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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, March 12, 1896. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1896 new1896031201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, March 12, 1896. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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JSZTlbJO RamuelR 641334- Ml 10 25 Dcatsvlllo 6453 60 INKKIO CnnoSciiJR 5 93VO Hobbs 6531405 8 Olf PJi2 i Clearmontu 4 5i 9 42Earetatown Jcs 80 4i4ayU She bord 1lte 4 111ubrsw 71015 4 27jSouth Pnrk 4 Ifl SSO nSoutMxtulHvillsl 760 5 65 I f 15iIUvjLo lsvlll6 Ae 8 C5 Q 10 f r1 =f mf BJt ni4lntO cr r1I Y1 e IdaD T T c I eI t1 f ii i iJ Ik 3 4 01q ti tIL 1b fFIE NEWS= LEADEIL I tCOUNTY DpSTCURCIqo faun tLOs ANITDS OF GOSSIP TRUE BILL As The lastljrand fury wsc m for being composoa of men of unusual intelligence and stand log in the community and in fact the jury did br ak the rec ord in the finding of indictments Below is gleta true copy of an indictment returned as a true bill by the grand jury Uommon wealth of Kentucky AGAINST The county road from Mayes Creek to Cross Roads Washiogton ir uit court Feb ruary Term A D 1896 The Grand Jury of the Cunty of Washington in the name and bye authority of the Common wealth of Kentucky accuse The County road from Mayes Creek the Cross Roads of the of- uie of becoming in bad repair ad unsafe for public travel IA mrn1tte1 in mauunerancFtormi follows towit The said taouDtyCross Roads in the said county ot Washington beforo thAse ffindingof the indictment herein d uulawCulI willfully and maml scciouslycoonl end did allow the gates to beTI forme very bad to open and shut r id when tie overseers at tenth seoneatwhoever he may beX might haye teoughtas joking contrary to the form- the Statute in such made ani provided and casesEH peace and dignity cf the p Commonwealth of KeDtuc VtIto The indictment was drawn up y Com mo n w e a 1t hs At his torney Sw ecev from minks banded him and from which that official Declared be could inter pret nothing but that it was the wish of the grand jury to indict road itself The Commonca wealths attorney however has h- iroised to request the Court to x thebaijat a reasonable surefo nd in case the Defendant cannot execute bail with good and ap proved security the Sheriff isth directed to arrest the Defendant the and delver said De fond aut tcus tne jailer of this Washington T- ounty to be by him safely kept until Court in course when the efendantshAll Cw without being put in far of mobviolenco have fair and impartial trial by a Jury of its paers tI UItVEYnDA volunteer corpsI he l sIesurveyorsunder r fcoi uoocris a lew oays ago urvceyed the route of the pro posed pipe line from tit Ros am to town whioh 5s suggested as a par of our water works The distance is ju 1i ini cost of tbe proposed system and s a number of influential citi 4 eos have interested themselves in tbe scheme it is probable t that soon some definite plan will be laid out THE COUNTRY GiRLWhy Is I Iittown boys seem to show such preference for the young lady of he farm over her city cousins 1 i I dont see why it should be thus S but so it appears if you will justt Ueey your eye on some of thIeq young lads whom may be seen jf almost any Sunday blowing i nii itwo thirds of their weeks salar for the hire of a horse and buggy to drive eight or ten miles out iuto the country to call on some i pretty Miss down on the farm It may be that the farm is tome of tho attraction for I dont think there can be any great dtf i ference between the personal charms of the country girl at her less Javored cousin of ti town Bytbew y they tell a good one on a couple of joung town boys wbo made a log trip to th tbecountry eother Sunday afternbon Their destination wasohom8 of a certain very I t I attiacUva Young lady several i 11 + thbarrived in due time and were re welcbinedccthorn with all that warmth oftl hospitality for which Kentucky farmers are noted The young a mjen of course wanted to see tbe l giIm or were tooI Ifo b Ishtul to ask for her and so tbpthe price of hogs to the old man When after a couple of hours stay and the joung fellows sa started to leave tba old man in ci dently remarked that darter was over to one of the neighbors andVs time she was bomek But thty were gone likewise the bor ehire and tollmoney ed SPECIAL COURsESome oIthe grown up boys wn havo been suspected of king a special course at the Bijjb School by tome of the ob rvan neighbors The boys everyJboL house always in good mpany but without books heir lessons are evidently short soon after books are called e young men ore invariably en returning to town What th ones specialty is probably aoma of the school gids could lh IQ SLEEVES An exchangetsays that a url states that big sleeves are be taken in and that it means that a man can now get through rooms when his wife and daughters are a borne without flattening himself against the walls ant humbling his pride against the barebeiird Jt means that when be goes to tbe play hen iif he is lucky and is not bend d bat see almost wholes ens It means that his bills r dry goods will fall away about half It means that when there are women in the house ere will be a discontinuance rustling and whisking that to announce their presence he news is refreshing for more reasons than the foregoing The agwili be relieved of his sup posed task of getting off his weekly gag and the poDr fellow who carries in his memory a picture ot the old time bustle will not now be forced to murmur as gazes 01 the womans shodd r Nvt dead but gone aside t RRBB We have made arrangements lor a limited number ot ycnr ly suWniitions to the iLADIESi I HOME a IDEAL v y An illustrated monthly mapa zine published at Chicago and 3 containing Stories Sketches and evorything5nterostmgfor K For each now subscriber toi g the Nfo VSLBADSU who pays One Dollar Gush in advance g ve will send tIlls magazine to any address AiisdLpTELY1- ItEE 3 f Onrjiuniber is limited and t first come first served I Address communications R1eLtbrPAY18bM JR TUBL1SIIER vt r Alt last winter Mr Geb A Mills of ebannn Conn badlvalBicted with rheumatism At times it vus so severe that ho could not stand upriglu but was drawn over on one side I tried relIofIont romedlcH without receiving he says until about six months ago a bottlo of Chamberlains P JIHalm After using it for thee daysmj rheumutiam was gone dad has not urned since WITH OUR FI1RMER8f Noticesstock seed or grain wanted or r sale or exchange inserted In this cot umn rnxB or Farmers are roU quested to send In stock or crop items for ublicatloo J ii Walker this county has forte 200 trtShels black seed oatsI t it x J B Peter Co shipped three carloads of stock to the Eouiavllle mar F- et Monday tt t A Madison aounty man has invert a machine for catching flies off the backs of cattle Some good wellbred young horses weresoldat McChord McLaughlin Bale at Jow prices t t I Mudd iPeterson ae still buying 1 ponltryand their car will be at thep station here until the last of the week X cMrrecently by dogs has three more old- s leepkffledandthe dogs still flourish tttt-w t H Yancey Springfield has for sale or for a good work mule a nice fourryearold black mare f James Harlan has returned from Raymond Miss aays the Danville Advocate where ho sold a lot of Scot Hepsaysot t Notwithstandng reporta made by tobacco warehouses tho Louisville market is unsatisfactory to SeUeas several farmers from this county have j realized to their sorrow recently A prominent raiser sold his crop inST 1Lonlsvlllehim 8125 less than he had been of f red for the same crop at homeh IIIA carload of live poultry will be shipped from tha place on the 12th inst the largest of the kind ever made from Lebanon or probably anjr Central Kentucky town Mudd Peterson a Bpringflo firm are engineering the movement and through their agents aro buying up all tho poultry they can got In this section Lebanon Enterprise t Tharo was an average crowdin town last Monday County Court day Very little hock on the market No hogs or Bhoata A few medium yearling calves brought 810 per head Milch cows in demand at 826 to 840 Mules and horses were in muh demand than last Court day Several changed Lo hands and ready cash seemed more available Lebanon Enterprise IIht This was lucky for Kentucky Anb Exchange says Several carloads of horses that started from Oregon for Kentucky were stopped at Shoshono Idaho by the owners and the horsesii were taken from the cars and sold at 60 cents apiece This was more pro fitftblo than to pay tho heavy freight bill with what tho horses would hays brought in Kentucky The chances are that kind of horses would not have l broughtover 50 cents apiece in Ken buckyt A Louisville tobacco warehouse writes of tho market this week We are pleased tQflay that the market this week showed some im provemontover what it has been for f the past three or four weaks and all grades of tobacco are in our estima ttion slightly stronger with tho excop tion of very common low grades A great Joal of the tobacco that to be- Ing offered is opening up in soft orde which of course hurts the sale to some extentrgood and medium leaf both seem in strong demand at prices rang- Ing from one dollar to two dollars higher than they were throe weekI since while lugs and tips are also higher Tho manufacturers are nIl on the market and at the present time g there considerable buying by reT marI8 g LtIwill be a good timo to ship1 h Neats Laxative is not a cure nil jf you break your leg Neats Laxative Vlll q not pot it together again but U you aro R broke in hcnlth and pocket 50c in not much to pay for a bottloof NentB faxa tlvo whfcli uovcr r ib tdfatecoOld1pal 4 tion ailments o i i POIL JY l t i 41btc1so4 Cta JronI Jrou fjj All rA fealen oirrkxxtmaed keep IL sun lOr a QR CORRESPONDED WILLISBURGs From our tegular Corrcipondent G W Mesritt has returned to his homo in Indiana after a long unlI peasant stay V Mrs Annie Burton has returned rom Louisville Mr Will Stevenson and wife of Anderson cjuntv are visiting Mr istt i Mrs Will Lowe i visiting her father in Msckville Erastus Brown has returned from Mississippi Mr Barr of Anderson county has moved to this place also Mr iney of your town Miss Hester Ross is teaching a music class at this place Mija Fay Sutherland coramsnced her subscription school last Ion day J Dr Will Hiatt hns located at this place where he win vpmptica his profession He graduated at the Kentucky School of Medicine inii 890andreceivedtho highest hon ra of his claea HJdhe 27th There aie eight applicants for our FreoSchoolwe are expecting twenty W M aiffi JA B Seay left Mon day for Louisville to purchasetheii stool of dry goqds t fr- The8W Club met ttMissFay Suth tt J ntQIefldiledattbe Jbr2eli 1 chifrCh fthis Paeies Sandayeyeung fi Our town is dn nrbbom We Trill soon hare five stows atths place ftpopulation la increasing japidjy The citizens are going o haTrfa fi HVIITrustees will build a mew tfchddl ouse thw summer with sevferal roum1 we arp going to bojeoneioE the best schools m theNcoanfy this year D b BOOKER i lIFronrOnrRcgularCorrcspondentJ Mr Louis I1am ton lxs oliorell of Mr Barbers farm this yoiir We feel proud to have such aa cn w jretic gentleman in our midst Misses Mattieand Nora pucker spent Monday with their brother Mi J W Tucker near Mooros c villeMessrs Ham Charlie Sheehan j Willie Virgin arid Mrs Secwmakcr iipcnt Sunday with Mr and MrS Troutman Miss Anna Center has returnee rl ome from Sringfieldacconpanied y her little cousin t Mils lialie Ctoake begins a spring school Monaay She iis an inpustrious young ladyand we all wish you success llallie This is lovely weather for wcrk t farmers are busy plowing house keepers are busy attending to their j little chickens how innocent and- eautiful the little creature looky as they hop about obeying their mothers cluck Misses Myrtle Virgin and Onao Troutman spont Saturday night ia with their aunt Mrs Shewmakor IIoTsEYI POLIN pFromT J Trent ison the sick list this week Dr Marahall of Chaplin was over to seo Mr John Caseys daughter Sunday who is very sick t Miss Lula Crdw is on thoU sick tikt Mr Porter of Chaplin rra over afPolin Saturday Ilt r Pat L e wi 4 died morning 10 oclock at his home nenr Polin Ho leaves a yrife nnd four little children to mourn bis loss their loss was higain hediedI very hapyy in the Lord jibya11 was A kind and loving husband and father but they will see his smiting face and hear his PIC9 her nr ilWore thCY8riv ttOjpaeet him in Heaven where there 1 plrtinIho fumily hu lbs ympatbyof the entire community Hence Hsrdin sold his farm to Murry Hordin lot Stj ocash FraTik Chesscr sold his farm to Hence Howard fbr l750f Mr T W Uardesty and wift pent tbcdy with her mother oji Sunday last Mr Belly Pinkston ndwife visited Mr Merritt and wile this week 9 w Tth asiJ From Our Regular orreJpondeDtt PIld1Stnartt l relatives here last week Jno W Barnes wits in Taylor a county last week on business E S Mnyes was in Bloomfield i last Week on business Mia Bertie Barker yifliUd- fnomls fiero last week i buyingiljeep c I3onxo the wfef of ElijahI agni on the 6tli aboyD to Vox to BkECHLAND From Out Regular Correspobdtni Mr John Cnrrico has retnmfd oth thoSouth HuimaaIrierdsI wfjll to have himrjln thi- kIt ilsonce moreS Mri X Pc1t irion 1 wire aid op of4yywere ljertlipb ratolthe Je k tfi Mits Mittre i7enaiscIaJlsistd iu J ltrtfl tj iJQ 118 1eek- Flbrd1rothkin w as tLBt JnS 1dundiyiC h ir OHe 1 isordeis Jll Rose wa here Sunday J f ei d tpj i e Jrw cK u rT 1I lliatf Pearl jOf nridoiiand liO1 i4erviit d hd1Oteek A fD n trlldnJiiin BlbomEeJdJ tail t J seekt BB acliman visited Utives inslonl CouDt111 day t Mr n rrjrG qtt iuli feJ Mamie vis tod re1at1vasjnsr your town Sunday Ljp lyjffjfatp J Elbridge i Pinkiifpn titha jcl hurchot Mt Freedom b f Slta J 4QCf rl CINT Re t J ii i From Our Regular CbrrMpoadent f Misses Mary Joe Toni of Baro 5ownt U Frederickstbwn have retunxdN home alter paying this place afhort visit I pIMr nosfph 1Iigflooneof oII Enterprising old banhelora visifed Cccilvillo last Sanday Woc n jjueis what he goes no there for MJM Anna Lee loftily qf Ce cil tf ule is visiting her uncle Yi Mlc Nally at this ploo Mr ThoR W Jooninp one of 7 ur most highly respected cittzent t visiting isis itfn ot Woodlawn Ne sott county yerlfDJB1With many pf them arc alroost ready lo lent corn nnd willdo so just aslsoon nslhe weather JIlt pcrmtk MreWin L Thompnn one off young raerchajitspia viaiting over nt Tailorsyille 3pcncer county this week IIogcholeii irf still ri giug in this vicinity A ret yorthe1ar1 mess staUdiG hoga they had Y t Mesari vQ fly Mclatire antlJB Montgoaery psid u flying vmtfoiIi St Marys lust Sunday Quite asnd glponr was oaslovef ourllttlo town and vjcmityr last Friday afternoon by the tragic death of lUtfif vanlN son of RoVtt Irid A na Molntirf Wliile the little fellow wni playing in the h nrdhaundertook4to raise a plank that covered the well anti iio doing e o Jell ii ansi was drowned etore rc j F j4J 1f jiJ 4 St 1 h4lDtouTak it 1tSTUB iiws LE PaId in4dancolL nERiJH 15j t COmIUtuJth theliome exchange shipment ondklclndred Sunday beglacl i i liha means couioib proctireino rescue Weep rtot fond mother over your Tos If your most cherished hopes bare fltt But benolod whop youjreflcet Hes namborpd with the haphy d d 4 Yet he has gone tolsaiicrnsJ3l i Ihcre pahi und eorxov are xhnbw Angels cams andled LJrtij To their bright and glorlopuhomp t110 Ao 4S t Kot to bcrrrlfledWlth r fFrom CinclDnati t Gorettp1 l vVU people neveb learn that aCi coldVl loan accident tp bp dreaded and that hon It occurs treatment ehoula b promptly aJpMedr There Is noK3tm ins wUord the tronblo will endiifl whllo cbmplaie recoveryb the rutethV exceptions ara t rriMy frequent f and upon thousands of tal1lt every your ushoredinl by a Ittteidjud11oua ezpoonre and Bpeinjhg ly trilling symptoms Bchond thlojtherq aro today countleca JJnvallds who culL tracoufcir con plftnts to crtldsi wjijchf t tho time of occurroneo gavcrno con rn and were therefore neglectedt WJionroubJrd wlthscold use Cbamber afl1 Cough Remedr it is prompt hat efTectu 25 ind 60c ptrbottle KLNTLCKYFAHlf V f t Tha following bates have been do ided upon as the tune for holding Keritttcky titirp each Association be ing allotted a week and binding itself continue its ixnibitionrf from three fivedays during thai tfme i Sharpsburg week beginning July 20 Winchester week beginnuig July 27 Danville Week begJriningAuguBt L f CampbellBville week beginning AuguatlO SPItlNQEJIEIJ veet beginnhig 2 AugnstlTi Ofe V 1cbanon1webegnnIng4UgU5t24 3 rdfltown iweek beginning Augusli 1 fipwUrig Green week beginning JBcpseinber ntweei DeginhIng Septem r er U Kvt ft aducahvTpetakit beginning gepteaa- ber si Q n date probably HeXertoxO ep =b W fl r tOweaaborOjweeV beginningOctor er fI r I SSS OiQYtliCOND1TIbON- rpr VTil5rSi JR tNimt tt I1n tkJlBtJtQstet Kyqflt tl cl rYuIU rcb8VG j f I Nlmamn3ocxncm3 ijlcOJST4LomIl t Overdrafts secured andnnsecnred 1roo iO U SJondsto secure uJpQlITtOQJ Stocks ajcnrUie etc 931000- Banktng bmp mitfl3kit f 7000 00 tales I Du fr9ilxNaUeMlBakks nptRe t 65t11 acre AgentSISDu frbzn t3ttbtDk1 banS era 44928 Duo fmappTede5err0Dth 12s685 Notes oouirINattpnalBafl5t Fractional pspacUrrCflCY nickels 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caused by buckshot nd as Dovers had only plstoi there land probabilitiof thei being anythlpR In this theory The umwu s1ttD on the track pMn Yi train thick him evidently with the intention pf committiBjl adicWc ebariOnEnterpris is 01 Ittl1 t to be wonderedal that A10 delOand For1IlisiTinsicsmvexa tbectTro UitiKtipnjIon blhewineSP0r- nny ibarmpiaiflt niilng aJiuxatic- tbeopflianco unsiuirpaqct beyate lI1qaJsa 1edIIY ii oand every d flo1 eflfcc ve 1 TaReIIa Liver P Tec are n Perfect Trcalmcnt for Coast kand 13ilIUEm 6 Osaiihi5 j A SS ty I iirS i t cfzIe d a P r u THE NEWSLEADER tr t IW c tf f tY M JII13lA DtJR II a rti j f IflOH 12186 t v LMItsoN ftf4 t JFLrlDaE rnerry war sti1lgos otr at PfcfkfDrVhnd8liUr there ji5hql I lecUoDf 8nafor AnaUjoiirn znent was had on Kfondayxad J y Tuedayoaccountofthe d atb t t Senator Ro e Weissher but f lbe xnernbor got dOwn busip pess gnibTJe Republicans r p i jaLbOHOpsOl3nseaCedBepreaeqt- btr f ative Kaqfm Di and ia the Sen J i byiII Walker 4 ballot yrastaken but f i theRepublicansi refused to VDlcI The result of the ballot was 1ackburnt54 Carlisle JO Buck perl So far as the election of a enator is concerned the edd jppcars to be tIoff as ever Q and4tjs large dollars to dough pats that when the session of li je Legislature expires by hint r iatipn on next Tfjesdayj that no i3 i pne will Jhaye been ebosento fill iJf jkirBlacUburns shoes f1 vi The present legislature how pyertwill ba conspletous iin one t J aspect and that is that ithas attracted more attention and ac dir pornpltshed less than any legis Jitive body on record J jMnI W issiNgER whose end dendeath is announced playel a more important parCIn tbeSan if atorjall contest than any other inember of the General ASS r t bly To him was dye the credit Jf orrrangin the pafr with Sea rttor Siege atterMr WilsonsJ i t f devth thus pP3V Unsr tbeeljc I tionbf Dr Hunler and be has constItUted the backbone of the t uppositlonto Senator Blackburn theelecrt i r or1S n iator B1aekburnw6u1d havooe purred weejsao This Is can 1d reded by bothpuUcaiisand Democrats ITORSABoyje of the eXIoK tO nera1 S tCPb at bis brother Si JOhn doesnt knpfraboak dHjics wpflia flit a ti Jargo volifme fid whots Edit6ii C c4 B G QIand whknqws tltht he knOWS any tbfajj about politics himself v ii THE Ohio Republicans rnt I- nstatec convention at Colnmbas nesday It was ft McKinley gjpventfon fun entbuslasni for theypr3tecUpri at diqatelor v tho presidency Senatorelqct Foraker presided and supplied the usual keynoto speech IP TH5 McKinley tonqin can tiniios to develop at the rate it is tfof aff now therajwill be onlyone pl1oLDeessary in lira St Louis codvenlion So far it 1s McKin ley first JQ rest nowhere Louiavill Timaa d t wUht + 1 epreeotative I aufmon in thetI oxingtqn diatrict deolaring that he badno desire to further jIOkh3gislatjol f i F EDERICkTOWN from Quf Regular Correspondent h Mr Iteiddlo frotanear Sping fWles tkenharge orMi4a SJ raoiarerm jnt1wi1 put in n 4 r crJ tog IMr John Thompson has opened fi Spring echootat thij place He JiaB ixgood d endance and we pre diptl for hjim great ijuceejs liittleVjflio AubCFWAi quite everrly burned last Saturday by 4fillin2int6 kettle ot hot water tirecsJrl ht liiitb jcljow willl soon be ufliIt r it t proniinonjI 1 iowrflrpt 4onday tf Mf 1 A sh J f U9 Bi for Auburnr III hisfutnrebpme j Mr Katy1l V1Ijames dnte ickJis IrkP1 C9nnor a i fr 4atglter I t t i f vV7 7 tF R1 Mis Pearl visited relatives ncar Jo re 1at wee t MiaJlltEddl mon of Bothnd visited frrendajiere this week She iaveaV soon iox lowhigireen hf ne WiIIAtteW a Neiwnal chco1 x 1THAM SPRINGS Wm Our Special Correspondent iltss TtrVa Dennis is quite ill vffh diptheri MbSDcrtha Sherley ofthis placelavkiCtir her sister at Law Ky Shirley is at Willis urg iia on a yisit to her brother T J Montgomery otOut town will be the night watchman at ihe Springs this summer On February 2Gth last Mr John Ilowgate and Miss Sallie Snyder were quietly married by Rev J Simms Miss Ophelia Qjllespio starts on Motidiy for Louisville where she expects to learn the millinery trade Wishing the NEWSLEADER success I remain your correspondent W Df MACKVILLE From Qur Regular Corrcsponpant Mr Pierce of Illinois is now the guest of T J Graves family Miss Annie Parks of Perryville was the guest of her sister Miss Ada ol this place lor several days last week Mr Moses Fuley who for some days has been with relatives here flJllleave this week for Louisville where he will go under treatment for his eyesight Messrs Will and Silas Graham ol Sharpsville were n tthe bedside of their sick aunt Mrs Wm Case on Saturday and Sunday last For some days we have heard a great deal of talk about a coaloil well discovered on Sleot Oovles farin near here Upon examination it proved tp be oil but in a quanti ty insufficient to justify lievclop ment v Dr II P Cox entertainedabout fortyof his friends An Saturday Feb 27th in honpr of his Jorty fourth brthday Owing to the peculiarity oCoi1rcalenddr the Doc tor wiUpot have anotheFbirthdiy untjl 10W Hts friendflinaj well be sorry for this as nOon knows how to entertain more flluhles ly than the Doctor- tProf Kersey formerly Musk master in KeztJQkyUOlver8 gave a most enjoyable musical and r ciaL4tthJIigh school building this p1cefonth evening of March z Prof Kersey is a thorough fmusician and our people are olateil wertheprorpects of havldg him at a niasical iiTstractort in ththeai r futuro h Prof Catling of Lexington hatt ri nt dthe Jlgh School bqildmp at this place and will open echobi on the 24h JThe Professor is w excellent gerVtleman end ifoti people vrill put do their pert we will soon tiave a school second to none in this part of the Suate Special inducements offered t wouldbptcaee ti Cnpt Abnbr G Daniels ol Lex ington has been iin cur iniddt fui river a week Capt Duniels is gentleman of the old school nod one of whnn any community might well be proud If wecun yet good school he proposes locating with us and whilt keeping up his life insurance busiriesa to aid in establishing a newspaper at Mack ville We certainly neec wiikiny up here and may success attend all theie new movements is tho wish of LE onE Keen Dottroylnc Fruit Beekeepers and fruit growers do not destroyingfruittJhoney bees destroy grapes rnupborrlbs lqoIhut In the grape particularly they start near tLo attachment of tim berry with its Stalkt where it requires scarccl any forco to thrust the tongue through Thero art some beekeepers who keep bees without providlagout of the predatory practices forced on nothingleftbottles of Bwecteued liquid out of which tho littlojlileveq cannot cccape his he lieved that bees vould not steal fruit if the boo owner provided flowers for them It is easier to gather houuy Hhau to suck grapos hrbkae rl CorD In Uiis climate in ordinary Boaeoaa says Xbe Iowa Homestead the shrink cge of cribbed coip shonlduot exceed 10 percent of IIawfit at husking and this year the loss in voichttouht uo to bQmaro too la percent en an aver age Tile tmlk oft hiir hrjnkage occurs wjpjin a few riicaths afier the barvcet In very daa p hud warm weather even r ithe best cdrcd c coTnwlll gather tome sr ec j jf i + tItc ROFE5S0n WLsONS sARFPIN It Itenr the Emi of PhUlpof Macedoa and It 2 s6o Tear unless yon are numismatist of im BEnall kncwledgo you would probably not 1137 ranch attention to the palo gold coin which Postmaster General Wilsou frequently wears ai a pin du thIS scnri which covers most of hid shirt front But if you are an expert and enthusjafct the subject of rare and antique coins your eyes will sparkle with pleasure at tho sight of that scarfpin and possibly your fingers will tingle with vague kIp tomaniao Impulse to grab it and ruo for the expert will recoghize in the paa gold disk an example of one of tho m9st perfect and most beautiful coins ever struck And if you are allowed the privilege of a closQ inspection yon will discover that thia particular specimen has had preserved in every detail tho exquisite beauty of design and finish imparted to it by classic artists and artificers whose brains and hands crumbled to dust so long ago that it makes one feel iu a Jreain just to think of it for that coin of the delicate yellow of the cactus bloom perfect as when it was tossed from the stampers baud was minted while the matchless eloquence of Demos theuen still ravished the ears of the Athenians and fired their pulses and bears the effigy of him against whom the Attic orator burled his fiercest vective Philip of Macedon father of Alexander rhe Great The coin is a gold stater of Philip noted among numismatists aRone of the most perfect and beautiful examples of tho coiners art the world has known In the 2 centuries that have elapsed incit was struck by command of the founder of the Macedonian empire No cottage baa exceeded or even equaled in fineness of dtxign and execution that pf Philip strange as this may seem to those whQ regard the modern world so vastly superior in almost every way to the ancient The gold which Philip and most of the Greek states used In their coinage was known as elect rum consisting of about onefifth part of sil ver which imparted to it that exquisite hade gf yellow which is one of its chief charms to the eye The profile head of Philip on the gold stater crowned with its delicate laurel wreath is as clear in ontljuo as if cut in cameo while the chariot and steeds on the reverse are charming example of classic art in de sign apd workmanship The intrinsic value of the coM in the coin is abou 98 but the value of a piece of such vast antiquity to perfect ly preserved to the antiquarian and Uio coin collector it would be difficult tc estimate Another point about this Macedonian coin which greatly increases antiquarianisvhohad 4be arrogance to put his own effigy on money Previously so far asI knovn the ccini of the Greeks and Orientals had borne tho effigies cf theI gcjds or mythological heroes or r Teliglous devjcw or eymbdli But Phil Jp iu Greece us Cccsar in Rome thrust the gods aside and stamped his own proud and conquering head upon his qoius But white the contemporary erie mied of both Philip and Cajsar includedi this among their counts in the iudict impiir ety brought against them the Greek and Roman population made it all light by conveniently discovering that the two conquerors were really not men at all but gods in their own right It is probablo that another coin similar to that which Postmaster Generall Vilscu vcacs as a scurf pic does not exjst in this country outside of a museum It was presented to him by a friend who picked it up at a sale in Paris Of ita ceiiuiueucsa there was no doubt for when Mr Wilson was in London last year he took it to threxports the Brit jsh museuiii who pronounced it ac tQQiitic uurt tried hard to bny it but nothing could induce Mr Wilson to part with itlpot alone because it was pro ted to him by a very dear friend but because like most classical scholars he had a deep love for the glory that wns Greece and this rate bit of minted gcKI cairiet him back to the most lumi lions eruxif the beautiful and wonderful Greek civilization which still glows fcr the ttudeut hkv au unfading dawn hind the mibta and goon of overlap piugcenturicB Pittsburg Post Two ralj Mfont In a Mouth The occurrence of two full moons tp last December exjited considerable in terert and with many the query is Whoa will there be two full moons iq one month again It is not iiifreqnout for twx likephufes of themoou to occur iu one mouth us there sri only 9Vf duys in tho lunar month from out phase of the uioou to the like phnte again There wets two first quarter niooiis in May 1605 two full moons December Il5 and them will bd two bier quarttr niooti in August li9- 6tl ntr in May S9T two first qoarftjr mocn IL November 1S97 and twofDl moons again in August 1893 tpniigtifcld Ma Ret lrhca At Taut meeting of the Toxas Livv Stock association Mr A P Butch ono of tho roost prdmiiiyjt cattlemen of Texas showed hiiusolf not at all 11 red ovortliH importation of cattle from Mexico lie declared thut with the free movement of caltlo between thotVI countries thu great drreued moat estab HshwcjitB ollho United Statec would peon be supplying Mexico with boat und porkIKaffir Corn The following paracruph i4 extracted from a Huusas letter to the Hotiton U Investor Thanow KafTir corn of which 186000 acres were raised thid year has proved kqou to farmers as it has thrived in lint dry weather and eaudy soil as Yell appareutly as if conditions worn snort favorable By some itfis considcnd the salvation of tiro seiuiarid region as It produces liberally and the grain iis ex UtisfuctPtyflourtrying now to find nu agrionltnto MOP ed to tho climate eoil rather than to fbfce thuold methods und indications point to succors Bad thpy adopted tiiia plan years ago the praiiie states would tear advanced ccrparedwiUiproeij- ttAtuu31 t ii 71 Jt i ir C C MPILLI Lf4DaLEIMj COEII JllIllhtrr Grainand Fiol SOooil SIFULL STOCK JP BUILDING MATERIAL Fertilizer Royar Cement Wall Plaster Plaster of Paris Cement Lime Salt Flooring Shingl s Lathes Doors Sash Blinds etc 41 Tbe weighing of Live Stock solicited Highest Cash price paid for Wool Hidei and all kinds of Grain and Field Seeds 1 = Office and Wai erooms Doctor and Railroad Streets IJ BURTON BEN HAYDOX Sr JulML Burton Co BEN HAYDON Sr Manager fin tlorjkoig and Fun amI llirBctors Coffins Caskets Burl al Robes Of all Kinds FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly night or dayIThe services of an EXP RIENCED EMBALMER a graduate from a school oiI embalming have been engaged = J M BURTON CO- SprthgfieldH gan Block Ky FATTLCONBR RUES ELEVENTH Grand Combination Sale y of HORSES to be held at DANVILLE KY in April 189C 1Entnes now being taken Send fur Entry Blanks at if you WIsh to enter IOtiCSpeciall attention given to lloiscs to be handled for Sale E P FAULCONER WM EUF Patronize Rome Industry P BRING YOUR BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS ENVELOPES I1TVITATIONSand Everything in the Printing Line to iis Wswilldothework quickly neatly and IN THE LATEST STYLE TilE NEWBLEADER r 0 r j5 EW I SeE MELROYr5r smU Eff i f fO rZ Pi 1tJ ArRkrA ARE in 1 TINWA1RISTOVES3ET 6 t J J lt j ri Ii SEE OUR BW L11EOFt fV r f j Biselli bbi11i TIJiDi iriiGtil t x vators and Brown Double Shovels Buckfeye andMeyersFrcePp1OpS 71L t BICYCLES ftND PISTOLS t Country Produce taken iti Exchange for Goods l Tin JRopflner and Guttering A Specialty 1 See our STEEL RANGES and get our price Good Old Granny Metcalf 60 years old living at 018 Monroe street PatincnhKy says that Ur IJeHji Pino Tar honey is tho best grip cure w ugh lung knit bronchial remtdy that boon oflbrod dnrint her life Guaranteed by nil deal1 era TABLERJSPIL11 II L OINTMENTS CURES NOTHING BUT PIUS A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known forw yours no the BEGT REMEDY for PILES I SOLD BY ALL D2TTaOIOT FritiNi COS7 t A now Mlinry in tile treatment of coughs lung and bronchial affectIons ins been advahced bytbo manufacturers of Dr B jirs Pine Tar Honey It Is truly a wonderful remedy AH dealers Bell tin it a pnsltheguarantee POULTRY lIens Roosters Turkeys GCPSP Ducks etc Wanted 0000 moro deliveredat our special car iin Springfield on Monday Tuesday FritlnyMarchfor which we will pay Cash as fel lows liens and Turkeys 5c per pound and Jc in addition for de livery Roosters 10 and 12io each Geese 20 to 30c each Ducks 15 to- O crijch Guinea Keete 15c each IfigeoriF 8 13 qach and 5 per ccm additional for delivery See sins agents J Fielder Smith and Jcmea Waters for particulars 4t MUDO PETERSON Every person big little old yomrjr black or whitn rich or pOQr who has used Dr Pine far FodjF IAJIII guarantee it B AT waa risk we gave Jtcr Outorta Wlica the was a CUtd she en1 tw Uuterix Thon she bocanw JSsa re ckHT to Outorix men slip W QUkireBsbe pj 4om Ctctar The lx tnni or heading Desk Lectarufl or roidiug desks camo into use at an early date There is f reqncfct mention of them in ancient v ritlnpj and representations cf them in ancient vignettes They were placed in the cen tcrof choirs fn large ecclesiastical build lags as early as the seventhcentury and tie choristers were arranged in rows ob tho right and loft of thom Theyre pf various forms bqt tho eagle is Intro Qutlipread tbisgraltdf L made to serve the purpose of rapport jn the framework on which the largo aniL heavy volumes used in the services were placeo There was probably some ref creuco in tho thoughts of those wJjprsl used them tp the fact that tho agio soared to tho most elevated regions and wouldbolikelyor choristers nearer to heaven thu1 the taught otherwise ascend In como instances tho inclined ftnjne work on the back of tho bird was mado to accouimbdatfl two books one above tho other and furnished with vxnbfablo Frequentlytheorb and eometimes on a dragon rind tbo base of the stem on which it ia placed is often rained ou lions A more int1oductiODdbook hoard raiscjtpaconveulcntheigkt xample8ttaatwhich meet at their upper edges like a roof and there are others with clover grqnpiu s of ion deaksor book bonro These stir generally made of oak or pome other hard Wood They nearly oil turn on pivots and some of them are eijricb e4 with mucu carTluR Sgmctimcs the evork9fhonctpmv bird lUid book board are of polishcil brass Chambers Journal 4 L h J t f FORJ e u j iooyou fIpay now you ail gc your County Parcr liie NEWS J1EDERTFOONEYEAR ic t Je Irgel1enl 1INe i Featoa Ket Dress f J r r 1 L Newsy J SpICY OrigillI 1rj Independent r iil And an Indespensible vii litor in every fiousehold Help us with your dollar and we will give yoU paper of which Washington County will be proud H = r1 EOR 1 JOii iwtWe till send you d olf w LEADSR and thp WijeKy Cowiejc Journal for ono jejf NEWETLBADBR tied weekly Com meruinl for 81 NEW8LED R flfltl Oincintj EirajurerforSIBS NRW8LEAIER iTI Cincinniti TwiceaWciok ComriWciil Otis ette for Si65 I r Call fur rateaon otiierpaprand magazines Come iin ande u or aenfl Thyrar money to T LDV18OjR td1tOiELUL i i if IIlI I 1 c i f t it tk t Li 1- 0 r Fj7 f 4 tt4 jrI t T ENCWSLJ DEAr r it rII iIS TllilESLEAllER J t Ji J A di q L1SD iPvJijili iii I efl li i 1 i 1SPRINGaQDD i1- 1 fto t y1It vi JIIi vti o r If P tt jVF j o1Li11thgs Si jrGolil4joy v 60 VdI Anatgan oi- L r White FIUUIg Uod 01 ONTO DEB for GOIIIPaIn1eEtctIon of the Teeth day 1 B LESTHERHM 1 i of DENTIST 333AflDSTON KY K I lines f TEETH 16th EXTRACTEDWXTHbTJT tho died AW4st1 Byle3isbotYita1iedt Airv Gat I r and anewmethqdof my own Trhict J t ear1t1cff bf4 trii6 i t t f differ f p grades sub 1 prices ZVViIilie6lio t teeth may bi over atVmalieoenseV f r BFHIsifI Work alid crowning 1 f i4V ejioeUltjrFlrsfeiJass work reasonable For tb present I will be in Sprtngfteia tie first Wednesday ThiiInd Friday of each month rugs end loqgVirf work ia plenty 8 Officeover Hajdoh RubertsonY rc ragntore with Dr C per Ii1t office 6281 Fourth Avenue Leifle Ky DRF R WILDER JRofofF RlNEHAET will rI1 4 r FICB HOURS x to 4 Pi m yuesdaya and Saturdays Ii Bi aiGFJID KENTUCKY one thet VV 1V1VVC cJR JRR COOP R Ofllce wrer Hayuon ft RotorUonB drug to SPRINGFIELD KY VV31rSt day ITIi BURTON to raDENTiST tips i TEETU EXTRACTED by and r tTHO T P9iNII len QIcp1tq4J Block over in 4 Oro VpIuNGF1ELD KYrE 3YSlDEy SALOON A 30llN F J1BEKWE PROP ExciuriTfc Sale of theV VaIDa Jslloistone 111Sk6 pIRNDIES WINES UiGJiRS TOBACCO r fJL FOR 1 t THS fel Gofflierclal tnJ litbbA TU VVV suhEiphon- 1e nInUiIn acomanIdt4jV1OrnQae tIC r tl bI CIV a baetIptki1VprIc e 1n1A win be Ient fret fi Ifrf cj no JM a opjiqi the f jtflGWekI7nimeru1ta la11io Pfu4 h1a more newl l1 eJatP rpp Y kt I 4b1tVCjc orc iarlelR6ortS r r VV = MBOtT TOWNo few Spring gopOB S2V MansfleldB afeed oaoiuIobyO 0 McGfll s jBoy ojie fisfilng tackle from Jos A dcr ofc 1geFresij broadevery day at Konrad Hesilelna fcaScery Vesh cakescandlesane pies at Kbnrad H rtIth8V lint Be sure and have your photo taken Monday the 16 and Ftpah flail every Wednesday and Fri the at J A Shaderfl McElroy Shnltr have a new line pistojs and bicycles Lowest prices ever named on all in of goods at MansAoldsbe IC2Get your picture taken Monday the Dont forget the date See the display of photographs In the Lbuiivflle Store show window and The infant child of Mr John Hagan last Sunday of spinal meningitis fine Go to Hartleina for your fresh oys ville teltlSeryeda all hours and in any He he Monfprt c cotthe Bardatown photographers will guarantee to iyoVNorthern seed potatoes cheaper than before for sale by J A SuAina fWANTED Nice Jersey butter at the a higheat market price J A SnADERV to Monf Scott will be in the room vet the Louisville Store entrance vi- JthrOughthe store A lot of carpet samples suitable for for sale at a sacrifice at Thomp ri Clements Give them a c all RevvJ H bew will deliver his famous tielecture on make the heol shine at Texas Ky Wednesday night the 18 sick on Monfort Scott the Bardstown photographers will be her Monday March 16 If you want flrfltclags photographs give them a trial You find them over the Louisville Stora The Ladies Home Ideal an illus trated family magazine given for one year to each new subscriber who pays new dollar sor a years subscription to the NEWSLEADER The two papers no year for the price of one NOTICE Will oiler siX head of horses for sale the highest bidder Mcb 33 County iOourt DayP Terms made known on of sale- S beM KAHHICK The town authorities have decided build a pavement extending all they to tho school house gate anc now he belles and beaux may not soil the of their hoer in their meander ings on thebright Spring mornings High School GazetteVMr Taylor Harmon will take charge call operate the livery stable nowrun S M Karrick ort Mob 1st Mr Karrick faaspurchased the store and grocery business of Uncle Dick Edo Try and is having a warehourae built which to carry his big line of bug on gies and carriages Mr Karrick has- ented the Shuck McElroy placeI where he will keep his residence Miss Annie D Grundy was given mrprise party by a number of her oung friends last Tuesday evening ath er home onehalf mile frQm town delightful evening was spent by thEiI guests among whom were Misses An nie Cunningham Annie McChord Bettie Irving Ella Craycroft Mary Noe Laura McChord and Messrs Ernest andJoe Mansfield Garland Cun ningham Fred Caldwell Joe Clay brooke and Will HaganI Tho 0 L S C met with Lisrie Lee on Mch 2d The Society had a full attendance and delightful evening with the following program Initial studies in American Letters Some first steps Inhuman progress Footsteps of Washington j Tranaanden talism Mrs J A Simms Rocita tiona by Misses Annie Mcpbord Ells Craycrott Lydia McElroy and Carrie Splecnmn The Society will meet with Miss Jennie Browne on Mch 16 AILwho aro interested in the work are iinvited Mro A B McChord entertained herI Sunday School class at her home last Friday evening on which occasion all the young folks present had a very delightful time Thoao present were Misses Annie McChord Annnie D Grundy Annie Cunningham Mary JNoe Bettfa Irving Carrie Selecman Annie Kejkiok Ella Sweeneyand Mea t8 Goo Golvin Erpcst and Toe Mansfield Will Hagan Will Garland Cunningham Prod Caldwell JoeClaybro ke Dr Rhiehart and Mr dana MrsJW CMcChor- dvlpD t ITh ealeof tOck and farming im plements belonging to M Chord McLaughlin which occurred last Sat uaday at Mr McOhorda farm was well attended Priced realized as a rullr were low Quite a number of horses and colta were sold very low while the jersey cattle and hogs brought fairly good values The sale was for the purpose of disposing of partnership interest Mr McLaugh we understand will live iIi town until he can build a residence on his farm whfch he has already stocked Under cultivation Mr James E Listen will take charge of and operate McChord farm for the corting season Sheriff John T Craycroft went to Danville Tuesday and arrested a follow who is either a very smooth scoundrel or is afflicted with wheels his head which no one has yet able to determine The folios to St Rose some time ago with letters reciting that he was a good fellow and worthy of help He was taken in and given employment about place by Bro Anthony Several days ago however he suddenly left simultaneously with the fellows departure was the disappearance of a Winchester rifle belonging Bro Anthony besides several other articles The man was traced to Dan where he was arrested by Mr Oraycroftand Drought to jail here ambng other stories claimed thai was sent here by the AP As to spyon the priests at St Rose PEFSON7LLS here Iastweek Miss May Miyeshaareturned from visitto HarrodsburgI Mr C R Grurdy and wife went Louisville yesterdayV of Lebanon is MisSfBevill ms Jaa Cheahier i were in Bardstown Sunday Vett Dr J B R Cooper and GUlt Loeb were in Bardstown Sunday W H Sweeney aaccompanied by daughter Sue is in Frankfort Mr Chas Haydor who has been several weeks ia able to be out the streets againJMr J C Durrott and wife of Bloomfield viiitod friends and rela tives In this county this week Mr Snyderof the Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Louisville was here Tuesday loyking after some crops Mr A H McChord of Mc lard Robertson has gone East to buy stock of spring stock of goods for store NOTICE To the Ladies of Wrshingion and surrounding counties I am now ready to do up Lace Curtains for the year aud would glad to receive a portion of your patronage Respectfully BELLE TARYEE Sprnguild Ky Hlmon S hart nnn orTunneltoii W a nas beon unbjort to nttnckB of rollr about once a year nnd wlIld l have to a doctor and then Her about twelve hours as iriuch home do when tiiy lie lie was taken recently just the lamp as it other tlme nnd concluded to inherlalns Colic Cholera ami Diarrhoea Romody Hp say trok dose of it sod It mo rellof in live minutes That is moro than any thing else has done for inO4 PLYMOUTH ROOKS rPLYlIOUT RoCKS EXCLUSIVELY 1 avo some very fine cockerels and pujlete for aale at a reasonable price Al p eggs in seasohV Mite H M ONAK Springfield Ky r D r FcllV Anti rAIn euros diarrhoea end nmmer cornplaint cranipt rolic and pains by healing the Inflainmatlon It atop fermentation anil rollere liu ISmedlltelv nil danc T of fevers is avoidedt by its u e2V and bottles guaranteed by all dcalera MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN OUAUTY WOHF1S I WHITES CREAM VERMIFUCEFOR 20 YEARS Has lodall WORiyTRomedlos EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED BOLD XtT ALL DUUGGISTS- Trnmr4 uIT Loa Ughtnlng Hot Drape WhatpFunny NamelV InVery Troo but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhora Eypry CaY Without Rollefr There No Pay J r VGreat Improvements Going on at THE Louisville Store Originators zofLow Prices n Our complete lineof Spring Goods will be here in a few days Everything NEW FRESH and MODERN to be ready for our Grand Spring Opening We will carry the llargest line the finest stockand the LOWEST PRICES ever shown to the trade in Springfield TRUNKS We are Headquarters for Trunks Valises arid all kinds of traveling bagsV CLOTHING AND SHOES I Our line of Mens Clothing and Shoes is complete and at prices that defy competition 4 Ladies call at our store tbis week for ono ot Buttericks Fashion Sheets which we distribute Free of Charge Patterrs ordered on short notice without additional costs Visit the Louisville Store it will pay to do so you will save from 25 to 85 per ecut on every purchase Keep your eft on this column it will do you good I J K HENDRON BUTCHER JI lhave ren ove l my shop to juet below the Commercial Hotel and desire to intorm my patrons that Iam better prepared than ever to furnish Choice Meats at Lower Prices false pay the highest Cash Price for Poultry Hides Furs Etc Whoiiovor the little children tbo lad ies or the big men want woniothinK to reiinlarrt their liver or cure constipation nnd blllouanesa Dr Bells TIny Tonic Tablet la what they must have They cm o and you never feel It Purely leg stable 25c vial everywhere Sutherlanda FAille Eve Salve In the boat ointment In tho world for any sod kind of sore oynn skin dl cniwd ee- and Its guaranteed to cure by all tealeni put up In tubes nt25ceach Now il the time to subscribe for the NEWS LRADKR only SIa rearI Dr IloUV Pine Tar Iloneyls dllTcrent from all other cough remwlleB It cures by ullnylng the Inflammation and glv log tone HtrenKth vigor and vltnlity to tho rpspUory organ Ouarantood by all dealers Tho bine bird is halted an the bar blnRor of Spring It also a reminder theta blootf pnriflcr ia ne vlrd to prepare tlio pystom for the debllltatinc weather to como Llnten anti you will hear the MrdH singing Take Ayorn Sarsaparilla la March April May Weak eyes are made strong dim vl linn Is made clear ttrfB are removed and granulated lid or sore oven of inv kind may be spwdjly and offpctunHy cured by the of Buthorlands Eaglo Eye Kaivi its put up hi tubes and sold on a guarantee by all dealers GDaaoaaaOooooooooo 200 A VISIT Is a phy tdjms usual fee A 50 Cent bottle of I Neats LaxativeW- ill t t Bntyour tcm In gotfdorfer It tCUltS Torpid End BlgggLsh Itver Con stlpatloIendacheetcVPl1ntaD4 t aefeferall agesnudsas A scientlAc lad reliable remedy Ask your drn g etitforit fuUinformatlaafurnUhea by t I- CyoooOooooQ9 Oo rV MEAT SHOP The Urina Jest Par Potatoes When potatoes are placed for a few minutes iu brine the lightest or those of poorest quality nnd most deficient in starch riso to the top By this method it is on easy matter with the aid of a hydrometer to determine the amount of starch uud hence the quality of the po Utoau E S GaiT who planted tho light the medium twit the heavy potatoes na iniUcncd by the brine test for two years in Fucc ion reports to Rural New Yorker that unlike European vestigators ho notod no improvement in the quality of the cropsns atcsxilt of thisseleition Ho found that tubers groufiiR nearest the surface woro of low est specific gravity or pooest qtnlity nnd that iho niietnlio gravity incnnsctl with tho depth nt which the potato grow This he ascribes to tho cooler tempera tore found at greater dopths Ho also fouud that potatoes grown in level cul ture with the consequent lower toni peratmo within tho soil had a greater specific gravity than thtso grown in hills Application cf Carbon nicnlphlde H E Wood of the MiBsipsippioxperi meut station reports to Tho1 Farmers Review a simple and effective method of upplyiug carbon bisulpliido na a rem edy to weevil in grain it consists in simply pouring the liquid over the top of tbo grain Ho says This is but the work of a moment and applied iiu this way the effect is greater as by this meananll the bisulphide used evaporates Iat ouco forming a more poisonous at mosphero than would bo the case whore the bisulphide is put into open dishes and left to slowly evaporate For three yousIXfot wo have found this method decidedly tho best in our work at this station tt AV v When Baby VaS sick wo piTOhfrCastada When chavu achfld aha cried for Castoria When she became 3UsI she c ong to tastor- taweaahdcEiIhogvetemlaztcria FQiOYHlSP JtCxi Browiia Iron nittrro bllcllil1i recpmflCltd it nofc1lerJ eepit1rnsrIjOttle t flt- lflnlrsr adraecd ldtIon IVV i T MGORD ROBRT8 r ctJ L7DOTHERS FOLLOW tj t t c study the peoples wunto wehdlctild which is ithff bCStfOrVV 1 the Rwple to buy W 8 sell best braridsfor lew than dthermrVchants sell inferior gaodf RELY ON It V won tbe undersold by anyone ye bUYfor Cashand buylota of enj andnBeveryono krbwr we make our customers satisfied with overything purohtsed of us J SHOES SHOES SHCWES You knovnre handle the bestMino of anojoi in townWe3ie reo celvog our prlCg Sty103 we are selling them cbJlp wo hvQVall the IIV latest lasts Can giveyon any snape from B to Efdth 1Wehsi55 justreceived a now hne Qf Infants soft solo shoos in tan and Mack 1and button Wo are now receiving our Spring Ji CLOTHING rii Our clothing fiu We have thorn for stout peoplo andalina peooloj and extra large people Children Bpyi and Youth Suit hoth uee antllxmgpantrV rJoltreceivedtbe largest stock of Carpet Mattings and Wall JPapir ever shown here at prices to suit you Keep ypVV3C on our aojjs and prcesV y JUST RECE- IVDNew1rincOoiI i A We aro now ptepare4 to show the Largdst nd Ko6tSlefMiit4c line of the following goods ever shown Iia thistpwn 1iPeroAles 7c 81c lOc and ISicx India Linens lift lOc 12cand up y fi tCjrd Piques 15c20c and up V l v1 JI Striped and Checked Dimity 15p 18c20cacdnpf v faDotted Swiss 15c 20c and up t V lCurtain Swiss 20 to 50c per yard tt jjLace Curtains 50c pair i t fs A New Line of MBRQ1BEBQES fCONSISTI2OB- Jaconet Colored Jaconet Nainsook Colored KainsooYSwli co 8ISw ss These goods aro cheaperan4 more variedand sItractieV than we have ever shown 5V Y Our stock of Table Linens ard Napkins Towels and Toirtl Cruliei ws- inevr so complete ani you should inspeet hem beoro biyiag Our VV Litens and Napkins are great Prices the liowoit r tt W Aru Always HeadqutrUr For I WALL PAPJR tiL- k l Our stock ill larger this Spring than It has ever bten 0 nu Bifeil iy the new designs and combination V1V f CARPETS Ve are just recoiling our itock of Carp t Rugs Mattingf Jtirtwai o Poles Shade etc Take a loektthm beforiB briyrBK r i SV H1Ars f 4 rYe have opened np this week 40 dozen Hats in thji LatntV5tYVI i shapes for Men and Boyjs and Children nd can loll 1oaliMiat Fur Derby for H25 teat e uld really be iold for 1250 Cpiifttnc themsee SV Wa jJottonj SlrvVtinp Check Cotton 10 1T4 Browfi Bheeting WbiChWOVeWII1V sell at tho Lowest PricesV I Come and see ui and we will Intereat5oiuin SI188 ana pricey V f UNNINGRM d DUHGN- UNGFIELD j k1h KY1 j SPRINGFIELD SAW AND ptAWING MILL I MARKS McELROY Prop MAUAOIUItiRS AND DALES IN All kinds of Rough and Dreied Lumber La bes iloutdings qJlugs frames Sash Doors JJiindeTobicco BOIl htadlJ Cypress Shingles Acme Cement Piasterijafc t 3Va i Bill Stuff cut to order on Saot Nqtice flt bes Ca h Price paid for all kthdlIf Logs Call and sea us and Jpet price f OffiCe and Yard JQC KeJ Avenue Between Main and RaihOL SHfP YOUR PRODUCE TO HNDQNrARTR aINCOI JOBATBO 1 1buyers1 al 819IIumlraoUri aud 1 Whileno ilhyBlclan or 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4W + z li STVi VEH WIt rorfrcewhefl inRtjORJI3TO 20 CE Ti A ROD1 Ii Itoraahljch bull slrong pie end olilQVon men end boy con m S0 frem to OerLIOat7lebIlluatrated KITSEtMAN CROTHErU- 1Rldae iII3Jf lb r r lInrlDrtl 0 jr rta Utah c f dnreronL jt Yfird1llan12 Ilbwju nn- e i1tvrcJern it jqcrqr tho fi howe- 4t qeuomr jj tnr ti3Vbere pv dt w 4y frffxsor Saribaru ma tp lJ t obqfiiod frfl tIioh was lit SS kztr o inferior to l YLJorjit tI kfrt18Q Iot stntio 1 H hr b lv twice h Ji i i- I Lnsovot- fuund LifteuILL 1ISQ1VeU i found county Jund foutd county 1iNOt Listed twice I L1iSOVEnt JLeft iNot loutd 1Lert l Zf I dOld 11 lrJCt oUiti RELIEF Ft ilotbusNauiea HEALS Serpebts etc BREAKS Bad La etc Ft TATS U H5PRINQPlELD fi 40 tT Soedlcs Tobacco riect Bed A Writer in Thoyimericau Agricnl tnrit uays Tho cuccfssfnl tobacco grower mpst raise his ou plants open air beds are tho cheapest for tim main supply As a rule plants raised in open air stand trciinplauting better and nsnally get a quiukcr iud Lettcrcturt that those raited a hotbed cr cold frame covered with rjcefco cloth or cuivas Cbccso for tho plant rpd a fhellcrcd pct piotected ou timbernurn r tlia soil ia cooled rako off tha rough material that remains and thoroughly pulverize the surface finoitoud sow tbo eced Eegardiujj the amount of teed necessary tPsow to plant an Acre of to botPlautfcf Tho plants 1 nmopu1sL5papItrouglWelldbetbcttCrrootedthicker Sow ouo half tboseed crosswise leDthWheThistsri1Jt fine seeds If thoeoil is fa the prope I tpcdinRftbttbstJ ing it over quite Closely bntaS1light iW 1L 4 b a yt MRS APHRA BEHN A Handsome Vomau Wai the First EDS 1IU remslo NovelUU A Jhnportontflguro in tho begin nings of tboEqglish noyql is Mrs Apfcro Bebn 10401089 whoso iter soniil iistory iig quito as interesting fathotMr b n to get hjjnsolf appointed licutonnnt t general of Surinam and lib sot sail for the new wdrld taking his vrifo and children with him Mr John sondid not live tosoo tho regions ho had Ixion sent to rule but his wife and children spent some years in tim beautiful and romnntio scenery of Surinam and there Aphra fountt the materials of her best novel Oroonoko The time had not yet como when description of nature citsecrocoguizedfonturo in aioryCSht Oroonoko contains tiwo passages wbere an attempt is mado to reyenltotbo pooplo of Eng land tho beauties of Surinam These passages havo been praised for their careless nnd picturesque power but possibly Itbo second epithet is ess deserved thou the first More jvor one is bound to say that Mrs Johns imagination is aptto enter nto thd record of her experiences i Vhon after her return to Eng and she had tho honor pf telling1 ier adventures io Chnrlos II sBd noludcd among tbo fanna of South Vmoricn snakes of terrific duneri ions bnt a certain license has al ways been accorded to the retailers i snake stories Her most fcxtraqr Jinnry travelers tale is her account if what she saw on borvoyago from intwerp to England How many mong those that go down to th 0 en in ships have soon flouting on ho waves a four square floor of arious colored marble from whiph soondcd rows of fluted and twistod lillars embossed round with climb ng vines and flowers and waving trcaincrH that received an easy mo Ion in tho air upon tho pillars 100 ittlo Cupids clambering with flutt ring winps Littlo wonder sure j that following the disappearance f this strange pageant cnmo n vic 9nt storm and Aphrnoind her corn unions suffered shipwrqck There j room for doubting whether Mrs jcbn put into any of her stories eis nuoh imagination as adorns tbo nu ialfl of her adventures For her pe uliar claim to attention is that at a 0irno when the heroic romance was u fashion she wont for hercbarac 03 and incidents to real lifer When ho appeared in London after her so ourn iu Surinam her good looks cr ready wit and her lively coni versation carsicd society by storm iho is described ns n handsome ark girl with a clear forehead flno yes a full and merry mouth an niiuated though voluptuous count muco and a quick and ready pnguo Cornhill MngazinoI 0Eklmo It n Ins By far the most interesting ruins m the coast wi ro those vro found lIar tho ontrnnco to Nacbvack bay 0was evident from their appcar 11clJ thnt they had never boon vis tell fy desecrating s ran jers and 0tho natives disclaimed all uovlodgo of thorn Upon a narrow strip of bench at ho foot of n irrecipitous ravino cut ing the crest df the mountainous lifTs which overhang tho soar inn If j mried in shinglo and weighted I n11nOS5II f what wnsonco the residence of populous tribo- Tbo main ontranco had been form id by setting upon end the lower jawbones of nwbnlo This led into i broad passageway rom which smaller ones branched at irregular intervals nnd which tormjnatcd atj ho various family apartments or ilnbitt ions Whnlis bones entered largely into tbo construction of thoj whole no othor mntorinl hrnvir been cscd for supports Nnohvack is far bey end the northern treo liz i it of thfl const linn tbcso woro arftncrirho vertebrnv oil wbalos had nIused as stoolu nnd for various other purposes ittbol frniiioworlc of Icaynks anti konuitiks skin boats and sledges wore of bono rjnd h ftvsn tho w np ins anti implements wuro of bono horn nnd Ivory stanoIuncap were present to have ihiji but not n scrap of iron or othI er metal could bo found Outing Cnttlns Coarso ItMldet Tho Maine stat iou compared the value of chopped nod unchoppcd Jay for cows and fount uoovidcucethut the chopping badang effect Cutting corn stover found wlvimfoRoons it tfic Wisrousin station The Indiana station found thatt steers made bolter Rains qn cnt lima on uncut clover hiv In reference to cut tin a1Thorofilling1nwhiter All Corustolks should to theI through Xbitf machine for then they nr6 til better condition for feeding Dud ibo goodrpLou5o feeding manger worthless for bedding piloMuuycnt curuEtalks since somotimRS the refuse to est them In a few cowsii have foffud tnnt tho sharp cuds cornstalks when cnt certain lengths in juro yie mouths of the cows When they nro not well eaten tho cause is often duo to overfeeding or endeavoring to have the cows livo ou too limited va ricty of cods Keep the maugora clean andfcedtlie cut fo ller with care or vsuallyvery Uttlo will bo left over and that culy the coarsest portion 33xpcri meats at tho Wisconsiu station show rro1EPJ 0yl1 eaton than tt f uooat nind er 5Qt5 tr UN J4 ILcOi The Inexperienced Men Thought He Rad Cat n Men Uend Off IVnras on a largo bay Thor ico w soinsg colasss tlvwellsmnlro cracks anti tho feel of tint 1 boat morolike t flhingc 0ouldnnd the yard as the puffs camo hard er anti as tho ice skate cut its lino in th6 green crystal it chiselod out n spurt of brittle fragments that could be hoard tinkling on tho lot like broken glass Vo were going exactly mila- an hour as timed between two bar intheybuinglaidweron few popple crossirig tho bay hero and there on foot had the wind o littlp forward of abeam and were5 heaiting on the port tack for ttt0 clubhouse But ahead of us andfo windward a foot passenger was crossing At first ho was only a spook on the distant ico Then wo could soo that tins speck walked and that it had moving legs Another noaringhimseen approaching with almost the speed of lightning Jthoughtl could cross ahead of them nmVstill pass behind the pedestrian but tbo oibcr boats boing on We starboard tack bad the right of way Wo wore ftp proaobing withi inmost tine speed of llightning imd as Idared not at that ltime try to bear away I pinched up to clear them This I just succeeded iin doing though the second one forced my course tilli was flying straight for the foot passenger He was thou only a shwtt distance ahead and had taken to runof course in tho wrong direction and then fell lawn in the course I hoped to be ablo to take My iceboat wag going nbout a milo n minute clearing gpaco a t bout 29 yards n second say 87 feet a second nnd I felt myself sicken as I saw him fall I dared no try to bear awnj for fear tbo craft would uot do so in time so I jammed tho tiller down and tho boat took a frightfully sharp curve that sentt two of the crow spinning out over tho ice to leeward I felt tile ice skate that iis shnpcd like tho blade of the guillotine tilt up as wo flew past something black on tho ice and then as the boat had reached into the wind I looked back along the grassy green The figure was still strotohpd put at fulllength upon the ice and two feet ahead of him lay something round and blncl that bo llonged to him but wa5 not soparat cd from himfnnd I cried aloud JJy God I mayo cutfTm bend off It was n dVondful feeling Jt couldnt stir Of what further use was I to him And then I saw the figure movo It stretched along the ice And in forIward mud soizo tim detached head1t anti put it back in place It wis tintmans fur cap the iceboat bad tilted hndlof him a cqnplo of feet and mighty glad I was to givo him tho prico of a now one t0in call it sqxwro Vomoasurcd tho disItannec to find out bow far tine 0 feilocvswcro tbidwn who wont over shnrpIIioIIthey spun along Bur nfaco 280 cot nlinost yawLs New York Tribune Saltpeter For Curing Meat Thousa of Eallpeter byrnbbing it into tho surface of cnrod moats is rot geuor ally understood it should bo Some Ray that it makes the meat sweeter caltpeter has iteelf pocuru IRennyth ILmcat of any kind is immersed in a brinoniade with saltpeter quitoBto it What tine si1tpe r aistQhml en tine surface This prevents tine meat from absorbing much of the salt as it would otherwise do It also donbtlass helps to keep the internal juice of 0 meat from wasting itself in the brine Balteil meats have never 60 much nntri tire value as they had before being put Iinto brine Sono of their value ir wast cd in toe brine It eeems probable tins t Niltpeter liqlpa to prevent purl of this loss But a very slight doso of Ealtpotcr is enough for this purpose It is better than putting ou too much Which docs hrui rather tItan gooclEzchainger 0LIeThe old way of feeding fodder bay end other bulky provender to live stock scattering it over tho ground letting tho animals trample it underfoot gorge themselves to satiety ivaste a third of iitand got sick of the sight of the rc tIuinst go Tho time has come when na farmer or stockman can afford to wasto anything For hay fodder and clover feeding racks should always bopuVupwhexit animals may eat what dragging it into tinoilirt AnotInorpo1 it td to observed is that more should at Iauy time bo placed before the animalt I than it will oat up clean Careful obcferatioa will show how ranch this amount is iu a short timeIIt is caeierto keep warm breathing t pure pir Uiau foul oWSjIf IOU have sot this winter plentyif root crepe for a tidbit for the horses r sheep hog and cattle Lo euro when ispring cotqce to plant enough fora snp ply next year ILtrottersILU iron Sq ate Gardeu Now York city dnrlnp the thrso duyff beginning teb 13 John liX3eutry 303 willhyono of tb05E0ii There lr n gfeaf futnro for the beef ad f thQU1JneclStates Wo knowc Ifw nStbingfaltbfnlly antftcientiffcally 01II loved up that willf bring Jn bettor all jround icBtilfsthan raising beef cattle i t really flrstplassraulrnals BnJ theymnst m bo firslclossi TIm daywbeiAm1c 5 pJriDgyp1QatlSaOIl Ji 1 4 r Bnclilens Arnica halve The best nalvrf In tho world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Rait rheum fever res tclter ohhppeU lMndrchIlblaii and postelylit is guaranfofd tbalye satisfaction of miOjieY refunded Tilce 5r per box at aydon RlJgortsont Drug Stoic DleSclq Cal Itomedy mho tlrbt mcdlclno I hfcvo over fqnnd tbat would dome any jipod j 1rloe Soc = UWTOLD MISiY irBOMRHELJMAT1SM CR King Water Valley Mire enre cby Ayers Sarsaparilla miseryIrom muscular rheumatism tried every phystIantyIsItedIlotsprtngsArlcthrce spending ttl000 there besides doctors bills lilySesinonly nlnetrtl cec pouiniii left nrm nnd Ire were drawn out otstmpe the muscles r11C111t feristed up In knots I was unable to Ilrcs4 myself except wlih HHilstanrp mill eoiild only liobMenboutlty SIDA cane I hail no npiRtlt antI wa assiirert the doctors that J emtiil not live The plus at times were so anful thU couMproeKt luJrctIn dart In snlpltxr In poultices lIt these Teverythingtortures I eg itta mice Aycet Sarcipnrifta Inside of two months was nblcto wnlk without S cane In three nmntiis ny llnils began to strengthen anti iq the coarse otA year I was cured Jly welgtit nnslneirised ttmyfullAYERSThe Only Worlds Fair Sarsaparilla AYfJlS fflf8 cure IftaduelKr Lightning Hot Drops What a FURny Very Truo but It ameISold IWithoutt 0ltOfl Ever Try Kle trio Hitters na a rein ty fr y ur- IIgQt1 to be po vili Tly itdiiptcd lo the relief and Icure of nil female com liint cit a wonderful direct influence In giving strength and tone to tint nrgt ns f you h ave loss of appetite constipation hoad lie fainting spells or are civon t t ltltnda Fifty cnti audlat hayden it Robort AOfl5U gIits Ii l When Baby was slet we gave her estorat Tieniho wan a Child she cried for tagorta When the became sho clung to CastorIaItenhho had QiUUrnsh gave OndoriaI Ram ns Nerve and Bone Oil cures jRliearrratistn Cuts Sores Burns ant Bruises for asc f 0S JI While no physician or pharmacist car oonBcifntloiiHiy warrant a tare the J P Aycr Corrrpnny puarantec tho purity strength and inetllclnnl virtues of Ajers Sjuwtparilfo It tRi tbo only bl od pur fnt liS BlKfffS IRON SITTERS IndljwMon Mlioiniicu sjviilaJIrJa e NcrrouanrM atid irn nil rhjrkl ortiisToiinnrrnivl It Allitailfnocll Genuine but tIle InHi lUll setlrc1lut ibuwriivr r Improper and deficient cure of thetHcnlp will cause gntVnes or tine hair ant ImldnfHs Escape both bytlnousaof that rclkblc Hpcclilc Halls hair Reucvrer Condensed Testimony Chas n llood Jlrnker and ilanufapt urfcrfl Agent Columbits Ohio cnrtlfleH lutfir Kings Now iDlscovery haj no as a qaugh remedy J D Brown Proprietor St Jnrncs fetal Ft WaynA a Idi IcutUics that ho Vas curcdoft a ojugh of two years Htandlngcaused by nLFhat ho liua used undnnd 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