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movement is on foot to push the matter along for that it is a good thing everybody knows The matter will be tak ennp In a practical and business like manner ndIf it is found upon investigation that Spring fluid can be supplied with a water works system that will be a good one Mid at a moderate cost it can be safely said that the scheme Is a go No plans have yet been definitely arranged but several suggestions will be acted upon One proposition Is- o put iin a standpipe and pump at St Rose dam about two miles below town and get the water from Cartwrights Creek A hill in the vicinity will give sufficient elevation for the reie volr jind the owners of the mill t that point bays proposed to l help put in the steam power and utilize the same power to operate j their mill thereby lessening the cost to both Mr Simpson Rob erts who is a practical clvilen I gineer has volunteereb his ser vices free of cost and will make i as estimate of the CQiltetc TheI achll1ila goodjone and should be helped alone arid it will sue ceed asTRAiNicp CHAIRS The boys who qo the sochty rounds in 10 iirioqs4hetbickh useful operation by certain young ladies who are in the habIt of re seiviQg calls from bashful yoqpg men They say that either by an ingenious mechanical arrangement or by a series of in- aIlgest gaining the girl have heir rocking chairs fixed so that they will move sidewise wVeu oecuPedby the bashful young man and will invariably move towards the chair occupied by the fair hostess The chairs are regarded as a boon to young ladies who have been afflicted with bashful sweethearts as I is said bvbndlugactuating circle of nearness to his lady love from which it iis about impossible to escape and he proposes if he is not wholly proof agalnstali charms a A BOOM Have you heard about it Its coming a rogu lar boomwater works electric lights saw mills and other things to follow JIbe old town is waking up I tell you and the lnext thing you bear of will be the announcement of a town lot Iste tafthe spring The building boom Is already on and the whole town will be booming be fore long ItTbe gentleman who Indulged in the above was a lit tie excited at the time but I believe be is about half right and tht there wilt be a general wak log up of tbe t inhabitants when the flowers begin to bloom e CHEAP GOODS Buyers at the local dry goods stores during the past few weeks have had a good thing of it by reason of the war in prices which has been raging among the merchants Some standard goods notably Matonvllle cotton was sold as low as seven cents per yard whlce Iis I understand lloss that the original cost to the mer chants This sort of thlng is good for the poor housekeeper but pretty tough pn the flier chants but its a good advertisement especially when It- aounCedtn is t the NEW LED EL No ELECTION 4il dont thplc there will be any election oft Senator at Fraikfor tthis term said W O Reed who has jUbt returned from the scene There will be a desperate effort made om the last day to name some one but I dont think it will be either Hunter or Blackburn Both sides will try some outside man and it maybe possible that someone will get In that way but I hardly think it A NEW PAPER We are to have a new paper In town if the efforts and ambitions of two of Springfields brightest young Misses do not tail and vl trust they wont The new publics tioti is to ha known as the High School Gazette and is to be is sued soon Miss Sbe Ray 13 to be editor in chief and Miss Bes sle Roberts assislant The NEWSLEADER Is anxious to welcome the appe trance of our little contemporary S anD NAMES This town Is af flicted with an odd lot of names forIta streets which appear toI owe their origin to some pecu liarity of locality For Instance Jockey Avenue is where the horse traders congregate on County Court day Railroad street explains itself then there Is Wall Street Doctor Street High Street and Pea Green Ayej flue all named from some llocal peculiarity Two Lifts SaTed Mrm Phoebe Thotnu Junction CityI KM told by her doctors ahaJud conc umption and that there WM no hope for her but two bottle of Dr Kings New Dlscovery completely cuced bor and alo 1UU it saved her life Mr The Ecgors IM Florjda 8fc Ban Francisco suffered from dreadful cold approaching con snmptton tried without result eyegI thlngclso then bought one bottle of i r Kinds ftew Discovery and in two weeks was cured Ho naturally thankful It is such results of which these are sam ples that prove tKe wonderful efficacy of this medicine iu roughs and colds Free trial bottles at Haydon t Robert son Druggists regular size and How to Edit a Country Paper by Farmer Cornshucks would be as appropaiate as an article How to Farm by Editor One Idea The average editor dont know a hoe from a sulky plow nor a corn row from a sweet potato patch He could not take a pair of mules to water without getting tangled in the rope and he couldnt tell the dif Terence between young parsley and gourd vine Neither could the average farmer tell a comma from a haadpress The editor certainly knows whetler he pre ten roasting ears or pumpkins to eat and the farmer knows what kind of newspapers he likes the best yet one is Incepa rable to the existence of the other An dditor would be a possum brained Idiot to quit eat- Ing biscuit because the farmer raised bay likewise the farmer would be a pitiable collection of lunacy to quit a good paper be cause the editor sys something he doesn like EUznbethtown News a Old People Old people who requlrn medicine to regulate the bowels ami ktrtnery will find the true remedy In Electric Bitters This medicine does not stimulate and contains no vrhlakov nor other intoxicant but acts nsa tonic and alterative It acta mildly on the stomach and bowels ddlng strength and Riving tone to the organs thereby aiding Nature in the performance of the functions Electric Bitters Case excellent appetizer and Did digestion Old people find It justex- nnthwhat they need Price 50o per bqt tl nt II aydon it Robertsons Drug Store IlIert is the forcible way an ex change puts it W0oe delinquent sold he would pay us Saturday if ti lived Hes dead Another one said Ill sco you tomorrow Hes blind Another said I hope to go to the devil if I dont pay you this week Hes gone to his ret win d Any tendency to premature baldness ray bo promptly checked by the use of Ayers Hair Visor Dont delay till th scalp U bareand tho hair roots destroyed If you would realizp the beet results begin at once with tula Invaluable prep aration INoUcutocI for sale or cxcbaDRO Inserted Jn this col umn HIKE or cniudn Farmers are ro qontod to und in stock or crop items fbi publication J B Peter Co shipped Monday a carload of cattle and hogs to Louis vine a Tbos W1 Sinuns 8r shipped this week a carload of cattle sheep fend hogs to the Loniavilie niarket C McOhord Robertson the local merchants shipped a earload of orchard grass seed to Cincinnati this week tiPMr Dugan of Danville who baa been buying cavalry horses in this section took eleven good ones from old Washington a S J F Greg ry of thlacounty sold to Monte Fax of Danville forfiimon Weltof Lexington 64 head of cattleI They were shipped from the station here The prediction is made that beforo spring stock hogs will tie scarce and hlgh in price fa this county TheI cholera baa been very fatal in somoI localities and farmers having young shoats coming on have become alarmed and are shipping them toI market some of which will weigh leyI than 100 pounds 0 The first carload of poultry bought uP by Mudd Poterson was shipped rom the station hero Tuesday It contained about 6000 bead of turkey Tecse ducks and chickens and about 3 03 dozen eggs The car goes t Welter A Tuttle of Lindenviller Newj York Another carload or poultry will be bought up by same parties and formers of this county will have z good opportunity to get rid of tbelt surplus fowls t a a A Nebraska horsemangivostbe fol lowing dlroctionffior brMkjng a bal ter puller Take abonttfeetof half inch rope make a small loop on one end pass it around the body of the horse at the girth put the other end of the rope through the loop take up the rope and pasS the end alongside the shoulder and through the ring in the halter and hitch to the manger It will oft n save a good halter and the horse from falling backwards a a Mr W H Hayes who represents the Brown Tobacc WarehoWle inI Washington county had soms wellI pleased customers at theJBrown House Thursday lost Mr J D Kuling sold his crop of i hogsheads 81560 1170 10 and 790 averaging 81129 Mr W N Kuling also sold 4 hogsheads at 818175 1725 1360 and 990 averaging 31485 MJ IN Cntalngers crop of 4 hogsheads brought 816 12 1060 and 790averaging 91135 Farmers Home Journal a a a The horse sale of Woodard ShankI Un at Lexington mst week was large y attended but sales were slow The following are the horses which sold for 8200 and over Dorfmark 220 b 11 by AUandorf dam Jessie BIsmark Dan Tumey faris 8460 Asbby V 219 34 b m 6 by Vatican dam Wilkes Bird 0 0 Hargie Texas 8200 May Night b m4byDark night M Bowerman 8200 Polk Wood b g 6 by Onward 0 0 Harris Lexing ton 82104 a S L H Hudson of Danville is now delivering to Oapt J B Aleehire As sistant Quartermaster U S A and Inspector H D McKinney ninety head of horses which he contracted to furnish the Government for cavalry purposes The price Mr Hnddon is to receive is private but as he has paid about an average of 8130 a head for his stock his contract should amount to nearly 816000 He bought these horses in Boyle Bourbon Washington and Nelson counties principally This ia the second lot of cavalry stock re cently procured in this neighborhood Copt Aleshire having bought about 810000 worth on a former visit and the War Department ia now odyer Using In this section for proposals for eighty head more a Total receipts of tobacco in the Louisville market during January were 14309 hhds against 18138 hhds for January of last year The sales bbdleagabiflt 20441 hhds for January 1895 Rejections for the month were 4202 hhds against 8981 hhds for Janujuy of lost year Of the total salesduring January 14680 hhds were Burley and 2949 hbda dark tobacco Stocks held January81 were 19013 hhds against 18034 lhdL held at correspondfag date last year The percentage of rejections during last month was 29 e 10cent against 22 per cent for January oflast yeaj Indicating that the mar ket this y ar h s not been so Bstisfao tory to sellers as it wai In Jaauary t taG f jji t OUR CORRESPONDENTS BLINCOE From Our Regular Cjranpc ndent farIbetween this season the one on Saturday and Sunday wiis not an unwelcome visitor though labor- suspended for a short period Sickness seems to prevail gener ally iin our section at preiintt A great many old people are victims of Ila grippe and pneumonia Meters Richard Burnett and SJid Berry of Vine Grove visited relatives here and at Holy Cms last week Mrs Harriet Wheatley one of our most respected old lad is at this writing very ill Mr Wheat ley his been confined tof her home the greater part of the fall and winter witha broken arm and her present attack makes tier illness serious Mr Jack BjenforJand family t moved to Louisville last week where they intend locating They h vettl resided ip our midst for many years and it needless to say they leoII ure many success friends anxious for their futhI John U Berry Holy Crossspent I Friday night with his parents The friends of Mr Joe Berry ana wire who left Ifor California a fewi months back will be pleased i learn tha they have at Jastllocated in Texas haying been unable to find a position in the former state Mrs Louise Grant who hu beent very low for seyeral days is now convalescent t rMraround selling tombstones lasttt Thursday MrJ Wi CtmbrOtt pnt San f dayiwith WHliomSFiliatrcau Mrs Josephine Corbett went to i SpringfiVd on basiaew Monday i Messrs JJ Il ntgomeryind Willipm ODaniel were In our sec j tion buying crttle Saturday Mr Clay Bealraenr accompanied j by his niece Miss Catherine Newton passed through her Sunday enroute to her home in Maricn ctunty VILETTB VKLLEY HILL From Our Regular Correspondent As u1Mackt is in your town on business he requests me to act as correspondent ip his place this week which 1 will attempt to do in my plain feeble way Mr John Pohn of Beecbland paid a flying visit to our little town j a few dayssineIi C L Grnndy was in Harrods bur last week Mire Kate Hundley was in Louis grille last Thursday Mrs E 0 Walker wa- sr visiting j friends at Pleasant Grove astC week The many friend of W U Janes will be glad to learn that ho has i about recovered from a lengthy pellof typhoid foyer The ntprning express killed a fine mare for John Grundy and one for Thomas Clarks n and three very fine sheep last week Greeory Bros shipped a carload of fine heavy cattle from here to Now York last Monday lOTrI SHKRPSUILLE Prom Oarfl 11U Coreposdntj- In conformity with my promise made sometime ago I will send you the few news items I have been able to gather Snow snd slush tbo delight of tIe small boy and the horrpr of the nice housekeepers are with us in all their glory Oscar Tathum of Polin iis vlsiJ lug friendirtnd relatives near her Mra Sarah Hayes is visititrg her sick mother Mrs Mahala Brown near Polin On Thursday W Graham wa called to the bedside of his sister rMrsWm Case near Mackville On his return he reported henbet ter but stillt very lo Mr Locinda Colvin aged 57 died silkS retideice ef acr isa ttwo J 1 i Th miles south 61 Williirburg on the gd mat aud was Buried at Mf Freedom on the 4th Janice Brown is soiling his prop erty preparatory to removing to Illinois where be will make his future Borne Rev Advtns filled his regular appointmnt at Mr Freedom flap tint Church Sunday fii Downey Jbst Nb 122 G A R propose celebrating Washing tons birthday at Fraedom school house on the 22d inst A trad has been consumatedia our village amounting tq omething over 810oOO by which Gabriel Eeigbdfy gets a twothirds inter eat in the flouring grist and sew mill tore room blacksmith shop dwelling house and 8 acres of land And our jolty miller W SYGoodlet gets Mr Keightleys farm near Polin at 824 per acre We taker pleasure in commonaing Mr Qoodletto the favorable consIders ion of the citizens of Polin and vicinity as we have found him to be a good citizen and an upright Mr Ketghtley his lived ere before and we ae glad to have him with Us agaltu If anyone thinks ill the pceple of this part of tit county or with out energy or push I can relate an incident that will dispel all such il alone Monday sight or rather Tuesday morning a l oclockl ara Jai Gardner and Jet McMillen started to Louisville to sell their tobacco Arriving there at 8 sta they found their tobaeco had net- eached tho house where they ia fended to sell They hastened Ho the depot had it brought up pikt on the breaks sold got their money for it which I ant sorry to say wn very little started for home rriv ing at 1080 pm having been gone 22 hours and 30 minutes I notice the Senatorial contest ib still going on at Frankfoft 1 take pride in my Republicanism hut good Republican as I am I would neyer vOte for Dr Huntr if1 were a member of the legiaUtar until he made public his views on the silver question simply from the fact that the eople have a right to know what his sentiments are on this important question CoLvnr BEECHLAND From our Recalar CorreSpondent Mr G be Keightley has traded his farm for a two thirds interest in the Sharpsvillo mill Mr Dock Cummins of Louis yule will in the near futnr move fa the firm of T J Trent near PolinMr Tingle de3 of pneBmonia on the 5thaftera very short ill ness Mr Laeien Gregory was in Lox ngton a few days last eeion bus r iness Misses Core and Mittie Vans deli visited In your town tho last of the week We are ilIad to say bj tbo good attendon of Dr Smock Mrs Johr Ruby is improving rapidly Mr Dick Gardner of Harrods burg was the guest of Jno RublB few days Ilast week JBC JKThey have some great hogs In Pinc viUe or a man on tho Cumberland Ooarier with a moat fertile brain for hog lthq he tolls about an old sow that broko Into a meathonae and says She ate two twenfyflve pound cans of prepared palnt pone green and the other blue Sbe wetting her appetite ihdevoured a hlChffagpi Hand this mak ing Jt an ow ebi ate a large pair of I irbanks platform scales upon which w6 preeame ae In tnded to weigh all she ate she tet- nrnedheattantinto25 ipoundj w oap grease and Is thought to have tugpickevening before and not having beet seen since Then like Alexaiider the Great finding no more worlds to co2 qnershe started to WaY bathaVBC managed to faatea the door by w kh gbQ came la she proe 4a4 teWerol 5 or wsetheboeeds Ia sdso 4 artIstic mr + Jfflr i d 4i4oi Yia4v loI y Am t rId g if zaT rIfM eEaYearJ SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY xsc3udis ZIhiIiIuIItbMU4IuuI1kSFta I a4c LJy t l l 1 1AM cI miaferta iDsvpISIyI kj tssaesl tiaiuUisS Ilii6trsaqtdlsjs t I PV4tsae2ua1bsa5 V H caahwb4Ma4 iIftTci wtit lThftaothIaiba1skllk i5beInaOiiireboesshss i MbebaIckrblW a bwliaSsSesiodr sM 1y eW1cMMot kw I I 1fUJ IH 1spasti K5I5 It Wbenee tke IntOOOa4deretI the large quantity of Ivory tta prted aansally Jt ia sot stirprfcHaffti5it t those Interested In It licmWtUJajt r become sotaeybftta zioQC nVodfc fa term Happttea Jim antiwrlty upon Indlaa matters soertfew yearfcaek was particularly stack 1by this ttxra ht and wrotet dIS repctedthat Xug7aadacme lri3portal90CtOOtf potroda pi itory to obtain whWi tftOOO O1OIk3fl15sL 1To to be anatollyjrijted and ttl fworlds supply asnaty It baa teadeaVi tfcriaieaV aecttrftafe 100050 Ibeiaif annvJlt slsughtered nsisyely be assumed that If this rub if daftrrjction ponttauoa a ooeapara 7 tivBry few yiara will anfloe toutermtsakjtlia African apaoiea Qte1 piantn9 lT1o r mpti fortn tq1tlptt the world at large quite Incorrect Aa a matter offactv our fcoporits bv erago About tie aaao yean by fyear j bot there fa iVery iiaporlantfcotor LY Ivbiob the Indian attlhrlty just quoted has 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IndbedIenoetotheoomnMMidsotbd s i olaqnp to the pit who saad vith4en a j r 5 thnsiasm ior the tMeropeit fWb her the him Boetoa Herald azlieaarnl rnbwshewairoWng RbCAYy rraoug t a the basement hajl wk djpeof lie i i boarders pasee ker tWhat hive OJIt1totctADnJet vl OOJi 2Tho1 er3t24 The hash barret1 k 1JjT Grwat Boott I Jraaw won B ilot of it Wt I didnt tbftak slw M bought it by the barwLHBt7 iYork Bocordevk v ffK ic A a tjtI i Tcrurrsaa4 t In ordOrto uT Mid diJalpfoofc 4 I the air of sand faeioriwa Ger v tM wi i w1 tf ifmaQed Op rkoptredIiotorthose4eeoent byan r 0olectrie wrreBt jrorffokroo the wIru art pssse beekward enttor rtc ward eMIt 1geeLasIatsapiod ez rangednponafraswhilsinLio t f J tory a special iforga of apparatus lav employed in the ofci ay to c1fo- cthedepoaitlonofeobe 7t rftV L5sWNsP it V Jr ia bise1e lsDr i smi o t j 14F thriTook a cab i5g a4 Ieir ii i bMcf lieldtipft 4 UIr4cIgeit m v i e kim tO oeats a thea oIa J M11oJaie fRss r iDssgrsea ff i Itttie IWpap sod sV ifroefaii im great eaes is wai ISTPS 4 dkeapeseirsej frismuIp J Wldll es aI sos aguiflabIsp T fbreaks it AMak at Kiy Ixt 2a1 obn L uJI1 AltMLmM it Ksy4t4 4q ltJaeII r t j IBM foU 9+ JN VP W6i v ti i H a elI tr il fe7 sar sr i s 1DGftI II tt I t M t I Ir 1L ltIIoIti wa 1M r i 1iie tiIi itt I f r r X A i jj ff 7 h J j jt i f 1 jTHE NEWQ LEADERJ Jwr tHE NEWS LEADER J k THURSDAY F 513 1196 t f iL r bA VION JIt LouiVJJXE bis secured tfib flIi 96 tneetfor theL ague ofAmeri can Wheelmen ioheLeglslatur1f e l t 4 Is nowt more than half over and i Ii lt liasd3nenotbi it and that iis Jiir only hal there f tospy bel i it oth rtbY wont do tinY hi6g i not even elect 8 sjinalor J I J iIL THE Frankfort 6a p ni a rejf marks hat tspp epf the neglected Reptibllca aai Jher abouts f fttapfr tpenJto tKemiTi T rsanxe might f r esni fs moLher v here v 77i r atJouts that we nowS+ i r Eti T folksl do at Frankoor- t enYv i vl f gaged in the Sen Morabjcontest- thatPtheyt have 2 rgqttento balll i rfor a look at tnos books pont forgst ahe boo l a geatlemer- e Ii s ha o a loo yU mean s tTHB Lebanon Nevts we FalconEcitj 1is a gos51jp MyvA s frqmvthe Nfijvfe JB DER of l Week about tobr ceo ctfts oiita- v i + O man name anc pulUslie3the aslfY a local We l r0yon Ibis time hut dolt do it again brothers fort yc ti dp wo W JDt JTre you any mor v LEB ANcltf trdjpi rty blderis a j i waking up aii4 j 1lkicking about iin ty hey claim that If In they town n a el1firev to- k o hi orBanirze a boaieInsnrarictI company We are with you Righbors and y a irW6tihe lJYtowll t4f1t t nffere from ezhbrbitant insnr ancfifates f v THmottl new feature in the SebatDi al fight it Frankfort that three Republicans desert Hunter Tuesday and notedttor- i ontsiders Blackl urn about holds bis own bat do j nQt show any gain iiiiatrI ngth trThe llatestjandc nineteenthriballot was a follows Hunter62 Jac kbuinJ 61 scat 1er1ngi i WB1vrbtennp a man whoser T name we did no mentfon how jpyer last week as being deal saving that hp as supposed to t have died from a wound received i while avmembef f the mob thatj I killed Beyers a id Mrs West t We now wisbjp apologize TS youn plan we blmindis now in the Lebanon gall alive and charged ihhe crime His name is LeeB1e add he was IJ Jk rested in Indbna and brougtit back WeJDesda 4 SiNCELsurlpjt Jissue the offices r of the NEWSLI USER have been moved l toJ11e t lird story ol th 2 brick building overjhe Louisville WeSjqoTi fF i lent and b te upPed coaiitry newspaperpffice mtheStateImp- rbvementsln l th way df press fF t and pew typV ave also been made and werpi opose to gins to f our readers froiz now on apapqr in which Wflih repreSei oneof ourion cherished am bilionsndbfi fft blchwbhopp to jna eyt Asrwerfkasou4sely 09j r proud tosBer grateful to this good peopba of this comrcunity of the words ifencourag nitnemac ha for ttoi th e tow of eifcherpfi gedaHy the lafc ler 7 it r i tr Moo IfIL Esv a Fromoar Coiresp3cFini s an1i i9 reeP o ndentso i i j7 to oar Worthco nt1pl1pJfjweex ft itad ks tithe enbrbnsh i i f zt =1Pr V Editor Mr compliments although wp dojipt flatter ourself that any vrera dtte in guy direction but as oils oftjie number itfl return thanks with beswlshesand luck to the zPLerjtYfRathe s NESV A B Hundley and sister Miss Kajg itfjjnded the tunerai ofvDr J w Baylor ttShelbyvilb Snd Vldoyr j H Bvifopre and wife are in Frankfort Mrs Ohio Eddleman after a pleasant vim jwith her parents hap rot 1Qtlttp her dome at Bards town peter ijlUtowlI made a flying triiKto Bloomfieid Monday Sir Lee Bojjlett one ol our wide awqke young men loft ton Illinois last week to try his fortune in that faVored State Po J Tobin of iingfeldvisit odhispareattrpere Sunday P A Lv onneJSr was In Springfield Monday Wm yreeno is naf tbis writing MrBvJ6hn Spider is on the sick list John Snider aid son made a busi lucsdnylMr Thos Weakley hasUet the cantrnet for a modern dwelling on railroad dvenu I 4JrW S Goqde has had his hack ter agou remodeled and iis ndw r ady to handle everything in the produce line Gregsf i t ory one lot of stock hogs at 40 Cholera is still playing have with the hog industry in this sec lion hardly a farmer escaping Thjs disease ciuses annually the 103s AI thot sands of dollars to our farmers Althjough oar last efforts in this line succeeded only in reaching hoprerethis man escape a like fate ECHO MA EVILLE From Our Regular Correspondent 1T JGraves has been in Cincin nsion buuinpss Jlor the past few days Miss Malvina Wscoff after a bhort Tjsit with ulntJYEB in Oakland City Ind will return tb her home at thia lace a few days fsMrs J Derr has been the Liaredrodshurg slash Sunday last rMrsLq Peter visited her husband a US Revenue dfficer eta tioned at Bardstown for several daya last week j Miss Ads Parks of PerryvilleJ pined asohool at this place on the 3d insti Miss Ada was success fully engaged in the public schaol work here during the past year Those bavin ff children to educate cannot do after than to patronize her The many friends of Mr Milton Sweettex will be glad to know thet he is now able to be among the again hurehediY the 18th inst offer at auction on her farm near this town tier stock personal property etc- DIEDOn Sunday last at his home several miles from this place Mr Brazil iaerot Interment tQlli the following day at a family bury InK ground on the A G Foster farm Mr Parrot was an aged and respected citizen and many sin cerely mourn his loss- e MIss Mary Stalhngs of Eastt Texas opened a private school at tho laiblic scool building hers on Monday last Miss Stallings is will known us an instructor by our people rncingsOf car Sweeney allowed his horse tto run against the spate ofa spring t wagon running same several inches beingaanimal run a few yards and dropped dead Tho condition of Mrs W M Case who has been seriously ill for corn necks is thought to bo tlightly iim1 proyodetthia wrating 1El er J1young of Lextnfiiii trill preach afthe Christian church Eldertg een pastor church only a lew weeks but his interestingand instructive sermon and his general dispositioirbid fair to make hiDe the most popular mtnister that we have had m our midsc for many a day LENOBB Subscribe for your county paper itbtjlyalisIsADFRr it should be i home rdevery J t f f cLOSS OF VOSCE After Acute Bronchitis USINGt M YERS Cherry Pectoral 1 A PREACHERS EXPERiENCE Three months ago I took a vie lent cold which resulted in an attack of acute bronchitis I put jnysclf under medical treatment and at the end of two months was no better I found it very difficult tqpreac- hand concluded to try Ayers Cherry Pectoral The first bottle gave me great relief the second which I am now taking has relieved me almost entirely of all unpleasant symptoms and I feel sure that one or twq bot tIes more will effect u permanent cure To all ministers suffering from throat troubles Irecommend Ayers Cherry PectoralE M BIUWLEY D D Dist Secretary Am Bapt Publication Society Petersburg Va Ayes Cherry Pectoral GOt MEDAL AT THE WORLDS FAIR S pot to lie Endured The little man with the crinkly brown besrdwas inn badlybattered condition Can on direct me to a hospital ho Asked of the man who was 6tauding on tho corner Been in fight asked the other as ho save him the direction I have avenged ou insult sira shameful Insult IVon look Wheres tho other fol Hoa around the corner Railing for an amb1 once Bo insulted me Iwas walling along about my own business offensiveinnitWhat didihe say ilEa a Jted Jme 6 cut him halt a pound of fine cut chewing tobagcdoff my whisk era Bpjfalo Express A Suljititate Mrs Nowwod just from tho market flndIany got ooo of the loveliest canvasback horns you ever sawrTo Date Car fnl of Ills Feellngi Charley dear said young Mrs Tucker very gently itwas kind and thoughtful of yon and I appreciate it ever so much but n lOan should never hismwife to wear What do you mean ho asked in surprise faromoand she hold nf half a dozen red poker chips I fdund them on tho man telpiece in your room and Ikuew of roars that you had brought them home for wet IyyoucUlt use them can yon iNq But I appreciate your thocght fulncss just the same Ton got them at a bargain didnt you Uwyes Yell you wero cheated I dont lice bow anybody who makes buttons could have been ro silly as to forget to half in tho holes that the hrend goes through whetl you sew thenon And Charley said ho would take them right buck and exchange thomWab 1tngtouStor Sydney Smith Rctnrt When a friend once mefSyduoy Smith at Brighton where he had gone to re dace himself by choose of certain baths ho was struck with tho decrease of Smiths size and said You are certainlythiDnertbllnwhen I saw you last t Yes rcnJrnTthe witty divine II have beeiHrcro only ten days but they have scraped enough off me already to 1make a curate Argonaut The Actors Demand Now as to the salary Fifty per cent iis what shall ex epact IWhat Fifty per cent of tho gross whuy1onmor J Oh IJndjannpolis Journal rReanamHo Yon secured to be very much ef fected by tho1 play SheYes It was that homelike scent that upset mo When tho woman sat down on the Sour barrel and began to peel onions it was realistio I was moved to tearsNew York World reCoTered FoggThat last scene In trIO first act wasnwfnljy startling It actually took my breath away naFogg6o that waswhat yon event out fc r1 1 notice you pars got it again =Bostcu Transcript J j1 1iI1ir C t c MqGILL IreaI Fio1ISd BUILDING MATERIAL Fertilizer Royal Cement Wall Plaster Plaster of Paris Cement Lime Salt Mooring Shingles Lathes Doors Sash Blinds etc The weighing of Live Stock solicited Highest Cash price paid for I lool Hides and aU Binds of Grain andl r FicidSeods llIOffice and Warerooms Doctor and Railroad Streets JJ M BURTON DEN JIAYDOS Br JJI MBurton 4Co BEN HAYDON Sr Manager illdertakerr andd FUllOral Directors Coffins Caskets Burial Robes Of all Kinds l FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered aIl promptly night or day 7 The Cervices of an EXPERIENCED Das E1V1BALbiERa graduate from a school off embalmifag have been engaged r VJ M BURTON CO Hogan DI c1Springf ld Ky i Patronize Home Industry BRING YOUR BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS NOTE UE4DS- ENVELOPES I INVITATIONS and Everything in th Printing Line to u We will do the wort quickly neatly an IN THE LATESTY STYLE yI I mUE lrEurSLS= EIDEP Ft j I SEE t Ti JJc t F f M2ZARDWARE t j = li t tt ri L i STOVESJTCI TINW RJ n i ilB rSEE OUR NEW LINE OFI1p rB sell s Called Ply hoeultio valors and Bro 1 Buckeye and Meyers ce Eum z Tin Roofing and Guttering A Sp ciajbj t Bee oar STEEL RANGES aiidgetoufpftce rn Sheriffs Sale FOR TJ XES On the 24th day of Feb1896 j l The same being County Court PJ J X will iir r tor sale at that Ioart Hmuo door iin Sprinprtcjd Ki to the biKhcat LltUJertbo forowltiKtJTHCta ofJantii o li l lXeajandlngton OountyJy from the person ht whose name Bald lands are lifted lor taxbaforthe yeafaand amountsset op namefA C Kimba11107 acres land Distil ct No 10 years 18989485 8O82 balance 1 CnATcnorrSW0wBj Df8n QUAINT SALEM1 1 Town Which EztrfeMMb lBdlTl4arf Um of arl7 New Btglkad The Very name BalertjMs ontin of its chnjaotor as well in soundi in signification How diiferontly dogs its measurodcndenooslr1Jtet- hoe1jwh bow much moro of dlgni ty oomfQrt tranqnillity than t ot its brisk neighbor Lynn vrjloso warp monosyllable causes ova an fiiadvortont shook as tho taakoindn aunonnpes these two contrasted sis ter cities to tho traveler itpon tP6 toldofi tbgptioity than belongs to most of the stories attached to him tbnJ coming into Salem from Boston ono frIopdWhatupyanr quiet street A little dog going over to Lynn to bark Tho adjective which is often eai used of Salem is conservative IfItis well applied Her very appear ance is expressivenot of decay bnt of conservatism Her old buildings and dWOUtng3 ore not loft to disuse and ruin Fir from it They wo tenanted with as much complacency WiffluentaJid indeed there are nottiiifi you o6co t tho criterion of thosu who say that tho beSt hQuso is the ono that has bden longest lived in la truth many of tho old houses oharuibehatygenerous fireplaces too often wall ed In wido hallways bandsoma staircases old fashioned plate and china antiqne furniture and inter ostinjj brieu bran brought Jiome from distant lands oomblno tolond many of thoso old residences a raro attractiveness In others arq to bo found signs of ago of a different kind snob as low ceilings narrow stairways uneven floors diminqtiva oQvirtue they all possess the beanti cal and tho ugly alike and that is avrtAinlsY expres lion of the individualism of early Now England Ihan in tho diversities in JBnoo imd conafraction of the dwellings pf this old Puritan city Frbnta pf ijOQO difforentde iasdf scrip iqns hip roots curb roofs gabhi roofs shed roofs windows pfi all sizes sad shapes doorways of diverse types many of them quito artistic chimneys thatpf ten look as If they W lrotho original strnp hires and lifie housed hint round them iter1omofequa1dlvorsl- ty amuso as well aaintoreat fiioso who have not boon aocnstomed to tbeseold dwellings from tfeeir grputtu apThorn is a dral pf ptotaresquoness about them as Veil as a doal of disl tertian And homeliness much nil it1 was doubtless with the humanity which built tbem Bostqn Tran siCrl txITSSJ 0 t f Fee e Ei= ff sto-t i l i Vvlfc c If ypuspayiiDw you rasa f get your County Paper lm a lf 7t NELSS t 4 i EJtD i f tOReO II EYEA e 1 t J 1 a rw k W p1IiJ irltoapnfcJ Jl ait 0l1 F i Nq t atpS j- i iit N iifc 1r rS V 3It3 Ji ri1JN f IT13a I1IiBi J N 1lAiS St 1iv tI l A y I ORIG1NA I1TyE PrxTT11rti i 1 JLi Wi l7 7 1 1 t PJ Aridat Irides p qsibleTjlf toriai every household Hal us with your dollar and we will givC yO e r L paper fwjiich Washington Coon ilb1 proUQ r t 7 tif tA v d I o FO j7t 5 We will lend y uTtKp 5 NB LEADER and the r i c tV7i te Uwee C QM gE r j tjkweeYlItonevyear jjJ Vf c u iIlti1dSe tit1Ii J 1 inYour inoneyto L tr LIJYI8ON fl itd 1 iltlii J r tr 7 TTTFTTI 11T1 i i i l t dC f It 4 2 THE pJEWSLADRM 411E EESLE WER UJLiWhSI f R dd AT r 4 SPRiNGFIELD RY 1 I iiMt 0 pinYiAH if PAID I Gold Fllllnss 4SLBO f 1Id Alloy W4 Amalgam 50 White 60 gf4 4U3 oDpNnoNiER oi the PaWleEtracti of the Teeth 11i f ii iDENTIST deA9DSTDWNK TEETH I 5b XTRCT ED A wiTHOU PNBT tlo use ol Vitalized AJr Gai 3 hnd new method of my b irn Trhic laveB no bad affeeta s Artifiil teethif different Tde8ftkdpriCep i PLLoflfl fittirig Jtoeth nay bt tightenod at Einairexpens t J Bydsfe work and cr wning i l spiftialt i t l jFjrstilasss worktt fu Prices reas mable For the r68 m1w Il be in Spnngfield tbrttW Incsday Thuwdftj and Friday of eat hmonth and longer if work is plen y OEcc ojror HaydqnRul ertsona- drBgotore with Dr Cooper v Mait oie628 Fourth venue a LothcilleKy DR R R ILDER t mt JF RiNER RTIf i FICS HOURS x to 4 pm f Tueodaya and Satundays t sRIGil5 KE U1KY OR JBR GOO ft Offlc oTerHaydoiiiloberU g drug Qro Min St SPRINGHELp KY 1 RiJ M BUR ON f r tPENTIST VTEETtf EXTRACTED C WITHOUT PAINt t btvaTUgan Block over 1ansflehI ASopastorc JT SPRtNGF1ELD I Y- WNNYS Sl1LOONt OCiF OREENB PROP I I Ex1uir feat of tJio iindfli Yellow toue Whiskey 1PUETE BRAN11IB91 WINES I IICtGARS apBACCO r = h 2 ol 1 1 6 Kly iercial eft Raadsl3 r this Paper 5TI Jriiua nmndlnp jiij in a HUbscrlptioo t t IIVO13UO y ar omp nled f ezalab ibscilption price J MtIi 0 YkTKiORB wilt bo rent free I W r 1aO rVcflpy of tiier 1 wicly OAr mocMIaJrg- J t Ued wW noJreJ1 w t ht1 troP ta 8klf nso1 COllect i L 6110rt5 j g L 8 UT TOWN Sfooe aJ the LatxIayiHa Store Low cahprioes Pretfhilsh everjriruesday and Friday ntJ A ShaderB Cunnlgbniuncpn will sell you a beautiful fierby Hat for 8125 Goto Thompson Clements for IIyoU netting AllKinds and grades all good WrnnAopy of the NEWS LEADBK of the 4te of Dec 19 1895 Leave atthis office Go to Cunningham and Duncans and see their stock of Percales Drees Ginghams and wash goods Circuit Court begins one week from next Monday which day will also be our County CourtDay Attorney I H Thurman has moved bis office into the front rooms over Haydon Robertsons drugstore J Walter Brown haa for sale cotton seed meal and cotton seed hulls Fine rood for stock It is cheap Try it Wanted to buy nice fresh butter al 15Yi er poundS3 A BHADEB TheNEW LEAD R8 new quarters are in the Opera House Third floor over Louisville Store gome and see us Laundry sent with Walter Leach man leavesWednesday morning and returns Friday Shirts 7c collars and- wfs1 each j Walter Drown wita to buy wheat Highest market price paid If you have any bring it in and turn it into money 1Tnnngosiiline of Vantine goods in china 1andJmisa these bargainsB WaIterLeachinan WIt at the following prices Shirts 7c cbllara and cuffs Ic WANTED White wow to po housework for a family of two no washing Apply to R P Edelon or- t this once Qood wpged Ounningham Duncan have a stock of 10000 rolls of paper in aU the late combinations which they are offering at very low prices Mudd Peterson will have another poultry car here bra few days and will offer good prices for your chick ens turkeys geesoand ducks Marks EcElroy have their new saW mill up and in full operation Their advertisement in another collnmn will tell you what they can do ForLentwe keep mackerel whiteC fishf beans codfish fresh fish dried fruits canned goods sterJ A SHADER For Laundry go to Walter Leachc man where you can get the following low rates Shirts 7c collars and miffs Jo each Satisfaction guaranteed Just received a carload of seed po tatoes which I will sell this season much lower than ever before ThO1 Stock is fine Early Ohio Rose Bur banks Rural and Hobron J A SHADER STRAYED On my farm about No1 vember one yellow jersey steer about twoyearsqld The owner can have same by paying for this advertisement and for keeping the samp t H M 6NAM Springfield Ky Having removed to the house formerly occupied by Ed M Russell op posite the Springfield Hotel I will be glad to have my friends and custo mers call as I am better prepared ampleooIftJ A SHADER r Edgar Moore alias Jessie Jameo Who was doing time on the town rock pile bepame weary of such a monotonous existence and with a boldness that would have done credit to the originalJessie James broke his chains and made a quiet break for liberty And he never came back The 0 L 8 C meets with Mrs Ella Lee McElroy on Monday evening Fob 17 The following will be the pro gramme Initial studies in American Letters Some fir t steps in Human progress Book review the Vicar of Wakefleld A geographical study Japan Table talk Clara Barton Char acter study Emerson A talk the ef fect of Hawthorns early life on the character of his writings Recitation Whitcome Riley Miss Ella Craycroft We cordially Invite all who are inter J ested in the Chautauqua Detective George Hunter of Bards tpwn hall arrested Lee Boyle a young j man Who is known in this county and who disappeared shertly after the WestrDevera tragedy bvwln Marion county The man was captured linkOhPb1O and he was arrested OJ aH1ge of murder ho boon iodicted ly the lato Grand J1t t14JlQi2a s haying ioon implicated iiriitid mobbing of Jevera hud MrYi J 1 i i West Hunter took his man to Leba nbn yesterday morning but the au thorities there decided to send him back to Louisville to the jail for the present We have been unable atthe hour of going to press to learn any further particulars concerning the arrest or the character of proof against the accused One of our local physicians who wpstaEen before the Grand Jury at Lebanon last week was compelled to testify to a circumstance which might throw some light on the mob mystery He paid that on the night of tho mobbing of the two people that he was called from his bed at this placo and asked to accompany some men to a certain house about half way between Lebanon and Springfield to attend a man who had been wounded This the doctor did and the house was pointed out and the woUndedman found The doctor says that he did not discover the identity of the man but that he dressed the wound which was a shot in the shoulder He says that he could not recognize the men who came for him ae they were disguised Mr and Mrs G L Haydon enter tained the O W C at progressive euchre on last c8day evening in a hqndsome manner The contest forI the ladies prize resulted in a tie be tween Misses Willye Knott and Lottie Leachman being won by Miss Leach man in the draw Mr G C Wharton won the gentlemans prize and Bliss Fanye Simms the consolation Those present were Mr and Mrs C J Hay don Mrs G D Robertson and Misses Lizzie and Lottie Loachman Bertha Haydon H ttie Hamilton Mattie Robertson Fanye Simms Julia Cry croft Ellen Wathen Flora Mudd Willye Knott and Messrs J H Edo rl D B Craycroft E G Boyden G Cand G L Wharton J R and F B Noe J S Clements J B Robertson H Browne R H Mulligan and L Cain PERSONAL MIs Rice Thurman was in Louis villa yesterday Mr W K Robertson has returned from a business trip East Mrs I H Thurpian was in Louis ville the first of theajoek J 0 MoElroy maps a b business trip to Louisville last Friday HRThpmp8on and WO RecdJ were in Lebanon Tuesday night Miss Mayme Lofris of Bardstown who has been the guest of Mrs Dr Ray has returned home J J McCabe who is now lion the road spent a couple of days here last week with his familyr Misses Mag Thompson Jennie Oraycroftand Laura McObord went to Louisville to attend the IrvinTer y performance Mr H LHarrison returned Monday from Paris where he had been called by the sad ihtellfgence of the death of his mother J B Ensor a popular young man of Mclntire paid us a call yesterday and added his name to the NEWS LEADERS rapidly growing subscrip tion list + MrA B Hundley and Miss Kate Hundley were called to Shelbyville Saturday lat to attend the funeral of their brotherinlaw Dr J W Taylor Dr Taylor was one of the most promi nant citizens of Shelbyville and his death which was very sudden was quite a sad shock to bis family and the entire community DIED On Sunday February 8tb at the home of his son W A Waters in Springfield Alexander VVrters in the 60th year ofr his ago The deceased was a lifetime resident of this county and had many friends He had been an in valid for a vear and bis demise was not unexpected He leaves a wife and four children His children are W A Henry John and Sallie Waters The funerall took place from the Baptist church Monday morning the daceasod being a member of that church All Free Those who have Used Dr KIrIFs New Discovery know Its value and those wb have not have now tho opportunity to try it Free Call on tho advertised druggist and get a trial bottle free Send your name ansi audrcwi to H E fiucklen A Co Chicago and get a sample box of Dr Kings Now Life Pills Froa as well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor Free all of which is guaranteed to dq you good and vost you nothing For sale by llaydon tcJoinrt son Druggists s Lightning Hot Dropstt j What a Funny Namel gVery True but It Kills All parrJ ySold Evorywhore Every Day Without Relief There Is No Pc I ts 1 THB louisvine 810I ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST of1IelJsbrand that we can sell you from 50 to 75ctJ less per pair than the same goods can be bought for at any other place Every pail warranted to be as represented to you Come and see them only tho latest style toes For the Ladies We will offer this week a fine Custom Made Shoe special price foIthis week only S25Q f THE LATEST OUT tadifis 20th Century Shoe Only 1 dozen pfiir of them onlyS275not in stock fipr 400 and no less Dont Iniy any School or Childrens Shoes unti you see and price what we have Try a little ofour Shoe Polish Gilt Edge or Waterproof Boston Polish the best for Winter use your shoes stay dry with it on You need Rubber goods for the kind of weather we have at this writing we are Headquarters fair Mackintoshes and Rubber Footwear We have two or three Buggy Rugs left and a few pair of Blankets which we willI close out a great bargain everydayCottons Ginghams Prints Embroiderys and White Goods all the latest things out ours is the store for you to buy your goods we sell goods for less thanothers because we buy cheaper Ladies Jail at our store this weqk for one of Butterick Fashion Sheets which we disiribute Free of Charge Patterns ordered on short notice without additional costs Visit the LOUISVILLE STORE It will pay you to do so You will save from 25 to 35 per qeat on every purchase SPRINGFIELD SAW AND PLANING MILL MARKS McBLROY Props MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN All kinds of Rough and Dre3sed Lumber Lathes Mouldings Cas ings Frames Sash Doors Blinds Tobacco Hogsheads Cypress Shingles Acme Cement Plaster etc Bill Stufc cuo order on Short Notice Highest Cash Price paid for all kinds of Logs Call and see us and get prices Office and Yard Jockey Avenue Between Main ana Railroad- FiiCEWh pay to ooo a rod for fono whan duoanrnakeths IB WOVE WIRE FEHC ARTh FOR 13 TO 20 CENT8A RODIhigh bull strong plat and chloUetv tight A man end boycon rhakn from 4O to stylesIltuotreted IlT8ELAt BROTHERS- RIdgovIIIe1 Indinna PLYMOUTH ROOKS Exctusiv9xIhave pullets for Bale at a reaeonablo price A180 eggs in egason Mae H M ONAN Springfield Ky Threw Away Jib Canes Mr D Wllov oxpostmotpr Black Crfetk N Y was so badly afllletodwttn- rhamatism that ho was only able to hob qle around with canes and even then it caused hint great palo Aftef using ChamberlaIns Pain Balm he was so much improved that he throw away his canes lie says this liniment did him more good than all other medicines and treatment put together For salo at 50o per bottle i POULTRY WANTED We will ship another car load of poulty about the First of March for which we will pay the highest prices in Cash as before Hold your poultry for us Our agents will call on you and ad vise what days we will receive poultry at Springfield Texas and Bookers Station 4t MUDD PETERSON Ramon Nerve and Bone OH cures Rheumatism Cuts Sores Burns anti Bruises for c S BROWNS IRON BITTERS inIgesf1onnlI1otane33DySPvPla rfa Ncrvov fiw and Debility 1bytl oafs recpramcnU It All dealers sell It Genuine Jkwt xW iMrk woecd jcl wxrayjX 9 1 rThe littlo daughter of Mr Fred Web liar HOlland Mass Iuul avery bad cold and cough which ho lied nor eon ablp to cure with anything itcavo him a bot tin of Chamberlains Cough Remedy says W P HoUlen merchant an4 post maator at West Hrhnilold and trnKncxt time I saw him ho salt it worked like fcharm This remedy Is intended for settLe throat and lung diseases ad colds croup and whooping cough and It is for its euros There is no danger it danger fn giving it to childien for it contains nothing Injurious Out people are growing moronnd more in the habit of looking to us fOr tint latest and best of everything in tho drag line They sell Chamberlains Cough Remedy famous for cures of bad colds croup and whooping cough When in need of such a inoUicino give tbls remedy a trial and you will bo more than pleased with the result a Ayers Cherry Pcctoial koown by Its works Tho experience of half a cnntnry r proves that no other preparation of tIe kind stops coughing and allays Irritation qf tho throat and bronchial tubes 80 promptly and effectually as this Ramons Uver Pills 6 Tonic Pellets are a Perfect Treatment for Conitipation and Biliousness One pill a dose Unllko most proprietary tncuicincs tho formulnp of ln J CAyers 8aztapit nun and EiTher dreparatiobs aro cheof fully sdntjlo any physician who applies for them Hencp thoBpccial hvdzin ordcfl theso well known atanaiiSrnpa djos by the Worlds FalrCoinralsaJoneia j k Jl jS jTIrThot 7 aS J j nnIRioE If Tl8 i iJ iiJjj- l iAlf BE SEJEtf vfetlBY A Tflr f L l t MqCHORD Ro ERf JN r JJi 1 rJ lIrT thulBesttryInghehaenootbOfmakeGjCorsetsTrf oils of ou 49h0OOBBT OOBBTWe i White Drab Black TheSe roods nra etJual to any ccut marketWTii ARE CLOSING OUT onr WINT R1JmERivEAR i j CLOAks and VERCOATS StamOSVEALFPRII t i r Just received a new stock LACE CtJRTAlNSIrornQcthdi per pair t JUST RECell p 1 r NelSprinElGOod oVrI t f t We are ow prepared to show the Iiargdt and Most Elegantl sf S line of the following goods ever shown In Itiistown v7W iJf v Percales 7c 8ic lOc and 12c 33 iitIndia Linen ic lOc i2c ahtfp i vjfc vCord Piques 15c20c and upa J Ti V Striped and Checked Dimity Ifo i8clSOc aLl up S v i i Dotted Swiss 15c 20c And up r CM v Curtain Swiss 20 to Soc per yard rt r J1i fP i x Laca Curtains 50c pair r1 j a ff A New Line of EMBRO1DERftgtL Z fCONSISTIXR OF I 4 rV Jaconet Colored Jaconet NaTnsook t Colored KairiHQot Swiss 3olorev5 s Swiss These gOois I1re cheaper and thorevariedandatacti 3 r4 than we have ever shown t t q Ou stock ofTztbe kln8Tow flnever r v t Linens and IJapkins are greatsPricearthe Lowest j tr Jt Vr V 42a f LJJ r1 I We Arw AlwayaHeadquaVteTS tDt vi a v I i 5 4t vi f 1 cv fWALT PAPER vt rho f JtJfe i i rt J A i4r Vv Our stok Ill 1iger tbis Spring than It hs cver1eetiSSCOrneRUd1eYthe neW delinsand CQmbbailon j r i12o J CARPEtS i y t v1 We ore jot receiving our tbclr ofOarpes1tugsMttings1CurttIi iPoles Shades etc Take a look at theforobuyJtgS 1J AT 1rv HATS v r t7 w Wo have open Ad up 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Uier uth Motb od vary In tbe Booties wben a traokhcfmakostciarefaI 1rrierperienoe boiallkoly todeoido tbat be halniloat no gtizaUes and g6 oa about his bnalnoas Probably tbe iooet OBbqcamon ray of boar catch bag 7biob is pursued tegularly is thaiwhicb Is in voffuo among the Chuckchee Indiana in tho Kamobat Ian peninsnla Tbo captain of a balorwbo had gone ashore at Oln farsk to trade and had investigated tbo CJbxiokohoe method of bear kill ing told this story abont it tvhon be got back to civilization recently hTho Kamchatkan bear Is a huge brown fellow often woigbug over 1000 pounds and Bo is very fero clona ojjd hard to kflL Snob an ani mal is inyalnorable to the small darts which are tL0 Cbuokobeea missile weapons and it is necessary to cripple him beforo closing in with spears These bears Inhabit ground wbiob id covered with denso thick ets through vrbiob they have paths and 1ways The rpnxvays are im penetrabio to man zcept bo crawl on hands and knees To circumvent the boor the Chuckchee takes twa pieces of board About 6 inches long and 3 inches wide through which h bores numerous holes Through taielbolea in each piece ho puts long irataailft frith thehr Domtaflbarpen ed Then placing 1B9 backs of the pieoeiaof the wood together be ash as themwith thongs thus leaving the abarp nda of the nails proJect- ing on eaoh side l This curious im plement of hunting be lays in the runway where the bear tracks are thickest lightly covering it from view alODghisnearly a square foot of surface and almost to a certainty be plants one fore paw upon the nails which pene tro to and hurt him Rising upon Jbls hind legs be raises thepaw to which the boards are fastened by the nails looks at it and seeking the thing that has hurt him he strikea at it With bis other paw to knock it cff thereby driving the nails from the sidelie hits into that paw Thorough ly angry be now hauls off and strikes with the first paw that was pierced and tbenaila again penetrate thai Bo be goes on striking with ono PaW and the other driving the nails deeper and deeper into the flesh until exhausted with pain and rage te sinks to the ground Bis paws are now so sore that he cannot travel for and as far as lie goes ho leaves a trtil of blood behind him tMsobvering this the Indians follow him up and with their spears dia patohrhim New York sun rMaatulli BaMla The flopr is either the bore earth or that covered with some straw the walls arewhitewashed The gene appearance is that of cleanli ness In one corner of the room a small lamp is suspended betorq the iobn a picture of Christ or tK Vir gin Mary A largo stove takes up onequarter of the room If there is more than one room in the hut the Btoyo is built through the partition wall so as to heat the other room as well The stovo is also whitewashed and fed with straw It is full of little pigeonholes into which articles can be put to bo warmed and dried From it a platform of wood stand ing about 2 12 feet above the floor extends to the opposite wall on this the peasant sloops at night Thus half of the available space of the room is taken up Clothes hang from theroot Bound the Wall runs a shelf on which among other things ore tbo dork brown heavy loaves Of rye bread which the peasants cat The appear ance and size of those loaves are that of a ouriingBtone minus the handle Bound thaeoond half of the room runs tt bench close to tho wall sera pulously Iean which is utilized for sitting on and for washing It is at the same distance from the door as tho platform above mentioned which it eventually joins But more inter eating thanthe peasant butare ita in habitant Blackwoods Magazine Paper Bees Shoo heels made of papr pulp are nmtmg the latest improvements in the shoe line Tire palp is made from white pine and similar woods It is digested in proper tanks then mixed with glue tar litharge alcohol and other necessary ingredients After standing for a short time the pulp ia rolled into beets and placod on roll ers and pressed to the proper thick ness Tho sheet iilt then plncod upon rttabloand the hpelsof the shape do eirod are stamped out 100 at a time Now York Ledger tbe Price of Poem Sbo Its a perfect poem that supper place Iknt itP HeYc3 indeed Oh the wfld chared they madol Plok He tip Tno mind is foun1 most acute and most uneasy in tho morning Un easiness is indeed a species of so gacity apassivosngacity Fools are never uneasy Goethe For several cpntures an infusion of nutgails treated with sulphate of iron coapospd the only bJowtfink Color blindaasaor tbo filigbtoet defloieacr to bearing isisuffldoat to txclaat a iaai frofa flip army t WISH JVmth wbcnrdle I pray thee loUt bo In autamni when across the eplky farte I11roromeiInU toncbed with Cane th btech with rntaet And oet tho fallow field and purple The torUncs cream whllo owollovru put to tAnd woolly xntet hang light on wood and wold Now whvnno sound heard Unices it were earthWhtleaJrSweetmirth Ii feJ1WbfreDrlqLondon Spectator FALSE DAWN No Man will ever know the exact truth of this stray though women may whisper it to one mother after a danoo when they are putting up their hair for the night and comparing lists of vic tims A man of course cannot assist at these functions So the tnle must be told from the outside in the rk11wrong llever praise a eister to a sister in the hope of your compliments reaching the proper ears and so preparing the way for you later on Sisters are women first and sisters afterward and you will find that you do yourself barm Sau xnarez Efaew this when he made up bis mind to propose to the elder Miss Cop lejgh Saumarez was a strange man with few merits so far as moo could see though he was popular with women and carried enough conceit to stock a vice roys council and leave a little over for the commander in chiefs staff He was ft civilian Very many women took an interest in Saumarez perhaps because his manner to them was offensive If you hit a pony over the nose at the out set of your acquaintance he may not love you but he will take adeep inter est in your movements ever afterward The elder Miss Copleigh was nice plump winning and pretty The young er was not so pretty and from men dis regarding the hint set forth above her style was repellent IUd unattractive Both girls bad practically the same fig ure and there was a strong likeness be tween them in look and voice though no ono could doubt for an instant which was the nicer of the two Sanmorez made up his mind aa soon aa they qame into the station from Be bar to marry the cider one At least we all made sure that be would which cornea to tUd same thing She was two and twenty and he was 33 with pay and allowances of nearly 1400 rupees a month So the match as we arranged it was in every way a good one San marez was his name and summary was his nature as a man once said Having drafted his resolution he formed a se lect committee of one to sit upon it and resolved to take his time In our un pleasant slang the Copleigh girls hunt ed in couplesthat is to say you codld do nothing with ono without the otljar They were very loving sisters but their mutual affection was some times inconvenient Saumarez held the balance hair true between them and node but himself could have said to which side bis heart inclined though every one guessed He rode with them a good deal and danced with them but he never succeeded in detaching them rom each other for any length of time Women said that the two girls kept together through deep mistrust each fearing that the other would steal a march on her But that has nothing to do with a man Saumarez was silent for good or bad and us busiueaalikely tentive as he could be having due re gard to his work and his polo Beyond doubt both girls were fond of him As the hot weather drew nearer and Sanmarea made no sign women said that you could see their trouble in the eyes of the girls that they were looking strained anxious and irritable Yen are quite blind in these matters unless they have mote of the woman than the man in their composition in which case it does not matter what they say or think I maintain it was the hot April days that took the color out of the Copleigh girls cheeks They should have been pent to the bills early No one man or woman feels an angel when the hot weather is approaching The younger Bister grew more cynical not to say acidIn her ways and the winuingnees of the elder wore thin There waa more effort in it Now the station wherein all these things happened was though not a little one off the linn of rail and suffered through want of attention There were no gardens or bands or amusements worth speaking of and it was nearly a days jonrney tocome into Lahore for a dance People were grateful for small things to Interest thom About the beginning of May and just before the final exodus of hill goers when the weather waa very hot and there were not more than 30 people in the station Sapmaroz gave a nioonligbt riding picnio at an old tomb six miles away near the bed of the river It was a Noahs ark picnic and there was be the usual arrangement of q milo intervals between each couple toI account of the dust Six couples altogether including chaperons Moon light picnics are useful just at the very end of the season before all the girls away to the hUla They lead to goI standings and should bo encouraged by girlslookcase once But that is another story That picnic waa called the great pop picnic because every one knew Sani mares would propose then to the eldest Misa Copleigh and besides his affair there was another which might possibly come to happiness The social atmos pbero waa heavily charged and wanted clearingt We met at the parade ground at 10 The night waa fearfully hot The horses antthlngWClJi own dark houses When we moved off under the full moon we were four couples one triplet Hr Saumarez rode With tbe Gopleigh girls and loitered at the tail of the procession wondering with whom Saumarez would ride home Everyone was happy and contented but we all felt that things were going to happen We rode al6wly and it waa oearly midnight before we reached the old tomb facing the ruined tank in the decayed gardens whore wewero going totat and drink tWill late in coming top ahd before I went into tne garden I saw that the horizon to the north car rieda faint dun colored feather But one would have thanked me for spoil Jnf go well managed ah entertainment tail tlcnic and a dust storm teore ot l inogreathann We gathered by the tank Someone had brought out a banj6 which is a most sentimental instrument and tnreo augbtway stations aVe ery few Indeed Theri we talked In groups or together lying under the trees with the sun baked dropping their petals on our feet supper was ready It was a beautiful supper as cold and as iced ayon could wish and wevtaid long over it wDlgtowlnghotter notice it until the moon went out and burning hot wind began lashing the orange trees with a sound like the noise of the sea Before we knew where we were the dqst storm taa on us and everything was roaring whirling dark ness Thq supper table was blown bodi ly into the tank We were afraid of staying anywhere near the old tomb for fear it might be blown down So we felt our way to the orange trees where the horses were picketed and waited for littIelightYOUftacosand from the bed of the river that filled boots and pockets and drifted down nooks and coated eyebrows and mustaches It was ono of the worst dust storms of the year We were all huddled ttogether close to the trembling hones with the thunder chattering overhead and the lightning spurting like water from a sluice all ways At once There was no danKer of course unless the horses broke loose I was standing with my head down wind and my hands over my mouth hearing the trees thrashing each other I could not see wHo was next me till the flashes came Then I found that I packed near Saumarez and the elder Miss Copleigh with my own horse just in front of me I recognized the elder Miso Copleigh because she had a pagri round her helmet and the younger had not All the elec mybodUnglin8fromBhoota and tingles before rain It was a grand storm The wind seemed to be picking up the earth and pitching it to leeward in great heaps and the heISt bent up from the ground Ute the hoot of the day of judgment The storm lulled slightly after the dcsplSlrlngUttleitself quietly and softly as if some lost soul wore flying about with the wind Oh my God Then the younger Miss sayfugI want to gb homo I want to go home Take me home I thought that the lightning and the black darkness had frightened her I said there was no danger but she mmst wait tiU the storm blew over She an swered It is not that It is not that Qwayfromf said that she could not go till the light came but I felt her brush past me and go away It was too dark to see where Then tho hole sky was split open with one tremendous flash as if the end of the world were coming pud all the women shrieked Almost directly after this I felt a mans hand on my shoulder and heard Saumarez bellowing in my ear Through the rattling of the trees and howling of the wind I did not catch his words at once but at last I heard him say proposed to the wrong one What shall I d01h Saumarez bad no occasion to make this confidence to me I was never a friend of his qor am I now but I fancy neither of us WIll ourself justt then He was shaking as he stood with excitement and I waa feeling queer all over with the electricity I could not think of anything to say except More fool yon for proposing In a dust storm But I did not see how that would im provo the mistake ted Wheres EdithEdntCopleigM Edith was the young er sister I answered out of my astonish ment What do you want with her Would you believe it for the next two minutes be and I were shouting at each other like maniacs he vowing that it Was the younger sister he had meant to propose to all along and I tolling him till my throat was hoarse that be must have made a mistake I cant account for this except again by the fact that we were neither of us ounelres Every thing seamed to me like a bad dream tram the stamping of the horses in the darkness to Saumarez telling me the story of his loving Edith Copleigh since the first He was still clawing my shoul del and begging me to tell him where Edith Copblgh was when another lull came and brought light with it and wo saw the dust cloud forming on the plain in front of us So we knqjv the worst was over The moon was low down and thCre was just like the glimmer of the false dawn that comes about an bout before the real ono But the light wai very faint and the dun cloud roared like bulL I wondered where Edith Cop WQt1d04iDgI darkness aqd moved toward Saumarez who was standing by meI heard the girl whisper George apd slide het arm through the arm thatwas not claw iug my shoulder and I saw that look otj her face which only comes once or twice in a lifetime when a woman is perfect ly happy and the air is full of trumpets and gorgeous colored tire and the earth turns into cloud because she loveand is loved at the same time I saw Sau marezs face as be heard Maud Cop leigha voice and l60 yards away from the clump of orange trebs I saw a brown holland habit getting upon a horse It must have been my state of over excitement tthat made me quick to meddle with what did not concern me Saumarez was moving off to the habit but I pushed him back and said Stop here and explain Ill fetch her back And I ran out to get at my own horseI I had a perfectly unnecessary notion that everything must bo done decently and in order and that Saumarezs first care was to wipo tho happy look out of Maud Copleigh a face All the time I was linking up the curb chain I wondered how be would do it Icantered after Edith Copleigh think ing to bring her bock slowly on 80moJ pretense or another But she galloped away as soon as she saw me and I waif forced to ride aftef her in earnest ShE Gga1t two or three tirqes but my business WAI l tocalch her first and argue later Thiv ride justfiited in with the rest of the evil hrgajo Fv1bad II now and again we rushed IhrougTriue whlrlingchoklng dust devils in the skirts of the flying storm There was a burning hot wind blowing that brought up a stench of stale brick kilns with it and through tb6 half light and tough plamrataUonIQt setIburnedtever In cold blood I should never have dreamed of going over such a country at night but it seemed quite right and natural with the lightning crackling ftheed and she bent forward and lashed her horse and the aftermath of the dust storm came up and caught us both and drove us downward like pieces of paper buttheroar of the wind and the race of the blood rod moon through tne yellow mist seemed to have gone on for years and years and I was literally drenched with wOnt from my helmet to my gaiters When the gray stumbled recovered him self and drew up dead lame Hy brute was tised up altogether Edith Copleigh plMteredwlthdnather Why cant you let me alone she said I only wanted to ROt away and go home Ob please let me go You have got to come back with me Miss Copleigb Saumarez has something to say to you II It was a foolish way of putting it but I hardly knew Miss Coploigh and though I was playing providence at the cost of my horse I could pot ten her ns many words what Saumares had told me I thought he could do that better himself AU her pretense about being tired and wanting to go iiome broke down and she rocked herself to and fro in the saddle as she sobbed and the wind blew her black hair to leeward I am not going to repeat what she mid because she Will utterly unitrnng cynfca1HlaUtter stranger to her trying to tell her that Saumarez toTed her and sbeiwas to camp back and hear him saYIiOI be lieve I made myself understood for she gathered thn gray together and made him hobble somehow and we set off forth tomb while the Etorm went thun bigdroPIJthat she had been standing close to Sau mares When ho proposed to her sister and had wanted to go home to cry in peace as an English girll should She dabbed her eyes with her pocket hand kerchief as we went along and babbled to me out of sheer lightness of heart and hysteria That was perfectly un natural and yet it seemed all right at the time and in the place AH the world was only the two Ooplelgh girls 8au lightInSi this misguided world eoemed td4ie in my hands When we returned to the tomb iin tfie deep dead stillness that followed the storm the dawn was just breaking and nobody had gone away They were waiting for our return umnrn most of alL Hisfaee was white and As Miss Copleigh and I limped up be came forward to meet us and when be helped her down fijom her saddle he kissed her before all the picnic 14 was like a in a theater and the like dWlJBunder the crango trees clamping their hands as if they were witching a play at Saumarezs choice Ineverknew any thing so unEnglish in my life goIlook for us andwould I be good enough to ride homo with Maud Dbpleigh Noth tfng would siTe me greater pleasure I said So we formed up six couples in aIl and went back By two Saumares walking at the side of Edith Copleigb who was riding his bone The air was cleared and little by lit tie as the sun rose I felt we were all mopping book again into ordinary mOD and women and that the great pup picnio was a thing altogether apart and out of the world never to happen again It bad gone with the dnsttorm and the tingle of the hot air I felt tired and limp and a good deal ashamed of myself as I went in for a bath and some sleep There is a wamans version of thf story but it will never be written un less Maud Copleigh cares to tgRudyard Kipling Db SabtrCllp Loot here Hopkins yon raid you were going to Now York on legal bud coHand you went and got married II Well isnt getting married legal business Chicago Reeaxd Flftv cents In vested inabottleof Neat Laxative ot onco may save alnng Ulnttra and along doctors LIU ItIt effocta do not purge or cripo and then produce worse constipation but aids 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