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Iqga aet1i ia IL515- ttth state whejfle 1aSIei lirift bttlsurI Bsedka In S4ariLu i rr1WHVH r fiewatcfc d theI Be was akvI4nkI1lS SIns isakewcme Wa H wtvee47 f tcfsEd qt 5 IjaodujdeTa55551rr swhtJ kl tae uszs batWi wb- ital S1d se iptt4 f0 r1 t fi lillit det I1IStSId1e- elLp 1c tr fetutUlrF fliers nrrept sti II rnrs r K 1 I rwT 1 T yyHtNtWSEAO PVBLlaamDtIIIrY A YEARN ADVANCE J 1P1U11Q Y a R 1f1XAVISON Jr ViiC J pjJr 4 pslWnl l t4sr- aD JiV4l4OSS 4 M w S kteaa pwIs4I l l Mvjia1 jwilJelretl sstlr f jWWSX r 77Ik 8I l uIfrAY AY1bJ4 J toHf lel i j w iutdli4raso t ti b iW It V wMtlDwa ft9hyRa r9 Is t e iub l Iul Jet We sre a itbai every present lb r 4oild renew end SI Trtsrs pay up acd in MiYMce We havetne interestt of irMdcra In rind atall ad tohojr our apprecia ii Wiwil send The American losst Monthly of ties Moines lsMT s sse of the best illustrated iadsoIY papcrjs pub1 i ji f WMtf we year 10 all our pres 7 MibKrite wlio are paid lnj rirswicc Arty old subscribe in ty l May have Ana rican ifisi Mtmhly and pur flsp Ife4kfl4t y r by paying up ar tr jjpihi a4 i a advance by Feb 1st M w jril erl both the Am rir r IFh HflmeliCcmlhlyand our paper 4 4S7 fuiotiy1tOOt1e price ifiwsLEADERlonellsu 4 fccrip4o U received by Feb 1stt Wt trwrt our present subscri- Wr will aTail therasilves of this iW ersas1ocaIttheattenii n ir1riRd to it J t i isot sp akvto highly of iIf Amicjn rlonie Monthly l so1 nhich may bVseenAat oiroce f ti4i 3 u jiab cnpti n in at eiatdelay Ars Eo I Da ism Jrt J Pib NJSXSS T PSTOV CF THE ANcHOR- 1ilpldfrswII1rIN r jhi Tfent JIhMIe 1Ia1fII 4tp Kittditfu a cboni In Keacntl used up t tiw b riiMLit K of tile last century r CMMMM oC laag rbwad Iron Jiaak J iMTkif two comparatively suort a jki fctaruM or Mukec iacHucd ta the a at aManIe of about 40 degrees a pmrtiay it lu a somewbalt sharp puuist at the crowu In large anchors Ao b rky wooden stock was built up jpLiYierxl I irfeces heoied together the tJHK rIn ontward to the cuds fiIsil1y ov UteMtOl cablelc1e Abit tIN bejtiBnlDg of the last cea ii a clerk la tbe Plymouth naval yaWr rfring by name suggested ccr Iils ifMrtiyRweatfi the most Important OC wbjkk nrn aiaklag tthe arms carved iisiid trAt httLlpt sight this ISt4M44t tYflCwor iitttevnine b rtt MMrraU will trtiow that this Is iioiM IYPTIe boldiug iiowcr of na aurttor dVvtsuds on two prituIpal con dtttteiw nwly too extent of useful bwMlNC wirface nad the amount of rtpIJl etratloa The latter jiuul Itjt In eecoaary oa cOunt of the aa 1t11J1ifeC ordlMry sea bottoms ihe s ir ftMlft11C wbicli are generally Ui s IfaniUns Mad retistlBg than Is the fltiMHMl a itbort distant bekjw 1m ttbe ser 1JSJ1 chain cabled began tp mtirran tlie beuipea ones with tgt rMMlt tlNttUIP1 bug slutnUcd na fliof WkI f oiB vogue were no IpiigQr UPriiMry iaW aucbors with sborftT sk fii m4 wkta heavier and stroagi j erowiM i ilUMUy came Into use In coMMiWPttee of tbece cbaapps n com mfcosfcm was oIatetiln the year 1838 to iw lrr lRt4 tbe bokliBg power of aa des and a ptliiIpsl result of Its In bow was ibt Mioptioa of the so culled twltuiralty pnHera ancbor which con thardtobeiiiedlnthnavyiiptotheyear iiaimurr In 1Iij 2 made the welding of heavy lJ1 ll colUparalITIjrUabk d the jKreagtb of Ua r ce frltb tliHt of the d come fato gin orA e 11lIt 1JttIUOlaj t IuItto 111 H iNllIJii ia w jljiitl ft PUgte From pie County 1 uo r Jl Amont the Qpunf j Ps 1pie- I JJl i as Reported by ur Corrspndtats J lL4MM 5 L j1 C1 INj IJLiLt Eirett end Kdy Jen ktis vouag tfOtUtO Mr obn J iikiB Shabeen Vetj i j plk 8hemendi 1 14randMrs rOb Tjaj urn or Mackvillo jflsifed relatives Here lait week Mr John Jenkins bought crop Qf jtqbaccq from James Deis for 5r11Walter P rliinjt of Graensbur rQdtis visitingi relatives her this week Mrs Ed Foser gave an en lertab mentj last Thusdjy night in lonor oflWiss Addie Keeling All report d good time t The 19inorithsold cHld o tMilJame3 White fiat has been suffering with pneumonia iis better Mr Richard Carey Vd Ed Gott tradedorses last week iiu which there WJslO iryoyedv toII iog Prce not known Mrt Isaah Priher who has had a severe attack of pneumonia Jis bietter it this writing Mr William Jenkins hasf jmpVed to Mr J B Jenkins place and Mr James Sbiehjs has moved to the H 11s boro neigh borhood We reo ret to see him leayo usv but w hat we loss Hills boro gains Mr James JCays blMrO 8ingto bad VevlherSstiir day tlie ctiWd that atended th- es1eof deo llvanswai small but Iiddingwas lively Every things brought fair prices one i12 year old mare 35 one buggy mare 525Omoats in sheaf r75 per hundred other thingssbld wel and aicionereVCol l ft W Qrouch played ngood part i fiomas Scott bought a buggy of Joe Nicholson for 55 1IilckviIIc W B Hatchelt sold it mire mue colts at 83 each to J T McMiller of Fairvfewa f same partv two y ttntns at 501mqrP fLou1s Yankee sold a bunchof 180 pound hogs id Wycoff Case at Sic The ladies aid fociety realized 30 at their measuring party given last we eJat lIrs Ray bournes y Wrlhara Arnold have bought 20000 pounds of tobacco from difllerents parties at 7ic Reed Thompson one of our most popular and energetic ypuig men left last week for kenluikyiI mules to Snailh VhWtly tSfringflrld or 310 IWilbur Peter sold 285b pounds CoISpringBeld at Sic John Baker- Isold 4000 pounds at 8Jc AItIt W P HatchettboughU 7vear old combined horse of ML earcy of Springfield at 55 anda andbne ofj LoganfBrown at StO Vilirsbur Fec JA Sims delieredbis- Iareell sermon at the dhnstiau Church at this pjacp Be will preach at Battle Glens Creek and bthier places during 1904 t RiViN JtValden WIlt rreachat I this placeon nextSunday inorn4 ing ar srlalUo r lerntinrV Mrs1 I Iwe nibbs h getting a1n Ja Lebanon at McChprd t 1nfirmilry rfBbp wiU be abteto return home sore itro- MrOscarSwe soOn efo Muck vijle sitfd MISS Nancy e u Lwpent rHatfJ t Mr tJlaud Cheil- Maymia ti4Mss- ftlerrittS tttie pleas tgaest of Misss Addle Keelip- giarTathm lust week III tJ JlfsJ M Trent is with her parents In Louisville fvilissI i Mae Birch visited her printsduring the hphdaysShere- lurnedtoLDuisvi11e New Years Ho enter school tfgam- 1Mr Johnnie Turner ard Wiss i9itingIIhopethe many readers of the dear oraI NEWS LEVDER have had u raery Xmas I extend a happy New Year wiah to tvhe editor the readers and all long live the NEWS LEAPER may every home in Washingtoa coun ly be the happy recipient of the NEWS LEADER xt yeafj and if I call not any more may our town hatfe a new correspondent and more spicy news that will suit everyone Bidding you all good bye ania1 happy new year U KNOW WHO I MOORES7ILLE 4 Mr Slips Divine nas removed 10 Xiopresville Mr Peter Hilton toBookel Mr Mlrray Vest to nearLitsey Several more will remove this weeK Ve have been termed the biby reporter because we icport nearly every birh that occurs We love children and cannot help from reporting births and xve will say that we hope that tb3 crop of51it will be large as any year that has passed Mrs Estella Hardin has re tscied to her hcrae at Bloomfield Misses Lelia Wall and OHie Cull left last Monday to enter sohpql atProf Greehwells at Bardstowh There was a small crowd out lastSunday to hear Bro Adkics preach The weaher was very cold Irire are six vac nt houses in iMaud at the present time al though some of them have been rentedl for this year WO Ellis was over jo Bloomfield last Wednesday on business s Mr Jeff Cox says we aro to hav2hnvs this winter rVe alteadyIi uary 1st 1904 Mfs Kate Ro mizer of piralysis aged 86 earF he wa born and raised herr ftin t Miss Kate Pile befor marriage fifegJiaid manv friends and relatives who will begrieved to her deih She wac a sister of Mr Warren Pile of Simms I met Mr James Grigsby ihe oih jr day and he was dll smiles It is a 10 lb girl and looks like its p ppy i Canary MrJR 0 Canary sold his to peristick Mis Lena IJatker df Fcnwick is visiting Miss Mollie Taylor this we If 1s Mr Richard Lankfurdbf iaimms Va visiting in this vicinity Satudayand Sunday j Misses Mrollie Taylor and Lna Backer visited W A Barker and wife Sunday Bertha Wulston and son IMrs are speuding 1 their Christmas at Lebanon Miss Margaret Yaste visited lief parepts at this place Saturday Jim LrtnhW attended tjie school entertainment at Texas Wednesday night and reporfoJr ftMiss Adra Canary vii itd Lena JBarker at RC Canarys u ur tferJohn Reed who has been quUo Ick with la grippe wo are glad foIsayL3 improving J John Barker has moved to i the McMUan prof erty and 5ohn Harmon moved where he lived MrR C Canary bought of Vest Perkins aLuirgy pce unknown Lookout girls he says ha is gqlng out among em- Mr Jim Hall cf Sherman visitingtiends ARE YOUORE USE aracamphiRelierei ImUotlf be Money Refund OE FEET Bt sSw I O returned home lMisses Mollie Baylor Adra Canary and Lena Barker visjtgd Mrs Emily Cocan ugher at Texas Tuesday Mrvt T McMillan and fam ly have moved to their new hom- einSpringfhld Abe Canary visited hisI IMr in law Mrs EJ Hiatt Tuesday who is dangerously ill Valley Hill Whoopins O ugh is plenliful enough in this neighborhood Mr Hagan gaye a social lat Week Mr CharJey Lewis movei this week IMr T C Tatumslittle daughl ter iis quiet ill at this writing Mr DacUer Pragoo gave a dance Tuesday niglt The bird season is over and tho hunters are quiet Mr ILf MOSJ purchased Mr Leo Goatley tobacco at 6Jc Mr Lee Goatley cut his thumb off in a cutting box last weak Mrhgan and family ae goit to leave our midst and severaiof the boys are sadhearted- Movins theordeirof the day Our bomes would be lost and so would the RF D if it was not for the good old NEWS LEADER We will ever ce readytQ llend your colulLns a few efforts of a feeble pen and hopa you all a happy New Year UNGtE SAMS fIRM A Worlds Fair Exhibit of- valtik lo All Ruralists LES20H JH FOBESTEY AND 010P3 Government Expert Has Designed Novel Farm and Worlds Fain VIi tors May Learn the Value of Tim ber For Windbreaks A Nursery For Forest Trees A model t npr representing a sic tion of land iCO acres In extent lllus rating especIally the value of tree planting and the rotation of crops will to one of tile Interesting and valuable exhibits provided by the United States government at tho Worlds Fair George L Clothier Field Assistant for the United States Bureau of Forestry antI In charge of the cooper uvo tree planting nLsbeeaAlIatle d a lajge area adjoining the sixacre map pf the United States that is worked outtltb the representative crops of the various states and ten ritories The s acfes reduced Id times Is laid out as a model farm The farm stead occupies the northeast corner of the site and contains 93G square rods A model farmhouse with model barn stables and outbuildings are to be erected There is an or chard vineyard garden stock and potltry yards pig sUes and all oJ tho other equfpments for a farmstead The neidq are all othe same size 30 by lltrods Fivo of 4em run oast and jifcesfand ar0 parallel The Jlfth is on ihe north find of the tract and with jje arxnsteadaro all lomg as the other five combined are wide Windbreaks s are plantej on the south and Jwest sides of the entire farm The windbreak is placed here because the prevailing winds in Mis sour and Kansas come from those dlr rectlons On a farm of 160 acres these windbreaks would be a belt of trees 82 feet thicK On the njodel farm at tfie Worlds Fair all of the trees best41 adapted for the pufpose will be sljgwn On the bottom land the best trees are cottonwood and box elder On the uplands ash and osage orause make toad windbreaks Kusslan mulberry and white elm or hackberry with ash or Russian wild olive prove very effective All of the ifeWnInyoung trees foir these windbreaks are not planted Irregularly but ate set out in squares like corn and aro cul tlv ted The fences between the fields too are exhibits of forestry Treeawill- be planted at regular intervals and the wire fencing will be thus nailed to live posts This will demonstrate economy both in scjaca covered and in the cost of building In addition to their used as live fence posts these rows of trees constitute subsidiary windhreakti The windbreaks serve to protect the crops in the fields When the hot winds sweep toward the fields they strike the bolts of trots are tossed in the air and pass over the Hold The shade they cause conserves the moisture in the soil and serves the farmer in other valuable ways The rotation of rop aa exempli fied on this model farm in full 6f valuable and fcractical Information On this sixfield farm Mr Clothier haq arranged for a flveyear rotation On One field alfalfa will be vlaateJ and it will be shown that this must bO left for five years to obtain the beet results for both tbe te land 4other plidI ed to tlmo lfll- le rt PROFITf The matter off fed is dPr nremehdous v Importance to the farmer Wrong feeding is 4t loss Righti J t feeding is profit Theuptcdatefarmerknowst vhatto feed his cows to get the most milk his pigs to get the most pork his liens to get the most eggs Science But how about the children Arc they fed according to science a bone food if bones are soft and undeveloped a flesh and muscle food f they are thin and weak arid a blood food iiit there is anemia Scotts Emulsions is a mixed food the Cod Liver Oil in iir makes fleshb1odaiidmucle r the Lime and Sodanake bone and brain It is the standard scientific fOoIfor delicate children i Send fort free simple Be sure that this picture fa the form of a label u on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you b- uyScottBone CHEMISTS 40 PearlSt N YI Sic v4 all drujjUts oabi whale in size wll be exhibited by anta Barbara county Cal at the Worlds Fair The crawfish was caught recently Ina trap which was set In the channel a short distance off shore from San Luis Obispo Cat In Jength it measures exactly 3V Inches from the end of the taU to the end of the feelers The fish Js 20 Inches around the head and weighs j pounds Unable to withstand tha change of surroundings the crawfish died shortly after being taken from the water A large metal box is be- Ing made ia which to keen him while oa exhibition at the Fair Sixteeu gallons of alcohol will be required to preserve ihp fit mbarraaajug The Squires Pretty Daughter exam ining the tillage school Now cliil dren can you tell me what a miracle is The children looked at one another but remained silent Can no one answer title question tbe new curate asked who was stand ing behind the squires daughter A little girl was suddenly struck wlfiia brilliant Idea She held up her hand excitedly Well Keillor the squires daughter asked smiling approvingly Plenc nil8sJlicLi lL c IIdre v15essly mother sajs url be a miracle It you donfy marry the new curate London Globe Recognized It This smiled tlie fond young wife as she passed a plate of dessert to her husband is cottage pudding I made It myself The roan tasted of It Id have known It vrag cottage pud ding be asserted You wbuld slier asked delighted Yck I can taste tbo plaster and the wall paper What lid you do with the BhluglpJt and tbe bricks of the chlm PIYr4uP The Sweet ebb LKlttlepml told uie Just evening r wns the prettiest Srv1 ever saw BcsseOt thats notblug lie said the saw iojue last year KlttleK know doaK but his taste may iiuvj linprovtil since then you fin w U0tan Transcript c COVERED DISHES r The Hcaxon They Vcr Introduce During the Middle ARP From the ills when our Ancestors took tb2h rood In their hands awl ate It with as little ceremony as a dog gaaws a bane to the present time ot elaborate dinners Is u long step but a gradual one It wits n number of ecu tunes before dishes of any kind were used and knives and forks us adjuncts tto eating ire later still Te tear of poison which haunted the mind of erery person ofulality during the mid die ages gave rise to certain curious customs and even to certain superstl tlons When dishes are now served coVerc1 It Is understood that it is merely for the purpose of kccpiag them warm This was not however the principal rensoD wby they were not served coveted durIng the dark ages It was the fear that poison might bo introduced Into tji mi surreptitiously between the kitelnfa ned the table where they wCreto be served to the personsITue ctS uot Ms1plnwere brought oa tlie table ila tire manner It was tthe custom OSIS when the dlsaes were snwQjj some of the scrvaats to IIrat of them but this custom wns ward In part replaced by the sorvaata touciilng the food with one of several objects Tvhlchwcre regarded ns lufalU ble preservatives agalast poison Citpplug c4w Ti following accoiint ls given in Country Life of xbejdiy ikwblpb pll feting crows areiiiI1wIth by Italian ayrlcttltUrists Af1oJ ot a certain depth U dor la Hfowiid at the bottom of bleb p pMceti euwi decayed kicat nr sIiapd wedge ot paper U 1I1IIerted Jk tfcf hole tb aipr the par Win ted yIthfj e NIJtnCK sees tb- JcendS to rMsp It 1fIfirm hold of It berbevvp agaia- Pull tIf Uowcrer wnttfd with ereapthitlIibIs wad fI1dca fCr iuislf off IthecIieieup to ox liuury tidgqttf In tjiar nlr rev6lT o fttaitir a dt r rp1pace i THE LARGEST ORGAN iI Ai Worlds FairAttracttoni Iii FestjyalI1 JI 1tO i JnO TIrES lIISTJDE r 1 jThelas One Hundred proIduceand Forty Clops and Ic 37 tlnct Tones f The largest organ In the universe a mastodon of melody Speaking in thunder tones Istheu iparalleled at- traCtion of tire Hall ct estlvals at the Worlds Fair It Is an Instrument capable of producing 17179869lSa di tInct tonal ef teeth a continuous pei formahce that would last 32600 years If a different one of these combinations were drawn every minute a these can tUrles of time This master melodla i of the woUd jlaUvelyfhej Its proportions and 4ts overpowering volume of sound are ihe least of Its remarkable achievements In the realm of instrumental music That Its thousands of pipes sound the pro foundest depths of the grand passions as easily as the wind stirs leaves to fairy cadences Is an Infinltesslmal part of Its accomplish tents Efforts never hear outside the grand orchestra until t manufacture of this colossus place its expressive powers far in advance jf other organs All of the woodwind Instruments of the full band are coat lined wIthIn Its vast compass i Large asa brick blok G2 feet long 40 feet high iJd 33 fe t widen atl4 sesslng140 stops 239 movements anc 10059 pipes It oversh idqws the most famous instrument of Christendom It cost approximate i 100000 Only the master musicians may command its marvelous volubility Two electric motors eachof 10 horse power drive this factory f sound the construction of which required 100000 feet cfl lumber and 115 smilesl of wire The racial plpcis alone consumed 16000 pounds of zinc and 9000 pounds bl oft metal its wooden pipes contain 35600 feet of can fornia sugar pine Jj The two pipes drawing the lowest tones arc each 32 feat long two good sized men side by side ora small pony can pass through them A train tbelmonster tleyenI I tl ThelAustralhui j thelWorldsThe next organs In rank are those of the cathedral at Riga Russia with tour manuals and 124 stops Albert Hall London four manuals 109 stops Garden City t L four mani uals and 115 stops Chicago Auditor turn four manuals llnn 111 pS11 Leads Town Hall agland four manf uajs add lib stops Seville Spain Three manuals and 11Ocstope St Sul pice parts five pnn qrud 10 stops St George Hallf ilverp ol four manuals and 100 stops and TJlm ca psrFivewithin this enormous mass of engin ery electrical mehani3t and wla 8 ssurer The flrfet or great organ the Vecpnd or choir organ the thlrdf or sweM jgaotL tho fourth or sold organ and the Irtin r hgiojj The echo organ alfane is 18feet wiu 17 feet thigh and 10 feet deep It ha a special bellows 2 feet long bYfour feet wide operate by a motor of one and onehalf hors power The fiyo organs can be automatical ly playe l at one time by a doubfo roll 4SelfperformInjg attachment onja separate consol or key desk ThIn arrangement drav s out the tremend oils power and beauty a feat utterly beond the range of hunan fingersf 6AFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOp VISITOR TO WORLDS FAlftl A noVel ahICfUI concession fll the Worlda Fair will be that of the Safety 6eposlt SIlt This conces ion which was recentl grante will be of great convealenca to visi tors A tit eproo building containing about 2OOU rafeU depdslt boles will be erected me3 locattan vlll probi bly DO at the av rth rnunc1lf tbo Model ay tea their mover M tt theY dd moment the JtreftJl8diJn1 qf loss orL theft y only entukh cash use returp tozrIetooeciiaea The invitation list of the governor general of Canda Is wade out strictly la accordance with precedent but 1s not kept up to date always the ajld who bjis to seal the Invitations out jgeaerally an Eugllslwuna or Scofja amntiiot always being nucourant wljth changes on the list The lute Sir Antoine Dorjoa cbjef Justice of Quebec wits once Invited jio some function was proper but Lajly Darien who wtsu dead was In m torIoq the groand that Jhc was In line cemetery The pest year however tlie tame ullstnke jvas mude the did Judge wrote brick to the nlddecanip la waiting j i Sir Antoine Porion accepts etc but her ladyship b Jug stiil In St Antws ce uietery 8U MAatoJas Is compelled agala to decline the Invitationfor her I JIAnijthci Karte Per It The VclcrIanry aitd5 a critical fcs apiiuutloa cf tile nlllng steer i here and tllcre whereverthe dencation orn bone wria vlsliJe be at temptedI ib plaph the skin But itwouldiiot wcrk What Is Jid nxattcr with it1 asked tlWowtier qf tbe steCr lone b11 whit would be called qon dytl ilshBaiilniore CrI m T ri XeI44it 0r1 NUorlcrTbat jpIcfdri the old niaste4ssfKorab l1Jtiijew twatdi lTcllidt eaa- tbdr nay a JlUinlu0orMtr he- Ar 4 tates it t l l4MrIt- IIarpers M lfxlWV Inr c7Naudr1 unUeratnUd you are aqottt to lost titi obg 1Iuctort hut llrta been firPachlnV for Foil JlK Jl3tyearor two 1 FOR CHILDREN regulatesthetops crying cures summer complaintJ I Ms3 Yewfft er Owboro IInOVbabT a rl I kdt ftetbiSc I beyond give 1klMll him coatrel tip 7 HisltowNJ J 111ftOmf For saleI by CJ Haydn Pharmacist r J Remember that theI 7 j Morp S + Handles everything jin the W fof auiLDMGMAf RAI t tnI1 r i S any l 4f EC If you have building tfp do got oU prices We cap give you estimtesv oi buildings complete or eafi feteislii you the mateuaj at llowest prices j ardsah offiner ddpQ t j Telephone 39 r SPRINGFIELD KY 1 BIT OIF FRENCH 1I8TORY Ia Kniplre pLoat For Want ff tke lUtih SrtofRIURlI It An old Ifffejnd width makes no po4 tense to truth tells hdV a klagdom was for want of a horseshoe nail iButflost e ot sober historical and bid graphic purpose written by Count iTHcrrlssiY diakes It appear that the Empress Enieale nftcr the pattle of Sudan lost the Chance to preservistho eniiof Lc husband by not possess lug exactly the rlJLt sort of riding habit It waS the evening of Sept 3 1S70 j Tliq news of the surrender of the French army and of tlis Emperor jsTa poleonat Seta hadspreadvboiit 1nr- Is The cIty was excited apdtliero was talk of a evolution and the btn Ishincnt of tlib Iwperlal 01iA this juncture tljajie de Girardla zthan wio was tniated t by the emprosf and who had hall ao little experience dur lag the previous changes of govern raeat anrlvcd at tai palace of the Tul leriea If 3oUr iaijestytvcre toappcnJ on horscbacH In tire midst pf the peo pIe GIrardIa said 5Jpad hnnounce thee abdication of the emperor la favor of the nriagcJmnn 1hil vaur 111 assump theljUcthe ll of Tblcri sptminister tljc1einpire might befnreL Something must boftone io tHrm ibe- tw Tile empressv accepted the idvice Est when this leader of the rvoj4a fashton sought for 4 proper costuiie for her performance It could not toe famfil The only riding habit In the Tuli rtel Was n fantastic quo of pecncw eid ircd with gcjjd3 and silver Jnadu for a cst il hunting occasion and the hat was a not less fautnsflc three cOrner taffair ofth epoch of Louis Quisle The cmpres felt that ItwoUhJllot do td appear In this garb on suck an occa slou Her appearance in It might knyi the opposite ell ct upon the peojife from that hshc Intended The plan had tojbb given tip the empress and the prince Imperial were baalsbed nnd the Naijpleonlc cmplaewas tJm end 4 tA NEFR NEWS Tho ceawi4Newepaper pter i ira litIt I e t Poets ate born not made said the retired newsaper man to the New Or mulS lInieRJ mocrat awl T might ndd tnat reporters cpaie Into this wqrld in much tho same jvayi For Instance the born reporter will get a story if there jsxrae tQsight while lie who only has what li ould ha techniical sortof training nrlll skim ever the same groun4 without ever discovering that anything out of tkVordlRary has happened Not many years afo l was hojdlng an Important posltto oa one of the principal journals Ckkago 1 was one diy put on the city editors desk and wanting to tejt the ability of two new mftn oh stalf lassig ed both of the u ipr t thee same s4ey Of course neither knew the other was In the neighborhood and you ought to have seen their rescctle reports QM of them ba a twqqolumM 8917 that created a sfnsatloif rsimoae end V the city td tl1e other whiM the irtker turned in about two Bucks af the driest tuff fo ever rerearto hive f read I aai satisfied that both the meA covered Ulstory to toboe ef respectIve lOpes One of tiiei theirJJ had a nose for newt anti ties didnt As 1c saldrefoWersf are not made by irtwlylafDac linikJiii the e3truCt t Tie ttI boent re rt er Mint honiff1 hta newspaper otticr b can live on jink pad tan steep auMU fon the Imp Ing stoat lie t llIttle news la a hog biting aiDS iI hilt bOle fIldck ttt guiesp the 1121Ort1Ht oJ- trllt na teIIis bout a aaa blt1ttcrt jtit rlu Grant estimate qt be shuttles of the guncrafc of tlit nrnie aay ir at frss Crouts itaff In the Natlo- n1gie I13k W4oaa that ruMI sd t tartgea IM pps the wan e peiom UII rleidshl toe tLta btiiiiBti41 r WM tprc lutyMice General JTboraas tue oo nkl 1nullidomh1blt1awr jlkl favtfrlta lie tsonsfdcrtHl tLia dash jjjjjjjjuoatjjjje I I EarlyRism fftTAS LZTTLZ mu P3IiIdtlt frtn BUlone Sick Hssdachs Ttpi4 Uv r Jun dlcOOlandaJl Yroubl aria lag frGinaainactivs driaf liver DcWJt IIttls Early Risers ass WI equalled i I1WJ act prtrnjitly sad nevsr grips t t TheyarsodIatythatitisapLMototo mi1te laxative two OIifoacfaa a pteasantaridelfcctivt 6thrtle They ue purely vegetable i olutrlii l11My toG the hiusr- UMPzD9atYbY rEC DWit Co Ckhei4o SI4S ARE OLD r la AwctcMt iBrevec They Were Csetl- a aKsIxJ Ilewoei The stQci ct tnarking u buth IIOUSP ly Hieans ottljnlIs or Viy t auclentorlglp In Jbe gfct titi s of ilUc east fad among the iilJcleut Ejptliilu JIICb pratttl1111st uul1JIitJlmtC CSSfliY 85 i trd u ftla ontined Ite certudnt sectionst of tUoi JcltdlspfnfcdhtI toglMmK and fecfs sjgnWlards war- rsiitos4eseltef In their use by Ute Greeks jLfWaiciM tclis ao He lijirijc the well kiioya sign front j0f lila hoUlle Advancin tq Rqinen times there nbuiidaiitevideske osig ssstke dis- coverles oltpS n aiid flcrrtulaneum r amply testifjv brlbe Eternall GJjr sonic oC the slreets tterl ted thdrnatews from slgws jtist a lmdreds of Tx BcIil stiectshsv bees i IISULCL Th man steet Ylcu tVolPncdl WM named fra the elgi for a lire name ludtatQ5t was tie Mreitof ii t i Bear Wltfe the B1 Oif But ft was Upf tiMtll Ate ta the llftpeatlt century tthat the enstosu gaIneda footing la En lhod fal jaHKnffJl taverts and nlelieuee Tf8t fr canto the Beco slty of dJatlngiirjaWflif betweew certain sloops 1rolit aou4 ky the fiict tliat lie iiowsea were not sbered nnd tutu people c uld ft riNd word signs Jullaa Klny Calfoni IB St Mcbqlas 5kJump4itr The great evj8t 91 the KeclngctuMof t- ittlic wcsten stales Hbe umplng contest Only a skee ti pMf knows the senMttojt Below the endless bill seeing toitreeken Trintot the fx passe of tkeysiky the stepaess Ottb lncl e lost In ttt wfIteness 4 lotig breath and yen rGJtstcr hIKE faster yea ieM1 10017 a JasIi of etItk frootniid tteJinp eCls coin liif CrettctalBC anti yflfr knees almoet tock y wr siec1tb mii cte ltr1ft4ttCl opt lute the aIrq wll A utraii Hgfain4i sad feeLloiifpa take poseecon o your limb Had your IIklt J8ItbekttI aoerIiit- leto piiee Aft losig seeded ycrtrjiM L tailed tMKk to wttth rfrst for halft a ewtxl sfttly te ten hard MvirM that hems to give you ju clfefcfc sfaock To4l wi4e M4IlJeMt1lro Iwitto left c dr soot seiiw ghod to the ironml and t1IIIa the air bat 1oi- hayc ept ym anti areuott- hfiwwiud At 1ittl catck yur itl tlwita- I f flsitrr l f i AIwltli huiHJrctl tfliibri lutSau rictfhi urettI eiirveCosrp- LHInA tI uI I f FiTsb sab mk skaIoi stoS 10 Jo wigiity iiiy 0 = fPt Ii the na f we nihim coit1ke fllerbi or ttJ1lrlltho d r t1 a bgtr joLt to jMtviVsonuv a ft 4s tomjve others VfJ Irate WatchmanLook nriItb t algli c wrr r rr r v NEVlLEEACEF 7wy 1 THE r 4 = LOft DONS UKAbbHUrttR Ir Thr ud i4 f Y LarkTb golden araasboppcr on tbe tower f tbe Beyal Kccbaof baa been for aIt7 tbre aad a balf wutariw a tminn landmark M familiar as the craw at Pauls or the dragon oo Dow eharrb steepte lit Thomas Oreabam a royal agent la taree acoaaalTO Jtfca founded till eaaages the rnlpl auHedL He mtoi tat ills own peUI e a baattfnl atratttat to tM noamiafe atyk of arcbl 4Ltednr with abopa oa tile tnt Ioot4 b V too on oa aide of th cbkf jostt aei Th bo m tile tower aata W th nerctaBts at IS o tock aaoi iu arfin Dw mr the great AN III lMb tmUdia was lOt11- 7dlt4t ThP atBtwo of hl a and rlIpt the cenwJ piiWbt o thi eor a- liar sw1tiltilsatbStOWeInd4 v If pI wu IitJur br tile itnpall aud laW jiaoaiai serrfeer waft sat Mrfottea Pram tM B tafei of debr tile naaaaafp W was reo S 1I nd It vu p1c fly Y- afItat btafB ill am tfc w J u- pWdstport OartetMaa cbHUstB and to tbia hour It owtata to the points I tile pilat n eibaaafaaUly TV 11 di tbat tower bod foar dials and fbSttftSSSdI7eni7-t M airii aad Voariti oa Jlaaiar Gd BT iIf King wIr Taaalay Watvrioo Marca oa laaaj TWrea No Lack Aboot Bs m ftsiudmy JM Coa l1 asenCsM r a KrWWy Uf Let 0 Cafrtoa and oa taIr GuavIV Maftt IB i 4 after to at aiftf aid b n I jtto toak tanrar akme w rnl yItfa attfcaattaatihe laat a r aj jaav iiy 1S tatawa ocfore thar waar IJP a tpt WAft uI nIJMIe aM Aot tIN i aMIrt j lk 11 m jmat ahfothJr htmr Mfa c lid tali n p tlrJIIrAaioLD J7 ltI Is sv we vdft- AP 1aJPIPJUIII bMeN4- iiIa Ia Is 0 J- JfL Ifbgitr4tfrsethe at ytktn pste u hare boeti Uaaee a tra4w were ciaaalted j IMt1I b laI aeeM v Ute thos all war a were expe- WftdtI7ad 1afl HWhay of O KW vffttboards to II the alhutiBf of ArIas It1nissbsmrdswer iilfrfknn by thC UIUbMbi Mat ac He bug b nit14ttlaes tJt-011 It4t dl- I N and WerealnnevE iaatify ta ft Ktenml Cl y m e Mii tba- 1rkbSiI 4I s Loidi- mjj Ni a apajH1d TIM Mo Tfam twi Pteatt was bi faa as lb nsje- IL t11 L It W the i4rei of The Ii ITtth 4W Hat Oa IHi it was Mimat art la ihe ggtenth century eM rn jwlned a 1o tllnc ttajaiaad irat of aU aasiosig thf ttaviras J tIAter fttPM tW w lItnrbffw rtlth- r vj1ibt 1 Htt tlIPtlt I 111Wfh mt r4 wowT signs- OMOard ta Nicholas Jtp ie- 1af iraat vent W the akeelaf claha t i Mat to the jMrnptsg iL Only a skee rnaaer knows Ilk iYrvetJn14tile1 JMaW the iid5hui kill a r 4 1J it waAj oai Btartr Kaotef and t tm i iiaiy a i h of tand tile J ma oC to e- idllii mdi yo f knee almoat aluMk wtth mtmetec MAM 4 tb n 1 f 4 tNbknII oa of firHmw mad year law iae fe tios of aoari c ifMaar i nioals fas are fl jo oarti irat foif Imtf a oMy but the hard M INa j va b jpfW yen aar tiecuic Toai waMMv Aeibioaotr from W I te a aWt M tile ak hvt yea aid aN tt iarwa dL M aipt tifoidi je r lttkf a blcoottfb tiM a S Yea ae aMvaver oc nio frMwIs 14 1 kejrd feeti 1 dWT +ssl aIs rMM w rdil evCtrj- Lflff55 Lltf4 l OUT i a in4dos ils bean istead p and b- qic ek0 SOid ilsi taU po Is =11 = V Sa 1 rr IIIIIr IIDHiryj w r4s iliaa whsM It S Ctsa r=14 k4ss TrtIb= ty Iapu Y rqIt sab ibsug IUM ne D Katy wa I- iaUary Msrd 01 Hi ts4sdi II bd His foddss ao- it w and I fH llock ofII GuN tat Ma thoICtIt wItleA sd111M I truW imiug sm tIW 1btJtufCIt dl4 1M ezF =ay the eboi ka 5 Cad I lab rt pIcuare ia tea Ileu e1eaue the 5tmalat lbiluggiah liver INDIGESTION kliotbls Nj M tewhbxl wtta 7bsdd pss4IaW s4ia Itelt1a 7rP1I IAAX Zw JUqnioUy iaviforatM tbe ac hon of tU itotaack awl earaa ereo chtooJe eaoM 01 indigarfioB If you Wilt takesaldctThsdford atonailr yoa wiU keep yoar VnbV and ltr inVSt b5tVEIHWFDS UfDRALRVi other ditease Thedfords JBlackDraafbt aot only re JieftI tiptbttcure- aiAdyienVteryPAkeat All 1rmImi aU Vatpack1slV Thcdfords Black Iht iba best mcdii ci to VTegtO the bowelsV Ihira ever tuedVMRS SaoaferarrjKC r rCGn6TI PAT f 5eIrJ Id t Senua yeaw ztgosiIet bilowins strange lcI Jcnt took pla li In a weit end club There lay tlK table in one of the rooms a iSstjof 121Cfl11erjWbo bad put idowR their names for flThflpIOtCIIU- gVbelI1nPr A sorkmfWofl a ltdder wl4 was putting lliiMInlshlus ouches to tlie deconitlon xif tilt celllug let fall a niacle tin splash of rid paint wblch dropffd enjtbeVIltst name on the list WOWlh rsted it jis If with the stroke et pea some of the members who aoticfd this occurrence thought it a ettia omen others Like Hamlet de fed MBgHry Cut curiously enough the member whose name had thus been track out waji ajkch ill the riext day alWldJN1lu the club on the night before the dinner was to have taken place GpWca PcuuyV VTalaable SliareaVThe shares of tin Nexr River corpora tion are the mostvvaluable In the world aad only fractious ot them usually come upon the markot For ninny years updIndeedCharles shares to the company In return torn perpetual aiiuunl payment ofVL300 which turn trader the style of the kings clog s sfill paid How bat a liafgain that Aas Is shown by the dividend for yeara past having ocr aged over X20QO per share wbllva few years ago oneutV- the shares was sold for 122000 by public auction The ac teal face value oft1e shares Is tOO London Standard Webster IVaN Wl1lhi When Daniel AVpbatwiaalm nljn IuuL Rued bins i iiipnld bill isd g t tSVV vas Hearcd dt Bt he stopped railing at 1or 6rders The godlike Pan i BRked him why one day mill the man confessed that ho snppoxwll Mr AVebster would never trade wJfli him ftgrfin Oh raId Webster ie me as often you like but for hravonH sake idbht starve wi There wng nevir a time when the great man was not wll- lIlug to owe arf much aft anybody wafl wUllng to IcWilmn txwe4sprlnifleld Re publican v eJl iar1ee Wife Thats tin third time youve ftefvprd on my dzessV wfsJbryou were aot so slow IVHlIlbIUldJtt4 you that areValowV W1ft1Irttlewl f tuii V101V HoHband Well your train lIs behind Washington PpstV VCIIiz Even Miss PnWiiyo trust you will con sider Hjy crltlflsujs dear as coming from a friend V Vera Perte Oh Il wIlL look Upon yon as thu Oldest the very oldest IHead if bniiirooklyn Life A Thin SreJVJCifatpr ItBhioro or less true that M Uteltl taw Iiha l Charity covers a tmilUtiHlo ofRhK Ilardhead tint nrvei If Its pur char lify and other reot le4 sins Philadel phia Press Twice tJeciiBca Time iiovltatlbn list of the governor general of Canada is made out strictly IB accordn ice with precedent but is aot keptnp to date alwiiys the aid who tn send the Invitations out generally an Englishman or Scotch man not always being nu courdnt with changes on the list 1The late Sir Xntolne Dprlou chief Justice of Quebec was invited to seine unction jas was praWrbitLadyi Darien who wais dead was Invited likewise Sir Antolne accepted for IndyshlpIon tegrriund that she was in the ceuictery The nest year however the fame mistake was made so the old J nlddeeampiiSir Autolnc Dorlon accepts etc but Mr ladyship being stilUn St Annes eetuetery Sir Antoluc Is compelled again to delline the Invitation for tier AttelMer Xante Fee ItjTlw tel at1 made a crlticar ex fcihmtlou ct the aliiug steer Here and there whereverthe d mar eatkm of a bone was visible he at tempted to pinch the skin VVVIt notVorkIWhatIs tile matter with 10 asked tbspVOt the steerV fie Lis what wouk be called con crvaUam In a mannstssfJe is only a dumb brate we say he is hidebound 1iaJUmoeAmerlcan j w It MraKoaricti That pfctttrea o t of t tl7 a aiBiBi of IS1- Vb hed W It wW hIss whia hemoTod Ba J c- MItQC1 JlutIreto IVth ybuiVjor that hww bewifr rfrr Lnx foe voU tin Jnatyear p Wvt ibSIVVUti fotnz b butVr hd l h o TrtuaD VVit rk 4Vi EHfiLISH At Kk j JSJId teyw ThIIIV MJ at IVVV Tfe qaery Wbef la the pfttiea4 Enjll3b OkeuYIf HMiwrrwi bjr writer In the r ixlon NewsVid Vitrnnge toany It Is not in Enitand If the writer be ptetlau UB autbcrita live critic 1 was tilt opinion 1r wll Iac kenldetliattho e who IIoIHHlklJlSJN- kEm1I111111OltU111Prlcatlywlre tUe la habitants of Bftdenocb ikyemeMiriiirt Scotland Tlioj ba tbe repvtatteu fee cetUtirie of being perfect ipnker14V KugHehf but the writer says H mutt nOW go tQ the lensibVrnaeh1ug sOfIA wnra front tbe Caledonian cawd to M the language spoken fa ItS purity la the beautiful geh ot Mprtatom la particBlar one has notedttbe meat ex quiaite speech It seetus potwlble to I agloe There Is au nliuoit total ab sence of dialect and vocal disfigUre meats though a quaint delicately marked rise nud fan of tbe voice are very faintly noticeable the language used lfs extraordinarily pure and free from ailed words which Is attributable to th9 lact that the people acquIre their English direct troth books utul that so far dialect contamInations bave sot penetrated time gknVThe writer has a good word to say of Celtic pronunciation of English grn erallyi The charm of Irish English Is undeniable It baa a sbftness that ap peals Irresistibly to theSear but Un fdrtuimtely It is linked with a certalfli1 element of dialect which just places it below perfection t Pocket YIIrHACCI Curious luiud furnaces are used tla China during the winter months chj f ly in the north when the tire In place of being in the house as we hOve IiJs carried about the person beneathr e 181thneath the chair on which one Is seated This contrivance resembling the eb4ri conl puns formerly used before the days of the pit coal by the Hertford shire straw plaltcrs was first Intro duced to our notice when resting at a village In the Fuklcn province whl hbefore we had Investigated the caugej we noted as a place remarkable for the deformity of Its Inhabltajits oW men and women with strange stVeUJngspro jecting in the most unaccountable places Our speculations were how ever1 speedily set rest and the matter satisfactorily explained by anodI gentleman who removed his greatcoat and disclosed a small copper furnace secured round his wnlst with a band and neatly covered with basket work bOC1Iscold as on ordinary occasions the 10Ipie deem their thick clothing a clent protection during wlutcr Gold n Penny VA Qsalat VreopeVThe heart of Brittany never changes bqt Its face Is rapidly lifslng ninny of Its prominent characteristics with the leveling influence of the French repub lie It Is only tar outfflf the beaten track now or on special occasions like fetes that you see universally the cos tume Iud customs of the old Armor can peninsula Only an hours o from Qulmpcr th jg Aui cnlet town of FitILd you arc among t nsa people whose dres ests the Eskimos and Chinese jjvhose faces are strongly Mongolian In type and who In language customs and beliefs seeih to have uo relation with the rest of France More aud more time picturesque problem they present Is coming to attract attention Artists students and tourists alike are fascl nated by UAndro Sagflo In Century A Sticiler Per Haak It Is no in this country alone that the notion of equality prevails The London Figaro reports the following Instance a magnificent steamer the prop erty of the Peninsular and Oriental company was steaming Into Southamp ton harbor a grimy coal lighter floated Immediately In front of It An officer on bonn the steamer seeing this shouted Clear out of the ways with that bargel iV rio lighter man W native of the Emerald Isle shouted In rlplynye tilt captain of that vesseln No answered the officer Then spake tto ycr equals said the lighter man Im the captain of this A tktleiopkerT- ime old man was sitting on the root gazing placidly Across the rushing wa tars Wnshed all your fowls away ask ed be man In the boat Yes but the ducks 8watlmJled- tbe old mnnjTore upiyour plum treeeVV Dont mind jt much They SkId the crop would be a failure But the floodl Itiai up toyour win doweL Well them windows needed trash ing ajiyway my friendV Headache Can Cbe Cured with Dr Miles Antil Pain Pills It your nerves are subject to disturbances such as Headaches Neuralgi- aS kathe Rheumatism Menstrual Jarringia Dr Miles Antirain PillVDr Isles AntiPain Pills are pIcas ant little pink tablets which do not act- on tho bowels nor do they hav anT disagreeable weakening or habltform In effect on the system They are the result of the latest sclea tlc knowledg on tho subject of Pals and bring relief safely and quickly to the greatest sufferer You should always keep a boxer Dr fines AntiFain PIUs Ia the house since Irou never know when pain may attack you and It Is wrong to suffer Whea your suffering con bo so quickly relieved Dr Miles AntiPain Pills contain no opium chloral cocaine morphine or similar drugs aha are aoM by drugizta under A ruaraniee to relieve you or Your money back f relieving rain Dr Mum Aatl rBy Pills shorten suffering amttenctk 25 cents Never s044 fa iluhcV I have ucdDr Miles AntiPain Pflto when troubled with headache and Sad that one pill Infallibly Sects relief In a MUsNerveane conalderablyVaff1cte4 with neural ga of the head aad Sad tbcs pUm of muck Ito me They arc all that is claimed for theLtt UlOKOJlCOrOATS 2lf Oakland Ct Ian AaUxOo rex I VhPu TrialPackage RmdybrSpecialist will diagnose your case tell you what lt wrong and how tb right it Free HILES MEDICAL CO tiLOr ViOWES EL1ULUJT iNP SS f H biA1 4ci- il bit1 aib M atu- F 0L e wsM a SMI- eV- 4W k twta pI- sVP7nl t1tN Iki rsusbItaas Ii il- f tile d1bIsiausuu tiloslil a Ic Niist ieealid be- Van4sdas r ness anvV e JMhnat- If I17V4lSd k apltVtbeflfmofaat entbvaUMt to BMke aa or VnF which awky jptove fatal to bia friendeVTile death cup referred to has a raaaa eaf while yeifewioh or creoa Mi ia eolor aad theM has a swollen baN aarraaadtd by an eavelaoe of nUt ta white Slay tDCe1tfda parts as the wit extends inward Ta4a folk k jritby when yowng bfboltew at BMtvrity aid tbe gill of tbe cap which la the aaeadow atBobreaait are pink or brown are white la till deadly variety aa are also the spore whKb ran tje plaialy sena if tbe cap kid gills downward OB apiece ill- colored paper tot a few hours Tbf swollen bulbous base k a dktAiii gutehlti cbaracteiiotic and BO ftmngn of that ap earaace boaUl be gathered Itbr cooking Oe of the liabilities k those caps stay be brokerwithout dae observance of its base which k oftoa covered with arjh or dead xraaaea keacr aot llU ciikbe4l frow oM of the kf4otas wbkh hew ever are acter awrowdod wItb tbf filmy veil of tile death cup The poluBBM property et this fitaew k largely the MBMM tbatfomd RtJtf venom of a rattleaa ke and llo la cholera and AlfAtberta sad so far acl once Is unable to prodace aay a tkftir4 tory aatidote atreplae tbe ateiMefi pump and oil purgatives belag ltMtt the oaly 8f W tsblagtoa Past- A KOREAN CINDERELUi Tk It 54rt rlEhV the baHy rdae Ia Korea the people tell a CIscella story that Is muck more ancient thaa that familiar to western people Tbej tbstlKorean Cinderellas name wl tbjf family drudge Oae day as the W4ptttJ cr wa sJarjUw joir wlthth favorite daughter t rm pttafcsbe kfJ8 Peach Blossom You aiwt not kave until you have hulled a lgfuljrice and filled tbebrokeJR crock with water While sitting there bemoaning her hard lot she he rd a twittering and a Mattering of wlagx Looking pp she uwS- flock of jSpftrVews pIcking the bull off the rice BefGre recoverlsg from Ler surprise a lltt e Imp jumped out of the irepUcejiBd so skillfully repaired the crock that but a few mIR utes of work was required to fill It with water Thca ale west to the pie nlc amY badt royal timeVOn another occasion the mother said You must stay until yoa have pulled ap all the weeds Ia the Meld TfaM time a cow came oat of tIM tenet aad ate up the woods In tea mouthful Peach BIoMom felfowed the cow lute the woods and was led to where there was an abu d ace of ripe traIt Gathe- jjBpMr uaHtlty she urteie and was the moat welcome guest Her jealous aUter asked about H and on beIng told determ1nd- abe ouldget some of tbls fruit traeraclf t VWhensister stayed at home and let ieach Blossom go The cow came out of the woods as before aad the slater follow cd It through tancirirtH1 thorp bushesj with the result that her face was much scratched and her akla deepj beauty all goneExcbangeA OB a hot summers day a gentleman who was waiting for his train at one- porterIporter not moving laliy pointed 1o the house wlth bia foot The gentleman very macb struck at cniabOWplied my pocket a ivaor London NewsVr DU IntratIaf- lowcIA are these Scotch Man vficls please asked a woman In one of the large department tores one day last week VThis lady will show them toyOwu airily repliedthe clerk Indicating with- i au fudlffereat nod a girl about three feet distant ji But persisted the woniikB I dont want to buy now I simply want to tiknow bow much they are Oh dIfferent price and uP was the nonchalant aaswer New York TimesVJudge at Naaa KiitvrJ JA tell rae honestly whether lay hicaitlifis improving or nottft My dear sir youre tettlag fa mouslyfarsoulyVYou are aot speaking the truth dec tor but I caa tell wltbout your assist once whether I aa getting bettef or BotIHow can you Judge r By the behavior of ray belnVV Paris GawlolsV JTfc ferUM Part f W I ActorHUrry or well miss Itile train ActreM I cant find mydlaatoodfl or my purse well never mind IIObs but the purse had f10ln It- I New York Wifklyt I For everything you have mlwed yen IIfEmerl8llI ShakespeareV t efalblUtYlternoNo circumstances can repair a defect of character Emervoa iCheerfulness k aa offshoot of jaW1 aa0a and of wisdom Bovec Bad m u excuoe their faults jend men will Ieae- Tberuap tHJHII the wajd JHtt Tory few real frieadc JF Dvk ojCrIVty4V partoMl foreo rcar IM oaly invaotrnaajibv worth anything Wilt WklIen It togtaeraHr marrpreKabta to rock oa aa oar dilieia thaa to boaat of oar attiIl cMts r A tiIIIafIljiji WMVaSV ensitsifb1lVVV Gratttot Ja lbViirhkh springs from tile aotO aid th bean of UmaaSkDowtVVqg5 Ira grant Hoaca Ballour VVVV fV4V VfVV r VSS f fZ1IVINWtt WITH LOMefltLQW 1hw Irt wrsk t 1+ Vtsosras k ckik- cli sane Cae I WrMiem rl5 w I4NIw1 I oaeo wi4eto tIWilt Longfellow aaktac htm to give tae eme account of the drctimamtcea under Which be wantHTkI IchigelVAtcod on the bridge at midnighta P9tDiI which aa omiaeat English critic his called the moot lyUioeUcJtb language1 I received ia return acordlal note from the poet ia which he said If you will Iae oTer aad pass an evening with ate it will give me pleasure to tell you the history of the poem and also of any of my poems that may Interest you few evenlnf later found me at tile poets door at his Cambridge bomncj He was then verging on seventy years ia the fullness of his experience and the ripeness otl1l11 fame I was shown In 1s lea v halllike room dimly lighted IB which were a broad table antique garniture and a tall colonial clock Tbe poet was there atone He arose to Bteet IRe and formed a striking and itataeoqae figure with his kindly smile ndkmag white hair and beard tMOU would like to know ep thing about the Inspiration of ifipc of my poems what led me to Wite them he said when we were seated Well you are very kind x l will toll you first bow I came to write the Psalm of Life I was a yawag inau then I can recall the jtUaeii It was a bright day and the jfeeatwere bloomingl and I felt an 1m VP145 to write out my nun and purpose ia the world I wrote Jt for myself I Ski not intend it for publication ase months afterward I was asked Jtor a poem by a popular magazine I recalled my Psalm of Life I copied it and sent it to the periodical Jt saw tile light took whigs fled Mew over t ie world There you may see It written oh a Japanese screenV j He pointed to a high richly prna iteentcd screen which stood before a great fireplace lie added an anecdote which I have always regarded asa true picture of his soulVWhen I was Iu England I wits hon iced by receiving an Invitation from the queen Asl was leaving the pal ace yard my carriage WHS hindered by the crowd of vehicles There came to the door of the coach a noble looking Eafcliih wotkingranuVAre you Professor Longfellow he saidSI bowedV May I ask sir If you wrote tbe Psalm of Life V I answered that I djd WOuld you be willing sir to take awprkingmau by time hand I extended my band to him He clasped it and never Ju my life have lf received compliment which gave me 10 R1uchlltlSpaCtlOD I wrote Excelsior tt be continued after receiving a letter full of lofty sentiments from Charles Sumner at ashlngton In one of the sentences 2Jflroppcdatiuyeye turned over the let ter anti wrote my poem I wrot the Wreck of the Hesperus because after reading an account of the loss of a part of the Gloucester lIsting fleet jn an aututna storm I met the words ari- 1an Woe I retired for the night aft ter readliigl the report bf the disaster But tlie scene haunted me I arose h write add the poem came to me In whole stanzasV xTbe clock In the cOrner ot the room be 5cnt on Is not the one to which I refer Iu my Old Clock on the Stall That clock stood in the country bouse of my fatherinlaw at Plttsflcld among the Berkshire bills Tbe greaf clock In the rooipniU beat IInff the al In the shadows as he spoke lcoiid scein to bear It smyVSSV Toujoursjamaist- JamaItouioursh t It was these words by a French nu thor tiiat had suggested tu him the QleinarNtraln Forever neverI NevcrtorevcrlV Kxcelsior had been set to popular juuticby the Hutchisons when the jpoet laet one evening the minstrel few ily after a concert in Boston Music laUfJ have he sald another poem which I will send to youlie did so Jit ws the first copy of the Old Clock oiMhf Stair One of the family set UN Words to music fty poem entitled The Bridge li- esaltin elect was written In sorrow which made me feel for the loneliness of then I was a widower at the time sad I used to sometimes go over tbeJridge to Boston evenings to meet friends and to return near midnight by the MOM way The way was silent save here and there a belated footstep sea meeand fell among the wood efi piers and there was n great furnace OB tile Brighton hills whose red light- w sr reflected by time waves It was on fli a late solitary walk thathe 11- 1tt the poem cane upon me The ge has been greatly altered 1iiit place of it iis the same Hezeklab terwortb la American Author- V5t VSSSVVSVS eaasmIeaI Way My husband hasVtriinge IdtM ocoBomy cV ofI Howlla that hy he seems to think he saves pey bydriukingao ranch at the club Vth4t11 bus nonppetito for breakfast Chicago Post AIwaya t 1 Jiti 1k Lad Word a J paV queried little Billy moO bAuier what an cciioV Au echo ray son itpiled the old man with a sigh long tlrzmwiIomitIs- VtbIfll7V thing that can tllmnam a we seas out of the last wordLyre LVTngk Caere cat Mere Salvation teems to be mighty costly to ewl1Ue Its trekto others- giSwhd the man who was tasked to contribute to the church VFffJOf coUrse replledthe deacon IJS 4cbiMer Job to save sortie pedple than R ia to save others cblrnopo SrV stIJhr iraQ WatchmanLook aberej pont you see that sign Its bIt enough and black H4lCb It says No Smoking Agreeable TrespasserI knowrlt dotsI aiy fyleJ Nt really you must not bere iasigHL iDoat you use t111 max asiokiagi a Tertbek 8ClBciH Tfflitt ASTORIAIknr iMftaafa ami CBdMr- oAl fMlYm Km IIJIIIIPJ Bi the t lo 4so w xw t 1DNtkauaiKroaoaMr before the iaveatteia of- jvectroaeoptc mciboaa eoald attack Jthe prMiteua 0a17 byaesa1derat1en of certain stellar atotlonat It has been found tbaf tItHe nioton4ariot alte getel csuaI JB charter se Wi should expect hat tbere la a teadeacy to a grouping of the atotioM aa ar rangcment other tbaa taI It appears that Welndl14 tel atari form lOg tbe so caUedcO ste t1o pa the sky are slowly closing tp seer a cer tain point of the hesva4asd ax slowly opening out near a p lat diametric ally opposite This to ruat what we should expect If tbe HolaVsyatem if p proncblng the point wlere the stars are opening out Time pL eaomeaoa has been thmparedto what ue see weItregiment of soldiers mirchea toward us At firSt tbere is vlsl ale a coefaseif mass of menonly but M dIstance di minishes the rnnksopeaot until each Individual becomes at lat plainly vial ble In this way It has beta powlble to de termine approximately t ae positIon pn the sky pf the apex 6t solar motion or that point toward which oar solar system is at present traveling It lain the constellation Hercules We are obliged to assume that ojHr path jia for we1mWhen James Bradley cfntmenced the first star atqlogue of nJoiera precision about ITuiD and which jwlll end long after present generation of men have passed away So mighty IIs the orbit in e tlon that many cpntuVles must and go as moments betore we can to detect fthe orbits curvature arc like travelers jn the famous corkscrew tunnel oJ ttbie St Gptbanl railway grains cuter ia low level and after going around huge curve cut Iii the mountain emerge from the tunnel again on d hlghcr ievel and at 01 point almost directly above the ea trrtuce Passengers WbUpIn the dark tuuuel often amuse themselves by watching the needle of a pocket cod pass which makes a complete revolu lion during the passage But without the compass they could notknow wheth cr the train was moving on ti straight or curved track anti so wpasscnpers of the soldr system toot cannot know by observsjtlou whether cur grellops1 untltUkestruments shall tell us tIle trnthIIarc- lii Jacoby Ph D Iu Harpers Weekly VThe 8eiaipr Idlfc Time Military ilfeJs necessarily made largely of ga6Atoti JKiunpt ketpaIman continuously nt drilling m or army other branch of juillltfiry train lug for eight hours a day aiid live or six days a week You luhcno invent aI great many other jobs for Jfilm even to make a pretense of keejpllig hmm occu pled But these jobs Mre nearly all loafing jobs nnd wh n It Is all done the soldier has 9 reVmere Idle ITpurs on his hands pier idlem than any other man In the satjfie rank of life tj do not know whetlKr It lsno lflfffeTo nrrhe nt sbut it- it Is time direction In which I shouldf took for the remedy would be to make j tratJejl an enormous the value of the soldier as a citizen when he leaves thet ranks London Truth Cat Mrd aJud Blaek Saalco A writer In the Scientific American says I witnessed a pair of cutUlrda mnkfllg n bold defense against a b1ncL snake bent on devouring the content of their nests At first the snake Wna IInclined to disregard the distressed birds as thry fought tQ drive it away but the blows of their wings end bills became so annoying thftt thq thief had re11chlngoI neath them and then out to an old etump under which the bathed and beaten reptile ttook refuge The UsefuL Banana Immense fortunes have been made out pftue banana business Revenues do not accrue alone from time sale of the fruit for the leaves are used for pack hog the wax found rat the underside of the leaves Is a valuable article of commerce Ianlla hemp Is made from the stems and of tlds hemp arc made mats plaited work and1aco handkerchiefs of the fittest texture Moreover tbebanana is ground h to bttnana flour The Island pf Jamaica and the West indies generally yield great crops of this useful fruit Newer Weary ef the Hearliir- I overheard hln telling her a story last night winch I knbw she has hennl fifty times before but she didnt stop him sunbIt her ever she Been Cincinnati TlmepStar Making clam Ulieir MrsC XQWwifil My Imsband has the chills arid fever but they come inI handyV M OJc1wedHoV idrV Mrs Newwetl Mieiiever hatoas a chill I put n rattle in his hand end amuses the baby Chicago Journal Jtoglththeir natural pffsprlng Maxwells TalismanV IThe MCjiptaM Crjitra following ncOUntV Is given In Country Life wutIn which fill fvrlnir crows are dealt wlih by Italian agriculturists A hole of ju certain depth Is dug In tltrOUm3d q the ottowofIwhich is plated sonic A funnel shaped wedge of meatJ then inserted Into the imole time ap edge of the payer being coated rI birdlime Maitre CorK sees heI food descend tb gras It and when he has firm hold of It Ue irises up agala IUishead Is however swathed with Ithe papcrtupand Iu his mnd endeavor to rid hlmsrlf of it he circtes up to trabrdlnary heights la ttia e air reT UItag cozmVstaLtlXi4t ao rapid a tiiatt MOlt overcome wftfe gWdlaeoa iie 2g11 to the ari14kedS 1Mbmetlot AreVyeu uti iis rnmdc if N iMwt i pWaJgS fttT Work Ik tlfsoiip fametlme entre- etGjiwthroeatt nnIpImhiIoti tue den iWL As4getabePrepfltaLionfoshilatFdmIRetiIa SaLBOWe1c PromsitestiOn dfteM ndRestC inS orpWneMrH OTNAROTIO4fln RSormsCenuZsioaiFeverish 1 t ror nonSour smidtniarmi nes nd LOs Ql JEJp PeesnlesfertofWEWIUBK EXAcTcotY WRAPPER j JThtsisJ when you think hqw liable JOL ar riot to purchase the only remedy univefsalljf kbcwn find a rtmdyhfIL t bas Jjjid thfe larges sale ofaoy fflcdicine in the world since 1868 for tpcQre tnl treatment of COtsumptiODfld- Throat and Lung roubles ritb out losing Us greatipepulanty all these ye irs you wilt be thank ful we called yoqr attention to Boschees German 3yrot There are so many ordinary cough iruggistsiuddlhVers for light colds perhaps but for se7ereCoughs DroDc- hCrouplIInci espectiVll1i or COn sli j ere sdtfticult ipectorajtitiiii and cougbins during the nights in3 mornings there is bothtnjlike German Syrup 25iicent sW fias just been introdieedthiyoar1S Regular size 75 cents jkMt all druggists C J jHadou biberalI Offrr I The fttockmcn and farmers of tni entire Udited States ought to be proud of The Breeders f0a aette the great illujstrated weekly devoted to their iinterests fUll lished at Chicago Its regular issudssurpass 4hoeof all other publiCltionsof iciass Its r c ntipe ialrlumbers th j Than ksgivjhgday dlltiouVthe- Ipterndtional Live StockBxpOr stjcn numberVa tho1 great Christmas issue o December 6 are the finest prodbctiifns of the imtireoar in the holrangeofj- ournalisrnagricultural Thosa who areengage 11 farmingiand stockraising ire pissingi a jare treat if they do Qj t receive The Breeders Gazette itegularly We will send this handsome 12 week ly for the ensiingyearin com bination with our bwtf pape jft a net price of 2 for both et JvelMttNa sit the B r6net The swoyiuaffatlHi r lions brlattci whIch socms tto have een the original prototype of the baydart was ri long rupler blade lisptl lnH handle and car TlcU In a sheath which wrIento a musketeer for Uofcuae after tie hind ills charged his piece Strtekby Its bundle ia the muzzle of grin It constituteO g very cfflc eat werponror icUng ngRlnst pflfomen To 11Imlnls Ids In cumbrabce the sweyinesfcatfier amid musket rest were cqmblncd the latter forming Jiheatii lot time former In tilL reign of Ja les IVTowardtke Utter Pett of the civil war the the musket rest was abam dosed and it became the practice to stick the dagger by It4 higndklut tthe muzzle of Vie piece aft r discharging It In icai two rings were addVb7 which the tayeMt wia plaeedVOH 141 ttkIofflcer was Introduced Into the FreNpli array by Vkubau 1703 fly Ilmi Eas llsll tlKinnelvea it wuaot adOptunt- lI after the battle of ontenoy flTI where the advantages tits use co erred on the Freach were only too pPilrulJy manifest the Dakt a CumberlaMs seamy being defeated with tthe IIdes of 15000 men Pearsohs Weekly Owe r JGoofle Ade is the arIYtiftlotlift- Iereer before the Fabtea fa lIanje broufbt kIVV114 oat la Chkfifo upin a Ittwday fdl tor oa a mlaatoa from a theatrkal iuaa aer I have ferftsghts yth BiMniir Cfipt he hecaa bnttbeVaiitirlao the talItimId yotrth Infer rtt fvw the BMimmcrifH the VW14ebaJJ54 pcasJ l k1i I 13mdbavfa4 time It 1IfV mr ACM owiyejl nppuy wcrMajltt i hTt totue fV1V5WIVaM- Vthe numiacript I fev Jast linwrv In tIaT waaiebftsket Ie j rinkVtmrrVl- IVThe i4ste wife the ta Ij iar meVtS retntn tOVyO0 r1 thanks He 1JgjVllnt yoq x li Hiii afi umlertnkcr to bereiitl UtVflhiHrtl Then 3Jir Ade ipiikd geiUly aul withdrewS 1 CASTORIAr1y PorI2fa1ta and ObIrea thtKdY8 H irr t1 j Aiwayoign- l Bears the 7V- VsfMlLS l V hlqr AsrJ c ctt J iJjiitc i iIItL1lA t IS8 J 44iy iJForO9- a Thirty Years n CASTORII p SNTWC lW t r = t ikTT cCourier Jrra11 fHi f tITft ji+ ren rr t r ucd e einejidty ImA A D1UJ YEAR i i frliest pIciAriicks-k Besb Stores 13etMi5ceIlanv1a + BcatPiciurea BestBoaLeyjvs 5 BjistFatilry BestC1ii1dras fag J BeL1oqie lc Vit J Best CondenseNiwst l1t MankotRsiews t J3JSt of Everything a- II J t Leu4avk y4 t tt Iyi SPt ilL 1 AIRAIGEMENV o C ta News la rV II Th miltJ Wetk1tCO rl ti iru1 1j1 MelMOReYeap t Oly rSIKO This is rciVsqbftcrptl nI6 All sMb rlptloR under U Istotut t lion oiidIsitt 8ntrUtfQughSt Cl btrfucr1ti t f Th tn4Nwspathecou tttifr d a reduced rtto NEWi LEADERsubsctibersS g jwrJf I taou1svilltEthiIy1 ik f dLmO tS71 CorirtrJaJlbli1ie k l5 Louisvitje tjpcfrm nrciuii1y 5 01 J LO1ljSVj11 Coasckly- fl J irzie anil TPtVi + j i iflJ4Fmrrners HouraaImLTh- Cn ComiC b flbJ 1t o OirmclinatiaIAjiri iCountry G l 3 Breeders G 1tJ iiCOO i ntersta Pniitryaais1iZ9m Ohio Jlarel k 15C Independcatcd 1u 1friThu Cqanisit 4 St TonI Gl4oertl t7- slT tu1as t r J 350- Ehrpers lfagaiiaSII j t tsilv t J jt j jj Urpart13iasr4r l i rji5V5 rr i 41 ft J t JilonLOoffeeS VaturOroccri CA S T 0Tt X ABears theltVVe hit id fVVWille 4Lt2=r r T U1 w ijw 7WT Tw 1pDRJMB1JRTONJ r qa ri TEETH EXTRACTED frrnbuT PAIN i ma r PIING1LIlL K tJDeWkStrt1 r LVOft 1J H LAMfl TON I r rPJCB 34 m S 4ISOOI PlfQrXLDXY y 1 FoDi JUIM rt for Ear oii r pc DeJOit 4 3kkoors12to2 i- iW i a F1 dRIGSgyI IIATTONFAT1AWJ 1OeFes JRk rpXt4DKY1 rl REAL E8TPE Jastorili 7b Agents i r 1 We have WPCTC for sale the fii followfag d ribeA operty mostly In Wash ttlt county a complete Iii description of aMY of Ithls property c will be furnhe loiireqjue3t t 13S acrefar Abated on the pike eight Xitea tram Springfield Syt rnewive room rwelli ff new barn I eU fenced and watered Price S3 per acre fi 2O acre IZTM even miles from Springfield eat tte pike all in high itate of cultivatio mostly t grass well improved Price I3250 peracre acre fana 4 ailes from Spring j field near the pikesmall house and small barn t acres 8f creek bottom rice 3O ptr acre 42 acre farm jeven miles from fingfield on the littJtrBeecb 30 eiof bottOm lamS gMihiprove n Jei PriceS3Q per re 2CO acre farm six and half 1I1Ues f rom Sprlnfleld ora the pike good kproYemeats of eVery Wnd land I qOstat of eultitation 20 acres I IfOpdtreekbotto Price 8 0 per- e XWadre far 6 Milefff rom Spring elt near the pike good house amd F 4am farm awatly in grasi Price 1 fi40jer2cre i cFt 200 acre farm two miles from Sr1ngfleh4O1L tepile well fenced and watered all in high state of oil t1 don lays well Price S3o per acre 190acre arm 101lilleg irom Spjing i field 2 miles from Ioretto Good hdjuse and barn 60 acre of bottom Price I lv 130 acres farm three miles from It Springfield near the pike on the County Road armall lays well and is well fenced and watered goodhouse ut133 acre farm eight miles from Springfield good four erocm house Wod stock and tobacco bar plenty bfygood tobacco landL TriCe 12250 I peratcre SO acre farm trae half mile from i town mostly In grasa plenty bf good tohacco land four room house stock y and tobacco barn 4iI 50 Icre farm one Ijalf mile from Springfleld llllin grassjlirat class im of every kind goodnts 2 Itt1rovem orcbardb247 acre farm all layV well and un der good fence nice seven room dwelling house large stock barn V goQdcow barm and all other outbuHd AIngs Price 30 per acre 20 acre place onehalf mile from of tOwzi1 nice smalli house apd barq milk 7bouseand carriage house Price 2000 14 acres of good unimproved land I t one mile from SIkin field mostly in t grass Price per acre 118 acre farm six miles from Springfield mostly in grass plenty of good tobacco land four room welling and good stock and tobacco riarns Price t34 per acre y 104 acre farm located four miles from Springfield with good house tobacco barn and outbuildings all good land well fenced andwatered Price 30 per acrec For Sale t I have for sale afPplin a 1 dwelling and store house with = about 20 acres of lland Good mprovements opi place and all under good fence It is a good i location for astorc Possession can be given at Christuas For terLs arid further ptrticulars- 1 rcall onortddreJ D WoW eolinEy i F WHeejyo a wake up go ai once to z Halos drill tore and gettta fiee- aKHleof ChamberkinsStp ack d 1vk Tab4cts OPIC or two 49es wi1 t liej well They also cure 1il k kMMMet sick headackfr and coattipa I kavt Ia e orjf an tot the lP a tffYS tool tbtiitCSult Of aiof ilbiess- IY t the cftiji for more fatal 4U etbtbaki acpWkthc7ar1 JU boe7Itl11Uia =WWltk =1llOWLheLwhis itWpLit- Its a tabt only lS t1i4 aWl worry but gr1 saf I jexpnie WoolArjCamotieiLg ToW by Is8ALVjt ww16 I IiigaIvel TOWN iii fiiiiifiO VN Itcallf appenlns of Interest I The Frefrhoftt and ttii AH Ab itYe rseir FriendsJ Hft d A equate tftftces JHHM n irHtownt dont fail tc isit CaliRa lfe Store Say owr fire is frae our water fre h Come and seeus Camp bells Racket OJR RETT Mafn street dweijirg houso1 Incitiireat this offlce BORN rOn January 4th to Mr arijd MrSi B W Neikirka daugh terV We buy all kinds HtdsPaycash or goods Bring your beef hides to us at The Racket Our house is full from cellar to roof with pice new goods and low prices the Racket Wach our windows for low prices when in town you wil- lsaymoney by it at Campbells FOR BENTOffice rooms Court Square adjoniiig tbe circuit clerks office pplylo Mr3 T W Simms Jr Special corset saleWe will offer best make of corsets during first week in January at and below 1 first cost fat Mansfields Dont fail to attend Our special sale Saturday bn Queensware the old Blue JGrass Stand The noiseS of the the town V The Racket Bargains at Mansfields hav log had good seasons trade dur ing fall in millinery come ndw and get rem ihder of stock on b ndatJless than one half price We buy fbr cash we sell for same ifwd bust you are not toi blame Get our prices they are low buy from us and save your ai h Campbells Racket We hamzine to give aWay with all new subscriptions and renewals to the NEWS LEADER See offer in another column Special Skirt sale Ready to weal skirts rfit right hang right Nice woolen fabrics at lless than material cost at Mans fields k Wearegladto announce that Mr Harry Shader was the lucky winner of the One hundred dollar prize offerd y the FankA Mepny factory to Che salesman who sold the most goods last year The nwlelectedBoard- G of lI1 SJ t1Dgof essrs G Whartop W L MeClellan C A T hompspn Conrad HertiBn and SJ Smock qualified Tuesday I and elected the following officers Dr S J Smock chaii man G 0 Wharton clerk J A Boulware treasurer C L Price tax collector Ind W F Grigsby city attorney Phe pominqan Sisters extend sincere thanks to all the citizens ofSpring eld who gave aid du ring the fire to all men and women alike who cared for sisters and pupils when there was no longer a convent and an Scademy to shelter them The as istance Iende Iwas all that conld be desired and we are deeply gratfefull l Mother Agnes The statement of the Peoples Deposit Bank in another coiumn of this paper shows this institution continues to grow notwith standing in the last year new banks have been organized in and near Washington county Netearnings past six months ex ceed C per coot out of which 4 per cent dividend was placed to creditor the stockholders and 2 per pent added to susplus The individual deposits and loans now stan considerably above 200000 idllWable this bank to continue to m dce its ipet earnings of one per cent per month as it has doneln the past few years 511cM fir Sale I will tt1I publicly nthe premises 8 nliles from Lebanon Baitesfrooi Penick on leasant E Thursday January 14 1004 at 10 aw my farm L11fS sertM The farm is well im MWN I well wtere3 rIo Y goodorbri o uy ti Terml J il O oa1lofQ Q Kt petaitJi Ky 1f Tr4a8J MWo ou TOPIG8JI = a1NTIJSSrLAMES Continuedfrom First Page As soon as news of the destruc tin of St Oatherines convex reached Louisville the matter was taken up bytha variop Cathoiic churches and citizens and relief measures were taken The Louisville Nashville railroad company very kindly agreed to furnish a speciall train and do nations of money articles of clething and provisions poured in The trainin charge of Rev Father Volz recently of St Rose but now pastor of Sr Louis Bertrand enurch arrived here at 10J00 Monday morning A committee of ladies some physi clans and other citizens caine on the train prepared to take care of destitutesistersand girls Be itsaid to the credit of the citizens of Sgringfield however JiUat the work of relief had been accomplished before the arrival otthe train from Louisville All Of the girls who had lost their clothing in thfire had been pro byJfrrjpathetic comfortably clad Tbe nuns and sisters had all found friendly shelter in tbe homes of Spring field friends The pen picture whuihf appealed in a Louisville paper of halfclad suden s standing qri the dept platform exposed to the chilFy blasts was purely a flight of imagination on the part of an ambitious young reporter Since the beginning of this account has been printed It has beenIearned that the amount of insurance carried 1t80OOOln stead of 05000 The loss is heavy Maiiy valuable docu merits and relics were destroyed The loss to each individual stu den targe An lost clothing and Marsnrisoneyr and jewelry and trfiiKets of value It has been fully determined to l bb1dtbe institution rn the same spot and plans tot that effect are already under way St Cathiceshas long been the e3peial pride of Catholic churchos generally and that it- will be entirety restored isa certainty Normal Course Arrangements have been made t6cOnduct a Normal iplassHnl he Springfield Gnxded p Common School Those who are expecting to take the coming ex amination for certificates in Washington county will bq given especial attention Those who now hold certificates that expjre this year or who wish to raise their certificates to the first class grade will be given a thorough drilling inall the branches to be examined fn Glass opens 2nd Monday in January January 10 1904 6nd continues to Jane ex amination Rates reasonable For furihor information consult Geo Colvin Principal l 4t Farms i for Sale We have a number of good farmS for sale at reasonable prices All persons having real estate for sale or desiring to pfcr chase will findit tn their advan tagalo give us a call Prompt personal attention given to all business placedin our hands Searcy Neikirk Real Estate Agents Springfied KJ Office over Robertson Bros tf REPORT OF rnDD IKfiA I SURER of Springfield Ky I J RECEIPTS t Bal from last report S 235 69 Fines 65 16 Franchise Tax 40 86 Tues and tithes hal 1902 1273 00 Taxes and tithes on 1903 J 2600 00 Licenses bal 1902 974 55 Iicenses on 1903 1 2118 08 Note 1o First National Bank 823 65 Dal overdrawn in Batik in 28 Total r 88171 26 DISBURSEMENTS Paid for Printing 78 00 Paid for Bin and Rock Crusher 861 70 Freights 67 2J Fire Dtpartment Ii 406 50 Water and Lights bal 1902 1215 16 Water and lights for 19C3 2567 80 iltrieand Commissions 1164 17 Repairing streets crushing TocVltc 1652 26 cillI11t ll 158 47 ToaI t817 26 i4 1 CAIN Treas r ftttII Forfttiit 4AhQUIewtihsi rooms on east Jliin St for tent Inquire of Isaac Curry QrJIl Burton i t Vc Correct 3AllEyeDefectsI lfbatMay CalIeteadac1ieS I IBelfi tfew oft 8Hea aches that com lrom defective vision Your Eyes may seem alright yet if there is a headache you should have them examined ilTS FRBB Sick Headache Sewing Headache Bright Light HeadaoHe i Front of theHead Headache i Topof theHead Headache J Evening Headache j5 Morning Headache HeadacheJ 3 C F RUSSELL iMain St Springfield Ky t H HUOR- DbNTisTOFFicE Bvztn Permanently located BINGFIELD KT FEF9CNAL t Miss Bettie Irvine has returned from a visit to relatives in Boyle county I Mrs W L McClellan and children hayo returned from Lebanon Miss Lucy Selecmah iisvisiting her sterMrs E CarlI Litse in Lebanon this week Misses Mary Lewis and Mar garet McChord Lave returned to their schools at Louisville Mr and Mrs Emmett Wiggin ton of Bloomfield were guests at Jbh Dr Hyatt home last week r Mr and Mrs Boon Qol via of- S1elbgvillei are visiting his bro ther and sister here this week Mrs Wi F Grigsby has res turned from a pleasant visit lb friends and relatives at Chaplihv Several of the young men of the town went to Lebanon last night to attend a Leap Vajf dance 4rIq n A fcreen and Mrs H R Thompson enter lamed at the latters home last Friday night in a most delightful manner at Flinch Miss Longhrahof Wponsociket R Lv vhp pamo here tqviither sister who was a novice at Sb Catherine is visiting at the home of Dr and Mrs M W Hyatt5 The hop given by the young me lof the town at the HbteJ WaltonxjfflcSt Wednesday eyfen ing wag decidedly one of thfe swellest social affairs to occur in Springfield for sometime The TheIi appearance with its gaily attired dancers Durng the evening fafreshments were served by Mrs Thompson as hostess in basement dining room Quite 10 number of visitors aUerided the affair which was a pronounced success Silk Sale We have 500 yards Summejr- SUks we formerly sold atSOc selling now at 25c 800 yards fancy Silk former price frqni75c to 1 25 we are now selling at 40c f Come and malte yourselec- tionbefoife l tltey are picked over Cunningham Duncan t I For Rent v Four nice upstairs roon snow ly finished Also store ifoonTih my building on Main street Luther Burns Aches pains or muscular intfanlation in any part of the bcdy will yield to the great penetratinffpott of DRi CLASSES tlNI NTI ggld by Wood Oampboll AGostIYI Blunders are sometimes very expensive Occasionally lif- eitlf is the price of a qtt take but youll never be wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness Head- acheIf Liver or Bowel trpubles hey are gen tie yel thorough 25c ac C JHaydonsDrug Store rorlHnca Fkvor SuMc1t r What xlo wo want WIth gold aid precious stones said the proud young mOther gazing foridl AiponJIie biU7 ThIs Is fortune enough for USU Huhr ruutcYI the father Tho had been walking the floor nearly nil night Im glad fortune didnt knock twice at our door liljladerplila Ledger J pt1syi ne= got a note rom DHHB to py snyIn 1tljirt 11raboolvtelymiM kat4 the money Jr b- yiimH11 v t t9tllli Mittelt1 + fo laeeM I who was a gNt- ircr tteriiKle talent when dl1 tlot like Mme de Stnel dlred- ngnlnst himself used to say PrO WOWCfl who Ijav Only one tIE that they are not mu QUARTERLY REPORT oPTxr4 CONDITION OF PEOPLES DEPOSIT BANK INCORPORATED SPRINGFIELD KY At clow of BoiBMsIc ib r 31190 RZSQUCES LoaM a ad Dlwoonti J f20t 07473 0verdfft8 wicared 4175 2S Overdraftl unsecured 000 from National r s bank 11400 M Due from State jIlf bankfl bankers 817518 Due frdia Trust Companies 0 3957654 00OtherMortgages J i i 18900 00 lu 8 Bonds x fcjw 000 l009tSpecleCnrrenny 720500 Excbaage for Olear 566201217697bther 00FnroitnrendPnnd to piay Taxes JL 00 Corroat Expenses last qaaer 2A 00 f t Total J 280903 53 STABILITIES Capjtal t Stock paid In in 1casFr r 50000 00 Surplus Thud 1800tf 00 Undivided Profits 7883 83 Due Depositors as follows Deposits subject to chick on which interest is not paid I1937B312 Deposits subject to check op whfch interest Iis paid 0 Demand certificates of de ton which interest is not paid L 0 Time certificaferpf deposit on which interest is tr70SavingIspald J 000 Certified checks f 000 Due National banks 000 Due State banks hamkers 000 Due Trdst Companies 000 Cashiers Checks out tandlg 000 Bills rediscounted oor OQOraxCapita stock nobpaIdL SV lIr I Total 1 5280903 S3 SUPPLEMENTAR3f v Highest anVonn of indebtedness of Qrfircompany qr firmttieiljabillty 6f the individual member thereof directly 9r indirectly if such indcbtcdriess ex oeeds20 per cent of capital stock ac tually paid in and actuat diipunj el surplus 6t the banX Z L Nft Hovris 1indebtedness stated iIi aboe ipu J e uret1d V Nonjp Highest amount Jf indebted us of any detector or omcer it amount of such aodtbtcdness i xceeda 10 per cent of jp AUg capital ajtdck of bank Na IHOwdf 1e securodD-o Amount Irfdebtedness Otapy pjrfsbti conipan j or lirm iricludiCg In riteliabilitypf the com anVor drib Hiplubility of the individual members ihereof excaedCSO per ceut of paidtip nlud tu1aurplus N- oIt6 c cbte1nesOO- Amcu t l t ofletdividend Were all expenses losses intcrst and taxes deducted therefrom before de claring dividend and Vas uot jess 10 per cznt of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend parried to the surplus fard before said dividend was declared Yes Give description location value and Hdtp long owjaetly all real e taeex cqi banking house and jot if any oTned longer than five1eBfPNone IiStun Yi YurbfugWaar PopiebepoIt a Bank located and doing business on Springfieldinthat the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement Of thecon dition ot saldBank at the close of bu iness onthe 31st day of December 1903 to the besf of his knowledge and belief and further says that he bust ness of saId Bank has been transacted at thp location named and not else where and that tile above report Iis made in Complianqe with an official notice received from the Secretary ofII State designating tbeo31s day of De cembo1903 as the day on which such shall be made J A BOULWARErCashler byJJaB ary 20O4 t A Cl4c1RGYNP Washington County Ky Cqmml ssipn dxpircs Janujry 5i4190- 4IH4rIifRMANj 1 GL HAYDON Directbw Gt D ROB1SRTSON j w t STATEMENT oTflj RMERS UAHl MACK ItE At the close of business December 31stlfl03 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 0888 1li pverdraft yt + 575 47 5803DpBaaking puseX p 1000 IFi1rJ1ltJlr t c 13 001 Current Expenses XJd41 1079 Cash 1 i JK780 p Total 856890 20 iV INABILITIES CapitalStQck LL WSOOO 00 113pepi J eposits bcjaring Interest 2338 Dueti1E13ank 1603 77 it Total J Jl nCIM 26 i W iieeciuhier of the abo- venaebs t oIeiny swear that trthe abe itAtecnie tJ8 rae to the best of my knowledge awl belief 44J W SALLBE Carter ubcribed and itrorn to befort me by 3 m Sallee thii Dfew5 Vr31 1SW TOlqhGI VN p rIfJlt clt ltiri41iiib- O1l3tbS 11CMtL ti4Wi an Ottk- stlcAtBa7doni 1 4ruEstort Sf roRCALDWctLN t c iiiii UNCLE AMfBUIDINI Government Big Siockkokkr at 1904 Worlds Fair STATESERECT COSTLY atJlllrJlot Jlc1i I IE Federal StrHctwre a MettIfKlHIldhg jiniljCMt Ne rly Haifa U1fea DeUalJ Seitie 400 i r Feet Is D1aelIrI lIrlM lJl ii AcUota i i IThe National govermaenthaylngja vested more heavily in tits Louisiana thuInaj propriately seen fit to etect there a utlfulthanexpositions The bund JtC was designed by James Knox Taylor supfnrislrig architect of jonj en of he l aplt With statues The general style fth builsJmrls pseudo classic The Mali facade will be 764 feet la length with center and end pavilions connected by a colon nade of Ionic columns tte central pa man forming aporffco from whlck a splendid view of the otmdsrnaybV obtained The center of the building wllj be surmounted by a dome feet la diameter the tpp of the quadrlga cur mounting it having a height of 171 feet from the ground The interior floor area will be entirely tree 9f cp UlJJ1 the roo being carried with clear spans of steel trusjes Therje will bt no aladlghts 8JLthebullding willbe lighted by clear stqries rrne eadfa cades will contain one central portico and trllTbe 250 feet long The build ing will be staff covered nd its eat mated cost Is 1350000 The Govern ment Fisheries buildings adjoining It witidost about 50000 flhssourFs buIldlng Hrhead the pro cession of state buildings on the plateau of states on tae highlands just above the government structure and overlooking the whot panorama of thVexpdgJjn grounds afid buildings and therg alsb wilt stan The New wl1tcoatapproxImatew edI otwDod and staff Roman arctfl teetnre ylth a mejlcanl feeling Is the description given jaf Its architec tural style by the ar ftect 1dr Isaac STayJor The edie wilt consist of three architectural masses connected by fcalcoaled links Th center will b- ecrOiteby a dome which will be gilded anifisurmpunted by a winged vto toiyi6As colonnadtj of Corinthian col imins will surround the drum of the dome The building is to be 312x160 feet andwiirberdmpletejy surrounded oh twtf floors ty balconiesl Theiro remaInS Jut one state In the Uoton which has not yet made pro vlsToii forV representation fit the VldsCfair and that ilB KemCucky but there Is every reason to believe i tr Vdtlzen ifrill seevthat sk eJii not left out ubA number of states haved mitted their but IdIngplaiib haji Jbeen apprpved and Iowa na x fready started theAconstruction of ib buildjpg Kentucky wilt have one of the most attractive of the slate build Ings If the money can be raised by the Kentucky Exhibit association SeY erat jtat s will erect reptuducttogt buildings famous tnJhel1blstory Louisiana hw submitted the plans for a reproduction ofthe Cabildo the structure at New orleans where Ike formal transfer of the Louisiana ter ritory was made In 1S03 New Jfcrwy will erect a replica of tie house at Morristown which was the headquar ters of General Washington during the Revolution Mississippi proposes to build a copy of Beauvoir tHe home of l Jefferson Davis A copy ot the entrance to the University of Virginia will probably be reproduced by that state Texas nay build acopy of the celebrated Alamo and Iowa will erect as its state building a structure that is strongly reminiscent of its historic state capitoL The state reservation of the Fair site la a beautiful wooded plateau of 150 acres on the higher level in Ute southeast part of the site overlookiag the main part of the site It will be further lImproved by a llandscape lay out Which will include a park system of gardens and roads A plaza will be made In the center iipon which a mum ber of the state buildings whl fact STATUARY ON IUILDINQ The statuary for the Educational building Is taicODsist of several group by Robert Brlnghurst each ome sug gesUng some phase of educatioa Im his treatment of this theme IMr Brlnghurst Is evolving his figure with 4greal delicacy apd feeling at the same time adhering closely tp the classical The two companion groups tar tke main entrance Tepreiwat The Thread of Life aqd VTh Plight of Time The fpraer consists 6f a winged Ic ure towering majestically abort a yputh aIjd malde around whom arf l armed tomes and other acceMorte suggwtlTJB of study Between tM tju eated fiiurea te the winged wMel pC Fortune The other cempoMtioa k similar The upright igur r KN ts Father Trneand between the seated Igurea Is thE winged kour gia i IE theSe two groups the IdMjof c4ittc tloa Is neatly suggested tngbt With the Ceei Om i Silat Vux down to 1ha 4ilty am kifef send for m11I Oet Bunkoed II NOpe He pasted hi mosey tp the Inside of the bosom pf hi ahirta A when be went to came hoe the Jay lord wouldnt change Jht aktctxchange tf B xt rF0Qny isu lU WheN rir My w pats his foot a hiaUrttFrtAe1i say k ps1is lsi F erOtcM Tbatj aX wtaf felh Maui IbiretiI Preach ug4eiTrai A Nt Druib5 tSMft M rdor ttfcl At 4Iee aWt saare qIlet- JTg4 litJWMforTtt4 at all VIM yovpsttbat ttie t f pevt sad Jt t 7 ftfir ethe2CeSucccas Ji nothfii Vor thatbe rtf jiult of doing wliirtever you saado not snly well but jut it little better than inybody elwHaxwells Talismaw TW ib jjfrWl fi i r1 9J 7 F 4 f fI7 Ia t I A 1r 1t afe W1h OBI ht JJE5c J 3 3 Th People otWilgtoIiJoun 3 t for kthdly favoriitg uLitkgtheirf patr6nageorthepaveat 3 and we earnestly solicit j eons t tinjiiince of8amet6rt1ae 6oB t year 1904 f Wishing yona hay 4 andppxwpenjus New YdifptkW 3 to fejDMiin Yours Truly i feT J I rj B raifoT i ON BBOS 1 lII JJtch 19 ftirr fl 1 a 4 H 4Ai11 Xi f1i1It q 5c qi I 1 AJtF it i1 rIfj n r 1tI I YZ A 4 1 M pL J t1Hl0 e jJ Sweeping vBeoctiois 1 8 It IN PRICES r R I1i I IVFF10113O30 D IIf t i f Preparatory to our annnaij Inventory February 1st trwill rnakespe4ia11y low priced in i each departmeiitoar1 r npuse A J f t 125 atid 150 Dreiis 41 Poo4s r Gr ffor 100 4 1 5l 1 4LOO DreSs Goods j L i700 Dr 8 1 t Jst C DleSS G0fU 1 811A j L 1 750 1 j l1tlA fT i 1200 Furs fta 1OOO Fuirslof t 9fl f 0 I tJ W I i H t We are overstocked i i1n OyERcji r i prieesregar41ess of cost Itc you need a Suit or Overcoat 9 now iis you tldto buy Itjifttt j FII SPECIAL PRiOE k ift on Ca p ftsr Rug Wall 6 r- i per Lace Ciirtjn I nd 3 Shades J i JJpJ 1 I t ftJ r t1 1 1Bj tYotirs Very C1IV- ICullullgbam a Dudmif 6NfL joM1Ma x 6 INS 1 r xyf OFFICE yE Dw1Og my absenfrOm Wi- or George NeikirMta5aform