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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rI3S7- ABLIStII3D Te cT r itrIIteir 3erieVol XIII rf J 81flNGFIELD WASHINGTOIf 00WTY KENTUCKY JANUARY 25 190ft + l LrAyIAI4 l lI i IJ i r DJ rs- T wwi to siUte to our friends j 3 throofbout the tobacco growing t iaewSu that we anS not connec U r directly or indirectly withl ajr other warehouse or ware vf eoitdttct a Strictly Inde Mideiii Tobftcco Warehouse cionbusrness V 0 A BRIDGES Go Bi plMor Pickelfr Tobacco HiTifeiit Lociiaville Ky 406t 1L DIRECTORY 4 1IflGTILD co Hty seat of Wa ton County 52 miles south tI k tl 4Ii5tOflt 59 iles from yle UBarc1stQwrt brnchor JffisyiUeM Nashville railroad in a ufiurmi K aid agricultural district WfBanks telegraph and telephone ptiiisexpceoCci floariaills lumberyards Popttatlon JlOOj pbpulation of z ewtiiy 1SOOO 1IeprenttiYe iu Congress Hon D JI i itli HoigenTille ky te rcMatatiTe inKeutucky Lejis lati rerHoa W D Claybrooke XepeacKUtive in State Senate Hon Jraii PterLeb1tO Xy 1C f cutyDIrcty crRCDii COURT i Curcult Court begins oa the fourth = if Mlaj is Tebruary K1111 Octo bc puTwr1an t Judgs i AtL L DsFl1a4bmiOIWetltk boiii y f t f1I1l CaMpbel1O1erk latN G Leacnnn Master c f r peQUAT1RI4Y cour f Qblarterl3jCourtI ls11dOfl the thini Ot1day rac1i month BZ Litsey Judge I V COUNTY COURTaConmty Court meet on the fourth I Iouday et h m u f BLttSeyTUdg t VWF Booker County Clerk T S Hayes County Attorney i trioree Cay ettJaperlISkl ey Oe ourne Sherifb4 SamAnderBOti H B Powell HerbertEddlemaiiX Beputie i Ed Masters Dairies P Moore County Stfnreyor tO A arllt J M Montgomery CoronerdT1W Bush Bugttpf ComOflt 1I P PiSprjlngneld CITY COURT James lit Noe Police Judgepc John Grace MarshaLaiiWi Grigsby City Attorney t t JUSTICE COURT Jnotlce Courts are held in January i SpApril July and Octobers Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH H Rev G W Lyon pastor Ser on the First and Third Sundays les lfl each month at 11 a m and 730 p m J I sjBundiaySchool every Sunday atlO am I Prayer atteting every Wcdncsday gLt I CATHOUCICHURCH Jvievt P F Hennessar Pasfor Ser riies ev0ry Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock i am z Services at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH T t VtwT Wdlden Pastor Service ieverlitu daT l PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH rltcT T D J atiiner Pastor JPreaichlnjj every Sunday at 11 am 5apid t1pmSunday school every vSHmdy st 10 am Prayer meeting vrY Thurtday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST1RCH Rev TSm Harriiori Williams Pastor Preaching every Srinday at 11 am d145 pm Sunday School every XrS3unday at 930 a m Prayer meeting 555ycrY TQe da evening at 745 oclock Fraternal Orders MASONIC r oDGiK Springfield lodge No50 meets first and third Monday eieackmontlu t Washington R A Chapter No 5 r meets every second Tuesday xSpritJpfield Council iJo 52meeiSn vcrT tottrthlMpnday q 1 KNICHM of TRZMACASZZSMeet j CJHn jr c2Jn h FOLEYS HONEYuiTARl Prnitsd sitsFrsCId- Remember the liamft Nss ussy 14 Ttf Insist gcnuiDc1irv by = 1 I izff 44t5dQ3 Drijmi I r 13j21 t iiBnagagggiiai tr JJIj= im1l r A ROUND Or TALK i jlrlrltM If ttll1p 1 l S tUlee ask Il What is that you mesonny Has a spelling hee got honey That it has IIi truth rats ofit an drlppin over From the lips as red as clover v Inthe days youth How we loved itif ale and Mandy Sakes aliVe butstie was dandy Always kneVir jjst now woMstliitftheyweregivinDouble Aint nO such words new Mandy spelled Die down completely But I owned up mighty Neatly Failure to confess Sez I Dear youi spell like thunder AH the long wonisl but I worider Love can you Spell Yes Then she spelt it sirt 0 slowly An she bent her head down lowly Cryin1 happy tears Reckon now you lee it sonny How a spelling bee has honey Flo win through hivsMcLandburgh Wilson in Womans Home Companion for February ii EINING LAW = WO notice whers vW D Glaybrobke has introduced a bill in the Ken tuclry House enfilied An act to permit seining iitilbw stream E1toi nitrng seThing waYbe cOnS r- sigmfict ttorne who ae amiliar with a jbifc of history int connection w tbJ Claybrookes campaign for the Dem6cratje nomination for his second term s Representative It o hap pened that aI Ort time before the Democratic primary iiA this counjby the Grand Jury under instructions froiri the new Corn monwealths Attorney h a drought a number of indictments against violators of the law gainst seining This created considerable indignation 4 out oty t vt 1 iiTf tthe llaw had been- isregarded to such an extent hat many were ignorant of its existence and when the indict ments called attention the re ort became current that it was new law just passed by the las Legislature Mr Claybrooke being a member oi the Legisla ture the report was circulated that he was responsible for the seining law The report spread and grew until it became a serious issue in the campaign and although Claybrooke really had nothingwhatever to Jo with the law he was held responsible for campaign purposes to such an extent that he came near being defeated By introducing the bill refered to Mr Claybrooke goes on record as being in favor of allowiug seining which should servo to square him with those of his constituents how nt to indulge in the sport of seiningr r Tff GOOD iPLOur Hillsboro XLj correspondent about hits the nail on the head when he writes the olloing concerning a bill introduced in the Legislature UT6 our nindone of the best bills offered in the Legisla ture among the many is tbire quire 4 inan tcrhave his tax re ceipt as a qualification for vot ing If this bilk should bcome a law there wpuld be very few placed on the delinquent list Everyone likes to vote and he would hunt upi money enough and pay his xso he could cast his vote To our minds the man who never pays any tax should have no jyote What does he care what Mpd of taxation is voted upon the people for it dont cost him anything We hope that ever Jaw maker may see hi way to Vote for this bill 0and let the rule applytoa- llMOOISVJLLE itr Jess Pits has sold his farm containing about 130 acres to Robert Hines for 1700 Poss ession givnMarch 8 1006 Mrs W OEllis has returned from LakeJtiacJ She was much pleued with her trip Kemoying is the order of the dJ Joe Bishop will move to Sprimffi jarMr Ally Gzlgsby Eiber1i5wiIl IIIIIIIIIIIIIII Will Moore will remove OB Hog Run all of this will occur this weekIThe sale of Joe Bishopwas well attended last Saturday al though the weather was disagreeable everything brdught good prices S M Campbell auctibneerV Mrs Henry A Moh s re turned from Daviess county where she visited her brother Dallas Barlow who is at the point of death of consumption There will be preaching at New Hope Baptist church bya minister from the Seminary They have not yet called a njin ister for next year It wilt be done first Saturday in February Mr Davjai Hajs Tisited his sister MistfldafcColeman near Bardstown last Sunday Miss Nancy Ellis spent last Sunday with Miss Ora Carney Messrs Owen Ellis B M and tLewis Cull were over in Nelson near Chaplin last Sunday Mr Charles Shehan and Miss Maggie Smith attended church at fit Zion last Sunday t The infant child of Mr and Mrs Wm Carter was interred in the Parker cemetery last week AlDIlCr Goli Jat Gala lroll He neglected to take Foleys Kid ney Cure at the first signs of kidney trouble hoping It would t wear away and be was soon a victim of rights disease There is danger in delay but if Foleys Kidney Cure is taken at once the symptoms will disappear the kidneys are atrerigtheded and you are sood sound and well A R Bass Mbrgantown md had to getup tea or twelve times ia the night and bad severe backache and pains in the kidneys and was cured by Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by the Red Oroa Drug Store r iJ iW =ru7 t lAst Sunday Monzelle Dawson and Evelyn Bates two Ilittle girls of Shepherdsville had a very narrow escape from accidental death caused by ptomaine poisonMonzelle was taking dinner with Evelyn at Dr Bates residence Both of them being fond of sardines a box was especially opened for them which they alone partook of In a very short time they were both very sick and but for the presence t- AJr Bates and the assistance or Dr Ridgway who was immedi ately called in both children would have probably de l from effects of the poison It required the best united efforts of both doctors till after night before the little girls were relieved Fortunately they suffered no serious after effects Bui litt Pioneer Perfection Attaind Perfection can only be attained in the physical by allowing nature to appropriate and not dhsipate her own resources Catartica gtipe- weakendlssspate while DeWitts Llttl Early Risers simply expel aU putrid matter and bile thus allowing the liver to assume normal activity good for the complexion W W Howell Houston Tex says For years I have used Little tfarly Riser Pills in my family No better pill caa be used for constipation It Sold by nil druggictstISeries Wreck On last Saturday morning one of the most disastrous wrecks which ever occurred on the rail road near this city took place just East of the yards on the Lexington line When be train for Danville came i iat ten oclock in the morning there were two bug freight trains in the yards which were cornp lled to back out on the Lexington tFacktolet the Danvill train get past train No 62 going out first When the rear end of thi4 train reached the top of the hill about a half a mile from the depot a car of oil and two cars of merchandise broke loose from the train and went crash ing down into the Blue Grass Local which was just coming in frpm Lexington crushing the enKin like at egg shell and driv ing the tender half way through the box car next toit The en line on the local way reduced to scrap iron and several cars were smashed Fire soo broke out in the wreckage wtd the car of bUad two airs o i eccemivaiM irere ihitroyei Tta ireejtn on train No 6OJobn Lawlr9 Louisville was caught btWeea I the engine and tender aoi i most instantly kjlled his skulli beinf broken in two place htt left leg badly ruidand htejj body badly scalded by the Map- ing steam He was an unmarried man about twentytwo years ofageSWH Taylor the engineer who also lives An Louisville ec aped with a slignt hurt on the headE L Brtdis of Louisville flagman had his Jleft leg badlyr bruised G L Pierce of Louisville breakmtn was cut in two places on the right jaw his right ear was cut and his left leg bruised W P Brock of Louisville breakman had his chin cut now bruised arid a seyere cut over the rijht eye Anderson News LiL1Ag BEiDHS The Red Cress Drug tarettiuaraR- feeliyamet to Cure Catarrho- rucsiiNothh5 Editor of The NewsLeader In view of the prevalence of catarrhal troubles at this season of the year we want to tell your readersthat we have never sold anything that gave more 8tlifaction than Hyomei when used in catarrhal troubles You get immediate relief froth the treatment and consistent use wit prove to every sufferer as it has to many of our customers the virtue of this preparation The complete Hyomei outfit consists of a pocket inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle ofr Hyomei and the price is only 1 while additional pottles canr be obtained for 50 cents We positively guarahtee a cure wnen Hyomei is used in accord ance with directions or we will refund your money This cej 1oil J ftiMit w fnthe virttoee ol Hyomii iItYours very truly The Red Crnss Drug Store II ClrMC Clack Two suits against tthe Louis ville Nashville Railroad Company each for 2500 damagesI have been filed in the circuit court by the wives of well knows young men of this city The plaittiffs are Mrs Grace N Wilhoit wife of Mr W W Wil hoit and Mrs Edna Cleaver verThwere in Louisville ou the 10th1at day of November and id the evening after purchasing tickets to this city they were forced to enter the coach on the train pro vided for cored passengers They had gone to he proper coacb but aa employee refusedi to allow them to enter and corn pelled them to go ibto the coed provided exclusively for coloredI passengers After being in this car for some time they were per mitted to go into the proper one but were compelled to walk through the smokingcar to do so Lebanon Enterprise HaY 10 AToll PlClldia We have never heardl of a single in stance of a cold resulting in Pneumonia or other lung trouble when Foleys Honey and Tar has beeR taken It not only stops the cough but heals und etrengheBs the lungs Ash for Foleys Honey and Tar andj refuse ahy substitute offered Dr C J Bishop of AIr lew Mich vrrftes I have used Foleys Honey and Ta a three very severe cases of paen moBJa with geod rWQlts in every ase Sold by the Red Cross Drug- Store Jtlce against All persons tie estate haying of Arch claimsII deceasedyiwiU preseut the sat to me properly prcven or to m attorney W P Grigsby at hi office in Springfield Kyt on o before Feb 1 1906 This Dec 161905 SfP DERRINGER Admr of the estate of Arch Yast Notice If you are indebted to the old firm of Kobertaon Searcy yotl are neredy notified thata settle ment must be made by PebuaryI 1i or accounts will be placed iin the hands of an Attorney Call at G D Robertson tt 4CQr MOve Roberto 4 Sercyj and Sanbbrne coff ee I IOhreliable Always freeh Brof ioe aceq le a IIL3 tti LloyI Penwick is- ccat viryj this writing 4 M qW Oder was in Cincinnati k week4r mEdna Cocbran spent last week 4th Aanie and Myrt LOX8dori ifMrs Bertha Walstbn and Mimnie Barker have returned boLe after a two weeks visit in liebahon Sj car Bottoms and wife spent ietTuesday at the h ome of J rke- r8mOderwa Harrodsburg ay Qieses Maggie and Diana onare visiting their mother at tbi pllce Mieses Edna Cochran Annie JMyrt Logsdon visited at t home of G W Fenwick aradaySJoe Smith of Springfield was 14it home last week Mjes Lena Epperson visited Mss Hattie Bowles last week MIss Sadie Mayes has returned aifter a weeks visit at the Misses Martin nti p4ise Ethel Rogers was at Tatham the first of the week 5steve Begley and Sanford llogsdon were at Maple Hill last Friday ntght to see their best Irls Wallace Adams was in Brad tordsyille last week on business Ethel Watson of Lebanon visi tiiatJ D Barkers last week 1 Mr Hoiiael BaMcs St Vincent Infant Asylum Chicago shelters homeless waifs awaiting adoption and there are nearly 400 iabtes there Sister Julia writes I caNnot say too much in praise of Foleys Hon y and Tar for coughs fold croup and whooping cough Contains no opiates and is safe and sure Ask for Folcya Honey and Tar and insist upon having it as it is a safe remedy and certain in results llue Kbstitutos Sold by the Red Icjrort Drugstore frA Wiitfw An accident that came near re sulting seriously occurred at the home of MrF M Edwards Tuesday night During the lat ter part of the night Mrs Edith Underwood who was visiting at the home of Mr Edwards war ked traIn a window in the sec onu story of the building and fell to the ground She was ren dered unconscious by ttte fall and was not found until about 530 oclock the next morning She was removed to the hospital once where upon envestigfc tion it was found she had sus taineda number of injuries but none of a serious character Her hip was hurt an ankle was sprained and she was otherwise bruised about the boay Mrs Underwood lost a son only a short time ago under un usually sad circumstances She had left him in the afternoon at the Masonic Widows and Or phans Home in Louisville in his usual health That night she came to this city on a visit and shortly after arriving here she received a message th tthe boy had died snddenly of heart troublEnterpriseSINIe Danville was visited ay a heavy rain hail nind and electrical storm yesterday afternoon be tween five and six oclock Slight damage is reported from dfffer rent sections of the county but nothing of a serious character resulted The lightning was fhaiThere cure itAyers Hair Vigor It is a regular scalpmedicine It quickly destroys the germs which cause this disease The unhealthy scRIp fcecomcs kctltby The daadnif dlsip pears had to distpfetr A kctl thy scalp means i great deal lo youheakby hair M dan ilruffno pIrnpIesi enpli l T btk14OfLtSI4ISo- 14 br nw7MH sNhpLt ersra t heafj and ota peculiar type the weird stealcs piercing the atmosphere in a strange and un usual manner At the him of Hon Robert Hardirgj the fam ily was greatly alarmed when a hugs fiery ball came crashing through the west window and bounding to the center of the room yherelt vanished like va por without accomplishing any damage other than breaking out the window panes Mrs Hardng who was in the room at the time was slightly shocked and suffered more or lcsspain from the effects However she was not seriously injured and has now entirely re covered Of course at the time she thought the entire residelnce would be ignited and burned to the ground but as mysterious it may appear thn strange large red ball vanished away as if by magic This is the strangest electrical freak that has ever occurred in this vicinity and all those who have herd ofI it are at a loss toexplain it Danville News AiwaTs IErtat fS 1M Sireiv A reasonable anoint of fop4 thor oughly digested and properly asahi latedwlllalwayaincreasethe strength If your stomach is a little oft Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you eat and enable the digestive organs to assimilate and transform all foods into tissuebuileing blood Kodol relieves sour stomach belching heart burn and all forms of indigestion Palatable and strengthening Sold bf all druggists Atfmiitstratirs Nutice All persons having claims against the estate of Anderson Carrico deceased will present same properly proven to us at Lebanon Ky box 147 On or before March 1 1907 and same will be settled All persons in debted to the estatet are also re quested to settle W D CARRICO J F qARRICO 6ISltilK cITkit I ai eti fects of DeWittBWitch Hazel Salve when applied to piles sores cuts boils etc sBt dfies pain alHost il stantly This salve draWs out the inflammation reduces sve llngaDd acts SB a rubefacfent thus circulating the blood througl the diseased parts permitting or aldlag nature to tipermanently removehe trouble ne rely Sold by all druggists CalWk r HlitiM fff Wrtteil states From advance sheets of the official Catholic directory pub lished in Milwaukee it is found that the total Catholic population of the Uuited States is 12651r 944 an increase of 189151 aver the previous year The total number of Catholic priests in cluding seculars and regulars iai 14484 an iincrease of 627 There are m the United States one papal delegate one cardinal four teen archbishops ninety bishops and twentyone abbots The majority of the clergy are se cular there being 1 0789 secular priests and 2695 regulars who are members of the religious or ders The tatal number of Cath olic churches in the United States is 1814 an increase of 427 over the previous yearI There are 86 semi aries for ecclesiastical students One Minute Cough Cvre contains not analona of any harmful drug sad it haq been curing coughs colds croup and wltOoJlnr cot dJ 1 that it hat proven itselt toThe a tried and true friend to the many who use t Sold by all druggists Indianapolis ld CMctgo w PtNNSYLVAtHA LINES Leave Louisville 810 pm ar arrive Indianapolis ll15pTsi Chicago 710 am Coeipartseiit sleeping cars and coacta through Get tickets and details City Office Fourth and Market Streets Notice All persons having daunt agaimst the estate of Oliver Croake deceased will plsesji present sue properly proven te me at my botHa1 Croakers Station on or before Feb 1st 1906 4ais5wUi lbe paid j ETltiUBrT CROAKS AJapOe- Try I a 1IoMM o SosWrcfeTo O CI1it J w WIV 7W UBSCRirrJotJ L t i J fi- L 44VE41H j SS = 5 L ftI iJ Does your bainfowder contain alum Lex k upon f f the label Use only ajpowder r B whose label shows It to be r made with cream of tartar f F i J J r NOTBSafetylies Jmhxiy i fuuLri whiCh is the best cream of 1fj l baking powder that can be ladr 1It tJjL t rt j l 4 f HHHWWHHHHttiiill rf I j II Of LOGJ1LINThRST 4e411 r t ASSESSORS FIGURE Th assessors books for the year 1905 reveal some interesting figures relative to the valuation of the property Of Washbgton county Below we give soaae dgurea as turned in by County Assessor Jas I Eoyalty The Board of Supervisors will change the figures the total Crair by the board being nearly a millioo dorast The assessorgive the inount of money notee etc iin the county at 581X435 wires of land 180026 valued at 2233775 number of town lots 319 valued irt 304760 personal property 532675 The assessors figwrei on the value of crop are regard ed as inaccurate as it is hard to get anything like close tigareav The amoentof thjb tobacco crop fcr the Past year is put at 2729 600 pounds hay 1113 toes corn 370810 bushels wheat 639 fcf oats 25880 The grand to a Yaldi d pJItr JACK tMCCHORflsJack Mc Chord of tbijb place who Is inI his first year at Central tlni versity at Danville carried off the honor in the annual intercol legiate declamatory contest held at Lexingtosi on Jut Friday Eo had for his subjectj Tfte Rum Maniac Jack won the privilege of represeeting hie college in a content some time ago with several c4eler students and to win in the tonal coatcsf over the beat talent ia ill tKe Kentucky colleges iis coaaiderei quitean accoaiplishnient espee tally for a tratyf Moeot The ether COB teeiante ware Lea taoky University Stanley Sqil res Proctor Koottt Biilath Speech State College iWl11is Bryant nGentle astheKi Georgetown College H Roy Becket Scene from Mercbaat of Vice Kentucky Wealyai College O B Crosket pBwets Reply to the Death Sentence The judge were W 0 Davis of Versailles J J Osboro of Gyathiaiili and R 8 Dundofi Of Paris NoMiNATEDrMise Eddie Ska derof this placeha hue wmi nawa aDd bas entered the race M a candidate im tfce Courier Jourar Earopean coatest Miae Shader U the ottlycaftdi date so far from this county ashe k already hard at work collecting roti Jar coupons which are pab Hshed in each iaeuf of tbe Courier Journal The stele it divided into nineteen cUetricje laJI ktthe young l 4y rec tlof the MOit voaa disiict Iii bet will be UuMIjw to Europe all expeeaee MIlia oovtect lsMsuIfl July TtI district ie oeapoeMof the ede tiee of Boyle Fraaklin Settk- adera e Wob1tord Whii toa Mercer aadGarrard STOCK TRADE Mr W i Graham UM well ksowfttktr- ader of th county was itoWi Monday aad yeports tM ft ttew tag trades as4 nTbt oid to McOullMa of Oregon a J year oW jack for 1800 bought of Barm of He4er ownty a apedel mute jack tot 0 He ei o bo ffht of itt i HL PallDia tWeecwntT a 5Pc r 51oi Bosrto Ky lorlWS rflfIJM a 1 I i a gelding to Wiftaal ibr tt if 130 rrA T t 7 i NEW OpFiiE83lta cpr gatioeal me tang Presbyterian t chwrcl b ate Binday r the 1oHDWin IIi t hers were eH cted M oteoera jot r the Board of Elders aadjtbe J Board of lCOe j TSM v+ lIrtM Griaady 1L k Oi Jete i W L3wwlr lIII HppwD- escoeia G L Wfciartosv JQiJ m 1i S Mcllroj I C f tS JYIM WillMtB C Rice diM iat the home of liis son QJL Pf ci tiat this place m llast WedniViajr i j IitliftJli I Iit on Josph tpe Eq5 Jtonf f- I hly teem was a mitt of strictest integritySaad hisnHHHroas friends hire 11t LLdeath rMrvI I sons Messrs R Jj Price ifjll U Springfield ud JeeeyV Ptkif tl ol Owewbob fltawitei t1o ceded him t hjThyaICyt1 l lHtaoatht agoj jlr jPirkeJ all survived bj one sister Hira earahCruteher ofNMlioiasyI9s k The Jell1al1re rji taketf 10 t Barfiaiewd on r Iridy for b ialV 1 foar SIM ftiIr- 11w rf lit Th ad saathr4 r atasadPrprflyWU i fIfOMWI 1IyboWelai1 your food sk ytIl1I i 5j Avoid iBitfeMltbl fooEBte I4 n there re any sim1 P f of storeh toOks ik Mfc oibefore each baeal until cured i j No mstterbow snyyesos- ayhevesefrsdwitbstobi ttroubles or how wprrliMjl b s1pisnss 1MiaTYo oI P likk furred bosgue 4tt specks i4e the eyes h t olu Je ity ind ifeMi or fq w that are qassd5 bTTca tfaithful ue f lLi fnenViti u noia piUem medidfii- tii ii not aJ 4re alljI Itisaederi rsmed peceadM bel iOM trabIewakiq 1 akdigtire o1ssa itis tf permawik c re Id iaoid by the Red cjs tDele i gaarsutoq I it Ian tm d or rsWAKTsDDLstehaaanagers to pczsadyssd dis ktbsit ess1es aJaiJ18cQ watkl 300 per day for exper eem tState aire and present ern ployment IDEAL SHEAR Co BodJ1t St Chicago Iflsurnce-a Xnavre in the fyrment fboraiDoe X mpanj of Junction y t Kf be only company a- be State that makes any claim iof paying Ilie toaetti irt full lr- MZflM1pTfAR i NEWSlEADti us rMVJUkY TVIHUD AT J 1kYEAIItIMAbVANc I 0 Jfc L fcJLVISON Jr tlel u4ic mel 1 1 UitMlt1oH MrfttfttM iP4 nelitic ltMrjlies Is 4 ate tebt cash Si feUverj of food A nntoaeU sde on liberal ol1at1Q s of ect eeJlW 1 I JIIffibss a 250 rp4rtI 1C00 TUDAY JAN 21 1906 4 L Scrujsville 7 T Mr rc liIattmrlyandwife Motrfcville viited relat e- s4tFisy 1 rt3wifeofL H Har a boy lAte Cftmtj ftRd wife of High i Qror Xlapent a few days iMrtwMfcai ttie home of her MMT E A Sothers wr4 Lter Wilson and Miss A ft Brittoo of Talmagp Ky have returned home after a if mv visit at Miss Sallie K rnLJifr Cood re Britfcon and iHI fornIadIa Territory are jiiftlfcfifettvM at this place kit TkMl i Harden enter Tb IatBaferday night Mr 8 P Reynolds and wife fcTeot dtoWilli8burgt- Mr Tyler Lewis has moyod to iSe JIOMM vacated by Mr Joe0 fbtar Mr Jim Kays has moved i tbe boJwe vacated by Mr CWri Mr Steve Bishop and sisters Mtectaiaed a number of their frWadgThursday night All re port a jolly time pJenkins NV Hendren a ifamily T P Reynolds and JawJy COHHdore Brilton and wile ad Steve Bishop were en tatiaihlfd to dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs JT Carney v WedJlHday Mr Ollie Keeling accompanied by few sister baas returned to his Jig tin Chicago after a short tay with relatives hei o Mours Jim Burns and John KMbolaon were in Louisville laejbweek with their tobacco jt Thy repcrt the market good Mr Will Jenkins and wife visited relatives here Sunday Mesdames Pearl Snoopers and t Ana Carney Mr Briton ana i wife visited Mr Mit Sales and 1Ifif a few daysJast week Tie OTflOnal I Telj Ie Co Chicago originated xlty aK Taras a throat and lung r ire f and on account of the great mtatMl popularity of Foleys Honey JMklT r aay imitation are offered i fee tile geaulne Ask for Foleys KHMT awl Tar and refuse any sub stitute offered as no other preparation will ffire the same satisfaction It mttily laxative It contains no opiates iig safest for children jand delicate pcrftDM Port sale by The Red C re- sfDcF Store f J Willisbute i Y TQaita a number of citizens wise in Springfield stMinda5r Medaines S M Crurne and Catsinger of Booker and Miss CoraTrent spent last Thursday aad Friday with Mrs A B Wfelis and lamily jj Missi Elizabeth Shirley spent last week with relatives at Litsey iJobn Turner visited at Har rodaburg last week nd on his Lrrn home was accompanied s ij niaaunt Mrs Sue Shew I iMiker Jj W S Gibbs was inj Lexngtpn 1ltwHk Charles McIlvoy afcd wife are Tkiting in Nelson coUnty 5 W R Scott is in Luisvilleon baiaethis weekI Dfi Fred Pope of Chaplin was called to see Lester Keeling last Monday Be Jviss taken l ilenly ill Sunday night Bernard Walls arid wife of Micoresyille spent fcrjunday with tFraak Yancey and wife and white there called to see Dr W L Wells r JL L JacKson was called to SfHriigfield the first of the week I PDeM MiM Iraaa Grabam j of Sharps YItpha been veryi ill for the l paH kbut were glad 10 reporther better at this writing WP Shirley and wife spent Buaday with Mr WS Y Good J kt and family at Pcljn 4 presst Drttt la beeo confined to his room Ume weeks with typhoid feqer I W bo9 to report ima great Ie4 b tt r at the next writing c lete Hofwll of Mackville 4 ttaUrday and Sunday with l JJJa Itjtor Mrs Clark 4 tt1l 1B4 tPerkiiw entertained the folks withi music auf ft oa lit Wednesday t r tlner ta eorMif oedeaU and job im vtsh jMiAive us aJe4J 11 SI7imilk lfma e ti Lz dearoldNe sLaer as inter estinj as any other paper in the State IlldJlloll Oy rcome Indigestion Iseapily overcome by the se otKodolPy8 psi3Oure becaus tliit remedy digests what you eat and giyea thestomacfi a rest allowfl it to recuperatet and grow itrong again ICodof iellevea indigeslton belchingof gasr Sour stomach heart burn etc and cnables the dlgestive organs transform all fjoda into tie kind of rich red blood that makes health and fstVength Sold by all druggists POLIN t Mr T JTrentaud wife went to see Walter Wells at Willislburg Sunday who is very Miss LaVafua OConnor of Bcechland visited Mrs Thad Cheatham Friday haplinisSeatat this place There is a protracted meeting i rr schoollhousePolin Sundfiyfnight Madam Rumor says there is another weeding soon Mrs Jnn 4rnold visited Mrs r aryCr wf Satujrday aftrnQon t j SUNSHINE Killsboro 10j Pro J H Eowell of Mcack yule was in Our midst last week shaking hans with old friends Mrs Annie Godby who has been quite siick for the past week writingIi babylandarriv SettlesearlYSundV the attending physician Uncle Cal Settle the oldest verylowses and Dr dhompson the attending physirjiaifi1 says there is very anybetterThere hasfbeen quite a change among our people here this fall and every prie that has moved away has beien a Demo rat and almost ever One that has moved in has been a Republican so that UiLlsioroJnow as strong Re publican jn proportion to its siza as the Eleventh District but however Coroner Montgom ery still remains with us but he thinks it would be more pleasant SprirJg1IThe Cooner js quite a hard worker for his priy bat he now has his hands fullt hold his own against such a majority and for this reason his party should handout sotoe fat job to him in the future so as to reward him for his ifidelity and Courage The muck neededand talked of store at this place seems now to be a sure go Preparations are now being wade toward building the house nd if the weather continues fir for a few weeks every thing vill be in working order lueslie bhewmaker ilone- lof our popular young men will will be the salcman and it goes with our saying he will mate it success olWillisburgone day last week Wo were all very glad to see Miss Maymie and especially the school children who are so apxious for her to Itlookspercentandfromof the jtclidpl last year the trus betterIberjservicereturned from tl e city last week where he sold 10 tubsofiobacco forBlc per pound Jas Shields L S Deao Sam Montgomery and Keelin Set ties have shipped itheir crops and wil sell this week The Continental is not buying the tobacco here that it did last year in fact most all the growers prefer to ship prcminent farmer said the other day The NewsLeader was the best paper that we far mers can take for ft give the market prices of stock and produce in every part of the county so we can knovv what to ask for our stuff when we 10 to sell and what to pay when we go to buy therefore no uptodate farmer car do without it We think he spke the truth and if correspondent helps to make it a success then let us get in our- etters regular JH Settlessold some corn to W P Merritt for 175 per bbl delivered He also sold some to Mr Simpsqn for 200perLbl J M Shield bought several tar Tels fr un F M Shewmaker for s2 W E Sutherland bought severalbarrels from Jim Settles for 175 Jim Settles bought a wagon and harness from John Settles for 35 and also a hcg from an other pasty for 5 cents per pound Lilac went to town Sunday to hear Rev Lyons preach but as he was absent the tables turned and he was compelled to meas ure out the gospel to the large arid attentive audience that was present However it was adis appointment all around but we all did our best Angels could do no more We wan to keep up our letter each weekj butwe cannot do it unless our neighbors help us to get the news They all say that tim letter must appear each week but at the same time never give us an item When they read the letter they saNClWhy didnt you put so and so in iUStWe cannot get all the local nappenings by our selves Why dpnt you help us get the newc instead of criticising Please give us the news iin the fqture andlets have a better letter LILAC MOORliSVILUE Mr Ham Virgin is quite ill of pneumonia Mr Ben Sallee has malarial fever Mr J M Wall and Thos Weekly sold their tobacco to Mr Moss for 7i cents per pound Rodmrn Smith got 7 cents for his crop There were services at New Hope church last Sundav Rev Willis of the seminary preached a good seYmon Mr lM Lynch has removed willoccPPYIopposite Charlie Moore There were only ten of our young men over near Woodlawn last Saturday night to a gathering of some kind Several of our people took in county court llast Monday Owing to the Spring like weather several of our farmers have commenced plowing Shelby Grume spent last Saturday and Sunday in Springfield Born on Thursday January 18 to the wife of H R Eddie man a 10 pound boy ffbBASANT GROVe Miss Lizzie Leacbman is visi ting her sister Mrs Will Sweeny of Lou iaville Miss Sallie Trent of Polin visited friends here one day last week Mr Will Burton of DeKalb and Miss Elizabeth Shirley IIl1 Willisburg visitefja at the of E JPioi n last week IIMr Chas Hines arid family aioaoaauioaaaoauiaiiio4i I- WAA ouisviUe Daily Paper and The NSws III 1 I Leader for 200II 1H l jIb toppojh 1tFor a limited time we are able to offer the readthg public the v rYb t to secure a widei 4 awake daily newspaper published In Louisville at a Price so lowthat it IS actually less than tie white paper on which It IS prllted If you are taking the NewsLeader YOU can renew your subscrjr Cton and c S4 get the advantage othis offer ltt w 7 Tie Snbscriptiqn Price of tthe LonisYille DailyI Herald iiis300 11 IIrIt +aThe Subscription Price of the NewsLeadere iI is I100 T LIy I We wiff send you both Papers forJ fhe Year forYOO I t The Louisville Herald gives as good a market report as any paper published jn Louisvil e and is 1 if handling a great deal of news that cannot be found in any other paper This offer is only Tn d efora n t limited time and may be withdrawn any week by the Herald so take advantage at once Send all fi Subscriptions ti T Hf TIlE NEWSLEADER Springfieldf M hrr i i 1Ml t 1t = U U ri At tL have moved to their new home near Hillsboro Mr and Mrs Dan Kelly aid little daughter f ozeniar spent last Sunday at the home of Mr James Reed Miss Lavania OConnor visited at Polin last week Master Julan Gregory has returned to her hone atBeamSta tion after a few wetk stay with his father James Gregory Stevie Thompson and wife at tended the lecture last Wednes day night Misses Susie and Bertha Edgerton are visiting Mm Ed Janes at Valley Hilt Miss Mabel Thompson ha re turned home from Lebanon after a visit to Miss Roe Montgomery Rev W T Oversireet filled nis regular appointment here Sunday Mrs J I Martin who has been very ill we are glad to say is somewhatimprovedTHE Two M ckv lIe f Asr was not able to make my appearance last week will step in this and give ahe readers a few items from this part of the county A good manyfanners are bring ing in their tobacco and seJling to Hatchett Camden anu some to the other firm and they ship it to the city alter prizing it It is very convenient to havea house here and not have to take it so far Our little town has got to be quite a business place Sunday was a beautiful day and quite a number attended the Methodist church including a good many visitors Everybody in well pleased with the pastor Rev P Walker Miss Beulah Thompson will leave home this week for Bowling Green to attend the Normal to prepare herseH for a tteacher- I have heard that we are to have a wedding this week but you will know by the time this iettercomes out who it is- Ms Ada Arnold is teachingi a iotgrjllsha t it i tr tt- T g D WELLS C P WELLS WELLS BROS I i IThis new flu iii has supcfeeded the wellknown firm of AcDlure Wells and will continue in the same line of business Just now we call attention of the farmers to ou- rf ft 5f Seedsff I i 1 f The seeding season is now on and we have a select lot cf Cover and other Grass Seeds and Northern Seed Oats E3kJQCIES4 s A t We Asil1 have the most coriiplefe lline of IBuggie lRnd other vehicles ever handled here and invite a an inspection of our line as soon as they are opened j We 1eadiarming Implements of all kinds 9oLINFNsf WELLS BROS i r SPRINGFIELD KY tt t- t Iit I busy night and day as there is a good deal of sickness through the country This is good weather for it so warm and so much rain this time of year Mrs Wilkins and sister who have been visiting Mrs Camden aad other re ative have returned to Bowling Green Joe Thompson sold as cow to J Bickers n for OIFloyd Ferrell who has been in Illinois for several years came home today The members of the Christian church have called Rev Campbell now living in Harrodsburg to be their pastor another year I presume he will move his family here as he Will preach one Sun day at MaudjMrs McMillan catneupOn business last Wednesday She is very much pleased with her new hOme in your ton Mprelandlaw Dee Shewmaker and family- M E Parks was visiting his daughter Mrs Will Arnold for a few days this week Miss Rna Yankey spent a few days with her uncle John Peters last week W B Hatchett came home quite sick from the ci vvJast Friday nght Mrs George Walker was quite sick Saturday night but is beitaf at this time Mrs Bush who has been sick for seyeral montbs doesnt seem to improve very fast Miss Margie Isham came home Fridty and returned Monday to Beaumont College llardesiy Scliooliouso One more week has past and the time has come for us to write down new items for 1the dear old NewsLeader Rev W fe Williams and sis ter Miss Bessie spent Thurs day with Mrs Lucy Sales spentThMr Jas Moran Jr and Miss Coxof your town wore the 11ettIMrs Sarah Gray and Eliza MrsIGray Ono night last weak Mrs W S Y Cfeodlett and daughter Miss Tavie spent Friday jn Willi burg Mr Treodore Britton wife awl child of Indian Territory are visiting friejnds and relatives of nearhere Prof Ojiyer Saundtrs will tench a singing school at the CONSUMPTIONS WARNING Inside outs4esyulptonlsDReI lIThe aid of scientific inventions isnot neded to deteriMne Wether your are readily telligcnce affected noted The by nyoneotavera lungsI qThere is no disease jcnown that gives so many plain warnings oTits approach asl- consumptioHj and no serious disease that can be so quickly reache and checked 3oschee5Germanconsumption fit is in the early stages that German warningsarethe congestion of the bronchial tubes and the expectomtionBut gradual weakening of the lungs aeI f your cough even if dread consumption already attacked your lungs hasI Syrup will surely effect o cureas it apparentlyhopeless fNcw trial bottles 25C Regular size 75C 4t4JtLdruffgisl Hardesty School Souse begin ingj Tuesday Fuur Hnndac4 Babies St Vincents Infant Asylum Chic ago shelters homeless ttaiffe awaiting adoption and there are nearly 400 babies there Sister Julia writes I cannot say too muchin praise of Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds croup and whooping coughP Contains no opiates and ia safe and sure Ask for Foleys Honey aud Tar and insist upon having it as jHsi a safe remedy and certain id results Refnse snbstttutes Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store tsnrly Jewish Settler ot Newport The iSrst Jewish sermon which was preached in America and lies been published was delivered In the Newport synagogue on May 28 1773 by Rabbi Hayylm Isaac Carregal This wen de livered in Spanish and was translated Into English Carregal was a most In teresting personality He appears to have come from Palestine and was on terms of Intimacy with Ezra Stiles the president of Yale college The first Jewish club In America was formed in 1761ut Newport with a membership limited to nine persons Just before the outbreak of the Revolutionary war tie Jewish population of Newport must have numbered nearly 1000 souls The war dispersed the community and It never regained Its importance The Jews for the most port espoused the colonial cause and llost the greater part of their property when the town was captured by the British A tew return ed to rthe city after the war and In 1700 the ongregition presented an ad dress to Washington on the occasion of his visit to the city Abraham Touro bequeathed a fund to the city of New port to maintain the synagogue as well as the cemetery This fund Is still In existence though no representatives of the original families now in the lite cItyelsh Encyclopedia New York FUberraea Every day through the spring and summer and autumn andtalmost everyday In winter a boat leaves one of the East river 4Iers bound for the deep sea fishing banks sHiys Bertha H Smith In Four Track News Every passenger on board Is of that true democrcytbe democracy of the rod and reeL Not death itself is more of a common lev eler than the fishing rodnnd who crosses the gangplank of this fishing beIbusiness for n day the clerk with a holiday on his hands the mechanic thrown Into idleness by a strike the invalid who finds the city Irksome and longs for a sniff of the sea old men young boys and all ages and stagcsof mankind between may be seen in the stream of people that dribbles along the pier while the sun is yet dodging behind the Brooklyn housetops The man who would go deep sea fishing must be up betimes for It Is a good three hours run to the fishing banks A pit of Aaitrallan Slang Wallaby Is un Australian slang word anti it once puzzled an English secretary of state for the colonies as It might well puzzle tiny one but an Aus tralian This minister was once visited by Sir Charles Guvun Duffy and reer ence was made to n masterful Austra lian governdr who had come Into con filet with the colonial office I hear he has returned to an island off the coast nml has surrounded himself with wal labies remarked the English states man yes replied Sir Gavanf I dare say he Is making himself as com fortable as he can You surprlseme was the reply What must bethe state of morality In f country wberp you make light of such a proceeding Sir Gavaii hail to explain that the sod ety of kangarpps Is not forbidden by ttc Wecaloguef PolltpraJldlaJ Judge Goodilven just went down the street I thought you sold he was at tending a big banquet to him this even ing Not at nil I saw him coming out of Dels and I merely remarked there was a bIg dinner In his honor this evening Philadelphia Ledger rrocraBtfftntleii How mankind defers frojn day to day the best It can do and the most beautiful things item enjoy without thinking that every day may be the last one and that lost tlme is lost eter nity Max Muliejv 8 JHcIeHt Reiuea Hoomcrtbn Guess IH have to lv np borfrdlng Flatlelgb Gohiifto ftt married J Rootuerton No but ylaad Ittdy wants her 4iouav caw5 w DRAGGING+ i9icangenerally dome irregular painful scant or prcifose periods wasteful weakening drains dreadful tackachc nea iche nervousness dizziness irritability tired feeling inability 1d walk loss of apprtite color and bea uty The cure it E ci W CARDUI THE FEMALE REGULATOR that marvelous curative extract ot ria ural wite of herbs which exerts such a wonderful strenglheninj influence on I air female organs Crdui relieves pain teguJates the j menses stops drains and thevonii muscles to pun the womb up into place Hf 2 It IS a sure and permanent cure for au female complakyts 1L IltWRITE US A LEHER Pet wide all timidity asd write M freely aad frankly Ik itrictest coal eases telling nil your aymptoa sad troubles We will send free adviee in plain sealed earclope how to Ita rDeptOnattanooga TeaB kwF jPM rTre i i d Ia 8ftiriNS1ByeJlMfi WeNIH1 petneal sn aiaoe taking Ilike new woee aM pet a did Ii the beitasdt cine I everjhad in Jou t CMTUMEY LLIlLLYJr f J New Livery FirmTj Tumey R1ey Succss ors o Haydbn pao Ji Equipment FirstClast r rF 7iird BsGrIij in Every Respect Hrseiai4y rJ Your Patronage Respectfully SolJcited f IStable Located between the Dep4ai th akon1otel 88 T L Louisville is BDoniing EiI Mopto wttu a dFrdeoIy6miIetftMsdstheWORi2l prodwintfcre Undand nbsrssupk IHiiYilMis be horn the orfM Q fMkMTtnltkiwaridittelai toriMlh MWOtIdand MoMe 4 urbaaltofat LouisvUteisadtyofBEAS Is r srooooooo It has the ind t par v system lathe Uited Ses aM nanyps IDINO 7 MERCIAL SCHOOL srofl at this Ichaci 0doTHO OUGH and jrotfU never be iamnto aroodpoiiuaoIn boMninir likaLouisTfllt k LYA1TLTATTOIIVIIE3OUL LOUlSrIL4CKY I JOHN SHUCK MCELROY 1iC Wzrtaio McIoy wJ artont ff Iusurallce I ilealJ tate Ag1 ji PireLifs ad ordoIurcs j i l ftji 1 land Sold on gonnisw 1 Office over Peoples Bank l Pidt4 J HALLSIT8WReIICW I tooabcstops falling hair and makes hair rowJ n i slaa Ji7 P rliapra the queerest cuT la world Is that Of Ndng Etarm the hoI of the royal family of Slkra Thte dty1 peculiarity lies IB tke tact that it Ji omposcd of omen ad children alo t It Is In the center of Baagko bta hlfh walls around It and IB Ifi tien of p there not a singe aathough the king occaglonaiJy pa s a visit The name anft Harot acclns yelled vriTip t bIQ are pajnrtete elcj v t I 1SUFFERE1 te Xiol Bae aIM Irregular J Ciafeel do suffer jny I I 7 TI t- J totaflco Uwst has8 COM work ir lJi tM popal aenues nr s iaea tetr anti 11j cic gardens a hall of Justice judger- cutonei ujpolicc jppncraU and ittfdier ill IKe P43tttonst clil ani otherwtst rc tiag hued by w4iaen The only inCIB Mil IBlatat Avbo frn outer this cIty J 1d tbektet It kou of iiig iaa iitr UII1ot tbt ktD =WM Ti r ttfam y bas 4lIIMkt 4V OHIMMDCNT J ruTH EXTRACTED tepMOUT PAIN n L itiPRINGF1D f peiita1 Work Strictly f I 2A Firstcia DIkiri LA PTQN DR Jf C Mum fPTON ft MUDD liliiciiis lid Surgeons V OMcsoverUaydonS Drugstore tF GRIGSBY- MTQRNEY AT LAW Oc over Peoples Bank EIRINGFIELD KY 4J RoBARDS M W HYATT 1t RBARDsHXATT lpcitis ind SnrgconSj Omd over McElroy Shulz = = PH t HOPPERfsJCW O H PH NESOtflce Over tfiicje 97 Hagans Grocery k IP7L xJAMES GRAVESrPRACTICAIf Ifitliitkert and Jeweler i ycaiint w Jry Repairing a Spe cialtyi located on Maio Street oppos te Presbyterian church BprlnAfield K- yifF TRUSTY PRACTICAL txENTIST1 pfl ice over Haydon Barber ienta work reasonable prices Ailwcrk guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY p PNY mm ilJ AL uiKECTOII Al 01ICEIISEBEMBALMD R TELEPHONE DAY 9NIGHTT4 8PRlHGFffiLllKlI at = K c ii1 schedule Foil wing isthe time schedule now iID effect on the Eard town andfSpringtield branch railroad 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction 5O2pbi Bardstown 552 pin ccarrivat Springneld 645 pm Ncf 2Leaves Springfield at 5HOarn Bardstown 617 am tBarq own Junction 705 ampmrriven at Louisville 755 8 f No 43Leaves Louisville at 730 aim Bardbtown Junction 3Oa4m Bardstpwn 1115 am arrives at Spripgfield 1240 pm zNoo4LEaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm 1 Boards town Junotion 435 pomc arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves S3rinfield at 715 amBards townS am Bardstawn Junction 8 IB am arrives at Louisville 935anaNo 31 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisi il1e at ti pm Bardst wn PI JunctioD 650 pm Bards town + 735 p in arrives at Springfield t J 8t5pfir DS ME FROMc igFieId fw toiIIishurg Lea fes Springfield at 6am t iyeat Willisburg at 9 mV leaves Willsburg pm arrives P Spring feld 6 pm Passenger c r rate c eway SOc Baggage it extras Reasonable rates Freight Tiaulin i Richard Riley 11 jCarriagef z r + J Repair Shop iij 3Allknds wood work and up Grain Cradlesholstefingdone on hid fprisale 1Ai ve sale now one new I hiwiQae buggy new hand 1Jiug agon and a good cl 5 iid spring wazon r 11 illSJwdrk cheaply for the All orr strictly cash s WHfiOND Spiinefiea KyII A w wr I Local HPPItIfl TIntsrt II- j TOWNI I The FrtshMt and Latest I DIitICS 1 J ee q4 All kindsot bargains atHagan Bros II Try a loaf of milkbrEad from l JobnsonMcCabes f j Come 1inandsee our line of canned goods HaganBrds i Heinz pure frpple butter in bulk at Johnson McCabes t Baigins for 10 days at Johnson McCabes Born tofthe wife of Charlie Willett on fhej 18th a boy Dont overlook the 5 and 10c counters f Hagan Bros I W baccoftenant Apply to C D Miller Fresh Spring vegetables at McElroy Bros t grocery Just received a beautiful linej of pictures HagainBros I Nice woolen Blankets at bar gin prices n Grundy McTntire Mr and Mrs Lev Brown aref rejoicing over the arrival of a O t llast Satjirday We selidrethsoriginal Vel etcaudyilryit Its fine Mc Elroy Bros f v A fresh supply of Oriole coca out jjust received by McElroy Bros + f ii Try a cant off Mrs Hopkins mince meat at Johnson Mc Cabes J 25 per cent discount on all our prices on queensware Saturday at Campbell Get somE of our nice sOurl pickles at 5Jc per dozen at Cam bells grocery llt Dont alwaysforget you can get fresh fruit and veg tables at Jtihnson Mcaabpsec Try a bpttleof monarch toma to catsup It is the best made for sale bz McElroy Bros A f0w pairs Of mens and ladies shoes at 5o and l Gpet pair Campbells t If you want china sea St Wet can make you some prices that fill interest you RfcElroy Bros t A good fteshmilk cow foriiI sale Enquire at tho Grnndy Orphanage Booker Ky tClosing out our line of furni urefor the next 30 days Get rices at CaIIlp1 ells We cany everything in canned goods and guarantee satiqf action McElroy Bros WANTEDA barrel of good country cider Vinegar P J Thomas Six cakesfof all kind of washj soap for 25c except Pels Naptha t Campbells A few oqtang gowns and dres sing sacks to close out at prices that willI attract Gr ndy Mc Intire WANTED Fjrst class colored ook wages 2 50 pert week Api 11Xy11 GrundyfMcIntire have a theyillr closeI out r r J LoST On the road between F Bookers and town 30 in tocountylerksgetrewardc Ponza MuddI Grundy Mclntire have just received a new Itne of Spring ginghams Call and see them Everybody isi singing In the Hills of Old Indiana by the tame authorcIn the Valley where the Old Ohio Plows Y uwant a copy Its good Ed M Russell S M Campbell reports Mon day County Court as follows A very good crowd in town after dinner not much stock on the market Horses ranging in prices from 14 to 110 5 stoats on the market brought about 6lc per pound sold by the head Mrs Martin Simpson has bought the louse owned by Mr John L Barer and occupied by Mr Charles H Mclntire Mr i Thomas OBryans family with whom Mrs Simpson lives will move into the house as soon as Mr Mclntire can vacate Miss Lillian Anderson who has been visiting her aunt Mrsjj H M ONan at this place fortseveral weeks is Boyle countys candidate m the CourierJour naPs tripto Europecontest She stands second iin the race with 1283a votes against 15880 for- Ms Hughes of Woodford county Mr Charley ODaniel and wife had a very narrow escape rom drowning while crossing Shepherds Run OJll last Monday morn ingThe stream was almost past fording and the buggy and horse were washed quite a dis tqnce down stream before they succeeded in landing Mr and Mrs ODaniel were uninjured save a thorough Wetting Mrs Sidney Williamson died on j last Saturday at her home in the allongter of Mr Ben ODaniel and W8c a most estimable wife andmothtt r She suffered he loss of twoll hilirexrwiihiathe past twelve months and two bright little boys and one daughter are left with the father to grieve for her- E The funeral tookplace on Mon day morning i An alarm of fire which caused l the entire population of the town to turn out occurred on last 1Thvellue in the residence of Mrtt T W Simms caused smoke to J issue from places around theE himney which caused the alarm The trouble was soon remedied however without any da agett The volunteer fire department with two hose reels was quickly t i the scene and had the fire materialized would certainly have made short work of it Mr Marshall Duncan has in his possession a copy of the Jefferson Bible such as was furnished to members of the National Congress The book is quite a curiosity iu makeup being an exact copy of the original book which Thoma Jefferson made lip by clippings from the new Testament which he cut and pasted in a blank book Jeffer son it will be remembered had his own peculiar views on the Christian religion and these extracts which he calls The life and morals of Jesus ofI Nazareth are suppose to em brace his belief The book was presented to Mr Duncan byhis class mate1at college H C Tillman a son of U S Senator Ben Tillman and is very highly prized Charles Taggart was the fourth attraction in the series of enter tainments being given by the Springfield Lecture Bureau Mr Taggart performed at the pperar House on last Wednesday evening before a well filled tiwijilj WIIIi a liIJilwtj JItiijjliili Wi 5 E = I 420 Dozen i I Just received a big selection DISK f EIever yet I rfI I COMEI j c I t playedtf E L E1 M1 Russell I IIeM m IM m 4 = Iiwcw I MMPay a little CctfeemBdget mreferyeur CoNesGoodi WILL SAVE DOCTOR BILLS iiIT OiiYou would not buy any spoiled or musty hay oats for your horse nor would give him polluted water X to drink AS your grocer for GOOD COFFEE and when if you get t VI BLAMES COFFEES i f Sou can depend lit you are getting the best on the market Call1 for them 4iFor sale by iIt Johnson i McCabe house Mr Taggart is not a lecturer He is billed as an en tertaliner and in that capacity is a success His versatility is wonderful and the audience is entertained in trying to guess what he is going to do next Mr Taggarts impersonations particularly that of the old fiddler were good and he shows ability as a performer both on he violin and the piano SwccieyLcacliiMi The marriage of Miss Elma Leachman to Mr Oscar Sweeney will be solemnized 3 oclock to day Thursday at the home of Mrs Nannie Leachman mother of the bride Rev W T Overstreet will perform the ceremonyMiss achman was reared in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood and is a worthy representative of the high type pi womanhood for which that community has always been noted Mr Sweeney is a resident of the Mackville neighborhood and is a farmer by occupation Deatk tf WilliiM S Clarksu The many friends of William- S Clarkson were deeply grieved o pear the news of his death on last Monday evening at Elizabeth Hospital at Lebanon Mr Clarkson had been a sufferer from diabetes for several years nd recently gangrene had setup in his foot AtDr McChords infirmary it was decided to perform a surgical operation and on last Saturday Mr Clarksons leg was amputated above the knee The operation failed to bring the needed releif and the patient gradually sank until the end There was probably not a- more generous hearted ndr more generally respected citizen in the county than Will Clarkson Always ready to lend a helping hand an to accommodate a neigh- bOr he made friends of all ac quaintances He was born in this county neariy 50 years ago and was the son of Mr Lloyd Clarkson a substantial farmer of the county who died a number of years ago About sixteen years ago he Mr Clarkson was married- to Miss Ida Baker of Anna Ills who survives him Messrs Thomas Richard 0 and Lloyd brothers and Mrs Ben Haydon a half sister are the other near relatives who survive The funeral took place at St Dominic church on Wednesday morning Burial in St Domi nic cemetery Ail Old Cltizci file Mr JohnM Lair an old and respected citizen of the county died at the home of his daughter Mrs T C Tatum at Valley Hill on last Monday night after a long illn ss tf a complication of diseases The deceased was 75 years of age and had been a citizen of 1his county until about two years ago when he moved with his family to Louisville He had been making his home with his daughter however for several months Mr Lair was a Union soldier during the late war He enlisted at Lebanon in September 1861 in Company A Fifth Kentucky Cavalry und r command of Col D H Haggard Capt Hal Palmer was captain of the company but he was suc ceeded in command by Major J L Wharton of this place who wasthen a lieutenant Mr Lair was elected corporal of his com pany and served faithfully until August 1862 when he was wounded in a battle with Mor gans command at Gallitin TEnn There was a pecular circumstance in connection with his be ing disabled It was while the Federal troops were fighting for position They desired to get through a itake ndrider rail fence and Major Wharton order ed Lair to assist in tearingl down the fence In obeying orders hew 3shot through the arm while Teaching a rail off the fence Both bones of his arm were broken and he was disabled from seryice for some time He later served as assistant on the hos pital corps Mr Lair lived onI farm in this county since the war and reared a large family of children eight of whom together with his widow surviv- eEiq8CNAL Mrs T B RoBards spent Fai day in Lebanon Judge L H Thurman is bold Ing court at Lebanon inIMiss Mary Brown was Louisville Wednesday Miss Nannie Ray Thurman is visiting Mrs IH Thurman Miss Eupbenia Wells returned to her home iinLpuisville Sunday Messrs Fred tiagan and Evan Rogers were in Lebanon last Friday Mr Fred Deppen of Louisvillje has been engaged as bak r at Hertleins Mrs A C Lake has returned frpui a visit 10 relatives at Rip ley Ohio Mr and Mrs C C McChord are visiting in Louisville and Frankfort Miss Susie Moore of Bards town is visiting the Misses CampbellMrs Haydon of Nelson county is visiting her daughter Mrs Leo Haydon R H Edelen and William Spalding of Bardstown visited friends here Sunday Messrs Will Hagan Wathen Simms and Mr McCarty were in Lebanon Sunday Miss Lizzie Leachman i visit ing her sister Mrs W H Sweeney in Louisville Mesdames G A Dohonoy and Winchester Phillips of Lebanon were over yesterday I Mr Art Lucas of Sullivan lcd is here to accept the posit ion of clerk at the Walton Mrs A W Colvin of Bards town visited her daughter Mrs Dudley Tappthe pastweek Mrs Thomas epaldingof Bardstown visited her parents Mr and Mrs Ben Haydon this week Mr and Mrs Eugene Hardesty of tiebanon were guests of Mr and Mrs hss Mclntire Sunday Miss Nora Mdni ire and Mr Pete Soiensen of Louisville were guests or Mrs Walter Reidel Sunday Mr Will E Blandford the popular merchant of Blinco was in town yesterday and paid the NewsLeader office a call Hon John W Lewis went to Louisville Tuesday where he is engaged in the defense of Ir Sam Grume charged with maJic ious shooting Mr E N Hundley of Leba non was over the tirstj ofth week witha big crop of tobacco which he sold to the American Tobacco Co Misses Fannie and Mattte Durham ancl George Durham who have been esidents of Tay lor county have tome to live with their brother Mr Richard DurhamMr Hays ofMaple sm wu in town ye ter4ay to have a friendly chat witk the Board of Supervisors whose es timate of the value of kii eaUte has increased in the laAfe year MUses Frances Margini aai Eunice ONan att M d ibe 4L1r tOrifoll Contest aJeigui Fri day evening They wire guests of Miss Florence Lyne until Tuesday when they returned home Rev W H Williams accom panied his sister Miss Bessie to Louisville Wednesday mOrn- ing Miss Williams will leave for Italy in a few days where she will visit her sister at Rome jeveral months I Tkit CMetof Sewer Editor NEWSLEADER The history of the Hertlein sewer is about ibis The part under Hertleins house which is built of 21 inch sewerDipe was put in when Marks Green built Hertleins house 1 was employed 10 give grade for the sewer and did give grade from the curbstone on Main Street td withm about 25 feet of the alley in the rear of this property As there was a three foot by three foot culvert under Main Street at that time I did venture to suggest that the 21 pcb pipe was too small to carry properly the water but my sug gestion was passed unheeded and with contempt Four or five years later when the sewer was extended 10 the branch Iwas not even asked to give grade and the small matter of reducing a 21 inch bore to an IB inch bore was pfassed over lighjtly and cheaply Last Spring when Mayor smock approached me about extending the sewer across Main Street we discussed the matter I advised against reducing the capacity of the old culvert across Main Street I told him in substance that tor continue the small sized sewer across Main Street would only result in endangering the property north of the street without giving apy releif to toputIfeet square box culvert To say tbat lam responsible f rthe chkoebore conditions is unjust ungenerous and decidedly untrue to the history of this sewer Respectfullyj SIMPSON ROBERTS Jan 22 1906 Car ii Tmks I desire to think all kind friends and neighbors for theirI kindness tons during the last illness and death of my fatherI Respectfully CLPrice AiMlRlstratirs Sale All persons having claims against the estate of Frances Lowber deceased will present Same to me at my office in Springfield properly proven on or before March 1st 1906 for settlement W F Grigsby Administrator Htiscftr Silt I wish to sell privately my residence in Springfield oppo ite the Graded School building This is a new building modern in every respect and one of the most desirable houses in Spring field For lather particulars apply to JohnL Searcy lawyers N tlte All persons owing taxes tQ me as deputy sheriff are notified that unless settlement is made of same within 80 days that I will proceed against the property for collection J S OSBOURNE 24t Sheriff W 0 Spleadla Kill Caitain E S Grogan author et The Nile ns ifSaw It gives this deacrt p tlon of n pit of scenery near the ked wates of tlie river of PtuA JeBr slimy pool ot putrefying re8t vllMM foul tish foregather and great pythoM writhe and rtorge themselves on hideow toads and slither Jong gleaming bands of gold through IflbyrlBtAi of fetid green and purple spume where the fireflies dawje great butterflies flasto dragon flies glint and the sucksuck 9t swamp the roar of hujje bellied frogs the cicadas scraim flffS lnadIminor key where in tke easelscI struggle between fruition and decay death whish A FiakIaE 8 lder A peculiar spider that iis fooM la parts of South America principally the vicinity of Bu nojs Ayres catches flail at certain seasons of the year IK a shallow part of the stream It weave I sldec1orIt great numers about the spiders nest sfcow plainly that it thoroughly under stands itbu1BeH A Patati Diiea Senior FartherWhat are you look 11mI so glum over Junior Partner Got a note from my wife thatthe P8 lost Now If i dont sympathlxe for Mer a whole lot she will say I am a coM ob100dm brats and if I do syapatbtM ike will suspect that 1 birsd soaees to steal the dog sad ami jmtt ctaiGUlte wltm her tK a bif brWsTflsISsR b tT MAKES OlD 1 NGNEW DttIIraLoafer Itwfflmalce tb Whole Jateriocof yocrlioa aWllkeneir 5 mating refiatsJun oeircT rniaWi tlir 71 lytlllneceMry t a atJ IJ llbtdVL rorigiu1i TIH ever n ed1ritA a ece li l doth dJMcxpaiea0e Ja nccMeaiy Jjb 1 drying to traitLor RemoegaIli iiiii1ijistains dirt dtdlneM It am be appBed t Ep1to any I1IWith betie6cW iseiltg Nat IiorIiira1wood M wcflam arccois1nt iT bebetterflta QlcXrquicV TT y lJbelook from the Pkno and other Hafcoganr iudk ghlbet z fk 3I1 tddolfeaOtt WhiteF Gi1t uc1 DU ft elk at 50 cents abottk and abottlck w fkto renovate the ordinary homel Iy itath yotiirillaiwatit lIe I A few tri butU atsseli J1 r ZOLDr I TheRed Cross Drug Storer1 j 5 k qoQOOOQ QOcH Q FridayF Jao 26irl J IS THE DT ftL J i iL + kt 1 1ifl + it Ouzmanwi11behere with + tl J 1I4 H Ladies Tailored Sui- r ts t 1A tr i1k 5 itSJ JfEtff v Shirt Waistf Viff ffI4 f Covert JjLcKet 0i s j I 1 ft1 L Rain Coat4g tit g SeparateL Skirts j = 7 FCR i itlt Ii 1 7 t j1 Come ip drsee what Ji1 has and leave your otfder so J tthtw as to haveref WJli nB rP iB Jt t opens Your pre4iitwi112 Ct f 1 irJ b tJer t I 0 BROSf- t h 2 Pi t f IIROBERT8ON iL r jj to6jOt j 14 4 44 +f 1 i i Speciall I LLiflenIJL11 ttl ANDr r fij i 2 Embroidery kfl1Oie J I 1 i Thursday ftd Friday I i February 1st an42d J J i We will9I ffer peC1albaraLtll fliTia Linens atid Hahnburgs Jfcl f i Foil THESE TWO0 DAYS tf i Remember the Dats ane4cone Iin lt will pay you fll r J t ar oTtrfrffs J l 7Il i r llISi llllII I srI =1 ftL9 OFFlcERsI r Llthey PreeWeat Joan I V1ces1deut JI XFf cElror Ca kkrI B CaIn Ai Uuk1ar R L ta 1fMkr BeoKspsr iIDIRECTOIS B L Litsey JW Lewj F I Camp S I lieU Jr H JjeenK Werranteveryfaver 1inJJ coolstea Jihf bigKtIpectfuUV101IcJtei flUUUUUUflUl JS S T ODD BANKING tRROBS 1 REMEDIABLE MISHUS MID SOME THAT ItCT D The Ea1aIThM M4t Ca Sk k Wfcfofc 1V aP4I Wft tlta rlII- II A4Iv DOWfl emtomtr c a baa e4 ti Uaea Ot a ctMcl + Ig a itfavBife TtHk tie teller Irl wtwn 6 t ijraa M bftlwate tttias Wbei 1 fcnMd ifiMMd threw over tlMI F f l tfce tgier cointed him out M the Hkeck paswd to tlw Ite dfeeovered it was oot ftM w i ti a remediable mistake but v ii at th Glrardthe I ijappeaed i Ulptiia iM not have so taff JLCttStomer asked T the Mier jto lMJa ee lWt book It waa iM llMii he WA credit foi 3500- twiMiwthat Glv me sight ex f ctaa c tmllMuto lie said WbsB ttje b u k balanced its books It warn ftivBK0 abert the Bum for xvhlch jjp vita dinrk liwi written the exchange and H th cui1et klmsclt had jsjgned EtWe ike bayer of the exchange ji MJI atone a tet me trip and had for aMed tb t fciU at exchange to his cor viwdei s Iii Lc id i0 but until the i bak esubl ideate their customer they cowMT wot jaacertalm l the whereabouts of J the ssI g draft All that could be 4 wu JMtify tiKehr correspondents II Las ei net to pay its face The ex JV wka prevented IB London for 1 ftIII a iot ad protested When kp bi Mewed 1p liewaaabeto JMk a t eMi atart in the transaction t fltral Mid lteut but the hank sseticd tfc aervices ot a clerk who jtiril prtvtaMly bees a valued eni jfcj Mtatakei W this Wad are not fn qiMftt io teanciAlllinstitutions but on- eS task glftce to the defunct Globe 2a trdl bihk la Chicago that never did pet strai tMeeed out customer drew a check for 1000 and a confidential j ctetk wj seat for the money It was i a Sito some 400 and the paying lier demurred at paying it t The ck appealed to the cashier who v coMepti to pay the full amount and put his dUals on the check r waa a Uot people at the YJl1ereI dew wj ai the clerk returned waited Btll the teller was relieved tiea wi te the cheek for 10000 Jn tatd af 1000 rhecasbters initials bwere a aaraatee and the check was paid wiilto ut question The clerk had j ba t isted employee in a brokerage I jMHue bit the sudden chance to get a large ufea e money was too great a I teiaptatk a The bank stood the loss The ei ie with which a mistake can be mad is Illustrated by a fraud in te Ijest thai was played upon William M i 8inerly of Philadelphia He was Jtmon other things president of the it Chestnut Street National bank anti among ills particular friends were Frank oran the old negro minstrel aiid JSicjard Lennon a polIUcian and laerchan all of them members of the Benevolent amd Protective Order Of V Elks ontL lull of practical jokes A tt y man up In Erie had Issued a facsimile e acetified cheek as an advertise s Jocat tt was for 300 drawn upon the Uanlc of Good Will and indorsed by the cashier of the National Bank S of t3oodp Fortune It was tamped i and looked like bona fide co imercial paper bne of them reached the hands of Moran tnt Lennon who strayed 4 r into the presidents office Just before rbanking hours were oyer and asked him to cash lt MrSIngerIy with a glance n1 the amount appended his in I Jtials ni4 calling a clerk directed hIm Ifto bring him five 100 4 HIs for the ij cheek flic clerk took It to the teller who counted out the money and re turned i to gingerly wfio passed it to 3Lennon Moran invited the president to meet pilm at a road house on Wis skhickonl drive In two hours and wcnt y arnyNext morning m making up cheeks jfor the clearing house the Sphony lone was detected and refer eil to Me Slngerly wbo simply salt I bought jTramk was spending a lot of enoneytnst mghtIe gave us ai mlglity good supper But the lodge o lksbad fun over that check atj Jmany a Q1ceq1entscsson It nlst Infrequently happens that a 7b maa writing a check enters one sum In Hfures anti another sum in writing out dm full This is of course mere land vertence and the check reaches the i bank on which It Is drawn the lesser aiaourit is the one that Js paid i3T e other day a grocer In JfewTork r cashed such a cheek for a customer for ffQtbE amount that was written out V and the amount the customer asked Qr but the figures were for 3 Tim grocer tjok only a cursory glance at the paper and the next day sent it wIth ttber cheeks te his lank whcro It wasr accepted for 5 In a like way pf carekMaess persons orten forget to date their cheeks Usually the bank wiIl supply the date on small checks oa current account but on Important jjumg They will be thrown out Paymaster B Jv WJiitehouse of the f Jiayy attached to the European squad ron once drew nt Plymouth for OI t iopp on jf S Morgan Co London aid presented the draft to the Piym wata branch of the Bank of England ivDui mortey was to be used by the crow i Iofthe cruiser1 Boston who were to i Jite 4ore leave at Plymouth It was indorsed by jtiie commander of the ship jand beUjaItcd States consul at Plym- thr aid the consul went to the t4baak wijr the paymaster for the mon ejTlHj1 manager declined to pay the vfAAft uatll was accepted by J il6rgantiikC0 because he did not know llie officers The draft must be f drawn lit triplicate he explained and they fcljould be dated as omonatbig fraIR tbe Bl jD and altogoUwr he was TerTTiurl to the visitors A dispatch frnra iTftvirnit brought n satisfactory aacceptance and the manager of tire i VPJyouth bank counted forth the mon 1ey itt Bank of Enijland notes one of wWckHr Whitehouse took up and ffli akwd At plght the Bank of fug 4 JaM will pay to bearer I t Tbijrfe a iiate of hand he said It Ii ot accepted I yill take gold I dont kfiOw anything about this paper Itjot a legal tender The teak maaager had nothing to doc tot to jet t fethcr 5000 gold sover I TrkJflik did with bad grace and c ue aiid the consul left con r C tbeaweivM that they were l r wift the PiMouth ranch rthe iMiid A few tI ufter j tfce pftymaeter jr cffve a letter i Morgaa icCQ asking author j WPP the date to ids drafts ifc at P nwutfa WhiCh bad carried tf ttk w which drawa hit not th q tf4 all the MUtlui over tIMIIIa tbv fta4 fobe thro b Undated T1 I date exebsage reuIt4 tII WVy St Ite greatest K l Eof oiety fVsaeetufly drijoE ant f1 5si a te er H fOopawoI r ijiqweii Biotners uaiogier the uaiiu ofEngland forgers Tue forgers bad a runuWg aeeohlirat the west end Twanch Ot fJe 8kO aJtdtJn Latido- ual4PlIW d eiticcept CIl hange- st 1 FIX jiitIkdrMwa on mot1fSchn It4oe c1Ly4Te14rst bIlI were good tfte ecG1uLti3 friludufntji elena lug this lost JjrOject they presented foigedpapr forOOOOO luteaIeSsv jg ly left outt the date of Acceptances The nte seiigcr of the Bank of England branch was jiistructfel tb drop Into Rothschilds and hare them supply the Bilsslng date ge dldiQnnq In a moment Was surrtuided by the bnnK of fiwrs In teuiijiiluutes the news of the forgery was in jetcrybanTc In England The forgers escaped tp Amerlca were arrested extriulited dud sentenced to UfefImprisonnin ScmIstnkhS ot this kind omctinie 4 work for gopd r as Well as ill A case wliich partook something of the nature of both good rfnd ill Is related of a broker IIn New York who found himselfl iresseil for moneyjat a time when he had to pny a great many 1Wbntthat time lie must fail So he facetl settling lay with n cairn front and epolly sent out checks to all his credit ors unsigned In fojjrdasthey all were back again By that time ho had made his bank balance good and sent out checks signed tllia time with an apology for the oveRsjght New York rresS CLEVER POLITflCAL POEM Written by nnirsI4nxThirlnw tire RebcllloB of 1708 What Is spoken of a6 0119 of thecley crest political poems ever composed was written by Arthur Connor Qr OConnor the fricndf of Lord Ed ward Fitzgerald and like him prominent figure in the Irish rebellion of liDS He was arrested at Margate that year when on his way to France On a secret mission After being detained In Kli nfalnham jail fjorsome time lie was nt length removed with other political prisoners to Fort George In Scotland It was while on his way thither thai he distributed copies of the following poem which fnsregalllMnSn proof of Ills return to loyalty The qpraftjOf courts nnd pride of kings Ipr above nil earthi thIngs l1ovo my L5olmntl7 but thciIng Above all men Md praise I sing The royal banners art displayed And may su6cess the 8nndard aid I fain would banish far from hence The Rights of Man and common sense Confusion to Wij odious reIgn That foe to prlHcesJ Thomas Paine Defeat and ruin seize the cause Or France Its liberties and laws If the nb v lines be rad continu ously they seernto express very loyal sentiments byt If iou read the first Hue of the first verse and then the first line of tile second verse you will find that they breathe the spirit of rampant rebellion Tim pomp qf courts an pridq oC kings fain woilid banish lax Cro91 henee I prize above all earthlr things Tho Rights Man and common sense I loe roy counl1but the king Confusion to his odious reign Above all men hIs pralso I sing That Lao of prlrices Thomas PaIne Tlio royal banners arel displayed iiofcat and fUIn sellTo the cause Apd may tucfcs the tandard aid Of FranciIts liberties and laws Arthur OCeinor ultimately made his way to France where in 1807 he mar ned the daughter of the Marquis de Condorcet He entered the French arnijvand ross to tlijcrank of generaL His death took pfajio In April 1852 jrhen he was elghty evcii ypirs of age The Jnnluii Letters In Lord Hdljanfts rcuiinlsccnces there Iff a storj told on the authority of Lord Albemarle ioucerniug the au tliorshipof the Junius letters All bemarle was prescnlj at a dinner where a conversation w isj started between Dudley Korthtand eir Philip Francis The former rallied tUe latter somewhat rudely as the author of Junius and said it was yajn to djcny It Francis grew angry and with more solemnity than was usual exclaimed Do you meanjto ell me seriously that I am a scoundrel or liar I have de wed distinctly my belng the author lond after that thiy who believe I am must believe sue tQ be a liar or a scoundrel or blpth Dudley forth then changed his battery At lat he said In short it Is Idle to talk so much about it We nil in truth know bow it Is Lloyds tiordGreuville s private secretor wrbte the letters anti you corrected the press Fraricisnt these WordS aecmedstaried and answered as Albemarle tliongljt with emotions of surprise You iaVe mddewor3e guess cs sir In your ilfe than futcCh cln The jIIIftl Is riot with out honor III The Calcutta Statesman tolls how a doctor In a lien gal Tiospltal ihad a bearskin doormat III a few dayn it was plucked entirely bare Whatever aliments the patients complained of they regarded a few hairs from the doctors mat as more curative than the medlfil1C3he pro seribeck l The Ltt Word BobbyLc every fqrd Inthls diction ary pa PccIyO1i my child Every little while ft new word comes Into the language Bobby Whats the latest word pa jPeckley Your ma will tell you She always has the ITt Wonien as Well as Men IAre Made Miserableby- Kidney trouble r Kldnsy trouble pfeys upon the mind dlJ iourgges and lessens ambilion beauty vigor MiSJ and cheerfulness soon 4Ii 7 vJt S disagpcsir when the kid tTJ6 neys are out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent f Vr Sl 4t it is not uhcomrnon f J 7frf a child to be born SJ afflicted with weak kid = If theneys phlld urin ales ttco often if the urine scalds the flesh orlft when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage It Is yet 1 1cted with bed wetting depend upon It The cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first jotep should be towards the treatment of these important SI This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condltlori of the kldneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women asrHa men are made axis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot is soon realized It IS sold by druggists in fifty f Wcent and one dollar siza Yolmay ave a samIsboltie bir mail fr also pamphlet teil ot svpiuot about itf InclMdififf many of the itnds of testimonial jetttrs received zuffeI4rs cured Is writing Dr Kilrrler P Cot Bingiitmtcn If y be sun zMrtkiz plfer t jjjj Uf iThaf s what a prominent I iig gist said ofScQtts1 i1 Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer totestimonials in adthesinththe public but the above remark tid similar expressions are made so often in eonnec tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scqtts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im proper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The action of Scott Emulsion is no more Q fa secret than the Composition of the Emul ion itself What it does it does through nOUrish- ment the kind of nourish meat that1 cannot be obtained in ordinary food No system is too weakl or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We wittunctvou aisample true BcturethatthUpictujre in the format a abcftzonthcwrappCI- cfcverybGttkOfEmUIIOYQU buy SCOTT BOVINE Chemists 409 Pearl St NY SOc ami aUrugg1sts ESKIMO WOMEN hade Arctic Tribe have Little Re Bpect For Marriage fond The United States general agent of education in Alaska writing In the Metropolitan Magazine of life among the Eskimos says iuregnrd to the wo men of the trIbes There Is no special ceremony among the Alaskau Eskimos connected with marriage If Jthe parties are young it Is largely arranged by the parents Among some of the tribe the husband lotus the wifes family and is expected 0 hunt and fjslj for tbem If he re uses to give his fatheriuhfw the furs ic takes he iIS driven dut of the house and some one else more active and obedient is installed us husband of the girl Sometimes a young woman has in turn ten or twelve husbands before she final ly settles downn permanent mar tied state Under this condition of things it is not strange that the women become Indifferent and often untrue to their husbands Love and mutual af fection have so little to do with the marital relation that occasionally busS bands and wives are Interchanged For instance in one of the northern villages dwelt a family of expert fish ers and another that was successful at hunting the reindeer One year the fisherman thought he would like to bunt reindeer Finding that his neIgh- bor would like to try fishing they ex changed wives for the summer The woman who was a good hunter went oft with the fisherman nnd vice versa Upon returning home in the fall they returned to their respective husbands Eskimo wives are frequently beaten by their husbands and sometimes toi escape abuse commit suicide Occa slonnlly a wife reslstsand physically stronger thrashes the husband Polygamy prevails to n limited extent Fre quently the sccejnd wife Is looked upon and treated as n servant In the family Among Eskimos tile snipe as among Jill uncivIlized people womans Is n hard lot and yet notwithstanding all her disadvantages she has n voice In both village nnd family affairs The husband neither mnkcs an Important bargain nor plans a trip without con suIting and rcf errjtigJ to his wife Large families of children ore the exception Jew have above Your Tbjo drudgery of women is such that they sometime tie stroy their offspring particularly if the child be n girl If a jfamlly Is very poor they sometimes give away to childless neighbors all their children limIt one Thus during childhood n boy may pass from one to another to be adopted by several falnllles iii turn Children are also sold by their parents the usual market prlcejbf a child behlH a sealskin bag 6f oil or nn old sultof clothDs The children are glvehuqmes Of van ous animals bird fish sections o country winds tides heavenly bodies etc Sometimes they have as many us six names Children are rarely punished They generally have their own way and are usually treated with great kindness bY their own or foster paid eats CbavIfgenerally is to eon tract a dihat of heat to cspand Tjils general Jmor nature fludfe no excep ilon in our bodies and Avhcn any por tion of tho body gets cold the blood vessels which traverse It contract with the result that the flow of blood is dil minished Subsequent exposure to bsnt causes the blood Vessels to resume their fbrmer size anti If anything to slightly exceed It owing to tim reaction on the effects of the previous cold The result of these different operations Is very naturally to crack the surface of thcskin and form the unpleasant IltUe wounds which we cull chaps Thisl annoyance may W prevented by cxav cislng care not to expose the bandffto the extremes of cold and heat If the hands do get thoroughly chilled cnrtil should be taken to see that they arc Warmed again as gradually as possible A 3ihiug like putting them to n hot Ore mind thus Inducing a rapid change lu their condition cannot fall to Induce chaps Vr Dean Snlft It Is related of Dean Swift whose sa Mrlcal wit funll bed many of the keen ofet cjilgrams found tin the history of hIs lUmcl type of literature that twO orc3 cuipe to lifa house one stormy night to be married Time dean having oilicd for the night therap at hiadoor loon brought him to n window over l kUig the expectant couple Leaning ut of It nnJ over them and learning l 1e object of their errand he exclaimed tf wTout anj VCJCUK delrty Join your Wgnt nahaa Then pronouncing them man and wiCe be added the following rhyth mical elaboration of the Scrptwrt What God hath joined together ret no man put asunder Here undcr this wlndo In stormy weather I join this man and woman together Let none but ho who mode the thunder Ber put this man and woman Sunder IJnptnntlngreceive the first consideration The hprth wind must have its force rudeI This may be accomplished by planting evergreens for wind breaks But it IsI best to attain the end without tho forma1 array of a straight border which is often too nssective Tho out buildings should be placed to do part of the work but so as not to show too plainly that this wnsIn view Between the buildings groups of evergreans may be placed so aa t8 make a pleasing va riety add a beauty of their own and effectually complete the wind breaking circuit In all our northern states the northwest wind isl the enemy whoso asI caults must bo guarded against But we have severe winds from the north and northeast and IheSe points should also be efteethahly covered James Wood In Qartlen Msigazlne Picks anti Art of Mr Frederick Mac fleeasculptor began when as fIve yours scarcely tall enough to reach up tor the top of the kitchen table he modeled little tlguros In dough Two years later be discover etia better material for hjs purpose At that time a white wax chewing gum was much iin fashion among dill dren Young MacMonules saved his odd pennies until he could buy what he wanted of It and then ho inndc from It an equestrian statue of George Washington which la stillinmong the family treasures When be was ten years pll Barnums clrcqs came to town Ho was an eu thushisllc admirer or the parade and when the elephant appeared he became Intense lIe watched every motion and studied every line ofthq strange beast Then he rushed into the house and working as fast ashel could modeled from memory a clay elcphantof which he need not be atshained today At thirteen he carved a likeness of n pet bullfrog Ot of a Belgian jfavlng block with an Ico pick forj d chiselLWorids Work A rough lcit tory Of the food served tto Ih at sallors In tIle British 11117JJr 1QP j6ai ago a recent historian sgy jA shins com pany hall to slAra orule upon the old meat returned front various ships and routed out from time obscure eel lars of the victualing yards Frequent ly It had been several1 yquri in salt before It came to the cdok7 by which time It needed rather a magician than a cook to make It eatablg It was of a strong hardness flbrous shrunken dark gristly and glistening with salt crystals Strange tales were told about It old pigtailed seamen would tell of horseshoes found In the incut casks of curious barkings and nothings hoard in the slaughter houses anti of negroes who disappeared near tbd victualing yaidsto be sccuiio more Xbq salt pork was gcncrairy ratllqr bitter than the boot but the sallorslcbhld carve fancy articles such as boxesit out of either meat SIIorac ztidictlIcIue Healthy horses rofjulre no niedlch- nebuthijre somiTJtjIual pars sltesdl 0 many kiniL4Of wnttTh thfit affect horses that constant supervision pays Almost all young horses are bet ter for n few feeds of sulphur in the springtime horsemen like to given little worm medicine and each man Las his favorite A good many worm medicines are harmless and if administered to a healthy colt will do no harm Usually n keen horseman knows whether worm remedies are nec essary or not but III case of doubt It Is a little safer to give the mcdiclie pro vided the medicine is really harmless Some medicines are harmless and some arc not Stimulants are not necessary anti stimulating medicines should never he given except on the advice of a veterinarj St Louis Republic Glndntoiif Speech For Irvine Gladstone was a great admirer at Sir Henry Irving and this admiration yns shown oho lay in time house of corn mOllS Irving was under the gallery In the house when suddenly without ap parent reason Gladstone Reaped to his feot and delivered an Impassioned speech set off with all time expression and dramatic gesture for whjch he was so famous iThe hguso seemM surprised Members looked at one ouother end murmured What Is the old man now upto They thought It was some deep political game But a week or two later n friend of Irvlngs cncoun terjns Mr Gladstone mentioned the actors visit to house and Gladstone eagerly Inquired What did he think of my speech I made It for him J SUlnhltis n Snl lc Tile method of skinijlng a sable la to draw the skin over head without any Incision in the hotly The foot and tall are left as part of the fur Every thirtieth of an tych Is valuable fjor the average lengtlx of animal Is only twelve inches and the tall about six Indies In the reign of Henry VIII the use of sjiule was forbidden to t uy below a vlsouunt A cont lined with sables is oft n worth from 300 to Itoo A Bet of sable tails cim hardly be sold for lessl thQn IZQ London Standard IJaeutUlUJ Snail In creation are suinll beetles S mie 1them habitually inqve only a Coot or two in an hour but this slowness partlydue to time fnct that hoy tcmao motionless at Intishafe By nicasurin the distance covered by nimlls whca they were kept going constantly It ha tI been found Unit time niiixlmuiti speed of n good liLalthj is live and a half Whats feet nnbpurIyoure theier askHj the grocer Fresh itijigs replIed the pew clerk Make It Fresh laid cgg- mVhyereverybody knows the eggs were fresh when they were laid Exactly and thats nil that UH safe for us to say about them Phlladel phla Press Real Merit heal merit ot any kind 5annot be long concealedl It will be discovered and nothing cnn depreciate it but a mans exhibiting it himself It may not always be rewarded as It qnqlit but It will always be known Chester IItWWN S Wi f DISCOVERY WMSvrtly Slap That Coutli w TIM WHIot Swellln fames Mitchell who died lIn or abmt 3833 in the county ot Narln In Steot lhad and was born blind oa UovllJ- W5 recofniaed says the WrII1 fit Wonders 1Ulerentpersons by smell Imig The famous Mr Boyle mentions a Slind man jit Utrecht who could dis tinguish differentmetals by the differ ent odors and Martinis records the wboInatives who habitually abstained from animal food have a sense ot smelling which Is so exquisitely delicate that they can tell from which well a vessell of water has been obtained It has been related that by smell alone the negroes of the Antilles will detect the footsteps of Frenchman from those of n negro Marco Marcl has left an coutdjellmIldeswhofrom Aleppo to Babylon willl tell by smelling the desert sand how near they are to the latter place The Folly ojf Chan Re A California judgej told the following story Montana Jack a highwayman prosecuted and convicted while I was district attorney wsls a great humor ist The day he received his sentence the judge asked him whether be had anything to say against sentence being passed upon him Jack admitted that he had no protest to make but that he would like to say a few words to the young meif In the courtropni Consent was given and Jack spoko as follows 4Boys my adylce to you is to stick to whatever you are doln Dont change your occupation or youll never get along In the world Look at me I was a successful burglar for years never got caught and collared lots of dough Then I turned highwayman and got caught in my first holdup And hero I am all the result of changing lIlY occupation Whatever you are boys stick to It San Francisco Chronicle Paul Revere Dentist Was Iaul Revere la dentist Tile following advertisement published In the Bpston Gazette and Country Journal of Reveres time believed to prove that he was Whereas many persons are so unfortunate as to lose their Foreteeth by Accident and otberways tto their great Detriment not only In Looks but speaking both in Public and Private Tills is to Inform all such that they may have them replaced with artificial ones that looks as well as tlifr Natural answers the end of Speaking to all Intents by Paul Revere Goldsmith near the head of Dr Clarkes Wharf Boston All Persona who have had false Teeth fixt by Mr John Baker Surgeon Dentist andtbey have got loose as they will In time may have them fastened by the above who learnt the Method of fixing them from Mr Baker- A Weird Old IlonJie There Iff an old manor house ntt Knarcsborougb England parts ot which were built years ago Itha fine place with magnificent panel lug in the rooms a bedstead In which Cromwell once slept n yrlests hiding place null a ghost The priests hiding place Is concealed by a spring door lime present Qccupant of tIme house says that during the night sounds of foot Sfejs fife heard on the lauding apd l ilfi linposible to keep the door of this broom closed On on occasion the foot steps were accompanied by n loud bump at the door of another room During some recent restorations the 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