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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w i mbe Vft JrlU Itl ntIj L DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON tOUNTVI J VOLUME II SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 111906 VMIEIy II EASTER MILLINERY I AT MRS WILLIAMS I I will have a special display of Misses and Childrens Hats I IAIstyles at popular prices It will be to your i terest to see them S 11R MRS1 WILLIAMS 4P4vs4To j ADVERTISE Bible Class Tries it With Gratifying Results Knoxville Tenn April 8That a page of advertisement in a newspaper will increase the attendence pf the Sundayichoolthe Cumberland Bible class the teacher of the class 0 P Sterling and the Rev W T Rodgers pastor of the First Cumberland Presbyterian church and other officials of the church The Attendence at this class Was not so large as in other departments of the church and Sundayschooland where the matter was brought up at a meet iug it was decided to try a page advertisement in the local paper The novel advertisement appearedt and naturally it attracted tention and comment The practical results were noticeable this morning at the Bible class The membership had in the week increased onethird Scores of inquiries written and verbal hays been made to the church officials about the class and many young men have promised to attend The officials that no money was ever spent moreI advantageously by the church Bitten by Horse Kentucky StandardMr W F Thorhbury while currying one of his horses last Saturday was painfully bit ten by the animal It became enraged from some unknown cause and seized Mr Thornbury by the head with its teeth and hurled him against the stable walls with such force as to render him partially unconscious He however dealt the horse a heavy blow and es caped from the stable A painful wound about an inch and a half in length and reaching the bone was inflicted upon Mr Thornbury and he was otherwise bruised He is well known here where he sells wood nearly every day in the week Thirst Proves fatal Glasgow KY April 5Del Turnerij the thirteen yearold son of J R Turner a farmer of Goodnight this county died last night as a result of drinking corrosive sublimate by mistake for alcohol The poison which was labeled alcohol had bead used in houa- cieaning the day before and the bottle containing a small quantity was placed upon a shelf by Mrs Turner The boy who though but thirteen years old i said to have been addicted to the use o whisky and thinking he was drinking alcohol took a swallow of the poison He lived nine hours r + Suboilliafor The dun 100 yea r rers tlodgen Lebanon Enterprise An unusuall pretty weddiiig was that of Miss Bessie Rogers and IJr Will S Hodgen which was celebrated at the home of the yesterdaditernoon Y Performthe a coupleImmediately atternoonIJust piece ing the wedding march which was layed by Mr Mack Mc Chord Miss Elizabeth Edwards sangI Sing Me to Sleep The bride is the daughter of Mr an Mrs W C Rogers and is one of the countys mo t attractive and lovabl- young ladies while Dr Hodgen is prominent dentist of this city Thfcy presentsjpopularity of the young people Upon their return t ey will makq their home 1rsRguests at the edding were Mesdames anMisses EVanl Marion Items Falcon Rer Irvine Miller died last week at his lome at Walnut Grove agande Run neighbor aod this count Paul taste son aged 18 was kills by a train ir Louisville Tuesday anil Hopehis Dr Beardof Bradfordville purchased this veek from Browne De honey a fiveY arold gelding for 200 IMorS Hattie McCann died hianda- emorning at 5 oclockat the home of her brotherin aw Rev S G Shelley of this city af er a lingering illness of consumption Postmaster C nways time expires o April 24 and speculation as to whol succeeds him 1nosv ripe The candi dates are the resent incumbent and noIsurveeyS oasyfor Mr Coruvay i Blood Poisoning whitfgermsfromnaiigeahoadachegrip iJ orr1iIf ifort 25c Guaranteed at C J Haydun s drug store = t 4 L yalIA R OppiRWUHTY Swe t earis1 lJ I i youvelonged 1 young lady with a lovely diamond riiuf Ytiurc iure to be hnuMy if ring and other presents are bought of me To rove it try lIII JAs y e oRASe l r 2i IfUSTLING fJ NES Buys 5000 Dozen eggs In Les rrhan a DayA Big En terprise l Mi M H Jones Springfields hunt I ling oultry man received at his poultry ouse here Monday evening after 6 oclock over 5000 dozen eggs This is only Qne of the many evidences of activity on the part of Mr Jones 0 Monday morning he decided that he must make a carload shipinent of eggs on Tuesday and in less than one hour after he came to this decission he had six teanrn ngthe county As a result 01thIs egprfy rolled into thaYt stud made rea4y fgr shipment Thats byhalvesman to tunnel through mountains hed get through em before the other fellow got a good start The poultry business as conducted by Mr Jones is an enterprise which is Washnn every encouragement by the people Mr othisf month Sincce he has been here he bustdness encour farmers to produce more poultry and has stimu theaHIGH SCHOOL HOTES bOJtheWhoso bloweth his onsame shall be blown with Whoso bloweth not his own horn the same shall not be blown at all Spring fever has begun to he felt among some of our students From the violence of the attack on some o patients the teachers and professor are beginning to fear an epederriic The Literary and Debating Society met ridgy afternoon for an impromptu comp sition What would I do if I were wortha million was answered thde e gained Springfield may look forward to some guest and much needed 1mproveI meats Ollie Barber was again hurt on the playground last Thursbay by a baseball striking him on the lip This is the is second accident he has happened to this dislocateY d n As a result of Qllie Barb to speakon account of his rSinahihI the debate that was to pav Pnostftone next t Above a dQn youthful culpritS havo received chastisement benoath the Tlido principal cause was playing hookey dNapoleonpleasure of Jwying tod many friends So numerous have become his midnight calls over the telephone that according to the answer at his endof the line he tivi weeks He hits apneaied however every morning at school without signs of nocturnal auflVrinjj As his cannot think itlmt Will would not til to them oyerlthu phone jf he Were able to do so his Sudden illness and sudilen recoveries are + ausinghiahoatof friends no little eomrerm r In addition td our representatives in tne Blue Grass High School went mentioned several weeks since John S McJ31oy has been selected to g represent us in English Literature John has much ability in this subject and we feel that he will make a good showing He has taken a thorough course in the subject and last week Started a revel ifrider Prof Thompson The advent of Mr Cox the photo grajher is being patiently awaited by our students One of the young Indies of the eighth trade diked especially for it the other day We were sorry disappoint her tho gh her charms set off by the extra adornment afforded 1 for us all a pleasant memory We have but five more weeks schoolfive f warm spring fever weeks Five weeks of consummation of friend thescome up is a pity that such good friends should part hut strange to say there are many to speed sod few to regret the time of adieux T INGE REMEMBERED =BY OUR LONG RUN CORRESPONDENT aWhile going through the woods the other day we saw prints of la bearclaw on the bark of a beech trek that made while the animal was climbing a tree We have often 8een these marks which must be very old for the bear disappeared from our country about the first of the last century but probably the last one killed in our country w on Pleasant Run in the summer of 1834 or 1835 It was thought it came from the Marion county knobs ass it seemed to be passing through TEach winter cause those who live on dirt roads to become more arid mpre dissatisfied with their situation We believe the time has come when every dirt road in our county should be piked or thrown out The age in which we livetthe traffic bf the county as well as e live on the dirt roads de mar d it It is easy and natural for a piketoabout the fellow who is taxed to keep up roads that he can hardly get to in winter and which do not in yeas the tmghiIf high prices would bring peace and ChbekUidIS eagerly desiring mord He is hkd the sea after receiving all the waters of the earth is not full But then the things of the world never did nor never will satisfy the craving of the human heart it should go out after Itfhave yet to learn Let us search for pearl of greatest prices even true riches that come down from above that only the Giver of all good anu perfect blessings can bestow The following figures might be ot interest to those timber owners who do not know the value of their oak logs 281n280Oak30 clear of knots and other defects when put on the car read for shipment But as we have little timber here the table useless so far as this immediate cinity is concerned but it may bo of benefit to somebody in other commum ties By the way on the headwaters of Long Run jnay still be seen a giant chincapine oak 4J feet through and ItsILOCUST GROVE Loe Godby of Mooresville spent last week with Mitt Eenchman JriMrs ManorviH Coulter died on the 4tb inst at the residence of Sam aged 80 years 10 months l1CfsonI She leaves four sons dono reesayttend sympathy to the liereaved iones Mesdtfmes Julia Lea limnnand uuna Baker spent one diiy last weJk with Mrs Lizzie lteea Sanford Bishop f of BloomfieJdand thekMrs Beulnh Clllybryokoof Spring field spent last with her fathers u IINelhe 1snaFret Vslnarsdnle of owenS ro is L Miss Nora Goodiet Is the peasant 1 IiJLitsey for 40 Rheuntatism Makes Life Miserable A happy home is the most v4iuable possession that iR within the re hofnumk n you cannot pnjoy ltd co ufoH if you are suffering frog rheum You throw asule t utsinetacEre3 whenF you inter yor home and you can ie nainsby andtUFosaleby i f1 t t Mettetnery H I i Openin I For Children and Misses of Springfield and Yashipon rCounty SATURDAY APRIL 14 beI3Older people may Children t this opening will strictly for Misses and 1handsome Line of Easter Hats 1 i THE KNOTT CO fttt0tII tlltuMuM 4 ttnlttlltHtHII 1ft tit McCHORD HONOREDElected Railroad Commission Washington April 6C C Mc ord chairman of the Kentucky Rail Commission came within one vote of being elected president of the Na tipnal Railroad Commissioners at their meeting today The vice presidency was then given him unanimously Mr McGhord made no effort to get the place but the ability with which he particitaned in the proceedings of the convention recommended him to the delegates for the ho or Mr Mc Chord would have been elected president on the first ballot only that four of his friends were unavoidably absent Asleep on the Trestle Harrodsburg Herald Elmo Robertson aged 14 years soriof Mr J J Robertson the jeweler land Samuel expolicemanxlaid down on the railroad trestle nea the colored Methodist church and soon in a drunken slumber They wee discovered and dragged of just fn time to prevent a train from crushing the life out of them On yesterday John Short aged 20 was arrested and placed in jail charged with supplying the two lads with the whisky It is alleged that one of the tboys gave him 10 cents and houghtIw up over matter Short will be tried this morning at 10 octyck Physicians report more pneumonia in Kentucky han ever known March weather the cause of it 14 T T T T T T T T T Death in Louisville j Kentucky Standard Louis Havdon iBHaYdnight watchman living at 1824 West Broadway Louisville died at the City Hospital at 9 oclock Tuesday night of an abscess of the ear which penetrated the brain She was admitteat the j institution March 21 Mrs Qlaudia Haydoh who underwent an operation Friday Mrs Haydons condition is such that she has not been informedof the death of her though it is thought that shelwillre cover The mother co tilJu of the nurse as to the condition of her daughter Jack Stock Sales r Messrs J Fj Cook Co of Vexing ton Ky report the following recent purchases of jack stock From W Si Gibbsr of Washington count t eight jacks land three jennets mqst f them by Dr McCord One a brotherand one a sister to Mikado the World s Fair hampion and the two earold jack Philajtro said to be the best 21 yearold in the State They were from yearlings to 5yearold The price is biggestrfngtoneyear 9ld jack 15 hands high from JW Harbisoha 3yearold 16 hadjack Jack15nandsearold15 hands high and from J R anlingjackHome JQ mal I A Badly Burned Girl outtnfpainplied pro ptly G J Welsh of Tekon mYifamilyIfind it perfect Quickest Pile cure known Best healing salve made 25c at C J aydons drug store j 1iJow iii r NEWIi 4 STOREFUrnishings hroger Bros of Philadelphia have rented UieBtirhstore room iii the Opera room formerly occupied by SprnstiPld Sunand have opened up a Gents Furnishings Store The Stock will consist ofi furillshingsffP CLLtc NGt PRESSING AND REPAIRING Terms C tSRAGER BROS shI i t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL II 1906 T II II MAJESTIC BAKING lj r i P0NST1447I4 j NOW GOING ON 1 t I I I Jbjsflc I j = J CIIY SATISFIED 3 t t 15 gal oust water te the point N boiling while breakfast is coo IaI Wh n water 15101 htt reservoir cantll1eVH away i p a IIII P lI From far off came the sound of firearms dozen shots were fired and reverberated down through the gloomy pass ahead of the conch They are lighting somewhere in the hills In front of answered the now frightened officer Turning quickly he saw the deserting horsemen halt listen minute and then spur their horses He cried out sharply the driver Come thcreTurn round We have no time to lose With savage grin the hitherto motionless driver hurled some Ing remark at the officer who InsultIi ready following his men now in full flight down the road and settling himself firmly the seat taking fresh grIp of the reins he yelled to his horses at the same time lashing them furiously with his whip and started the coach ahead at fearful pace His only thought was to get away fan possible from the Russian officer then deliberately desert the coach and Its occupant and take to the hills 1 CHAPTER IV mystified by they driver and at by the pace that careening along h the narrow rotd Beverly cried out to him her voice shrill with alarm Aunt Fanny was crouching on the door ot Stop Where ire you cried Beverly putting her head recklessly thnmgb the window If the imVn heard her he pave no evidence of the fact His face wasXsct forward and he was guiding the horses with a firm quivering baud The coach rattled and bounded along the dangerous way hewn in the side of the mountain misstep Or false turn might easily start the clumsy vehicle rolling down the declivity the right The convict was taking desperate chances and with cool calculating brain prepared to leap to the ground In case of accident and save himself without a thought for the victims inside Stop Turn around she cried in trtuzyuVe shall be killed Are you crazy By this time they had struck a descent In the road and were rushing along at breakneck speed into oppressive shadows that bore the first imprints of night Realizing at last that her cries were falling upon purposely deaf ears fleverly Calhoun sank back into the scat weak jiud terror stricken It was plain to her that the horses were was but onn conclusionhe was delib erately taking her farther into the mountaIn fastnesses his purpose known only to himself hundred ter rWhere pressure water used this malleable Iren pinextension Moreti ether supplies abundance ethet water to a 1111lac A A j us a to a on a a as as un A a on a a A is rcrs presented themselves to her as sic lay huddled against the side of the c neb her uyes closed tightly her tend r body tossed furiously about with the stray of the vehicle There was the fundamental fear that she would be dojshcd to death the side of the mbuntaln but apart from this her quick brain was evolving all sorts of possible euding uone short of abso lute disaster Even as she prayed that something might Intervene to check the mad rush aul to deliver her from the horrors of the moment the raucous voice of the dr vcr was heard caring to his horses anl the pace became slower The aw fu rocking and the Jolting grew less se ere the clatter resolved itself into a br ken rumble arid then tho conch stopped with a mighty lurch I raggIng herself from the corner pocr Beverly Caihoim no longer a dls da nful heroine gazed piteously out into the shadows expecting the mur derjouB blade of the driver to meet her as the did so Tauloff had swung from the box of the coach and was peering first into the woodland below anti then ing menus of escape Suddenly he darted behind the coach almost brushing ngrinst Beverlys hat as he passed the but even as she did so he too to his heels and raced back over the road they had traveled so precipitously Overcome by surprise and dismay shq only could watch the flight in hi leu e Less than a hundred feet from where the coach was standing he turn ed to the right and was lost among the roes Ahead four horses covered wlm sweat were panting and heaving as f in great distress after their mad run Aunt Fanny was still moaning nil praying by turns in the bottom of the carriage Darkness was settling dovn upon the pass and objects a Inn dred yards away were swallowed by the gloom There was no Hound 8ave the blowing of the tired animals ami the moaning of the oll nvgress Bever y oalized with ai Kinking heart that they were alone and helpless in the mot ntalns ikith night upon them SI e never knew where the strength and courage Jennie from but she forced open the stubborn coach door and scrambled to thegroU1l1llooldllg fran tica iy in alT Wreetious for a single sign of hope In the most despairing terr ii she had ever experienced she star led toward Lthe lead horses hoping against hope at least one of her men had remained faithful A tHin stepped quietly from the jnncr side of the road and advanced with the unct rtain tread of one who Is overcome by imazenvcni Ho was a stranger and worm an idd uncouth garb The fail IK light told her tJini lie wns not h We Heartily Invite our Friends to call at our store any day during this week where we are demon strating the Superior Qualities of the Nw Majestic Malleable 4ii 1 Charcoal Iron Ranges The MAJESTIC MALLEABLE and Steel Range as formerly turned put by the Majestic People hasYbeen considered throughout the entire country parexcellence and far ahead of any other range made But with the NEW CHARCOAL IRON BODY in place of Steelmakiit double its value and the fact that it is the only range in existence made of Malleable and charcoal Iron you can readily see that if quality is considered the Majestic leads by a big margin WE YOU TO CALL at our store during this week and let us explain this new feature CHARCOAL IRON BODIES let us explain why it is the best material for range bodies and incidentallywhy it is not used on other rangesiWe want you to call if you intend to buy or not as the information gained will serve you in the BISCdTSFREEHOT AND Come any day daring this week and have buttered hot biscuits and hot coffee Biscuits baked on f a Majestic in three minutes while you wait IHANDSOME SET OF WARE FREE With every range sold during this Demonstration we will give absolutely FREE one set of Majestic ware worth every cent of7 50 This ware will be on exhibition at our store Everything useful ornamental and durable Come in and see it and you will agree withu that it cannot be bought for a cent less than 750 and it is cheap at that Come in any Day you are Welcome Whether you Intend to Buy or Not r I T4McELROYSHULTZ I H r SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY ITrIOROUGHLY seatsgroaningandgoing hadi down thelex callt COFFEE one of Her late protectors She shrank back with a faint cry of alarm ready to fly tothe protecting arms vof hopeless Aunt Fanny If her uncertain legs could carry her At the same Instant another ragged stranger then two three four or five appeared aa If by magic some near her others approaching from the shadows Who who In heavens name are your she Paltered The sound of her own voice in a measure restored the courage that had been paralyzed Un consciously this slim sprig of southern valor threw back her shoulders and lifted her chin If they were brigands they should not find her a cringing coward After all she was a Calhoun The wait she had first observed stopped near the horses heads and peered Intently at her from beneath a broad and rakish hat He was tall and appeared to be more respectably clad than his fellows although there was not one who looked as though he pos sessed complete outfit of wearing ap parel Poor wayfarers may it please your highness replied the tall vagabond bowing low To her surprise ihe spoke in very good English His voice was clcaiVand there was a tinge of polite irony hi the tones But all people are alike in the mountains The Ring andIthe thief the princess and the live in the common fqll1hishat swung so low that It touched the ground am powerless I only Implore you to talc what valuables you way find and let us proceed unharmed she cried rapidly eager to have It over Pray how cau your highness pro teed You have no guide no driver no escorts the wan mockingly Beverly looked at him appealingly utterly without words to reply The tears wore welling to her eyes and her cupItureto pictimrlu her uilifds eye all the details of that tableau in the molt n lln passthe hopeless coach the 5 earning horses the rakish bandit and his picturesque men the towering erhffs and a mite of a girl facing the end of everything 1Hltllthe loader pleasantly Your escort has lied as though pursued by sonic thing stronger than shadows your driver has deserted your horses are half dead are indeed as you havo stthlpowerless And you are besides alt tlK 8c in the clutches of a band of merciless cutthroats Oh ruon led Beverly suddenly heiIyou r n Jou t rY t ij Oh you wont kilt us kill usT She has Ume to observe that ftherewere snilles op the faces of all J the men within the circle of light Rest assured your highness said t the leader leaning upon his rifle bar + ibnrmGraustark is nota brigand I trust E for your sake We are simple hunters ofCortunntehonest hands There is sdrne one in tthe coach he asked quickly alert A + prolonged groan proved to Beverly that + Aunt Fanner had screwed up sufficient courage to look out of the window f My old servant she half whls pered Then as several of the started toward time door But she Isof old and wouldnt harm a dyy Please f please dont hurt leer Compose yourself she is safe Ifsaid the leader By thl time it was quite dark At a word from him or three men lighted lantern s twoI + picture was more weird than the fitful glow May I ask your ness how doyou Intend to reach Edcl iweiss in your present condition YouII + cannot niauace those horses and sides you do not know the way Arent y ugolngto rob tisY do t mantled Beverly hope springing to the + surface with joyful bound The stranger laughed heartily and shook f his heal t Cntinuadtlext week h VitI Atchison Hvonnian of OwingpVtllt has a violin iaiq to have ntsea in 1716 IIThe p stack of Q C railroad S racrset is one hundredand forty f ii8rh a i IL 18 H1ZIfZI Z + + ++++ HAVE t Bought I E Et 1000 inches of space fro The Springfield Sun to be used IEt during the year to advertise my Real Estate and Insur Eance business I want 3 advertise for youFREE OF yourBUSINESSintta few farms to offer this week but these as you will + theEgDodEP ia of Washing P gtonEtNo 370 acres 6 miles fr am Springfield good dwilling good ttobacco barn plenty tobacco land good water close to school Lt- E house and church Price 4 per acre W No4255 acres three Ir od barns two dwellings plenty ofrfgrass All the farm ready f r the plow Price 60 per acre No 5167 acres seven mi 6s from Springfield plenty timber V E qak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf mile from school house and c urch Good tobacco land Price Jper acre 15 1Et tobaccoEt its ts ber lots of good tobacco land wellwatered wellfenced good XV grass Price i35 per EtNo 7175 acres acreJ stable wellwatered wellfenced HHi whole farm tobacco miles from town tit No 8128acres twQ mile from Springfield plenty timber all X necessary outbuildings good grass good dwelling and barn Price i WEtEt two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced fh Et No 10108 acres seven m les from Springfield 15 acres go d +1 timber plenty good tobacco lr nd good barn fine orchard good large dwelling Will make fir e dairy farm on railroad Price WE 3750 per acre 1L220 acres six i miles from Springfield on good tNo tin1bel3Sk dal hi Qry and poplar Church and school two barns two dwellings telephone in house well fit ttwattred and plenty tobacco la id Price 35 per acre No121he most iKsirable house in Springfield Well located i fI Nb 13A nice cottage in pringfield Gooil barn with acre of Itground Cheap No 141501 acres seven n il as from Sprincficld on good 50 acres timber two new harm new dwelling houso plenty o pikett tobacco land 50 acres of ext a good bottoin Itnd Price 60 Severalother pieces of towr property if you want a home in att Spririrfiek Ive got tat aiiy i rice T it lBa1 DMadj 5 Springfield I i 1 ti tt ++ll it Y THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL II 1906 3F I lBeverly Graustark3YShceScllR411MS 1ttLl tis R f1Rr1 Arl1A A rtRjiialllun RJli t CHAPTER 1hoff In the mountain lands to the east of the JAR sun lies the princlpall u of Graustark serene relic of rare old feudal days The travelerS t 1duousnever east crosses great ers and wide plains he winds through fer tile valleys ana over barren pJateausi t he twists and turns and climbs among somber gorges hind ragged mountains 1he touches the cold clouds In one day and the placid warmth of the valley In the next One does not go to Graustark for a pleasure Jaunt It Is too far from the rest of the world and the ways are often dangerous because of the strife among the tribes of the Intervening mountains If one hungers for excite oent and peril he finds It In the journey from the north or the south into the land of the Graustarkians From Vienna and other places almost direct Jy west the way Is not so full of thrills for the railroad skirts the darkest of the danger lands Once in the heart of Graustark however the traveler Is charmed Into dreams of peace rind happiness and paradise The peasants and the p sing In one voice and accord etsI psalm being of never ending Down In the lowlands and up in the bills the simple worker of the soil reC jokes that he lives In Graustark In the towns and villages the humlile merchant conteptrand his thrifty customer unite ment in the palaces of the noble the same patriotism warms its heart with thoughts of Graustark tic ancIent Prince and pauper strike hands for the love of the laud while outside the great heartless world goes rumbling on without a thought of the rare little mpunIItalnsIn point of area Graustaijk is but a mite In the IIIonhe regarded the spot as a typograph leal or topographical illusion Yet the people of this quaint little land hold In their hearts a love and a confidence that are not surpassed by any of the lordly monarchs who measure their patriotism by miles and millions The Graustarkians are u sturdy courageous race From the faraway century when they fought themselves clear of the Tartar yoke to this very hour they have been warriors of might and valor The boundaries of their tiny domain were kept inviolate for hundreds of years and but one victorious foe had come down to lay siege to Edelweiss the capital Axphaln a powerful prin cipality in the north had conquered Graustark in the latter part of the nineteenth century but only after a bitter war in which starvation and famine proved far more destructive than the arms of the victors The treaty of peace and the indemnity that fell to the lot of vanquished Graustark Lave been discoursed upon at length In at least one history Those who have followed that his tory must know of course that the reigning princess Yetive was married to a young American at the very end of the nineteenth century Thi admirable couple met In quite romantic fashion while the young sovereign was traveling incognito through the United States of America The American a splendid fellow named Lorry was so persistent In the subsequent attack upon her heart that all ancestral prejudices were swept away and she became his bride with the full consent of her entranced subjects The manner In which he wOoed and won this young and adorable ruler forms a very at tractive chapter in romance although unmentioned tn history This being the tale of another day it is not timely to dwell upon the Interesting events which led up to the marriage of the Princess Yetlvd to Grenfall Lorry Suf flee It to say that Lorry won his bride against all wishes and oJds and at the same time Won an endless love and esteem from the people of the little kingdom among the eastern hills Two years have passed since that nptable wedding In Edelweiss Lorry and his wife the princess I made their home In Washington but spent a few months of each year In Edelweiss During the periods spent In Washington and in travel her affair In Graustark were In the lianas of capable austere old diplomat her uncle Count Caspar Halfont Princess Volga reigned as regent over the grin cipality of Axphuin To the south lay the principality of Dawsbtrgen ruled by young Prince Dnntan whose half brother the deposed Prince Gabriel bad been for two years a prisoner In Graustark the convicted assassin of Prince Lorenz bf Axphaln one time suitor for the hand of Yetlve It was after the second visit of th ijtlx rrys to Edejwplss thnt a serious turnr of affairs preseni cd itself Gabriel had t succeeded In escaping from his dungeon His friends In Duwsbergcn stared up a revolution and Dantan vjas driven from the throne at Serros On caPjtaltheatiso of the prinbe It lied spurned and fi1 rlaysaffcarSlils escape he was on s ls prone defying Yetlve and offering unfortunateDtttGraustark frontier Jonrthe CHAPTER ii ATOR GEORGE CALHOUN was I u uieiuber of congress from one I of the southern states His theIlikely would his descendants if there virtue in the fitness of timings and the t of love While Intrepid frontiersmen were opening the trails through the fertile wilds west of the Alleg mules a strong branch of the Cal houu family followed close In their footsteps The majors bzeat grand fatlien saw the glories and the possi bilities of the new territory He struck bold lyr forward from the Old Revolu tlonarv grounds abandoning the luxu ries and traditions of the Carollnas foe a fresn wild life of promise His sons and d lighters became solid stones In the Ululation of a commonwealth and his grandchildren are still at work on the structure State and national legislatures had known the Callouns from the beginning Battlefields had tested their valor and drawing rooms had proved their gentility spurslUridConfederate who ever made flags bandages and prayers for the boys in gray jWhen the reconstruction came he went to congress and later on be came prominent In the United States consulate service for years holding an important European post Congress claimed him once more In the early nineties and there hfis at this very time Everybody in Washingtons social and diplomatic circles admired the beautiful Beverly Calhoun AccordIng to his Own loving term of Identlfica ton showas the majors youngest Tile fair southerner bad seen two sea CupidIculine Washington looked humbly to her for the balm that might soothe Its pains The wily god of love was fair enough jto protect the girl wfcm he forced to be his unwilling perhaps un consciouk aU He held his impenetrable shield between her heart and the assaults of a whole army of suit orshlgIiand low great and small It was rumor that said she had notIldJe coronet or two that the more than one American I1dU cjtIered to her and that she had dealt t1 but firmly with a score of hearts Which had nothing but love ambition arid poverty to support them In the conflict The Cqlhouns lived in a handsome home not far from the residence of Mr and Mrs Grenfall Lorry It seemed but natural that the two beautiful young women should become constant and loya friends Women as lovely as they Lave no reason to be jealous It Is only the woman who does not feel secure of her personal charms that cultivates envy At the home of Grau stark s princess Beverly met the dukes and arons from the far east It was in jthfc warmth of the Calhoun hospitality tt at Yetlve formed her dearest love peoples tall nor a short She was of that divine and in definite height known as medium slender but perfectly molded strong but graceful an absolutely healthy young person whose beauty knew well how to take care of itself Being quite heart whole and fancy free she slept well iite well and enjoyed every min ute of life In her blood ran the warm eager Impulses of the south hereditary Meats B printasort of a Anything you clowfwe ypu want it IIIP rk Chops Roast eatton Roast 1Mutton Chops Roast Via Chops V41 Cutletts Pic led Pig Fet Pic led Bologna Hani BaconeMile Meat Fisi Evory Thursday YnCARPENl Lit S Meat Market I II 4Jflr IJ Mr Mt The Author love of ease and luxury displayed Itself in every emotion the normal demand mens admiration was as- characteristic in her as lit Jsln any slaughter of the land whose women are born to expect chivalry and hopi nge A couple of years In n Now York finishing school fyou1ng ladles hal served grtfatly to modify Miss Cal houns colloquial charms Many of her delightful way down south phrases and mannerisms were blighted by the cold unromantic atmosphere of a semi Inary conducted by two ladles from Boston who were too old to marrytoo penurious to love and too prim to think that other women might care to do both There were times however if she were excited or enthusiastic when pretty Beverly so far forgot her train Ing as to break forth with a very at tractive yo ijll sufih hough or go long nnow And when the bands played Dixie she was not afraid to stand up and wave her handkerchief The northerner who happened to be with her on such occasions usually found himself doing likewise before he could escape the infection Miss Calhouns face was one that painters coveted deep down in their artistic souls It never knew a dull in stant there was expression In every lineament In every look life genuine life dwelt in the mobile countenance that turned the head of every man and woman who looked upon It Her hair was dark brown and abundant her eyes were a deep gray and eagerly from between long JookedI black her lips were red and willing to smile or turn plaintive as oc casion required her brow was broad and fair and her frown was as dangerous as a smile As to her age if the major admitted somewhat indiscreetly that all his chil drew were old enough to vote her mother with the reluctance born InI women confessed that she was past twenty so a year ar two either way will determine Miss Beverlys age so far as the telling of this story is con cerned tier eldest brother Keith Cal houn the one with the congressional heritage thought she was too your g to marry while her second brbthcr Dan held that she soon would be too old to attract men with matrimonial intentions Lury the only sister hay ing been hnpplly wedded for tell years advised her not to think of marriage until she was old enough to know her own mind Toward the dose of one of the most brlllliint spisoiiHthe capital had ever know less than a fortnight before congr was to adjourn the wife of Great ill Lorry received the news which spread gloomy disappointment over tlie entire social realm A dozen recept oui tea and bulls were destined to lose their richest attraction and st sses were In despair The prince s lad boon called to Graustark- Bevt ray Calhoun was miserably un hoppj She had heard the story of Ga briels escape and the consequent prob ability of a conflict with Axphaln It did notre ulri a great stretch of Imag ination to convince her that the Iorrys were purr hig on to scenes of intrigue onl3GmustarlCj faded time announcement that trouble wij1 pleasure called Yetive to It had been their plan that Beverly should spend the lelightful summer mouths In Graustark a guest at the palace The os full atv raugernontjj of the Letry w ere Lop BY tmr George Barr MCutcheonA hor otG ustak J Copyright 1904 by Do Mead Fo I1I4 A L a tcheonIlessly disturbed by the late news from Count Itvut They were obliged to leave Washington two months earlier than the Intended and they could not take Bevry Calhoun Into danger ridden Graustark The contemplated visit to St Petersburg and btUer pleasures had to be abandoned and they were In tears Yetlvea maids were packing the trunks abd Lorrys servants were in a wild state of haste preparing for the departure on Saturdays ship On Fri day afternoon Beverly was naturally where she could do the most good and be of the least help at the Lorrys Self confessedly she delayed the preparations Respectful maidservants and respectful manservants came of ten to the princess boudoir to ask questions and Beverly just as fre quently made tearful resolutions to leave the household Inpeaceit such a hullabaloo could be called peace Callers came by the dozen but Yetlve would see no one Letters telegrams and telephone calls almost swamped her secretary the to tman and the butler fairly gasped under the strain of excitement Through It all the two friends sat despondent and alone in the drear room that once had been the abode of pure delight Grenfall Lorry was off in town closing up all matters of business that could be dispatched at once The princess and her industri ous retinue were Jo take the evening express for New York and the next day would find them at sear know I shall cry all summer conviction11nthe cushions of the divan and her lint was the picture of cruel neglect For three solid hours she had stubbornly HeartWeakness The action of the heart depends upon the heart nerves and muscles When from any cause they become weak or ex hausted and fail to furnish sufficient power the heart nut tcrs palpitates skips beats and in its effort to keep up its work causes pain and distress such as smothering spells short breath fainting pain around heart arm and shoul ders The circulation is im peded and the entire system suffers from lack of nourishment Dr Miles Heart Cure makes a heart strong and vigorous by strengthen ng these nerves arid muscles I had palpitation and pain around hwirt nnd tho doctors snld it was Incurable I dont bollcvo It now for MilesIIeurtCurethrco andICC IP Its live years and It is duo remedies I want you to know that your medicines cured me It relieved me from the first dose and I kept right on till tho pain in my chest was gone nnd I kept quittakingfielding Mich Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by thatthehe will refund yoUr money Miles MedipalCoElkhart Ind withstood Yetlves appeals to remove her hat Insisting that she could not trust herself to stay more than a mln ute or two It seems to me Yetive that your Jailers must be very Incompetent or they wouldnt have let loose all this trouble upon you she complained Prince Gabriel is the very essence of trouble confessed Yetlve plain thelyuHe was born to annoy peo pie Just like the evil prince In the fairy tales I wish we had him over here the American girl answered stoutly He wouldnt be such a trouble Im sure We dont let smaI troubles worry us very long you know But hes dreadfully Important over there Beverly thats the difficult part of It said Yetlve solemnly You see he Is a condemned murderer Then you ought to hang him or electrocute him or whatever It Is that you do to murderers over there spoke Beverly promptly But dear yon dont understand He wont permit us either to hang or to electrocute him my dear The sltua tlon Is precisely the reverse if he Is correctly quoted by my iinele When tJnole Caspar sent an envoy to inform Dawsbergen respectfully that Grau stark would hold It personally responsible If Gabriel were n surrendered Gabriel himself replied Graustark be ffanged How rude of hjm especially when your uncle was so courteous about It He must be a very disagreeable per son announced Miss Calhoun I am sure you wouldnt like him said the princess His brother who has been trlyen from the throne and from the capital in tactIs quite dif ferent I have not seen him but my minister regard him as a splendid young man Oh how I hope be mn go back with his army and anrillIlnte that old Gabriel CrIed Beverly frowning fiercely Alas sighod the princess he hasnt an army sad besides he is find- Ing It extremely difficult to keep from being annihilated himself The army has gone over to Prince Gabriel Pooh scoffed Miss Calhoun who was thinking of the enormous armies the United States can produce at a days notice What good Is a ridicu lous little army like his anyway A battalion from Fort Thomas could beat It to Dont boast delp Interrupted Ye tlve with a wan smile Dawsbergen has a standing army of 10000 excel lent soldiers With the war reserves she has twice the available force I can produce But your men are so brave cried Beverly who had heard their praises sungTrueGodbless them but you forget that we must attack Gabriel in his own territory To recapture him means a purlieus expedition Into the mountains of Dawsbergen and I am sorely afraid Oh dear I hope hell surrender peaceably And go back to jail for life cried Miss Calhoun Its a good deal to expect of him dear I fancy Its much better fun kicii up a rumpus on the outside than It is kicking ones toes off against an obdurate stone wall from- the inside You cant blame him for fighting a bit Xo I suppose not agreed the prin less miserably Gren Is actually hap PS over the miserable affair Beverly He Is full of enthusiasm find positively aching to bo in Graustark right In the thick of It all To hear him talk one would think thatPrince Gabriel has no show at all He kept me up tin 4 oclock this mornltfg telling me that Pawsbergeu didnt know what kind of a snag It was going up against I have a vague idea what he means by that His manner did not leave much room for doubt He also said that we would Jolt Duwsbergun off the map It sounds encouraging at least doesnt It It sounds very funny for you to say those things admitted Beverly even though they come secondhand You were not cut out for slang Why Im sure they are all good English words remonstrated Votive Her hearers e IoruteOh deaf I wonder what they are do lz i l IIng la Grausta k this very inaA Are they fightiuj or No theyare ucrely talking hot you know dear that there is never fight until both s des have talked them selves out of breath We shall has six months of ta k and a week or tw of fight just us they always do now adays Oh you Am rlcans have such It comfortable nay of looking at things cried the prince s Dont you evet see the serious slle of life My dear the American always lets the other fellow ee the serlpus side of life said Beverl You wouldnt Ibe so optimistic If a country much b er and more powerful than Americ happened to be the other fellow It did sound frightfully boastful didnt It Its the way weve been brought up I reconeven we southerners who vkmm what It Is to be whipped The him of a girl like me talking about war and trouble and all that Its absurd isn t it 4Nevertheless wish 1 could see things through the se dear grey eyes of yours Oh how d like to have you with me through all the months that are to come You ould be such a help to me such a Joy Nothing would seem so hard If you we e there to make me see things Wrong your brave Ameri can eyes The pr ncess put her arms about Beverlys reck and drew her closeBut Mr Lorry possesses an excel lent pair of Amerii an eyes protested Miss Beverly loyal y and very happily t know dear but they are a mans eyes Somebpw ttere Is a difference you know II wouldnt dare cry when he was looking bu I could boohoo all day If you were tl ere to comfort me He thinks I am v ry brave and Im not she confessed dismally Oh Im an awl cowafcttexpJaIn ed Beverly consolli gly B think you are the bravest glr in all theworld- she added Dont ou remember what you did atnnd tl en she recalled the stories that had co Ie frora Graustark ahead of the bridal arty two yearsbe fore Yetlve was finally obliged to place her hand on the enthusiastic visitors lips Peace she crle blushing You make me feel like a a what Is It you tall her a dime novel heroine A Tellow back jlrl fever ex relyVisitors In administration circles cane at this moment and the princess could i ot refuse to see glom Beverly Calhc un reluctantly departed but not tint I after giving a promise to accornpa ly the Lorrys to the railway station t t t f The trunks had go ato be checked and the household was quieter than it liad been In many dajs There was an air of depression about the place that had Its inception In the room upstairs where sober faced Hi lklns served dinner for a not ove talkative young couple It will be all rlglt dearest saidaLorry divining his wifes thoughts as she sat staring rathe soberly straight ahead of her Just as soon as we get to Edelweiss the whole affair will look so simple that re can laugh at the fears of today Y see we are along way oft Just now hapiwe e said simply He leaned over and kiss ed her hand smiling t the emphasis ALL CHILDREN atbirth inherit a predispo sition to bodily and ail ments mofe orless serious The stomach and bowels are the most prolific sources of ill n health They are the hotbeds f disease and ecause less at ention is given hem more evil an be traced lirectly to them- hantoanyother rgans of the odyWhere of trouble or you are feeling out of sorts DP CaldiveUsLaxatlo Syrup Pepsin should be taken at once It is the best preparatic n i3r the stom itch and bowels If they are all out of order it wl1- leradicate the trouble ton s up the parts and restore them to thcf natural condition DR CALDWE LS SYRUP PEPSIN communicates itself totbe- whole system and its cneficial and curative effects are prc nounced and experiencedIt goo health DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both d liar and half dollar sizes from all drug ists Yo r money will be funded if it does not benefit you Your postal card request wfli brine by return CALQWELLSnOOKho have never tried this wonderful remedy Write for it today PEPSIN SYRUP GO- Msntleelle Illilr Slid by The Red Cross DrugSitrt 8 IHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL II 1906i 4 SYCAMORE VALLEY rJ jMr and Mrs J D Sutherland have gone to house keeping on the farm they recently purchased from E V Sails Mrs Lizzie Crow was in the Valley looking after a music school one day last week MontdinerYLodge Friday night at Mackville Born to the wife of Thomas Mcllvoy on the 28 of March a boy Thomas Mcllvoy and niother visited elatives in the lower partof the county Wednesday and Thursday HarrodsburgvIsited week Miss Jester Roelof Brooksville Visited Miss Jessie Noel one night last week i J W Sutherland of Willisburg spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs TW Sutherland of Hillsboro The death angel has visited our com niunity and called from us two of the Oldest citizen Mrs Mamie Jane Cou- lter died at her home on the fourth of April The deceased was 80 years old and is survived by four sons and one Daughter The remains were laid to rest in the Hillsboro cemetery on the sixth Funeral services were conducted by Rev W E Sutherland Uncle Cal Suttles died Sunday morn ing at the home of his son James Sut t ties The deceased was 81 years of age He is survived by three sons and three daughters The remains were laid to rest the following day in the Hillsboro cemetery The funeral services were conducted by Rev J A Sims BROOKSVILLE t The people of this place are thinking of going to plowing soon They finished burning tobacco beds the past week Mr George Harlow visited his broth err James at this place Saturday night Sleet Pinkston and Wife visited the latters father Mr Henry Settles Sun dayMrs T E Wilson visited Mrs A C tMrsneighborhood died at her home Wed nesday with cancer of the liver Her familybsympathy is extended to the bereaved family PRATHERS CREEK Mrs Sallie Kimberlin and Mrs Mat vtie Crane were the guests of Mrs Nan hie Christerson Sunday r Mr Sam Mays visited his uncle T Mays Sunday 0 Mr Mat Mays was in Mackville Sat urday on business Mrs G H Ghristerson visited her father R T Best last Monday Mr J M Russell has moved his sawmill from Mr R L Brady s He sawed a big bill of lumber for Mr Brady w will erectsa large tobacco barn nth spring Mr Peter Harmon is doing good work on the pike between here and Texa- Mr Harmon deserves much credit for what he is doing Mr Zin Kimberlin sold one three rold gelding by Red Squirrel to tfjoyle county parties for 140 Mr J T Skeens sold one sow nod pigs to Mr Will Peterson of Tekas for 28 h All of The Suns readers in this sec tion were much pleased with the editorial in last weeks issue on tempo ante This is a matter that ought lo arouse the people of the county If they will mate aneffort whisky sellipg in Washington county will soon become a thing of the past Farmers have been very busy during the past week preparing for another crop Owing tothe wet weather there has been iittle plowing done Wheat and grass are doing nicely and vegeta tion at this time seems to be in a healthy state If nothing befalls the fruit cropI believe there willbe plenty offiruit Suffered for Five Years with Kidney and Liver trouble I suffered for five years with and liver troube whichcaused sever- pains across the back and a r headache I had dyspepsia and was s mybowelscured by Chamberlains Stomach ape Liver Tablets and have been well now for six months says Mr Arthurs Stricklana of Chattanooga Tenn For sale by every dealer iu Blue Grass SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Uflder tlilahopd nil persons who nro Rut larlliers to Thp time may Ihwert freo of ciurrel- vertteeineijt of wheat earn tats other tm products stock etc for Nate orwRntHt1 for sale or for rent not included but in rted in Another departlneet of the iwyter n i ow ratee Mrs Will Clements Routes has for iale Black Manorca eggs pure stock 16 for 75 cents r r Ijonnie Campbell Springfioldhas o sale R nice fouryearold black m ire wtfa marb mule colt by her sido T JC- good Hamilton Rout 2 has for sal Jack MrsH Waefifs r sitting of 15 herfamous strain of single comb Brown Leghorns at fifty dente t HILLSBORO J Miss ffnes Hines returned home last Friday atftc r attending school two months at Maakville Mr 0 msby ShewOTaker of Harrods burg visited relatives here several days las weak v- Misaesj Zora and Judith Montgomery s McEJroySabeShields nd family Sunday Miss Lester Noelof Brooksville visited iss Jessie Noel several days Rev Ji A Simms will preach here fifth Sunday at 11 oclock RufusShewinaker bought a horse from Col man Settles price unknown Mr C W Oder of Fenwick was in our mils Sunday Rev W E Sutherland and J M Montgom ery attended the lodge at Mackvilh Friday night Mr ana Mrs Hines were in Mack ville MOl ay on business Mr L M Clark and family visited his fathe of near Tatham Springs Saturday and SUnday We were sorry to har of the death of Mrs ames Coulter Whichoccured Wednesday the 4 She leaves four sons and one daughter to mourn her death Se was eighty years old The burial took place here last Friday We extend our sympathy to the bereaved ones anydisaseand burni ig sensation instantly For sale by every dealer in Blue Grass Happy Beau This fink Saddle and Harness Stallion will mak the season of 1906 sit my stable ort the McInfe and Fredericks town pike three miles from Frederick tbwn seven and a half miles from Springfield at 10 TO iNSURE A LIVINU COLT Lien retained on the colt for service fee Money due when the colt is foaled r when the mare is parted with Car- aken to prevent accidents but not re sponsible should any occur ft Happyeau foaled 1899 sired b Beau Bru Imel 800 of Kenmore Grand byHappyret Chief Happv 3eau is a dark chestnut sorrel goessfiveblue ties s any horse of his age Has fine man and tail and fine style and action arc has himself to be a fine breeder Perfectly gentle to handle in every espec Stockm in are earnestly invited to call at my farm to see three colts of seeGare as fa icy twoyearolds as there are in the co nty Over 15 hands Also at the same time and place 1 will stand my fine mule jack LotI 1L byisl aIs Dewey is a dark b own jack 14 hands 3i ches with good points fine lengths and fine bone goo and ears and has proven himself to be a firstclass breeder Mares cr jennets pastured for 2 per month- S B NALLY Fancey Boy myeSuchYoDESCKIP iON kNIJ PEDIGREE = Foncey 1iyearsoldthis islIlehandled Ie was sired by Nick Wath fns old Fncey Boy a very successful show hors First dam by Pete Gold dust Se and Dam by Vonmoltke CarppntersDenmark dam Pete joldust by Longfellow Gold ItkebyOld Bourbin At same time and place I will stand two as go d mule Jacks as this country affords at rS6 for a llo se Mule and 57 for a Mare Mule Money due is all cases when colt is foaled mnrc purled with or fired Else untilesenson mo icy o prevent ac culents ftintl escapes but not fesponsibl should any occur or her information aJn address W L GRAHAMI Cardveil Ky Ben PatchenWill make the season of 1906 at the farm of Mrs R F Parrott two and a half miles from Springfield on the Mackviile pike at of 10 to Tnsurt a Living Colt PEDIGREE AND DESCRIPTION Ben Patchen is a bay horse 16 hands high is by Mambrino Boy Jr 6997 sire of Volo 212 and one pacer 209 toChicadeeLizzie R 222J Mambrino Archer 224J Five Points 219J Sadie 229 bySentinelalso the dam of Pierdmont 218 and he by Mambrino Patchen the greatest of sire living or dead This colt combines the blood of two itdamsGreen Mountain Maid being dam of 9 and grand dam of 135 Columbine dam of 3 and grand dam of 21 Nellie his own dam having 3 colts and 10 grand colts m 230 or better This follow had j individuality as well as pedigree JOHN my fine jack will snake the season at the same and place at the same price and under the same condi tion as the horse This jack is 15J hands high and is a sure foalgetter Care will be taken to prevent accidents but Iwill not be responsible should any occur Money due when the colt is foaled or mare partedwith R L pAR ROTT WACO DARE JRJ NO 1162 in VOL 3 N S H R One that is ntrtlinfried but a fine and amongtheWaco Dare Jr will make the season at Walkers Heights Stuck Farm four miles West of Springfield on the Bloom field pike at 10 to Insure a Living Colt Waco Dare is a handsome saddle an harness horse stylish perfect in for rand action fine mane and tail 15J hand beautiful dark bay PEDIGREESircd by Waco Dare 1027 by Chester Dare 10 by Black bvIImp Hedgeford Waco Dare ilrs 1st byKingImpHedgefordTube Rose he Cabbies Lexington bygabblesfirst dam by Fairfax Denmark by Dia mond Denmark 68 by Jones Denmark Hedgeford byMajor IIIdambyBr6wrlsbyScottsBrown Highlander in a word u onunis versal laws that like l FMj WILU BURG The farmers arc very busy breaking thdir ground and sowing their toljacco beds merchantsnf goodsd1Mist Myrtle visitedrelativesis Ander son county Saturday and Sunday H H Tatum of Litseyj spent Sun day at the home of J WSliirley Airs John Brown has returned to her Louisville She was accompanied by liEtastU8his sister Mrs Jerome Warner who is ill of pneumonia Alvia Foster was in Louisville afew da wEzradays last week Uncle Fautlie Shewinaker celebrated his eightyeighth birthday lust S tur apMrs Clay Ferret sold her house and lo at Mackville and has bought the house and lot belonging to Mrs Ann Barton at this place She will move her this 1 SUNSHINE1RedLeaf V y r Goddard of Harrodsburg Ky now e rrlseasoniiBaker the owner at the Fair Ground stables atI10 to insure LIVtn otDESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Sunshine is a beautiful horse and can step a 30 withgrace style and He is the living picture Lord Golden the greatest show horse that ever wore harness His RedLeaf y ri t ofhigh f a GloriousSunrisegreatest pair in Kentucky His firstx ffbydam of Wildwood which sold for 4Jfj 4 byBalrosa r r KingAlmontAlmont 4 dam Rolthg mare 221 z s Mr R E Goddard of HarrodsMburg in a letter to Mr t ihn Iwpart t His dam is the dam of J fi orrel pair that I sold for 3750 and leis a very fine mare l6J hands hiRn Besides t IS sorrel pair I sold another gelding out of her in a team for 3000 Afc the same time and place I will stand my fine Jack BILL GOEBBLt are to Insure a Living Colt Bill Goebel is a black Jack with white points 15 hands high and isafoal getter He is by Big Mack he by Gov Wood dam of Bill Goebel by Reverly and out of a ccjuntryLien taken to prevent accidents ot responsible should and occur L D BAKER THIS I- SSUNSHINE DAY Throughout the Entire United States JT F Ti A Dont filiiPACAGElo be OF the numberSUNSHINf thoseANDA SET OF whoa ureYISItour store tdR a ndTORNESY II LADIESRSTget a F 25 STOREsfl C l TODAY EVERYBODY WILL RECEIVE A COuP 6 ENTITLING HOLDER TO A FREE SET OF SUN LINE FURNITURE Put Lulls SUNSHINE Your HomeaI NDIMAKE IT MORE CHEEFUL AND ATTRACTIVEC YDONjir weekI Harlow will openjupithe millinery store at title place I bliss Cora Tren passed througl sere last Saturday enroute to Qornisl ville Ky where steelviii open a tail inery We regreted to hear of the de th of r Cal Settles Danger rom The Plagu Theres gra e danger fi oar the plague of Coughs and Golds hat are so revs lent unless jpu take Dr Kings Nfew Discovery fo consumption c and Colds AJrs Geo Walls of pity Me writes Its a Godser orestI people living in climates where prevail I find it quickly ends them ippeIvesHay Fever and makes weaklIngs tipnCoughsGuaranteed C J Haydons drug store Trial bottle free JENSENTON Firins irolr community ara rough Burning tobacco beds Mrs Lucinda Cocanougher and Mrs Melvina Young visited Mrs Lizzie Cocanougher one day last week Mrs Saijah Ann Eliott is very sick at riting Mr Ora Carpenter sister and little daughter Ruby visited Mrs A W Arnold of near Enido Saturday The littie eight montbold son pi Mr Mrs Wn Young hatS been juite but is some better at this writing Mr Rayniond Edwards as in d now line of goods t All trade will be highly appreciated Mrs Wm Lay visited Mrs din CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost in Southern Indiana Southern vTennessee Mississippi 4anywhere We ca put you in quick comrrunicatlon with the this great see ion of the country your patrona e Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUME T D WEST Iresldent a Gcu1Mstia rer SCCF Asst Gen l Mgr Treasurer pop one day last week prayerIwas well attended Mr George Loui Eliot and wife of Boyle county were with his father Mr Will Eliott SatIurday Mrs A W Arnqld was in Harrods burg one day last week Sunday school began at Beech Grove Sunday with good jattendence Mrs Lottie Matherly was at Enido Saturday shopping Mr J A Young of Little Beach attended Sundays boor atBeech Grove Sunday Mr Claude Key land wife of Deep Creek were with his father Mr H A Key Sunday Mr John EHott nd wife visited Mr Charlie Goode and rife of near Texas Sunday 1 We would be glad to hear fromQui Deep Creek correspondent as her most interesting letters are very much miss ed in the Sun Free THEt t Letter List Bist of letters remaining uncalled form the Springfield Post Office for week ending April 11 1906 Miss Anna Brown 2 Mrs J Butler Otho Carr John W Davis Mrs N Frye Miss Pearl D Moore Miss Date Peters Miss Dessie Weekly Richard Wilson 2 W A WATERS Postmaster urip Quickly Knocked Out fSome weeks ago during the severe whiter weather both my wife and myself contracted severe colds which speed lagLandingIowacles sore head pup eyes and nose running with alternate spell of usingChlm x THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL II 1906 j 3 rt Hi ft I ft ft I I I ftft frft ft ft fii fw t W 1 0z i f1 I A Y HIGHEST PRICES FOR HIDES AND FURSI vs t l f + I f L PA Y CA SH f t Ii000t 1 I L I 1 c I III Itw- lit t II i W-h iI1 II illil tit tit lIt lIt III 11 III she unconsciously placed on the pronoun Beverly Calhoun was announced Just before coffee was Served and a moment later was In the room She stopped Just inside the door clicked her little heels together and gravely brought her hahd to salute Her eyes were sparkling and her lIps trembled with suppressed excitement I think I can report to you In Edelweiss next month general she an nounced with soldierly dignity Tier hearers stared at the picturesque rer emit and Halkins so far forgot him self as to drop Mr Lorrys lump of sugar upon the table instead of into the cup Explain yourself sergeant finally fell from Lorrys Us The eyes of the princess were beginning to take on a rapturous glow May I have a cup of coffee please sir Ive been so excited I couldnt eat a mouthful at home She grace fully slid into the chair Halkins of fered and broke into an ecstatic giggle that would have resulted In a court martial had she been serving any commander but Love With a plenteous supply of southern Idioms she succeeded in making them understand that the major had promised to let her visit friends in the legation at St Petersburg In April month or so after the departure of thejLorrys He wanted to knoW where Id ruth er spend the spring Washington or Lexinton and I told him St Peters burg We had a terrIfic discussion and neither of us ate a speck at din ner Mamma said it would be all right for me to go to St Petersburg If Aunt Josephine as still of n mind to go too You see auntie was shared almost out of her bootf when she heard there was prospect of war in Graustark just as though a tiny little war like that could make any difference away up In Rus sia hundreds of thousands of miles awaywl i a scornful wave of the hand and then I Just made auntie say shed go to St Petersburg In April a whole month sooner than she expect ed to go in the first an You dear dear Beverly cried Ye five rushing Joyously around the table to clasp her In her arms And St really Isnt a hundred from Edel weiss cried Beverly gayly Its much less thud that said Lor ry jou surely dont expect to come to Edelweiss we are fighting We couldnt think of you do that you know Your mother would never My mother wasnt afraid of a much bigger war than yours can ever hope to be cried Beverly resentfully You catlt stop me if I choose to visit Grau stark Does your father know that you such a trip asked Lorry rjRttu her hand clasp and looking DOZEN argument Washington EOQS Like Two One Pod I 1 Thats how one load my splendid coal will com= t pare with the other If you want hot time n buy mycoal Phone a ++ 1 i ti I AM THE PRODUCE MANr 1 i FAIR HONEST DEALINGS JONES MOTtO 1 lIo ALWAYS DO WHAT SAY ILL DO f i IwaEL JONES r ii i u Petersburg smilingNBut contemplate one t Ifl t e doubtfully Intb the swimming blue eyes of his wif No he dbesrt admitted Beverly a trifle aggresslv sly He coup stop you you know ho suggested Yetive was discreetly si lent But he won t know anything about It cried Beve ly triumphantly- I could tell him you know said Lorry No you co uldnt do anything so mean as that announced Beverly Youre not thii t sort CHAPTER III lumberedA drawn by fou horses and upon the seat eat two ro igu unkempt Russians one holding the reins the other lyIng back in a lazy doze The mouth was June and all be world seemed soft and sweet and Joyous To the right flowed a turln lent mountain stream boiling savagely with the alien waters of the flood season Ahead of the creaking coach rode four horsemen all heavily ariied another quartette followed some distance In the rear At the side of the coach an officer of the Russian1 mbunted police was rid ing easily Jangling his accouterments with a vigor that disheartened at least one occupant of the vehicle The windows of the coo ch doors were lowered permitting too fresh mountain air to caress fondly the face of the young woman who tried to find comfort In cue of the bro d seats Since early morn she had struggled with the hardships of tlintSat Dnd the late afternoon found her very much out of patience Thd opi oslte seat was the r st- Ing place of a substantial colored woman and a stup iklous pile of bags and boxes The b xes were continually toppling over ind the bags were forever getting Urn er the feet of the once placid servant ivhoae face quite luck ily was much op black to reflect the anger shewas uble otherwise tttrough years of practlc to conceal now much artlier have we to go lieutenant T asset the girl on the rear seat plaintively even humbly The man was ver deliberate with his English lie ad been recommended 4o her as the b st linguist lii the Hen ice at Radovltcli anal he had a repu tatloa to suHtah It another lie ur Is but yet he managed to inform her with a confident smile fOh dear sighed a whole hour of soon tie dar Miss Bevly Jes yo mule up 30 mln to res easyllke an we Brit he faithful old colored womans nt1Tc was lost in the wrath fuj exclamatldu that accompanied an Received by us Monday evening after supper No other is needed that the Poultry Raisers of county are well pleased at our method of doing business of a me ift other dislodgment of bags ana t oxes The wheels of the coach had dropped suddenly Into a deep rut Aunt Fan nys growls were scarcely more potent than poor Miss Beverlys moans It Is getting worse and worse exclaimed Aunt Fannys mistress petu lantly Im black and blue from head to foot arent you Aunt Fanny uAb cain say as to de blue Miss Bcyly Hits a mos monstrous bud road sho nough Stay iip dar will yoV she concluded Jamming a bag into an upper corner Miss Calhoun tourist extraordinary again consulted the linguist alt the sad dle She knew at the outset that the quest would be hopeless but she could think of no better way to puss the next hour than to extract a mite of Information frtfm the officer Now for a good old chat shef said beaming a smile upon the grizzled Rus sinn Is there a decent hotel In the village she asked They were oil the edge of the village before she succeeded In finding out all greatIwas an eating and sleeping house on the main street and the population of the place did not exceed 300 When Miss Beverly awoke the next morning sore and distressed she look hprrorthatterrupt only at Intervals The wretched taIloguetable the but it was all too odious for description Fatigue Was her only friend In that miserable hole Aunt Fanny had slept on the floor near her mistress cot and It was the good old colored womans grumbling that awoke Beverly The sun was climbing up the mountains In the east and there was an air of general activity about the place Beverlys watch told her that it oclpckGood she exclaimed Its nearly noon Aunt Fanny r Hurry along here and get me up We must leave this abominable place in ten min utes She was up and racing about excitedly Bef 6 breakf as demanded Aunt Fainiy weakly Goodness Aunt Fanny is that all you think about Well honey yoU be thlnklu mougiity serious bout breakfas long toahds leben oclock Dat 1P1 tummy o yournll be powful mad cause yodidn Very well Aunt Fanny you can run along and Lave the woman put up a breakfast for us and well eat It on the road I positively refuse to eat another mouthful in that awful dining room Ill be down in ten mluute8 She wlas down in less SleepJ no t Il eeef matter how hard earned hadi revived her spirits materially She propounded herself ready for anything T ere was a wholesome disdain for the rigors of the coming ride through the m uutains In the way she gave orders for the start The Russian officer mot her just outside the entrance to the inn He was less English than but he eventually gave her to understand that he had secured permission t escort berns far as Gunlook a town in Graustark not more than fine u miles froin Edelweiss and at least tu6 days from Balak Two competent J xphaln Ian guides had been retained laud the party was quite ready to start He had De eu warned of the prey nce of brigands In the wild mountainous passes north of Ganlook The Rus sinus could go no farther thin Gan look because of a royal edk t from Edelweiss forbidding the nearer ap proach of armed forces At tin t town however he was sure she easi y could obtain an escort of Graustark an sol diers As the big coach crawled up the mountain road and farther ito the oppressive solitudes Beverly Calhoun drew from the difficult lleutem nt considerable Information concern ng the stats of affairs In Graustnrk She had n eagerly awaiting the time when something definite could be learned Before leaving St Petersburg arly In tincessIwee s was soon after her return from America requiring Dawsbergen to sur enerthe person of Prince Gabriel to lhe author Itlos of Graustark To this emand there was no definite response Dnws bergen insolently requesting Ime in which to consider the proposition Axphaln Immediately sent at envoy to Edelweiss to say that all Irleudly relations between the two jovern meats would cease unless G ustark took vigorous steps to recaptiire the royal nssa In On one slue of the unhappy principality a bearingpripces8 was egging Pr1ustark- on to fight while on the an equally agf esHlve otberfide Ye tive to come arid take If she could The poor was between two ugly alternatives and a struggle seemed inevitable At Balak it wits learned that Axphaln ltd re cently sent a final appeal to trie goy ernment of Graustark and it rasTio secret that something like a th eat ac companied the message Prince Gabriel was in complete con trol at SenOS and was disposed to f his late cap 4torsthe dethroned Prlucp Dantan was still hiding m the fastnesses of the hills protected by a C ntinuedBjxt page I I asln TREATMENT H it1lliJ + Itf SPOTWOODWill stable onehalf mile north of Freder icktown on the farmknown as theTom Thompson place at 8 to Insure a Living Colt Spotwood Jr is 16 hands one inch high is a dark Mahogony bay sired by byGeorgeout of Sam Grundys Gray Susie Spot wood has three Mambrino crosses in his breeding Although a trotting bred a of his colts will and make fine combined horses Lien retained on all colts to secure service fee and money due when mare is parted with or bred to another horse JOE BLACKBURN Will make the season at the same time and place 15handsproven himself to be a fine breeder and a sure foal getter He is finely bred ParagonWillB to Insure a Living Colt A lien will be retained on colt to se cure service fee J T MONTGOM- ERYooooooooooooooooo C SI Tnmey Lee Kiloy Jr TUMEY RILEY rNM11f1M LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE r Springfield Ky Nice Outfits For Traveling Men PnONK OOOOOOOoOOooooooc Subscribe for The Sun fLOO year Subscribe for The Sun 100 yeafi JII1Ii Public SelLOFIWA LAND- With Immediate posserion On Saturday April 14 1906 t2 HouseincountyKycon- taining 176J acres This farm is known as placeThis of cultivation one hundred acres of which is suitabl for cultivation in Born oats yearOn dwelling wit i nine rooms There are suf locust trees on farm to keep it fenced for many years purchasers This arm can bedivided into two small firms with dwellings on each and wil be offered in two tracts if desired by purchasers TERNS OF SALEThe land will be sold for onefourth cash the remainder in nil eighteen ana twen seven doerredbearing interest from date with ood personal security with a lien retained on the land A perfect title to the land will be guaranteed and secured to the pur chaser B B WATERS a JOHN Y MAYES x Funeral Director And Licensed Embalnjer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY i Best Attention Every cdurtsey shown e Handsome Line of Caskets and BvrUrRofecs Telephone Day 19 Night 74 Carriage Shop II am repared to do all of your wood and repairing at the most reason prie FOR CASH Upholstering of all kinds done Grain Cradles for sale I also ave one new shopmade buggy and wagon and one second handspring wagon Buggy trimmings of all Kinds on hand W H BOND J U1Yt Sprfntneld KYv l 4 ITUE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL ln 1906 I SP Wednesday hUN ISSUED EVERY WEPNESDAYt SUBSCRIPTION = ONE DOLL is In Advance A ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher teredat the postoffice at Springfield JCy for transmission through the mailS as second lass matter t TERMS OFL SUBSCRIPTION ae Year 100 IIIi Months 50 Three MonthS 25j changedMwa youItANNOUNCEMENT CONGRESS We are authorized to announce HON BEN JOHNSON foCongress r district to the action of IlS06CIRCUIT COURT CLEEK We are authorized to announcea ROBERT NOE oWashingtonf tion of the Democratic party LAW WILL TRIUMPH r Did you ever hear ofor did you ever read ota band of crim jjJandtry records few instances if any where criminals or criminal bands have uccessfully resisted or eva red law for any very great length of time Criminals determined 7 IK bloodthirstywellfortified In oIfoby one man clothed with the au thority of a nations laws Laws may be disregarded every day bu if the officers of the courts true to their oaths the offends will be made to suffer Good citizenship triumphs over bad cit izenship law triumphs over crijand righteousness always over u righteousness It is ior law to prevent crime alt ge hit er but it is not impossible for to wring the murderers neck and send the thief to prison MISTAKE NOT IGNORANCE incIts issue of last Sunday said so uglythil1gsabo t the Elizabeth town News because Editor Sbm mers mildly criticized Gov Beck ham for vetoing the bill author izfng the publication of a rewa for an escaped Criminal in ti county paper published where the crime is committed Am0 other unkind things said by ti State Journal we find the News accusedof being ignorant andI oL bearing malice Editor AValtons editorial would ha read much better had he said th the News was mistaken instead of ignorant The sma est men in the country are qft mistaken even about Very small matters not ignorant in the true meaning of the word To accuse one of ignorance is to a cer thin extent classing him with the Ignoramous Every man who knows Mr Sommers knows that he is wellinformed mana man ofunusual intellectual endowments As an evidence that Mr Sommers bears no malice toward Gov Beckham in the same issue jn which he criticized the Govern or foi vetoing the reward bill he commended him very Mghly for his workin behalf of temper ance Harry Sornmers is a jnaan a brainy man and is cleanI Jtor of the brightiest Country semiweekly newpaper Jn Kentucky ot any other Statej COV ANlEY AND CRIMINALS Gov rlanley of Indiana has refused o pardon former State Auditor Sherrick recently con victedembezzling the States funds and sentenced to the penitentiary for a term years In a ler gthy letter setting out his reas ns for refusing clemencv thelGovernor uses this language The n an in the lowly walks of life requir d to by the law He nev r have had a fair chance or opportunity in life he may be a waif upon the street he may know little of dutytohungry and cold but if he breaks the law and toes but only take so much of another mans property as to satisfy ticoldthe raw e has broken To obtain his pardon no campaign is organized As to him th e law is left to take its course see no reasen why a different rule ot tain where the man who in ttvi law held high position or is the child df great opportunities Well aid Governor well said youhaveinals as veil as lowclass crimin als must be punished Rush your requisitions over Gov Beckham WHY DEMOCRATS ARE FOR HIM willehave no Q position for the Dem ocratic nomination for Congress Hon Ben Johnson is making a thorough canvass of the district He seen last week in the western end of the district but did not have time to complete the rounds therefore he is irith same sec ion again this week He never does anything by halves It pius be very pleasing to him to note that every Democratic newspaper in the Fourth district spok n withmuch favor of candidacy for the nomination K Cong esseNotin the history of Fourt district politics has the candidacy of a man met with sue general fz vor This is due to the fact that he people of the district recognize in Mr Johnson a ma Congressnone w rec y the people of the- vhole St temaybe the whole country as one of the ablest in Congress editBieckeenridge Democrat he mentioned Mr John on s name inconne tion with the chairmanship the Central Committee After rne Brecice rjpolitics each give g practic the same reason why this shoal- be done namely that he would make a sz fe conservative leads one that could at all times be trusted to do that which would regardlemss ts- of friends This is the sort of an opinion Democrats have had Mr onns n for a long time and who they saw that an otftfoTtun hordn ee press dings mues S have merely voigedthe sentime ofnearly e ery Democrat in t district atJudge j V Hughes of Mer cer county is a candidate for the Cortdistricten ICha berlsl RemedyThe CUriES Coughs olds Croup and Whooping Cough overalergealways be dope ded upon It contains no begivenPrice 25 eta barge Size 6O eta ROOSEVELT IS RIGHT The United States Senate or that part of it which has engaged President Roosevelt fn combat m thanaythe President for a little while but the time will come when members of the United States Senate will ride into blackest oblivion on n car labeled grafte Roosevelt is right in his fight fcr the Rate Bill and Right triumphs in the end TRE LOUISVILLE HERALD Bluepencil some ofJ the polil cs in the editorial column of Louisville Herald and you will find that column to be bright interesting and instructive In fact there are few better The edjtor of The Herald says things in a way that causes the reader- t turn from the headlines of the the first page to the editorials of ffijefourth page where is found wisdom wit and happiness MARKED C O D At Bowling Greene Ky a corpse is held m the depot marked collect The charges are 190 thinksthe priceis too highbeing a deadexpenseand as the corpse cant be moved and as it wont stands trip back to St Louis it looks very much to us witheall that end of Bowling Green will have to move further up town before ral wam weather sets in re i MT ZION The few days of pretty weather have sent the farmers about their work in a hurry Burning and sowing tobacco thehfor them We hope the good weather will continue and the crops will not be allnH B Bonta delivered his crop of tor bacco to the American Tobacco Co at Springfield Mr and Mrs Abe Carey of near Glens Creek spent Saturday night with Mr Bailey Pinkston and family Miss Rilla Russell of Vanarsdall spent several days last week with her mother Her sister Miss Carrie re turned home with her for two weeks visit cMiss Claudia Neale entertained the Saturdayofof Chap B1OmfieldHustonville Mrs R L Graham of Louisville is AirerdaysdMrs H B Bonta here Clifton Taylor who is in school at Bardstown spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother Mrs Ella Taylor Mr and Mrs Dave Cokendolpher and pentSundayiams theofpersons urday Rev Barker of Taylorsville Rev Maxwell Mrs Bush of Chaplin and Miss Fee Cokdndolpher of Bloomfield TaylorsvileSaturday and Sunday The occasio- nsas the regular quarterly meeting and in the absence of the the Presiding Elder Bro Robinson Rev Barker pre onhpecia ly fine Mr Jas Hood Sr and wife of Samuel arrived Monday to spend sev eral days with their son Mr Jas Hood rlLONG RUN spentSundayCreek Mrs Paralee Cocanougher visited Mrs Lucinda Blacketer Monday Mr Leslie Coyle and wife of Jen kinsville were guests at J M Coyles Thursday Little Katie Best visited her uncle FridayMrsnougher were in Springfield Tuesday shopping The Sunday school opened at Beech Grove Sunday with large attendance The first Saturday in May services will beheld at the Grove in the after morningWeas this Will give everybody a chance to come There will be singing all day at that iin this month Subscribe for The Sun 100 year rlJI1j It II I I Nigh Art C1thingj 6IIfIII g its The fabrics are tested by special processes pf tie maker the cut is the latest and most the and finish are as perfe as the shi led can nia it You will derive he greatest from HIGH ART Clothes wl ich Loot right when YOU buy and stay right when you wear em by CARDWELL Mrs John Hellard of Oy en county is visiting at this place for few days Mr Elven Perkins vis ted E T Perkins Monday and Tues ay of this place il A was out to hear Rev Mason Sunday and Sunday night M A Perkins of Battle and ETPerkins spent Friday wttJ W Perkins at Perkins Kyler haehtjsi tof horse clippers and will clip her es for each Married on the 3rd inst Miss Non Moor of this place to Mr hill Sims of Duncan The happy cou le left for Illinois the same day Married on the 8th Archie Hooper to Miss Nanie Botto Messrs Elis and Willie Foster of spent Sunday rith Hans ford Willham Mr Erastus Mobily our popular mer chant and Hansford Willham spent Sunday with Mr S 0 Millens at Coles Spring Boyle county JT Mobily wife and son and Mrs W H Littrell spent several days last week with S 0 Milton H J Brown sold his farm pf 115 acres on Denbow Creek to S T Roberts at 33 per acre Possession given December 1906 Stock Sales W L Graham sold to Edgar Darlan- one aged horse for 85 and bought of 100aJ A Kyler bought of R A Wiliha one pair of yearling mules for 130 Graham Perkins sold to Ben Hen dren one horse for 70 R A Willham sold to Dave Ross one mare f9r40 J A Kyler sold to R A William one cozy for 30 also one bull for 2250 E are today and from now on will be better equipped to serve the Pi rle in the business than ever tireTNERAL There is np better in thIS line We re spec fuIlY invitea pat of the patr nage of the public and we feel exclusive right for W shington other undertaker can use it in this county These Vaults are Stone and Will the Casket anji the Body When these vaults ar used water can not reach the casket they the chemicals of the eirth will in time destroy these but the stone vault when placed in nhe earth is in its natural state and will last HAYDON BURTON 1 II Wear the Famous WALK OVER Shoes J New Skin dollars Land Neckweai H TNewHATS Just Received 7 odUcorrection thoroughly approved workmanship t bestpaid craftsmen e satisfaction wearing them SoldonlY ROBERTSON BROS L f i largecrowd Willisbiirg 1 r n Dugansville 1 UNDERTAKING o undertakers elderlyHeisDIRECTOR t satisfactoryservicecountyno Preserve FOREVER whiletheTHESEVAULTS superiorto J1 Wess Gritten bought ft m Albert Willham Jne cow for 25 Willham sold to J T Mobily one bull or 25 W S Ross bought at Dan Me 1 jersey heifer and jersey bull for 50 WL Graham sold to S I Bunten one mare for 135 also on jack to Louis Coulter for 175 Caught Cold while Hunting a Burglar LanorganConstable provincial huntmgaHearing of ChamberlainsCou h Rem twcdThis remedy is intended especially for coughs and colds It will I sen and thanmany a Tate whereever ifs superior xcellence verydealIt is said Frankfort young ladies and old ones too for that mat er have taboped high heels on shoes L f A Stone Grave Vault FREE 1ITTIriJ I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL II i06 j TTWOICARIOAPS OF BUGGIES tn II b JVe are now receiving our line of busiesSome of the prettiest you ever saw The Best Vehicle for the least Money thats our motto Examine the Vehicles get the prices and be convinced that this is true The only thing that could posSibly keep us from Selling this season would be a lacK of demand but we be neve our low prices will Create the Demand Come to see us ring a sack along and let usfill it with the I best Northern White Seed Oats SAY SNITAndOUR DRINKS ARE BETTER THAN OTHERS1 1 YOU I lOUR youhave Iwere no others atedlsanitaryand e Want you to feel that our name on a bottle is a guarantee of Quality Try Red Rock SOlO Kola Lemo Limo Root Beer CARBONATED Be BRICKEN BROS COL- EBANON IN BOTTLES KY Local News Notes Onion sets at Johnson McCabes W C Grigsby the optician at Wal ton Hotel second Saturday of each month A special exhibit of all kinds of floor covering all of next week at Robertson Bros t Eight bars of Laundry soap 25 c at Johnson McCabes BRICK BRICK If youwant brick LawrenceAFor Sale Church chandelier with six lights In perfect order inquire of G W Lyons Try our milk bread recieved daily Johnson McCabe See the lace curtain at 98c the pair at Robertson Bros Big beautyIWANTED 100000 pounds of wool Will pay highest cash price W S GIBBS Willisburg Ky Will have strawberries Friday evening Johnson McCabe M H Jones wants to buy a good heavybodied work horse not less than 1200 pounds Small blemishes not ab jectionableHave Eyes Tested and Glasses Pitted by W C Grigsby the optician at the Walton Hotel Saturday April the 14th Fresh salted peanuts Johnsonw McCabe 1398 and 498 for beautiful 9x12 room size rugs dt Robertson Bros next week I will be at Willisburg Ky April 18th to do all knds of Dental Work Teeth extracted without pain All work guaranteed W F TRUSTY Try Jouhson McCabe NOTICEAll persons indebted to the firM of Jarboe Campbell are request ed to settle same at once McElroy Shujtz are giving free a handsome set of ware well worth 750 See advertisemen in this paper Thelladies of thb church will conduct an Easter sale in the lec ture room of the church next Saturday Many excellent dishes will be on sale Everybody inVited to attend Wanted bacon hams and shoulders- at Johnson McCabe Dont miss the special sale of car pets rugs mattings and wall paper at the Big Store next week Commen cing Monday morning at 9 oclock and lasting all week You are cordially invited to attend our exhibit any day this week Come and have a cup of coffee and hot bis cults if you intend to buy or not Kale new onions radishes cucumbers ewbeans new tomatoes etc at Johnson McCabes Important Notice Are your chick enssick R 41144 not only keeps them healthy but nwkes thfim lay ask your druggist for it Price 50 cents at all drug storesT t r I PHILLIPS T RAY PHI LIPS SPRINGFIELD MONUMENT CO Manufacturers and Dealers In t Monumental Work of All K nds We are prepared to offer you anything in the eorl Nfarble and Granite Tablets We handle everything m Granite and Marble known to the trade fil A Full Line of Designs 1 h thoW all the latest ideas of monumental constr ct on The best workmanship and the lowest prices are guaranteed We attend to putting up w rki i e are Agents For the Stewatt Fence iwhe best Iron Fence on the market for cemetery purposes i THE SPRINGFIELD MONUMENT C- Ot 1 i G D ROBERTSON CO Springfield Ky1 I Pawneeoats Presbyterian atIt tend the millinery opening next Saturday Given especially for you The Knott Co Have you seen the modern cooking wonder at McElroy Shultzs store come in any day this week We make a specialty of fruits and vegatables Johnson McCabe IGngsbY the optician fits all kinds of Ask to see the New Invisible Bifocal Glasses the Katseum one glass to see far and near with Rev Lyons v ill deliver an Easter sermon at the Methodist church next Sunday morning There will be special Easter music for the occasion All are invited NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS R 411 44 is sold under a postiveguarantee by your local druggist to cure Rouge Choleraand Limberneck or your money Will be refunded Read McElroy Shultzs advertise ment in this and you will not wonder whythey have such crowds every day EGGS EGGS EGGSA C Kimball has for sale White Wyandotts White Plymoth Rocks and Single Comb Brown Leghorns eggs from purebred stock at 75 cents for 15 pd 21 We are closing out our white fish at cost Johnson McCabe Grundv Mclntire recently received a small amount of money through the mail in a sealed envelop There was nothing in the envelop to indicate by whom the money was sent and it is presumed that it is conscience money Taken up as an stray a male shoat at the depot stock pen in Springfield Saturday the 7th of April Will weigh about 75 pounds Black andwhite Owner may shave same by proving prop erty and paying for this notice J L ALLEN NOTICEIt is very neccessary that the estate of F 11 Campbellbe settled as soon as possible All persons in debted to the estate are requested to pay the same at once to the under signed THEO C CAMPBELL Administrator of the eatate of F M lr HCampbell Mr S B Thompson will leave for Lebanon the latter part of week to take charge of the hotel which he recently rented in that city The people of Springfield regret very much to lose Mr Thompson and his estimable wile They will always be glad to have their Springfield friends visit them when in Lebanon i Out in Kansas City Kentuckians are making preparations to swoop down upon us next June in great style and with much splendor Over 275 of the boys met a few days ago appointed commitees and made final arrangements to attend the great event We note that Mr Emmett McElroy is taking an active part in the matter of making ar inKansasJune Auctioneer S M Campbell reports the Mike Lanham sale which occurred on last Saturday as follows A large crowd was present and everything sold high Sixty shoats sold for525 pe head or about 9 cents per pound Three mares from six to eleven years ttkl in foal by jacks sold for 200 21250 and 225 per head The farm rented for 175 till Jan1r 1907 Everything sold at unusually good prices Mr Campbell reports Bardstown court da sales on last Monday asbeing light NOTICE We beg to call the atten tion of our patrons to the hours for bunking Hereafter both banks will open for business at 9 oclocka m and close at 4 p m It is custpmery for banks all oVer the country to do this and we find it necessary to adopt this rule in order to get our books in readiness for the next days business Please do not ask for admittance sitebanking hours as theabove rule will be vigorously enforced AC MCELROY Cashier J A BOULWARE Cashier The usuztl beautiful East r services will be held at St Rose bn Sunday morning April 15 at8 oc The Solemn High Mass will be celebrated by the Rev Prior Father Vilely as silted by deacon and subdcajon Rev Father Hogarty who w41f d the sermon on the Resurrection ever fails to please his hearers The hoir will render Rosewigs 3rd Mass in E flat and Lambiletts grand Hallel jah SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE Rev T J Watts Sunday School Missionary of the Baptist State Mission Board will hold an institute at the Springfield Baptist church The institute till commence Friday night April and continue through Sunday the 22nd Rev Watts is an experienced and up todate Sunday school man and no teacher or officer in the town or county ran well afford to miss hearing him All are most cordially invited tc attend FOR RENT Flat over CW Hagans grocery Apply to C W Hagan MOORESVILLE Mumps are scattered all ov tour neighborhood Some are very sicjc while others have them in a light form Mr Ham Virgin has been removed from Mrs Josie Sttles to rBen Piles He as improving slowly Mr Thurman Weekley is convalescent Mr Preston Moore and family Visited Mrs Mattie Coleman at Bar stown last Sunday Messrs Sam Yocum and John Oliver were in Springfield last Saturday on business r There was quarterlymeeting st Mt Zion last Saturday and Sunday Mr Lee Godbey has returned home from a visit to Mr Mit Leach an at HillsboroMrs Hubert Eddlemari and Miss Lucy Ann Moore are on the sick list Mr Earnest Glur has moved to the farm of Mr Mat Truax They are putting in the bridge a ro the race near l1rD H Huston s Mr Wm Eddleman and family of Polin visited Mr Arthur Eddlema at Booker Saturday and Sunday Mrs James Wall and daughter Miss Lelia were in Springfield shopping last Saturday Mr Will Boblit and family visi e Mr George Grigsby last Saturday n Sunday n Mr Bernard Wall and wife visited the tatters parents Mr and Mrs Yan y at Midway lust Sundry Miss Fairye Lyddane of Midway Mr Mit Leachman of Hillsbofo Mi S Lelia Wall andMr Lee Godbey of this place attended church at Mt Zion lasit Sunday and dined wtth Mr James Gray and family at Polin ITATH AM SPRINGS 7r The prospect fora good wheat crop this year is very bright The hotel grounds are looking beauti ful now and we are expecting Mrs Wornall any time The ladies of this community jure having good luck with their turkeys and have a large number of chickens Mr Gregory a young man of Tennessee was here last week in the inter est of enlarging pictures Mr John Durr of Tablbw was at the home of his brother Mr James Durrl Sunday Mrl Durr bought a mare from Daniel 60rMiss Nannie Keeling has opened her linpof milinery goods at this place Emi a Wells of this place is engaged in the millinery business at Ashbrook Mrs Ed Jenkins who has been on beYout A Young Mother at 70 r lUfy mother has suddenly been made ryetljTg at 70 Twenty years of intense suffering from dispepsia hadentirely disabled her until six months ago when she began taking Electric Bitters which have completely cured her and restored the strength and activity she had in the writes Mrs W L Gil patrick of Danforth Me Greatest restorative medicine on the globe Sets purifiesiousness and Weaknesses Wonderful Nerve Tonic Price 50c Guaranteed By C J Haydon i oegeOeOeOeQeOeoeoeoeoeoeo I Personal Notes e a e 0ae Visitors In and Out of TownA CI Round Up of the Weeks d Personal News e 0 aeoeoeoeoeoeaeoeoeoeoe Q eoe =Rev Lyons is in Louisville this week Mr Bowman Brewer of Lebanon spent Friday with friends here f Miss Sallie Pope of Louisville visited her mother at this place Sunday Mr Logan Bosley of Lebanon spent Monday here on business Mr Thorn Level of Panama has returned homo after visiting his sister Mrs Mat Mayes at this place Mrs J H Lampton has returned home from a visit to friends in Louis villd Dr W W Ray of Lebanon was hereMonday on business Mr and Mrs J F Simms and daughters attended the funeral of Mrs Will Spalding at Bafdstown Miss Florence Hamilton of Fred ricktown Js visiting her sister Mrs J L Barber at this place MrjG CWhbrton and Col P Ri Bright were in Lebanon Tuesday Mr E S Jackson was in Lebanon Monday Mr Jessie Harried was in Bards town Tuesday Mr and Mrs J F Green attended the fundral of Mrs Will Spalding at Bardstown Mrs John Mahon and Miss Jennie McElroy of Lebanon spent Monday at he home of Mrs E S Mayes Jr MrJ 1 Wimsatt who has been traveling in the South is home to spend the Easter holidays ssMiss Lizzie Edelen formerlyof this place daughter of Mr Ed Edelen died at her home in Lebanon and was brought here for burial Misses Lizzie and Bertha Haydon have returned home after a visit to friends in Bardstown and Louisville Missdwere last week The children of Mr ahd Mrs J M Boswell who have have been quite ill for several days are improving Mrs Lum Abel and little son are spending a few days with friends in Lebanon Miss Mary Hamilton and brother John spent several days herd lastweek MrsJ A Boulware has been notified of the serious illness ofl an uncle Mr house atMcComb Ills V Mr James McClure is attending court in Louisville this week Mr WL Smith of Louisville was here last week on business Mr A C Kimball was in Louisville Thursday on business Mrs J H McClure and children spentSaturday and Sunday with her sister at High Grove Mr Will Huston was he e Friday on business Mr Theo Campbell was Kn Louis ville Thursday on business Mr E S Clements anti Nancy Simms spent Friday at Freie cktown Messrs Julius Edward Gwin Marks Jack Norris Jessie H rnett at tended the skating rink party Thursday in Lebanon Mr George Robertson was in Bardstown Sunday Miss Myrtle Price has returned home after a visit to friends in Bards town Mr John Shader who has been traveling for the Newton Spice and Tea Co has returned home to s end the Easter holidays Mrs J B RoBards is visit g relatives at HarrodsburgrMr Walter McLaughlin was inLeb anon Saturday Mis George Austin and Mss Lile of Lebanonattended the opening here SaturdaytMiss Sue Irvine of Lebanon is visiting her sister Miss Bettie at this place Mr and Mrs L D Baker aid little son visited friends at Gravel Switch Sunday Mrs J W Lewis and Miss Hadgie Brown after spending a week in Louis villa have returned home Mr Glen C Wood of New Haven visited friends here Sunday Mr Harry Stoy of Lebano was here one day last week Misses Rebecca McWhorter and Olin Goatley spent several days with Mrs Hoskins of Gampbellsville Mr Evan Rogers and neice Mrs Johnson of Lebanon are in today vn to =Mrs Simpson Roberts is in Caving Sa4irdamorning mother Mrs E B Brent The SHOE forl The FOOT THE AMERICAN LADY SHOE has an individuality of I style fit and finish that appeals at once to the good taste of the American woman In its construction only the very best of materials are used quality being combined with a I medium prjce OUR AMERICAN GENTLEMAN SHOE Most men have shoe troubles and for the man who wants perfect shoe satisfaction there is one that will pleaselhe American Gentleman Shoe It has all the snap dash and sterling qualities of its worthy namesake The minuteste detail of fine custom shoe making is portrayed in this shoe P J THOMAS z t I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY V APRIL III 1906 j Beverly of- Graustarkt small company or uonies and there roas no hope that he ever could regain Ills crown Gabriels power over the tannv was supreme The general put lie admired Dnntnn but It was helpless In the face of circumstances But why should Asplwln sock to harass Graustark nt this timer de manded Beverly Calhoun In perplex ity and wrath I should think the brutes would try to help her There IB an element of opposition to the course the government Is tak lag the officer Informed her Jn his fcwn way but It Is greatly in the mi JMKlty The Axphalulans have hated Graustark since the last war and the princess despises this American It Is an open fact that the Duke of Mlzrox leads the opposition to Princess Volga and she Is sure to have him beheaded Jf the chance affords He Is friendly to Graustark and has been against the policy of his princess from the start Id like to hug the Duke of Mizrox cried Beverly warmly The officer did understand her but Aunt Fanny was scandalized Good Lardl she muttered to the boxes and bags 4 As the coach rolled deeper and deep er Into the rock shadowed wilderness Beverly Calhoun felt an undeniable sensation of awe creeping over her The brave Impetuous girl bad plunged gayly Into the project which now led her Into the deadliest of uncertainties jartth but little thought of the conse ygne icee I The first stage of the Journey by coach had been good fun They had passed along pleasant roads through u quaint villages and among Interesting people and progress had been rapid Tbe second stage had presented rather terrifying prospects and the third day promised even greater vicissitudes LoOking from the coach windows out upon the quiet desolate grandeur of her surroundings poor Beverly begin Ao appreciate how abjectly helpless ana alone she was Her companions were ugly vicious looking men any one of whom could inspire terror by a loo She had Intrusted herself to the caret these strangh creatures In the mo Sent of inspired courage and now she was cojnstrained to regret her action e they ad proved worthy proctors iar as they had gone but every possibilities that lay in their power were appalling now that she Jutfi time to consider the situation jp The officer In charge had been recommended as a trusted servant of the czar an American consul had secures tile escort for her direct from the fron tier patrol authorities Men high in power had vouched for the integrity of the detachment but all this was forgotten In the mighty solitude of the i mountains She was beginning to fear her escort m re than she feared the brigands of the hills Treachery seemed printed on their backs as they rode ahead of her The big officer was ever polite and alert but she was ready to distrust him on the slightest excuse These men could tot help knowing that she was rich t and it was reasonable for them to sue pect that she carried money and Jewels with her In her minds eye she could picture these traitors rifling her bags and boxes in some dark pass and then there were other horrors that almost petrified her when she allowed herself to think of them Here and there the travelers passed by rude cots where dwelt woodmen and mountaineers and at long Intervals a solitary but picturesque horseman stood aside and gave them the road As the coach penetrated deeper into the gorge signs of human life and actvlty became fewer The sun could not send his light Into this shadowy tomb of granite The rattle of the wheels and the clatter of the horses hoots sounded therears of the tender traveler a dainty morsel among hawks and wolves There was an unmistakable tremor In her voice when she at last found heart to ask the officer where they were to spend the night It was far past Boon and Aunt Fanny had suggested opening the lunch baskets One of the guides was called back the leader be Inffa much In the dark as his charge There is no village within twenty miles he said and we must sleep In the pass Beverlys voice faltered Out here In all this awful Then she caught herself quickly It came to her sudden seerwas a trifle shrill and her eyes glistened with a strange new light as sho tackcompletelyfHow romantic Ive often wanted to do something like this The officer looked bewildered and nothing Aunt Fanny was speech less Later on when the lieutenant had gone ahead to confer with the guides about the suspicious actions of a small- troop of horsemen they had seen Beverly confided to the old negress that she was frightened almost out of her boots but that shed die before the men should see a sign 6f cowardice In a Calhoun Aunt Fanny was not so- proud and imperious It was WIth dif Hculty that her high strung young mistress t suppressed the walls that bad long been under restraint In Aunt Fan nys huge and turbulent bosom Good Lawd Miss Bevly deyll chop us all to pieces an take ouah Jewlr an money an cloes an evytlilng else ire done got about us GOO Lawd tie s tun back Miss Bevly We aln rent nomo show out heap in dese mountains dan aU l Be still Aunt Fannyl commanded I + Beverly with a fine show of courage You must lie brave Dont you see we cant turi back Its Just Us dangerous and u heap sl ht more so If we let on nere not lone bit afraid theyll reRp t us do you see and men never lirtrui women whom their respect lmpU g anted Aunt Fanny with exaggerated irony fBeverlyn itHAnd they look lIk real nice men honest meu even though they hWe such awful whiskers Deys de vast trasfi Ah even did see explode Aunt Funny Sbl Dont let them hear you whis pered Beverly In spite of or terror and perplexity she was compelled to jstnlle It was all so like the farce coiiiedies one sees at the theater As th ofllcLr rode up his face Was pale lo the sh dowy lightof the after noon and he was plainly very nerv OUR What Is tlie latest news from the trout she In julred cheerfully The men r rUse to ride on he ex claimed speaclng rapidly making It still harder for her to understand Our advance gpanl has met party of hunt ers from Axpb iln They Insist that you the line lady in the poach are the Princess Yetlvje returning from a secret visit Petersburg where you Went to plead for assistance from the czar Beverly Calhoun gasped in astonish merit It was iod Incredible to believe It was actually ludicrous She laugh ed heartily How perfectly absurd I um well aware that you are not the Princess Yetlve be continued em phatically but what can I do The men wont believe me They swear they have been tricked had are panic stricken over the situation The hunt ers tell them that the Axphaln author ities fully awaroof the hurried flight of the princess through these wilds are preparing to Intercept her A large detachment of soldiers is already across the Graustark frontier It is only a question of time before the red legs will be upon them I have assured them that their beautiful charge is not the prinCess but an American girl and that there is no mystery about the coach and escort All in vain Ihe Axphaln guides al ready feel that their heads are on the block while n for the Cossacks not even my djre threats of the awful an flndsfhw moro them Speak to your men once more sir goldWiimoney or valua les with me but there I can obtain lenty said Beverly shrewdly think g it better that they should believe h r to be without funds The cavalcade hud halted during this colloquy AH tin men were ahead conversing sullenly and excitedly with much gesticulation The driver a stol id creature sere iggly indifferent to all that was going on a0ne remained at apparentlydangerous ing But If Be erly could have read the mind of thit silent figure 01 the box she would have felt slightly relieved for he WKS infinitely more anxious to proceed tian even she but from far different rea one He was a Russian convict wh had escaped on the way to Siberia Disguised as a coachman he was see lug life and safety In Graustark or auj out of the way place It mattered lIttt to him where the escort concluded go Hq was going ahead He dare not go boCk he must i onAtthe end of t alt an hour the officer returned All h had gone from his face It Is useless hGcried out The guides ref so to proceed See They are going ojff with their countrymen We are lost without them I do not know what to do Wei cannot get to Ganlotk I dp not know the way and the danger great Ab madam here they comeU The Cossacks are go- Ing back I As be spoke the surly mutineers were riding slowly toward the coach Everyman hadIlls pistolon the high pommel of the s rdle Their faces wore an Hl only thought uas to pet away ugly look AH tley passed the officer one of them pointing ahead of him with his sword shouted savagely i BalaklIt conclusive and convincing They were desert ng her Oh oh ohl Tue cowards sobbed Beverly In rage and despair I must go on IB it possible that even such men wpuld leaver She was Intern Pted by the voice of the officer who r Using his cap to her commanded at tlio mme time the driv er to turn his lanes and follow the escort to BalakiWhat that demanded Beverly a alarm COMMISSIONERS SALE Washington Circuit Court Ky S P Thompson Admr etc Plaintiff vs H K Goodlett Defendant Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1903 in the above styled cause for the sum of 150 with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum from the 28 of December 1906 until paid I shall proceed to offer for sale at the in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL 23 1906 at 2 oclock p m or thereaboutbei- ng County Court dayto the highest and best bidder at public auction followingdescribedthereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made A tract of land on Long Lick creek in Washington county Ky bounded Beginning at a stone on bank of said creek corner to Gray thence down said creek 2260 poles to a stone corner to Sleet Chessir thence with Chessirtf line S 55J E 31401 poles to stone thence S 58 E lOA poles to stone thence N 83 E27 to stone thence N80 E 8 45 poles to stone thence N 10J E 36 15 to stone beginningContaining Amount to be raised 21045 For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approve bearinglegal preparedtoM G LEACHMAN M C W C C COMMISSIONERS SALE Washington Circuit Court Ky W H Riker etc Plaintiff vs T H Royalty etc Defendant Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1905 in the above styled cause I shallproceed to offer for Springfield y MONDAY APRIL 23 1906 thereaboutbeingCounty best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six twelve and eighteen months the following described prop erty towit or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to pdHarrodsburgon the lands of C C Durr on outheast by lands of C C Durr and S C Shir ley on Southwest by lands of Jerome Shirley and Richard Leonard and on North by Paralee Sanders Containing 65 acres and 21 roods Amount to be raised134755C-ost 4320 139075 For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approve security bealinglegalPaid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W C C COMMISS10NERSSALE Washington Circuit Court Ky Mrs Lulie Kelly Exutrixetc of the will of J W Kelly Plaintiff vs C B Mudd etc Defendant Equity By virtue ofa judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1906 edltodoor in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL 23 1906 at 2 oclock p m or thereabout be ing County Court dayto the highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property towit or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of moneyso ordered to be made countyKyturnpike hnd the railroad about one mile of Springfield Ky and is bounded na follows Beginningat a point in the Eastern edge of the right of way of the railroad 50 feet east of the center of the line thereof on the continuation of the old fence row thence N 88J E 77 poles and 10 links with the old fence row in Mullicans line to a stone in same N17 E 26 and 10 links with Mullicans line thencoto a wajnut corner to James JsVioa in Mullicans line thence with Sheas line N 82 W 70 poles and 10 links to corner to tollgate lot thence S 86J W to the center of the Bloomfield and Springfield turn pike thence with the center of said turnpike N10 W12 to the bridge east fork of Roaa Run thence N 86 W 10 poles to the eastern edge of right away 50 feet center line thereof thence to the beginning Containing acres Two notes and interest126005C- osts 6175 Total amount to be raised132180- For the purchase price the purchaser- or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and have the force and effect of a judgement Lien is retained on land for which bonds are executed Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W C C Tobacco cigarette wrappers soldat Owenton last week for 20 per hundred pounds J Dr WTrijstyPractical Dentist9 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over i ay don Barber IiDr J M1BtitonRES- IDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Without Pair CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strict y First class Springfield Ky Offlcotu Flagon Block up sir B InsuranceSPRINGFIELD KE TUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual alga reliable and the best dividendpaying company Inthe world Your DR J H LAMPTON DR J CMUDD MUDIJI TUCKY OFFICE J HATDONS onto Office Hours 12 M to 2 p M tIDr J H HopperSPRI- NGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BOCk Up stairs Phones Residence 71 office 7 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES H Day 49 Nigh 109 T SCOTT 1 AYES iATTYATLAW j SpringfieldKy courts of WashingtonandadolninFcountles In the of Appeal and Federal r CourtsC McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practlqo In all State and Fedora Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will pracflco In the courts of WafhluKiou and adjoining counties sad lu the cour a of Appeals W1E SELECMAN T ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky in the courts of Was hugton and adjoining counties and in court of ppeals f MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Will practice in the Courts of Wash theaS M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Kyi saltyWillable Phone 84 t1 1BootsShoesRub Cist LiastWur Best l Salesmen B C DOdoS tl i l CLUBBING RATES 11iTI- ILOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year Jo 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier 40SameThe Sun and the daily Courier Journal any days in the veeku i 70 dailyCourierJournal days in the week six months J 30 Th CpuirierJournal 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily OQThePost one year 4j 00 I t3 1tIt WASHINGTON COlHTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYnoME when you want tbi have a job Of wor homekhavegoodstohousedoubtlesanice in jt int but dont come Up Pay your money out at home and may comeback again but send it to one of the big mail order houses land it will buy2tfc nt cigars for some thefollowingable men When you want to make h purchase loqk over this list and select your store You te3iebigHAYDON 5t BARBER Dealers In roceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc George B Taylor r UmbrellaRecovering T Irvine ftcElroyi Dealer Su IFancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Herilein Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served Red Cross Drug Store Drugs Stationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty rC J Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles Lead Jeweler arid N Railroad Time Table Incoming Trains Suny IArrivesOutgoing Trains Daily Leaves 715 a Leaves 617II If Junctn 703 845If 410 pm Arrives 755If 93b II54f THE SUN AND Both pa pers yr Bryans Commoner175We- ekly CourierJournal 150 Louisville 125 American 150 Weekly Enquirer 175 Weekly Atlanta 175 SemiWeekly St Louis 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette n 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine i 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South jk 150 oooOooqooOOooooooooooooooo YOUNEEDIT VI- ECURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few which absolutely cure piles As an evidence its wonderful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file his office 1426 testimonials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited thepast year This is a new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a of the sale 2646 boxes for Sale By All Druggists DR J W Hodgenville K- Ymooooooooo NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas Graves Jewelry Store Will draw Mortgages Deeds and Contracts tbeen1nTHOS Graves ROBERTSON BROSr Dealers Ii Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc wC W Haian Dealer In Groceries Vegetables Ice Beer Etc WE man Dealer InP Furniture Carpets Mus cal Instruments + James J G ayes Watchmaker and Jew ler Repairing Done on Short Grundy Claybrook Mcjniire- Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing Scots and Shoes ultzIDealers In 0Hardware Ed M Russell Fine line Watches Clocks Silverware Etc L 1only No91 No 42 salves result Notice Daily No Suny only No 525a 12 m Bardstown Leaves Bardstown at Louisvilfe po Weekly Herald Cincinnati Republic SAL Dr of in of THOMAS 43 90 fr d Jaily N 4 m m p 80022C m 3 J J J aeaeoe oeaeaeoe eoeeoeo aTI1EB ChaphnW atea i Power Rollerte n MAKES TH rtrBEST FLOUR 1a1Q atQ e 5 In Springfield and many J 2 other sections of V hington J JJ1 D B SUTHERLAND f I CHAPLIN K f 5 o ooooa tlo ooaiiaitogtell e aae aeneaeo It THE FIRST f tti0ByOa SPRINGFIELD KEI TUCKY Q a wllpww CAPITAL 50 ft J Surplus and Undivided 5 J Profits 25006 5 CIOFFICERS Q a B L Liteey President QaL B Cain Asst Cashier aB E Foster Bookkeeper DIRECTORS B L LItsey J Wwis a pbellR Q aJno O PolinDa We grant every favor c nsistent Q with safe banking If you have 5qeOeaeaeQeaeOeOeaeO OOeg Q Shoe Repairing lam located in the wholes de harness shop of Allen Begemann t nd am pre pared to do all kinds of high lass shoe repairing at the most reason ble prices ADOLPH ZANNZ1NIEI 17 The deaf and dum f oemaker l Subscribe for The Sun tLOO ywlih 1MI RING lELd r 1 IJRINir LD KY WEDNESiJ AY APRIL 11 11 j I j 1 ORDINRNGBS Of the Gity ofSprinfielcL Ky jJldfptedFebruary 2 I9O61 j The City Council of the City of Springfield lip ordain as fbiiows Sec 1 That the regular tmeetings of the City Council sl al be held jin the second Friday In each month at the law office of W MjiChord in Springfield Ivy The time of meeting shall be 730 oclocl PM firbin Qatpber 1st to May 1st and at S P M from May 1st to Cotober lsLl i Sed 2 The members of said Council shall each be allowed for their 8t lovjqes as such Councilmen the sum of TWO 200 Dollnr1 for each reg ular meethiof the Council which they shall attend Sea 3 The Mayor may call special sessions of the City Coijneil by written notices to be served upon each member at least three urs be fdid the time of meeting whenever in his judgment he ma deem It nec 0 es8a threer3member of the Council Ji sea 4 On the failuroof any member of the Council lqnll1 the meetings at the time designated and anSwatVliJ roll call lift siiaU forfeit his pVOViliedO t Sed 8 It shall be the duty of the Mayor to punish an onb guilty ofj utempit during the sessions of the Council by tine not oxoaudjng t tenj lliirs and the City Council may by resolution instruct fcho Mnyor to tine any one SO offending i The Ctty Council of Springfield IQs do ordtiin as foil iva a iPC At tluf hour of meeting the Mayor aUnll call the iueotiu o or Kr direct the names of those present to be placed on record airily Jshould here be a quorum present tine business should be take up d die 5oed of in the following order 1 Reading minutes of previous inflating 2 Communications petitions tliid grievniices 3 Call for reports of committees 4 Reports from Officer f 6 Unfinished and now Business Sec 7 It shall be the duty of the Ma ltU preside it all mftotings the City Council and to decide all points of order to nosarvo order and decorum in the Council he shall state all matters of f not within his knowledge upon questions before the the Council report all neglect of du ty officers of the city inform the Council U points of prior and propor mode of proceeding whenever he inay doom it necessary or whenever called upon He may speak to pofnts of order In preference to other mem berst but he shall not In any other manner irprtitioi pate in lebate- unless he shall vacate the chair for that purpose fn lclt case lu shall appoint TL gome other member prosont to pros de t Sec Sv He shall state all questions to the Council when regularly moved fcy a member and the same to a vote Announce he result j he shall oeisioalaH IIIICiieSec 9 He shall be governed by ptirliamoptmy ruins ud usages hlI disposing of all business that liiajy conic before the r u itlli Sec 10 Each member of the Council except the Mayer shall bo required to vote on all questions submitted unless fqr special reasonable beI excusedor whet directly interested In the result of the vote Sea 11 All votes of the Council shall be by yea and nay upon all ques Lions involving the transfer of real estate and upon question involving an i expenditure of more than fifty dollars and upon the adoption pf ordinances for the assessment of any lax and for the establishment of limy license and upon any other question when demanded by lain inemberrof the Coun II the yeas and nays shall be recorded In the journal of proceedings Sec 12 No person except members shall bo allowed to speak or ad dress the City Council on any question without the consent of the Cou- ntt and persons not members shall be required to retire whit a vote is br ibeiingSee 13 All petltlonSj communications or matters of gr evance shall P presented in writing signed by the person originating tl em or inter 14ed therein and it shall require the unanimous consent of all members u consider verbal communications of any laird from persons not members if the Council i writsSeag signed by aheCommittee unless they be excused by the Council from so loing eachSeaunless authorized by the Council and shall be aJ ointOd annu followingallshall constitute the Standing Committees of the Council i L Executive Committee 2J Ways Means Finances and Claims ptr3 Street Sidewalk and Improvement CommittQO- a 4 Fire Water and Light 5 Charity Sanitary Jail and Cemetery DGpartInentsfitt THE EXECIT1VE COMAUTT1215 Sec 1C The Executive lon11l1J lee shall consist bt th Mayofaml one member ot the Council to be Appointed by the Mayor tltSecourandasrentsit progresses as provided by the contracts under which the work may be done that may mature between the regular meetings of the Council The Committee shall make idly reports of Its acts to the next regular meeting of the Council Sec 18 It shall be the duty of Committee on Ways Means Finance and Claims tq the wa and means of raising revenue foi the purpose of conducting the government of the City and to recommend the the Council Said recommendation shall be based tfpon the sauikto rent expenses of past years as gathered from the report of the er and other Officers of the City as to receipts and expend timely of the City and from any other source from which they may derive information Said recommendation shall be in writing allowing an estimate of the prob frouabli taxation or other method of raising revenue Said repor shall ihow the oslimated expenses of the various departments ot govern flout Uio total estimated expenses All claims or demands against this City except 9ucb aa may be passodupon by the Executive Couuplttep slUt ba ibferrod to Mid juimltloe whose duty it skull be to exti line into ftud oomWcr the cprrectneaft thereof SeetNo claim or demand shall he unsidered by Ui oiuuillloo anlees strata is presented in the nmiutor itiiW form an rarflar by the ordinance with reference to claims Tjie fommiUoe may exan the witnogKM for and against the claim when In dpwbt as to the corrertu a of ftii e reportandRARITY SANITARY AND JAIL AND CIspTERY C MMI iTHa Sec 20 It shall be the duty of the Charity Sanitar a id Jail GaUl mittee to look after the poor of the city and to report to the Council fiaaieK which In their judgment deserve assist a are 1 S f 2L labaH be the duty of said CoimulUeej to took after ttt c n thtdiUocltl- zeds of tale city the oltd1tiona IrU wells cistehig U4twitter awiy Iuf1elheport to the Council any violation tlleretJt Sec 22 t shall beVthe duty or iUl Comipittee liiipsict the jail and to see that Jill persons received into anti relpased fiiiini thB jail MXJ properlj regiitaied and to see that all the property of Title city is prii ser ved and k Ptlh good condition r i Sec23 shull have charge of the City Cemetery dud the perstn pnililoyed to ceep the samo and see that It is kept clean o1 weeds mill oili oio objectionable undergrowth aid Jiave the sonic properly laid off in ioIand lotus plats irfiulo of same and properly numbered STREET IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE Sect t shall be the duty of the Street Improvement Committde to examine he streets alleys slid sidewalks and seethat they ut kept in proper condition and In all cases whore repairs and linprovesiien s may be imperative for the public safety and bq needed before the action of the Council can be secured thereon atid in which the cost of sumo will not exceed ten dollars they may make contracts to have such im provements and repairs made Should the probable cost exceed ten dollars they shall report said repiLiISor improvements to the MajW and recom mend such teti m ae they stay deem tliQ t1tyipr shall reference thejel i 7 tlJIlth See 25 UIShJr be their duty to nrocl sill superintend this rejalra and i upto enl the streets sHlewftllis null alleys aud to examine into uich iiuiTtovonionts and repairs ng the work progrewwR uiul report the Council whotho aiIot the cjOnlrtlots with referenced therblo are being complied with fllccording to the t iias and rondftlon 1J tttiiif13e fore any acCou it fOlUh work or liupiMttviliiionts shall be alldWetl the siiihc mull be XJUiiiuoil and approved by the Street Inijuoviajmaiit Commit- ty ySffic 20 It ailmU be their duty to report to the CoupaUqU Viola UdiiB of ordinances fcoucornliig the public ways of the City l1dJO1e- elht 111 Ift w1 vlih reltorence thereto have been fully complied with COMMITTEE ON CLAIMS Sex 27 A1 IIeitllme or demftnds ft aiwat the telly shali ba jeferred to ihc Coiumlttflw on Ways Moans Finance null Claims whoso duty shall be to oxitmlno Into and consider the correctness thereof and loI re om ireud at jtho next regular meeting tiC the Council the payment tfr disallowance tlioropf it mfr exalnine witnoases for hill against same whojn in doubt as to the correctness or justness thereol ON FUIB LIGHTS AND WATER iCOMMlTTElS duty of the Commlttao on Fh4Lfalit ana 10 nl0ans for oxtln 11t1ordered by the Cpuncil the condition oi the hose or other supplies and tag Coniniltttli Shall confer with the Chlpt of the Fire Uopartment to nil buildings tofreconimend to the Couricil needed alteralloiis It shall report id lire Council icily violation of couLa JU lOtw Ma the City had Wajoi1 Com1 panjr regarding fts pbiigatic u to ext1 guiBh fire nnd shall report nHi defects In pipe4 plugs other apparatus of such Company ti idlug t1 diminish its ability to extinguish fire unYjrolaitlontug the supply of water and lights frlr citj purposes It shall from UmdI to time recommend to the Council needed changes in the supply ofj water and light and any alteration of existing contracts with reference thereto It shall be the duty of the Committee to hear com ilaintsfronut citizens concerning the violation of contracts for water or lights with reference to inadyqiiate suppllos unlawful bharges or ftthor VIolations apd to r port such defects in machinery or apparatus fear extinguishing fires hs may need ohangoB or repairs It shall also report tho names o f pesons who may take water from hydrants without lawful authority Si to do COMMITTEE ON SUPPLIfis See SOi The Committee on Supplies shall issue requisitions for supj plies for tiny Part of the city government for jthe use of tho City and sloth make In wjrltln such requisition for Such supplies meVohrfndise or other property that 111JtJhe necoesaijy for ISO In any of the departments of the city which requisition before being complied with aliiiil btt ap proved by the Mayor Tho forms of such r illslttonsuhall bo as tollaws Springfield Ivy day of J 19 To the Commit IU on Supplies City of Springflold Thp L lepartmont of the city noodB t w i ti v UHi Mier JjSt niake requisition for e uue AIrlartiited alit ilw 4loo Miyorot Springfield ICy The Mayor shall Oftuse a suitable number of such requisitions to be printed in blank form and bound with suitable stubs attached for the use of the officers of the city and all requisitions for supplies shall be ont forms and such requisitions shall be presented to the Committee on Supplies and if said Committee fib of tpe opinion that said goods are needed and tIt t there is sufficient of the annual appropriation to the credit of the cltto pay for such supplies then said Committee on Supplies shall give a written order to the Il1Jrson from whom such sup plies are to be purohased upon the following form Springfield 1Cyday or 100 To iIYau are hereby authorized to furnish + the following artlofiiSfOr the uso of this town of Springfield r Ii Clififrman Committee on Supplies Said blanlts sjhjijl be arranged with suitable stubs on whloh stubs shall biz a duplicate pf the original whirl shall be numbered consecutive ly Said stubs shall be preserved by the Committee und shall accompa ny each report of the Committee tq the Council r Sec 31 No fHii piles purchased by the OILY sluill be sold or dells Springeyedfield nnr shall tho CJijr bo In any mwuior hound for the payment of such gouda so furuls had except tine person selling same shall have a writ ten jiiiiler signed by tits Clwilrman of the said Committee niui approved by the liP 10rISe iiZ All ern alit qtns the City of Sjicingfiold for goods on other proper j furnished kud delivered the City shall be presented tit the first regultt meeting ill the month after same is bought and shall always be uoooiiipnnled by the order of ibe Committee on Supplies therefor and nd claim gannet the City for such supplies shall lIe approved by the Cum niittpe or allowed by the Coumil unless the saute shall bCIlluleQR the official blanks Its iiwrehibofore provided OFFjlCUJRS TO BE ELECTED BY TUB COUNCIL The City Council of the City of Sprlngtleia Kyt do ordain as fwllows Sect That at the first regular meeOns bf the City CxiimcU In the uibnlh of January aud every two years thereattor there shall be ap pointed by the Council the following officers Attorney for the City Clerk of the City Council Treasurer and Marshal and from time to time Icia assieUats to theaM J1t M the jQanWil mar dbe proper aiurdhleij ojf the Fire DePlUt mea t aud mtol er dt tile Irtte I ejiiwtoieht Id aisiltssctr wfcerjr Oaf ClCflr teUribI tfI to 19tat tn ass esunent oi lie propctt of the City mtite see from tIe S te aiffl County as Msnieuf Sei4 Before eulerlivg ttpoji the fit clmrfte of their resptctiv duties iiid officeti sifall take tire path of ff1cQas rei ll troll irv the Constitu tion wad tine of Kentucky and execul bond with good security to be approved J f the Council for the faithfid perforluaneeof their duties he form of the bond shAll be as follows We k Bi principal Jand1CDaildlil F su eUes hereby cove out to and with the City of Springfield Ky and wmftb Council there cf that said A 13will faithfully discharge all orhls office f r the City of Springfield and will pay over to sue i Persons at such mes as Uiiy may respectively Ije qnbilled to ills sanke all money that nay come i to his hands as ilof the City of Springfield and perform such other duties as niEitr beii required by the laws and or dinances of said City Given under my haitll this r tltcof i 4ifci90tJB c r + 7 The City of Springflald and atrr persons agrleved on the failure of jhy officer to discharge his duty sliuljhav s cause of notion on saltd bond- r such damages as may accrue by reaidn of such failure Sec 34 S iid ffiCeia shall hold thoir offices at fhe pleasure of the Ity Council sickblea of his ofTicefor more than throe days at a time the Council may ap iFoiut another officer in Ills Place until said officer is able to resume his duties and may allow the person acting In place of the regular oUt- er reasonable compensation which sum shali be deducted from hIry of such officer Sec 3G City officers we prolUUitea from discounting or deal in any way in vouchers or claims ngalhs Any officer time Winding shrill be deemed guilty of misdeme JjbYinKi on convtctlon shall ho fined ton dollars for each offfehse Sec 37 It Shall be edtitof the City to institute pro eedlngs In llie Pat Court against any officer guilt of violating this iection No officer shall be directly or indirectly interested as agent ir princijal in any contract with the City i V r MAYOR v The City r4 until of the City of Springfield IC 4o ordain as follows See 38 The Mayor shall bo a conservator of the public peace and sl1veIfly of tho citizens of thc Citof Sprinnfiold to assist in enforcing theEUw Any person disobeying TClie Mayors orders and without reason Ule excuse shall be guilty of riiisdpmeanpr and fined In a sunk not ex ceeding ton dollars Sec 39 He shall be Head of the PoliceForee of the City and may Oinmand tliem In the perforniancQ of their duty Sec 10 The Marshal shall bo tinder the Mayor and the Mayor shall aVe the power and it shall be his duty at any time vfhen he has yea tenable grounds to believe and docs believe that the Marshal or any officer of the City has failed to discharge his duty or has in any way r become unfit to discharge the duties pC4helr of cesta suspend said off reis until the next regular meeting of the Council at which regular n eating of the Council the Mayor shall report the suspension of said facers and his reason therefor In writing and the City Council at inetJUgatetist spension for It longer time or remove said officer Or shall take such other actioftv concerning saiue as they may deem proper under all the cir ciimstancesNo officer suspended under the terms of this ordinance slfiill draw any from the City during the time of his suspension N thing In thls Ordinance shall be costrued to take from the City its gen qrill Bowers to r move officers as provided by the laws of Kentucky Sec 41 The Mayor shall sign the proceedings pf the City Council wlieiKsame shall have been written by the Clerk in the journal and app prived by the City Council and shall sign all ordinances when copied in the ordinance book He shall have poxver to al iprvetor veto any or lnance or rest lutlon but any such ordinance or resolution vetoed by th Mayor may be passed over his etollr two thirds of the whole lumber of coun iluten elected Should the Mayor refuse to sign any or dl lance or resolution or to return the same to the City Clerk with hiS objections in writing within ten days after Its passage the same shall la ce effect without his signature In any ordinance apri ropriatlng money tlu Mayor may otoanIsllIgle item lhre ralIJl if such item be not Pass oi over Ills veto elll be disallowed cll1iwfaithtimproper conduct or violation of rice law by the officers pf the Ciy and recommend such action as he may de m proper generalrlcial bonds have been duly seethed and presented tot e City Council cityIt1punishedll theb1seecwAl sales of property fpr city taxes the Mayor with the of the City Council shall have the right to make pur pluses of pBoperty for the City t Sec 46 He shall receive for his salary the sum pf seventyfive 76 dol ars per year payable out of the City Treasury CLERK OF THE CITY COUNCIL jibe City Council of the city of Springfield Ky do ordain as follows See 47 It shall be the duty of the Clerk to keep a regular jour thenotthe names of persons signing same and the dates thereof All reports of committees all contracts entered into by the Council the substance IIn brief of all petitions received and acted upon all claims and allow tlU es made by the Council and he shall keep a full and correct index of oil matters continued In said journal of proceedingssZ 8ld3heec hugs of each meeting at tine first regular sheeting th reaf erandwlnn the record shall be approved by the Council he shall attest the sane and present 1t to the Mayor for his signature and said record CoureilmakeLhell and credits for each wnrranjjssued by h4n Sec 50 He shall report alt qfjtfiers and persons indebted eta the clt who fail td render their accounts at the proper time pay moieys in their hands into the Treasury He shall report the fi Mnes J 1 t i it4 I or all persons to whom licenses have been issued to do any bus mess in the city also when said licenses have expired and shall give the Marshal a list of the names of such persons with the dates on which said licenses expired Beec 51 It shall be his dut to furnish attested copies of any bonds contracts or resolutions or rders of the Council when required by any person entitled to the same or which heShall receive a fee for said copies of two cents for eve y twenty words to be paid by the par ty focufing said copy provided no charge shall be made against the Cltf Council He shall issue attested opies of all notices authorized and di reeled by the Council and deliver same to the proper officer to bo servedtSeec 52 He shall issue and countersign warrants on the Treas urer for all sutras that may be au borized Each warrant shall be in the following form and bound in book form and numbered consecu lively with stubs or duplicates U correspond therewith CITY WARRANT SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS yaw Springfield Kyt190Treasurer of the City of Springfield Ky y Flay to the order of r l Don rson account of 4This order is subject to any debtedness Of the payee to the CitY1 of Springfield YICle n Mayor 853 It shall be his duty apportionment warrants for which liens are given t rlmprovements of public ways as may be required by ordinance snd within two days thereafter shall i1t itbe same upon a register fo that purpose and when hesame are paid shall mark upon the register the feet of payment r 54 He shall issue warran against any lot owner in favor tcontrfaSecc tors doing work on public ways stating the amount due and giving a short description of the lot su ject to lien Sec 55 He shall countersign alljaoids issued by the City and affix thseal of the City thereto after sam shall have been signed by the Mayor Sec 56 It shall be his duty to make out from the assessment list returned to him by the Assessor or City Council the tax bills for adv larem and head taxes for the year In the book to be pro vided by the Council for that purpose and shall prepare the receipts to be given by the tax receiver for taxes to be collected and received by him and shall issue all tax war ants against delinquent tax as may be provided in the ordinance applicable to the collection or delinquent taxes Sec 57 It shall oe his dutyu der the direction of the City Coin dlta cause the publication of every ordinance passed at a meeting immediately after the adjournment tnereof and to preserve a copy of such publication He Will keep am ordinance book in which shall be recorded all the ordinances of the City and all the amendments theret with dates of the passage thereof after an ordinance shall have betpassed or amended read and approved by the Council Sec 58 It shall be his duty to issue all licenses provided for in these ordinances as provided1 under ordinances concerning Revenue and Taxation and Licenses For each license so issued by him he shall be entitled to a fee of twentyfive cents to be paid by the person for whose benefit it is Issued Sec 59 It shall be his dotto preserve all books papers and to ords of his office and of the fount il and shan fileTand properly in dotes all reports of officers and co mittees contracts bonds and oth papers received and acted upon by the Council and shall deliver to successor in office or to the City Council when so required by them books and papers in his hands belonging to his office Sec 60 He shall receive for hi salary the sum of ten dollars 10 per month payable monthly out of the funds ol the city during the time he shall perform the duties of his office 1crrYA TOREY Y the City Council of the City of Springfield Kyda ordain as fol lows Sec 61 The City Attorney shall represent the City in all suits In Whichthe city may be a party and snail prosecute all suits or warrants for the recovery of flnesor penalties brought In the Police Court in the name or at the instance of the Cifly He shall report to the Council any officer of the City who shall fail to perform his duty and prosecute said officer when so directed oy the Council Sec 62 He shall attend the regular meetings of the Council and give such advice or counsel as may necessary He shall counsel and advise the officers of the city when required by the Council and give a written opinion upon questions of law coming before the Council He shall ex amine all official bonds and report to the Board such as arre not prop ly executed and signed He shall in no instance take a fee from or as counsellor or adviser of any perso corporation or company in any case in opposition to the interest of the City or Inapy contract business in which the City is Interested Sec 63 He shall collect by law all dues and demands of the City when placed in his hands He shall cause to be collected and paid into the Treasury all moneys which may be due the city from any source Sec 64 He shall perform such o her duties las may from time to time be fixed by the Council For his services In prosecuting violations of these ordinances he sball receive a his compensation thirty per cent of all fines which may be collected an 1 paid into the Treasury except that in all cases in the Police Court a fee of 1250 shall be taxed as cast when judgment Is less than ten dollars which fee shall lie for tile ben e lit of the City Attorney iIt POLICE FORCE t The City Council of the City of Springfield ordain as fol clawsI f + KjIdoSec 65 The police force of the Itr shall the 11arsl and uChjotherp6iCemen Or Jisslstai tP ns may hv the C as it may d e iproper for the Sod dovernm eat vof the city ii Sc 66 The Marshal shall lJe second in command to the Mayor the police force of the city He almll attend All sessions of the C Council execute all orders thereof p eserve order thereat tuid serve no thesessiarisall orders processes and jUdgments ti such eGltrt asiaa k lrectei to him He may appoint a deputy or JepiUies by xnd with the advice mid eirnconooliceaien b land Nvltli the advice of the Mayor T J1 Sec 67 He shall see that all tie laws and ordinances of the Cits are complied with He shall give information to the City Attorney or J Police Judge of an offenses against aid laws and artiinunces and causc prosecution to be instituted for offenkes In his presence and when directed by the Mayor or City Attorney shall give information of offenses whether the knowledge come to him from his own observati or from the observation of others He shall be diligent in detecting and prosecuting illegal retailers of liquors keepers of disorderly houses g blers and keepers of gambling houses and shall report to the City Athetqrney all vagrants disorderly or suspicious persons lurking about the City without visible means of support Sec 68 He shall inform the City Attorney of the time of trial of every case before the Police Court prosecuted at the instance of the City Sec 69 He shall ascertain that all persons doing business requiring a license have procured same and hfe shall immediately notify the City Attorney and have warrant issued agairst any person doing such business without license as required by these 01 dinances T See 70 He shall arrest persons gtUlty of drupken or disorde conduct at any time without warrant aa may persons ar rested for any bailable offense in jail in Washington County it neces sary for safekeeping until taken before the Police Court for examination Sec 71 He shall patrol the city during the day and night as the City Council may direct 4 ll tafarthwlthbreach of the peace or any other misdemeanor or any violator of any or dinance of this city and to procure and execute karrants of arrest for all persons whom he may have reasonable grounds to believe is guilty of any offense and take them before the proper officer to be dealt with According to law It shall be his duty to use diligent efforts to detect Citytothat good order be maintained in the City V t Sec 73 He shall wear at all times on the lapel of his ccat a meta SpringieldconSecfined in jai1ar convicted In the Police Court and the amount of fines assessed against them Sec 75 The Marshal is to receive as his sum of fifty tiol lays 50 pemonth payable monthly out of saJrthe sury In addition to fees allowed by the law for services to defendants who may be convicted by the court ASSESSOR jThe City Council of the City of Springfield Ky do ordalnasfollows e Sec 76 It shall be the dpi of the Assessor when appointed be tween the 15th day of September and the 15th day of November of each year to take a list of the taxable prbpcity In tht City and return sante to the Clerk of the Council before the first Moiday iii December in each earari blank forms to be furnished him bj theC ty Council He shall fix the value of all property that may be assessed by the tax ofta voluntary Ieand he shall fix the value of sich property According to his own judgment estimated at the price It vould bring at a fair cash saleaREVENUE AND TAXATIO The City Council of the City of Springfield K v do ordain as fol lasI SpringfieldK outI prscn j t to taxation In the city of Springfield Kvv unless same be exempt from taxation under the Constitution aud laws of Kentu ky and shall be as sessed at Its fair cash value estimated ntthe price it would bring at a fair voluntary sale Sec 78 For the purpose of taxation real estate Includes all the ands within the city and improvements thereon and personal estate shatl include every other species or character of property that which is ible as well as that which Is Intangible Sec 79 All property taxed jluedas of the first day of September of each year and the person owning u r holding the same in the right of another on Jthat date shall Jist it with the Assessor sand the person or corporation ivn ing same and property assessed slum remain bound for the paymeifit of taxes notwith witch prepare or cause to be prepared a blank form for taxpayerforthislJeassessedIon resides and the number ot lots he may ow their location and size and value He sluil also have on Ita place for all the personal property owned by the person assessed in this Porn Amount of bonds number value fixed ly the pets n assessed and ti value fixed by the Assessor Amount of nojtes secured by mortgage num ber value etc as above Amount of Bother notes number etc above Amount of accounts Amount of cash on lean Amount of cash on deposit in Bank Amount of deposit with corporations Amount of cash on deposit with Amour t of all other credo its or money at Interest Amount ashjn in joint tacIt companies or associations of this state not paid the comp nar association Amount of stock In foreign Number ard value of thorough bred or standard stallions Number thoroughbred or stand ard geldings Number and value of tbor1ghbred or standard mares and colts Number arid value Of ta11io or common stock Number and value of geldings mares and colts of common stock Number and value of mule and mule col s umber and value of jacks and jen ets Number and value of Ihorougiibred or standard bulls Number and value of thorough bred cons and calves Number and value of bulls cws and calves and Numberer impacte Value of agricultural for taxation Value of wagons car atofi mals Value of sewing and knitting machines Value of safes Value household and kitchen furniture V Vie of manufacturing implements ma chinery of all kinds Value of piano forte and other musical instruments Value of Taw material to be used ill iunianufacturing Val ie of itutnufiictu ed articles Numlfer and value of paintings Library nun her of volumes and value Number and value of diamonds Value okwatches and clocks Value gold silver and plated ware Value of steum engines and boiler or belle Value of patent rights Va ue of annuities aijul royalties Value of brick st o and otlier building material Value M wines whiskies brandies and mix lures thereof not in bonded distillery warehouse Number of stores a value of stock of goods and other property the eip including fixtures Value of property lleldforanother for sale on commission or otherwise Value of all lraperly mentioned above And after each of the above named articles there shall be u blank space for the r umber value fixed by the person assessed value fixed by the Assessor internnile e r or any kfperson shall first swear hUll to niuku true and porfecjt answers to such questions as may be asked him He shall then inqut eof him the num bor and location and description of each lot owned y lam in his o byicyeon the by the party njfcosrcd tobe correct he slmll fix the value thereon him golf He shall then inquire as toimprovveineuts 01 each lot and fix tile rnlue thereon na afuresiifd He shull then se fur tely inquire of said parson concerning caich Itm set put in socyon 7fl hereof and take the value fixed bytlie party nssossod but if he dooe not ugreje with tlieval tie flied by the party assessod he shall also fix a slue on same At tar said questions have begin felted stud said answers n de find values writ ten the party shall subscribe sonic and tusks path afore the Assessor to this justiCityi g t rf T t contston meltoathe my and judgment the value fixed by me to various articles as above stated is the fair cisli l thereof esti mated at the price they would bring at a fair olUnttri sale and that to the best of my knowledge belief and judgment nolle of said sPrtic leg would bring any greater slim at any such sale ban asalJave stated I judgmIandilieSubscribed and sworn to before me by = = w = = = = rlythis the JLr of 7alter said tea 1 him b me- l FoSessar oathfCItyof Springfield Se81 If any person or persons or agent of any cocpor ation fail or refuse to give a list of his taxable proper when caned on so to do by the Assessor or give a false or fraudulent list he shalt 1ri be returned by the Assessor on his books a delinquent and it shall be- eth duty of the police court of such city upon application of the Assessor to issue a rule against such delinquents and cop el true answers by process of contempt and to adjudgo against such de linquent thecostof wrangfulcalled on so to do by the Assessor or of giving fraudulent or false list of same it shall assess a fine againstsuch person of not lessjtban 2 nor more than 10000 It Is further proviiled hat I such person rsons or officer of a corporation fan or refuse lo Us o leiproperty when called on so to do by the Assessor ordered so to do by the aforesaid Court then the City Council may list same fix ing the amount and value thereof from the best information it tobtain and such listing shall be of the same teffec as given by the person persons or officer of said corporation Sec 82 The Assessor shall receive as compens lion fprV his services the sum of 2500 per annum payable onto the pity Treasury upon the receipt by the City Council of the lists from h s inds SUPERVisORS OF TAXES The City Council of the City of Springfield Ky do ordain as fol = IOWK Sec 83 The City Council may in the month of November of each year appoint three discreet men and free holders as mpervisors of9 taxes Sec 84 Said supervisors hall take an oath befoie the clerk of the City Council faithfully to perform the duties of tieif office without lfaarta rich or poor Sec 85 said supervisor or any two of them shallmeet on the first Monday In December iaj each year of which meeting ten days printed notice shall be given by the Clerk of the City Council after se letting aCbairrnan shall examine with care the Assessors books and cor rect any errors of the assessor that may appear totem whether in the i dames of the parties assessed or in the list or values of the property or befojrethem r agentQorseemtohave been cited in writing issued and simied by th3 Clerk and exe nylce same signed liy the Supervisors ol jby chose acting and the lists shall be de oflwork is com plated not exceeding two wee s and shall he allowea for their set vices two b2 dollars per day each r COLLECTOR OF TAXES J ihe City Council of the Gity of Springfield KyJ do ordain as fol lows SotvSi The Treasurer of i he City of Springfield shall be Receivar of all taxes and other moneys due the City from whatsoever source Sec 87 The Marshal by virtue of his office shall be collector of de linquent taxes on tax warrants and shall be entitle to fees for col- e letting saute as provided by ordinances to be paid by delinquents Sec 88 All taxes due the City shall be due and payable tq the Tress urer on the first day of March ofj each year after the assessment shall have been made and the tax books delivered to the Treasurer and to all taxes unpaid on the 1st day of July there shall attach to such taxes and each delinquent tax payer shall in addition to the tax be liable for adnof two per cent on all taxes duj Sep most 1st y and an additional penalty of two per cent on all taxes ue November 1st inadditioneas above aggregating six per cent b liable for inter anastoIsame under tax warrant as hereinafter provided and the offir terwhose duty it is to collect such taxes on tax collect and account fur such penalties Interest and warranjs warrants the same as taxes The Treasurer si all not receive tram tax payers after November 1st1 after the same may be due but such delinquent taxesshal1only be collected un er tax warrant togeth r with the pen allies interest and cost as hereinafter provided Sec 89 VIthin fifteen days after any tax payer b scomes delinquent as provided in the preceding sector the City Treasure shall make and certify to the City Clerk aUst of all such delinquents which list shall contain the names of the delinquents the property j ssessed and the amount of taxes and penalties dUe the City and the dite when interestbegins which lists shall be by thej Clerk recorded Ihabcok kept for that purpose and arranged in columns in which a e to be recorded fthe facts certified lay the the daeal Issui ig tax warrants and the Collectors return Tretsnrerir ofSec 90 The City ten days after the delinquent list is filed shall issue a tax warrant against each delinquent in the name of toredcommanding him to collect of taxflfarshaltorsbYhimaat shanlas The Commonwealth of Kentucky and the City of Spring eld Ky to the Marshal of SpringfIeld greet ig You are commanded to collect of tie tax interest penalties and cost as hereinafter tatlJIf not paid on lemand you are commanded that of the estate of said j or owned by liimoii the day aL 11PO be caused to be miide the sum of with interest thereon at the rate otJO per lent per annum from the Iday oL19 until paid and the nassess it thereon mid the cost of this warrant for whichsaid SPfingffeldI190Givonfcof 190 TlXQS tWith interest as hbpye and p nalties Clerk City of Sp Ingfield Ky Sec 91 On return of tax arrant no property found In whole lFsueSec 92 Nothing shall be exempt from levy and sale o satisfy a ta Inscon a tax warrant to be paid by a delinquent ant not utherH ise provided shall be as fo lows To the City Clerk for recording delinquent list of each ddln quent ij m1fl cents 25centsiForFor releasing property when redeemed to be paid by the party redeeming 1 o25cenTo the Marshal for collecting and to be paid by the dell quent 10 per cent on amount collected tTheFor sale 50 cents For report of sale L cents centsActualtime of levy to date of sate Sec 94 As soon as the Marshal receives the tax warrant if notpaM on demand he shall distrain sufficient personal property of the de- H 1 Jt 4ki4W aU tosatWytheWarcao t 16a sufficient amount otpersonal property be not found to satisfy the warrant he will then levy on a sufficient quantity of delinquents real estate for that purpose but If no real estate be found belonging to the delinquent the Marshal shan levy the warrant on real or personal property ov ned uy the delinquent at the tilde orthe assessment for taxes suffieien to satisfy the warrant The Marshal immediately after the levy shall proceed to advertise the prop ehfy levied on for sale by written or printed notice posted at the Court House door in Springfield Ky and in thne or more public places in the city of Springfield in the neighborhood lot the delinquents place of abode for not less than ten days lot the sale of personalty and nut loss than fifteen days for the sale of real property before the date of sale which notice shall state the dine terms and place of sale amount to be1 realized and description qftilC property if tho property to be lev led on be land the notice shall be publlshe once a week for two weeks prior to the date of sale in a newspaper of general circulation published in the City of Springfield or by printed iand bills posted as above required All sales for taxes shall be held a public auction at the Court House door in Springfield Ky for cash an between the hours of ten oclock a m and four oclock p mISec 95 Each tax warrant shallbe returi ed to the office from which It Issued within one hundred and twenty days from to time it was Issue with full return thereon J Secttux warrant or shall taU to malfe full report he shall be subject to fine ofnot more than twentyfive1 dollars for each failure to return ach tax warrant and shall tie liable for the amount of tax due thereon Sec 97 If the Marshal shall tail to collec the mousy on the tax warrantt when It Is collectible by sale of proper y or otherwise he will beheld liable on his bond for the amountdue on ueh warrant and thirty cent damages thereon to be recovered by a lion in theiJolicecourt or In any court of competent jurisdiction The City Attorney shall prosecute flit such actions for which services hi will be entitled to penal ties that may be recovered of the Marshal Sec 98 Actions may be instituted against delinquent tax payers on return of no property found on a tax wa rant in the sumo nianner that other actions are allowed to be instituted Jon return of execution no property found as provided by the Civil Cod of Practice of Kentucky Sec 99 The laws applicable to the sale conveyance and redemption of real estate as provided by the Kentucky Statutes in the collection of tuxes due the State and county shall ap fly to and govern the sale o stvFlUE DEPARTMENT The City Council of the City of Spring iel Kyi i ordain as follows = Sec 1OOiTlle Fire Department of the City of Springfield shall con sist of a Chief oFirc Department and four m rtnber who are to beap pointed by and hold thou offices lit the pleasure of the Council Sec 101 The Fire Department shall be under thE control of the Mayor and committee on Fire Department llight and Water Thu Chief of the Fire Department shall hats charg of thetliouse which shall be prepared by the council for the storage and safekeeping of all the fire apparatus a key to which shall at all times b In the custody of each member of the department Scc 1021 The members of the Fire Department shall meet on tlt first Saturday in each month at the place wilier the fire apparatus shall be kept anl one of the members skull be appointed by the Chief as Secretary Sec 103 At each meeting the members of me department shall ex amine and test all the apparatus and tools arid machinery belonging the department and see that the sanie are in proper condition for exatinguishing fires Sec i04 The Secretary shall at each meeting call the roll of the members and record the names of the mend rs present and absent and such other business as may be transacted by the department Sec 105 The Chief shall report to111eCoUl cil at its regular meet ings In March tune September and December ai d at such other times as the Council may order and report the condition o the fire IrMnguishing apparatus the supplies needed the number of iipevi if nlcd oy the members and the manner in whchthe have dl1nr cd liAr tlesIISec 106 The members of the Fire Departnu ut shall as soon fire alarm is given go at once to the place wh re the fire extlnIgUlshmemjbersSec 107 The Secretary of the Fire Depart neat shell keep a list- of all apparatus tools and implements on hand wl ich shirll be reported to the Council by the Chief of the Department at each ineeting to which he is required to report Sec 10 The Mayor or the Chief of the Del nrtiHenl shall have tile right to verbally summon any citizen of the Citj to as titho members the Fire Department to extinguish fire and shall render such servicesoas the Chief or Mayor may recjutreany falling to obey the orders qf the Mayor or Chief of Fire Department shall be fined not lear than tell dol lays nor more than twentyfive pertlonasciextinguishing apparatus is kept and convey tltbuno and met tbors o f tHe Fire Department who may be at such place at the time of the fire quickly as poIsble and rqlurn the swine to the place where it Is opt at far such services tile person wlfq furnidhedsuch horse and wagott jlsliall be entitled to 56 tobc paid by the City The person who firm arrivos at tho place where the apparatus is kept after the alarm of fire is given shall be entitled to render the survices as heroin Contemplated and if two or store persons shall reach the apparatus house at the saute time the Chief of the Fire Departnient shall select tho wagon ami horse tub used Sec 1iOPQr their services thy members of the Department shall receive 150 for each regular meeting they attend and theI Chief shall for his services receive 200 for each meeting lie may attend the same to he paid at each meeting of the Council tQ which the Chhk Is required to report as provrdcd in previous sectiqnr i i i r F CONSTRUCTION OF SIDEWALKS The City Council of the City of Springfield Ky Uo ordain as lows U1 CilrfronUngandCouncil erect and maintain u sidewalk the full length of said lot or lots on said street not less than five feet in width made of good brick or other material In the discretion ofthe CounsIlandoutbcd with sto of such dimensions and put in at such depth as tho Street and Im provement Committee may designate and the gn do of descent at no point shall be greater than four degrees Sec 112 Upon order of the Council signed by tie Mayor and son by the City Marshal upon any lot owner requiring pavement to DP bu according to ordinance and said lot owner failing to compl after ten days notice the said City may1 lip I such 1aoi1oncoostruclel1 anti the amount of expense shall l tolloa lien upon such laud or lou which shall take precadence of all oUiorlleris and which may b enforced iy the contractor or city as other liens on real estate is anthjar to bas Bnfort ed by law PUBLIC POUND followsSec 115 There is hereby esiaUllshed in the Xfy of Springfield a public pound the place t0ibe saiocled by the Exjciiiitt Committee of the City Council Sec 114 Any hogs sheep cattle horses mules or other Stock found running at large in the City limits of Springfield hall be Immediately taken charge of by the Marshal of said City and impounded in said pound until all fees fines and costs herein provide tr are paid Sec 115fjhe Marshal is hereby made the keeper lot said pound and It shall be his duty to place all stock found rannyigrat large by him t rr l jp r turned over hy other persons in said pound and safely peep them herein until the same are released In accordance with th s ordinance Sec 116 Tho fees of the officers for their services u der this ordinance shall be jis follows For taking charge of and impounding horses mules slid cattle fifty cents each for sheep hogs and other nice stock twentyfive cents each the stun to be paid by the owner or person claiming said stock before same Is permilteed to be removed from said pound The keeper of the pound shall be paid fifty cents per day or part of day for keeping horses mules nisi cattle each and tjventyfive cents per day or part of day for keeping hogs sheep or other live stock to be paid by the owner or person claiming said stool before same is to bo permitted to be removed from said pound The pound keeper shall properly feed water and Face for wild animals while in the pound Sec a 17 If any stock taken up under the provisions of this ordinance is not claimed within three days after the same Is impounded and the fees paid thereon the officer who impounded some shall notify the Police Judge who shall issue summons vtp be served on the owner there of or the person entitled to the possession of same if known to ap7 pear af a time fixed in said summons not less than two days after same Is gaservedto the charge of suffering or permitting stock to run at large on the the streets of Spjingfield If such person be found guilty upon such examination he shall be fined ten dollars and costs of said trial and the costs of impounding and keeping said stock and If said tees ices and costs are not forthwith paid said court shall order and adjudge that the said officer shall sell such slock at said pound for cash In satisfaction of said judgment and place of sale ani descrip Lion of property to be sold by written or printed notices posted for three days octets said sale one at some prominent place onent the door of the Court House and one at said pounc1 Said Marshal to iie paid one dollar each for advertising and selling horses miles and cattle and fifty Cents each for adverUsing and selling hogs sheep and other live stock to be taxed as part of the cost of said procee lings The remainder of the proceeds of sale if any shall be paid to he owner of bald stock or the person entitled thereto ownerror person claiming said stock cannot lie found the officer who mpounded same shall make slid present to the Judge of the Police Court its affidavit that he has stock of a certain description describing same in said pound and can not rind at iowner or claimant thereof after diligent search for stone thereupon the Judge of said Court shall order a sa e of said ack in the manner and for the purposes by Sec 117 Sec 119 It shall bo unlawful for any to suffer or t lastirbu the streets of Springfield and any person foAnd guilty of sum shall b fined Two Dollars for each otfeuso Soc12 The owner or person entitled to the possession of any steel talOn up under this ordinance shall have the right to reclaim same at any time before the sale thereof by paying the fees and costs on same v INFRACTIONS OF PUBLIC PEACE ND ORDER The City j Council of the Oity of Spriugfield Ido brdai i as fol 10 s See 121 Any person vibe hull be guilty of drunkenness r disor gooed songs Wr or quarrels or be guilty of Indecent exposure of person or behavior shall be fined not less than Five nor wore than Tw ntYfit Dollars for each offense See 122 Any person who shall be guilty of any obscene or lewd act or behavior or shall use Indecent1 language or exhibit for sale or sell ny Indecent or obscene picture Lard book or other thing pr shall post publish or in any manner make public such picture card book writ- eten or printed publication within the city shall be fined not less tha ten nor more than Twenty Dollars for each offense Sec 123 Any person who al all be guilty of any obscene or ibwd act r behavior or shall use indecent 01 obscene picture card book pr other Thing or shall post publish or in any manner make public suet picture card book written or printed publication within the city shall be fit cd not loss than ton nor more than Twenty Dollars for such offense Sec 124 Any person who shall exhibit or perform any obscene play iwtor show of any kind or shall deliver any obscene or indecent siieech or lecture or shall use any obscene language slug bawdy songs or do ijuuenntonspeech or lecture shall be flood not less than twentyfive nor nu re than FJt Dollars for each offense Sue 115 Any person who shall keep or contribute to the sn sport of a house f III talus or assignation house or shall be Interested as proprietor or laudlord of any such house shall be fined not loss than Two try u more than Fifty Dollars and Twenty Dollars for each daj thesaue shall be continued aind it hall be the Imperative duty of the marshal t3 arrest any and all prostitutes or women of lewd character found static ing or loitering upon pr walking the streets of the city after eight o luck in the evening a td Immediately place them in the county jail aid any ito suu so confined shall be taken before the Police Court fur trial as soon thereafter las Is practicable and if ound guilty as above staU be fined Two Dollars for each offense the collection of said fines k be en forced as other fines are collected in said court Sec 10 If any person shall willfully interrupt or disturb a congre KUtipn assembled for 01 engaged In f rshipp t Godpr shall t mfuU goddin or ass age people mot for and lawful purpose he shall be fined u loss titan Twenty nor OngngOdhja Dollars or imprisoned for iut nun than twenty days discretion of the jury oi Court if a jury ig waived Se iJ The owner or occupant of any public house or private dtvc- tub suffer therein any boisterous singing wrangling filUIng swonf ing drinking or other riotous conduct calculated to dicta ti good ordor of the town shall bo fined 1000 for the first often a at 5000 for such additional offense Sec 12S Any person wlio shall be guilty of a breach of pen e riot rout unlawful asscmbluge or affray they persons SO offending an each of theta Shall be fined not loss than five nor there than one liundied dol lars or Imprisoned nut less than five nor more than fifty dais or both sb fluted and Imprisoned j t maskyary tooth vehicle or other object calculated to frighten an animal ad any male Whp shall appear in female attire or female in male attire tar anetcSo 130 Any person who shall ploy at any stile pt amusement or who shall sell or offer to sell any goods wares pr tnerclt nits or work at any trade or Calling within the City on the Sabbath day or i1tlilleai of fene PROVIDED That this ordinance shall not apply to druggi its as vleCuallngshall close at 11 oclock a m the ordindry household offices of all per sons and other acts of persons in elise of necessity Soc 131 If any person being tile owner or coutro ler of a tabl call ed pigeonhole table pool table bowling or ten pit alley or an table tomenolsa or any ago of twentyone years without the written permission of the parent or guardian of said iufuor or other per son gnmethercon befinlars and shall forfeit the right and privilege of again keeping suihta bles Sec 132 It shall be unlawful for any owner or person In charge of f2fanyIf f remain open or permit any one to play 6pon any of Its tab esor aleyf later or after ten oclock p m standard time any person jo off endlnir h shall be fined upon conviction not lesthan ten nor mpr thapoi3n hundred dollars Sec 133 Any person or persons who shall engage In aiy hazard or game on which f money or property Is abet won or lost sue h per rI- ersoilsshall pr be subject to a fine of not less than twenty ol rswmore than one hundred dollars Sec 134 Any person who shal engage in or pla at a keno bank faro bank or other machine or contrivaiKe used In betting wh srebyv money or other things may be lost and which is set up carried on or managed ope rated or conducted by any one without compensation or any person who shall engage In or play at any game of cards oontzor raps whereby money or other things may be lost or won and which is set up carried peasationronpercentage or commission shall be fined not less thane fifty nor more than one hundred dollars for each offense Sec 135 Any person who shall cause dogs or chicken cocks to eu ge in fighting or shall keep any house to be used for dog fighting or chicken fighting or shall bet upon any dog or chicken flghtar en agagedog or chicken fight he shall be fined not less than ten nor more than one hundred dollars Sec 136 Any person who shall be guilty of using false weights or measures in the sale or purchase of commodity within the city shall be fined ten dollars for each offense and any person willfully mlsrcpre senting the quantity pr weight oi any article which said person shan deltlate for each offense Sec 137 Any pets n who shall sell spirituous vinous 0 malt ifqt thetyous us thesaueCounciloftpremises whore sold shall be tined one hundred on e dollars for the fleetofiense and not less forthebunchSec 138 Any person who Orlany of eitherknowingly to any person who is an inebriate of In the habit of becom Into barroomIbe fined for each offense fifty 5ISec 139 y v orfurnisherson an of fiber to a withoutspoclalperson name and shalibeliquor license if hahave a license to sell liqupr at the discretion of the Council procureCorfirst haulsn a P11YSlclanstating thtlnot less than tea nor morethan fifty dollars for each offense Sec 141 A th performeese o or the Gharter of the City shall be fined ia say amount not exceeding fifty dol lars for each offense Sec 142 Any the Marshal or his de debygIvegoodSec 143 A officerofnottQrboththe6fUcerenseSccor a weapon up shallseilpocket wife shallupon conviction be fined not less than twentyfive nor morej than onehi mired dollars and imprisoned in the county jail not less than ten days nrr more than beorpoUeemnecessary their protection in the discharge of their official duties by United States Mall Cad5lets when actualJ ndIi1essengethe discharge of their official duties Sec 14C It shall be unlawful for any person to permit any dog owned or neckofthecheckhehl unlawfullywithoutviciousofanyofmorereINFRACTIONS OF PUBLIC PEACE AND ORDER o t Sec M7V When the punishment imposed for the violation of any ordinance Is a fine or imprisonment the imprisonment shall ba In the anddfendant be n male provide in the judgment or verdict that tlie defen forthomP ame n All judgments In cases where the lefendanit shall be required to work such defendants shall be kept at hard labor at the rate of 100 per day r onmentort Sec 148 Any person who when legally under arrest or wh n legsly confined or In custody under a judgment f the Police Cou t shallescape from such custody shall be guilty of a misdemeanor in this escap dellayspenaItydred dollars for suchrTRESPASS AND INJURY TO PROPERTY followswayach 4ornor more than bbstrutJotJonSec 161 Any person who sIiallltiJur e b foul qr deface any publlcr or tothoappertaining to the public lights or any pump well or c stern fixture or take any water from h sptopumpdollwithintheellySec 152 An grajercurbing pave ent or other work on any street alley or aidea1n ltWjfc t i s r the city shall be fined not less than the nor nore than twenty dollars for each offense Sec 158 Any person who shall bent or oO orwi tt injure any lorso or other animal whether his owiior that of afoChdv lna cruel 6 nn fift1dolIarsinjure any shade trees or hosing around the niff shall 4erin dnot l less than two nor more titan the dollars for eR ii 0 ease and ear tree or box so defaced lshaU constitute a separate oft riiN SPC 16f Any person wlur shall throw or a a iy manner p jec any rock qr other miasle ng tI tat or upon any h wit of worship or other pr private building Upon any street tr aley of the CM or Shan dQfacft injure or trespass upon any fence J V d rehor other by ild ing or stops thereof or on Any yard or nlpueW Uri t the city shall be fined not lees than two riot snore than twenty dollars or imprisoi men Hot exceeding twenty days or both so fined an imWisoned Sec 165 Any person who lKll post paste or paint any handbill or advertisement upon app public building fenshadetree pump or other public property or cause the same to I done without the On sent of the Council of tho CIJV or upon any pivat residence or other private property without the consent of the MWr or occupant there of shall be lined fiVe dollars for each offenie snd each building fence treeOr pump so defaced shall constitute a separate offense ec ISf Any perion or uemons who shall all or paste any bill p ter placnrd or advertisement to any post cr pa uHf for supporting telegraph telephone electric light wires or upof say tree treebox or tfeeguard shnU be fined tor each offense not leas than one nor more than ton dollars Sec HiS Any person wh tltlli go upon an platform or depot of a railroad company tor Urs purpose of solid lias be carriage of any person or to Jars to thorn a sbliicle shall be fine a afa less than 250 nor more than 2500 Sec 159 Any person cihoj than the employed ft ajrailroad omftJ1 who shall attempt to get on Or off anyrrfillronc pUtt while in motion Qr get on any freight car witltouthtwfnl authorit so io do shall be fin ed not less than five nor moro UmntoQ dollarsPM PITFENfJES AFFECTING PUBLIC Zi The Cio Council of the City oT Springfield K Qo ordain as fol lows f v Sec 160 Any p erson who shall dischnrge a giinV pistol or other lire arm orair gun slingshot within the limits of jtheCity except in- case of necessity the performance of a dotor by the express consent of the Marshal given in writing or license so to d 2aJJbe fined not less than O0or more than 2500 for each offe e and any person who shall throw a fire ball shoot a Roman candle sykrocket fire cracker or discharge or set off hay other fire works or explosives within the limits of the City shall be fined not less U an600 nor more than 2500 for each offense Sec IGfl Any person who shall within the li nits of the City burn any material calculated to endanger the surround ngpropertyorbIiypor son who sliall make a bonfire or assist Inf so doing without having obtained permission from the City Council fined not Jess that 500 nor more than 2500 v ShaJI1J Sec 162 Any person who shall throw it upon any street alley walk in any houso or npan any premises utorPfdo or other- selfexplosive material shall bd fined in any amo 1 tlian 50 nor more than 2500 dollars for each offensetSec 163 Any person who shall fire any chi niney fox the purpose of cleaning it except in the day time and whi eR it it is raining or there Is snow on the roof shall be fined not leis than iSQO nor more than 2500 for each offense Sec 164 Any person who shall carry into ariy barn stable or other building containing hay atrhw or other like combustible material a lighted cigar or pipe or any candle match or other artificial light not enclosed inn lantern or shall use any such article therein shall be fined not less than 500 nor more than 2500 for each qffanse Sec 165 Any person wno shall insert the pie from any stove or furnace through a wooden wall or partition ceilin roof or window or shall place any fresh burned ashes or fire cdals in any wooden vessel or wooden outhouse or shall so use or place any f e as to endanger any building or other property or shall use any defective flue or chimney after receiving notice that the same is defective r shall suffer or taus the same to be done shall be fined not less than 5 00 nor more than 25 for any of the above offenses Sec 166 Any person s Vho Shall willfully create any false alarm of tiro or shall attempt to dos either by ringing I ells crying aloud or otherwise shall be fined not loss than 500 nor more than 2500 fo eacli offense Sec 167 Ariy person who shall throw glass acks nails or tint upon any of the streets alleys or sidewalks of the C ty shall be not less than 4500 nor more than 2500 for each offense See1G8 Any butcher or other person who shall knowingly sell the posh of any animal dying otherwise than by slaughter or slaughters when diseased or shall 5e11 the flesh of one anima knowing it to be that of another species or if a baker brewer distiller or other person know ngly sell unwholesome bread or drinlr he shall be fined not less thah f2500 nor more than 10000 Sec 169 Any person who shall sell or dclivr any poisonous drug to any person under fifteen years of age withou the written consent of igaid minors parent or guardian or upon the w tlen prescription of a physician shall be fined not loss than 2500 nor ore than10000 for each offense Sec 170 Any engineer fireman or cbnduclo or other person in charge of any railroad train who shall run any tra n through or over o across any street at a greater rate of speed thai six miles an Lour or shall suffer any car or engine to remain on or s cross any street for a Jonger time than five minutes at any one time si ill for each offense be fined not l ss than 1000 nor jnore than 26QQ I OFFENSES AF1 KCTING PUBLIC HEALTH The City Council of the City yf Springfield Ky do ordain as follows Sec 171 Any person who shall erect or run intain or cause to be erected or continued an offensive sink hog pen slaughter house soap factory hide house or other offensive inanufac ory at any place contiguous to any private dwelling or public tHorou hfarff so as to become 1ivyc JDollars for step day said person shall suffer the ame to Sec 172 Any person who shall deposit any noxious or unhealthy jnatter in or upon tarry street alley or lot within the City shall bo fined pot less than five nor more than twenty dollars for each offense Sec 173 Any person why Shall suffer auriiy vault pn premises 00 cupled by him to become a nuisance or offensive to any person or to the public shall be fined five dollars for each day the same shall so continue See 174 Any person who shall bring or cause to be brought within thecity limits any dead animal yingI otherwise than by slaughter or shrill refuse to remove the carctiss of any such dead animal belonging to him or her that may bavectlied in the city limits and bury the same outside tleillm1ttJ of the City shall bc fined fi e dollars for eaoh of tense thereto he shall pay the ex tense of removing and burying the samecSec 175 The owner or occupant of any lot Thereon the buildings or cellar may be damp or foul so as to be prejud oial to health shall be f required to properly cleanse and disinfect the sjrne or if stagnant wat or shall stand on any lot within the City the owner or occupant shall be required to fill or drain the same in a perfect n inner and any person Jailing to perform said duties when notified shall be tined five dollars for each day said nuisance shall cpntlnuo Sec 176 No person shall be fined under tie provisions of the fore going sections 171 17 3aQd 175 until after havl beeri verbally by the Marshal to abate the same when if not immediately attended to tV penalties of this action shall be forthwith a Qssed1 1t OBSTRUCTIONS ON THE STREETS AND SIDE VAI1C8 The City Council of the City of Springfield Ky do ordain foT lows oDAb118tfOstr6s alley or sidewalk within the rtty who sltftls riefUU rite reuinln open or so out of repair that persons are liable to injury theccby suairb tIned five dollars for inch offense tad each day or iilglit the Mlrtradto t 9 cellar djiors shall apply to those h reafter made only See1lA Any person who shall obstruct any street or sldew ilk ritk boxes barrels wood coal or other material shall ape nnt twt dollars 11thefijecl i Any person who shall throw iutto be thro vn fmm orjOUIrstreet t r alley designated as ire limit by fttc 19f of thete old nancas allAB be Jhied not lfu lliaai two nor maws ttNtt flue do tars for eaclirjafflSftiuw and for eftifii kty such nuixance or criitiiGUoi aha reuialn rateoftSec IgO Any person whtt shall fly a kib lWba11 plaj atltoot trap bone ball or engage in sinwr ballinir bowl lbottw hallcH4i of or gifnie on any stryvt sball be filled not less hone lormnre- aitl S1ve dollars i S10 181 Any person r iJavtl hitch tutyt aidinat to any i limp or tree or post ou inll feed any stock fiotssi or other aiilin ijs u tho attests or tVatortiH town or lQttYsAitY horse h die Ibldf toll on Main Street ustwten Doctor anti ti iJluut Stroets or in M tin between Water aad llifth streo for ft lonfor time t tan me shall be finod nqt less Uttri 250 nor irftJrt thou ten dc liars for onch offcfuse ermifjorsonsdesignate while such buildiiiK is being constructed Sec 1S5 That any pens a who shall d cups or onpumbisr ai y 511 walk crossing street dOorwar to bllilt1iUgfI depotgroujtds or t tliha plat form by standing sitting ir ng tliereon soirustoolsfi uctl free and convenient passagi persons a wig the sauiiL or shift so v struct any one in the prose tllrn lof his her lawful OttoInltio i shall be fined bwo dollars for each offense rhota on steal cause the gate to be so cu utwaldieach of fense one dollar and costs uul one dollar for each djiy st ch gsa may be permitted to remits in violation of this ordinance Sec 185 All owners of property fronting on any pavement shill Ito such easement free front snow any such person who shall fail to ro io 3fteleach hour while snots is permitted to remain niter said six hours FAST RIDING AND DRIVING QThu City Council of the City of Springfield Ky do ordain as lows Sec 186 Any period who sliall ride or drive any hor e or ut per an imal or automobile or WcyttloupouanY of the streets of the City a a spec exceeding the rate of six miles per hour or who shall by careless iIdlr or driving collide with or othe vise injure any parson vehicle pi ash property shall be fined not Ipae tliau five nor more thnu twenty dollars for each offense Sec 187 Any porspn vhO si ride or drive over the unfiiilsliclwdrk of any street or building or tide or drive across or iipoii paved Coot way pr across any part ijllthe tepee of the Cira dOl hall be fined not loss than onO nor m than five dpllars for each anrse Sea 1SS Any person who ride any bicycle upon any lewd shall for each offense be fined riot less than two nor more than fie du1ofpars xhtbet lion given or held at any hall where such performance pr uxhibition ir Hiv en on a stage for theamuseniBht or eiitcrlainiuent of an audiouciKhalL remove their hats from their heads before such entertainment o per formance begins and keep the same so removed until such performs nee or iiiror oar more r each offense FIRE LIMIT Thcj City Council pf the City of Springfield Ky dp ordain s lows Sec 189 it shall be unlawful for any person or persons to eiect or cities to be erected any house or building or other structure with ut the written permit of the City Council so to do except with stone 01 brick with metal roof within the following boundary Beginning at the corner of the jail lot at corner to alloy and Miiin Cross street thence eas ward with said alley to Walnut street thanes southwestwardly with Valu street crossing Main street to the first titles corner to Goode Tneax thence wQ twardly with said alley crossing Main Cross street to Doctor streetI thence northwardly with Doctor street crossing Main street to thj alley corner toJ M Burton thence oust nrdy with sold alley to tie be ginning Any person violating this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of bullrcing prSchibitel building shall be fined ten dollars for Bitch day whi engaged in ending such building v J a V vrv T to City Olt R 4 ilov ordl jn liS fol IttW CONT10IOGSDISEAsms StC 18hAny or ddfiiguodly lnu art or bring tho smut s irihtter I of said disease- into tie City or shall cable tho same to be done or shrill wilfrllyen dOO to spread the small pox shrill bcyi fitted tarn strut of out liundred of 102 All parents Riiardiajis and other persons luvviiig Hie car custody or control of flay chill or children or who may have in the employ any minor or tumors shall have tJo same vaccinated ud all persons of the age of ttteut one years orWver yho have not been sucj easefully vaccinated rshall within three nr hilfter coming h to tho City procure their own vaccination and any person vfalllug pr ofuslng to comply with the requirements of this section after ten days and so required by the City authorities shall be fined not hss than five nor more than twenty dollars for each failure or refusal Sec 193 If any person whp has not had the small pox shall go iuto a house where the disease is or associate with any person i filleted therewith It shall be the duty if the Marshal to Immediately ha id such Person over fo the custody of some magistrate to be dealt with actor d irig to the laws of the Commonwealth SeC 194 So soon as aiiy case of small pox shall be known o exist at any hbise or on any the City the ocqupant tIJro prletor of such house premisiwIthin flag In front of sod house or premises and when shall be known toSxist at any house or on any premises th occupant or proprietor of such j remises shall put a placard on a cdiisplcjupus part of the house near thi mat entrance with the printed Ottpailrted thereon and any person wordUDIPHfHERIAU falling or refusing to comply with the r shall be fined twenty dollarss anil the Marshal shall placard sid premises as shoes if the Awe er fails to do so Seec 195 Any person who shall knowingly go or send4 cUd ser vant or other person from witha house in which small pox exists Into tI Idany public place orto another persons noise or shallsond mother peefpon to an liifecftsd house shall be fined twimtyfit dollars lor sacb fense PKOVJDI5D nure and pliyslcImis slmll be exempt Sec 19C That seers physfcittn located or jiraotlcii s it eprtngfie who shall know that say person whom e Js sailed upon fr rtteit o who solace or Is brought to him for examination Sp suffers from or affecled with Ulphlherta diphtharetic trot m scarlet leYsn POl- o varicjloiii iuettales or other ocuitagloiis or ifectlous dlspus hap forth Uhjrtp rt the same tii the Mayor stating lie name of the H S tome sex ot the pereorteutferiuai tltereCr n and shrill sitp bE houae or room in whick amid person ale toes sd t3ic 197UH receipt 11th Mayor orI report of Abe slSieuvi oi a can of diphtheria diimtlwrfKie fro y si4 riet fet er smalf lidS YKrlo loW ineaslea or other obntaatous or iuTe tkus jiisease the ham mal Ilip t plate or caused to be pkice iu a tOll iclIon place on or sea site house or pramlses fn whidi sttM tours may bf located piac ml or plac arils oJi which shad be printed Iu lame htrrs the words Dtptotherfg Mere Starlet FovftUereetc and thej displuy of a yel ow flag c swirls pox or rjirkkld as imgr be the stye all d the said placard r ptacarut b flag siiall remain tUereoft until such time as the sales an iilation estabUshHl by the City Council reganllnctlu destruction or di Jinfsctton fnfecte bfHldlnn cJotlilui etc shall haTe be in fully carried oit tndrorr rUM wiUt and Mine ordered removed by the Mayor It8 Tie had of flip family occitpyin br any other person wna Jive havlux harp of any bouse or prsiniM rupon OF seal whi h said pia v ard or placarOs or flags aforesaia maybe plie shall be liab fort a fint or a penalty proYlded by thutt Jn catb sack crlxrardor nlitcards v flags are reraoved defaced Covered taJ wt ilown or destroyed with hit or her knowledge act or consent before tl e tlme provided Sect If7 oC these ordinances unSpot 0ft AU Berrlcas bald In connect a With the dm ra 01 thi orXone Of those diseiafs before mentioned nniat be prlvato anti Ute aUen lanes thereat si ad include only the iminediule adult relntlves of tho loconscd and Uii neeeseary Uuimber of jidult 7tall = bearoft The hood of the fatally or cUur person llmving charge of said fuuonil services shaH be responsible lir any vie patios of the provisions of this section Sec 200 No child or other person belo iglng to or roll ing In the same house in which arty person may be located who is suffering from measleereor diseases shall be permltte to attend uyItitblictrt nt4 or other school and ajl sdhool anbeor persons fraru said schools said exclusion to continuo theeierson tono or er person charge of school a certificate signet by the medical attendant of said children or thetoSod 201 Any physician uhdertaUpr principal or head ol family or w1thve orfbyrevery s up on conviction thereof before the Police Court be fined no less than dayhoTRAMPS LOAFING LOiT RING ETCt The City Cpuncilof Spriiigflald do ordaift hs followst withtbUrerten uqr more than flit dollars Sel20t It shajl be unlawful for any person to loiter or wander about any of the streets alleys or anywhere within the City attar 1 oclock A M without a reasonable excuse for their presence in such places Aud it shall be unlawful for any peon to loiter or loaff upon any of the streets or street corners of said City so as to o jstruct the herlkthe Marshal to arrest all persons so loafirig loitering or wandering and upon convijctlon the party or parties sh ill be fined not less than threy nor more than twenty dollars for each offense i PROVISIONS IJICENSES1ENERAL Sec 01 All specially provj elf shall b g1llnl d by the Clerk and sUaU bl issued in wruing onthelanlforms w th stubs and originals attached to e chto Ibe numbered consecutively perkfromIU no as may necessary for use in Jiis office Soc 205 The following shall be thethin of license stub as herein Stub required No 1License issued to + by whioh isf authorized to until tlieof 90 Amount of tax ifV r Issued thisday ofL J i1lo + IngfielddulrCperCnru le line Oi initial No lui JLJ This is to certify that anthedayoL j 190 license wAs granted to wbywhich4 wfs au horized to w until thndsiy pf w 190 prpVlded the iscense tax of be paid thereon within two days from the date here therefoflJIs lnr or rio 4L J r plerk City of Sp iugtteld ftrllaym1 Is du of L 190 0w fieldriSec 206 License shall not confer any authority on any person to engage in the business of selling the article named In tIe Icetson BusesaleitSee20i No person shall be granted any license to do an y business engagedin notiuanswerunder gulltytherefor Sec 205 When each license is granted the Clerk shall fpuptheoriginal and stub The original he shall deliver to the person to whom it is granted and the person to whom the license is granted ahalfwithr theTreasurerSec 200 The Clerk shall not Jssue any license except jon blanks luiiilshed to him by the Council norshall any license be granted fir along execupt 13 herein provided ntnosame ea on lianlcs furnished fpr that pifrpose by the Council nor until the atno1t IiceSect 211 A41 applicants fomlicenHea excjept peddlers shall tate the i tJi IIplace where it is proposed to carry oil the business and all licenses exI cent to peddlers shall specify the place where the business is to conI ducted and no one but the person named in tie license shall sell under1 or exercise the Privilege granted nor shall tit privilege granted bo ex erclsed at any other place than that mentioned in the license except that retail dealers in spirituous vinous and multI quors limy r move tin ir place of business to some other place by the consent of tlie Council Whenever an person to whom zt license is gnu ted anti tins pjtld the ttxII thereon shall die or soil Jils stocK or place of business before the ration of they license the authority by whom t le license was originally granted may renew the license to the personal rt presantjUlTe or widow ot the deceased or Jmrclu SOl of the stock or place of iHlUjie without the payment of any additions tax for the unexprredperiouV The application1 Jpr the repo a and granting thereof shall belfothe prune way mid iubI Ject to the 9fnie conditions as time original license ejaftt that the re newal when granted shan be endorsed on fan j licewsa as originally i granted v IIIJonncllSec 12epn paiyhient of a log license thti C erk off toted deliver to the licensee ft metal hOCk propeily numliftred which the Clerk shall nave prepared at the cost of the tC tyi IICltN rAX The City Council ef the jCity of Springfield d ordain as follqwr Before engagin in any occupation tra le o r proJftMsiton or giving any entertainment or exhibiting any amiisemei t njimOd in those ordi nance or doing or permitting the thing done ithoirt aa here in contemplated the person firth company or p porn desiring ito do so shall prowHrei license and pay the tax theYeoi fta If tuafter set omit Sec 2131 Beery license shoJI lie granted rOt the space of ORe Tear except as hbrejn provided l j Sec 214 The applicant for a Hponso tofix liblt ftittnJnusemettt or entertainment shall file with the TjWwsurer a st fUotnoiri of the character of the amusement or entertainment f See 216 Every license1 provided for hereto thin is tor police I regulation is granted subject to be suspondel or revoked by the City Council upon sufficient cause to be judged and fully determined by the City Council upon such revocation the license s void but the Council may waive the forfeiture and payrback the prop rtipnat part bf the tin expired time of said license i Sec 216 All ilc enseshereln provided for n avber transferred upon consent of the Council i Sec 217 It shall be the duty t f the Marshal to she that all persons have the license required by law and report tc the City Attorney persons violating the provisions of this ordinance ivhereup6n the said At torney shall cause warrants to be issued for sudi offenders Sec 218 Any person who shrill engage in any business for which a li cense is required before procuring the license a id paying the tax there on as required therein shall be fined not less has five nor more than twentyfive dllars for each offense and each da y said business is eon ducted without at license shall constitute a sepal te offense See 219 An person who shall without a license so to do give any entertainment orI exhibit any aivit lenient for wh ch a license is required shall be fined not les than five nor more than cue1 hundred dolls ra Sec 220 The aggregate amount of revenue whether from taxation or police regulations realized from the provisions of this ordinance shall be for the following purpose viz For the ordInar expenses of the City government Sec 221 The sum specified hereinafter shall he the puiae for a license Sec 222 For operating a blacksmith and majhine slip or either 5 for the first forge and 1 for each additional for e Sec 2221 For conducting a barber shop 3 for the first chair 2 for the second and 1 for each additional chair Sec 223 For a plumber gasfitter and elect ician 50Q etc Sec 224 For an auctioneer 10 q l i pet 225 For carriers of passengers or freight for hire or gail1fO Sec 226 hnndliniPrehandlng leaf tobacco 10 f tSec 227 For lumber dealrst Sec 228 Fqr selling buggies carriags and bi rycles qr either 81000 Seel 229SvF r operating shoe shop 300 t tSec 230 For filing groceries and dry goodor either 1000 Sec 231 Fpr selling seed implements and col or lp1r 1000 Sec 232 For druggists 1000 Sec 233 For jewelers 1000 eC 234 For undertakers and furniture deaie sor uiCher 1000 Sec 235 For stove and hardware dealers liOQ Sec 236 For milliners 500 v J J Vlrr r Sec 237 For public bath rooms 40 a r Sec 238F6r miller retailing floor and mea sQ t See 239 For carriage and painfcshop 500 fSec 240 For telephone company 1000 Sec 241 For telegraph companyw lOOO s Sec 242 For express compoanYlaoo Sec 243 For poultry v ftsec 244 For itinerant venders of sewing machinesIjtQlOO Sec 245 For owners of scales on which charge is maile for weighing iOO Sec 246 For agents of patent rights 500 Sect 247 For gents for life or fi re insurance c mpanles 500 for fire and 1000 for life on each company for which rIsk are taken or solicited Sec 248 For agents for security annuity gua antee or investment companies building anti loan companies taking o soliciting risks nb scriptionS for stock or shares or selling or offer jg to sell coupons or investment securities in the City 1000 See 249 Fora livery stable keeper or perso i hirin horsos or ye hicles or keeping feeding or boarding horses for others 1000 Sec 250 For agents of laundries 500 Sec 251 For peddlers or any person who sir solior offer to soil aruIe1esdollars the amoun to be fixed by the Executive Committee to each ap plicant Provider o license shall be required of agents of ufacturers or wholesale dealers who shall sell or tier to SCllbWI10101- sale exclusively to merchants nor to farmers or gardeners who sell the produce of their bran land or land leased by then See 252 For a gas electric light or water ccmpany- 1600 each Sec 253 For conducting a restaurant or publl eatinghpusel000S- ec 254 Fdr conducting a hotel or private boa ding house where food and lodging are furnished transient persons 1000 where a rate of 200 per day is charged and 510 where a rate of less than 2 00 per day Is charged f Sec 255 For an astrologer clairvoyant fortune teller or sspiritualist jQjxJora person conducting any pretended occult science for gain or profit 1000 See 256 For standing a stallion bull qr jack rgnlmOfprofU the amount of theservice fee lSe 257 For maintaining a kerosene gasollh coal oilor turpen tine depot whether material be stored In tanks o otherwise and for rej tailing or wholesaling 1000 V Sec 258 For retailing fresh meat fish other han poultry pr game 1000 See 259 For conducting a public hall for rent or hire 1500 Sec 260 For conducting a newspaper jobpriu ng office 1000 Sec 261 To have or to keep a dog 2iOO Sec 263 To have or to keep a bitch 300 Sec 264 For architects attorneysatlaw doctors dentists photof raphers occulists j opticians veterinary surgeons real estate agents 10 t Prpvidod No liceiisa shall be Required of such as we tomnoriu ly In the oIfosaiollnli s tiled i hOS sup fies or appllftjicee hk thffuat1 ell or otherst or A lverit or offer Jo advertise bootie for salje by ihotimflT or othtrn ii whldi event tJllr licenw shulL be 1000 Sec tttR Er Ty Ilse ftP for the ifci of spirituoas viitous or malt liquors si be granted by Uigt Cltraouncl only Tha Bi Upa t lor a 11enrtb ttlseil said Ikiuor mhall me virtue the Clerk of the Clt Council i his nppljemt5on in wiitiiiR desii near Intwhich mm will be sold Said api Imtion ihail also enibnu i pledge 11 rliJlrt of the applicant tliM th spirit It ireUas tie letter of the 1nr regulHtinK his bwsiueas shi fully compll i with ilw that there 1iUbeuo indiacriminnie njnj feo distribwtjii j InUfiicsata UIholitijw oraf outer titmice when the application its 1for the sa e of fu17retall to hp4ruftlc pn Ut pifinisen wtMftt bW i further- rmtuedltl p condoeled any gaming card playiftK dice thwowor otn ftnmaemettt or practices commonly employed lIt aaaftN 8a d ctloH being made with the full wnderstanding sad iirtBrftMiwsiJ Po aoelpart or tile applicant that if any ofajiW Pled i ee t ey ted after license lips ben granted all Hceaae privileges aJf8iteiteany rebwirw for the fee for the vuefptired portl B of SftJd U t lillp 11Ioatd of Council being the sole Jmlge in detenDtoing whon aa d pledge or agieement haft been viohiitA i I Sec 966 The Clerk shall i tw the license t keel t flriAvM r fhe Cijt Conti ll wliwi the tux thereon tinder this ordihieia0 Jfcrbeea paid ttAether with the receipt of uje Clerk of the Cownt onrt slioNJng that lihe Such tax has been paid I S c 207 The tax on a license to sell spirfuiouSr rlwpus a mnlt quois by retnil to be drunk oil tlio lircnIisesf whore soul shall Tie 25000 per annum This license shall not be granted to uiy one wit lout forbidding them to engage in auy otliei buisness other j titan a straight saloon business 1I1UIO same bujlding in which the saloon is situated SlutrUd any other business be fionddcted in c nneotion with tie saloon Business the license for saloon purposes shall be revoked withoi t atiyre- touise for tlje lexljheiJ portionof the license fee Nothing in his shall be construed to forbid cigars and tobacco being hunched in c mnectlon with the saloon Sec 268 The tax on a license for persons who are druggist or merchants in good faith to retail mphItuous vinous of malt liquor at the drug store in any quantities the liquor not to be driipk out Ie prem ises 5r adjacent thereto 25000 Sec 269 The tax on license to retail vinous or malt liqfro s 5000 Sec 270 The tax on a license lot a resident wholesale denei or resident agent of such wholesale dealer engaged in selling spirituou vinous or malt liquors in barrels casks or fettles by the case 500 iSec 271 No license for the sale of such liquors sba gnntedfor lojss than a year nor to a person hoding a license until the sameSBXpires L Sec 2i2No license shall be granted to sell spirituous vinous or malt liquors in any rpoms where any tables or alleys mentioned in Sec tioii hereof are kept or conducted or in any building haying an open ing between it and any r omn which such aU sortAbles are kept or condudted Sec 273 All licensed liquor defalfeiS their senants agents or employes except druggists shall koep closed their place of business between the hours of 11 ockick P Af and 5 oclock AM and it shall be unlaw fill for them their servants agents or employes to sell any such liquors during such times oi upon Sundny or upon any other day when so ordered by the City Council for the sake of ll serving the public peace And ant such liquor dealer who kjioxvlngly suffers or permits his place or places of business to be kept ojoon 11rtngsuch time Shall bEt deemed guilty of violating this ordinance and any agent servant or employe of any li consed liquor dealer hosha1l1ceejnIIPl the place of business or his einj 1Lloverror shall sell liquor during such time or who shall be round in such place or places of business shall be guilty of violation of this ordI- nance of selling wiHiuut 1henlle i Seci 274 The license of a person selling spirituous vinous or malt lIuqors shall he revoked by City Council upon satisfactory proof that snchpersonis conducting Iris business in violation ofthe provisions of any ordinance of the City j Sec 276 Any person violating the provisions of Section of 2C7 of Uiis ordinance or Who conducts such business without a license so to do as prescribed herein shall be Subject to a fine of not less thiin 2500I nor more than 5000 fop the first offense and not less than 50QP nor mote than 10000 for the second offense and for Che third and snbse que it offenses 10000 Which ddltlOllal11oneSec 279 Foi4 tlwlteeper of a billiard pool bagatelle or pigeonhole table or box ball alley for the use of which a price is charged 2000 for the first table and 1500 for each additional table conducted In the suioe building by the same persons The license for such alleys or tables shall be granted by the City Council only The applicant therefor shnll file with the Clerk of the Cit Council t written petition stating the num ber of alleys pr tables for which licouse is denied where the same are tT be kept or operated and the owners am managers of same whereup on the terfc snail Issue said license as liorcrplore set out and shall state thticip the number of alleys or tables Ikcnsed where to be kept and the owners and managers of same Sec 2SQ No license shall be grafted to keep or conduct any such al- It or table in any room 1n which liquor issoJd by rStall or which opens into any such room and it shall be unlawful to oonduqt said alley q ota bles withoita license even though no charge be made for the use there ofbhouse rastaurant hotel or place tw whIch the public are invited to resort See 29b For conducting a lipoths hailer using either air guns or fire aims 1040 Sec 291 Fur conducting a tlyihg Dutchman 2500 Sc 2liYOI any dramatic perfmaiance minstrel show sleight of has performance or for any other entertainment not otherwise named he rv a charge of admission is Inane thereoiii or which is glen for purpose 0f procuring money 200 for each performance except 1ovalt home jlaloiit Sets 293i For In3 sciontifiu or IHerary lecturo concarl athletic gable skating rink bull or festival where money is ahargod for ndmis 5iou or which Is given for the purpose pf procuring nuiney 500 for each Sec 294 The City Council may rake a special license covering a serIes of such onttr inn cntsl or ami emaiits to be given by one manage ment witiiiii the year Sec 295 For exhibiting a vircus or menagerie or othoroxhibltion show to Which an admission is charged 1500 for each performance and for any sideshow or concert traveling or connected with said circus or menagC erie where an additional charge is mado for admission thereto 500 fOlI each Performance when airy such circus pr menagerie or other exhibition or show shall holdf its exhibition outside of the city limits but shall advertise the same or lilac a street panul inside the city limits the license for such adver Use ment or street parade shall be the same as if that exhibition wore given pf made in tho city limits SecIH 29i That It shall lie unlawful for any person to own possess harbor Or hate control or custody of any dog male or female without first obtaining license therefor which license shall be for a male dog or spayed bitch 200 and for a fetnalo dog other than a spayed bitch 300 It shall be unlawful for any poison to permit any dog pwneQ possessed harbored or controlled by such person tQ run at large without having on the neck of said dog or bitch a substantial collar to which shall be atf tachod the check isHucdwith the license If any chock should be lOst the Clerk being satisfied of the fact may issue a dupltoate Jtr shall be tin Illt lawful for ans ono to remover the check oi collhn from any dbg or ditch 1Wllhonl the owners ooneont and it shnl1 lie unlnwtul to norm t any clout dog to ntn nt large whfttlior lltenaod or not Any person violating tsty or the provisions of this IKClt A n 11Jn be tIned nqt l than fJv nor inorA than ton dpHans Sec 280 Dogs found running At h etontrary to this orftinunco shall be placed in the pound and there confined for fprtyoiglit hourband it them owner does not come within that ttan pry tile llcens Vtax ano In addition thereto fifty cents on e 1tno bleep so Impou nfdad and the expense of catching said slog or bUri hen mitt log or bite shall bf killed withoitt farther notke All sums tot iected as expense of taking ur or liniKunding nr dog when paid may tx ntarnadby the Mi rshal foe his serrke in and about the dame It sfcall Deg Ute duty of the Mar sliaj to enforce this ordinance mt to that itia shall kill all doge con ih nned by this section to be killed Soft 99 7 This tkn sWll not rnj lc dofts While tern rarity iu the City and in the immediate custody ot J eIh owner or tire person hav Jug the custody of teem t i Sad MS Tba the Marshal be and ado ta hereby allowed r entylfive cents 86etssl for h dog tmpoiui le l fbi not having been Jlcc used and the liceos tax paJ4 thereon When stieb fog or logs are Lmpo mded the ful1ytthereof shall call and pity u license tax on such dog or dogs and the tee lot the Marshal for liMpoiwHii wine and remove such dog from the pound Ute officer Will surrender same If nos DerOclnlmnnt app rs with In said time aDd pay said tax and tee ant T mQve such dog the Manshal wilt kill r cause such dog or tubes to be killed and he shall bepuld there for twentyfive cetfts by the Clry out of any of its funds not th er vise appropriated a JZ 1 1 ko 11 Seit ieAI J CfJ ty eharter +Ghapter 250 = = Laws of Kentucky It A C l for We Go criir11crit Of cyje of lIe rfftft Gkiss k 4 L4 S lhrci1 TIOA yISec3p07 That the cities of this Commonwealth which have beer assign ed to the fifth classby law shall so1 remain uritil they or either of them be cOme members of another class as hereinafter provided Sec 3C09 On the second gar of the next regular term pf court tt e court shall if the proper notice has been given or publication made and no defense is interposed enter a judgment a signing such city tote class to Which it belongs as appears from th4 petition and exhibita and thereafter such city shall be governed by and under the general aws relating to the class to which it baS been assigned but ihe transfer from one class to another shall not in anywise impair or affect any 01 dinance or bylaw theretofore enacted by such city unless the same is in conflict beenassibnedpealed by the transfer nor shall the powEfs rights duties or obliga tions OP the city or any officer or employe jthefeof or any debtor 3r creditor of the city be in anywise affected by tne transfer Defense may be made to the petition by any inhabitant pf the town or city and if de fense IS made the court shall hear and determine the same and render a judgment transferring pr refusing 1p transfer the city or town to mother class pleadingsas in equity cases except as herein provided but if the court shall ber satisfied that the population of the city entitles it lobe transfe red to another class it shall so adjudge if the proper notice or publication has been made and no appeal shall lie from the judgment Sec 3610 The boundaries of sajd cities shall until changed share in provided remain as now established by lti Sec 3GL1 Whenever it is deemed desirable to annex any territory ta any city of this class or to reduce the boundaries thereof the GUy Council theredf mayenact an ordinance defining accurately the boun claryof the territory proposed to be annexe l or stricken off and itch or dinance shall thereupon be published in at least ten issues of th daily paper publlhd in the city pr if there be no daily paper nubile ed in the city tpepin at least four issues of 1 weekly paper published in the city or if ttter be no daily or eelc y paper published in the cit then posting copies of the ordinance fort at least ten days in four of the most public places lIt the city in not less than thirty days after the enaCt ment of such ordinance if the publication or notice as herein provided has been made oV given and no petition is filed in the circuit co irt as provided in the next section the City Council may by ordinance annext- oo the cat the territory described in the ordnance hereinbefore me Lion ed- o reduce the limits as the case maybe and upon the enactment cf such ordinance such territory shall become ti part of such city or aha i he stricken therefrom Sec 3612 Within thirty days after the enactment of an ord nance proposing to annex territory to any citor to reduce the limits hereof one or more residents or freeholders oi the territory proposed to be hunexed or stricken off may file a petition in the circuit court f the county setting forth the reasons whi such territorr or any part thereof should not be annexed or why the not be reduced Phe case shall be tried according to the lImitsfShOUld prescribed for the trial of equity causes but without the a jury If the co rt be satisfied upon the hearing that less Ulan seV ntyfive percent of th free holders of the territory to be annexed or stricken off have remOns rated and that the adding or striking off of such territory to the city v ill be for itjs intdrcsts and will cause no manifesl injury to the person own lug real estate in the territory uptight to be annexed pr stricken iff it shall so find and suitl annexation or reduction shall be approved ui d betcome final If the court shall besatlslel that seventyfive l er ce it or more pf the resident freeholders of the territory sought to be anne ed or stricken off have remonstrated then such annexation or reduction shillnot tike place unless the court shall find from tie evidence that a fail ire to annex or strike off will materially retard the prosperity of such cit and of the owners and inhabitants of the territory sought to be annex d or stricken off In case the court shall so findilhe annexation or red coon shall tike place notwithstanding the remonsl ranee There shall i e no appeal from the judgment of the court and there shall be no than je of venue from the county Costs shall follow the judgment If the judgment of the court be adverse to the annexation or reduction no ft rther yearsirtSec 3C13 The judgment shall when entered be certified to the City Council who may thereupon annex to or strike from the city th territory described in the Judgment and such territory shall become or cease to become as the case may be a part of the citytSec 3614If alit city be annexed to anther the city so ani axing the territory of another shall be bound for all debts and liabilities and shall be the owner of all the corporate property franchises and rig tsvfv such municipal corporation Sec 3615 All cities of the fifth class shili be and the sam are hereby declared to be corporations by the lespective names they now have they shall have perpetual succession nay sue and be sued shaft have and use a common seal alterable at the pleasure of this city at thor kids and may purchase lease receive hold and enjoy real and personal property and control and dispose pf the the common benefit Sec 3616 The government of said cities sam1for vested in a Mayo andfa City Council tp consist of six members judge a trea urerv a oity attorney a clerk a marshal an such subordlnat off 03 arehereafter provided for car r t 1toadover the affairs of the city and seethat tie ordinances of the same are strictly enforced and shall preside at all meetings of the City Council arid incase ora tie vote shall have and cast tie deciding vote Sec 361S The members of the City Council and Mayor and Police Judge shall be elected by the qualified voters of said city at a general municipal election to be held therein on the Tuesday after the first Mon day in November in one thousand eight hundred and ninetythree and thereafter as their respective terms expire and at the general election next preceding the expiration of their terns the Mayor and Police Judge to hold office four years and the members of the CltyCouncll two years frdmthe first Monday in January following their election PROVIDED That the terms of police judges elected at the November election one thousandeight hundred ninetythree shall begin on the first day of fiepn tember one thousand eight hundred and rlnetyfour and shall continue until the November election one thousand eight hundred and nine tyseven and until their successors are elected and qualified The mar sual assessor treasurer clerk and city attorney shall be appointed for a term of two years by the City Council Lu may be removed at the ure of the City Council The City Council may appoint hpoundmaster a superintendent of streets a city engineer chIef Of fire depar ment Cit weigher and city physician a police court clerk whose duties and com pen tion shall be fixed by the City Gpiujci and whose germ of office shall CitCoonc Sec 3619 The marshal assessor trea surer c erk and city attorney shall be appointed for a terra of two years by the City Council but may be removed at the pleasure or the City C until Sec 3620 TUP City Council may appo nt a ound aster superin tendent of streets a city engineer a chief of fire department a catY weigher and a city physician fora term f two years but either may t be removed at the pleasure of the City C until Sec 3621 The clerk treasurer and marshal shall respectively befog ii entering upon the duties of their respective offices execute a bond to such city in such penal sum as the City Council by ordinance may deter mine conditioned upon the faithful performance of his du ies Including in the same bond the duties of all he is male by this chap ter ex officio incumbent Such bonds shall be approved by the City Coun oil All bonds when approved shall be filed with the c erk except the bonds of the clerk which shall be filed with the mayor A the provision of arty law of this State relating to offjchl bonds of officers shall apply to such bonds except as herein otherwise provided Every officer of such city before entering upon the duties of his office shall take the constitu tional oath of office Sec 3622 Any vacancies occurring In any of the offtcesprovtded for in this chapter shall be filled br appointment of the City Council Sec 3623 The members of the City Co neil may receive such cpmpen sation as shall be fixed by ordinance not exceeding two dollars for eacl regular meeting attended by them and the mayor such compensation as may be fixed by ordinance riot exceeding seventyfive dollars annum The clerk treasurer assessor niarsl al and city attorney half sev erally receive at stated times a compensation to be fixed by ordinanc by the City Council whidh compensation hall not be changed after the appointment or during their several terms f office Nothing herein contain d shall be construed to prevent the City Council from fI several amounts of compensation in the first Instance duririgThe terlitoj office of any such officer or after his elect on The compensation of all other officers shall be fixed from time to time by the City Council- Sec 3624 No person shall be entitled tp vote ata municipal election in said cities unless he is a legal voter und r section one hun red and fottyfive of the Constitution L I Sec 3625 No eison Shall be eligible to hold any office in such city whether filled by election or appointment unless he is a resident and elector therein amt except the office of marshal shall have resided i u such city for one year next preceding the date of such election or appoint ment Provided however That the marshal of such city shall be a res i ident of such city at the time of his appoint eat and no person shall be eligible to hold the office of mayor or councilman unless he be a property holder In said city And provided further hat the police Judge of cities of this class have the power and authortiy to hold examining courts as Is conferred by law upon justices of the peace Sec 3626 It shall be the duty of the treasurer to receive and safe keep all moneys which shan come into his lands as city treasurer for all of which he shall give duplicate receipts one of which steal be filed with the city clerk He shall pay out saifl moneys on warar ts signed by the clerk and countersigned by the mayor and not otherwise Heshall make quarterly settlements with the city clerk and when apr roved by the council shall be spread at large upon tne record Sec 3627 It shall be the duty of the cit clerk to keep a rue f record of all the proceedings of the City Council anji such otto r recor as he may be required to keep and to discharge such other dut es as the City Council may require He shall makea quarterly Statement in writ lug showing the receipts t1j cxj enditiiies of the city for the preceding quarter arid the amount remaining In the tre surd He shall at the end of every fseal year matte ti full and detail d statement of Ui receipts and expenditures of the preceding year aud ja full statement o tlie fin ancial affair of the city whiicft shall be published He shall pet mn sucli other services as this chapter and tlir prdinaiices of ye City Cot eil sit requireI i Sec 3028 It shull bbtho duty of the city attQrjlajrto advise the tauthorities and officers till legal mutters nortaijilug to the bi siness of said city and discharge such other duties as may a so require 1 Sec 2629 The department of police of sail cltyphall be under the di Vection and control of the city marshal and for the itrppresslou Qf any r ot public tumult disturbnuce of the peace clr roe tall against the laws or public authorities in tho lawful exer ise or their functions he shall have the powers that are now or Inn ercaflbrbe conferred upon tae sheriffs by the laws of the Suite and shall 111hll respects emi tlW to the same protection and his lawful others shall be pcomptlfr ex ei uted by deputies police officers and watchmen Ill id city and uyery citizen shall also lend him aid When required I fqrni4rest oteo idors and maintenance of public order He shall aiJl Is frby authorize to execute and return all hroceds Issued and directed to him by any legal authority It shall bb his duty to prosecute before the police court breaches or violations of or noncompliance wit any city ordinance whlc shall come tohis knowledge Hshalttoll ct all taxes placed In his bands by the City Council for collection excei t license taxes and tax w paid by banks trust companies buildlriK ass rcia ions and other corpora UQIswhlch taxes shall be paid directly tqtlu treasurer He shall on the first Monday in each month pay to the cl y treasurer all taxes an others funds of said city collected by him durin r the preceding mouth H6 shall upon payment of the money tile with the trensujjr an affidavit stating that the money so paid is all the taxe or finds that he has col lected or riecelvod during said month He shall of any tux lIstgivo hls receipt for the same to the city IIlilO i de positing wth the city clerk tho duliquent tax 1st IOIlrocolft receipt thor tor He shall have charge of the city priso i and spy chain gang which may be astablished btie City Co nell Fie sliaU for Bervici of any process receive the same iocs as cons uble He may appoint subject to tho approval of till City Cornell one or more deputicH for whose acts he and his Oondsinen shall be responsible v hose only com pensation shall be fees for service of process which spit be the sum as those allowed to the city marshal He shall ilso With the couiurremi of the mayor and the City Council when the sunu bitty bo by bout ducmei necessary for the Preservation of putillv orator ipirolnt adi itlonal police men who shall discharge the duties assigned t tern for one day qiiiy He shall porfprm w sucrh other service as rlmptjr find the uriliiuinceH o the City Council shall require proviIcii that tit City Counril may ppolii a City tax collector who strop perform tlie dot pertain tg to the col Section of taxos as heretofore out in this chnptor but Aiho shall glv bond in such sum as may bo required by the Utty Council before eat Ing upon the discharge of his dutle Sec 3030 Tho City Council shall by OnJlnarcwi art In ongltttLnt wi the provisions of this chapter prosorlbp the add tfonnl duti lit all offers c and fix their compensation 1Sec 3631 Every officer collectlii i or r 0 lviag auf nio itjrt Hlofigin t Y PL foX Jjhe jusejof jyuirh cjty shajljijettle JJor thg yams with tltg cry innthe treasury pn the ordeor the clerk for the benefit of the funds which such moneys respectively belong Sec 3632 No officer of such city shall be interested directly or lull recil in ant contract with SI1llI cttor in doing any work or furnishing any supplies for the use t such city or its officers In their offjrHl ca pacify and any claim fo compensation of work done or supplies or nll terlals furnished In whlclj any stick officer Is interested shiill be void and If audited and allow shall not be paid by the treasurer r1t willful violation of the Prntiainnof this section shall be ground for moval from office and si all be doomed a misdemeanor and punisbetl as such See 3CGl The City Council shall meet on tile first Monday lit Ian ary next succeeding such general municipal elections arid the members threrof shall take the oath of office and shlll hold regular meetings once in each month at sttch time as they shall fix by ordinance Special ruesings may be called at any time by the mayor or by three members by wr ten notice delivered at least three hours before the timi specified J the proposed meeting All meetings of the City Council shall be held within the limits of the Qity at such places as may be designated by ordinance and shall be public Sec 3634 At any mee Ing of the City Council a majority of the memo hers shall constitute a qu rum for the transaction of business but a number may adjourn from time to time and may compel the attendan of absent members tinder mqh penalties as may be prescribed by or nance The mayor hall i reside at all meetings of the Council and ote av v In case of a tie vote 01 the Council and In case of the absence of the chirk the mayor Or nave pro tdm shall appoint one of the members of the board clerk pro tern See 3635 The City C until shall judge of the qualifications and election of Its members The shall establishrules for the cjimduct of their proceedings and punish aty member or other person foil disorderly Leof havior at any meeting Tley shall cause type clerk to keepa correct jot Hal of all their proceeding 4and ht the desire of any member shall cause the yeas and noes tobe taken on tiny question and entered on the jour nal Sec 3636 No ordinance and no resolution granting any franchise for any purpose sb llbe passed by the City Council on the day of its intro duction nor within five days thereafter no rat auj other than aregul meeting No resolution or order for payment of money shall be passed at any other time than a regular meeting And no ordinance re lutlon or order shall have any validity or effect unless passed by the votes of at least three irieinbers of the City Connell f See 3637 1 The City Council of such city shall have power to pass or dinances tint in conflict with the Constitution or laws of this State or of the United States to contract for supplying the City with water and Ugh to purchase lease or receive such real estate an4 personal property as m be necessary and proper for municipal purposes and to control dispose of and convey the same for the benefit of the city Provided That they shall not have power to sell or convey any portion of any water front but may rent such hitter front for a term not exceeding twenty years except the wharf prlyiteges which dial not be leased for more than five iears 2 To impose on and collect rom verv male inhabitant over the age of twent one an annual poll iuot exceeding one dollar and a luilf tTo levy and collect u but ail an ad valorem tax not exceeding seventyfive cents on eachj ne hundred dollars of the assessed value of all real and personal property within such city except as hereinafter prop videfl Provided That any Uftie the City Conricil may deem it necessary o nuUr any inuebteuniss the 1m men t ot which cannot be met br levy authprixed by law they shall IiC notice of an election by the qualified lectors of the towItc be boli to determine whether such indebtedness chair be incurred Such notice shall specify the amount of the indebted ness proposed to b6 iiicurred ti e purpose or purposes of the same and fortan Interest and sinkln lund as heein provided Such notice shall be piib lisped for at least two weeks n sme newspaper published in or of gen eral circulation In such town 01 by written or prlnte notices at three or more public places in such own If upon a canvass1 of the votes cast at such election it appears that twothirds of all the qualified electors jn such town shall have voted in favor of incurring such indebtedness it IPtfoviiiiuel for the creating of such indebted less and t f paying the samtand in su ordinances provision shall be made for the levy and collection of an an noel tax upon all real and po shoal property subject to taxation within such town sufficient to pay lllSIdue and also to constitute a sinking fund for the payment of the princi pal thereof within a period or not more than twenty years from the Connlrcil levieddto levy a tax sufficient for purposes n to the taxes by this chpter authorized to ibe levied Such ifx when collected shall be kept in the treasury as a separate fund to bt inviolably appropriate to the payment of the principal und Interest of such fmlebteduessf f 41 To Impose and collect II cost ees I and taxes on stock used for breeding purposes anti on al franehlscs tnideu occtttntfous nriii pro fessions but the licahsft for tie stale of spirituous vinous or mutt liquors thattis and dollars anti no license slwill be issued or granted in any city where the sale Of suph liquors are now forbidden bylaw Untfl such law bii changed tuesfiiutto VUoVher spirituous vinous or malt liquors might or should be sold been since September first hue thousand eight Uuntired and atlnetyt w o or shall hereafter be submitted to thet voters thereof and tile major ty ofUie yptes acct thereat were or stroll be iu fnvor of the sale of su Hqnots therein then the Council of such city shall hove no rIg power privilege or discretion to refuse to grunt license to sell such liqvKJRi therein until notlitfr election Is held therein as provided by goftem Iytt jaws and a nrnority of the voters of staid city have voted agninsr theWle of such lIquOIHmn Impost penalties for violations ot the coii dltitr jisof said license niny provide for the annulment or suspension the Ilceastpt lvf1 es or violirtion ojr the conditions ot terms of the tense or of the ordiri tacos governing the same No license to any pet son or for any basin ass shall be granted for a longer time than one shallIlll1mtiICOIl4 6 To imposd Iliac penalties and forfeitures for any and all viola lions of ordinances aid roc any broach or violation of any ordinance to fix the penalty bj lute or imprisonment or both but no such ilrhundred do utrs nor tho term of it n prisonment exceed flff days To cause parsons Imprisoned under final judgments In police courts or In default of payment of fine and cons or clip r imposed by said court to labor Iu workliouse pri streets or oUlOrubnc works or pro IPfor crt tttChln Use City n llhQ imprisonment Is siitisilod or the fine and 111of11 by cacti days labor 79o do and parforni fifty iind all acts and thins neceasary and iroifDr to crrirrt out the 11 vteloiiR of this chapter and to exact and o nin force tt tthtntlle limits reh city all other loam police sanitary and other regulations as dip not conflict With general laws CSt TlM City council shall have tile power by vote of five members thereof to take use and occupy for public buildings rear aviated e tl rated for street or any parl of saint Provided Same shall not be so UiKon and used for such public b illilings until said City Council shun Iluwenrtohluinecltlll written consent of the owners of the lands front ing sand abutting upon said tlluliciitod street and Reich the Written consent of owners of land fronting unit abutting upon said dedicated street witl one of that portion so taken Said written consent shall be nowledgedrknowledged and recorded lit the same manner that deeds to real estate recordotltha shaH be under thecpn oral find management of tho City Council they shall fix the price at whlofi tho lots shall be sold and niay oxooute doods therefor a r ce P the treasurer shall be eouiploU vldbuce of title but rr01l thfitycoun q Io t dl shallnot sessor chargecaaimants ococcit ants rto Ii d 4 liave been burledJn the lot claimed for five years r= i Sec 3G3S The enacting clause of all ordinances shall be as fallows E llfyerpublished at least once in a newspaper published in such city W Wylr ten ot printed and posted Iiiat least thrQopublic places therein ai d ilihnllbe In tone from and after the publication thereof Sec 3630 i The validity or constitutionality of any flty ordinance bt prohibitionew right of apjeal by either party to the court of appeals ISec 3610 All demands against the city shall be presented to ancTau theyitathe clerk shall draw a warrant upon the treasurer for same which warrant hall be countersigned by the mayor and shall specify for what purpose 9 paidorfoaC1Iletreasury tluit may be legally apportioned and appropriate 0for such pujf poses PitOVlDED That any city during the first year of its exists mayessrer IB lutbedisame e lSeccitInof such city or may be redressed by civil action al the option of tits sold authorities Any person sentenced to Imprisonment for th violation an ordinance may t be Imprisoned in the city jail or if the CityGoun trcal by ordlndnace shall so prescribe in the county jail of the count which such city may be situated In wlilch case the expense of such im risonmentshall be paid by said city Sec U64o The City Council are hereby authorized and empowered fo order any work they deem necessary to be done upon rtlie sidewalks curbing sewers streets avenues big ways and public places of suqh titpity Tile cost and expense Incurred ir constructing or repairing streets avenues highways sewers and public places shall be paid opt of the gen sooral fund of the city The expense nuurred In making and repairing sidewalks and curbing shell be paid by the owners Of lands fronting and abutting thereon each lotor poti6n of a lot being separately as sessed for the full value t hereof In p oportlon to the frontage thereof tp the entire length of the whole improvement not exceeding a square suchadoing so instead of paying for same Whenever any expense or cost Of work shall have been assessed on city lands as herein provided the amount of said expense shall become shn11ltake precedence of all other liens n nuiy enforced by the cOg tractor or city In accordance with the provisions of the Code of Pracflo Sec 364 The City Council shall have power and it shall berth eb duty to provide by ordlnojuje a system for the assessmentslevy and collection of all city tuxes not inconsistent with the provisions of this chapter which system shall conform as nearly as the circumstances of the case may permit Jo the provisions of the laws of this State in ref efence to the assessment levy and collection jpf State and county taxeft a except as to thee time for such assesSment levy and collection and except as to the officers by whom suit duties are to be performed The lien for taxes may be enforced by a summary sale of such propertYand the execution and delivery of all rieessary certificates and deedsttberefor under such regulations as may be prescribed by ordinance or by action In any court of competent jurisdiction to foreclose such liens PROVIDED That any property sold for such taxes shall be subject to re demptipn withiri the time and in the manner provided or that jojayhe esfl rprovided by law for the redemption of property sold foSlate aftert ntr taxes All deeds made upon any sale of property for tax bun1 e rovisjlons of This chapter Sh li have the same force and effedtf as is or may hereafter be provided by law for deeds for prop erty sold for nonpayment of State or Drafty taxes Sec 3645 The City Council shall aji point three discreet prJpert own hers who shalllmeet on the first Monday of December Of eacfyear aft 10 oclock of said day and sit as a board equ and shall continue in session from day to day until all the returns of the assessor rectified Thev shall have hower Jg hearJam1laints and to haejbeen or strie out anyfassessments made t e assessor and may motion raise any assessment upon notilee io the party is tobe raised They shall receive t fro dollars per day for their services while so engaged The corrected list fir each tax cerijfitdas being the assessment roll fIr said tn and shall be the ssessment roll upon which said tax is to be leVICrin siul year Sec Nothing contained shall be construed to prevent any city having an iric e teduess existing prior to September tvventyelkht erne thousand eig it 1111nl1llidand ninetyone from levying nnd collecting such taxes fart naymejit of such Indebtedness dndth interest hereon as are provide for In such laws in addition to thetaxo herein authorized to be levied and toile tea Said City Cou ell shall have Eeedgfines pet allies and forfeitures for viplationsof ordinances o bylaws lix1 be palil iito the general fundcbulkhabout sr fats bays or water fronts or in or about embankments or ott works for protection against over f ldwi and In furnishing any supplier or mitten us for the same when the exr caullture required lor the samp cantc resp a r 11under such regulations as maybe presiIbed by ordinance Soc 364S The mayor shall preside utter all meetings rthe council chosebettill written contracts entered nto by said city as such mayor tllri inayor protein The authority and power ftle mayor pro tern shall contlnu only during the day on which he is chosen The Mayor shall have Pow or to administer oaths and affirmations antalcs affidavits and certlfy tith same under his hand The mayor or mayor pro tern shall sign nit made by said city and all Instruments whijili shall require the conveyanohI City The mayor Is authorized to acknowledge the execution of ments executed by said citf that require to be acknowledged Sec 364l The Council specialCity may in cases employ an a the City who may not reside in such city and he shall be paid SUc1j compensation us the Council may by ordinance prescribe 1UOVIDI3D thaI this section shall not be construed soas toy permit the City Counoil fn appoint said attorney who does not reside In the city Sec 3050 All laws ordinances bylaws and resolutions now in fok said cities and not Inconsistent with Ithls chapter shall remain h full force until altered or repealed by ordinance See 3551 A police court Is hereby established In SUChclt1to jurndlctloncivil and criminal except that in criminal cases the jurisdiction Shall b confined to cases occurring within the city and shall always be open for trial of criminal and penal cun est unit shall hold mont ly terms of wild court Tprtlio trial of civil cases the torutt to tinfixed by the City Council and stool have occlusive juriiKflctloi of all actions for tho recovery of any ttne penalty pc tttrfaltim prescribed for the bleach of anoordlpance of such olty ofal actions founied upon any obligations or liability created by any ordlnatiftv Pand of fell prosecutions for any violations pf any ordinance The rules Vpractice and mode of proceedings In such police court shall bethota1D- l as aro or may be presoribed by law for justlccstcourtis and appeals ma be taken from all judgments of stud police cotirtB IE the titnawnld m9aae Y I f 6 t H 1b+1Rin wr = M 7ye Tf r and where the amount in controversy autho izes appeals from justices courts Sec 3652 The police Judge shall be er titled to charge and receive fort his services such fees as are or may le allowed by law to county 4judges for services rendered In quarterly ourts The Council shall by iprdiiiance provide who shall act in the place of the police judge when he Is absent ors when from any cause he can not preside or when he Is sworn otJitsheWand recorded In the county clerks office dan entry made upon the order book of the county court showing that the bond was executed and approved and giving the names of the sur ties therein The county judge shall at any time that he may have reason to believe that said bond Is not good or that the sureties are about to become insolvent require the execution of a new bond or additional sureties on the old one andant4rcn may if compensation therefor cannot be agreed upon proceed to condemn the same in the manner provided for the condemnation of land for railroad purposes Sec 3654 Alt real and personal estate vithin the city and all per sonal estate except such tangible personal roperty as has an actual bo bs fide SItu s without the city of persons comiciled or actually residing In the city on the fifteenth day of Septe her in the year in which the assessment shall be made and of all corpora ions having their chelf of flcjOr place of business in the city on said date and the franchises of aSme shall be subject to assessment and ta xation for all local and mu nicipal purposes unless exempt from taxation by the Constitution and the same shall be assessed at its fair cash valuiy estimated at the price it wouldtfbring a fair voluntary sale Any Iranchise granted in whole or in part by afclty and exercised within said city may be taxed by said city notwithstanding the corporation ownin or exercising same may have its chief office or place of business elsewhere Sec 3655 AH property subject to taxation shall be assessed as of the fifte nth day of September of each year and it shall be the duty bf ib61 assessor between the fifteenth day of September and the fifteenth slay November of each year to make ou a true list of all the taxable jproperty within the city The mode of mal ing out said list and the pro ceedings relating thereto shall in conformity with laws uow in force regulating duties of county assessor except as the same may be otherwise provided jta this chapter or by ordinance Said list shall describe the property assessed and the value thereof ar d shall contain all other mut ters required to be stated In such lists by he county assessors Said as sessor shall verify his list by his oath aud hall deposit the same with the city clerk on or before the first Monday in December in each year The as I sessor shall during such time make a list of all persons residing within the city and shall verify such list by his oa h and shall on or before the first Monday In December in each year d posit the same with the city clerk Said assessor and his deputy shall hive power to administer all oaths and affirmations necessary in the pe formances of his duties Sec 3656 The city shall have a lien Porilye years from the date fassessment on the property assessed and all other property of each per son or corporation for all taxes due by th m respectively to the city which shall not be defeated by gift devise sale alienation or any means whatever and nothing shall be exempt from levy and sale for taxes Sec 3657 For the purpose of taxation fe il estate shall include land and the Improvements thereon and personal estate shall include every thatwhichSec 3658 In all municipal elections the qualifications of voters except when otherwise provided In this chapter shall be the same as in reglstratloregistrationlawsiofviolation of said laws at a municipal election shall be punished in the manner provided In cases of violations oft law when a State or coun ty election Is held Sec 3659 In cities and towns where regi slratlon is not required the ballots shall be deposited in a separate boxThe ballots and boxes in- cases where separate boxes are required shall be provided for and all the expenses of a municipal election shall be pad ythe municipality and contested elections 11 all cities for municipal officers shall be decided as may be provided by ordinance fISec Whereas municipal officers are to be elected under this act at the November election one thousand bight hundred and ninety three and whereas without an emergency clause said act may not be in force and effect at the time of said nlpninn therefore an emergency Is hereby declared to exist and this act shall take effect from and after Its approval by the Governor TAppfbved July 3 1S93 I11nnFACTS IN FEW LINES IrvlnfareThe manuscript of Swinburnes First Book of Ballads has been sold for 1000 rThe census returns show that GOOOI 000 anq more women are employed the nations industrial life InI All of the houses In a i oorer quarter of Honduras capital are of mahogany which wopd costs less than pine there Mathew Faulds a weaver of Kllmar Jnock Scotland has been at his loom years He Is over ninetynine years old The strike on the nU5 ian railways stopped 40000 geese from making their trip to Germany That Is the monthly export to the neighboring empire Missionaries of the American Meth odist church speak no fewerthnu thir ty even languages There are 5000 of these workers and 1500QGL Christians under them The clever cigar rollers ot have rivals In the Insect world 1 SCVmGI aid of its tiny feet the weevil leaves Into a cylindrical shape and hides itsolf inside The dead bodies of prospectors are found day after tIny in Death valley southern California Always the un fortunate have discarded all their clothing In the agonies of heat and thirstThe coldest December in eighteen years at Northfield Vt was that of 1890 when the thermometer stood at 8 above zero on the avernge The warmest was 180L when the average was 81 A Seymour Conn mill recently received a consignment of 78000 pounds of mohair The best quality pf mohair comes from Turkey and Asia Minor The industry is being fostered in this country but the product Is not of a very fine grade lFbe Nelson centennial called atten tion to the age ot Nelsons captains at Trafalgar It averaged not quite forty Nelsons flag captain was thirtysix One of the commanders was only twen ty The commander of one of the finest battleships was thirtyone o1S I I +H+Handy For the IIoa eyrlfe A bandy cellar shelf that will save the housekeeper many steps may be arranged at the side of the cellar stairs within easy reach upon descending few steps The shelf Is contrived from 11tiwouvp i CKLLAH siiiiLr- an old nvle and vlnHl iThe axle Is fastens d o bang frojn the nearest btHiii o the lrwny lllie wheel tV IJhtJILt1bDltrc1 tlIJjgIH nmvlniLf Stiilnit Forr jrnoving any klnll of stains take a piece of butter and rub over the spot This lust Uc doue before the article which lias beets Htalned lists been touched by water Leave this on for some time and at any time after the article can be soalcod with the clothes and the stain tt ill come ou- tLcther Fnrnltnre Lea er covered furniture should be frequei tly sponged with worm water and bo ax and rubbed dry with a soft cloth then rub in a of glyc erin an d polish with a chamois A little tou of thin varnish mixed with an equal amount of oil will help the dull spots R sting a Telret Cellar To c ean a velvet collar properly tt should be taken off and the wrong side held tt ut over boiling water until the ralstheour n the right aide with a mixture of alto iol and ether before steaming It FOR THE HOUSEWIFE BJ WteC- orks left out of vinegar aid Iteses jugs- Canned goods left iu the tin instead of being immediately turned into an efirtheu dish Tea and coffee canisters left open Mice and water bugs left to run ram punt Mops and brooms not hung up Good string and wrapping paper thrown away Tin dishes set away wet to rust Silver spoons and forks used in the kitchen Wooden pulls and washtubs left dry to fall apart Too much starch made and thrown away Rice and sugar left In paper bags that hUrSt and scatter their contents Left over vegetables fish and cooked eggs thrown into the garbage Bread pan left with dough sticking to ItFat put Into earthen dishes to grow rancid The mustard cruet left open to lose its strength Appl las Geld Paia to Weed In applying gold paint to wood much depends on the medium employed in the preparation ofthe paint A simple methodsis to rub the surface down with No 0 sandpaper dust well and then give the work a coat of chrome paint prepared by mixing middle chrome paste paint with boiled oil tour parts oak varnish two parts and turpentine one part This should be allowedtoshow rub smooth with flue sandpaper dust again and then apply prepared gold paint with a soft brush The color pf the chrome forms an excellent ground for the gold paint New Idea For IVanh board The Inventor of the washboard re with shown claims that it has a surface which will enable clothes to l rapidly and thoroughly washed without InJurlng The fabrics and without tear lug away the buttons In the sides of the frame are bearings Into whit a number of rollers are journaled These rollers each have four horizontal l grooves dividing the rollers Into ribs and at art angle with the ribs are transverse corrugations lhe horizon taJ grooves serve to hold and dispense 4 L tA IIOBOOVKS HOLD TUX SOAP oaj which is supplied prior to wash tug the clothes The transverse corru gallons are arranged at u pitch to form threads for feeding the clothes the cor rugutiouB of the alternate rollers being arranged reversely the tendency of the adjacent rollers being to move the clothes or other fabrics in opposite dl rections The rollers are spaced spar to permit water to pass readily be tweeu then Before washing the grooves are filled with soup which Is to be packed prior to the comment ment of the laundering operation the quantity of sOap belug intended to suffice for an entire washing Hat Spinach Eat plenty pf splnnch It acts as11 tonic uud beuutlfier Good soap soft water plenty of fruit early hours arid a daily Walk In all weathers Bnttiu the face every night with equal quau titles ot warm milk nhd water It keeps the skin fair and smooth WhHi washing the hair Is necessary harmless srtjnplestquaofboiling rt mouthed Jar and use nboyt two table 11flutosmall quantity of muriatic acid may je poured into glasses that have become discolored After allowing the acid r glaSSflthe bright and cleat Potato parings mdy be utilized for cleaning glass to great advantage Place the parings In a dinh allow them to remain four or fi Louts then wash the dish with warm soonwashed as lf dUst has collected in the cut glass CleaulBff Straw Mattla r To clean straw matting that is very much soiled use two quarts pf water in which 10 cents worth pf oxalic add poison has been dissolved This win appliedwithly afterward and your matting will look as good as new For Sleepleaae Hot spinal douchesI e pouring hot water down the spine from a pitcher or big spphge are pf morn value for the cure of sleeplessness than Bleeping wafts for they cannot do harm and In nest cases BOOthe the nerves draw hiftod frasi tha brain ad lidiicn II eM r NEW SHORT STORIES KIt ChrUtlan Kicked A short time after the civil war a small fleet of our ships took the then Assistant Secretary of the Navy Gu talus V Fox to Europe to cultivate in ternational friendship wrlte a corn spondent of the New York Times i While In Copenhagen the late King prlnillsnlfollowing incident of the visit was re lated to me by the late Rear Admiral Alexander Murray who was then In command of the monitor Augusta From my seat at dinner looked out on the pleasant lawn where the bond was stationed After the principal busl assn of the dinner was over at the In J THK TJAKDMABTEIt CAMfi IN SIGHT vltation of King Christian the glasses were filled and all the table being a attention his majesty arose and due formality proposed Tile president of the United States Glasses were raised but the king paused glared over his shoulder and abruptly left the dining hull The guests upon invitation pf an aid reseated themselves In a few minutes I paw the band master come hurriedly Into sight fol lowed by the king who kicked him across my field of view Shortly after the king returned to the dining hallI took his place at the head of the table and the guests having risen again p posed The president of the State As he raised his glass the SpangledBannermajesty emptied his glass A Leaaon la Aareayt Hone Watkins considered by Booth one of the best Juliets who ba hdebutpony Amy Lee Mrs Watkins daugh EvenloJlostfirst appearance ShoreMythe stage und at the sight of MIs a CuBhtnan startbackjt ith a cry of terror On the first night she was so overcome with stage fright that she couldnt utter a sound The scene was a Ont failure But contrary to her ex pectntion she was not dismissed i You will do rill right tomorrow night Rose said the star When on the following evening mother mad c her entrance Miss Cush jabbeddNaturally very naturally mother let out a bloodcurdling shriek The scene was a tremendous success Very goodconuneuted Miss Cush man after the curtain calls Now you are In a fair way to become a great actress Ills Wit Bayed Him yeartheo x relate the following as Illustrating the ready wit of an Irishman In the early years of his service one of the duties of this olllce was the preparation of the voting lists of the city and the registration of now voters One of the qualifications of a voter was the ability to write One evening when his olllce was full of men seeking registration an Irish man Patrick OConnor asked to be registered and was iron the usual blank with the request that he sign his name This he finally did with great effort and in an almost Illegible maters this was probably the xteufof his literary accomplishments called out Mr Jacobs let him write your name Instantly Pat looked up and replied Indade I wouldnt noire do that That would be forgery After the Doctor They were talking about after dinner speeches The cleverest I ever heard of said DallyMallWhite House wedding for his paper was In a speech made by James OMahony an Irishman who was bar- rIster but who came to London to go battofriends welcomed him with a dinner One otIthe guests at the dinner was a om OMahony hated The doctor made n speech at the dinner and OMahony was called up Immedl ately thereafter It Is very disagreeable he said to follow the doctor so closely It makes me feel like the 1JD dertakerCblcago into Ocean r Decter aa pIr Balldcv The East India company In their at tempts to make headway In India were signally Indebted in various stages of their progress to humble practitioners in medicine It was In consequence of a cure effected on the favorite daughter tliatcthcyhigal Later still In the year 1710 a med ical man named Hamilton as a toward for curing the reigning emperor of an illness obtained t rtbe company a grant of three villages neat Madras a permission to purchase thirtyseven townships In Bengal and the privilege of introducing and conveying their merchandise from Calcutta through Bengal without duty or FearehdThe footftlK thus gained the ac companying patronage and encourage ndent enabled theEast India company to make such progress asu cut out all foreign rivals So Jtnglatid through the company gradually obtained full sway over Inflla London Malli Lisa GreeFire Marine torches are the direct de iCendants of the Greekfire of the an cients though the modern torch Is usd for defense rather than offense and prevents the surprlie of a fleet through the silent approach of an enemy It consists of an aluminium cylinder used as a projectile On being fired from a gun It produces no result until It falls into the sea In its interior tt contains stores of calcium phosphide and calcium carbide The former pror conrtactneously and also Ignites the acetylen gas liberated from the carbide through the action of the water Enough of tbfe chemicals is contained to last for ten hours and a few of these torch eb thrown to the points of the compas from which attack might be expected would leave the defenders in obscurity while not permitting the enemy to apr pronebIThe Great Amazon River In South as In North America ria lure does work on the and acbiecementsit s the Amazon river Rising in the Andes it flows across the continent and dis charges into the Atlantic ocean at the equator The vastness of the area 2368000squareis borne In mind that this is more tha the area of Russia in Europe and Aus trla Hungary It has a length of near ly 4000 miles Is navigable for 2300 miles from the sea and is fed by nu merous streams which in any other1 country would be ranked as great riy r0era In the wet season which lasts for hfromAmazon has been called a gigantic reservoir rather than a riveritrance Taste IK Eatla Many strange dishes were eaten by clergymandwhich were attended by leaders of scl ence and literature the menus yet often of a most eccentric character On wascitatlythey were told what they had eaten delinmice frequently At other times hedge bogs tortoises potted ostrich and sometimes ruts frogs and snails were prepared for the delectation of favor ed guests Henry Labouchere said that the dean swallowed the mummified remains j of the heart of Louis XIV of France s The First Leaioa of aa Arab 807 ArabIs to keep facts to himself It does not sound very friendly put In that way but it saves a teal of trouble Foreign ers do not understand Arabs They ask them pointed questions and peculiar answers They recelyeI answers to pldase themselves and come away to tell the world that the Arabs are a nation of liars They are not II theyshoulditeUaffairs and let them sad theirs alone the foreigners would understand them bettertExchanpe Ox Done t yalneihefourmake a pint of neats foot oil Tho thigh bone is the most valuable useful for emitting Into toothbrush lia idles The fore leg bones are made into collar buttons and parasol handles The water In which the bones are boil ed Is reduced to glue while the this which comes from sawing the bones Is turned Into food for cattle and poultry Qualified daughterthundered clerk No sir replied young Hunter no a clerk but a gentleman now Isigned my Job the moment your daug- ter accepted me Philadelphia Press Hardly HicksI understand somebody discovered that theres alcohol In r beer Wicks Yes but theres nofee r adoptingfor it Too Muck For HI t Breezy Why did you resign from the Dont Worry club Easy I discovered that the way the rest of them got out j of worrying was by telling all their troubles to me Detroit Free Press All Settled Mistress doing to leave are yo Tired of working tor a living What are you going to do then Maid Noth lag maam The fortune teller telli me Im going to marry moaeI S = = I FACTS INS FEW LINES The highest structure in the werid Is the EIrel tower In Paris neriy 1000 feet in height A business In Australia is that of leading engagement rings and wed ding 2rtinsseate TiM enttreac ttjctltin ot the diplas9at Ic letters of lope Plus VII bar be eA stolen from the acblves of the VaOcalt For the saving of would be snlcldee the municipality of Rome has decides to employ police motor boats on the Tiber Europe has a population of about 36 000000 or about onefourth of that the whole world Belgium hag Ubv ensest population A French feifilbrer has found IB tbe InteVibfof BMlieo singular and tre sdme1 wtWdiaggtft It was theskull of a NegritjMlvapoii carved by the ArkIt is said Itliaf the totn ofPmlUCW Peru DaB not had a drop of rain in thirteen years fibs common joke about Paitrf Is that people never dlethWK itieyslmpiy get tiPed out Luccbeni the asBaasIn of Jffimp ew Elliabeth of Autir tsword n to the Paris Matiii Is lying hU JanerlTt great deal ot trouple tie Is either 1a sane or pretends to be and has ttaid seidernlttentpigtkill his gtafda London barber shops now proyldia coramodatlons for api welcome in many rasa who prefer to shave them tkeeRlagheiralso teach the inexperienced who want to learn bow to shave themselves prbp erly London is Undoubtedly leading the world in the matter of women clubs Twentyone years ago there Brae nit e single Institution of the kind riot there are thirty with a total member ship of over 20000 There are alas several mixed clubs of which the women members number about 1000 In China an odd way of taking the census prevails The clues and towns are arranged In groups Of ten houses The oldest man In each group visits thN nine houses whIchwIth his own makeup the group counts the members or every family sad sends his report to the Imperial census bureau A Jury In Lindsey LI icolnshire Eng land after being out ome time bn a case of alleged false pretenses returned bringnIs not guilty They were sent back and in fifteen minutes reached this ver diet We find him guilty but not with intent The prisoner was dl charged 9liellnedd recently pn the retirement of the Balf9Qrcablmet he declined Lot the hidinIng the Imperial penny postage schem In 1896 And introducing telegraphic money orders in the United Kingdom anti the parcel post in France A Lubec Me genius has made a tbsesota which was towed to Eastpon und in 1002 The instalment ia said 1tohave a very1 fair tone and the work manshlp Is goods considering thin it sdwith a curved blade GardinerIpe rant fnpent Turner received a fiaritiJp inclosing 125 from a woman who says that years ago as a little glrl she made a collection In the schools of the city for some purpose Her tempiatiot came in the form of a yearnlIVIoJ candy and she emoozzle abovf amount from the funds in her hands Through the efforts of Admiral Mr Placedton by the chaplain at Mare Island navy yard announcing that the house was occupIed by Farm gut 185458 while he was the first commandant of the yard A newspaperman who entered a tri egraph station In a small Maine ham illspatchnwhat taken aback when asked by the thaidaysarcastically that he wanted ittogo b freight along next week Thafe wai saleIVt Las a dance card which was use resoirnreads as follows Social Ball Tha company of Mhili Betecy Parker fa K assemblingIthe 30th of December next ut 2 Qeloclr p m J Boynton H Alboe J Walks J Parker managers Dec lath 181M The father of CampbellBannerman Englande offbargainhCampbell started marking nil his goods In plain figures from which his sales men were allowed to make no reducs aridootse to p KrGlasgowand was knighted by Victoria The German admiralty has resolved upon furnishing ships of war with means tOT recognizing each others Identity at distances too great fpr read Ing the name it the vessel This is to bf affected by the use of rings or sands on the iihlmney stack differing hi num bet and color The colors used will be black white red and yellow Accord joursaltulfrequently mistook a friend for ta est my daring the rtceat maneuvers ewJac io the abe et icy S1 eltaicnUoet 1Y F Make Breali By Harriet Prcscott SpofTord Copright1905 by Hattirt PresoHSpoffenJ the uiedtacval days sere full o IFdemons With Which one reckoned today fats many of them concert trated iu a Shl le the dr mon of unrest It Possessed Char II Harding In his shop In the village the mills thedcpdt the meeting house being hard by rind all the gossip of the burg about his counter And the world outside grew temptingcBut It was a of silver had been made In the neighbor evertaold pasture that even the sheep them selves would have disdained to crop had gone soaring out of sight and the staid old parish that had followed Ute way of Its forbears for 200 yearavand over had gone wild over Its potentiality of riches v Of course Gapjuu HardInga train band captain of mlUtla was he had not been In the center of all the talk avlthout finding opportunity for bond tug and buying an elling land and be had as he phra4dd It melted down a good pocket piece through the various transactions IIi the swinging of fates peuduluin however It was presently found that the silver was not of t explodedlIe Harding full of eagerness and the wile spirit of adventure In money mak ing Why aint you contented where you bel asked Jjta wifes grandfather Theres alters ben sliver here sente afore you was born Why should it nake sech a difference to ye all on a sudden now Trouble Is ye have to put It In to get it out Costs moren It comes to Theres folks I know has silver spoons made of It moren 200 years ago But bless ye them spoons cost moren gdld Theres gold too EDYteUersay an got What he called a color But longs spring pans out In the grass an yarbs I do knows I keer for the other color As1 long its the bloodroot comes an the marshmaller an the long leaf of the dock that makes a most healin salve an burdocks lor blisters an crambries to draw out caric rs other folks may have their silver Ef you an Grace wants sil ver Jest keep tb work An the sooner ye git silver maggot outn yer brain the Itll be for you You got a grow in business youre poplar an It aint moren a miles walk morn dns over to your store when you cant use yer wheel My king Heres spring for sure Herds a mournin bride And all excitement the old naturalist forgot his stick hurrying and halting and slipping and stumbling but mak lug sure of the beautiful butterfly Captain Harding looked after him and wondered how a reasonable being could be contented with such a lithno better he thought than a moles Grace Harding through some un mown freak of descent had developed a great deal more worldly ambition than any others of her family She had Insisted on going to school when her sister Louisa preferred staying at home and drudging with her mother and she had read novels and taken a fashion paper and on her marriage she had gone to housekeeping In an old weather beaten farmhpuse only as a prellmina y to something altogether finer It cas a pretry place under a green hill withircat sycamores and a brook were lined with blue for igetmenot They had built a little piazza where they could sit at night looking down over the marshes myste srlous In shadow enchanting In sun digit and on some days he rode orer to the store ion his big wheel on which the loomed a giant figure against the skyIt was before the days of the safe tyand onsome days he walked and the store thrived gently and Grace bather flower beds and her row of sweet peas and went to ineetiug in her green silk gown with pink roses in her bonnet looked upon by Louisa In her brown delaine as very much the fine lady Life then was flowing on serene with now and then u tea party at the village and every day a visit with her mother and with Louisa who was no married herself and living at the to of the hill when one night her bus band came home and threw down his drat In a temper Well Im sick of this he cried Ive ben doln some Httle outside the store you know But now the booms gone up and there e nothln more In hind round here Ive turned over quite a few properties s though and made my penny every time But this is the end of It Howd you like to go to Colorado Colorado Yes Im like the wild beast that s tasted blood Say I could shut the tore as It stands I took prays mos putiIt e thickof things t1it I didnt stake oft claims an strike pay dirt Id eat wbafT as worth oatlnAn Ive inningslearned I s hero lookin over tIe lay of the land flee emtryln out tjie silver buttons 4lYou saw said Grace calmly I saw them Anr now Ive a little osutfaln to the godd suppose we just turn the two keys tin try It The worst we can do Is to come back again And they did Captain Harding with a fierce but gay determination and his wife with a beating heart and a fluster ed face but with a sort of eager curt meityt Jest tomfoolery said her tooth t er vf lth a weary sigh as aha twisted her ttpar aiid buy colored hair out of flfe IIJUlIy qtnt they sttttafied with tlii tgs as tltcy are the store an the flm an nil I duiit bllftve Churl HarliMg tis ever glw ap Ciipji Iljirii Ing ats he tI of excoptin itsIGraooV CJracv Is ORpn then id her graudfu her I can t tell iwrltcre Grace got jar a nI bitJous pcrrltp akl her mother Oh dp know said her hu Mind I was moscrnsiy to go to qua rust vy geOut ouegobd wreck cured mo an JyeslcHIbaglu hUd1comeing But diptaln Harjdlngjiad no 1obt4Idn the subject First thing saytheresan so youve gotter look successful anyhodsIts my wire throughthdater r turning from the far west a Httlfc aved by the velvet carpets the satin rtains the gilding the mirrors the splendor of the other women she was conscious of something about herself not as It should be Her husband wild all well enough a bluff and read than ot business In a business suit jut either she had on too much or she flidut know how to put it on She felt she was unlike these grandee dames who talked and laughed and moved at ease Her hands troubled her and made her uncomfortable her hair lacked the touch But still she knew it was only a matter of time nnywnjlookedhe had any time to look at her at all She was more lonesome than at first for had beconie entirely hethusband schemes was seeing the world It the beginning like II almost made her dizzy at last she was a part 1nOrflnIteager In the rush as any quite at home in It had Indeed had some pleasure of the luck he had hop ed for and he was floating the shares of the ilnUle Dollar mine In a way that n ade his wife holH her breah when e reported his successes to her He had been on the ground he had seen tie mine he knew what he was talking about he was not anxious for too law jea price and he dime out of the tfa isaction with a stash fortune Xo hie said Mif I did frhat my folks tid Jour folks would approve of tl si out this down to grass that means Interestaud go home and build a 1ose with bow wind rs and a Peen h root and be the rich man of the onl jUBjlme you asked ie anxlou ly dlnlt Yes said Gn ce Yjud like to see tpconeot mil bmoneyin for It Im goin Into Wall street In earnest And Captain Hard ng had a sense of assured success which made him tbje happiest best oat red and busiest man alive Taint luck ho said to ils wire Its a long head Id look pretty hidin such a knack of busl ness in the corner store wouldnt 11 And as for you Im proud you ev ety day But Mrs Harding was not proud of herself She would not let her husband know jt tut she felt herself wholly upequal to niect the woneu of society whom her husbands affairs brought her into some association In vited now and then to thilr houses to their opera boxes womet who had ac quaintance with each oiler11th for eign life who know wh t to do nut how to dO It and who wit out the least HI feeling often overlooked and Ignored her and made her sclf out of It She sent hone boxes of gowns and otli er things to Louisa and her mother of which in their private talks they said trthey would have preferred her own things to make over for themselves without dreaming how unsuitable tyioy would be and she sent grandma a gray silk wrapper In whose ruffle awl oldyrflower is Grace pleased herself by thinking mud she sent her grandfa rtLer a fur coat and a wonderful meor thatPsuch things were as her husband phrased It so much to the good Now and then she sent her father a little money but she did not have much money Captain Harding needed all his ready money but she had generous creditami bills Pile It o i said her husband One must look success tul In order to be successful you know They still lived at the hote where they had what seemed tp hr royal rooms although she never grew used to them and although entertaining there tluse who accepted their Invita bus sic always tend a gctiHdUon that one day those people would tend her out for a tr m- idutStec la ighcd sometimes when sin saw herself In the glass with Jiarf bare shouldeis and jewels her an tin and lace an nmntbou with a kind of mocker But she never let her hus bawl know that this was not what her soul Ion ctl for that she wus afraid the oth r women or that she felt allI their ON a new way of life to be of very uncertain tenure Sho did not have so much chance as once to et him know hcrstateof mind He was pccupled from morning till night h was writing and telegraphing and seowig people and down In t la lou by talk g with men till mIdnight the a minor Wall street otell1b7belK Things soempd to her to chisuch ai whirl that sometimes she wonddjped If she were not idrcnming Sho rant home rfutsliesatd very lltllv of tier self and her life She rirsctt red hnper feowl thliifis like iHiHtircK and shops roUI n said hor mother once its jboriic in 011 ins some ways that Grace ulnt happy Shes got the disiltot her team shes out lu the wOrld eln hnjipjrI t any hay said Louisa dauciu hw oonher knee and th n letting him pull ae JJLId like to see yoir baby Gra written her sister Some time IJUst for alonk I unity 11OP hi upon you when you least expect It I wVsht I could drop In out her her moWer You wouldnt know her said Lou youtlII guess I should know my or child1 Saul her mother ICa was ever so fine Im glad she aint ever sheIIn his life but oinehow I fcelstJlOugh grandfather was better for him than Captain Harding i wisht shed to what shes doin and where she goes J UTa look pretty dont uirtke out the piclur Louisa walkityour back to carry such u burden Thats what mothers backs are malde forsaid Louisa laughing and kissing her mother Kisses these rare ambiig them but in those days Iouh felt as If she must be Grace and Ue self too Whether she was sorry or skid ti days went by with Grace and In the course she began to understand through the little she saw of her husband they were critical days Its make reak he said to her once And as saw his preoccupation and h anxiety day after day and the Urea less way In which he tired she fe breathless herself She scanned tho market reports and specials she Ii ed as she Would to the talk of atoc and points and margins yet she allveryharasshigstood at last that everything depend on an arrangement called a deal whtc Illt could be brought about meat itoGwealth beyond dreams for nil cone rn ed and If It couldnt meant ruin But It was going to be brought about It couldnt fall women couldnt understand business of this sort she tau possess her soul In patience And sl tried to do as she was told But she knew now Ijat her husband had every tiling stakcu ou one throw She leaned over him in his snatches of sleep mut tcrlng and In his dreams a as she smoothed the lock lightly from his forehead she felt she would f ke a kdhimHe li id grown white and gaunt of hat catl ig nothing waking before light sl ting lost In thought starting at stlgt sou ds with all his nerves on edgehur vying as he walked as If he nurea txlfirssomething flying front him lie was very much later for dinner one day than ever before Early In Afternoon a telegram had come and ha been brought up to her Teleran usually went to the downtown des husiiandbong not a mightfrom opentedIbwas a very simple message and In vjery terse language Gone up But she knew In an Instant what it meant nboutheHer tjusband came In after awhile commonlyDowatch 1sthe asked while ma l21g his lollPt Why to be sure In the uppe drawer In my tirn sing ease With the two keys he ughed Youro a sentimental woman I sup pose you have 801110 fancy or otlibr about those keys Youre all really for princessroggcrys IfI dont know she said used to like my old pink ginghams So did lhe exclaimed Tiresome work tills going out to dipper business IIle ready In no time Which Is It tonight Harder work than when I Went traluln 1th the uillitla It wlas several times the couraeof that evening that Captain Harding looked at his wife Vitha smile or eircuutaWnceWith what an air She cnrrt It ff ho thought llow shebecBinc wealth nud splendor And yet the jrirl lii lilt pink gingham drites hall been asycctty The truth was that for the llrsfciiine ui tlih eager Grit 1elt sure of herself and pip her oven ground WelL1 hf fluid to her than they were again ta them rooms t don t biv IrondIVlvet tits tlor you Till Is resobt of G 3ou vfGVff meant for JtJ5 too bftirf Ifm rut rr Itul nov brit ca up Ive Mmothhi totun youlXo you hftTent she said laughing ceher griiftt Units eycj blazing it seemed to him JoymiHv Aiul she drew the tel egram from under ii book 1Icy George he cried gazing at with fresh admiring pride Yon beat tile record Thats what I call situ ll fad you knew H all the time Vell there It Is I aint no match for those fellers By soiling my watch and your anIId pace enough to buy A little stock of fresh goods fQr the store And and whatdo you say tto criedItwell go back and just open up nothi1in toned as if wed been out to see the word and hud seen it iml was satisfied and was back again to the old stand with some new notions he said gaily Sowed our wild oats so to sayv And Ill give you raised biscuits and doughnuts for your breakfast And Ill feed my chickens and hire my plants XII Bare a jack rose Why Charlie well be real You better believe And with this leadoff my shoulders Itll be nuts to your grandfather though Hell like to hear you talk Hen IK at the store early and late And some days said Grace one glad smile breaking after another across her face Ill bring my sewing down to the store and visit with you myself And every day Ill see father mId the rest of them at the old place And Ill have so much to tell mother and Louisa that theyB think Im making it up And Louts is baby oh Charlie it will Ueto shrfeelAnd if we find a silver mine In the back yard well board it u said he Unlisted Securitlcn I dont see why Mr Stubbs wasnt willing to lend WiHie Porter the 200 he needed to get that business oppor tunity in Nashway said Mrs Comp ton to her husband on her return from the sewing cIrclcI Everybody waj tnlking about It this afternoon and Mrs Porter feels real hard to Mil Stubbs lolls have lent money to Willie Porter before this and never seen the 1aIirmoney rd work and saving Hed Itieantid rs Willies been unfortunate sbut so have some revorol your squ eIsitsWQtItpnraisto doiryCompton Impressively besides a amIId cas any in this town I dont know what he could have wanted more that Im sure African Honpltnllty asivt Veis but ofthc whole African race Is considered the duty of every citfz to entertain strangerS without the smallest compensation Places of rest midtilaud always open and when these mitairsductcd n guyreti qua r or they are Invited to cat rvi the people They continue to be provided for even If they stay months wastedd pnd they tokmore t two or three cola nuts or two or U reo English pc niesCcnturyI t This 9nf She So you think low i like a pho tog raphic plato And why iJe Why it takes a dark room to velop Itally Slopers Halt Holiday PIRClean every da Uttorfor the pigs to ec out r CHOICE MISCELLANY Incf About Plcesi All Uisumnce journal hI coutetnp u ous terns bs been ttlnjr Itoforc us Our rank kUocy lu lmrntiifnv tjtiiloap of dollar of Bali al le proptttfW kill lug oft thousands oV persoiif In tX i nofrn if hiss tOOo lost their lives by fire whlcit ts an a ntiror nihtteen ti sII tiny rite increase hr deaths teas beeii growing regulaiSy our tires ent ratio being about irine Ucsoutot every 100000 M the population lost by every yt1lr In 1000 tire ratio was eight and in 1000 it was hut five New York nceru Ghbtago 4iOOc burn up three tbeatqrs erthree public halls twelve Churches ten schools two hospitals two asylums two colleges six apartment housed three department stores two jail twentysix hotels HO flit houses and nearly lGOO homes every week of the year Npt even China and Japan with their paper aud bamboo houses sub mit to such a fire tux na we doOnr fire losses are equal to a tax of 23 PC year for every family and that tux shows but the value of the property actually consumed not the additional quantity damaged by water or smoke or hasty transfer We haveburned up 1000000000 worth In six years The showing Is creditable neither to our telligence nor our thrift Vogue A Title Before Brcnkfnnt In Worlds Work W G Fitz Gernld prInceIIiWhen the Moroccan controversy had continued two months it still seemed that Germany might from thei InthelconhoclSYskill had been pitted against that of at Delcasse the talented statesman trl had directed the foreign nffalrsof trance with conspicuous success f seven years Von Bulow however worked with great dexterity until he contrived suddenly to bring about Dell casses dramatic defeat Isis retiret uient into private life followed When Europe woke up one morning learn that Thepphile Delcasse had quitted office Itcould hardly believe the report At sunrise a special messenger was sent to the Imperial palace with the news The kaiser overjoyed rose dressed quickly and drove to the chan cellors official residence Extending besnhlpril1ceYon success Yon Bulow hesitated and looked questioningly at the kaijser who added have created you a prince as- a token of niy gratitude for youp scnv Ices to ivy dynasty and the empire The Bnnlne n Man End and Wcati The life of the business mUll in the coast city Is as bustling as that of his statefss e northwest he works Just as steadily but you find him behind the counter or at the desk an hour earlier and he re mains an hour or two later so that he puts In about 25 per cent more of the day He has the telephone at his el rangezofI mcmts notIcelHe has the time sav Inland system down to a fine point Yet despite the Say alter day of keeping at It the baldheads few Nor do men grow gray before their time Their nerves stand the enstrain despite the truly strenuous they lead Why Because they have not let the chef get the better of the r pi stomachs their homes In tho heart of the out of doors are filled with fresh J air from sea and mountain The sun anlight can come In on all tildes Th do not need a morning bracer so that there Is not so much temptation to dis sipate They prove that work will not yourseef t Itlag Magazine A Tribute to the Dory The Philadelphia Press pays a hand some tribute to the dorY that enabled Captain Casto to board the Cherokee ndand rescue the passengers and crew In ngthlryng e stanch more seaworthy meets a Len vyor sell better or outlasts hoarier weather The fisherman on the banks lives out storms to his dory which swamp ship titand steamer The fisherman all al o soour coast meets squall and gale breaker and sea In a dory which keeps afloat where nothing else cnn live Ti ocean has been crossed ina dory aJlftine a true American craft Boston Herald Tobacco an Money Tobacco which used ta be the m dium of exchange In the early colon days of Virginia Is today the curremi of British New Guinea The Brltl administrator there reports that medium Is not the means of a lively trade Of the native he saysaRt will go to work for a few weeks or months and earn a few pounds then return to his home and lead the life of a gentleman lie Is able to purchase with the tobacco the best of food and luxuries and leads ii most lazy sluggish life While tobacco remal the currency as It Is nowI see no hope of Improvement In the labor con dltions with the native t seethed by Mnnkrata The steamer Swan sank at her ploi here as a result of a leak caused bj dtmuskrats The rodents gnawed a hole through the hull near the water line and tho boat settled until she rested on the bottom The crnCtwas successfully raised Reitsn that caused the trouble were killed Portland Oregonian tJ CHOICE MiSCELLANlft 2 Work of a nearer Colon It the beavers continue thou Jllt- on a dam across the Nortk Fork is shore the bridge across the rlter tts bt Uotchkiss they will aftlsniu ft cause several thousand dollars worth of diinmgc to property In that victeits when high water 6tn s In the aprxfe At present the ftlUe fellows beve ECU ly twenty feet of Weir jwk compig qd and the water to rum igan without appreciable damage Mr Thomas Blaokwell wild hu lease on the Metcalf property wit to the state game warden asking wit cau be done about the matter the jLr not allowing beavers to bo killed Th warden replied that the beavers cs longed to the state but a Permit couia se grouted for 1 to kill ten or twetV50 dolngldamncarefully prepared and shipped tb the warden for sale whereupon onehalf roi the proceeds will be returned tot the trouble in catchlng them A dam such as the beavers bufidj will back the wafer up on to the Met calf property and wash away a large t part of the place Besides that the beavers are cutting down a large num etnuated so near town the growth Is oP some valuerNorth Fork lion Times Jewelry Without Owner Do you know asked a prominent man In the jewelry trade in Maiden lane that there are thousands of dolr jlfS perhaps hundreds of thousands worth of unclaimed jewelry reposing In the satsand safety deposit vaults of goldsmiths and Jewelers These valuable articles consist eto 1rWt3aorsOAyner have suddenly left the land off the living without leaving any record of the valuables Many an executor ofi n tangled estate will be glad to get this bint Sj Lost November I had two relatives of persons who were killed In the Slob tOemepatrons left articles to be repaired andj shortly afterward the fire destroyed records of the transfer I am always glad to get rid of these left overs not valueoljrepnlrsgarded as hoodoos New York Press Raisin Black Foxes A Maine farmer who raises nothing but foxes claims to have discovered that the black fox is not a freak and heTs proceeding to prove this theory by t mixing a black fox from Ohio with a red on caught in the Maine woods From the cross he has a pair of floe black foxes ten weeks old and as these twins are not the first he has raised the same way he Is confident that In time he may be able to replace all the red foxes on his farm and raise for the fur market nothing but the finest blacks whose pelts sell tor 200 to 300 each Judging from sales made In the past the tour black foxes he has now areaentered on his stock list as worth 1000 and he feels rich lIe has the foxes inclosed by a wire fence sixteen efeet high and running down to thtfv ledge so that the sly rascals cannot dig out He feeds the animals and lets esthem have the full run of the farm which looks like a weed garden with a few trees growing In It but pays a profit with small outlay for labor Worcester Telegram eyIrish Idiom We are told that bedad Is not hat all never has been Irish except in the mind of the English comedian and the mere Saxon Is cheated of his best anecdotes If the Irishman does not saybedad begorrahj what does he say If you may not slay bedad you may say at every opportunity Isit- destroyed that yeare A blind wo sayrIwhlaht fromrouIland you Just say It in or Ye are I do as the case may be but never the plain English YesLoXlJo don Chronicle a Tooth Property ngIt Is well known that a corpsels not property but what about an extracted tooth So far as we know the point Ithoe not arisen In the courts of this At Gera In Germany how lever it has just been decided that the tooth still belongs to the man after It has left his jaw The dentist contended that be1eas carpcysh1But the patient also wished to have lv and the patient has won Pall Mall Gad retie Brlffaqd of Italy That Sidliau brigands are still llvtag tp to Weir melodramatic traditions Is ytdgnsxJJ cycling near Palermo His parents In4 thireddead body has now been found burled under av pyramid of stones tRaakon and the Hairklnae the double aa in iHaakon likesaw In awful and trio tat In Olafaa laugh The two names fall on the ear as Hawkln and 0laugh The numerous HawkJn eat are descended from marauding crews of Northmen who on flat both tomed boats not the faven but th Ibwt ilat J