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Tjlfywn Croake Sheriff rlUckard Isharn 3idsiey Osborne 1 I ILK Maliican Deputies lJ I Inf1taIea F loare County SKrYeyoc 4 3IIoy2ity AessortposJ3yanIepUtYslobert The JM Montgomery Coroner vcii JW Bsh Sapt of ComO kGiei PpSpdillfte1d to v CITY COURT mmesRNoe Police Judgero km Grac MtrshitsW V Grigsby City AttorneypI linelJUSTICE COUKT j Jntic Courts are held in January i prilJa1VaMOctober4 j ca lii to Giurckt1DirectOrY a METHODIST CHURCH Rev Jv C Hoakinson Pastor Setg Vce o the Firstand Third Suudays pie in ach month atlla m and 730pmtlt SuiidySchoolevery Sunday atlOam J yerB1ed11lg every Wednesday H Mightvi Ito Vj CATHOLIC CHURCHp1ReyPF JenneSaY 1ices everISundaYatS and 10 oclock at St Rose same hours ia Services t USTIANcCHURCH Walden Pastor Service ZIjT1Rawr iDcachV ii 5 coift na fourth Sunday ontK iBRESBYTERIAN CHURCH BeV T D Latimer Pastor CtCkIflg every Sunday at 11 am mmdfct7 pm Sunday school every 5aiy at 10 am Prayer meeting Ttrf Thurtday evening at 7 oclock of BAPTIST CHURCHt Rev Wii HarriBon Williams Pastor j preachin every Sunday at 11 am j mnd 715 pm Sunday School every Sunday t930 arn Prayer meeting t f yery Tae aay evening at 715 oclock 54 Frmttmal Orders J t7 V MASdSic LODGE Springfield lodge Ho 0 meets firit and third Monday jI i8 aciottk L Washington RJA Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council Ifa 52 meets rerr totirthMonday KNIGHTS of THS M ACASKKS Meet very frfctWtdncsdaY ineachmon irIOlEYS IONEYUDTAN Pm s 111011 FrahILmber the name Srf ttr miiit Vthe genuine I gy r r Iffi NEtL1JthEkf 1ii ii i J1 OF w smesses ssis I OOOOOO O OPQOOOOOOOPOOOOQC Water At Newry Corner 4 ll- U U Wherrrewww the wind in thestiiblefleld Where dry stalks ustle their heads tdgetber is Pool fcy the roadildeall of rem sealed 8 Oernlgbt by the clerk of the frosty weather g The cornstalks clatter their rusty rags o Isblngthe nipping wind that passes 8 Dry leaves Sqamper liks dusty vaga 8I 8 And are caught and held by the constable grasses iC g But let the big winds whoop and blowl g i Come on old Winter dump outs owl Ci WeN ewryfo1ksarentsad WenI c 8 1 J or1heautoiobIleswili besnowIan a 0 8 Tbe3ve chackered through all summer long c0- g With dust and stink asireamingaf ter go Honkinglike geese or with clanginggong 8 g And a runaway 110rseis food for laughter 0- gOhthe frost will coat on the windows soonr 8 o 8 The drifting flakes will drive like fury g Arid the snow wont melt on the eaves at noon U g lid well have to den like bears at Newry 8 U U But pile her thick and pile her deep g Well burrow under and eat and sleep 8 8 Weve grub aplenty in barrel a dbil8u Andthe automobiles will be snowed in U U gj It aint much fun in the country now 8 g Living here in the glorious s U When you herdyour sheep or lead your cow 0 8Aong comes achap in a benzine hummer 8 g0 rwlmmenfolks dont d retoTide g 0 ifs only continual yell and twitching yr g Behind a horse scared outof his hide g Breakisg his tugs and bnsting the britchjhg g g Then whoop er up old Winter please 8 gfiuJ 8 J For tn5 automobilesIllI be snowed in g S3 i J HOLMANPDAY 0o o ooppoooooococKXJOpoooodbc ooooO ccococcoo IlIATELECTRIC Danville and Perryville appear be considerably aroused over talk of the proposed e1ectric railroad from Burgin aid Har rodsburg on to Lebanon thence to some other point Springfield is mentioned in the various newspaper accounts of the enterprise as being on the route as- owproposed Perryville is al somentioned and the people of hat town are considerably up over the prospects That town is without railroad fa cilities and the citizens are eager help along any project that promises to furnish them a rail We have never seen a cf the details of the lans to finance and build the but from what President Azbill is qufy ed as saying the citizeiis of each county will be ll dnpopto subscribe liberally the tockof the company Inn interview Mr Azbill says Went to build a firstclass road because we think it is a ood thing and J want the peo of the counties through which line pass to understand that we dp not kor expect them to build the road for us Froth here to the river it will ass through seven counties We feel that these seven counties ought to subscribe for about 120000 of stockthat mucti to get right of way through them do not expect this to come from the counties or cities along the route as corporations bufrwe want the citizens to buy that much stock and become inter Bested with us No voting indeb tedness mind you no political wirepulling It is Just a plain business proposition for citizens who can afford it and those di interested to take a small block of the stock The pro ject has never been put before the citizens of Washington coun ityjn any definite way and the plans of the promoters so far as this county is concerned are not known We gather from what has been said about the road that in case the line is run via Perryville it will leave Spring field outjvthe other route tallied of being Harrodsburg Mackville Springfield Lebanon and so on We may say that while the pea pIe of this county ate conserva tive about contributing to railroad and other projects while they are in an indefinite shape yet they are not backward about coming upwith their end when a good and practical enterprise is presented Lets hear more about the new railroad and we T nture to say that Washington county will not be behind when material aId is wanted to helpttj t L along jX i ROUND TALK 1erJJg ANGS FiREKe from tic flnfcucH end of thi 4 w Burley Tobacco Growers Co is of that negotiations are stjU hang ingi fire but that there is still a l bright prospect of the money be iing raised and the contract had closed The withdrawabof what itt iis known as the Mclvor interests ii one of the heavy backers of the concern threw a damper on the hopes of the promoers for a time but is claimed that other capitalists have been found to i supply the place President Hawkins who is nothing if not optimistic in this matter is quo dil ttted assaying that all that has to Ibe done now is to hold the farmers in line for a few days longer until the contracts are signed te with the financiers and all will be lovely and the farmers will I t get their money for theircropsriThis thing of holding the farmrers in lint however any longer i may prove a serious difficulty TheI farmer has been wonder fully patientin the matt so far ut but thereniay be a limit to his endurance Many farmers are now being put to a great incon veniencd by the delay in getting their tobacco on the market some have been compelled to sell else- vhereinorder to get money to settle with tenants and meet other obligations and to make jfor reparations for another crop EiL Whatever may become of the Growers Co the tobacco farmer roy cannot be accused of not doing i IIhis part He has stuck to his agreement and has responded oyr every call and if the promoters I IauIlations make a failure of the scheme they cannot lay any blame at the farmers door- 6 a 1m HE EFFECTThe agitaa tion created by the Grow ers Co is generally credited whether rightfully or not with the advance in prices of tobacco this season and if nothing else comes of it the farmers who havdj had faith in it and even those who have not joined it should feel indebted to the manipulations of the Growers Cb for more money for thier croj It is astimate that the tobacco crop of Washington county this year wil reach 3000000 pounds and the average advance in price this year over last is about three centsper pound which amounts to 90000 In other words the tobacco growers of this county- provided no unforseen drop comes will get 90000 more for- their 190t crop of tobaccotban they did for the 1903 crop Of course this advance might have- come any way but it is not likelyI With the Tobacco Trust m absolute oiitrolof the market it not reasonable to suppose that- there would have been any ma terial advance in the market- this year n f flrWNIs1 flpMs4 Csts sjl IfJJr i i f Marlons AssessMeit The recpitulation sheet of the tax books for the county after tho completion of t ewor1 of the Supervisors shows the total Assessment of the taxable property io the county to be3 B28r 339 which ts ciividsd as folows farning llands 1914445 town lot72113B cash bonds notes otr 705787 other parspnai property of nil kinds 631219 with 144250 exemptions The total amount of all raised made bythe Board was 172840 which is divided as follows farming land G9133r towji lots 20859Y O19bther t with exemptions of 27501 While the raise is quite extensive it tails shcrt of that made last year but includes a larger uun ber of small raises Paicon I INRROWESCAPE iMra John Russell Is Badly Burned by the Explosion of a amp Mrs John Russell wife of at wellknownarmer in the PoltsC ville neighborhood had a narrow escape from a jiorrible death ont last Sat rdry morning ut her home and as a result is suffering from serious burns from the ef fecfs of the explosion of a coat rillI I seems that While the family Igs at breakfast one of the chilt dren set a lamp on the back part the cooking stove where it re ainect until it became thoroughly heated Mrs Russellnad occasion to move the lamp and taken u in her hands when suddenly exploded the burn ngoi1 bejqg scattered over her clothing Forfcunaey her hus band was present and he quickly caine to the rescue and after quite a struggTe succeeded in ex tinguisbing the flames but not until his wife was badly burned Mrs Russells wounds while not or angerom are quite painful Fatled All efforts have failed to linda beth r remedy for coughs colds and lung tronb es tbaiTFoleys Honey and Tar stops the couch heals the lungs and irevetlts serious results from a cold N Patterson Nashua Iowa writcs winter I had a bad cold on my ungs and tried at Icaet half a dozen advertised cough medicines and had a treatment from two physicians witlj getting any benefit A ftieid rctlimmtnucd Foleys Honey and Tar and wothirds os o bottle cured me I con sider it the greatest cough and lung medicine in the world For sale by FQ9d Wells Two fillies Bring 10000 Mr John K Madden owner of Hamburg Place sold two fillies ten thousand dollars toWM Lock wood of Nor walk Conn last week The two filies are 1y bred and enter in all the rich slakes including the Fut irity They are Deviltree two ears old uy Iray Fpxgallant out of the fprmer queen of the rf the black whirlwind Imp the first foal that great mare bad The other is a bay filly by Imp andringham out of Bremen thodame of Concillor which ran mile in her two year old form- tSheepsbeadBtylastI year icI 139J i Mr Lockwood is n new con vert to the running game though he has owned trotting horses for some time owning among others Narvaloj 204 which he purchased for a long price from Scott Hudson He expects to buy a umber of thoroughbreds prin cipally fillies with the purpose of establishing a stud in Ken tucky and may purchase a Blue 6rass farm here it hefinds one to suit him He is said to have fa mind the purchase of Mr HalI P Headlevs La Belle rarm where the Whitney stud was ormerly quartered Ky Farm rand Breeder Pineules is the name of a new dis covery pnt up in a new way A certain f cnre for all KidneyBlood and Bladder diseases and ever form of Rheumatism Pineules relieve Backache and Kidney spain permanently If you need a remedy let us show you the vonder is ful Pineules Sold by Haydons Phar macy To Cure a Colt in One Da Take IwAXATIVR BROMO QUIN INE Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure 33 W Cic ttertnreirflich bo iit k leiaNR Locals From The Enterprise Mr John A Wathen rieturnt Friday night from Kansas and Missouri where he purchased for the firm of Wathen Son 111 first class sugar mules at 173 per bead These were shipped to Donaldson La The same firm sold last week to S BE Thorna of Ctcl vary 25 extra g od thick boued coming year lings at 93 per head At the sale of the personal property and real estate of the late D R Lawrence Tuesday there was a good attendance andj bjdding was llively The farm of 170 acres was sold in two lots i one of 110 acres the other of 60 del Purdom purchased the forQ mer at 4210 per acre and Mrs Lawrence the latter at 36 roper acre Provender brought exceptionally good prices Mrs S E Crawford had a nar row escape last Tuesday morning She had driven her husband to the train After the train had passed she unhitched her horse which is quick to move and when she put her valise in the bug y the horde started offMrsli Crasyford in reachiIfg out to stop the animal fell in the snow and before she could arise the horse circled around her The wheels of the vehicle barely escaped her The horse was not frightened aty all but left for home at a good rate of speed It was caught one Walnut street and returned to depot where Mrs Crawford got in her buggy and drove home B O Burk the popular postt master of Bradsfordsville met with a paioful accident Wednes day evening With a party of friends he was coasting a long bill m the vicinity when his sled while going at a rapid rates of speed overturned In tie fall his right leg was broken about half way between the kiee and ankle jointsHe was carried home by his comrades and proptl medical attention administered Mr Burke was one ot the suffer iin ers in the recent fire in this city Trouble hardly overcomes single ianded t t Piratius Fotaft and Tar originateqlHoney remedy amV ofl account of the great incrit and popularity Folcyi Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foley Honey and Tar and refuse any substi nte ofTered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by Weed Well v Another Wreck tri last Thursday evening an other freight wreck occurred on the Southern Railroad jjust be ISllt1cars11tb t car loaded with fresh meat be ing ipcnd something over one hundred yardsilfrora the track The wrecking crew from this llace were called to the scene and were hard at work all night before the wreck was cleared up The evening trains from Louis I ville were delayed for several hours and those coming out onl the first rain were compelled to transfer from one train to the j other in order to got homes This till is the most dangerous point oh the road and more wrecks have occurred at this place than on all the rest of the iineAndrson News AyersIi ITake coldeasily Throat tender Lungs weak Any relatives have consumption Then a cough means a gr- eatCherry Pectoraldeal to you Follow your doctors advice and take hAyers Cherry Pectoral It heajs strengthens prevents For ye ri I hwro depended on Ayert Cherry 1ectorat for cougtu and eoldk I know U IOeatlltrenlttbenl weak tnngb31u3 PA W3Ui8ON 55c50e drurlllitlf r a 1 0 ATII4 I Lowell II coI Weak Lungs I f ith activity i TTi i ctrecovr t GtN Times We look for good business along all lines during tbeVyear 190oIt Thepeoplaare in better condition finaciaUy than they have been as a whole fort ige past several years The farmers nIJfnI I season than for the past three or four years The prices of stock and feed stuff of all kinds have brought good prices and we are inclined to believe that they will continue to do so during this We look for another year with increased prosperity and hope we will not be disappointed in expectations Mayfield Messenger SurpriseWeddirii v t The Bride lIs Well Known In County Ha viiiS iVIsIled Hfre f News was received by rela of this place last week oftJ the elopement of Miss Hattie Guthrie and Mr John Cutsinger l both of the Black Lick neighbor ic hood in Casey countycMiss Guthrie is a wellknown g lady of seventeen sumb mers and a member of the soci be circle of that neighborhood She is a daughter of Mr and tofwho was married Dec 28th X4 Mr Ourtsiijger aged 20r is a well known young farmer who was popular in society The young couple left Tuesday and returned Thursday after the solemn vows of matrimony were over them Aae and parental objection- on the behalf of Miss Guthrie It were causes bf tie elopement Efforts were made t prevent of keeping company but their love was not to be thrown aside such a manner and they were determined upon venturing upon the matrimonial sea fdr enough- to prevent seJDaratioii until death did separate them The parents us have refused to permit their to daughter to return home and his they have decided to go west to make their future home It will be remembered by the iis many surprised friends that Miss t Guthrie made many visits to this vicinity and had friends by the score isi of PJlc Sale I will at my place a mile and a half from prin field on the t Bards town rpad on WEDNESDAY FEB J5 1905 Beginning it lOoclddk sell to highest bidder the following isi One 12year old mare old borse 6 yearold in foall 8 year old mare in foal 4year old mere in foal work mule i twoyearold fancy mars millfcow 3 yearling steers twohorse wagon 2 buggies and barness mower and jrake plows gear and other articles Also a Jot of corn pats and Iiay3meat lard and household and kitchen furniture r I l will also at same time if not sOW privately beforehand offer a for sale myfarm containing 51 acres Terms made known on day of sale J C Ensor f S M Campbell Auctioneer Rural Routes In 1897 When the rural service was started on probation 40000 was deemed sufficient for its trial During the fiscal yeaff that ended Juue 30 1904 nearly 13000000 were expended for rural free delivery Forthe fiscal year upon which we h yet now entered 20846600 have been appropriated for the con 1i tinuance and extension of the rural mail service There were 54566 rural routes in existence at the end of the fiscal year on June 30 last 9446 routes being put into operation during the fis cal year Onr October 1 1904 there were 27185 routes stab lished and the service is bein- gextendetttle rate otabout 800 rou es a dayJOJtSWOXtXI il reI l It f IONw it YBAR t J i 4S vI rt 1 t4ta 1 ILcyr11trd LJ t f Eaking F j T t t 51 r 1wdipll 07fj1 ayes Health = flfl- 1Jt1se okf Rpyal JBaking Powde kA essential die he 1thfuFnes at t I JII f Yest fermetz the ffood r L ffAlum kinc powders ate Jft wt ffm Royal Baking Powder saves h1th i l1I jItAkiMa co NEW YORK 1J i i w i QfLOlLINTlEREST CONTEST TALK Tuesday was end of the sixmonths period- as fixed by the electionlaw when the officers of the late primary election e DemocratI I should come in render the keys to the ballot so that the ballots could destroyed and the boxes madi ready for another election There had been a good deal of on the part of certain de- eated candidates at the late pri mary about making a contest but up to the present time nothing hasbeen done Mr Frank Keene the head of the defeated sheriffs ticket has beett dissatis fied over the manner of his defeat on the face t f the return and had talked strongly of bringing a contest on severall grounds is claimed that the ballot stubs show that a large number Republican votes were east and if could be proven hpw these votes which are claimed tobe il legal Were cast the count might change the result ANOTHER FREAK Unotell of a freak calf that belongs Wallace Seay that is minus fly brush John P Best a prominent farmer living just over thelihe in Anderson county the owner of a freak milk cow that is not only minus her fly brush but is also minus tier ears and horns Mr Best prizes this cow very highly not because sne odd from other cows but one the best he ever owned for milk and butter The freac was not caused by nature but when the cow was a calf her tail and ears were frozen off during the cold weather several yeas ago and later she waSdehorned She quite an odd looking cow LILAC WONDERFUL Our Jlills ro correspondent semis us the following item this week which appears increditable but it is so well vouched for that we give it asa wonderful occurrence The correspondent writesicr W Sutherland had a ewe that lave birth the other day to fourteen lambs The lambs all range in size from ordinary size to that of mouse and sill were dead The ewe lived Jseveraj days afterwards def re it died This may appear unreasonable but it sire for the writer was a witness to itII McSjLL The Lebanon Enterprise has the following to say ci- a former Springfield citizen wbichwill be of Interest to his friendshere Mr Cuss 0 Wc Gill of Indianapolis formerly of Springfield bought cfMrs Heleq Rogers one lot on Spalding Av lfor 1050 Mr McGill will build a stately residence on same in the near future and as soon ai the residence is completed he will move his family hert and make this city his future boe We extend hima hearty welcome MoYiNGrJ W Re elli mov ing his salon from the Searcjr block two doori ast ptb cor net room formerly occupied by ONans grocery WillTIftch man will open between BOW and March ltn the Se rcy block a GMtteBo As Ftirniinc Goodi Store Mr Laichman batf aa reay bovghthlt 8ftQclr 9fi k MWl I I1111lf and he erpects fcChat er thingi es1ou for busisees ay the first of the iuontb SALE Thepubliasak ortthe property of Mrs Sler Epp r son neeFoeerj tcofc Mae al Macktille last Satarday and WM weir attended The Ttfjidoml property sold well andllift bousa and lot was bought by Mn LJA E Riley fpr l03 Cot Whayne f acted asauctioneerat the ee- kEaiestherrrsi t Jiis a most unusal thiiu lffLDemocratic paper tto hat wet siOn very week to en4oK t b 1outu10Jve1tntfnues toda trint4whick we thii are iia the Intaralt of the people we take exactly the position otMr jsni that be- houIdbsendoradaId l aapiort ed by all Democrats In jk at dress at Philadclpiif Mowfej night the Pre idfet mafe a ring ing peech ifl fay or of Gowfc mental coiatroi of r lroeiJksaid that State control was iius sufficient but as allgrea t iippilllr Interests diet business over the ttlrbiysn many States tbs here hould ba Guveraeotai j regulation of iqttr staitf rats this has the riugof per Dtnaoc racy to us and ccrtiiinly ahoo4 f ecei etbe endoracment til t xiirats On tbe samte dr ibtt itit President nude this spaeth in Philadelphia the Hoota Cfecb jInittee on Interstate Comia rce rsndrrII t md there is goodt pro 1 BU that this oill with aoeee mnI3T Iaesd t nenU backed rtn ioflviNMt ind power ot Preioct Bfc Roo c veil will becott a law Jat iW essloj of kn re 6n the- IantedyLbuprexeeCoeEt oif j cheIJnited SttW a taot ocs V rote in tile esse s4sit the beet trust decide that an veeset arnous dealers iir IlM meet not to bid agaioet eftch other tIt the live stock arketelsa vius tiou of the Interstate Ouwiliw amd aiTWft crgsle a aoQo oiy and JJial pesoffendiag ire lliWe to imiss prosecution in the Federsi Court All of this is an eyi ence b- riewerafor our tatrybe predatory wealdr altaR lee th d strong are of thaw fWo etsk of iar hats to Prudent Rouse qelt aBdjttstj now Ire tha bewasar candidstt foai tb wrong ticket ItM Nojabu 1 B Town News CIIHavre I9 triedoee otr Wi paper cooibinliil0Bi okra thi rear Htcfe reI m TflINEws LEJLPSI j weekt7or1e Joarntl and the SciwtNpni lnculturistall foe ermr 14rimE19r11w3 LLDaTbe dai ilJIUUISVem 4gricultoriet cii ser 2r the LouvnJe Post filly th wnLeeder end tau Souther Agrieu1turist oe yeerfor 3 51 Wely Z1siNe Hersic- heNewsYleadef I sd the Sout 1 rnAgriu1tirrIooe3earlraeIbIbaeaa an4 b lu PIMMlf the n ctI pccare oae aftlkatio s it 41tgltortt b il ciu arra oy I T vr r I ti INVV T7 THE NEWS4ADIR n DY aY VI- tA YIAA IIN ADVANCE iOIDkv Jo 4LLDAVNJr MUe ie t P0 l 1 tHL I ti Jt peUtkaltt uMk Wk h eMM at Jew rtM bt cub M yU MI WlTery ft cwkk liiM M u eta thd4 M Ubera Y h Mhi MMlutiM f rpict i rl iiIIHII rW t t 2 = i j II7MATIRUARY 9 105 Th ews from the Burley 1 Tofcaooo Growers Co looks very t dioiIgig bra successful ter i ilaitltioIaofibe deal The finan J enn New York arid Cinch y iMiiare Jifcill negotiating but the 1Ii kteat dispatch from Cincinnati Myff that swre difficulties have 1 arJamoflg the moneyed men Ilftitlks asifnow the thng had been financiered to death rmd the charices of the farmer getting to sell his tobacco to that a coeeern in the near future look reBaote i 1 This w glourjous liewi indeed Th Ktotucky Legislature Js about t adjourn at last A com premise bill providing for pur cbftMof the d101Dt property for ttb ctpitDl site willbe passed and eon may come to an end tQ1S Stewart t HOC are scarce but bringing a fair price Sict Farrera are having trouble 1t in this section with sheep J L Powell our huckster bought a nice calf from Claud Key price 5 Bill Bottom and David Key our violin chaUengera will make ramie at the hall on the night qf tfie llth AH arecordially in vited xJ J JPpieQagitting the ques tion now of running a railroad from Harrodsburg to Springfield Iwe hope to SOOn see it in opera tkra Bob Lawson loud Miss Nervie Taylor daughter of Geo Taylor a eloped to Harrodsburg and wee quitely married We extend our congratulations Dadley Bottom who recently purchased the farm from Chas Milton will move at once Mr Milton will move to Springfield LJ4 make his futq re home iC Prof Hudson will begin a a sinjing school at this place Tues day morning We hope brother Hubson will make a success for he is a great woiker in thepr cchurcb WiUje Carpenter ard Miss Ann1L1iott the daughter of Johni Elliott married at the home of the bridegroom on Sunday last It was a Swell affair and well attended Brother Hate ett rO lltesWe ext d oup COliI i gratilations to them ioti by the way I will ndeaI lxor to speak something in re t sard to t he NEWS LEADER as it jj OIeofthe most upto date T oouy papers ever published f snd Idont tnink we could comp Ijment the editor too much for gving us sc much gooJ reading sid Lewd enterlaining items J 2 HEALTHII we 1Ieep IMM witbevt Tbedfordi Bl1ek DnMffM We hTe ssed It in tM with1teKAoetoria UM Hue for tUt lBftii Mwy ttBW It k a doctor iaitMltM reedyt Jllke penoa well BahiiM yJAMES HALL Jaekr rilM IlL =BCM thij greet xoediuM MiTMitoaiadi pains free the iDVigcrMeIdkiaeyi No DOCTOR wIereThediorilg Jt JTamilici laying in the eowatnr miles from any pkygi leIthforytheir eely ctol Tlw ordiJ1s Dtii at cures bilioam ewyepieo4dmciIlmt tea4acemI5fTcsetlptlohad aiImeabecaa tNI Jiftt1r ely sot THDFORD35UCK I AUGHT1o- t iHhWI tJ H JK HWfii HHfi News From The County IIUappNIRt1 Attoiii the County People II- II as Reported by our Corrcsfrandtnts j t Hillsbor Milton Shield of Tatham vii ited tis son James at this place lMtWek Albert Hines rod wife of Tfco psravHle visited the lat tors jmrtnt in this vcinity Sat daysndSundayV Misses Flosiie and Pearl Arm strong two of HillsborpA moat popular youug iadiesl visited their aunt Mr J W Walt ftthe Grove community last weekV We are glad to report all wh hays been suffering with dip the ria much improved There are several cases of grip reported among our people but DO one seems lq be an erous1ysiktr Miss Lela Goodlett of the Bardesty schojlhouse vicinity and Koyie Walls of the Grove were the pfeasant guests ofEren and Misses Pearl and Plbssie Armstrong Saturday and unday Missed Mattie and 0 lie Best two of Anderson counlys most pbpulaif young people who have been visiting the family of T W Sutherland for several days have returned to their home lear Waysiqp Mr Moss of Springfield n as in our midst last wrek buying the remainder of the tobacco that had not been sold or pledged to the Growers He purchased several crops but we have not teamed Miss May the pricesIlar young lady from VViUisburg- jras in our community Tuesday looking after the fall term opur school tp teach aud we learn that she made a very favorable impression on our trusteesVMrs Lucinda JMcIvoy has reV turned from a visit to her daugh ter Mrs Ertn Crow in Illinois She says that the weather there is unusually cold and that hi is far more pleasant to be in Ken tucky during winter We met a man Frida morning who was complaining aoJout lhe cold weather and saidIITnaVe just heard that the bemoneter w as below Cairo We suggest ed to him that the thermometer was below zero and he i p1iedI Oh well it dont make a difference I knew it was below some of those towns along down the Ohio river- Theprophetic groundhog came out Thursday morning while the fields and housetops were covered wih snow and saw his shadow and immediately darted ba k in his winter quarters to re maiii six weeks longer and now all those who believe in his pro phecy are preparing to keep in doors for cold cold weather will surely follow so they say verybroad cropthispast three years have neen al most an entire failure on account of thej cold and drv winter weath er but the heavy snows that have fallen this winter have proven very tenehcial to the small grain crop Now if tobacco remains as thigh as it has been and iilj we haveagoddsmall grain crop tjbis year and with the News Leader doming weekly to his wou1dcertainJybe tor would be happy tqo for he certainly would have noV delinquent subscribers We will say to Uno that in no storytoconcerned the palm iis his on the hejiiofffor his eommunitv must possess mere game th n is in our midst but we will relate Oiie incident that happened since we wrote A A A 4 last Several boys while hunt ing the other day lqctttedsoin tI rabbits in a pile of rails an wood and succeeded in running out 30 of which they killed 51 and let one escape to vouch for the truthfulness of their story but he did not tarry here bui went toward Jensontoa where he might find refuge and ajid escape the deadly aim of the youthful nimrods of Hillsboro The marriage of Miss Mary P Cammack toJ D Sutherland was celebrated Wednesday atter noon at the residence f th brides parents near Ward vitle The wedding was very quiet on ly relatives and friends witnessing the ceremony The bride was attired in a handsome tray eling suit of zibiline The only attendants werfe MiSS Barnett and Ormsby Shewmaker The brtde possesses a vary sweett and charming disposition and isI the attractive daughter or W G Oammack one of the deputy as sessors of Anderson cOUnlY The groom is twentyfour yeas of age and is an industrious young farmer They Will make their Lome at present at Hillsboro LILAC Valley Hill Mrs Carrolll Kelly is conva lescent at this writing Those who were on the sick list are convalescent this week S G R ddixand wife are ji the Wm SnideDaiome this week Otis S ttle vfsittd his parents near Booker Saturday and Sun day v Thomas BakW of the Hills boro station wasSit J L Moran s SundayV Sabe Hardin and family visited relatives near Polio Saturday aud Sunday Benedict Janes and wife vis Iitedi at the home of V7N Elliottt MoqdsylastV Jamaes Moran Jr sold two- sKocks of sorghum to Thomas A Grundy at 75 cents The ast sleet caused many horses to bej roughed vhicb was good on tne smthsJ- onathans Riley of Nelso- county visited at the home I W F Moran Saturday Gilbert Donalioe has been quit ill the past week but we are gla to say he is able to be out againl dVThecolor are in apiti ble condition as every one of them are in Lie d from effects of severe colds Miss Sue Edgerton of Hills boo has been at the home of Ju L Moran Sr the pasts week acting as nurse as all the family have been ill of la grippe Before another issue St Valentines i diy will be gone nevtf to return But then wehaveVth e giodold News Leader which we hope will continue to corn e to us for years to comeV goodsforleading Poor 9tfwn letaiiers have araiyed at our station dur ihe past week Also a shipment of household furniture for J C Pile Never before was Hha same amount of sickness kriotfjUfci the length of time ahnostevey citii izen in our xSomm unity has been ill during th winter from different causes mostly lla grippe and pneumonia Pi e many friends of Mrs Palmer Grimdy will be glad tp know that she is fast i m pro yingaf tern brief illness It will be remuot bered that she received a rail du ing the winter of 1908 which caused her to be an invalid Wlrle Toomas A Grundy was IOIOIOIO1O1OJ fiFYOU CANT GET OUT X VV- This cold weathor call up I 1 McELEOY BROS hFORw asCorn Tpmdifoss r Sweet Potatoes String Beans He mihy Hominy Flakes Heinzs Countryo+ 11Etc Etc Hi Bacon Glass jars French Sardines X Mackerel White Fishi PICKllBS 11 Sweet and Sour Bulk and Bottles Olives Olive Oil tEvaporated Horse Radish Pepared mustards Etc T MilNESomethlng new for Cakes and Candies See VV ourNewpatterns in DINNER SETS just received iAB1 tIN FORYOUVA Set China Plates for only 75c LMVCELROYBROSV 1 g I i gladyrOld Beck slipped and threw shoe through the front of h gladiesThe sale of the property of Benedict Clements was well at escEpnMr Clements but our loss will be Union countys gain as he is going to Uniontown to engage iiu the tuercahtile business belongangerepiu lat Week got QUWII in tl1oarn got down his last time Monday The cause of hiS death is not known The local Skinners got his hide and sent it to Louis ville realzing 275 for it eOne night last week tire got out some way in the stripping room of Ed Kelleys bain and all the floor was burned out the stoye fell through afrdyet di not damage anytning of value flow the tire burned all nightt and did no more damage is mys di3corerede following mornipg Again we appeal for the vacant space for our village We are njvv in another month with a better piper and better news The spicy correspondents of other places have haxl better let ers and more of them io the past month than ever before thetcountynews one of the most in teresting departments in per paper First but not least a new appearcdint any way We met Samuel Tuck er one pay recently and he could not speak for smiling neverthe lessirwas something to smil for it is not often that a family is blessed with one of the fairqst daughters that the world Insyet seen and that was what those smiles meant a 10 lb daughter who made them a visit last week N MOORES7ILLE MissIOphelia spent last Sunday with Miss Lei a T Wall retuida pleasant it to relatives at SpringfieldV Hessie Curtsinger who is attending school in Vspjflgfj d spent Saturday and Sunday at hempIMiss Chatsye Collins of Mack ville jis spending a few weeks with her sister Mrs Selb y Crumec f Isaac Lynch wife and son t Springfield have returned home after a peasant visit to relatives at this place We are very glad to report that Miss Jenny Yates is much im proved after an illness of sever al weeks of typoid fever fLittlr Missed MarguRrite and i Daisy Boblitt of Springfield are iiviiiting their grandparents jui and Mrs Jeff Smith at this placeVClaude Hendronand wife nee Miss Loll Swartz haye returned to their home at Jeffersonvlll- md e after an extensive bridal tour to relatives at this place and in your town Mrs Hendren byhercorrespondent together with host or friends otTer congratula lions to the happy couple with the hope that th ymay lio long and prosper The Springfield NEWSLEA DEU is anj ptodate paper andl should be patronized Mrs Cettie Bobiett has gone on a visit to Louisville She will be gone about two months There were no sei vices at New Hope church Safurdny and Sunday dwing to the inclement weather Mrs Minnie Maylleld has returned home from McChords hospital Lebanon Ky much improved in healthVG Birlow sold to Hus on IP t bay mare for115 a gelding tto D C Curtsingpr for 75 D C Curtsing sold a bay mare A W Eddleman for115- We agree with Uno in regard to good roads and perhaps we will have some wh n wevata supervisor but I believe th Magistrateshave dor e allthev i 1 towards making good roads Vel1 we find that the majority expressionBlackburn nOw and McCreary nltedstnteslSenator II Pleasant Grove Nat Thompson visited frieuds in Mercer county last weekrj Miss Lzzio May Gregory isl couhlylHern l man on Feb 1st a 101 b boy J Ctl W IeBrfrom Lbuisviile with a carjoadI of Kentucks finest horses lyfWHiirY y Van Arsdale wsnt Democratic Candidates The SoHoJHnng gentleman were declarM tie nominees of tljeir foilhe respective county jIm i at me Democratic primary in Washington county August 6tbj904i They are to be voted Tor ait the regula1 l November 19O5VV LitseyISFor Co AttorneyT S Mayes County CIrkW T Booker Repstnttiive W D Claybrooke For Sheriff J S Osbouriie Supt of Sphools J W Bush For JaiierpGeo D Catlett For Assessor T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For CorouerJ M Montgomery last weeks with her s ster Edna Noe iu Springfield rThe skating party given by aMissi attended gfieldtweek with her mother Mr Alice Thompson dOn aciount of the severe cold waather the Rev W T street failed to fill his appoint meah he Sunday Kind of a wedding epidemic struck the plantation ofTJ Trenu last week All of his hands andj the cook got married MisS Davis VanArsdale ha been on the sick list for the pastt feWdas Wm Cheathamjs also sulferibg from a severe attack of pneumonia LloyClvin te largest crops of tobacco ev grown in this part of the count at this season of the year Carl Walls has retUrhed from opporjwell satisfied but the water did not agree with him and he wa compelled to return to Kentuck Perryet zie Mae Gregory received a tele phone message from her brother in Louisville to come at once No particulars were learned t She started immediatelyV ev Leachman has a freak iin the shjapeof a five iegged lamb its fifth leg coming out of its body near tyie center of its left side and liked about 14 of a inch touching the ground The curiosity only livefd JpJaa about three days old Willie Thompson who went to Pittsburg some 18 or 20 months ago and thence to NO P York has returned home He was well pleased with his position and satisfied but said be felt un easy at times that the folks c home might be taken saddeni 51P and he would not hear Of ani rather than to be in this po silion he started for home H says he knows the exact number PittsIburg andSpringfie1d Ma ckv I letlj VIVMrs Henry Isnam isfquite SIC with pneunomiaV Born on the 5th to Mrs Irvine Mayes a daughterV t Born on February 1st to Mrs Lee Riley a daughter Miss Waltzio Groerie from Missouri is here on a visit familylefty t D Alison Texas Miss1 Eva Turner has returned home from a visit to her sisttr LSUaRev Walden failed to come t his appointment lasti Sunday on account of the weather I presume It sUllcontinues cold and the snow and ice make it very bad Uaveling If there is any thin bavelj Mifs Llzxe McMillan is boarH ing with Mrs Annie McMillah studiesfromprepaiVngMr James Peters who has been visiting his friend hero for the last two weeks will leave in a few days for Bardstowrt and Jfrom ihere will go to Pawhu 1key Oklahoma hs home ThelSth and 14th of Feburary 1IS QiaiterIy at the Merhodis t PresidingEldelJ r himlIe11 Mr Ed Slaughter and James rlastin business in Louisville for a while and his wile is here withi Lher father Mr Thomas Graves VIJ bur John Turner visited at Mack ville last weekVMr and Mrs Rofits Fooler visir SpringslastMr C R Cheatham and Tur net Scruggs are not any better this week arfew days with his family here iilast weekV f Mrs Mollie Blanton of Boston visited her sisteri Mrs W S- Gibbs a last weekV tTkursdayI t Broojcsvllle Miss Mayme M rrltt spent MV Ileral davs pith friends at Huh last week Mr Miller Birch of Birch wood I MrKDr WW Hyatt has been erj ously ill for the past week bufc we are glad to report him better at this writing ofmcottpUinieg of colds and tIegripamong them are Mr A H Wells Clyde and Lo Gibbtl and Waiter Scruggs V I1VDrston 111 tebedsjeI RChathamten children all of whom are liv lag and fortunely have all had the pleasure of Wing with their aged parents during thehrillness There are notnany parents who are blessed with such a host of chidren irIHar4sty Schoelhouse Mr William Lay is working up a pension claim for Mrs Jfj WilliamsMrs K Good1etand01J- s visited friends in Anderson conn ty last week Ernest Gray and rhurm n gvisitltMr Snbe Hardin and family of Valley Hill visited the family of Mr John Kaye Saturday arid SundayVMiss Emma Cheser returned hertKays at Pleasant GrovVGuess Mr Ground Hog didnt get to see his shadow Thursday for Mr W S Y Goodie caught him Wednesday FrankMontgorperYPleaYyoung people in old fashion negro sermon at the Litetary Society Thursday night It must undoubtly be CIJ than zero weather MrJohn swaterJn nold tellsrus that it froz3 tiicc wsydeep a twelve inches of water in it which was frozen over Saturday 4th being voucher day at Polin several otthe old veterans and wfdoirs of veteran were there having tneir vouchers filled out among them were two Mexican veterts MrB widtof thenSparroFebruary own hisdau ht r Miss JpsieSpar row She had been an invalid for many months of that fell des troyer consumption The funer al services were conducted att Rockbridge Monday Hillsboro talks of his rabbit hupt Jensonton of his wild dO Land Val y Hill f his coon bunt WilIial1JsteIlsIof a coon hunt that beats 01 of poplaretree that bad thirte ncoons in it and when it fell a clean alJan bursted all to pieces and killed all the coons he went about 8 half mile and cut another poa tree that had seven coons in jit but this tree failed to burst iind terkkilling them all Vhe dlant ry to carry thenyhome but went for his horse and sled and gath jeup his coons This made twenty iin one day for Mr William Rev R Sale was oat on his farm approachedVlittletail a of a coop sticking out of the bole and when he cut the tree dow it had seven COOQS in it one atop of the other till the last one got in all but his tail this was daylSeither VVV oi=PuIIiam Ky J Henry Lawson left llast weiBk C7for DeKalb Ill Born to the wife of Wade Hat din Feb 1a13IbboyV We think winter is about over now if all reports are true jJave Orouch and wife are re ported better at this writing R D Riley hauled several loads of straw jfrbm Mark Shewmakers last weekVMiss Nannie Thompson is Very ill with typhoid fever We hopi to see her able t be out againi soon Tne party given Thursday night by Tim Crouch was quite a success All present enjoyed a good timeV 11Vinfield Lawson has moved to where he has accepted a position with his broth r in a milk daryV L W Jenkins had the misfor tune V lose six mule colts and five more are sick The disease is not known Tobe Scruggs wMIei carrvhiig too mat y on his sleigh Sunday night bad a break down ku11r bad a livey Vine walking home Will Simms has moved to the farm he rented from Lewis LawII ion Mr Lawson will leave the 20th for Altoona Pa where he las a position as foreman onJthe iIIroadiV JfFBNWICK i WalterrBume was in oUrtowV Sunday J Born to the wife of Lee Riley daughter VVLotf Barktrmid a fiyingEtripv tp East Texas TscdyLoDoe Jan i and TJwo Fern wick art pendipf a few Jiyi In oar YiHa i b 000000 IITabIeSupp1ks V2V When you are phprt of grocery sup X plies we want you to telephone us f IJIyou are in2lhurrYi tell uthand well 6 show you hpw promptly ticn rdspbncJ All the seasons jg othings freJanQ reasonable utl1Ii1if r 1 jltj FNEOFFEEIi B i oc r that I Iishot es0jlyJ call afewIeadingXbrandsV O1dKtuckyat25eperujdI VCosto Rica at 17 c per pound j 2 Eito at 1 5c per poundSa Lion 2 packages for 2q ffi f Golden Rio green t2eflStd 6 Sold in Springfieldi only by me V YI JIIviuicE1royV an LIItI II tI tI JIr I III ttw tI tI iiHORSEND ii MUft8 w INTEDlI l We want horsesndjacks to be ejitered in the f COMBINATION SALE i r to he held at Wharton TappVVVV f JS Liverp Stable Sprinfffleia on VV Friday Feb 17 ForfrmSanlfurth particijiMjS apply tor v y whainiaj-SPHIN6FIEL0 Kt- Sr J m M Campbell Auctioneer rD H- 4Vi 4 aI c rff We offer Below an attractive clutbinf list which 1ICIVL nearly all the city papers and leading fziM All ii Jjjitjk subscribers and all who pay up and renew willibe given thNsLE- ADER and any of the papers below far oneyear iiV V fcsf1 11 ffnjj-j fft v r 5 s if LtiiikvifleEoraJddailyI SOy Mi turerJournaII week- llSP iLouisville Herald f weekly y 125 VHomeandFarm O rf i1 Farmers Home Journal v Jy t 7iifi Cincinnati Commercial Tribnne i S L40 f4 fCincinnati Enqiiirer ileII S t it Country Gentleman Ci 2 OOl l j IBleed ers Gazette 2 OI1i tfInterstate Poultryman io iJOhio Farmer lJIIndependent u 50rJD r I The Commoner jr oo tt1 t Sti Lous Gl 0beDennt 1i 75 JJ 1 St Nicholas 8 50 ti itJ1 Womaiis Home Companion 1M lMcCJures MagszineI tLp Jlrri 1 VlVarpersMagazine 425 1IffV Harpers weekly 4 25I j I VUarper Bazar 14 9 1 American AgriculturiaL 1g t c sjec1t r tesli nOl map other ib1icatio m oft mfdL abovetjrbicb will be made known on applloatk iQ i f E L DAVISON Jr Ir VPub iANEWSLEADER B rl3deW l J A BUSINESS J IS OOKKKBEIfINca eHOJlltTHAN TVIEWJlltITINGlf TIE tIE Ga fIIItli Hy e i ycar fe JV W 4SVVf Uimi Mry t Robinscw k I l4tefi j Slvin lasts aadcwif at Qtowr this WSkV Mr hi isiting hliiiiita- f Je thia pio Oo account of Iie wSvslliuii- ad WlIism aUui EDUOAT Jaa 1r IofiltSCV exyerleBcei teacher Mkcflf one iJieckHrt in U1JM VWrlttI f 1 beautiful iefCci hook gtIag 1teMisooiIA f kVkraduat all over tie uaitStatesltwIktaMedwii rftaVcoiop the StwMaticaBeBteraVaiiftlBi RHT Piesuii AdofJ Eg4county Jr weMberBcp VV ail p1fltVit1VV p toiM bb t tpVndayngbt in rfarcb Q f j aAaIrU 4 l = f T TTr i r 1 THE NEWSLEADER f JmiIIY IaAY r tf A YCAft III ADVAHO PEOPLE I b K f f 1TA1JED i ABOUT J i S ft bt ft M Ot CXCltCflMBt- o C to MhMMiri atMRepoWte iw Yc the TTIted Btatel JUtt tJieY are othir t ye ww JUpwMotetir Fayiw of JIkW Ytft MwsiIatatiTe Ca J Ctuk et Jftaw rifi 4 Br c n JMI btewe thew2 asked I tIiIIftHJrl the lnk dM tthey haeI h4 teM xeHed la tilrty ra and it SrUi be tie Ik tfer thirty yearsIJ OM matt hi the wit wbowaa coofi 6et President Booecrelt would carry MfMomi wan Bettresentatlre James A JAIATAWXLY j Bangs Tawaey Minneso ta charfeof the the Chicago Republican national beeqntterLty InboutI flpb11eanuutII- he a pestaOn clerks election nightl retm kirn a Lasolle seal st with aBMaY but place the Jar laJlioM tht shoaki be la the onteir there wu a ote Twtp Jikia hoier ask ft Tawneytt after be had eiprtMid hkth Bks i Oh Mill the clerks well till that yHh a JD wbea Mte eurl goesaa JtW IItt atMyltkseenI IIstbNB searching themselves for enoughe foc thfit dlamoiMl along aloutIw daigkt +Kewlri k IJangs the humorists wMie new cwnte opera Lady TeeUif ixJe ks beenfayorabfy received bas ed the opera Richard Urinsley SberldAm8 School For Scandal thSport thing Is this Ladyo Teazte yours Inquired a friend 1YeUtJreplled the orW8 afdeal like the battle of Winches ter gS41k1te tWiBclJester Becau explained Mr BangsnSherMan te about twenty miles away Mr Bangs was taking a ride not long ago Oebhuo f the public coaches which offer to oat of town rteitors a sightsee tour of Newlag Tort As the coach proceeded iap Fifth avenue the guide called out through his- megaphone the I Barnes of the prin cipal points of inter est along the route Mr listened with livelyInterest But why he re marked Inan asld to the guideT dont of irbo was lit apeak ew tmreau of branch of lug became the bu fare lrlHof ey da of au of by KEKDRICK llANOSU I jot point out some of the well people we are passing in the knoWnI There goes Chauncey Depew stance and a little in front of him Is Herr Conned the opera director pThe guide adopted the suggestion At the end of the trip he Inquired of a friend who hIs well informed passen ger might ue and learned that he had talked wltliJohu Kendrick Bangs fa mous for his The Idiot at Home Some days later Mr Bangs was walking down Fifth avenue when theScoach passed him in the street Atol bOldessfentoriantAnd theroou the west sidewalk Jofin Kendrick Bangs the famous goesb founder of the Bloomingdalo asylumn JWhenwere having their wannest encounters witl the natives of the Philippines Inrthe year 1809 no regiment acquitted Itnself more creditably In the fighting than that from North Dakota No ofli ccr In the regiment won mojre praise Iflj meat now retiring governor of the state of North Dakota Major White JRAN wmn served in the Phil ippines under Geng1 eral Lawton whop held him in high es teem The regiment g went through much 1hanlsblppalgns In the Phil ippine Islands and it is related of Governor White that nl1 though an officer he was always ready to assume the same labor and undergo the same fatigue that fell to the lot of the men Members of the regiment tell of manyacts ofthoughtfulness and kindness On the majors part Often he would give up his horse to a worn 4outsoldier or take his place pulling the ox carts when the animate employed for that purpose ha died for want of water Governor White has always had a liking for mliTtary affairs He was born in 155C at Stlllman Valley Ill and after study In the local und a Methodist school at schoolsI 4 irig Ill attended the University linois There he took military trains W Jag aud when he graduated In 1880 as fa civil engineer he held the rank of captain the highest command in the Institution When he removed from Illinois to North Dakota in J8S2 he became connected w1ththe militia and tterved ns a captaln regimental adju tant and major He was one of thq irst to volunteer when the Spanish a War broke out He has served several terms In the legislature aqd in 1000 jraa RomlBftted for lleuteaaat govern trTbe leAd of the ticket resigning before election he took his place and- was elected being reelected In 1002 Governor White married Miss Elsie It Hadley of Valley City A Din 1804 They have o son He has made a recerd la forcing the railroads to paj a larger sUre of the state taxes Representative Charles Eo LltUefiek f Main who is coftsWered oai of the- best erataM la COBCTCM was a failure im orttiry M a yoath at school Tbttj one thine he couU Mtdo at the tillage 1choO l be attended IB Weeks Milks Me was to speak a piece At sixteen be we rIeI edattttlwebea to command a 11et CJrA1t LJS LIT TLCFtBLD Di successor In he typical nd one toe most Cult places In the whole United States In which tp make a LlttJffield repiitatln orj ator IB his natty state a reputation founded upon thet- AtnOYSSpeecJJes he made before juries in criminalI eases and public assemblages campaign times He has n splendid physique acquiredi partly through his labors as n young man at the carpenters bench Hlsfa thcr was a Free Will Baptist minister who labored with hands as well as bead being a millwright and carpen ter The son took tip the latter trade and after working severall years at the bench and saving up a little money began the study of law He Is esteemed one of the ablest lawyers ever produced by the Pine Tree State and was reicently designated as one of the prose r 2knrt nf Judge Swayne before the bar i ltn TThti1 5tutca = itamon Corral who a few weeks ago was sworn as vice president of ifex leo is the first man serve In that capacity In the Mexican republic The Mexican constitution made no prod slon for such an officer For a longJ time General Diaz did not want one around but he is growing old and van not serve many more terms Last 2pringo permit of tbe election of a vice pres dent When the convention of the Natt tional party was held It named Senor omg minister of Interior for the otIce and ue was duly elected It Is generally expected that when President az dies or retires Se 5r Corral will be bis many respects Mexican vice president resembles successful polished bust ness man of the United States He or dif as an lisa before In in to l l VICE PBESIDEfT RAMON COnBAL fifty years of age has been reporter letIJllaturereer of one of the public men of the i nited States Asa matter of factwthe Mexican vice president is a goods epl of n Yankee has been United States Is educating as many f his family of nine children as are of school age in Uncle Sams schools and avors the closest social and commer clal relations between Mexico and the i reat in republic f Its north The stateC of Sonora in which he was born and which he was twice governorls the iost Americanized of all the Mexican states Senor Corral Is very popular with the Mexican people senator William B Allison of Iowab now holds the record for the longest continuous service In the United States senate He has been there thirtyone years and ten months Until recently the record stood to the credit of Sen C ator Morrill of Vermont The longest actual service record was made by the fate Senator John Sherman of OhIoq His Senatorial career was Interrupted periods of service In the cabinet but altogether his membership in tbe senate covered but a few days less than thirtytwo years At least three president have offered Senator Allison the position of secretary of the treas ny but be bas uniformly declined to TOn ALLISOX 1But1V enable to a seat in o the the senatenamelyli several times that has seemed to be within his grasp alryears of age his ambition in this di rection Is not likely be realized Senator Allison is noted as being conservative and dipieumatic Although not lacking in back one his methods are s6 soft and po lite that he has gained a reputation for ever saying no and the late John Ingalls Ofl5 remarked that Allison Was so pnssylike that one could n crV tell whether he was coming or going nil that he could walk from Wash logton to San Francisco on the keys of ApianoWhen a schoolboy Senator Allison was known as Big Eyed Bill ASdy who went to school with him once remarked Little did any of us think ilthingj 11andreenhoPu He never wore any sus his1iirlsfter us and if be caught one of us nt girl was sara to be kissed A BIG RbLIfIS Tlie Increase InCounfy Assess meri t aieHatsrr 2ia 23lSr The Board of Supervisors of taxes for the county finished its labors last week and the result of the work of the Board makes considerable change in the valu ation of property as it now stands on the Assessors books The toal increase in property giyen by the board over the Hi urea as turned in by the assessor is 2f8235 and the total increase in the assessment as it stood last year is about ISOjOGO The valuation as returned by theassessor is as follows lanT 2083 55 town lots 2857 5 money notes mortgages etc 593595 personal property 333715 making a total ot 3 The increase put on the valua ion of the assessor by the Board of Supervisors is as follows ItCnd 89940 town lots 11000 notes money mortgages etc 112504 perEonal property 6790 making the total increase 228235 The grand total valuation of property this year is 3517245 which is about 80000 more than last year The increase repre- sentS the advance made in the value of real estate and other duringIinto the county and the propertv hich has been discovered the previous assessment and which had not been given iin heretbre The increase iin the assessed valuation of property the county means a bigger in ome for the county from taxes m Reward 100 The readers of this paper paper will e pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science hatS been able to cure in all its stages and that Is Catarrh HaWs Catarrh ure is the only positive cure now known tp the medical fraternity Catarrh haing a constitutional disease re uires a consttntiooal treatment Halls Catarrh Cure iis taken internally acting directly upon the blood and njncpns surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its ork The proprietors have so much rhaithOne Hundred Dollars for any ase that it fails to cure Send for st of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Tak Hall Family Pills for consfipation A Lonely SpotI Bound and gagged thfe maiden was tthrust into a gunny sack and to move or scream felt herself carried up a flight of stairs from the dungeon and then was put in a buggy anddri 1enrate Ineffectively she struggled release herself from the gag las she was bound too securely Finally the conveyance stopped he was again carried into a building and fainting and gasp ng for breath the sack was Ian en from her head The still masked took the gag from er mouth his eyes gleaming le coals of fire through hid black mask released her hissea through his tightly clench teeth There my pretty bird scream and yen es long as jou like no human ears can ever reach you You are in my pow er Do you tear Totally within my power Where am I she gasped 4Inill store that never advertises was the cruel response Alas Alas she moaned Uno power on earth can save me no one will look for Tne hereand the poor girl fainted Ex Grave Tro b1c Foreseen It needs but iitih foresight to tell that when your stomach and liver are badly affected grave trouble is ahead unless vou talie the proper medicine for vom disease as ivlrs John A Young of Clay N Y did She says I had neuralgia of the liver my heart was weakened and I could roteat I was very bad for a long time hut in Electric Bitters I found just what I needed for they quickly relieved and cured me Best mtdicine for weah women Sold under guarantee by CJ Haydendrug gist at 50r a bottle i Give Your Stomach aRest Your food must be properly digested and assimilated to be of any value to you Ii your stomach is weakor dis eased trtl Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and gives your your stomach a rest enable it to re ciipcritc take an new life and grow strong gain Kodol curessour stom ach gas bloating heart palpitation and all digestive disorders Sold by all druggists Hang March 10- On March 10 Jacob Bischpff the slayer of his wife Julia Bis choff must hang unless in the meanwhile the Court of Appeals lhnds flaws in the record of the courts rulings sufficient to base a reversal on them Jrc1ge Pryor yesterday over l ruled the defendants motion for a new trial and fIxed the date of i execution Attorneys Edwards j and Ogden had made a motion i for a new trial claiming among other things that the court erred in two important respects First he allowed Attorney R O Davis to testify as to his mental cundia tion of the defendant although t he had represented the defend ant ina divorce case and his h privileged relations as an attorn ay should not have been mado the subject of evidence Second ly it was claimed that an instruction should have been given limiting the effectiveness of Pa trolman Joseph Allgiers evidence as tu Bischoff confession to him at the time of the killing J As to the first contention Judge Pryor says that as Major Davis 4id not testify as to his privileged relations wih Bistehcff his testimony was in actcordance with llaw and that as the confession made by Bischoff j t contained evidence tbat was cor r be ate 1 by a number pft other witnesses an instruction such as tbat desired by the defense would have been an injury to the r defense Herald PI Bees Laxative Honey and Tar ia i improvement over all Cough Lung and Bronchial remedies It acts on the bowels drives the coldout of thfc sys tern cures Croup whooplqg Uoujjh wards off pueumonta and strengthens tire lungS Bees Laxative Honey and Tar is the best Cough Syrup for children Tattes good Sold by Haydons Pharmacy feed and Coal Dealers Are a necessity in a community and they should be reliable We are careful of our reputation in that regmd and we believe the people believe us COKL 5 You can tell very little by the looks of coal how much heat it will give or how long it will last The only test of coali is the use of a ton or two And when you know a coat you can save on the pmount you use We are always glad to deliver a ton or two of our coal on trill It improves bn acquaintance like mostthings worth having f PEED1We haye a complete stock of the best Hay Corn Oats etc to be found any where We handle these goods in Jlarge quantities and therefore are able to ma lko th price as low as any PJRMBRS WILL S7ThEFeed by buying one of our Ohib Feed Cutters It will soon pay for itself Don forget that we handle three of the best makes of farm wagons Studebaker 01dHickory Champion The season will soon open for vehicles We have all kinds McClure SWells TRAGIC UEJITFtI OiBloomllell Man In Montana av t Identiythc VIctim of an tatI t Snassin 1tt A telegtam wasTecsived intBardstown last Saturday stating badtbeenabout forty miles from 9ulbert son Montana w1ierea had been engaged in operating a a stock ranch and farming The matter was taken up by wire with R W Getty the coroner at that place who left Culbertson Saturday and returned Sunday with the remains and sent the following telegram Greer died of bullet woud in chest inquest now onx uspect in jail chain of evidence complete except for results of au top la sy not yet held Mr Walton an attorney o f Salt Lake City and a brotherin law of deceased is now in Cul bertson and will make a carefulI investigation of thV tragedy We have been unable to secure any further information about the killing The remains wiltn probably arrive at Bloom fieldl Friday or Saturday as they were held over for the autopsy t The deceased W W Greer was a son of the late Thomas N a Greer of Bloomfield and was about tthirtyone years of age He attended school in Bardstown IH where ho won the highest hon- Ors of his class and in Juno 1894 he gtaduated from Centre Col lege Danville Ky as yaledic torian and piize man of his classII receiving the highet grade in all hir studies After engaging m the pursuit of farming in Nelson county for bf a short time he left for Chicago Ill where he began the study of law and had a position with the fc City Riilway Company but tir ing of thestudy of law he lettE for Montana seeking his fortune in the West and settled on an island containing about 1000 acres of fertile land The land was under government control and he had taken up 100 acres d had leased the remainder of t the island and is reported to have had good prospects before pimmanhood the murderers bullet deprived him of his liCeStan dard Frand ExD Jd 01 edj A few counterfeiters have late Jy bran making ann trying to sell imitations of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumptionta Coughs and medicines thereby defraudingt the public This is wart you beware of such people who eek to profit through stealing the reputation of remedies which have been successfully curing disease for ovea 85 yeflrs A sure protection to you is our vnameohtheIt on allDr Kingsor Bucldens remedies as aU others are mere imitations H E BUCKLEN Co Chicago 111 and Windsor at Canada A Menace to Health Kidney trouble is an insidious dan ger and many people are victims of a serious malady before the symptoms are recognized Foleys lyidney Cure coirects irregularities and strengthens and builds up the kidneys and tt shot Id be taken at the first indication ofSI kidney trouble as it impossible to 25 hava gocd health if the kidueys are ranccd For sale by Wood Wells five Murderers J Ttis hardly likely that theei will ever be another hanging at the od county jaiLViwTherethe jail waiting execution now IIIIn but hi the majority of cases an pealis pending and it is beTlieved that the new jail will bn Th occupied before any of tthe S Ibtences are carried outIWilliam VanDalsen is senten 01cedpresent monih but it is probable e that an appeal will be taken in the meantime which wilt oper ate as a stay of execution on George Warner who killedIad Pulaski Leeds and whose death on 4sentence tbyoriginally sentenced fo die on April 29tb 1904 The new date zwillthami Jake Bbichoff is unde ser ence to hang on March 10 but it iis understood that his as will be taken to the higher court James Thomas colored who was sentenced to die on 4pril22 1904 has an appeall ndingI and Ed Brown also colored i ii 1 under sentence of death but no date has ben fixed John R Pllanz1the jailer that the new jail will be ready for occupancy by April t- I and does not believe that any of the convicted men now under sentence of death will hang Iin 1the old jail plans of the new jail were o hold the executions in the chapel but this was objectedto oyPflanz and th3 plans wet e subsequently modified PO that structureLwill take place in a small court yard in the rear Jqf the jailc1 Louisville Posts 1 La GfIDU auiioiiia Pneumonia often follows LanIpp e but nevtr follows the usp of Foley H ney and Tar It cures lagrippe and prevents pneumonia and consumption ir Ask for Fbleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Mr G Vacher of 157 Osgood st Chicago writes My wife had a severe case of three years ago and it left her with offgave mediate relief ASOcent bottle cared her cough entirely Refuse substiItntes For sale by Woods Wells Poisons iin PooL Ferhrps you dont know tbatI any pain poisons originate inI your food but some day you may feel a twinge of dyspepsia lit will convince you Dr Kfins New Life Pills are gua- rhtedto cure 111 sickness duei tOipoispns of undigested food orj money back 25c at C J ydons drugstore Pry themt TIlt Machine Controls jTije attempt to diyide and con fuse responsibility inthe Capitol atter l goes on merrily The extra session has brought out thfe fact that the architect cost tbp State 220000 and tte price ithe hew site which was 35 000 has now grown to 60 000 making an increase of 25000 of thasite alone The speciall session will probably cost 25000 ete iif adjourns nextflweek sojthat this spasm has exposed a wcjste of 270000 to the State 1t is now proposed 16 evade all direct responsibility for this by puling on the Assembly theDnr deb of arbitrarily selecting a slie oy refusing to investigate charges of extravagance and jobbery arid by giving tacit ap- rvai to the contracts which fail to protect the States inter l ests as charged by Attorney General Hays i The Beckham machine is theii only organized orein the As sembly The Democrats oppos J to autocracy have no head and notpurpose The anti Black burn movement has the situation d r perfect control and die tes to the anti administration j ob exactly what it shall do iuisville Herald PUBLIC SALE TI will sell publicly on the premises 4 miles from JBradf ords i ile Ky ou Arbuckles pike Marion county WEDNESDAy FEBY 15 1905 10 amIDY farm of 173 34 acres On same lisa twOStory residence and necessary out buildings Good state fc ltiI vation well wateied young or chard For corn 40 acres in wheat 25 acres 12 acres timber balance in grass If not sold will rentSAt same time anti placel willI ell 25 head cattle 3 mule colts5l hogs corn hay and fodder Terms made known on day o ale B C Clark Brad fords ville Ky fa n203b Beautiful Snow Tho month of January 3905 s a remarkable one for the mb rqf snow storms as well s for having brought the cold st weather of the last two years first snow fell on January 3and since then there have eetr fourteen snOws during tbeI month The llast und heaviest f the season bsgan falling at an arTy hour on last Sunday morn boutthelday and well inlo the night and Monday morning it had reach a depth of about four inches thEt level and in place was rifted to a depth of ten welve J inches The lowest point registered by the mercury in this city was eight degrees below ero on the tweiityfitfh day ofr the month CASTOR IIAPOT hfDtswCkiWrI TlwKMYNlbm AlntsIelPlJ QsBoarsthp1d FREAK 4 f BIRTHS l rrcA 1ab with lvi Less Tw 34- IefTrit aNdOffrsi UseC tual Blrlh L Mr B B Leechman the well known young farmer of the Pleasant Grove neighborho thinksi thafrthd redfor freak births has been broken recently among the live stock on his farm Last week one of his ewes gave birth to goodsized lamb which had five fully developed legs Unfortunately the lamb wasborn during one of the cofdest nighty and perished otherwise it might have llived to maturi1 yas it was of good healthy size Two other ewes gave birth at about the same time to triplets a somewhat unusual occurrence There was also born on the farm to a fine broodmare a pair of twin colts which are frisky and are thriving notwithstanding the cold weather Bad breath belching of gas and sour risings are alldue to indigestion Ito dol Dyspepsia Cuae is a guaranteed euro L A Soper of Little Rock Kyt writes us We feel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure deseryes all the com mendation that can be given it as it saved the life of our little girl whenj she was three years old She is now strand we have kept it for hruconI stattly tutof course she only takes Itj now when anything disagrees with t her Kodol is ttje best medicine in t t the world for Indigestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles A trial of this greatest of all digestants wInconI vince any who suffer Good for young or old Sold by all druggists l Wiiter SAke LieIMr C J Washer and some of1 3his hands were cleaning out an old well that had been filled upJ one day last week nnd when about three feet down iintheVub lbish they came suddenly upon abed of snakes five in number coiled up together There were two racers three feet long and three cow snakes five feet long lThe men severed the snakes J with their tools and went in to dinner When they returned a they found the severed snakes in 1 iyerIfor two hours hen at last toe divided parts came nearer to gether It was observed that Itbe head of each snake began to move about the yard as ilsearcht nfoni something At last it was seen that the bead was com ing iin close cgntuct with the body and at sun don each snake found as it appeared its origi nat parts or at least had become a real snake again One piece had bpen swallowed by a fowl but it becomefso retless that the 12umthe snakes tail About 70 year ago a colt fell into this old well and as the colt was killed it was j never removed and the wen was gradually filled upland has never since been used Correspondent in Bardstown Standard l Aonmnl Burns Lure instantly relieved and per fectlv healed by Bucklens Ar nica Salve C Rivenbark Jht of Norsolkj Va writes ul uurnt my knee dreadfully that it bliStered all over Buckleas Arnica SdlveI stopped the pain and healed lit without A scar Also heals all wounds and sores 25c at C J Haydon druggist Tells a Pitiful Sttry fIrs Effie Johnson who was recently deserted by her husband R M Johnson who had charge of the Baritese mine near Hubble told a plaintive story asshe passed through ibit city en route to Chattanooga yes torday Ensconsed in avhappy little home at Hubble in love with her husband and feeling that she had everything in the world to live for she awoke one morning not long since to hndv every cent she bad gone and a note from her husband pinned to the iloor saying Im gone A day or two previous to her bus bands disappearance she had permitted him to mortgage her piano to a Lancaster party for 113 For aWhlliLjK waitedi hoping the busbaa would return Ii but days and week have I passed without any word from the missing man and the brave jrj to secure employmentrnnvIl- lAocate tatTciitkiit cmiwafc tiLkill QM 1411s4 Coflf k C1Ire tWt ttcicliaff in tkc tkWit is coac It acts ta UM tbrgetot the itovKch Hsrasgoo4 for chU i 8oIbysftttgiits f 4GPoncl Ho SoRt tA aroiBdkof Hwd out te tie woods aillC IDC hey whit says th Wtheriaran 5ge isj aid In aopae jlf1hQ 5lbev hejr the WOMhSruteau lie slustered on carlcdi a beech bAftdhug Jtlre pisese pa the Weathot Bwr wi The Greuadbog stirred his LlfboieP 1 Sing lio sing heygooa mornIng Wekthcrur ijF Aid from his bole craVte tMtJttgroans Sing ho sing hey please Jbolt th- eWehf Breawl- The first thing tbeB4kat etkfe IhJr Was his big shadwWic as ifkt litjSIng guy Weather Bureau t Ciscinnatt Posi AUej JllllMfy tfaistSaturday night as Clar ence SheTv a well knpwn Qb00l gojugecher j 1 attacked by a toptpid newr Glensboro Mr Shelf was driving along the pike wha Iuddn ly a le jdarknessby too bridle at the iuue tim J firing a shot at him the b lkt passing over his shoulder adthrough the buggy top Mr fehely drew a revolver and Ired 1 at the robber who reiujg4iife fire arid put another hotertfaroigh the back of the buggy Shely then tried to fire notbrlhQt ilhorle Jbe1before1 myth the world 6 far athf t knows He belzeyes that it fl J k an attempt at rbbberyAdir son News IIdlOfllJ2rftT To cure Coristtpatf and Liver J troubles by gently moving the tclsaid aotlBff aa toni fo the liver take Little Earl Rilflr These Fasess ijibum1ftTheir Hnlversal use foriaaaYyesiW ui t tIstrong guaranteof tWir populartpSd usef fllns Sold bV all druggists j tIt Syctmtre Stn s t iHon WFF Neat ws in the t News office Friday and whili talking about large sycamorc fstated that many years ago + t Green river bottoms were lapsed for the tremendous size of this I timber On one occasion Mr Neat then a boy was fishing arid heard a noise thatexcitedS him and he went in search Of the cause To his stf rpri j hiound a cow fully 20 feet up a hollo w sycamora that had blown down and which bel6ogedkto wictot of tHat section He noticed the family and the cow was relaiisid from her perilous poeiiidni by titletuse of an ax Somtyoac bait stored some tnrailJiinJ1 Jlog and the cow went after tbni so lar that she was unable tto ut cate herself On another 0007 sion Mr Neat stattd that a djaa while cultivating his corn i tie bottom near where Mr Bbl winow lives his hprs fell into ihollow sycaMore stnmrj thtt earth having formed erea with the top ot the stuaapv aria thprt diedAdair News v of 111tfSJJil JTIM Salye that circa witOBt scar is DcWitts Witch Hazell Salv ulStBurns Bolls Braises aiM P11cc di afhk p ar before the KM ei thk fetlyle JM snow before the Viinshiae of spttiJMiSs H M Mkkfctoa Thebes 1rfis says I was 8 rioHslj afl feted with I fever sore that was very pa1ifi1 Jt Efe Witts Witch Hazel Salve cnrd m itzless tHaI a week Get the festate f Soldbyall druggists t t jJJ i AhalfcdntuaobfrjolniB- rown of this place 1I1fQ Dr Samuel MerrifiId i deceMil physician of the Iog ago and Captain John Terr UiocoiM to his home When lhf arrival he gave them a man mrthrthmt Lie had afrm the battlefield of Banker riill 0i Jhiand Dr Uerrifielld wer jK ditiii im th French Od India war TIre Doctor irti a mrg oo mwl in abook of Margiret jffol deceased jraa ibwad a j ptrv v yellow with ae with atdfplot of lb bfttfcfojfoia of ihe Thames Tbnpapor iIs Mftjrlja huudrad 7Tr okL Oap ia TeMtbkISM7SrIetlaJet Mr IIron DrfML eM Captain TMrtM opeM a wasil space oa thegrave and aaitorod tbedlrtoff the h3ttIeStieM oi BMSW Hill according to his requestBoornfleld O r tndart ij- t I iiiTT 1iii w r I I y l Ui iiw Ju 7W r1f J I S II r i II SOWERS 11 1 HI blI lIcrYjSeton t1 IIbyHARILt3LOTHR5 11 I i o kIOIzur 1 W M itafTfcK McccUeficy Tub aid T pJ t ir Iud to sell 7 hMW I tt irteicr and I canna pkw m ttttfe yfeee 01JML TIe gov aIf wilt Mp w TlMprlace Jdlia2Mt for uI He IB Peteiaberc whets he apead ii fete csi7 jMi bM food and wine 0M than Jw JNMi Bapl ted ruSmil skai ply and shoo tIi 4OSb fct L with Ike atarosta and wMt I teH 1M A great itrou teSw Hk 7 au no buha8s on his He aajr maa I will aot help you i ye h tp yovraelf You are a teqy jeo4 WotMoc Get putt HttolnttPaul went all kths1it that apt o kw mission ot feMrcy wMkovt eatliMlasm without h le m Mreapecting mankind iMt With aMpIe aesse of duty that i kto Tlia WM Ket the first time by MMriMC tkat be had gone down ate owm village insisting in n aW reedy way on cleanliness TWlfo w doctor was looked up k Ofltorao and la many neIghbor lag iHtoJM M seceed only to GOd In taut Mjgr the peasants placed him a Mw tiMir Creator They were stu J Hi tiiha KKked hapten men The Ii4octot they could see for came IB a very tangl fete IiCSeeh and blood built on a lajUft aad su1y scale He took them fcr Uteaimriiini CUd bundled them out aC their owm hoMe kicking their bed iE after them He scolded them h rated ttem and abused them He W gfct tbem food and medidce He Witralu Ute dlseasef which from j ttee to te wept over their villages Ne e M WM too Intense for him to eye hiW1d they be IB distress He a Jntl atf eey and he gave none 4 But they Myat cm his charity and they fftre wtoe eeevgli to know it P11 Alexta half KuaalaB half Eng H i vMkntood these people very CaJyHe took advantage ot itbelr JgBeraBce their simplicity their iuBfatboatable superstition He go- ft1MIII M HotJi1cr could have ruled tItHy fear aad kindness at once lIe Bartered then by his vitality the whelMOMe strength of his nature hIs l ilte periority He avoided the terrible mistake of the nihilists by treatiNg tbes w children to whom ed catioB mmt be given little by little In ftted et throwing down before then a ot dangerous knowledge whIch their minds unaccustomed to such tN too4 are incapable of digesting Pavl was a simple minded man He WM aot afraid of the Russian gov est Indeed he cultivated a fine coBteaptt for that augustbody But he ITM dtetiBCtly afraid of being found eat for that discovery could only Mam am Incontinent cessation of the ceed work which rendered his life apy The fear a being deprived of this Siatereat ia existence should certainly t have beeo lessened if not quite allay ed by the fact that a greater Inter Mt11acl been brought Into his life ia the pleasant form of a prospective wife When he was In London with Etta Sydney Bamborough he did not however forget Osterno He only longed for the time when he could take Etta freely into his confidence and engage her Interest in the object of his ambition namely to make the huge Osterno estate Into that lump of leaven which might In time leaven the whole of the empire 11 thi1khe said one morning to JBtelametz that 1 will write and tell Mrs Sydney Bamborough all about thU place I shonld not do that replied Stein met with a leisurely promptitude Why notr asked Paul On principle Never tell a woman that which is not Interesting enough io magnify Into a secret Paul turned over his newspaper He began reading again then suddenly lie looked up We are engaged to be married he ervedpolntedly But I am not going to leave off You need not fear that Only I shall have to tell my wlfe Surely a woman could help us in a thousand ways There Is such a Mot that bnly n woman understands Yes grunted Steinmetz and only the right sort of womanSJPaul looked up sharply You must leave that to me be said 1My very dear friend I leave every II thing lo you PoulsmiletLSSYou dont mow Etta he said half shyly She Is full of sympathy and pity for these people Steinmetz bowed gravely I no doubt of Ithave Audyet you say that ahe must not be told Certainly not A secret is consider- S ably strained if ft be divided between two people Stretching it to three will probably break it You can tell Her f when you are married Does she con aent to live In Osterno l Oh yes I think so At this moment the door was opened anda servant in bright livery with powdered wig silk stockings and a countenance which might have ben of wood brought In a letter on a sliver- tray SPal took the square envelope and tamed It over displaying as he did so- a cOronet in black and gold on the corner like a tamp Then he opened the letter and read It h T A fresh difficulty said lie throw- 1g the note across to his companion j ftteinawtz looked grave while he un folded the thickstationcry and read 4Dear PaulI hear you are at Osterno aa4 that the Moscow doctor jIs In your e untr We are In great distress at SThoricholera I fear The fame of your ector IHW spread to my people and they ars rl9Cfor him Can you bring or aaid Kim over r You know your room here 1l always la readlaew Come soon with the great doctor and also Herr Stelnj- MOta Ia ooinc so you will give more tkMt sere to tour old friend CATRINA LANOVITCH P Lother la afraid to go out of oairr for fear of lafeetton She thinks riM a IKtle eoM j lUWoW the letter very care 9tff yoaaavBCJtbe seam ot it reflect tu it ferelasr aM+ j i the Hit II r IslorItume We arc starving ercclfency that the Moscow doctor has left But then by doing that we leave these poor devils to die in theirsties Ca trina cannot manage them They are worse than our people Whatever is the best He to tell hurst in Paul as we seem to live in an atmosphere of them I must go to Thors that Is quite certain And Cabin will find you out onceWhy atI JeanIedl In the great fireplaceS Because she loves you be std shortly There is no coming the Mos cow doctor over her Paul laughed rather awkwardly He was one of the few men daily grow lug fawer who hold that a woman8 love is not a thing to be tossed lightly about in convematlonSThen he began speaking rather quickly as if af mid that Stelumetz heawendIedmust not see mer that Is all Steinmetz reflected again He was unusually grave over this matter One would scarcely have taken this stout German for a person of any sentiment whatever Nevertheless he would Lave liked Paul to marry Catrina tan ovItch in preference to Etta Sydney Bamborough merely because be thought that the former loved him while he felt sure that the latter did t not He keenly suspected that she was marrying Paul for his money for the worldIe must place dearly before ourselves the risks that we are running before we Come to any decision For you the risk is simply that of unofficial banish ment They can hardly send you to Siberia because you are half an Eng lishman and that Impertinent country has a habit of getting up and shout ing when her sons are Interfered with But they can easily make Russia Im possible for you They can do you more harm than you think They can do these poor devils of peasants of yours more harm than we can comfortably contemplate As for me he paused and shrugged his great shoul dersIt means Sberla Already I am a suspect a persona non graIn 1 do not see how we can refuse to help Catrina said Paul in a voice which Stelumetz seemed to know for he suddenly gave iln As you wIiIlte said Hesat up and drawing n small table toward him took up n pen reflectively scienceWhen Stein metz read italoud My Dear Catrln The Moscow doctor Thorslbylag aboUt an hour la the village If you will Jdndly advise the starosta to be ready for us As our time is Jlmlted and we nre much needed In Osterno we shall have to deprive ourselves of the pleasure of call ing at the castle The prince sends kind remembrances and proposes riding over to Thorn to aail himself of your proffered hospitality In a day or two With saluta tions to the countess yourold friend KARL STEINMETZ Stcinmetz laughed ns he folded the letter He rose and went to the door I will send it off he snlc1He paused on the threshold and looked back gravely Do not forgot he added that Catrina Lanovitch loves you CHAPTER XI B ELOW the windows of a longI low stone house in its archII torture remarkably like a t9rtlIifled farm below these deep brasured windows the river Oster mumbled softly One of the windows was wide open and with the voice of the water a wonderful music rolled out to mingle rtnd lose itself In the hum of the pine woods A girl was alone Jn the room The presence of any one would have si lenced something tuat was throbbing at the back of the chords Quite sud denly she stopppd She knew how to play the quaint last notes She knew something that no master had ever taught her She swung rqund oil the stool and faced the light It was afteraoon an autumn afternoon in Russia and the pink light made the very best of a face which was not beautiful at all never ould be beautif ulra face about wjilch iven the owner a woman could Jiave no possible illusion It was broad and powerful with eyes too far apartiforc lend too broad and low jaw tao heavy Jiouth too determined The eyes were ilmond shaped and slightly Sloping lowuward and inward deep passion ate blue eyes set in a Mongolian head The girl was evidently listening She glanced at a little golden clock on the mantelpiece and then at the open win dovShe rose she was short and somewhat broadly built and went to the window He will be buck she said to her twit in a few minutes now She raised her hand to her fore heIldIand pressed back her hair with tIe movement of impatience express jnlfertapa of a great suspense She itoM SilT aniramlhg on the window let a ew momenta then with a quick little sigh she went i acK to me piano As she moved site gave a jerk of the head from time to Umeas schoolgirls who have too much hair are wont to do The reason of tills nervouS movement was a wondrous plait of gold reaching far below her waist Catrina Lanovltch almost wor shlped her own hair She knew without any doubt thnt not one woman in ten thousand could rival her in this feminine giorykcw It as indubitably as she knew that she was plain All her femininity seemed to be concentrated aUher vanity centered on herhfllr It was her pride perhaps her one hope Women have been loved for their voices Catrfnaa voice was mu steal enough but it was deep and strong It was passionate tender she wished fascinating but it yyia not lovable If the voice may win love why not the hair Catrina despised all men but one That one she worshiped She lived night and day with one great desire beside which heaven and lieU were mere words Neither the hope of thQI one non the fear of the other In any way touched or aCectcd her desire She wanted to make Paul Alexis love her and womanlike she clung to the lone womanly charm that was hers the wonderful golden hair Suddenly she stopped playing and leaped to her feet She dill not go b the window but stood listening beside the piano The beat of a horses hoofs- on the narrow roan was distinctly au dible hollow and sodden as is the nenrIeI thought he might have come site whispered and she sat down breath lessly When the servant came Into theI room a few mlputes later Catriiiawas at the pianoSA letter mademoiselle said time maid Lay it on the table answered Ca trina without looking round She was playing the closing bars of a uoctune She rose slowly turned and seized this letter as n starving man seizes food There was something almost wolflike in her eyes she exclaimed reading ISteinmetz Stelnmetzt Ohwhy wont he write to me tore open the letter read It anti IShe holding It in her hand looking the trackless pine woods with absorbed speculative eyes The sun had just set The farthest ridge of pine trees stood out like the teeth of a saw in black relief on the rosy sky Catri na Lanovltch watched the rosiness fade Into pearly graySThors lay groaning under the scourge of cholera nndkthe Countess Lanovltch shut herself within her stone walls shivering with fear begging her daughter to return to St Petersburg- It was nedrly dark when Karl Stein metz and the Moscow doctor rode into the little village to find the starosta a simple Russian farmer awaiting them Stcinmetz knew the man and immediately took command of the situation with that unquestioned sense of nu thority which in Russia places the bnrlnon much the same footing as that taken by the AngloIndian In nn eastern empire Now starostn he snlduwe have only an hour to spend In Thors This is the Moscow doctor If you listen to what he tells you you will soon have no sickness in the village The worst houses first and quickly You need not be afraid but If you do not care to come in you may stay outside As they walked down the straggling village street the Moscow doctor told the starosta Jn no measured terms as- was his wont wherein lay the heart of the sickness Here as In Osteruo dirt and neglect were at tie base of all the t troubleSThe starqsta prudently remained out side the first house to which he intro duced the visitors Paul went fearless ly In while Steinmetz stood in the doorway holding open the door As he was standing there ho perceiv ed a flickering light approaching him The light was evidently that of an or dinary band lantern anti from the swinging motion it was easy to divine that It was being carried by some one who was walking quickly Who Is this asked Steinmetz It is likely to be the Countess Ca trina excellencySDoes she visit the cottages asked Steinmetz S1mniplVSShe does God lie with her She has no fcaV She Is an angel Without her we should all be dead She wont visit this If I can help It muttered Steinmetz The light flickered along the road toward them In the course of a few minutes It fell on the stricken cottage on the starosta standing In the road doorwaysF asked n voce deep mid musical In tbe dark nesLIAt your command answered SteIn met without movingSCatrina came up to him She was clad In a long dark cloak a dark hatS and wore no gloves She brOfght whither a clean aromatic odor of disin fectants She carried the lantern herself while behind her walked n man servant In livery with n large basket in cither hand Is good of you she snld to IIt to us Inojr need nlsa to per the good doctor to come with you May I go In Iahe looked up at him expecting him step aside and allow her to pass into cottage but Steinmetz stood quite 110 looking downnt her with his smile lIe did not move I think not This Moscow man Is eccentric lie likes to do good Sub rosa He prefers to be alone Catrlua tried to look Into the cot tage but Karl Stelumetz as we know was fttt and fllled up the whole door waySThere was a little pause From the Interior of the cottage came the mur mureJ gratitude of tile peasants bro ken nl tithes by a wall of zigouythe wall of n man It Is nit a pleasiiut 1aul1 to hear Catrina heard it and It twisted tier plain strong face In a sud den spasm of sympathy Again she made an Impatient little movementLet go In she urged I may be able to helpSthisL moment Steinmetz was IAt aside from within and a hulk lug young man staggered out into the road propelled from behind with con slderable vigor After him came aI shower of clothes and bedding spJutterlngful CatrinatSBjJt Catrina had slipped past him tn an Instant he had caught her by the wristSCome back he cried You must not go In there She was Just over the threshold You have some reason for keeping me out she returned wriggling in tits itrong grasp I wJUI will mm ci twsc see wrencnea nerseir fre0 and went Into the dimly lighted roomAlmost immediately she gave a mocking JaughoJPaul she said For a moment there was silence in the hovel broken only by the wall of the dying man in the corner Paul and Catrina faced each other she white and suddenly breathless he halt frown ing But he did not meet her eyes Paul she said again what did you do this for Why are you here Oh wily are you in this wretched placebBecause you tent for me he answered quietly Come let us go out I have finished here That man will die There Iis nothing more to be done for him You must notstay in here Stelumetz lingered behind to give some last instructions leaving Paul and Catrina to walk on down the nar row street alone How long have you been doing this asked Carrlna suddenly She did not look toward him but straight in front at herSFor same years now he replied simply He lingered Ho was waiting for Steinmctz who always rose to such emergencies whq understood secrets and how to seethe them when they seemed already lost Catrina walked oil in silence She was not looking at the matter from his point of view at nIl Of cburse she said nt length of course Paul I admire you for it Im Tou must iwt in there1 I jmensely It lis just like you to goaud do the thing quietly and say nothing about It but oh you must go away from here IIIt Is too horrible to think of your running such risks Rath er let them all die like files titan that You mustnt do It You mustnt She spokcln English hurriedly with a little break in her voice which he did not understanilSWith ordinary precautions the risk Is very small hcssad practically Yes But do jpn take ordinary pre cautions Are you sure you are all right now Site stopped They were quite alone in the ono silent street of the stricken village She looked up into his face Her hands were running over the breast of the tottercd coat he wore It was lamentably obvious even to him that she loved him In her anxiety sIte either did not know what she was do- Ing or she dd not care whether he knew or not Are you sure are you sure you have not tjikcu It she whispered He walked on almost roughly 0h yes quite he said I will not allow you to go into anymore houses In Thora I mnotI will not Oh Paul you dont know If you do I will toll thorn all who you mire and anti tIle government will stop you Whet would he the good of that said Paul awkwardly Of course Catrina went on with a sudden anger which surprised herself I cannot stop you from doing this nt Osterno though I think It ia wicked WutI can prevent you from doing It here jmd I certainly shall shrugged Ills shoulders IPaul you like he saul I thought nlore about tIm peasants II do not care a Jot about the pens site answeredants passionately as compared It Is jou I am thinking about not them I think you are self ish and cruel to your trrll1I1ll Lll Run Down 0 HIS is a common expres sion we hear on every side Unless there is iome organic trouble the con dition can doubtless remedied Yotr doctor is the best adviser Do not dose yourself with all remediesIyou need a concentrated fat food to enrich your blood and tone up the system- Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is just sucha food in its best form It will buildup the weakened and wastcd body when ali other foods fail 1to nourish II you are run down or emaciated give it a trial it cannot hurl you sjList essentially the best possible nourishment for delicate children and pale anaemic girls We will send you a sample free Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrapperof every bottle of Emu Ion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Ghcmbb 409 Pearl Street New York 5Oc dfl M DnmqjU Sa J jt ater mature cofcjmcrnjK said Paul I tried paying another man but he jshlrkejd his work and showed the white feather so Stein metz and I concluded that thee was nothing to be done but do our dirty work ourselves i And that Is why you have been o fond of ofterno tlie last two years she asked Innocently Yesi4 he answered falling into the trap J Catrina winced One does not wince the less because the pain is expected Only that she inquired Paul glanced at her hYC he answered quietly walked on Ip silence for a few Paul seemed tacitly to have 11hey the idea of visiting any more stricken co ttages They were going toward the long old hQU5ewhlch was called the castle more by courtesy than by right- How long are y m goipg to in osterno asked C trlo ant length About a fortnight I cannot stay longer I am golnglto be married Catrina stopped fjhort She stood for a moment looking jat the ground with a sort of wonder iq her eyes not pleas ant to see Then she walked on I congratulate you she said only hope she will make you happy She is beautiful I suppose Yes answered Paul simply The girl nodded her head What is her name Etta Sydney Bamboroiigh Catrina had evidently never heard the name before It conveyed nothing to her Womanlike she went back to her first question What Is she like Paul hesitatedSTall I suppose suggested the stunned woman at his side uC9 4 And graceful yirIIasbinajj said the girl hln singularly even und emotion less voice Perhaps yo a never noticed Not particularly answered Paul Catrina was unaware of the thought of murder that was In her ovn heart Nevertheless the desire indefinite shapeless was there to kill this wo milan who was tall and beautiful whom Paul Alexis loved It must be remembere in extenuation that Catrina Lanovi ch had lived nearly all her life In the province of Tver She was not mode n at all De prived of the advantages of our enlightened society press without the benefit of our decadent tional litera ture vSho had lamentably narrow views of life Site only knew that she loved Paul and that what she wanted was Pauls love to go with her all through her life She was not self analytical nor subtle nor given to thinking about her own thoughts Perhaps she was old fashioned enough to be romantic Catrinn hated Etta Sydney Bambor ough with a simple half barbaric ha red because she had gained the love of Paul Alexis Etta had taken away trout her the only man whom Catrina could ever love till through her life The unsopitisticatIpromise Site never for a moment en tertained the cheap consolatory thought that In time she would get over it site vtoiild marry somebody else and mane that compromise which Is responsible for more misery in this world than ever IslceWhere does she live asked Ca trjna In London I wonder said Catrina halt to herself whether she loves you t Itwas a question but not one that a mail can answer Paul sald nothing but walked gravely on by the side of thus wpirian who knew that even If Etta Sydney Bamborough should try she could never love him ns she her self did When Karl Steinmetz joined them they were silentSI supifofe he said In English that we may rely upon the dlscretiouof the Frauleiu Catrina Yes answered the girl You may so far an Osterno is concerned But i would rather that you did not visit our people here It is too dangerous in several ways Ah murmured Steinmetz Then we must bow to your decision he went on tuning toward the fall man striding along at his side Yes said Paul glmply Will you come ta the castle asked the girl And Stcinmetz by a gesture deferred thetlcclslou to Paul I think not tonight thanks11 Raid the lattir We will take jou as turns the gAte Catrina made no comment When the till gateway was reached she stop pod and they all became nwnrc of the sound of horses feet behind them What Is this askedCatrlna Only the starosta bringing our horses replied Stcinmetz He has discovered nothing Catrina notided and held out her hand Good rilglitt she said rather coldly Your secret Is smite wltfi me I CHAPTERXItS T HE Palace of Industry where with h fine sense of the fltliess of the name the Parisians nimisc themselves was In a blaze of electric light and fashion The occasion jvas the Concours Illpplquc nn ultra equine fete where the lovers of the friend of man and such persons no are fitted by an ungenerous fate with Units suitable to horsy clothes meet and bow A crowd of well dressed ineu jostled each other good uaturedly around a long table where Insolent waiters served tepid coffee and sandwiches In the midst of these as In his element moved the Baron Claude de Chnuxvllje mulling his courteous ready smile which his enemies culled a grin Not far from him staol n stout gentleman of mllule ajje with n heavy fair mustache brushed upward pn el tlier aide Thisnian had an air of dis tinction which was notable even in this assembly for there were many distinguished people prescut and a Frenchman of note plays his part well rlle stood with his hands behlhd his back looking gravely on at the social festivity He bowed end raised his hat to many but he entered Into conversa tion witlr hone This Vassili Is a dangerous man he heard more than once whispered SNow if a very keen observer had taken the trouble to Ignore time throng and watch two persons only that ob server might liavq discovered the fact that Clnmle de Chauxvllle wns slowly and purposely tanking his way toward he called VasSHl- De Chauxvlllc knew and was It many He had but recently ImowllJ flWl t OMPTJ Tie fjWf h tit1uf t TTTocilire A a Cold in One DOy1 ktsIScvtaMMoH karat soW ia put 12 ats 11iI kigine1 upon ti snaKe uuuus witn uiia one nai that Se went from one to the other and each change pt position brought him iijjare to thfe middle aged man with lipturned mustache upon whom his movement were by no means lost Finally De Chauxville bumped against the object of his quest poss bly indeed the object of his presence He turned with a ready apology uAh lIe exclaimed the very man I was desiring to see The Individual known as this Vas slll a term of mingled contempt and distrust bowed very low He was a plain oommoner while his interlocutor was a baron The knowledge of this was subtly conveyed In his bow How cnu I serve M Ie Baron he inquired in a voice wiilch was natural ly loud and strong but had been reduced by careful training to a tone in audible at the distance of a few paces By following me to the Cafe ron tale In ten minutes answered De Chauxvllle passing on to greet a lady who was bowing to him with the la bored grace of itParIslenneSVnsslll merely bowed and stood up- rIght again There was something in his attitude of quiet attention of unobtrusive scrutiny and retiring intelli gence vaguely suggestive of the police something which his friends refrain ed from mentioning to him for this Vassili was a dignified man of like susceptibilities with ourselves and just ly proud of the fact that he belonged to the diplomatic corps What peal tion he occupied in that select Corporation he never vouchsafed to define but it was known that he enjoyed con slderable emoluments while he was never culled upon to represent his country or his emperor in any official en pacity He wits attached be said to the Russian embassy His enemies called him a spy In ten minutes Claude de Chauxvllle left the Concoura Hlppiquc At the Cafe Tantale not In the gar den for it was winter but in the in ner roomrhe found the man called Yassili consuming a pensive and solitary glass of liqueur De iChauxvillei sat down stated his requirements toithe waiter in a single word and offered his companion a cig arette which Vassili accepted with the consciousness that It came from a cor on ted case rt am rather thinking of visiting Russia said tlie Frenchman 4 I Again added Vassili In ibis quiet voice And Ie Baron wants a pas port S- Andf more answered De Chaux yule I vnnt what you hate parting withInformationS The man called Vassili leaned back In his chair with a little smile It was an odd little smile which fell over his completelyIhldClaude de Chauxvilles tricks of speech and manner fell here on barren ground The Frenchmans epigrams his math od of conveying his meaning in n non couimlttlng and Impersonal generality failed to Impress this hearer Then said Vassili if I under stand M le Baron aright it is a ques tion of private and personal Affairs that suggests this journey tonus IIlapo Precisely Sin no sense a mission suggested the other sipping his liqueur thoughtfully In no sense a mission I give you a proof I have bpen granted six months leave of absence as you probably kiltiwPrecisolyso When a military offi cer Is granted a six months leave itis exactly then that we watch him And you want a p9sportSYes a special one I will see W lat I can do1 Thank youf VassIIUemptlpdhis glass drew in his feet and glancjdat the clock But tl at Is all I want said De Cbalpvllle rot iSo I perceiveSI want you to tell me what you know of Prince Pavlo Alexis PrInce Pavlo Alexis sOld Vassili lsa young mjtn who tnkes a full and daring advantage of his peculiar poste tlbn He dtiies many laws in a quiet persistent way which Impresses the smaller authorities and ton certain extent paralyzes thQm He was In thc Charity Icague decply implicated He tad a narrow escape He was pulled through by the cleverest man In Rus sia SKarl St tinmnetzSYes answered Vassili behind the rigid smile I art Stclnmetz Prince Paul Is about to marrythe widow of Sydney Bamborougb Sydney Bninborough repeated Vim sill muslhglyV with a perfect expres sion of Innocence his well cut face I have heard that name bjefore CHATTER XIII 10I N tile Eijgllsh quay of St Pe houselshDUsc and wat Iild for here dwelt Stepan Lanovltdh secretary and or ganzer of the uhsjrlty league Tllq Counters Jnuovltch belonged to the school cxstng In Petersburg and Moscow In time darly years of the ecu tury the stbboj that did sat speak Russian but only French that chose to class the peasants with the beasts of the Held hnt apparently expecte the delug to follow soon Her drawlngfroom tanking out on to the Neva was In racier stle 0 t herself Camellias held tlie floral honors In s1 and pot The rench novel ruled supreme on thejslde table The room was too hot the pluiirs were too soft the moral atmosphere too lax One coudl tell that this jwis the dwelling room of u lazy self indulgent and probably nornut woman The countess herself In nowtse con tradfcted this conclusion She was seated on a very low chair exposing a slippered foofl to the flame Of n wOod fire She held 4 magazine In her hand and yawned ai she turned Its pages She was not sd stout In person as Uer loose and somewhat highly colored cheeks would lmpljv Her eyes were dull and sleepTbe woman was an incarnate yawn She looked up turmiinglazliy in her chair to note ihe darkening of the air without the double windows Ah rhe said aloud to herself in French when will It be tea timer As she spole the words the bells of a sleigh suddenly stopped with a rattle beneath theWlndow Immediately tbej countess rose and went to the jmlrrpr over the mantelpiece Sho arranged without eathur lasm her stragiing hair aad pttt a V I Riijl T ti- MEtTMMETL0 F1 COX frCO Pripts d 1 1 I Itt I I 1I r- SI The very choicestmeafcon hand at all time asS we kifl only the best We are in the market at all time8fbri t fw fat beeves beef Slid sheep hides tallow and good butter S1 8 5 g telephone 95 SPRINGFIELD KY g JOHN SHUCK MCELROYG 0 WHLRT0 + Mcllroylfr Wharton l Insuranee 4 Real Estate Aglltsg 1 4flJi fFIfeJ Life ana Tornado IlusuwiMsi l f t fil H Land Sold 01 loniinissiCD rv t t r7 J rOffice over BankS Phon42t r 1 Tile First Natiovul Bank II- r SPRINGFIELD KY I1i 0 Gapilal S3OOOO vV s Surplus and Profits I 1 5 OFFICERS B L Litsey President John W Lewis VicePresident JA McElroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant Cashier REJ il t tFoster S DiRECTQRS B L Litsey J W Lewis Sidney Green F MrCaliip J 4J bell RH EdelenH M GrundyJohn O Polin 82 j I ness respertfully solicited q QSj straight a lace cap which was chronically crooked She looked at her re flecflon gessUnlstlttlly as well she might It was the puffs red face of a middle aged woman given to petty self indulgence Ii While she was engaged in this dis couraging pastime the door was open ed and a maid came in M Steinmetz is even now taking off hIs furs in the4aJfsnld the maid It is well Wesnall want teV- Stciumctz came into the room with an exaggerated bow and a twinkle in his melancholy eyes Figure to yourself my dear Stein luetz said the countess vivaciously VCatrina has gone outon a day like this Mon Dieu How gray how mel ancholy What news have you I came for yours countess You are always amusing as well as beautiful Le added with his mouth well con trolled beneath the heavy mustache The countess shook her head lilay fully which had the effect of tilting cap to oneside IterI Oh I have nothing to tell you I am a nun What can one do what can one hear in Petersburg Now In Paris it is different But Catrina ia so firm Have you ever noticed that Stein mctzrCatrinas firmness I mean She Wills a thing and her will Is like a rack The thing has to be done It does itself It comes to pass Some Ipeople are so Now 1 my dear Stein meta only desire peace and quiet 1 give in I gave into poor Stepan And now he iIs cxiieJ Perhaps if I had ilicen firm if I had forbidden all this nonsense about charity it would have been different And Stepan would have leeii quietly at home Instead of Tomsk is It or Tobolsk I always forget which Well Catrina says we must live In Petersburg this winter iud here we are- Steinmetz shrugged his shoulders with a commiserating smile Ho took the countess troubles indifferently as do the rest of us when our neighbors burden docs not drag upon our own shoulders It suited him that Catrina should be in Petersburg and it is to be feared that the feelings of the Countess Lunovitch hind no weight as against the convenience of Karl Stein mea Ah well he said you must con sole yourself with the thought that Pe tersburg is the brighter for some of us Who Is this another visitor The door Wits thrown open and XJlaude dc Chauxville walked into the roam with the easy 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amd arrive at Louisyille 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville atl 730 am Bardstowo Junction fl30 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives Springfield 1240 pm No44Leaves Springfield i La 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Ju notion 435 pm rrivef at Louisville 545 pm lNo 90 Sunday only Leaves oSprn tilldtat7sl5 am Bards town 8 ai BarSM9Wn Junct10- n845am arric at LouisvillC 935 aID t No lrPdays only LeaeI LOaisvi11at6i1n Bardstown Jiwtio 850 pm Bard town t 785 p arrive at Springfield 825pia t tft SlIe J5ixyearIoW Aiasod Ie year old jack ltr atber in forsttioa addreM r H Hill TF D No i3p4iigld K r On ot Kiaf PjripijMla TaMfta fteseUngvt Wycaeat- 1tt btet lldjgsitthelltkyoU H t Ion JtftftfUL MMC r mod Wsk B Ut Pbarmaer i t I t rUllllllllllNiI I TOWN jIaooo iiHW MHiH Lc l Haptmtlns of Inttresf i TIle FrslMt and Latttt i I I AM Abut Ifottffttlf FtitmU II awl 4cq atotai cM j 111 r i IfffftlPH FreBh oytiers tt Carpenters l batcher shop Fresh fish and oysters ever Pnday at J L Shadtrs Wfhave the pure iaiaple syrup I Hagan Bros Heinzs sweet andjsour pickles forale ic bulk at Hagan Brosr Good salisage ground fresh very day at Carpenters meat j smarketFOR RENT Two Rooms on j second floor Feotdes Deposit aikBuilding Fire furhished gWANTEDTOgood locust posts Luthsr A Burns I bandit only the choiest meat nd will give you any put you all for Carpenterjthe bucther o wCandishes The finest ever rouht to town Raga Brosp I have 100 bushels of good or tohardAn 4Wa A Clements FOR SALE Two good three in year old jacks G eo W Fenwick For Sale 100 bushels of first ass orchard grass seed Tele hone in home RB Cregorfc We will have on shortly a new sineor wedding presents and cafd patty souvenirs Hagan Bros Heiozs apple butter preserved a ine apple strawberries and in bulk are the best For sale oy Hagan Bros the grocers The new firm of Hardin Weakly Cotis ready to do tin Cworkprices Work fully guaranteed to ive satisfaction If you want best beef that is t killed by Swift Co go to FT ox Co the local butchers o Co also handle osters fisti and dried beef e i If you have rodfingto do or a plumbing job to put in let us iave Io a chance at it You will be leased at our price and with oura work Hardin Weakly Con We lead as reliable grocers eanse we keep and sell onlyD mheatapleandephone us your watt Hagan BrosS The sleet and snoW of the past week or so has made the streetsh nd roads as slick as glass and the young people with their sleds and skates have teen hav ing great fun By special request the gallery ill be to white peopleonly 11foreld colored public school Feb 10th and 11th Admission 5 and 20c Children lOcr WAnTEDTo give Wa 5000 IEtedIE y or money refunded A B Walker Highland View Stock Ifarm R toiFDNo1 Wharton Tapp soRt to Mr John Offutt of Nelson icounty a good 5yearoldhorse for 1651 R E Foster sold to ALLitsey1 gentle family horse for 651 J R Claybrooke Jr bought a Harrodsburg last Monday a good ttpair Of mules for f270 SylvAftter Smith Son bought this week of George Cocanougn er of the Texas neighborhood his fine five year old Jack pay atingtaere for 1500 This is on of the finest jacks In the county aid Messrs Smith will doub I M do well with it this season rIGroundstble 1HavyOu taken advantage orIfI our Big Three offers The News Leader the Southern jAgricriltu nat and the Weekly Louisville Herald one year 120 or the NewsLeitder Southern Agricul tairist and the Weekly Courier Journal one year for 140 The offers are Open for limited time cly i We are proud of our country correspondente this week They cover the couiyvery effective ITOI MM MII ly and make a big demand on our Space We realize that the sews from county correspond nts is one of the best features of a paper and we want the good wor kkept upIf necessary we will add another page to the News Leader to accommodate them Wharton 4 Tapp the local verymen are to have a combination sale of horses mules and jacks on Feb 17th ut their in Springfield Already quite a number of animals have been entered for sale and more are being solicited This is a good opportunity for persons having horsed to dispose of to et a good price for them At a regular meeting of the city council held Tuesday even ing an ordinance was passed re quiring a license of 10 a yearn all butcher shops and ot hers ho wish to sellmeatlnlesse quantity than quarters in the town limits This does not ape ly to farmers who sell Back bone spare ribs and other meat groceries fart hog killing time ordinance was also passed regulating the sale of fire works the town limits Mrs Kate Williams met with quite a serious accident on blast Monday night while coasting onJ Walnut street with some young lks Mrs Williams was onn1 sled which was gOing at a rapid clip The sled veered to one de of the road and Mrs Wil liams thinking it was about to run off the track dropped off be hind and caughtHher foot in such manner as to break he small bone in the leg just above the ankle The injury is quite seri Jv1rstWilliams perhaps for severalweeks- IayrcukeOffNtt A quiet but pretty wedding was that which united in marriage at the home of the bride atI his place yesterday at 1230 oclock Miss Jennie D Olay oflivery in a blue traveling suit with hat to match and carrying a bunch f Brides roses There were no attendants and only the immedi te relatives were present to wit ess the ceremony Rev W H Williams of the Springfield Bap ist church performed the cere ony The happy couple took carriage for Lebanon immediately after the ceremony where they caught a train for the outh They expect to visit New Orleans and other Southern cities before returning to their- andsome country home nearIBloomfield The bride is daughters Springfields while most Mr charmingI splendid young citizen county and possesses a handsome farm home to which he will take is bride DMInStI tills News was received by relatives here this week of the death in beccaIJanuary 28t hMrs Robinson was born in Springfield March il KRYPTOK iD =8IUItU THE ONLY INVII9iB BIFOCAL Doesnt make you look so old For Sale at ED lip RUSSELLS Store Springfield KyI 5th 1833 atid was a daughter ofi the late David H Spears a plo 1married1 St Louis Feburary 16th 1862 and went to that city to live Mrs Robinson had visited her old home since moving away several times and is well remembered by the people here She was a sis ter of Mr WB Spears of this place and of the late Mrs Abbie Muratta Mrs G D Duocac MissAnnie Murattl1 and Mrs A C Kimball of this place are her neices Mrs Robinson is survi ved by a son AV S Robinson of St Louis and a daughter Mrs Eton Wilson of Moterly Mo besides two brothers W B Spars of this place and 4acV Spears of S5 Louis and two sisters MrsrM L Ball of Ft Madison Iowa and Mrs Martha Clarke of St Louis COAL REDUCED In order towind up last years business we will offer all coal on hand at fourteen centscash One cent added for delivery in town We guarantee our coal to be firstclass and free of dust Per sons indebted to us are requested to call and settle at once Allen Jones Public Sale The sale of household aridt kitchen furniture will positively take place at our home on East High street on next Saturday Feb 11th beginning at 2 oclock Ellen OGara City Ordinances At a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Springfield held at the regular meeting place Feb 7 the follow ing ordinance was passed The City Council of the City of Springfield Kentucky do or dain as follows Sec 1 That it shall be unlaw ful for any person corporation or company to sell within the corporate limits of the city of Springfield Ky any firecrack ers bombs dynamite canes or other explosives commonly known and designated as firfe works except roman candles sky rockets and small pack shooting crackers commonly known as squibs without first having obtained from the city clerk of said city license so to do said license shall be issued by the city clerk and the fee therefor shall be 5000 per annum and no such li cense shall be issued for less than one year Sec 2 Any person corpora tion or company who shall sell within he corporate limits of the city of Springfield Ky any firecrackers dynamitecane or other explosives commonly known and designated as fireworks except roman candles sky rockets and small pack shooting crackers commonly known as squibs with out first having obtained license so to do shall bo fined not less than ten nor more than one hundred dollars for each offense and each sale made without license first obtained as aforesaid shall constitute a separate offense un der this ordinance Sec 3 It shall be unlawful for any person to shoot any cannon gun or pistol loaded with powder within the limits of said fity ex cept in defense of himself or his property each person so offend ing shall he fined for each offense I 44 ITBASY tL1Xoseewhy Trade has doubled ttOuPeople have found that we will not sell tI l 1cheap adulterated drugs That our X treatment is generous JIn filling pre scriptions we tealize that in most cases 1 4 life depend upon the material which is put in them and that we should and a do give them just what the doctor X calls for I kx s i i 4 Substitution is Prohibited in our Store I I I II Ask your Physician about it I HAYDONS 1 Established 1883 PHARMACY iJ jWfc j and Patrons h- A to 5- After being out of Itthe j Grocery business lot more V itlCth llyear I have deterP t ined iQretun totpe field and have opened at my oldIIV L Cstand on ftlainstr etadjoin3i- ng the Peoples Bank withwj entire new stock ofcan C SELECT GROCERIES 55- C C Having been engaged in the j b business for long a tIme hie3j Ic am well acquainted with the e needs of the housekeepers A rc of the town and co ntyandceA cehavelaidinastockofstaple and fancy groceries which IsiC believe win please themIA cordial invitation is ex A C tended to all to call and ex Jllion C amine my stock and when V e you need anything in my J Ida A line call J ofCC Thanking all for past pat 5I c ronageand soliciting share A 2 for the future I am A who T T land I Very Respectfully J- i JOHN C SHADER 3 C WANTED 100000 RIIMINKAnd other raw furs at extremly high LepricesAE BURKHAUDT INTERNATIONAL FUR MERCHANT l CINCINNATIOIIIO- ha not less than one nor more than twentydollarsweSec 4 It shal be unlawful for any person to shoot off or fire any anvil loaded with powder or fire or explode any cracker or Saromanother explosive commonly known as fireworks or build a bonfire ant or throw fire balls or cause or near assist or aid the same to be done on any of the streets or alley or on across any of the streets or alleys Ivan of said city or cause aid or assist the same to be done on any of and the streets or alleys of said city viand each and every person so of fending shall for each offense be tofinednottithan5tS J SMOCK Mayor Copy attest O F WHARTON Cl rk last At a regular meeting jf the Ckj coCouncilplace Feb 7th the following ordiJnancewas a optedIBe ordained bythe City Council of JThatretail within the city limits any beefSpork or other meat in less quantities than quarters they shall pay an an ednualProvided that farmon may sell to angroceryrnenand other offal at hogkilling time S J SMOCK Mayor Copy attestO FWIIAUTON Clerk the our PERaUN AL Mrs Eliza Cain Is quite sick Mrs C XMcChord is In Louisville fathisC W Hagan and J J McCabe were to in Louisville the firSt of the week Mr J RClaybrooke was a visitor s1 suwithoff Robrirt RoBards Is quite sick withthj typhoid fever at Dr RoBards home u9brookeday i Mrs WillHagnn has returned from Adalrville where she visited her inmotherMrs J B ftoBards Sr Is expectedan from Hendcrsortvllle the latterl parttta of the weekca1Miss Florence Hamilton of Freder YOUr Ickstown Is a guest of her sister Mrs John L Barr paid Irvin Shuck who has been in New York City Is here tj visit his aunt Mrs C R McEiroy Miss Lydia McEiroy is confined to her home with a sprained ankle whichal she sustained while coastingaMr Jams McClure has returned at from Nelson county where he was becalled by the death of his brother Dr Richard RoBards who has been practicing medicine at Gravel Switch for the past two years has located at Athertonville t Mr Georirc E Medley who has been confined to his home fur some time is improving and hopes to soon be able to be out again Miss Faijnle Smith will entertain tthe euchre club at her home this a evening The club met on last Thurs day with Miss Eddie Shader Miss Margaret McChord is quIteL sick in Louisville and is to unde surgical operation for a serious ear trouble Mr aadMrs G C Mc n Chord her father and mother are with her Mr J B Hays of the Maple Hill neighborhood was in town Mondayl Capt Hays iis one of Washington countys oldest and most substantial farmercitizens and Is still an active and progressive citizen li Mr J A Johnson qf Lebanon svho has had charge of the hoe ment in Putnam Crs departS bought a farm near i Canary this Rpltit Mr Johnson is on the road now as i ta mme traveler for ashoe hens c PaulJ Booker who has been JnI jxto Infirmary a month an after having bronchial pneumonia and then an abscess in the lung followed by pieurjtca is convalescent and hopesI be able to leave the Inflrmart soon and a little later return to Spring field i fLieute in Sunday from St Louis where hehas just been released from dnty with the Jefferson Guards at the Exposition grounds ieut Ree will rest here for about days at the end of which time he ill either go to the Panama canal or back to his regiment in North Dakota Mrs M W Hyatt was hostess to eighteejn yOung ladles last Friday af ternoon in honor bf Miss Jennie Clay ooke Tbejspeclal feature was a parcel shower whch was a verit ble shower of beautiful presents of fancy work silverware cutglass and t vorious ornamental and useful delicious lunch was served articlesI athiiflg hostess whbwas entertaining by her beautifulyoung fIi f as bookkeeper for Grundy ybrooke Mclntire and left MonI morning for Louisville to accept 4 position with the George G Fetter inting Co Will Wharton is one the most deservedly popular young en of Springfield aridhe will be greatly missed in business social and church circles He is onie of the kind will succeed in all he undertake his many frieddsb re wish him abundant uccess in his new position ralliam Springs 4 c L Born to the wife of Marion hines afine boy Mrs W N Keeling is some tter at this writing Wiofield Lawson moved to xngton last week verylNearly everybody abound here s or has had la grippe Mr snas Burkhead andwife re in your town lat Monday shopping Mr Newt Dennis commenced 4 putting up ice for the hotel turday George Royalty of the Pleas Hill neighborhoCldlhasmoved Ashbrcok Sqbscription school is going at Rockbridge school house Keeling teacher Messrs John flurr fUll Brown ST Hungate ar at Louis le on the U S jury4 iWinfield Lawson sold a cow Stchard Carey f r20andree hogs to JP Burkhead at cents Misses Claudia and Annie Royalty spent severa days with relatives in Anderson county week A good many sbeiep in this mmunity are sick Mr G W Shirley has lost four and Mr e Burkhead has several sick Misses Nannie and Addle Keeling attended the school ex hibiticn at the Rays Schoolhouse conducted by Mis Nannie weazey lutweek We are having an old fashion winter the ground has been covered with snow a long timed we now have a beautiful sleet to cover the snuw We werCverysorr to hear of death of the little child of beloved pastor Rev Sum mers ahd wife and we send our deepest sympathy to the bereaved ones iVIr Charles Bukheadof Brush Grove neighborhood ther of Messrs Joe and Silas Burkhead of this pla happened a very unfortunate accident While hauling some fodder theZed struc f a rock and the ddenly stopped pitching him the sled he escaped with ree broken ribs aid other in juries He has ben very bad t is now convalescent A Ur8iitcc Illrg For PIlesI Itching BUnd Blecding or Pro trod g Plies Druggists refund money sit PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure y case no matter of how long ndng lo 6 to 14 days First appli- tion gives ease and rest SOc If Druggist hasnt it send SOc in stamps and It will be forwarned post by Paris Medicin Cot 8t Louis Mo Notice m R The firm of EJ Pinfcston iCoat Litsey having dissolved persons indebted to said firm requested to comb and settle once as the old business must settled up tt- E JPmkstonCo t INoe gonettH M ONan Jr having out ofbusiness has placed his tt- accounts in my hands for c0 tion All persons knowing selves to be indebted to him JIecII please c at my office at nd settle W F Notice r4IUoc offer for sale a portion of thefarm of St ose For terms and futher particulars apply to the undersigned RevR F La apen ter t Prior The health and fragrance and strength of the great pine forest are coudenqd in Pineulesaj new discovery put up in a new way A cure for aUII Kidney Blood and Bladder Backache Lumbafo aod ever form of- beunatisns Piiaemles rid the systert of Imparitiet Sold toy BayionIIPIIar maCl tlfttt Early Riser ILU D I t rorCbappffadswi 1 t And Rough Skin I 0 USE lLU V BoroLeaii 1 L j ItiS c Soothing andRe lbigJst ttff tf thing to use after being out in cold and youll never e aunpyed t1Je1 Rough and Chapped Hands l i TRY A BOTTLEr lIIic t f i Woods Wells t d 5 t TilE DRUGGISTS 3 j jjff it J 7 riio cs Co Peoples Deposit Bank t i i t SPRINGFIELD KY ORGANIZED BECEMBER 1888 F 7 MCaplt1Surplus and Profits f20000 n f rl OFFICERSGeo D Robertson President LHThurman Vic 0Prls1 5 dent J A Boulware Cashier Chas AL McefiordSffll I AssistautCashier H CLee BookKecper t t DIRECfRSGeo D Robertson I H Thufman Wi L Graham Gr f v f L Hardon J W Satterly T Y Bilanford L ii joiPatrons enjoy every privilege usually extended byreliablel andJr t1 well equipped Banks Prospective depositors are invited to write or 4c 7 iiII call In person f 1 0 j11 IIli ililiIiliWlililil Wi viW r E speciaIsa1eoiif I- iII Boys and Girrs Hosiery r 1 10 IZI2t 15 and 20c ai r213 E 5 For the best Ribbed Hosiery possi ble toproduceat these prices Tkese S goods are special g od values null Wi f j 3 would like very much to have you try 1 a pair Our hosiery is shipped tous direct from the Mills We handle large lots and guarantee to give better r goods for your money than you wilf getelsewhere f a jOur Bargain Table pa Should interest you We hava placed ff 3 en this table somevery desirable truSr fcS chandise which we ate offering at 3 prices next to nothing fe3 1 Childrens Cloak- sI 110 At half price to close out These Cloaks r arethe newestout A k o see them E MANY OTHER BARGAINSL E Robert On BrOS i3 I 3 m1 t 9w rf EEEEDIDE e In Anticipation of a big Spring business and iin order lo close r Pt out jour stock of Winter Goods Ve wilt keAiSpebfeFr Reduced Prices Jo- qir on aU Overcbats Suits and Winter Ck 1IfJ4 These are all stilish uptodate good but dont want to carry them over tt1 ELTIRemember we have a fujljine Of BOOTS RUBBER BOOTS OVER- SHOESI which will be badly needed between now and Spring which we will sell cheap t i We re getting in a large Spring tock of WALL PAPERII j4 in many beautiful deiitni and coWrtiV wSkk 1 please bear in niind wben you lin hotacleaning We wish to fiotity our liarJ fittOll t1rspiuig bw arriyectand inviteiMiw4 rnotierieistock of j them to call odUJc a look If I Iru1liIy Gl1JtlclDtIie jaa CLii ETANDTAR flKTh MOM Koev sad Bladder lUftt J J5 7 7 7 r r T w j w r L = THtS NJ E la 1 eAOe kf r k Mrs nets Welt The Secretary jtf Agriculture has traoftsritted bil eifftfa tais1 report to tt e PredaS1i opsIg b veiI th Secretary f the r tlytbftfldtfedWa- m bretdiDf eTperfeKBU ib- sur wmied flhi4Lv- a w t Mid agatttat eaule icaisgc s torjl4ediacsion oJeDli asIn road 6aiJding the pro dvetlDa of a hardy oraefe a bId of Ute fterf Ja oranecI iy JajmissqkifQhiti VIb4 Js tJt colItllbiWil frife abrotdtb vtltttof jiitro fixing bacteria Bccessful idc ion oj plant suited to w Jijbt rainfall areas esUblisn+ t of pure food atandards 0aexiscs alalnelt red iiBa4ldalnp liDaTy Jl1Kls txd ii IV Tcroofi9O4yie a wRB greater than fvir bo Jlis rb Iatera couId from i ilat yoc ild of ihi aiagle ciop p 7 th MtioMU ltlebtJth4 inter IWloMY8r and still gdb I Irkft tO pya COD ald jjJ iisIs toIruo of tie govern jaMt j aif expenses The olto top rake for lint and 4 aXOOO comes sc Y l l onfd tl wHbtUndiBgr the wheat crop 5 lower rpduction than f iiy tear sfece 1Q0 the arm i w thti1iheiice 1881 Horse arid rnuks r reached the iHffctwt polii ihia jeacwith an rpjfatetalAi extending rf k 345000000 i thi other bands 4 1tWe ifceep and hogs all show 1j Jtfit ifcfilfHt ikcjio J lee TMIMIM1J advance in poultry 3sito Kwie akoa whin g figures erIfcki of eff sjxCait tbchigb av 7 rage Vice of the year the bees layii t pay years in teiest Of1the 11li iMal ebtf Look otfor Coeghs Colds Croup mi WkoopiCoUgl1They are dan + 6 Vfrtftu at this saon of thejrear They c rJea4t pnenaomia or consumption oacia prevent or cureall such com- plaints t WIth BeeJaxative Hotkey aIWTar an ipj roveaicnt oyer all S ItKOtIChittremedies aBdJbeatC MifkSyrap Sold by Hay J aPIIaFacy t 1S r 1 kWiis iSttrY taa j Z1f J Ktw York Selfimprisoned- Mfceri bom of foraaer wealth if sad luxtrf 11 Blushing L It v Mrs JohnRokncl Enos formerly of Pas Francisco the yourg wellJrksownafewyears ago in the 4clvbof Nw York and Phila f Wniiia has beeu found delirious1 aJMlraA A faiUifil wouin who had re Mai Miafter reverses made it MeMry to dismiss the other acryajitt gave the alarm which bro fkt eijphbora totbe scene t Tbrt docuN who were called r prooofiBced it a case df brain atervatiba and advisid thatMrs EltOf be removed at once to a K wmifjurauBi J but this could not be Mr si she was without meansjI t awl there wereno relatives to J j ailga the papers of commitment Lo of relatives by death ac pHiIed by the loss other for 9 t reipcing her from a life of 4 J xlrJL to one of poverty is t ihi tiit jo have weakened herp jl4tWben found she was de I I linotw and emaciated With all T her little strength she fough those who came to assist her 8b was found locked in a 1I1I kr eaed parlor where she had se eluded herself for nearly a week Uwithot ipod or communicat on witn any person t JTif ie9QiyearS ago as Miss Ma- Tjaa K r Peters Krs Enoswas welll known inSdnFxaucisco society k3gthe daughter of Jason Pe ft teri a diamond merchants who0 wM t once notibedof his daugh 5t vWai collapse A little more 4t v t ana year ago toe husband died Ct 1nWeaUAea in BeUeviie hospiial 7 1 h vlocieett found unconscious l4 f lit lbs street Only a few days C 1MerWr Elnos broider diedff if14 Itla hIrboae and shQrt 4r Iya1iirward her fortuse vaIt If Jr J r 4iyrqWterMsut4 fijji11tJ1M1 Wilia I Cr itaIJttf NwCst1 attoiney for r Dowlingcame to jiiburgfortie ptrpoit oi tigfossJl fifWea I5QO t the HarrodAbarf Water jj Jfe mwteyitveral dif ftceut pzpostIoiR bUt aoe of then were oqsytt 811K UIstornj tot fte city adored pcrobaae at a lair price wblte A others opposed wuaideringi ii- iproPtkit t sIt Local fln- ci er DOS pubuUi1 bond Mdr 098jUtl1l1i ad esnQtb1ngwW s beiui- hig Npa 1kr M4-I at aII- iaoouct nU tffe the r utto Lwrencebrg itfrom there to JxlsgtoaW tjfir with the other bonclhoders- aiid endeavoc to get ah understanding From IU p intof view there was one of three things to bie done for his client to Stli her bonds and get out of the Water Company muddle to fito a RuiCand force a salel that would let her out or to feorga ize the company and improve he Waterworks and comply with old continue the present contract with the city Which of these plans will ba adopted iis not known The report spread abroad h jTudgo Carroll would file a suit for a errand a sale of thepjant caused much in- tesVt but dhie suit wits not filed IDemocritti IY POSITIVE GUARANTEE Sit My CJ Hayita wha trees te le- laraYtar Mwiey If Br Carlsterisferaiaa Lim Pewtfer fails te Cure Yw QUARANTEB We h reb agree to refund the money for Dr Caristedts German 1 vr lEowder on the return of the euotv jrtUes thepurchaser stating it bag failedl to relieve and cure him cf aiiy1 othe diseases tor which it w recOmraend This guarantee covers jtbe use of a bottle or four 250 tKHles or two months treat ment Signed Dr CarlBtedt German Ltver Pow dir is a wonderful remedy ape scfiptioti used for over fifty years by an eminent German physician in bis practice both in Europe and this ofIdrgilsmildly natural are the effects of this remedy that alll Kidnoy and Liver troubles give way to perfect health Jt cares the worst casts and many have been cured who had tried every known remedy C J HAYDON can tell you all about Dr Oarlsteds German Liver Powder it has cured many of hia customers who are re commending to their fziends Better than testimonials Is the guarantee unaer which Dr Carfstedts pQermanT Liver Powder is soldjeit docs not relieve and cure yen it will ypu nothibg eo go at once and procure the remedy and take along this guarantee Has Ole of Them Ah article in Saturdays Louis yule Times gives the Natural Curiosities and Historic Ruins of Kentucky Hancock county ha3 one of the curiosities menti oned ana many people in both Hancock and Breckenridg coun ties know of this place It s i ys the following In Hancock county about three fourths of a mile from the Ohio river and about four miles from HaWesville is a natural fortification This sa circular table pfland surrounded on all sides by a cliff from fifty to one hundred and twentyfive feet high vi bich is impossible of as ent except in one place Naar this fort is a burial place or mound while the ground some years ago was covered with pones of human beings About one hundred yards from this place a spring issues from a large rock which discharges a bituminous matter which smells liko common tar Kill Your Tows rn speaking of people going abroad to do their trading an ex chaneremarks Ifj one kills himself he is called s suicide if he kiljsa brother he is called a fatricide if he kills someone of no kin ne is a homf cidebutif he kills his town by sending away t1 buy things he ought to buy at home Jie becoiji es the entire lot of cides mix ed into one We wonder L peo pIe who continually btfy goods away from home eyertbiakof the nefarious practice They are helping to kill the town in estro1ingitsbusl of its real estate and driving out its popul ton Enough people engaged iri his business will de populateany town in a short J I W bflle 6ny tnioritofo the t wbareab3nsitheknights TeIn- fPlYr I jjKjlndrng tbe- to lheiItO Dr 1R41i Ocjatsfuflye1- 1ed brt Ened- f T Mg es r vld Ky b Mcxasis r ithe uiolfessniintkfni Utued by t Jnlted SNM w Gl U ciir L YnrWIWTbe daio be liiQaI- tIlIA titi y wikrI I eaiQ r t f ci w t taatn wjV Maieh 1522 and rApri 19 Louisville March 151 2SJaK AprU 9 Paduci March 15 and April 19 The Govermenl needs in its servce pressmCnstenrapherse- ngineers acting assistant ser geons law clerks kindergartec teachers immigrant inspector trained nurses translators far mers fish culturists draftsmen pharmacists civil and elec rical engineers and persons proficient in a1m9411 any line According to a table compiled by the Civil Service Commission Kentucky has not as many per sons under the civil service os see is entitled to lave The jState is entitled tr 215 and at present she hasbutLi 200 in tie service r Clever Trick An enterprising faker fias been working a cunning trick on number fanciers in La repce burg says the Milton News H e traveled about with a large cage of brignt colored bit dE and claimed that they were Japanese canarydirdj and that ha wns selling them for the b refit cf the Japaiiese solders He read fly disposed of nearly two dozen birds at i apiece It was soon wereIsparrows fealhers dyed withi bright col ors IDR LYDIA KEMPNER Profound Scholar Expert Pliyiilclnii and YeL n Home JInUer Usually wLen Ve read of a woman who takes u foremost place in th Hphcre of science art or literature we picture to ourselves n rather middle aged matron not ovorplftcd with beau ty and devoid of maternal and domes tic propensities Ijl this matter or course there are exceptions which again go to prove the rule A striking exception IS Frau Dr Lydia RablnowU schKempner who was chosen presldnt of the section of by giene and bacteriology at the recent convention of natural scientists In Breslau Germany Though a profound scholar and an expert physician she is wife and mother in the full sense of the phrase and only a little past thirty To Americans Frau Kempners tri umphs abroad are of deep Interest DJl LYDIA xmrrYJ1tIIs n ITboubshc German border and recehv Instltultlonsat the University of Pennsylvania for three years As Lydia Rablnowitsch sue contributed much In lectures anti writings to tho advancement of bae erlologlcal research In thp United States It was In Philadelphia shemarrled her colleague lltl Kcmpuer Then the couple moved Berlin where at first the wife was ac tttive in the Koch Institute and now sue is at the head of Dr Vhxhows Patho logical Institute Her mornings are spent In the lec mUllcenlngs little ones have retired she and her lies band are busily engaged solving sclen tlflc problems In the course of an address at the JJreslait convention while discussing the hygiene or the home she 5nldUI am hardly more away from tile home than other wooiou have earned that motherhood null professional du Uell can easily fio hand In baud The bearing and care of children have not burdened m6 more than other women Of course I Uad to sacrifice manj prl vatc inclinations I have time only read technical literature and to social purposes can only devote the Sun dayCncInuatI Enquirer Dnnffcr In Monrnlntt Grrb That women Jnay surfer mentally by weaVlng heavy crape Veils and other trappings gf woe has for years been admitted lIour leading specialists In diseases of the mind But the special ists of Europe are Just now agitating the question again aud seem to have only now found out what American doctors have Known for years that melancholia Is frequently aggravated by and indecJi sometimes altogether due to continually being surrounded by reminders of be cavemcut Depression and melancholia are Very nearly related and more than oue mOO ical man bus traced the depression of hls patient to the Iiiiprqsslon produced upon a sensitive nature by the clotb iSUewore eSI Many physicians will doubtleas differ from Dr Bayard Holmes who says that oecaslouahly the wearing of mourning has paved tho way to tthp sanitarium or the JInsane asylum but Lthe woman who Onds herself danger ously dcpre3sedby the practice cannot be far wrong to take hrs advice and forego such dulwaril expression of her trouble ns serves to depress not only herself bntDthcnjrNeyp York Atnert- 4aii l STORIEIS TOLD rBY 111- 1STAGtiEOFLE r frtu JlR1 yjxG ws- rer 4b Jirari tc wvSes14unIin tiiet 1i Wurwt ILkit ib47li7c4itticsir Icer 7 Rlchcfteu f 2 AttLe elkl of the relmnial g1eJit7 called the iiStrion to kim and M Why dud you deliver that hstue hi such a diirfojaa manner nnd why did Y011i go off the stage so spasmodically Iuits the way you do it Sir Henry And all the great tragedian sold was Good Jictircmf Sir Henry tells a story about J L Toole the famous imxnv IRVINO comedian On one occasion xoole lent a rather unreliable man a sovereign never expecting to see the money again To his amazement the nina turned up mnnyIceived me ohce You wont get the chance of doing It again James K Hackett who Is playing this season in The Fortunes of the King Is n pretty good business man nnd is much more systematic than most members tUa dramatic profes e3n Owing to the amount of bus ness lo lion to transact oh the road be carries a desk with him but it Isa desk made in the form of n trunk this being an idea of his wife Miss Mary MnnnerSng Mr Ilackett lays out his tune with qq little precision Ordl lAMES K HACK ETT ip car lIclyI SIR of nasjiyln morn ing he sleops until about 9 oclock his secretary anti goto hisT room first to rend to ttbg more impqrtant of the dozen pi twenty telegrams jwh c h are variablyawaiting to get his answers latter to shave as lie dictates to hIs scene tary Then conies five or ten miiir utes exercise with dumbbells pulley weights and Indian clubs followed by a bath and brisk rub flown tIne ho first uses Is exceedingly anti tapers off to cold until before he gets out of it It la as cold as can bo drawn A simple breakfast is ready for him at 10 oclock anti then he spends an hour with his secretary over his mall The hour of day Is set aside for especial appointments After luncheon business and rehearsals usually engage his attention At 5 oclock he dines and although Mr Hackett is very fond of society and is a much sought guest ho Is usual ly forced 1o tUne with some ono with whom he can discuss imperative bus ness Dinner over it Is time for to start for theater ALter the theater he either escorts his mother to supper or takes her home null then joints in a business discussion which may last from fifteen minutes to a half dozen hours Lawrence DOrsay inns a reputation for abscntmindedness That It is deserved was proved day on n New York elevated train The actor was riding downtown on his way to appear n matinee perform ance As he was gaz lug abstractedly out of the window two young women Kit ting across the ties And have jou heard from Sarali the then his valet the him him and and thC him ter hot next the after him the one IAWHEXCE POII stY themI g In tine midst of TbpIvyes I have a telegram from Sn IUA Sarahs bettah the other passengers cape cially the two young women stared at him curiously Nat Goodwin WIlD is playlrig In The Usurper made n valiant attempt tto make money with Siiakcspaarean plays but h6d to give up the attempt One dayxjiist before he surrendered he went Into the Lambs club New York was crowded with actors When lIt a member came In be was given cheer and a round of applause Ir arrived lie was given a pnrI NAT GOWIc ticularly enthusias tic welcome Thank yoji gen mon said Afr Goodwin Thats moro noise Than I liflve heard since II have ilayedSfiake spcaro In referring sadly to IllS habit of try- Ing to play Shake ctorlsaIdand I imd a valetnamed Frank a big fellow weighing 2r0 pounds greutI ho wits crazy to play Shaljesijcare so I let him goon toll a mecuiger iu the las ct He had only oe line In nuswCJ4to the question What says Lord Stanley and he was practicing It with every variety of emphasis for a week He rfekcd up a coatume wiie- pverlte could gets piece to fit him null dressed oii the nght of the perform ance in Cjitcsb3s roouu was al most paralyzoJ when I saw him come rushing on the stage He looked about ten feet talk He hud on a brass hel met with a two foft plume n hauberk that didnt len his waist a sort of valance of red fringe that dangled balfvny to his kiteca and iiwas swinging the biggest sword I ever set eyes on Pu What says Lord Stanley I yelled at him ready to run if he came a foot nearer us lie threatened To my relief he stopprd short IIslif I bad shot hinti lira jaw nh1 lila sworil cl1 together his eye rolled horribly What says Lord fltauleyy I said to jijralini COl S lug cojjfldontlffl sot pf tiy Thetiiethcres lady dowustalrBl he answered There you see Xva the force of habit of anothel kiud- MJss Josle Sadler trtai often seen luat 0 J iii l JIJAuu wr ttHa ftas rf iielot pn rsomerlhry dratiacidltIflbe Enlti 1aunge- 5h ttils of two Vr boys f iiddoi4ictr iar a uie 1 =lxitctn oul- dki uick rrus- oa a initiL Invest paent fl11ilred1k- a1l ad oteb- tTa ned eitnotnessuts tePr tzz oltbJb14Jtrablupetafni to tkf tU tIct tS and the other stayed belpw osell theme 6cfock iiait1iiiT 3 10 half SIDeI 11 Nobody had come The boy up stairs called down to the one below Say Iss it rrrralnlng outside u Nup Its joost comraenztng to stop Well ef It starts to comnynze again the ball wont be such a sugzess will tU Yet It it t nfe tJwtMrs Hopper lost fifty pounds Jn six months by careful training said De Wolf Hopper lIn speaking of the changed Appearance of his wife who Is known dn the stage ac Miss Xella BergEl1But after nfl thats not much to brag of Ones in England I lost 500 pounds In six weeks and my cloth sstIhlfitted me Jefferson De Angelist the comic opera comedian who is now starring In Fan tana tells a story about a little boy who had a bad habit of Imagining luiilTcJrimnlldI JEFFTnSOX DE ANCELIS His lad came in one day with a yarn about the havoc worked ya bear in street lie promptly up stairs Go said mother and remain your knees God forgives you fortglHngjnam ma a falsehood In he was back again Did God forgive your she inquired The boy nodded How do you know he forgave you The miscreant looked ceilin ward a moment before lie repllCIuCoz God came In tlf room an patted me on th lieu an sez Never mind Tommy naiad 1 thought it was a bear myself at first While dlscusfcing n recent theatrical venture tailed because Qf made quate presentation David Henderson was reminded of n story It was at the time the production The Gondoliers y Mr Hender son The night before the opening the late John Stetson nnd I wore watching the dress rehearsal The opera was very pretty but tHecast was not equal to It It was easy to see that a Tallire was Iir tolcC rus StetsOnisatnnti scowled Finally he feaiied over to mb and said Tine name qf this opera aint The Gondolicra4 What is 1t1iIts The Gauedollars JIartin Harvey tie young English actor who vaulted Into fame by his im personation of Sydney Carton The Only Way is ardent devotee of henry Irving but be carefully eschews the mannerisms of great English tragedian Outside of his work as a member of the theatrical profession Mr Harveys chief hobby is painting and sketching Ho is considered a clover painter anti also Inns some knowl edge of sculpture lIe is very fond of logs and rarety Is without otto of his pets beside him when off tlio stnge When in London Mr Harvey lives In a beautiful house in Ft Johns Wood jiolidiiyH he spend nt thieasdo4Dun hug one of lila vis Jts to the ocean be UOME iATn wild the waif sent his on until ten minutes never that of of said In an that MARTI HAHYEV I boarded att a small hotel where he did not fare tQ his liking On going away he took lila revenge on the landlady In u fashion of his own His hostess an be was leaving asked him to write In ter testimonial book lie compiled His entry comprised Just tour words I quote the raven1 As the landlany had never rend Kdgor Allan Poas poem she was nottOil os we any In Amoplcu nU guests who fojiowed tjjirvey wercQ Vttrn nnhy Wnlk Mothers tie milnnilly very anxious to soc their babies take their first sttps In the world but tley should let them take their pvn thud about It for hastening the process generally results In bniuy legs which are a disgntce to any nupt her Gcnenilfy children begin to crawl about ten months old and having by this process strengthened and developed the muscles of the back and legs they next proceed to walk Sometimes crawling follows Instead ot precedes walking but It is nniwnnj At ttpmpts at walking are generally made at a year old but unless the cull be thin anti wiry it Is better if he delays ttaking IHs first tlSps for another three moiithoi If thechilds legs show any tendency tto bendhe should not be permitted to walk till a later date arid if after he has learned to Walk lila legs become bowed he must resolutely lIeJIkept off his feet or some months In fact However mnclt he want to wajk he IPUst nut Hie allowed tb do so till his jess are strong enough to bear his velgbt qunrdlncr the Month Remember the disgust which over spreads the faces In a railroad car when a woman was seen to give her noodle a drink from the public drink lug glass No one else touched It dur ing that trip but it is wore dungitfous nnx1 not less disgusting to drink after hunhm uejngB than n dog Fortunately most disease germs dio osllyxflnd It Is chiefly by the quite direl means of contact just suggested that Uie con tagious discasjra puss from one To an other If isput ntutug Into Jthc mouth except what belongs there we miglit ride in a car with a diphtheria patient and run no chance pf catching the disease Disease germs do not fly aboiut seeltlng wbonthey may devour The matter of protection is largely in our own liouds GodU Housekeeping Ei J J succEssok rtt tJ 1 t Whw4d9 W t Deft- oiirtttJr tfNr jf ntlio pt htant ixieeit te1 rS ot wuj tiieew Y or1rIbe us an- experfeoctjI thatutkt In lSIt qQtM rLP4S1I- aniani to i ef th pQIt o mi Liter to Yue Qne J Her J WMTFdAV IDrlspn was renominated in J892 Mr Reid ran With hint as candidate for vlcopresldeot An amusing incident happened flur tug th campalgh at h meetnJnjp ar negICbillLMr Re d entered after begun and was shown to he box ftt the side of the stage re served for him When his entrance was observed a demonstration began The candidate for vice president arose and acknowledged It appropriately by bowing The demonstration continued and Mr Rejd arose agajn and bowed Then the udjence dignifiedriegaaL Mr Reltl wliio is very to be emlK rrassed dlgIllfiZI They want you 6tf rmtJ said a member of the cpmmtttee Well tJlC what hi tbe worJi a1O they laughing at me for demanded the ofrendd candidate Why its all a mistake Depews got tim bJx above you und when the crowd beau to shout a welcome at your ninny il he thought they wore call Ing for im He began bowing ac knowiedgt tents mans just gone up to see hut tooffI 4 Mr Reli wAs of thecooi mlsslou w lich negotiated the treaty of ace wll Spain in 1808 nod he repre seated the United States at Queen Vie torias Jubilee nudKlug Edwards coronation A NAVAL AUTHORITY Admiral 4nria of the North Sea Ca r nilatlou and III Career Rear Admiral Charles Henry Davis American member of the Ktirth sea court of inquiry which Is now Ins sion In Paris is tin son of the late Rear Adciiral Charles Henry Davijs who was conspicuous during the civil war Theipresent admiral of this name was born lat Cambridge Mass In 1845 man ADI1RUf Blt4 R 14VIS anti graduated from the Naval ao d emy In 1801 lIe WitS promoted to the grade of rear adminU hist August The rear ojjrniral ia beat known as the man tk whom the port of Police Porto Rico surrendereil during the Spanish war He was then a lieuten ant commander and In command of the auxiliary cruiser Dixie When the Princess Eulalla of Spain visited America at the time of the Columbian exposition he was appointed by Priesi aroundrilio country He has beensuperintcjnd pnt of the naval obsenatoryat Wash ton md has wrirtou on astronomical Hubjects Is vcrsied sn maritime law and speaks French ilpehtly Eat frcl4e For Sows carrying much flesh math while confined In small pens will rove at best unatIsfactaey breeder nys American Cultivator Exercise F easily secured In summer by tl19UW of pasture bnt the winters are sos vere In the north that It requires some ingenuIty tD gain the desired end Turjiing the sows Into sheltered yard 188 good plan anti If litter from the stable Is thrown h the yard exercise will be gained while working this over In search of waste grains If oxcr lsp cnn be secured In other way the sows should he driven tor some time each driy by the bondsman alonga lane or roadway or about the jrardX + VEGETABLE SICILIAN flairRefl erRenews the htir maVesJt neagaln stOreSthefreshnes e Just J whit you need lfyOur alI faded orturning gray fqrltalways l restores the color Stol Un2MJrtI50I1 ttat Tftfiti1M r b L t r = t aJ tbr er sG 7 T j iItIIetAa IIisr M oe 11 sad flape nt v What 1 if r bteri Ia a armIees subtt Caster oPufforic Props amit Sootblnr ftoh It fe PleMaiH It contain netfeer Opium Morphine n4r other K rcotio substance Itaceis its guarantee It 4fitroyflWormc and allays Feverislin Iteufte 1arrhleaiu1WiIMt Colic ItjreUeveft CCeetWna FrouWei cures Cmtatipatioir ad F1at1 ell t Mwimilaiea the rood reubcs the tiaekait BYe1sf yinc Ja T4Pi Tile ChIidre PaaeaThe Mo4eriJr1 if t CNUINL CAST RIA 4ri9i1ii v 1 The Kind You DiliJsi gh r In Ote For Over 30 Years lnC MMV IT 1tli 1 8 84r PTifRffti i ou R GREAT 1905 OFfrl cir We ha ve purchased a nuxberof ajte 1 Sl1l9ci1ptlMti ii the j WiSPREEi l 4 NOW and get UistvaluabIeprent If you artsubs iber send 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