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SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES.
iu irtuo of taxos duo tho County of ilny of r il'.iit, "t tlio court houso door In nil. County, Ky oxtioso to PUBLIC , I,1. to tho hiultost bidder, for cash , , i.Hiul, t"' louowing pruiwriy (or bo ., ,h thereof ns mny bo nocossary to ,'Hfythc nmount of tho taxes duo .,f i.twiid niitl coats,) MAHION NO, 1. ,,,'in. tfnmly It., 1 lot In Marlon ,t and fostfl $27,W) .rn..?ewT, f'J ncros near A. MuxliM, tax and costH 0,20 ( i a, W II, ndni'r Jas Lumen 12." ris nonr.J K Thomas tax a coats 7,10 i ritMfiinl.il S. 51 ncros nonr J 0 llnirtl, tnx nnd costs fi.GG i nlmiii, W 11. Sr., 7f ncros noar II MiikIii tnx nrd costs 5,10 W, 12 ncros nonr Dr. t fuforl, tnx nnd costs 12,00 ll.nry, H N, 1 lot In Mnrlon, tax tnni costs 11,15 Lnnliiiin, Wm It., .'58.i acres nonr M KoKtor, tnx and costs 13,40 I.injC. MrsO J, 112 acres nonr It, KntU, tnx nnd cobU 1,00 .imi, Lewis, .'10 ncros nonr Leo lltiKhAS, tnx nnd costs 0,70 .VIkhW, iMrsCnrrlo, 1 lot In Mar- i, ,ii. tnx nnd costs 2,00 unK, 0 8, 1 lot in Mnrlon, tax imjiI conts. nnrfc.Thos.T, 1 lot In Marion, tax nnd rosts 8,80 SinUii), Joe H, Macros nonr A IIu i;Iim, tnr nnd costs. 5,15 MAKIO.N NO, 2. X.lnmn. Joaojili W, 1 lot in Marion tnx nnd ioats 0,35 Mexamlor, Jobs J, 82 ncros nonr J C Aloxandor, lax and eotts.. 7,70 Itcll, John W, 1 lot in Marion, tax nnd costu 5,75 Vk tun, Thos J, 125 acre nonr Snl lie Mooro, tnx and costs 11,40 (. iirtrr, Thos II, 210 ncros near J V L'nrtor, tnx and costi 22-W inrk, John N, 1 lot in Mnrlon, tnx and costs 10,10 . i.Ut, Frnnuls I, WJ ncros noar Mrs K J Travis, tax and costs... 8,15 i ndtT, Davis K, (X) acres near W II Hughes, tnx nnd costs 0,70 y x. Hunry II, 2 ncros noar Prlnco IV kons, tnx nnd costs 4,05 i i Itobt II, 100 acres noar A Woodoll, tnx and costs 10,15 u.it, J S, 00 acres nonr Obo Hunt tax nnd costs 0,20 lunOImll A, IN) ncros nonr W m .Itnios, tax nnd coste 5,10 .. itius. JoLn It, M7 acres noar J A ! Cormiok, tax and costs 0,40 M nmJIIj, ndnir Mrs FrizEell, 1 i tin Marion, tax and costs..., 8,35 PnriH, (Iw Ii, 40 ncros near I Con Kt tnx and coaUi 7,70 K"!.rtn, Fred 11, I lot In Marlon tnx ntid costs. 0,00 s.bl.orN.n. KE agent E U OtTot, . i ii. Marion, distillery 7.20 .. tor, J O, 10 acres near Jl N Talker 10,40 - i ' ml, Thos u, CO ncros noar J Doboo, tnx and costs... 4,00 - rr. Isaac S D, 18 ncros nerr hnacSpurr, tnx nnd cost 5,70 ' .all, Sam W, Macros near FP ( rayno, tnx nnd costs 0,20 I imnson, Jas A, 110 acres near .1 V Custard, tax and cost 8,7o Tit itnaHon, Jas V, CO acres nonr W S Jones, tnx and cost 10.1K) Ihitnason. Wm II 50 acroa nonr J hn Hill, tax and costs 8,70 I rnv is, Thos 0. 180 ncros near A Q Hunt tax nnd coats 11,75 T drlcy, Hichnrd, 125 ncros nonr W '..'ess, tnx nnd costs 5,10 Hi iton, Chns C, 14:,i ncros ntjnr (J W Perry, tnx and costs 5,70 II wlnnd, Thos It, 111 ncros nonr InoThomnson, tax and costs., 13,20 &&k&XE ritOK. KDWAUD E. MJEW3, M. D., LI. D. Greatest of All Physicians, Eminent Discoverer of PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND Prof. Edward P. IV V , M. 1)., LL. D wa lxnn lii C iiiuicclirut mid graduated at Vale. I lis umwunl I alen' oon lwuglit liim and prominent'. First he was elected to the professorship o( anatomy and surgery in the Vermont I'HverMty. Next he was lecturer in Datlmmiili College. The following year he wat cImimmi to the most important nrofcvtnrMiip in Hie country, a place that lie occupied when he made his (world famed discovery of l'alne's Celery Com- I pound. Iliis infalhlilc curs' for thou: fearful ills ttiet result from nn impaired nervous sytem and impure Mock, lias endeared lire great doctor ito the world. DIAMOND DYEtS COU1U ANYTIUNO ANV COI.OU, ressos, cloaks, suits, ribbons, coats, Bathers, stocking.- evorvthlnrr woarablo, diamond Dyos mako to look lileo now. iVo hare a nrrlnl department of ittlvlro. mill will iuitrer free any iiicllou about dyt'lnu. Oond mino or giMxie wnon poiibie. I fj Direction book and 43 dved aarnple iree. umaivnv A.iia, iiuinu$wut v.. Kowlnnd. Jas J, CO acroa noar T, It Kowland, tax and costs 0,70 nVCL'BDUKO. AdRtm.Wj, 30 ncros near Tom Lnmpboll, tnx nnd costs 4,00 Drooks, D E, 2 acres nonr John utcol,tnx nnd costs 4,05 W ?,J?rAirrtm, 1B acrcs nr WKQlbbs.Jr., tax and costs 5,70 Brasher, JnHT, 02 acros noar Joo MntthowB, tnx and coats 5,70 Ilrown, Mrs S D, 1 lot In Dycus- burtr, tax nnd costs 8,05 Harris, Jno II, 1 lot In I)ycusbur tnx nnd costs 4,00 MonoymnUer, Jno W 25 acres noar Jn Grinith tax and costs 4,05 Myros, Jas W, 40 acres near It Ito- Horn, tnx and costs 4,80 Nichols, Wm A, 10 acres noar liar ry Uonnett, tax and costs 0,20 Porrin, Mrs Eliznboth D,G3 acres nonr O won Bonz.Ux and coata 4,10 Turpln Jns E 100 acres nor Sam Hinkloy, taxandcosta 12,10 Gray, 11 E 100)$ acroa noar J phonoon, tax and costs 8,10 Lynn, J W 113 acres tax coats... 12,50 union mo. 4, Cartor, Mrs N J 200 acres near J II Carter, tax and costs 11,05 Bhreovca Wm II, 01 acres near Ed , Waddall, tax and costs 6,70 O'Hara M O, 2(X acres near Lowts Hroa, tax and costs 32,75 liunrticANK. Honnott, A J, 1 lot in Tolu tax and coats 160.4B Johnson, Geo W lo acres near II L Linn tax and costs 4,45 Myrcs, Thos J 72)6 acres near David Vaughn tax and coata. . . . 0,85 Stallions, W II 10 acres noar J W Station tax and costs 2,85 Swain, Jno L 30 acres near John Koss tax and cots 6,05 Williams, Thos E 100 acres near u E Phillips tax and costs 17,05 Willis, John 12 acres near George Hynrley, tax and costs 3,65 Croft, J J 18 acres 4,45 VOHPS FKltRT HO. 0. Flanary, Richard O 200 acres near D Ii Bargor tax and costs 24,00 ITonsel, Mrs Jenulo 1 lot In Weston taxandcosta 2,85 Holomnn, Wm T 427 acres near Itobt Heath tar andcosta.... 22,05 Lovo, Jno F 215 acres near Mrs. SuHan Barger 6,45 Cook, Harry and Chas 20 acroa neni Joe Hughes tax and costs 3,30 I nrmors, MraUannah 50 acres near J II Hughes tax and costs.... 3,05 riNKr wo. 8. Curnenl. Beni. T 10 acrea near G W Johnson tax and coats 3,00 Easloy, Ellas hotrs 100 acres near J T DoIInvon.tax and costs... 60 Land, Mrs m J 1 lot in BEndf Grovo tax and costs 8,05 McDowoll, Jeeso 4 acres near Shady Grovo tax and costs 0,05 Ncal, Jno T, 27 acroa near A T Doris, tnx and costs 6,50 Ogilby, Wm C 15 acroa near U W Simpson, tax and costs 10.55 Simpson, Mrs PS 118 acrea near A T Dorrla tax and costs 7,70 Stono, Jno T 70 acres near O II Stono tax and costs 7,05 Wilson, A W, 0 acres near Joe ghes tax and costs 3,00 Curry, Sherman, 08 acrea noar J. G Morten tax and costs 0,00 J. W. LAMB, S. O. O. This March 10, 1003. TILLMAN LOVES A NEGRO. Sontitors nro talking about a pasango in tho fire eating ipaeob of Tillman, of Sontb Carolina, in tho sotinto which did not get into the nowspnpors. Right in the mid dlo of his nttaoks on the negro raco ho said: "I want to say to yon and I say it with all the of my nature that I do not hato tho nogro." "I was nursod by a blaok mini-my. I havo on vzy farm in South Carolina today a nogro man of about my own ago, Joe Gibuon, who has boon with me for thirty yoars. Ho has oharge of my keys uud of all I possoaa there in the way of a houso, furniture, horses, carriages and evorything for a farm of two hundred aures, worth somo $12,000 or $15,000. "I trust him implicitly; he can not roau or writo. Me lias got a wifo who is as trustworthy as he is. Later on he said of the proposition of tho African Methodist Bishop Tumor that the negroes should bo induced to go to Afrioa: "How many of them want to go? I do not know, and certainly there is no law to make them go, and oongross can not pass one, "Joo does not want to go my Joo. I do not know whether I belong to Joo or Joe belongs to me. Anyhow, we have lived together for thirty years and we have agreed to live togother till one or both of us dioB, and when I go away, if I go first, I know he will shed as sincere a toar as anybody. I would dio to proteot him from injustice or wrong," Washington Correspondence Philadelphia Record. SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES, By vlrtuo of taxes duo Crlttondon county and John ?. Pickons, O. O. for tho yoore 1808, 1800, 1900 and 1001 amounting to tho sum of 110,15, 1 or ono of my deputies, will on Monday, tho 13th day of April, 1003, botwoon tho hours 10 o'clock n. m., and 3 o'clock p. uj., ni, mo court, nouso uoor in county, Ky., oxposo to PUBLIC SALE, to tho highest bidder, for cash in hand, tho following property (or so much thorcof as may bo nocossary to satisfy tho amount of tho taxes duo aforoenid nnd costs,) towlt: Mnnus, Jno B,, 25 ncres nonr Mrs Hushing, tnxos for 1898... I 4,20 Rsraago, Frod D, 1 lot In Dycus- burg, taxes for 1808 3,80 Smith, Nottor, col. 1 lot in Marion taxes for 1899, 1900, 1001 10,00 Vaughn, R D, 13 acros nonr Jonathan Bolt, taxoa for 1899. 4 50 Cooksoy, Mrb II, 5 acroa noar W L Bonnott, tax for 1000 3,50 Gray, Honry D, 40 acres noar R E Gray In No 2, taxes for 1900... 0,40 Brasher, J T, 00 acres near Bob Gibbs, taxos for 1000 8,25 Beard, W II, 1 lot in Tolu, taxes 'or 1000 , 8,35 Minnor, Jas, 108 acros near Hodgo Murphy, taxos for 1900, 1901 15,10 WIIHs,JohnK, 7 acres near K Lovo, taxes for 1000 3,35 Heath, O O, 50 acrcB nonr Thomas Williams, taxos for 1900. 1001. . 0.00 Saucer. John A, 140 acres near rranu wanaco, taxos lor I0C0 andlDOl 10,10 Miller, Mrs Julia, 1 lot in Marion taxes for 1901 0,75 Thomason, Exr, 135 acres noar Dock Woodall, taxe for 1901.. 0,20 Tucker, Ban P, 1 lot in Marlon, UxosforlOOl 7.35 McPalls, N 0, 31 acros near Flor ence Alvls, for 1001 5.00 Waddol, Richard, 1 lot In Mnrlon laxes ror jtfiu 4,23 JNO.-T. PICKENS, ExS. C. O. This March 10, 1903. HOW WE GO TO SLEEP. This is the way to go to sleep at night: Of all things that protect us from dinger when awake, our eyes are most important, but sleep normally comes with darkness, when sight is usoloss. Therefore, when we sloop tho oyes oloso first of all, and ho sonse of Booing is at rost. Next after, tasto goes. As a man get drowsy tho nervos of taste follow the optio nervo into oblivion. Then tho sonso of smoll goes to sleep. Smell is but a minor protector, and thorofore among the first to dopart. When a man is "half asleep," his sight is gone, hia sense of tasto and smell is gone. Noxt hearing suooumbs, and, last of all, ho losos the sense of touch. The sense of touch, warning us of the closest posaiblo approach of dangor, is most important and stays awako on guard to the vory last, and in many pooplo it is so aoute that it is nevor moro than mere normal, and duo to its im portance is tho very first of our senses to wake up. The sarao gradual loss of powor is observod in tho muscles and sinews. Slumber begins at the feet and slowly Bpreads ;p tho limbs and trunk until it roaohos the brain, when unoonsciousnes3 is complete, tho body is at rest and we are fast asleep, When we awake tho sarao process occurs, but rovorsod. The quickest way to wakon a man is to pinoh him, for tho sonse of touoh acta most quiokly. Tho noxt quickest way is to shout at him; then, but more slowly, he can be awakened by some strong odor. Finally, last ot all, tho sonse of tasto comes back as an awakonor. All these are normal ondings of heal-, thy, refreshing sloop. I I ! I I 1 Makes a Clean Sweep. There's nothing like doing a thing thoroughly. Of all tho Salvos you over heard of, Bucklon's Arnica Salve is tho beat. It swoops away and euros Burn3, Sores, Bruises, Cuta, Boils, Ulcers, Skin Eruptions and Piles. It's only 25c, and guaranteed to givo satisfaction by II K Woods & Co., druggist. AS TO EASTER. Easter this year will bo on April 12. The earliest datos on whioh Easter can possibly fall is Maroh 22, but this has not ocourrod sinoo 1818, and will not again ooour until the year 2000 has been left well behind. The latest day for Easter is April 25, This was tho date in 1880 and will be again in 1912. Besides, in 1903 Easter will fall on April 12 in 19l4, 1925, 1930, and 1998 five times in one IJ3 IDLE THOUGHTS, The man you go around oallinc a crank is usually a lot too busy to botuor tolling what ho thinks 1 nf vnn. "' . I When you aro calling on a girl and kiss her, sho always i rotends that it was pride that made hor not mako any diBturbanoo. Whonovor you seo a girl at a party that nono of tho aro talking to, you can ironera.lv bot she knows how to bake good bread. Walks Without Crutches. I was much alUIctod with sciatica, writes Ed O Nud, lowavlllo, Sedgwick county, Kan., "going about on crutchos and sulToring a deal of pain, I was in duced to try Bnllnrd's Snow Linlmant, which relieved mo. I used threo 50c bottles. It la tho greatost linlmont I over used; havo recommended it to n number of persons, all express themselves as by It. I now walk without crutches, ablo to perform a groat deal of light labor on tho farm." 25c, 50c and $1.00 at Woods &. Co. If somo now minister should oome along proaohing the now that thero aro no miths in heaven, the women would all leave tho ohurohos and go with him. Marriages may bo mado in heaven, but most engagements aro made in the baok parlor with tho gas so low that a follow doesn't really get a square look at what he's taking, Give most men a good listner and most women enough note and they'll tell you all they know. m A Thoughtful Man M. M. Austin, of Winchester, Ind know what to do in the hour of need. Ills wife had such an unusual case of stomach and liver trouble, physicians could not help hor. Ho thought of and triod Dr. King's New Lifo Pill nnd she got rolief at once and was finally cured. Only 25c at Woods tc Co'a drugstore. If you givu some fellows a talent wrapped in a napkin to start with in business, thoy would swap the talont for a gold brick and lose the napkin. Knowing how to be humble is a heap more important than knowing how to be proud. A taotful man can pull the stinger from tho bee without getting stung, J. II. Tynor, general iraplamont dealer of Cavo-in-Rock, III., said: I have used Hill's Specific in nearly all forms of bowel complaints in my children and 1 find it a quick reliof for nearly all complaints peculiar to toothing children. Mr. Tynor hit the koy note whon ho said that for it was especially prepared for theso complaints and thero is no medicine on earth that has aa sure effect in such cases. Price 26c. Beauty is only skin dojp, but that's deep enough to satisfy any reasonable man. Duty moans something unpleasant whioh tho other fellow ought to do. Easiest way to make enemjos is to hiro frionds. Fools will turn out fools whether thoy go to college or not. Hot air can tako up a balloon a long ways but it can't keep it there. A Great Sensation. Thoro was a big sensation In Leosville, Ind., whon W. H. Brown, of that place. who was oxpoctod to die, had his lifo saved by Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption. Ho writes, "I endured insufferable agonies from Asthama, but your New Discovery gave mo immodlato rolief and soon thereafter effected a com ploto euro." Similar cures of Consump tion, Pneumonia, Bronchitis and Grip aro numerous, It's the peerless romody for all throat and lung troubles. Prico 50c and ?I. Guaranteed by Woods & Co,, druggists, Trial bottles froo. WANTED: Several persons of oharaoter and good reputation in eaoh stato (one in this county re quired) to represent and advertise old established wealthy business house of solid finanoial standing. Salary $21.00 weekly with expenses additional, all payable in cash each Wednesday direot from head offices Horse and carriage fur nished when necessary. Refer enoes. Enolose self-addressed envelope. Colonial Co., 334 Dear, ban (St., Chicago. WORLD'S FAIR LINE.-1904 I I! e uouis7 Si. Louis Railway Morning and Night Trains between Louisville and St. Louis. Threo trains daily between Louisville, Owensboro, " Henderson and Evansville. Elegant equipment on all trains. Parlor cars on day trains. Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers on night trains. ' Ask us for rates to any point in the West. Southwoet or Northwest. L. J. Irwin, Gen'l Pass. Agt. a. L. Garrett, T. P. Agt LOUISVILLE, KV WOT AU. BWMV. COLDS IN THE HEAD, SORE THROAT, CROUP, FROST BITES, SORE CHEST, SWJ2LLINOS and all INFLAMMATIONS. Prevents Pneumonia and Pleurisy. IT SOOTHES, BflJ BOO U 4l.OO BOOTLM. EDGAR W. WHITTEMORE, Ubiiiiii. fcrfSP LiiiiiiW biiiiiiiiiM MLsJBffi jm Real- Estate Agency ?ADUCAH REAL ESTATE. VESTERN KENTUCKY FARMS. EASY MONTHLY PAYMENT LOTS FOR INVESTMENT. WESTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE JOURNAL AND PRICE LIST FREE TO EVERYBODY. SEND FOR IT. EDGAR W. WHITTEMOR.E, Paducah. Ky fs :our rfe?V you have headaches, tongue is stipated, bad taste in the mouth not alhof these symptoms, then some of them? It's your lrver. t;ii3ty;'?apswnfni v ; IT HEALS, IT CURES. XT AXJU GOOD DRUaOITfl. .l94rff Your appetite is poor, I vour heart "flutters," sm mkm m m rri H Hj Mr tL H Im " vegetable remedy, H J containing no mineral or J narcotic poisons. It will correct any or all symptoms, make your health, appetite and spirits good. At druggists, SO cents. Robbed the Grave. A startling incldont is narrated by John Oliver of Phaladolphla as follows; "I was in an awful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunkon, tongue coatod, pain continually in back and sides, no appotlto, growing weaker day by day. Threo physicians had given mo up. Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters; to my groat joy, tho first bottle madoadecidod improvement. I con tinued their uso for threo weeks, and am now a well man. I know thoy robbed tho gravo of anothor victim." No ono should fail to try thorn. Only CO cents, guaranteed, at Woods & Co's drugstoro. Confederate Veterans Reunion at New Orleans, La., May 19 to 22. For tho above occasion tho Illinois Contral Railroad will soil tiokets from Evansvillo, Ind., and stations upon thoir southern linos, to Now Orloans, La., and roturn from May 10th to May 21st inclusive, at very low rutos. Tho round trip rate from Evansvillo willo bo $14.90. Hondorsou, Ky., $13,95. Morganfield, Ky., $13,00, Union- town, Ky., $13,05, and low rates from othor stations. Through ooaohes without ohargo. For full information oall upon or address F. R. Wheeler, O. P. & T. A., Evansville, Ind., John A.Soott, A, P, O-i A,, Memphis, Tenn Henderson I coated, bad breath, bowels con t It Meeting of American Medical Ass'n at New Orleans, May 5 to 8, 1903. For tho abovo mooting tho Illinois Central Railroad willsell tickets from May 1st to 4th inolusivo at one fare for tho round trip, return limit ton days from dato of salo, with privilogo of extension of limit to May 80th, by depositing tiokets with Joint Agent on or beforo 12th, and paying fifty oonts. Rato from Evansvillo will bo $17 75. F. R. Wheeler, G.P. & T. A., 120 Main St., Evans illo, Ind. A. H. Aansun, G. P. A., Chicago, III., J. A. Scott, A. G . P. A Tonn. SEED CORN. I havo about 40 bushels of lino whito "Dent corn" for salo at $1,50 por bushel. I planted It last year on tho 28th of May v and although it was a dry season, it yielded 00 bushols to tho aero, and was j fully maturod by tho last, of August. Sond In your orders oarly. 41-4 w Lewis Jolly, Salom, Ky. FARM FOR SALE. 250 acres all under fenco, about 200 in cultivation, about 70 acros bottom. Good timbor. Good six room houso, .'I good food barns. Good orchard. Land will produce good whoat, corn and tobacco. As I want to go west will sell at low price. For terms and other information address J. II. Obidrr, Marion, KTt w iSraHy hi 1 1 , A -X : ! i f w 49 I' ll -M IkV fki w I