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hiram one town tp inothfer- r RhQ staidrirowWtligliwal Tialdbut hym took fathers Trodden by us and OurjsQiJB i Thk way passes the clioplbp i The countryman with hfsloadf lbebridejjrooni ud tiride Ip 1A4TbtTSY iroctisl4rt I iOfyjuug askjctres Road P Oh the Vagabond Road have you seen it JSow dcscrIbeibin words GLen ca i ten jfcntjiaiitlnff Haunted by sjveetBinging birds ti1pur5uibgits peaorc- A flyoc1 Iurcan falls tr J 1taplng nScetdii qcployiugandtl know not but surely 5De1icloutlendlitg So be it in riothinrat all hlglt Thrice LliereChurch ahdmarket in viewbt1avcI the turnpiku tlind there flXIUyabocle 4lhalt for a moment VWhenQ one is by And throw a long glance vs4 Far far down the Vagabond Road 7iS Rea4 OpodalUi 1h Augiiii LippitJCOtt2 a LwTho recent at1i of Gen Caius Cayth i iidLion of WhitiiHa1 at his TaWofls liottfqihiViadison coiint recalls to the mind of somp of ihe Older Inhabitants SprintCfpldiia Visit paid by that guished gentlemen to tills RJace many earsago or before the vBfof the rebellion GenClay Hvai a Strong abolitionist aud was very aggressive iind vigor ousin prQclairaiDg his Views on i that quesUoix L that titnethe l during ijpf abolition AVS by no Cleans pbpuar in this section or for that matter in any partoj kentilchy where livefl many wealthy r slavo owners Gen Giay had made an appointment to speak at SpiTngiield and on account of his well known views ttit coming Was not Jitely to be reticelved with apygreat degree off re Husiasm but dhtre other hand ihere were said ia bo mut teruigsof a threatening nature agalnst hulL GehXlay hovvevoij jiSlfiing daunled appeared jjiromptty on Jiimo and utwili fetatidingvlhe unpopularityXf ilie cause which he espoused there was a larjEje crowd assembled at tJfe Qlirt House when fhe time Smciforihq speauing to begin G6n Clay mounted the rostrum alnIu ominous silence and in a itIti Cold ihathe would not beal ow d ft speak his viefrsiu SpringftVld iVri the slavery question buti said Jie i am hear to stay until i Jli ve finished my speech and I wont sund any fooHshnesj With that he deliberately drew irom hIS pockets two heavy pisj tpls and placing them on the tublfe before him proceeded with his ora ion His audience gave Gjm Clay strict attention from the stait and such was the power pM is arginuents that many were Ipnyertedlo his way of thinking before the close oMis address jr V Y H E SCHOOL There lusi y been a good1 many inquiries rrbni people of the district c6n 111opningQrrtded School for the comiti session Although worlc has corn menced on the new school build lingvilis apparent from the naturej QjtHlVmgs that the building will n6t jbe ready fur occupancy until Fear lho clogo of the school l months if then Th school trus tees have the matter under con sideration and they will make the bfisto rrangeinents possible under jthe dlrcumstinccs This uiucli is atirth1 and that is that there wfl b avsuhdol tormof at lenst live months Jf thenew school house J3jQlof Toady by that time the 1 r tpes mustl provide quurters Qnpterm inscilbol means maC in the lif06fcfli B at eertajn tnnps and vhe Jshpujd be no jn trrupttqn tlic oureifstiC- athing tif cboiivoi1dde- finito i ar1angement 1lb j maaein ihc mtv ier slioitlS bythe rustees and duly announced SS- jp Apse road quo oni L will not down and from all over the county come complaints fjcdnV citizens about the condition i ofthe highways The roads in some parts of tii6 county have become so badly wvrn that sorce Heroic mgasuns must be taken reclaim them It appears tto be a very short sighted policy on thepart of ihe county ofliiivls to delay adopting system that will tiot only stop the detoriauon injj the condition of the roads but will also build them up The old time method attempting to eep the roads up with hand h beaten rock is entirely indesuatQ The county should buy itf trocJc cruslicr or two or three oftfiem and put them to work Iwwill cost something of course but we dont belfo o that there is a taxpayer in the county who will tubject to the expense for itSvili eonoinviheiongrunF German EehetralingJ iInlirient is aimJfeiyr ondcrfui- lfcn applied its application is cokfastcie and reliev Et herpaiji in a few miuutef Sold bj Wood Campbell ill1it a ll rroFgi would cough nearly al nightiong rileS Mrs Chasii AJppegate of Alexandria Ind and cpujd hardly get any losp l had conStimptioa sbtjadjhat if I wlvlUcd a blockgwould copRh fii hifully anad spit blood but when alt othe medicines failed three 10 bottles of Dr Kings New Dis covorywnoilv cured me and gained 58 pounds5 Its absia lutely guaranteed cure COughs Colds LV Grippe J3ronqbijs and all Throat und Lung Trou bins Pjice SOc and 100 trriJ bottles Tree at G J HaydonV drugs to re 5For n lazyJivor try hambcrluhis and Liver TablctH They invigorate theIiveri aid the digestion icgulatc the bowels anti prevent bilious atdzks For sale by Haydont drug ore A Serious Chapfio A special from Lawrfncoburjr says Will Higgirs and Richa d Bishop the negroes who were arres ed charged th attempting to assault Misses Lter ha Lam nd Bertha fJunuin five miles west of here have been taken to Shelbyville for tale keeping tlure beiirg feat here of a lynch 1rp1pabut 0 oclock yesterday rnrn ing for the purpose of picking blackberries When Kss than a mile front their homes two jiiegftes ran out of a den tu CKft and attempted to crirni na ly assaut therathreatenin then with death if thoy ma 0 an outcry Both girls nevertheless scrtaui iied aid began runiiing toward the house They were pursued ibytho neKn cs for sjvoral hun died yaids aliL were almost in their ciutches when trieir cries at traded the aiLention of n neigh bor and the negroes a ere riglit ened away Tne dresses off the young women were torn from their bodies The alaim Avtls immediaely given nod a large posse be an scouring the surrounding cuun Uy Tho negroes were arrested near Pl aanU Valley church about thirteen miles from the city Buti sty they live nonr Chaplin Nelson county Then arc conflicting repoits asto whcihor tile prisoners woo fully identified by the young women but allthe circumsarccs are against them and it is gen orally accepted that they art guilty The fueling in the coin muniy is greatly aroused by the affair and the removal of tho prisoners was a wise precaution HayflousBrnistorG fill Buy It Bad You assume uOrisk when you ho y Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea lletncdy Haydons drug store will refund your money If yon aro pot satisfied afyr using it Itit i AYGty where admitted to be the BUccej0f ul c nedyin use for bowell complaints JinUihi onlyoiit4hat never faija It ia pleasant safe and reliable c Digests HiiaV you CI Must Pav for P pcr Bepplawho allow ndwfpa icrs to come Jo1 their addreiSxyear after year taking then froni tile ijostofflce and reading them and then refusing to pay fr themare respectfully referred to the folldwing dispatcluvvfiich appeared in WednesdaysCqur ier Journal Henry C Mopney a Knox county farmer took tire Vincenues Capitol cut of the postoffice regularly but he re fussd to pay tor it claiming hQ hid never subscribed for tilt paper EUior Georje OJook tiled suit and in court Judge iou ibton awarded tho editor udgment and Mooney vilf have to pay 92 anti costs Ifqiits wants a newspaper he should pay for it If ho doesnt watiP10 should pay what he ow s und p stop at The law is tfeat it is a raud to leave a newspaper inJ the postoflico without p yicgiipj h4t iis atreddy due BralaiiY fortnrcilr i A case came to light Hat for 4 persistent md unmerciful tor t ture has perhaps novel bear qudled Jue Golobick pff Cdlusu aif writes For 15 year I ndured insufferable pain Iron Rheumatism and nothing re t ieyed me though I tried every s iiog known I came across iLctricBittrs and its the i reatest medicine on aaith fox hat trouble A few bottles oft completely relieved anti cured t me Just as good for Liver ands Kictney troubles and general de ulLy Only 5jc Satisfaction ua anteed by C J Rajdon ruggist Kentucky Pair Dates t The dates for the vanoun fairs rc Oxed as follows Richmond July 136 days Crab Orchard July 22 4 days Georgetown July 21 5 days Cynthjaiia July 20 days Guthrie July fl3 days Danville Aug 14 days Madisonville An days Lexington Aug I4ti lays Fiin Creek Augj 1H days Lav renceburg Aug 184 ays c Shophcrdsvillc Aug 18 4 days May yTlle Aug lOr4 dayiiShelhyville Aug 35 dayst Springfield AuA 264- laysSUardstown Sept 15dys Nicholnsvillo Sept 1I days Eizabethtown Sept day Bowling Green SopL 11- t days t Kentucky State Fair Owens boro Sept iM ltl day Henderson sept iJ 5 4iyI Company of Militia t A Lexington special sasIol Uo er Williams r turned from Jachs6n this tnorn ug alt will make Mrranveinon s for so ngfCpt B J 1jwen tio princi pal witness ihcrn this ufternoon ol Williams has isu ciordrs t for the Jyntiiana eompuny to form the guard for the court when it convenes ihcro on July 27 to try lett ainj Wliitcv Ho will have for his ndju ant itielel apt Groonkaf Ser rt Roy of Louis viMp will act as quartormast r Mijj Ed wardsr who has heen in elmrgB tt the carnp ut JacUson ioV- several days pnscd through here this inori ing en ruteio Cyyirgton Bear tbeihe hid oattt rTA S li eu tF1O111lO I UrAtstNrY J Frank J Cboney nmkpH oath thit tic is senior partner of the flrmof J Cheney Ct doing birjmrns hi thc City ol Toledo t ountv and State aforesaid and that Raid firm wilt pny tho sum of ONE 1IITNDRED DOT LARS for each and every ease of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the of H01a CaUrrh urn FRANK J CHHNEV Sworn to before me and subscribed itimy presence this Gth day of Do cetnbfer A lDj 1880 AW GLEASONN SRAL Notary PubliQ Halla QaUrrh Cure fa taken inter nalfy and acts directly on tha blood and mucoussurface of the system Send for testirapnials freo F5T Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 76c Halla Family JPlllanre thebO- stihodOiLIyspepsia Cure Dlflcsts what you eat INTtRESTING liBJG Recallsthe Story of Thrilling A f venturespth Indians in l Pioneer Days ofjrphnr has in l1k sesiol a silvel buckle of suips AyorlJtnansljfp ich she v tjies highly on ac cuut of its hiltory and the ro jjnUntic taleofadvcntuieeonuect editli iro oniuniewt once l belonged to MOliie Hardin Mr b Lodoa ri11V guindinatherI handWife1JfleetMpliie Hardin vas captured by li Indians fvlarch 20th 17BO thuManyrtil othor pidficir settlors an heir irunilies hp were on theil tivuyftomJtualjy to settle I Tho story of MrsIIardinsaJ VbBtu res and sufferings while jj itptivp amomgihe savages is n title of hacdship rarely equated She together vlth several other tjot women arid chiWrah captured atI thc jtitno time were tilren b red sicil4 to Canaxlat and therer tirunFverscttliiiv inny thriljiog adventures flna1e ly made hot t sea c from Ownad find with her little son Robert made hot way by slow stagvt bucTf to Kentucky She was aslrii on part of her journey bthen George Washington whc Was ileu stationed upar Phila delphia Ii the uienntitne her husband of iIouii Hardin ah l those of tiao company who were nut captured J hudscttUd Ill Washington coon ty Ky They remained then till about L700 wlu n John liar din Wm Hanlin and ono Car isle built boats in Washingtor county and with their families p- Lt5lit1 aattjiing a pla o fur tRc homo Tb y JancrlwdI thfii barpos on tho lJe ch Pork pass iitg into ilii Itoliinp Porlr thtnrt o Salt river uid on lh bosom of thcbcAiitiful Ohio wor bornco the mouth of Sinkinjt reek The Ohio befnjj full the siscondrtl Sinking civtk st yr r f iniUs to tli Vf ills Thoy looker ubiut for n location fl1l fftuml ar cxcellont Spring and builijijilllii tbeiv which is the origin olt ill dir shnr Ureckinridge COUP ty K Them thoy re rim nod im it mckstid ffL three years an wen hupY pH pio They cut ivvatod1 the soil and tlnir LU41i tltVy fouiid Iii the voo ls gaintl jug very plentiful The Indians at thw tulLe diCteu them and mode frt quunt at act upon tliom sUalit g tlnir iiorsc riul Killiiiir the men whemvc hey con Id do so Carlisle wtu killed there he and John Hardir having jrono out for neat I Afier iiiiijgiy ti rilling a lvn lures vi h thj Indians dunn which IllS two com an inns wet killed John Hardin moyrd vjtlS tls wife 10 Helms Fort iiiIKlizalHtMown where he olituln ed employment on a mill Old reoeivid for his pay twollmale p if 4 he carrj iugoiu horpf liis wife tlu oitier From tiLilac he succeeded in linancial jvf fairs and boujrtit lin ittrISpringtkld iii Washington cmiij ty Ky aiKteold jpork toItractors fpt ho army antI re ceiveil his Iat full of French crovi s Heaiso b ciine a sliive holder and al yoalthy11 man lie anti Mary bpth d ud aiui were- buried mat SpritjgtiHd Ksy heir children were as follovis Falling halt means weak bohI sThenfeed it IvitK the only hair food Ayers Hafr Vigor It check falling hall makes the haij HairVigoii grow completeiy cures druff And it always rcstorc color to gry hair all the rich dark colorlof early life an414ft1raIItnirVtSor It filtl fMilTijlt uuJ mr lr n I u to bt ftsuico L ALtz IizbaJ4f- 1ibo4tu J 5rit a- ra11tnffjf I fcsffepliietiiHardtQ born in Perfnsy yaiiija March 7 1775 Itobqiist Hardin born in r Kflftiisyl jiia May 0 1770 Lewis afdmborn Ierjt1 Mich Qc 29 I7O Ilantiaii Stardin born May 19 I1763 Nancy BUrdm born Doe 4 1785 Elizabcth Hardin born Jan jfei 11hoiitrite buckrusj andjad in the possession of Mrs togsi4T don was secured by Mrs Hardin during her captivity among the Fre l iii caiuttln was given to ci Mctniiai Fiiciiti who in tarn gave it 16 his daugfatejc Hannah who is a sistr of Roberts ack and TomvHarditi all 4i one t tmo well knpwncttizens of tbitt county Mrs LojsUQD4ijberit d e relic from hHv graodjgpthtin r Top A Hordiu and sayeraJ DthercltJeans 91 tilt oounty arojjrandchHdron of Mordcai Hia Vciy Rcfflaralie ur fl1FiiOC About sis yearn ago for the irs1 tiiniu my tile I had n sudden and savere attack 6f diarrhoea sjyffMr Alice Miller of Mprgan TfiXae Itlempurary relief hut it canto bnok again and again and for six long years f have suffered more miwjy ana 1 agony than I can tell It was orse thati death My husband SpCflt bun eds of dollars for phybici ii jsrc rl tiOi3B and treatment without j ail Finally vvo moved t Josqae iiitv our present ariilonp day t happened to see an advertisement of Charobertafils Colic Choletvi anQ Diarrhoea Remedy with a testimonial jrtt min wbojiiul been cured by itcase vaJLso similar to iuy dvn rcuiedyI l I iiardly realize that yris well again r bfliovffit could be o niter flavins j9 suffered long but that one bottle mrdifinOyCotidg but ajjpw Cents trctl nu For sate by Hajdeu ragstorc tL jjjtt takea Little Early Rirtr ft vttll constipation b1Hoi J8iBs afld livetrroubles Deivritt tiijtfe IarlytULser are different from rfeflicr pill lIcy lon t gri m ihtir cis of the slOtS ivh liyw ard bowels hut care by ciitiv aroiifuHR tlie sec ctionV aii1fiviitjf strength lo these orgujts Sold v C Havdou IA Sportsmanjs Mecca t Thrfre is no more delightful place in the Western Hemisphere For outdoor life anti perfec port vitli rod and gun than the famous Muskoka Lakes region f ho jllighhirds of Ontario tbotft IrH north of Toronto inoeing is one of the tnaqy sures the district e Grand Trunk afTorcbii tthtts and comfort whirling ts passengers through some of ho grandest scenery on earth hands UC 1UStAt descnip ive in tUT sent free to any ad ir ss on applicjiuon t B McC Siiii h mthorn passen r Ageut Grand Trunk Kiilway i2l Woodward Ave Detoi- o fteeinp to Kentucky Tor Safety Th ies a imia that wont ome tiff toclay and it Qxtoids til the way froir Chtricsliu to n AfltQflitft is caused by tinnmindiiieni that thotorfi ifd negroes are Ueeing for saftt from Indiana to Ken ikJ We have a food deal o siy up hero in tlu North and fP vuh voices trembling with horror l ird indignation abOut the dat rageojj treitmeai of the negroes Jov n So ah butNvith the recol Sections of ttiC outbreaks iu JUi nois Indiana and Delawarei and with the facts beorp na that the negroes are seeking i ainotig th very people WhiIveII have 4iiregarded as their persfcUi uHfj it way bo possible for us to suspend judgment aiicl let the IOUttii work out the problem in its own way Wccommend tue jcolornl brother to thrjhoppilaHly off KcnlucHy and we ask for him San sylum and refuge uqttl cnn hot Ncrthmtrurroillias cooled tifile rntly for us tqallowl Im to return t o Itdia a Chrcftgfo tst have practiced ti1CdjtliJf r f tIt4IcTulii1libiCitl5ih11lile i u a rcutey fe IvhpepiR but liitvtt evcr beetialle tb Ittf asytliiiig tli fwouC affect a care urffS r dKooll i Dyspepsia Cure I hav it VvwiiUf omai tro tblcfof yiaj C4uiddiiii eat aitytkliig ltut mic toaE to Siiciit1t intjc 1 IVci1ol Jtiat rLt ant Plild felkktit my hen1t ui bet n i evne wn tt lity iifo can for KxIuJ frittiitsavednyrfeldtkjwill ciu tty ea e of Di f 3lcen aStlirestedM I Stt5rrSvtFD Ili IIL1ISIry lashmfftoi littii Theree nfe promise of Russia that she wouldvvithdray all op position to ttie opeaihg of two ports in Machuria to the dom intrceof the world is rearded Ia orncialand dipIOmati circles as one of the greatest triumphs of Secretary Hays diplomatic career and even certain JSritiah t statesmen have seeh fit to don gratu1ko the Aoaerican eOrea ry of State on this happy ending of vhaf Vat oin tiniQthrcateried strained relation s between Rus ii and the fJnited Stats While cherOquartefsr especially in Japan to regard Russias promises as rthy ol Titfle credence it is pointed out that the supremacy f DeWttt in Russiail affairs ugurs well for their perform e aiice DeWitt as Minister off faFinance has learned by bitter expericnce the inexpediency of acquiring reputation for breaks t ing promises to other none t tnd its he is about to lie made chancellor of the empirea posi1is iOn almost ariaJagous to that ol deputy Czar it is beliared hlit Cpunstl wiilprevail Incident ixlli itis worthy ojv nptj that Russia having fldisedthe IJnr ted States Ambassador it could nQt receive the Ktsnenel pelition p Secretary Hay has pronounced that a closed incident d The prediction made in these letters last March that them President would call Congress in special session on November to complete the ratification oi tho Cuban treaty has4 received nositiYQ gQPOrroation in tht shape of afiauthorizedstatemoni ntc1enator Lodge nf DCS terBaylafter a long discusstbn with the President Contrary to circulated in sotno quaTrt tcrs this specfal session is to bt of an enabling act by loR the Cuban treaty will be put inc orce That if the President wishes are rep cled must bt disposed of bofore the cbnsidera j ion ofjany oiher important j jiusinessi l but Senator Lodge J ajso adds that the President hopes there vcill bo timeVfor tht considotalion of tieedecl fitfacciar legislation j yTherethe President is discussipg verj earnesty wilti callers at byster flay this summerf so earnestly that it is safe to predict thait bjth will receive spqcill tioiict in his annual message to Contt gross Onels ibe subject of im migrationT Nearly a millioi aliens cpme to thu United Statll last year and generally speaking hey woraof the Je stdtsirablti classes Attention h also been Wiled to the lAct that this cIiiff ifiimigratite dOts not go wesn wherpit isdesirilble to settl6iip thecountry and where emplti ment at good v y ges iseasy tx sfcure butferaains in the bi cities crowding tho slums One breeding iinarcfty4 dteccntett and clisease JNew York alon Satmilated SO percent ojfla yearns iramtgrntipn and but IB er cent went west of the M si5 issippi Ah earnest attempt was c made atthji liis essiuu Of Con gross by Senator Lodge and other leaders to sccura an edu j1 caiional est fOr immigrants comi n g to this country with a viewto elimlnatinj the inor6 ignorant but Senators Elkihs i Gallinger aud others Iptereatei in a largo supply of cheap labor 4 fatedjbo proposed restriction The otbQr subject in Avhiett the PrcslQet is sttowing oxcep ttonal interest is the rovision of the public land laws By the pevvOTdiun P futile spirit xttlleast of alib stone aVd timber iicl the desert land act and the odrainn ttion clauioof 4hd iiorncstead act tlfis public laniis are fast being ftccjuued bygreafc corpora lionsio thodef oat of tjia Ameri iiiin rinciple of sinai itoldings by ititilyldualOwners m fumers- ri19cLiat1es bill r tctdin tjtlie list Gongicss provided for they repp lol these acts UnJit is 1ielleve1 Mr Roosevo vwlUoaiv nocly itdvoitcr thp 1cibQt1aCtQr nudoirtdtfraiitqf tha1or a imt Vlar raottsirre JS3 ftXrvtdbyUtt stgnatorp ta on every box Ot JUi6genulM tUxative BrorapQuimoe Tst1 bit renod tht cures a e ld ScLobanoh Locals tiir r From Tha Enterprise v Marion county is threatened again with a smallpox epidemici Jfe At Cal yary S members of T B iT Mattinglys family have the dis ease one of John MaCtinglys and one of Jim Mattinglys lam ify have it Near Bimmsin this county there is one case of fhe disease The families JaayStf been quarantined Buck Hudson a tbIveye r v old colored boy who is generally p called Tracy the outlaVr wafr in the police court Wednesday harged withshootingat Reynolds a little wlute boy of the snie age with intent to kill The phooting occurred in ti fieli back of Hoods orchard July where Reynolds and several other littla white boys verisgathVt ling berries The weapon was 22 calibre rifle four shots were vrjr fired passing so close to the vin tended victim that he could hear Ile bu ets vhizzitlg Beynol5S5 o titled that the negro told hinx he was going to kill him Buck o a lirejtty tough proposItion anti 4 several complaints have bee lodged against kirn Jjodge Thbraas hold him over tp await r he action othe grand jury and tie was taken back to jaIl Ed Buckuer colored an ernjC love df of the R B Lancaster Mill Co met with a fetaFlicc ent Wednesday Jmorninjr He wasloading meal in a car on the ain track near the mill In reaching the car he had to pass between two other cars jab nt twelve feet apart on the side track Below on the side trjackw peafLauhams lumbermill wfiS Jf another car which the freight backed up to couple totTle Vv train struck thtar with great J force pushifig it rapidly tp the box car which stbcdr Between Buckner and the other boxcar Buckner was caught between the bOmpcs of jlheiitwa ars and carried ten ortwe1vc eat Whentaken oat ikwjsnCt thought hci was dangeroujly md jureJ though he sufferedgreatly- He wag carried lo his bme aniL ied ttbout three hours later Ier eased was 45 years old arid a- gbpdhand S MrEdwardkedley Pja232 ears of age soil of the late jo epli Medley of near Bofetto died at the home of his fljpt er Tuesday morning July21lrijifter- n illness of but a few weeks or typhoid ver during which tike Uiis condition chauged unUt the ina1 summons came I ceascd3- Aas the oldest sonramadelyjpjii5 man a good chjristian and pqefi- iient to his superiors His depth vas a sad blow to the mdow d mother wtio has the sympathY1 allin her bereavement Th9t faneral was held ac St Boz Uxirch on Wednsay tli StbCaarr1io1 Vyhen the stomach is overloaded vW food is Jakenlsto it that fails dige8t itdecays aol iuflarae tfiil Vnucou membrane expoaiag tbc erves and causes the glands to e rete muciUj instead ot the natural1 jmcca of algestion ThU is called OatarrU of the Stomach ibryOral suffered with Catarrh of the Stomach r Ttnntnr aVmfll atisedby hidtgctib iricdlcinea laiVedtolcneflt meuntilI asedKodbl Djrapep CureTR Rh7i CoppeU1IexaS Soldby- IadQn stSWak and older people are eamictec1 from inactivitY eItke kidneys With fCtblONeSS ande jhe kidneys become sluggaziJl not expel the impuritie fott1e system that nature inteiijiIdt should For this purpose ayat ejccialtY iutendc4ljt assIStM 1Hute by restorlnB the kidneys tO a bijI raud active conditioii Sold bX rwf Campbclls For R inf Jtoom formr1y c cpi jY i rPostofflce alfo OO1flOflU 4 s floor above Firc5h1htL water furntslfd- PeoplesDaposit Bank TlieFoffl1tiOI Noulshmcat Is thaIhealth Itfcstrengtb Ko i4lvepIa Oire Is the one tiat enables the stomach a dife t Ye orfiaua to dige5t aitiiit i transform all foodi lINtO kiwii jpt blood that nourishes te acvII feed t the tissues Xudo4 jiyi liil foundation for health KktiK ii the rest IndigastlMi DyIpln- il atsordcw of the loipiwll Z gcttye orgafl are bj tuimaf Kodol Sold by C J HV o5 I4IIIDPSPS u i NWSLADR pLLgXD TDYTKt11WAYoe j IAYKALIN ADVANCE i PMMQFIELDKY i i JlI pAVISON Jr 4 x JsStMai se i4ItoUe 10 ctato n5mUWttoCMto siaiMWs ad political aattwr pr1i Jei work Is doM at low rates but easb i aWK M paM ci delivery of goods Aictta1lg contracts made oa liberal r r w OMfcMrlM Hd resolutions of respectS v tJ1iM unt Mastrate 350 jffS ttOIIeKIP 500 DMktO 4 w1C1JO nnnispAY JULY o IBCS tt For Circuit Judge a anS We iura authorized to arincronce the1s CHJLKLES PATTESON tt office of Circuit+ a casdldate for the Jt ojotimi the Eleventh Judicial Dtorict composed of the counties ofly Marion Taylp Green and Washing t Hlljec W fbeDemocrabcprimary S Ccmiweat 1 Attorneyalo IV5ara authorized to Announce 4 Jl LDJRRAM Gxeen ccuntyia a candidate for thEre offics of CpmraojiweaUbs Attorney aobject to the action pf the Deuio cratic party in this the vEleyentb Judicial district composed of the entities of Washington Marion Taylor and GreenneJ orCrcttf Clerk f c IVe are authorized to announce MR PM CAMPBELL as a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Washington county Tfovflnber election If elected will be diSPar State Senator f reWe4 HARRY LANCASTERno o of Marlon county as a candidate r f the oAce of State Senator from thiS r 15tli Senatorial district subject to t sui1For RrttativeteWe are authorized toannoance Mr WILLIAM D OLAYBROOKS- DS a candidate for the ocithet Representative in the llower 0 house of Kentucky Legislature from nitab The selection of a jury to trw eri+ tib7juros were sworn and admbn Jished and the defendants waived J the formality of arraigment and stored a plea of not guilty TM opening statements have 4 been made by the attorneys for the respective sides and the hearing of evidence has begun rb list of witnesses has been iilcreased to 135 but it is not prob 1S4inoneiwribeiutroduced The tSdefense made several motions iora continuance all of wblch ware overruled by Judge OIborne IGov 5eckham has appointed f Charles B Poyntz Democratj and Gtorge Denny Republican w members of tbeState Ejection t Commission Appellate Clerk Jo vtShackelford who iU the third rjp mberof the commission w illi fcall a meeting at an early kite Commissioners Sale I G W RosSc VII PJfttLydla Ann HilJo By vlrtueof a Judgment and order J of sale of the Washington Circuit 4Coert rendered at the May term thereof 190 in the above cause I tbeJJIPM MONDAY AUGUST 24P03 Jr M2 oclocfc pmor thereabout be highesthiddari errdic of 8 and 12 zontbs1the fpl lowisg described property towit A tract of land lying and being in Washington county Ky on the waters of Glens Creek and thus bounded towit Beginning at 1acluster of hickory bushes on south teWof Cornishville and CrossRoads I1thktsltries1ldRossaSMu Shewmaker running with the l1eace 8 7i W 49 4S poles to 3 an ether fence also to waakerZat1O4poles4 to a stone in an er private faraway cor to Mose Bai lMli8gParrots cor lu a small kat A at the distance of 70 2S cODtinuedfjj pt4t frosa fif we 3 from said Par j 5Fe sa said Baker s car make a dhectlteejniaBmir tf 15 Bios poles toa1 pit ia the middle of an old dirtwai running with Itst meander 4 i62311k Ie to u PPJnt in the of a14 5Sti 1Z82 poles tto the begiD t scoetainfng1 acres 3 roand Jt f ortMHIr haseprjcet the pur StS fpuicbaeer wIth approved rretlIr Ued must execute if A efJl laterest from t11 paid and h3dagttect of a 1ptt1menr rfwiltiJe required to coinp ly with theeeterws ItTOS A MEDECY M C WiCo ri ht triniIhTW01 the coIe you buy adds to it- s11iav thI cu- pLion CoffeecoflMc to yoU fresH and of full strength always iin sealed airtight packages Bulk coffees lose theif bealso1nia1MttOeUseIs FUNERALS IN GREECEj Th tseytko Aa ericcm Tr1st can ilatouristrecently re edtrntcler1t is a spc ctnclowhlch most persons of con vcntloa governed decency desire avoid because the body of the dead is exposed In an open hearse The coffin b3sl1LlIQwd bC1t1 but the bnnsand ninth df the body can bo seen from the side Trail as the procession moves through the streets The lid cUbe coffin nqaently rich j upholstered and decorated with gar lands and xvTcaths is carried on the hearse by the undertaker The priest the relatives end other mourners fol and as the ghastly spcctatlp moves ng it 13 customary for bystanders oi remove their head sehrand cross them selves In the Athenscemeterles graves nrc nted for a tcrm of years just like the habitations of the quick Only the TTcalthy ovrn burial lots This is In va arlnblytocracy TheKjpoor seldom dream of buying a llot toin5b Such purchnze would beseemed among them an un cessary iusury- At the end of tho term for which a sravc is rented the bones ire dug up accdIn a bag 1abe1e J1th thO nanu d date and deposited In general re ceptacle Xcw York Herald JRewar1More lost and stolen articles would be would adopt Isfferenttheir property said a headquarters detective the otbetdnrOf course honest persons do not Haggle over th muneration for returning a locket a dog or anything else But every one is t built along those lines It may sound very nice to say Liberal re ward If returnca o owner but there are different ldeaarof liberality Tb- m usually dwindles in the nuin4 of seeshtspropertytr than the finder It is tar more effective to set forth a definite sum in the advertisements Five or twentyfive dollars means maraI gerdusn It is not wise to be too explicit but I ne In cases out of ten a stated sum will ICrioffer This is nearly always true with atcheS with the owners noaograr- ngravOd a on the case as the pawn broker refuses to loan so much on nr cls so easily identified New York P resstRead Legs Tblalc Hare The average person of so celled culture who has leisure to read reads too much and thinks too little and in eon freshnesslitter saying that people generally rend too much nail read more than they carry tells a story of a man who had been a great reader but had changed his ways and people after be rend lless finding him much more interest ingl exclaimed How entertaining John was today He mnst hue been rending a good denlr Mere reading is a waste of time To conduce to intelligence the reader mitS- train the mind to concentration on the subject in hand anQ to concentration must be added the effort to clothe and transmit thought in appropriate phrase The Sailor Psalm How many people Inndsmen at all ventsare aware that one of the Psalms is often called the sailors psalm Itls of course Psalm evil wherein ccur the beautiful and fain iar words They that gt down to the sea in ships that do business in great waters those see the works of the deepTheof the simple services wlilcb take place thatIIpsalm London Chronicle The floadto Success It is well for the young man to remember that if he finishes blJ educa tion as a skilled farmer orstockmnn or fruit grower there are plenty of goodIlawyer or doctor he may have to hunt long anti far to find a place and wait long before a good living is assured Rockford Register CourteouSmart is thecsee if I could fool you by getting busy with this newspaper ConductorI saw you but you looked gooddealmoney so I just let you read Baltl more American Au It Was Printed There Iis one woman poet in New nhtUtboaSheugpQeInrtheMy soul In a lighthouse keeper tbsgUy SOul Is a light hotuekeep 4 EacoaraglnDO peselinistevery kind of hard luck oa the list except hanging discouragedremarkedtiie shobutbatenovfk to tell Mm d ajpwrwblt truths rlilFer Lyttoii Jrlnone of the Ho eIsJanuort Aus branchesMteveaACTMtr = SSII6ii 3 fNews front The County 1 i iIi fM H ftnfn4 rft Inftftntsfrn fUUU1I ftftn ftnn 1sn Ilillsboro hisrsonfli MldMiss Myrtle Barnes who hat en visiting Miss Rena Shew chakerandl visiting atPerryvtlle thit i week G R Williams and wife off Bl Woomfieldr Mrs W EzraSutherland Saturday and Sunday Mr Wit j ms has a very bad case of Oklahoma fever The personal property of Mrs toNantie Baker deceased was sold at public auction Thursday r Col IL E Wayne There was ozlya small crowd present and things generally brought a low price Wheat sold at 71 cents F M Shewctakej lost a very valuable work mule last week The mule attempted to jump aj Minton ferce ana hung on a sharpened slat which penetrated almost through his body Mr S ithewmakerj m 0ulej nd was to deliver it in a few days There is talk of organizing a 1ofitIow vote for Belknap for Governor The Club will use all fair andI honornblemeans to induce Bor Fohn W Lewis to be a candidate for Circnit Judge Mr Lewis very strong here with all pat ties who expressed themselvps for him on the grounds that he would make one of the ablest Judges in the State The farmers are getting des uerately blue over the droughtt 0The wheat crop was almost a fffailure while the oat and hay crops were nothing extra The corn and tobacco crops the main lope of the farmers are now from the recentdrought nd should it continue thy for a fewf more days the crops will be ruined It iis the cpinion of many that the corn and tobacco crops will not be more than half a yield Misses Janie Settles and Lulito White two charming youngj ladies of the Penwick commuiii i ty visited hero several days last week much to the pleasure Cf some of our young men Come a an girls fur your coming bringsjoy v The angel of death visited this community Wednesday night and ok from our midst William Biros in bis fifty Orst year of age Mr Burns had only been in this vicinity fcr a short time but had won the confidence and respect of all His death was caused by ttyphoid fever and came as a severe shock to his family and community His funeral was conducted by Revl Jesse Robinson afterward his re mains wcro interred in the Rock Bridge cemetery to await the resurrection morn He is survived by his wife and six children who have the sympathy of many fdends in this their sad hcur ctI afflictiQnlIn reply toour worthy Moores yule correspondent will say that I was not at all offended at any thing he wrote and so far as I know no one else wasp while wr did nut agree with nim I will assure him that I am as far rom having malice in my heart to ward anyone as heis Your correspondent is in no way coo nected with the free delivers only as a patron and most cer tainly know the benefits it haT long1tripsgay the mail or to naila letter we do not agree with our brother in regard to his position being berofeIthe r the way the R F D carriers are becoming so popular with tbaljlinj BookftpII Miss Louise Settle is visiting qm friends in Louisville Dr John Yates and Bettie Cummins called in your town onday last Miss Pairie Lyddane enter jtamed last Friday in aver r arming manner Tbb eipresjj ent were Cora TrentNancy andI Bessie Boblit of Springfield II BettlerLelaand Flora Fallisville Nettie Ophelia and Jen MoorerLouis- ville Walter Wells Claud Cheat ham Prof Gibbs Wiliisburg Nea1Boblit and WillRusseh of Springfield DC Yates Edd and sWillHam Sweeney Marion1 Boblit qBurnett delghiful evening Hardosly Schoohouse Mrs Emma Yancey spent last weekwith relatives here leMriing her daughter Mrs Sallte Goodlet at this place Several from here at ended Couniy Court Monday MaudloDtted y enrolledJMr R L Gray and sistersi Ollie and Martha spnt last Sat urday night with Mr nod Mr Evan Sale and attended church at MackvilleMrs Wiiliaras returned h one from Wiliisburg Saturday evening where she has been vis iting her daughter Mrs Maggie M qcillvoybu was said to be heLter Saturday iss isWhibeen the pleasant guest ot Mi- llieO Parrish WiIIisbura Mss Eloise Durrett of Bloomfield is the charming guest oft Mrs1 Motch Hyatt this Veek Mr Will Durrelt and family f Springfield John Durrett td wife of Wakefield station Mr IW S Gibbs and wife of Ehgle wcod spent last Thursday with DrM W Hyatt and wife Mrs Mary Hughes spent last Saturday and Sunday with friends at Seaville Mrs A B Wells of this place and Mrs Will Wells of Polin visited friends and relatives at Liwrenceburg last week Mfs Sharp of McAfee is speeding the week with her so flI Mr Jock Sharp Quite a number of boys attended the meeting at Harrodsburg and jCornishville last week MsS Rtmsdall of Mercer cour ty fjiDsIand family this week Mjilton Gilder andwife spent lastjSundayl witi friends at Shii llohi Mr Arch Birchwife and daughter bud Mrs Ed Reed 01 jLoujIsville are guests of friends lat fBirchwood Mr Dee Poulier has purcbasd Mr Sam Miltons farm at 50 pert acre Mr Milton has the western fever and contem plates going west this fall We regret to hear of nfs removal Dr J C Gihbs of Orr and Mr Stinnett of S innctt we visitors at Mr W S Gibbs In week J L Searcy and family are guests at Mrs W W Hyatt Mrs Fannie Rogers of Fen wick was the guests of T J Millers Saturday and Sunday Dr Mollwood Hyatt has in Boston several days on betI ness Pulliam Everyihiog ii suffering very much in this vicinity on nccocnt J wea1herj and family were and Saturday rel tives and in anIentlrecrops I j Relieves Instantly I CatarrhpU Sore Chest Frost BiteshAnd all Soreness cf the Skin and Muscle 2k SOc 100 Bottles All Druggists J Haydon Li 4 or7 Fishing partiest are the order of the daTcodry to wc rk lJN Gordon and wife sere in S pri gfi 11EifnOWllcitj terrcd Rockbridge Josepll SCaseelwhpwas born and raised in this vicinity was shot by a saloon keeper at rederi kstewn Saturday July 1 8 and fdiedSunday night following His remains were in tterred at Rockbridge Monday Funeral Iservices conducted by Eld Ji AfSimms V If Mrs Francis Young ision the cir list Mr EHas Perkms aud wife of atham Spripgs were the guests of John Perkns and family of Wiliisburg Thursday Frank Hardin and wife were the guests of J N Gordon Saturday Ada Jenkins is taking music ssons on the Organ J N Gordon teacher Eld W E Summers will thelfirst Saturday and Sunday in August J Miss Gillie Walls of Kirkland is takingmusic lessons on Organ N Gorgon teacher blacltvillo Gardens and crops of all kinjis are suffering very much hOrn the droulh and they will be utshort if it does not ram soon Mrs Nan Riley who ha been uite sick is able to be out again Rev Hobbs and wife speLt llast Sunday at Vesle s Chapel where he filled his regular ape j ointment Oscar Mayes and wife Of Sey mour Indiana are visitirg tel tiyes and old friends here Wm Bupby and wife returned this week irom a short visit to A G Foster and family at Bardstown Cha les Ison of Pleasant Hill Mercer county was at the hotel Sunday night Diedlast weekMrs Wilson an aged and respected lady at the home of her daughter Mr Goly Shewmakermear this place Funeral services were conducted by W L Yancey at the Christian church Burial at Peters ceme ery We learn that a protracted meeting will begin at V Presby terian church here onnext Sue day Rev Overstreet will be as sisted by Rev Strickland cf Springfield and Uncle Joe Hopper as he is familiarly called of Perryville W P Hatchett sold 7 head of horses aged 5 to 10 yeirs to different parties on average of 75 per head also sold two calves at 12 each S C Campbell had anico 1000 pound steer killed by a snake bite Mr Campbell also sold o cow fir 20 ii T Lester sod two yoarlirjr steEr3 to Tom Perdor at 35 Joe Daston sold a cow and caK to John Reynolds for S2G 25 George Wycoff John Graves Jack Raybourne and Warren Briggs in company with Misses Ella Cox Johnnie Terrell of Rbnmond Jonnle vcbb of Lou- isvillei and Emma Cox were at Tathams last week Quite a number of young pea ple attended the tout meeting which has been in progress at Harrodsburg for the past two weeks ISiC Campbell slda bunch of 200 pound hogs to Kyler Shir Icy otf Tablow at 6 cents George Walker sold a bunch 3of2i143I at 0 cents Wycoff Case bought a 1 000 cow of Sam Campbell at 8 coats MOORESVILLEi We are having a drouth a ty present Our cropsWe suffering for rain 1 A largo cipwd of ladies and men took 5n the excursion last Sunday Mr Jas Montgomery gave a social to the young folks last ednesciay night Quito a large was present everything assed off quietly and all went o way wishing thehustand ostessman such occasions Miss May Tyler Ballard whot1 lives near Bolam spent the test two weeks with her sister hiiI- HH To Cure a Cold in OaeDGv Tab LuativeJrroma QUhIiflS s WM wldk H tIJan s Thi =t iiAiiiwW MiIiitllii wviHWa Ii The toners I Supply Bo1S3J QriI THOMPSON 1 GREEN 1tr I Is the place to go with wif1 Ipfpppil to fit get your Supply of 1- III FIELD SEEDS f j fjI ELLWOOD STEEL WIRE FENCES I3 Our line of buggies for the Spring Trade is beginning to f i ftif f1 THOMPSON OBEij iPRINGFIElj KY gt 1litfM o lPl1l m M 8 Good PillsAVers Pills are good liver pills You know that The best f l buyTheycure constipation LwteiSK Want your moustache or beard L UseLMrs Jas Montgomery She ra urned home last Sunday Quite a crowd of our people attended Court at Springfield last Monday Mrr Jas Cox and Mr rTrrl man of Anderson county visited Mr Jep Cox last Saturday They had a fish fry ac Mr Joe Beams About eghty persons partook of the dinner Mr Ben Cull and family Mr Jerome Thomas and family Mr Donovan and Mr Bunt visited Mr and Mrs Jas Cull last Friday and Saturday Miss Louise Settle is in Louis yule attending a house party atJ Dr K J Peakes Mr J W Sweeny bought of Wallace Seay a tract of land for 2250 This tract contains about t 00 acres Messrs Joe and Emmett Sette were in Louisville last week sell ing their tobacco Prof Lewis Calverts Show showed at our village one night only promising to come back Saturday night but he failed to show up Some pronounced it a good show while othera said it was of no account If it ever comes your way go and see him and judga for yoursalf Messrs Henry Offutt Sam Herman visited Mr Dixie Ham motid at Stringto An last SunI dayMr John Harrington of Spen JumesJI1Tru CASTORIAI Tor Infants and Ckilizca lbs Kid YaHIVI Aiwifs BMcM ar No Pity Shown II For tears falewM dterme cootiuu uslywatts FAGulledge Verbena AIIjad a terrible case f Piles cans llog 24 tumors Who all failed tiredII me Equally good for Burn and all aches and paine Only 25c atC JL Haydonp drugstore Kt ulrlaatloM Neeie- HeTbeastrologer described you ex n and marryoUSherDontouOthlDk It was a waste of money o consult html Why V tblngcrselflfyouStories t Coaiaart Thlak at Filter teLotsScholar She was turned to salt Teacherihto a what of snltf letthaItj t lIfe Art why do you say hes a wonderful ctor Reset through nffamatcar dramatic actualJym14epeoJlJe I kFew FacfSJ Longfellov could take Worthless ijieet apt T paper write a poem emit arid jtiak it worth 5000 v That Gftnius JP Morgan can write a few words oa a piece of paper and make itworthrooooOo ThtsCapiiLaAmechaniccantakea work it into watch springs aDd make it j w9r h8ac thmtt kill We can write a cheek for 1000000 and k + v ToughYouro NaturalftThere may be merchants who will tell ywij r that they have better stock than we have That Calf We have a good stock of all kinds of buildking material that we arc williuf to cxcbiujfe ior either Free Silver or Gold at a iwable profit That Corn n lentnSprnfeMLuthber C WAYS OF WINGED WOOERS Zncldemts nivxtratlmsT Ute C mlcal Side et Bug UeVoolng time brinsf to the frost tI comical side of bird life end aMtkeds are as varied among our ftethered neighbors as among ourselves The tre I ics ot dlgniHcd courtship tad its b7troweUknoW11ence ota rivnll intensified stairs Two purpldtlncjief raitars for the favor of tho tunic sparrdwlike inside 1 placed thcmsslvesl oa each side aboat a foot rom her and offered a B1uS1cal contest First one burst into raptarous teetheflne4shoulders more lovely tUB ererThe solo finished he dropped 1tckto his perch hind politely waited while hk rival poured cut his jnadrigai This alternate display continued several minutes and apparently the umpire eradidecision re following u Different was the method ottwa orchard orioles one In the Imssature plumage of the stcondyear the other In the full glory of maturity Tb was a wrangle accompanied by scoU big and avlnn vltupcratl9 freps Twgla Qlngto end if tbe theory af s 4ectiM I l HeatotIbadnystrlal the fair one ended it by a truly feminine scorn of theories el p ing with her plainer suitor leaving the gorgeous elder to console himself with another bride which he did before Ute sun went downCoU1ers Weekly War jhcre is besides a pleasure la order a jtery real feirof disorder A aeb a fire or a runaway horse aH Ms a sensation of terror IB the sffctattc tohnrmis supposed the last arraiMSrtef IMSU A civilized war would have awe tic rors for the sfo Jobber thai a est tager wese it sot for the threat it1 governed force veiled beUad thrjHsae tilio of Christlaa kWit are never quite certalm of aa arsay The diSciplined brigade whkh w ycaptures the eaemyM apUal aa tiad r ebyertheless the same badfea N its but tons as those whfci were fovkd with thoitpeOtanSebatMaaacZtheiflee manners at any steiatat 1a atirtiat 9t blood and tears sad Mate aad others oeter fortet the fet War is but the cruet ef the voteaM Thff at aaatterabte b erorba b Mfth Tho very perfeetiM oCHhe rip tint 1lIwMleMotmanfear that weHta MBliis iy tbs IWSMM Zlwsediis flMWsGuskhiter irkafk tht IIMverutiecsCrlttkkDWnt 1 MrrtIII W i his atyla was very Wb Hke Berths Oy B ts w ty CrittJct Thats wktf ea seed S 1114BoothsJa1IPtiUalph 1Ii BlieiQfl j lemeriaFruit and Ornament al tr grips vinit pragusrheubb thIflgf4tjhi1wnand Strawirry and gn 4qt1estH P1HILEEYEEt f 1 A5t We wouiIktuki tbrskt- he eolumM ot1Joar psv It there 11 JWT pmis tarbo baa 1 Gr A1t- t1tti f4 r Dztpt1IOt be curdt w alao IMM tiMir jalt MMk M io- uisesasasis at kiod t kaMtMftl OMtlVMitM usjdeatfuu la fact say tbl OMi iMM4 rttk tht n mtSSh or 1ilvtrt Tttt eecla Ia bs isMvI-s is all cih1i4 t li1fIoiJJllLl wjlh u4 sea4 JCMI CNM a- t00k r frtt of oo UW trtiA AttffiMt Fkwtr try I8 llat tle list Wa have assr- atJ 11 1ift II W- ioM1iim seor Iu iII Ihs 4r with roil Tb 15ut Ir t 1SIzINtGGNIiIWoo4hy KJ gjr Es- stDeWitt SALVE LC5VItt4Ccbks i I1zt L rt 0 F7ir w fl q NEWS SA Ii jtt rF MIIBORTOUJ t IUSSIDRNTDINTIT f ftETHElTlACTEIkiCt Yt Houf PAIN JtjpaGftLJfJi AU Dthli Wrk XY StrictlyJ f j P1 iit I ORIJ H LAMTONr i t S OWI01 4esiMsur t 4 RS 1JSIOCK I t j il IPIMGI1ZLD KY i forIar f owpl pePoiit ik QSo iMwrs 12 to 2 lr L WFGfclGSBY M1ORN1YA1LAW t r OiUi 9ytrt oyiuft Baair 1t1xmLD Jf f 444 T OF TRAIN UUXURr Tr TItat war SHBcer l z uS lIa1 ftr It0j be asked wy the1ralhorar Tdoet not pull passengers nt r a Wytr rate Bec tie It gives pas Mkjpn 10 much room comfort and MftjsfMd that Jt has to harry aton f iiftdl wtigfct fee wick passenger A iMMfcirtrs witching 100 tMia pulls at 4aioir12ctregbIngCOO t sd cootalafaif people t elgh li Mrmi toM skmulnjE the nasseneers isb JMa wpaf and chlldrea bat tI giki tQ ave tgel31 pounds w 1 peis if Wt WHgl1t per 2 PtJn wbttt rrecy teat Is takeai j Bstrsn eaaaet aterage more than j UTdI t1ilL bi Mlhrar carries free the pas iluirs 190 pound trunk and toads yrUfirtoim toilet iooIU JMitlng stoves WHetMDOkI8C rooms dining rooms wheelsaad ttec wtlTc which draws them My i IM Mde rery heavy In order to fit tbr jrtat streagth mule necec 1Mir IO peeLfv1w railway cottld dispense with r Mi1Stt aDs11uurlts and carry iiMu padted ctewly Inside and 1 0 ft tsfr Jew N fed raathacltle an tM T Ucks like the old stare and at iipr speed It evM pull passengers i la Siitiath io oetweatleth the price Citet 4d iUfe fcoglneerlng Maga Jf iIVfHli M T Jtal iReads TMk f tjf hair tertorers snldthe 1 aJKate of a steaaer whks len ii wbh4IMH ot tHs1a In It with the alcM the arctic rcgloas A man with I tfchr kb WM taU to zeta new cro- pCpss IrltlilB tM arctic circle Is a t ti MJHiMf H1kaTe seen whalers w 1 iHN jjit bald wkea they stayed at h iii Itr a year r two pmd got a new J eaij cf Mir every time they went to wMrtJapoW on a whaling expe slMfctii weIacceiiatforIt Thefarp tkfirlywi f aerto the land animals get O jpUr It k a provisiOn against the JZ WJMit the arctic winter ap fiijilhn the reindeer the bearat and- MT aaimals fet a thicker coat of hair eir InrI1t hair on th ha BMJ4l tad takKrM when you go far k a tact Now I dontfwaat you + Wak that ace the follicles of the ijr i r dead aew hair always comes e1I In atrtlwfa regloas Semetimes JWM a IMB Is apparently RS bald as Jrc X a Yfiuu I1t1 f lifies arnotkLi ft 4 nMiith ft to hope for UmPhD TLer-Ut Takutsk In eastern Siberia the rftsl annual range of temperature I- st rsjeJ It Tane from 85 above ta 7G am sere oNIONS AND LEMONS XM IS Jlea Preteetioxi la Cases of It CMt vt BS Olsekre v iF Mi a lttte lad I had often heard it i iWt the eating ct onions and 4 ImiM was a pro ectIOIJ against conta CJi diseases and when about clght iaars of age I had an oprtt nit 1titthaa for myself I had Spent tiNrwlBter im the city of New Orleans wltft la the spring yellow fever of a iwl t type made its appearance M4tac JIB urgent demafld for nurses i I fcaviai faith In what I had Beard cbei protective power of onions ondi MijMM I concluded to take what my tii called a ghastly rjjlf and made W apj4Sitfa at the Common Street host p wl for a position as nurse was ac jM anil entered at once upon a line betllJriiWiI kc atlag weekly with lemons Always iiklag the jest before going iijbcd Jy leek B ether remedy jfgkougb fT piiliehu was provided every mbrnlng u IM attaches At the expiration of tii teata week I was sw toBger needed I ipild left la aa vJgorou fiealth as when lf rtred the kelpltalI P taking my departure iI was rei liilaiM by the bead physician that hisI f ipifUclBe ka4 probably preserved my fJIiik1INeTertke1eMa number of iiiHU and attaches had died of tho Mrfr dMptte Mt vaunted radical abll Sfc jtef r feavlar the lastltatlon I acr ij alrtii the ctorWttk the fact that IbL JIOt wed his xtedidne but had ifttfi solely ape ny oaIeaieino iM4aa at wbt he Mid it was a woa t iirTtmAt It ka4 act kUJ d ne gad if it IWMeentIlIL 1101 OCCUIea 1 kai a simile ssflsee wIth salipx cues lm a ihiia thy lading the ala and a perfect pretKtia te myself fa ar ii aty aatoektM Medkl 4 4 t scorrs tso SbeaiseJtioI MsT panact aotritjon a lbs of MOT g ae sL 1 i 11 TOWN illllIHMNHHWWwII Local Happenlns of Interest I The FrMbMt and Lat ltII AH AbutYonrtir Friendsr ami Acquaintance r Buy your fruit jars aid your BtjgmrfroM Joseph A Shatter C W HaganV is the place to- go to get anything from washing 4cwn Pure 1Odwater not milk diluted served with shaved ice at Joseph A Shaders Nice fat hens eggs and choice frymgchickens always on hand at Poultry Kouse A new supply of bats bans masks mits and gloves very low at Joseph A Shaders BOEN To Mr and14rsC4 Thompson on July 26th a IS pound son Teddy Roosevelt FOR StEAbouV 5 squires of second hand tin shingles Apply to McElroy Shultz FOB SArA secondhand phaeton in good condition Enquire OlE L DaRison Jr NEWS LEADER office u somethinggood ask what aveiPu got He can always satisfy you i The mustering officer will be here Saturday night to muster in the new military company AUc members must be present LQST OR STRAYEDOne mud dy white sow weighs about 175 or 200 pounds Will pay liberal reward when returned to WD Claybrooke I Aunt Mary L1tseyaweU1- nownoldneg woman of this county who was supposed to be nearly a hundred years old died at herr hone neartown Saturday The Springfield fair which begins August 26 and continues four days promises to be the best ever held hero and the officers are working hard to make it successin every way Why not get the best To get it go to C W Hagans coW storage for nicepeaches oranges lemons and dont forget that be is headquarters for melons One out of storage isworth three hot Mr BDLake has bought out the interest of J 0 Greene intbe firm of Lake Greene cigar and tobacco manufacturers and will continue the business alone The factory is mow mak lug several popular brands of cigars besides its chewing and smoking tobacco and the business isagrowingone A man from Scotts Ridge Ma rion county by the name of San drsstarted a rough house down on Jockey Street Monday in whidh there was spme gun play but inhIch no one wa p injured He was taken in tow by t Marshal and put in jail eII remaining over night Sanders confessed to a fine and was released Miss Nannie E Baker aged 88 yeirs was tried before a jury in the County court yesterday and declared to be of unsound mind and incapable of attending to her property or transacting any bus iness The court appointed Mr G A Dohoney as a committee tptake charge of her affairs By the recent death of elf mother she has come into possession of a share in a farm and some other property I The new rock crusher recently purchased by the town has arrived and will be put to work at the quarry on the lot belonging to MrLx Thurman a short distance out on the Willisburg pike In unloading the machine from the cars it was overturned and broken but the damage has been repaired and the crusher lewldays 1 will sel AugustS county court day at 11 am in front of the c9prthouse Lebanon Ky two finely bred twoyearold stal lions oqe by Expedition 215 othi r by Insignt 226f Two noted sires brO W Williams and out of Norvadine mares Full pedigrees furnished on day of sale Both are bays sound good individuals and proepecUye trotters WIth fine knee and bock action J B Wathen Jr Leo an TItprom1edaIeyenfog August 4atcobcert t9i2U I 1 to be given at the courthouse this place by Miss Edith Rubel Lebanon and Miss Laura Mc Chord and Miss Came ofvihis place These young ladies are all talented musicians and it goes without saying that this enter tainment will be of a high order Miss Rubel as a performer on the violin has received the highest praise from many competent musical critics The prices of admission has bee placed at 25 and 85cents- The Sunday School Conven tion andi District Conference which was in session at John sons Chapel A M EZlon church closed Sunday evening with an able sermon by Rev T A Brown D D The meeting was well attended 39 defegates being prevent Jphnsons Chapel excelled all others in its report The colored people are to be congratulated upon the appoint ment of Rev H C Weeden to Jdhnsons Chapel who has ac complisbed more for their up building mcraUy religiously and socially than any other pastor they have ever had He seems to be jv thorough race pride man and Ilays claim to ever means that will improve his race and bring them up to the full measure of citizenship Walter Strickland who appears to be a bad man from Bitter Creek was brought in from the Antioch neighborhood Saturday nightby deguty sheriff Ed Masters and put into jail He was arrested oiiJa peace warrant sworn out by Tyler Brothers with whom he had been living for some time but Brothers and Strickland had recently had a quarrel and Brothers claimed that Strickland had been laying for him with a gun Strickland bears a bad reputation He ap peared intbe neighborhood about four years fiom unknown parts Whtn his case was called before Judge Litsey hew c given 24 hours to leave the county which he promised to do A road case whifth attracted a good deal of interest occupied county court all day Monday and Tuesday Commissioners had been appointed to report on the advisability of closing the dirt rood leading from thE jBloora fitId acrpss to the Bardstown turn pike about a mile out of town The road has been very little used for years and is in poor con ditionThe commissioners reported recommending the closing of tt e road but when the report was made to the court a remon stranca was made by some of the residents of the vicinity who ob jected to the closing of the pass way The case was tried before ofIjury a vernict favoring the report and recommending the closing of the road The itiuH Sale W B Spears auctioneer re ports the following sale for Messrs Mudd Bro at Fred satur11day87050 ana 60 y rIingcoltI 7525 aged mare 50 sorrel colt two years old 140 five milk cow and caW s 40 38 3425 1450 and 2650 sow and seven pigs 2075 gilt 1290 120 pound barrow 950 eight head ofshenp 16 yearling steer 1825 yearling steer 1724 two yearling steers 1325 and 2650 buggy 45 buggy harI ness 650 one pair of wagon gears 475 tnower and hay rake 10 twohorse wagon MO 100 bushels old corn at 65 cents per bushel Household furniture and va rious other articles sold at good prices A cood garden and contents of- vegetaolessold for 480 Grand Picnic Twentythird annual picnic at Tunnel Hill will take place on Saturday August 1st There will be music and refreshments and lots of amusements The Louisville Nashville railroad will self round trip tickets at nilf fare from this place A big crowdw llbeon hand and lots of fun anticipated Hi iG FOWLER Propr ti arIy Risers 11IttIe i1HlE nOR- DDENTISTomcnIuKIaT BrILPa Hflrraaaently located SPRINGFIELD KY PEFIBONAL Mr and Mrs Conrad Hertlein are at Tathum this week Mr Ed Kelley of Louisville yiisiting relatives here this week Mr and Mrs John L Searcy are spendingthe week at Tatham Mr John Barrett of Bloom fi dUtoas at W M Barretts this weeff Mrs EL Davison is visiting her parents at Indianapolis this weekMr and Mrs John P Simms have returned from a visit to Bardstowp Miss Anne McChord has re turned from a visit to friends In Cynth ana Mrs Frank B Noeleft yesterday for a visit to relatives at Mortbns Gap- Charles R McElroy Jr of p1rentsIhere jlast week I Misses Ruth and LUcy Spalding f Bardstown are visiting Miss Bertha Haydon Mises Edith and Myrtle Price are I visiting Miss Gertrude Stocker at Bard town MLA G McElroy and Miss Bettie Irvine returned Saturday night from Kansas City John D Hardin and wife of Nash vllIe Tenn are visiting Mr and Mrs Ben Hardin near town Mr T J Nalley and daughter Miss Hattie of Nelson county visited friends nere the firsfof the week The young men of the town gave a nop at the Opera House wasIMr Dillard Tapp who has been traveling salesman for Ar Imour Uo with headquarters at Cairo Ill is at home for a visit Capt Wrighr R F Sutton J J Grace and James Buchanon form a quartette of visitors who are tham spending the week at Ta Misses Webb of Chicago and Hundley of Stanford who are visiting friends in Lebanon were over 19 attend the hop Friday night last Mr and Mrs Fetter Steele and Mrs Rdertt Steele of Lu isville are visiting at the home of Major and Mrs JXi Wharton this week Mr J Charles Greene left last Friday for Oakland Cal where he has secured a good position and where heexpects to remain for some time Mr J M Codney editor of the Nelson Record and Judge F E Daugherty of Bardstown were here Monday and paid tl fl NEWSLEADER a call Miss Pattie McDowell of Boyle county visited her aunt Mrs A 1C McElroy Saturday and Sun day Miss McDowell is connect ed with Caldwell ge Mr and Mrs COlt Scruggs who have been in far West for sometime on account of Mr Scruggs health came n Monday for a visit to relatives here Rev JW Carter who has been on a trip through the south came in Tuesday night and is now at the home of his father in law John B Yankey for a visitMrs JW Yankey and son of AldernyGa and Misses Same and Lena Yankey of Lexington are guest nt the home of Mr and Mrs John S Yankey this county The young folk of the H M ONan home gave a delightful littleparty on Tuesday evening at Which gathered quite a gay crowd of young folks who thor o ighly enjoyed themselves Miss Mattie Lee VanNatta and tie sister have returned to Shelbyville They were accom panted home by Mr M H Jones who brought home with him Mrs RB Smith who will stay for a visit at the Jones home at this place Administrators Notice Altt persons having claims against the estate ofN P Thompson deceased are notified- t present same to me properly proven for settlement on or be fore September lst1903 ROBT M THOMPSON Admini tratori dir W WW E 12 PRICE SALE t I P CLOTHING l to 4 3 We have several lots of Mens and g g 1JyaSultB arid odd Pants which we ff will offfcr at 121 price for I 30 DHYS I1or until theyiare closed out This Us fi jj 9 an exceptionall opportunity to gt a siiit or pair of Pant8at n J1 SACRFIQEfJi enoughifi vfj t 4 H Everything tfe handle atHiSDUCED fe PRICES the balancel of the season I ROBERTSON BROS SSpringfieldd Ky fm mmtmm lifftf tttoirt Day Sales Th rEt was about an average crowd in town on Monday and the auctioneers were kept well employed withstock sales Col R B Wbayne reports ttie fol lowing sales Sow and seven pigp13 sow and six pigs 15 a tw yearold but calf 12160 a pair of twovearold mules lj old horse 50pair of tbrek year old mules 275 a fiveyearold mare 2750 a Montana horse 2150 and a pair of small mules 13425 Auctioneer S M Camp bell made the following sales six bulls 13 each three cows and calves 2510 2050 and 36 80 heifer 1855 dry cow 2150 sow and pigs f1650 threp sows and pigs 38 five plug bores 3750 16 4750 40 and 20 thee yearold horse SUjand second hand buggies from 250 to 25 LETTER LIST List of letters remaining un called for in the Springfield Ky Postoffice for the week ending July 29 1903 Mrs Joseph R Berry J L Brown pick Cooper Dulin Fleu Essie Davies Rosie Jones L A Kemp Susie Mayes 2 C TIEOsbornevHanah Ogara Henry R Reorp Miss Molin Scott Mrs Jean Smith MaryA Spalding 2 RPV E W Spillman Mrs May Thompson Mrs Maggie Woods W B Wimseatt Miss Agnes Young Miss Masy Yankey Persons calling lor tnese letter will please say advertised and give date listW Waters P M STATEMENT OF THE FARMERS BANK ofMACKYlllf MACKVILLE KY At the close of business June 30 1903 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 27598 17 Overdrafts secured 1417 87 Overdraft unsecured 135 92 Due from National banks 8665 31 Due from State banks 13k 27 Banking House and LotM 1000 00 Specie 78389 Currency 1690 00 Furniture and Fixtures 1341 03 Current expense last quarter 556 80 Jt TotaL U Sh320 2d LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In In cash 76 0 00 Undivided Profits m 2043 64 Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not paid jLw 28139 35 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 1000 00 Due National banks 12C5 80 Due State banks 3251 47 Total 43320 26 Capital stock not paid 87320 00 J W 8ALLEB Cashier Subscribed and sworn to by J W Sauce cashier July 28th 1903 Trios GfrfAVES N P My commission expires March 28 1006 fortiDiHMlMDay The busiest and mightiest lit tie hing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Ltfe Pills These pills change weakness into strength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold byOJ Bvdon No nan or woman ta the tatc will hesitate to speak well of jhamber Jains Stomaci and Liver Tablets After once trying them They alvtays pro dues a pleasant aioveBaepjt of the bowels improve the appetite and J Ktrengtben the digestion For vale by HarUoai drnfttorf THE CEDARSiOF LEBANON OnlT a POTT of Thee Historic Trees Now llemaln There are only abont 400 cedars of Lebanori now remaining high npon the rocky slopes Hadrian sculptured his Imperial anathema against nil who shotdd cut these sacred trees theMaro nite peasants almosttrorshlp them and colt them the cedars of the librd and a recent gOvernorotheLcbnnonhnlls- urrounded them by a great wall so that the young shoots zany not be ic Jured by roving animals Ye centby century their number grows less But if the cedars are few In number these few are of royal blood They are not the largest of trees though some of the trunks measure over forty feet around Their beautyiilles In tha wide spreading Umbs which often coy er a circle 200 or 300 feet In circumference Some are tall and symmetrical with beautiful horizontal branches others are gnarled and knotted with Inviting seats In the great forks and charming beds on the thick foliage the 8wlnglngbougbs The wood has a sweet odor Is very hard and seldom decays The vitality of the cedar Is remarkable A dead tree is never seen except where light ning or the as lies been at work Of ten a great bough of one tree has grown into a neighbor and the two are so bound together that it JsIimpos sible to ftnr which is the parent trunk Perhaps the unusual strength and vi tality of the cedars are due to their slow growth When a little sprout hardly waist high is said to be ten or fifteen or twenty years old one cannot help asking What must be the age of the great patriarchs of the grove It is hard to tell exactly By the lid of a microscope I have counted more than 700 rings on a bough only thirty Inches In diameter Those who have studied the matter more deeply think that some of these trees must be more than a thousand years old Indeed there Iis nothing wildly Improbable in the thougHt that perhaps the Guardian for Instance may have been a young tree when Hiram began cutting for the temple at Jerusalem Lewis Goston Leary in Scribners APHORISMS Habit is the deepest law of human nature Carlyle Good nature is stronger than tome hawks Emerson Talebearers are just as bad as tale makers Sheridan J Almost always the most indigent tnre the most generous Stanislaus Those who complain most are most to be complained of MHenry True gentleness is native feeling heightened and improved by principle Blair He that thinks he can afford to be negligent Is not far from being poor people begin their success where others end in failure Edward Eggleston He who commits Injustice is ever made more wretched than he who suf era It Plato A friend that you have to buy wont be worth what you pay for him no matter what that may bePrenUce Some FormAl Correspondence A matter of fact sacristan of the Ca thedral of Berlin once wrote the king of Prussia this brief note SireI acquaint your majesty first that there a wanting books of psalms for the royal family acquaint your maJestI second that there wants wood the royal seats I acquaint your majesty third that the balustrade next the river behind the church Is become ruinous SCHMIDT Sacrist of the Cathedral The reply of the king was not that of a gracious majesty Its stiff forma Ity in imitating the style of the sacristan probably was not taken by the re ceiver complimentary to him I acquaint you Herr Sacrist Schmidt first that those who want to star may buy books Second I acquaint Herr Sacrist Schmidt that those who want to bo warm must buy wood Third 1 ac quaint Herr Sacrist Schmidt that I hall not trust any longer t05 the balustrade next tho river And I acquaint Herr Bacrlst Schmidt fourth that I will not have any more correspondence wlta him FREDERICK Absent Mtoie Lord Derby Lord Derby could be very absent minded and once on a time he walked with Lord Clarendon his opponent and told him all the secrets of the cabl net Lord Clarendon listened amazed but thought It ted large an order when be was asked for his advice It was not for him to counsel his political t IAt this Intimation Lord Derby woke up UmeIother ministers at tho foreign ofice Of course Lord Clarendon honorably pre served the cabinet secrets but be told his story against Lord Derby and mdt a laugh Rapid AettM Always think twite before speaks said little Tommys JMISBM Gee maw he auweM1troa that you must do tome pretty fail thlhkln1 pmetlmei when 700 tta poin torliawCbiCflEo RecordHei Piiiby Groceries I 1In 1addition tto a reliable lint of staplcgrpStrip I have a nice line of fancy goods pi ippiai ta lrI1stcJaIt t JwAlso have on hand fresh fruits arid V Y1in season bII E SM2wBS JRTHW CORNER CHOC H 2j e m JUNE tf JULY r i CLEARANCE 8ILE S We are overstocked in S LIght Dress Goods Mercer t ized Oxfords Muslins 8WlSi ydaysreductions in prices of our entire Spring and Summer Stock r Pretty Sheen Lawns at 5 77 and lQc I Mercerized Oxfords 50 25 and 3Se Printed Batiste 10 12 12 and 15cfifk Printed Dimities Batistes and Swisses t 7 12 10 and 12 12e Hindoo Mulls 10 to 20c Imported Oxford Waitings B5 f f IIBlackj 75c oid ad Oxfords and Silk Ging hams and Silk Madras at Greatly fa REDUCE PRICES pedall prices on Ladies Misses and ttLadieszJ Ladles tockfCollars25 and sOC jS Ladies fine Lace Stripe Hose 25c W- x Ladies ilk and Lisle Glcyes and MiltrftS Mens Lisle and Balbriggin Underw cr Sfft Mens white and colored NegiraeeShin w S Mens Full Dress White Shirts A Mens spenders and Belts 2 I cLOTHINGt We are overstocked in Clothing ft in order to reduce our stock we ndioffering our entire stock of w Youths and Childrens Suits and Men Jg Coats and Pants and Coats and Vat J at lower prices than ever made in lJ market Call and get prices tYiJ thoiI j WALL PAPER AND J We have some especially good S things in Carpets WallP randL ca v fa Curtains that we are offering very low ffl X Examine them they will interest you V11 i H k We cordIally invite you to visit w ourStore and you can feel assured we a can save you niotiey Yours Very Reip cUiaUyi J 0 Cunninghamm= Dancing= JOHN 5j MoELROY NfRALINSURNNtfAll l Fe7tife arid Tomid t OFFICE CWER PEOPLES BANK Ji ff During my abiertct from off i cW FOI W or George Nei kirk willattendto any bMsfor me t 6a U dOntwt1tflIYOUhWItY o why keep it Drive it out with Ayers Mkr0Malaria VNAM11I16 1 JL welll known chlspn of the Mcou Ferry vicni1y while in b1Ir jrg the other day said ocrat representative tiat U itijiupua tvark ot men dynaiing for fiSh fl TeiitucIy- 1iI duo an Immense ut of thtiinigc a tIliousaii- dsorh had bee killed and could b3see lloatiiig 6n top of the N WtttL A times the sten1t ari3- J ing from the river iis so hart that the people if the vldiniiy can hardiy stand itandareforceJ nt uines IQ keoplhir doois and J windows qlos6cL TUe lorfffic ex plosions 1iac caused thsr banks of the river in many places in giy6 way andiarge lreo5 slue off into water arid can be jse n stand ing inthonvaler tip to tlte branch esi Great strips of lanjL will break loose and slide off into the riyer andlhe people are cosid ernoly wrought up over lb raaltei This unlawful l practice flsliilrmen has been jftjng on a loaglwhneaiiid the good citizens yviHnseevoy efort to have it stopped by law Hurodsburg Dmocr thUTIuN c hlsisnp t aliren tie wo idrbu i yfhB qj fourth it kvhow liable you ure JpbU 10 plircljase tLe only rmcy Universally kn wnfatid a remedy that La3 had the largest ijareOf any cicdicinfe in the world since J8G8 Jnr tbo curerani treat ment of onsucnptioD and Throat and Lunsj troubles vlCh out1osing its great pppulijrity all these years you will be thank ful we called your attention to B scbces German syrup Tberoj 4 yre jso nariy ordinary cough Vrftnedies nude by druggists and 7Jlhers tint are cheap and gcol for light cold perhaps but for jpeVjste Coughs Bronohits Grpyp and especialty for Cpn- fqmptiQd wherGibereis dfficult x ectoratbn aid coughing Iliffing the uLlits bud raoruin js p there is nQthtng libe German vI up Tr3e 25z ha- sTitThhintrddtil i1ii yoar guariz 75 cents At all ILt d Merir Magim This havlbng1 beenTegardeo aspne qttho most dangerous and fatal dia cases to wbicb nfahts are fcubjecV It can be curetl hpweyer when properly icatcd2dl1 that ii necessary ja o giye Chamberlains Colic Cholera and arcjcnnicyardcajitcr ol a dlrejcjtcd threach bottle and a cbrc s cerfalh For Eaie bv IlajydonB drtigabo tirrli a3 tVajciaiirt teatnrc i JlnjQr loud tlu iLCtnre iuauVger s1t4 jo anloaj ta iirc1 itudyard- tlpliids as i platforin star ad Kry- llnsr look tlio srauts of lli iivi4tcnti- nans tnaad ra t Ure U Lit pjytoaprpppsltlonj EralftJoticrp Vtr Sept ldDear Sir Ptmdrl am much obliged to you jfpr bu letter bit lcant Kxy that r can ceo Way to fbi entertainment j5 DropjRtcv TJisre in such a tUfns us li1iIlg L5enta rr a I3Iit and though tPpc ihere nlctey In the Iteturing business It reins to me that the bother Vthe fuss the tciHB jat tverjb ay bItand call ith night Jpurhey tad so on jnakeJt verp dear Ive seen aew men VhovpHve through the fight but they tlUl pot look happy I mightda it as soon aa IftolCtwot xncrtsagca on myi house alien in the horses1 end jf bill of sale on the furnltme aad xvriterji cramp In botfr hinds but at present Im busy and con tMJto go cr with the regutar writ1- buzhi You loteet that I have already wandered cv r most cC tho states and thereLnL enough money In slsht to hire me tq face again some 6f the hotels and Bomeof the railway nysteras I have iet vwlth America Is a great country bur rhIa not made fcr lecturing In WJih mtCwca thanks fcr your Tery Ulnd letter vblBsy ratsyour3 sincerely PUDYAU1 1IPLINQ- Caon raipttilx Pavor b1iIndjcatlonf- lSGLarinlngtoii says sblg yery fond of antiuals remarked BHggens sister 2rrhtips tUores hopes for me thou1 saiaBllegcni sIiq enlist me a brute th bther day lgln rise Standard Laziness ravejs so slowly that pov erty sooffoyerlatea liltn Prankltn f Deadly Grasp pi Grip Pros trated Me Dr Miles Nervine Built p My Shattered Nerves arid Gave Me an App etit Ofthc millions of people who today perIce taevti cethe cause directly to deadly LaGnppe iniacermduKaje and makes aB ect attack upoh the ner es putting an vitalttvtfLaGrfppe J Jeftawth shattered nervous system with lena of appetite latfc ot enercr insomnia frequent headaches and morbid tendencies you should strengthen the weakened nerves with IJr Miles Nervine It will undo alt that grip has done brin back appetite rest nail lestpre the nerrts to their normal activity I want to write this testimonial for the thatdreadtderal weeks with it and notainel tried teemed to benefifme in any wayslapeorform tulered almost deathud Unaly my daughter Tecofflmecded Dr Miles Nervine to me and lea truthfully say from the firft dir I felt better than in weckL It gaveane Jelwl built up ay shattered nerves nd gave RelrtpIeBdid appetites i canabt sak too ldLiyef it and want to say each and every Oi k suffered from LaGrippe vifl ndsnetsiit relief by getting a bathe of Dr iliksNervjaer Insist having it and take ier Itis simply splendid lnpin u jroi bfa fitsonjepoorsuflerer Iremain Mis GtOKGZ HAUL Jackson lean All druggists sellasd guarantee first bot fcTXWiWReKtef Send for free book oa Ncrroft sad heart Diseases Addresn iiMilcs McdicalCoElkhart IntL J Fantastic LI stones have V beef written of p ciagic mirrors in III I which the future I I I was revealed If suchathing were possible many a bright faced bride would shrink from the revelatjon of tier self stripped of all her loveliness If there is one thing which would make a woman shrink from marri ge it is lo see the rapid physicalrdetenoration which conieS to so many wives The cause is generally due to womanly diseases Lost health anti lost comeliness are restored by the use of Dr Pierces Pa vorite PrescripUou I cures irregular ity and dries weakening drains It heals inflammation and ulceration and xrures female weakness ill fa with the greatest pleasure that J tell nu whatDr Pirecc Favonteieacriptlon and JGotdel4al1 Discovery iuivedpnc for Wrtttg3lts Emma I Bankelof North 7th Street harrisburg Pa tTtyfaave done suea world ofgooA I had female weakness for six years ojuetiue would feel so badly J did not know what lo do but I found relief at last thankS to Dr Tierce foe Ills kind advice I have thi medicine still In ray house and will always keep iL If you are led to the purchase ot Favorite Prescription because of its remarkable cures of other women do not accept a substitute which hasnpne of these cures to its credit Free Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser paper coyers is sent free on r ceiptoI 2I onecent Stamps t pay expense of zniling only Or for clothbourn volume send 31 stamps Address Dr LV Pierce Buffalo N c Too Small to Olfoy IVberi a ccrtalur couple were married ithg wife was sixteen years old and big end biixpm The husbantf was two years her senior but slim to thinness und not up to the average In height Tcri years passed and the couple gqt along as well as many couples do but tlie wife was bard to manage With the flight of time she became larger while her theoretical Ibixl and master ndded not nn Inch to ihl stnture nor an ounce to lust weight One day ho want ed her to do something and she rc fused at first quietly then vehemently and finally explosively Ill not do It she declared and Id ilUe to see you make imo But MrtIa cxpostulafed her bU- 3Innd rlien you married me didnt you prcmbe to obey rne I did she replied Then sizing up his diminutive proportions she added But I expected youd grow HOIT loBlatceaPlne Wood Farmers In the White mountain have dlscovercd or learned what farm qriS elsewhere n re slaw to ascertain It tbat If you lop off the tower limbs of balsnma when they arj young the iiiubs will hot grow again Thus the trea nit lumber will b3 improyetl It will be jreer of knots Certain hotel pwiers desiring pin math iirar their hotels onjOCfount of hcalthfnluwmr Disked a government for ester bow togiit them The reply was Cut on the bard woods then turn the cattle ln tP pasture for three years That will keep down the shoots of the hard wocds and the plns which cat tie avoid AvII grow up and tlicSr ricedlcjj win keep dBTvn ether growths Tricky Dynamite rqrliapa ijQthins to snore uncertain In tho line of accidents than lyna inlto said n dealer In the dangeroua stuipr Vou might drop a cartridge out cf your haiid and It would esplode and tear your body to ntois Another cartrWpe taken put pf the same cjtse might be hurled from tin top of n tall buiUlIng wpuli land on the pave ment Jlk so much haniUcsa wax to be giound up under the wheels pf heavy trucks ami to be exploded with frightful havoc by ths soft cushiqn tire of a bicycle PainfuL As a general thlngr wys a lawyer one doesnt expect to find a sense of humor In the employees of a prison Yet J know of catchy reply made bv a prison guard to the query of a visitor whether the existence of the guards was not a painful one Painful oriiopd the guard should say It wnH when you consider What a number of felons e have on out handsJ An Insculonn Woman The limit of nasculin humiliation has bcspii worked in the ease of a Wlch ita man Ills wife makes him wear tucks In the sleeves of his nightgowns i trimmed with pink ribbon so that the baby wont know the difference when he walks the floor with it In the night Kansas City Journal j I rQaalnt Louie Ablt of reasoning a la mode de Du maa ascribed to Rossini I dont like epinach anti It la very fortunate I dont because If i did like it should Ait It and cst pndure It r r r An Anootiy lilt average young woman doesn wish to see tier thirtieth birthday Vet when she has seen It she would liki to eee U asaln Smart sot WRITERS THOUGHT CRAMP riic Way tlic Flood of Jniiplred Ideas Ebbs niul FiaiTN ItIie fiction writer ban his delicious onomcnts when he tastes the Joys which come with the excitement of creative CQJjy ositlon and tjiese he un doubteiJy hjalso he ksios dlstres Ih irCrlCdSof mental apathy Jtle has been working away at top speed fulPof gladness In that subtle fabric which his pen weaves In tiewarp and woof of paver anti ink Ills head is packed with inspired Ideas like n gift box front the godls Ills hopes ridir high His ambitions scrape the clouds Thcii something happens It Is not a snap a break n crash nothing satan glbler1t js just a ceasing Abruptly UiibrpettcdlyjiH liis line thoughts von shV Xb longer Is lire fomitrj of tibl5JstlC white robed heights and al iHriair itiiltlc tOned valleys All Hat and gray uiiil bleak Just about now If tim writer orty know it Isa uiost excellent time to go jlshiiig At List bafQedf discouraged heart slck hc sits with his bead In his bands contemplating with foolish self pity the melancholy spectacle of bliusolf lint like drought and flood war and pestilence and all other Ills greAt and smill it passes Anti he knows not 1Igen goes Dayw nfer lie lilana1artIcord tfpparently the machine hns Bef Itselt In motioh SeweU Ford In The i tleader SCIENCE AND OLD AGE lien SlioclJ Lire Lo = s Enough to VfclaomSf Nut Drcadt Death ron tvreaty to fifty a inan sboald live for hlmiBjjif and hIs family from fifty to 100 forsclenfreand humanity and after a huudrud for the state Honored useful In full possession pf all isis faculties ntsIts ore years nl tcni the grHybcunlJof tpic iprirQaciilHg fu ture will be among the most enviable of toaukluil for the fearxif death is an aberration The fact la that only one man in a million at present dies it njUuraf death WG should live till 140 years of age A man who expires tit sevelity or efghty Is the victim of accident cut off In the flower of htettays antnie uncon clous iy resents being deprived of tile fifty years or so which nature owes him tqavc lijiii a little longer and iin duo tune he Ivlll desire to die as a child at dusk desires to sleep The sariSman wllfpassr All bur Instincts drop from u one by one The child cries for mothers milk Tluy idea of such an ailment Is rcpjg na3t to the nGalt The desires for sweets for play for love ayd lovcwaU lug for llong vftiks and adventures are ill impulses that have their day and pass and the wish to live ite an Iiiv stluct which foUl also with satiety Only at present none of lives Ions enough to bo jsatlatc with days Pro Jessor XIetclJjilkQfrs Studies In lie man Xature The IJny Alter It Is a strange omission that the day after supreme and epoch making period of time should have failed to receive the homage which Is tits just prerogative DC Qulncey In hi powerf ul bit of prd painting entitled The Knocking at the GateS dwells on the thought that in Macbeth the climax of the tragedy the moment most truly fraught with terror Is not the one in which occurs the murder of Duncan or when the guilty pair nerve them selves for Its accomplishment but the moment wben the first knocking at the ga4 Is beard Wljth tbat summons frOm without comes an Instant anti terrible realization of what has taken place In that moment of horror Is condensed all the meaning of past crime and future retribution jiain a lightning flash The magnitude of what has happened cannot be measured until first touch of reaction has been felt We cannot tell what has really occurred till the day after Atlantic PROMINENT STATE RL EXHIBIT A Smith Bowman lexlnrtoTj Win Central James Parrlsb Returned IIU Uove FrIend Viints matter old tuna Dotsift sJie return love Jilted One Thats just the trouble lilac returned and told me to give to some other girl Princeton Tiger One nina makes a fortune to eight Chat become bankrupt In England- A Qaaiiit O14 Will My hobby i collection of strange wills said a retired sea cap tain I have gathered together copies pf over fifty odd testaments and line reading some of thesis arc One over ant years od what da yoi think Why bequeaths Its tutu to fod This Is the way r uds- In Del nomine Amen tie yore of our Lord 1W1 XXXtli day of May I Hubert Ietlgrcxv hole of inynd anti moniiy make iny testtinuiit mid last yn forum aunt mariner followyng First bpquetb my sowle to Almighty led aijd iiy body to be buryd yn the churfhyniil of North Cadbt ry J be qm tb to m sonne lUchan a rowe n calfT the sotodd best grass pnnii H platterH dysbys of pewter and an alair of wheat fln akar Pf draggc nnl an suItor of me low To my jtbiughter Alya a To my sonne Thomas my clil oxo Time rsldew of my goods not bi uothed give to Mawde my Wyffe Phljadelphla Record Corals of Our Own Coast It Is a coalition notion that corah CiO v only In tropical subtropical waters and that no coral recta sure to be found along our own coasts As a matter of fit coral formations stretch all along tb Atlan tic eonsfcof the1 United States alfiiough the rcefi do nol rise so high that they project froii thin water Some of the not btuitfnl of tile living coral In tlie ICew York nMarlnni was dredged Sp from the fAjlinitlp cttian almost wlthUi Rlgutof tWty pf New York arid there are many coral patches still clatpn to tle shores Cdiprally TrorUern coral Is snow wjiite tlnivPlalcIs rcrb 4 4II The Ready i inota blood heater JJTiTi XdoeJ Summer Foods 1 Force is anldealsummerfood bo cause it contains elements for nourishing every organ of thel 0dy is easily digested creates what wo know Is vigor anti at the same time does not make a river of fire out of the blood PEIICT W48 A Stnrtunp tequest Percy Is a little boy who makes plans to shirk bis baths sometimes But the other evqnlng lie came In from play tired and iiot and sticky Do feet a bath tonight njar be asked Yes answered his mot her Well vjHd cheerfully the Lord kupVs I steed itBrOokivn Eagle nevr l Totilo of DIscussion It loolii as If wo were In for an other Napouonlc revivhl What wakes you think so I tlnilcjrttnnd Ilme and PlasJcr club Las the old debating ques ion Ueaolved Dqt Bonaparte am a greater nan dan Napoleon Cleve land Plain Dealer Kept Annnder Tom Have Maud anti Ethel quar rebel Iabnt seatbeni together lately Dohiyo they havent quarreled but Mauds new gown is lavender and Ethels now gown Is blue SomerVllle I Journal MBERS pF KENTUCKY SOOIATION A Ceo C Thompson Paducah D McElhlnny City Ii H Oxvoasboro your It It Is bequeaths It liinkors It will II frmlllnr although to A rpvlved liinnllr rermaiiiiicj1 II U Hkcly to lx tin rase In AmtTlri that as tlmdgoos on aunt our riIitloi wlti forcil n lujwors bocom snort nnl njoro comjillKitoil ntul prcsshi pcrnra nc Jiw ill consular anti diplomatic olllcc based lipan knowlinlge anti proved fit nss will betiue rule This may that It will not bt so oniniuon a prac thee to take KcholniM anti authors from private life and phre them suddenly fortlgn consulates anti missions limit even then it Is likely that our liter atoms will be sumrklmetll by the work of men who lavo become authors while enjoying the opportunities for new studios and broader olmorvntton afford ed bv foreign service of their eoriiv try wt that If hitherto literature has contributed to diplomacy hereafter we shnll tee our diplomacy cant rihuling to onr lteritire has not liifre iuc itly already ben tin seuturv The Roman Limcitn Th Roman Irptto which Is nhnntt Indistinguishable frran the so culleil Potneranlnn dcg Invariably trlei lo biirj or cover over nov tooth givrn blni which lit tines not like If fed on a look drugget lie will Rklllfully cover rp obnoxious food If the enrprt nailed down po that he cannot do thlR he goes through the exact prpivss with his nose which would turn over the plate If It were inurnlrie Tut Inpettn has a gncral coiitpmpt for nnybu meat diet and though lu tony conde Rcenil to accept bread aid out o Cpfpronce io his owner many of them would not junk tld cpncpsslonr he sure to EP through the form of protect Crt niriiiiktn Garment Eskimo wofcn wear nios cu rious ktnd of underclothing pecul iarity being ilhat tt U insult of the skins of hints These uhlna before be Ing sewed together are chewed well ly the wonien iii order to make tlioni soft About j huudred skins ari re quired lo make n Rhlrfnjnl the laboj of chewing tlij skins which form theli garjnents la quite enough to accpua4 for massive well djvelaned jaw of Zsizlno w9lncn E Jim Dumps exulted We do not On Summer days so close and hot Build up a fire and stew L and steam I A dish of Force a bowl of cream Is just the food to lit our whim And keeps us cool laug edSuiinyJim j Serve tulk T A BERTH JACK SHIRKS Norn Scotia Ships Arc Saul to Betne Worst Afloat The worst also In the way of a fchip into which Jack can go Is a Nova sco tlan A certain Nova Scotia ship Canic Into port at Santos one day with a that was little short of mutinous owing to tact that the captain was Ijfpo sparing of the tutlons Tin ship hail a haul name among sailors at the best anti as toon as she was anchored the entire crow cleared out For thrpe weeks after lund diselinuged anti t her new cargo she lay tliere with 1io crew to tithe her to sea At last fie captain waist to sonic of crliupsfpn shore anjl toldjlicm to round up n crew under any pivtext The crimps sspt nien around die docks offering bjg wages to any of the loungers whb would go aboard the vessel to Jjg new sails Some twenty m4n quickly picked up many of thpui In their Blilrt sleeves and vqie taieim aboard They were then covered with revolvers and rtfiea by officpp anti anchor was weighed and tjue Nova Scotia ship stood out to sea liar unwilling crew leaving families beltijtul tlss3nuknowport was Sydney and the nextYoKq hama then Sui Francisco then Val araiso then LlslMJiinnd for those mph who stayed with the ship It was Just two and n half years until she wont jo Ornnde du Sul tlicfnearost port banjo of them however lund cleared loubeforeIn Leslies Monthly Clcero unit Ills Daughterjjjj History bounds with examines love that loin existed between fj thpr nnd daughter which proved sii l prlor to use changed of time and for tune defying even death itself and ot bring Into the records of humanity Imperishable and Immortal One of most beautiful Instanced was the hove of Cicero for Tullia Slits won a voman of high nttairiments anil exalted character with qualities of licart and mind that peculiarly fltteil Lor to be her fathers Intimate cons panlon After her death he could find neltlior consolation fur loss noV distractiop for lila grief tVffnlr of state weight matters of political and personal ti rest Lvon the fsyinpathy of 15nitu3 nnd Gvsnr could lint dispel melan choly that sottlrd down upon his sou and fonvd hlrii fOr a time Into retire meat He wrote pf her In thess toueln lug worti A slaughter had In whoW sweet convprsatloij could drop all injjh carej nud troubles lint now ovary1 thing Is changed It Is all over witlt AttUus feel It niorij than everj now Hint have lost only being1 who still bound the to life Ati Exclusive Clprntor jj There Is perhaps no elevator la tho world noro oelHsve than that provld ttIl at tho capital for tin supreme court of rniud States That sievr tar can bp used by exactly eleven people nUll no one else vxmld tar a moment consider entering it except as tho guest of one of llies ppvpn privileged gentle men The fortunate clovon are tho nlnui JiBle a if thf rnjtrtl States suRrpne irt tin clerk and the marshal of tiioJ court The clevaior goes from the f sramuutl thnsr ot tiitullitnl In tIn uloor on hiii is lntiittil Imissuile court of the Ililtinl States It is a smrH elevator so itliat with Its ill dit r three porlj fonas of Jsl cosl jf the siriremo court itt the Lnit States ttuti till It It Is one of tli very latest designs pf electric elevators oust Is llnlslod ffi magiiiflccnt slylo Vasldngton Star j Huripr ItIoiiM If two perioiu raise their glasses lo their llpa sliiiiltaiit oiisly they are In thug the iPtnrn hf a friend or rein live from foreign parts The srurif In timation Is oonveyVd by bubble In coffeo or by accidental fall 6f a piece of sOil on th floor A flickering Hnmo in the Ire or nn upright errrpsreii in n Imrnlng t candle Is Interpreted as predleting ie arrival of a jiiiost whcse mature lse judged by lengili of list llnmo or pxcrpsctneu If on drains n g1iis of the pqtitchli j liamrpJemilie Iliglity Cimeteful Mamma had told timer lUlls daughter that sho could not go put to play bit i the little maiden determined to malco one more plea Please mamma It Isnt very wet so yon rannot Dorothy saldj mamma jleasnntlynsinllingu little atL her daughters perslktonoy Dorothy regarded hor mother agf- grlevedly and then said Well seems to me youre mighty cheerful aboutj- lilt New York Times Dnrcnu of IuMloHy Mrs Nnggusj VVIiat air odd Inter eating piece pf furiilturet It looks llk an antique Is It a chlffouler or aj bookcase 1 Mra Bprtts wlfeof struggling au thpr Neither Its my liiftlmndsg writing desk Ilolcallslt Isis buroain Of publ tjvCblcagp Trlbuno 4IIIsi rti f The Doctor You regard isoclety na merely a inachltie flp you What parr of the machinery do you consider me jforlhslance The Professor ou ore one of the Crgnks ExcbanjeJ i 7 w JOHN HAMPTON BARREL31LU bERiCXSJDN A c ppr7s1 ZPiT Q JtfcCtiire 0 0 UlstQrywill some day do Justloo to John Hampton and Ills banell Tiyo or three dIfferebtparo have gone over Niagara taIIsln barcpl had clanxod to bo Jtlio j ole and only originator of time Idea but the faetJIs incpntpstlble that JohiinaU3 tpa bafl bis barrel pre couatryheardhe slid not go Ivr the falls auild the chefrs of a vast crflwd and bob around in the whlrljiool until drawai ashore it was because he hAd other and ufore agreeable ttisjncss on Jjund John Hjtopton wan nit old bachelor living on a farm just outside pf the village of Orlan when the WJdow Da adJoIningliesight Time feelitfe came slowly gradually 111thold shed getting ready to fall down As a neighbor he had lent rtnd borrowed n hundred times add tic a neighbor he had dropped in and talked over farm mat no LI THAT iiAnnEt totfbcn THE SUED sin virw itees two or three times a k fdrstx mouths before It dawned upoi tIm that tie was In hove If John had fitllen In love with a girl he would hnvq ceeded in the orthtdox fashlcnUiit us the person tvats n widow amidzs ha lud read that the way to capture a wid w was to strike strfli ht from th shou dor within thirtysix hours he ap nta red before her and Lltmtly saldf Whither love you Will ybu many mo 5 No sir wont was the eqdally blunt reply Then John renllzPtl that the straight from the shoulder busincdj wa a fraud nnd a dcI isI6u lie Ural up lilt hat anti walked oIl Under the circumstances wMcw conU excus Mm for taking n snort cut acres the garden nod trampling over her CUCUCK bees and uprooting her onions It was n week batons he could yell rt lilt oxen In Isis usual enthusiastic way Then he woktf tip to the fact that lioi still lived and loved and that there twist hope tar Win If be worked timings right It was a lightning rod man who Ouatly gave him the tip Never try to rush a wlddcr was use sage advice given him by tlinirn of tlimulPKtormX A wljdec eats libl timer be rushed like youd buy a cow nor courted aa If shaweretd love sick girl Youve gut to get her sympathy flrst Thrre slays later the news reachpl the Widow Davis that John was lnbd as the result of an Interview with n wandering bull The bull hadntq 5te killed him Wit ha was uuconsctpus anJ uslns her name at Intervals of two or three minutes The widow sent hliira freshly killed chicken amid a tumbir cf currant Jelly and boprd lit woud rpiia recover John chuckkd as tie realized that bo had ninth a fair start on the new programme At end of lit vti limped oer to receive tsar sympn titles and congratulations and tlie fu lure looked rosy for him Two weeks later ho was In bed again As toll to the widow ho hind slid oil the roof of his barn and struck the earth with a thud that was beard far a nlllo nraun He had cried out her name wb5u fin Ing and her name was the first word to pass lilt lips when he finally opened lilt eyes During week John Hampton was In boil he was the recipient of several inossanes of condolence and several tllsiPd prepared by the widows own Ivuid and when he got out again ho floured that his chances had Improved Ui per rent Encouraged by this feel lug lu limped over to Widow Da vis and rgnln asked former liand and Flart hut again ho was turned down fuse was sorry for him time hapeJ woiiii iiml one to lore Ulm bttt se felt Hint tu bet the coild do wan to bii sister to ui It wasnt a jlbhtning a it mrn bit n sowing ma- clvlni useit to whom John Hampton turned for iidvLo on this 8cpntl occa felon and ho couldrt have doiu brttJr- Wby lf as rt sy R3 rolllnij oft a la ntpllod the mai when the facts vro In lilt porsc siiri- inrlni thenst f rrdrys Widow Davis lipjinl various reports concerning the man for whom KIO had n sisterly affection tIe looked nnd acted stningc ly lull his friends feared suicide ho had given nn order to village copper for n lug Ijarrol and would not ospljiln Its ntendod use One dty things cmae to n climax Jtbn llnuipton drov up to the nld ass louse with barrel In the wagon It was nn overgrown swell front lmnvla bniTcl big enough to turnish sheltor tu n yearling talf The staves had boon painted blue nnd bonds red nnd it looked ns If It iiml Just escaped from n circus llio with low glanced fronj the birro p John jnml imlwl n little If the bnrrelj looked cncusy John Jupkeil desperate and she roallml that the two wcrocoii iiccted In omt desperate etuterprise WIdiler Davis began the uiaij as lie Icokcil straight Intoli6roy9s toy love htht been rejected There Is notlf tug left for mo but oatb and I aim going to die like a man 1I wouldnt she replied as sue looked nttjie barrel and Acon Jor i what pat t It was to pipy In tito twj edy Sfrutto Jitagara Fulls Wlron gtt thorp im going to lip barreled up hjid sonl over Jolla to my death There will be liken sttnds to ahit why I want to die When clitvr lint barrel your inme shall be on UiJ jipsi shali remembej tlio ctlstflVtl pie the currant jelly thistsrlig cHlckon anti the rlcdpnfIUug and bless ycu for your kindness Mpy I hope that you will think of me when nnv j n jLiAst4 AcgetablePrcparaiionforAs siiniUiiingllteFtxiclandhlegufa Irpmotcil1hgesliditChecrM netss aridltestContains neilher QiMum Morpliine Jioc Gierai OARoTIp 41xmna RaAilts 3t IJfnnfre Ctolfodtgar Jae Aperiecl Remedy for Constipa lion Sour St tnachDiarrftoca rormsConYulsionsFcvrish ness anfl Loss OF SEEEP TatSurate Sttfnalurc of NEWYOflK LACTPYoFwFER 1 John baa repealed this little speech a Ijundred tinica ovcr during the last two days and bo got It off without a break It touched the wlJlpws hejirt just as the sewing machiQc cntJiaid It would Slits blushed and looked this way stud lust nud hnally said I was wanting a vinegar barrel this fell anti meant ta ask you to get intf one next Utile you wenttP town A dead man cant be uunthrjj up vinogar barrels IBut a live one can repllefl the wldr c7 wills a smile I think Johiil unk a v Wbni da you think Iuey I think youd better1 rcll that tsar rel under the tigou shied anti leave it here like the cobrtf It and Im sure U will hold vinegar cnopgh jSr last us two or three years Lmjr exdblaed Joists aS be cldSj bered put oj the wagpii Did I say us Ve1l well havrtp let It gp at that As was saying Its n very nice brtrrel amid whenTI think of It gpips oyec Xjagam falls tb bs asH smashed up and lost Pfqjur s Why tu course said thm1sqwirmg fcnchlne tnau wLciihe jfauSeiSdt way siIa Tcn Iitns Parrots to TalL la reply to the query how doiypu teach parrots to lalkV a bird tlea pr sold lI allow my parrota some 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