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T T tS t lt i TylHt NWSIFJIOFRMI I 1 I 1Il i tf gp r t J i T t wrie8lrjlx N 17 oi SPRINGFIELD WASUIrGTON 4ICOUNTY EENTTTCKY APRIL 24 992 r r Vt A YEABI t tWJp 0 + JJrj ttNr DWECTORY r iJ fLll 1 t ii MEKGFIEM county seat Wiwhi lf rtou bounty 52 miles south tt59 miles Sroti n i ietelofexiNKt branch 01 L l1tOIand Nasfeville railroad In 1 a ijariiitiijc ad agricultural district Twe lf ks telegraph and telephom f r MiI txpcesof1ice flour mills lumber 1rar4ir Pojwiatlon 1100 population of crtfc Hty 15tVA F w Xf ita tlvc in Cpogress H onD X 44kLNQdg12Yi1teKy i jI XepreeiatatiYc la Keutucky Legis St G ADoholley J 1pceestative 1u State Senate Ilojl- 7 sLifctirjear Caapbellsville Rjr t J ftlf County Directory Cf CIRCJLJIT COURTS t Clrciilt Courtvbegins on the fourth c i iMMiatkiii February May and OctOr tor V ierti Iattesuii Judge 1 t h rtW H Sweeney Commonwealth At ei1M t i1fJ CaiupbQI Clerk rstsT 3ki Medley faster Commiss Lir QUARTERIY COURTS ok Qtiartsrly our1 ia held on thejI Atlia dy iIneach month 1 V ti LftTt Judge rJ t V COUjtTY COURT r ypCo nty Court meets on the fourth ifoGday in each mouth 4S t jrJl ILitsey3udgeS ipr WF BookerCoufltvCLerI T 8 Mayet County Attorney Georg Catlett Jailer V r myron Crpake Sheriff I JUckard Isham V c iSWM1 OIlorne 1 JtHMMlHcan DepuUesaJCd Masters 4l fe jJa J Moore CoHntySurvevor fS 11 Royalty AssessorSv T P OBryanDepptv Xob rt Woe TreasureraJ M Montgomery Coroner y I N il CITY COURT f t V H Baker Police JudgeoJ sjT rJoka Grate MarshalflW Q C ybrooke City Attorneyt i I JU8rICECOtJiTt if J SrJtsf14 9arts axe held iu January J ly and October frjpril I church Directory v r t BAPTIST CHURCH Rev George W Swgpe Pastor Ser UicfB every Sunday at II am and 730 fimi s Sunday School at 830 Prayer MeetlHgoa WedneSday night at 730 r METHODIST CHURCH KeY I PSUleaPutorSetvices 11J the Firstand Third Suudays in each- GIsthti1t fi am and 730 pm Sun i iaytTfiMhool every Sunday at 10 am VPrayerT meeting every Wednesday 511ght PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH vRerjtE CI awsonPastori Ser yicWeyerj Suadayattta2 and 730 fjplm Prayer meeting every Thursday i h V CATHOLIC CHURCH jIJ i S every Sunday at 8 andlO oclock iymiVServlces at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH fi RevH F Lloyd Pastor Services second and fourth Sunday 16 each onth f 1 FrtrnI Orders MASONIC I ODGU SpringflcidloJg e No4P meets second Mouday in each aonth 1TashtagtouR 0 Chapter NoS7 Meet every third Monday Sprjagfield Council No 52 meets on everfourth Monday fXNiOHTS of THB MACAOBBS Meets yery first Wednesday in each month 1 OR MBtACK HAWK TRIBE No ulghHnffi LndN TIME TABLE irriTiI m lijM He f Trails 42 1 f PH LTSaOt 1fi ArWopriacleld r It iViI1y BU 5 126 t 18 L Itr 547147 iT 1154kekes1M1Si17WadIawu S032 t8 Til nU I1yT1rnes l2rad5 illSJ1rtow S3M5S hM Kusnth 8306 141aueIs 4I384 Dttv1Ue45350 iii CsseSprb1g126405 It M Hobbf 6ZW41 15 r 6 J M VCl rBt f 04 4 80 1 9 4J Br Uwn Jn ct 7 fl iiiMHril Tni 7 i erk7ll Wi 10500I I litkUI1Mm 7 505 J01rMy hair BOW aeaHrts jut 4 feel Wxiaclixkt lcagtM What Ayers niYIglcav 4oie for si I certain ly 1tiJt otkef 1 eke iirtbr rfftHiaMMi jtt Jo nH whe wisk n IMJetac k 1sbuapstruOsdc p H WW A ROUND Of T1ILj 1SA Fishermans Wish i tBlaat my bictdnItIdonwfb Tire Summer sun would cbaae Across the meadows wh fl fish An warm the flahln ptao TJnfurlabundle of her raya An drift eni on the win Ahld laugh to see the days Of snmmor oomejigyn Everything is happy when The earth Is dipped liafHgbt An eyry bill and eyry vale Is freed of winters blight An thsta t timea Bommer day Whenus folks here below Shotild drift our bligbtin ares away In llfeg glad overflow An thats the time qf all the rest x When Ilfa is love tom An runnin riot in my breast Are song and melpdyf iTvIshlhat I conld have myway It alnt no harm to wish Id fetch aldng suD Oft rday Ab flab anflah nOd fish 1 L tore In e19Dn Record IM u EEDEJD One of the needs jwdyofpUblic that will manifest itself more as the town progresses and builds up is a city hall building to be town property and to be used for the transaction of municipal business The town now pays out in rental for police court and for fire aparatus nearly a hundred dollars per year Every town of any consequence owns a building for such purposes as rise in the management of the towns affairs Property centrally located should be secured and a building erected to provide place for holding police court offices for town officials and quarters for fire apparatus etc A building of that kind might ven be made a source of reve ue by making it large enough o provide offices or store room which couldUijrentedtoadvaa tageT IS 1tiontown Trustees have two squares of Main street and part of Main Cross street paved with vitrified brick and we believe an estimate of the c stof such work has been made Vitrified brick streets ean be put down much cheaper nowthan a few years ago it 1is said bult nevertheless the cost is still great A rougli estimate of the expenseof paving that portion ofI thb town men Jioned is about 7000 A brick street would be a good thing a beauty and a joy if not forever at least as long as it lasts but we believe that the amount spent uptofi would be a wiser expenditure jjust now and would meet with the approval of the taxpayers more surely Bof the town remarked ah obser vant citizen the other day Is the scanty of available building lots A good many houses are being Quilt this spring but a good many more would be built if lots could be secured at reasonable lots within the town that would I ground adjacent to the town that if opened and offered for sale would make nice building lots l IE unelthing niceIpropertybut figuresThere somethingofthis thetOwn Iabouti tax among a few of those iitt reached has about subsided and the majority of those on whom the tax was assesed have paid with as good grace as possible under the circumstances Some sedIIbeingdisfcussedwere ness man has announced that he wont pay at all because be pay Vtheythem pay as much as other firms who do several times as much too business as they others kick be cause the farmers who occasion 1 allysellproduce iii town are nr required to pay license and so t goes There are ohr3 who say nothingI but dont t pay It s said that the trustees will aftei i givingi a reasonable time everybody r j to pay up applythe j inltJpaj rment an opportunity to give itit test a lD YNAMITERS TIe fishing season has opened but from airaccounts the only class of fishermen who are getting aiy return for their efforts are the lawbreakersthe fellows who resort tothe shameful practice dynamiting the streams and thereby destroying thousands in order to Seccue a few fish There iis a heavy penalty pro vided by law for any one found guilty of dynamiting the streams for fish and there is also a lib eral standing reward for any in formation leading to the con viction of guilty ones and yet it seems almost impossible to breakup the iniquitous practice Sev eral of the streams in this countv would afford excellent sport for real fishermen being naturally adapted to the growths of good fish were it not for the fact that the fish are constantly being ae stroyed by dynamite seining trapping and other illegal andI unsportsmanlike means of cap turing It would be a blessing if one of these lawbreakers could I be convicted and punished to the fullest extent of the law The example might be of benefit toothers CAUTION- sThis is noifa gentle word bu wben yon think how liable you are not to purchase for 75 cents the only remedy universally and a remedy that bas had tb 1argestaIeofl any medicine in the world since 1868 for tbe cure and treatment of consumption and Tbroat and Lung troubles without losing its great popu larity all the e years you will be thankful we calledxyour attention to Boscbees German Syrup There are PO many or dinary cough remidies made by druggistsi and others that are cheap and good for light cojds perhaps but for severe Coughs Bronchitis Croup and especially for Consumption where Inere is difficult expectoration and cough lug during the nights and morn ing there is nothing liko Ger man Syrup Sold by all drug gists in Ibe civilized world G G Green WooHbnry N Ji Wants to Help Others I had stomach trouble all my life ays Edward Mehler proprietor of the Union Bootling Works Erie Pa and tried all kinds of remadien went to several doctors and spent cousiderable mpnev trying to get a moments peace Finallyi I read of Kodol Dye pepsia Cure and have been taking it to my great satisfactory never found ite eqnel for stomach trouble and gladly recommend it in hope that I may help other sufferers Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures all stomach troubles You dont hnye to diet Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests whaj you cOlt Noticei IAll persons holding claims against the estate of Hattie Ray deceased will present them properly proven on or before May 15 1902 as tho estate will be settled atthat tir e T S MAYES Administrator iwith the will annex d of Hattie Rav deceased Scores Popish The steamer Cityof Pittsburg was burned early Sunday morning at Qgdens Landing on the lower Ohio near Paducah and the latest estimate is that half pf the 150 persons on board perished ini the firs dr were drowned in at tempting to reach the shore A number of Kentucky people were on the teamer and several of them perished The vessel was en route from Cincinnati toMem phis audi is a total loss Air cunce of prevention is worth a poundof pre aud abottle of Bal lards Horehound Syrup used in time is worth ajstaff of physicians with a drug atorfi or two included Price 25 and 50 cents Haydon and Robert son Nafrpw Escapes Charles Beaven one of the most successful ancl prominent farnersof the county had a most i perilous experience lat Friday He had driven a shorthorn bulllH from Wm M Spaldings farm to his own and as he approached his barn lot passing the animal to open a gate the bull turned viciously on his horse and struck with such force that its rider ttit unsealed And fell tqtheI ground Fortunately thel bull which had been dehorned pur sued the Horse enabling Mr Beaven to rise and get out of its reach without serious injury Had the mad animal not been de prived of the weapons witlt which nature furnishes cattJe of this class the horse would lave been gored to death on the spot without a doubt and Mr Beaven might have become easily its second victim His experience was one he does not care to repeat and his many friends are filled with joy to know that hew suffered no hur Lebanon En terprise HOIS This Wo offer Onp Hundred Dollars Reward foi any ease of Catairh that cannot be jcuied by Halls Catorrh C ire F J CHENEY CO Prups Toledo O fJ bCbeneyliovo him perfectly honorable in all bus- Iness transactions and financially able t t CheirWEST tt TTOAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo WALDINO KINNAN tt MARVIN Wholesale Druggists ToledoOpHallsiCatarrh rn acting directfy upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system Prlcef75c rerbottle Sold by all Druggists eity meuiaUlsn IrnatMakes Weak Women StronA- I have taken your Remicks Pepsins Blood Tonic I know iit to be ibe best tonic ever used It will make every weak woman strong I cannot praise It enough Mrs O D Pickering Olney IllS Fox sale by Hay dci 41 in Gold Mr George Murphy of near Bail town while at work in a hold one day recentlyr found fortyone dollars tied up in a rag The money consisted of two twentydollar gold pieces and one silver dlllar and had been lost almost a year Last summer Mrs Murphy mother of the young man tied up tho money i a rag and and started across a millet field to the home of her daughter for whom the money was intended When she reached her destina tion the money was gone and it is supposed that the rag contain ing it caught on a briar and pull ed it from her pocket A care ful search was made but it could not be found and when the 11 let was harvested the field was again searched with the same result The neighbors assisted in the hunt but the missing moneywas not found until Mr Murphy turned it over with his plowNeson Record Weds A Sharp Ax Millions marvel at the multi tude of maladies cut off by Dr Kings NRW Life Pills the most distressing too Stomach Live and Bowel trQubles Dyspepsia Loss of Appetito Jaundice Bil lousness Fever Malaria all fall before these vonder work ers 25c ai Haydon Rober tson drug store WANTED We would Him tf usk hrou h tuecoluu qs of your paper if there is any person who Das used Greens1 August Flower for tne cure of Indigestion Dyspep sia and Liver troubles that has not been curedand ye also mfantneir resultS such as sour 1habitual despondffeelicg f stomach or liver This m di clue has been sold for years iin all civillved countries and we wish to correspond with you and send you one of our books free of cost If you never triedAug ust Flower try cne bottle first j We have never kno7nlof its failing Isso something more 1AskKtdtl DyspMta 9mDid what JH Mb Graded School t Is the Next Thing Wanted for the Town START TO THAT r The first steps toward the establishment of a graded schoolI at Springfield were Saturday at a meeting of some o t whenhethI ExIpressioIDi throughouttherS the school movement indicate a general sentiment in favor of the establishtnent of a large publicschoolin the town At times lathe past when the ques tion was sprung there was some opposition developed but now the proposition seems to meet almost unanimous favor There are quite a number of formalities to be carried out and a lot of hard work to be done however before the protect can be carried too successful issue and the hearty cooperation of all public spirited citizens will e necessary to push the thing along At the meeting refered to a committee composed 01 ounty Superintendebt J W Bush Prof Simpson Roberts Prof C W Stallings G C Wharton andC J Haydon was ap ointed to arrange the boundary for the proposed district The presentschooljdistrict of the town iis to be enlarged so as to include territory for two miles on all sides of the town This will necessitate the reconstruction of some of the outlying school districts Another committee composed of W C McChord I H Thurm n- and T Scott Mayes was also ap pointed for the purpose of pre paring a petition to be filed with the County Judge calling for an jelection to take the sense of the voters of the district on the question The law requires that the petition b 5 filed in the County court at least forty days prior to the date set for the election If the petition is filed on next County Court day the election will come off in June It will take a majority of the votes cast at the election to carry the proposition The advantages to be derived by a town and county from a large graded school or college where the children of the community can be given the highest educational advantages at a nominal cost are obvious Besides giving the opportunity to the home people of educating their chil dren without the expense of sending them away to some distant college the school will be a means of inducing other families to move in One of the first questions asked by a person contemplating locating in a town is about the educational advantages and many a good citizen with a family bas been influenced tto locate in a town by the superior facilities for the education of children afforded by that town As soon as the question is carried by a vote of the people other steps concerning a suitable grounds a building etc will betaken A Doctors Bud Plight Two years ago as a resultof a severe cold I lost inv voice writes Dr M L bcardroufcb of Herbron Ohio then began an obstinate cough Every remedy kpown to me as u practicing phy oician for 35 years failed and I daily grew worse Being urged o try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds I found quick relief and tor last ten dayshave felt better than ior two years Positively LUDgf IDstipation Your health will suffer if you do DeWitts Little Early Ris ers cure such cases M fc SmithIButternut Mish says DeWitts rr1pillscause nausea Haydon Robertson The Coak Itit e W taeteld Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets cur a cold in ene day No Cure No PayI price2S cents j i tnIYCoonsA special l from Lebanon says The two large hounds George and Overstreet ordered from Kansas by several prominent citizens in the lowr erid ofthe fferedgJe2tlyby arrived Monday and f1trialgslwereof where a wolfwas seen a fewt1cl ays ago They soon struck aitraitand lihroughwentjThe excitement reached its height when the dogs led those following to a large hole in the ground more than a milefrom the start Picks and shovels weee hurriedly prrcured and half a dozen willing hands set toework to capture the wolves iftn their den For at least five hours the men worked tearing away trees and opening up the cave The excitement of thej chase was as nothing compared to the astqnishment the shun ters when late in the afternoon- they came tp the end Qt the cave and discovered that the dogs brought all they way from Kansas had trailed instead ofta wolf two little coons Such was the result of the first wolf hunt With 100 hounds in theecounty The Great Dismal Swampl Of Virginia is a breeding ground of Malaria germs So is llow wetor marshy ground everywhere Those germs cause weakness chills and fever a- cbeswini may induce dangerous maladies But Electric Bttera never fail to destroy them and cure malar ial troubles They will surely prevent typhoid We tried many remedies for Malaria and Stom ach and Liver troubles writes John Charleston of Byesville O but never found anything asi good as Electric Bitters Tryr them Only 50c Haydon Rob ertson guarantee satisfaction Shot ih his left leg For all kinds of sores burns and bruises or other wounds peWitts1 Witch Hazel Salve is a sure cure Skin diseases yield to it at once Never fails in cases of piles Cooling and healing None genuine but DeWitts Beware of counterfeits T suffered for many years from sores caused by a guustnt wound in my lett leUsaysA S Fuller English Ind It would not neal and gave me much trouble I used all kind of remedies to no purpose until ried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A few boxesxcompieteiyV cured me Haydon and Robertson Locusts Coming This will be tbe greate t lo cust year since 1885 says Abe Agricultural Department at Washington Twenty states wll be infested next month by the largest brood of seventeen year locusts novn to science Sixteen Kentucky counties will bear the brunt of the locust army and while Mercer is not included among them there will doubtless be enough to appear here to af ford the country people a three weeks setenade They are now near the surface waiting to ap pear from their seventeen year underground abode to live sav eral weeks in the open air and to deposit their eggs arid die During this short period both will attend actively to the needs jbf perpetuating their kind will be sluggish helpless and with an absence of fear doubtless due Jo their long life of undisturbed isolation The inseqt has no sting aud is perfectly harm less except to tend r trees It cannot defend itself against its enemies much less man The gretest locus year in the memory of men living today was 1868 when appeared the grandparents of the brood due this spring together with the largest of the Southern or thir teen year broods whose great grandchildren are due south of Mason and Dxon line in 1907 Again in 1885 the parents of this years cicadas appeared in con rgestImpreIpear again till 1917 tthough a visiti of the 18 year variety will be due in 1901 Harrpdsburg Dem crat atLw tl Ii IteaIIrwJna DARING SIC MONDAY H weItjof Perryville InI 1864t March 8 1864 a single horseman with a winchesterriflaying across the bow nthlssaJdJrand ourIsing a revolver ia his right hand suddenly turned in- tot Main street otPehyvill from theprinfflied pike and rode the lergth pFtwo squares where wheel d his horspandsat with the htrefet in range and c6v ered by his rifle tAt the same moment another man heavily armed galloped into the square and oplr a position tp the south thus having the severall groupes off rfnien who now bmmandd thy lire street t Jerome Clark alias Sue Mondaythe leader1 Sam Berry and two others now rode into tbe square flourishin g revolvers aud yelling and curs jing at the top of their voices As these commands were uE t teredpistols into the facts of the panic stricken citizens and not ia word in protest raucbless an attempt at defense was made men hurried in line indicaced by the desparados Mea wbtl i Woof the ttH rillas had enter d the stores uud ordered every on6 who had dot escaped to the cellars out on the streets and in lless time than it lakes to tell it fifty or sixty men were standing iin alma inthe middle Dfthe street waiting to be jobbsd Sam Berry and Sue Monday were gatberiDg in the stragglers and robbing a man here and there who had not responded to the summons because too much dazed by the suddenness the attack to collect his faculties Oneof these men was a young farmer boy by the name of Car penter He was standing in front of astoregazinffat the line in the street when Sue Monday approached hiny ana demanded his pocketbook The boy was in the act of Retting out his money when the guerillas pistoll held on a line with his breast tbeJd ed the next day MarieROdhest r anold color ed woman whohad made a snial l fortune m thu days when whis key was sold without restriction qf license and who was then run fling a little confectionery was robbed by Sue Monday Moni with the others Marie had never made a bad iuvyestmentm her life except once and that was when sbe purchased er husband for 1000 from his master she1 herself being born free Sbeaiways clr d that Sam was never worth a cent after she bought hbiand for the reason that she could not make him work The lops dt her pocket boqk which contained out a few dollars waV a terrible blow to her and she ran onto l the street crying and wringing her hands Sue Monday considerately let her search la small sack into which a number of pocketbooks had been piacedtiil shefound hers wnlch be restoried to her While these scenes were trans acted on the side the main show was in progress on the street After the line had peen formed two guerrillas one at either end of the line began the robbery and5advanced toward each other meeting at the maui fl the middle Each carried a sack and into them dVopped pistols Poorly For two years I sulferci let greatdepressionpoorly I then tried Ayers arst parilla and in one week I was a new manJoha McDonald Philadelphia Pat Dopt forget that its gAyeirs SarsaparilU that will ma eyou strong and hopeful Dont Vast your time and money by trying some other kInd Use the oidjtested tried and true Ayes SatS a rUla LWabslk Aik row fertwwh lie thfate Af fDoWn faaU etM we arid pocketbooks ai the two p ased along andtLuijpi0i5 erquite as plentiftiiiifcpoaket books no one thought tol Busing hei i in set defense i s rIThdtodup b u withjmLandaflclrwards killed Crane iniihand to hana encounter IB iin whicnthey used self cockiiic reyplvers pressed to each others adbotrs a their money After robbing everybody on the street indiii the stores the guerillas mouaUd their noises and rode rabidly t outiof the town not a pistol tIhhavjing been fired exceptTy Je rooje Clarkwhen he killtd oing Carpenter As they ipja awiy one of the guerillas dtptiia large gray mixed shawl varY common for gentlemens wear iin t iose days from his saddle Sam Hart picked it up aod ooo tiorjed to the guerilla to stopand gejblit but he called back that thejfinder might have itand it is preserved in the Hart familyto this day asa memento of Sue Mondays visit bal1dwaSam Berry were takes prisoners by the Federabauthoiities and iimprisoned at Louisville Scojresot crimes were charged against the guerillachicf and he wag indicted for murder Mavr citizens went to Louisville to ttesufyagainst Clark aDd hefas fduud guilty of young Carpf a terjs death and hanged some 1103 q lla erJJibe execution1 was witnessed by a vast crowd of people Who were familiar with Clarks evil exploits and as they were 1e turning horn the hanging a mad- bulLran amuck trampling down several people The snpersti lions especially the colored pea- ple beleived that the spirit of Jerome Clark had entered into V tbe bull and even in death h6 wt s restles and revengeful SamJBerry was tried also at shownbrtestibad no hand in the murder of Carpenter and he escaped with a prison sentence beingSientto Aaberjj N Y lor life Mtoy ye rs afterward a petition las eircul ted asking for clesaeftcy aria some of the men who wereIrobbed Perryville t i nlditand thpn armed exguerilla was pardoned by President Gfant Nelson Standard A NeariyFatal RMaway Started a norribletilcer oa tfce ofJ B Qrnerr Franklin Gfote lIdlUrremedies for four years Thw Bncklens Arnica Salve cured him Just as good for Bols sCorIScalds SkinEruptions andPile 25c at Hay 10n EoberUoms drug store Twenty Ujbth Derby The running of tbeKeBtockyl rfcj Is toXentpcktams what the CO WM tloii fe to Great Britiaa for Iace whonthe great Ariitldve pmii awt- he wire a winner interett ia ttwt event has beenRnnuaUyatiuntil every lover of that Bobte aataal horser awaits with lUll MucMf tie decision of that ciseilo race ia which the entire contiMmt k di PerbyDayisagula fcotifey 11 Kentucky and on tile sifereepa ol May 3d thousands of psopi wlU ton or more of the ttkrMjMr olds of the East and W tee the flas in the twenty Jf b saassi- event This blue rlbboa iHHiMKk the operlng of the alIMii7rao- lngwlth a stake eackjwkthe best weight carriers Witi West will participate the New LouiiyiUe JOckey Oktb baa found it necessary toMktjHftstable room sognwt ki bm tM a demand for qaartwrg fr ik Mian all over tubcosatryado tday lthe opening wore tfcB os tko mni thprbD hbr ai will bf at Obwehfli Dpwna tocout Btfprtk HlMMletobti and prizes offered by tkwelab iJTot less than six rseS wiM Wim each days card witk tIbIesMM55to tire jaur5 the ralIroaciaMys as ebs oi one fare for the TOMM Wf o Pttfcy Day May JOth aad Ofc JaiqrM Whjte DtlM otkr d yfl a fcM Ha an4 a third will W gfri ThhShpt rite yr oN4 the bIgxa tasv iiThe rxrbyo Mf a totter iorlyeanfrtoaidM tb tea high dais 001W 4 uttt rtavt HH raoe will be Op a MM tamfcy isr Icrt1ulM n BijiiuV et ii ia i anoilWW to Ma- ed ato tW t Wuc Gras ftiIMlCOeariy i = Tft IWSiCADE VZKTBUASDAY Ja rAPINADVANOEu iPR1NGIELTh IV 1E L DAVISON Jr gEDITO IF iIS i tipcal or bvalnesa notices ffSpk r ao for the first insertion and 5 cemts tar ckubst1enUJSOrtOfl oCalb on candidates and oUttcaHilatterj cents per line i Job work Is done at llow rates but cash r Must bo pad on3 elf venrfof goods Advertising contract made on liberal tsriM VV Obltoaricr and resolutions of respect 3 stnt per line LNorncozMuTBtue ktyVMktfstrates v iiso mtOMcerji 500 r Dlatrlcro s = THURSDAY APRIL 24 1902 T plSf charged mth beingi a principal in the Goebel murder is on trial z SA at Frankfort IJhe testimony is uh has been r sirjbther i allegge4 conspirators teStimonyfqj against Coward was given by faFi j aeh county who frst sheltered Howard from arrest but later L arrestedhim and now swears hard10 li iandilong agains Him It is said aiill Brpward and his friends went I bakJ off him at a latci electionT A conviction is confidently ex pected in Howards case s The welfth annual meeting 6f thejQnited Confederate Veterans 1tAsociaton began Tuesday in1 Da1Ia Whep Gen ordon thE CqjnmanderittChief arrived herwas given a rousing welcome jtt is estimated tbatttjiereare tSis + = iTihe steamer pity of ittsburg burned on the river neartjairo Eat1layuid over fifty persons perished v r 4 COURTESY IN tyEXICO Haw ft Wean Writer Was E corf cO SP TliroHarh the CoJntrT iispItafly in Mexico Jsbumpronsly yet gratefully described byi1rs I Twfedle who relates her experiences in Mexico ns I Saw It For hours the train bad been pounding along be tvrecuJitlsc Tosan ranches a dusty and uninteresting journey since leaving San Antonio Suddenly a nan in nnl oformnppearedbrord lySasked Iaml I answered wIth an outward show ot courage although inwardly ftc155have come to help you at thef ron tier jtrith your luggaccr I sighed with relief thanked him and after his diparttjrjB tried tojpo on with iny work of manuscript reading 7e passed another Junction and an other man stood before me Arc you Mrs Alec TAveedie ho ked f jnI replled trembling again LopIc paId lie Zrom the Iuternr k StoiaI jraiiway to bid you welcome to xtco rl1i1ri asked him to sit down nd wechut t r ted although not for long because in a few minutes Are you Mrs Alec Tjreedie asked a third man At that Jlaughed outright VI come from ilr Cloetes ranch he explained Uto look after and welcome you In his name T7e begun chattinis about mj recent adventures when a fourth than pre sentcd himself Are you Mrs Alec Tweedle he asked j Convulsed with laughter I could only nod assent JtrrBarrett of Sonoralasked me to eet j uhi the frontier and iiyou safely to Sablnas was his csplana1 n 1 JkS tdnlyes o edI wonton lt i I The Soft Anavfcy Mp Editor he wrote You Will very Jciriaiy note theres a poem and S stamp Jncloaed within If the pctem stands no show use the stamp ttf let me know but Ill be a imo4 yet bet IS J FLTNN Then the editor wrote back Aithoqsh worth it doesnt 1acc yet maudlin rhymes as yours are seIdomreuL perestl for ypur letter yhlch Is mOnlte Ibetter than your poem Tvblch youU THE En4UicToseA bart Set r J t LC l300OOOOOOt Com pBy issaid to be worth 300000000 A tidy tit of Eipney end no mistake And et1reJsnt Happy In an addles to a Biblo clftsa ho Bpoko of trials and troubles of the hamdthe loads they have to ydtoig Jady whispered to a carrybe usSI amongUiwkyeidea about the plaster makes mo t kvgh butit does AH the same 1iftMeJLp1entr of people laugh afte- rj pmttmag Beasons Plasters on thebj backs e eSt or oa anyother spot where there WM weight heaviness tveakness or pain It aay be the sharp stabs of neuralgia the ehu ftsdwrenches ofxhoumatism j itmay colds fit touscles or bones itmaybe thoto kidney or lumbago thhists that make J8II yell au a dog bite of it may boa strain or cramp anything that wants quiet sa4 eomfprtiag Dont bother with Si ayeI limimeats lotions etcor with any plxmstccptmtewm quickly It stops the pain and i MkM youUoch for the very ease and good Ming oiL But watch out against im JtwioM U druggists or 9 wilt ptttfak abtt pa any number d t diath on receipt bl rsryoonMIg mMsX YC i 5w 5w5v F T hi u ww iiOOWiZiruJW WV2i News Ffoin The County Happenings Among tM County People rx 1 vT 9s Reported by our Gorrespondentsaii nnnMnn J ftnftl r = nniCM J I cMiss f r psIowNat S1cc1ist V Miss Sarah Ross ressie and Ella D Shauntyr have Returned from Lebanon Ky Mr and Mrs Sweeny Yankey of Pleasant Grove visited Mrs JaneEossjlast week Miss Myrtle Croake has re rned home from a delightfulI visittojMtj BYfoiffCroake Of YOu4wn On Monday morning last we were apprised of the sudden death of Arthur Cecil of this ace eldest son of JA Cecil aged twenty three y rsOn1y three months ago he was united in marriage to Miss Mary Joseph Filiatreau It was a touching ght to see his casket in the 110 room yet decorated withi similx and wedding bell when hehad so lately t gathered his friendsi to introduce them to his ir bride A beautiful wedding Was the young husband wasi all strength and vigor with a heart full of hope and expectancy a brilliant futur before them n raiesl this sad visitation of prov serviceswaylor the choir singing a re qiiien mass The young hearts sY1lthych a rIf ed and many an eye was wet with tears as they fullfillld the jat office oft respect around thCn lowerl decked casket which cc an tained all that was mortal of Ar thur Cecil Rarely haVe wseeiLib an occasion of such universal reo gret as was this but weknow all thongs are dpne wisely and for best and though this is a wound only time can heall we may yet console our selves that our young friend diedashe lived a true Christian You have consigned his body to thecold tomb lMay his gpodi life beckon you onward and onward MOORESVILDE reMiirnpsas Mlicea i Miss Anna Pulliam visited her ihome at Chaplin SundayvThere will be a large acreage fcorn and tpbacco put out this ear Mrs Etta 13oblit has declined countryffomLouisvill Sunday school every Sabbath at 2oclock pm at New Hope Baptist church We are having delightful weather at present j nd corn planting has commenced Mrs Jeff Smith and Miss Eela Wall visued Miss Ella Pile itl Simras Saturday and Sunday JMrs Josie Settle was called to tiouisville Saturday 4 y the se- riouS J illness of her daughter MissLouise who is visiting Dr Peake Our champion fisherman M rlJas Cull Sr caughtia fine mess of newlights lat Saturday even mg at Mooresville pond Mr Tot Wakefield received a llarge prder of trees from Stark Brps through their agent here and will have quite a large or chard whenset out Messrs Ed and Sam Mopre have removed their saw mill to andwiabout thirty days The only child of Mr and Mrs Chas Ruby vas interred at New Hope cemetery last Saturday eVening It was nearly two years of age and died of pneu mon a W O Ellis made a delivery of tSpringfield de1iverY1and Rev Wm M Stallings who was lledby the members of New HOTR BaptLt church has acscejpt eallinGarrardi coun1fyMty 1lj 4 fENWKJM I Born to the with pfWilliam Fowler on the 15th aten po md itlr1 JimBlack and wife of iBohonl visited relatives 4t ivibis1 placed last week Miss Margaret Log don1 who has been sick for some time Is1I llvnlescentv f vrleyla1tudaf v Jjebanons gtiRent Sunday it the I jjMissreaerI ickstovn iisf visiting th lfamily of ToJImr1andSundayinTexas Robert Bowles bought a horseiij HartodsburgMesdames Lizzie Adams and Annie Smith visited at Walkers Heights Saturday Van Sunday Air and Mrs Bert Fenwick gave a 4unce Friday night w whjcihwasjoyed by ajl 1iMrs R A1 Thompson and children ofJFJe elc stown are visiting her mother Mrs iDian Smith Of this placeD Mackvillcl Mrsc Kata Peter near town is on the sick lisiMiss Lizzie Anderson of Louisfille is visil ing relatives hera Less Bottom bought a S75 buggy of Arnold SheWrnaker Nat Bricken whOjis aufcndiug school at Wilmore Vas ln our jnldst iast vfeek Miss Evai Bottom who hai been i6g counryhaIrvin Mayes sold a No t hay ess horse to Bob McElroy of ear your bwn for125 Will Sheuniuker bought a ofWiIlTilford Willis of St Loni MoSI is the gaestlof the family of JIMcMillen near town Bitrry Rifey bought a bunch of 130 pound ows of J C Mc 1M illenat S cents jJoe Thompson one of our young men left for DeKalb 111 dairybusinessyh Married on the 15 John Sweeney and OlaSuUon at the sidence offRQN E P Couch in ackvill The ladler of the Methodist church att their supper iij Mack t illa OlJ las Tuesday evening realized 825 Scott Canipbell oae of four most popular young men we are sorry to report is quite llow wiitl1 consumption Louis Yankey bought u sow aud five pigs of Dick Graves 1t25a- Jso bought a new uggy of Arnold SheWrnaker for 75 4 MissVepla Brown of your town who for the past week has the guest of the family of tJOenI Thompson has re urned Will Ariold sold borneIW a cow and a c oalfbought a lbinch of 70 pound shouts of John Haydon at 350 per head Everytbng at the personal j property sale of Dr Demarue oh llast Saturday evening sold we Yearling steers brought 1000 and sheep brought 4 per head bWillis6 year old mare to G W Woods of Harrodsburg at 75 and bought a 7year old mare of J C Gillis l 1cliveDr Joseph Demaree souIt farm of 106 acres to D S Van skeysoldhisto sDrsburg for 1300 Poscssioa given at once l Berry Shqwuiakur one of our ppedtol onlastjVnile l misfortuner n- and doingIlivory stable building 40 by ill with metal roof to his father W B Hatchett fortSIOD Pos ssion next fall Also sold his father a bunch of 50 ILO1aud tOtIl t biued lgfyerold omtI t foriG450bougbt Will Shewniakor for 275 per p1hprsul ig l forI1urO J Jj+ FOiY SJ t CQjCS sdf kt t 1i hal Springs f I Born to the yife of sDiHnlt oirlSS peMrsJWI sti t vr iilEd Fojster sold two sows to in Corey fur 10 N L Scott sold a wagon to lays P Scruggs for 25 TLewis118 iibunch of shoats for 2250 juMrwere in Springheld last week Silas Bu eJbunchpf shoats at 5 cents Miss Ardie Pinkston off Tab low is visiting friends here this eek Mrs A E Foster of Spring qunttylastihulsday Ed Jenkins has returned from visit 16 friends at Bruntqn elaware- T hlofCare frr6 cents per pound JW Foster lll niua mare to Rome Brown of Sharpsville r 675 und bo ght a mare frpm Ed Dean for 80- M1J S McElroy of ydii tovn was out here last weoktto settle wi h Mrs N C Tat ham whose home burned a few xveeks ago thFarmersarol hustling since spring has orien1 toladcoitfairly food Wly some peoule cry out Hard thuos when they spuiid the mist of their time in hshing ind when not tishing they are complaining of having rheumatism orralsy j ais theycaUili roRtsr vtw Mrs hasIbeen jd dangerously illwe are g lad to report is slowly improv 1lg Measles is on a boom in this community hut we fear it note as v partook of it while in yout flourishing city not many y ars ago Joe Medley tfnd sister 1iIFrjoney entertainedmany of DustyTwelvet and l6vely manner one night reo cently We learn at this writing that Miss Damon Carrico is dauger n nuslill and that her two sisll ltors Misses Katie and Hallie Moffat of Louisville are at her bedside Itj is whispered lowly and sweetly tbat another couple will soon hoist sails and speed away n the sea of mairimony and hefl that hour of their depart re is at hand we will try to send after them an old slipper tilled with rice with our best wishes tacken on oTheseason is drawing to close The stiti is stooping down to take its last evenings draught from dw great Pacitic and as nothing ts appeared from here COLI your interesting columns for two weeks I will make use of this peaceful quiet hour in giving the news of the neighborhoodS Last Sunday one week ago we visitcdSrnocks Chapel and were delighted with the beautiful l whjch is there spread out to view One mile away iis een the convent and beautiful gloundof Loretto and turninga lHI Ue more to the west Rpons Knob is seen lifting its lofty head majestically to fhj clouds withj the spire of the Holy Cross church which seems to be paint stoppditj Noble Dujgherty tWI pleasant and delightful Christian people unclenndaunt of K Marks of Springfield MrSjVl few hours stiont with them at their lovuly home is si jindeliblyf tampadon OUI minds that noIt time can eraseit JIf lwli bs Greek r Joe Bhtnfordwho has been sick iis ablo to be out agamtMr Pius Nuily and wife spent Sunday with Lee Smith andj family IrMisses Lena and Elex McCIain were visiting Miss Etta Hill at jAlbertj new buggy Sunday with his hisI uuv girl Miss Nora Medley 0 Let ii AIqJn11 Scotts Emulsioni is not a good medicine for fat folks we have never tried giving it jora real fat perspn We dont fare You see Scott Emul i n builds new flesh Fat ople dont want it Strong people dont nedd it But if you are thin Scotts Emulsion is the medicine for you1 It doesnt tire you out here is no strain The work is all natural arid easy You st take the medicine and jthats all there is to iti The next thing you know you feel betteryou eat better itiYIU weigh more It is i qtiiet worker send for free sample OTT BOWNE Chemists 40 Pearl St NY jotand iuaar aUdvggisU Mr james Mcpullum and Miss Agnes Waters were quietly mar 17edat St Rose last Tuesday Mrs J B Carrico and daughter spent Saturday with Mrs Henry Smith and family Mr and Mrs Sidney Osbourne and children were visiting Mr Rich Smith and faihilySunday Misses Alice Blandford and Julia Badgette visited Noraand Julia Smith the first of the week Albert Smith and Tom Wheat ley had a horse swap a few days ago Wheatley received 25 boot WeH as we haye not heard om this vicinity for quite awhile 1we will venture forth with a few items Miss Frona Medley entertainedI a crowd of ydung people last Sunday evening inIa charming manner Misses Mary Belle and Jessie Carrico and Julia Smith were ttinglytMr Sam Spalding and wife of CleaT Creek were over to see his brother Frank Spalding Saturday and Sunday Tom Wheatley was blooming out Sunday in his new buggy with his best girl by his side Toms smile was pleasant to see CASTORIAfor ITheh Kind You Hare Always Bwrtft Bears the- 8gnattre of 71f Postum Cereal Grape nuts at Curry Tapps lSred many time DonU neglect ccughs and colds even iif it isspriug Such case often re beIfeaOue Minute Con h Cilreiwill remove fit danger Absolutely safe jActs at ouce Sure cure for coughs colds croup trip bronchitis and other throat and luug troubles have I1used One Minute Cough Cure several years says Postmaster C 0 Dawson Barr IllhIt is the very bert cough medicine on the market It has saved xsmeiucichildreus favorite TO TELL GOOD CIGARS Juice of Tliolr Fino Points Ferr end Ptiv DctTTcen Time Jtdgcs of good cigars in this cotmtrytxro few and tar between says an expert The great difficulty with the people who think they know cigars iIs that they lay too much stress on the color of the weed The color makes ni the slightest difference nnd you arc justj ns likely to find one of tho rankest kind of cigars with the deep block or of the genuine Havana as you aro to find a bad one among those that ore yellow as straw ITthebands had give It a gentle pressure holding It close to the ear if the cigar is n good one it trill bo just the least little bit flexible and the fingers will Dink Into the wrapper It gives forth no perceptible sound If the cigar Is hard find closo rolled tmd when placed to the ear sounds ns though you were pressing straw together beware The best cigars are made of the same leaf ns the wrapper and nte closely rolled Tie common cigars are what Is known as filled nnd contain all kinds of refuse from the tables where the good cigars are made There are dome fllled cigars that are good smokes but you seldom find a Havana or a Manila or good ban or Key West smoke that Is not rolled iMany people who go Intel a cl doItakes the cigars from case and are aroIgiven domestic brands nnd are charged imparted prices for them These good cigar judges cannot tell the difference when there Is alt the difference in the world If you must tliutIy ut tho revenue stamp The stamis Itu domestic goods arc green and white whlk those on the Imported boxes are til yellow and whIte Look into the livcxt cigar cases you see before par erasing nn Imported cigar If they have no boxes In the case to which stawlIIII cl vjii pell you n Cigar he calls Ita ported lnt It will not be the real or tide Washington gstIj aJ I iijj ijjwliijjijj WiiiIiftil i JI i i A4 1 ia t IiJiR a vveriqq t uTee i1It 1i J I 1 Hit iLi01i fke UaEoadL t j SS afford jself them close figures Out house latest ibiest market t v aCall and make a bB ready for prnfr fz a r aS SEEDING 5- g TIMEr fr W j t tffYou must is near at hand andij J Ifr 1 1 t Io 1 aWE have grass seeds of all kinds 4i lI r l I We make a S SSeeddO fsi Ii1 THOMPSON 4 F S RI GFJELIKf= m o m tIt I mf 1 r lie Got HITlp He was a tiny little fellow surely beimore than five years old and as pllpersatthelmany people gazed at him with mingled longbrownrain and his shrill little voice had a baby lisp A very stout elderly worn Inn apparently weighing close to 2001 pounds paused at the south side of Market street and looked askance of the miniature river of water and at tin passing procession of wagons and trol ley cars The little newsboy was quick to size up time situation Running up to her ho exclaimed Dont be afraid lady Ill help you across Reaching up hlstlny little hand he clutched hqyby the arm and together the ridiculous pair thread cd their way to the opposite curb Then tile stout woman opened her purses Bravely handed the little fellow a coin ancj disappeared Info the Reading ter minal Philadelphia Record Convicts tAbi1nlaIn Abyssinia political offenders and obstructionists are arrested chained and placed on the small tableland of Abba Salama a high roiiky and pro1 cIpltous mountain about thirty miles froth Adowa So sheer and steep are Its sides that the prisoners are drawn by ropes Their chance of esC1 pI- ng Is impossible unless theyvrnn the risk of dashing themselves into fiter nlty on the rocks below On this tone ly height there is son on which they may grow grain and there are wells with good water There is no speaker theyIchoosenbuse crowned heads to their hearts content but they return no more to the ways of the world A D1dstrons Dream This story is told by a man from Harlem He dreamed one night that there was concealed about the fiat In which he lived a quantity of silver Time next night he dreamed the same drciinand told it to his wife After a consultation they dedde that thero must be something in it1 and began to sound the wails for it At one place In dining room they hQlilowl the husband got a pick and the next night with great etealthlness and care they managed tb make nn opening when they came upon an array of all ver spoons and forks cake baskets teapots and other valuables These they arranged upon the dining room table and were gloating over when there came a furious ring at the doorbell and an irate pins who lived iIn the next flat came in to know wH iIn thunder they had broken into dining room cupboard New York Cgreleai PrentWhy dont you make a nam for yourself nakedthe serious person I only wish I had bad the chance said the pale young man but my par ents thought they knew ltnllt and they made tip one of their pwn and thats why I am compelled to struggle against fate under the handicap of Reginald WnshlngrII GOOD LIVING Quite oftenTcsults lit bad health because Usuallythei bodyWhenand rises from a full meal to plunge at once into work requiring mental effort the result is almost sure to be disastrous because digestion draws upon the semi nervous forces which are em thoughtIn ach becomes iris eascd the pro cesses of digestion and nutrition ore performed big a physical breakdown Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other omanS of digestion nutritioIf It eliminates the effete poisonous matter which originates in the system as a con sequence of imperfect digestion Itgives sound health to the whole body I wish to sIt to the world that Df Pierce Golden Medical Discovery has proved a great blcfisln to me writes Sirs Ellen K Bacoo FraDkiiU Co iau Prior 5eptemb r il91 I bad doctored for mystomstt- mubie or sevcti5etI going through a couni- of treatment any real bencfit Ix September lhad 1ctYllcklpeU and gres worse could eat brt little Iicommenced in September to take Dr Pierce medicine and in a abort Utbt I could eat and work Ii tare gainEd tuxntjr poutidt in two months I Pierces Common Sense is sentfrte on receipt stamps pa expense of only Send ax onecent stamps for the book iIn paper covers or31 stamps for the ctothI bound volume AddressDr R V Pierce fa1oN Y iner we cat Jto iat fiTill of some of the and is owi ehicleson tle j r Any tYle and any PriC6it c i J selection and remember Specialty of Northern GREEN tJftftOotO 4iif Ire5ssS IFRmtDr i = r- f insuranae Reversed i1 IIJi 11h SOUTHERN I UTUAL 5EtiltI J j i fit Of Lexington Ky 0 GW McELRY tt i r AGENT i Springfield KYi S1 XI CEMENT f fii ii AtLowest Prices 1 iim il SSROUi LUMBfER 7 r t I t DRESSED LUMBER f tYf5r5 ti iS ASH and DOORS r r rif it t LATH and SSHINI GL1ESt a JiJ r Ig i V J CONTRACTING l SPpFELDi CALlIl A5I I LET JpRICES h i 7cj j 191ie S e r i tr 0 r i1With the finest and mcstcomnIaassortnjt- of Stylish and upibdatoD Gbc1s17id 9 tClothing rt r We esire to 6specially call your atingQPH t 1 our j tie ofi I3V1 iiSiSt t Jfi DRES8GOOD8 1t1 t t rWbieh we have been esueciav carefuli in rV selectii1 and which we consider a Spring- t othasdeoig tpr11st ld WeJjsionly ask that the ladies caJI and for I themseIvfr5 i s J y f on TafcllfaiFpleDBs fiVJ We desJr simply to iiti iliilve areprea pared to FIr YU OUT in tie vtry 1mtstyles in C1ottminrm Shoes gi ts and other lin ciuawear Qur stock i fresh add rTqlY lJUJt t ubtodate in every iespect3MZr ttWe wjhi to jimpress Q n tht rai ilsif r li it l oar customers thatthev g l1rante4I e 1c mm GcJS t ir i In every flepartmetitt v Jt f1Ji1WfAnd when you buy from tiit mcan thayug 1 f wihIetadolIarswo1tttJremer domIaroub upendand that menu ii cleFt J c jJWe are always rendy lI hf guo 15 tit VeGive Rebat 3ta- Ginindy f 0 y Claybrcoke isr Mtllitlrt PRING LD tti An cancc of preventlon ia worth a poundof cure and a bottle of Bat llards Horehound Sjrrap used la time Iis worth a stiff of physicians with a drug store or two included Prictf2S ad cents Haydon and Robert son J ij l t9FTfeft tKUiativccIi r5 I i 7 cJ r 7 r I THtE NEWeL A De I c BO TO rir iyr w7 r syisn4E- XTRACTEDL t j 4 J1THOUT PAIN I firt s l 1fvzqIIg H kupsbn t pRu91El2D fIi c t Ait ssta1 Work Strictly 1 r itljrstcllsj t = 1 r ii u HORDt rf t TTEJ I f = L lt 1t1JHllJtTtauJI1n cf if isk1XotM 4 f1 fr aPB1XGPThLD1XY M LAMTOJ tJ Jll 4ti r A a t I prus4 xti UU1iyit AI tOPP1CEDrc Rinehafts ror t r overepIeSD Psroti iiiIL3 flw l By f = AiAiTORNEY ttk LAW tiit KY n Kidney andB1adder Specia1I its I It at WJt 1i LsIbrtryTprevailing in this i ctwtiyiii t4u c f6u3 because so decepp tIiAy 3dsa eth3 ar cauSed It 7ianptte nol1J iecJii e t c hiec1 vOu tHkI cyelMftedblood rill attack tfeTvltalorgtn5spr the kidneys themselves byttienleaksk BrighfsDiseaseDr KtIaersSwaRoettie t new dii Kicwr ryfa the true specific for kidney bladder ithascuredtbouz1i other aft infiftycentamieel LtJ Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton cure N Mdbrand thispaper L ftI 0 iI 1 4II Snerfs s1t1i i IFOf fst r JJAXE lott MyjlTlelol t taxesdue th State ofrsoK ta6ky and Htf ouhiYofWah t uiBga I i111erfo sale at the Qorathpafleaooj InSpjringfleldl on l f Atfaboat MONDAY RIErSSjlflO 1 oYockpn1 the following I property 0180ttlucIl th reo as ivrih ltoGPoiioo and 1901 in6lndlngcosts 495 sope Binas taxes fo years 1900 4d uvhDC at g c s t 2 65 E1ix IgWE1LrerSW 9t JI IlaIIlbrlllo Boyy Jr 699 nr yrdl I SII The This well known and finely bred lp02IatmY8tabl RaiAt1I Mambrin o Boy Jr sire of Vo1o 212 aso11d black andJBtands foil 16 hands high grand looking sta and certainlyl one or the hando fuUhorsesget trotters and producers 1118Frecord tvill show possessing d 3IayofHambletonian and Thorougbbred making a pwerJulunlo faf perform Ing aad produofngtrIns He liby the grestet sen of the renow 160 Ma daafIWffiaJ5 8 l1 lpoabTtfflhtrious brother yplnnteer iIIJ r i Wi1L1qburg t of V 4atBlue ttQsMutirI 1 JfJ r t SE8IN 1902- Spn f m- pTitIk anarOrtiamerJtal Tr e 4LoybcV14evGarden Wse11directatijht prices ollc plaStrawtieryInapplcatont F ery K fl JIJJ1Ei I 1i l AbbiitYimriwWf it FriendsJ and Acquaintances jq IS i1IS T1j41 anSon4 n4 of sqe 1S at F edI f The bst cigars und tdbac atl b Hertleinsji t atMprdayatOurryThppsWANUtfeven IGasswire queeiswara and tinar tiirryT pPls tsforNibroWireJ jgcheapatThompsunand Gren Ol Y r jr I a ieDuiIe cliIHeld A1IfidSsO iu eLJUla reT ducedr ce5a T vneCuri 24t c j U7Out dreit pleasedoi the y UtY itfow s ngj1iry oliehiat curry Tap j Got TJ irioi- n rs grocey fQr good roseffebulk at 11 cents erI16unjjI IouThsodaeason ha opened You an get the be to Heit1eins i Allgooclsttbatt1leave 6ijr iouse waTantedtobelas representedi OurryTapfi 1 WANTEDA goad tobacco in as tenant on myfarrninCI4 D MILLFfR J 0 tWhen you are In townj call aold x upseeus XJvTapp irt We JbaVe a cdr loAd fcow 1asqua I ttpn MPs G iers presTryourwant a good drink i Curry Tapp1 1Mitf Dl tboneThibhni uk fmOOwn died pireribf rJi iight brad graham Thread rye ead anJ pies and cakes bake Jtcshveryday itt C Hertlein a bakery and confectionery S sic J4vRed top sorghum seed foo f Ji liIi L f lL Kyig Mr A Canaryso1dtMr Mat l Wycofliphogs atJ6 cents pej und at6t5 same par y q iOforr poundJieifer ot375 per hunf dred 1u 4andThe stq tii w tingQtthei Methodist church Springfield arge will Be held at Mays a hapel nextSathrda an nc Iay 0 April 26th arid Ttttf CQhaS lislied triiatjEun at Eee Hiatt store Wkrif 11 tie Postmaster IheL N will run a special lugntSay tIltrtriLotrThewaFourthTeachers Association willeheld here some time nOct lberw pogrthnwfllbe annpunced Frinby The Louisville and Nashvill lroad Co has on sale at allofet ticket offices interchangabte mileagei books which wil1bO hon bred lotpassage on roads sot sooegentat point can give ra information iSALEOne thoroughbred orthom Bull 3years old nfIi Sirams This bull is rand and gentle and is ri6t locuishyNIZ JE WALLS Rev R E Q Lawsou pastor was the Presbyterian church at this place has received a call the4 pulpit of the Second resbyterianc4urchatHen4e jrr and Ky which hehas taken te rconsideratiori r pnqerj sT A bay mare mule earjLl my ce Saturday night April 19th orwaZion leading to its tecov will be rewarded C B MILLER t SOOu j iiOOH L iLi oo QPIC8 tI I Your orders no matter liow jsmallJt may be is always appre dated atGqrry Tapps When ypiil buy of us you get the best and what you pay for Curry and Tapp NTEDT6 exchange flE surry for gentle horse siiitab for lady to drive J Ei ALLEN Squire Berry Hatchett isby rotughttaIefromtwb chhis friends hope sonlyI 1heoAllkiJids bf canned goods pur II Frianklih bi ind of Tomatoes and corn unsurpassed Quart canI FrCry Tapj v P shorhexalninationtion in the common schools will be held on the second PrMay Saturday iri May TIe flu teachers examination w U be held on the third Friday and j Saturday inlMay xaminati for colored teachers on the th Friday ancb Saturday me May Lr The4adie3 Of the Christian church will l men shOctHay under the unanageinet Mrs SteVe Thompson Then drama 1Ja lastderedeveenac will be specialties The music will be under the sionbf Miss Katie Cain u m solicifci the patronage ofrall nlatpwors plar prices will evailI The County Board of Examin with the County Superintend yearIdingajd6pt a series begaoftetthe school of the county MisserMrej The whicforuichilthtndf th ceasaae fetnetheGrigsby hasueyboa discrd4J rgardto tho establistth ig fI rural delivery routes in this nihas received Irpm Qon- ssrnan Smith the followingF lettef which is self explanatory Y tourstwo rural routes has been re ceiVe These matters shall have my prompt and careful tteti1 trust ypu Tvill hasten such other application dsyour popple Wish as I think we npvrhave chance to ecurethe fan Inspector s nle Servidstxt month I shall be gljtj to have aUtne applications from my dig t fild before t e Inspector tS it as it is uncertain when No can get another D H SMITHi CoL frs SpaHopperon Chaplin river in the Mr therp part of the county was lips ed in Judge Litseys court on Monday oUtbe charge of ob ucting a passway The case s strongly contested The question is being raised as to etber ornot it yit herhinoth the evidence oldtted regthemany years It lhad never been work7p by the public in fact neveralworked at all byuldElfQme point then MolsLoinusingtheowner would full out with his vei ghbor and forbid him using e road If tins was nottl1utto stop him trees fiecutgates finkedup dr imfjed for awhileIarrests fever followed until Costitheinjaarrested enimu9ss arid brought into court Moor hearing the evi dence and arguments the court held ttiat the old lady was g iltyIassesed the statutory fine of canprovidedtha j removed wiithin ten days lt pmen with 1emaIeeakrressi prJotheeymay BuckeyePileOsntment centsinbottiesHayoonandRobe C14TIflCUP11CIAf4 = 2 Sad Death Little Eleanor the youngest child of Mr and Mrs ARSHultz died yiWdaysIess of measles followed by pneumonia She was the light of the household being idolized lather and mother and hers to whom the sudden n away of her little presence from this life inde weeedmany friendsMand neighbors who had kn wr anything of her bright little self The funeral services wer held in the Presbyterian church on ay afternoon tndthe little casket containing all the earthly remains of the little one whose t life in this world had made others happy was bourne to the playtas pall bearers The deep felt sympathy of many aftndsparentsrflpral holwordMof c omfortJJudge Baker DeadfishThe community received sad k on yesterday When at annonncedttbawas dead As llate as Friday of week he was on the streets and toatbusiness He went home on that afternoon however hind was taken neumoLs He gradually grew e until the end Judge Baker had a wideac fluaintance and many friends Hew as born in Marion county 46 s ago and as a young ma n the practice of law iin Lebanon In 1882 he married BtthElizaLen Edelen of this county to h union there are six dren who survive The de ed had practiced law here several years and was one of best Police Judges the town Thhargei carrying outthe provisions of the law as he would interpet it The deceased was a consistant ber of the Catholic church from n CaStday morning although as we o press the hour has not been announced Osteopathy in lield TnDr Charles Moore the Osteopathic physician of Lebanon will visit Springfield three days Iin each week Monday Wednesday and Friday beginning Monday e1atthee1 charge for examination and consultation at office Refer encesV C Courts Lebanon J B Carlisle Mr W RJ1 lthng Mr Joe Shreve S T lding Esq Father Hogarty John Brewer Mr Jim Phil Mr A F Carter County Clerk C C Cambron and R C Clnr son For Sale- sA I am notpreparedto keep I will offer on Monday the yeardt mare This mare ard as good as any mare in place3dd a first class roadster Sired Adjutant by St Julian by ctioneer 1st dam by Von ltke 2nd dam by Wollab- yn S B THOMPSON Flowers and Plants Monrwrs and plants and ship upOrI e lot on Wednesday May 7th will have them in front of the urt House early in the morn G E Mattingly Shaders Specials Fresh Cakes twice a week Try our Jelly Squares cup kes and coffee cakes Fishing poles 5 and 10 cents dItw1dI Seed Potatoes at reduced ces JOSEPH ASHADEK Firstlass mackerel 7 centspe r pound CuirryTapps F= EFicbNAL I rMr C O McGlll 19 here this week M ofrslvme this week H toLouisvUJeiiMr Viella Spalding and Mr Ed monds of Lebonon were OVer Tues dayI endlngtbe mkisses Mary and Ellen Wiokilffeof Bards town visited friends here the first of theweek tCol J B Olaybroojke left last week attend the CODre rate Veterans bunionDr and Mrs H D Rodman of Louisville are at the home of Mr and Mrs4 H Thurman this week Mrs John R Smith and Miss Fan- nIe Smith are here this week ito see MIs a Piety Smith who is quite ioktMiss Bessie Bretney pf Lebanon er a pleasant visit to the 3Mc pElroyme essrs WwF Booker Bob Noe and C Shader went to Tatham Springs yesterday for a few days ing Mr and Mrs Barnes Reardonj wil shortly move to Springfield where they expect toresliein the future Nelson R cord fUrs C A Green and Mrs C F Bosley went to Louisville Tuesday attend the Music Festival Mra Green will go on to Hopkinsville for a visit to Dr Rays family Miss Eudora Durrett of Bloomfield pand Misses Llllie Wood and Sarah Davis of Bardstown were guests l BtIweek at the home of Mr and W M Dnrrett this place Messrs James L Moore and James Grigsby of Maple Hill were here Fri iida y Mr Grigsby renewed his sub Bcriptlon to theN w8 LEADER Mr Moore also added his name to our SCrIptiOfl list LETTER LIST List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Ky Postoffice for the week ending April 24th 1902 urman House PIttman j S WilUamsI Bi rs Nally Sallie Miller Mrs McAllister rrie Mitchell zzie Listen Mary Hamilton Ella Horsey Annie Duritb Daniel Brown hn Cqlemau Ettie Burns J A Benedict Ella Barbour Addie Burton Rev Hiner Rothheut When calling for thjse lletters please sy Advertised W A Waters P M Nasal CATARRH In all Its stages Elys Cream Bali cleanses soothes and heals 1thedileUed la membrane and the drivca head Cream Balm is plMeafetfi the nostrils sprea oyertfiemembrano and laifeoibcd Edlefistm mcdite adacnref611owi5Wilnot drrinejdoae mat prodnco sneezing laitfsize cents attorng ilm or by mall s1te cents ELY BROTHERS WWarren Street New Torfc Died At Texas Ky after several days Indescribable suffering little jlteclanLoving Murphy the precious treasure of the household of GqW- and Klzzie Murphy gently fell nst ep His death touched the hearts of evjery Ions around where his bright and winning ways had made him a favo rite MorO sympathetic hearts and tear dimmed eyes are seldom seiaq at a funeral Death loves a ehfnlng ark is too true in his case ohf the dissappintments in this life Lit tIe Lucian Loveing was born Jam 10 1901 pied April 15 1902 FuneraIservices ware conducted by HGodltOOkhright little boy WhoIcb laid to rest in Betbiehem Oh jwhaf a blessed thought that we have such a blessedSavior who will never forget nor forsake us WIn mother father doctors and friends did all In their power hut thefr power was not strong enough to keep sweet little Lnclan in h t9okimIittleroBycheekeddarling iingly calling with beckoning hands HIn heaven there was an angel band But it was not cpmplete 8S God has taken Encian To fill the vacant peat Dear parents look abave Your darling has gone there and awaits your coming GRANDMOTHER i Liver Pills Thats what you need some thing to cure your bilious gooddigestlon liver pills Th y cure con- stipatiOn and biliousness Gently laxative All d nW- F Want yonr mouiUche or beard beautUul brown or rich black Then me I BUCKINGHAM DYE for theWhiskers aocno oRPI I AN OLLr GARDEN Tile Joy It Given Ecn Though the Plot Den Small One Perhaps no wOrd of six letters con rentratc so much human satisfaction ha the word garden Not accidentally tIndeed did the inspired writer make paradise a garden anjd still today when a man has found all the rest of the world vanity ho retires into his garden When man needs Just one word to express in rich and poignant symbol his scnseof accumulated peau ty and blessedric his first thought Is of a garden The saint speaks of tfye garden of God A garden Inclosed Is my sister spouse1 cries tbe lover orTlnre lsn garden In her face dreamisheaven itself is hardly more culver sally expressive of human happiness titan the word garden And you have only to possess even quite a small garden to knojv why a small old garden So long us it be old it hardly matters how small it is but old It must tie for n new garden Is Ob viously not a garden at nil And most keenly to relish the joy which an old garden can give you should perhaps have been born In a city and dreamed all your life of some day owning a gar den No form of good fortune can I am sure give one a deeper thrill of hap py ownership than that with which one thus city bred at last enters Into possession of on old country garden Julius Noregard In March Harpers oIV2 6W olV2oIV21 SP CLEMENTS IIsthe man to see about Upholster Awningsforput up Also SCREEN DOORS andj WINDOWS II- J Make a specialty of taking measure ments furnishing and hanging odd 1 samplesHeadquartersd Furniture Store 4 f 7 SPECIAL NOTICE REBATE STHMPS On July 4th we will give to the person tol llecting the most Rebate Stamps a fIne polished Rocker or a handsome Banquet Lamp EXTRA Here are the Stores that want your Qas4r Trade and will give you Rebate Stamps GRUNDY CLAYBROOKE McINTIRE A complete line dry goods for spring apd sumtpear wear No trouble to show goods JOHN c SHADER The rocer who aEpreeiotes your trade We keep everything WOODROBERTSON DRUG CO i Plugs ahd Toilet ArticlesWe got ejp lrt4 G D ROgS RTSON O4 Asotijles Hardware everytbingi for tbelfeirmer and BaildeT JOHN Y MAYES Furuiture and ttpdertaklog ajl mew oods prompt and careful attention ai all times t N B Ask for one of oUt supplements cheapprpreriiiUmS ljS iiiji11 wti i 1WW l cViWjc rWii l PaIDt8 f n a1ll1 I tJ n IlIlts j fI j tko 1 1cz Jk t wOOD OfB RJSONDR n tcOOtI 1 yJ 13 Gr l I PrescriptionssQ reftiM- yi filled rf S rcvftiXq night Ot day by Z 1 t3S t I q hi IIRegistered Druggilis sriiffr ir PHONE 33 JPH0KE35 PHOHE 5ii 4 Li5SpringfieIdiig SCHIEMBERGER Propn W r I to IN Take cure 25c t i i riJd f ft W to wi W f At the Casey shopi t d t2 til i iili 1 e J A e Invite lnsRection JOf our elegant Stock ot NEWGQODS Spring jn all 1 vk SI shades Goods in all J weaves Goods in Madras Mercerized Effects I J 7r t We pre pared a complete of i OL 1 IN The largest and- mostattractiv we shown and LQW RlkPRIG t YOi1t l 4ifibcl elsewhee ets Pine carriage and Sign Paiitiig iliiVj Carriage trim miiigahd repairing order ISATISFACtfON GUARANTEED Old We You Dress Goods the new Whie the new Waist Silks SllkmtGinghams apd arenow show stock have eyer Than done Jtistopened out a llarge I gtodkof It 3v i COFSETSThe t fi White Pink lBlue i iDont failour Wall aperCarpet Lace Curtain a d4ug Depart J Iment it IS now more complete than J ever befor In j iPt CalfpatentJ made o i all last from the 1 plainest to thCq most extreme Call and examine themjJeGuarantee to Suit you l e Wo still etthit special invitation to cash buyers 4 Always giving special cash prices abafektng yoo foV past favors atid sollcitingacontiju atuon of yntptrOia weremain yours Trutr t I Cimmnpani A Duncan 8 TO CURE A COLD QNE DAY Laxative BromotQuinie Tab All druggistS refund the money ifit falls to E W Greves signature Isoneach box t l R n F T Wliiteli Cream Vsen1Wft- eITecually Jtii destreyS pdti Jn creaies the appetite aids ass and transformed trail infkni one of robus health PrIce 2S cefiu Haydon Kohertsod ww The President neveidoes any thinrtha lease everybody it pntJbe kme but Became very gar topleasing evefjr uuy when J5e directed the Secretary ofWar ift to cabie orders to Gen Chaffeo i to have every iinau in the Amer r icari armyiche officer of pri 4 vate who cabe shown by rep i etab1e rpyioence to have been ili t1J guilty of brutality toward a 7 Jnatfvej tried by court martial i 4T iiniediate Causes of this i ibjrntere the testimony given iPtthe court martial of idaj l JllerJthatGen Jacob H Smith t 4iawldraered to Waller to burn JJwajdii ashe went along and the Ir AJ + ti timony giyen before the Sen r 4 attcommittee on the Phillipines r A jitwo ex soldiers whe saw the JzV vUwater cure administered to a l a ilttJve official by order of Maj E if irfF Glenn and Lieutenant AE k Conger The Presidenthas used i1i Ji Strong llanguage in discussing 3 his intention to pu animmediat 4cstop to brnt ity inthe army A majority ofjSeriators that is J large enough to uiean practically itthe entire Sepateonly Seri 1utor Hoar prevented its ekg i t unanimous favors Chinese exj r elusion to a sufficient extent to k 9ppot the horde of cheap Chi nesslabor but they showed by adopting the Platt substitute v Which extends the present law t icitJthatthey did hot favor so drastic a measure ds eveh the bill that was reported rom the t Seriate Immigration committee andtho bill passed by the House ttwas eVen more stringent t Tne Cuban re9iprocity bill is I now certain to go through tho Jtt House just ait was repprted 1f Jrom committee General debate Jfclo edtoday But the result r might have been different had it t emirrity leaders beSn able to J control the 3 democrats who vent to the assistance of Ohair map Payne as there were 33 re t puolicaus against him Sectionalism must be dead in deed when politicians are se f ripps1Y advocating the nIbmina 1 tion of a Texti for President by th democratic party asis now the case It has been knowr for4 ome time that Senabr elect Gorman of Md wouldbe a 5an dfdate for the Presidential uom inatibn of his party but Mary o land aUhpugh geographically u i kaduthern state was not a seced fang StSfteinthe civil wAr Butrrof i nOW the name of Senatpr Bailey of Texas is being urged in dead earnest as a candidate by a num her of members of the House r f Whether Mr Bailey succeeds in getting the nomination does snot sfigureinvthe case The fact that 1 politiciansi present his jiame indicates their belief that there is to be no more s ctionism in pol itics Tbcraisa disposition in the House to overthrow several ye irgofthe Presldentaf bills re moving the pharge of deserljonI but there geems to doubt of the Constitutional power of Copgress to do so in cases of that sort which involvet the set thig aside of the Verdict of a 1 court martial In order to be sure a subcommittee of the IHouse committee on Military affairs consisting of Represen tetive Stevens of Minn Each of It Wis and Hay of Va is by rdi fgre oa of the fell committee lJmSlahg a carefnl examination of a I law andreeelents Upon 1 pfhatthis Boys jf Mother Says JJr has been said by the mothers of t many other boys and girls re grain the wonderful curative strengtheninquaIities of Jli il iilil Miles Dr Nerviiie HASTING RED Qur little hay Hairy had spasms for 3 years and we fcaredi the disease would affect hit mind Though t doctored cdtinually he er wwone and had ti spasms in one week Our at tention was directed to Dr MilesNerv heSt had taken tile fourth bottle the W1ms onei44f fti years now tipcr MRsBM TINDALL f i jr Miles Remedies are sold llrggists on guarantee to r r f beDct or mdnry refunded- Medical Co Elkhart Ind 1 Sc their report will depend whether an attempt will be made to pass the hills over the Presidents veto 3ya majority of ohe the Sen ate committee om Privileges and Elections has adopted Senator D pews amendment to the reso iution for direct election of the Senators by the people The amendment provIdes tnat the qualifications of voters ball be uniform in5all the States and that Gpngress shall have the power to provide regulations for andto conduct all elections Jot Seuators am1Represeritatives- Theinte tlOnof this amendment is to get the amended resolution adversely reported upon by Democratic members of the cOrn mittee and the indications are that it will succeed It ismerely a political play against making the direct election of Senators a party issue Jtis probable that the official announcement that the President has decided to exercise the authority vested ia him by law and retire Lieu Gen Miles which was made public this week was precipitated by the fool friends of the latter who per sisted in reiterating their belief that the President was afraid to retire Miles Much less aggres sive men than the present occupant of the White House have been taunted into doing things which they might not have done Man is but a grown up boy and who does not rememBer doing things rather than take a dare from some other boy Two members of the Senate are Entitled to wear medals for service in the Civil war Senator Quay for conspicuous bravery at Fredericksburg and Senator Warren for leading the folorn hope at Port Hudson kindly Take Notice that Elys Cream Liquid Balm is of great benefit to those sufferers fro 11n ssal catarsh who canuot inhale freely throngm the nose but niuj t treat themselves bv spraying Liquid Cream Balm diff ers in form but not medicinallY from the Cream Balm that las stood fqr rtears at the head of remadics for catarrh Itmay le Used in auy nasal atomizer The price including spray lag tube i3 75 cents Sold by drug gi ts or mailed by Ely Bros 56 War reuStNY Lnrklag on Street Corners andlu the vagabond currant air whose told touch sets the fierufsyf neuralgia and rheumatism at their workof tormen Modern magic in the form of Perry Davis Paiukiller conquers the imps and restores peace of mind and comfort to the body Xoq- wtI1avc yourself mauy a day of mis cry by keeping this good old remedy in the house There is but one Pin killer RerryDavis A Good Shot Mr E M Hardin killfdaSO pound wild turkey in Russel county Ilast Thursday Be was staying all night at the home or- a mountaineer named Goodman The next morning before day the guest and bosl went out and the native made a turkey call audit was answered and soon ihe turkey raised its head above the undergrowth 100 yards away ana Mr Hrdin fired and hit it in the eye He brought home and bad it servea fur dinner on Sunday He tells us that a few years ago Russell abounded in bear deer aiidturLsuybut the re moval of the timber has thinned out the game until very little of tne large kind remains Turkeys baye been slaughtered by the baiting process until unly countyBaltiugithemS11jjO hunter finds where they are rooting and then lays ax train of corn through the woods to some spot where he can conceal himself and have his in tended victims in close and full view At that spot he places a quantity of corn in a small space on the ground so that when a flock of turkeys have followed the train scattered kernels to the ambuscade the whole lot will be brought together in a gruup with their hcadf los lv bunched as they peck at the corn there Tne hunter or wore properly the turkey butcher is bidden behind a log or a clump pJ bushes perhaps not more than three or four yards away His gun is heavily loaded with duckshot and when the unsuspecting turkeys get their heads close jo getherattthe sojall circle of corUi he firesinfo me btmctJof heads ana to kill lOor 15 at one shot is not a rare thing Har rodsburg Herald Robbers I Robbers The Saturnalia of embezzel ment and stealing brought to lUt nompantesatLexington twpweeks has been amjizipg and astounding It passes heleif How such n thing could be in a civilized and decent community where all men are supposed to be reasonably honest and fairly decent we do Dot Know Rotten l The KindMron Have Always Bought and which lias been in uso lor over 30 years has borne the sleimtnre of r to All Counterfeits Imitations anti Justasgooti are but Exp rlthents that trifle wIth and eadangci tbp liealtli 6F Infant and Cliildren Experience against Experiment 1What iis cASTOR A Castorfa is a substitute fotf Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups it is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Wornw mid allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates SStomaeh and Bowels giving healthy and sleep I Thc CJiildrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIALwYT Bears the Signature of i Theiindloii Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years KURT Rotieu Rpiu n The sucurs whoput rabney intp these cnn ceros did not tuuve Hchaiire ai d ttttheyplain purie delibiate sital Nothihg more and nothiqg 165 has stealing frorn widow and theot than Fro n th poor mid the hunbIfMteahintth1t oughtto Ilahd guilty in the per ba t it i iw1j 111i 4 twe aroouuof itifSt of it JetIutile a es0r forth fiitnrj andilpi u to1 15 the IU tureplay pother man s yume holdthpILook The fact in The face The progress of a bal cold towards galloping cqnsuniptiqu may be ter ribly sudden Dont let thisugly fat frighten you but when you begin ti cough takcAlleua Lung Balm that ld1preperatiI jlv quiet the nerves f4sr a Vherc is no narcctjc brug in Allans loung Balm SoldibY all druggiftsi Reduced Rates to tIe WctC- ommencing Mnrch Isi aid daily tiipri after unlI April 30th 1902 the UTlrcoii in LVniral R 11011OhicoOregon VVahJiigor Brutish C61umbia ijt guiiily n duced tales Fur detailed infor mation iJguieor nearest Tick tAgent octadress T D Cainnhsll D P A lH Pile Buildog Gin cinnati OorJs C Pond Genl Phssenger Agent Milwaukee Wis Mappij d ifi Cincinnati Dr R C Craycroft and Missj Margaret Walker of Perryville according to a telephone message from Perry ville to the Advocate yesterday afternoon were married in Cincinnati last Thursday Itis not known whether or not they eloped or decided to sur prise their friends Dr Cray croft is a graduate of the Louis yule Dentnl I College and formerly resided in Springfield The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs James Walker of Perry ville and is an exceedingly hand some and atttactive young lady traitslTbeAdV probably locate in Cincinnati Danville Advotate Ea Ic Boal Store Sold The Eagle Boat store changed hands yesterday Capt Sam Gregory of Alton and A B Engle hONing bought the shares andIGregoryIand Mr Engle secretary George Derrickspn who has been the managerof tpe store for many ydars has resigned and will be succeded in the management by ICAl akes short roads XLJnd light lo- adstimA bod for everything v that runt wheels I Sold Everywhere DARD OIL CO LI and lins beeninhdeunacp ms per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no ono deceive you in this harmless Colic the natural ihe time and iOaptr Gregory Capt William Leyhe is still in the company holding 124 shares of the capital stock which consists of 400 sharesSt Louis HobeJ emo crat Capt Gregory is a former Washington county man being a brother to Mes3rLST P and Lucieni Gregory of this county Notice Central Fire Insurance Comparfy Lexington Ly All parties Having claims tlgainst the Central Fire Insur ance Company of Lexington Kentucky are h by notified that an order has en cnitered in the Fayette Cir it Court di recting that all imsbe pre sented to and filed ith me the Receiver for said county on or before tie 15th day of May 1902 C C CALHOUN Receiver Central Fire 1Insurancl Co Itc n Hurllt It fa salV that n Harvard man wno was visit us Pails in some innocent 1wair oflVnkpd a club member who IrenhIPSjMJcii sTW course to receive a 1man for a llWl Tnstcad of th- 1provlig tilt Harvard nina turned and looked fur an Instant af Ills adversary then quick as a flash pulled iKiek hs Ftiong right hand and sent jihi fellow rolling across the floor Iircaking the bones of his nose In two places After n few weeks when the French hind sutflcJcutly recovered from tilt tiioldpnt to discover whdt had hap cnpd bt Issyedsa formal challenge to bis Ainorl tan offender to tight a duel and being be recipient of the chal louse the American was permitted to select the weapons fIe promptly chose a bnsebnll iud beins an old pitcher ultedljlion Xcrr York Sleep New York is a city of Infinite variety There are these who have beds wIth- out sleep and those who sleep without bods Three thousand of her winter residents slumber in the cradles of the canal barges that come each year from the canals of Now York state from the great lakes and Lake Champlain to spend the winter months moored in New York harbor In the tenement districts a man his wife andhls four sleepIabout the otytlnds many a device for slumber and repose On Washington street on the west side where the Turks the Greeks the Assyrians and the Egyptians live near neighborsl to a colony of Irish is a queer little orlcu tIt nt11lslBurned to Death A Mrs Uthghllfl of near Cler moot while burninjr the trash off her ganjen lust Friday came in contact with trtio blazes and her clothing bebarni ignited and Before coud be pxtinguishedI she was so bdlv she died thplnext day The friirfituued woman ran to a wood near by nol froth 101I burniujif rlothtrijr the dry caught and the fire thus krndled pctionsldosl alcomhal ts 1LiWU v I Ti e tizons of the neighborhood hy hud work kept the bazf from retchingt f eir houses nod barns but were unableto nxi timruish ljhe fire which was pibrIlbeongill stimdinir in opeiilwas destroy edBTogetlmr seill ahf the provender jt contaiosd Phptireis stilraiM aiid Jh leaving a Itlrtof deWlatlinItlIon Re i R doi Dyspepsia Cure Da fits what you satSit S at I444V4 +I rf IN THE ROGUES l4l4 i 17 E Hailints 1f GALLERY tl 4 ii 1 COP11Jlht brAeSeJUChanbODt tt+XKHKMH When Aunt Mllly returried from her I visit to Boston she was a changed wo bitIman She had gone away a staid old t refturueiiand afcted glrtyft She took to wearing bows and Jewelry and she was anxious about her eyebrows sisterliOYencehouse noticed these things with some thing like astonishment but reserved comment She argued that they were gettlngof her country home and that they daughterSusleWnrdm of the household Susie had been de mnldSheco query If lund even been hinted that she was heartless All this because she cared more about her horses titan for goodIookspros pects and because she preferred a walk through the woods with a gun In her hands 4nd a dog at her heels to sitting on a rustle bench and flirting with a callow youth Susie hnywhersymp toms did not escape or deceive her Site judgvd them to bo symptoms of love nd tier curiosity was aroused What manner of nan could have touch ed this old maids heart All sorts of men mIght f11l Iqlovuwlth a girl but according to Susies reasoning only one or two sorts would fall In love with nu old meld and especially a homely one She thought thlngsiover until she felt In a measure responsible for the Mint who Uiuw nothing of the pitfalls j ji world and then she tackled her one day with Look here Aunt Mllly you are In love nod want to know all about It- My dear child but what can you mean n gasped the auntas she blush ed ns hard as sbotould and bit her fin ter nails mean that you fell in with some youandweek from him and answering them with exceedJng promptness If no nOT L1KB TIlE LOOKS OP THAT 11 to try to deceive me for you cant do It This giggling and simpering around and writing for hair dyes and complexion powders mean love Who Is the man Aunt Mllly blushed some more and fenced some more and then owned up It was a relief tp own up and have somebody to share her Joys and antici patlons and she was glad of the opportunity yes she was In love It wnspt the wlsby washy love of a young girl but a strong deep feeling founded on respect admiration and friendship She had been introduced to a professor while In Boston Professor Hold en Be wasnt connected with nay college but was professing on his own hook and delivering Interest- Ing Iejtureson physiology Ho hadnt en lied her un angel and fallen In love at first sight On the contrary It had taken him five or six days to discover that h bad at last met Ills affinity and he had skipped her face entirely 4 summing up her graces Alt this and much more the blushing aunt related to the Inquiring niece and the latter finally demanded Now show mo this mans photo graph I know youvo got It Aunt Mllly almost lied about It but finally produced a cabinet photograph She waff of course wearing It over her heart It was tho typical professor or rather more so and after a long look at the picture Susie banded It back with the remark- dont like the looks of that man and Im going to keep an eye on things lr be doesnt know more about corn cures than physiology then his photograph Is way off IAunt Mllly was shocked upset and and her defense of the professor was vigorous and decisive They were not actually engaged as yet she ad mitted but he was coming on soon torn visit and would then doubtless propose for her hand His letters were beautiful and no woman could read them without almost reverencing the writer She refused to exhibit them but a few hours later Susie hurl the niennness to steal and rend every one Slit SIT that the professor bad nog rioted orthography anti grammar In his l TITIttboollnrrud the only beautiful thlfif ibe could dtocovw aMwt the epMto- was his 8tateBB t that be sought for ulntoJtlowatItito Aunt Hilly She was sot 1fa the matter and loyal to the absent oae A rPTedIeAs Susie looked him over she believed she could distinguish him treat laost fakirs by the grease oa his hair lad the pet of his ready made coat He was fairly agreeable Dan of big wordsand 1 eccentric ways He hadnt come to propose a secret marriage or an elope ment but to boldly declare his loyetn AuntMUlrsclined to be beutrai and Susie had 1tbemarriage day was set for three months ahead Susies seeming indifference wris annoying to the Imppy hearted old rejoIceIwfthreceived was Im doing a lot of thinking Just Jiow land you wait till I get through and Ill congratulate you She had a dim remembrance hay protesloribeforeweek and she still doubted as she aI the train for New York one morning 1 On reaching the city she took a cab to police headquarters In Mulberry streot and when finally ushered Ink the de tectlve department she astonished the Inspector In charge by asking to look at the rogues gaUery Any particular picture be queried Yes sir I want to find the photograph of the man who Is going to marry my aunt If I dont stop him though it Just occurs to me that you cant have pictures of professors here Oh yes We have Scores of them he replied Heres Professor Mar shall who delivered lectures on as tronomy and robbed postoffices the same night heres Professor jJasearln whb made a study of plant life and worked the gold brick racket at the same time heres Professor Dn nfl the eminent student of geology who went about New Hampshire studying rocks In the daytime and stealing horses at night here also You neednt go any further interrupted Susie as she turned away Are you looking for Professor Du BoIr Id give 500 to see him op a little matter otbuslnessrSusie said nothing on her return home It was only when the newspa pers containing an account of the ar rest of the professor arrived by pot that she took Aunt hilly out Into the orchard and banded them to her to rend and asked What are you going to do about iti Why Why answered the dazed woman as she let the papers fall from her hands and looked about ber in a pitiful way iI ought to faint away oughtnt U Yes I think that would be the prop er caper Then I wHIr And she did and when she returned to consciousness her romance was ended DUclpliae JUnoasr txt The region of the Amazon Is overrun by an interestlngspecles of oats knowa as saubas They are represented as the curse of the country because of their social and military organization Some observations upon the discipline maintained by them were made by 0Bnrrlngton Brown We were greatly amused by a slhru lar struggle going on between a soldier ant and his working fellows at the mouth of their underground nest Some eight or ten of the workers clang on to his legs and antennae and tried to drag him back as be endeavored tto come out of the hole Although he was furnished with huge mandibles be did not lose Ma temper nor b7 to bite them ctit was evident that although tejr de tamed him by force they sever sipped him hard Durlngthe struggle they allowed two or three other soldiers to saunter out past thiem and go roaming by tbtiaa selves It appeared as if this partica lor individual bad behaved badly was under arrest and was now beIng pro vented from breaking barracks The end of the straggle was not vrlteeed by ns and 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