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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ifco xiA ER aOM fi SOB H IE on the fourth Moa ComJnonVreaUb Attorney a KTY JOUT ita wU an 1i l to tf nimiry Apr CHURCH DIRECTORY BAPTIST ttta on tred METHODIPt OfiURCH fjia Ttrt andThlta Sund j i Klfe L 4 UrSetvlfees every tii ta 9r JUr rHennesyir tort Senrtcei T ry ki8tlUj gmatehouf fctji H F tldydipastoir feerv5ce Avatoy ih nonlb at tfie Hatiiio kt- wrctu s ledge IJo 50 ewc JjaMC Aprgfield W Wififi fe O chapte Vwrj fkM JCandav Bri 4 QoamcU Kb 53 meeU i ry Mtiiay y JCsiiCitM Meet every eoond iLAtffc TBTtR JI 34 t O It M teet every W aaesd y night tu wi McWroT Hall fc JtridH TIMS tABLBJ JLYKS Mr May s wfeo fcs chair man or the Demecratic County om ttittea coidtkctei the ri cent eampai in asiiingtnn cp Jnty wnfch resultpd in tfe biggesf Yicipry f6t tha Dempcravs l jofet in t e history of tbe jco ioty Is bing uoqgratalated for his In Wbrki Mr Maypp ls i lso fortunate itt hayiuggood li uten t nts jri such nnstlers as Bob Nbe Tnoitas A Medley RH WlriUi can Luther Baro aod bjib rs we might mention and W o have a knack of pulling political wires and who love th4 worlfy Mr Waves m his windjdacy for County Attorney received aext Hl he lafffe t yote f any jan didae MrrByron Cronke who had an opponent in the raci for Sheriff receiving five mp re ote than he V NCEBTA1N II Obtt Will Ob Jt serve icloRely as each sue Get ding election rbl Is around he will find ninre con vinciDg proof ttf t e declaration often nade tat nothing is morennce tiin than an ulecfion He will fur b r discover tpp that pridic lions S3 to the r suKare worth less For ex pie there was tndcb and persistent talk bdfotft the recent plection of the great disaffection among Democn ts3in certain districts of tbe aunty oyer oqe pf the tickets u the field for a county office an the prediction WHS frely madt that therf wonjd b reat fajlit g off ia the vote forfaat p ce if pbt a defnat butwsbien tne resntt s announced1 the disttuToctioo e eens to have been a inyth for he DetBOcratiCj vpte for tbit pS4e heads the list vAMBLATVSThe garnb law wJU be out tomorrowlandl1 tie oren season for shobtng 4ils begtnsi There httve beeb Dumeroas complaTots recen Jy of violations of the game lav by h an l qrs w fab havfl ibeenvsln igbt erii g birds rngardtess o tbe latf and we linderit trd ihi t ihe grand jury itentfbTtt kas ailed to several insi attcejBktbu t Vit b what result Is not vet ki own We are in tavt f of jhe severest penalty of the jaw beiptfjserved butfto tbe fellow wbo will wap tunjy violate a law wbich U made for tha proteciiqp of the ame ottbe county and which is teally of benefit to tbe true spqrisman It febould be a duty I of every good citizen to keep a libsoot Jor such lawbreaker I andbavj them proseputed 4 great niany birds have bqetl billed ibis vear so it fa said by negroes and oihsrs who go bunt insf noder the pretext of buptinx rabbitsV Toey of course ill rabbits bnl also slaajehter as many qa il as tjbnie fn their range A law should ibe passe4 to urohtbit rabbit hunting also except in the open season j tlten every fellpw ca g t ojp wit j gon dut qf BBaflon tan te baidsto Itive a bttict account bf himself Thete are a good many birds in Waahlpfton jco nty more t4t sesbq tba nsnal but they pfaj be protected bejl ijan teased the Ctoera House od bowlingalley for tbe H6Ujnr jjr i d altar iTanuary r t wilt Mlve hfs pelsonal ajiten tton lojthe iaan s mebi Jf the jb sfftff p Campbell ititpntton tu securj liumb4r of it t i jbfMjfi Is ItrfcfaUBed mmm wsfljuf pfcWi of1 ifS4i 4 mmmoIJVf ilF P W i the teacJHKf Qft in to rti Batwrday cannoV 6virirw tnelr bM id daughters n ober 0olv twenty p r dent Was paid agii t iB iEyenty Aatbn last Saturday was not paid this aakes forty per cent pf tbfe teachers wages past due The Stfete authorities say that the State Baardof BqQaiation wss latein performing its duties and the SbertfTs are alow iniaktng their isettiements The teachers in tBe pjablic schbbls certainly arn tbeir money an d usually need it when due yet tnejf are freo oeiiUy cipmpelled io boVrow m ney and pay the vinteest thereon because some of the officiafs are slow TSifiNEb antam John Benry Joff Moore has teh f dei ed his resignation as Chief of the SprinjjfleldPtre Depaiptment It is with feelings of sincere re gret that this announcement is made and we have no douWthatl a like sentiment will be express ed by a malority of therahabt tapts of tbu towyj to wboqf Cap tainMooreVs powers and1 ability as a firetjbief is known Good fireman aretnot made and we be Teivo that in this case Capt John Henry Jeff as a fireman was like tiie poetrborii such not made Since the early days of the Tbucfret brigade bis figure has been familiar one at every fire i a d f4st indeeJ as the flame tiat gained any headway before John Henry bad arrived OD tbej scene and had collared it 1 And with the coming of thenew Vater works system the fire by l d ranis and hose reels Capt d Moore was tbe character for the pccasipn Be was strictly the jmanjwitb the hoe The bigpest cheit pT the bipgpst Metropolitan j tire department in the country exhibited no more pride in his pnsttipn t ao did John Henry as the man at the coizle of the four inch jMhoeof the Springfield FiieDepartment Tneeautfe of I the fefispattoHatriey say is a cpisunderstandirg about salarv or coinpensttion Tno town trustee probably labored under the impression that be Jarge amount of glory attached to the oflice of fire cbeif should be sufficieTJtco npensaton and wnile 1 apt Moore appreciated the glorv and honor fuljy no doubt yet he thinksvthe pusitinn should t be 4fgn1fied itn a salary at tachment Aqd e beleive hes right We are in favor of Capt jjphn enry reff Long may he livei BRAIN FOdb NONSjBNSB Another ridicqloMs rfgod fa d I comperatit authorities They have if spelled tbe silly notion that one kind of food i a needed fpr brain another for muclep and still another for bones A correct diet will not 0nly nour ish a p irticuiar part of the body but it will sustain every other i part Yet however good your Cood may be ts nutriment Is destroyed by indigestion or dys j pepsla You must prepare fpr their appearance or pi event ibeir pojonng by taj lpe regular doses0f 6refin8Augusti Plover tbe fauprite medicine of the healthy railirbns A few poises aids Moh stimulates the iiyento nealthy acion purifies the blood and makes you fee bMo1 Wl SrS oa fcali m iwalrlhercorii of uniorf i folkming property of Senator W H Ctm wifci ft correct WpMlil iadteaW that ic k probably 9 tht world it ha pnif Bp i t the Average ti i rilMiiSiggiKJTI5UiwEiJMi4i w P rr Thia TiiwuT clading exploratidnis anj dla ntODd drilling below the present workings shows an immense vre cTiimney 400 liy 600 ffet across hat has been explored by shafts tunnels and drill holes to a depth JUst how it will be possible to work thiS mine down before the heat limit is reached is bard to say but a ret bnab estimate would be 3 000 An esiimate by one ojtthe beat engineers in this country shows that themioe to be of the depth of 1410 feet contains 836000 oQO oobus feet of ore and estimating 11 cabio feet to the ton thero ate practically 23000900 tons in sight If we carry these a little fur her on the present fbui values of the United Verde we have the average y aide of the oreeqnal ing 2500000 The present owner of the property has re fused 1200000000 for the mine Adorpb Bluner Grand Muond la wrltea bare used Foleya Honey Tar In my family and think his the best cough cure on he market I woald not be without it In my nouse aa there is nohln8 10 good fox a ccragh or cold Wood WImsatt Very few could believe in look In at A T Hoadley a healthy robust blacksmjtbof Tilden 111 tba for ten years be sujffered such tortures from Rbemnaliam as few conld ondnre and live Bui a wonderful chdhRe followeu his taking Electric Bitters Two bottles whooly cured me he writes end 1 baAe not felt twinge in oyer a ear hey regulate the bowels purify ahe blood1 and cure Rheumatism Neuralgia Narvousnesa im pjove digestion and gve perfect Deal h Tryr hem bnly 50 cents av Ha don b Robertsons di ug store fieymora WebbMoiraNi wrltet have beentronbied wljh my kid neya for twenty five yeare and had tried oeveraJ physiclanB bat recejyed no relief until I bought a bottle of Fbleiys Kidney Care After aselng tao bottles I was absolatly cored earneafly recommend Foleys Kidney Care Take only Foleya Wood A Mlmsatt ho Youtks Compmion In 1902 TP coDdeose m a paragraph the aubpunuement of the Youths f Companion for 1392 is not easy j Not only will nearly two bun dred stotywriters cpntrioute to toe paper but many of the most eminent of Jiving atatesmeo jurists men of science and of letters scholars fauors soldiers and travellers including three members pf tt 9 Presidents Cabinet In a delightful series of nrtl tiles on military and naval topici tbe Secretary of ihe Navy wfil tell How Jack Lives Julian U Ralph the famous war corres ppndent will describe How MHO Peel In Battle andfflin ton Spanner C jurchill M P whose daring escape frooJ a Boer prison pen is well remem bered will describe some expert ces On the Plank of tbe Array And this is but a beginning of he lone list A Complete an nnuppement will be sent to qny address free The publishers announoa 4ftat very new sabt scriber whjQeent l75 for the u 1902 volume tnqw will tfeceiye all ttie issues fpr the remamlpg weeks of 1901 frva from the time subscriptfoo aKd Ttip Compan ion Calendar for 1902all inlsd fdit ontp t e ffly two issues of rhe Ub4pftton for 1902 O H 4 4d Mai4 O jfenjnteer L E Wi K Hi write j I have beea iroubted a icreat d al with baokaofee WM isdoUed id try oteya xQwy Oawaa4o J Ktl relelre BM I lladljf recqrB d Ht ytrleBda wpaoltlly vntbar Uw train mea who WMUyBunllarialShstad Wood Official Yote ofc iishugw Gona Itoriiir ldKd 10 L Kell ppp o 11 L BrMh urbrtSfp 12ww 4i ti M ttraleBrn8brqrove Rdliooreavile O ttBuslJ i280 John Gdrdon 76 Qprdbii majority 1 For bbii Btable Moore 352 COolter3SO Coultesa niajority2 Willlsburgrandir6rtb For MaglgtrAWB AJJHaya 35 B KInbail 3M Jim Steele Klkiballa majority fl SpringflBld Kb 9 and FrederlQksso wn POP tfygiifote Jltu U Modd 867 For OoH tiblefiarhesf Watben 398 iSprlngfieldiNo 10 and Kelly Shb FoifMagtttrate Jtir faiim9Slt For Constable W T Coraetock 8 2 Close Call V The JUT in the caseof Ejijah Haaal charged with the murder of Wm Hill Superintendanjf of the Ifcisou county pbprhpU4e failed to reach a verdict and Were Discharged Monday aUernbon Some difficulty was expenenced in securing a jury but it ws4 fi nally impaneled Saturday and and tha case proceeded td trial A number of witnesses wera ex amined and the balkof the tes timony tended to show that tbe killing was unjustifiable Laboring under tremendous disadvantages the attorneys for the defense f r Eii H Brown andUapt John D Wicklifte bandied the case with admirable skill and the speech of Mm avery able effort CJounty At torney Halstead Prosacatoc I J Wood and Mr Geb P Cam belt represented th Cqmmon wealth and did tbef duty in a most credible manner Tbe case was given to the ijuryi pn Monday and from tha firet itj WBH hopelessly buog five being fpr life imprisoBmum and seven for thedeatb penalty This w as somewhat of a surprlfie td tbe public as it fully expected aiver dJct of capital punishment The details of the pobrhonse tragedy are still tso fresb in tbe minds x f the people that iti un uecessary to recapitulate the facts in full here One evening last summer Mrs Hill audHazol became involved in a quarrel Superintendaot Hill sought an explanation of Hazet as toi hU conduct and was shot and in etantl killed IVwas witbsomlB difficulty that Huzel wa kept from mob violence and lodged in Jail here If All reports ate true ihbprlspner isrd very bad nian although he is exceedingly ifrail both physically atd mtntaUy Standard Nadera AHrfttry 8ur aa ih- IWhtlai snfferlug from a bad case of pilea I corixblted a physician who ad viiednjeto try a box of DeWitta Witcti Hazel SatAeM aaya G F Qartef Atlajt iGa JDeWiUa Witch tiazel Save jaa splendid cdre for piles glvr Lajfrei if Ia tantly and Ihear ilyr commend lit to aUsafferewr westt unheeeaarjr to curd pllea DeWUts Witch Hazel a1Ve will cura any e Cuts burns and all other wotudi ar also cjuloWy red by it Beware S couuterfeiU Hajtjon Robert oi v SWp OQtif hidk ns it rritatiinx IdUgS anS iglyea them no pbanjc i heal Foley s Honej and t 4 caer without causing a atrala ia tHrbwing of the phlegm 1ke common Jjuoajb expeotoran Wood TVfaiBat4 i JJW U SfclTleyol BaieivUM O ep abiog of Banner Salve MTIM Mt foijplies and it hagdo e e ore good than any other wlTel ever nsedandlliave naeditan klWa Wood Wimwtt Burglar in Marlon Qnq night it st wealc ner aridnighr an unknown person se cretly eqterfid the residenbe of Mrs Oarter of New MftrWt Mri Garter nod her daagbitri Miss Ela oddupied an pari naent owns alr and hBr son Luther asd un 0mplofc slspt up stairs Tb Ui4pa wr tfiterwl from thai re rj lire Jariar ha rd nii w aa tit OMM tbf porch ioor Ui tttoajckt Bpjrhiu t of U AlittTpUtirshf t fard a nuiss fttj the Oiniug room do r Sfhe enawoke faerr danabterV Miss JBila Failing ta get in the dinirjg rpom door the man wen through the back ball and madd his way to the kitehenl Mr Luthec Csrter also Heard tile noise and came do wri Stairs got hs pistol and went abdat to iq v stigate the cause When he reached the kitchen his etes fell on the figure of a man who imr nrediatlv jumped through a win dow Mr Carter fired at him but the man kept on moving and it ia Very unlikely ho was burt It is thought the intrudf was nunting for something to eat as bis unKelcbme visii wascpufined to that portion of the blouse where the eating supplies ptthe family Were kept Ir the future Mrs Oarter will see before sUe retirpsninrthe evening thaWlftjf the do ra about tha prejiuciesA 3Rcnrely locked Lebanon En terprise S WOMEN AND JEWELS Jewels candy flowers man that is the order of a woman s preferences Jewels form magqet of mjghty power to the Average woman Even the gaeatestof all jewels hdalth ia often rained in tn strennous eff orts to make pr save money ti purchase them If a woman will risk her health to get the covetJ ad gems then tet her fottity her self against the insiduous conr sequences of colds qoughs and bronchial affection by the reg ularuseof Dr Boschees German Syrup It will proorptly arrest consumption in its early stages and oeal the affected iungs and paonchiat tuns rnd drive the dread ciseae from the system Itlsnpt a cuteall but it is ft certain cure for coughs cod Is and all bronchial trpnbles You can get Dr G G ir ns spe qial Ieqiidits at iiavdun Robertson Get Greens Special Altnanac To RcacK ihf Norfli Pole Tbe most curious method of reaching tho north pplef eyer proposed is b tunnel pbincij ged byUapV Lo is Launette formerly of the i renca navy Qapf Launetts idea is that by building a tunnel of closely ce mented ice tjjoeks and lighiitg it with electricity he would estibr iish a route o the pple perfectly protected from the m nts and available for travel at alt timp Szith basts pfsupp leg at infr CM M a terrible col a cable liarJijr breitbe I then trie A iChierry Pceral arid it cave cdte relief How will your coach ttheQ a cough then bron chjtii or pneumonii and at last consumption Coughs alway tend downwards Slep thiii downward teiidenbvb j AYJta CO Umcll vala an abuodance o dvgs fo ipn through is entir4 length tTe propose to rayelj overland says a London papajrj to spme pdinfr in Alaska wheii e vessel desj riatdd fdr arctic waters irotild S9l with the expedi ion U a pbint already selected by Capt Biunete a point asfar Dbrih us it is safe toDavigat THen during the tjhort sutomer tb expedition ivbnid bei reaiibfed over the border oftiiej region of perpetual ice wber4 Ibe maio base bfsuo plies bnrabe estaw lisbecl Than the rJc aB anl labourers yrbnid uap dk theiy tools and set to work at tha tun nel road to Ihe nbithj pblg It was to Jhve an ic floors ice walls and an fceroof 3EicbafleY Mr H Black the wql feaown blacksmith of Gnhanuvtc SHliljrn Co t X says Goc little ton fife years old hae always been stibject td croup and bad wc e ntaiitrOf ttieat tacks tha trc feared many times tbit he would die Wfcjbayj had tHe dqcldr and used many medioines bnt Cliam berlains Cough Retnedv nowxwr sole reliance Iticemrf todjs o1ye he topgbmucua apd byl giving freqaent dosss when thd croupvjymptoraa aj pear we have found thaj thc dreaded dangtr ia itaking ifala remed for it contains opium be otqerinjuriona drag Slid may be given as confidcntlg to a babe as en adult For sale by Haydo n Rdbertson writessjifeave nave uaed Poley s Honey and Jar for hoarBBe and find Ij the beat ramedy I ever triad It stopped the coogb inamedla y and releived all eorenteafl Take none bntFoleyBf Wbjd4t WttBtit Six Years for Ernest tried jhisituorniop forJstrtkfng a white buy on the head with a cub ias sutiiraer This wasbne f the foulest deedth t h s been cdmmitted ia this couny for soma time With op proyo1 cation whatever the black fiend jsneaked Up BeHind the boy in the darfc and struck the unsuspect ing boy a blow ith a lieaVy clab and while the boy w S tiggeV ing Irtim the effects af t blow I Jne black brnte structc him a j second blow Tqsn vhle OB bond awaltmsrhjsi trial He clip pedfup to and ctit Bp Mufphjr Pn the arm Efe wdi iied for bi th offeases this morning tad WHS given tive yqirs forth iirst offene arid oiie V0 r fur ih second Record Weoffhr Onenantrred DollamRewanl fol aiiy Case of Cntaj rh tlint cHnot b ctiied by tfaUa CaUirrl C re F t G NkY kKtPAwrolledrt0W- fctthounder irH hvtf known F XCbdneytortlie tart 15V2 rs fA hf ToJedo O It if 1 wallvBBtil ahoofe If it i eqt Ikx OOB and fhll FskiHi tii shook pafcaji iaHbtt iF4nearer tf t w t aa4 will art always fa and bMackiUs grlf 1 aitack d wjtVfreii jilate ja jjjt and Wy Ho li couU4 iy l Whea she arrdtc tHe ext jborning Hcafrindiiorccroup i c maklnfe youcci like anew aa Ib majority of 2 0 wi tPlff fvoted to 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for the uIIe- crs tiiiIii tejuville has endcd 5htl s E Saop the man at ali prth defeat of the pub1icau Iaityit LUUi3ft1 riistaed ustlc time to bsavcd irpw1eng turnFd t Tu1ay it wa y llrav the Pi evident had appointed fc A Qfcft anil George Ijieterth Collectors of Internal Revenue in Lbuiville ndCov iagtpn respectively and the 1r3d1ey Cacuons and Yerkes 45 X pinbs factions have spi Bradley iis tbBa ea say at the A W b tl e House afea i is reported v lm Yerkes is to be remjuve d us a tonI Cdmfaitteemao arid Jrwjnoppbsed fti renotn1tia lon irCongress Vait is a moun 4airfcTnao jebently moved tof tyOuisyi Ir and fae was endorsed bv CongrsrnnVinpeiu Bore tift f 6m foe Brit arid iatrre veived tne endiretmilt of Mr BradJeyaDd Senaor Df boa lidST Pooket boor containing 0 Vm hrftes aqd papers Lost W dqe dary j between Sldmy G e hndpr1ogfiefd if A TJjQuipit j riviii ffom Oc i3pecUc Cotnwpondenv MrVItSILIelkvey sickat Ibis w itiaz Mis Mattie y Begle7 who is teaching near Tathatti Springs spant Saurdif and Sunday with iiort parents Masses ZilpihR e and S ilhe anl ey vrffevthjj guests of Miss AiVedueday We are Kind to ay that Mr- S eve I ioa Is jmproviog Mrs A Enompson after a J Iti i4ti IQ home h It 0rtriN4IofSm ie pes mt g1 it ihti Mis gats IAstweek cr Logdun rIurflcc Tfl Laudi Siuray Itrfevdaiij ti uj1amiiy- Mr Rcii raoo KtihIg last week 1 i I Iibies and children need prer kdrarely cvtrmctfi cit If they do not thrive their bod something is Vffe i They ieed a littlej help to get their digestive machinery working properly L or toE LIVER OILNYTNNWiW5P1TESOFLiWESODA TWIN generally correi th- IdiffkuHy ffy ovwifl put frorn oncjj fourth to hall a teaspoonful I lii babys bottle thrce or fcur times a day you wiH soon see I tliruM improvement For 1aw chiMrti Irorn half to i a ieaipooiifai according ip NOW s thefr mi1cwp 3 ke will vera scioiijHWiMi great nourish jog power it tnc nftocner s AiiNi IKMS Rt Hturiih the bb hi PI B ii yF wwiir aH effect a oHCm DpBp1 pvH Bminer 3oc25d s11ej4iv r uNIdi n Wm Xiad You Have Always Bought and which has been Jit uso for over SO years has Tiomo The slgnatrirQ of supervision All Couuterfelte Imitations and Justasgood aretufc Exp tIMetsthftttrIfle vrltk andcndanffejrtlie health of Imfat CWldrearExpetiehce against Experiment V hatis CAST RlAC- asi rkt IS a faormlcss sufcstltuto fot Castor Oil Pare gorii 1rops and Soothing 83Pi1tIS Xt i P1C It atains neither Opium Morphine nor other Ixnorcbao Bubstance Its age iJj its guarantee It destnoys TEVbrin and allays FoVcrishness It ctuics liatrhO3a and Wind Colic It rclieyos Teething Troubles cures Constlpatloa aria Flatulency It assimilates the JJood regulates the Stomach and iftowelst Irivhis healthy diiul natural sleep The Children i Panacea The s Friendr GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Sf Beari ithe Signature of The Kiud You llao Always Bough In Use por Ovec 3Q Years I MrEpuuYase was in Cor n hviJle Saturday and Sunday Mis Mrt1e Rohfnson who h c been yisitii IK Miss Ne lie and Ada McMitl t ha returned home fAr ICett t Rogers and Mrs T J Miller cf Villisburg aTlendtd church bee unday Mir anl MM J N Cull spent Sunday wiih tbr parents Mr aud Mrs b R Gbealham near VVillisburg MissEtla Adams visited friends and relatives fu soar ibwu tae dtsl o the week nndllghtdDB many of lifes rurdetis If yba hare ever heard the sweettoned Piano jon will appreciate this Tc reach the highest standard of excellence has always been tho aim In the manufac ture of the CelebratedSUser Piano Only tie best material la used Insuring gresU durability Every piano fully guaranteed ihotto er factories thoroughly equipped with the boat and most Improved mEJcbin cry Ioiated at Steger lU are amonjf th largest fnthe West Intending purchasci s will find it profit able toltrrlw fortnll descriptive catalogue which will be mailed tree upon appllca tiou STBOEB Qo Established 1879 Chi cago ao HorseTiiet Jailer P B Ohatbam sod Policeman K G Smtb of Ha rodsburg were 10 D laville P i day aftdTnqjn in pursuit of laorse tbie who IOOK a valuablp- tarness horse from thist3b b 01 B45Uuihterjf MerOir JTh tm f was loca ed nd followed to owe dUtki ce west of D nvillp- ivhere bfn h rd pressed he- ii mouuted and ma 9 jis ese pa et vjflg the borse to the tller Cie officers state that th y ire O2bi35 d the theif as William ray who AES released teqrut frer Prvirig a jrm io the pen tuiiar Danville Advccit ti nt IiC UriM n Brsudiog 18mi4s WmStlr rWton Panni srgis itko It BuckHns Arnica Stillgp thn holly cuti aho rii 3 rebn hislogi Not iin e4t cmld Pel nsU1e s EruF pns BuilsB irn o 8 1j Onl v25 Gu y Elavdon Loezsvn iruggists To days take Foley s Honey ant Tart pbeitjvly prevents pneumonia or jtue TierIoufl results from upjds li bitty be tco late to morrow 1Voodif Wizusiitt A Paper of Lrng Ago Capt LudMcfCayof ihoffic is the owner of a vauibte rtln of the purly diyIII bardstojpii He has a copy of ttie Rei oMt rv a rapefpublisbe f in Bardstowr in 1811 bv Wilimm Bhrd A jjbougb iho paper t as jeen printed pvr uin iy j tars ands e jpwwiili agM the letters nre ds tioct tTnH g nriral nub up of the paper s tdII1 letters are old stj It ana the teSfUUd iH the adVArtismeuts are quaintu dbsole e jThp wdveri m ts vtre frpmfcll pars of MI S a c and w 3 uHistly fur sr y s o tat had Ve r ta ken u p In tLe jeditiri column 14 i thinly wnt tell arHcle djpaiprovliig ihf ap Ipoft tiieut hv Ir sifleVt JamnF Madt 0a f f WashingtoDlrvinii av Mioi eittrO umsrk aud allow irgid jiitii wsalary Ajfarso long 5 he should ac asrMini teri TTiie writer calls on DetDtC at to beare that Fucb 7 Jffersniao Dmracy ichionREcolfk 4cRidncy Cuteguiihi Worn aikt Ud6et and bas iieeamadoitinaer ms per 8o al since its infancy Allow no one to deceive von in tlus jamd aDt Molher Bteper CORDIAL RECEPTION The nook Assent Got One That Wa nt Intended For Slim ThDre is a farmer living Just north of Eynnston anif a hook ag ut somef where In the cosmopolitan Chicago each of wboui feels that he Is uvlctim of n cruel oirciimstance Last week the farmer had a note from a nephew to say that Uie boy wpni visit the farm on TLursday Uncle and nephew had not mot for lit teen years and the old mm drote to the station In his most uncomfortable coat that he might welcome his sisturs cliild But the young than failed to arrive After waiting till the last pus bengcr had disappeared the old man drove a way disappointed The boot agent entered Into the dra- matis persona early the neXt morning Looking over ilie top rail of the barn yard gate he called Hello uncle The book agent never pot such a re tepUfin beforp In nil kits life TIn farm ter flung thejpite wide opensoized the agents hand and pressed a whiskered kiss on the Ironclad cheek Say this must he heaven mur mured the agent following the farmer Into the hOuse and explaining lust ev erybody at home was as well ns could be expected Not till the ngcnt was full of a boiled dinner and attempted to sell a book did the fanner begin to see a dim light Charged with imper sonating the missing nephew the agent explained that be greeted all elderly strangers ns uncle that he even had a few almost real oues In South Clark street in Chicago When last seen by the farmer the agent was still running and wlnvi the real nephew does come he may flnil au electric current In the lalchstrjng Chicago Tribune The Beat Man For the origin of the best man at a ldjng we must go back many ecu turies to days when it was the amia bleprnc lce of the budding brldrgrootri to dlspenae with the consent either of the lady or her father He sftnply waited for a suitable opportunity to capture her and make n bolt with his bride In this enterprise be found t helpful to have the eervlceu of a friend who would assist him in the capture and keep the pursuersat bay until he had got a sutfldently long start This friend was the prototype of the best tnauV of our own nnromantic day when his dutIes ate limited to seeing that Jtlie bridegroom doesnt leave the ring behind aim or leave the church wlrlyout faking his hat with him How taiep do change I3loil1 Fortlmnlrao Hunttil wMms strange to me to hear you IrriticlKu your wifes reflections ns bflIflUl1IS tfl rcw of 11w tact that I iiv tarller days pf your inarrkd life ou iKpofcr of your wifes Voice as the HT soul of music litiiut TluitK nil Ighf too but y6il xli V Jrifud fraiuUhe Italhin jUnguerlau school Richmond Die putch The Only One EllfflbIe- VPapafSo Hobby youre tile nresl atrof your ulrycle club Thats very ncel How did they happen to choose iu J llobby Well you see papa Im the only boy thats got bicycle TitBits A statistical Item of Interest to wo men is that tmliiy woUnu are two Inches taller on an nvinige than they were twentylive years ago Lnmpblack mixed with turpentine to n oonHlKtincv that wilt flow readily trim the brush tuukcs a goqd oarklng tag REVOLVER WOUNDS Hare Unuceromi For Many Itcnvono Than Those of the Rifle Uouudd lu civil life differ from thopo in military life in the greater after dun Tyruf iptj luvplvemeut Uevolver tftrtrldges ttre more liable than aLt rille eurtrIg sro have boijn iwudleO freiiently to have peeu carried if duty pqckila and to liave conic in eon tact with various forms of luffctiouy nnittHhiia that may prove of seriouv con equenc when burjtHliu the ilk SUM loieover revolr earttdgi arecqvpred witb a coating of grtasi nut thCs encounije au ucxtimiilntioc of manifold microbic material sonic oJ virulentlyln4etlous Rifle ibulletk are praetlcally alwajr Btorillzcd bv the Jnteuse lieat developed by thepowdec at the moment qf their througtthefurther serve to cleanse them of any extraneous material that may chance tohav accumulated ou their surfaces Tills cifeanslng process Is very effect itily begun oy tire rifling of the +lfle banrel through whjbb the lyillet forces Jt3ray All tbesa favorable factors are lack lug Iii jtbo case of the revolver bnliot 0h1nlt hocalhlo Vlpf to o v q such jybullet may carry Infectious material vrltlt it Into the tissues If tills were In smaM araonHt tiatur might cffe tuaUy wall It Bfrsnd uo e rlous coasecfwnces result Oif the otu er tend suctfitofeetioUs material mlgliii He seemingly doruwiaf jfer dnyn bij really slowly gathering strength by and 7werethey might paralyze protective chemoi taxis and produce Roptic condition New York Medkal News APH1RISMA The man who procrasflnatea strog gles wttb ruln An apt quotation Is good as an fgiIIpireumrklolmsou Progress Is the nativity pf today ntl the assurance of tomorrow Emerson Toie iiiln of ones rank or place laTh shoWihat one Is below It Stanislaus The desire at appearing clever often lireveuts one becoming so llocbefon cauld and iron the side of virtue for who ever dreads punishment suffers IC and whoever Reserves it dreads itColtoki The Yulnd that Is much elevated and Insolent with prosperity imd cast down by adversity lIs geueraliy abject and base Human tiature so constlfutefl that till see arid judge better In iffalrt j of Othecmen than in their own Terr ence iespltt ail refinement the llghtand habitual taking of Gods name In vain betrays a coarse and brutal wilL Chapln A loricc poveirLi Two old hunters wef swapping yarns and bad got to quail Why said one I reuie nber a year when quail were so fuiei that you could get eight or ten at ulsbot with a rifle The other ofie sighed Whats the mailer said the flrst- I was thlnklngof my quail hunts I had a title black horse that rode ev erywhere and onef day out hunting quail saw a big covey on a low branch oif a tree threw the brldI6 rein over the qnd jCfbe limb and took a shot Several bjrds fell nod the rest flew away Well sin there were so many quail on that liralr that when they flew off It sprang back into place and hanged my borselLos Angeles Tiiue i Turned hIS Tableau A lecturer was once descanting on the superiority of hature ojver art whcu an irreverent listener In the audience tired that old question at him How would you look sir without your wlgr Young man Instantly replied the lecturer pointing his finger at hire you have furnished me an apt illus tration for my argument My bald ness cOn be traced to the artificial lieu its of our modern civilization while tbe wig ani wearing here be raised tile voice till the windows sbookLla made of natural halPl The audlenfce tostlflinl Its appredft than of the point by loud applause and the speaker wax not Interrupted again flier and Rice To most people rice Is rice but not withstanding this there id a couxldcr utile difference between the Chinese or Japanese and the American article The former Is darker In color and In no waj compares with the latter In flavor or quality 01 the American how ever there ore a number of grade of whIch that grown in the Carolina Is considered the beet When purchas lug see that the grains are large plump and unbroken tn washing be carrful not to break them between th I bands t For tbt ffypben iA teacher had just given a lesson on the hyphen and thinking that his class understood It now be wrote the word blrdsuest ou tlie blackboard Now Itoytt1ty do we have a hyphen bc Iweori birds and nest asked the teacher Several bands went up and thje teacher pointed io 4 small boy who seemed very auxloua to npsWer For the birds to roost on was the reply London TirBlts Hard Problrra 0Firstcase Indeed Second Scientist should say so Why this vonM puzale an amateur 0icjentiIlaltIcu Two Circa Feats A great teal of unnecessary sym patby is wasted upon the circus man who stands up proudly In spangled tights and lets anothef clrcub the ii bring down a sledge hammer upon a rock paced iipon jis head with forc6 enough to break itj says an oW circus man This Is 8pctnciKar but is en tirely painless and calls Cor flu gcrat strength or end rancf Upon the erar nium of the ntrons ninn is put an Iromr contrlvacre weighing about ICO pound and provided with cuibons both nbov and whercjlt rests upon the head A pretty good slzetl rock is used and the hammer Is a heavy one so you can see that the bow thai craris the rock is really a scrnuic one But most of tho force Is tsra Up by tUe rock aud tic rest by the ircq tud ctshb while the only seasatjqn felt by the subject fs a gentle tap No morVdltBeult than this te the pet whereby tic hero of the canvrs tent TJwnitts a rcck to be broken upon his chest with n blow from a sledge hauincr So lopg as hc subjects back Lsj cnn1 ow Pot rest against any solid object tLe trIck Is perfectly aIm ple Ale jtfcatrntloa TaLe a board up and let It lie freely In your baud and hit It inuartly with n bamurr It is difficult to hurt your hnud anti Ce thicker the beard tbs teas the TCnsa don But now pur rour betid cii the tnblo and lilt the board trurtt iccsnt U Well Its the eaiue with the rock ou the chest iir j Zloir Oar Ancestor Quarreled A study of uctllnvrl rural Ife lo apt fo glvo thp Jmprcfsslon that the priucl pal part d the life of the pedphAtas flpent In quarreling or in the comtuls sloe op protection of offences Our ancestors ceftalply were tf svcrr liti gious and a very disorderly people Therccords teem telth Instances of men andwomen drawing kblvesagalnst one another of brcaUliij Into houses of prosecuting oco another for slander Then we baresucli entries ds these It Is oifdamed by comuidnjepnserit that all thc woalca ollthe vlllaga mutt refrain their tongues from nil slander Ing Thoma jss cf Robert ScMi Is fined 12 peace because lils wife Ag flea JijcQt Esica tir wife of Robert the tailor and Rojcrfe the tailor six pence because ills wlc Emma SAvpre jit Apncs the wlfc oThomas It Is en joined upoaall tho tenants of the vflr lage tbafnoae o r them attack any oth ore In word or deed with clubs or ar rows or knives under penalty of jayis40 shillings Such entries frcaucntlv occurrlifr In fiddmbn tothft himjmcrablc Instances of Indlvldoal attapk elAadciv lietttjf theft anti othfcr Immorality seem to thqw a community otfrtrothcrfectr- ftueL1pphicottc lJ KaUftHB liovo Tornatoe Italians more than cay other people value tomatpek nt each vic that qmos imperfection la as parefuyy tended as though It were AnnlJpIe of gold Kot only do the honsewives delight In the fresh vegetables themselves tout Ecncrally BpcSkiuff those Hqmc tended are better than any purchased at the itarljct rtnd Bcreach one is jealously caycd tO maUc tomatoo sauce for the spaghetti ttIthont tyhiqb no Italian Sunday would be Sunday One soapbox gardener ohc reason sold enough toma toes toglve her quite a little pin money oikme who known the Italian well will bcsnrprlsed to learn that many of the boxes are dtfvofed nepper for they in truth fumlBh much their spice of life bud even the little Italian girM know how to stuff and cook them In aj dozen different ways that tempt he palate Boston Transcript r415 Cplerlngr ut Flower A florist says jthat the1 law governing tlie cofprlng nf flowers makes ji bluer lawjJspeciesji never the third Thus we have the red and yellow roses lint no blue reo and Jblufe verbcmas but no yellow yellow andfblue In the Tarlous memfcars of the tloia family as pansIes toe In stance but no red red and yellow gladioli but uo blues and so on Rahber Ptaat Many plant growers become annoyed because the older lleaves at the base of their rubber plahts turn yellow and fall off Tblti Is a natural process It does not indicate any defect In th plan Ii Is simply the ripening of the oW foliage which cannot be retained Indefinitely Sometimes however the loss of foliage results from the want of root room but In suchcases the plants refuse to grow Vlatlrond Telegrams When a traveler In the grand duchy of Baden Germany wants to send a telegram while he is iu the train he writes the message on n postcard with j the request that It be wired puts on a stamp and drops It Into the train letter box At the next station the box la cleared and the message sent int Matrimony and Eyes An old man wa rallied by hlsfriend on his marrying n young wife on the Inequality of their ages He replied She wlU be near me to clbse my eyes Wen replied a friend Ive had two of them and they opened my eyes Exchange Smart Olrli Her Mother Edith dptft you think you are getting too old to play with little boys b Edith No mamma tlie older I get the better I like thbm TitBitB The Con nltntlon My Wife always cotwiltd me about eveiT article f attire she buys frocks hats shoes gloves everything My wife does too that Is she asks me for the money TVh eh Frenchmen Were Germans The name of Frhuco Is Ueriyed from thePrancI or Franks a people of Ger many who seized that part of the country nearest the Rhine and settled there Later on they subdued Paula and uiade that the royal seat of their empireJ other geographical liame is liiorostlng arid will serve to enllghtPil us when we rend of for In tnno Jlibernln for Ireland Illb nila Is said to be derived frain a Phoeni clan word weaning farthest hubita tioii there being no country known to them wext of Erin Portugal obtained Its tame from For tot the haven or port where the hauls landed their stortjs This is Oporto called by the Portuguese O Porto the port The town was given aa a dowry to Teresa when she married Henry do Lorraine wIlt styled himself Earl of Portugal becabne the place was known as the portus Uallorum fthe port of the extendIHuHsIa took ltd denomination from the UuMsi or Ilusfli d people of the south of Russia who possessed them selves of the fountrj In the declining days of the Greek empire Ruing the predominant inhabitants they Imposed their nflme on all the rest The MUtake of the Polar Beat Nordenskjold found that the white bears generally went through a long performance ot stalking hia sailors Clearly on the mistaken conclusion that they were serils AS the men were clothed pnrfly m sealskin it tctta a very tnafursl nilssfeLke Rut the interest of 4he story iJei in the gencmllratlori made by the tUear Tlie bear said There are two or three seals one standing up ou lte flippers iu n Tory BiniktheinvWlicri they1 see me pretend to be d01ng foinething1 else andhttccsthe plensureof seeing him careful ly crawling behind rocks and Ice hUm iiiocks maklnj long detours this way and that and every uow and then cauffouslygone On the open snow the bear would saunfer off ju another direction and then failing flat push himself along on hla belly with his great front paws covering his black muzzle the only thing loot matching thin snow about him Just as tho bear thought Lo inIot IJK seal the latter tired analogySpectutpr Kpfvrcelnn ttntfl Fire Kxrape Nor Oorwew hotels thcmsevwi confolc you hulitof wood their cilcf merit Hcaln the flrc escape which s to b found In the chief room upon every liiadlng At Vlsnes I spent a happy tilpllt miKwerlng the questions of nerv Qua travelers who ime from hour to hour to see If the fire escape In mj room was working properly Aiigrj assnrauces were powerless to convlnc reali4thinktiny danger Had I tried thin cou rlv dlicc taysclf Excellent souls iAjs II cnqughjAh A copy of It by me as rwrite It isithc complete Insfruction In English to th ivoqjobotelinNcrwny 1 found t Plrc escape to throwout the win low The visited snotter shall bo fduna In every room thebodylttftNground from the shoulder thereunder 1 Fleristi Are Sheaf 1whosct1 breathing of poisonous tunics apdlgasei 1aoi 1 and It will surprise many to leant that tho highest death rate U found amos a claug who breithfe In the sweetest odors 4Tbepaco florists Is aelnaple one The floe phere 1st liyes at oncp in the torrid and the frigid zone From a greenhouseatmof of nearly degrees In the win lee months he must step out Into one that Is nearly Tilways belOw freezing point nd often below zero In sum medic lids thange to encounter too ts In the sprlngand falL By force of hab- It he grows careless and often works without hJs coitUs the hot artificIal at mosphere nod this Increases the dan gore to which ho IsilexpoBed Lungs and throat and stomach jdiseases as well na rheumatism find In thor florist the least resistance Galyestori News The bnagc In ho Tenderfoot This Isa remarkably healthy ell mate they say said the eastcmen Youre right tbar said Arizona Al Fr Instance not long agO a tenderfoot with a weak chest an a pale face drop led Inter the Miners Delight called the a Ihfran course Tbaq to clean up Bout two months After a big sunburnt cowboy stopped me on the street wiped the earth up with me an slammed m6 up In a tree to recnpcrcte Same fel lee Best climate In the world pard IndiAnapolis Sun Too Small to Share Barnes Yes I guess It is true that U Is the little things that count Howes So you have tjome to that conclusion have yoi Barnes Yea Yon see Ii was walk lag with Tedwdrth aid be said if to should find a million doUi irs hed give me half Presently be picked up a dime and when I asked ilm to shared It with me he abused me ike a pick pocket Boston Transcript U Jf Cleaning Llfeht Par One who says she has tried It recom mends naphtha for cleaning light fur She says Pour naphtha oyertbe fut then fluff and pat the article until the soil lisa been worked out and when this Is done press the naimtha out by drawing the baud firmly over the fun Then shake and hang In the air to dry Be careful of fire wil Coitigars Gasey Costlgan got his life msured for tin clntg Oonroy How xvns that Casey He borrowed tin cints ar th foreman and the foreman wont putt him on a dangerous Job as long as be owes him tin cints Puck Ill Embarrassment Brockett They say yob are financial ly embarrassed Do ypu owe a verjf r large amount Crackett I dont owi anything batt there are several people who owe me and I havent the courage to ask for It Boston Transcript In 1G58 Captain Thomas Clarke In company with John WIntbrop asia oth ersfput In operation an Iran worke at New Raven Conn Tbbi enterprise em braced a blast fm Bace and a refinery forge The Mf of Coal MltteK First ih6 boy of eight or ten hr sent to the breaker lo p ck thfc filate nd oth er Impurities from the coal which lint been brought up from the mine From here he Is promoted and becomes a door boy working in the mine As he grows older and stronger he is ad vanced to the position and given the pay of a laborer There he gains the experience which secures hinr n place i as a miners helper and as he acquires skill and strength he becomes when la the height of his manhood and vigor a full fledged miner If he is fottunate enough to escape the falls of rock anti cool he zany re tain this position as a miner for num her of years But as age creeps on and lie Is attacked by some of the many diseases incident to workjn the mutes he makes way for tho younger 4mj more vigorous following kim up the ladder whose summit he has reached He then starts on the descent going back to become a tnIners helper then a mine laborer now a door boy and when old and decrepit he finally OK turns to the breaker whore lie ptartcd as a child earning the same wages as are received by the little urcbiis who work at his side There 1s no Incen Lice for ambition in the average mln end life He cannot rise to places of eminence alit wealth Only 1 In can even be given place as ft foreman r superlntcnQent and these are nbsr tlons which few miners care to hold John Mitchell in Cosmopolitan For HIS ttepnlatloa f Oe The proprietor of a large dry goods store hind decided to tear down the old bulding and erect a new one In Its stead tln furtherance of this plan ho wai removing his goods to temporary quarters In another building The goods were nearly all out of the old structure when front some un known cause It caught fire The dc partmeut was promptly on h5nd apd soon had a stream playIng on the flames but the merchant was wild with excitement Running up to the Chief he urged him to greater haste Never mind the goods be shouted Save the building Ill give the boys a check for 500 fop their pension fund If they dont let fire spread beyond thatlloorr Why youre going to tear the old bnildnj down anyway arent you asked the chief Yes he paid but do you suppose I want insurance companies or any body ou earth to think that0 the tea son why it caught fire By great exertion the fire waa cXr tlngulshed with little Ipss so facas th building was Concerned and the mer chant was as good at his word Youths Companion SEEbSfrom i JmBFrodoee Pmyloc Cnff i lrt- Uu ma mSSkSSiy nUur Stode mn HM Silt aleS we i UrfMt nic ml 5 Mi detail Wst s i Grit s4alLth iit 7aii creiatmcdentepdeesItH iti Cited with 4OtieAbee tel a4abot deitrlMloe Okst sat ceitit I ittaOpi Be4dItaattaYleibka- rhIti est wrhtt t syatmbidshes 13b1Ctba cow 5 Mar Gsr = = =pfYIdd yssMsesa PaSS WOOOSTLI8OO ccqMFi 44 frowrtii 9rawiY VIJtavestrnent J IXtt Lexington My 4 PrOrnOte Iflurj G W McHLROY AGEN Springfield iy riai Two CarV Loads of Bug AndPheatons Wagons and other Veieles we now liave on hand and llriare s rnor oming1 Come let flt nebfiyPiicestosuit OR a EARLY PLOWING You wilI need a good plow Theril nthing that equals the genuine OLIVER CHILLED for wliichwe areJfclteaole ageMi V VV7ti also Mep the genuine i iwirs We keep JFEED and SEEDS and CASH for graiia THOMPSON LAKE si1NGNELb KY i I1LLIAM MfQSIHiEY His Life Wd Work By Gsa Cbares QrpeVenor i Presidents lifelong FoIend Corn made in war and Colleage in Congresa Wi 8 nea nls side with other great men when his eyes were closed In death Followed the bie to the j National Capitol and to Canton The GenerelreqniresaBhare of the prdr Coeds ofais book to be deed to a McKnlqy monument Inn Tan every subscriber becpmes acontrib t tor to this lend niHona of Copies will be floia Mferybody will buy it Orders for the asking Noqody will refuse Elegant PhptograTUre Pot traitof President kcKinleyis las pior tore taan at the hitt doase Yon can ysily and gnlckly clcsr 91000 taking ordeas order outfltj quick hfehance to prore success secure rear lyicontracts and become manager Sent 122 pent stamps fprj elegant ppospectna Taking It to ordTera diy 60000 copies win e sold In tfilB vicinity r SPBINGS IN THE SEA FRESH WATER STREAMSTHJAT BURST FROM TBerOCEANS BED 4i the OrlKla of the Vadencroend Rtr er That Staveed Outlet tJndef be Wniaa Onlf tfni Kcver Beea Sail CaetorUy ExplainedIAlong the snalloyr bottom of the ocean not very far from the land a number of opciinss have been discov ered n various pelts the world j through which wateras pur and fresh as that of any bubbling spribg mingles with the jolt Vatcr of the au Anbth cr remarkable xlaa ofc fresh water springs la those that sink put of Ight surfacejhind and under the see until they final ly come tnt the open air tin an Island Both of these types of iderground rivers are perhaps most reir arkably luatratcd uc r and on Bali iin istand in the Ieralatt gulfv place hOt Is also noted as can of thethlef Bources of pearls J Bahrein Wand the largest of the group of Islands bearing that name Is about twenty mlles oUrthie coast of Arabia In the Perslaagul Ac theIsJ t land has almost no rainfall It head level of sandy desert relieved only by palm groves and patches of vegeta tlon where water springs to the stirbface from the inysteriousunderground channels In many places the water does not reach the surface but la found by sinkiuB wells the wEtter being rais ed to the surface by donkcjjs nod hal locks and poured into 4be channels from which the late palms and orticr t J bcropsj not possibly be derived from the Island b and ItIs no teore likely thai they coma I from the sandy wastes of Taelghborlng Arabia The Arabian shore ngfar as can beseeu Is low and devtjld of water bxoept dt EIKatif where similar found I Springs are Arabs say that theee streams come btraight from the fcupbrites river jtbrouKb an underground channel tSrh which the great riverr In part flows betheath the rerslan gulf GeologistsI however have dlsmlBsed theoryJ Though the origin of the not ypt been satisfactorily explalnid ji most favored theory fa thattheyI ene roU the will watir4nI lootJthe Persian mountains fat o tbaudthll If this theory Is correct Itj means that the rainfall sinks Into tho arthB crusty until U reaches imperuleabte rock i strata along which H is ckrrled for a great distance to the south ou tsler the sea until t tsi4ling ripwarg gals thgsueswater re dr face on BaiIs Wand Some of th1 wdWthat art tlmua wpplfcd are enOrI mona anti oat of thorn the L serves tot the irrigiktiott 0 maay iaUs f of date p lniR through ajpaoalofMl cjnt construcUon The 4Jarl well 1a ole of the great sights of 8S31 lag deep basis of w uir22 hy 4t I 1trfrom a farblf her iK i ijiC U W bj rrce i1tls ki iteSers tie itil- v = iHvers an von bade by te efoag cw rent are unable toreacb the bettera There being no wells wltU siiW ef some of the coast towns ef Baltreli they obtain water tr a gpriog that ksne from the bottew D the jrilf aet far froth the shore These yrlric ol course bate the same WlglH as t1ielweUX DlverX with goatsku voder their arnw mve throl h the salt waterS and fill tbeskfna with llr cold TTesH liquid ot tia bottom Time water ob tained In this way Moally conulur a slight admixture Of Ba t water sfc that the mixture Is lost a Iittlebrck isb At some of tbnc oJpeBlngi at th han bottom the bead of water ewtfring the sea is s6 etronic iSat whcm hollow bamboos are pushed down iatolt the Water rises through the tubes dellvcr Jug the fresh water directly Into roe stls that are held y men antl women who are Slltiug lp the boats that Irobglmt them fjrSm the laud The force of some of the vtreanw as they come from the earth Is SS considerable that it pushes back tfie salt water sad the spring Is not mixed with tnescia water for quite a pac around the place of eutnmce It baa been practically determlacd jwithin the pit few years ithat the wa ters or a Kmall Hvtfr In West Africa Iwhich Disappeared Jtt a frwilx water swamp that bus no visible outlet fled s tbvlr way by an un TiTjrrotjnd channel into the Atlantic find mlHskl with the sea throlrrfi an bpcUlng In the bottom that has bet u diKcovered a fev mjlcs frOth Cape Venlo A channel lisa iMtiii found on the wa floor which appar eutly was cut by some tresi waler Btrvam flaring sonac soundihgX that were made In 1805 for the purpose c finding anti rafsln a broken rtblp the vesstI ngagejl fu the work was sue rbundod by swamp vegetation that wa fontlnuaily iUlug to th surface Jk Was evidently brought tarnKgb tke t2a dergrOund channel from Ihe iwaap- The breakluji tf a caMe off the noutt of the ilbvuuia thor In East Africa b s beerx attributed if the d trctita action of a strong curreat oC sweet water futenug the sea level several miles trout the laud Asetber rewark ale example of a sabmerise river Ii found to th north of the city of Arfcrft on ther PacJle coast of ftoutb AKnerlci A rivijr from the A Me that Ia grin udly aUowed p ha tbi 3a34 baa been fpnnd to maker Its Way InvWliJir Into tbip sea with which U unites seai miles from tbe land New York SIM a kraiti WeIkt It stated by an authority that fee weight Of a maua brain has nothing iu do with his meuthl power ItlsaqtMic loa of climate not of Intellect tat older the climate the greatelr the tee of the brain TIieInrgesbeats atii are those of the Chugatjweif w Mr far north awl iMkt tQKi of the Lapps The Char ai W 4 A simple way to restore coieewsid- s to mix the color with oil tBdtorpfB tine applying with a Wt cloth aed jibbing to welL Either the powdered flgmeat or colors ou A iai oil pay BM Poe llat oak Me aw nOi ee for dark oak fcurat toab r 2f I is Atry dark Add a sere ttede rf tamp blaqk Fore ahbgasy asbernt slea ea corqsae yeliqura d Wswirck br wn aad for cherry we hwat MMMJ Me We o 1w Magistrate Ywc h b sM earga you wlthTttsaaatt Mad mYes JK k eJ I ake im if be wouldgilwayii tete me and tewas so elo to iMwerli g fleet I UN Km with a mopi Vai emily a woman Judge rad a xromaali life wUhowt l tU a merebllght IUwtrate Eits Ettil lteatlaMh ai t nuvat artist laj faiubcs study oti th CjHrsi t CJover But where is the cloveriwas ai cd none appearing la the pkbmre OJ the cowjj have eatejt it y kewaltiae AieI4e It you lntentI t II isQTcrlcd the ese4 j rf ir m jo vef u wfc a iHfaiir Because e ahrar ii fWQCf Before eiitlag Jt rrt nW rW eanni ZSot4 GdPTtfQIOtWty dess tht tarth- Urdut bwWlyC1Ut pSY IW- INat3 5flpptwxth35g a I hiJRTOX IIO TI TEETH XTRACTEDw flIHOUT PAIN II aii 3L ek up MdS pgINF1LD ICY I ia DntaJ Work rtly ElritcIauJ P eu ft80RD T ST 1ntuwII J kiir d ILDn to I J2J- r7 j m flti III LAMPTONrand t i Ir f iOh1 tt nt j SID 01 Iv eiwtllILDtJCY f L I i4f t QpTCiD Elnehartm iorvfc ai oId p opIePOi- t it if iftkotIM1a01l X8 12 ro fJ lf L r 1t tWFGR fasavc = J1J1fftfft Ii WINOFILDKY Euk rna tac old tt zffw I wa iG t Barket t wP4st 1foqueeUell ii c 1 NM S II7 weght sII oiis isMee1I e repIIo 1 J 3 ebyc wanta Ie li in tifciVk that Apla ferolereahla vmI1 JIISI aota wuiiiileei fjUt or MtbeU e IiI J l J raatmwi1Mc RIftnuLtMLt oLM11LekIbagobi ay A u NidroubksMMr ai rkUMya inflaenB or grip JaM tJtiMr dieaai opei1 tdon== HraPU r Trnt D WI that 2lkM cpMatas are Ijo4 eoaIoL They are TMU7 iI = L IIC s 104 a Sn ri ariIa th f beat4ow a aIn tiepe a4 America Beasona hat aSIjJ h Ti2i i paypoSsee m aj teatber ordered in tht VUAi I4Ma omreerfpt of 2Sc each I 4S17 JeDJUg Chaiits N1- at r ThjI a4tZio1twet XwTIOafarf k FIU a or common gua nrlth yei wattr aMJt If vang twentyfour hours giv jeMnienr oeaet That 1ndkitM i t unhealthy cpndJ l thekkti t1eys if 1t tJ1ml yoar linen It is VcI1 ifraqdeat e is f J 5ss it or pain tiiptJ tle Melt Is alsd tnC1KGodtat the ddn and blWl jn diPsQda1rer din W1Iatle Be knowleJgeften so ing p ie ftfGt evatJdey remedy fuIflhIseve iMk to irter r um Ism pain in the 4 kftck kUMys liver blaMer and every part the urtaary uiagc 1h corrects Inabilit iobpldimtcr aad scalding pain in pasIx ftorJMS ffeti following use ol Hquor WM or bSSCIfi4 overcomes that unpicasath Mof Iklnt compelled to go often wIag lM lii jit6 get up many Hme 1 and tfcrtDf ibealght TOt mild and the iMr tffCt of Sw fflfReot isi extrpr i mUzedL Itt stands Ws highest for its won iflJF of 1bm ot streaithg aSeS Vye jeetL md1cneyoushouId haVe1hett hast Said by druggists In 50cndl sizes Yaii Mar have a sample bottle of thk wendarful 4 4aM a book abaliitIy more about It 4IecoveryllillSat frItlngmenftUeR nMintW gaaarous offer in this paper j i i1 i to 1 i mou j I lfJWIUIlfERCO1 Ih4E St NEW C- lr ih I qiolhlng l Mriufacturers IAmerJCs 1L OUR CREATtAROMlt FERi 4 S9100 Ifafc Order Mans Suit let WINY mnccr lOtih tURK Al TM Ltr rest wil 1 IIIItIHIw r aft If f ItI irg e3 cs t= IIuMi WiIsq is jbtILissss7 N If ase tir1 t 1li fl 5HMft WHVCiusttff till aed T4th 1iitbLiutKi th kctt it J MiSIizi3 t ysrl MmUnUmA Salltr iurr its 15wIthstOilIer All Pasts ay Patent it 1i4iWa1id yltct ef tItackirurft r ait fern II f t 4 cipsy- by IiM K ff ff s fMIi I J3UT TOWN J M H tfl tl 3H t4c An AHtmtiH Idyl naBobo1y days 1 Jjave come Steiidat1 Mmmer wane and autamnj jJi 1Jmk Ieafdraws1MIir t Tk 1altkIWfotll11bt pn apace nit j lT gO of fuel 4iA re kee4edBot Its absence AaiW tlw Emmera glow t Awl w w when coae s chilly day Aad autumn winds do roar plyittiKThe above lines have sugg sr Ud tto us that now is a good time sasrgest to those of oardelin- qtwrat ancsubsc1bOrstbaLn9w t oitn1lpyxip There 1h g har wiiterbeiorrusi Grigfiby fit glasses Jrijfsby fcwSeing Machinesi Gi1sby4or Watched clocks WajewcIry Qrgaby the poorOldPpecac1t aSrSpectacles to fit VAryI T PiTehi ndrpdcbrdsoif wood for l Marks aocTGreen Spring field Rt J s jJ tri by thepoor pJispecjLacle ofsplesR fornjeinherwJspectrcThi ntgocidPrPedtESSj fci8pr1n t JD ALEN4 5SrtngfleFi Ky t The ladies of the Catholic rebwIL serve dinner in the n r qu lcJiDg1Jn Monthjir ntcftzrt Vclff4Is month tc1 lZjoadlnf cpntsr iiiNjr i S owiptteS for he v ear n are uer by Notified tbi the n jdtaxji na 1st1UO1mOUB POWELL Sheriffttie hebBaThof1ive Stppk sfraifa farminj jmpl pcDS o c- It aciMrhis faroi neir Texas yesterd y Preretendance dnd everything sold lt Mr Green has sold bisJ forntoMr4f gioMr Join Kays was cutnthi fb w iflrliiC on ectIon 4ybVLUth- e e BillHardm at thejB asgu nD tng precinct The ScSltyiStO rastbireult of a pbliticaLdis 5Ktysls an old faD d was a Uuionvspldier liar bears u bad reputation hav been in p number of tJifticullJ i cyi There are fout or five cases a f fcr OlJ3Fr cases have been quarantined every precaution taken to event the sprend of the vlis ease The cfis s a re all among e negro families ai dare in 0Ivery rid form None of those affected Imve been s riuu ly eick1 any time and with tbdi precU on taken no further danger omthe trouble is antjclpatjed The public1 sale of st ck and grain of Mr W M 1ayestoiT PerrYIIReli attended Coy Bf E Wbavne j blJlIAiSOid well as djd thi bthpr andj livefttqtik Uorn best elecltedl nid at 05 tpn s baledbay at 52 ents per hundred Farming implements brought very Ifair prces Mr Ed Masters the deputy sheFiff who wasse Tly Jinjuredi on ast ele ion d yiby being thrpwa from his buggy is iim prothgr Rasters qver turnedhisbuegv3odw is throttiout and dragged qiilte a distance rectflvingH jjurle atttrfatihourht to be fataLl His collar bone and seveai nbs ere frkciurid but bey oiid tat nJ a severe brus et1IaritIMr L4 t BoJgerdwilLhave a combination sale of W h olikjsj horges at IhiS pIaon Monday Jiove01 tr 25tH wbich wUi be firstT1d1aI 4JLlt9 j ibe fKIU 8 d Obrs WuIhl PQllhUpjQ be Hddod before thft fd 7of 4f Amopiflhe nuri SUB lilepul Al t li are some as gpoa ones s hye eyejr beenoBfeVed and parties estjriuk Anything in tbei line of trct1y good horses for various purposes will do well to attend this sale For further particu and catalogues call on or dressJ L Jtodgers SpriDgj If1Qld try J 0 i Qircuit C uris stil iniitession 15 although very little has been 2 J urljUJjAured 9f cases on the equity docket are15 tQtetakenut this weeki TheJS l only caSe of importanbe to come up for jjury trial since our last 1Wallae Company to desroyecIIhouse and furnituie y Irelast March The Conrl l g rgvetne insurance conppanyQ The defendant coprpmy ref sefo PYthe 4ossoa tbe rounds tbat the p lcybad become void frooinpnpaymeqXpf premmtu h1sLa1med to have nrailed a 0- cIHck Jot the premium a few da andscheck Tievel turnednpBisheranU jury has but bas Dotmade its final Vf ort to tteoOUDt6owearennaJ1 l to Jlivetnerpsti of the Indidtments fou bulincaithougttI IJargeC IJr Thep OampbellSManager Opera House has emgaged I winter a lecture Bourse bh will be a treat to the boni1ngfildcgrsea8 engaged c 5usst oft lQ J of tbe best Jectprer on the by platform TOe first lo come will P bwDr Homer T Wilson who appeared here last winter and who made euCh a favorable im pressipn on theSDrihgGeld au the iinc MFon J Mrsalure eptlted Americas Un ftri ctpwoed Queen Tbe fact thatt ptihe several lecturer who ap rdere last se Dr JIsonst favorable icomment froc aopeople bot be ehau b t jjefiIorTheotherpear nt dates to be announced 1at begetof John Roach Straton and Pr depofI offering season tickets to the ur lectures at only 200 Sin n tickets entitling the bOlder to admission to one leqiure witlTj sold at 100 Seats may b 0Ti sel theectedHay don Robertsons drug edtOon S l edmmsCIcmefltsuj Mr Thomas William Simras and Miss Lithe Clements were arried on Tuesday at St Rose ntch Rev Fathbr Roach Officiating The church was owaed with the friends of tt- untcouple te rig who had gathered na to fitness the ceremony which was to unite two hatfpy hearth The church was beautifully decorated with palms and ferns and the bridall party stood under an arch of honeysuckle during Ihea Cageremonyjbeautiful hea blue travelling jj prrsIIciirdeT QTheThomas Medley and Hite Clem ots Messrs Irvine Wtmsatt homas Edolen and Forrest Cdciliind Jim Montgomery act edias ushers Ill1mediolteJyafter j tth ceremonv the bridal pair J1Jefti jto k the tram for WashviLe mdp other southetn points They w tjll return to H pri dgfl 61J to lOAc side Deaths Mr William Goatley a yot Ingg farmer living in the Fredricks lasttownMonday after an iillness of sixtt weeks df typhoid fever Toe deceased was a good citizen andI respected by all He was un married and lived with his aunt dlMrrespected cLticIofthisi county died Monday at his In we hPar Hitllsboro He was seventy two yrs of age and pad hen M for seyetal months of paralysis I Mrs v dneof thE oldest women in the county died Jlrederickstpwnaftfera short IIat of pneutnoDia jI 4rstdd wflR a teojiirkable olds earsIofagebeQf health and was ciiye dlie siron r up until a f4w days before ber MhrH = 1t 1t z rAL1O34S Mistlce Tber aPOPUOpJBIG = that glae bbt1I ever e wore bag ae the eyea 3o in poaetblygetIoag with = out fDem fbereWftnever ftsgraater mistake The JJ YtY firat symptom pf de fthe first waithdlcIf be recognized as Natures f can Cor help To persist in r making tbe eyes perform t work too great for tbelr en r durance is simply an abuse = of the moat precious sense we have 1 believe that a greater percentage of Cata ract and other diseases Ofa the eye is bropgb aOoutbr i this habit Ibktf all other causesr combined If yen JI have the 1Igbtest suspicion that your eyes are notperMfoctly correct I I m11IamInefeell at liberty to consult 2 with me at any time ifyouMIneed gIase9I will tbemta reasonable coat 5Ir If not I will charge you 5 f nothing J Dr CF RUSSELL I I tbl5SOIENTIFIOI v Springfield Ky ig I i Real Estate Deals i Mr 8v fl Bisbophas bought A R Shultz three Dice build wingwill begin at once to put im ntG on them Mr op has been living at Polio but has sold his business andjjMproperty at that place and wHlI move to Springfield He will dlor himself and family a handsome residence on one of the lots and on the others be 01 will erect neat cottages to reatt A real estate deal of consider able importance was consumated last Saturday when the business motseoni couetRusseT tbe jeweler was soltson the lodge of Masons to Mr O Gleayer The property l changed hands at 3 000 cash The cityreproperty but Mr Cleaver became purchaser r Luther Burns bought of Murattathe business prop erty on the south side of Main31O audetNational Bank for 1750eveMr A U McElroysolia to Mrs andJfronting on Willisburg street at pr foot Mrg Wharton ha- un 3 the erection out dwelling helot y Thompst1raod take have c un tbe buildng of a new warehouseon their lot neaj the ot recently purcbased of J McHehdrenMr R F McElroy is building two 700 houses on lots bu low sr Mebose Sprugfle1d Lumber Go basS Contract for tbe work Mr John Q Shader has erect G ChtwoeHighof AlfxAdams For Sale or Trade Doe 16 horse power Grarr Scott threshing rig traction one I12 bor thsetraction and one PonyBreh KinBaune Perry ville TCy Octt244LS Notice Alr parties having dab us ainst tbe estate ot Robe irt Curry deceased will please esut them to me for setti eteenf IsAAC GURRYJ t 22 1901 Admri Public Sale T win on Thursday November 1901 at 9 ojclock a itf in the Jira town dirt joad two and a half iles froth SpringQeld sell to the highest bidder the following ropertY One large gelding safefot women to drive 7 yi sir oldvmare in foal 2 good milk cows and calve 1 long yearling heifer 7 bead of fat bogs about 500 bushelaO corn 2 Stacks of ood timothy lsv trick of mil et wobayhorse wagOD 1 bInder 1 buck ickoardsmith tool farming implements nd household and kitchen fur niture Term All sums anier 10 jcash In band All over that mount on a credit of six mbtfths vflth approved sefturtty at air per centinterest payable in bank RE WhewleS 061i Ry Wl1aYQbi Auctioneer AJIftt La 3nfstreQgth and fiIal1Itttcbar obstinatccough and a tiUle palain kCcheat tn rqpt le nga1top1f1gco tftnptl n but they arc sigaa that prudence vill nltneglectA few poKesef Allen Lnag alaw eausea f iee discharge of fflucas atftf sb foe e i Jcough Jt heult thd infla passages and all its baneficent weirJi accomplished without al grain of opium t PEFaCAL tarn WalhljOkythlaeek xt tLWwe4 e here las wek c tMr S B hompiBd WiirlaiB rds tow Tueedayon busiaeM r Hon J N Saunders of SanfOr dot here on buslnesa last week QMIt Ce eUde1n at Bardttown Mr John Blakeraan ancylfeot Chaplin were here Monday M thge88r8Wla Ofartont KillMnatendtdbac eredrpopula eas Willisburg was on our etreets Mo Rndgyrs SlfaBt Taylor and SOD Masts a Clifton of MoOreEvifliwere here Sat uid4 Mfeto Bftth Spalding of Bardstirtwn tat e gestof Miss Berths Haydon Ifeet weeksaldMiiXta13owdypV CampbeVlsville s here the guest of her friend Mrs 1JebWu tiA81mmj 3BueI c IFoeter vlsitod north iriDgDdSunuyMisses winkefieldLsSam e here Saturday L rs Maud Blsbop our Polin orrealpon denf and Miss NOra Bonta here Saturday afternoon werea bMraIj returned last of FnIi ay to their hose in Kansaa City Mo Lieut WO Reed Win go to Chicago nucforhis reg ulararzny where be Is ofliefed con hmlaalonl Mr R6 ertJQraham of Lomsville is spending a Yew day With his grand her ad other relatiyes in this nty For too past ten years he has held a position with J M Robin Norton thiiceptedbilargeOn December the will leave for that to take charge of his new work Mr and Mrr David Walker LIGb 1Walker and where they will njjefad their iioney Ofl The marriage of Mr Walker Miss Burkhart took place at the are brides homo in Chicago on Monday one bingaud was brilliant society event Mr Val Botrelativelin tttbomore happy days enoilsah entertainchap beautifulcountrvMcCbord Among those present Clifton QGrundyhisXeachman Eleanor MoBhroy MaryIElroy Elizabeth Waters Lydia I Duncan Esther Bonlware Lucy Sale 0 man Annie atRolleMssrsReed G L Wbarton Will Wbarton u Mayesj Archie Mayes Charlie Green1 RWD aud1oeOlaybrook MBarlie M Ohord Spalding 8Del H H Hord Dr Glenn Wood l Aa4eep Amid GZamew bomelsomenear a at when nesll andI weIngs New Discovery for con sumptiougives perfect protection against all Throat Chest and Lutig troubles Keep ih near to IIdoetorsstops a late cough persistant use the most stubborn H aatless and nice tasting Its rrntaed ndbert8oo DPriceTrulbottW frea Reliable aud faitis A pills a pUlat iheiaaw BAt there AtC pills sc pills You P ill which lacertain waiand DeWitlillLittle co Jpurelylpvegetable the bowels to act Strengthen aud in ikerigoratfr SmU aaa eaaj to h Jin Fdr sile br Ilaydon F Aobertson jw p M9oR7ti+l from our Regular OorrMpondenU P Corn gathering U the order off tthe day Martin JBroderick ad wife of Bloomfield visited Vf O Ellis lastSubday Maried at the residence- ofs Rev WE Sale Mr Vnl Ci binglir 1pMts8 Alice Bol Ij May every joy be tbersiDIj Humphrey improvingf What do you think Billie a Good dbl lortunt toldIt told his pasfc life ccrrecily told Ijim he wai tb lead a happy I life and go to beayeu when he J tijed it is bur sad duty p chronfcle t fte death of Mr Will Goa Llei MqodayNoveplber in The Wlb year of Mil sig a qf typhoid fr h His reoiaW at clayStbis ashe a 1 Loukoutfuranoterw dding oop Mr Jeff Settles and wite are HendlOnV Ue Noyth Ciirc ilea Itfr theft bualt- hrlaugliterM MnManus an wjfe1 MrJohn lIqdnanu wife Wopdlawn and Mr El A ob letpfSprIntleld spent Las i ldaywith iWekIy Ff1i4cldentII MrG M Ryas a farmer hVl bear Samuels ftsll fruni the II iWoZyesterday mrntogS rROis lhad lster cied a pew tfo tco barn whlfth was being ciM with boards Just as the last board was being put on Mfaipped and fell on theroof d TQlling off the edge of the 100 theIG torisp but when assrUtedjio his and asked fbtLtaS hur he was not Hee Iir dtGG few rainutts hs neck g been broken hy the fallv1r G eCtuoLyande ttbe cottage of MrJobDB rbar near the 5cem tery Lest ter lte purchased a farmneaV uels His remains were taken to Pleasant HiWasftiltogt county to day for burial Mr was aDelaerlygentleman the respect and contidenpe all who knew njRecordMr Ross is welt known ill this cod ny where he resided for antI ber of vearaand the news of death is received ith regret is friends here WthLISBURG F karomMr W S GibbsOand wife of- tplace attended tl e WLhwJt wJhdayt Gibbsiat Camden Anderson cou cIIbsHis father is eighty years old 4 and they have nine chldreh 1k nineteen graidchildr nand three tgreat grand children all of whom living in the state excepting daughter and four gfand children wbo reside in Kansas h old people are well known- oughout this and otbervad join iugl iounties May they ugh to spend mau uvebntIIpy birthday r un their children Is the wish of the writer lder Cbuch of Mackville filled last M 1rt11 this writing rs Clay Ferrel of Mackville visited retftions at this place lust ek t r Milton Grider raid Miss la Scruggs were marriejcfoo last Sunday at 1 oclock at the home of the brides parents Mr P Scruegs Tne attendants were Mr Will Sirams and Miss Bertha Piokston Rev S tom s performed tbe ceremony Quite number of relatives and friends represont They left imme tlv after the ceremony for Lexington where they will spend somgdays Your cnr respond abt extends many congraulations the happy couple May the- 3ealongaudiv propperous mar d life Theelbotlo6 passed off quietly this place but Itsctanedto be gnttogthercay with jhe mocrats as thpy snored the her party under l3eHerThIvei t IiI records Those who have tool beard ti ntlrraphIICon1pnceptl9n of the changes and itc 3adeE8terfoct j dana in these times of JinfaUerhig progress l CoThmthonograph rISt Baltimore and goods SvJU 4be shipped d 0 D ton the balance tt 45 Lot iPublicsaleIn order fil1iuship we toliltbefj9at i ighest and best bidder thti Ic l lowing propety lieadjof ry cows springers calve JlcbWB ugiefersoidclsteQrP4hifer81 y earing iftule so Wiand 14 pigsJsof ay ia pigs soV atM QpigSj aL1rlotherpropeirty toQ Auraerous to rnticni- shTlRWRHAU sums of llndahIHi over tb Btnount on aqredlt of jcp oths with intrP At froti dftje ftnt nfsfotiitblR and payailiS tn either iPiJ Y and TA S MAYS Cut R B tfhayne Auctioneer lorSW I l e 6i f U WESTILLiEAP t ii- We t t enjoy the distincton of carry 1ing the largest and est assortcient o- nrnftiMerchanqlS evrbIII 1OUr stock of Dre a v ntuUE Atgreat vat lety df Foreign and Dome tic itIJyd Meltphetts 60ct 150 per ycir PrurlJas60c RannIst4Broadttgreatvri ty OUR bIQAK ThPARiEM is comp1etei34 Juk tIUtflhuIei iPlush Gapes Misses Jackets Cliii lffdren6 and Infants Wraps 17 r Nts sTuris Proin s3OI i1 MENS ViItOOAI I 1 1 Fr j inOYS m 1iI r 35Oot12iO1 BOYS WEiC TS 4 J r kt 4 Oto8IC1- JILYSSEJTTv etQS5AX5CgIj- QyJdAt1i r7 izoto5ooI We lead iht r l1inMthWomeni and Chit l k atedIo rV f followingfamousTdrMisses 1 WolfBrosinvite vpii special atteritiont6 ouf JShoe stock We guar tce satisfaction a iiisrnhirgInt l Lin1ieum11RugLorArtSqunie 1 We ittl a le special pricesto GASH bthE3 Cnnnbgham Jl iiJh r 1S HawBnajJiiilnlW rEEf SQJiemernber T1U- I1heSpriftgfiId t tOftihi ir 5t t1tLiHas t f I Materiall andlffs mote tHanvpdlsil I iSthat they ctrsuit y6uff in pciceseitid night Jj Wfellto feet iSfeir price s ve f youdortintohd tor yift lhem Y du wit find em 1 always aecbmteg itj tiatingv hfeyare alsoI dpl jj contricrr JT Work fidif iolin tfr1bt waa to j k aftriH bfufldihg of our h2 use your elfTheyrwi11 J do thisJ f rcyou Thy have jjust abdut thipi ted ti ltbuttd mgbn Lebanonandare justgetw 1 f I ting opeied Cip forl1nes Dontiisten to whatdteayr about ust blft call and eeforyourIf r J J ai H IiWWWtiwlti W H Wii I A t Bare fclir J t fTQ Tbtiy Br ntl Nevv a md Boy sl dotHint 4 4hd 1 I I IAt Reduced fI1 PricesS 1IX f his uiiusuat to c tri sor4lnjR sbnbi1tbt Stooiji arge r3 ldthfrweither hu ben eQ 1 for 3 the time of earndweee tJ weE EIg14jflJ JS Mciiit1yby X Yesr ttHl 1 I JEMJVBER Whenrou nMd apnir f ood h IlBoots our store iis the plac to cetlttiern tS3 at IIeastthat iW what every body says a notlmgbutth Iour illarge traciit on Mme mseea w eyidsflceS I f TAidItiPhr r u Iit 1u10hot Nel l D i fft I m o Eai PRANK I Dwe Iii p Iv Thv iu LI- iII1tJ PIfl flijt fiisbJ thadcton Vr ul3iJtY tIt4 jtithe kret 1o Ut Lhi rI4 14 tile uhfeliilM nd h b ii e Grge Dt- uprtIIJ iL s re kth ntnd 0 U Kppeihapp yCGpir 1jn Is 1c to worku ItO II V4t G orgi idt FMt IwarL U Wbo ei r d b wj4i4JiJhfl Ls Dsflr h do exchage t WIItLimtCb1eZ b j4ibU aM cwicerwc thtsLu4jkL coo S fib jsitwaton Mutup1 rerrig were rd ou and ikus a compleie ui4Uijnt of this mariuXre Ujniis atfe t ch ThsSorpr Lifte bccaifte Wri parser i ths foVuier Mrs Dinner be tMY Lies itwas a cpofy eal ch5nTei lu effect t twd mtivilrdded wlyiaa d I kavctokeii cdqI ytppia Cufe- d kayncveru1 auytiThg nxny Ai tit fll rae tS Rood that dicli Phyaic Gee Rcrog f Walt Couity Gai Bhg a pkviiis etaI I baViir prescJibed it andfound 3t to jive the beet teirI11ts If the fpoe yor ett ieiiiaii s nndi iated in your MQIItC decaV there and poisons the ayateia You can prevent this by- jdieting the food ttit ea starvatto- iCdo1DyspeaCe j dissplv what yttat Yci neetiiffet m neither H f tafvatipa The worsi ciied eya jraUtV Aaytoa ertiti g i whIyoa feel ac oId coMmilig on i4ik doee of Pn r Wecey irid Tir 1t neyer tj toSt 4G cold If tkn Ii ti ie Wod Wimiit i p Wuy f- A trdottSloch op ppeafance and in action wt qne Jhat Iravvlsd frona L Texas across Glklahboia and In p4U territory ita May 1869 A taan IP SberrnaBj OkliUbmi who id exCeptiO41U oppiiLt1biLie9 for feb 8rviDgthestorm lriasniuch a sjM6 was caugit in it ani Joarried WVf ral hundred yards Before de ce d3ng to tuelearth again feels crtIfl tbtitJwas not funnel fcapd He skysof itvIc look It mdllk ajgreatibil orvapo- roI1ingOeL over towards me Wbdtt i first sUw it distinctly it was afcit Wl teerhapa an eight of a mil av4li Jl seerned to hp about 29ff yard away and lOt Iet motion wa3 thai of abailroolingVYer anti over jiot aspirai at d it came on ratbtr slowly paih4is thirty inlles iii UM Wu14tvI r ih balL ctuud f struoi as lifted off of the 3gruundj At iw bouse between the bill and ma and the c oid s emed t be- Jfoll of flina wafds and timbersj Wfcej5 thv Nil reiChVd Mrs Os t t i te fl1P t t nr IY it foundations 1ftj t a I 1 t pbUCSt open sf tilewtotI1 di e cl like an ex cL Ine corn arid 100 vf et1 on- sioruiiS path but wbeneverT- Jic bd t tiud the bighnrij IiktTCCCUflpMId nuinucopitche tmrrML ore tbrpt o ppe j colored nplotcnM nt wolle glands achini mtucles u1 inji boises tile litease is making rapid lieadwaw and jft irone ymptom will rjllOW Uflk5 010 bldpompJy Snt 4ectually cLeansed of tb olcut dmcv poison s S w ih i only safe and fafaljfcj t Hre for this r iscase the only antidote for tins spectfjc poison It carte th e WQrst cMe tbbrpugUIy and perslanenUy- jf fe Jn the lalt of lS 4tlKHtdf VCEiQ JTconlncted Blood j f i i t PoUo tried ttC gCI IW Wuc treatmeat4Mtime my IIt eItue out ulcer aueired In J t9niritt ti7 body maImot ipret lotc1ies IlJ Ito 1d a4ktIi1wi ondittotI p rIrftI1 again ws ot iJsr iiiu- ctagtgo1 ctei wbtdIthF SSa riwutIitrtI Erort CtIuwolbeI ort Itcieritrol tW io M and cer haled Twas mo Yte kn ipstI dictiI hutbr rvrinceW 1aLdcoz6tgobkviHe MtheonlypureJyi new ioo3 prooffhvtIt rrV pt pt other wtnera eTd fotttMe bookoiI j tre infonnatio abou wiih fall directioiis fOf nH- T cfisn noihinx formf4fr pfcf ic coj IL no rectIon 50ndaity IWIt cbir the iIkwthaL CORIIOVAul WaxIauiiflestre Tt44 tsiijecIor ttt ha with am- i4tS dLnInt are W7whvs is4q ofsr4IDA1Dthe OlunditreaIt Vrtlfrsrip ot the surfuce ge When tho cloud struck me I weit i quieiljr and Jjtie sensation was out Inbiljif iIeitsHtt but T came 9pwn nirdaniof although not seriously lojurerij OB the highway fcorth of Sber man iehce vfitet were torn down aqd poandqd Into toe hard sur ffcedff the roada distance of wo or three itcbps i i of iiTheJolntin this part of ettiisVlvania and gab08CI1AWhen attacked according tb the all outorii flies to pidceSi each pirt takTn t carerot itself A bark pelerat ioatkedy ay nd id bisdt r1iriur ent it1tjrpk641lrup eachjscction t k set In Ithdlng aaiffeVreiltdirectfdn Idea course ian hour in returned the same way and wa utterly u lbriazedCeptthet air piece not After waiVtrig a few minutes be coul Sicw the tail comtdff to Joinj heri body tji king sharpy qjick liitle jerks uvx5inie nearer and near er until TUhju a few inches ofst the three quarter suaket when it a sudden Jump and bltcbed1rh on in ihe proper place with a fuss resembling the popping of a beapieces several times and each nje it came together again Be carried bs aniurferueot too ing by far however in thrdwidg the tail acress ihja creekjusi to see kekesaidpri to catch up but it never aught up The snake was carried to at he house wnerea newiail is be ttvnin to grow out to replace the other ope A man itwbokosaa 3S a head will grow on the de uched trunk aad there will be two shsnakesiusteSmoky Uollov letter to the Chi thagoThe Cosmopolitan has en see endedVudrbV timely obntributions to alle Imp rtantcintrovercies Frank jl11 Moss1 so welttrnown the Low ud Mazat iuyesigation ctutrb lites llMunlciple MIsgovernment aod Corruption A warnitjj to Patriots to the November issue iTh s considers aaeriOns diffieuity tt in a Way that will bd found in trestins noi only to New York ers but to residbtits of every in part of toe Unitad States ONE MANS LUCK Steered Intd ft Junior fi PartnershIpbby a Cbance qantr Speaking of taking In partnerhsaid a db yatown business man our junior wasyoil might say blown In on us anti I aw hlm started in our dttvcttan though I had rib idea of it t tiICTIUWjj Going down town one summer morn j lug oil a Ninth avenue elevated train sitting opposite to jue a y pung nwn who caught my faricy a substau tint earnest straightforward jooklng t dhpp whose oks I liiad tirat rate lieitwas reading a paper and presently tore off from his paper an advertise nient leaf tltat he didnt want and lbruwlt but of a window or tried to torus 1 matter of fact it didnt out jAj twist ta It caiiie along at Just that mo jucrit mid llew tliepopef back to fallfbti a vacant seat next to him hAnded bis eye and he picked up that part wbIcliiw had 4ust been trying to throwaway and iwgan earnestly to rt ad It apd ended up by fqldlng lIt carefully and putting It In his pocketeAbout four minutes after Id got In PhereAktanthat wo bad been waiting for Bome body tilL Our advertise ut for a man for Itwas in that paper Which T Tbadaway and which a Sjwt of wind by one ciiauct in a million or more hadLbItfown back upon hlu and In such a aqnbpfto l fiIsttteutloutsAjBiatterof fact I hadnt liked tbeyonug uians act of throwing the Itout of an elevated car wlrnlow dAtba would do might frighten horses and lead to no end of trouble and lou idf ditmnge but no ontr man thinks about everything and hed learn better abOut this I knew and as a matteaof fact i toot ills y9Hffg man on thc spot oA tty tfrst impresslous of bin He faV more than made good and in dnc course of time he Scathe into Jils LJuniorJ Woww Into if r l fort 9 j eerf dirNew York Sun I nrn wiieiutr d ini over tfierr fb evert all Ilia elth to his prp ksowtHge of the ways of l5a1lj rt r t WlM LswWa t is1 tire Jilf VrIirVpaci waes4o Ptmyed out Juid1 kept what be IiadIoit Times ANGOF1Si1iM ThEY WJIE loi ALl CONFINED Tft It TH E SEAS THAT ARE SALTY ts t arid e lihct1or11risbic iTrrt Wv el Speticis flaj Feire4 ike outhA lyaLrlou Mnatot That aiiaijl IttMiCkZIAt 4keS So far nsanj Ujingpr irrow tb g aiIefloj coacrjir L fnfsli Wnl pr llRliliiR has thwfvas any siortitliicOrd and tbwwatcJ llli Idas JtortV on record as tr rales3 and nounnisidflt But there lustancea now anti tbeu when the jlRUturns the tables The Jnhabltanl- sf fit psceola county Mlcb who live In helgbborlond of Lake tieprgo an Inlafiil water about three mlics longr Arealmost sui eiistltloualv afrtild of a o certain tlsb that Inlmblts that lake knows what sort of fish it is and lflIOp locally iIs divldiil as to whether Is a giant muskelluiige or n stmS ont Spearing parties Md and then axironed spclag t tery large llsh withbbeing able to strike It but no onefrgave cmliuee to the tAles until ont ght nctiiu tra i4 when jt j totpOrhliUenke spearing in churgi of au old real g sentArmstrong was the oiily one that rebInrned to xcll tile story He saRi this party was spearing In shallow water when they saw an enormous ilsh tliV resembled Unflvergrown pickerel Two the Chicago tacO Were standing lft e bow and iit first supposed the tish bo n log Then one saw hits mistake struck with all his itiight The tish Jumptfiough toIriiiel would have Ixch well but Tyj hung no t aud the tUsh gave a mighty flop tocangles with the boat 3he mn 13iilWat tin boat capsized and the riiOflb uii i tiieraselves standing li mud andm flter to helr Avaltfts 4iiThelightund the night bolnp dark anti n Ioudy tioi one Pf tbo party had nnyr of the direction tobc pursiiid Indreucuiug niiuii rise ittiahloir vdter wv pies a large part of tle lake and vy could wntider lii any direction Iihout being able tdtell wtiAh r orathey were uearitfg short Arid Btrpng said Afterward that nothing of tequal the awfulnoss of the apeaenee That followed They made their way In one direction pffer anoiHT and miidered round anti round going hell at Avny to thefr knees In mud atprpb J or5ethI drizzling rain began to tall iey were soon numb to thefli rrowp Then brie or tIle sportsmon without a word and uo one went to hIs lp Little by little the three that re mained Were separated Armstrong says be himself became unconscious after n time arid remembers noth that happened xintll he wits roused feeling wild grpund beneath bis et und finding that the water was ore shallow than it bad been Ho pt oriand tell upon the shore Then a bands and knees he crawled to camp and gave the alarm Search was be duco made tot hla companions and tlielrbPdres were recovered ince that jt time the big fish witb a scjnr on his back has twice or thrice beert seen by spearlug parties bjut they have passed by f t There is one species pf flab in the Bputh that la feared only little less than its salt water coiiteniponiry the ark This Is the alligator gar It grows Jo normpus size and hits a bill hard and bony arid much broader than e bill of the common gar of iibrtlierri waters One who goes out upon tire lakes of Louisiana arid Arkansas will them jumping and splashing like pormou batsflndlessg with minnows but have been nown to round up and tear to iecea ass which the sportsman has hooked Bathing In the lakes is considered dan gerous A negro was sitting In the stern of a boat on a lake near Helena Ark let ting his feet hang over the stern when gar grabbed him by one leg The man hung to tilL boat until rescued but his leg was horribly gashed The c llBb have been known t6 attack In like tnailner negroes who went swimming tb Mississippi below New Orleans One sprlng the Writer was Visiting ce plantation on the lower coaifsDf hq Mississippi when an old negress came walling to tire boise arid said her boy was dead He badd ecO Tjlaylng at the fidg of a bayou and was lying on the bank extending kiscame with a rush and grabbing the into bbewOtergun was standing near watching for rlceblrds He ran to the bank Thef fish found It had undertaken a bigger t task than It could well manage dud a betweentiegaruqdhot the Ush hut the child died before could bo taken from the wdteR New York Times TB RIght oft DftfBft Tn the fournc of a irlal on English Judge U reiwrted to have said The isi laws of God and mafa both give the party anopportunjty to make his de- tflseIf he lidx any rfmember to nvebcard It ob pned by a very learn man upon sucb alt occasion thatijiIt wen hod hlmwlf did not pass Senbfpnco upon Allan before be was called upon to make his defense Adamb kays Godwbpre art tliou Hast thou pf the tree whereof command d thee that thou bpuldrBt not eat nd the sauie qucatlori was put to Era alno AN OVERWORKED PHRASE e ExOre fi1iiiiantsTho expression he took his llfeMh a hands always struck me aa being ery foolish said a Ijrlght young gen kman and I have often wondered Why so taany pereous persist In using l when they want to Bpeakof extrao lnary dangers Now extraordinary danger If one thing and the simple commonplace thing of taking Pnes pvn life inones hands Is an entirely dlfferv eat bIthing team engine and mnmmotli boiler Jn the basement Whtmevir I enter that building If theyf are running the loeugine In the basement I take my life i my hands I get qn the elevate ethe fifth floor I take my life Kr my inuds I go out of town the cardmay tunUHe over a trestle Bpniewhcrc t walk aiPng the street a sa may fall bii me I maketny way across the tobroughfare wJio knows but what astree car ti veahjcle of some sort may uot run medowrt I cross the rlv j cr nay 1 not suddeiily Jefd aayselt the swirling strOanc and aluklag for the last time if f walk along the stnut may not a briclt or a loosened cornice como craahlntr jri thur flnvsV r wiirid bot or two e tpruer may not a stray bullet wing e Anti so oa- uPcjM48d i r No Logic TlMt8 art f js ftlMtlrr the dlffereace betwe tng ones own life ones hand the matter of confrofetlstf Vxtrapr 4luaiy lan cr Tle rlks are odi naryi plain old everyday Vlsks Tlwr Jlreman who dashes lath tufiilajf building to rescuea cbttl tbe ftUotfr ho grabs the bridle of a runaway rse the hero who wilt plunge Into e river to savb seare persoa Who Js about t04lrown jtb BearcJthc persons ho confront jfrhat I would call ax aorilinary dangers ianti1 the ffprii platliude of saying of one of these he took lila life ta his hands wopld not the case bwau pthre Would be In- Oct an element of jheroism which would place it muchJabovo the coni mpuplace Sew Orleans TimesDem ctat HOYTS JOKE ON MKEEl Won the Flarwrlicat RaA a kit of IH With III Manager On one occasion Manager AIcKee as watching performance from a ox where be was seated with some lCnds J DUring the first net intisher came Win with the Information that a entleman was rwa It Ing at the door e tihu on inost important business Iell lilac I cant comfr out Im very usy was tile answer Tlie usher returned a mbmerit to saythnt the man insisted on seeing MrMcTxee who again sciit out word that It was Imposslbio 1o see him The man outside then sent in thd message that be was an author and bad a play tba the wished McKee to read Imriiedfateiy This Incensed the manager1id said the ushen Tell that fool put there that this Is time to brIng ajpjay beread ahim out of tire piaceii wont Jseti im I wont read hlarpiay A few mlnutesLlater the nshercame ack audj Jnfgrtned McKee that the 1hsure that the manager woul not nly ead his play but he would als5 pro uce lU andadded thatie wou0 bet 1000 that rioyt McKee wburdbe only too glad to get the play At that McKee becam furiously ngry and excusing himself to bis party left tim bqi vlth jho Intention personally inviting tile persistent to begone Wheres that idiot wbo Insists seeing me be asked of the treasurer the box office TireS the treasureb ointed to a man standing lu the shad w with a roll Of manuscript under is arm Jit wits Hoyt tvltb hIs newly finished lay which be handed to UcKee vho said to those present Its on mi whatU yoahave boys New York Clipper Odors That Permeate PoodmtBlfii A llsh denier in oqe of the most styl ish parts of New York was deeply hurt oiid badly werrledoiie day by the com plaint of one of his big customers that line salmon which he had sent to the house for a big dinner bad proved to entirely uneatable when served ow ing to a most penetrating taste of cryo BOte that pervaded It The fish dealer realized nlthflugu the charge was riot made directly that he was more than suspected of having sold a stale fish hat had been washed or brushed with an antiseptic preparation to bide its condition He knew that tire salmon bad been perfectly freSh when he sold It and for days he puzzled In vain over the problem But suddenly he remem bprcd that oa the day tire fish was sent oiit a tank Wagon full of creosote mid topped before his place and that hit cart into which the fish was being placed was directly alongside of tie- towerfulstufT That appears to lave etn enough to permeate tlie delicate esh of tUe fliih New York Press Wooci Morpbein With Picture have found a cure said a pfiyuli clan for a person who Isnt chronical ly uffllctjd with Insomnia but fwho temporarily cannot sleep It Is a curl ous thing that tire picture of a person ya vvuing will almost Invariably Induce sleep Try It yourself some time If yoc onic across such n pliotograph For tue ilfe of you yOu cant help yawning after a moment and pcrslstcut gazing at the sleepy head will almost lueyita Uj send ou to the touch for a nap New York Times Striking a LIKTit With a Popitm The Inhabitants of tire countrloa bor ering on India have their own fntth bds of making fire A Burmese mes enger recently brought a note to an English otficlal and tjie latter observed BoiyctUlug resembling a boys popgun anging by the meK tngera side Cu riosityprompted him to ask tire native What It vis and ha was surprised to find that It waaa machine for making ireSThe native exhibited tire apparatus and cxplalm lire working with a practical iU uiou audfitteilrr was a tube closed nt one end with a piston At tire end of the piston Ivfan a groove or cavity smeared Wltli waxY which was used for making thread or Intianutiable material adlure to it The tinder tokerpthe old uhme presswl on the waxwhen u light Is requlriHl oud Ufnot kept then always Placing the wisp of cotton on tlid wax the natjve lstrtrd Uw tightly fitting piston In the tubCv then forced tt along thCjlatter by giving ltn sharp iow On jlti drnwiugthe piston the cotton wax found to be aUght having een Ignited bythtVpncuRsldri with the compressed air Pearsons Weekly GuUot Titters and Olimarck One day I was invited to IJUUIT with the Count of Euzenborg at the real dence pf Print You Bismarck in Bee Ilri Tho count a former charge daf In Paris was a great collector of autographC rtAftfr a Yepast ihe count exhibited h shfit pf paper pa which Gtiizot and Tillers tad alllxod their slguaturcs MrTsvery Interest Ing said rPrlnctf voh niRmnrck Ak iov ine to show xhls to my wife Slit was sIck In bed at that tinuV In a few minutes the chancellor returned and returning the siret of paper to thfr dipIoJuat from AVurlteniberg nddcdxi bopelliat I did not siwjl it y writing sonilthlris on Here oh1otya what was written on the paper Mr tons life bu tioxlit Thptet It BKcsurr forgive goo3 deal and foiyctnothing 4kA Utile forzrtfcftn do nqfdlmlnlih lie erily of orgivrnfts t TRIM life len liusM nSliiit Iban i Bfrat eit to forget and a cretl deal lot wlilrbiiu bt orjrtTtn y BIELtc2 BeYlInFreie Press The follow wlibnevVr ataytbtnjc f lmportaiHTlo ay aiwayj majiagea to say ftlbiiehtlilla Keebrd Kdoi flysp Cv- rwt I e iiy Ce SOrgii 9tb TIn vsmMle cftsitino o- fthniosI 4iairt ted1- w r1wit ccrtain U aI M4iiiihirs U3rluiis n4j t Ir r eiTarftieet are ant yt iliicetohnted toft Icrliiips not even lift Severest 1httapbyfiklau will tViir lccou t for iheiu rroftf8Jor James reraniifs tia Jioir sonlotljlngwriikli we have tried 1w vaIn Id nfalfTFtll afterwardl wlfen vp hate given np tinS mteiuut saunter qfo tbejnilnd as Emersoii says as Juno ccntly tie 4f It luitl never been sutia latoned AgalB b gone experiences will revive lifter yfcrs of oblivion often as 11w result ot some cerebral disease or lied dent i Such tk Case js tire tone quoted by- oleridge pf a young woman In Get inantIm ccclii Thitlser reOd nor write bin who was said to bo possessed of d ifleVll because in a fever she Was heard tnying n Latin Griek and to an ob scure rabbinical dialect of Hebrew Whole ages of her talk were written ivlown and were found to consist of Biintencgs intelligible In themselves but uot baying the slightest connection With tjff anotheY To say tfirit she was possessed of a devll was the ensIesV- way pfvrieeoiintlug for the matter Atiapt the mystery was cleared up bjja pliyslclan who traced back the grIs history tuitli elenthtd that a the age bfhlne she was taken to live atthe house of nnoidpastora grunt jFIehrtw Rdiolar anti that she remain ed there until tire pastors death had for yenta the old mans cus torn to walk up and down a passage near tire kitctfen and rend Id himself Juh loud Volfr HlsIwolis were examinc1 nntl among thehtjuiauy of thepassagps taken down at lice young womans bedside were Identified The theory of demoniacal ppjiKesjjion was abandoned Youths Cpnipanfob HOUSEHOLD HINTS Ms fefpve blnckIhg with n little am mould to prevent It burning off VV tt akettl should uever be allowed to Rtpnil on tire side pf the fire with a mullquantity of water In It A rote potpourri is rootle by packing Afresh rose pejnln In wilt jv layer of the peals jtbeu a layeV ojr snit and keep lug heni covered for felt months w A cPttveniept subRtlnitfefor a cork scrowr when the latter Is not nt hniid may be round In tire ust of n comuibn fcercw With an nttnched string to pull thetork a For jnk stains on furniture Odd six dropsof nher to h tenRpoanfttl bYiWAte Otinjily4ttO the tiiiiwIthi nTcutthe er Jf tlip stain doesjuot yield tirefirst auplicatiop makeHSstrqnger and repeat tire proj e Stains on fllwrwnre reqnlreprpmpt attention otherwise It Wtij3fe a long time to rernpve them Sulphuric acid wHlrempVe the stain left by meUlcItie Dip the ppoon In the acid repotting thee process until the stain las disap peared then wash In very hot watch Diluting lea Few hOusekeepers remember an they should that when It Is faetcRsary to5 dilutestrong tOn It should be done with watpnat tire bplllng point The poor flavor of ten made strong at first and then reduced such an Is too oftenserv ed at receptions and at homes Is usually caused by the addition of hot not boiling water to the first Infusion A lesson In this matter may be had from the Russians who serve the most delicious tea In the world and who pre pac it flrst very strong tanking It al most aacsKence ofma This In diluted to the strength Wished with water kept boiling In the wunovar This Vrator lsiiot allowed to bull and re oH but Us rtnewetl as neetltnl Fr iJily balled water Is Insisted upon Li all coiluoIsBeura In teamaking Ceiling and Ventilation Hooius with tow ceilings or with cell hugs eveu with the window tops are susttptlble of more perfect ventilation titan thosp With high ceilings In such ifooms tire leakage at the windows Which Is constantly going pta k ps the air in motion throughout the room wherea lf thee celling Is higher only tta lower part of the air Is moved find an inverted lake of foul and hot sir Is left floating In the space n bovc the window tops This lake under the lOw of tiff fusion pf keeps actively at work Ibullng the fresh currents circulating beneath It tLnnaevltr of TrUb Peasants It Is curious to notice the greijt now bar of centenarians whose deaths are recordedjn the pfflclal returnB pf Irish rural districts As anInstance of the longevity jof tied Irish peasant It may be pointed out that the death pf per sons upward of sIxty years of age rug Istcred In Connaught last year amount ed to over per cent of the entire deathS of the province 500 Worth Free rREC HOME TREATHEHT Eafema OMgoni Pad Mallgaaat Ulcers ScreflaU YarloMelUIoera mitak poriUielj cared plntplcsosfacefrom a germ lad all skin disease are germ dir ascs can positively be cured with Banner man Germicide Soap We guarantee toeui any of the above dlstaitai with the use of seep alone or we Will refund your money The most marjreloBS remedy aad cnrayve power of the age Ties action Is such aa to cause imme dUteuaproYement aadwill ease in from there to Ore weeks the wont Ko mother shoals be without a ke ot Dnnermans thepeikteIAuthe head stomach and heart and in fact dt whichIsthe OenUoUrteanr orrau thk soap has never kiowa to fall ft will cure For baby taa t thetidaamoKTtsec T Wectre full hnrroctloulwlth ear tree trial treatment and dizmWi enough soap free to thatcnuthe privacyof your own home without the aa noranceoi Yisuin the doctor owl the koowl edse of t ruelxhboraaml merndt tagjtmnLtillr William Sanaerman I have bees troubled with ecsetaa for the put three years I hare tried ererrthlac could get ao I was recommended to rouraoapwh1chIdidauditkascrt4seeen WeIy I nnot praise it esough and klbly- recaaead It to anyusttroabled wlt ecze VetlIraIYtra Xii WiuIeid Scott atoieburgPaTltgoco for pUet iBtenaai extersal or other rectal diss es our nppoMiOt7 is aaasa1ied veyef faUiagtotsretaewontorpUeaisfro x so efatapgaoaL We ai furslab a free trial tnatmeatof this wosdeyful remedy kadwhea fnLtreatatM take we Juve ererkBowBU faU W4UTX TODAY if you waat tot well qnkkly write to tie iaMMrsaaa isiMltate to dak 8i Chk v Is UL aeM ten ee U te statat for post ire aA we wBl seed yea free a tetal lurttrtrtt track titm oar Ubaratary We c1te yoa aothiaffor the trial IreataMMt k2ye4thatwe ntrtatca thatAte k11ssst hare the merK claimed Tar a4 wl titreyow the tow price we ehatfe fa4dUfiital b atm ai will aoeat aotWsf cMto veMt yea wilt rt e Is rats- earn bANNfXMAPI I5TI11T1 317ltk1tr i Sdteolft a tAtasi4 JRIJi Buy fit wluit lee called rc lwt stoppedk14dAY IeWebe mit his room to seek est bqmtbuntl that the adjoining room was cfnpleil y K company of fasblon aMejittd rich yonag sports tof Portland who li did Hot takfe hiM long to dis cover were i Mjiwt tn Interesting game of poker foriilgtastakes In In dId he try to lletp Be could not so and after au hoar arose dread himself and kpocke oR the doer macandy 1t wa4aDe but h qulred politely tint aI Uiywwl wt let liini sleep would they Ietireease in ami iwatcb lie game They did so and Were impressed with the fcppearance of the man and asked lit Yfonld join then If yjpn wltt post tner but yoct know Im a tenderfoot east he Vr plled They were willing to post hIMj aiid playing awkwardly making blurs ders and asking questions Tint seem rigly greatly Interested be continued to play until daylight wben he put hli winnings some 1500 In his pocket I thank you gentlemen be said and Im ratherglad you Would npt let me sl ep Ill be here until totaorrow so kOp me awake some mo e But itbe pinyers did not appear agalh Detfolt Free Pres BorronlHB bsVftlta ot Poets On Tennysons liablt of falling to recognize clearly his bwn borrowings trontthe classical poets Mr JJing ob serves that the poets have always had kind of regal indifference tt their own lighter productions Mh tang says Scott did not care6o not when he found that lie had unwittingly tnked it line trota a poem by the valet of a friend In the preface tOa little cal leptlbn tof jrersca from the hqvels bS frankly declares thaik he qannot pretend to becertain which are of lila own corn po ltionond which are not Tp take an example from the level at the foot of Farnassus I once read In an American paper tome lines aU trlVtited to Mr Austin bobsod Not lad for Dobson I said freely to a friend But it was provedJon me that the rhymes were my owril 6Arbardwbo forgets his own verses may be par done for remembering those of other people and mistaking a half line of somebody elses for his oVn I dart say that TennysOn did this occasion nlly but he could heartily say that the silO sets without being accused of uo coDScIccs borrowing Greek and Roman Stove Warm as Greece and Rome anti feypt Ore stoves were made there J3fjidm and misty vistas of the past lt was not just the pattern tsed at present tint trs a metal basin In which charcoal was burned It WtlD the middle of the room and as there saltIng smoke was of the slightest no opening Ia the root or elsewhere was DQcessdry The same Implement still ailed by Its old Qreek name of bra fcier is now employed in many portions of continental Europe where It is cUll I eti for heating as well as cooking But the progressive Romans 1m iprbved on that and made a hypocaust ilt was the germ of the present fur uace It Ivan made under the house In 4 little cellar prepared for it anti the beat was conducted ttf the rooms rind baths through crevlccsleft In the floor kind lower portions of thee walL Later flues were provided conductlpg heat to any portlqn of tile house In some of the out Roman villas In England the remains of these qld time furnaces art still found 6rlffln eir tbe Clearing Ro e In 1T75 the bankers of Tendon rented a house In Lombard street and Qtted it with tables And desks for the Use of their clerks as a place where bills notes drafts opd other commercial pa per inlght be exchanged without the trouble of personal visits of employees to all tire metropolitan banksv lins far tickets were used and by means of this simple plan transactions Involving many millions were settled without a penny changing hondu The Bank of England and every other important bank In tondon are members of thcs Clearing House association The first clearing iioxtse In tile United States was established by the assoclatea banks of New York ia ItBi Hot RffereteeIl Rfrs iilram Aad have you any ret erences Aopllcqnt No mum Ol toted em up Mrs Hiram In surpriseJ Tore them up How foollsUl Applicant Yrx wudnt think so mum If yez had seenbetnirom Leojr There s a belief prevalent in India that If n man be sleeping ho matter1 where and a Sbeah Nag come and sit beside him with a hood spread over lire sleepers lace thee latter Is sun 16 bt a son of fortune Popular tradition assigns the saint reason to tin rLf of Haida All of Mysore from a common sldler maul Judge Metirla On one occasion In trying an abduc tldn easeS Lord Morris once chief Jus tlco of Ireland addressee the Jury ns follows lam compelled to direct you to find a verdict of guilty In this case but you will easily see that I think U Is a trifling thing which I regard as quite unfit to occupy my time It hi more valuable than yours At any rate It Is much better paid for Plod there fore the prisoner guilty of abduct which rests wind ye on four polnt9 the father was not averse the tuother was not opposed the girl was witling and the bojrwas cpnvaynlent The Jiiiry fotrnd tire prisoner guilty rind the judge sentenced him tp remain In tlie tick till tire rising of the court Hardly herd he deliveed sentence than Burning fo the sheriff Lord Morris said Let us go acid looking at the prisoner be called across Ihe coutt 1Marry the giriat once and God bleU you both iMnijnppies come Into beanng tntiat IwaJI wijeji jhe plants are four mouths bid and bfpr In abundance forbears JLettupe cnfl4n planted at any time jandU bevelops qulckljr Thee same iIi true of cvfery v MnttirnitTras If very beWnew i hat prand xbedidlne Dr Klflg1s New L1M jPilTs Is wrUi si D LL 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