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CATOUCCXUCRb n t L t PasterII li J tlli MtYd1ckg caasc ra 11iIL 4 I JaTIX ltF MURCRo cakr4 pur SecyIcei IIY J ck t a4IJ L lff = j Jr led lt it lCkJ t g k 0 Czs4 NeS r- c t ijl FrYtrr 91nmiiiK JW 52 aect ea1 I W pti J T WJMeet I W r M e1 I tS x LACE WL Tiax Nd WI S4L 4g1it1i- p a iVfi io rn t Ut J Y E IcdeiaILTe3I11I tq r sqE11 tilL J IrtbII4tLi 4IMT14 I1 liiu IIJ1 kliiiJ I W iseWs bk I4IIs M 7441 J2I- t st I44 tiIr i flhiaiMw tiN t aI hlIsws s ee Tey- q I 4tS t i the e 1iiigI ae iI M4sc k tk4i r jlHHHHHiifiii fiNfifiWWfilaui fa ROUND Of TfltK r 1TItfwtTt IWlua Rooty wrote a bitter line Bert rJUnian not to diu uoiib Carolina struck a ga1tt 1ltwi 1 KIM apon urculhar door FI ckwitk Bookrr If you want to I doat want to any nioro All in vrotneu aud the men iMjiaracketiBcforBeu ep pu crying day and night VOH tail t KIn tbat word aw-ayYRalte tpeech ia Char lMt9l Capt 8lMa oa our eellar door Iek with Booker If yoqjrant to W donl loTejroa any more FnTattler x IIeOtereetedaswellasthecitizenaof the town havebecome thorough freenraldelivery froojs efforts are being made to idt least two routes Petii tions are out for the routes lead through the McLitire neigh Dorhood as well as that through the Simms and Pleasant Run community Although the es abl2ihmentof any of the routes Hby no means a certainty as t there are several prospec e applicants jf or the position of carrier For the benefij of those who hive opposed the idea ol1 mail routes on the pretended iThi that It is a schemth give more Republicans jobs we give regulations governing the manner of appointment to the position of carrieiv In the first place the regulations set out specifically that political qr re glous affiliations of applicants shaltnot be given any considers tion Whatever nor shall political endorsement be received or en tained TJie merit and quali a ons of the applicant andtheI good of the service alone shall be considered A carrier shall be irea to pass an examination show that he is I able to read l1dowr te and to answer many 9 ipns relating tohis physical condition past Experience etc He must also show that he ppasesses necessary equipment for the seryicenamely suitable horse wagpnpr cart or to satisfy the agentthat heis ableto pro vide himself with same Thei paypf a carrier is fixed at 100 peryear for each live miles of route with filOQ additional forI withjfJjQO pejryear proI1Ubitlng i on tocco which w s offered In the Kentucky Legisla ture appears to have met the fate f several hundred other bills thtbodyiibiting the Use of poison to kill the tobacco worm which is the source pthalf the tobacco grow 8rstrouble would be a hardship on the tobacco man but some such step should be taken to stop the reckless use of the deadly drug Pass green or any of the other poisons which are used to spray the growing to bacco during the season of the worms ravages when used in telligently results in no great danger but the trouble is that about onehalf of the tobacco tajsers do not exercis Any in telligence or caution whatever n the matter A small quantity of the poison carefully applied and at the right time will be made just as effective in the ratter of killing the worms l ann poisonqever it seems that the majority of tobacco growers are too care less or indifferent andthe result is that something must be done pOiSQniiig1If1 ckyLegISlatur1d 11 and the measure will be buriedl in the mass of other bills whichl will never rdach the light of dar inthe closinghours of the session i 414 l HERE ISITYBy the war speaking of the LegislaJ lure and bills it is to be hppep that the bill to place Springfield l in the eijtiesi flhettitifh class will ntt be sriiptber d in the sbuffloi lheliHsthe rd of it is i raJportedti nI legislators to do s mhng and there arViSO many other matters t of greaier magnitudq to be attended tothutlhe little classitica tion bill may geUost jit wa- nouncedsbmetime an ago that our own Mr Representative Alfred Dohpney was looking after it Well Alfred hasnt made much cUIitllsincehel bad his picture in the paper onco but letshope that he has been workingquietly for theintere ts- fo old Washington county and Springfield and that well see theI effect ot his work yet indueI seasob t1 IB IUmIgives every promise of continuing during the spring1 anchsummer Quite a number of buildingH al ready under construction will be pushed t0 completion just as soon as the weather will permit Among the new business houses under contemplation Is one tQ be built on Main Street opposite the Opera Rouse by the Masonic Lodge afc this place The fount d tion for thIs building has already beep completed having labeenBarber who originally intended putting a 11ev hotel on thp spot Since Mr Barber secured aJ llocation for his hotel hie has sold the llot and foundation to the Masons It is understood that thnew structure will bea three story modern brick and stone structure Work on one and possibly wo hotels will be pushed this summer and if the plans to put in an ice and cold storage plant carry Springfield will be a busy place and a good place for Workmen tisyear A GOOD THING German Syrup Is the special prescription of Dr A Eloschee a celebrated German Physician and is acknowledged to be one olithe most fortunate discoveries in Medicine It quiclijv cures Coughs Colds and all Lung troubles pf the severest nature removing as it does the cause ot the affection and leaving tbe parts in a strong and healthy condition It is not an experi mental medicine but has stood the test pf years giving satisfac tion in every ease which its raqidly Increasing laIR every season confirms TJTO million bottles sold annuallv Bosihees German Syrup was introduced m the United States in 1866 ant Itisi now sold ia eveiy town and village in the civilized world Three dpsss will relieve any or dinary cough Price 75 cents Get Greens Special Aim anac Rows This We olTwr One Hundred Dollars Reward tot any caSe of Catairh that cannot n caied by Halls Catorrh C lire F J CHENEY A CO Pruv Toledo O JVe tho Und8f8I ned have known F J CUeney for the last 15 yanrs and hove pith perfoctly lionorable in nil mess tn iiartIonil and financially nblo hJItheir linn WEST A TTUAX Vhole nlo Druggist Toledo 03- WALDINO KIVNAN tt Whole salo Dru glatfl Toledo O Tiactingcous surfaces of the uyu terrf Prlc 75c pet bottle Sold bv all it- l ISa1osmenWantocJ r I am in need iof a fewIi reliable energetic men t p actiS wy assist ants fur the buleul nursery stock Pre infcessaryf1j W YC GRANT Columbia Tenn RawlOc Inflamed Lungs Yeild rapidly to the wonderfnl cural FoleysiHoney aiii Tar Itpeveat9pneu i h1rdlil fTlnisatti Kdi Dypa 0Ilisit wtlat t j bebanon localsI 1 From the Enterprise 1 John T Ward tnd M1i J t ttiP- iHu lit rlt1 OtpHi elilH llast Iusiy ffcw uimi cii meV audtplitd to th tjuunf rJ ierk- faiiciiirrrr a trrbtgePTl i ktira1i UI4u1 polite wat IUhr net tbt YIl11llfoutlc tht b lorv lie could iauotI- ipler4 tHe bruiA uld hv td aigut1Lperi vo Tti yoiuiir ayt quluidyf answurHii but I tin no ut rr age lamonyr tVqniy yhtu the Ulerk saitf t4msoiryhtIf I cannot issutf thti license poei dissapointment uf the yingicouple was very reathut they bad started Jut un marring bent and concluded tp go on to Knpx ville Teen where the hoped to oe able to get the ceretnonyl performedmaking them man ann wife performed 4 Clarence Shipp who was ac quitted last weekoftho murder of Richard Hord nnd Dave Allon was tiinrrloa Tuesday to MISi Marietta Clttrence dishis bride is the daughter of Bob Shipp The couple are firstscousins Marietta P dhIlpothe defense in the late trial and to S trhippLute Monday afternoon toe residenceof Mr William Walker about a half mile from St Mary wa burned to the ground This property was formerly owned by tthe late John M Russel and was a very large and valuable build g Flames were first seen pouring from the roof out no- neo seenrs to know how the fire got itv start Nearly all of the furnituro and other 111he Old goods were saved Loss is between C2000 and 3000 Makes Weak Women Strong 1 have ttaken your Remicks Pepsins Blood Tonic I know it to be tbe bast tonic ever Ksod It will make every woaic woman rong Icanuot pnisa It eiitJKu Mrs O D Pickering Olney 111 FQr sale by Haydon and Robertson For The Complectlon The complection always suJfers from bllliouBness or constipation un- lessl the bowes are kept open the im purities from he body appear in the form pf unsightly eruptions DoWitta Little Early Risers keep the liver and bowels in healthy condition and re move the cause of such conditions C E Hooper Albany N Y writes I took DeWitts Tattle Early Riacrfl ifor billiousness They were just what I needed I am feeling better now than iu years Nerer gripe nor distress Safe thorough genuine The very host pills Uaydon Robertson foleys Honey And Tar Cures coughs and cold Cnres bronchitis and asthma Cares croup aud whooping cough Cures ho rseness and bronchial troubles Cur s pneumonia aud grip De Ire- Prince L OulsviIlc Henry of Prussia stdp ped in Louisville for ten minutes Sunday night on his way from Nashville to Indianapolis During that time Mayor Grainger de livereda short address of vel come to the Prince the Geuman singing societies song My Old Kentucky Home and a mass of beople estimated at 15000 cheer id lustily for the visitor He fas presented handsomealbum pontaining views of Louisvihe as appearledastic reception given him in LouisvilleS rLoCIJ2 From Cobwebs Jobxroba put on a cut lately gave a worn an lockjaw Millions know that t e bet thing to put on a cut is BucUlens Arnica Salve tho infalable hetiler of Wounds Ulcers Sores Skin Eruptions Burns Scolds and ODiyIstore Joints Like rusty hinges are among the couJequences of rheumatism The sufferer can moyl knees and elbows but the effertmakes him wince He rejoices when a good rubbicgwith Perry DayiaPatnJdUer- bringa1reedom l LiOhtning Prodf Remarkable Incident i4jJpfI of Ueptha wilSon i BLIfitjNtio Washmglxin County contain man who vere itnot for the facttljat heels a plain eVerydAy armei and averse to any public notority might make lila for une xhibiting himself as a Mk Jeptha Wilson whose lilrenss appearsherewlth isi what migat be termed a human lightning rod and he is perhaps he only piitnOn earthhO has been str ickjwith the full force pfa bolt of lightning and has llived t0 tell ih0 tale The remarkable incident of Mr onJune24ihWas duringbne of those summer jshowers wlhare always Be jcompaiiied by more or less thun er anft lightning Mr Wilson jwas ntwQrk on his farm on Prathtrs Creek and when thei form jame up took refuge un er a large e I hose spreading Ibrancjes and thick foliage at forded good protection from the train tHe had been in this shel erbut a few minutes wKen there was a terrific crash and Mi Wil son was knockedsprawling and apparently dead several feet away from the tree After lying JEPTHA WILSON unconscious for several minutes the stricken plan was finally able to arise and discovered he wag not seriously hurt He was however a sight to behold The lightning bud struck him as Mr Wilson saysjustj where his galj luses crossed in his back and from that point down every stitch of clothing had been striph ed from his body His trousers were torn intoribbonsand lay m a heap on the ground and both shoes were cut from his feet as if by a knife Tnemetall clasp of a small pqrse which was in a pocket of his trousers was found several feet away randmelted as if it had passed through a hotj fire Mr Wilsons body from the ceiterOf his back extending iin two diverging lines one down each leg was scorched as if done with a red hot iron Aside from the temporary shock he had escaped unipjured and proven himself like7 unto the Jeptha of biblical famewho is spoken of as almighty man of valor In fact Jeptha has gone Ajax one- better and has withstood the lightnings shock Mr Wilson has th0 shops and some of the clothes stijl in his posfission bearing the ijnarks pf the lightt nings fearful power Jeptha Wilson was born in An derson county September st 1844 and iib a son jfpf William Wilson In 8pl he enlisted in the Unionj army in Company A Fifth Kentucky under command of Col Jr S Haggard In the army he also showed the wonderful stamina of which his made cessfully recovered from attacks pf measles whooping cough and small pox and minnie ball and cannon shells posessed no terror at all fur him And he came out of the wajr unscathed He was honorably discharged from thei army at Nashville in February 38Cq add came backto his Wash ingtonicourffcy farni1where he has since reside Mr Wilson beleiv s that he can tand more electricity through his body than any man living qnd he would probably Ibe a difB0ult subject to electrocute 1J A few years ago there came to Springfield Titha circus one of j 8nEilectriqbatterywhofor allow any one to grasp iini each liand a metal l handle and receive at5Siiicll Uiemachineregstereu tb jountpf electricityor the number vOltstheperson could trythisi thehandlesppera tpr to turn her loose The man gradually turned bn the current until nearly the full force was On but Jeptha never iUnched He did not feel it The owner of the ma chins finally became alarmed after having turned on more nitntElIfusedtedelectricbatalways found iVdifficulfc to get a respectable shock from one The NIce OI Ffaftftin Clouds the happiness of the hoine but jv nagging woman often needs help She may be so nervous andrundown in health that trifles annoy her If she is melancholy excitable troubltd with loss of appetiti headache sleeplessness coustiIpation or fainting nd dizzy spells she needs ElectrlcBitters the most wohdersul remedy for idling 7omen Thousands of suffers from female troublei nervoys troubles backache and weak kidneys have used Itand become healthy and happy Try it Only 50c HavdonRobertson guarantee satisfactionS Could Net Ireitfce I Coughs colds croup grip bron chitis other throat and lung troubles are quickly cured by One Minute Cough Curt Qne Minute Cough Cure is not a mere expectoren which gives temporary relief It sftev aud liquifies the mucus draws out the ia flamaton and removes the cluse of the disease Absolutely safe Act at once One Minute Cough Cure wilt do all that is claimed font says Justice of the Peace Q Hood Cosby Miss My wife could not gettber breath and was releived by the first dose It has been a benefit to the eutire family Haydou and Robertson Dt fers of PiieimMla b A cold at this time if neglected ir lliable to cause pueumonia Which isso often fatal ana even when the patient has recovered the luugs are weakened making them peculiarly susceptible to the developement of consumption Foleys Honey and Tar will stpthe cough heal and vtreugthen the lungi and prevent pneumonia Sold by Wood and Wimsatt The Knocker An exchange hits the nail 6n the head when it sasIYou dont know You canf tell You may be on the list so dontI getgav Itthe town was per muted by ballot to banish ten of Its most desirable citizens we are sure we would receive a Idiot votes Did it never occur to you bar ypur name might ap pear on the list of those who Also Ran When you are swip ing your neighbors are striping you You don kDQWI You cant tell Thera is something to admire in every mm No1 man is entirely bad Did you ever think of that You are not much batter t1ian tne people with whom you associate So for fear the town will go toi vot ing and that you might be in eluded in the list of also ran can didates to be invited to take your food in your hand and get out you should not be so clipper in BOalawaging others Did itI t ever occur to you that the knock ingi habit grows on you like the whiskey habit Wen it does and if you are told that you are the biggest knocker in town you would get mad and wiint to fight Better be kind to yoir felllcw and just to your neigh hors The town will be here long after you are forgotten jjust the samtI I Recovered Jfeeck aid heartaf MeliuE1rJlroI commenced abbilttwoIyears ago for catarrah MyVoIca was lomewhat thick and my heariag Who dull My hearing has been folly restored anti niy ipeech has becdme quit clear i am a teacher IIn our torn L Q Brown Graingert O No comment IIc neeila1TrJal size 10 eatt fall size 60 cintsAtk you drnggl We mall U Kly Bret 66 Tfarrem St K Y tfolcys lfoneYMtr Till rHIn1zawr N rWai BihOpSIdiuSFrom the Lbnlstilleliiiei The twenty fifth anTilversryIi of thp consecration e Right- Rey John Iiancaster Spaldfng D D asBlshnpof Peoria Ill which is tto take place on May I will have a special interest for kentuckians aod in tact all Cataoiics tbiopsforbeing made and t will be a hpt IIpreeminII o ipopatOc Gionn111behas also written several books Jpf prose ands volume of apho rism His work In the Incture Jneld Is extensive and wherever he goes he attracts large audit wasmalnlyitbroughhi d 1LqxIsville FSchoolsity Washington There are 112000 Catholics in the diocese of Peora and 200 churches antie everywhere among them is feltw the influence of the Bishop in be half of education and goodcitia zensbip The Bishop is held in high esteem by all den rnibam Ilions Bishop Spalding is a decend ant of Benedict Spalding who came to Kentucky fromMarf land In17QQ settling at what was then called polling Fork ih Washington county The family has been prominent in tfeat idunty ever since In 1813 Ben edict Spalding son of the pioneer of 11790 owned all the land upon which iis now situated the city ofw Lebanon The famiy has had representatives in all the pom stitutional conventions held Ii Kentucky and ina1motery Legislature for 100 years Bishop Spaldings father was Richard M Spalding whose wife was Mary Jane Spaiding ThittterfdmitrcametoKnticky ii 1788 and settled jn Nelion countyand the Lancasters as well as thevSpaldihgs are prom inent famil1stQ this day Practical Starvlaf After UHiBga fetf JbotUes of Xe dot Dyspepsia Curemr wife rteelvei perfect and permanent releif frema severe and chrome caSe of stomach trouble aasJJt Holljr real estate insurance and loan agent of Macomb IlliBefbre usiBf KodolDisppihtCare she could not eat intense suffering She is entirely cured Several physicians and many medicines failed to give releif I You dont have to diet Eats good dou want bnk dopt overload the stomach Kodol DyspeoslJi Cure will always dJg tour fotjlfor yOts Hay dom and Robertson Lagrippe coughs yield quickly thyrenderfu1 0 curate qiialitits of Foleys Honey and Tjafr TIre is nothing else joit as goed W od Wimsatt Oil in Mercer Our recent items about orga niziug syndicate jto search fbr oil in Mercer have taked root ani though the plant is stilt Iin its infancy itba1the prolpee- tofdevelopinglnt I a sbubJf not a big tree THe first steps to wards organizing a company to bore for olE in Mercer have already been taken by promfnent citizeuS and it is lIkely that tie scheme will soon materialize and experimentall welt bored near town There are sacral prolluI sing sites in the county ariclv levy thousand spent in the effort milllOJII1forDemocrat irr HUa SICouys MywifehadadHIHaIidCLS for three years I piRcbaH tire bottlcill Ayerna Bth PraIlarge slat tad It cur4 kC ii pletelySJ H Burge K CIT Probably youl know of itfevei cough xc9fdtfpT i The medicine that has been curing the worltorI deep coughs for sixty year is Ayers Ghefry Pectoral ThASIN4NCLy be uje- mslPu IL If k this t lLIMe 1oJOATJaloo t 55 I WJI f fitly Settlers If 1V4ISWI I VIcIty Nelson county waa iMa ilia4ttL ttbIin hoJlorof GtMral homas Nllsot of VirffKa At that thme NIit CMle- mbracedall the IIa4wiiiiu- ded l cj in ikl1U i tf Wash gton Marion BrKktIriiS rayson DftviM flapee4cf jMeade ijarue Tayfor fuwlTpor tlonsOfGrdlu Bmllitt SjSJIartUiMcLea Whea Kentaekjr wu uiiiiHMl intoj the Unloa iii 17JitSSSfii to waw own rocpwrcHi llKliwd SSS If The first tuijrrMte to MM county camt IpRSi 776 and Mttl a wi iki B tfk OrkAtPojilar Neck te pre- te neighborhood efSAmong Them wart Cpsla IJa Rapier ahd Usi SOM AiiotiMr J arly settler wu WJfll4iiOSS ho settled Abbmt tw iriilec northeast of Bsrrtow f gi tract laid otIud ewsiprtaiH Iit thousand acrec The iaijii eat of Mr Goomea to putiWSibis property warn Uwt a eara Was situated upon iii whick af forded safft kiiic plMtrMi tne hostile ladiawB kMftcfa- Uimg spriir riz thro kaW s cavern the tMtrwee K wM4ek w fitted witk ittis an intereftiQg ptLac4 On one occasion the Iit iS attacked the Coomea failr SSiL they sought refund iiha IkpeeWi here they ratMi serMl e days the IndiA ia ur MM tiaae burning the cabta a d iirif af off all the bock At Mr Coomes death the la lAWM kir vlded amon his cDilHef Iwit has sinc0 paeeeil jbio1 s4ht- t ihanSs ThstCtwibksbV1 onit was kiowa a tIM cOiHre SPlace wiiedlfe Mrs Ajines Offlt V In 178Soeeigriise Cia to BardstowD amo c wke were Edward Howard a ds0 IpILancutjrreachiag here occapied tbetySin the eastern dI of t sfk The fasailj brqight witk Ma s- cowan4 f MrsShermilkin4uitroq 1ISSSthe cave Mr LaMMler srwards purckaeed laiad MAr Samuel Depot kpoii WiI Mal ivdanddii Iu 1905o1 and tr1i amois wssrIxSOasbot aid SIephO ss- They bOth came witk itefsraf- pibPatkers Qra80 a d Qiiiiis were French aadwl- munlty whick Ail tooVlrlOtH tbet- preseatsd thowi tucky llQ1 1 CaskotanGsbss m iIIj Himd a d settledt Iin nsijisei as Jewelers ftvd clock ineixta rsri Eioept in churek llM y wire seldioa Me 0IIII12 own doors wbere they li fmoet ezciisirely In aLia t They ooeupMd Utez IliQ rknown M tA Staadard r t NeIIcwa All persons baflrinf against tbf eeUtee W1NZL- ogadoir cscassL WSon to preeent the M UUUIItI proven to the III nrf jjrkht orHtorattorneyPSMsyesoutre S G Loirsdoo lieisiof Wiliiaat R T WM I iu4If bittUB e IOelatititwould js pifKlagsi Ifew Ksoorery tsumption theeittb wsuM sjtpieeee for i alwayei onv ea Mlady art Astksia tba+ lrisssV that bsils thSeet It wtabr drit t5 aaieotoa boss Is 1 hOtR tfMomplkiu Plir Bwfcebitis owse their MfVl bMltk ib it it ooacjiem siitseVM little ones frog Cmf wSOoui M Is tiyiy sj a Hilel for all 91 aia4l Luhl tOe VvSTrial boiUe fne al BsRoberteon Urs ib- ass AU 4 mgUU jettad tlw saoacy f5ltIIlatocure1LW Ovsye gttre Lion eabliozZSc MEADER DEyXRYTIIUSDAY StA YEAR IN ADVANCED JIPRIMGF1ELD KY I + f I4 DAViSON1Jr I r DlTOa Pt3LIsrnt ltitI ot vkeSInotices 10 centsptr r the frit imwrtion and 5 cemts lor iek ubcqntLasertlon a CiUsomfe andIdaths and political matter tti prllne t 1M work lli done at low rates but cast jjMjrtlM paid on delivery of goods 4 A3r erltsiBg contracts made on liberal l3r rt i5ift rIM ana resolultldns of respect 3 taper line S v l iaty Mgstates 250 Couaty OMcerapt tOQ District Offices JCOOi i THURSDAY MARCS 6t 1902 L The substantial yay iivwhich friends are responding to our cflfrsupport ith the effbrt tq S fbttilcl tip and make someim pOVQi1flth intheNEVSLDE iquit g ral ifyipg Ouririend Oxfe delinquent subscriber basff V v Ca on 113 frequently of late i y new found friendsj i1iw maj jwioimreil beginning torecognize Mfood thing have added their iw eilo tiur roll of honor Let t godWorlOofl a Prince Henry see is to have Motivated 4r tHe American people Saying made xfriends and aclmir e eri wherever he hag been lIe cMy stopped ten minutes inLou isvillehut was given a Trig ova tion The Prince 1S either a great ttjollier br is very much c pleased with this countrjforhe lias passed many compliments ons tJ America nd Americas t he Jeglsiattire shows sync I Ytpt ms of getting down to btsid IIsi nand several bills have iien passed The Local Option till is up1 as U special order with k a good prospect of being settled ij Thehiii to regulate s Investment companies has passed the House uiuidamte a numoer of other bills naTa enadvanced 4 1 2ARE tfJC EDALFOR AMERIQTW- Xme Bteweli Decorated iy Boyal I Order fSt Cecilia I J ifaneBlaiivelt the famous American eencert singer during ler recent tour broad was iho recipient a most tin wsual honor dt was tie medal of the Koyal Order of St Cecilia hIgh pris ed by musicians and Mme Blsratelt is themrst American as well as the first arptnanL on whom it has been bestowed Tbeoclcty of the Royal Afcademy of EL Cecilia is the oldest singing organ I jiatlou in the svcrld founded in 1583 r i loot utAtrma jun Him In 1897 Mme Blauvelt wqs studyIng 1fat ROme Verdis requiem was sung rtbo dlreQtlon of the ROyal Acad tOt St Cecilia Mme IJlauyeJt nniiing the soprano part with such sue litfes that Inst AriI when after U a v1eath jof Verdi the requiem was re patedslie was again engaged for the fcajt All the other rccltants were Ital Mademy10110ri the medal of the order which cqrrles with It t o additional honor of Jutting m1aD carved In a marble memorial lpnbo iyali oftbe Academy ot St cdIiaRl uome The orilyjther living t fi rMnvp5esslng tie nfcdal of the SoH f ricty of St Cecilia is Paderewaki II ff rzee 1eryf iiulgftllIDe NNI4TtI a14 da = hJ- raNews U r From The County o- fMappertln s A ont the County People f I as Reported by our Correspondents ij 2 r MOO ESVILLE News iis scarce at present but will however jot a loW itemsf JMr Alex Yates and son Edd are both convalescents i Geo Mullican was Ins Springfield last Saturday On business qt Missi Delia Virgin began a subscription school at Maud last week MrsNahcyMIlHica and the- nfautson of W P BqyaUy are onthe sick list Last Sunday being adis agreeable day but few attended church at New1 Hope Mr Charlie Sh han and Miss sMaggierep Pile at Simms last Sunday A gun was raffled off at AH Weakleys llast Saturday night Sid Grrigsby was the lucky man There was a car load of hogs and about 212 hogsheads of to bacco shipped from Booker last week J We are having March weatberI I in earnest Last Friday had storm but nothing serious hap pen d from jtr ApEd G Bobl Lt lost a vall uable colt one day last week Oliver Gibbons also lkst a Brie horse from fistula Mr John Stevenson sold his tohocco to James Moore at 7cts per pound It realized him over two hundred dollars I Porter Keightly with histtv o sisters visited Mr W P Royal ty last Saturday and Sunday TheY1lowllvetntSpringfie1 i Mr Andrew iiynch of Marion atcompariied by his Miss Kate visited Mr Lynch last week They all went oyer to Waddy and spent a couple of days there with their brother Mr Jerome Lynch They returned home Saturday Mr Mat Truax was called to Spencer cdunty last week bytbeI serious illness and death of his mother Mife Mary Truax which dccured Friday Feb 28th In- termenVthe t following day at flip Spring church cemetery Hew s accompanied by Mr Owen Bilis AsIwas traveling over the piker Booker to Polin the fotherdaytheyf onepf our men who went to Springfield a few years ago and got too1 tnijch ofCornjulceElej 1catneiOnffamiliar hymn 0 Lord take me as I 1Iitb repeated it sev eraltimes and ground up with Though I am in a hlofatix- iThat is what I think about th turnpikes llackvllo CoaJ Mattingiy sold 20 barrels of corn to W P Hatchett at 260 Dee Hiatt bought a bunch of 800 poynd steers of J4C Burle tof STellson county at 5 cents a pound Frans Brown of color sold combined 8 year old mare to Jamed Herrigan of Marion county at 7650 Bpble Mayes sold 2 sow Weighing each175 pounds to Tom SUeens at 2q ana bought a 20a pound sow df Billie Hpldmau at U Irvin Mayes sold an 8 year old horse to James Arnold of East Texas at6Oand bought a 4 year old horse of Prentice Mayes at 55t 1eIturnedwherehahas been teaching for the past three weeks in the Ash bury college in the absence off theJPrinciDal Prof Hughes W Pi Hatcnett our popuar trader aid liveryman sold a pair of tour year old mare mutes to- Ed Garrico of Marion county at 235 also sold a combined 7 year old horse to Robert Mitoo at60alsosoldOon 8 year old mare to Garfield Devine at 845 also sold a plug horse t6 John Vernon of Boyle county at 525 also one to Harrison Logueof Stewartsville at 30 also bought J 6 year old combined horse of Dr Ciosby of East Texas at 95 and one of Beard Wilhoit of Dan- vIlle i a6O Jandsold it to Bruce Keen near your to wh at 75 HIlisboropr x Johnnie Hines of Litsey called on his best girl here Sunday John Leachman bought o f tall ii Thomas SuthiBrlandi five shoats for 20 John Shewmaker loighta much Sow from James Sutto- nor25 j Miss Sarah Baker of Texas is spending a few days with frlend thisplac Misses Mjnnio and BetaM t inglyare yisting their Grandll father Mr Joel Reddicks Died on February 18th little Annie the three month old baby of Mr and Mrs LeeSettlej Mr Win Miller and brother Walter of bknville were afT S l Leachmans Thursday Anight Misses Rose and Annie Kelly and Mattie Begley of Fnwick pent Sunday wjth Mrs Julia Leachman M Will lieaohinan end Wife 0 Bloomfield have retnrnedj home after a visit to he family of Z P Leachman Rev W Ezra Sutherland and wife of Wayside are yisuiog the formers Falther Mr Thomas Sutherland1 t POLIN Mr John Kavs continues very Hi Vr V Mr Charlie Mcllvoy of Willis burg made a ftyingtrip to Polih Sundavj L Mr Lemi Cthessor and wife visited H P Ohessers family last week Mr Luther Cash andwife spent Sunday with Mrs WT Hardesty V Mr Brawley and Mrj Crow have brought on a nice hne of new spring goods Misses Ella and Blanch Bouta visited at Fairfield Saturday and Sunday Dr Wood iof Cbaplin and Miss Lydia Williams wore in bur village Monday night Irsj Ivan Urow and faster Theo speutlast Wednesday with Mrs Zack Crow Mrs Sallieroodlet and daughter Miss Befsio visited Mrs George Robinson Saturday Mrs Barber Urouch and wife 1spent Monddy night and jTues day with his brother JR J Orouch Mr Ike Curtsinger has in his possession p very valuable old clock whieh has been running fir 67 years Preacher pheat ham and wile preached tiat the Polin 8chpoihous several nights lasfcj week with several conversion Hardesty Sclioolliousc Well the Koather is still bad some of the farmers are getting behind wltb their work 5Mk Huoett Virgin and1sister Were in bur vicinity last week Mr John W Hardesly who has been on the sick list is iin proving Ed Mitchiel sold his prop of tobacco to J L Moqre at five cents per pouud aMr Thutman Che ser visited Mr Wallace Seay of Valley Hill Sunday last sRev J 4 Simms will preaph at the Hardesty Schoolbouse Saturday night the 15th Miss Nora Boota is teaching the spring Sschobl at this placq She is getting along rleey Miss Ada Snider It Chaplin asd Miss O llie Gray of Hardest Schoolboute ate visiting Rev R Sale aud family f lEX18 Onco more Twill trj t tel the baupenioysioj this section of the county Trade lhas opened upj since my last report Johny CocanougheV bouglit 10 50lbshoats of H Roberison at 250 per head C B Pope bought 10 ewes of H Robertson at 4 per head with the lambs thrown in Uncle Ike Brown of your town was in ihis vicinity one day last Week buying calves and made tbefollowiB purchases Three head from Robt Young at 855 two frqm J M Begerly at 20 per head ratfd oiejrorn CM R E Whayneat 20 Uncle Ike would not buv a ctf except be was black E N Kimberlin bought pfT J Purdom a sow aud 7 ph s for 10 and sold thom to Charlie Duhmforf1250 E N Kim berlin sold a milk cow toJohir Boon for2p A JI Litseyi sbld toOtho Adams of Simms a five year od mare for 125 Lee Cochran spld to G WFunk d jennetb colt for 47 Tatham Springs Mrs William Keeling is on the scklistJ Ij ElzieGordon left for Illinois last week F WmSLawson wds in Harrod burg Monday Robert Keeling was in Louisville last week y Willie Bishop is Dnthcsick list at tliiswriting R aKe liD sold a horse to MrZaekQrowfor75S Rufus Foster was in Bloom field Monday on bujsness W F Lawsbn bought a horse of Richard Keeling for 35 RC Pinkston and C 0 Fos ter were iu Lebanon l esdayi Thomas Hawthorn of Law renceburg is visiting James Gordon 5 family Richard Keeling and Miss lastTting V Bud Stiaaaje who h sbeen down for live months with that dreadful disease typhoid fever is improving The wind etorip on last Friday blew down a stock barn belong ing to J W Foster There were three head of caUle in the barn at the time bat fortunately nope of them wore lost Mrs Henry Spott while preparing a chicken for dinner found n silver dirno In tliegizzsnd- 1r Scot h nts Itt Iii rfow sie- well attvudid ic Ie may L dI IUIInextt OverllPnis Thats what yoU need some thing to cure your bilious ness and give you a good digestion Avers Pills are liver pills They cure con ZssGentlytr IrI It BUCKINGHAMS DYE IViJ I 0 DtiQ- 6 REPORT OF TIlE COMDITIOH OTHES FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SPRINdFIELD KY At Springfield in the State ot Kentucky at the close of businesi February 25 f002 O1767SeESOvecEa Loans and Discount t7t46943 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 204775 U S Bonds to secure circulation 5000000 U Bonds on band 20000 Stocks ecuritici ct 330000 Banlctig house Furnure Fixtures 550000- from tlon Banks not gerveARcnUij 22W60 Duo from State banks bankeri 12538 Duo froai approved rdsenO agents 36S71 Internal Revenue Stamps Notes of other National Banlci fractional paporcurr ncy nickels and cents 7l47 LJ1ULYoNa1RsnaTI BUs Ill Sped 410105 Legaltender notes i 16105 Redemption ftrad with UBireas nrer5 percent of circulation 25- 001ITotal2072581 trAaCtCapital stock paid in Surplus Fund100000 penseaI 705835 toOooOOOIState Bunk note ontetanding 2lWaO Due to other National Banks l8iSOO Individual Deposits sub jct to check 12500869 iTime Certificate of Dopo4t 2014020 Liabilities other than those alovo stated pt ta267trLiaSfl- TS or KKKTPCHT or WAII iiroTOK U I A O McElrov Cashier of tho above aaincd bank do solemnly swear that thg abov5atzn3nt truo to tL Se of m knovrlodjj an J Itoliof Ai kJItGY Cusblr Subs rlltcd iu srori U bf r rac thi 5th dny of 1a 1111 t J A Hoftwvuf N P Va r ConRarUtusSS1ONKV ct x J KEI 14 Jl1ie ors H i11ttY LlftSn Jbo Klncr One of tin pJcturpsquo KngKsli orro notion ceremonies which Irafo bcou kingInIslept at the palace of Westminster on 1the night Before the coronation The regalia which are still technically speaking In the dean and chapter of Westminster were brought by them toII Westminster hall In preparation for the ceremony These were arranged scepterthehe descended from the palace to West minster hall was lifted by his nobles 3on to a marble chair The lifting of theklng Into this chair was a survival of tho old Saxon custom of carrying the kln on his shield Tho custom survived up to the time of the coronation of George IV When the monarch was seated In the chair he at once directed by pplntlng his flngdr which of lila noble should carry the various parts of thfe regalia to the alx bey and the procession beganoLOIl a n4 I Help NatureII Babies and children need jI Iproper ffood rarely ever medi Jill ionii- f I f wrong They need a little I IiiI help to- get their digestive i machinery working proper- lyCODLVEROL i S 1 1 1 WffflllWOPHOSPHffE5OFU1IES0D4Jwill I difficult j Jr 1I 1 Ifyou will put from one fJ fourth to half a teaspoonful 4 in babys bottle three or four- S I I times a day you will soon see 1 I 11a marked improvement forlJ fI larger children frorp half to a j teaspoonful according tq a II I milicII 1 I I a I nourishlingjj- iI 1 I theItho IIfsion twin show an effect i at once both upon mother iI and child Iscxi Jtoo alt druggists I t SCOTT BQWNE1chemists t tt ItttTWhen ikualne Wan Coctlr The case t the People against Mur line hoard by the governor of New Haven colony In council on Slay day loGo indicates the attltude toward lIcensed kis iing in those times It ap peared that Jacob JIurline und Sarali Tuttle had been caught kissing each other Jacob vtrlcjd to throw the blame or Sarah nlylujs he thought rhe had with Intent Ipt fill Lcr plavts Sarah de ned the Iicnt Jnrob then admitted andtrrt vliobr kekyssCil her or she kysscd hi he lnps not for Be never thought ont elnce uptil Mr Raymond told him that hcrhad not laydo it to heart as he ought The stern governor after duly lecturing the guilty parties on the enormi ty of their offense decreed that the sentence therefore concerning them Is that thei shall pay either of them a fine of 20 shiningtb the colony Bereavement and Baslnccs The following ourious advertisement Is taken from a Spanish journal This morning out Saviour summoned away the jewclgrSlcbald Illmaga from his shop to another and better world The undersigned his widow will weep upon his tomb aswill also his two daugh Sera BUd and Emma the former of whom is married and the latter is open to an offer Who funeral will take pla e tomorrow His disconsolate widow Veronlque Illmaga S7Thls be reavement Trill not lnterruptrcoqr employment txrhich will bo carried on as usual only our plhce ot business Tylll bo removed from 3 Least dc Lelnrnricrs to 4 Rue dc Misgiofnaire as our rasp Ing landlord has raised the rent St James Gazette Last Fato Vfotao Than Hla ret SpiltliFoor Wederly Is bavins a bard time ot It HIs first wire jot a divorce froci blm yon now Joucs Yci and he has a bard thuD paying bor alimony I suppose Smith W0rso than thnt She is hIs present wifoq ssmn1QJh Icoso Nows JTess re a 1JCBsNo1 Shoo ilm i L jl3j1z igftt I reparation As IJIli1ltti hicFciztlPcduIa hR StULiVl anti Doclsof Gjj J tPromotes Dig 5lionChrorru ness and RcstContains neilliei Opium Morpliine nor Iiieralj ISTOT NAn c OTIC ur4r rOl lJ SuvapJEb 11rntt1zf IIB EJftanfifdjufor J Wifrynmfkrrar Aperfccl Itemed forConsiipa Tlon Sour StomachDiarrhocc WormsConvulsionsFcverjshness jFacS n tc sigor NEW YORK PCACT COpy OF WRAPPER v djj jOJjjjt tjditjHWii WiWi t i WiWlWjgjij I IWeL r L I tf 1 t 2 tf J j bq fheIt liaf rt t t oadj lltb pt wand fewest 5 make a selectionandbe adTo P rZti lid d SEEDING TI1VE d JtVI 4You must remember is near at handSBehave grass seeds ofa1 lands v 1 fe uike a klrlteraSSeed Oats JtIrIc e TIIQSONGREEN I SPRLNcWIELD 1lnpM f fHM rf Itf 1 r ft 11ll3 U ro t UOWAStIIJSTERED I te BY LEO j4 55 5aoP1r1d LiJ CRANEjj The small caiman of rough looking men that woijcd In fJngre Up through the tangledljuH Io nll that re4 oftli1oncej mIghty Twelfth It had dWindled to thlthn1f i in the apace of nine raoHtbs and uo doubt vrhea the wet eeasdu began tsyen the skeleton would I1nve room for fresh recruits aJyvays tlevrpbels who lay hidden iu the wild grasses would allow the fcvtt time Enough A rebell In the wild grass Is ul certain as the fever and much quicker sine ninths before the Tivelfth bad landed from the rusty red transport Southern Queen and had marched with a swinging step oVer the wct sandlThejstraggly line of palms skirting the beach swallowed them anti from that momcut the decimation began For n time they Idled ii tbeliot jsuii ot Qualtnas where they ate fruit sickened a few died and the rest re covered to curse the heat and to won der why they dfdut g6 up country Then they went up country andrthe rebels amused them trimly This for nine months ThQ Twelfth was thor oughly tired clut1 6ont you wish you were goitf honie Couuelijh asked a man trudge Ing behind a rfelt tall chap Home Do iy 5u ever expect td set home Boshltl Do you nieap San Pedro or dOyou mean the rearijome asked another Why I meant home across be water where the people are ofthe white brand And where theres hot biscuits and a bed and clean water and girls Oh I Ipeant home Harrison looked at the man and shgok his hea1l strangely Dont git that way offep Parsonsi It affects the fioad solfBut I hadi dream last night And wo were all gojn home Funny said Martin What youdjJntthat good stiff dose of quinine like twenty flve grains r Xo doubt iie joor lads nezveh are gone said anpthcr all Jangled and out of tuncI Wish I ojbuld dream though1 growled Connolly Theres llptspf things Id dream about theres nut Couuelly bro q oil with n murmur In hlsi throat Thjei things he would dream about were evidently not for the ears of the regimest Youd dream about what nsked a man But his question vstit unanswered Tlie strassly tine of men oniorscii r1 CAST 08IA j For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought1 f Bears the Is111r1of f In J U8 J For Over Thirtyi CASTOR1An4ctTAucoMpaNv CITYt on JRIIt And we can afioicl M s closfigures Qur housti full of some of the Tatgst nolyefticles0ii the ig kftL 4Allyt cuCall and 3p i Specialty r Y M mrtiucO providing Years I 1iurance r i N Il I + W Reyersetct t SOU lfQN UT i IfiI Investrnentioinny-I f ti 11 or Eexlnitoq b JJ te r 1i l- tt It JI if G 1Wr MCELR1t t Jer- 6 u 1 fttiZ tt aGELN 0 fIjt l PI tic 11rt lJ i H fSh tJFfj 1 p Sprmp IdxY J rer J 01 irom tHe auaaow ana cai4c to where SangPedroSeems to me tlieres somptbrrilago Ijf on down there saldMartfo There Just Is that reiiJlcd Harr son shading bis eyes from the suniand gazing at the towns pate Derned if dout beflflve Itfs the reserve thats conic up Too good to bc tree nndbesides Parsons youre always belIevTijtaTd- drcimln things 1 J1 1hBut if It Is maybe jrcUfgotb86me place farther doii tleco s Maybe Maybe1Wchimay belnl Jt Wc The tall man looked at the questioner and repled slowly nd maybe well go hoim rIt seemed to 8tunthejlotfpf them One gas led and turned pale Homef They hail never given that a tboughi1 Rome While the rebelsr Were yet bldlngln the bush and thp4Tarln prJogs rcss0 Then a fellow who nver did anything of note before began to sing to a wonderful tune of his own Wee gol Iioiiei Were dbl1oml Our ship Ii at the ahofyou can pack yourhfiw r v i we Fbnt come bade wont come tack nEore bojV wopt bJck no t and the whole rank tools sip the burdcn of tb6 cborusrwe wont tome badtnb mow njybby wont come back no J With a ijulckened step faoni the swinging meter of the song thej Olwelftb marched tafhet wnfs little smeUrtlforgotten In their curiosity to Jearn vrby a strange sentry paced forwird add back before the place LlkeVso njany statues they waited foi Jlie 1lieutenant to reappear troth9 tQ mandera hUt lie otme out with a smile on his face J Jf Xhonjweiftb Is musteredioutE A yell went skyward tna made tha vines rustle and nboTeal weJrest big Connelly bawled t S ffurrabii t Hurrah wero goto1 klqnle llFive mon surrounded polt of the now guard and begged frdm tbem aii old newspaper lLo ok 1IereConnellt lyhatff Newspapers Qlmmo one What n liud1 A newspaper Spose you almost forgot theie wa such n tilnffi + i Perhijps See ItitUeres anytblnj bouui T i UpmtjV Where dyoullve anyway Qonnellilr T UlputjestPr Why thats Iu Massabuse1ts- lot course dumiuyhousc LSqtt fey the news Wn your 11 WhatfssthutC1 Five months old thls pa irj fliiietsterGlouceste- rheetlshoucestcr J2ian IUetliIt thetow6 bill laM nijtnc ojt w ilratit at1 call an In tcrojstln piece of news actfn as dont know what a killlu oGorge Halt conTHted of steallir from Nnthap EQ ret that sounds llJ home tMnrrIa t1iiits very loJPfUkcrI SFhomptoh dead lea yes fortyj thousand oilaral Times all Connelly from- i10ucitstir HuinphL Wbo jmnrrlcd2 JQmule ceeMlss Bessid Williams iiII 1 You lie me see thattH s v What tjiL ameof niiilon If the matter Connelly Yourqright Parsons tbata Wl Thats all J iv fbJIntcnSQ u Ynthisto thai far end of thetOwn + 1 A N The next morning when tile bugle called the men of theTrvelfthtTfr6m tlie dingy white buts they siirarig orth vlti alacrity Were a uiiguty sffm crjjwd corn pared to nil that cftmo up njpt wol Well I sbouKTsayi There vtaS Sam Johnson anti Jerry atfefsoii YllI Williams Harry Cafeibutt- he whatsi usp ip countln eui h jgojiend good boyS too nil good boys But then tlyitfs what we listed fur And were the lucky dprrsf jrwhni = jrrelieveWould you cedeWlrt c 1 1lciit1 ro 44 Cisl1yw- earhiy t4You IO XO Idoutiu1owtikM if 7 Then the bugleblarea agais Tb- tall man tcrhedanduiwlkiKl Ileutunnut and litM Well C ithelly i fl Ii thInk Id li o1iWttstwl- fJ1me b CrCittm t111r lKt Jl stay out the wat Toi sVi u the tl1 tlie Ilput nli rua stone ma k ifnd for moment beor stnredtfixedly Then nimbsjiira- nk he said kindly iitiou luk 800m1 1 report toMajor Soutirern eT tttl rch t lastuian looking back Jrii4 pICaut bytheeJf Jt t wan in 4heuu HJiiWda utJfclpe A fellow y Iii rt ded loiuPt nulnth S ifot tpjliititi nsriutcr h + lftjt nio iih J 1 Our Alp ittr f v W0b sbut apr growled out tHo aaa p The siieiebnof thitEiQe1fki whUt ipnaofjthe larger bonMiaarcWd 4ID jjj lonc l if atIt1 R1CI- HeaZ Ji BA btE P It tJfJ of flarmoy 15dT a i T r f r t J ou fbatlJs1atm st 6ft 1oo he confrpls jallllons bit chief t j IsIil mustndl leads a bicomposed of memtirs lad tesaMa i t 7liedc J MrK Dma ltOfIiaaaoawedI Ivmake a totfrbe WeFcbirbi In ike dPWdN dYo first appcaranoe tt k jald will be at a the Metrepoiftasi pta 111MMrie1 York city iiit y 4 ttllisocle it c DUss JS the t LJseventyfive year ago oQ tNJ jt r i thc 1e lh1ce thS baa UIit i4tjts sirt iirtIt bha1 L lctngiias IIIZ- dat t rcti15T4s tii1J 1 a klu iltd 11 id hs jLiidkIgth r 1 Imdihtiirs 44fwy air tl it without DSN a bji eMirat 4ll9ttLciIi y icir4eI4t lpa it1eiMsiIt Aflc12 enti HyOt II iIf + TJwExTRAcTEDt tu PAIN 4 LI Fitc1aes- S 7 t y ocated ING1XLD OFEICIhj r tj 4a55 Rinhtc iiI4 Ways JT lfrJf Lorn fe m Li45s IIIfI Labratsry C II reV JiniIn dcpttvslyItecftpIpIs5j imL tkMIPtro bI a afld attacJctMoittor4mseiybrkThM ttEc riclui ytfi mn4kt BrfghtitheDr Kflm- osvEylIthe 5 ltoet aew truipeifIcfoikI4y Jbla- 4ag uriuuy trIkh scuid thiav4a f MrMiiktg t aI1i Aaene bttIeatf4ek tf maJ aWabook idling about Swan- J4vumuriil i rJCikMr CoIhamton NidMMte OMftlttf ll 4ti tl If4It rr t FORJijl tAc t 11ftY4y flftIic Ef1 6fft t R yf firTkiM of taxes due the YUtcr ol IIK1k7 IIp ouy t Wash 1i1C1rsa1eattWlLtg iloa- t o MONDATMApIr4 1102 At abort oclock pm the following property or so MnctCherot as will MtMy the 11011ntotJan costs s r a J4 is i1d D t 8 j t iW4ap Jell kee adiot- itif o amd1I9O1 tuA co 1H- 15x11 LfBijc s w d t fTobaccOMlirket J4f8fi ben are this1 l pi the1 butter gradetacosthtuthereyiouswsk t flrw itdundbangd up to N4t4itni tiSdasaoSI- ec i jkti nl it It mostetery thing c offea it jiclsd nptso fltJJtJit ngs cnslderI L eisewek lirev3ouie3ec lipiifahriwtJcfctt bit hfeavinr The demiirid still en wedVstr nffor- Wbic1cwiii v ages appeared id good gnnditiin iJ IfWi rtLfthe ar ihSitii1 yf- tt4 jslcitbtarne kaoii tbit iop t lni1lavtfts iibetiI ftxpruti t t IttltIUUct were hearItatttfit Tharaita- Iaat tJQJwiikat Itythneof iojoyIgoodSfBurley wa feature of the I ttdOea Nr fI9ra rifr dancy ooId 6 hated un IIfl Irewii tf tPti t M ffIPm dicolII1Qn gradel- wh rEiillyt4IIj fJ fiUtfoQii 4- 11IPrtH the unbearb1c 1I fre pi1e a uil ev i- C J dfnt ir adpI I1Cerc5 VPrMe SI ctntrjfalki G fteto Tsu 7Sents HaHti a JtOl1daou t t ITOWi1 i r F Local lIapP ln5 oT Interest TMFrcsheSt and Latest1 i A II AhutYciuat1T FFInds- 2Lc ali AcqwIAtancJrT t othi h i g tQJ 5aleb y Thomna r r1Uriin f q iA sI1J i OW1r ani1 1fo p 1 Mc ill1S i 1Nib jun Gi d ttJ- geMvze OI1irchrlle4dIpIow SIitThe ladies r the Baptist phuih twill give a dinner cpunty J tt dy of this month ois IfrhTidl I rtR jHOMIN3 jer t5wn 4 f ijJ 4 Jnqicelicrrhilledi l P19 l l lf cu4ppo t JIzSIlDr e J 5MbCk Pe f PP D Lt t1 3rville-e i e fu ynII and f1atr p double golimv t l jspectucLes which r i irthaoffice dv rti nt 1irt r1WpUbhihtiiis tsstialist- I hdlipqit tax payers- of4pi1ngfieldl b Ust WIthabT i C11ector q sPct htai in 1dccssf l il1 the hQl1 1e1o 8wn4 taxes and onlytL ew hive pea i1ng t11 1l- X ti fIa11rt dMst7Jii kfiJit Liv dfoo newffpT therijJ9rJS liandoeMitstieldIWho reat Harvar1legeT- heboys who l lwqe1 partrent f the co Jg6 hav- eRsGd1tn9t rigid examinationi J ISf 1V throughwttbbigbi RR1 9LEOeOhbredlyold bloa4red in color intragm individual Bred by th- eoSmth4Phislitet bull is tkin not breachyiMK WALLS Tm h1 Spring field andleciriLigbtSj i ht6RO relatIvcto the1ri po ea plan colditJt Jecpbtrticts vqlltl1 ho drawo up and signed within the nXtrewdav Y aTa5C 1lecor433riceiiIts tMt1o t1rme tf r1JfeJaJ 19ith 1ne Boards of 4 Town Trqstees Of the J tal of 2801 CollectWbeTreftiirer 2 7258 The rg bal tfnce 6fi7650 the collectorihas Beengive credit Jqr benthe delinqueuLlist and 6 erIoneously a sessEdtj The statement is an exceptionallyl good one and shows great diligence on the partpf the taxesd19M The Board of Town Trust6es laelld its regular rmeeting on last Tuesday night And transacted considerable routine business t The report of the settiementof tiillTax Coflectorwas acceptedV i iTXifl t and the delinquent list parsed on and ordered published A com cfiitjee vas appointed to see abouVirecuriag another1 place for putting jn afire hose reel ilnd a tug other thing tp complyl rJ jwiii theyetfuiremeiits of th e fire insurance toSt get a reduction on it e insuru te ryite for he Own Ihet matter of Jfjciiura liceu u ohjcerjtain eiiJtier rTse auIIr 8oS ini the tpypwus discuas0 hl d passed i until next meuiinjs Uivcujt Court adjourned yesr terduyniPftQrJashcrrt lurid rattiest i Noco5fnIiiiotigfii thosereported in oiulast epks lli wrtried and V ry IiJii business was done on tne ciyjl Mbcket A case which consumed QflaGeorgeITletlorccpser from fetvalue ottwocattli be10nift ttq Kpene which died w t11Jq rVfarm Keede clah e4the cattre died from eating tobtccd which had been rtnkl cfwitlParisGr frdm- apttb bJougingl Jrc Tucker tIor rethriidyer 1icVfind fOr the defepdaqk The grancl jury returnjgdonty hirteeD inII1 ent for varipjiia offences 2WwP stUslieShe t y ureter ShevSmmker oUt t4atud has never had 4ittr jI RU IOPICJI 4 r F lln eawiliintrJi Jr tailed ofilth1i i tthree months HgoL t i Jjr ifrl Fpx Correspond ing Secretary of itgirfjucky State Interdtehdrainatiohatr Sun day Sijltppl convention UIj con duct Sunday School Institute at Springfield Suntlay afternoon and Sunday evening March 6 union services All churches mi dimfstlieir Sunday eyeningii rVA 1lJlC LtL io4sonjf Mr JB G Jones a citizen of this county who r ce ntly moved from near fLoxln tpn atid fbqughk a farm neacSirams ivas drowned in th- eOhi6t51astFrida Accord tgto1 count in the Louil papersJone whb was working as a deckhand on thetrwboat r plWaItp fell from the Steamert into the river near Car- sro1tpJy iicLrwa9 drowned beonretdo vjeredv The drovuednan was Wasjh married and fhis wife and w o cTiidren ware in 3effersdinpUeat the time of the uflfpWunate accident tM 13GJyv2i Jqnesefi for JffersuiviI1e as- S ol a1n t ed of his sons d4athip1fookt after the widow and children of the deceise- dMrJons4came to this qunty wimbjsi jfafhers family and niadodd tnany acq aintaiice- snbouewn L11 Jc f Fffi Mesrs Thllard Tapp and qyhave botilit out the rt of groceries good will tc1J of MeS3iJSslmm SImms and will continue the business undetfjbhe ftjrin name of Tapp j Curry Both of the youngmen are well known and popular and jiavc aTiigh ta ding in the ltitU ness comntuntye fMf turry has hadSev raiffJerf36ftx in gand experience m the grocery business and both inembers of the wJhJundertaking where close Applica tion and attentionto interests jare required The nuw firm proposes tpiaddto the stckt of goods and to keep aV uptpjdate iheof Stapleand fancy gtoeeries rthey repectfully solicit a Hare ipf the public patronage With a promise that every customer MUI receive Jair and courteous itreajment at their hands Messrs riip and 7 Curry have tflkon5 piure and are nowreared to fill all orders i v 1 MAR i MgcJanMljslcian Artist i f SnadoSgrapliist f A most conspicuousi Example iof yefsatalityisMaro theinagi 9shadjowgrllPhist nn d original nci strictly mod enit f He relies less than any Other wizard Ion complicated mechani cal illusions presenting a pro gramme in which dexterity the feature that particularly appeals to his audience His sleight of hand experiments are presented with an elegentease that is44 tivating t ButMato i more than a magi he js a musician veritable fan ni innume rabler in4 strrifuents sP heis abjeto intro duce in his entertainment a pius ical programme of delightful varlet appealing to every one Vo loves thS magi al influence 0harmon Anti more than thish is an artist bf marked ability and the pictures drawn by Tiim pn the tage are executedltlinarveb1- cAs precision rapiditytdash and finish i SClrfJflC1PfICJ n N n Cajit Stops Dead V Well Known Citizen and Popu lar Man of the Town t r Passes Ayvay Cat Pjit S1zjxisone ofthe gwii s oldest and4 bestknowiL citizens died at Ms home here on ast Thursday hight after an Uness of about two weeks of pneumonia l complicate with diabetes The news of Capt Simms death was quite a sad shock to hiss many friends in the community and expressions of regret were heard oh all ids when it became knwnd1pt iSimms was a native of Washington county havirfg been born in Springfield and Jhavjrif spent nearly very year of his life in the town He was an upright and highly honorablel citizen atid was popular with aUtewas born in Springfield November 22 1835 and lived here until the war broke out when he enlisted ui the Confederate army He had an eventful and honorable record in the war He enlisted September 1st 1861 in Co A Sixth Kentucky under Cdpt Charles B McClasky the regi ment being commanded by Col Joseph H Lewis He served with that regiment and was In the fight at Shiloh and also at Vicksburg At Corinth he was detailed to g9 to SouthernKen tucky to recruit a company which he did and was made Captain of it Shortly after forming his company Cap Simms and his men joined Morgans command and followed the fortunes of that noted eader during some of his most thrilling experiences To wards the close of the rebellion Capt Shins was made a prisoner by the Federal forties and served atfwas nidst red out of service at Nashville and returned to this placeSOn April 19th 1866 Capt S Dinxs married Miss Mattie Craycroft who with six daugh rters and one son survive him Tjie deceased had always been a str ng Demo rat and served two Il11eJserviceyears hq hadbeen engaged in the insurance business at this place The funeral took place Saturday- inoiningfroin St Dominic Cath olic tihurch and waslargely at tended by the many ympa thizing friends of the family SIn Memoriam Tire Angel of Death hath again visjtd our midst and called from the home of Mr and Mrs W L McClellund their infant son Al bert The merry prattle and the sweet little winsome fate will hesadly missed in the home and in his doting parents harts there will be a void But the Savior said Suffer little child rent coroe unto Me and forbid them not for of such is the Kingdom rif Heaven We can but SLY Dear little one Sing on in the reaiuis above You canuot return to us but we ctn go to you You have missed the sorrows dissapointmouts audof life yottjare now tasting the joys of the heavenly limp whort woall hope to bu jrathored by and bye Forever rne bat wo know oh God With- Thee to hold our hand We could follow the path hfs little feet nave trod And meet In the bettor land- M Notice Tbefrm of Thompson and Lake having dissolved all par ies indebted to that firm are requested tq settle with Mr A C Kimball with whom all accounts have been placed for collection Respectfully i L THOMPSON LAKR eouldnl help getftng cold never cpres it ut tarrying homea bottle of Ballardft Hbrehoimci Syrup aud using itasdjzeetediyi1Icurc the worst kind iff cough or cold Prico 25 and SOcts Hk doA and obertson Children pften inherit feeble di gc tiveppwerand colic of a rnior or lesiseverief character results when food iiytikei which its et all diC5cul to digest Whites Cream Vermifuge acts as a permitienMonic Paces centi Haydon and Robertson SS1J E9N4LMIs- sJulja 4ox has gone to Lc ula yule to spend a few days JW S Clements of Louisville at tended court tore Saturday Rsy Wakefleld of Wakefleld Will here Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry Edejei of Bardatown were here the first ol the week i Mrs W Ik Sweeney J of T ebznon visited friends and relatives here lant week Miss Ltzzle Waters Is spendlnc the week with illBS Naomi Brow at Pleasant GroveJ Miss Annie Harrison and Will McChord of Lebanon were here the irst of the wek WiL Jjarrett and Ray Waki bid attended th8alo of WL Smi hat L ban Saturday Miss LauraiMcCbord has returned tp Lebanon arcera short visit to Miss Sadie Mayes ott this Dia- cTbeldiisesCleayer entertained the Euchre Club on bait Friday altec oon In a Very charmlag jnanner MIus Margaret Hagan left iast y eek fprLonlsville to accept position in wholesale millinery house DWDjind J R JOlaybrobke accom anl s1bVttheIr sister Miss Jebnle spent Sunday with their paren at Texas Judge i P Thompson Clem Hill Judge fl W Reeves and Sylvester Russell of Lebanon attended court here last vveqk tsiVllJeAla a position as Assistant Agent with the L and N R iRe Co ilr W H Crader of LOUIs lila Wlthfthelocal DThe many friends of Mr WF Booker the popular County 0 art Clerk who has been confined to hte home for acinG time will jbe pleas d to learn that he improving and h pesto be out again spon Lieu WO Reed left last wee c for Fort Thomas Jy to report for Intjr and frm that point he will go to Dol nmbus Barracks Columbaa bio Lieat Reed has been assigned to the Third CavalrY which is now It the yetjustDelinquent blst The following is a list cf per ons retuned delinquent by CL I rice tax collector for the town of Sp ing field for theyear 1901 IWErrE Bond W H B swell J M Conway T Jj C mpbeUPhil lead Colvin W A Colyin G W ElliottWJi Edgington Am rew Flynn C W Mayes E ii Jca Noe P B OGara Hugh OGara Con OBryan Eugeie Simms Jno W Smith J A Tong J A Tribby Juo Waters Jno R COLoRED LIST Adams Geo BrOwn Ben Clemens DanI Carrico Jno Orutcher Tom dead Crouch Bill Davisdn Henry devd Caldwell Jo m Davis Ike nDuncanGrundy Anthony Jr dead Arbor Tom Key James EpMJckenA i Paddock Any Ray Tots Ray Boil Ray Geo Sr WWhartonWaggoner James Wakefield Bob Fop Rent QIc1build Ibrick T M BURTON MORE ABOUT TURNPIKES Mr Gray Comes sack ami Makes more Suitestfin Hlt- the Rials tBardesty S hoIhouse March 4ih 1902 MrECilon you will allow nn spice I will ask ivjr SuthcilaofJ to answer a few question Toe first is who would pav this twenty five or tbiriyt dollars tax for the man who owns and operates thes steam engine 1 say the farmer thai has wheat threshed would pity the tax Butttthnt iis not all for If they are tax di or rattier double taxed ithey would demand first class roads to run over then we would have to have tuore officers whIlrwe already hate too many We would have to have bridge inspectqrs U tee that these engines db notsaash a bridge aqd if they did the county would Shave to pay the lama esand there sno telling where this engine business would stop for the damage busi ness would bring In the lawyer who I understand has hen figuring intbe matter Then Mr Sutherland says the QucksterWbouid be taxed Now VhO would pay this taxx 1 say the women who sell theta butter and cggs would pay this tax Then he comes to the buggves and surreys and twobprse wag ns owl will not corn ment on this for we aH know who would pay1thls tax But 1 say that it mignt knodK some people out of goine to church and Sunday iSchpol for there is some who only have one horse and a little buggy to carry then and the ouggv iis worth five or ten dollars andtthey would haVe to pay one dollar tax anyway Now I want to ask Mr Snther lapd another question and 1 will be through How much taxable property is there in Washington county and how much jes twentyfive cepts on the one hundred mak How much money would there be to the mile equally distributed Now Mr Sutherlard mlsqi OPJ me when ha sass rsaid his plan was unconstitutional when I did not say that Nnwjf Iwascapa ble of suggesting a plan my plan would be todd away with several of the road officers that we now have and have one road cooi raission r to manage the turnpikes lu the county and haye him to make a sufficient band to secure the road motiYand then it there is dot money enough now then let thu fiscal court make an ap Drop rlatl sufficient to put the roads tn god repair Now I dont think tjaittheioad problem is as blgatthing as Mr Sutherland seems to think it is for if he will prove that he puts in the way of hauling and wOrk from15 to25 a year free then I tnmk the roa tll problem is solved for knowing him as I do 1 dot think hm quite that Ugiyy But U he did that would be nobing more than right for he is running a mill and there isi more hauling to bis mill than there is to any other thing in thecqunty Now if my suggestion is not right il might le that M r Sutherland would be wllliog to tax his enr glue und mill in proportion to traction engines at least I will say tills and quit JM have done no other good t thayi cused Mr Sutherland to put his name iin pnnt which looks very nice Now Mr Editor not wishing 10 worry Qurrpatience rfurther I will close by thanking you ttarrpast favor t You r JAMES H GRAY liilim 1i11 ii IlkiIi f tIIIJ9M- iAIIDsATTYors ijj f i And Tf Cosfl You NofMnV L You can get almostt ANYTHING YOU WANT In exchange for j REBATK STAMPS We g vu away last Chriftma a 100 piece fr25 dinner t PXTRV to Miss 1zzfe Adams for having collected th fmost rolaU Htnmpn up to th it time On July 4th we will give two gEX PR 5 the two parties collecting tbe largest mounts Of re Sibate ntanps by that date 0 collecting the largest amount tp bavfl g I first oboce Will nnjiouncu later what the EXTRAS will be begin 5j at OUCa tocbUaot REBATE STAMPS Here are the stores that want your rash trade Ii GRaJNpY CLAN BROOKE McINTIRE S Everything new In Dry Goo is Shoes Clothing Ladies anJ Gents wear Pricen cant be beat I JOHN C SHADER IStaple and Fancy Groceries and Country Produce A complete fa stock everything you ask for no Justout business goes cletka who wait onyo like they want your trade and give you rebate stamps too 0 a f WOOD WIMSATT fEverything In Drugs Paints and Oil Bottom Prices U D ROBERTSON SON fA complete line of Hardwan and Farmers Supplies also groceries 1JOHN Y MAYES 3 Future and TJndertsklHg everything the latest get our prices fJ i Cjarefnl attention ALWAYS ASK FOR REBATE STAMPS tmH f f mf lW Wf f m mm Mm t I WEe Invite Your liflspectionSs Of 11shades our elegant Stock of NEW GOODS newtJGinghams Madras and Mercerized Effects H i We are no1t4pre L parejfl tosnoVa complete stock I CLOtHING QfS 4JIThe largest and most attractive we have ever shown and e LOWER nrpRICB- kThan I yptij wHl f f 1delewierf 1jGstt CORSETSThelatest White Blue tI Dont faiIto ViSit Urwan Paper Carpet Lace Curtain and Rug Depart mentlt is now more complete than I ever efotei In Shoes we are showing VicrKidji iPaticit CaWi w Patent Velour Calf Bo CalfAc made pn all last from the plainest totbt extreme Call and examine them We Guarantee to you We still extend ti special invitation to cah bsyesSAlways giving special cash prices Thanking you for past favors and soliciting continuation of your tro agt we remain Yours Truly Gunnjngham DUIIIJftII c 8 I CEMENT 1JIii At Lowest Prices jt 3 i t z ilr lROUGH LUMBER l DRESSEDLU lltJ2 i SASH and DOORS tr fI ii ii LArrH and SJJ IN11fI i4 4 iOONTEAGTINQ Jij t the bqi1dirfljlne attheSPR4Qt T i FIELD COs Yard h f ZlC CALL AND GET HIC J Jj tt 4 r 7fr LETTER I rtIf ot List of letter reiija fling an c ild fr in theSjn fioldKy P toftlce fnrtho es c j March 6th 1902 wY JyAt Miss MOl Ie Pope f l Kohert Oakly y George Niqrbiey Mary 1 Hughesg ISRHamtBill Hope J When calling for tUese latter please sy Ad vertisf d W A Waters P M CASTOJAer 1M KIM YIIHIYIAIW ISegW UutI t 1 1 1 Pinkand Kid most Suit p nything3in Qj LUMBEjR I Hiidiu C 1Ut Day 1PIirS4SI i birgt7 7 t S M CsmbLr ioitsi sHarrt sburg Goqrt X cd y follows outWHo th- marketand made ttSoJIowiii a sales Twenty Jbr ye rtiig steers at 2180 3Q 2yr o4 steers at 8275 40yertiesSsers tt25t 6 2yeerokt MiftJtt-lco1Vandcallt2t51 oers icalf 35 1 o44IICb cocSU1 cow and calf 2680 1 pug 2001 plug horse 6 lOl plug orHI4o iphsgbons5 il l1 pair muleeThlpirI6525 1 9jwir1 old borwii 55 1 yearold tnulelil lUiMl mare 11 1 2yeer colt 1Z 1 bor e8S 1 old mHe BKOft H ilI 1 old mare male S111o4 mule185J5J 01 dr t stallion for Arnold Briesu of MsekvilIi 126 Lots oN b gies surreys on the imarket eMSon the whole alrergood crtday ii J I abthtonD C March TInt4 tssi01ll0t the House r3I1tet held to listen to iIIiIlary Ha ysJ eulogy of the kir lldtt McKinLey gaVe PrftWKB py an oppurtunny to mere ot our prpmiuect men g Jjue time than any of thf lOrIl eniertaiuments held In- SillWjJrtorh re given him Sena torrvpceded over t ft Sf5S I ttft r wtk Beaker Henderson Mftttd at his sWe The Press e4i l rtd Prince Henry were Kited side py side in the space iafPltoftb Speakers desk a litUeto the left on the right the I betc the U S Supreme Cft were seated initVie center I ai1r the msmbwfsqr the Diplo jBfiip Corps were seatad Gen tfiVK wd staff hadseats on one t iiflfiv while Senators Represen tIHd other prominent men pkliJt 1lf the rut pftbe ariiiabii pikCQ pafthe floor Aipisskife to the galleries was pbyteSt nlynd they were lairi ie rtt as Senators and liiiitiV were only al k I4OciL t Secretary Hays frdie1re pIS oration too tavft bow fr 4Ust effort of his IrfgP V jDM resalfc of the Tillman Mf avrin iight 1athe floor of ueenate llat Saturday was that the Senate lost two whole iays because lhe committee on Bfictionsvaiid Privileges could iree on the punishmen t telie gwen them and Senators w re unwilling to dp spy thins ttmUl their case was out of the way Whflaejmtbrs of the Qiajority claim i that Senator Flyedld not exceed his consti tutional authority in stritdng q vtlw names of Tiilmau and Me I liaurin offtheiS enaty rolls tbp v were glad tiftfenviiet ordertd tlfm restoreJn fact adurn uftthnidved bimtdo coVfiinitt e las Ii t lu t ai rc jl t2thSetatorePh1l b P1 ted Thvie would nt hv bienanytrouhlF 4ttiiut ngrIng Ifomtot the lirt piin-i f fltSenate bad IolJugbt iQ c keJu tY Ili ou1Ift t ce1lThre are ii number ot ut stioiK involved in ibis cSKa i t a t sJID t 3 drftt fl1at to hive iMesKlejl iheiu would have ueen ui tie uirail 1Ilatiuti4uri t an indeQni i e riod I r Just after tW nhprr sP slon or 4t Senairhich Seacnr1 J J i JJ Sff e rderedtbe Dt1mof Sfru I tors Tillmab and MuJjaurui hlteiradstr k ri t1vh ftliijQate Adopted thei realti- dectaijtigsteioo f oSnatorfc im cpntempT resfoml jto the pli of the Senate aftid faonouaceti- f ctb t he would suft the responsi bUlLy for their remaittingi there upon the Senate those in the gallery were astonished to M Senrtor Frye walk down to the seat occupied by Senator Till jman and engage conversation TPith him Later iit was learued tlHfttbisl was aporton of wht 4ttrltLth FieDpiou thiu- I i utyraut ilmanIi- jI ktbatyouacteiintyrnnnieJL i fiartily regretted your job lbe tfore you pc through H Mr Frve laughed out made a tate meat just jusiilyinp bis action which he said was bused upoo i4Ckiuppo3itiou thttta1esoluti declaring a Senator to bein cpk leapr had the same effect in the Senate as In the Briiiih Parlia WbeDa woman JStrVotisber magi Lion give fantastic and threat ening shapes to- 1theniostfa jecU iiiiuobEy she starts taftor at every euAfa or unfamiliar sound By night the furni ture of her room takes on at frighting forms gobtinreason with the nerves Neither logic nor love can quiet theta They must be 15fL ana wen tile oUtcry of the erveswt1I I ceases vatniaflyas a hun gry child ceases to cry when fed bettericafierces Pi 3yt1Prescription It cures the dis ii4f which produce nervousness inm m jrrcgularity debilitating drains femalearieakiVMicow fMthe Appetite and induces reg attep kes IstbIewas fen jninuten t1write Mrs Hattte s m9n Nuhvflj tnn tH taadidseyas4 liver 5ieaj a1O wtk M4 aervo 1 ldt1 ktt tmI J o4aervQUaJpefls ud t eiC4MKJMdIld sever get up agal TeW thM1a takiag your Favorite 11 DikoveryaI d muqs sIarediday ButIthoUghtLwou1dgf Uie JIe4the16ntf1ejJkoxe iUd Wa1k around Ll oaJta1dDJIk Pteioe4 ijdlebi cnje bjliojitaeg lce l r Soft Harness You can make your a glove das tough aa vciio by wAC UUKA liarI aeas Oil You can Moctbcn lu lifemake Mt twice as long M EUREKAHanssOU uapeiieok1eg bar sea like sew Xada of pare beavy bodied oil peeiolly rested to wIth Uad the weather MiiMIII II Uv i menfc where ir nets us a auspdn sion of a member Kepresen rtive Dmsmore of Ark the ranking rairiority member ot the House cOmmittee on Fereign Relations who wiis once in the diplomatic service paid a high tribute to natural Aui rlcan ability in Iiscu5 rug the diplomatic and Cpnsular apntppia tion bill in the House this week After saying he did not think the application 3of civil service rules would improve the conso lar serivice he cited individual instances ofthu gqbd done by our consuls and maid I know there are many estimable men onstllafservicebllti the consular service af career They get into a ffropve- they do not aspire to getoutside thev are slow to accept rssponsibilily they shirk it when they can Americans m the cdnsular sari Vice are always prepared to act and generally act so well that they receive the commendation Of their government atJiome 1 know stl Jeof our men are not always what they should be but I want to emphasize ray coo viction that thp United States bbs a Nod u rcitre en tat oo In the consular service a any nation pu earth The nppositUMi claims concern inir tfie Oleinjiar Tin hill Hfdni pan out asjMe bill us PIi week favorabfy reprt6dhy fh sei ii te ltibluilttpeli rmeuII ure t1I tjeritiiflsiiite srfJU- dt ptide HII ftI hlatt- iiP Ulm nErnh nm1 ht- iugttEeitr1lr a Jtvmta ortcVffw11 iotb Prinre tuis belnij tKt ta uuym WuUi Itonbe havinir Isikon hi a nl Lu iuita pOSsIPii H ny itjf Vi Nii tnludinir u pii iiinuge hiAltUflt Vprn Eibr Lhi- rErliri Ii 1 gtei rt jijii s Vtiiii tv tin W t jg a Ihj baud HI jollyiui Ho ItiSr for ibf VVstin h nu iiiit1iIi Jt lulhII 4mi mnrum wiiitriiurate yrk JS rJ I Severd Cold for three Miathi Tne 0lowlngt leitet from AVJ Nus baum of Bate yille Indtehls its own ryuffe d for three months jNrithaisiverc uold A IrnggUt pre pared me sOnic medicine and a docor- pitacr1bedfor me yetl did nt im opve I then tried Foleys Honey and Tar aud eight doiea cured me R- efuiubitjtehes Sold by Wood and WimsaW Cant Keep It 8 creti The spiendi1 work ofDr- KjgNew tife4ptus Ms daily com ug to light No such gttid remedy fttr Liver and Bow J trouiile xWas ever knon before Thousand bless them for curing Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness Jaundice Pong Indl Kestioii Try them 25c at Hay donRobertsons drug store ISlIrteQDS knife Not Needed It urgeryfivno lonjj r Herestarj to cure piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve eujres such cases at once moving the necessity for dangerous painful and expensive opera ion ForBurns scalds cuts wounds sores bruisesand skin dlseas it is un oanterfeltsIHaydon gttQ Robertson Reduced Raf s fo the Wet CommonciJi March ht tl daily tnereafter untiL April SQfb 1902 the Wisconsin Central fty will sell Settlers ticHma roj Chicogo to points in Mootima IdabpPregon Washington und British Colombia at greatly ducedTflte Fordeaile iintor matiou Inquire of ariasJ rf i e Agent oradresg TD CoJJHJ1f11 DP A 218 Pike Bullclng Oil cinnati OorJas 0 Pondhn Pbegenger Agenr Milwaukto Wis Vo Net nnEkacles If a cold long negleted4rlmpropoiI ly treated has throat you cannot snake lit looao in a daybntyou can stop Its progreep atid id a reasonable time gat dof It together If you use AlIens Lung Balsam There Is nothing like thla honaatf remedy for bronchklc asthma other nffectiou of of tIe ale jal1d CiiiSettledbeNer 4 i tae7 j My4aughter had terrible coujch 9 UJfC on her lungs ug N ou Dan lejlle tried a great many remedies itfiou t rcleif nntil we gave tier Fblev Hooey and Tar which cured her efnse sub I 9UJItq Sold by Wood and Wimsatt r March Wejither- Pollomtf ia summary of rtiw weathnr for Marph acqprd iu nv H jm4iiLiirnt ift t1ruin tbr4thi heavy si J Isrctt ruiu 4Uetl suwa- nti wiud wilt piest1 lu tbi southern Hndceiiirai po tijus of tne country there iltoBverl low barometic conditions with sudden changes to warm south grly winds Look out for dan gerous tornado storms All yeneral storms at this Umefuhd tbroui out the month will be equinoctial in character tee first stages will be warm with rsh lightMng nnd thunder especially aluu the south and east sides of storms areas To the west and northwest the rain wiU rapidly turn to leet and snow JlIow byI high bar wbhh will force cold waves and extreme wipry conditions for the season eastward and south ward over almost the entire country All through tne Mer cury period which eaJs about be lOih cloudy threatening weather will prevail it renew ed storm conditions will bo marked from about the 8th to the IQlh iucluSlve All secitot8 dominated by warm equatorial currents at this time will be visited by heavy thuiider and lightning and many Venus dowupouts of rain and hail Ubancesare good for cjutinued and general storms over the Iptb and into the storm period extend iing from the 11 ID 15th A reactionary storm period willbe center on and about the 19th and 20th at which time change to warmer falling bar omet irand wide areaslot more raloand snow pass eastward across the coiintryfulliwed by a deemed change to colder The Btum jwrmod in whiuv Boreas and the iquinnrtt Powers Will make one of ttitf- inal and worst cJash s is tral i u the 24thCverin f tiit l to26tb Dangerously higmi ttde attended with violent aifiuoitiiil galrs und stOrm u ay bs xpe wd fiMin 316t in 25 on hv asv rr- itiat wiJi SOWJ b zgtr u many DUI ij ofn tiMMurary evp in tn centrall SLit Tim toldwntr tial as suet folio fIIe UM 10111 c sti 0 perid will i bunti tucuwarmer HS Ilie iiitil lt sosv u ebar1II0ior WHI agjiii fI sjnd tuoiv relc OUi ninol ir wi vsit uany a ih ii r tarcb est trd aemeS It Stat t10D DVI T nM rniso tljo inys n iiH xti II ure t ts ifft iii t from Dyi piia airi t4eI rum pltiinl 11rt thIUJsellh live per cent 4 tuo pBopie in the United States tire afflicted with these two dlseziss ind their effects such Sour t macli Sibk Headach Uunvtual Uttsr ixones PalpiHtinn of the Heart Heartburr W tHrbraah Gnawing and Burning Pans at the Pit of the Stomach feSow Skin Coated Tongqe and Dis agreexble Taste in tIe Mouth Coming upur Fod utter lEating flow 8pirit ota Go 10 your Driigybt andHI bottleof August FlQwerfir75 cents Two loses will relieve you Try it nEt Greens Special Almanac a Foley Kidney Cure makes the kid dejs and bladder right Contain nojhing injurious Sold by WoolS and WjmgatJ Smat1rPpc Great excitenjent prayaili at Burgle when tne BTarrodsburg authorities te lpb netthat two tramps suffering sith snail pox bad left that place bending that way says a dispatch to the Louiville Times Poiitee Judge T M Curl dettliuHd to allow them to enter the lown limis aiidseveril gumiris tere placed at the strev I vnere Itwg thought hey Would ger They ynQQ hoye Jn sigbt on pg rail road uoptb qft1siqwre haItdb rije gl4tiqpe4at that point ToW MJ r3Ual Dunn reidfiem luo btjinc fon and then tlit pro eetJIIt- a desertedcain which s nds on the IarlOur r A jih triArorh Dear iim uoiittiy hom GJpn wiri b pj For yue rnernha of t1 County Bo trd Itt fJeHfii amfne4 the men and pon inticed if smallpox Tbec hiH w is then eM d upon ysa pm4 bMisn t mO ir51v and bQ two men WPTP plo d u Ore and pnftrflg fnun IBumii werf aI1is r tit hff li Hn xc J flteaU nd In 1 PtYhfhU1 t1J r d WbuevQIt r knnd thtrs iu frar rri e rdleaso apreadinir The men hOmeRDaiivilleAdvicate Step aCou h and works elf niP fold Laxative BrOmouiuine Tablets rodlncne1ayi Nq rcnOPay prlee25cent l I Ctourf 4t Bardsf own Thijury ii th cae 0 F4 Susi cJijIIIISU nisIe fl- iirt Jf Kiilro4 ruNiiiv turn iip v Mlic ni t t otpttlitii ti 4 i iii It asiedi rUnj x t 4000 It wil be lit iu niberrd Uitl10 for4iier a trial of Vhi j Q B oh jury awa deJ MISS mpl 8030 Thicse vatimknn tiHhp1olit- of Aijtlsttltild Uofen lettitgd- ost ig ii iftit teh ical litv judgmsc it vns reversed Mis S mpS a IJnr dnt1e- G prniie Kiih wivjk- Th fsl of Mr 4 H Giro h rs agtinst Ctti ti a vlt ad NibhviUeRvllrivJ VI4C30 i ud WaUntil of cout The continuance MS tkd bi tie defend ntiIDuring th plO en lemv iCI ends Saturday thj foiown g have been siiteedti t itentiary rpm May s Iisbreaking o e year Jihi Oarthy same offence out y MCj Elijah Hazel l murder seveuienm fears Ellis Allen houupbroHKin two years The prisoners will weekbyord Fhe RBVENQE PSj By MARTHA MCUIXOCHWUUAMfl Copyright 1001 by Martha McCallochWUU It was the Rev George Gasket wbp first nicknamed Tommy The Whelp The Rev George began fairly enough with the lads of his new parish He got them together within a fortnight of his arrival and talked football and baseball to them until they were as wax In his handS Tommy who was fifteen and Qvergrown to hulklness hung uPon hIs words and thought it Wpul4 be fine to die for him And then tbo very next week when Tommy stumbled over his own feetjanfl fell down with the ball thereby letting tho ministers side get a whitewash that gentleman said Irritably I knew The Whelp would beat Us but really It didnt seem fair to shunt him off on the other eleven The field rang with laughter as later tup school and playground ratog with It when somebody called Whelp Whclpep Arp you goln tQ eat HSall wheil you rrroV J1P1 Children reflect wonderfully the 69 clal colQr of their homes Ji6r awbUe all the parish was entranced with the new pastorso much Indeed that a whisper against him would have been received fas something between high treapsqu find the unpardonable sn The Rpv George was youngish fujr loop ing quick and deft In purnseniakjug Buayo Ho admitted In his prvflt wIts a temper but saul with eyes up cast that lie kept It under by help of strength beyond own He was sl gle That of course set all the mother In the church to work mating him suitably He saved them the trouble or choosing cur him by devoting him self to Alison Prior from the day she cameliomeIIf puly sh bad been home from the firstt Tommy would never have been The Whelp Tommy was Allsoii brother rind In many ways her hum yet she only spilled when ha esplajped Ute ministers sin and said at JqsU Ppfllly Tpmmy t dont now just wheat a whelp is like hut yon do look fury much wbat fancy Itlsnll legs and arms so much too big that they are In their own way and everybody elses When Tommy had gone away how ever trying to stand very stir and keep his elbows primly beside him Alison looked after him lovingly then turned and shook her fist at the recto ry which was visible across half a mile Pf Nd It only Tommy bad known thaf but how should he He was a very unman boYHe loved Alison so well ho would have grudged her to any fellow It was unbearable to think of her marry lug hat preacher and sitting perked up In the front pews never daring to smile or whisper Besides there was his affront Tommy flung himself upon the grass out In the pasture dug turf vtryhllet pncp spiralling came with a PittillhqrqoFthwnckWhen at last he scrambled up Icaplun nimbly aside to shin up a conviulrit apple tree Bllnky the bg Cotswolil slrnking1hising Tommy to try conclusions again Tommy had no mind for that In stead he sat up among the laden Roughs and thought harder than en Atte p1ytlq he whistled Joyfully fillfI ed his handf pith rejj apples and climbed down to jhe Jowest fork of the trpe Bllnky was 9t him 19a pjllqut IQ1JlJed111ml qfrqipP27r Jfr f JPIW ftffft frHf tir4 pusedunscathedWltijBllnkyt pcOntentnight Tommy gave Bllnky apples tufts ot sweet iote grass ubblns ot aknppq pungent dashes ofsalt and red Oak ofPPYMar1 ownrit l F mn9fdm hefirstf particular madness that autumn was polf Golf was but an Idle name In HP paFBu until ue came to It Fancy an4mRIIJQJHU719j gmeAllsojiwrisprpmlslng pnpllH They spent hours de llclously together yet apart upon the course Alison was certalnjy devoted to the gnmtAs to whether sbtf was also devoted to her teacher the her self did not Quite know r Love may be slain with a laugh Tommy was not enough of a psycholo gist to know that but be did know AUsoa and bt laid his plus accord t I QAfICEROUS kULCERSfrnitiseWntazithesorewithwasleesCaeit1iatareuIUplyinginjag keep up the irritation and disc urge and at list sharp shootiag Y palB P announce the pproach of the eat g and sloughing stage and a hideoussickening cancerous sore begins It destructive wOrk wiioutsoII1epredisposmg thecancers S I greatantidotalpoisonsandearned icer tS overazulne tfUnng mercury or minerals ofnvdeserintick fIf yon hare an ulcer or chronic Woffanjkidwrjtusabou it med ical advice You nothing Bodks on Cancer and other diseases of the blood will be sent free 7 IE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO OAtluti fa uad a t ana nnmzneratt noon allI the golf crowd of their parIs met all tLe golf crowd of anoth r perish upon the borne links to sett e various foursomes and other things Alison and tbe Rev George were U e mainstay of the home crowd Town r meeldy asked to be his sisters cadd e and blustered a good bit when he wis transferred t4tr Gasket ut thee was ar twinkle In his eye ai be parsjd I loberly from bolo to hazard froia hazard to tee nom tee again to bunker It was going ib be close- very much too close to be comfortabli paid Mr Gasket He himself played i brilliant game when he did his bcsL But what with coaching one manait Ing another welcoming everybody home folks and visitors alike It Is nqt hJjawholeIt was a flue course with a water hnrjir In the shape of a sprln trancli eat client putting greens and beautlfu ly close turf It was by Tpmrnnp suggestion that the turf pa the Prlcr graxdown j days before Tommy Indeed bad bee i wonderfully native In all manner of good works for the match Mr ket knew hazily bow his nickname had stuck and tung and repented hai lug given It but was unwise enough t think he could smooth over matters by particular complncehce to the lad WE shall beat them by a aerate We shall certainly beat them Mast r Thomas ho said watching a particu larly clean drive by Alison Tomm looked bored Dont strike me your games as good as those other pe pies herald nodding toward the posIng players Mr Gasket tried to look paine Why dont you say our game Ten nly he asked reproachfully fi JfweJf castlpally P uldnt flo thing but roar I nt nothing but n whelp yp fenow This time Mr Gasket really did 109 pained though hp trle4 tonu15k U blank lunocenpp It was tits turn tJ linT npd the pyme was so oven tha the fatet Of H hung mpst Iley hq next three strokes Pie bRll both well anti IllHn a place that QIXJf could BueccBsfnlly loft It would almost certain Victory but said requireda position neither mlnlstcrlul nor dignified It was In a little cupp turf hollow not far ort the boundary A low fence marked the bound Across It sheep hustled and rummng peacefully through weed grown atul ble The minister took no note of therf nor of anything Indeed save the little white ball lying so snug In the fade ctonc3lnile iian4IThe rest was chaos plus eartbqnak t mat least tq the Gflakpt Inner PQt pclouBnesg Friends and foes ln watc saw n woolly homy hpacje4 itreafc a soil the stooping figure send said fljt ure dyer upon Its bead then with vIi orous thumps roll If over and over across six yards of turf Nobody kne r I havebappenI by bleating back over the fence be bad leaped liken flash of lightning In spite of doing all thqt Tommy Wnp the first to assist Gasket to hw feet I hope youre not hurt too bail sir he said politely Gasket was a sorry sight His trot aers were torn his ta scratched the ye upon which DUnk bad landed his last thump rapidly going out of bus ness The rest hurrying up could not help laughing Alison clearest merriest of them all As Gasket caught tbs sound he said backing away Tb match Is off weihomoweiweiI Iou bet It 111 know my sister all rightPROTECTIONOF WORDS X Plea For a FamL QaotUourIn these 0 days when writing anT everybody seems Feed would rt not be well to xyiipclcty for the protection of jphrasys Many of these ure Jally ovejrjyorkid by the amateur Tl urlber phraseVdo thcj pot clamor loudly for n rest Tibatveryientence airoi la ail r rUowwouJd be it all its lpliet 1dPf ipf qs fthef lint the echo of an echq not njerel means nothing but it is robbed even furyTbe that complained ol Hamlet that It was too fuRor quota tlous unconsciously expressed a grcal fact through the nicdluni of ubnll It a jvrong eaded way bit pointed put thai con tn pitepqtzJ3A reduced thr grandest pajsage Jp jOfe iguguagc t mere commonplajcps ptvp ojiff fdmljla quotations a rest JJny Jo lpellPUj Household words Letrfprtutip for awlillp cease tp favor the brave Let us feign that 96 ppef js made Let a jnap who woyltf spa pr pjheis Jhupj tIer bg arfpstpil for felony Let us wjn no more gblflPM oplnlgus kef tie fa vprc l few withdraw to some select se elusion and the pountless thousands to some dry eyed privacy Thus may nouns adjectives and rCUifkl111wlth thedaywhjn thy were 0SoresprOVdlfatalValu Xatlulterlzed it bat amotkcr came ami broke takeLbottlesHaiiiace processbegins vegtable i TO ADVANCE THE RACE JTakegeIForemost of all the Institutions form advaameatBegroAnnual meeting this month at Taske OtltInatedhas steadily grown In power and Influ ence under his energetic superrlilo beglnlagdecadeIs a nOOKEK t WASUISOTO- Svltcd wme Hivstityflve farmers me chunkit ttitthirs add mlplstetsto meet und diugm tie needs and conditIons of the tloiid racavln the south fie was rprlKid to thud more than 400 colored priHent when be called tlc inixtn to orden- nMcoirjreil by this outpouring which tie interpreted as an ludleutlon of a dc irtvtq brliigsboat n better eon ditqi fonjCKpHsIn tin UnIted States Mr WnshiiiKtoij throw into the project lila whole vergyu lutelligeitce fbresult wnp that In two ycara he had a thou Iut colored pipe In conference and pf Into yfnra frqni 8UOO to 2500 nsrfcnibp Political qutptlqn are dlecuBsed at the Tnskigpo conrpi neo jhp obJect at which It nlniH are liettef home better schools n hl iur degree of skill lu their pursuits and the cultivation of better moral tone among the uegrv population of tLo Gutted States Booker T Washington Is the princi pal of the TuskestH Normal and In dustrial Institute The school has bees built up under his personal direction and has proved of Inestimable value to the colored race Jq tenchjaf t riftt jnftMrt flied aq the focejnqst IMP itt Wa race in this country He was edaeated at Hampton Institute Vlrgbala and tcman of superior learning aid attain went Mr Washington presides fall tho sessions bf thifT Wkegeo cia ference it NOTED BEAUTY TQWED June do PpnaTV K otrm aa tlte Handsomest VaBiaml Earoyc Mile Uane ida Pougy the French actress celebrated as the most beautI- ful woman in Europe notwithstanding a previous matrimonialt piperl ce qtioqtt te p2avry Picls tOccrkr iWhethep prnpt slic will retire fronrthe tate In as yet problematical The beautiful DePongywas divorced from her first husband anoOlcer In the French navy For years Mile de Pougy has bees the most talked about woman id Eu rope and it is said that her memoirs should she write them would not fall photo by IfI t k II Hrr tpnected at various tIUIeti wit- htrff lM thq Ilplgians Prince wapela flonapartuJ ftl Pl t tp N5l i fItltIrliuro1w q 1iJp fn JqlIiltJIf u ffpJ r9 1151 Fd lyzFq pale her bitterly attend Sftfl lunphed with several tfflftl qitwi t Pflusy pst out of 1ttfera Park teft H preaInout character Jfo JDoubt AH at It Bridget whuuJId you say to Miss Smith when she called told her you were out this tin inrt aiim fljr 1 f DellI JIIciw foIcIol MIr Ott Jr = WItIotItbe rwt to tiii II = oo as 0taIoI e 5sm a e I7SSawe rlL flfa terl c e4s 4j11 7IILcUIiws CMIItMIA1LiuMSiSpIlK77L l IMpLIssIll U f t LtIDon4eiUu1iuuuweie put lIKlWM aCPcansit be MM IIAHI secretes eflovfh bile to eak txacutt their natural fanctlaat iJ urJ1alcau by cathartka conUaiul asA tacraastoc Jesse ttxttalft hMIItIl iw 1 ii piIssF IkiriMMI4Jhlhg I r PMrs pksstcw IIJ lit1M4 itt AFree IaItAaycraar csisse atisths eeIe ai 22f i to 2Stii viM recur IIjUi wrt SaberrE Lu lid a espy if iiu Ikiiifranaiai U be wIll send M W a siiaad MireM tkc Ca t hkk fcrtr I i4ree4t L11Jj I 8 PH Ir Imfrlmmm I n l f t t n TrZ iP 3Jt SD fJl PTJ f i r if 171 1 u G ubbm is j 11Nswspapers 1 the country offend Ht reduced rAtes to NEWS LEADER iubtcribeff J wzv- zLeivHIs NnfJ Za tttlt 87i iirr JiraIJn a week loO tLoiaillet i 11jioaiiriJ Faiaier Iloae Jearnal 11 Cm u f lA Cininaatm t Coattry Geatleana I ii Isterilate Posltryip jII- Ohf Fars 11Indepei4bs isUr Kilihi i 1bQ St Leitmu Globs1eeerst 111 Ceatarr M giiBt 7fr BtNich V4 Soitker Florist and Gardeur 1 110 ELarpfrri eeklj 426 darper Bijiar J2 flarpera Ho rnl Tatle f2J N y World t- Mansers rlf 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