of one of the traps that has n very swift pony harnessed to It deliberately drives across the head of the cab or carriage horse Of course there Is an angry alterca tion and while this is going on the thieves on the other trap have got Into the Immediate rear of the luggage la den vehicle One of the thieves goes along his horses hack and lifts the lug gage down One of the hauls effected last winter In this ivay was worth 8000 and was the property of Mr do SHva nnArgen Ltnn mlllthnrttrp Th not far from St Pancras church Just before the shops were lighted up As the Rummer sun brings forth myriads of living creatures does a Thames fog bring out upon the dark and apparently deserted river a vast horde of thieves At least a dozen of the wharf and lighter owners complain of losing from their respective wharves as much as front one to six hundred pounds worth of coal alone every year pp NLD lrOfl WINE OF CARDUI lisa brought permanent relief toamil lion suffering women who were on theirwayjopromatura gases Sirs Mitchell wasfetdecllningiu hpa1thyben Wino giCardut performed n won derfnl curs Jo he coco Sho nattered with the ego fnies of Calling the vornb leucorrfiaja and profuse menstruation Tho weekly appearance of tho men for two months physlentway Then came the trial of Wine ot Cardnl and the euro Mrs Mitchells experience ought to commend Wino of Cardpl to raftering women ia words ot burning eloquence W1NCARD1JI Is within tho reach of alL Women who try It are relieved Ask your druggist fora1 bottloof WlneotCardut bad do not tare a substitute II tendered you Sirs Wtlllo Mitchell Booth OastonN CI Wine of Cardnl end Thedfordl Black Draopbt have pcrf nrniod a miraculous cutty la eTCftO I had been a Croat mfforer wltnjtalllna of the womb and leneorrboj end mr menses Cairo orerr week for two months Od were very painful Mr bus band induced mo to try Wino of Cardul ant xknrncgbt and now tholencor rhraa bus disappeared eaStern reitored- petZct health tpedaldIeritona j JTjtoinuIne Ladle The Jiedletas Co lean = L4Ie testier can ledrn at any tWeW Ac house frequented by tugboat metf that there are scores literally scores olt tugs on the river Jhat have neretj ought a pennyworth of coal for great numbers of years Tie hamea pollca would tell that same reader that men have retired on competenqes wbohaye been reported to have made their whole fortune out of coal stolen wIts punity on the Iver The police are hehj les oyer the vast expanse of river and In the labyrinth ine backwashes If they raid one of the pirate boats In the gloom and darkness the spoil Is turned OUt to the bottom of the river Itfa trice If this sort of thing can be done to such an extent with a commodity lUte coal it maybe imagined what befalls other valuable property on wharves Or in lighters The fraudulent picker tjp of tile river blessed tile tog The picker np Is a man who notices that certain barges with valuable cargoes are moor cd In euch a why that If they broke loose they would entail vast expense The picker up sees that these barges do break loose That part of his work be dues in dead secret And then mak lug plenty of noise about It at this stage lie rescues item danger the very barges that he has sef adrift and Fondu In a heavy salvage claim don Answers The Hcmorottfc Primate There Is a story told of a candidate for the pulpit who was preaching an ex tempore trial sermon before the late Archblshob Tail and Dean Stan hey In bin extreme nervousness he be gan In a stammering way I will vide my congregation Into two the converted and tile unconverted This proved too touch for the pri mates sense cf humor and he ex claimed I think sir as there are only two of us y u had better say which is which London Standard Easy Going JaiJapanese business methods are Iff the less important places of a very gp cs you please description At Nagasaki the other day a foreigner culling at the branch of one of the chief shipping companies found the whole place do sorted It appeared that the day being line the manager and staff had gout out on n mushroom hunting expedition Mushroom hunting Is a pursuit that ap peals to every true Japanes- eWOMANS WORLD WOMAN ARCHITECT WHO SAYS THE FIELD IS FOR MEN ONLY Where IIernliio4 Grovr The Ladles of Japan Some Sensible Baby Talk The tee of Gold oil China Tho Training of Boas If a woman wants u career epelled with capitals the will dp well to avoid architecture and undertake something that makes more noise and requires less work said Mrs B E Holman an architect of Philadelphia Practl cal architecture Includes much cllinh ing of ladders walking of beams in un finished houses and constant supervi sion of workmen For this reason the woman who enters the profession is undertaking a business which Is better suited to men titan to women If she his in her the elements of success however she will succeed The necessary qualifications arc a tat ant for designing capacity for hard work j willingness to master the de tails of small things patience to work mid to wait and business ability to know on opportunity when It presents line E E Itself She must too be ready to fight If necessary with stupid and Incotun tent people for what she knoy olerfght Women are opt to eicel In de signing homes but thlaS a very smallII pat of the requlVOIueuts In Its other bTaft UcanTCn havetlie advantage won titan in most occupations It has always been my him to do my work In such a way that iny clients shall not recognize that I am a woman Indeed many of them are entirely ig norant of the fact I should regret to be known as a woman architect Mrs Ilclmnn has been 1n business for herself for eight years and has de signed oil hinds of buildings She has houses In every state In the Union ex cept Mississippi anti has recently de Hlgiud n home which Is to be built in the Island of Jamaica The material for this was cufand will mn4e In thU country Mrs Holman tins designed n number of thebuildlngs of National Park seminary of Forest filen ild New York Tribune Vhcre herOine Grow She la only a Hurmese woman and vin hyr name Is riot known In tha country but whatever tier name may be It may here be translated Grace Darling for she is n saver of life ex propertlonsI race penetratedn few exterior confidences It pppeors that she Is a simple unpretending resident of the countryside near Rongun In front cf her home flows n stream of considerable proportions and this pros imity tins bred In her a love of the wa ter a familiarity with Its caprices and treacheries and a skill In the handling of nil manner of craftfashloned to con quer tim waves On ft recent Sunday six clerks from Rangun intent upon the enjoyment o t their holiday jest out from tile city guns In hand vlth the Idea of bringing tack a load of game which should fur utah food for boosting for many a weary tyonic When near the ut jurtj of Ipseln the hunters came to the conclusion that their chances might be bettered from the vantage poinlofthe opposite shore lint they had no boat And the wo man hafl a boat and It would aecora modato the entire party An arrange meat was made for tier o ferry tile sportsmen across Midway of the stream a cuCdon 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To sufferers may tstit atrial bottle given away Write for itr Address BLOOD BALM CO AtlatitaT Gal Lescribe yourtrouble and free person sail was carried away quri ie skiff was swamped r II Not a map could swim The wox web however was thoroughly at bowL In the water and vdlrectlng the cap sized hunters to hofd to the overturned boat swam ashore first with one and then with another In this manner five were saved The remaining niaa lost lila hcad and consequently his life having released his bold on the skiff and attempted to negotiate tile current But this did riot end the womans heroism Exhausted as she was with hr labors she yet swam back to her own sfde of the shore apd secured an other boat tn which she sailed to the opposite bank and carried lack the dripping survivors coniant see the linmor cant fur the life of me see re marked an Englishman during tile course of conversation with Nat Good win once what people mean by Amer lean humor To menll humor Is alike whether it be of American or English origin Perhaps you can explain to me Just what distinguishes American hti mar from any other sort WcU rpplkd Mr Goodwin I think the Ameriftn type of humor is rather fullyimpressiiinro you think about It the funnier it steins cnn perhaps best Illustrate n meaning with a little story A man sTar walking along the street one lny whop he passed another man who was carrying a letter In his hand Pardon me said the man Avjtb the hitter Do you know where file post office Is Yes said the other man and pass ed on On second thought he decided that he had been rude and went back to where the man with the letter was still standing i Do you wjsh to knOw sshere the postoffice ItT he asked No said the other man The Englishmans gaze was vacant Just turn it over in your mind for a few minutes and tell me what you think of it said Mr Goodwin Ton minutes later the Englishman YouIyou chop be murmured But really I think they were lboth blawstcd rutlelSat urday Evening Post Closeness Personified Theres a good story told on a young follow here noted for his closeness He went to spend the night with a friend During the entire iiight he betrayed much restlessness which kept the host wide awake and finally the slumbcrer betrayed signs of violent emotion lies going to have a nightmare saul the friend but be always grumbles when you wake blur up that I hate to disturb him lie waited awhile iou gcr sitting up in bed staring on they miserable sleeper and finally becom ing alarmed he roused hint He 8prao up In Jiid giatxd wildly around anil said When am I dont see tlo storm j Why here In my room said the host Rootbiugly lou remember you staid nil night with me beg your pardon for waking you up but you car tied on so had to Beg your ardonV gasped tiio gueve I shall never be grateful enough to you dreamed I wt33iiiteriiBud and nzIki1torni came up nOd taypfrprfwrc new mid I was just rTJIeniig a oupe for two when you nousitl me Old boy you have saved uie a dollar And the host stiys he was 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