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T i wT T j t ti it I J1ut NWiD Rs ii f i 1 t rif f iif j r J ff I I f I IXNo t i 2 i SPRINGJFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MACH 2902- V 1j liiYEAB IJ l iL i r i KIR DIRECTORY Jrt c Sp IJWFlci Dt county seat 6f- Tir ltcttp County 52 miles south rtt t a i jx1toui 59 mite from 10nisyUle oa JJardstoWn tbranch iroadintt ub ri11e and Nashville ra f Jrijil8X and agricultural district fh r JBMlrs telegraphl and telephone HiecxpresoIYLce1flourmillSI tafi lf Population 1100 population of ctr1OQO Rftyresenta Congress Hon D Jfv S fithi Hodgenville Ky Representative In Kentucky Legis litMte HonG A Dohoney RecesctativcidStatc Senate Bon iiiJt E JPuryear Crapbellsville Ky 4 f SIiJ Directory i1 4CIRCUIT cqTC ttutrt b glqo the fourth tMfidiV in February May and Octo j 10ber Vsc E pattest n Judge W H SWeneyCommot wealth At i ttorMey Li F MCampboll OUrk rThpkA Medley Master Com miss 7 e J91 i UIRERLV COURT Qaaftefly Coiirt Ia held on the third i4nday in chiponth 4T4taeT iudge s COIJNTY COURT County Court meets oa tbe fourth padiiy in each mputh Litert1d Lw Fj Booker CoantyiClerk 1j3 Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Byron Crpake Sheriff RicfaUrdIsham SideyOsborne f K H Mullicaii MDejJulies ttEd Masters i f f iae l ibore County SuryevprV JLRoya1fy Asqr2fr TP OBrsnnDepulv t TioDcrtNoe Treasurer 1 f jffil 1onfgomeryOrOflers + CITY COURT t VfH JCIaker police Judge I 11woraMhal1Clayboke City iit1oney I v JUSTICE CpOxtT rJuStice Courts are held in January April July and October jI Church Directory BAPTIST CHURCH i i Key George Swopepa tor Ser viceA eycry Sunday at II attySnd 730 jpHi Sunday School it 830 Pi ayer Meeiingjon Wednesday night at 730 j METHODIST CHUkCH t vr Stiles Pastor Seryicc tliqirstndTliird Suudays lnc ch ohtflannd730pfl1 i PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH vRE CLawson Patpr Ser Vyiccaicyery Sunday at ll a m and 7t30 ptnVi rclyer meeting every Thursday niht 1 2C THOLIcrcau Ii VRevPvFv HennessaT Pastor oer vici siecyundaia 8 and 10 oclock ajm its tV ces at St Rose same hours 3HMSTIA C URpiI x RevjH Lloyd Pastor Services secondtana fourth Sunday in each ffmonth tf4 Orders7 Fraternal tX MASONIC LODGE Springfleid lojpe No ineets second Mouday ip each month v WaantngtpnJiO Chapter oS7 mestseiery thirds Monday Springfield Council No 52 meets on eyeryjroarti Monday7 JXNJGHrifof THB MACAaBES Meets every first Wednesday1 in eah month I O YBrACKHA wjt TRIB No 54 meets every Wednesday night in wijwam McElroy RaiL L ahdN TIME TABLE tTiU1a1Dtureoft Trains h fit AM P1r 12 40 Art4prlngfleIdLV530t2 It 15 Valley Hill 5 411S6 13 te Booker 5471 47 a 1b 54 IiVIro kesV 3 54 68 11 87 Woodlawn 0321al it 27 Early TimeS 2225 r illSBaniatowB4 621255 100Namreth 68 J3 08 11II eSarnue1so 8 il 3 M 35 DeatvllIou i 3 50 4055n19 Hojbs 52 Cleanro nt 701430 42 Bar towuJunct 710500 tBhelbttrdivllIe I 20 flubersT27IBouth Park 7 39 5IS 00 tTLoulsTille Ar 803 6 10 JLUti AMPM s rt M FoleysLHoinTy aad Tr It stops the tough heIdstrugtieqslthelul1g9 au t aliycifect security from an attack pneumojia Refuee Substitues iifii A t A March GIcc TJI heat the wild geese honking From out of the misty nlghtr A sound of moving armies j t In their might The river Ice I hoar the bluebird plaintive From but the morn Ing sky Ot see his wings atwinkle Tbat with the azure yiPM No other bird more welcome No mo prophetic cry f Ihearthe sparrows ditty Anear my rtndy door A simply song of gladness That winter days are oeri IJlove him more and more J Oh Sp rlnit surely coming H couriers fill the air Eaohnioru are new arrivals i IHerfoot fit on the stair John Burrpnghs in Oojuntry Life 11I Of Onswoping Matting OT FOUND The irienos o a a well known yojang man fJ wno llVei m one o tile Jargeslf atowns in the county outside of the county seat are having a lot of fun at hisI expense and although the matter iis quite a serious one in some respects the victim of the circumstance takes It good naturedljf It seemf hat siveral weeks dgo the young man came in quietly and secured rdrn the County Cleric alicelise marry a popular young woman al objection that bamer to nipny uniting of fond sOIII l tood in the way however f the timg but the young lover hope and his marriage license and had abiding faithi that all would turn out fight iti the end Butalas for liim who pins too much faith on Ke constancy of a her promised loved one wasI barred from her home by stern parents it seems that another ad miter took a cruel advantage of the1 situation to press his suit and it is now whispered that lover No 1 wouldnt staud the ghost of a show even with the aid and consent of the old folks Tl1elln7 lucky lover is as we said before making the best of it and says t that he will return thejlicense toI the clerk marked no property fund till HOUND TALK Beneaththeituiorhwardfghtt aMy prepareI thefch 1did 1young o COME upAt leoJu11I hr term of the jUounty Fiscal Court next month some impprtant questions are to come up for consideration Probably the most important matter to be taken up is the road problem which has grown to be aserious one and hard to handle From the numerous expressions of opinions and suggestions we have heard there seems to be only about one point on which all agree and that is a fact which is apparent to ajl who travel It is that the roads of tile county are badvery bad and are get communicaItions the question have appearedL re cently in the NEWSLEADER but we doubt if from it all the Fiscal court can get any practical plans to go on The question of rovQI nue appears to be the firstij stumbling block the amount yielded by the present tax for road purposes being inadequate todo the work and yet the con stitutional limithasbeen reached in that regar1Apother point which developes and one which the Fiscal Court can rfnd should t remedy and that is that the funds and the resources which are already at hand for maintaining the roads are not used to the best advantage TIe various overseers are bla led for this and while some of them do their duty to the best of their ability doubtless there are others who are careless or incompetent butj buck of this all the fault rests on the system or rather lack of sys tern In selecting a large num ber of men abroad overseers it iis almost impossible to get all good and competent men and men who will give the same attention tha they wouldtotheir own personal affair3n seems tus that i ou1 it ldbe ai1p twardsthe- d adoption of a good system f ir the Fiscal Court to appoint Boad Superintendent for the county and empower lliiiiii with the duty jf supervising the work on all the roads letting1 the con tracts for work and seeing that the work is done properly or in other words have one man to do he work of the overseers and dispensewith1thelatterposjtjonThis be a good man and the county could afford to pay enough to secure the services of a man competent and honest otherwise the plan would be a failure We beleivei that with a better system the- mount of appropriation now available for road working would make a much better showing than it does at present L LL SHOULD HELPA good deal of or in fact nearly all bf the responsibility of good Tor bad roads in the county rests however with the citizens them selves If all of the citizens of certain community fBj instance would pitch in and work the loads each man doing his share and all takinga pride hi having good work done the chances are that that particular section of road would be good arid no one man would be put to any great expense 01 large amount of exertion either In fact we believe that if every man in the county would work the road tothextent or which he is paid and put theIItiously that the roads could be ept up even with the small money appropriation available But unfortunately it iis hard to get some men to see and do their full duty as citizens and sri long as that spirit prevails iit will beard to keey any public enter prise Jn first class condition A GOOD THING German Syrup Is tbespecial prescription of Dr A Boschee a celebrated German Physician and is acknowledged lobe one of the most fortunate discoveries in Midi6ne It qlticl Irrcures Coutrnss Cldand ull Lung troubles of the feverjsl nature reraovitv as j ifne5tbe cause ot the uffeciion and leaxingthe- parts iu a strong and healthy condition It is roian experi stoodIraqidly increasiog sale every seasou confirms To million bottles sold annually Bos bees German Syrup was introduced audisvillage in the ciyilized world Thee dosss will relieve any or dinary cough Price 75 cents Get Greens Sp ciui Almanac lCould Not Deather Coughs colds croup grip bron- chItis other throat and lung troubles arc quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure Qnc Mnoite Cough Cure is riot a mere cxpcctorcnt which gives temporary II f it softons aud liquifies the mu aWsout the in flamaton and j the cause of the disease Absolutely safe Acts it once One Minute Cough Cure 11will do all that is claimed font says of the Peace Q flood Cosby Miss My wife could not get her breath id was relelved by thefirst dose It has been a benefit to the entire family Haydo u and Robertson Makes Weak Women Sfrong 1 bav takii our Rcmicks knowLittobptboba tinic ever usod It will make Irr wpak woman strong I ciw Ot praise It enou n Mrs O D Pickering Olney 111 Porsile by Haydon and Robert u Improving Rapidly rTheeiamining trial of John C shootjingand wounding Felix Downs has been set for Saturday March 22 Downs is improving rapidly Dr Cox having removed the ball that had llodged in his hip and as the wounds are not of a atllre atshowtime before henHI be able 1to go abonL4Record- eyaHneyFo Cure makes fie kidneys and bladder right Contains ndLWimsatt Money Makei Thirty years ago IrJTHackley paid a negro fire dents each for setting out three him dred locust trees along tjhe banks of the Hanging Fork which flows over a mile through his land In this alluvial land these trees have attained very llarge rtreeserage from she to ten dolls worth of posts Theirpresence has not interfered with tIle con tinuous cultivation of the land so they have cost nothing Mr Hackly has at various periods since had planted on his land over a thousand locust ttrees which in a few years will be ready to cut as valuable timber Locust being one of the most durable woods known Js Unex celled for fence posts rDanville News I Notice All persons having claims against tile estate of William K Dogsaon deceased are called up 14onproven to the undersigned or his attorney T S Mayes on or be fore April 1st 1902 S G Logsdon Admin of William R Logsdon Salesmen Wanted Iam in ned of a few reliahl4 energetic men tO act as my assistants for the sale of nursery stock Previous experience not necessary Live active men can earn good wages For terms address giv ing full name ige and reference W Y C GRANT Columbia Tenn T Vice Of Naftftinft Clouds the htijpine nf3 thy home hut a nagging wom u often needs help Sh3 may be so nervous andrun down in health that trifles annoy her if she is melancholy exctable trpubltd with loss of appetitr headacne sjoeplessuess coiTsti putidu or fainting nd diz y spells se needs Electric Bitieis th tuost wondersul l remedy for ailinsf 7oraen Thousands of snlfrs from femap troubles nervovs trouI s backache and wettEr kidneys have used it and become healthy and happy Ti lt Only 50c EavdonR bertson g aT ItH QiLlisfaction For Charily Wlllisburg Ky March 19 1001 Mhs MattiQrMcIlvoy was in our communiyIast week in her work of Kchajyty and love for poor suffering humanity She had g tieRupIa silk qult and sold chances on it for the benefit of a poor afflicted man that has to go to the oity to hirte a surgi cal operation performed The quilt brought 32 and ticket No 69 drew the prize and R H Ed dleman of Fairview was the holder of tha lucky number Mattie has a tact for such work and whoever shall be lucky enough to win her will get a prize sure enough R For The Complectlon The complcctionl always suffers from bHiousness or constipation un less the bowels are kept open the im purities from the body appear in the form of unsightly eruptions DeWitts Little Early Risers keep the liver and bowels in healthy ndition and re move the cause of such conditions C E Hooper Albany N Y writes 4I took DeWitts Little Early Risers for billioisness They were just what I needed I am feeling better now than in years Never gripe nor dis tress Safe thorough genuine The veryjbest pills Haydqn Robertson One Good ThingJ We believe in even giving the devil lite dues and we wish to record one good day passed by our Legislature Viz Farris anti Blind Tiger bill This was evi dentally done during a fit of re morseof conscience A bill was also passed permitting the coun ties to vote a s hool tax of not to exceed 15 cents ou each one hundred dollars worth qf property to be used in extending the school thrmColumbia Specta tor Ijripp coughs qnickly yield tto the wonderful curative qualities of Foleys Honey anti Tar l There is nothing else just as good Vood Wimsatt TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DA Y Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab ets All druggists ref and the money if it fails to cure E W Groves gature laof eachbx25c fifth Class Cttv Springfield Moves Up a Notch in ImpQrtance TIlE THE CUSS PASSES TU The bill which has bee before the Keptucky Leglslati re for two sessionsnow which j rovides that Springfield beplace among cities of the fifth class passed both houses last week i nd will become a law as soon ast le gov ernors signature is attached The new llaw will not go into effect however until the expira tidn of a period of ninety days after the adjournment of the Legislature Under the new class fication many and important c ianges- relative to the governm nt and affairs of the town w take place Instead of a Bard of Trustees the head of tie city government will now cc nsist of a Mayor and a City Coun il com posed of six members These together with a Police Ju dge are to be elected by a vote of the peQple The City Co neil is empowered to appoi t the Marshal Clerk Treasurer City Attorney and such other minor officers as maybe deeme necess ary in the government of the town such as fax c Hector assessor etc The law j rovides that the members of the city council may receive comp nsatipn for services not to exc ed two dollars for each regular neeting per member and that the Mayor may receive a salary net to exceed 75 per year The other officials may be paid such salaries as are fixed by ordinance passed by the City Council Tile matter of compensation for men bern of Council is of course TIft with them but it is customary in small citys for the councilmen o serve gratis anti the Springfielc City Father will doubtless seglad to offer their services fre The latf governing jities of the fifth clas makes am jle pro vision for revenue for he supf part of the government and the Council may by brdinaice impose upon and Collect icense fees and taxes on stock fran chises trades occupati ns and professions as it maydee n nec essary In the matter o fixing the license for the sale of spirituous vinous or malt liq ors the law is quite specific It provides that such license shallno be less than 250 nor more tha i 1000 per annum The license paid at present to the town by thesa loons and Qther places selling liquor is 175 per year In the matter of ma ing the change in the officials from the sixth to the fifth class the law is not entirely plain It is rovid ed that an election shall held at the next regular elect n day after the law goes into effect which will be on the firs Tues day after the first Mond y in November of this year From July the time the act becomes a law to the election the present board may hold over or possibly a new board appointed by the county Judge will act until the new officials are regularly sleetedI and qualified Would Smash the Cluj Iff m mbarof the Hay Fever Association would usd Dr Kings Nejw Discovery for Con sumption the ciub woul go to pieces for it always cures this malady and Asthma the kind that batTle the doctors it wholly drive from the system Thou sands off once hope less sufferers from Consumption Pneu omia BroocUitis owes their liv sand health to it It conquers Grip saves little ones from ero p1inu Wboopimj Cough and is posi hrostIObrtsO1 Dengers of Pneumonia A cold at this tithe if neglected iis liable to cause pueutnonia whioh1 is so often fatal ann even when the patient has recovered the mugs are weakened making them peculiarly susccptable to the developcmeut of consumption Polevs Honey and Tar will si op the CQUgh eat ayd streugthen ttie lungs and prevent pneumonia 3o1db Wood hind Wimsatt 9ois fhrejnicTai har lunxsatid stops the cougb J shWaYIThe following appeared liii Sundays Courier from Danville Dr Napoleon Bonapafti Riley a cancer specialist 0 Washinffton county is in jai here He has successfully treated b nutaber iif cancer pa tients iti Boyle county a record that has brought him a liberal practice During his vsits he oet Miss Ella Mosley a pretty young woman of the Parksville neighborhood The doctor iis a widower and nearly eighty years of age and is said to have had rivals in his attentions to Mis Mosley Some of these rival it is alleged sought rey ngeitia rather peculiar manner The aged specialist called on Miss Mosley last ight at the home of her parents He was enraged when he started to leave to find his horses tail cut otTo Belie ing the deed had been done by Calvin Altsrnan who had been his persistent rival the doctor called on Altsman with a rifle and two revolvers When Al s man came to his yard fence the old man drew the two pistols and bisallegedr1val ran inside the house Tp day Altsman swore out a warrant and had Dr Riley arrested Be was tried before Judge Prewitt thiS after noon and fined j25 for carrying concealed deadly weapons and was given a jail sentence of ten days He will ask Gfpv Beck ham for a pardon Robert Mosley brother of the young woman a warrant this afternoon against Calvin Altsman Owing to tne prominence of Dr Riley who iisi L said toe quite wealthy the affair came as a sensation and hte been the sour of much comment Dr Nap Riley is well known here He lies in tthe Willisburg neighborhood Keep Upa brisk Attack upon that bad cold and do not waili for it to wear itself out Perry Davis Painkiller is a powerful ally Use it internally with warm sweeten ed water I ub it well into the inflamed throat tn11 sore chest and whet 1the foe has taken flight you wilLun derstand why time and spasmodic competition Jmakes no difference ir the popularity of one Painkiller Perr Davis Hows Tils Wo ofTbr OnoSundred DoIIarRowtrd tot any isiso oJOatairh that oinnotbe cuied by STalls CatorrhC Ire F J CHENEY t CO Prop TolcdoO We thoUfder8l ned liars known t J Chenoy for the last 15 yaara and Io Sieve hun perfoctly ionorablo in nil Dus lucas transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firmiWEsrifc I Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 WALDINOJ KIN it MARVIN Whole sale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken tnt rnnllT acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces o thesystem Price 75c per bottle Sold bv all Druggists eily infeninitlsa tre4 TheasnrCountyChicago 1902 E iL Davi on Jr Publisher NEWSLEAD 1RSir40u will find enclosed one dollar for my subscription to NEW LEADER for year ending May 2dj 190 pi want to congratulate you on tlfe great iin provement made in the make ujo your paper in all respects It is a most wel come weekly visitor hailing as it does from dear old Springfield I am still of the opinion that eld Washington icounty is the banner lone of the United Statqs Truly and Reepectfully JOHN TV CKAYCROPT Not be Afraid to Jpok the facts squarleyin the face That cough racking and pcrsistanti accompanied by tightness in the chest and spitting stick mucus is a sign of consumptlo t Common sense die tates the ussof Alleus Lung Balsam an honest remedy singe it contaius no opinman efficienti remedy since it heals the irritated inflamed throat and lungs add so prevents akieepseated cold from running into incurable forms of consumption Practically Starving After usin a few bottles of Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure my wife received perfect and pcrmauent releif from a severe and chronic case of stomaQh trouble saX9r R Holly rent state insurance and loan agent qf Macomb jll Before usiup Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she could not eat a meal Vithput intense sufferiig She is entirely cured Several physicians aid many medicines fait4d to giveTeleif You dont have to diets Eat any good food you wjanti But dout overload the stomach Koqol Dyspeosia Cure will always digest your food for you Hay don aud Robertson TaitCIyears missed taking Ayers Sarsaparilla every spring If cleanses my blood makes me fee strongt and does me good In cvry way John P Hodnette Brooklyn NY Pufeand rji blood carries new life to every part of the bony- arefnvigorated sYcw refreshedf You feehanxiptis tob active YoubccOifle Strong teadycourageosThatwhat will do for you lNabokle AtlkuItlsEI k Tonr doctor irhmtbaeilik of Jdyw Sanaparllla ire knows iii boat44 paM old Zanily medicine rolloy hU a4ieI- M1uu1 lbtJtICATD 1t t 0 r Died in Marir H Mrs John Dillon xvllo lived with 1sr son Mr Dennis Dillon on the J B ONeal farm near Lebanon died rather suddenly Tuesday afternoon of heart trpuS ble She hfid been complaining luring the day and on the dayfte ore her death but to neriamily ler condition was not consider d lan erous She YJls 4iersotCytj nd Hived for a number of years tn Washington Ouriy One v laughter and two sons survredxr y 1 ler Her funeral took ploce at St Rose yesterday morning Mrs Dillon was knownPas oo Christian lady Ijfebanott Enterprise lr The deceased lIiyej3twufy this i ouftty until a fiw years ago 3hei and her family kept thirst toll gate out of town on the Ma0kville turnpike for years and he was known tp nearly every jody who traveled that road vMVliKiitglly s Cream Balm the greatest 6 f1sitajrh remedies is certainly cheap generous trial size costs buBfed K tnsJ Full size 50 cehta Sold b druggists or mailed by ElyBtolYf Warren StNY4 i3S Mill Str Lexington Ky jdessfs Ely Bros After giving your j ream Balm I can truly sayT fetsHwn efited by its and fehall continue its use purchasing from the druggist here ki Mrs WB Danielr COurt Day at BardsfPyvni Ijjast Monday was County Court day land a large number of people were in town A good many horses were offered but wefe withdrawn at unsatisfac tory prices J y Eddleman re ports thefeale of one old mire at 1450 JL Bridewell soidtwo mares one for 12 and another fprj 50 Two steers were with drawn at 2050 andsaven head of cattle were withdrawiiat 123 E H Arnold sold as follows GrMy horse 434 j three ear plc aqk200 bay horse 57 by mare65 bavfforse 57 sorrel maire S 0 blindrare 16i5ps brpwn colt 40 s6rrelmore 1fsorrel mare 16i Standard sNrWy JMackv Wilhite the Veteran t norseman has returned horn c Spiringtfeld and tells of adisrt coteryin tobacqo growing made by a Washington county man I Instead o planting his tobacbo seed Tinder canvass us is the ustial custom he soaks theininv warm water and places them under a setting4 ihen In two or three days theE seeds begIntoi sprout and can pet planted in th oil with fine iresulisy so J14r Wlhite says DafitHle Advp t t tls Eeonol11vJaOhif fr 1 4 prominent farmer tfba wiwk 1i sired to subscribe for ottr pap lrfew days ago had thei nerve to ell us it was a good paper aod 10 always enjoyed reading it but hat it wus not neceSsary for Mwi o Subscribe as neighbor 8oi dV o took it and be could s1aia 0jfrow his Owing totheacfr ht ho was a pretty larjfe+juwl mky fellow we flit jwtbiiif at mule iit a point tostfft OR iis dogs tailalul pu ctmtrea ek of granulated sugar irhiek IB had 1left sitting by ta 1fJu tfor a little revenge Aft r eikhadone we made somt fg urns oseechoWP1uch good tit iltdojlar was doing him whkk justly belonged to us and llit following was the result uriqg y6arhe made 140 round trips across the cbuMtrj to furjile1 foandsots cpreriag in jail 315 jtMi tire lost from work m mkkmakiripsr 78 hdiiKf s ifor 8 days Wear aid lefcjo r shoes vyhile malting JrlJ 4250 JIe told by f rt ef Saiswhen lip saldbis gliL oses 62rJi told by frimi tbriir DH f Soandso to whenslif Sgnrd returu tnffjpagtfr 52ll i toltii to farmer Soasdso is to why he had npt etiil1ei th paper sopner 9 264 Ii alIi showing ln Actual cashiowQ 575 with ftSlBtears to isye ini the iquarantiae st Ua tr after death for the ttHia r tJ 93JT5 lief as7 live y www w stealing toi1ars wrtk Pr aIolco1iiD Jbot q in reader t oer E j S rJ Dyje Jt6Rlgssb wM ysu 1 w JwJswioiJPiD fAYEAR IN ADVANCE SPRINGFIELD xy J7 y JB L DAVISON Jrr l Ii ED7 2LisRER J tie 1orb111 =s3 iiptices 10 cents POI3 jtOTxthe firstiiertlbn and 5 cents e4uHeq1lentlasel11oDI CUsmi candidates and political matter c p r line Job wq t Ja doita at Iqw rates bet cash wustTM afd on delivery of goods AA7erttsiHg contracts made on liberal terawf j JpMtwarlei and reso1iitIcpf respect 3 t1tifpcr line LN2OUNCEiET Citaty Magistrates f 50C C unty Officers 500 District Offices KOfl TTHURSDAY MARCH 20 1M2 jtJ7 1ode of the bills Which were lip4LSjedby theLegisiature makes J itradicaVi changein the registi ioli and vpthig methods The I bill requires voters infifthclass cities tcii register before voting- as in ites6fhigher class The bill allib provides that a certificate of registration be furnished t each person registering and that this certificate shall he presented l to the officers of election before thevite1 shall cast his vote Springfield will soon be in the fifth class and all voters in the town wlllha required to register It loolcs to us that the plan of arnishinga voter with a cer 4I tificate of regjstjutioii to bpre seated before he is allowed to vote isa tgjCKKi way to encourdge vote buying In order to prevent a man from voting for the other sIde a candidate will only jJ have to get possession qf the certificateand thereyon are The Kentucky Legislature has adjourned The session camttQii a close atmidnightTiiesday after passing the Revenue Bill which t httd taken up the attention of the closingtthat passed were as follows The i Revenue kill IheDouble Liabili ty Repeal Bill the Municipal a Tax BU The Louisville Judges BiUj the Investment Company Bill the Charitable Institution and Penitentiary Appropriation Bills the Farris AntiBlind Tiger Bill The Registration i Certificate Bill the Child Labor Bill y Some of the important biiLs which failed to pass and they are in the majority ate the l hill to redistrict the Congress iohal Judicial Senatorial and Representative districts the School Book Bill the LocalrQpl ttoi fill the Asylum Control Bill the St Louis Exposition bill the Byron Antittrust Bill the Telephone Bill the Jefferson Circuit Court Rotation Billi h Repairing Neatly H Doneir Never thought of such a signfor a medicine did you Well its a good sign for Scotts Emulsion The body has tq be repaired like other tilings rid Scotts Emulsion is the medicine that does it The ep or bodies wear out f from worry from overwork bfrom disease They get thin and weak Some of the new ones 4renowell made and ill of the old ones are racked rota 1ongusgeS cottfs Emulsion fixes alll kinds It does the work both inside and out It makes soft L piisrh thin b1odredp eqk lungs strong hollow p1aesfu11n1y thebestma teri1i ei sed in the patching jid the patches dont shpw through thene vjglbw ofhealth Wolone has tojvvait his turn You can do jit yoiirselfyot and the bottle 1Thfa picturei Represents the tSde IJtrk ojFScott i Eat and bon the jriappef pf every bottle l SCOTT SOWNE 4P9PeiISt New York J Yidr a1firu I r Y- QMflthNews From The County 1 HappeningsI Among the County People 1 as Reported by our Correspondents ftftftftftn nnnnnftnn n ftrlftftftnAnnnftftftnnftnnftftft nnnnnftnA Mackvilef Graves sold a combined 1Leslie horse to Dick Isham nigh allilWu Ilea u u dred pounds of meat Mr Derringer and Misses Effie and Myrtle Robinson were the p1asantguests of Misses Nora and Lela Goodlet Sunday Mr John Mcllvoy and wife of Willisburg spent Sunday with the familyof Mr Lev Williams Mrs Mcllvoy is in Louisville this week purchasing millinery goods Lf Mr Frank Seay and wife fc WalhtiSeay and wife of Valley mu and Emorson Bar low and family visited atthe home of wl r Sleet Chesser on Friday Mr Thomas Harttesty trid bride On their return from Mm sville stopped over awhile with his parents here His ma v- lUuuuu Uc r riencbnvish them all happiness nd success r Talliam Springs J rs Herod Goff is on the sick homos Whayne has returned aHlinqisi c enry earcy has returned a Louisville TS May Hedger isthreatan svith pajralysis isba White bought a surrey j n Thompson Qreettfor 92 ockKays and wife have reed from Terra Haute Indiana i r Bailey Pinkston and son ois were in Springfield S tur r H 0 Mulling of Harrods w4S iii1 our community lastly f kv v do you let your Pulliam espondant sleep Wake him wake him up U B Sutherland bought a bunch of shdats from Bailey cstHJh at 51 cents r John Barnette who died s ionie near Tax orsville be brought to Rockbridge tery for burial efl0n the 14th Willie the ar old son of Pope Bishop remains were interred at cbridge cemetery ok out now as old Prof says are going to have more lly weatherin Marbb Now ass you had better prepare t for Prof ever jumps at a but what hagets her JV Sales filled his regular intment at Rpckbridsre ch Sunday He is 81 yeais Lnd perhasbs preached to j of Our grandfathers Head the c reof the Rock 6 church for 46 y ar- s9WSBUR Belle Sutherland is very at this writing iprge Colvih left for Illinois T ue day morning ss CoraTrent of Kirkland iting friends hare this week el E Foster of your town in our townon business last r v fus Foster and Will Simms uUiam visited our town on yJars Alex Yates of Moore Yisited relatives und friends last week iss Electra Cooksey and ler of Botlatid visited friends last week l d Campbell preached ta- e audience here last Sunday ning and night D Wells and Davis Noel at ed a party at Cornishville TueSilaY night St Gibhs and wife have re ed home after n visit to rela s in Nelspn county iss Maggie Mcllvoy has gone ouisvlllta this week to pur e hoc millirinery goods s C R Cheathaui is very i improved ttthiswriting has been ill for several Icy S l Patterson of Cornish waa seen hiour streets veok He calls quite often ein IIomlavladios seem sad but they ome back some day regret very much to hears Yates leaving our town ill miss her very much s going to Louisville It s Rose Hughes was called j bedide of her duughter Brqwn of Lexington Justine has pneumonia Simms married JesspJ fljll and Miss Ada BlacUeter on Jast Sunday evehiii near Polin They stole march on the old folks andranoif Unco Joe Hyatt is not getting along so elstt the present writing He hasbbQnjaui invalid for quite a while and vo aiv al ways soiry tto hear offhh Iwing ill We Avere glad to sep Jvfr Phos Trent ajul vie out Itt ch again last SundayI Wu liupe they wiltt attend datrchtuitli unit as they tie such Juaili l fit da y Scliool forliers Miss Lula WilstnLnlr Jack Slisjrp were marHiyfl on last Wed fay mornlnjr at 1l oclock at the residence ofEld Couch of VueUville Miss luh invited her young ladies to this place = r Those that were present were Misses iJda Birch Mayme M 1lritt Mary Gnder Lulu Merritt Nettie Yates Emma Sutton Sh wereIJerome Wells Leslie D Wells John TurnerGraveslII son Edd Birch After the cere mony the bridal couple drove to Springfield accompanied by Miss ellsIHouse They took the train at noon and departed for Louisville vhere they spent several days They returned home last Saturday t Miss is the only daughter of Mr LulaI Wilson and is an accomplished and attractive young lady while Mr Sharp pas only lived in our vicinity a short while but he has won many friends here and isa Veitions to the happy couple May they live 10 1and lead a happyI life MOORESVlLLiE Mr Jerome Trent will remove to Brush Grove next week Mrs Flora Smith visited Mrs WarrenPile at Simms last Sun dajr There was preaching at Maud Christian church last Sunday night Hughes Bros shipped a carItt tload oftobaccoto Louisville JustI Saturday Q Wheat and grass areloQking green and will soon tell what it is going to do Mr Hugh Mar81uIll of StringI town calleI onMiss Louise Sot Iz ties last Sunday j We had quite a storm last Saturday night However no serious damage was lone D Several of our men attended the sale of Mrs Ann Gheatham of BrusK Grove last Wednesday- Mr B J Settle will have a sale Saturday March 22 HeJ will remove to Louisville about April 1st Married at Bvush Grove tto church on March 11 Mr Walter Wilkins and Miss Nova Cheatham May every joy be theirs Mrs Susan Goatley ipre move to her new house thisweek She has quite a handsome structure erected by the Springs field Lumber CO W O Ellis as agent for Stark Bros Nurseiyvill make a do- slivery of trees for those at Springfield March 24 1902 Any one wanting trees for fall deliv cry are invited to call at John Moores grocery and see the trees as that is the place where they will be delivered Mrs Jane Parrent departed this life March 14th in the 74th year of her age of a complicatioh of diseases She lived near Burdstown and was interred at Mill Cregk cemetery after appro priate services by Rev Ander son of the Baptist church She luid a host of relatives and friends at this place who sym pathise with the family in then loss Peace to her remains Cottidnt help getting a coW nper cures itbut carrying home a Wottle ojf Ballards Horehoiind Syrup aud sing it as directed wilt cure the worst kind tOct1IHadoaldRobertso Judicial Dlfforcntlnticn Dipper nt wuysldc tayrrui That Jud e Clew who just took a solltjjry at the ban Knovhltn Hiippusu L TipitfrOh rnirly voll InllllJlr IOiiiftiiK ffirow owed him a vinali 1IIitt otic UUic and hchig tIdftip lit lliptuw vent to him for a litItip hiiduhgte and lit wouldnt tvrn give nit tthirty diiys IliinUiise intirposlug Ksctiw nu cctitliMDftt h ut lind a little dHTwiit ispirlciKtv dlilnt owe Iilnt anything mill ho pu mi yVnrsj Boslon Courier ItcnlnrlI of tilt Opoium Tin AiiMticai opoxsuni is j1l of IhI tItoIt currs uiuils living in 1I1lIUuiUd yvusiis it is the only one Itx in likerjtrtliM yoisnx a pouch thtI knti IOp11 Is tla only unltiml that 11ltIurtwL 1110801ofWIlions vbe Its mouth Is Illienilly nislntl with teiMh eyes arp Utaiat ruix and ti liiMis llko n snnko oo Ajtyictlvc Now hm ttiiidtliii salesman a very tie HinirsHi The handle you I will iirve ts tIitIy attractive Tlw Jrtt what l want to avoid Bverj titIeIt Iti1r OVHH hri Iweir tlitlrultoot ltrfijvt Sau Fratiejsco Ip4t Still Xooldne Aunt HannalFWhenIl was here two rS was armarrledTnow- Tnclo George Yes but the Is stilt looking for him that is tb say a ties of the time Bostpn Tralisorip v rc 5APf UREt THE CRITICS DiIUlnnt Sncccis of American Girl Ia andO11etait FRTS- jil s teijssle Abbott the cSarpilag young American who erecent debut In yrand opera In Paris was so pronounced srccccs Icgpqd iIr1 proml nenc a quo bound It In a rare thing for na ijppratic debutante to gaul the good wljl Of the French critics In a sin gle performance Butthis Miss Abbott nccompUshed and the public has In orsol tOopinIon Miss Abbott la n native of Ogdens burg Xl i and less than live years ago she wan Binglpg oon songs with MISS BESSIE her sister Jessie in American vaude ville 1ouses It was Jean de Reszke who by chance discovered the capabili ties of hii voice In company with her sister iliks Abbott was on her way to England tg till an engapehicnt at a London mjtfic hall M dc tteszko who by it lucky ohanco was on beard the stPTcr Uerdthe sisters sing a coon cj 4a concert and at once singled out tIa4 soprano as an unusually gifted vocalise yFoll6wingDe Reszkes advice Miss Abbott returned to New York and lie gnu to study vocal art under the direc tion of Mis Krida Achforth She con tinued tier studies With Mrs Ashforth until last May when her Instructor took her to Paris and had her sing for M Cntfoul The result of this hearing was that he arranged to have her sing for M Gallhard director of the opera who was so favorably impressed wither voice that he engaged her Miss Abbott made her first appearance in the part of Juliet In Romeo qnd Juliet ami was considered the finest debut ever made on the stage In grand opera Plcken9landknown1 southern fatuity of that name At one tfme her father was wealthy but he lost his money and the sisters were obliged to go on the stage to support themselves RIsfrORl AS A DIPLOMAT tlic Crcnt Actrcan Won Gort clinliof to Her Cause Illstori was chargedl with the mission of bringiiig round Irince Gortchakof the skit of Italian unity when she went in to a play at St Petersburg A the court was In mouthing slic was commanded to come and recite Maria Stuardn at the Winter palace Mine Ristori recited her great part and electrlfled the court The czar shed tears After she retired from the room the Imperial party was to alon filled with courtiers the craro wltz brought up Prince Gortcbakof and presented him lie had something to say jibout the emotional character of illstoris recitation lie wondered how ccouia have been so deeply stirred by the sufferings of one who had per shied centuries I so many ago was nOt thinking of her cried RistorU T was thinking of a living and discrowned martyr MpMjsed to be lend lut living I was thlukjng my beloved Italy I wauted under tile Image of Maria Stuurdat t wpreBent to the minds of their imperial majesties the cause of Italjatr independence and unity and I think tiey vJbrAted1huui son with my patriotic efforts I now want to convert yOu prince fpr I am afraid you think that Italy must not be resuscitated though sui bag risen as if from tile dead and Is full pf life energy hope Gortchukof answered In diplomatic commonplaces At length he appeared movLHl by Uistorls eloquence and said promise to refer the matter to his Imperial majesty You have not pleaded In vain r TrII TIIWRJ j JSTqft1- j cr L AigctablePreparationforAsslinilating tipg the Stomachs nndBowcls or INFATU ISV Hll DKLN Promotes DigestionCheerrul- nessandRestContains neiUler- Opium rorp1 ne nor1ofineral- Iluvksee4ir 1AlxSmna t f sr ImUuJJ Apcecl Remedy forConsUpa then Sour Stomach Diarrhca Worms ConvulsionsFeverish- ness and Loss OE SLEEP FacSin4lc signature orJNEW YORK OF WRAPPER- 7w Sf I I l 1 tr WiWi iwwWiVi ijjwili iIi 411ttiI 0 BuBu1esII 1 I J4c 4cbq Thet CarIi hem Oiirhousels f jtfz Sty1 allil Qny PiteJCall and matte a seIetion and b tor- pli ltrtI SEEDINGI TIKE Lp t i r You must remember is near at andt we haye grass seeds of al kIn dIl S 4 W 4 We make a Specialty of Northern eed Oats v Ij THOMPSONGREEN- I if SPRlNGFl L KY 4UUAiM OMiMWMyji MMiilUU4iUAMMU4MA f mm iCd Uls fluuk5lnntnreS A case for a handwriting expertwas noticed at one df the downtown banks the other day A treasurer of one of the ninny charitable organizations of this city lhindi received a check to be de voted ta that certain charity and he was desirous oi acknowledging It butIcould not read he signature He the check to thij bank on which It was drawn nnd qnefjtjoned one of the clerks as to the signature and was told that it was genuine but could not get the desired infbrniajtion It was ilext tak crt to the paying teller who also de dared that it WitS genuine but even he could not wake out who It was anti had to consult the card catalogue There wits no the slightest rcsem biauce betwcct the signature to the check and the real nameNew york Post The jlUua Doyi The bad b6s are often the best boys in the neighborhood All they want is a chance to do something Dont expect lhealthy active boys to want to be tied up In books and so called improving occupations c iiUnu ally If boys are not given goon ideas to work upon such as tIieyniwas let in kindergartens manual training and other up to date schools they are sure to bo in harmful mischief becAuse boys with vim and get there in them arc bound to b6 busy Give them tools nail materials to work with encourage them to make sleds carts boats and various kinds of playthings Dont ever give a bad boy up Give him something to do Vnn lulled Interest Charley dear said young Mrs Tor kins do you think that women ought to be prevented from voting Certainly not Wouldnt yOu trir to stop me If I tried to go to the polls Not for an instant Well then jvhat In the world is tile use of wanting to vote Washington Star From mid io Wor MyerI beliCve we will follow the seine occupation in the next world that we do here on partb- Gyer Get oijt What would plumb ers do In a plac where the water pipes couldnt freeze even If there was any waterChicatoNews Somo of Them Ont Is the jrytili outT asked the attorney for the defendant of Judge Way back I guess fwmje oflem Is replied the Judge sagely Theyve bin playln poker fer the past three boursrbblo State JournaL Lucky Girl Mr Cropper after the for hunt Were you in at the death Miss Annie eedWcll rather My poor old prundfatbcr left me a quarter of a mllllo CATORiA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of 1 n k Use LP For Over Thirty Years CASTORII MwYocrTv H And vve can afford to selli t I tclose Jigures now latestundnooilbiestj Any i 1 rady hand 1ej fhlladelphlsrrres t 1ilfi sIo jirk J Irisutance eA I 1 Reversed i ti SOUTHERN MUTUAL W Investmentt ComppykJr4- t 1 t blf LexlngtonKyS f fJ G W ltIcl ROY lt 1t 1 1tAGENT i iV I Spnngneld Ky IlLi l Ii Mt Lu H l t f7 l J CEMENTj L 2 1l j At Lowest Prices io l t RO UGH L UIM ERff t y t t DRESSED LUMBER t t SASH and DOORS o1 r LATffi and SHINGLESlr OOTBAtJTIN i l f tAnything in the building line at tbe SPRING f FIE LUMBER COs Marcl V j J r Ii Ij 5 5fCALL AN UHf PRICES fr r ultri1 dJ fl ram sorry kept vot ttint so lank hurry destriiinrtHrpl sin wife its siii entered ready rciit1te tliiat r It took nit o long to put on tny VMS Djd yoti put on only one coatV asketlblaiuly tSShe turned quickly and found his gazev resting on her Cbeekmbio State jJournai She Drew tbe Ijtno I IWozft yo make up dat quarrel 01home01 ed yo i SheI fogib dem Mistab Johnson but I donulowdenitoescoht mc home Judge s lIce Hope HeWhen we fiefc bete acquainted I shall call you by your first name She AH right Mid I hope our ac 1 quaintance will reach the point where my friends can call mo by your last name Chicago jaws There are people won ver give away any milk until after tlieyT skltnf It ami tlicii they want credit for cream jTn1valley of Csillfonila hivj described tit wonderful contortions of the wind vU lars that small whirlwinds somelirc5 ptalJEenl devils stet by Mr UIF WlWcrby the lEnglk explorer ltj the valley vr fhe AXhln Nili Sometimes twi of these whruK coluiiii jryratiug In OP lohttt1irecttouttittz tnnd If they tI vell nuttfll the t iliXon IIf tlietu drtiIh fihi4Utt4 ti4 4Itii tiitl y KhtlljwlRt Gradurtlly cm x Iiht iUuMUUHiitrv find the jtvo coin blind ligin to gyrstt Jtliko anu tiicii rush ltU KilherJT yusiiu of tht4t whirls strip tilt clMnx frea IrhIIK 1itU ur twist a coat found arid round liken toi Tin Perfect SJldncc TUertr Is no itsiLfpiij In the world like that whIch ontws dyer yU wllcr tItnrlhn1III ijcrov of redwoods IliiJr tnwi trunks rlsi hindrtHl of tnt Into Uit air und iin lost lIn tilej deut roof f rinlUv Ula the of am Egyptian Htuniv KTwu to supor hunitn iKljit On tht grpuoa there Is no undtrliriish hUt oilifcrn ufu size nnd sliupt that suwrest it prelilstprjc petlod dad ritlien trunkS tfiathave lain Uiirottlug tot a0pa ycarf There Is up Sunlight and no birds sing ff n storm arises It Is in hour before n drop reaches tit ground Here fcll ia as tt was slow croation and there is n- ornfttls the perfect silence Hq SONS FXESIGHTSFAILS i tI l K Hero of the Mcrrlmmc to Be Retfred ftFrom the United state NIvr ivall Constructor Richmond P Hob son hero of the iferrlmac incident fn Santiago harbor Is to retire fromrtheV navjTbecau e of falling eyesight SoroeJ i Urn ago Captain Hobson asked to bef retlied but Ws request was refused KOT In response to a inessagefrom President Roosevelt a bill has beenIn rro uced in the senate providing for Captain Hobsona retirement t Since the close 6f the Spanish 7 ar J captain has been employed coil iIhe tl3 In the severest kind of laboif 4He succeeded In raising the Maria Teresa one of the ships of Adinlrai1 CerUras fleet but she was afterward losti on her trip to the Norfolk Bav r yanj 1 Afterward Captabi Hobson wenttQr 4 1t11e Philippines and raised several of jJMQ copyright iswi ny J ifc tu xijf flostirn 4 C HOBSQji the khlpjf that Admiral Ppwy aetit t04 lbtL of Manila lifljv It Wt whtUe sneilnteizt1ui the retotintrue i tlonlof these tR d1 nt nqu Ontrtt lt hIs soshgbF begup tto tah1 F4rnugtO fsl tllndnejis he sjg Plpeclal leglsla tlou autbprlslng tile retlrflmcut ialm Hobson now In the U tte4 J statBS A mjfrE t i p r = x DR1M BllRON- a ffftfMDCNT DtNTlfcT TafM EXTRACTEDI I I f Sagaii Blocki P stairs sPRrNGF1LD KYs A1 D ntal Work Strictly FirstclmssJ ILILHOID r 7ICmXJEELR ETITBUILDUw f riatiy ecated I2NGFIELi KY J OR H LAMPTON iS j JQfFIOEl 9 Meuse ll f PRiS5 Ji SMOCK 1 sgrNIErD KY FIdoD1 Rinebarts Jo- rar pfic 0 over Peoples Deposit i Bkl v Qffic hours 12 t02pmI VV F GRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Office overPeoples Bank v t SPRINGFIELD KY The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The iwrsu el snBe at WICk Sa fLbintry There ISA disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so d cep j byUi tesultofklineydiseH vIce the kidneypoisoned bldod will attack t the vital organs or the kidneys themselves aThenrfghtsDItMHt DKilmersSwampRottheewd1s cpvery is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands l apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists In fiftycentft j freebrRept and its wonderful cures Address SDr Khmer Co Binghamton N Y arid QthI3PaPr ftteysJHmy Art Tar i Cures coughs and cotdllCCnres bronchitis and asthma rCres croup audwhoopinff coujrh Cures hoarseness and Bronchial troubles Cures pueiIthoniaaud CripoeJ None knovrs the unbearable tor ture one undergoes from piles unless thevaresoafflicted TablersBuckeye Pile Ointment is a quick safe and paihl sjcuref Price cents in bot ties Titbest1Scents Haydon an Robertson f t 4 WhenH childreni haye earache faturat a pieccbf cotton with Uallards Snow Linenient lind1ace it In the eaf It- will ftojp thdpain quickly Price 25 and 20 cents Hdvdon avid Robertson Affccfs f his Couiitv cTij 5 per cent flat advance inure insurance rates on frame store liuHdings rnorchandise stocks and special hazards re cently decided on in New York weut into effect in Louisville and- ICetickygetiera11y March 17 An Border to this effect was de cided on Tuesday of 1stwee1 at ja secret meeting of the Govern ing Committee of the Western Union in whoso territory Ken tncky lies Afa preyious meet ilug of this committee it was de cided to leave the question of the advance 5tttip av bulletin ballot of the members of the union At Tuesdaysrneeting this ballot was formally canvassed and it was found that the requisite 90 percent had voted in favor of the udvance Louisville Times THE toyCH DOES IT r Beaqas Plaster MQ like your other friondfrtiiey bate to see you in pain ox In eaineM tad we dud hearing yoa youandand Lapp Ttey ea dp it and will do itTry them on What for1 Why for any cough or cold you may be troubled with or any bothering pain or ache or worry with rr kldBeysorliver Possibly some old clutch muscular rh HuUm renders an arm or a leg worth only kaU price just now For anything that makes the machine work slow sad itiff with ftaijt naybe iu the motion of teuquarc1yonthe 1i rsattb sort that go to sleep on yoar slda Ike a cat on a cushion There icq1ortiacLapedyrd1efintheouthof Ule1iaXo other external remedy no mat r ter bow Mule or bow called iIs worthy to lire la the same street with Ben JaRs FagML Palas and ailments melt- away mder tkwi sasheet of ice does un der the peiag sun You cannot foretell tin weather but you can always foret- eUtMctef Bebioaa Flatten r it U M i ps U the efect of a hot bxeakfMt In a Hgrya aB ttomachi Sat look out for wbetiMteX Get the geatdne AU drug p Ufr we will prep Yp05tsgecmany Jt iuab e cd in the Halted States oa receptbt5csch- n Jrtk ooo tC1cL I1TON I TtffraofiHi ntH l ii iThi I AllAbout Yourself Friends i and Acquaintances ntslperlbI Northern w hite seed oats forl sale by Thompson and Green A No 1 roast coffee for 12J cents per Ib atCWHagans 4 Thorn psott anBGreen keep the genuine Oliver chilled plow repairs f 11t JPtoJ W Hagans for your 1jlrl Iii OrIllJ1 i Ragas J v f Pure New OrlejtnsMolassesa- tQW flagans at SOc nigalloifj this week gansrarid all kinsot garden seedJ fc sell the old r reliable buggy by ther carload l S MXARRICK i Early EQseVBurbanks Early Ohio Trluinphs anoV all kinds oi seed potatoes arid Garden seedsIII at Irvine McElrby V 7 All whO want photographs come at once 3will positively close galjery April 30 EA Cox WANTED To sell one bellows and vicei ops Oliver CQtl led plowI 100 bushels corn tpplyfuc DrS JSMdck The ladies of the Baptist church will serve a gqbdi dinner rta i quarter in the Barber building on Monday next Dont forget jt The barnb longing to Rev J W Campbell I at Texas burned one hignt Xast week One horse nd a lot of feed and other arti cles were lost I now have my complete line of Millinery and pattern hats will have them open and ready or inspection in a few days Come in and see them Miss Willie Knott isT in the EasfMooking up the latest styles in millinery goods in the interest of Mansfields millinery estab lishment of this place J The seven months old child of Mr Price Royalty of thej Mopresville ineighborhood diedf Mondaynight and was biiried yesterday at New Hope ceme tery I have made a careful selection eff i domestic arid imported pattern hats and feel sure that my custom rs will agree with me in thinking they are the prettiest ever shown in Springfield MRS KATE C WILLIAMS FOUND On thr Perry ville pike between Springfield and Pleasant Run a pair of double sight gold rim spectacles which theowner can have by calling at the NEWS LEADEN office and p 1yingfor this advertisement IShorthornblood red in color an extra good individual Bred by the late John Simms This bull is kind and gentle and is net roguish or breachy tf J K WALLS Miss Ellen Wathen returned from Louisville Monday after jspending several weks in the wholesale millinery houses there She has accepted a position with Mrs Kate Williams and will be glad to have her friends call and see her Mr S B Thompson desires all of his friends and patrons to know that his new livery stable on the street going to the depot will be open to the public on Monday County Court dayI Give him a call and have your horses fed and made comfortable Mr Louis C Schembergerwh- oisane eri nced and upto date carriagepainter who is associated with Mr W II Bond at theaold Casey carriage shops has arrived and is ready for business Pert sons having buggies and other vehicles to be repaired and painted will dp well to call at the shop Trie first meeting qfrtheeighth Congressional Teachers Associaj tion will be held at Harrodsburg April 1112 Prof R A Burton TOPIGI MM uunn pf ShelbyvijleJ is thepresidenti6f this association Prof Burton lisa WashiIigtpJC unt l yIis now County Superintend- ant of Shelby county and ranks high in educational circles The Bardstown and Springfield bowling teams have played twoI match games during the past week The first took place on last Wednesday night on the local alleysandresulted in a victory fprBardstown that4eam winning three games after having lost the first two to the home boys The return match took place at Bardsfown on Tuesday night and resulted in the Bardstown winning the con- tsWn three straights Miss Daisy Shaunty arid Mr Will Mudd two popular young people of Fred ri kstown surprised theif many fiends in the w county by getting married in Louisville On last Saturday The bride is ajsister of Dr George Shaunty and has many friends hi Springfield Mr Mudd is a 11rcongratulations n Mr Lytle Kays and Mrs Anna Cheatham will be married today Laysoni0Q4 a Lloyd of the Christian church f Iofficiatingand favorable known nan of the county Mrs Gheattiam is the widow of jhelate Jessie Cheat ham Her maiden name was Lef ler She iis a well known andPJ popular woman This is the second matrimonial venture for bothparticsth A horse driven by Will ONeal and Robert Dorsey became frightened on last Saturday night after theshow and ran away The buggy Was overturned throwing its occupants into a fence at the forks of the Bloomfield hnd Bardstown roadso bruising them up badly The horse continued his majd ffight until he reached the bridge on the Bloomfield road which is about threequarters of a mile I from town The horse ran off the edge ofl the bridge breaking its leg and demolishing the buggy The horse wais aftert r wards shot Mr Jordan Gray representing VtheI Board of Underwriters vas here the first ojf the week to s4e about the adjustment of insurancef rates The insurance company ies some time ago promised a re duction in the rate for springf- ield as soon as certain things looking towards the improve a mentqf the fire protection were done The law Board of Town Trustees have ordered more fire hose andhave taken other steps toward complying with the demands of the insurance c mpan ies These facts were pointed noutpromised that as soou us all the improvements had been made theJ gratesFaust B A fair sized audience appeared at the Opera House on last Saturday night to witness at presentation of Goethe great story Faust j t on by the Labadie Dra lCo The production was well given in every detail and the audience was highly pleased The stage effects tind scenery were features of the performance that were carried out smoothly and added greatly tothe production The people who make up the cast of characters in this cQmpany are away above the average andJ there wfrs not a weak member in thecast Mr Hubert Labadie was very clever in the difficult role of Mephisto and Miss Mary Van Tromp made an ideal Mar guerit F Brewster Smith played Faust all right and other members vthecompany carried their respective parts Well As long as such first class attractions as Faust are secured theI publiclplain For Rent Two rooms in the old brick buildim br M BURTON Children often inherit feebfe d festive power and colic of u more or less severe character results when food taken which is tt all difficult to digest Whites Cream Vermifuge acts as a perminent t tonic Price cents Haydon and Robertson SClE ItIP1 AN i1tlERSONAL 0 C Baldrick of Cebanon hero yesterday J R Olaybrooke bag returned from LouisYille W H L achnran went to Louisville yesterday JMrJ ville Monday V Mr A C McElroy went to Louis yille yesterday BMrGweek on business G Mr31J M Noe is visiting relatives in Louisville this week Mr Joe 8 Claybrooke lain Cincin nati this week on business L Mrs Uhailie Molntlra has gone toI VIeade county to visit relatives Miss Naoma Brown is spendlngtho- eek with Miss Lizzie Waters Miss Willie Mayes will be wittj Mrs Kate Williams again this season Mr Roe Dawson of Louisville visi l ted friends here Saturday and Sunday tMissis visiting J Miss Margaret Leacbman this week Mr Proctor Kelly and Miss Past ot Lebanon were in town Sunday af ter oonS I Dr W C Grigsby and Miss Ellap Weakley spent Sunday with friends t Mt Zlon Mrs Kate C V11lIaD1 has returned rom Louisville Cincinnati and ndianapolIsS Miss Ella Sweeney f Lebanon is the guest of Misses Lydia Duncan and Veola Brown Miss Sadie Mayes is visitinjc Miss abell Thompson at her home near Grove Mr James O Chescheir is at home after an extended business trip I rough tbs South Miss EUzaMullican is at St Joseph Infirmary Louisville undergoing f medical treatment Mr Robert Meyers and Miss Bessie Lewis of Lebanon were guests of Mss Mayme Allen Sunday Col John McElro entertained a few lady friends at sixaahd euchre n llast Friday afternoon Miss Josle Lea has gone to Louis ville where she has accepted a posi hen in thp New York store Squire Isaiah Prather of the Willis burg neighborhood was in town Tuesday andj paid the NBWSLHADER office a call Mr and Mrs Thomas Hard 8ty ave returned from their wedding rip and are boarding with Mrs Dudley Tapp Miss Bessie Rogers who has been Miss Lucy Selccman for the last week returned to her home at Lebanon yesterday Mr C M Kelley of Louisville a ormer citizen ot the county ame In- esterday to attend the funeral of Mr Richard Parrott Mr John Montgomery who has been making his home in Kansas for 2numberfather R B Montgomery who is very illSMr W D Claybrooke went to Frank fort last week to lobby in the interest of the new classification of the town of Springfield The bill passed the House while Mr Olaybrook was theret and went through the Senate the extdayThofulqwlngyoung people spent Tuesday afternoon with MIses MarI aret and Bessto Leacbman Misses Ella swseney Esther Boulware Lydia Duncan Messrs W D Claybrooke G Cunningham Clarence Hawkins Dave Lltney Dr H H HordI1rT Scott MaY 8 made a burliness trip to Lexington and Frankfort last week lIe stopped over and hobnob bid among the law makers at the lat ter place and piit in some good licksI t3vards holding along the passage of the bill for putting Springfield among clUes of the fifth class Richard Parrott Dead Mr Richard Paarott an old land valued citizen of the county died at his home about three miles from town on last Tuesday morning at an early hour Mr Parrott had been in failing health for many months but had been confined to hijj bed only a few weeks with his last illness The deceased was 74 years old and had been a highly respected citizen He was a farmer and stock breeder anda successful one being a man of good busi ness capacity and whose word among his friends and neighbors was regarded to be as good asS his bond He reared a large family of cnildren who are all now grown to manhood and womanhood The deceased is also survived by his wife and tbesympathyof friends through out the community is expressed for the bereaved family The funeral is announced for I 0 oclock this morning from St Dominics Catholic church of which he was a consistent member rLETTER LIT rLis ot letters remaining un calUd for in the Springfield Ky Postofiice for the week endiug of March 20th 1902 Hezy Bartiy i tLes BroySTaloiseRovaltySarah Dunking Ora B Eaelenj ertha Elliot spEliza Lurellii ceorgeSubie B Field Michael Fpgajrty aettieHill Mary Hauntton William Seacbru u H A Wedner Mary B Murphy Jee Overby btinniJim Parker puliasMissRobert Stratum Tuurtnan Houses When calling for these letters lease sy Advertised nwA Bad Breath A bad breath means a badp stomach a bad digestion a bad fiver Ayers Pills areA liver pills They cure conII stipation biliousness dys pepsia sickheadsche 23c All drunlts b Want your mouttaebe or beard a bcantniu brovd or rich buck Thenuio BUCKINGHAMS DYE wesaI 1f nor It GroceriesJ Coventry Sorghum 35c a gallon Smivll hams 12c a lb Garden seed 2 papers 5c Noi 1 fresh salmon 8 a lbnBrdwn Sugar 22lbs 1 Soda 2 pounds for 5c California Peaches 15c a canrWanted Country hams and shoulders at best market price Best seed potatoes at lowest price JOSEPH A SHADER FOR SALE Three good work i mares LUTHER BURNS Lockjaw From Cobweb CJobwebs put on a cut lately gave p woman lockjaw Millions knowf that the best thing to put oncut is Bucklens Arnica Salv+ the iufalabla healer of Wounds Ulcers Sores SkinII Eruptions Burns Scolds and Piles It cures or no PRY Only 5c at HaydonRohertsou drug slor Good Itrnwon For lIlDK I iiotlce said the man who had called Iii answer to an advertisement you state that you wish to sell out this hiinlncss and can give good reasonI for Mug so May ask what Is your reaso Cejrtalnly r answered tho other wan why want to sell out Tblrenson Is that Im not making It Chicago Tribune The Same Tongue- Il ally you know said the cockney nddrei lii7 the Bowery boy we C be hontaiiles Veave to be know We speak the same lyangwydge ntI Wot tell Holler fer an Inturpreter Your wurzy I seen you batten your eye Hit propper git propperl Obi nn Nakai CATARRH lpthoaldbe Elys teaxa Bnqu cksuee1eotheeauthc1athe It caret cktanh and drltea sway a cold tr the head t Cream Balm Is placed Into the nostril fpreads oret the laembise jet lIabE dRcllefli im mediate and a cure f It U not dryIsgdoea sot product aneeilng Size otaU atproc gWaorbyEaaU TrIalSIe10 cents b1ma1L SLY BROTHKBS M Warren Street New York A WONDERFUL ESCAPE Terrible experience of Rooter With an tndlnn Bund Quo of the most remarkable Instances the escape of a white man ttoin the Indians was that of John Colter a fa mous hunter and trapper On the day in question he and his companion were- urrounded by boo savage Warriors he companion was Instantly killed nd Colt r was captured His foes had no Intention of saving his life however They waited the sport of put ting him to the torture or at least of laying with hn as a cat pldys with a mouse The chief asked him If he ould runHe stud Not much He was released and told to saVe his life If he could Colter darted away at high speed nd mostof tlie 000 savages set oft aft er him There tjras a plain before him sir miles wide founded on the facvslde by a river fringed with trees Colter had always been famous as a runner und his practice Inowstood him in gooU stead He made straight across the plain for the stream and the yells of his pursuers lent hfaa wings His foes ad removed every shred of clothing rom his body and the plain was coy ered with prickly pears so that his un rotected feet were lacerated a t every way across the plain be glanced back and saw that only a few Indians were following Mm Again he ran On and soon realized that one of his Qur euers was nearing him He redoubled bis efforts and blood gushed from lila- ostrils and flowed down over his fringe of trees was near but a hasty backward look showed him the pursuing bravo dose upon him with raised Moved by a sudden imV ulse Goiter stopped turned and faced the savage with Outstretched arms The Indian was so taken aback at this unexpected movement that he- tumbled and fell This was Colters opportunity H0 ran back eized the spear and pinning his antagonist to the ground ran on Other savages came on fiercer than tore rat the death of their comrade but Colter reached the trees plunged nto their midst and then into the river nd swam to of pile of driftwood that had lodged He dived beneath it and stuck his heUdup between two logs covered with smaller timbers and brush The 1dlans came up and searched for several hours but failed to find him Again and again they walked over the driftwood Luckily they did ot fire it as he feared they would At last they went away Then Colter swam out and fled through the forest Seven days he went on living on and terries with no clothing un til at last he reached a trading post on the Bighorn river He never fully recovered from the erects pf this terrible experience Youths Companion unpbetlcnl Ioetp Poets are not always poetical A tale Is told in a contemporary of Aubrey de Vere growing ecstatic before Newman over the sweet pealing of the Oxford chimes and asked why they rang with so Inviting an Insistence Only young men keeping themselves worm replied Newman Tennyson gave several unexpected answers of tile same character He asked a youn lady who had shown herself more nthuslastIc than intelli gent over the beauties of Maud what birds she supposed they Tvere which called aiaud Maud Maud Night ingales sala the enthusiast No rooks you But the exact vocatives still a matter of discussion London Globe Naming the Baby Have you flamed the baby asked the admiring Neighbor Not yetj said the proud young mother Wefre going to christen him meX What an odd name Id almost us soon call him after Robinson Crusoes man Friday and be done with It Chicago Tribune An Unttmelr Call Minister your father at home Willie William Yes but hes got the rheu matism so bad be aint safe to talk to Indianapolis News Sometimes a mans neighbors consid er him ungrateful because he insists on managing his own affairs Chicago News Great Britain imports onethird of her food a itldi Oiifitiitl ij i i tiijj iti iji Ij tltiti t ac- E ti a e E Tf Ts AFf Yours 1 And Tf Cosfs You NejfMngr A SYon can gett almost ANYTHING YOU WANT In exchange for REBATE STAMPS We gave away last Christmas a 100 piece 9 dinner set EXTRA to Miss Lizzie Adams for having collected the E 5 most rebate stamps up to that time On July 4th we will give two 3 EXTRAS tq tho wo parties collecting the largest amount tre 3 bate stamps by that date On collecting the largest amount to hav- eS first cbelce Will announce later what the EXTRAS will bebegln satonce to collect REBATE STAMPS Here are the stores that 7 want your cash trade jf GRUNDY CLAYBROOKEr1cINT1RE Everything new in Dry Goods Shoes Clothing toadies ani Gents wear Prices cant be beat f =P JOHN C SHADER a Staple and Fancy Groceries ane Country Prpduce A complete Sstork everything you ask for no UJnBttJo tU businessgoes del ks who wait on you like they Want your trade end give you rebate stamps too e 4a WOOD WIMSATT Everything in Drags Paints and Oils J3ottom Prl esES JK D ROBERTSON SON V A complete line of Hardware and Farmers Supliestlso groceries 1- J JOHN Y M AYES E 3 Furniture and Undertaking everything the latest got our prices attentionI 1tCarefu1 If ALWAYS ASK FOR REBATE STAMPS If I mt m f mE The New Livery i xi Dept StreBt SPRINGFIELD KY- will be ready foprbusiness f MondayMarch241bif i l CoutQpaLthyandwill will begaellDU friends antJ customers s 8 TB liLPSolsiif a We Wisll Yoii4o KnoWi fThat The Grocery oBuslness I of ttade tryingto pOli or Fair and eI LOW PRICES Wear constantly actding to our lf stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries and propose to keep a strictly upto date Groc ry1 Wea already very IrqzI We giy4cash tickets deliver igoods rrefto your home PHONE 57S f MRRYJTAPP THE I4HTNING GROCERS l 1JWee Invite iOllf IllSCIIOU- Of our elegnt Stock of NEW GOODS Spring Dress Goods in all the new newIw aves Waist Go cs i n Silks Silk Ginghams Madras 4nd Effects T tirl Ve are row pre pared tofshPWa- coms stock of v CLOIG The Iapgndmost atfgactiVe wd haeeveia shown attdM v LWER IIN IUE- Than you Will find e1sewFe l w rein I For the purrs JDj seCU r by a e We j i Mercerizedir i l t t j c l j Just out a likrge ofSt2Ok C3 CEMSETS rThe rlatest shapes JVhite Pink and Blue nIL J Dont fail to visit our Wall Paper Carpet Lace Guriain and Rug Depart merit ItlS now mote complete than ever before r c Jc In Shoes we are showing yici Kid Patent cIt t Patent Kid Velour Qalf Box Calf jfi to made on all llast from the plainest to the wmost extreme Calf and examine th nGuaranteeto Suit you J w L We still extend a special vitBttOtl to cash buysAlways giying special cash prices Thariklof yofel r 4 past favorsand soliciting continuation of your ptro verec lain v Yo sTrp- lyflnninghai ifi Duncan j t1 tJ SSS r Follys Kidney Com kii tjmtmm 14 UjU JIIIK we bpened I We I Wt Imss t 1rb f Thin t n ii 0 March 1702jj The Cuban reciprocity 1iJiuutIorganizitidn Stration influence istelling and t th beet sugar Wiingyyastbg an ilt Cuban xecirjroQit umbers areI called tire slowl7surely being beaten This they vig r9t1ydeny and make airports of claims about what they wtllc do before thy wiU support Cu an reciprocity Some p f them doubtless mean every Ii wordthey ybut1t is plain to any one witheyesto see that vsinee the followers of Speaker Henderson who repre I Wnjts the administration out voted them7atthi veekstk ens the anlishave be n steadily t Ibeingrdund There are many members without conviction on the question trongf enough Tfor make them willing to ngure onthe losing They were t I with the antis when it seemed thatthe could wiri and they are I nav with the other side for the same reason The President has also weakened the antis by an Bouncing that he wished Cuban Reciprocity to be considered an Administration measure which is Only anothej way of sayingi that those who line up against it need ask no official favors The tight Will probably be kept up ina way until the caucus meets again next week but it is likely to col lapse then although there may be a few who will refuse to be bound bythecaucuscotton but 4 they wi f not act for s6lf preser- Vation kt i ome rather than with any expectation of preventing i t fprrCuban reCIproCIty There Istibg e1emeptinoth parties c who Will take advantage of any opportunity giv n them to trj to amend5 the Cuban hill by providing t forcuts in several of tjje tar t rift schedules but the opportu riity will noUvillipglyj be ghehJ them by the House leaders Those who look below the sur l face4of things regardalitteitem in the fegular Diplomatic and Consular appropriation biUas I Significant This item is just a line nnder the head of consuls at a salary of 5000 per anriun1 0reading Pretoria h South Aft ricaJ Inasmuch as this bill was prepared at the Department of- tState this item indicates that this gotf rnrnent is not ready to accept the contentionof Great Britain that there arO no South s Africa republics The attention i a enoys1wbo c for a flying trip as far west as Chicago after which they will re I turn to JEurope was also regard ed as significant before the news of the gl eat Boer victory was iceiveandeven more af terwards The envoyswere very dighltied and explicitly stated t that all the Beers wanted from the rest of the word was for the l oth r nations to insist upon theI jpr being conducted under re cognised civilized rules They said that the Boers had neither ofasked for npr did they wish foif interventtpuji that tley beleIyein their ability to prolong the war until Great Britain will be gladt tcfstog as she did in America The question of the popular election of Senators was quite unexpectedly brought before the Senate this week and debated j for about anhour Senator j Jastwithin b grasp is safety but she does not see itshc wrongWny a 7pman struggling in 8se4 of disease who is doing the same thing 1wrong l 1strnwswhen 1tionf medidfle PierccsFavoriteestablishes regularity dries weakeniiig drains heals inflammation lfl Tilc atJoa and cures female weak MM fi i WtfldwomnespedaUytbos elikfroiidiseates of long standing Iii 1flTfldtOcO5iltDrPierceby1etter All COrTpon4iice islicid 4S tiict1 Ypnvteat2JScred1yCOfl1entta Add Pr JL V ercelli N I r4eauze aqrlU to let knot F t xresaitCtsttNoGadthe 1yKytook aevte tight bottles of Favorite Prescri tiamf4Mtt or two viaU of the Pellets1Think 1 yesid ikre been fa my gra nhad itoOjeea fcrytwr medicine 1t been about CnItaksr iM Mce took teedjcIne i wa ha4 io of appetite cOuld not at=ckachcIoilithe tiIDL 0 lot pick keadach since I toraiiite i Pa tnoOTite2Prcr1pfion makeS weak e which 1prk 1satepocftctc J a ncl elt i harnen treated t wIb Eureka Bar JlCSOil 1tre hC danp 15 thelcath J don ot keak Norocshror lace to chafe andcirt The hrncs saot I ps twiceIas Sold ailsbes Made by Standard Company lJ ll tl4ss Ij b Burrowpcbairmah Friyilegss and Elections if it was tjiepurpose of that cdrn mittee to give the Senate aII chance to vote on the iquesliop t I lberesollutioearly in the session Mr Bur J ttion1that andlStewarttion of Senators both of them declaring that It would bifrevo lutionary Mr Hoar also de cl ared that tha sentiment in faVqr of the change was machine like The personnel pf thefSenate will have to be greatly changed before a resolution for the election of Senators by the people can get through that body While the Boer envoys were in Washington atneinber of Congress asked one of them why the Boers did not retaliate fprsuch actions of the English as the hnngingoftbe Boer commander ScheeperS The envoy replied with a twinkle in his eyerIWe do not retaliate because when khe British surrender we supply ourselves with food clothing and ammunition and then let the prispners go If we hanged our captives the rest of the British would notsurrender They arc willing to give up everything they have if we vill only letI them off with theii lives Representative Hulzer of N 3T rjaised a laugh in the House the other day by asking 6f the acting Speaker Mr Littlefield o- fMevl1 was entitled to tDeI oorIih gentleman from Con jnecticut or tle Senator from thiIioConnecticut was Representative Hill who was seeking recogni ion to tiavQ a report oj a com rn itteoT the New York Chamber of Commerce favoring the bill o preserve and maintain the gold read and the Senator from Ohio wasv Mr Hanna who hasj trolled into the chamber and immediately surronnthid byfgroup of Republicans all disusing the Cuban reciprocity Mrr7 LittletielrT said while the House laughed The geatlqman from Connecticut has the floor Members will taketheir seats That dosed the incident GOOD ADVICE The most miserable beings in the world are those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liter Com plaint More than seventy five per centof 4ue people in the United Stales are afflicted with these two diseases nod their effects such as Sour Stomach Rick Headache Haoitual Jos t fiivOuesHetfrt Heartburn Waterbra h Gnawing and Burning Pans at the Pit of the Stomach feiow Skin Coated Ttongue and Dis agreeable Taste in the Mouth tCtLowDruggist and gel bottle or August Flower for Toceuts Two TryitGet ti Cough Settled tier Lungs Sly daughter had a terrible which settlec ou her lungs coughI Jacksou Danville Ill We great many remedies without relcif until we gave her Foleys Honey a Tar which cured her Refuse 1ldI by Wood and Vim 1uteQSoJd lungs CtJrallt nn11Wimsatt Reduced Rates to the West IdaifyIr 1902 the Wisconsin Central Bv will sell Settlers tickets frou Chicogo to points in Moniailni Oregon Washington and British Columbia at greatly v duced rates For detailed luforI matlon ifiQuire of nearest Ticket Agent oradress TD Camoh li D P A Pike Builcing Gin cinnati OorJasq Pond Gent Phssenger Agent Milwaukee Wis Woteys Honey iIzir Tilt tQrchIIdrezsafcsrre NofpllJt fKentucky r iilwiiiI Descrlftion Of tlie state Jaken t from a PocketAImauao1 That Time 7it joThefollowfng descrpitoKentucky wast tukenfroaiJfkirevs 10qlgnl J Kentucky rph Length 250 beuvegn f a nll t JBreJ 30 aod 3t8N iougitujdP j Contains 50000 sqdnre a iIesjl Boundaries Boanded nn the north by tile Ohj west bv the Mississippi riverj south by the Tennissee stateeast by the CumberlandI t north eftf boundary of South Carolina CiVfil Itvisionsl Kentucky iis diyidtd into thirteen counties viz Jefterspn Fay ette Bourbon M Sarcoin Woodward Jlasnn Wash Vngton Clarke Scott and Lo gan v T RiversThorivr Onio wash es the northern part ot Ken tuckyinitswholbextent Its principa1 brarichejj are the Sandy Licking Kentucky Salt River and Cumberland rivers These ginbranch in various direc- tlions into rivulets of differentt magnitude fertilizing the country in all parts The banks of1 the rivers are- generallyhtgb and composed of limestone After heavy rainS tha water jii tbe rivers rise from ten to tbirly fee- tSprfngsrTherjarc five noted s lt springs or licks in tJC- countrylviz the higher and ttb lO fwering river the Big Bon j Lick Drennons Lick add Bullets lick at Saltbark Thisvvhcle country ts fur us has yet been discovered lies on abed fHmestunejwhich in gen eral is aboutt six feet bjrloy the surface except in the alleys where the soil is much thinker Kentucicv io geoerii is well timbeped Or1 the natural growth which is peculiar in this country we may reckon on thv sugar paplqth coffee hAI p tlw paw the hack berry and e cucumber tree The coffee tree resembles ttie black uakI and bears a pod vijhich encloses a seed of whicti a Urr1nK mHd e n Ot unlike coffee Besides thesa Were are the hooey locust black mulberry Hrdwikl cherry of u large size Tb buckeye hn t c pdingti soft wod is inc hcrse chstnuttf Eunt r The magnolia burs a btuuti fut Ios om of cI1 air exquisite fraerancK Thcucconuts orIihe ftrtiHv J o tIfin ssomeInttnces 1liefparticuitirlv ihe hii hl gOUJ1alll rate urij too ricri tor wheat and will produce 50 or IanII 100 bushels of yopd coru toiL acre In common the Iljn1 willp produce 30 busbelof wIt tji or rveto the acre Barle01I5 iiIindsk tild f1bun lau t1i rfu1r 1eihburhoodof ponds and low grOund except Tne inhabi rtrcmfsr seldom falls deep or lu lone Vn leSalnS- MaiIService Ir requires physicalandl mentalsability ofa high degree to withstand its hard labors The thercfIache neuralgia rheumatism sciatica etc develop in severe form Such wps the ease of Mail Carrier So F Swcinhart of Huntsville Ala he says attack of pneumonia left me with muscular rheumatism headache and pains thatseelIied to eJ1 over me Iwas scarcely able to movcIor about a month whenj I decided to give I DrMilea Pain Pills II two days and 1Soldi 1 1 r Dr Miles Medical Co Elkft Ini t = Thettntwt cb tIcIgIUSIOt- Itistwas iis hover longer than commonlyii He can subsist without fodder Jhsef Tp yns Lexingtu- whjth stands oo the heidwaters Blkhorn n uer is the largest thcJlJurJSL1regularly Praokfort 1s the cupitHlv Washll ton and Louisvillerare the cheif towns F RnligiouThcreIi1ous dotnominaiiqus here thtthe Pres byte nan Baptists Methodist IS and EpiscjpaiiiDs Lturalure and Improvement The legislature of Virginia while Kentucky b3lodjed totbnt state made provislans for aco legein it and endowed it with v ry cronsid nbe landed funds The Rev John Todd prod ucert from varibus gentlemen in Eng laudl otherand places a very handsome library for its use Another college in this state js iin contemplation and funds cdl lected for its euablisnmen hools are established in the several towns anJ in general regularly and handsomsly sup ported They have a printing offiie and publish a weekly gazette They have erected a paper mill an oil will a fulling mll1 saw mills and a great number of valuable gust mills Their salt mills are more than sufficient to supplya11 their inhabitants at a low price They make considerable qnanl ties of sugar from- sugar trees The numbdjof old forts found iin the Kentucky couutry fire the admiration otHhe cuiious and a matter of much speculation They are mostly of an oblong form situated on strong well cbosenrouDd and contiguous to water When by whom and CLr what purposes they were raised is uncertain They are undoubtedly verv ancient as there is nut the sjightesl visible diFerence io the age or size f the timber growin on or withinI thoe furs and that wniehL g rows without rind lte natives ltLltlosL all tradition concerning them DJ Cutler t examinedIti e tre5 6a these fois andt which be trinifs from appear ances are uhu econclrOwli iis of the Dpibioc bat they must have beer built upwards of 1000 years L1t0 PIitj inusr 1iave been the effort of p l10 iLUI more dvutd to laOor tuin Oir isiiiflleultc uld b c1 h irnced without the Hse tfiror tools AItt urnLniPiii distance Oflt tics a ways s iflt1 siiiall t ound of earth thnr tt up in thw forji of a pyraaid dichotm in sumo fltHi iix pr Ijr ioledlo If size 0 its adjaoent frrifiatol On exanioiUoa hey iv nen found to opntuih n htlcjUh tance supposed t rn hones ind ihf Iirnan lund 10f Trio bansittr 14 tneiii rirInatural runosiiios ot liiroi trv11Jt setslttzi iiI rieholds liU oc 400 Poet o soli limestone rook in slim VII IIff mo liujjione lnd lIdjolh s ttine wtite mar k ruiioti lv checkifid vjrii st MI of isbnhiiitt rfuril appearIanpf f dfepariilkiiji caui allISurgeons knife Needed Surgery iiv no longT necessary t cur j plies lie Witts Witch Hazel- S refnecessity dangerous painful and expensive operations For Burns scalds cuts voinds sores bruises and skin diseases it1unequaledi Beware of counterfeits Haydoti anti Robortsoti Cant Keep St Secret The spKsriJid work of Dr Kings Nw Lift Puts is daily ictjino lrigi Nu such a tundi reinndy fr Lvei and Bowel troulo ws vr Unovn bore IIlhoU51LllaS blfsi thea for curiug iConstiputHMi Sick Headache liltonri J audict and Tutu HnyIslunIIrA Scverc Cold for three Months JTl1cIolIlwiJl Nus11laumtory hI suffered for three months with a svT oold A drnjrffist pre docoljprc8cribedprbvo I theuttried Foleys Honey and Tar and eight doses cured me Re fuse substitutes Sold by Wood arid Wimsatt1 C Poleyj Honey Tar ICnrCures crpup aud whoopititr couch Cures hoarseness and bronchial j troobJes Cures pttcudioma aud gripoe c3ff r genuineLaxattycboreanedy that cnies a CQltl In one day I T I 1 = Eczema Psoriasis Salt ii um Tetter and AcneB 1ong to that class of inflammatory and disfig ring skin eruptions that lnoWndisetscsm ecau e j lJeltakenfluidstliatscrThab1e itching and burning and dtcyeUow watery discharge forms jinto crusts mid sores or little brown leavingithciof the poison may cause the skin to t Terack and blce4 give ita innyIIr thelInrinirIri and4ye1ieve p rifier It coititins no Arsenic Potash or otherharmfut mireral i eWritc us about your case and our physicians willadvise without charge vAVe have aliartdspmely illustrated book on skin diseases which will be sent frec toali who Wish it THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Ailmntti BOBT OF MISSING MMrl MANV AILFROM GLOUCESTER l TO RETURN Soleranj Scrrlc Held Annually IiItI Qart Old Town In Memory of Lost P1ahzcrnlCnSltd Ceremony ot Cnlllusr thcRoIl of tbe Dead Spring advent brings more tlidii joy to the qualntold MassacUu ftltn thenftltnprpukrtton ot less than 300JO moro than u hundred mifn ame drowned ev cry year en the tjshing banks more than two a wed lyard Kipling In his story Cap tin Courageous describes a curious custom of the old fishing town It is nn annual inciflorlal service for the Gslieiimen lest at sea Early Id spring a day Is set fur this sad ceremony Families and friends of the lost ones and many leading citizens assemble to pay their last trjbute of respect to the memory of the dead The services are tslrpple a prayer a hymn perhaps an appropriate poem Is read then saddest of nil comes the calling the roll f the dead Each name Is read out nf silence broken only by the voice of render and the sobs of the bereft So the dread record of the year is chronicled month by month the date and manner of each disaster detailed so far as know Thus Glouctster re seaIbeen made in ttic last forty years In r vessels and gesjr the death rate has not been reduced The vessels carry larger crews mirUc longer voyages and the men take greater chances The Georges banks take the heaviest tribute After them follow the banks Gloucestersiplaces The fisheries of Greenland Labrador apd even ireland and Nor way have exacted toll from Glouces ters hardy fishermen The fishing schooners cary crews of from six to sixteen men besides the t i j t VIEW OF GLOUCESTER FISIISICUAN captain and cool according to the Size of the craft On the deck of the vessel abaft the mainmast are the dories These typical New ltiglund deep sea fishing boats look clumsy but are light to pull and excellent In a sea way They Imve llarlng bows and sterns and are sharp at each end In trawl fishing which is the method roost commonly employed hand lines being too slow nail tedious the dories are used for laying and taking up the trawl lines These Iun from 1500 to 3CJPO feet in length wIth hooks tied a text feet apart These lines are kept coiled in a till and arc paid out as the dory is rowed along One end is fas tened to a keg toserve asn buoy so thlrlit may be found again An anchor is also attached that It may not drift away When the trawiJ are to be lifted two men attend to them The line Is hauled over the side by one and the fish taken nThc other rcbalts the hooks and drops them over again In a rough sea this operation becomes very dangerous for the weight of the sagging lint la great and tnany dories have been drawn completely under as a big swell strucktheiuI Every dory carries a tin horn for the purpose of signaling In case of fog The banks are jdlrectly In the ateamer track and when the fog shuts down some one mustjk ep constantly at thQ horn Too often they are unheard by the men on thje steamships and the towering prow smflshes a fishing schooner or dory bits and continues on Its way while tho passengers board are not conscious that anything has happened cine of the drat smacks to be cut down by a steajnshlp was tlie Glouces ter schooner SeVo It wztslun Into by the steamer Huntress in 1839 and sank at otice All wre lost except the cap tain and boy Since then there has been an appalling record of similar itnstrophes The worst disaster that has happened to the Gloucester fishing fleet in recent years was caused by the great sale of Aug 24 1873 when nine ves oia ana 12 mcn jgeie Jpst r Saswith it manyremediesjth afterjuinsrly relieved Wm Campbell 313 W Central StWicblta irw Cm LORD ROBERtS iSUCCESSOR Decomotof tbe DrltUIi Army Queen Vlctorlas long Cherished wish that her son be made dbmmandor In Cobes1d wa un a to bring it about during her lifetime For some time there lylve been rij resmors that is announced that the ofIandahar tMtheConuaught King Edwards only re maining brother demomlfdethe retirement of till ttsed Duke of TUE DUKE OP Cambridge the late Queen Victoria was anxious that her son the Dqke of Connaught should succeed to the command of the army When her plans were defeated and the appointment of Lord Wolseley became necessary she contented herself with tjie thought that at least her son could succeed Lord Wblseley But Lord Roberts capture of Cronje and the resi Itlrig wave of popular enthusiasm afld the equally strong conviction that the war office must be retormed again defeated the queens wishes and Lord Roberts was ma commander in chief But the abrupt removal of General Buller by Lord Roberts caused a revo lotion In feeling and for the first time In his life the beloved Bobs heard hisses mingled with the cheers sen- tiup In his honor whenever he appeared in public That was a bitter experience to a man so fond of popularity and is said to be one of the causes f his intention to resign Another is his discovery that he Is quite unable to cut the red tape that is bound so tightly around the war office by Its civilian force 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