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wCOUNTY COURT fourtfaileB V Cef rpHrt iee all tts laeaekeoeth I1LItacy Judge WTF HooTker County Clerk T Xayee tv Attoriey 1K 8Att Jailer f ItW1itWR3l tI Sidney oborEO Deputies Byron Cake Ed Masters Iumos F Moors county Jjurreyer TP O Bryaa isessori II Ward Deputy A IJjCatspbell county Treastiret x Xentg8Y Coroaer t 1 ip4fSrIILDDICTOWI 1f nklterJPoUC4 4 iG1brakfl P c1 1 Y JUaTJC UunT Battles court are llelclla January Apr rtlfaajl October cftURCHDlRECTORY BAPTIST CHURCH Roy George W Swap Fiu or Services veryStfftday atllsuBiaqdSpia Bnuday- Behool rt 890 Prayer Heating uWHI seeday night at 730 pm METHODIST CHURCH Key GH Prather Pastor Service on the First and Third Sundays la each annta itlla aBd6pB PRfcSOYTERIAN CHURCH geT REO LrWII ptorSenic8 eiery Banday a 11 a m aaJl 8 m Pmyar Meet h every Thursday slgUt CATBtOLIC CHURCH Rev l FHeamesyPMtor Serrtcc3BT Sunday IIt 8 aa4 10 oclock a S Service KVflt Row ease kou rt i iCIJtJ TIAN GHtJRCa ev Jloy pastor BcrricM sec J Sunday in each montfi 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i9ur+ No cTa rr r r j TmC L NEWSLCADCR 1 L f J X s ttt tt s IfOfdS and Ends of Gossipi t l Barefooted ft t8tI- n iThe gfrieiEIike to see the bJU the l1e Aid the wiwiy joUnpyjiiflip 1lpe ihi tbeaieftder But we boys we wanter He tbdog- s odd bfobms again ThrbwiH ill kinder euaaerlookin i abder For tbevjlryilr q4moIjt11nwke I wb B tirtiwoods re white Ln we M dm evea Mk gar abpatlf We lkayeoaeAbes rigbt where we pU11diii 01 atRIgbt Am barefooted once again we raakn1 shouti You nay take the oozetrygver When thf blablrd tern rovr An the WInd iis soft an hazy An yoa eel a little lazy An theuigger quit the possnae Its the time for dogood blbwonr How light fceighhol I wish there was moire ieacefl here Wed like tto keep jimpim em ioetlietl v No lleds for lMkd gassuor even sJmmok beer Ne BtkiH t fee bk fiOHi8 an fair weatherr TheiaeaderkAleette Bticky Heat atI tr t f r v B tafewib rfcday Ml wipe awayI that trc1e To feet o g M tay lirmldm ila tboThat kit b doiy ay field 0 ttttlfaV 0 all the ireei aeookIiiipy 0 all the folks are BtppjtAn thetcBjoy Dev ry Uttrl o too jpBut thelifLppieat of em all At the toornfaooeter s call rfiwe batejtoptfe wbea the dogoodfl burnt alIoOtn1 John Cfaarfej McNeill in oaths Companloii J f TRUST GeorgeI FARMERS the can who r 0estly sjfunginto prominence by ma6ipi1tiuganorner in the corn market at Chicago and wko by the wfty Come of the Manor caunvyiamIyl of Pbillije has suggested a great scheme for the benefit of the farmers Mr Phillips was giv a banquet recently at Minneapolis by the National Grain Growers Association and there outlined plans which would mean great good times for the farmers of the country Government granaries in Chicago bigger than tboe ea that Joseph built in old EgYpt and a farmers bank with 50 000000 capital also in Chicago are the tvcl agencies which Phillips looks ocward io as theo means of pitting the farmers of the tJnited States in a business tparadisea trust which can tight on equals terms with any otber trust in the country and making 4C cents the bottom price of corn forever and everznore Although Mr Phillips designates hs suggES tious 03 dreamsv tbematterJ has been taken more or less se rlously ipeople who bavI given it thought Every busi ness and eyery interest in the country now seems to botun uing to trusts and combines except the farming interest The farmer bertofore pas persistent ly refused jto combine Phillips suggestion is that the govern of thementtakehiholdt a cent a bushel on his corn crop and with the montY build elevators enough in Chicago in which to store a hundred million bushels of corn and so fix the price that the farmer may always get 40 cents per bushel for his product Mr Phillips may only be smoking abojit his corn trust but some such idea for the pro tection of the Iarmer we will be tii ed some timeiin the near future IL ROADS ExLesfy- E 1 i e arrangements have been completed for holding the dSood Roads Staj Convention in Lou isville on June 27 and 28 The cheailrates yaiious county judges have been invited to appoint delegates and indications are that a good crowd will be i attendance The road question iiiis a serious one in Washington county anjiwe suppose a no less cariousi one in other counti i throughout the State Tb ill g 0 n lhbweverk t io muck fibwto nike a gpd rojA M bow to grIt the money withwhichtoi t buildit countyiwith the turnpike questidnVin this county since the toll gates have been abolished and al though the best that cpuld be done under the circumstances has been accomplished the roads of the county ire getting into a bid condition This good roads contention no doubt can give some valuable pointers pn bow to work economically and wen the meeting should be well at tended i 4 I ff OLVINT The iTouisville Pos f1last week contained at i account of the thrilling erper ience of lir Wmfield S Colyiu the welt known citizen of thi county who is one of the sur yivers of tile HHfated Sultapa nponplbsl 5f of the civil war The Sultana was being used to trans port 2000 TJmion soldiers from Southern pripoms to the North The boiler of the boat burt and and ihe 1oit wan blown to smithersenes Ot thc 2000 Den aboard only about 500 escaped alive Mr Colvm floated ashore dn a piee ot wreckage and iis iis one of tLe few survivors now living Mr Colvin has always made his home in this county having been engaged in teaching shoql for a number of years He is just now being urged by his friends to make the race for the Republican no ninti n fox county assessor IIt has teen discovered that ey- csaIvandwtra containing sugar of lead often produce lead potionfatal to fight if sot to life You run a tttet risk ift iitng sack preparations To 6peedllyandptrManentle1tre6ot eyes granulated lith or tyes without the possibility of evil after effects use Sutherlands Cagfee Eye Salve Goo fglatase11 it Call at Bayoon Rebcrtsens drat store andj et a free sMnple of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are act elegant physic They also improve the appetite strengthen the digestion and regulate the 1iverI nd bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in effect I eA few months ago food which ate for breakfast would not remain onI my ptomach lot half an hour I asCII fle bottle of your Kodol Drspepsia Cure and can now eat my breakfast and Other meals with a relish and my od iis thoroughly digested Nothing equal Kodol Dyspepsia Cure foi- tomach troubles H S PiUs Arlington Tex Kodol Byspepsia Cure digests what youtat Haydorf Jtobcrlsoa Smallpox The smallpox situation in Harrodsburg is growing more serious every day Those in authority there seem to have little anxiety as to the results of the outbreak of the disease and pratically iw precaution was taken to prevent the spread ofr the contagion ulJtil twentyfive or thirty cases had developed The Sayings of yesterday says therfact that smallpox exists m Har roelsburp there being abou t twentyfive cases in town and as many in the county Just why stringent measures were not talten to stamp it out on first 11lurm we are unable to state In ted it is said the bead of a fapily in which there are six or seren cases mixed daily with ot tier people about town An memetor ofa family in which there are two cases attending church Sunday nigbt and still another of a colored woman m whose htine th re are two smallpox pi tients going about the streets da ily If this be true measures should at once be adopted to isolate tall such persons to pre vent the spread oX thedisease We do not menu by this that nn fo rtunates should be bundled up and unceremoniously rushed off DOnSt oh InstitutiOn but we do mea I that those Whose homes have bi en invaded by the scourge andIil hanggOnt warning flag so that contactat tb tim f iT4 per If 514S IeetaIe4 te44ec beb cre IBH wai Nseee4ls an1 iN 1 T WILLISBURG Frtoi Our Regular Ceirwpofident MJstJ M Brown of Louis villejis visiting her mother Mrs AR Wei Misa Howard ot Ah1t rook Iis the uest of Mrs Horace Gor d n1 M srs Adams arid Bradley a Harrodsburg were the guests of EJ D Sutherand Saturday Ms Lula Wilson is visiting relatives near Mackyille this weel4a v W have several young ladle of this place Who are very anx ious o see their names in the pape every week An agree mont nas been made whereby as ofte as the names appear in the piper your correspondeqt will le invited to an elegant din tuerPle invite the printers WP Chpatham of this place has ibvunted a stampand cancel tJ8has tjeen issued he has received propositions from different parts of the United States and Canada A cJp3tty11i valued it at 150000 Joe Chaplin will leave Jn September to attend a medical college in St Louis Th public school at this placej will tegin July 1st Misis Reva Shirley entertainedt qvite a number of her friends Saturday night in her usutl charming manner Fro bites stings aches and pains ae instantly relieved with Dr Bels utiia1nA Internally it cures Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea externally attordij immediate relief from rheuma ism 4 n4 neuralgia The worlds greatest best and most Wopderful Painfiller is Dr Bells AntiPain A O blanchard West Baagor N 18fhave been troabled with Kid fl37 dieaa for the last ive yean Have doctored with several phyetcass and twoIbottlea of Foleys Kidney Cure Wood WuttImiditIsrel Tisdale au ld colored man thoclaia Itfbe one hwn dred HIIX years old was in town YS191dYfHe formerly beloige to ihe TiSdale family of tbtiarrens aid iis still living with he youngest descendants of that splendid family of peo pie He came from Louisa Co Verginia when but ten years old and has been in Barren county ever since He is now t cutting his third set of teeth and is as spry and active as nnstmen of only half his age When he first came to this county lands in Goodnighti and BearI wallow neighborhoods which arenpw selling at 60 to 75 an acre pould bo bdught for II 5 and almost the entire country was barren there being very little jtimber of any character in it He remembers Glascow wheniit was much sa alter than Cave City and is familiar with the 4me4 of ill the former business men and firms of the town jwho hayo long years ago passed off the stage of action With the exception of his hear lug rind his eyesight both of- r which are gradually failing he j t jis in remarkably fine physical condition and says hecan split rails with easp and follow the plow jail day without experienc any special dificulty or unnatur al weariness If he really is as old as be thinks himself he oughito be retired on a foodI pension and allowed to pass the remainder of his days in eas end ijnxury Glascow Times Gray p HMy hair was railing Ht md tvralat gray very fail mt yeur Hilt Vittf stopped the ftWai aad reafert4 the aanerai csIer Mrs E Z BnolllllleCe1toe N Y Its impossible for you not to look old with the color of seventy years in your Jiair I Perhaps you art seventy and you like your gray hairl If Iust Ayers Hair Vior yorpy4rk rich color of youth SLMsfcMk IniMlXi iiyecr drnfst eusot hJOW MIld see nrsad wm Jira bsIs C JIEx r Two Gray Hatred Vete pra s The following from theShelby villa Ill Union will to of inter est to Boyle and adjoining county friends of Mr Mack Thurmaa who was formerly a resident of thiS city and made a visit here this week IfMr M o Thurman a traveln bugcjj salesman of Evansville was in be city yesterday andI found here and old friend After waking his bBsinen cells inI town he sat at Ihs Neal House whiling Away the hours until his train timei David Sheley 8r or MBob Sheley as they called him in the army happen ed to pus down Washington street past the hotell IMr thouJltbtthis featured resempled some otis he had met long years ago There was sou ethin about Mr Sheley that called back to memo rV an ieatfJI day in the pastiand some called him aeross i street when Mr Thurmab ex tend inff his hand akedhAre you BoLt Sheley of the Seventh lllffuoli15ifakrWe1 i4 the fellow I have come away froBj Mississippi get Sheley was dnfebfounded Be couldnt make opt what it all meant but- stanrneted outIWelltake me I Am tip account here Then ThnrmPn said Iam the little Rebel scout yon captured during the Mtasisfippi raid thirtysue yet r ago Eecogniiiai follow ed and the greeting was almost Bathetic The to friends laid aside all care and spun yateIii related blstdry acid epjoyeJ e hIiothers compay all afteiinoorjc IDuville News j npw IT ISDQNEoThe first obj Ctiin life vtilhtbe American people t8 toc gutrich i the sOt1d how to retain good health The fist can be obtained a be energy honesty and saying iini sWy0 be a eWepewkvt enferer from msy of the effeteot Dyspepsia Liver Coaplaiitw AppemdlcitiP Iniigostk n etc such as Sick Headache Palpita O this of the Heart Sour Stomach1 Habitual Costiveness DizxineM of the Head Nervous Proetre I turn Low Spirits etc yoa HeO not suffer another day TwoE doses of the wellkiown August Flower will relieve you at onceo Go to Haydn Robertson and et a sample bottle free Regu lar size 75 cts Get Greens I Prize AlcA seed calcliIt speaks well for Chamberlain Cough Remedy when druggists use it In their own families in preference to any otkeruIbave sold Chamber Iains Cough Remedy for the put five years with complete satisfaction to myself and easterners says Druggist J Goldsmith Van JStten N Y I havealways used Ills my own family both for ordinary coughs and colds and tor the cough following la grippe and find it very efficacious For sale by Haydon A Robertson Eczemajand SkIn Briipt IontRemicW Eczeaa Cure and Remtcks Pepsin Blood Tonic will cure the most obttiiate At Haydon Robertson TTMiss Helen Gould The Russell Herald IISHAcolored womaa at Mouth Union wanting money to help pay forI a church wrote to Miss Helen Gould asking fda contribution The following r ply which was byMrMiss Gould does not feel that shecaD requestNbt Jfrominterest iis the matter you pre sent but because nuMerous and exacting demands together with the countless applications the has received tthkee iit in this case impossibly JyEnclosed with this letter was a printed sheet showing that Miss Gould in a single week hlldI received 1806 reqaeftta foriaoaey berng15485O2f did not Itak the a Kmnt in iiredjt but wekwllllg to leave it to Miss Gould The money was desired for a great variety of put poses Jan wanted aii for churches or benevolent ID stitutioii Some wanted dirMKHMto JJeweJjy weding tit IU Qt4 1fi Q f Iteeetk Biiiply to have aU tbeee letters examined amd rIpliee sefet eiHst eoct Miss Gonlfl in the egkt orhood ot ItOO a week Jtneeellville HeraldLee glr A GENTLE HINTIIn our style of climate with its sudden changes of te lper turerain wiad aid euashine often litefmiogledl IE a aingi J- eda1tIt is no wonder that our children friends and relatives ire so frequently taken from usl by neglected colds kalf the deaths resulting directly from his cause A bottle of Boecheen German 8y rip kept about yoir horns for immediate use will prei vent serkms sickness a large doctors bill asd perhaps deaVb by the M of threter for etosee For carla Coiniiaptloi Hem oraffee PHI Severe Co bit Crcwpor aiy iliseut c the Throat or Lungs its lucceM ii limply woRderf l as you r druggist will tell you Get a sample bottle free Trom Hajdon fc Robtrteo RegKter Mae 7sj cts GfttftreeBftPriMATaiftlife Col Chlnn Will Drink no Morer Took water The New Yo TorldteUt this OM Col JackI Chinn fHe was at the BoffaM- Houeift that city with a party when the inquiry was Mk4 What will yoa have Cole elf Mipei ral water he replied TAbi fden ds gasped What e oes biaen they inquireii Col GfciBM slowly 8i pedbe cap that aelti heersnor iinebriates aid said It was this way Ddwa in Kemtucky there is a little Wait yed woman who has stack tQ me through thksk sd this Sbes the best vrowam IDthworW geatlees aM aIOS id patiet the f most Jergivwg My wife geattemem MtTtbe wide brietted wafTisieteJ Thres IIr tol- tkat all W l evWW Wiiii yerIM k ateesed b lky IegreJ bc SH WiRtcteeT taatt afe Bfcedtdatt iate to leave it OHi aashe dose that sack are tke workifcgp of tfce BtiwvUae saiBd Inlberelbow She saggeate that i cst it ut Sort of iBtimated that it would be a good akIg for Aba Chinn family Xoa have bad a putty good time daring your sojourn oa this earth Coloael i she said aW Ire got aa tidea im my bead that yarn would be bet iteroW divorced from strong tlrik luipoaderedJ over her words add that satfe night I wept tor herd said My dear girl Ive quit No acre for we She didnt lala word She iiiSreached mp and polled down aid geutleaten omji wife if fou please The glasses were drained ant Goloael Chian walked away Now BO oaa asks tb4 Ookmcl tQ take aaytsisg struBger tkaa imported giageraku SlQIKiWirillOO The re4en ef tMe paper will be pleased to leers that tkere Is at lee fins dreaded disease tint aeUac as beenaMe tn wire iIlL all ita utane aM that is catarrh Heil CaUrrk CaretsI the only peeHire eura kiowa ts UM medical fraterpUr Vttrb btn Sees stitntleMl disease reaulre a ee etRn ttowil trea nwt HelPa Ottiwrk Cue Ja takes Internally actiag dtrecMy spot the Weft alKl ueaeoes wrfaeet et the vet thereby deetroying the ttua4a ties of the dlseaee aadglriBgUte fa tiest MreRt by balkHiiic wfrtheeee stitutie aM leaisilim satan ta tfetefC ifs work The fHreprWeri hare ee faith ia iti ear Uve penren thMtkef oSr Mr Dollars eey S eMI that It jetle to est eu 1H1tuses A4ieee FJ CP4y tOO let0I Sold by Prss 5c- 41IIs vIItwPis an the be- etGrpT f 8M The Keataoky sad Teaaepsee props are MW plaaled aad MPdir fAtrapi caaditioM 1 is tnaaffktkj Blaay i 4l UaW oft 4a swW keanafpl tklpT ratk4r ke a dekipjejg to k4aref at it kttt years ss Hy mtaPiiieT sad cptUBgnSf M otop kfce caused a big pro portion of tobacco to be msrkeed Lat was sot well Wre4 WI thiPk ttierei plenty of timerto 1J laKQOd orop ot tobacco aAt this years crop ehoirid1 be a good OM ter iM n4j p fNl MIl IMd jJo p Ir 4i t m t I LJLwlaawI asi4 1mI iI ftut f 1 r t L Capture of4ove- Keinned4 Oaaofthe greatest terrors to JKeatacky in the 7M was t X torious Grove Kennedy K m ledy was 1 ashy tabtwred by Marshal Geo ge Hunt r assisted by Bee MuAtee A Dupir George Siscc Wm S chin aid NealV Conlej The toe e left Bar ds town tie last o Octobei 1877 for Garrard comity Kta nedyshome S ixol theM Went horseback and two la a spring wage n which contatied the gas and provisions for the pearly They left towm very secretly leaving in pairs at In tervals bet ween brnmg and noon known g that thje greatest secrecy was necessary to ksep Ke Bdy in ignorapcei of their stovemeits ffliejr o f joj tjc forty m e iipfeout jsu to a a u tCwo il 5 tpis Daaviller where It igiS before sUrtlajg tljF W SIdrest daring tke ay Hera they ted thei biSief iIslept iitabare fltIlI darl taaaaxt ateht wheel they w jce joiaed by Mr Keiibicaster TM MarakaXaid Mis party arrived at filaTefjee kefere daylight the folifwiag day sad if apt Uesuelves kid Mitill th aext nght when they were joisWbyaMr Helley a oitisen of Laaaaster sad wk0 bad La tereated hisjtalfU th caytere of Kennedy aad otkejr pitliWB ittibat sectkB Tbisty ac eepfaaiet IT 8aveos then started for Keamedya hoajf Wh4k 9a roe e they learned that k kid goAe to the bpjaie of his ftr aaar Crab Orchard in Lia ol cnBi y Riding rapidly Heater and his party Were soon on Keaaedyt trail KjMaedy reached his frthers house abon i twepty sifiPtes aheafr ot the Marshals pikrty Tpe litter arrives at tk house aont aId eiyh sad udine ItePaedysi borse m thi batn wet with sweat aad icillu Xresiv satfate atarkB upoa 1LIBJ Mrro Rdtd the botte To frerent tie shoet ng of eaek 01 her and to insure speedy contraction of alt the squad at any desfed point a signal mad sis word Was ar ranged Wk HI veverytjbiP was perfeotod thf party kept ajitrict witoK over the premises and qpittly waited foe dairligt aid the appesraa jefiif the man who kad been d fy ipg shfrlffs and militia comptnies foij monihs About fix oVlock next morniBg Grove Ktmitedy came from the bouse sad went to the barn in which was Ills horse Ii passing ii ir barn he took his pistol from bis b lt looked at it sad reUrued it to the holster He had beet IB the brn bats few minUtei when hia father caaMtothji foor and called him to breakfast He had gone but a few steps toward the house wbei Hunter Dupin atid Cohley ffom over he fence leveled their guns and Hunter said Throw vs yopr hands Keu medy threw ap his bands and cried Don t shoot gutlM I pirreder He wak imsiadi ately disarmed sad haadcefed 0 sesuag lavees dsacing KeaiMdy req nested thjiMarsha aot to allow SlaVeas to shoot him as XV Haake4r whom Grove hal iilled wapSIaveas BtkeriP4aw KaaBf y s iatkir sad BieAher i rept wkW their soil was haadin fed Hm Mother oomplalaad kIt her lei would have to Ie ti wlo his break tsi4 OatofkesiLt- keykai IAdber that atkad apy break fast sort kr days1- oW whecwpoo the My replied If I ad- MJIIY ywi never wopMLget hay iIs II aes aftr Ulnp bi s4 oifliOhIa- Iowhc ea aavried to Laa oa Hr mrc witss wsy H- isUdWM a4 ed i I the Ck an ty Jedge ped BtmtkK ic LOIIsY1UL Ft lice udl 4b4Wtjtbmck to ilaiaieaa1 ki e fcr the wtfe and 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vv1tl Te41fl1 + I8OnIac tfJlt r f l oftHBoOouik Mft case of IiOsbssithe aegro oodvxiud tLk IstePterm of ttardo Mg Jh mfatttf daughter A1 dftw uiL WO ordered The exentcS fd hedbeeat tdi JUt Jr hfbit au4d h4 r l1jaII Sb htif A despatch W Urf TWtti IreoifPraakfortsaystko nfotftl W r made oft the grad fcUtphe trlalJc xuEevisst- rsctiom to the jury s- ivtayvbslZhtrTb 1 d ditoetkat coayicied1 MgHgeBa t yaimsaatLyerr itrbff mid a rwreVeaf 07 thedeciekMLoCr taa kwa oetari was Lot tttLapid Li- Moutgoue y tW uttribmT1 child was mk HJe Himalei M k wr ofOaroirn B GilrfOrds ijtw reogjjd by JMotor Tahia eWlL xthana1 yeer bstfete Ao psid- eath M i ja ttfciJ tI f it 1ad t mcthc woK i1w ago thy brovttMt nr WeH1 W live wits tkamv IIIiIiW Ib Ul litttrl aboit wi of age dIed a4ksicirciastaesse A1t Lad- igao JD sadil MAttoraq l H hiiDK at nq developd the faet this IbS- ch11d bo4Waral Ii with braises sad iba dsejI Md l evidently bees y odWd t sJ blojroa the head Tweumy bore MeeJlgdpHry bad out a lifisiara sepIy iia5oaxker life Adweaep eAsicIkVJlw waadrpL DI YII I1t- a MieiIt La wwnl ws Wk ke Wy 1oys BlfiBj 0PM WMB 4 4k tfl- Spsgissg fIl ssiWiee I j1tiiTh tHIIIr1alhJUSprla ad oN dsatIg JIM lMs by P- sooreotlto4 Ooipjiai errors wetre mad 01 hoik sWea br batUiy far taw vWlag toaai dkBl xcslIsntOit f Msnpr BMaeoo B4 CtpT Tong wish to tkemk th poopfe lor their aatotuiaaca at ke xrnalsoi tb mtrbaato akbrIhutted iowiu bi MtttpjaT Ute oam aow bM bati isattA- ttooord f Edwrd a witf a iw bu- isMUJ MIr4I1N 11to My tor tke hsss 1 tttwee S ioIiue tfga jWkMy ttwibta apt all a isas- dtsk W as a vs WUII 4mrt to tIfcciud aflsl tpe we el tlwW be Wee t MtoVe = 1t ruEIEs LEADER c hiiioferisfe I cetS per I o forteuui ecuts for kchCt1bo2 flfldhkttC IId poltUcal matter1 eutrItOL4ir JoblI JUtIITlLAertItn cntrzct131ade onliLberal Vrn i nirh AUiLrejIOfle of re3pCC 41t 1izb e jzlT3 icty t ou 4 1gbPSDA JUjTIJ 19- War aUcSrizei cmnonnce e fTSCOT1NAES 1A3 bvriaidat iorl o Wtiqe of Coon My Attoniey of aahin ton county skuvomber eloction19J1 L jj TbatcVe aVe authorized to announce jtMESLMUDD As a candidate zotngistrato in the r rederIcb VnBnd Spripgfleld No 9 fliLrt8 Noyernbere1cction Dt 1Sheriff We4W a lboriiseB to tmnounco BYRON CROAKBi- S a candidate for the office of Sheriff Vashlngtontipanty November elec oI1 J131 uUea Sidney Osf narUinamdIste iftQ are authorizeu to announce GiO1IOF a Damcratic Domination fort Representative from Washington1 coiintf November dee pfonlDOl r ENGDAND t iqevience with the Bbs in South Afrtca vh- abteh sijcdstl one JovGBti a I r tipu into tlieT condition of affrs Reveals thpfactto tile astohh d f i BrrtisbiervthatAthB war continues t to cost ll250000 weekly lhnt Authorities eatimated thdV the ijaivadera of Cape Colony nura 4 bered from 1 t 2000 raent nd that iherd were 1484 cases of typhoid rovor aitong iha troops during the month of April of w ichl nnmber 187 proved v fatal The joVs of life bjHbe West ivS Virgitiia clpnabur t yhicli ocou- redlas oejcis up y placed at fifty mostly colored miqers und 4thoir families though a JIgreat many niOret aTe missing and may hava been swept away H The property loss is lboutZ ofliichba11a milllou falls upon tboNorfork and West t trn railroad and about 100000 1ipbn the coal operators AM least 8500 men tire tit work re building the railway Traffic d wmnb he resumed for four days THi ii botui down in Texas and jQ tK continues tp If attraaLt1IettpntLon ot the wcwld Th largest guslier et atruck is at Redfork Croelc JSat tlon notth of Denison Tei on 4he Fetj l1itad bMensIon gThe tti4O fetiath air audaleffojrlsxtq pap tbepjpe lave prWfed inl vaint Thdusahns p1 ga1ls9f oi1 wUewastei- he W pnn- y1vanIpil Company 4TH Obi RopuliLcan Stt COfl9atiOtire1iomjnated NasiI for Governor by a nnLtninious vote Carl Liipjiertcf Ham j Illon Weutenaat Gorernor by chi at1on w Buft4lqMr4 ynavs tht Deoertrc messes will insist upon Bdhevi g to he dlapria jiples tftspit dribtiethreataof rtogniz4t Rt= WrreuStorer member of a otedKuclfy fmtIyisdde r 4 srrectIgame by 0 gQsdrals br 2 osiiii iit kii Fmn 4 I LhAgetab1e1reparaIionforAs J siinilaiiBg lhcFoodaiffleguIa- tingthe5bLnacsanctl3oLisot fromolesBrgeslionCheerfuF neSs and JtesfcContpins neither OpiuntNoridiine iioiMiirat KOT 3KAKC OTIC 3JwftxJenna f Iacl11s3 14 2 Apcrfccl Remedy for ontipa- upn1SourStomathDiarrbpea WorConulsionSFerish ness andLqss OF SLEEP facsimile Signature oP NEW YORK jcaori= IL Laying the Corner Sforie The Courierjourcal cdntained the following Yesterday after J noon Kentuckys Masons laid with solemn ritetand ritual the corner stone qlt their new Teni pie which will now be hurried orward to splendid completion t iUeaiplars in full regalia caem4 bers of the craft wearing white jlbye white aprons and various raystic insignia of tmhr prclers oroied at the Scottish Rite j Cathedral at 3 20 oclock yester iay afternoon dud ted by be- upuisville Military and Jenkh j bands marched through the j Streets bounded by Market and Chesnutatid Sixth and Tttir uoLtil fho bead of the column wjis drawn up abreast of his corner stone wbch stands near th0 ceher of the south side qf Gbest nut atreetf between THird acd fourth avenues The stone is in the northeast Qorner of the lot on which the Temple istobe jiilllt and while Grand Master W G McChQrd of pfingfieldv Grand Secretary HB Granij Grand Marshal W B Ryan ctpg Chaplain RE C Law dh cf Springfiold Past Grand faster and Treasurer John H Leathers and others hgh in Ma 5phiccoun oils mounted theplat forth built about the stono tne Templars matched to fho tern wall of the lot drawln uti In double cplqrant Between thorn and the stand forped the Misons in a circle thirty deep The streets houses and windows if 11i3 Cu tqinhouse were spectaW1 The cerempnies wore opened with prayer by the Rey Ilr LuTFsan The jcornerstone was then laid tjie various cnlcers taking portin the attendant rites The address was delivered by Grand Mser W 0 McChord The speaker began by recalhr g the Masenic tradition that taachea that a temple was erected itJdrustflem inobedi Dca to4he Divio command for the worshipof G yd by OQOO entered apprctices 0000 eilowcraV ana 3300 masters or overseers all under the guidance of Solo mmi King of Israel Hi ram BTrog ofrjyrpard another BLyrajn the widows sciiJ Tfcje ariciept brothers aaid the peak orb v1erfilQBg4jed in the erestjqn of a Building seryiceable to man vtS a place to worship God while tile iFree and Ac opted Masons word engaged in specjilatiye Masonry andiUnder sotqmn obli gallons wertf striving tojadtiee men to honor God prHcjtiee charity and teach morality thereby becoming better eKizans and ooipg baiter grepare ttoi ocdupy that spicital tWtpJe in the groat beyond lAf ter aclng ibe generai history of lilaspnry through the vceutujdesr fh4 speaker told of ihegreatlgatborl IUgQQtho five gertuck lpdes at Jiexingtun pa Seplerabei 8 1800 fiorn which meetingr the Grd Ltdg sang Qtobir 1- 6fte same year The flyc- odgcs thus meetnig were GeqgetoiLodgc t6uE- a s LoJgei454e Lethg 2 d 4tiraIem fJ V5 teUing of the disastrous conse 1awencs 1lai the atet t I Tor infants and Children the fKind You liave c Always Bought Bears the re- TL T r For Over thirty Year- sCASTORIA TI411TAUIl r4iaauey for a tetpple bujld ng by pkioiIotter rt SU Sejuut n43uatiu by ti6 grdlid Lodge whenit roi f used jlo sell this grant for 5000 ayea I recogniintbat the will ictf Go hati been shown iuoppo sitidn to its bDenitiqn The pettlr paidbiffh tribute to th bse members of the ordei who net iafter the civil war flnd in sp te bl Sectional strife rej maui dtrue to lthe teachings olj their order ahd yere responsible for h a erection sof the Widows and Orphans Eoine which he eclaved Ttb be the brightest jeVe hifhojcrowtfOf Masonry inKeitucfyj v Th beDedictiori was pro nounced by Pr Lavsbn Qi Ick RellcT For Athma Miss aude D cksus Parsons Kan1 Writes v j suf ered eight yrs vith afithma in its rorst fo4m Ihcd aeveral at taJks tiring the last year and wa not eg ectedto live thrbUghthem I began aaeing Foleyls Honey and Tar and it las nevor failed to give immed- Iate re Tef v em rkithe Snake tory A gentleman from Casey count was kin town Saturday Owiojj to Iheact much enthus iuois has been cremated over the probability of the discovery of rich nineral substances in the sodthern portion of Boyle and west Lvpcoln she believes that gold xists in considorable quan ilies n Casey and related the fdjfcwing roailrable snake story to an Advocate repre en tativij as evidence for his be lief J J- A lew years ago the gentle nan n question had the good fortuie to captureS a couple of ratth snakes which he valued greayxilor their beauty and in tjjg named the Da mhias Affer they arrived at years of discrHiori he used to toke theui visiting as they were perfectly taine and harmless and had been tauglitrto repondtoHheir names whoa called v Qae day h had occasion to go into a drag store tb tfaye a per scripjtlob filled ivdd the snakes jWhichUvere loafing about the streo is with him went along too The misfibevious lutlecreatures wnggled abut the room for some tin e and then happened upox a four galjon jug 61 fire wate which they prooeded to jSamplOj having uoVor seen any thib4 Ukp it bo foro The result was tlmost instantanious as the snakis were intoxicated in a sbor time anft proceeded to to paint the toxvnred by chasing tbe i ading cf tizens up adjacent jiglegraph ppjo rod cither con 3enicDt resorts they which the two snakes disappeared and dayThjewhO kvasidee ly greived being- dpr1vad pWispt vasriding- hotn when he saw ophlden in ebriates lying by the rnoad side H9afln Jcended frQmhiShjorse ex d Damjon and found that he w is too fhea y to lift With difict Hy the gentlm an liftedtbe repti ess tai Hni by Shaking him cr amplled binilo disa re Wrial in Ukolmatvner TPhesbre wd itt etI rIre t LIthey tad snakfes m ileir boots and wero taking the gold cure Butt thenutstioi which agitates wPujVHrulJ is1vIiere did they get th pfFJly of nugget s tft er- ejustcig3oj place bar soiktli tVhere near lul no ode h1igln able so far to locate it- DJmonLetb1undetook toswallotv a live eectric wire Hew puld siiollow ft lqoanitpif wire cquil to his length jMn coil himsjifupj andafter hethld stragntpjed out t ie wire would bs wount up inside of him in the shape of a sniralJ After he had swa lowed eighty feet of wire and sixty eight thousand volts of1 elecricity he died Pylhiasmorirned over him bra few cliys and then he too shuf fled off b3 moraicoil Danville Advocate A surgu al operation is hot nccesarJC to cure pilrs xDeWitts Witch Hazel Salvesavei1 dill that cxpenseand necer fails Bevrare ofcounterfe Hay djii Robertson ji Dr Floope And The Snakes The Spencer CMiyer saVs One day last week Dr Floore and Messirs J Hal Mnir and Will Hudjdy of Bloomfied went fishing in Beech Fork river The success of the fishermen was indifferent bnt the doctor brought back with him aro markable this tltn the regular ordertdf hings is changed and Itis asnaUe story instead of a fish stork The party began fishing whLi QhetCtfjIcLbuf after ahrt tuie the docWr left the Other gentle men and repaired tto the cat hole Upon reddhihg there he starred jn tq wade to a small island j and In going through theAveeds and Water almost ran into the larg est lot of snakes he bad ever seen Tie reptiles were bunch ed rind ceiled together and pre sented a frrgntful sight to he jastocngheci i fisherman He says Kiiou there ui o ut least seventy tWo reptiles in the bunch and olose by was another smaller lot coiled ina similar manner At the time the doctor carried his 1010 alid reel in one hand minnow bucket in the other arid a pipai ix ihs mouth Upon nearly si ipplng upon this writh ing mass of repliles he dropped ill three and made a hasty re treat Some of the doctors friends have bet dlspisod to liidhim about the snake stdfv bdt yne SAVS the party did not have a drop of s iake bite antidote with them aid tbut it is strictly Ireu I I 1 FLESH In sum nor can be prevented I bytaklrjic ScOts Emulsion Its as beneficial In summer as Ini winter If you are weak or run down It will build you up sampleSCOirr r arl Street New York and Jixo nil druggists UNDER THE SUN1 The men have gone before ul have nt g the tongs ting Hie worded cur clamorom chorus Thrjr heard ol the cadent Tbe chonu ol the lyre that thrill ae were struck the years goneb71 iad the arrowi death that kill ut Are found ahere our father liejThe vanttv sung the preacher Jj JsSanitj itiU today J The moan the itrickcn ncatuio llaa ruhj the odisiwior J j Out the are worth riXnglnr With ttu change no tingle note v lad thffi obeq words ar tlwy angin tbcjtan reihoto There nivnev road to inflow love Nor ne4there ever be For oUt with luhlll sad hollow lwe Ia enough for you and Chtiei H Heron In Century WHATMpDERnSAlLbRS FEAR Wot Wincij and Sane lint an Erplo don AVtileli Scnttlr the Ship Boiler explosions arc the terror of the seafaring man1 said an old tlmo deep water captain Such a thing ik back enough en dry land but Imagine a catastrophe of that kind at sea In nlnetyuIUQ cases out ota hundred It menus the absolute wiping out ui thc craft itself add every soul on board The average landsman would be greatly slicked In looking over the maritime h cords to seeliow inal yvcs selg dlssiH ear each year anti leavo Absolutely no lewto Jhelr ate They cun well ur to the hundred mark audI such a mystery Isnotto be explained Oway fyr Btbrnis A Chinese typlioon may swoop dawn llkc lightning out of a clear sky arid tear a ship to pieces but some lljpatlng wreokhgu Is sure t tell tbe tale A boiler explosion on the aontfary will blow a hole 03 big as A railroad tunnel right through the centcjr of thehuU and the stricken Tessfl elnjplyigoe down nice a shot Then la no time io unfasten a boat frpm tfc davits or ci blopse ti spar Ia the opinion of amen that thq story of atleistDft per centAof ships that leave port and Jire never heard of ajaln Luckily the jnodcra iystem 0fi marine boiler Inspection Isextrernel strict and4honnigl Tot Is impjo iai le to absolutelj prevent carel NHirs and fraud and oftpft nwlxV ro doubt the fault lies wilt tbII44 Iter ol a fetchuvaii wino mistook the ther aoraeHi foii the steam gage and cusS ad on tJe stce ics4ii get the pressure above 0 Tnat 7arn will hardly hold water but Ive keen cases almost as bad I am glad to say howeverHhat during the pst 10 year there has been ti steady dimlnuti n of the number pf vessesprbcHjmys teflbtfslljfdisappeat That IsfSue bfr yond all question to tljhe loereased stringency of boiler Inspection and the greater strictness of examlnatkms be pre a license Jg lssjuefl jto englncers Nevertheless there is stw considerable room for improvement both branches New nleanslTmesDemb- crat ItnuBcIl and ni Sane The late Henry Russell the veteran English composer of Cheer Boys phcer cud of more thdri sod other songs whlchvcrc populnt In their day jmd manly amusing experiences then he sang his ballads on various occa sions tOnce after rendering Woodman Spare That Tree a gentleman rose In the gallery and asked Was thct tree spared j On being anayrercd In the affirmative he with a sigh of heartfelt rrtlef exclaimed Thank God for that After singing the sbngj of The Dog Carlo who jumped off an Atlantlp liner and saved a childs life Russell was gravely waited upon b n couple pf Yorkshire miners who begged him ifor a pup H One of Russells songs of which tile words were changed Ip accordance with the altered conditions Is our nn tlprial anthem Columbia the Gem pf theiQcean Argonaut THE KING OF HANDCUFFS How Starry Ilondlnl Anerlbaa 8n priced the Brltl h When Harry Houdlnl the America felng of handcuffs arrived InEngjand he tri d to arrange for ans exhibit of ills skill at Scotland Yjird but the authorities refused to a low him an opportunity of putting on ortakhig off iofilclnl handcuffs saysIondon MA P vSo accompanied by a skeptical London manager lie paid an ordinary call as an American visitor totbpolice headquarters Xjlr FToudlnl after rank n t e usudl4 retharks on asked a questlon about a pair ofi5n cuffs The gufde took them down and JOhto reiflpfe f j houdini was greatly Irjtcresjtcd and the Incident cleseijf by the American visitor requestltfg liiis gul etoIock thd haridcuffa on his w lstii The he turned his back and succeeded In get tlng them oft ihncoople of tathutes One of lloudlnts strniigest adven tunes happened at a big hotel In St Paul Minn where he was tery well known To his surprise ie found thrtt a couple of menoccupying the tooma on either side of his owii appeared to be mounting guard over him At first he only suspected this but after a few days ho was perfectly sure that one or tlieother of his nelghbrs shailowed his every movement O ic afternoon when Houdlni was setting In Iris own room he heard the sound of scuffling outside thedoorv Flinging it open he discovered his two unknown friends graspfifg a third man who had evi dently been wearing a log dark capo that wnsdrnpged on one side showing that he was heavily hand cuffed Were a couplo of dt tectlves Sir noudl nlr pauted one of the men This fellow made hlsescapcfrom Jail some days ago We kjncw that he wouldnt dare tdgo to a locksmith to jjet hIs handcuCfs rqrooied aria we suspected that hbrmlght 6me toou Snnday HnTfltx The average wan tine himself so much harm on Sunday jthat he floes not recover until the following Wednes tiny In the llrst pMe he lo afs around ibo house Insteadiof being ac live aa wpckdaya lln the next place 1ib cats bis breakfast later than Usual and his dinner earlier and tine result is that bets knocked out until Wednesday Tine best tiding to do on Sunday is to forifbrn t your usurl habits as much jis possible Atcblson Globe LL She Becnrctl Ilia Pardon There Is a rich young farmer once a convict in the state of Jcnfucky who owes his liberty and happiness fo a woman novelist This woman novelist Is Halllc Erralnle itlvcs Author of A furnace of Earth He was sentenced to a long term In tllepMilteutlary at Frankfort for killliv a drunken man In self defense Miss IUvpi became In terested in the cased quietly searched the evidence and bided hcr time Her chance conic when she wins a guest at thrt house of the secrutarjr of state at the capital One day whHe Governor Rrown anti her host wer chatting on the piazza sine appeared wtfth a hamper ofgoodtlilings and the gentle men to accompany her tj tlie prison hc delivered her hamper to the prli otter asked hum a few tactful quos tlons naIl the trio rctnrjied In the cyenlug Governor Brown struck with the episode Inquired of her the rjeasbtf ofthls particular sympathy With this tipenlnj Miss Rlrpg proVed art able tywyon and presented her facts In thq young nlans favor so cogently thct through th secretary of alatehls case Was taken up by tlie boariil of pardons and be was soon uftor setfuec Correct the Children In Private 1Do notrxprlraaudyouf chlldifn In the presonceof companysnys Miriam Brozuiaii In The Mothers Journal Spare your guests the mortification not Imagine that Itjihdws you are apantakliiff mother try ihs your best train and brluj your children up perfectly VDo All your teaching before the com pany arrives or after If your child ie tra very msbehavlng k ep Jiluj out while you are entertaining a caller or n frlenrtot jdlnner Tizro4ts nothing that will rnajj the pleasure of a crowd at a iabrvaB4Q wltncKs n thud get a scolding and omctjlnies evisi a slap In the face of a jerk by the car or Sent out ottheropai iYouAvinnotfce hatltiputsaTilna of damper no ifhe gobd fAture of tile company All vjll wear i guilty joolr and fjnel thattle perforniancc took place1 In thrlr honor and the cbtld tobt hisown little mindj win conchiile that It was through the Influence of thp company that fie was thuHJtrcated r TA Viea Fof Autumn Leave Many artlclfs such its 8j5rtfhs faU descriijtions workb jxfes tables 165 pota wair pockets etct jnay be dpo1 Iotatedln tlv f6ljowinssiiipk mandt SIng flritiiintt Jeavea dissolved gnm arable blaokpalnfc copal Tarnlsln cfc iSelectr perfect leases Ttil the artlcler to be ornanyentjtd with sandnaper rtnd give acoat of black paint When dry rub sinpoth with pwnlc stone and give two more coats tblauer tbantUi flrst After this tines arrange the Jeave K manner and Tavtety to uir tatv Qnmihr un4riaeserU- a I teaves nod press them In theIr piacos t Then dissolve Isinglass or gum arable In Jiot4 tvater indr brush It ovpr the I workviLet dry arid finish with thre T coatOt cdpai inruish givihgeb 1ralej J ohCooperne of Doo1ecn tys most jromluef1filtlzenn ijn thIo city on Ills way to Augusta to attend the old veterans reunion When be got out the train hetooked up Captain Warren Moseley one ot tine bravest of the bo s wiioiwent out In the sixties and ther tminedlately beganswapplng reminiscences about their army life in Virginia ftlnally Mr Cooper Asked Captain Mdseley if he remembered the YankeVlnft reporter whb was stand trig there fieard tine following stosj blchljoth merivoucUifor aa belng ab solutely true On therflMt day of the battledf Win Chester a Yankee was killed so near the line of battle that a soldier of the nainepf McLcudon Company I fourth Georgia picked up the hat and put It cit ami worelt He had not bad It on his head for more than tvohours ben h ivno dint tlirniiph flip honrl the bullet plcrciujg the hat In almost the same liple iliat tine bullet had entered that killed the Yankee Another soldier of the name of Woo ten of Cbiprfatjy if Fourth Georgia picked up tijo hat and put ij pn and In less than im hour her too was killed the bullet striking him in tJe head near the place where the other two bullets had ezltetrd The uextday another soldier of the name of Kllpatrlpk of Company H Fourth Georgia was wearing the ha when he too vas struck In the hea and killed Although the hat was a fine one was left lying on the field as then was no one who woiUd wear It as four men who had wonrrt were then colt and stiff acd each w pad been sho through the lint in vbja t the Bmt place Mncdnifcws IF f Crcloao Pranks A traveler in the west the Rcrfj T Brady says tlult of all the manifesta tions of power he dyer wltnesHed tioro an earthqinitke doyn a cns- Log from It In Inconceivable fierceness Vtbe strangevcrackllng sound from Its bosonn the suddenness of its JtTCslstl ble attack its Incredibly swift motion Ifs wildl leaping and bounding lIke a gigantic beast of prey the awful roar which follows all this but feebly ahar acterizes that strange ravngei of the pritlns 33ff continues The cyclone iplaya odd pranks have seen ty olljorsea llftea In air and carefully dejibsited iinliarmed In held about on eighth of a mile away I have seen chickens and geese picked clean of featfiers and yet feebly alive One house I remember liad a hdl ten feet In diameter cut put of Us roof as if by a circular saw t have seen the black whirling clpud lift a build lug and Bhakfe Jt td pieces as cno shakes n pepper box One of tine worst cyclones I ever knew threw a heavy Iron safe about asaghttd nnght playIt aa almost omnlpotept monster and seems to Ipvo the hldetfua Jokes of ita Cooeutrlc Testators Joseph balky takes the opportunity afforded by his will of Insulting his eonInlaw in terms which doubtless had a pungency once but which are hardly coiiiprehenslble to tine modern rcnterY1 l give to my daughter Ann Spencer a guinea for a ring pr any other bauV9Bhe may like better I give to the lout her huJupnd one penny to buy him a lark whistle and this legacy I give him as A mark of my apprechv hiJi t table naked and Unarmed as I was and ho well fortified with custard A grewsbmelegriey Is tbatof Philip Thlcknessc1 16ave my right hand to bo cut off after my death to my son and I dfsjre itimaybe sent to him In hopes that such a sight may remind him of ins duty to God a ter having jj long abandoned the fluty owed to a father who once affectionately loved him Another father seems apparently to have begun his wit with the dctcrfnl nation of pnnlshlnjr an unruly eon but as the fairy stories soy all ends hap ipiiy We refer to the will of Richard Crawshayi the founder of the famous Velsh Ironworks ft runs thus To my only sofa who never would follow my advice and has treated toe rudely in very nneny instances Instead of making him wyjesecutor and residuary legatee as till this day he was I give him 100000 Chambers JournaL Extreme Affectation A youn man whoso battered suit1 case was red and pink owl yellow wiTh the labels of European hotea boarded a street car and said to the conductor I gojstxblocks How ninciiT Oh only d nlckeir this conatictor answered But the young pian hand ed over cents sjjjlnKBdy yourself a glass of bciBEBndva cigar on me- T t conductor gave thnntra fop the tip and added Just back from Ea Jprrout1ootheOut on the back platforin afterward1 tire conductort descrjted the epJskde n couple of passengers HJ asked mo what the tinTwas for six blocks fie said andthcn he gave jnej a tipi It was aaa of fake absentujlndcdness Ho hB Just returned from Eijrope wJiero yonpay by the distance op the street cars and where you tip the eon doctors and h3 pretended forget he wasnt in Europe still Hoi thought Id JaesUoh him about his strange coaduct and louhl have too If the trick wasnt An plb one me Here anti In New Ydrk ejipecfally In New York yon are eonstaiitlyTnir fling up against people who fflrgetandr- tvork European customs on you They do It so yonHI know thor have been Hbroad Philadelphia Record jln orai Tlra RBsritali Elccitoa- Tine onfy contest which occurred tt Gatton within historic Memory was uiious enoflgh Sir Mark Wood mad been one pf Jts tmimbers for sever al ypjrrs had os his colleague lu the parliament at 1812 Sir WillfarajCon gjrevo the Invcntpr of the famous Con grevc Tocket The latter resigned m ISlti And the bardncVwlslied Ms own- sop to 411 tb yncancy There were only three voters In the cojptltuencytSlf Mark nh jrad kte ifc lbtiraateeai iSenajngs but aw tlitf eq qprreZe4Tsjbfdptfedffor sfegular rerMrge 3eB jalhgs refused tp second Sir JXarkfc Domination of hja son an proposed btthsel antI a ondJQl was averted only by SliMnr coming td ternls with the rerractory butler whose nomina tion ue secprfded in Order to Ipdace hIm to act as seconder talilalBon itiiezri belus thins utThnM Ci1jS trtnir Wart larrnngea tfurn y4alonepoll at tiftijons jiijfy knpwi k1tni4insWhig TIE SCHEME WORKED Asie by W oh t3rowaQuJ te4 HI tVlfc SanDlcloa To bo perfectly honest Brcwn doea mel pp to bis Gjlswold sjrtet oifflce every night that tells his wftf he fgblngthere Tl e bnslness vhlci lie Bflya Is pressing s frequently lmngl nary andthemai whoinihe ts g lng to meet does not exist jaebelpnc to va club anti clul have the rattjtSo tlpns Tie though that J Is wife a growing suspicion anfl Brown lid r v sourceful On the evening in questlor as tho1 lawyers would say he told her that there was a matter of busiieis that could not possibly be deterred untUi he next day About 0 ocJdrfTsht answer ed the phone and was asked fTJrpwn was at home and she repllcc tbo be was at his office Guess not wsts the alar ningl re spousewas jiist down there land nil looked dark She rang off viciously If women rer do such things pttdcred a cplipo told the drircr to go aa fast as Jhe olrdl nancelxllows kept taking on tamper as she went ami fleiv up cfalrp to tiia offlce as though a mouse wee In b6 pursuit Her hOsbanO inct per gfqlt Ingly Insisted thai she bad then him a delightful surprise put his easfeti chair scar the Tight banned r a p1 per vsSi apoJoglz for batuig o ewinG work that would possiply fhlin till 8 She coiild not pjtnlatn jthif Could not keep acrdke stteSraa aslintn ed of her aifi and atIarin1y teUfaJ him that ahe Imddreamcd tliatie vas IIlsboleTL ln ten mlnutetfe waaat the qlnb and shook handsuli man hoinll iliigly asked If tlje scUpmc wprkcOL He replied thatlt tap as goo las rcfiJ3y money for at least days And ben each bought aBtnck ofelnipa hat pass fa the night Detroit Fjiceirts8J zthNew Li Wauj Omall wafsta arci going out of fiish km they re doomed soon tabe quIte extinct Broad waists are hencefprtk tobe the faablpn 4A In tbcl turn to bo sung In vcrse nd prose Doctors will rtJblpc uf tfijls but 1hf lade2 Welt let them thlnk Of the Beautiful tlneleverlastlogand they wjll becolnp rcconcJl id to tine new iiroad waist fashion tUfti Jtf or that lissooa o no L iVThis exp1n te present ngr cr the Jotsephinc boudoir gbwnKs tejf gowns no npTTf called Ittj3nia3ePf soft Indian caghrncrct gathered on to a silk yoke formed tike a bolero Und a soft Japanese waif te tied rnn itM waist as high as possible apifl se silk boudoir gowns tire also fashwa ab1eandjreIyitikesani a tIe 4Purv- hasejt fTS4 JUL vL CaitttheOur St ksaie tlM beet sent we rry- siedelin tk- CeeieI ii- j ha IM1 tg filled with InftommtioB yo see abint iieSertptlOflSOingsin celslial- Innraiiciops BitcontaluSwatblearilcIes eahwrlttSby aetIIafit1e etch subject pa Coir Peas MarbetCa denhiK ifoiige Cttjps 3erUHiei 4eravIfEE Iflscaks Etc WeH vlitoa y u M4Urt WOOSTIs kCO- SEEDtJEN To get a tealiygood p of coflEee yottfl batotback oE teaaiyoufl hatktQroesman4 the jriid 0 n JcxLEs yobs a cofeeis tkats aoeittlfitjjry roaajtedand fclVerecltoyou Yeare sure p a odci f c because atjfae cfieevibtvoc and argot Ire liept ittact L lkn4 oer coffee pidto to p t out kiittki oL L Ths 2ca package oL 1oeStbir4 cw7aI1Arbvckiei Roastsd Gbffsd H prit h rive than the cbetp i d h tbtet e canchcbgA c1 Coffee Adrf te- vtlfesfrKiides Eeei btcsmm jmrod bar the aiS Tit e 1tfro the lMwe 5iaIt on coed tyaa IeS sfo ARwcJ1LEia r cYw t WI a wa XnTly iTppetdun t e first vice ijeW o united AntRMIaj Is eeCat the few lar dies who move tak i sp tine art df hooting not from thin ppfptoff xJeTrpfr pheasants grouse of rf er but ifK ni eye to the gJn Sine is a re ilrklibl gtoptl shot IJorJ tHh accompllihfcisM a pew one of hers Wlieashe was ltast la AnstraHa doftng her buabaW itViQUStQrm of d3ce site Hrprl cd ia4 aellghted tine Awrtrallasp wJttt h r tkill Blr fdelllfy Iti rnakihglnSlieeC Is ald to have played ne inco sr terabt art inesMWjathepopu nty of k the eonpia cdeuht uiled atralla will be is proud pttJi rlwrrSis Skill wIth the deadly w ipea ak Ictorift was Ju the prevlotwief of owe 7 The queen of ji Jii Wi k Et teN bastlan gave sfttln for a beat to tfc well known iculpter IjKfc Fbi3The bust which Is larger tka a tilt Jrep rescBta the queen Iw covrf deesi trUfe the crowi poa bee head ad t r yal mantle dflped o3s4er s PaIlez Is said to 1nve a ia- making an adistrabIei 4bc yeg is die tinuiIsbe aIinoq wre eaa oyeere as a total abstainer sad aedivofr lrtbe ta nperae cause Que- WUeImina is a pn f Wki ttw zeta A1tIew eI y W t thttr- 1saWiaa1 t the Wos oiJ ss ruji it AII IeS kaoua ab KJs5d7spp7 we eleeth out Th prlsieaa thi-er asswL q ba Ia tasI4Hi4s Lit iit5 u1lnix4 QUtre1iwins anxIos f4et5st wtyou say to atrp Z4Inn r trayGetyeevtjE1If th tte ffLs s7et1tk tere s be ss yii I w tin b Ittrdveg that of J1wnaam41 4eLIeDitIalt I te1Lyo to ltl- oaeT ijfeiieiietpssdNP wIiie4 bt I waat w tE V i KbdoI DyepsiiirDicsibJy This prepaiatlon ns all sf thsdlgcstanta and d1st all kInds oE kedyeSstaMIeLaD41tIu alLthesIuchs an late It 117 I use many tboueands of dysrieptes bave been cured afterereythlng es til It- IweenteIormatkofguon the atom vrUengalI es after elUs- git owt Ipbtdj see sieby E C TW ii a 0 5- Ooint5s Ptime i5s si = r TJT T c v I I T W 1 1 OIJ 11111OJ t IINT faT I tkTH kTrATEO- t OUTM1N t a j OFFICE nngnn BlOCc1P rtnlrs l piiINGFIELDKY Jll Dntai WorK Strictly j t Fdrstclass ft HOftD iENT18 JIItpJlUnTpUJLDI yjtiyIo6ated pRtNGFIELt KY EX J H LAMPTPN il rf 4 i InaIUrcH i L ti1 InOperop I jjr 1 DRS lo tSPLtINGFIELD K f t OiEICEDrPinebarts fot ter offiislsrbyer PeopestsDdposit Ban1rOCehOUS T2 to2pmi If 11J iVJFJQIRIGBY ATTNL t cMlco overPeOples Bank w ht If Y GijELDf X 1 t j I JH HARMON iooliorffian and Blachmitl- il i 0T3ugy repairing a specialty A k rODp ly done Sn9P on Doctors treetr hear Pouttr3I j 1House andrElarninK ci6seK Main Street iSpringfield JIv P Patronage respectfully1brt Tp solicited I am sure that altt patrons wlllbe satisfied wUh T4workwid prices t f In N 6 6 eiGrass 90 t f Itali5cch8hrQ iRoses Sttiirnit A a s a Thab and evorythlng torOrcbardc L wjiand Garden jPncea right aa Wtpav tpenifu b fBel t tthe la f Genralt aery and JiJ 4 p1icatSt wg on1lP 1 SI F KILLEN1WEYER PJJo1ies I I r l j N o V B8fiigP fl rjhJ m Master iIn thadMrBoiirU4Hjatmotfeyiii the West thoAxn i slaoysls wero O364 as cnr tecy jeris Mb1ffs ld their pricc d1d3etit7 o entIn twnty yents The very name of pUr rJLiQcs Sanvwaa neynonym for 1icet n as cnuen1 aU over tho Worlds On bllrp1 prIcip1e Jansons P01o1iS Plastet iIth6 universal standard extinnl l tcmedxi JXa say isat good Blaster does not describe it i fis tfSbestpossibk platter For every disease in trlif oh an external tem edy is available Demons Piaster is used almost iic mlter of cOnrSe fcJ Bensons PJastor qidekly jrelieros afa3 cpfea whera other modes of treatment ro either japperatkifely ikf fifiavoHa good effect whntevcr Coughs c5 llh lumbago iHdnoy troubls riouHiatisni Imo bacK otC ate at onu benefited Mid soon ctfrbd q Shii mzt St f ttKf viit at Bensons More than phyaiciaus and havoctMUnc sP1publiotnayhnve pbatenlJJcn80nlIBera of Bubistitutes and cheap imitationsa FofBalo prrayI United StRtes on receiptci21c ha f yttToboalJfg Ch 11 t n i r HOWIO mJr The f Ii burg Roller Mill afr 3tiiVfiWipcif KJJ s Is now Cunning arid We so licitlthe patronage of1i xh pubrr r it B sitE1otfr rttFM jc r OraiiJltaken Inexchange fpr i 12 flour prmeal AlSo iaycash rtror srainv You win biSi waited on at the milltby Itl f vei fhentMili r win titi e land better known ijD sty JOflN C BURNS Prop rlr tjtl 1 IcejTLci J And dont forget that 0 W 1sgsh quaro1sf Y pLaeice It full supy on hzIP1ILt aU timei5stcIl 6 B rcs isiadeo1wagct in Mldftt 10 Dd1rir kx war4wttti Zot lice Is t I iff Sctl 01111 Call und 9eeb nt M1 QtPItJ JOlf p ji jJJQJIC 1iif t EIfe fE EffF EE EIfEEEf BOUT TOWN 11- r j 335J iJj J 3 i ti i I nflJItt In valid chairs at FredHagans 4 d Shoes at cost at PredHagans II 43 reVCbv awl a1tfor sale rAVp9Jhu C shader j iSilve jkniv s and spoons Tbe beswit Fred Hagans N FonsthEOne second hand Piano loquirof W O Grigsby nSr Clearance Sale all Millinery gopd regardless of cost wiansilels1 Rubbe tires put on aiidvat the r5gntprfcejt Springfield Carnag9Wprks f FOR RfiNT The residencel now occupied by me onDootor street is for r ntG G tont Wharjjrphe Jadiesof St Rose c 1 out 5 as oeeclff frOm their courtvday- dinter s JiviSifeibbylhas tthe tooisto put on the best rubber iireson earth Springfield CarrageWbrks JlheneWresidenCBr of MrG 0 Wbarton ofi HighlandAvenue1 as nearly completed dnd Will be a uifltfle1welIing L rr r BORrNr4rOn Sunday hme22nd- O Mrad Mrs E Carl Litsey at the borne of Judge W E girlicL3dies are invited to call and exatmrie the latest uptpdale corsets and Bustperfectorin allthe sunimer styles at Mans fllLcj Mrs John EL Walker is aiyg the record this year in the chicken raising line JShe tias oversix hundred young Brown Ldghorn chicks sqfap L You dont have tbgd any far her t8 have rubber tires put on Jo6t leave your buggy with J EL Tribby and he will do the rest Springfield Carriage Works 1 will sell Jvi lfbut10 icroclr on onrt house sclllareBfraS 9wn July 8th 27 jye Vliug mutes They will be sold in lots to suit purchasers 1 tl B P GRiGSfcY Rubber tires theyt cq vhirl wh never you do take your best girl You lo kneat she is sweet wben ever you drive through the street J H Tribby A seweris being put in on Main Cross street extending from the north side of Main street to the town branchV This will be Quite a n improvement and the town should haye more such Mayor A R Sh ltz has ap pointed the following as dele gates to theTGoocl Uoads Cop ventio at Louisvilla this wek W T McElroy CR R6bert Ison S Roberts and Sidney lo9n The meeting of the Alumnae of SL Catherines Academy took place at that institution on yes terIayl lLA large number of tormer pupils atthojschootewere present and the exercises were interesting Your old bul which you 90Ihaye thrown nWafj bring it 10 our shop and httvVTFTpainted arid rubber tiVes put on and wiilhave a buggy as good as new one Springfield Carriage Works erThe elm tree bug although a little slow goionipgtbis year has been fast and destructiVfe with his work now since be hs Jojriystarted A great many of the elms were either cut down or trimmed up closely by their tbosevtbntJthe apperance of having been struck by a killing fros beinjj almost totally denudedqf leaves The will of Redumn Jrigsby Kvas admitted to probate in tIle county court here Monday The personal property was given to his wife Mary Grig by The farm was also given to Lerto be held until alloJ the children attain the age of twent one 8b is to have exclusive control ahd management of the farm the pree sotwhitD are to gc ito thermatnt6nance andeducatioE of toe children Piirc ho LinM Q 311 tg 10erOE1JP tt L11U 6wjstructioa of a us iron bridgcrossiii Rolj- iForktt ffl rTife JFeg Ryictc tluseda-mage done jbe jge bra heavy risiitbeiriy f1ast Friday The flood washed out the I falsework of the bridge which Itresuli p a loss of about 1OOO to the bridge comocn and a con siderable deiayiitliei construs ticn iTbe bridge is being built by t ITBrackett Bridge Coof Cincinnatii and is to cost 550C and Kiil have a span of 167 feet if v k The iegulac eramination applicants for teachers ofII certificates was held at the l bouseron Friday andSaturday he result of which has not been innqdnced The applicants were Emmaj ducted by Supt JW BbshjVT A lIEfdl Yi F Grigsby l rtdaybWit1gd It was busy Season with the farmers which prevented a large crowd from cptning lo town There was very little stock on the market Auctioneer S M ampblreppts the following ales 5 yeaihgsteersa t81 per head 10 scrub calves atf 1 25a 2year old steersat 1 2625 4t yearling calvesla 1560 one cow and calf for 22 50 one bay horse 30 one gray marafor24 75 one old biigyO The Nelson Record says A Tew nights ago some dastardly scoundrel placed some heavy timbers o1 the railroad track near the approach to the high tithe jjMstEast of town For Uintttelyihe obstruction was fptind und removed pefore the train came lpng jo be hurled to ihe creek bed jjeverity five feet below The railroad company selSt outt tW9 detectives toinvest igate tthe outrage but we are not advised as to what success they had to ferreting out the perpetrators of such an awful at tErnptHj 1 MakIntnt Naine Mr OiaiIE rLttsey of Wash legion cojunty rapidlymaklng a name as a writer andone oti hiSlat stXlorts is the siorypf the 4nttonr and customs of the monks at the famous Trappfst Monastery fKentuckybo Abbey of Gethsemani where the Brotherhood of Silence live thtir stinge and hcly lives This story should bo of deep iin- terest to Kent okia s for she proudly boasts the only Monas 4ry in the South The article willappear in the July number of Frank Leslies Popular Monthly Helson Record Mr Litsoy is a Marion county man butmarried a Washington cpurity girl and nowbas a Wash irigton county daughter PA Farm For Sale rrA Vfaraa containing 33J acres situated four miles from Bards town on tho Bardstown and Springfield turnpike rfdr sale Has on it agood tious barn ani3 iraprovments For further jtarticuars aplyto Richnrd Nallv J3rdtownKy FeiRcn TwoVpoms in my building on Main StJreet formtrly used by pr Rtynsotlices Suitable eitner ifor offices or living rooms IJ M BURTON I BETTER LIST Ijist of letters Temaining nn called for in the Springfield Ky PostofticS for the week ending June 291 1901 Mips Anjnie Grundy tMIss Maggie McKenney Thebeprge H Melting Co Ilf H Obrine Mrs Maissa Gooch Mr WaterBraailet MrsMiliEdlenpi Will House Whetijcalling for these iletters please sy Advertised W A WATERS P M iJange disease and death Jfollow inlrandryoaiviYill a4dyars f your We and life loHrouc years asy to take neyerrgrip Haydpn Robertson Ijczecrik s3ltrheuiu tettef chafing ivy poiapnihg andalLskinortures are- l Quickly cuted by itWM Witch Hazle Salve hfc jjertaiu file cure WWdbu Kobirtsotr PER8UNAL Wliea Bcttfo Iryino has gone to tcba t nontvia11ruatve8 1 4RE C jjnwion Was in Lou J Jiivitleitholilirst ofjtbo week t M vjjr I080 Cleaver ha3retnrned Jn a vis ito friend n Memphis v Miss Lydia Duncan has returned f IMI1 guest of Miss Mary Lewis last week KheMxjishalDunn has returned YIWail lugton Lee University Bpen the vacation Ii Mriai WJ Lisle and laughter MI1i Addi were hero last week visiting at the W T MeErroy home Mtss Letcher Matthews of Bards town utter a pleasant visit at the Ches heir home has retarned Mrl James C Chescheir who is now rthe Lycoining Panto1 Co traVjIlnJrfo the first pf toweek iWashingif nherealesman for 1ebonseI is Qsfrlcwhile on the street last StifnrJay Isr i cMhsc Din lIe KitetSveek accompanied by her cousin Miss Lily Anderson borwill r main to visit her Me sere J R Durrett and William CPasrne of Bloomfield wore hOrnon Monday and Tuesday working up some life insurance business 1iia es Sadie Haydon and Annie Bell two charming young ladies of StTr 1Qa aanumber df o citlzetiswent to Louisville this morning as dole gates to the Good Roads Convention and t6gai redmrrelatives left Tuesday for Louisville via B oomtIeld Mr Drown Will go on to ifs homo atIndianapolis r John A Simms gave a bowling P rSI on Tuesday evening at the Il Thosd vho participated Innthe game wflro Miss Lois Qowdy Mr RF sutton nMriams Dr Barton Mrs Simms and Willis Wharton We give no reW ldsJn ol ej fG PtlorlsCTesttheEiysCreanBamfI and Cold in the Head and a to continue thetreament R Yjver and a cUrb foll nofdrying does not pro It bbothes and hais the membsane Price 60 ceuts attl druggnfs orby mall Ely brothers tWayen Streett Now York ir James Broirn Ptttsmouth VaS over rjcars of age suffered for years with 7 badsorerpn his fade Physi IJeWittgeWHaydbiRobertson permancx4lyS g ftTHAW SPRINGS l From Our Bpociat GorrcspondVnu We have had a nice rain It has been badly needed in this i BvicinyEdd doff and IsiahHahnyho at have been in Illinois for some time nave returned hone Mrj Walters of Harrodftbujrg boug t a nice lot of lambs from C C Octdr and W F Graham at ft cents Mi W C Thatham sold a cow IR Brown fer25 sMrl opening ball at the hotel TiiusoeyeniigJunO28th gEd1Kausis l Auit Ruth Trent died last ii Toes lay ol old age The re maki were intenecl in theRock bridge cemetery t jEd Jenkins bought of George j Bphon a now buggy for 85 vfr Arnold of Perry ville is at j the S pnngs this weekcMst Hardins horse broke his- neckIatweek t Fa aeFsaie getting ready for i hary st The wheat crop is light in this section t village Suthoilandpasaed Saturday HjtHjtEzra has 30 guests at th week M ss Mattie Mitchell wasj burl d atifairview Sunday The cius iof her death r5 not known R v Hatchett passed through our village Sunday on his way horn Rev Tyler preached to ia llarge congrogatioq Sunday at this place JJ P Johnson bought of Ed God a buggy for30 1 be doctor told me my tough was iqu able One Minute Cough Cure niad tnie a well man Norria Silver North Stracford N H Because youve not fund relief from a stubborn cough dont despair One Alinute Gouifh Cure has cured thousands and ifwi Itaure you Safe ands Hay don Robcrtsbu I 4zorandIetieap at J5red Hagn j 5 I = I T SYI DressGqodd Waist Goods Ji lliss Good llIkndi d CoI rtt iNu Mohair Prunellas Glorias 4 IAlmas nsetc i tN 00 4Fre ITltW iteGtoads if Emlnjiilefifis India Linens I Erendi Organdies MuHg Persian jLawnv EmbroideredSwiss lite I Jackoutt Swiss MHSH GOODS In all shades Embroidered Swiss Mercerized Satines iardsUinghanIidr welryBe1tsandi 00 1fments c l OurStddicofCLOTHINvo 1 Is cbmpIeteand attractive l 411CSt stock oT Wdl Ptipr and Carpets we hav ever shown 3 Pteasje Visit us before buying we will make you monyYburs Truly CunnIngham tDuncuii Y JTMOORE VILLE ifrom ourrcRulaT pbr cspondent WbWt Darvfstiis in full blat his week although it Is some what damaged bvlthe fly W S Good will open his nwa July 1st j Messrs W K Keightly and i wi Royalty have sold their ntire stock of niercbandiseto- lirara H Weekly Possession iven July Ist We wish him f success Buher Boblit ajid JamesBene tt diet visited Mr Warren Pile at Simms last week J Mr Richardmitho near alltown is visitiiig his parents i this place Several colored folks and severall white pea 1e tqokJn the excursion last 3utiday Every once inwhile some thing happens hjaro thatwduld be news but you must not wriya anything meant at happens if you flo somebody will get in 1 uited consequently we will not let the outside Jworldknow oft ur meanriess but if anything ood happens they want it pro- laimedcl to the world Suohis life Lets have taU the news if its true Weve hired fighting editor Bdf Several ot pui neighbors at tended court at Springfield lastc Mon oyiZ Corn is crowing slowly though perhaps weni haye a aodi rop yfetY A larpe acreage of tobaccohas bean sotcut A very valuable horse belong ng to Mrs Josie Settles died one day last w jek Cause un known Mrs John Gammon wife of Mr John Gammon and daughter of Mrs W GiBoblit diedoon June 24th of consumption inI the 29th year of her age Her remains were icjterred in Canjp Ground cemetery the following day The famil have the sy m patby of the comfinunityv HIS LIPE AVED By Chkmbefrtlis Colic CHoUfa and EH rfko Remedy f n1 am surtIiU2amber1aInnCoilG Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at erne time saved uy liff says A E LI alette of GregCTy Landing Clark bounty Missouri I was aufcfa bad shape that the doctOrasaitiI could not live When 1 Waat the lowest ebb one of isiy neighbors brought In a bOttle of Chamberljaias Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea H jtocViljr irfd Itook 1- tlaud g it instant felinf I sbion got np and aOttndTh t was nine ago andir am stilt Sit good health Since then thai medicine hasUlwajte becji iti ray rtcmsc1artdtlv 4Y win bct4artl1 ii or ii1e liM4iot 6 bertI4Uh GOoodsS JNIi I 11 IN vi Naiusoofts All Overs Applique L i MAPLt HILL j From our Regular C nrespondent j A numberof our young people att6ridedthe chiiafens dayex ercisfisat the ChriStian Church t Chaplin Sunday evening A large crowd attended and ivery i interesting program was ron dered Protracted meeting will be ginnt Mt Ztonon the first Sunday in August The farmers aie very busy this week harvesting wheat The crop will average about fifty percent The acrage of tobacco is much smaller this year than usual orGJI WASHINGTON CIRCUIT COURT W F Nciklrkasslpiecof J A Lankford JA Liankf rdc The creditorsofJ At Lank ford are notified to prove ard filetheir claims before me at my dffice in Springfield on of before October 1st 1901 5Tuos W BisiMs Jn tf MC W 0 C Dvspentics cunnot long live because to live requires nourishment Food isuot nourishlnfritfhtil itis dI- igested A disordered stomach caii lot digest food it must have asslstatihe Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests all kinds of food without aid from tha stomach allowing it to rest and regain itsJ natural function Ic3 elehients are exactly the same as the natatiti digestivfc fluids and it simply cant help but do good Haydon at Robertson That tired haggard look la all due to the nerve They are strayed Tone them up anuyour whole syrftera will at once take on new life and increased vigor Walkers Tonic recuperates the Brain and feeds nol1ishmentto the nerves It gives vigorrvlm andJJ vitality to the whole system Public Sale Ifndt sold privately before I will sell to the highest bidder at the Court House door in Springfield Ky rny lnnahOUAugust 3dtcilc f1fornjionJu GI fANgFIELD trOTood old Granny JotciffV af Tfon ffOekyE9 years alitaavsihatbr Bells SlhoTaVttonsy fa thfibesVGftptVnfo f1 Kffib luux arid BjJen Jhfal rniUvtIt anfldt tbft chrID- ritUrlJn tirl SOME B iiGiikl r Vie hllvjtt hcivc4i rnIit Itilfof Nw JIll tbUg5 and Lat attdLediI oliedngMomeowe CURTHINSBeforeI o n thePl Jdera is the mcp1ttce you atget a I5c collar Tr9c ami itlfc tie fr4kt 4Srtid1 wofth25e1 STHET7LJOfthejK t lheBargahsi zntcopalinedsptili t days but itr all things at all times they are jfo ing lor fOUl j g Jpl iehimt II spftotfully I P El LbER5 Springfield Kv v 4 IPwefu1Tf Insutancfe Jf 11rregressive rReYerled l I S0DTHERN MU1- AIJnicstmcnt i Company Ior Lex1ntofl Ky IjProinatesi i Ira WiLELROY f I 1 AGENT f1rIcononv Spriflfffield Ky 7 liWiUi ljWi 6 ivtivWiW iiweBgini onIJotr OIearuce Sue off I Springg and Icinmer Dress Goodsci3 Men s Boys ClothlngfMennd Wo I g men S Shoes Our stocfk is too laige ItI 3 and ve must rediice before the season E t is too late PRIES 3UT TO THE QUICK f3 Spce wiII not pbrmit Us hmeprices goodThiriIa get ncesj No trouble to show and E PriE pur goods Hoosier Cotton 4c E 1ndJ olCalIbo 4c Best Percales cut to It 3 1Oc We Jve cheaper percales at 51 3 11I c Men s 12 and I19 UltSCUtto 10 Men 1O Suits cut td 760 i 3 8 82ut 5 We have some g f5r3 suits for Men sit aj 4 and 5 Worth ft3 50 per centmore 7 lf 3 A deep ctit in price of len piinti Boys ii pants cut to 2 c an 45c worth in mOney J at he v V SJ il cut pr Oent on nawg iiE4n ol4oaei 3o eba f price l3argains Iii Ls 1itr S1d curtal 3 aped nJy42 iAllfV091 Carp ct 10 5Oi per ystd lot 3 One h3 f woI cut to iOc W IPaper froui 2e roll up Cia I get prides I MoGhord EobeftMI JE m t e ft M a Two Cay LoaaiofBugj Au Pheatons SU YIrtiiWagons laid othei veIiic1l i we now JUavejoiv liaiid and theres fiSTyoubuggJricec iT FOR YolY EAIY PLWi notltinrtQ U need ngcxxlpOJIIt IPet QUiEFCHILLD tAWj 0 f i lr L jf7 aodiyCASUTHOffiS0r ftmJ s R N Y 1lB t 1 jY5 I tnImNr I 1E ft1wcorpQraLedk 1O- CMrsE1 j l ttSUIPLUS h AMOUNT AID CQ PO tDEII Its tt ttv Ac U n jt WJIMtFFI I VnG V rti 7QFxsh I i IiTT TTT= I JItbuis ter1eOC- b Gwirwir Journal in its iL ipof ttM5TUOif a publish 1ke foliowinjr iaieresttnfc yG Spatur jjjtkburu lItt Blablrburn wbo bad i jftterasting experiences was in thepyMeimpbis mlvty to Jay sh kiBphftnds ikuBdreds of old friendsi i blsMeaapbis txperiems Pifc4culjiTly rb antic v H fis ifccn Capr Blackburn 9- niLkd kjt his Woodford connfo tfaaclJ f atter his aaariagp vteK absencs bg btcam iarpiac d aboard a trans i IfeMphis witfr sck ana thd Confederate soldiers i some mistake CpVI- 4iLr11i Baffle was pnbliabeJ Uajof wounded nd dead IlS41 rMrs Blackburn saV- 11WiLWT wept to 4tferi wfttMher infant daughter HtdI the wife of an- Iker Bbsburn jAfem tH child since she rtl4 flYin swaddling ituI vGppn Mrs Blackburns r4 In Memphis she y2nt I4rcttbe transports upon t4c fceir sick husband lay reii with fever Whil- eibwMwa1tiflgiU another part Ljeoat the uure ansi litile FlMreMa Blackburn went 9iogthe sick and wonn I tillers TJje ti 7 Child itpdliiliDg about with a cup fcWatpf itt liar hand when her ysbecsm fixed upon a soldier Jkslyner rby Vjth a sud ft impillse she went over to- adli reached out her hand Mt the cup of cola water a wrtiiar took it hurriedly i I alter quinc mA his thirst f his ar jlrpund the little Midv Aidwhost Httte child are you JM4 tha stek man 4 T t Capt Blackburns litile I ah s1ped siijPtheie fo Clapt Bl jkb ras carressing ri tho little mimsleriog tWj xfitotintd while ibe raE 1 wtmtfprward to notify in Sladkbum t 0 tkcoihiug i easy enough if you lOWhOrtO doit bet way 1Litis iv take One do4 of Dr BeJls Pi earHon6y Sununer cgijghs Co4Ihs winter coghsj bronthial 4 iSIwiU ocaBy kind of a cough or ccld pecdi1y cured by the use of this peopler P R ekard D hcaHib la writes yllJtU boy taIl hfrg from tbe tb the ankle t used BRBHOF ealve iiBattcdlatelyand Inthree weeks ttaMftwaf almost cniirely ea1eL iflHpt to recpmtnond it to every fsm ajrl d dvic them to keey Banner jlhjtrj on band ai it la a sure care for MbSMOTMylQrM Wood wf 8gtt fJ TgbaccoMarkcf The market thi week taken tMwaole wjis not as sutisfacto ry M the week pfevlous but at il ODQ very satisfactory latel were made andsome warehouses made a clean sale pn s towiiay and Thursday but Ohers wefre not at all pleisea With the prices and compl tined ot great irregularity on every thingfom oerwithtbei exception of the bet grades of lleaf which bld their oWn better thn at y tfrfeg else pn otter The lower common grades sold several bids lOt thin last week good COQ 4 Lion seeming pot to favorably Ittet the Sate qflhis grade to JhiCcfi The d man Was notice vfkWfTwtl so active as has recdnt 3T prevailed fewer 1dersweie in Jfhe market atfd altogdtberfi sellers badnti garionsole- el pleased ovir WMt wa offered for their tobaccos with the exception of god leaf Tbe ffuriaRS were lather heavy for 46t4iaerof Ibe year prospects liJd belter ior the comlna crop and a lack of orders oja the part of ojids buyers lerve to mke JS indifefeat raarketj and casedIiberalreiectionsat times Baleiof the best grade leaf wer about the only redeeming featqrfr off tlie wrket1one crop6Jt eInedaysolL at an aVerage ef 1225 too best tioghead bririfiTitrg J1625w nthe Jredy geveral cattenng hogsheads brought f16 25 and etIurday agtoo twist wrap Ier ad for f1650 TMe Weed souud1Iitesiy of Uea tifttJcBS Jfyoq iMivo fer heard the awJeitoaed 8iefiI will ippre fa raePL t Ijbt atsiaard o ejltc isSI1Wbesthtatn1 l trnanufae tLf C4S ccltedithe hst v4l s sszrh grea t guanteed a thi irt th tbw etPure 1t1lOsikijoe5 tl greater strain than ssseu raliy realized and every woman is aIlOCletY woman in her own circle Thel debts of society are many mfd most be paid or there will owe Asocial bank rnDtcymirf it 1SiM the punctual payxaeut of Socl dcbtsrc gardtcsa of health or fclingr that Women often lay the fopndatiofqr- erions illness The Ute hours and rick footla common to society gatherings soon or late de rangcthctomaeh perhaps becomes involved and the heart flutters voc paIpitlt TMe isoffledick4krsThecwre of Ue Tstwnach aad vtgam of di estidh and nutri tooe which can equal DrPkrces Golden Medical Discovery fIt- 1he1sibttoma h riches the blood dogSCd ishes the nerves rand o4rosfaesnnd term the radiant beauty of health n Golden Medical Discovery contains no nlcoliol lt aril is absolutely free from pplunij cocateennd other narcotics Coillngswotthtoor right vMn with indigestion sad lircroom plaint anil received riorcbeneCt from the we of Dr PierccV Golden Medical Discovery and Pleasant Felicia than Any medicine I have sver tried Dr Fiercej Pellets cure conStipttioaV Offer Made 6ovv Bradley On the very day of his arrival in Louisville to become a bona tide citizen of the city exGov O Bradley fands himself con Drooledk with another tempting prospect Dwight L Harrison of Columbus Insurance Com missioner df the SUite of Ohio is organizing a milliondollar trust comDany and he has offered Kentucky former chief ex ecutive the Presidency of the concern It is said that IpcaJca Hal is being ihter jest il in the proposed corpor ation and that its offices and Mad irlets will be located hereIGoy Bradley when qu stoned regarding sthe offer said the matter hid been broached to imIbutthat He would give no definite answer until he learned whenever the new true company proposed fo locate its offices In the meantime he is busily engaged in fitting up new law offices which leads to the belief that he will stick to his first in tention of practicing at the Louisville bar He arrived here last eyoning from his late home in Lancaster where he was given a farewell banquet on his departure He was accompanied by Mr John Baston a young attorney of Lexington ird the son of a promneut merchant there who will be as oCMftedtwith him here This morning ex Gov Bradley nnd Mr Baston are busily en gaged in purchasing office furniture and carpets They will be located in a suit on tber fourth floor of the Kentucky Title Building occupying rooms 401 and 405 Mr Harrison who is forming the new trust company is a well known pblitican and businessman of OhioVost- Walkers x Tonic is the link thatpick up the vital force of man in his run down state and binds him to health and v strength by recuperating the tBrafn tegulating the action of the Heart and nourishing the pervous Astern S5QO Wortli Free FREE HOME TREATMENT =Eczema ow Sores ana Xallgnaat Ulcers ScTcpWte Tarkose VJcersj Fistuk pesltlTely cared Also oil fiUndbcascs such as pimples on I epjanatingfroudise sesf can gorillvelybe cured With Banner miBs enpiade Soap We guarantee to cute OUIIQapa1011Boetitearveloas remedy afadcnintivc power of the nge Theactioa issUch ortoCllllsdmmeIdiatclm pravement and will to five weeks the worst cacc Ko Bother Should bfr without a cake of Banncrmaris Oennldde Soap Pot dtzeaxsof the pelvic region Which cause so many reflex effects of the brad stomach snd heart and in fact de whichItfcj JeaitoTJrihary organs Jhls soap has sever kaot a lo fall ft will cure Par baby rash and red skin it baa no equal and makes the skin coft and white preventing rash in the jsuzncaer time We jive all instrndions with our free trial treatment aca furuUli enough soap free to denmwtrate to you beyond all question that you can becurcd Toucan treat yourself in the prlvacvW your own home wjthoat the nn noyanceol visfting tbe doctor and the knowl cdgtpfyojrnelglroorsond friends Here is one of a few of the thousands of tea timotiLib we are receiving every Say fir William Bannerman 1 have been troubled with eczema for th f pat three years ITiave tried everything but coald gt no relief IwasTecomrnetidedtoufc eecntrelyit tbnnyoncttoubled vith eczema Very truly youtt lItA WlnSeW ScoIt Coactl1rrTcetddlseatCSlaillngto cure the worst teats of piles In frees fix to eight appHcationo We aba furnish a free trial treatment of this wonderful remedy sad when fell treatment la taken we have sraer known it to WHITS TODAY I yes w4M to get well quickly write to the Banmrtaaa iMtitute to Clark St ChIC Seat tea costa in stamps for post 5fe 2d will send you frccf1iKEiIlJ eeat rth from our lbo11tpry W- cethig for the trial treatmrsst a- aIb 9 5d that see are r3mrouJtJ1hoB C Wwetlifr erit cl and wWtey the peicewe cbargeforc- ddutit tiepteat tV1ill urcount to nothing towhat You will celem return A aU 1QI arrrneOWiIt cbI1 IFACrS XflOtt OtLSj CAUSE XDFTKE ORIGIN CFTHE WAX oiCHlNAVABIE1f ES rThe Were Trt C cd to Shaw 0 Meeta at Cemlir Drcnsrm and In the Sevtfmteeaib Ccnturr Were What Faakign Per Alc tolla 1ieortgtaof t1ieworddcI1 tscarl ns CweturlcH ago when taints names- werovsue1s in vogue for children St DordtktAwaathcinofit poplilnr anU- laerUtaefthe best and Iueklecttlmn could be fglv n to rt little Itl TIlt nlckuiimo vPtts Dolly or Boll and from Lghlng bablest the iilccnaiiie It was an easy step to pass It op to the little Images at which the babied were tfe food Tbennrwd dollls ppt found In com ia use Ja our language until the cjRbr thc eIgheiQth century and s4 iRaocanbedlscoTerod first np- p i I8 TJeQeritlemansMagazIne for Qpte Z175i In the following tS pmf dolls xvlUi different idresses made In St James street have beet Bcut to the cznrlun to show the manner otttrsslngnt present in fashion dmong Engllih ladles Previous to this the wor3 used to describe the favorIte plaything of all girls all countries and Iti jail ages was b brwhlch Is to b0 found together with Jpoppct or puppet In this eHseJtathe wbrks of most of the earlier writers donolgtoatrolIn tury Thjere were no fashion papers as nowand Inorder to show Vhrtt being worn on the continent dolls twasj beautffully and expensively Endsent to the various c1rsscc1I trios and from ilseazn dell orders were taken The dolls to tOW off their moreIPrecIOt1Schlta and evtn Ivory ones were made Thurlngla Is the laud where most dolls are bornpuppetlaid as lit Is call ed on this account About 200 years ago inostdftlse dolls Vwere made In Flanders and they were called not dolls but Flffmlers babies There used to be an old English cofupfet Which ran thus The chlldr n Holland take pleasure in making wit thf children of England take plearjw to breaking At One European doll factory of the present day 00000 dolls are produced annually some tOO men tomen and children help employed To make one talking ll requires the Joint labor of JMjmen Dolls eyes are nuidin un Hcrgrouhd rooms Into which the sun light rarely peeps and violet orbs are the most difficult to color There U one town Iu Germany where three fourths of all the dolls eyes In the world are malle Only In the cage of them expensive dolls Is real human mile uspI In n doll factory are wood carvers hecflmabers leg anti Rim ranker eye makers portrait artKtB hairdressers dolls wcrs and doll stuffers also a sniall army of fashlooable dressmakers and milliners The Hindoo child tIs probably tbh only dolllens child In the world The little Egyptians have their wooden tfsbabH the same In style as 4000 years ago These wtjro Bometimes made of porcelain When k cblkl died nfl dolls were burled with It In the ex pectation that their spiritforms w uld tiseana do service In another world The paradise of c1011Bls Japan where they are most elaborately and gor geously attired affairs So are the dolls of Kioto gcnrobu as they are call ed They are often valuable wood carvings enameled in colgrg br Btatu eltes or great attlStlc merit One of the most Interesting collec tldns of dolls In this country Is that belonging to tlje Bureau of ethnology Washington They arp dolls of the ItJni Indldus of Arizona and arc mode froiii ihe roots ocVBlibterranean branches of the cbltdfaweed tree whittled put with knives Jheyare decorated bright red yellow green nOd represent the gods of the trIbethegod of Ihe snow the god Unit eats up the rainclDiuls the fire god the sun god and the corn goddess The Unr children play with these dolls as other children do Any one who goes Into a Unl habitation Is certain to Bee a row of these dolls suspended from the ceilIng When npt In use they are biihgnp until wanted La Infantlla is a doll with a history It Is made of clay and iii considered by Its owner a Mexican lady and by hosts of other persons to be a worker of miracles and quantities of cpstly gifts are constantly offered to It A room In the house of Its owner Is set aside for its exclusive use Here Itre lines In a canbpy bed of solid silver It has beautiful dresses and rjch jew elry valued at thousands of dollars Among Its latest gifts lsD magnificent piano which Is played upon by those wbbvrsltfbe floll A part of the sery Ice of adoration New York Sun A REBlfKE TO THE PARVENU Not long ago the present king of Great Britain and Ins consort were entertaining in their usual charna ing mttnndr a largo umber of guests at Sandriugham relates a London correspondent Among thorn was a certain millionaire whoso ways anti manners were tar front agreeable to Ids royal host One evening afte dinner ect manf of millions minusi manners was talking very slowly abdut Its re cently Hirchased statesand alt that le palaceYourpay mo a v sitt he driwid in a somewhat il nryrtlrto ho prince I can promise you some grand shooting And tiassure you that my tvint la liTrnllnnt dlyatJuspolitely ThanK you rrJf for Our invitation I ant afraidlnoL You say that your shooting ii grand and your wine cxcecnt Well with your 9rmisiol1Imight soma day send one of my keepers dOwn lor mybutlcrsforholiday for the tLl ajrn sure and I know tncy wouid oath appreciate your gothI thin jiraeusrirst Actor Itvag a cwi e rJl QrJ lieJkfagtereeklwtTiigljt 3g 2 Secpnd ActdrHow astkat You kziowwba a badege r otfl ian ot tfYes ZehLbe wathc- ksbadBroodYhL1fej anol1ter I I LION COFFEEA LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OP ALL iraori our next arvertlsement T 66A 6wrtchYouwant LION COFFEE because It is LION COFFEE 1tb1iilypolishedwith tc T- t L 1If LION were common orainary stuff coffee drinkers wotildnt insitt on iingit It is liciprt in millions if homes be itauseit is the IJ ctfee the w1 for the price If you doubt this take a single jlackagehom and try it tJ1lst In every bre 91 LiON COFFET Twr wffl JiM fully fflutrate and criptfr 4helitgocncwk1ewhichcUt4toti aionr II 4 wkhthey may 1ZYC67 acaledackagcsI WOOLSON SPiCE CaTOUBDOOWO fimeruouu Last Lpetnre n 111suEcccntrlelUe of Geeim Major Posit tells the jihdiIe st ryof- Ralph Waldo Kmerson4 last lecture Jd il Trcd In the Old oyth church la JtonfQribe fund to s4ve that build ingfrom demolition As he began reading tils lecture the audience wee very atteutlye After a few znoments1lost blsjpiace and hIs granddaughter sitting t the frodt row of sents gently stepped towaid him and reminded him that he was lectur lug He saw atoueethtthewaswan dering and with the n ost charming characteristic apologetli bow Ihe ro cumed bfs place an lnd4ent that seined tb affect the nudleace more than anything else that couidj possibly have occurred A few moments later he took a piece of manuscript In his hand and turning around with laid It on a side table Jut then ire of the audi ence said to me I think it was Yen LIveruiore or Mr Howe Please iiavc the audience pass right nit and rush ing up to Mr Eniorsori salij lliank you so much for that delightful lee tune then tnrntag aroi nd waved the audience to ko out He probably had een speaking about 15 minutes The audience pass ed out many of them in tears It was one of tho most pathetic eights I ever wftnesed lIb Exact Wbrd interviewer Aldermr n Swclhedj I nave come to get your views on the proposed change in the curriculum of the grammar school Alderman Swelbe Curricnhiml Whats that Im ag ln IVwbatevor It Aldernfan SwelheS leading the ro port of the interviewer next morning Our distinguished osman Mr M f Swelhed wjis found tt his charming borne surrounded by jundant Indica tlon of ripe scbolarstip and sturdy cqnlinon sense In reply to our report ers question be said T do not desire to force my opin ions upon the public but tblsIwl11 say that I bavegisen to this question long and studious attention incidental ly examining into the curricula of math lutions of learning bol bot home and abroad and although find in the ex isting course of study Dtn few mat tern for eond upon the whole I should ad vise anyradtc mlUiuonfStl1l I have further time the sub ject By George that felers got my exact language word foij word And he didnt take no note ne1t erlDy George what a menory that ielhxr must bavclT1tBItsj P Boor be elIulP Vere Thats Mis Winter lofB- Ij but awfully boorishgirl tPonsonby How do you knotf r1- Dt fVererI propog to her the oth tday and she said that though she ilk 4 dogs she didnt care for puppies rickMeUp TAlk II Catarrh has become such a common disease that a person entirely free from this disgusting complaint Ik seldom met with It U customary t6 peak of Catarrh coldlathroat It is in fact a mpUcatedand very dangerons disesae if not at first it very soon becomes so bythethe general circulation is carried to all systenlSalves arays are unsatis factoryandtthsappointlngbeeausetheydo not reach the sent of the trouble S S S doesn cleanses the bjood of ftile poison and eliminates froth thfesystem all catar- rhal secretions and thus ctfrei thoroughly and permanently the worst cases jir T hIs lenditwf drygood met chant of SpartoobiirB L write a For ytmti IO u nasal Catarrh with all the disagreeable effects Which belong to that disease and which make 111cllaiulldand- nCl 41mble I used byjeadiugajxested by iinmbers of friends but without getting any better I then besn to take S S 8 It the t andcue4 me aitevaniug elgurren nlymedJtlaeof Calarh is tlje only purely veg purifierkkIlO fu and the great r est jof nil blood medi cineis and tonics Ifou have Catarrh dont wait until it becomes decpsealcd aid chronic but be gin Bt pnce the use ot as S and send for our book ou filoodjand SAtin Disease aboutyiweiSI eJj t j lIealthv others kcMsfetheirdilHtse a1ctyetchiIdWrtIiaM Ik1twHhWJMeveryMethrcVttyWomas PlY the btof penond health she ewer her lewd ones Doyesi waRt reHttlWth withal Its privileges sad Fea5re3 Wise of Card jive i- tT CAEDi1 rtnrhtM the fcmkorgw sad invij IyftIMIci Medicine made Ask yasir vIet for SIW bottle Wine eI CaMaadtakci- iMuereimdtaay drcMs Kn Bhrfa CM rmerN I Camlna Tint CaJIw hardy iswa ntstn lutflrrwLbaa a y4twIsialisiIeed Jnh1d nue on a I M nik ios MViiwdunv dh5aeIervttthiatesca abshldwaU Mist boun tab ptu line dma tth i is inybuh1thkGo4 weoLas For series la naulrIne1McW Unm it5ni trmptodliTrbc i AMiory Dtp a C5I ntes Blood Troubles Blood fohoji Cancer Eeima TEtr ToU Jothiij to TRY I Old obsUaatc dcereatcd cases perouut1 ently by takidg Botanto Bfood BalmRB 811 your blood fs tainted prodnclDR ofl enalyo eruptions itching bones and joint ulccro falling halt mucous patches sore mqiith scabs and scales preslstant pimples eating sores swelling sore lips dry sore dull aching latticing shooting pains then you haFJood poison ottho beginning t nt experiment bitt Wrtae Weoa tiW r 3lF5Mrnant espcIailybIoot those named aboro and itchn acaby ccxnia canoqitilood costsbut StImedical advice given Medicine and frpe medical advice sent ot once prepaid bb yeahIafter doctors and patent medicines hal gVlslifemac lug It pure nUll rich V Vie of Gold on kiIThe popularity of gold does noteeexn to Onfined to the costtirne It has returned to oil Its olden prominence in tableware and furniture and In tbofctr- nice Is used more largely than ever be toreIu the new Importations It alpeaijs everywhere The pinin band jdf gold Is no longer so highly regarded and the preferred style Is the comblna tlon of gold with rlcbt new colorings isttrenchblue canary and crushed rupberry with Ivory often as aground says the New York Tribune One of Tie latest decorative designs In fine LImoN Is the Iris lIn natural shading especially the purple yarleity The long slender leaves and the flttw Ing curves of the blossom lend them tees with peculiar ease To china dee oratteD In many cases these are out lined by narrow penclllngs of gold or are Imposed upon a gold ground Some charming small dishes such as bonbon and olive trays arc of white china lined with gold and make jcx treniojy pretty bits of table deecini tkfn Larger piece In plain white rInd gold are useful to substitute for a dish broken when the set cannot be match ed They always lootf well and Har monize with anything in tableware The gold used Is no longer tho bright finish but the dull except when cnn blncd with Colors as in that case the color deadens tile gold Even to cut glass does the gold crhze extend some Or the newest having the edges of the facels defined In gold A Jiotclty In this direction is the LQId altJ decorated IJawb giasa with saitcer t If you rMint to buy a lion whelp you wo ldnt accept a kitten as a substitute even if thfli dealerturges you j Now dont accent a tnbett tutefor j LION1CDFFEE P 1Ii3s bound to turn outa com t yellow cat with none of IIIPafrPio4li f4iin 1i ICOFFEE t I a It rc aCeaEIIIA cough is not a disease but a symptom Consumption and bron and fataldiszases have for their first indication a persistent cough ano if properly treated as soon as this cough appears afe Easily cured Chamber lains Cough Remedy has proven wonderfully sucCessful and gained ts wide repUtation and extensive sale by its success in curing the disease which cause coughing If it is not beneficial it wiltJ itidt cost you a cent For sale byHayato Robertson TliOToy Graphophonc IA Grapbophone that children can slay with and enjoy has been placed on the market Bottling cah bring greaterbpplne to a child Itt the most Wbndcrfal and fascinating toy ever invented It repeats Mother Goose rhymes and nardery tales sings the songs on ctiitibod and plays martial music for the boys la operation it Is as Blmrjle as the turning of a wheel There Is no mechanism to get out of order no springs to wind tfolevers to work Un keothcrtypes of GrapbopKbuei the Toy uses a flat disk recdW These records come in sets ot fie each one set being furnished with each machine Other seta containing differ ent selections can be easily obtafeed The Toy Graphophohe giveanoidea of the beauty andvolaaepf lepro ductiouB of 3rapbdpboH08 that use cylinders insteadof disks Bat it servos adnitrably as a toy to amttee and instrnct children Send iae to the Columbia Phonograph Co 88 Wabash Ave Chicago and the Toy Grapbopbone will be sent yon xpreuage prepaid If your eyes feel like sand were under the lashes if they burn and your sight is indistinct Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve will make them at right It Its cured thousands of cases cf sore eyes and grahulattd lids of on foiiAfr ma new pottery shows tbe same decoration more extensively than ere before Jardinieres toilet Iris umbrella stands all show the gold In one form or another Some handsdMfe toilet sets nave decalpomania pictures Inclosed In tJeslgna worked out In gold nil cOl rsrJtG1o saIJ Ckae Ton know I ted Just like a ccrantcr felt bill observed a young man to a friend with whom he was walking stopping In front of a barroom Why queried his partner I cannot pass the other explained waVIng his band toward the entrance of the place Ob remarked his friend dont iit that fecllnff worry you You know rm somewhat accustomed to shoving tho quoer And he took the mart with a thirst by the arm and carried him on dowa the Btreet Meffl hla Scimitar iiShe Knew- A clergyman while catechlslagr ble Sunday school bad occasion to ask the clilMrea the meaalng ettbe word IelaswIth tbb greatest ot coaf deact aa Bwered MAn epistle hi the wIle at M- eN w York Bun FrecmlUrltles f X Rays There are zany curieus thiags ajboat X rays which seesa to pazrfe even the scientists Signor Brifvltl who hae becnmaklng experiments wjthtbeM- itflfe says that the TistWIftJr l a mbt- hnea to the eye no criterion of its Visibility to the S rays Th nys can not vee through glass which Is Iran parent tc the eye whereas alnnlalftii which I opaque to the eye Is trnBpAr cut toHbe X rays The rays can ipUNter ot glass In the hand but not a spljuter of woo Most inks are trans par nt lolho toys Including printers Ink but some oHbem are opaque TlIt Jays amaeethraqgh postlcc direct ory but If n Uper With Words Wrkte on It be put in the middle of the direct ory the rays WIll reveal these werds und nothing behind them 9 Jj ArebltfeeibraL 9 am dltnppofateaJn 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