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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w1 7 r 1w J F is 7r L iL6 d1If r- T V IHE NEWSLEWER 1 if r- l t i 1r i riii t ti fl Y ic i la dtt M3rIesV1i llXjc No I rJ ilr 5 i SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON OOUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 10 1902 t J 1 OO A YEA j B t r i I TooiRECTORYr 1i4t iA FJ GFrSID county Bet of Itt t4i ojunty 52 aniles south r 9l t vxjHjrton 59 miles from a BardBtowrn bran of ferUfeind Nashville riIi adin 4rIMK aIId agricultural 4Istrict iJJIwillaiiks telegraph and telephone MS cxpreM office ourmillslumber- itr Popalation 1100 population of ciity 15001- 0 Jtnf MMitetiveitt Congress Hon ithjIodguVi11eXy J j viUpreseatativfr iiiKiutucky t Legis JtiitcHcaCr A DoHoney r j JXcuciitativin State Senate rfon V E1itrycar Carnpbe1lvi1tc Ky ifiJ l CSJ DOCtOryS tit4i Jt4 CIRCUIT COURT Circ ttColrtbglneri the fourth 4lpl fiLv in February May and Dcto s4sbslf 1Ih PattetnJudg 4WWSweeney Commonwealth AI rit 4MCampbQI1 CIcrk J Fk Medley Master- ffii W Jfi QUARTIR1YCOURT15 r2ii 5t t f I Quarterly Court is heldonI the third 1l aiidayn each month 1fB li Lltsevj Judge j 1 i F COUNTY COURl County Cpurt meets on tberfourth Moiidar in each mouth 4BILiteyJudge W F Booker Countr Clerk TvS Mkyc County Attorneyt L 3 fQeorgc Catlett Jailer v53yron Croakc Sheriff i 1 Ricbard sham SSc sidney U I R Ji ullbornet Deputies EdMaser vr p 0rJ F 1ope unti ru f itJ I R a1tisse roil T P otBan Dcpij iKobtrt lioei Treasurer j ifjltfi Montgomery Cor ner i l+iSI CIT Y CQURT iW Hlhiker Police Judge Jolin Grace Marshal y4PCiybrooke City J19f r f JUSTICECQUxtT lr l are held In ftiltieeCourls Januaryl lOctober41Il July and Sw ii I 1 h Directory Jl I BAPTiST CHURCH 4Viev George W Sw6Jg pastor Ser vtceVeVery Sufidayatll1 ani and 730 ppfn Bundar School at 830 Prayer Met lbgfn 7cduesday ui ht at 730 METHODIST GHUiicH v 1evSFiks Pastor Services oiaSh irst and Third Saudays in each m uthtt 11 a m and i3Qpm Sun iylSchoal every Sunday at loan Prayer meelinff every Wednesday night i JPRBSBYT1IRXAN CHURCH fi iRevjCRVE fe La sohV Fasfo Ser viceS cvery Suuda vat 11 a1U and 730- vpfmf Prayer meetingi every Thnrsday n giit 1 CXTOLIC CRURCU 4rSRcrPF HcnnessaTi Pastor cr 4t ViC5 everr Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock1 a m Services at St Rose same hours 1t If CHRISTIAN CHURC t RevVptt F Lloyd Pastor Services in eachseconiand fourth Sunday month i Ai Fraternal Orders V JJAbNic LoDGE Springfieid JodI No 5Qmeets second Monday in each month t TVasbington R O Chapter No 571 meets every third Mohday Springfield Council No 52 meets onI ieveryfonrth Monday KNIGhTS of THB MACAaEBS1 Meets every first Wednesday in each month SS VL ORM BLACK HAWK TRIBE No t VS4meets every Wednesday uightin wigwam Mc1IroySr iL kid TIME TABLE I rilJJ uiiotTrs 2u AMJI PM 40 Ar springfield fju 5 30 120 it 15 ValleyH111r V41 1 86 12GaBooker 5471758 1154Uroakes1l twa 1L2T LartrTlinesZ 2 5 115 I11flstowB 6 21 53 51050Iasartb3 08 10 30 d Samuels IS 3 34 10 25hv Detsv11Ieu 3 19 4CamSpiliig053405 rI Mnbtiit5u4yy3 JClernntT0143042 knlt1ewnJUBct Ottl hepkcudvil1e 20 u ff MuWrs1274- b hff Ui Park 7 f L5W v lMtia Louis Wo A 50 55 4 LTLBU vllI Ar 03 8 II AI 111 J r Ketiral ic pallia rheumatismam ft a 4cjftcfatic p 1iin yield to the 4 enctntlrff ialueae of EalTaads Snow Liniment Price 25 and 5Q S5cnt Bkvdoti rnd JZobiertfcon c S- SSS JroI j wwi5H ft rI JJ OpND r1fkim I 3 MM lJ tpriV t l This is the mQntbofAAprlllydthe dafia lift 1ielrheads And the violets are tatribling Jrom put their leafy beds Toe lainbsttbnguB in the forest Jlckinjf nj ozoneIAnd the balmy winds are blowing up 5from the torrid none1 The blue bells awing their censors and perfume the morning breeze And the robins hunt a nesting place- ambnK the apple trees Thebuds nwell and burst and tho ohll then ralea shont nFen tiy see the pnsywi1loweIiang- their velvet jewels out The frogs are givlnt mnslcalea down on the creek at nightt iAnd theres every indlcatfooYtbat the fish wllLWte Editor Charley Bliss In Montgom ery News IG GonraAC2rrThe gener B al opinion is that our worthy county magistrates in ouIltrYnavecan masticate with any degree of comfort or convenience Inc doing awayi witii the duties and emoluments of the various road overseers ofthe county the Fiscal court did a wise thing but in undertaking fora small consideration to doth duties ofthe wijIlikglYcontract pn their hands Each magistrate is requfred by the neworder of their owii making to let contracts andtoepersonaUy oversee all work ntfie roads in his magisterial district and to write alV orders on the county treasurer for work so done The greatthathut each magistrate must makeup his mind to get busy33and to rent oaths farm to tbe Ttadvantage possible for he will have little time from now on that he may call his own provided he does hiSduty And right here isr the trduble and here may be the stumbling block to tbsuc essfu working of the new sys tern However conscientious the magistrates may be the cliances are that when they find them selves confronted by a task that will take up their entire time during the greater part of the year for which they receive a very small compensation the chances are that their ardor will cool Of course if the magistrate in any one district should become negligent the roads will suffer We have expressed the opinion and we still beleive that the best thing to do would Be to appoint competent nan to superintend the roadS of the Bounty pay him a salary for his whoKtime make hUn furnish bond and see to it that he does bia whole duty However the present system shouldbe given a fair trial It can bevno worse than the former one to say the least r EOITIMATE PREY Itis i traJ1geth tit should bd but it is a fact established by many circumstances that the United States government the tpte a county and a town or city are re gard d by the average iindivid ual as legitimate prey jo be rob bed and imposed upon1Men who would not r think of doing anything towards ilaking adv u tage of a fellow citizen will take an advantage of any of the above- mentioned and never Buffer a pang oi concience nor a pain from remorse It is said that several very striking instances of this were unearthed in the courseof settling the turnpike affairs with the county which were instrumental in bringing about a change in the system Each overseer was entrusted with the expenditure of the money appropeiated for his par ticular district and he was ex pected to pay it and to best ad vantage and only for work actu ally done on the road The ma jority ofthe overseers in fact nearly all of them have carried out their duties faithfully but some strange circumstances have developed Orders have turned up that bear a very suspicious look some of them being paid to merchants and others who are known never to have done a days work on the roads in their lives Of course these orders may have been issued legitimately but they MOO looksusjiicious Andv they do say that some of ttyeir roads m certain districts show JIttle effects of liny money expenditure SSSSS i i 1aT t r cit zenso1 the toWIamI cqUni arerto make a concerted effort to secure sOmerductionin- raifroadfreight ratesto Spring fid1tinditis thought when the matter is putbefore the raIlroad officials in the proper waythat Same concessions will be al lllowed A citizens meeting to discuss the matter was held last W14Qt appointed tp lay the jnatter of rates before the proper railroad officials The question of freight rates has proven a serious bsta 1 1i way of locating new entcrprises in the town and now that there is beinga special effort made to induce new industries bo come here some action is thought to be necessary1 Only recently parties have been hire to llOok over the ground with a view of locating grain el vatOrand mill but it is saidthat the highfreight rates have caused a hitcb hithe proceedings It has been a mat ter ofrommentthat comparqtiy ely little wheat or corn is ship ped from this point and this is said to be on account fit the freight charge which force far rnersto seefc an outlet through Harrqdsburg and other points- A good deal of wheat has been hauled to Lebanon during the pastyear farmers saying that they obtain better prices at that plactf thanat home All of this is a disadvantage to the town and a remedy should be sought IItatJz YVoGiTAX While the City J Fathers are looking about forr revenue we cisuggest a dog tax The stjits legislature it seems cannot be induced to pass ax dog law but nearly every town or city afthe state has a tax on dogs Suchl a measure would at least have the effect of thinning out the population of worthless Ours in the town of which there jsj a surplus A snaall license tax on dogs wouldbring in a considerable revenue and would at the same timeimprove the moral tone of the dog population rf COMMERCIAL QiAJB There Mr iis some talk of organizing a Commercial iClub for Spring field Suph an organization would be of bthiefitand every widea wake tTa in the state has one Frequently manufacturing concerns looking for locations are induced to come tqa town by having advantages and induce ments held put to them by citi zens of the town and the most effective way of doing it is tbrobg1tnoonli r i r club or some similar organizaticnSJI ym J IffV OAUTIONS DThJisi 2tget1e4word but wbenEpu tlmk bow liable you are not tP0biSefOr75 cents the on1yrewed v universallv has had the andaMtbnj medicine in the world since JbOS for the cure and trputnient of f oneumption and Thioiuand LUll troubles without lOflg1t4 great popu larity unlihee4 ears you will be thankfu u alled your attention lu Bv aees German Syrup Tbiu arefio many ordinary cou T llmidiesmadel by druggists jfiicl Others that are cheap diuotJ for light colds perhap bu t forsovero Coughs Bronchitis Cjrou w and especially for Cbpsumptjpjv where There iis difficult expectoration and coughing during the nightsand morn ing there is uothiGg liko German Syrup Sold bvaU drug- gistsnhflivillzcd tll G G Greev WoorlBnr lT J tjYft joeIShall J ever be Hd of this VjqldT racfteobylungs Xet hiS chcei uyaDdtaike Ai lens Lyn Balsam This remedy not merely oferoomesprdiuary coughs and colds recvommenA even in the firsr stages of ousum topJJie KMi aiJidom inif Mirftfn rtfit A Hoodoo Bird ID Shaker Bund it isreported that the famous belted buzzard which tins appeared in tbat neighborhood at intervals for- the last half century has come i jiiin and hs been seen and its HIt tttardbymn v people here Pdto McGarvey says iit bas at most turned gray since he saw it forty years ago and has become morVgentle He fays the bell iis attached to its neck by a bright metal collar The bell it self can be seen glisteoing in the sun at a great height Mr E V Ferguson writes that be saw this tiled in 1853 in Boone county Mo and got close enough to see the collar bore an inscription while the bird was making a meal off of a lead lamb one bitter cold day Remade an effort 1o catch it but lb flew away He could hear the tinkle of thw beil dstincly as it soared around the spot where the tlamb lay HarrOesburg Demo crat Waists to Met Others I had stomach trouble all my life says Edward Mehler proprietor of the Union BootlingjWorks Erie pAand tried all kinds of remadies went to several doctors andspent cousiderablc money trying to get a moments peace Finally I read of Kodol Dys pepsia Cure and have been taking it nevfrfouJidHegladly recommend it in hope that I may help other sufferers Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures air stomach troub les You dont hnve to diet Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests jvhat you eat Most women with female weakness suffer dfeadfullyfrom piles in addition to their other pains They may be cured by usiug Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment Price 25and cents in bottles tubes 75 cents Hayaon and Robertson i Salesmen Wanted I Iurn in nprtd orIt few reiiabli energetic f UJtMtO- nct as my assistants for the tale of nursery stock Pif viou Hxperience not necessary Jive active men can earn good wats For term address giv ingfoll Jam lge and reference WTY C GRANT Columbia Tenn Another Baby About eleven oclock last Sat urday night unknown parties left a young white baby appa rently four weeks old on the doorstep of Ben Raines colored who Jives between here and Perryville on the Perryville pike The parties who left the child drove up in a buggy and the- criesof the child awoke the oo cupants of the house who topk the baby in charge and turned iit over to County Judge Prewitt on Monday Thq child was scantily clad in a little calico wrapper and a handkercheif tied around its head Nothing whatever was left to indicate who it was Mrs Gilbert Gbode who resides on the old Jaskon farm on the Perryville pike will adopt the child as soon as Circuit Court convenesDanviUeCourierS f Woo One Hundred Dollars Howard tot any case of Catairh that cannot be cuied by Halls Catorrh 0 ire F J CHENEY feCOi Prups Toledo 0 We the undersigned have knovgn F J caenoy for the last 15 years and bo hove nun perfoctly honorable in nil bus iness transactions and financially able byIDruggists Toledo 0 I VALDINO KXNNAU Lt MARVIN Vhole wiltt UnwfgUts Toledo 0 liaItg Vsmtarrh Curo Is taken IntflrnnllT acting directly upon tho ulood and mu cou8BUrfaces of the Mystem I ricc 75c per bottle Sold bv all Druggists e ily menialtlas tree Known in BardstowuU- larlif s M Peodleten shot and killed Mrs Fred Baker in Cincinnati last Faiday Tlie killing was te result of a quarrel aver a dQg and a broken fence Pen dieton is now in jail He is a native of Ohio county and in 1890 was the Republican candidate for Congress in this C1isfri- ctHecomesfr9mnnromtnenttam ily uud those whe know him speakof him nSn sociable genial gerlller an Hais known in BardstpwoJ haying visited hereon one or two ducqsions Hs VeifO wasuMisWeller of Bull lit couhty Pendleton has beep engaged io tne real estate business at Cincinnati for some time pasT was dolpjf wtllKy1 Standard Fiscal Court Prweelliiis if the first Meeting Off the New kari iff Comity Maflstcates CMANtt MAifNTIlE OES At the first semiannual meetj ing of the new Board of Magis trates for1 the county held lastI week some rather important business was transacted in re1 gar lto county affairs probably the I most important being a change in the management ot turnpikesThe toad Superintendent to have charge of all of the roads of the county w brought up and was favored by County Attorney Mayes Judge Litsey and one orI two of the Magistratas as being the most practical way of handling the road question A ma jority of the Magistrates however were Opposed to the jdea of a Road Superintendent and as it had been decided to do away with the overseer system the Magistrates will take it upon themselves to do tWwork ofthe overseers An order was entered directing that in the future no orders for work on the roads shall be given on the County Treasurer by overseers but that each Magistrate shall give all such ordersfor work done inhis magisterial district The magis- tt tes are also directed to let out work on the roads bycontract and are required to see that the work iis weJl and faithfully done The county levy for the year 1902 was fixed as follow 10 cents on each 100 wortH of property to be used to create a sinking fund to pay off the old C O railroad bonds of which there are only 7500 now outstanding 10 cents on each 100 for paying turnpike bonds 10 cents on 100 for turnpike indebtedness 22 cents on every 100 of prop erty for a general purpose fund and 25 cents on every 100 of property is to be used for the maintainance of the roads of the county this item being three cents more than was allowed last year The court passed on andjallow ed quite a number of claims against the county The necessity for providing an ofiice for the Sheriff of the county and his deputies there being no suitable place at pres ent in which they may transact the business of the office was brought upand an order was made directing thatI an amount not to exceed appropriated for the purpose of building a sheriffs office The building will be erected between the Court House and the old Clerks office building being joined to the latter A Nearly Fatal Runaway Started a horrible ulcer on the of J B Orner FranKlin Grove III which defied doctors and all remedies for four years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured him Just as good for Boils Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Scalds Skin ruphonsand Piles 25c at Haydou Robertsons drug store Whites Cream Vermifuge not onl effectually destroys woems it also In creafes theappetite aids assimilation and transformed frail Infant into one of robust health Price 25 cents Haydon Robertson NotiCE Central Fire Insurance Company s Lexington Ly All parties paving claims Against the Central Fire Insur ance Company of Lexington Kentucky are hereby notified that an order has been entered in the FaY tw Circuit Court di recting that all claims be pre 8e1ref to and filed with me the Receiverforsnidcountyn or before the 15th day of May 1902- d C CALHOUN Receiver Central Fire Insurance Co e Nffllect Meaw fo6er Do neglect biliousness and con fHpalion Your heaUKwHl suffe ifyoudo DeWUtatttlc Early Rls era cure sach cases M R Smith Bnttentntj MIsh says DeWUts Little Early Risers are tne most satisfactory 4 pills 1 ever took Never gripe nor Mife aQseat HTdon and Robertson I PrlmarYC lIe4 At a meeting ofthe Democratic Executive Committee of the f Fourth Congressionall district held at the Willard Hotel in Louisville Saturday raorhihg it was determined to bolda p1smary on June 28 to select the Congressional nomineeIi If no candidate other than Hpnr D BtSmith announces for thf office by May 1Jthe coWm1tpint structed Ben D Eingj the cb irmaU to declare Mr Smith the nominee Tbemetingwas called to ortder by Mr RIngo The memo bers of the committee present were D N pnncanMeade QW G Buckner Marion EdJTvler Buliitt J R Saundors Taylor tt Frank Daugherty Nelson j Harry Lancaster Green G El othfwars Hardin T Scott Mayer JjIWashingtonfbltD n IBrecke R Gore Larue r R L White Graysod t v A Doctors Bad Plight IuTw earsCago as airesult of a severe cold Tloat my voice l writes Dr M L bcardroogb pfI Herbron Ohio then began aDI obstinate cough Every remedy knowq to me as a praJ jclngpbyJ olcian for 35 vears failed and i daily grew worse Being urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs Jand CpIds1Pfoundquick relief and tor last ten days have felt better than tor two years Positively guaranteed for throat and Lung troub jR bv Haydon fc Robertson 50c and 100 Tridl bottle fi Shot ihhis Ieftilel For all kinds of sores burn and bruises or other vqunds DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is a sure cure Skin diseases yield to it at once Never fails in cases of piles pooling and healing None genuine but DeWittsY Beware pf counterfeits 1 suffered for many years from sore caused by a guushat wound il1 my lett leg says A S Fuller English Ind It would not heal and gave me nfuch trouble f used all kinds of remedies to no pur pose until I jried DeWitt Witch Hazel Salve A few boxes completely cured me Haydon and Robertson Bad Negro t Frant Smith colDred whsar rested Sunday bv Policeman Thompson Uondp1t iH jail Saturday evening late Tom Cal houn another negro called at Smiths bouse to collect ai small piec of money from Smith Smith it is said cursed bm and told him toJto tothedevilor something th kind Calhoun says be left Smiths house then but that he was fpllowjad by Smith who armed himself with a big iron stove poker and that when neal the big popd jjust thIs sideof Captain Sweaueys resi deuce Smith dealt hi of a blow on the head which knocked him down When Calhoun came to he was in the pond in water sey oral feet deep struggling for his HfeV He beleiveshe either fell Icto the pond when Smith dealt him the blow with the heavy iron poker or was dragged after being knocked on the head by Smith to the pond and thrdwn into the water Calhouns arm was broken and he was otherwise dangerously injured Policeman Thompson says Smith is a mean negro and gave him troubl pna former occasion when he bad to arrest him Enterprise WANTED We would like to ask through the columns of your paper if there is any person who nas used Greens August Flower for tne cure of Indigestion Uyspp sia and Liver troubles that has not been curedand we atso mean tneir results such as sour stomach fermentation iof food habitualco tivenessj nervous dyspepsia beadajhe despond feelings sleeplessness in fit any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This m6d cinehas been sold for years in all civlllved countries and we wish to correspond with yoU and send you one of our books free of cost If you never tried Aus ust Flower try one bottle first We have never kno 7i of its fhihng Is so something more i serious is thQ matter with you Ask your o1dest druggists iff 0- I Grew lea DyppuraI W yM fARMERS INNlNfl 1 I Beef and Pmltry are lip Jtflkis Reaping tNJB Bawfitv 1 Farmers who hve cattle 1011j aleare among thb most fortunate men in theeptire jIndustrial system of theqounty Not for years hav they received as high a price fopbeef as they are getting to day and packers and meat dealers generally are agreed that the ira flficJers have the market so wel inJ1and that they will get ee4 higher prices during the coming month notI only for beef also for pork and mutton QUI The wage eatneirs of the coun ryqllbusily omployed and with plenty of muney tg spend thebese quality of food are furnishing the demand which rushes up prices out there are a number of incidental features of the situation wnich help put Among these is Jihe short corn crop of last year which has re suited inmaking all food animals light in weight because the feeders desire to econiinizC their corn as much as possible The consumer is paying the highest of prices for the meat butthe heavy protib is not rest ing in the f retailers or packets hands but slips along intO the farmers pocket a4i4 gives him abundant prosperity Allof these stqiements have beenprovedove ami oyer by the official daily weekly and monthly reports of livestock their weight and Itrlbesas published dach day n the regular market reports While the actual number cattle received jn Chi ago be tween January and Mttch1ijex ceeded that of the corresponding period of last year by 55 000 head this greater number actu ally weighedlssthanthesmaUet number received during the cor responding time lijist year The universal attempt on the part of consumer to avoid pay ing current high prices for meat and secure some Cheaper substi tute is shown in the enormous demand forpoultiy Never in the history of the produce trade has poultry been iri such steady demand for mont s at a time as during the drouth in the cornbeh lasts lmer Except for a brief and unusual period duribjg Worlds Fair year were pries of poultry as high aithey are now running I Leading packer assert that the country is altoget tier too large to admit of their controlling all of it and they say that there ate many localities in which they cannot at any time ofjthe year corn pete with tie local butctiersj In many localities tithe towns and cities lying along the Qhi river for instance they are shut out for at least ten Months in the 1 arThey mak the claim that their margin of profit averages less than half of one per cent on the goods handledl although the great bulk done by them in the course of the year makes a fairly regpectable return bcf the nfoney nvestedxchange An can ce of yrevintlon is worth a pound of cure and jn bottle of BaU lards Horebound Syrup used in time is worth a staff of jjhysicJans vitha drug store or two included Price25 and 50 cents Hay on and Robert son Wields A sharp AX Millions marvel ll at the mutl tudeof mal dies cp off by Dr Kings New Life PUlsthp mOlt distressing too Stomach Lver and Bowel troubles Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Jaundice BiJ lousness FeverflvMalaria a fall before theMT wonder Wet ers 25o at Haydo ROberts J drug tore iTfc8 Great D4MM1 8w Mp Of Virginia i a breef1 ground of Malarial germs 1S low wet or marsh ground e where Those germs d weakness chills and fever jinthe b6Be and muscle may induce dangerous m ButsElectric Bitters ni to destroy them and cud lal troubles Thy preveat typhoid rewedies forMallach ao4 Liver tj JJohn Ohaleato but never goodM Ele them Oqlf- erlsong NISiJl KtKentucky Standard The Hawthorne St bO vere to have app fcrd ife UM 9pera House here jMrt JR- jriighti have been playiag irr9tty bard luck ltely Their two night ensaxemeat to Cmp 6ellsville was cut lto one nifkt 1 nIr while at tielMMom wU y pringfielcf they filled iop7ii year on account of tket xkl 4 Ijy small audieM es Tiij o i t pany left here SatuwUy mora fiX titig for Elizabeth OWB MainiePritier t1 i who traght i s it againstahis BQllitt CJoumty Turnpike Compftty for 2000 JerJ failing to let her p M tbrov it the toll ate was awarded poo in the Circuit Court ii 8M p hord vallo Site alleged tiuA i the agent would not rec 4v tiw ttoll It was eaargtot tbstbg lthrew the money oilth lQlithe defendant John M Brewer of Nel o V county was convicted of Mlli S Iliquor illegally and Mid 100ii he Buliitt Circuit Cot last It seems thatll drumiwc along some time fojjjiiiijl r rreekBrewer some stat c1Is 4i Bitters Brewer was it is said of the wtture1 9f the compound and disfottfLot al 4uantity fH pmomf kl frstn Bulitt It made sotM atOJflrunk and Brawers indietiftWi followed ffArQltoia iwil leeJlate Mrs NazieM Wilson recently trMMlKfdl eal estate of Jlatter sitiutied ia Jefferson county as follows Ts Old KentuckyDistillii ce ViO eet north side sbjTUle branch pike 55j feefraorlUr sidt ahelbyville branch pike 36 SiriS eetwest Bluegrass 367ifet jast side Long 252814 To obert Knifer IS fHlnor Ide Ehler Walk road 40250 To Harry Flynu 5Qfe t octk side SheibyyUle branch r dS175 5SPaniell Milburn ofG fbECJompany C Third Ktatttckr Regiorent in the late Spwaisliy American war kiwis apnliW tor Densioo alleging tq1ltveaecitt chronic rheumatism white iim service He has been vjid 3y the pensIon authorities at Washington this applicatHM ai being favorablY c u side rea 2 Makes Weak W JIc H Sfronji Ibavetakek your Rentcta epsins Blood Tonic J kiww it to betbebGsttoajcyr1 iaa4 willmake every weak wean trong I camaot prkiiialt moufhr Mrs O P Pickering Oioey III For sale by Hiy4onr T tand w rks W Ike C laxative BromoQHiaine Ta cold in one lay No fricc25 cents J JIT Oran1- P licinenSherWpand all otherQffi- wiliOrganizei i tjha purpose plan of c TheywilJfpf- Of Irtrot A p i i N W L AD R 7JNWS4ADR jiLiPVLIIMD VEY TLIUISDX itYfeAFt IN ADVANCE LPRINGIEL iy I pAVIS01Jr EDITJII AD FLs- Il18I 1 f at or b tne3 DoUcSt 10 cents per tor the first ipserlfon and p cests JJ eti subsequent Insertion 1iti lsOIJ qarididMe and political ma e- rYl eautS perlincr w Job wprk done at low rates but cash ibo paftondeltv ryprgoods I1iitt i tlsiDItClit11CtS inado on liberal t l iiarict and resolutions of respect 3 i c iiet tJper1Ine Magitratos E 1 230 aaji Officer i i v 500 LX J 1tOJflcCS 1tJ- Oqt V KaRsDA APR L 101902 trs ir i n The chances for on extra ses Bon of the Legislature have j ji gpnea glimmering GkV Beokj fr J pefciPBoii from democrats of Garrard r r t count asking for a recohvention f 1 t pf4the General J semhlyfor the 11i4 i purpose fpassin rqgstrati- onThI7 1 2 s Jioolbook bill declined to 1 b griiit the request V He saidhi t fihis leLter of reply thatthepas 13 Qt a registration bill was of f insufficient importance andthat I7 itgas clearly fehown that the J Ct0nate woildot pass the J4 school book bUr t i illITher i r ttennE7ss which has y ben inearthed in the Investt Imt companIes has caused a jjrgeneral shakeup and at Lexiiig iii to Kthey will aU be thoroughly 14f lout arid aired in the courts tjt 3sto be hoped that the pro ceedingsill result inv putting t Noutbf business all of those con f 2e s thafcant give a goofl account themselves and satisfy yr heir victims V 3j t TJjeasa of Berry Howard- chargedjt with beiiig a principal ithe Gbebel murder has1 bee- ncalledk4iii Frankfort Howard I b4 ViI ask for bail in case of a continuance The Artliitlo Japanese j The artlfitlc 3ap showsnothing inn srpomv absolutely nothing except alove- ITf J flower Jand a screen and perhaps o 4tcantlfal vase 1 You would never loiow from the rooms of a Sap itL Hhat he was a great picture collector The w6althy collector bcejs nil Ibis t jtrcasurdsstowpd away fn what Is call efl a gpdoilrn lila storehouse and his ft pIctUres are brought up one at a time lf anir vltStor Js present or expected j generally a single pIcture wi1lbc jf Brought in and hung up You enjoy J3 that beautiful picture by itself Itsjcry much Ukq bringing a bottle of wine from the cellar Xo one would 3whnt the whole hip at a time Japan A Hecord In Color by Mortimer ilen peg SecmetlTteaionnble Johnny bud wrljtfcn a composition in the narrative style and was showing It to lila mother far her approval before submitting it totbe teacher Heres a sentence that will not do Johnny shtj said as she read It Vben the man found that he had called at the wrong door he pSlItely lrnlalnQd himseLf away A man can ttn a thing away my dear but not see why contended Jphriay Can bow himself out cant cant lie explain himself Uy of DestinatIon king woman came Into Ing languidly Into a f an acquaintance ryouV was the pst yes ip gOa SiH KJvSCW W rtM r3 ai hSM OOU U WSiI j F NJtom Tb t Qounty t lIappenhl 5lIgthe County People v r1g Iasj Riorted by our Correspondents 9 mw mnwiroWOO ibsfSUtAtAfilfeJilnUaH WllL SOUR li L jj4Jsy SGi6bs If Qp lhe sick listb t l Lfisi- s Jcatl1 1P k- ii visiting ty tkthis week r h Miss IcinhiiBirchwoocli paDurocalast Wed nesday S I rF MisMay Miller of this place was nyour tbwu shopping last Monday Mrs Jaines Mcllvoy visited her relatives near Glenns Greek last vyeek ilr Tom Mudjl of Fredericks VellsIErastus Derringer and brotnec of Springfield attended services here last Sunday Elder J A Simms preached a large audience at rode rend ance last Sunday Rufus Fosterbf Pulliam passed through cur town enrpute to Springfield last Saturday Mr Jack Sharp and wife and aunt of this place ate visiting friends at McAtee this week Mr Oscar Mcllvoy and Miss Bessie Blanton attended church at Pleasant Grove last Sunday j Goldman Patterspn fCar nishyille visited tftJi e home of Mr 0 R Cheatljam last Sun day Mr John Sutherland and wife and daughter Myrtle visited relatives near Sparrow last Sun day j Rue Foster and Lafe Wells of your town paid a tall to Some of the fair sex at1 this place lasfc Sunday Mrs J L Searcy daughter Louise of Springfield are visiting at the homeof Mr TiW Reed this week MrsToel Hyatt of vSilver Lake farm Is visiting her daughters Mrs Jones and Mrs Sheeley near Botland Misses Mayme and Lulu Mer ritt gave their young friends ai social last Wednesday night All report good time Tlie home of Ed Montgomery was destroyed by fire lastFriday hight Cause unknown Only a few things were sated AiessrsA B Wells and Eddj Sutherland the merchants o- fthispltiet have been in Louisi yUle the past week purchasing their springiand summer goods What is the matter with our teachers in this county The Willisburgl patrons desired a first class gentleman teacher t this year We cant see why we dont hava good school here as this ia first class district and as bright pupils as can be found anywhere Washington county boasts of 125 teachers perhaps mole We have as fine a Super intendant as the state could af lord He is ever ready to assist teachers pupils and districts so why dotit the trustees and pa trons of this district wake up and see if we cant have an up todate first class principal and assistant and have as good a schooll as the other li fcte towns in the county v MAPItHILL Miss Martha Hays was in the city a few days last week Aunt Sibbie flays a respected colored woman is very ill at this writing Miss Katherine Wilkerson of Blopmfield is visiting her aunt Mrs Kate Williams Mr Ben Duncan find Robert Sutherland of Bardstown High school spent Easter at hom Several people from Maple lill attended the quarterly meet tig at Chaplin Saturday and unday iMr Martin Sutherland and tie nephew Roy and Annie therland spent Sunday with L JB Gray ft seems that the controversy een Mr Gray and Mr Suth id iis bothering some people tat deal more than it is them lud Russel the noted Texas onist will lecture at the Christian church Sat btAprH12fher sub The llost Rib- ackviJle ught qowand erfor15tad y nr- ougher for i A1b rtm9Well solUn bun 1ij of 100 poupihoats to JT Watts at 5 l2vconts HarveyI Ai Hilton and Go 23 sold 4000poimdspf tobl CooW W Wilhanj jat 8 cents y1 Leslie Bottpm qne ofpii h most popular young men has accepted a position with F M Hail usa clerk lR D Hickerson has been de livering limothy and clover hay mix d the past week to parties In town at 6p cents a hundred Joe Thompson accompanied recentlfmdeMrs Ellii Leacoman of Bloom field i Miss Ehima Bell Hyatt enter tainedihfe young people inn most pleasant manner at her home evcjnmgl W E Palmore a tobacco man representing the Central House of Louisville lias been in our vi cinity this week lookingatsev eral crops Some of which he bought paYinga liberal price The ladies of the Methodist church will givea supper on Tuesday night April 15at the- resithncoof Mr and Mrs rsh min MackvJlle to which the pnb lie iscordiallvi invited WP H tchettsold a pair o- fyeainh iecolts to Garfield JXevine at i25 apiece bought two sows and 3 1 pigs of John Poster at il0 also sold a 4 year old mare ttJtlj Walls of near your town for 9750 and a plug horse to Bob Bifrus for3pHe also bought thieebuggiis of George Bohon of Harrodsburg at G5 each and bought a 7 year old mare of J Q Sapp of Lebanon for 75 one of Clarence Powell of Stew rtsvill for 70 and nI mule of John Haydon for 32 an a two year old colt ofJFloyd Mu- rrellfor 2220 of Lee Riley a1 bunch of 65 pound hoats at Gets and a sow und 4 pigs of Mack Smock for 2250 f fENWIGIi t Mr John Turner made allying trip to VilIisburg Sunday Mrs Margaret lleachmah is verysick tit tbis writing f Miss Dora Bowles spent Sat urday with Miss Jennie sipd Rose Kelley Miss Etl el Rogers spent last Week Tvith her sister Mrf Bert Fenwick j Miss Maitie Begley bought a now huggi from axhompson and Green for 65 Miss Pearl Adams visited friends and relatives ut Willis burg last weeJtw Mr A G Tumey who has been very sick for some time we are glad tosay is some bettor Pete Shewmaker of Willisburg spent last week with the fatnily of Bob Shewmirker at this place Mies Ada Logsdon of the Pleasant Grove neighborhood is visiting rejativjes iin Our town this week Mr and Mrs Jim Harmon of Mackville visited the lattersr parents at tthis place Saturday andSnnduy TP Kelley sold a cow to Thompson fankeyand Co for 26 and boijght one from C T Logs don fOr25 itt WcIINTIRt V1rRobtl Montgpmaiy is no better at this writing Several our citizens Attended courfih Lebanon llast Monday Mr J P Simm8iind daughter attended church iin Springfield Sunday jrJ B Hill sold to Mr Jarboe vqf your city a inch of shoats 5t 5AC Mr George Qleinnts lis on the sick list iso MKstor Arvie McIntyre j r r J B Hll iidglit OfRcvj Hennessy cjf your oity n JJimo year pklmark j4- v Farmers atye qqibiisyi th their crops 1A few imve finish ed sowing pats Misses Lessee and Mary R Fields visitfed thoNlisses Mc Jjeanjast Sunday i lr und iiR Blandford were tlie gutjjits of i undlMrs- ills ndaY lst l 0ije- geilt of ourimostpopultt nug wime put in dew buggy Sunday Guess itsf O ICr isnt it Leoitai1 Messrs Wheatley B dgptt bilIfk1hastfew rn MfoBmith oLNelsonbought of MrThomas Kidwelli a bunch of A1soboughtIa bunch of cattle frdm different parties Success to your paper i i rOlirST viiw- Nr Robert Mpatgbmcry who has been confined to his bed the most of the winter we urosorry to learn no better Uncle John Smith who has been sick so long we are delighted to learn was able to visit and spend the day with his daughter Mrs Joe Carrico last week Sundayrtoe RdseII IMiss Maggie Harnjlton ind rOflthatll Friday night Both nvere done I in stylish mannert i q1INcvsLEAnE1t back a communication speaking 6ft vlat Walton ifeho wasa divtant relative of ours heing mst cousin of our motner We have portrajflUlhdoubt tOO years ago when he was u cabinet workman of Sprinptield We bear Wjrttons full Jiuine He wasery yeatby wniug all the nJ lfromthe knobs aroqntl the city of Lba non where thq tall pine nd eklIfground that the Curt House and ail standpn and also the groove yard onthe hlIIandhis grave today unmallmdHemarried rverypdor v6man and when he iiiedthGre were grare stones erected to his memory She tthen married Lieutenant Gov rior Pope and when he ded IIO tpok Waltons money and setup a tali monument pointing many feett to the clouds and broke bp Waltons tomb tomake basement for Popes Now in tins enclosure lies Presbyterian Mqthodist Baptist and we iire tjld soras few Qat holies their waves being bessed by some jrood priest Some few Episco palian and many outsiders arc buried there and we never heard of u grave costingr a singlel dollar for the six feet of ground Why evnt there be some wily to erect to his memory a respecta ble stone csonie court day a good dinner a few extra dollars by subscription would do the vork The entire ishuu d be interested commuJityI the public buildings are on land tits gift tothe countyund that his grave should go unmarked is a shame i MOORE VIL Ejj V a Bettiy Tr uttmiu is onI the sick listr Miss Louise Setllo visited1 in Bardstti lust wok Uwir rife occasional shower farm wqrlif is getting behind BarboIt your town last Sturday on busi n ess Miss Pearl Lynch will spend the week wit h JIioml at Wiliis burg Mr4 fJPhil Hun er of Chtipliiij sitpdMr Bnsii Cull lust Sun day Thurman Uhftsser of Polin at tciiaeti chnrrli at New Hope Smirfay ViVMpe Bodino gnva dance lust Vfoadny night It was vollj iiitided l f There vero two cur loads of kerrJastwe TtJPrice unknown Miss Mary Sweeny of Louisville is visiting her uncle homas of this plnce l siiffrom Sf S oode Mr Lewis Stiles of Kelson county wasin our midst Fddya- nti t Saturdiiylast fA good crowd was oulat NeVi Rope las Sunday to heat Rev Wm Stallings preadh Oll tor the u Childrene 6 GIve thenroilTcodlivBroil ItsI curious to see the result Give ittorthe peevish fret ul child ali helughGi it to the pale anacmie child Jand his fa becomes rosy and ql1of health Take aflat chestecJchildOT a child thaf has stoppeH growing give himi the oil and he will grow big and strong like the rest This ishot anew scheme It has been done for years 0f course you must use the right biK Scotts Emulsion is theo re t Scotts i Emulsion neither looks nor tastes like because we are so careful in making it pleasant to take Send for free sample SCOTT J1OVNE Chemists 4o9Pearl St NTand 100 aldruggiiUr MrsElIa Pile of Sirams spent last Sund y with her pareEtts tMr and frs Jeff Smith Mr HanI Pile has put out a large vineyard He will mann facture wine in the future Miss Etta Boblet spent lasjt week with friends lhere She has returned to her home in Lou isville Mr John Gribbens delivered 10 hogs averaging 170 lbs tto tvobert Smith at Booker at iSO per hundred Jerome Trent Removed io Brush Grove lust Mondayl J N Bodihc occupies the property vacated by him There was a watch raffled off at 81Hv akleys store last Saturday night Jack Good was the luclcVbo Mi Richard Bobljt delivered 200 bushels of corn to Dan Me Retina at Fairfield shelled at 70 cis per bushel Oliver Waketield a respected colored man died last Sunday and was interred the following day at Camp Ground cemetery TathamSprin2s Henry VJhite was iin Fairfield last Saturday 1 PJ Johnson is in Louisville this week buying spring goods john Cary and family of Polin are visiting Morril Pinkston this week Miss Same Dennis entertained ft number of friends Saturday night tor William Col vihcnJIed on his best girl aY Pulliam Satur day night Mrs Sophie Wornall has returned to Tatham to take charge TOf the lhotel t Merril Bond and R 0 Pinks ton were in Harrodsburg last Thursday on business Uncle Thomas Hedges was thrown from his horse and riously hurt last week Uncle Tom is about 88 years old but iinJ a conversation one vrould think he Was only 25 The houieof Mrs N C Tajth nm was burned March 30 She carried 900 insurance The policy expired the last day of March She had just paid up for the coming year WtI ro f ijt 4siiJWeugBriges I f jr i 1 t iL ii bq fhraGarlLcdi1i 1t the llLt t IL make n selection and e radv EI a l 4 r N SEEPING i l i Lj You must is near at hand and iIf r IiI 3 we grass seeds of all kinds ll 1 Ie a of i 4THOMPSON QREENt3 KY +E It m ml PFtMMaMrs Bailey Pirikstpn is ser riously si lat this writngwith measles WeJ vsev pIe who are peddling the measles by the wholesale We should notsympathize with those who are scattering the disease should they become seriously siqk ihit I am quite sure winte r is gone if One travels as far as two miles on the river Especially on Sunday You will see three or lour different tribes of fiBhermen Jews Gentiles and others Last Sunday it is said the river bank wasJined with fishermfen from Tatham to Jerusalem Saved many time lontneglect ccugh aud colds even if it is Spring Such eatc oft =n result seriously at this season just bee ric people are careless A dose of oue Minute Cough Cure will remove ill danger Absolutely Safe Acts at ouce Sure cure for cough colds rouptTi bronchitis and other throat and lung troubles 1 haye used One Minute Cough Cure several years says Postmaster CO Dawson Bar Ill It is the very beft cough medicine on the market lihas saved me many a severe Vpell of sickness aud I warmly rccpmmend it Tb cKlldrenti favorite J An old writer comments In the lowingl quaint manner on the superior ityof English food over thtotIiepoor people in France Thiy nte no bread that beans in were hot 01coct At or clermatyn or elsq of clean wheat tie no piece of bacon but If it lL frteh flesh other dab triM other hake ant for all that the Impossibility of obtaining frli fish dnll1torcedtbt ordinary layman to taU back upoxz the stilted nrtlcle and the consumption badly Baited fish has since been pointed out put ottJu vhlef causes of the nKHiltPxitl of leprosy London hroulolt IOu Uoforn III Time Tnerewone of my faults that Im free to aduiIC said the convict who always managed to break Jail Whats thatT I haye never lived up io my con 4ictionsPlitladelphia Press BelfiyaUe BIzzcr Gasser tells me that be Is honest in thought word and action BuzzerIm sorry you told me Ill be suspicious pt Jilm after this ObIQ State Journall The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has bee in use for over 30 years has borne the signature ef J 0 and has been made undo Us pdc 11I sonnI supervlsioa since Itafnlaliq I Allow no ono to deceive yon in eAll Counterfeits Imitations and JustaSgoOdarit Experiments fthnt trifle with and endanger the health df Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTQRIVGas- torin is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pate gone Drops and Soothing Syrupy It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Ifarootta substance Its ago Is its guarantee It W1BaJStomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleeij The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE ALWAYS e Signature of ct L Hav61waysBoughttin Use For Over 30 Years Tilt cCtyAun 8D eroY I P JlClVei can afford to sell tbemja fll j close fi ures Our houses Isi iioir full of some of lije latest and nob biest Vehicles on market lay Style ateW I MMi ping 10t TIME fiVO4 have remember II lake Specialty Northem Seed Oats SPRINGFIELD ralpeoJ dctroysWorrns CASTOR II = i Insuramqe fL R r prIilRvesimenti iii l r lV QT Lexington Ky t G1W EJJIOY iltr I 4AGEWF1 L i Springfield Ky i Ii CEMENT I t i At Lowest Prices rU t11fAII tIiRO4UOHLUMBEBR t Ji iJ DRESSED LUMBERf1 4 n kQSASH and DOORS hlt 2 p LATand SHINGiEI p t J CQTRAO INttk t Aiythiing iin th buildingi In atf tft I 2tFIELD LUMBER COs Yatid Nti J v t t 71 t 4lsjvI CALL iNjJ PEICtS t j Lii 1Ii teIlrftFontT- b uv uf o v 4 u iuu imost Ingenious and unexuiuylcd ptecfese of 1meebantamniul structure The outside hoof is made lip of n series of Jiln vertical lamlme of rhoru about t0tinimmber into this are fitted jiLout 5 niofP thin lamlnoc TrhJch tjolonjj t Jhp comu bone both sets being clastl c and adher ent The tdges of a quire of paper in serted leaf by f Into a other quire eImentotthfeII distributed In the st tie nre manner and in a way that 7 sp inIi acted upon in an obliqui rec Verlly there Is a display of hatt res wonder everywhere atopplne a Fad Trmia People often wax impat nk because express trains cannot be stopped nt some unlniportanfc little station nt which they wish to alight They ahprd consider the cost of satliifylng their whim A train going nt n hire of sixty miles an hour can be stop ll wipiln yards from the first upyllcatlon of the brake Nowt enough power Is lost to cuirrythls same triln flfteqn miles byer a plane surfaced First there Is the momentum acquired by the train flying ht tilU roluarkntslernte of speed rbmkrsandcoiltol compensate for nil these losSeS for nil of which impatient passengers would not cnrt to pay noman tuucts In making Roman cnntUcs a cyun dried case Is taken and packed rwlth li lot of stars At the bottom of the case they put some of the coinpslU6n they put In roctctsnnd ot tot of each staft iIs some more of it y mixing certain chemicals grjcn flpdtetl lights repro duced Greefc MsUts like thosej vscd in death scenes on the stage at thi theater are made by mixing n great quantity of nitrate of barytosj with smallquantltles Of sulphur chlorate or potash charcoal pulverized bud irsenic jAncientlyj when a sale of lunUtook Jilace it xvaj the custom to have twelve adult wltt flOsSes fCC anplb1c by twelve little boys and wheh the price of th IlI1Idf I was jJald and Its surrender tool place j the curS of the boys were pulled they were beaten severely so that pjVlji thus inlllcted should makertn IU presslon upon their memory and If required afterward they might bear witness to the sale r = t1 ThE 8COTCHRESULT4c- Lng i l tile Piuit et k JkeI h PJaI SfrT 3 William Inglla was a Visitor ati1 Scotch yacht dub ontbe Clyd dBElHif a regutta cek and one Ight M risicelled Ion totn story InQwJat lie says from books nndexperWscAke density of Scotchmen ti ABB rteifl jokes he told the broadest most pointr ed story he could think of It was the old chestnut of the inebriated Irishman who Ejet a policeman nM ask dbjfe fthe time v Three oclock saId the pol1xIdol JlIUnt hear said the IrlflMtifc 4iThit r qclockr the cop yeiledt k Shure Ol dldnt liar tbajt dtljsert The cop then hit him Urea whiicks t ph the head mdt1 elsibl mt4JYO hear that1 he asked ShDre said Pat 01 heard that IIIl ond 01 do e fur tldnkla WB gina 04 Jtui that 01 dldqtmate ye attwilve There was not a ripple of apprecla f tlon on the rows of Scotch faces forehim snld jSJr Inglls nyoDf arid nfl were blank and slowly each i Scotchman drajnedhis whisky tai hide the fact Suddenly said Mr InglU fXiww opld Scotchman JH the far cocher break into a smile Slowly he removed his pipe from his Jnouth and blew otot i q cloud of smoke Hoot moo he std but ye canna blame the pollcewj for a that It do bo a wee bitl hard te be asked the same question tnreeiiB That is what 1 call the Scetcji rev IsuJt iir Inglis cdncludedNCWYeIk Tribune h h Where DIwiieM C1JCiewNil large proportloa of tlwjNMiWttMi i 5Qlt Naples1 live at p blHf MtcfceiMt er cooking stands which are fo iIMevoi I cry block In the densely willed j ortlo s ot the town They are geeralty jMy little rooms die walls bkckeaed with the grease aiid smoke or eseratiene- In the rear te an old fs aedre sface with k number of pots aMa kettles from w ilch savory steam rleg Ibe largest is always foeSmcareiii fee tMl the star of life The others ckhit l80opanb i varJps tads ivegetables while w t jfer wlttck usually projects Isto ftfc str t uw cooked food is spread t In Kff JMMI and bowlS The cult iew MMM AfWith pans and bckeij or the Jjtoc find make their elec40b The prices are wmarkay jtw Ti rvegetables fruit and mmr if the elliot artfclcs pf NespeUts WH an cheaper here itte said tbaal iJa aay other ilace in tthe world and tt one of thfi coojklng shops a good dither ean- ho obtained fur 2 cents antI cndngli for n fninlly fgr 5 crIuts f CTildJSft pcorrt prald rr vfJ JTNi k JI BURTON t IIiSlDENTDENTCs T 15 TEETH EXTRACTED tr1THOUT PAIN trt0m Eo Ukgaa Block up stairs Mk IYiPRIKGF1ELDICY jt JAjj1DcntalI Work Strictly f Firstclass Ii 4H11iimmf T tT rn fl j Jtit EL IS Jijl 0T71CYflIxEuutT lUtLD1IIJ f 9 HetIyJot d J t i 2W SPRINGFWLD KY t t t r I J 1 m fir tAMBTON i 1 l t OFFICE y In Open House liii iD f Z DRSJs J SMOCK4 s fiII 1 1 SPU1N QFJtELD KYIly9 t 0iFI E Dr Rinebarfs fOE air oees over Peoples Deposi IiY 3JPkOMce Hours 12 16 2p no qr r1f 4WFGR1GSBY if i A1TORNEYATLAWa i Office over Peoples Bank B LJ BPRQIOPIELD KY i The Eminent Kidney r land Bladder Specialist rIM rMMerersr of Wiat Werkb IJDratIryThere Jsa disease prevailing in this ounbYmost dangerous because so decep byjtihofiapopl yaare often the result of Jcldney dtoetse lIf kIdney trouble tis allowedto v1ccthc lIldneypolsoned blood will attack vlta jScellIalbumenXarightsipr Kilmers SwanpRopt the new dls 1w coyery Jsthe tniespedfic for kIdney bladder rL and urinary Iroubjes It has cured thousands otheier freefrp AddreaS1 jDrKilmer Co Bteghamton N Y and qSnUonthis paper I i j jIIJSheriffsSa1e- P FORcJ1 A t XE yyiriue ot taxesdue the State of 4t 7 IIfXfJn u4y and the county of Wash j ltie J wI1 offer for sale at the CorntbbusB door in Springfield on +J MONDAY APRII28 1902 At4abttnt oclock pm the following ppperty or so janohr thereof as will MIry ihe amount of tax and cost Jwih r pope Ben Heirs taxes for ythtis 11906 and 1901 includlngcosts 4 95I PopoBinataxe8orieara19L iandjl96j including Sts 585 rLPOwE1LExSwi 0 11llr1llO i1 BoyJr 6997 tf 7 STANDATID AND REGISTERED ftnEjJybredi1mystables near WHHsburg lfSfZto Insure a LivIng ColtI iNmbrlno Boy Jrsire of VoJo 212 is a solId black and stands full 16I hands high grand looking stallion t and certainly one of the handsomest tJ horses of his family That he will 5get trotters and producers his past rocordwillahow possessingftbe blood of tbegrat Mambrlno Patchon Clay Hambletodlau and Thoroughbred makingJ a powerful union of perform A4Bg d producing strains He is I y tfie greatest son of tlih renownc MithlrInd l itl Patchen His dam Isby the Sentinel whose short but briilfant career stamped him the eqttarof1 his Sllfnstriou8ljr other Voltinlefr JV8GIBBSs Willisburg Ky hi +t Dhie i1r sss nurseriesS J fr+ i j SPRING I9O2 iffFrtiit jmdOrnameatal Trees rape I iY J SmalL Fruits araguan i j1 everyt6ing lof Orchard lawn and f fGarne We sellvairect airiipht prices agentsptjttrwathation t f H F HINMYZ1 IejingtonKy I 1rri NEWEAEF 1IJi GUWii W of Interest TOWNLocpen1fls latest f I All About Yourself FrJends- andAcqualntancesI I nn nn rOI Q InnrbtendJQhn Hinder I fsale i Country and sugar csur d hamsi at John G Shaders jr v i I Garden seeds of iiiiir 1t TdhnO Shaders 4 mThompsflgenuine Oliver chilled plow re 1pairs ostuinCereai Ralstpn foodi and Srapeiiufes lit John r5 C Shad sw 1i 1t r t Gpto John C Shad foi Vakjjr Lbeatl IeI For a fragrant cup Of cofi get Chase and Sanbornes i John1 0 Shader agent Quite a number of valuable 1inghlfradebread Jno 0 Shadersole agent f 7 rt Jessie Nance an old and re4It 1towne about 90 years old 1 STRAlYED From ny farm two miles from town on the Mack ville Tumpike a yearling heifer Pale red intolor and weighing about 350 pounds Rewarrd for her return to fWfI Fp FOR SALE One thoroughbred Shorthorn Bull 3 years ld Iblood red In cplor an extra hellateil kind arid gentle and is riot roguish or breathy jtfe iT K WALI2 There will be an opening anjl grand display of millinery tood at Mansfieldson Fridat arid Saturday April 11 and I2y Ali newest styles ReadytCwear garnientsJuickon corsets Quee quality foot wear etc V The laying of concrete side walks outhesouth side pf Main Street for abo4tone square is one of the good improvements OfT the town The work is being done by Mr JW Smith and will add greatly to the appear ance of the street Work has begun on the new bank building at Chaplin Several Washington county citi zens hold stock in the bank B Bo Sutherland beyig one of the directors W L McGlellanrif this place has the contract fpr the brick work on the building The Fourth Congressional Teachers Associatiowill meet at Lebanon Friday and Saturday j April 18 and 19 AJJli teachersof8 this county are urged to attend Teachers expecting b attend are recLuested to notify Supt S G McElroyat Lebanon tii As Squire Uohn Gordon was starting tb Polin Saturday to open court he saw some dogs j fijhis j and bformatter between the dogs and sheep t A daughter 6f Taylor Blond was shot in the hip by John Lee colored at a nail driving at ttfe oloredc church near Maud this J county The difficulty arose Over the number of nails driven DrJ N Shehan was summoned and probed for the ball but was unable to locate it The parties are colored Thev weapon used was a 38 calibre pistol B Bi Leachman will stand this season his 3 yearold pre miuhi saddle stallion Chester Squirrel also the well saddlhorseIrvinRussell owned by McClaslcy iBrcis who has proven to be a great sire for high class actorsandgaited sad dle horses Those who contemplate raisihg colts should see these horses before going else whereS townJ30ardlipf wefti1kplea for a light at the intersec tion of Walnut and High Streets That particular place although pne of the mcst prominent oneiin town has been known as Dark j ItJicuact3icS I j i Corner land the darkness that f tprevades that particular spot is riof Egyptian blackness Lets have better street lightning and better sfreetsv i arid well stop kicking aliout licensetox Messrs Tom Nally Major Wharton nd Louis Walker who- reSa the jQounty Processioners et near Hillsboro on last Fri b day to procession the lands of elix Nofel and fix the line be f tween Noel aridjthe Prather iBros F Real made tHesur presentireprLewis ancW F Grigsby repre Ia senting Pirathers I ft Local Recruiting Statiod to beiJ established at Springfield Kyt from April 12th to May 1thGnlistments will be for all branches pf the service Infantry Cavalry arid Artillery Appli 11cans willibe from 21 to 3p years Captain Robert D Read 10 th Gavahry Recruiting Office Charles Wigginton General Re cruitingervice U S Army prom Louisville will be in charge- rof the Station Mr J Irvine Wimsatt has I sold out his interest in the drug firm of Wood Wimsatt to Mr Hamilton Robertson and the firm will continue business under the name of WoodRobertson Drug Co Mr Robertson the y new member of the firm is a son rof Mr George D Robertson and is quite popular Mr Wimsatt has not yet decided what busi to ness he win engage in but has severalthings in view Qt by the of skill eye is gives pur attempt attain general ltrade this our exclusive it osts no special invitation is Y you tljie prisoners broke il at Taylorsville Friday night wo of the hop bars across ashad rusted so as to ber easily removed The grand jury at the last term of court called attention to this fact but nothing had been done in the way of reMThese bars were removed enoughtoadrilW One of the prisoners was Jack Bird charged with attempting a criminal Assault upon Mar tin The other one was a negro manalsq charged with a felony A man named Jewel charged with double refused to the ones that escaped Campbell has been fortunate enough to secure first attraction for goersiTucker Company will next Monday begin a weeks engagement at the house here It is a rst5 class repertoire company nd comes with some of the est press nqtices that have ever given an organization of that kind Their plays are the the latest and are of the good wholesome kind Read what the Atlanta Ga Commer ial has tosay about it Lillian Tucker1 decidedly clever and her supporting company one nf tie best seen here in a repertoire The specialties were of a high order of excellence Prices will be 10 20 and 30 cents and Hal Reids Rottnoke will be the pening bill cnd y night Osteopathy Springfield Charles oore the Osteo pathic physician of Lebanon I wilt visit three days t each week Monday Wednesday and Friday beginning Monday April 14 He will have his ofiice at the Cleaver House and office hours from 2 oclock till 5 p m No for examination and consultation at Refer ences WVC Courts Lebanon Col J B Carlisle Mr W R Spalding Mr Joe Shreve B Tf HogartyfMrMr A F C rter County Clerk Q 0 Cambrpn and R C Clarkson tlA 1i R SA V saIV ln1hOW3ifJ II 11j w 4tRU or e r f t II C ii- aLL44 I ciEHTinc OPTICIAN = i f Q IELNAL Sirs Henry Edelon of Bardatown ylslted relatives here Sunday Mr and Mrs J Irvine WimBatt werj3ln Bardstown last week XJrcenT Jones of Lonlavijle visited Is mother at this place Sunday Miss Nora Cleaver has returned from a visit to friends in Columbia tSpaldtngBertha Haydon Mr J W Holland of Shelby ville Is gust at the aome of Mr and Mrs W U Jeachman Mrs Kate Williams returned Mon day evening from Louisville where he has been on business Rev TV E Mitchell and son Master eorge Hunt of Pwenton visited the family of SR Gray last week Miss Lawson hoe returned from Ashyille N O where she has finished a course in a business college Mrs Lnm Craycroff who has been visiting relatives at this place Ileft for her In Meade county to day MrW A Clements attended tbo Populist convention at Louisville and- eports a big meeting and lots of en thuBlaara Rev B E Cj Lawson returned from Henderson where he has been holding a meeting in the Presbyterian church of that place Mr Thomas H Carter of Harrods burg ishere this week Mr Cart r was a merchant at this place several ears ago and has many herd The Misses Leacbman entertained a few friends at at tljeir home near town on last Saturday evening meet MrJ W Hollan their Mrs Clifton Green entertained the SPRING GREETING 4Just a little touch hand directed i bythe bf genius what Hats that distinctive individuality which all but few Our l will appreciate trade will welcome and itSl more A extended r by MRS KATE WiLLIAMS t rq W Twoott window pair Mrs murder join Manager TheO another class Opera been clean Miss DrI Springfield charge office lips lhempqthea Daisy home Tuesday friends supper guest IEl1cbNpenand ink Gibson beads The cdlor decQraUonsLarge vases ofJjonquils lent a charm lIng bit of color to the rooms The vleltorja prize was a couch pillow with la pen and ink Gibson lead which iss Ina Kimberlin won The artistic talent of the hostess was nicely die played in the pen and ink drawings on the tally cards and pillow COmrzg- Vaughts h Comedy Company supporting Miss Lilian Tucker in a weeks engagement at the Gem opened Monday night under the most flattering audiences The capacity of support qnd special- istsi as excellent the dancing andI humorous acts quite catchy Miss Tucker is a real artist in llines exact in every detail of garb and expression It is a decidedly smooth repertoire com p ny The audience Wednesday evening was enthusiasti over the rendition of Hal Reids Rpa noke in which each and every character was cleverly represen ted A demand for a repitition of Roanoke was scknowledg ed by its presentation at the mat- ineet Saturday afternoon Somerset Journal Roanoke wilt be presented at the Springfield Opera House on next Monday night Notice Parties to whom the license rdinance recently passed by the Boardof Trustees of the Town of Springfield applies are hereby notified that licenses under that act can be procured from meat the NEWSLEADER office and that each day said license goes unpaidl the person or persons subject to such license pr01videdJAS R N DizzyI Clerk Then your liver Isnt acting well YU suffer fromtif1fous1 AyePsiPills act directly on the liver For 60 years they have been Jthe Standard Family Pill Small doses cure M1a1Ii tS buutflelIBUCKINGHAMS DYE tqh rn eIt H 1 =AIT OrdlnanceS At a regular meeting of the Board SpringfieldKytheir regular plaqeof meeting within the corporate limits of said town all the members being present the following ordinance wasadopted and enactedtoThe Board of Trustees of tbetownIof Springfield Ky do ord lows The following tax upon license towlt Standard Oil Co 10 00 Dentists 10 00 Operating a Tpansfer Wagon 5 00 G p DUNCAN Chin B T S JAs R Non ClkB TS tr An Ordinance The Board of Trustees of the town of Springfield do ordain as follows That before any person or per sons shall take from any street oralleyany dirt or dig up the earth in any way they shall first obtain permission from the Board of Trustees of said town and for each violation of this ordinance the offender shall be liable toa fine of not less than 5 or more imprisonedinj 80 days or both fined and imprisoned at thejdiscretion of the court or jury This the Isfc fay of April 39Q2 G DVDuncan chairman Attest Jas R Noe Clk B T Groceries 18 lbs granulated sugar 100 Country Sorghum 35c Hokey Pokey duke lOc Jelly Rolls lOcjr Coffee Cake 10 jc JJ1 Round Rusks c jTriumph Po tpes 2nd crop 170 Garden Seed 2 papers 5c Finest California riiits per can IDC Fresh fish evbry Friday JobephA Shader LErTER LlST +List of letters renaaining un callil for in the Springfield Ky Postofiice for Ithe week eudiiigr Aprjl 10th 190 Mrs Cora Allen Ms Ada Beiry Mrs Delphie Hunter Mrs Ada Betty Miss Bessie Grimes Miss Janie Riley f George H Mellen Mandy Mills Caroline Simpsbn Womans Home Companion G H Mellen Or Waver vdieajiley When calling for these letters please sy Advertised W At Waters P M FofeyS Kidney Cure oiakes kidoen and bladcJcr iigbtc CL1SfN CATARRH AND RFALINO URgFiR TARRHIS Elys Cream Balm t Easy and pleasant toiise Contains no Injurious drag It quickly ab liematonceCOLDtHEAD Jt opens and cleanses the nasal Ins sages allays InllammatiQn healja and protects the membrane Reptores the senses of Uwte and smell 14i size fid trlalsizetso f 30 Warren BtreetNer York t BUCKINGHAM WAS IJ KEN TJtey Had Htm Sure Before Curtain and Actor Went Dot n During the first year of my travels an actor I joined a troupe thatvaa presenting Shakespearean tragedy We tenting Shakespearean tragedy We were playing in one of the provincial cities of England when a new actorr an iinexperienced amateur Joined tbd com pnny and was sslgned the role ot Catesby In which to make bib debut Jn the play of Richard the Third i Cur ing the progress of the piece ont of hfs new lines is after a quick entrance ad dressed to King Richard and llie says My lord the Duke of Buckingham is taken rifg4tothisnervous and was noxIous to proclaim the fact that the Duke of Buckingham was taken as he had been practicing and studying it for several weeks The result was that he got the wrong cue and made his eptrance before time cryIngouS V My lord the Duke of Buckingham Istakenr Richard turned to him and inj an un ourftooThe actor left the stage 1 rttb and more rattled than ever that scarcely was he iIn the wings b fore he again made the same m takand agaUi proclaimed that the Duke bf Buckingham was taken Richard turn ed upon him lor the second tfmo and told him to leave the stag to also whispered Somebody take pare of that idiot and tell him Vhen to make hla entrance The prompter grabbQd the actor by the band and when the proper time came said Now is your ftlnie Tell Richard hes taken The actor rushed upon tbe stage hesitated looked at Richard and then in a wild tone of voice exclaimed We have him by heaven land we have him sure r I believe the curtain wentfdqwn and wilsIH Stoddard in Saturday Evening Post THE LOST GHILq A JDrnmnllo Incident at aii iObeaix I Grorc Experience JleCttnt It had been an experience inecllug Tep thousand people were asembled in the great auditorium bj the sea There had been the handshiike the waving of handkercHiefs ith hymn the prayer the word which told tho spiritualhistory of many a soul l he bishop stood upon the platform the act pronouncing therbencdic rin Emotion was cIt Its height It seemed as if a spiiltual ivavo had swept ofdr the multitude Dipping it In iadlvfoc caress At that moment a little child was passed up to the plitform land the bishop took it in Ms aim Lost child wore the whispered baby put Its dimpled armsWtTbebishops neck and laid its his shoulder its yellow curjls mingling with his gray hair IiLost childsaId the blpbbp in his deep sympathetic voice Doe anyone in the audience know this vb by or to whom it belongs Will the father or mother come and claim ItV There was silence and the baby nestled closer and the wpm n jwho sat near said VOhl4 Then a mao was seen intklng his way to the altar It waf the abys fa ther Instantly tho child sire ched out its armsto go to him Then a no gave It up the bishop said There are 10000 lost souls in Ocean Grove The IJathers arms ari waiting to receive them So go to your Fa tlict s outstretched arms as has this little child Detroit Free re The Spring of 1902Jr t With the finest and most complete assprimenlj 1Fojt Stylish and uptodate Dry Goods and r Clothing V 1 1i We desire to especially call your attention tof S Ourilue of Jf r1tf DRESS GOODSS rltJ 1 tiir i i Which we have been especiaHy carefull in selecting and which we consider a Spring stock that for varjetv and beauty ot dejign r has never been surpassed in SprinsQeld We only ask that the latiies call and see for themselves 1 To Our MenFriends 33kL We desire sir ply to state that we are pre pared to FIT YOIT OUT in the very latestl styles inCloihingi Shoes Hats and other 1 mens wear Our stock is fresh and strictly 11uptodatein very respect v We swish to impress on the minds of all 1J tffoOt customer that they ate gurantec d to GOOD VALUESS f tin every Department J And when yqu buy from us it means that you will get a dollars worth fqr every dollar you spend and that means much V flrJ We are alwys ready to shOW goods We Give Rebate Stamps r Crundy Claybrooke Mcliiljifh J1 i SPRINGF1ELJD ICY c ii a Of p i k Springfield1 S Carriage Sign Wa4L iG 8CIIENERGER Pripr Vit 00 5 CLOTHING f most have c RIE- v yLvII tJjiD fr e xi ald SiglPliltiJtfN 1I Crriage riing repairing iJjit dofeto order fjSATISFACTmI1 fIi1 t7ttJVr JII At the Old Casey Shop Wee Invite Your Inspection Of our elegant Stock of NEW GCXDS Spring Dress Goods lin 11 the neww shades White Goods in all new weaves1Waist Good in Silks Silk Ginghams Madras and Mercerized EffectsC I r I t We are now pre pared to JstQckcompletI of ttTh Iast and i f attractive41- We ever shown and I il LOWER iN Than fihdelset1E i tftsVI Carriage i Itrjm and F the t Just opened dutva llargeV iStokof IR G1 t C0RSETS The latest shapes in1 Whit Pink andI 6lue 1 II 1 JlIJI f t Dont fail to visit our Wall Paper c Carpet LaceCurtairi and RiigD part thanwi In Shoes we ftre slipping Vfci lid Patent Calf i I 0Patent KM Velour Calf Box Calf Act made on all last from the plainest to the L 11 most extreme Call and examine ThflII Iii We Guarantee to Suit you S We still ex tend a speciali inyitatioa Jd cMhi fjarsAlways giving special cash prices Thanking ioa lor iastfnvors arid soliciting continuation youptros Te remain Yours Truly Cunningham is Duncan I iAt ijjWJiiwWiiViw wwwwViwN s NT Yours I t Iit And Jf Cosfs YuNofTr 3You can get almost ANYTHING YOU WANT ia inliiui fmr 3 pssi33 most rebate fitamps tip td ihat time On Jalr awwl liff two 3 EXTRAS to the two parties collecting the largest oaBbi oC lpl bate stamps by that date On collecting the IargtaoM to iflret choice Will announce later what the EXTRAS wW iMpJto at once to collect REBATE STAMPS BereAN tbt Moss 3wantyonr cash trade I I GRUNDY GLAYBROOKB tM cIHTnU Everything new In Dry Goods Shp OlotWaf LMiM M Orate wear Prices cantbe bt 53 JOHNt C SHAPE f a Staple anti Fancy GrocerIes nd Comatry 7o4 1t A In Ih stock everything yott ask for no rtJatt t b thi clerks who waJt oo you like they wait y rlt a jtr a you rebate taiBpi too 7 i wWoOD ft WIMSATT5 it Every thing n Draft PaIMancl Oik BrtM PH 1 I U I ROBEWESON91k a A complete PUtt of Erdw irarinsqo turn J C JOHN Y MAY 1aI y 3s4ov- 3Carefulitjifl0B 1AlWAYIA FORATE STAMPS t If m 4 fMM i 5 WingtonD 0 Aprjt4j 1902 1 T Tip iimportant bills parsed by JCftjess this week hero were the dOieppi rjarine billby the Senate g fte Sundry CiVil appropria 1 ji wiai by the House Jn the 1 Sse the Chinese ex1usion bill jliSF jow the unfinishedibusiness f tijesteerifig committee made acoDditionall promise cthV the Nicaragua Canal bill E t sball follow Notwithstanding to t Promise the nttmber ofwell Informed persons who doubt whether there svjlll be any caia1 leglslal unbythe Senate at thIs session is still Quite large Dogs t can killed without hanging and these doubtless predict bat Senators who are opposed to canal legislation will prolong the discussion pf the Chinese Exclu sit1 bill as 1Ouas itcau be done withpufejaying theniselves open to the charge of being filibusters rathat then when thevote is rd finally taken they wall 6tjdeaTor I to create a sentiment against taking up the canal teiltcmthe ground that it wll1 C summer 1lnstead of anythine 1 1 bngbroght out byxthe rives Itigation thatns bping onduoled i by a House cpmrni if the clbarge of Capt C of Dnmarka1I ged to have been made to the government of Den tmk that he bribed Congress men and newspaper men to push aU ng 1the negotiations for thei isatebf the Danish West Indies it bas shown that the Dane who j 7 brought the papers in the case to r Washington merely succeeded in fooling some inflaeptial members oftoe House into helping him to getithe publicity be frassf kinA J4 wijEh the hope of Beading off rati islapdsr tunder oath The srne game was J tried pn the Senate bUttit would not work The Department of V Site denounced the Jhing us a fraud unworthy of notice from the tirsts1 4 jjHpnfJoseph Smith Fowler who whi ser iIg a a Senator from T nn sse eYls one of the cIiseven republicans who voted against the impeachment pf e President Andrew Johnson died in a Washington hospital at the ag jAj by theenemies of Senator Hanna vhp are condemning him for standing by his friend Major Rathbone whp was convicted withO eely and Reevesof com ph plicity in the Cuban postal fraudI t Regardless of opinion as to the Iguiltor innocence of Maj Bath bone unprejudiced men will be- tt rather inclined to think morei thanJle5solSSenatolr Hanna for vk standinoli his frIendtand an rrbeleif in his juno 1Tin his rjower to secure bis flee p11 The man who stands byhis friends is always the roan vho has friends that will stand blitri The Indian appropriation bill asirepprted to the Senate carries an incrasbfnearly Sl00000o in maIDt n unts An amend ment restores the membershipof what is known as the Dawes commission 6f OUlithe House bill Imyingreduced it to three j and makes the decision of the coinmission final in all matters t trr1ating to apprismentand allot Imentoflands and to the tight pf citizenship in any of the five llead= acheSick headache nervous head ache tired headache neuralgic headache catarrhal headache headache from eicitement in c fact headaches of all kinds are quik1y and surell cured with S DR MILLS Pain Pills 4 Also all pains such as backache neuralgia sciatica rheumatic pains monthly pains etc DrMllej Pah pms are worth their L Wlght i1 g o1dny Mr W D Krea ThCYCEdJtC aotg c1e rtOuJd Mies Pda Snia drive away pjuaesttliy magic 1am never with CVCZ7ODCU twoshcedcsIpHas JUDGE Joizssoy ChI AO Hi Through their use thousands of c paopliB have bein enabled to at 1teml sOt1and rcligioui mac 4s rlclS trayel1 enjoy araiiscnicnts 4ctcirithcomfort Asaprcvent aIfFetch 8ia recurring attack they ir excellent sa tJ7 S1 DrugtA 5 Je Mr 25 cents Dr Miite d oal Co Eilchart Ind tirrMWiV I 1 MWiVDont j of your Jelly and preserve Jars In Ibe old rasalooe4 way Seal them by tho now quick ab60lntcly sure wnybyIa thin BedDed Paralilne Has tasto or odor Ji air tight and acid prooC EaIIappIIed eCUlln adozen other bouzeFulleach mire IISold llodobj r II Civilized Tribes The bill also makes it unlawful for any per ft ons to lay out a tract of land mii the Choctow Cnicka aw Creek or Cherokee nation in liidian permissionoftbe opepingtotion in Utah with the consent of a majority of the adult Indians aesidhig thereon is also included on the bill and it creates an addi tTerritory rollowmgthe business propositions that I are constantly made to him Arnl1ltttbI j iIIi1 j tofdJ United States You cqn help me to make a lot of money if you 1iwill go into the scheme because the original Noahs ark would bej the best paying attraction at the St Luis fair CASTOAIAI For Infants and Children Tfci KindJouflaia Always Bought t sears thb lf3iinattJe of gp ij j la Reply to Inquiries we havo pleasure in announcing that Elys Cream Bam iis like the solid preperatiod of that ndmirablee in that it cleanses tnualt orI Dhc liquid Cream Balm I atfavtedto useby patients who hayi trouble iu inhaling through the nose and prefer spraying The price in- lucting f spraying tube is 75 ceuts Sold by druggists or mailed ny Ely Bros Warren St N Y11Reduced Rates to the Vest- Commencing March 1st aiid daily Ojisreafter until April 30tB 1902 the WIsconsin Central RyL wilie11 Settlers tickets from Chicogo to points in Mouitaiiaj Idaho Oregon Washington ar d Jritisih Columbia at greatly reduced rates For detailed iDfQrImation inquire of nearest Agqntorathess TD Campbell D P A 218 Pike Bu cingCi cinnati O or JasC Pond Gentl Phss nger Agent Milwaukee Wis rI Ihanes nthe SchoolI 141w1 The late Legislature made aI number of changeSln the schpol law Manyot them referred JoI the business of the Superinten dants office etts Among those of Intefespitn the general public were the fallowing The June examination for graduates of the common schools wasichaaged to he second Friday and Saturday jtn Mayand two days instiad Iof one assjgrred fo the January examination for thu same purpose It hIts never been possible fo pay the forty per cent or1 the publid fund in October as rtbe law provided ndl the payment otihOfortvporcutiS deferredII until December Tne mioiraum salary that any county may PuvI to the county puperintundent raised from 250 to 400 H ire tofore when scboofhouse was condemned the trustees underj penalty were required Id hHlveit lyreplacedis now removed and the trusteps may levy and cqlleciAa tax from pnoughbnsh iiWhena districf have voted a tax tthe trustees may borrow riouv 10 build n hqpse Heretofore tli e week pf tbeTeach firS Insjitutf has been counted us ii week taught wben jit occur i d durii ig- theessioncifthechoo1 b t b ut now tleeachers must teach 20 weeks without County In itute- kwee AIThe Great Amertcan Cllmafe On the heels of a brigIt mild day comes a hmling blizzaab an the Itext thing yotfkuow the weather is 5pring like again Nowonder apdople Kava jcy Ids and soar fchests and stiff backs Luckily Hftrry Davis Halukllleris at audtogivere1ief Take itinterna- athirub fiolltlh achi klleSdAU druggists sell it There is but One PiaidkiUer 3Perrj Davis Pottys Honey IJIJr TFLr Y 1 J ZCGF4TRthkS- IUBEBD J3jjj JiMOSTFor Sraay iTears He JUfpJatoreP w to the Aristocracy1 of tlic Qy n1 Grrco3i= rolj nail Htar ftcaie j A lorn 0 Tablet oh Its Walls It used toio said that a stranger who was visiting NSrYork for the fijst frtimej thtiecthdayJ quiCkly reduced to the alternative da over toBro kIynWd lioar Bcecher or 41co to Grace church nnd see Brown 2sO prelate of the Episcdpal church was so widely lajown cither in or beyond his Ifew York diocese its this valiant guardian of l1Glace whose Income- si wap estimated was greater than that of any man in thc cloth and whose tpower in society was oven morp feared thin that otf any bishop He recelvcid his appointment as sex ton frOm the Rev Dr Thomas House Taylor Ddj while Dr Taylor hrs been 3bng forgotten Sexton Brown is still Almost as much remembered in the great City aq Jim Flsk A T Stewart or Charles Delmonico Brown would cultivatcthe acquaint ance of head waiters and cooks secur ing the latest information as to the social plans at their mastery and mIa tresses and whenever he learned that a party or a ball was under considera tiont lie would offer his services to de liver the invitations or look after the omfort of the guests or superintend theirt arrival and departure Jn their humbleIitdmlraWe far such occasions Indeed the host blinself could hardly Issue a command io his menials with the suavely peremptory emphasis which Brown employed Such wAs his dc portment and such his trustworthy z deali Grace church could be properly feastocg or burled or could oven say his prayers without the assistance of Brown and eventually it became something like a dictum In ti large portion of society that nobody could be married In New York In try first class style unless Browns presence blessed the bridal party bewantingthe congregation escape his vigilant eye It walta habit of old Peter Stuy vesant for example to keep In his pew a thermometer As soon as ho had tak en his seat he would consult It One winter morning when the temperature Was extremely low the furnaces of the hurch got out of order qnd Browns assistants were able to force through them only enough heat to lessen the chill a littltv It occurred to Brown that the condition of the atmosphere would not be conducive to either the piety or the comfort of the aged Stuvvcsant When the4Yl gentlejnan anrlvcd within the porch of the church he was shivering with the cold but withoutt attracting Ills attention Brown who knew that the first thing he would do would be to step into his pew and eS amine the thermometer slipped in ahead preyed one of hrs fat Lingers to the little glfss bulb and chuckled as he saw the mercury ascend to 72 When Stuyvesant reached the pew he con suited the thermometer hs usual looked around Konderingly but evidently concluded that the church must be warm enough and that therefore il must be himself who was cold Browns funeral was marked by much of the pomp and circumstance which he himself had so often providedI wItsI ofIUng his summer rest He had been Overcome by the heat while attending a weddInit Brandford and that sum mer he complained probably for the first time iti his life of ill health One ofii1cirders was that his body should be placed in a casket of polished Spun ish cedar A more ponderous casket had never been carried up the aisle of Grace church It was rich with surer and velvet It was so heavy Its Interior being large enough for two ordinary corpses that tile eight Knights TeirI plars who1 bore It Into the most staggered with their burden Upon It lay their cocked hats with wav ing ostrichi plumes Within the chancel stood tour of the clergy in the pews were the representatives some of tilt proudest families of the city and a long line of men and women filed into the church showing tIt the signs of sor row for tin old friend and neighbor On the lof hand side of Grace church ItS one turns after entering the porch under the bell tower and near where Drown was wont for more than a gen oration to take his station every Sun day is a shining brass tablet It was there placed by members of the congre gation in token of him who is described upon It n5uThe Faithful Sexton noel they gladly recall for his tidal IIYbom generosity and his stainless Im tegrlty It Is next to the basrelief which commemorates the virtues of the illustrious Cadwnlladcr D Coideu once mayor of New Yorkwlint greater posthumous glory would Blown hate craved and is not less conspicuous than the old tablet on the opposite side which was erected to the memory of Henry Brevoorf Vhose family was de rived in 4unbroUch desmit from the colonists of New NethieriaudzLadies- Home Journal Some people flnd Iteasler to pay coat nllments than bills A iipancc to uccnilntc The minister was young and easily embarrassed The first time he per formed the marriage ceremony it was for a couple who were both younger nnd still more easily embarrassed tutu he rIt When he Lad finished the service ami murmured a few kindly tnmot butt halting words to tib 5bung couple wjiom he hail just united the bride looked at him blushing but confident Thank yon she said clearly Itp real kind of you to congratulate us and as lung as you havent ever been married yet maybe well have n chance some day to retaliate t GOtpj = breeder of bulidogsr The quIcsuy to release a person fro- mthejjfa bulldog if hs be unforfu uate nough to be bitten is by catching the dogs hind paw in the center of whJ hisan exceedingly tender spot called the heart This should Ue pressed 101 even better the paw taken intq the mouth and bitten with the teeth The dog will relinquish the hold at once It is a desperate remedy but a sure one and one that is flisorted toby tile pro fesslonald I i 4PERFUMES AND HEALTH jIIOJV tfloweristMayfle ObEnined Xaj9brec tVajs t 9JtresscnC is said to be- ign1lsuItab1e es to nervoUs PM Icbtt IJt 3f obtrlId fffem the flowers tli mols not from the chonflcal lirnI potions CbeitolfuUy djerfycd perfumes n o pergontttispeelifllysonsitlve Trite flower acents are obtained In t hrcewaysitrt by spreading ftesh biusaouik upoii glass thickly emqnrM lth iJiire grease letting yiem stanUt in e sun and as they wilt replacing u until the grenada as fragrant as e flowers Sscoudby repeatedly In fusing fresh petals in oilr and third by infusing them in dtbcr vhlch is thenl distilled to a eftsolid As this solid sells for about 250 an ounce it fs easy to understand iyy the ether process though far and away the b est Is not commonly used But tht scented grease and the essences made by steeping It In pure spirit are never heap Aft r nIl tho scent possible has bpcn cxtKtcted flomtbe grease It h still fragranftcnongh to make the very Quest pbrfnracd sodp 1 AiLthie hhtrliw scents bergamot no rol orange Jlower water are refreshing and In a degree stimulating If propcrlj proTOrefl To matte a lasting perfume some iuiinal base Is essential music civctlor auiberglls Getting Into niornl Debt pfimpDrulour millionaire and philanthropist continually warned young mon against getting Into debt Ho lovedfree men and despised slaves When asked If Ill admired a certain brilliant orator herald He may have a superb voice and line presence but cant you hcar the rtttle of his chain That man Is not free He Is under moral obligations that demoralize hip He Is not sjJcr Ulag the deepest thing In his soul alit me to hear nhy slave talk into bo just as fredasiaOn 001 occasion he said Dontt get into debtI mean moral debt ti iIs bad enough to get Into debt finan IJDIs11takeimiwlongIaThere are other debts auIdObltgatlon that arc embarrassing In their Cntni glemeuts Dont get into debt morally my nay dont get into debt so that you may not exercise your freedom to Hs limits The Sun Is Seldom on Time The sun does not keep good time lie- si almost always too fast or too slow Once about the middle of April be is justj 01 time then apt again before the middle of June At the beginning of September he joins the clock d third time and lastly puce more late In De cember Now it would seem as If he were sta tIed nt the way he had neg lected us In February he fell back until he was fifteen minutes late By the beginning of March he lad made up thc minutes of his loss and before the mouth is over he will have caught up to within tin minutes of the schedule Meanwhile the days haveboen growing longer very rapidly Ve begin March with our nights longer tuna our days We end it with our days longer than our nights In the mouth jvc have added to the length of our day an hour ami twenty minutes n bigger gain than any other mouth can show Professor S C Schnmckerin Ladies1 home Jour mini iL rile Gotn toThentf Fue souith one please explain tlie go las to the theater face of the average Xiv Yorker The question is suggest wJIIOUwfur evening performances The writer stood for nearly an hour dngag id in the seemingly hopeless task of discovirlng the cheerful theater gopr lint tu they poured men and women each uml every pue with firm set Jhw gloomy luow mid the look of despair P r5jps it Is because the long distances traveled on crpwded cars and the thought of an equally uncomfortable hotuejfoing make u night at the then ter wiinjust a hit like work to tue IlsfeNewYo1ltuft AVny Sabbath School Teacher When uerIangry whnt should you do loiinny Thickneck Knoclc the other feller down sit on his head nnd then count 200 Thats tire only safe way manm Judge Severely III Its sick youve been Mrs McGlnni say Sick is it IJwns that sick that Id bo a dead woman now if I hadnt ra ilived Indianapolis News z Her Opportunity Mrs Weeds said Mr Sinks I asked your daughter to marry me and she referred me to you Im sure thats very kind of Susie but then she always was a dutifuli girl H lIly Mr Binks I hadnt thought oX marrying again at my time of life but since you insist suppose vre rt v tt tV the 29th of this rr Ignorance furnishestlu Didntknowi maybeanneverbrcxmultlifeT1ioieviho oulindangernnllcon equencc when the cough develops into hing trouble The best time to kill a snake timetostarts Ordinarily a few doses Medical a cough nt the beginifing nut even when the cough is deep thebodyDr Pierces Golden Medical nInetyeighteaseSout perfect and permanent cure My husband had cocghfncrforyeara peopfcfrmnkly told me that lie would go Into con nmptiwrites Mrs John Shirewnn of No asthriaec Chicago IlL He had ueh toni coughing jtpcUs we not only grew much alarmed but looked for the burstipgof a blood caMel or a licmorrhaKc pt most any time After three days cougliioK li too swat to cross the room The doctor jid no good tstated the case to TdniRtrist who handed moo bottle of Dr Pierces otdn Medical My husbands resovyea5 fCUUltlaablc In three days after heBejSn usipff Df Pierces Golden Medical Discovery he wa up and MOund and intwo riore days he vrcnt to work Iwo bottles cured hint I The Common Sense Medical Adviser panes in paper covers is sent free Qti tece1Pt payF LA J LOJhtPv1I I If imPatience or faultfinding S arens Lxtortured by an eating and painfnl iorii It is truly discouraging to fine after niontiis of diligent and faitlifttl use of external remedies that the plice reJ11l ins as defiant angry anq offensive as ever Every chrawlc sor no nfatqr ott what part of the bo y It comes 1san eVidence of some pre idu corftitutional ot organic troule and that the dregs oJ these disases poisonPerhapsChealthyjflesliHian regains through the circulation that the acrid corroding fluids are carried to the sorer ulcer and Jce P it ifntatcd and inflamed S Sj S will purify andIinvigorate the stagnant blood ivhen jail sediment othec hurtful materials are wished out fresh orJdiseased parts new tissues fonji and the decaying healthy and natural look the discharge ceases and the sore heals sfvoral yearn ago J1Y wUo hdd a soS is the Only bloodpurifier verb sorb leg and vms troatodfby thethat IS guaranteed entirely vega boetDhYOiCtmi but received nCbenell table It builds up the blood and OnrclruCSlstadvisedher to try SfJ s tones up the general systeni as no her SSSUSSXSSSSS othertuedicmneeloes If you have 3 R MAEOLD 22 Canal Sj bnsore of any kind write us and get CohoeN T the advice of experienced and skilled pliysiciaus for which nc charge is made hook on Blood and skin Diseases free THE JrWjIFT SPECIFIC COj Atlanta Gap f UU U Jl TllEk L 1 8 ELYRO6ERSDISAPPEARACE t + 44 4 6 OG G 00 0 6 In the archives STowEDnWl mysterious dim udder is mutiny a tola more weird and tnt restlJt thrum any penned by writers of fiction For a person to suddenly vanls h as If cartjj hind swallowed him up is a most ivult feat This Is the opinlo i of p c lice jand c pelt detectives Yet despite this dictum hundreds of persons dr p out pf sight every year What cscoinus of these people is a mystery ew de tectives will attempt to explain Tie most notable and inexplicable cas4ot mysterious tihsappeara Cf duro- ing the past ycnr was that o Frank ElyiRogers aboyof fourteen Th6dls appbared from tfi1s home in E autiton Ill He was accompanied by Is aunt Miss Florence Ely bince their uisaiJ peatance last July nil efforts to find then have been futile The remarkable cunning witb which Miss Ely and the boy nave eluded put suit and concealed every possible clew to tlieir whereabouts suggests the won derful Ingenuity always displayed by the insane It has battled the police In eveiv city in the country It baa en abled a frail delicate woman f forty wIt lout money and apparently without accomplice to hide herself nnd her boyj companion for eight mont stram tLoivigilauce of trained detectives TJjntil last July Miss been a piaho tcaeliLT In lihaais forty yecps old sleuddi and of te phy sque Her hair is dark brovyji Her large dark eyes are expressive Alto getter she is a handsome gentlewoman ot more than usual intelligence and dc Vot d to music For twenty years she nia le her home with her sister the wife of James C Rogers as lid also her mother who Is heartbroken over ijtboipeqailjar action of her daugifcr Ehp family Hr s on HInman atenue otto ot the most beautiful residence jBtr cts of Evanston a short llstnnce from thi campus of the Nortli western university Mr Rogers is ccnnccted with the mercantile firm of Carson Pirie Scott Co in ChicagoL and Is a man of ability and some me ns When Frank was born fourteen years ago Miss Ely Idolized tlie baby She loved him as If she were Is moth cir and it was her delight to care f and amuse him Asvho grew nto haS hood her affection kept pace with his growth The care of the toy topk precedence of all else in her rilnd As the boy grew older and Iuir nb Eorptibn in him increased she gave up nearly all her social duties S ic wish ed to devote Ircr entire tlmtto her nephew Finally In July last Mrs Rogers decided to send Jrind Frank away to military school of breaking up the infatuation or the couple lIe wasto leave JulJ 15 and the boy was warned not to tell Miss Ely of the plan He promptly inform ed onjfootTosup posed that Miss Ely decided to go away with her nephew On the morning of July 13 Frank lOft boW ostensibly to attend a picnic Jn the woods pear town He said good by fcheerftiliy to his mother anti his grandmother aged Irs Ely and slightdd his aunt nR It Is now rem em bored By persistent search their move ments for an hour or so after they left the house have been traced The boy walked by a circuitous route to the station of the Chicago and Northwestern railroad There Miss Ely met him In about half an boar She had left a satchel at station the day before antI el ths morning she got the satchel from SUllon Agent HnuUJKrHoifSNCJi q UV Lang She emptied the contents of a box that she carried lute the satchel anil threw the box away Frank she called to the boy The boy turned auckly took the satchel gallantly from his aunts band iuI the two walked out of th depot Vhey took a northbound eltctfrlc tate wtilch runs from Chicago to Milwau hoe and that was the last time they uere seen Jo llvanston u uu t n u 1Ii11 i Story of a Mystery Which Has Baffled U r the Police of the r Urt Irr 4 o o t0 4 uu U bundle bf clothing belonging to Miss Ely and li ank Rogers was found Tin ker the Central street station of the Milwaukee and St Paul rbilroad In North Evanston By this the police surmise tbatethe Cbangediclotblnghimself ns a Irltor he left his collar behind and Miss Ely transforming herself into an older awl siiabblly dressed w man Since then dozens of clews hajre been followed but not one has led tonre liable trace of the couple r Mr Rogers line spared neither time I nor money in the search He has em played private detectives oDd Itbe po lice force of every city and town In the country line been warned to keep on the alert nndlFrnnkR 4CCInrcStthatting in a window of Le Grand hotel Chicago lie notified the police but by the time they arrived the boy had gone At other hotels and restaurants the elopers have been partially Idcntlflcd but have always eluded capture They are hollered to have spent some time at Vankcgan summer resort The latest clew from Casselton Jf D appeared more hopeful than any of others A woman and a boy an swering the description were living In that town but ire now proved not to be the Evanston runaways Early In December last Mr and Mrs Rogers Inserted nn iidvejtiRement In CIT IlOQEJaj the newspapVrs railing upon ltbe elop ers to come home Christmas and all would be forgiven All Chrlstnius night a lamp was kept burning brightly In the window of house on iHlnman avenue The family felt sure that the fugitives would return TheIr hopes were disappointed Asa lest resource the parents have fltsemtofindplea for help Doer aheartbrokeneffort to flnd their loved oneb bjt wrltlns unitingthetafriends making the same reqncst of them snd so on forrolns an endless chain CebewFrank IILJulyofthemMIss Ely Is forty years of age about I1ndlwelhsratherlong intensefeature good music teacherattrnctive to children feetaFrank II Rogers wilt be tqu1t enyenni mediumbrownhands Is left handed whites with either usingleftawait thfm both A large reward will be leadingdirecti orbothwillbeallinrormatlonHInman avenue Evanston In many ways tht cuse Is one otttbo PQlIceHOhnMnt pearauco asjljss Ely ulAUiiged tp ceal herself nnd her nephew troUI theI shrewdest pollee iu the country Are they doad If so what Lute became of ounIproblemne8 ttlnir time Time In OeorKl Yessnlc1 the RIHvlllp citizen JilaryH be married long erbout mushtmillion time butt ef Sal getsottat todIder pullln shell be lucky rReckon youll be thlnkln bout yerseif after that wont out itI Yes Im spoke far bout six wec after cotton clunlntVAtlanta Coastl tution IAHea For BHslpew IlarbcivThat nina who just went out tins a good head for business OustotnprThat old baldheatjed g ea tiemanThurberYes sell him thtfWttrefc Dt hair rermver a raojftkr ew Yors IeMIpandbrnNI I1tJltwoutJa t Deat wl the rctorr = weec1l OwIMUla cUrectto muasaThlCuoieaadietdo1Jantocarrlllle beyefl Is W e oSer country we quote tke same rate to yM that we would give tSe t1It 4 eiywevery way tiieory s Ns ito us am we wWi Ireigbt charges both way wecaapOM tiI Save two Proftts V forou on hersuN sad oie ettu1paisWrite for our fees fflaitiatedeaeklogaetg wMefewe describe tbe bugissurrep ptaKons etc ttat Mmyxol our factor unon A rtitlr high gnUM vnUlTour peed more pmrinc write ihave theta1ogu5 y1oaofor fatale use THE C6LIIIMM e ft HAfMKK CIjj io lD PrteelilU Cta biMOPlLK77l t AShIpment ir + 1 r III DjiiT7fPillsW=ori Jweb regular action cannot be secured recreics enough bile to make the UntletheUVtxecute their natural functions Un J Jttall compeJacntInualtHeresultsr t iJ lilts on the JI k r liver com CMNi andFever ad ev Y lMalarial Bil tt RMAtk Mkl ivkec trouble works permanent cure fi I FIFTY CENTS PER lOTTtl A Ffee Picture jof enLee31Any veteran whd contemplates attending the Reunion at Dnaj 1 April 22nd to 24tbjwill receive a handsome picture tiJfII Robert E Lee 4nd a copy of his ffarewell address suitable for framing if hew send us his name and address and the same and address of tbje Camp to which he elongs r Ytmr best route to atlas win bo YtaMemphU The f Lotion mieiiopcratesia tJlemphls to Xallas C1nttriltlstoe3elldaufl I tralne leeJ4 = moraine sad 71eveDFziatter the arrival ot train Via all Uses tfcw OECiigyOu close eon cet1ousanc1 excehientservies t Intdhi f orf kat Hh tfUBUtKGatairz3arfMTttrtimtSLli8ysBi y MW J L01u11esHenders ndSto 1ouls Riliway v I rJfoml I t i AT RATESII r I WEST TO THE j I I IiTickets on StLle First aLidxthirJl Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902v Also Low Colonist One Way FLtoc to ths Northwest ecnd CalifornicL Points XXXXXX t For Further Infofmation AsUr GEOL GARRETT LJ IRWBf- Trav Pas Agent GrvI ftt LOUISVILLE KY j Clubbfnffiliist The best Magazines and Newsfapers published intJ the country offered at reduced rates to NEWS LEADER subscribers NEWsLEADEn- WITH LotfisyilU PosP daily v 3 75 Coumr Jourtmllwiceaweek 1 50 QOLQuisvllltj Hon e and Farm 1 l 25 Farmers Home Journal il f5 Gin 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stories th a any other Jmaii W J5S 7 and Satn18YIA Koei ewimlMM t ajrents ga pl copJw freee liea4lwi Write to s4v cKJNIrIjsic k JJIyjlffir A SPHIL AllUMlttT f l YOtrCAA OFT TRF a News cdcriTkIE Ti el week CoinrJwrtIrl 3 1 f jf Roth One Year fp Only ztf- il5Thc Is lor cash subscription oa All subscriptions under this coaibipI Uon offer must bt sont thro cS LtNuwa1sPSRofflca to WriM ourconfide1JUalletMf bdbrs pJysg lor pMnt It JUT M worth moq f WpionallUToII 11S8D4 Fniga PATENTS 1J or pftUd Ut we UiWA1 tAt1Iaigeaeaode a4I Try 2 SWIFT A CO UsPs t etxrly every f r on aa we uidicineat this U1IICof tb yw t brace p ai4IUY1OII fla4 avissyite ml to deaiMe tho buI Hraid lckiueyc Hecb4e io ttae- a g feltem4y eMcwjre conslratloti atitthe Qvtr aiWl irich the Wood Prk 50 centtH ydoti and Robertso T Wiington D O April4 1902 r iiiportatt bills passed by J cEt e this week bcre were the S 14QE5rgrino bill by the Senate rJHJ4rilfe Sundry Civil appropria finiteby the House In the 8sae the Chinese exclusion bill piripwi tne unfinished business atN beC1sf eringcQnmiuee prQrnisebatvifeall follow Notwithstanding VtetprbEiiise the number ofweH i ior03ed persons who doubt betbertbere will be any canal IlogislUrn by the Senate at this session isstill quite large Dogs can 6e killed without hanging audtheseT doubttess predict hat SeBators wha ate oppbsed to caulllegislation will prolong tbe 41diiactfssion pf the Chinese Excl sionbill as long as it cati bedone withoutfayingthemselves open to the charge of being filibusters thit then when the vote is Imally taken heTwl enJeaTor to rte a sentiment aginst taJriiQg up theca al biJlon the ground that it wir suBQmerv jsteadofanythinE al biibroughtout by the nves tigftionLthatisboing1 onduoled f byBohse cotnmi ec he cbarge of Capt C of 1tkT alleged to have been mafle to the government of Den mark that he bribed Congress thSaloQgth negotiations for the sale of the Danish West Indies it has shown that the Dane jvho brought the papers in the case to Washington merely succeeded in fooling some influential members oftbe House intp helping him to getth publiity be was seeking witb the boRe of heading off rati isapdsUttpracttcally unferoath The same game was tried on jthe Senate but ib would not work The Department of State denounced the Jihingas a 4i fraud unworthy of notice from the snThstI Hpn Josepli Smith Fowler wbowbileseryijgasa Senator anfrcljnseven epublicvns who voted against the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson died t in a Washington hospital atthe age ofeighty two years A mistake is being made by the enemies of Senator Hanna who are condemning him for tsaiidIng by his friend Major Rathbone whp was convicted witbNeely and Reev s of com BpiicityRegardless of opinion as to the mIbone unprejudiced men will be rather inclined to think more thanles oSjSenatoir11Ianna fo standing Joy his friend and an noqi4sbeleif in his inno cencet ij q ption to do all in his power to secure his freedom The man who stands byhi friends is always the mat who has friends that w UstaridI by hinl j The Indian appropriation bill1 aairepqrted to the Senate carries att lncr aseof nearly 1000000 in small amounts Anamendi ment restores the membership of wh fsknown as the D wes commission of Tour the House bin having reduced it to three and makethe decision of the cbmmissiQafhial in all matters relating to apprismeIit and allot tientotiatds and to the right of citizenship In Any of the five a Head= acheSick headache nervous head achey tired headache neuralgi headache catarrhal headache headache horn excitement in facts Jieadachcs of all kinds are quickly and surely cured with DR MILLS Pain FillsAlso afl pains such as backache neuralgia sciatlcat rheumatic Pains monthly pains etc Dr Mile prln PiUs Worth their weight ia g 1days Mr W D Krea Theycmdhennothlg cherou1d n pf Miles Psla Bills drive avraf pfUa nt by mepc tan never with opt a supply end think everyone should kpthem haadr One or two hedthfl1c tSJt1DaJ01LoChCA m r Through theiriethonsandof 5T t atttndnbny tjavcl enjoy axnuacmcnts cftjc with comfort As a prevent ittirc Virhcn taken bn the ap ploechefa recumng attack tbcy rc excellent j d It i nt Drugni3 5 cita I Qir M ICElith rtJtId 4 DonPVtlethetopofironre1ly IheolUfSShlOnflYthem ScI1t Bbeolntely sure way by a thin coatlnuof Pure BcflncdParalllno lies no ta to or odor Is sir tight and iiuof jaslIy appIIe seftil in adozen other ways about the house Fall directions trlghwen cake 17STAN Civilized TribcSIhe bill alsoj makes it Unlawful for any per son to lay out a tractjof land in the Choctow Cbickasaw Creek or Cherokee nation in Indian 5 TerritorytIleItlterioropeningtoUintahreservaI Hon in Utah with the consent of a majority of the adult Indians residing thereon is also included on the bill and it creates an additional judicial district in Indiaii Territory Senator Hanna showing the ampleoftpro are constantly made7tohim- HOntbetop of Mount Ararat thereis still preserved hudamid eternal snow Noahs ark I Bamdig it out and bring it to the UnitedStates You cqn help me to make a lot of money if you4 Win go into the scheme because e original Noabsark would beithe best paying attraction atthe St Lquis fair CASTOR I IAe anopOMlorenTki1k Bought sears thb cA 3 I1gnatttei j jn Replyto tnqulries rc hay pleasure in announcing that Elys Cream Balm is iike the solid preperation of that admirable remedy in that it eleauscs end heals membranes aficcted by nesal iiaiarrh There is iio drying or seeziugadapted tp use by patients who have trouble in inhaling through the d seI iiiudingSold by druggists or mailed by Bras 35 Warren St NY ElyI Reduced Rates to Thee VestcCommencing March 1st and daily thereafter untilApril iSOtH 19mthe Wisconsin Central Ijy wiUseli Settlers tickets froo Ohicpo to points in Mouitaua Idaho Qregpn Washington and ritish Columbia at greatly re duced rates prdetailed infor iion inquire of nearest Ticket Agent or dress T D Campbell DP AilSPikeBuilcing Gin ci 1nnatiPhssnger Agent Milwaukee W fiisChanges nthe SchoolI Law- aThe late Legislature made number of changes in the school l ram MauOf them referred Jo SugeriritfodQtt e ofinteesth general puolic were the following The June ekamiriationfor graduates of the common schools was chaaged to the second Friday and Saturday in May and two days instiud one assigiwd to the January ex amination frtr the same purpose It has never been possible to pay tile forty per cent of ibe public fund in October as the law provided anti the pay met it t edluntilsalary that any county may pay to the county superintendent is raised from 250 to 400 Herr tofore when schoolhouse was ctcODdemned Ute trustees under penalty wer required to li ve it replaced in a year This petal y iis now removed and the trustees may levy and jCOlleciSa tax from year to year uotil enough hits accumulated to build a house Vhen two thirds of the voter rif a district have voted a tax the trustees may borrow rnonVy to build a hoase Heretofore the week of tbe Tenchprs Insiitutp has been counted as n wee taught wben it occured during the session of the schoql but now theHeachers must teach 20 weeks without t County Inai tqte week The Great American Climafe On tIe heels ofa bright mUd day iJexttJilike again Nbworider apdoplc havo cylds and soar tbests and stiff backs Luckily Hprry Davis Haluklller is at- handtogiverelef Tal e it infernally and rub it dto th flesd 1d1 I aidkillerj Perry Davis pnCt rJlt1 r F For Haay Tear lie 3Cinirtcrca i the Arlstoerrfcy of the City tiGrrcp CfctsScliJanil Ha NanJ 4dornsa Taliict on JU IVnllrf 1Itused to be said that n stranger who was visiting New York for the firjfct time anti aiked his hotel clerk forau timiceday morning woulp fled his doubt t quickly reduced to thealternatlve Go bIfIfo prelate of the Episcopal churchwas so widely known either In or beyond his New York dIo escng this valiant suardlan of old Grace whofe income I sct1t byhatt power Insbolcty wasoven more feared tthan lhat of any blshopst1Ucmetcd his appointment as sex ion from the Rev Dr Thomas House aylor arid while Dr Taylor has been sttuJsreatcItyasJimFisk A T Stewart or Charles DelmonIco Brown wbuid cultlvatethcj acquaint ancc or head waiters and cobkgj secur ing the latest information is to the social plans of their masters mid mis tresses and whenever he learned that a party or a ball was under consldera Jldn lie would offer ills services to doj liver the invitations or look after the supertntcildJ1helr oirrlages Beginning in thIs humble wayIt was not long before he game nihidmirablejJUsj Indeedjcommand to his menials with the jj suavely peremptory emphasis which rownj employed fuch his Isortmentp sseal that it was said that no one In Grace church could be properly feasted o burled or could even say his prayers without the assistance of Brown aid eventually it became something like a dictum In a large portIon or socictI ewIparty Nor did any detail that might be wanting for the personal comfort of e congregation escape his vigilant ye It was a habit of jofd Peter Stuy v for Othermometera en his seat he would consult it w minterffhurche assistants were able to force through themt only enough heat to lessen the chill a little It occurred to Brown that the condition of the atmosphere would not be coijOucivc to either the piety or StuyvcsantWhen 5n the porch Mhlveringwlthattracting his attention Brown who tnewj that the first thing he would do would be to step into his pew and ex amine the thermometer slipped nbend prAnnnl one o1 his fat fingers i0 the little glnss bulband chuckled as he s the n1crcury ascend Wben S StuyvesantuIted the thermometer as Usual look d around wonderingly but evidently that the church must be warm enough and that therefore it must be himself who was cold Browns funeral was marked b ycmuch of the pomp and circumstance which he himself had so often provided witsIance tie little town of Brandford one August night in 1SSO There he had been in the habit of tnk ling lila Summer rest He boon overcome by the heat while attending 1a wedding at Brandford and that sum iner lie complained probably for the rst time In his life of ill health One f his orders was that his body should be placed in a casket of polished Span IslicctIar A more ponderous casket had never been carried up the aisle of Grace church It wasrlch with silver and velvet it was so heavy its Interior being large enough for two ordinary corpses that the eight Knights Tern pIers who bore It Into the church al most staggered with their burden Upon It lay their cocked hats with wav lIns ostrich plumes Within the chaucel stood four of the clergy in the pro s were the representatives of Some of the proudest families of the city and a long tide of men tutU women tired Into the church showing gill the signs of SOl neighborf h as one turns after entering the porch under the bell tower and near where Brown was wont for riiorc than a gen 0eratlonday is a shining brass tablet It was there placed by members of the congre gallon token of him who Is describedl upon it as The Faithful Sexton nod whom they gladly recall for his fideli ty his gJierosityantl his stainless in tegrity It is next to tOo Jjasrelief which commemorates tin virtues of the Illustrious Cadwalfader D Colden once mayor of New York wbnt greater posthumous glory wpuld Brown have craved and is not less conspicuous than the Qld tablet on the opposite side which vhs erected to the memory of Henry Brcvoort whose Cnn ny war de rlvcd in unbroken descent rom tIe colonistsof New N ethcrlnu s Ladies Home Journal r Some people flud It easier to pay coat pllmenta than bills Atnancc to itctxiilatct The nllnlster was young and easily embarrassed The first time he rmr formed marriage ceremony it was IInndII When lie had finished tile service zulut murmured a few kindly infant buts balUng words to tho1 y6ung couple whoril he had just united the bride looked alt him blushing but confident Thank you she said clearly Itp real klijtl of you te congratulate and as tong as you havent over usbI niarrledjyet maybewcmll have a chance some diy to retnliate GooJSaj2jsh breeder of bulidogs The qu1alkesvay to release n person from the JawSbf a bulldog It ha be unfortu p nateTen ugh to be bitten Is by catching the dog s hind paw In the center oftwhIch Js an exceedingly tender spot cimlledthe heart This should lie pressed or even bettor the paw taken irito the mouth and bitten with the teeth Time dog will rQlfaqulsU the hold at once it Is a desperate remedy but a sure ones and dntj that JsrosQrtedio by the pro fesslonal flogflghters r t triT r trod Uie MCTVtrs t ivvs t tf ai the chemical linl VjtuTux thct i dorivod perfumes iarr irritant poisonius even to persons t afVapecstally sensitive constitution True rftow r scents are obtalisitlin i Hire W1iiwtIt by spreading frbsh binstoHW apo6 JJfnss thickly smeared with portnTClu 9 letting lhOlDstanit in j e BUll and as they wilt replacing lbtmuntU stthe flowers second by repeatedly Injfusing fresh petals in oil anti ihfusttig them In ether xvhich Is jenAs this solid sells for about 20 an o etwytheherfcosf isj not commonly e But tilt ented grease and the essences made steeping it In pure spirit are never cheap After all the scent possible has boon extracted from the grease it it ill fragrantfcn6iigh to make the very finest perfumed soapsAll the Citrine scents bcrgaraotiue rol orange hewer water are rcfrcsning andlna dcgrcestniulatlug If nropprlj preiinred To male a lasting perfiimt sohie animal base Is essential mslisret or ambergris CcttlnB Into nioral Dclitv Philip D Armour millionaire hud nrI11iOllngHe loyodfree men anddesplsed slayes Wheii asked If he admired a certain brilliant orator he gald He may lijive n superb voice and line presence Jiut ca T elm3tnhatoral obligations that demoralize hint e Is not spcnklas the deepest thln ju i s souliar jue to far any slave talk in to be Just as Crecfns laOn another occasion he said Dont get Into debtl mean moral debtj bad enough to get Into debt ItI cially Thstt sow ft young man jIs mortgaged Th t yautig man Is qoI ging It along with a debt and it JI hh11along tlons1tlntmy coy dont get into debt so that you may not exercise your freedom to its limits The Snn la Seldom on Time The sun does not keep good time He is aftnost always too fast or too slow nce about uilddle of April ho is outline then not again before the iddle of June At the beginning otl Septpmber he Joins the clock a third nod lastly once more late in De comber Now it would seem as It b- elwercstartlcdlected us In February he fell back un tili he was fifteen minutes late By the beginning of March ho bad made up five minutes of his loss before the mouth Is over liewin havo caught up to within the minutes of time schedule lcnnwhile ihoihiys hay aiecn growing onger very rapidly We begin March wifli our nights longer than our days We end It with our days longer than our nights In the one molith we have added tq the length ofour day un hour and twenty minutes a bigger gum than any othei mouth can show Professor C Scbniucker in Ladles Ildme Tour al 1 The Coin to Theater Pace Will some one lease explain the go- lug to the theater face of fiH average New orlwr The qiuestlou Isugest by a long experience in lobble w4i1e tbpgndJtols Ire passing into the houses turd the evonlng performances TO writtr stood for nearly an hour cugag ed iii the seemingly hopeless lisk of dJseov eying tho cheerful theatergoer Cat in they poured men and women each und nor one with firm set Jaw gloomy lirow and 16ok of despair Pprhaps it is because long distances traveled on crowded cjirs nod the thotishtof an equally uncomfortable Iiomepding make n night at the then tor seoiii Just a kit like work to the residents of this narrow 4sTeNcV York Commercial Advertiser ills Vny Sabbath School Tcachcr Whcn erIt iingiv what should yondo Johnny Thickucck Kbod the other feller down sit on his head and then count it0 Thats the only safe iy tnnam Judge 1 Severely Ill Its sick youve been Mrs McGInnl say iSickI i be a dead woman now if I hadnt ru llived Indianapolis News Her Opportunity Mrs Weeds said Mr Blnks I bsked yfturdaughter to marry me and she ceferred me to you Im sure thats very kind of Susie but then she always was a dutiful girl Hcally Mr 6lnks I hadnt thought of mnrryfngRgnln at my time of llf but snct vou Insist suppose we r l Jii JLV the 20tb of thi f Vi Pirns IgnOrtiHID8 isheaimDidntknDwmaybeanjncCrbrought lifeThosei Onindangeriumdcon sequence when the cough develops iinto lung trouble i snakeistimetoittartsdosesflledicala cough nt Ute bcgitlnin But even when the cough deep tbebodyD DiMedicaliscovery ease out of every hundred effect a perfect and permanent cure 3Jy husband tad been coughlnff for year people frankty toM zze that hI would go into andI ttunptjon wtitra itrs John Shireman of snekterrlitalarmed mt looked ret1O bursting ofJJVlcsod vescl or a Jicmorrhase pt most any tlitnS After crossUiesta te the case to druggist who handed ned bottle ofDr Pierce QoWou Medical Dlfcavery My husbands reeovQjngvas rciaarlaibl In three dajw after lie PeP using pc Pierces Golden MedUall Dleo ciy he war up and tworklsvobolUcsThe Common Sense ilcdical Adviser looi pn esfippaper rovers is sent free paycxpcnscR V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dii tortured Jy an wMQ1Twzig It is truy disc9uraging to find after placeiainsno Iiff ofsoinepx05titutionatceP longbi4cenpOisonperbapsCnses Thebloodnmust bepirifle4 Ibeforie the sore will fill up with healthy flesh and the skin regains its nfttnral1 color It is tthough the circulatipn that the acrid corroding 1ilids ave carried to the sor or utcer and keep it l jrStcd and inflamed S S will purify and- rvigorate the stagnant blood when all sediment or other hurtful materials are Shed out fresh rich blood is carried to the disfeised parts new tissues fopu and the decaying flesh begins tjo have ihealthy and natural look thfe discharge ceases and the sore heals Vs- fvoral soSist1ie only bloodyoars ago 3ay wife had a purifier vera sorb los ancj was treated by the that ls guaranteedentirely Vege andOurnowhichher and she has boon well over iaco lerniedicihe does If yoti have 1 t MAROLD 9f3 f getCohoesNYadice of cxperieQced and SkinDiSCUU tt n z Jl TilE J Jl1ELY0 DISAPPEARANCE o 00 a av r awry In yTV the archives STowEd departments unde of mysterious disnj 1s manyj a tala more weird fund iuterestln3 tItan any punued by writers ojf fiction For a peraoa to suddenly vanish as If earth had swallowed him up a most iJcnlt fOnt This is the opinion of ptr nee and expert detectives yet desplje this dictum hundreds of persons drr p out qf sight every year Vhat becomes of these people Is a mystery few de tectives will attempt to explain The most notable and inexplicable case of mysterious disappearance dur ing the past year was that of Frank Ely Rogers a boy of fourteen j who dis appeared from his home In Evaiistpn III He was accompanied by his aunt Miss Florence Ely Since thblr uh5ai pearance last July all efforts to find them have been futile The remarkable cunning with which Miss Ely and the boy have eluded pur- suIt and concealed every possible clew to their whereabouts suggests the won derful ingenuity always displayed by the insane It his baffled thq police lIn every city in the country lit hs a en abled a troll delicate womau of forty without money and apparent Avltiout accomplices to hide herself and her buy companion for eight mouths from tLc vigilance of trained detectives Until last July Miss Ely lidd been a piano teacher In Evanston title is fort years old slohddr and of delicate phy sque Her hair Is dark brown Her llarge dark eyes are exprcaslte Alto gather she Is n handsome gentlewoma o niorc than usual intelligence and de voted to musIc For twenty years she made her home with her sister tbel wife of James C Rogers as did dlso her mother who is heartbroken over lithe pcqylfiir actionofl her daxighfer fihethhmhlyllvcs on Emma avenue ione the most beautiful resIdence jBtreets of Evanston n shorlj distance from campus of the Nor Jlwestern university Mr Rogers is connected with the mercantile film oT Carson Pine Scott Co In Chicago is a man of ability and some m When Frank was born fourteen years ago Miss Ely idolized the baby She loved bin as Ifshe were his moth er and It was her delight to care for and amuse him As he grew Into boyhood her affection kept pace with lila growth Tint care of the boy took precedence of all else In her mini As the boy grew older aiill her ab sorption in him Increased slu gave up nearly all her social duties Site wish ed to devote her entire tine to her nephew Finally In July last MrJand Mrs Rogers decided to send the poy Frank away to military school In hope of breaking up the infatuat on or tile couple He was to leave Ju y 15 and the boy was warned not ttell Miss Ely of the phn He prompt y Inform ed his aunt df all that was 0 foot To forestall this sVparatlor It Is sup posed that Miss Ely dealt ed to go tiway with her nephew On the morning of July 13 Frank left home ostensibly to attend a picnic in the woods near town He said gOod dy chotrfnlry to his mdthe and his grandmother tile aged Mrs Ely and slighted his aunt npit is no v rem m bered By persistent srarch t iclr fibre ments for an hour or so attIc they left the house have been traced The boy walked by n clreu ous route to the station of the Cli cago and Northwestern railroad There Miss Ely met him In about half She had left a satchel at 11bQtr Ion the day before and o tli she got tho satchel from SUiion Ajont t Lang 1U1box that slit curried jiitp the satchel mu threw the box Frank she cnU awnyIt Tire boy turned sAtchel gallUntly from his hunts hand aiid the twb walked out of the depot Vhev toot a northbound electric car urtticb runs from Chicago to Milwau kee and that wits the last time they were seen Jn Evanston ItasotunUDec291Uttkatl N I i r n tUU 0ItIStory of II Mystery Which Has BaffMdl 4 the Police ofth =Whole Country H OJ JS 0 t t tlty V TV yy bundle of clothing belongtngjfo MIsa rEly and Frank Rogers was found un Jeri the Central streot station of the rnljrond1nNortbBy this the police surmise that the pull stopped at the station and Changed dlsgulshlhlmselr behind and Miss Ely transforming herself into an older and shabbily dressed woman Since then dozens of clews have been followed but not cue has led to a re tliable trace of the couple Mr Rogers has spared tfelther time nor money in search He has em ployed private detectives and the police force of every city and town In the country has beep warned to keep on the alert Several times Miss Ely and Frank Rogers were reported to be In Chicago Ballln Winger of Evapstofl declares that he one day saw Frank Rogers sitting in a window of Le Grand lintel Chicago He notified time polite but by the time they arrived the boy bad gone At other hotels add resjtaurafits the IUQntlQcdbtitneyareat resortjThe N P appeared more hopeful than any of the others A woman and a boy an swering the description were living la that town but are now proved not to be the Evanston runaways Early hi December last Mr and Mrs Rogers Inserted an mlvfrtlmuent In f g I J f PIiANK nir tiailuta clopIt era to conic home Christmas and all would be forgiven All ChrlstmUs night a lamp was kept burning brightly In the window of the bouse on Hlnpan Ttiigltittstfere disafipoiuted As a last resource the parents have resorted to the chain letter system to find the absent ones Here js their plea for help Dear rlenU aheqrtbrokeneffort to find their loved ones pyl writing three copies of this letter aijd sending them over your own islffnaiturp to brie L4ndnephewtrank I IlLfJill I orthemMiss Ely Is forty years of ages about I IwelhsI long and very expressive dark branhair large dark brown eyes with an Uv notlcegbloteaturechildren teachernttrnctivtoC Uor1lbroWnslenderO VrightIleftfcheerfuliheadingt1irectlboth Printed Ieliera ruth Dlcture1a will information 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