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ITT 7TJTTT 4 II-I- V uost auypaper or magaL ptib1SkClfq2thO prlcaof on f New COUNTY KENTUCJY MA1CB19 J816 y L f NI2IlJtlAJuL i J 5f i i r Ji Taiir P jiniss Notices 10 cents per i t A Hae for thffflrst ln Ct1otini 5 centi fd h etch ub equcnlnserttoA v CaUion anduates and political matter iOceots perllnebe Job Work Ig done at lon rates but cash ir r BstbapaliondellTeryotBOodi t y r Advertising LCt1Lftdt oa lfberal i E f1te11rnIk tob1iuarle iii resolutions t respect = ftt per line J XOcEL t n ComitrNraKUtrates I 38 County Offlceni GoJ II lstrIitOffleeM 10PO ba CMVRCH DIRECTORY Afif stsz f j 1ST CHURCH f iRoTfRP JcobPastrfr Serrlv every snaayJt4ji iint idp m Sunday f sbooUt mA1uelld1y nlgbt 730 p t I R EtHS 1rVft a ncyr L MurreU ator Sv1ce8 onitthe Tint ami Third Surianys In each month loat U a m and 8pm PRE3BYTERIAN OHUtCIS 4 Rev Snundera Pastor SoiTlcea every 4r8nndayatUam and8 P m Pruyjr Moet A f inSjpvaryTbnradjyr nIght I 9 i fTO CRURCHs f uRe FiHonBesyPastor Service ftvioryC Sudday at nd 10 oclock ami Services at Stf Ro 8 same honra 4t + x PJCXTBRMKL QltneuI rrjf Pr I LottOB Bprin flold lodge No M meets oocontf M nd ay In each month Waahlnston R O Chapter No 27 meets i every third Tees lay SprlngfleU Council No 53 meets every CiItourthOKKIOHM or floson MeeU every second and fourth Monday in each month I KKianrs ercrnn cnnzoet every r first Wednesday of pach month 011I I COUHTY DIRECTORY emsUiT URT Circuit Court begins on the fourth MODP dfly In FbniyMay and October C C E Fnttoraon Judge 0iW B Sweeney Commonwealth Attorney k F U Campbell ClerkwT Slmnw Vaster Comzniulonertj 34 1 ODAKTBHLY OQUThQuarterly Court Is heM on the third Mon i asru1July fcnd qctober J vck nJompsoa Judge3 9or Gih0 u tlRT County Conrt weeU on the fourth Moot day iiTeacu mpnlhj t Jack W Thompson JadgeIW F Hooker i ll f Jll Tnurman otinty Attorney J IrJ T t raycmft BbtrlT WRTbprman HBPorcll VDoputlea d Mastery Jamjes5jMoore Coutt Surveyor I W D Sharp Usetsor JVANoc Deut LcEIroy CountyIrcasuerI pfCT iPRINSVILDINISTQY ifoo E Ic JnHpoil 1riJohn Uraco Mar haL WO Rcod City Attorney f ry r 4 JUST 6 a eoUnr Justice courts arobclihi Jaiiuor April July and October tI 1i tilrrlltl u4Depuir ot Trims H t 411 4 4244 ipu AP41rl I 49ft24O ArYSprug11d LT p MJ12 H C f meJ JIm ZOll20 mw Bojylcf rM7 Jr 6 16j11 M Croikes 5 S4 68 4 Mil t7 UWbodUwnM 6032 18 S u U J7 BarlrTl n a12 2215 I FIg 1i1 iOt Ssmu1LCJ4ISSJp B 21 irSlL4I eUvllJe 6453 60 tI5 IS 10 l LCahe Bctljff ai4C55 etie 00 II bhaf bt I 2 ClermnDt 7 0443p 4 94sBirdstowdJd 7 10 201rtg 5 65 jM 41lLy1LoaiexlUoArn8c56i F J i L34 AX 1J r w w w 5F n7 j JS tiXL1y i vJ 11Y ratI s t tf 4 I i itit i1 7 t f n v t t i J 1 j f tf I1H1F hh Np JJ J j J if y E IJt t t uypSesV1Iij1SPRflGFIELD WASHINGTON ODDS UNO ENDS lfF Ej fP ITt 11 rfrib fi to Congressman Lswis in is recent issue It says JttTftre krV bit few Republi nameTproducoas presiae lmDn JldnafuhatI oHTohn W Lewis Fighting the battles of the party when it was apparently a hope IflSB piiaority and when be was but a youth helms drown in the esteem and affection of bis coun trymen urittl thmiwparty Ts a ret pntyufl John W Lewis e of its trusted leaders AL- t hisi word has been his iH ir hM n wr b en for piuti HilKa as well as pjnQplS uJUio accord to him incgurgol bia convictions and fbatvaitribute of true man 90dtiwn could never under jinyrctrcumstances do anuawpr thji act His friends here yvh- oavbknhTai through many years rpulcitalteiil ord con Cflrningany meaVure however Important p egardless of wjbmt might p rtenk If personal andaoral cbVnige adSed tono- I1ftUaLabIliyot high ordtr andHh qual5ties c noratocat nce persuasive aiid convincing passports to a great place then John W Lewis possesses the qualifications to represent Kentucky in the U S Senatet Bio ItTnotice thai the ffdiveacint correspondent of the daily papers from Danville Fwhimself who skipped out from t Ruse tbe others day with a i gun belonging to Bro Anthony special Co the Courier Journal contained a long interview with Sheriff Craycroft who made the- irest and that gentlenan de lar s he nvhlsd with or saw anyone ihat even looktd like newspaper corrtspondent he kenihas ben going the- ounds of all the pap rfj that tiit1e has confessed to being a spy and pas Wen put at work on the rock pile at Danville Under what kind of a statutg a man be fined for being a SPYI r convicted and put on a rock pile in Boyle county for an of fense committed in Washington am not lawyer enougb to tellI but that correspondent I have no doubt could Toe truth iia that Mr Peratle is from all ap earancu just an ordinary rank aud his offense waa to leave a placd wnere he had been ridly given shelter for a t1me ithout saying good bye lad taking wiih bim a gun to which e could prove no right or title He was arrested in Danville bj our high ebnriff put In the Springfield jail confessed to beg guilty of petty larceny fined dollars and will probably be put on the rock pile to work it eut as soon as the weather moderates Thus endeth thE- omance or Michtal Peraifo p 0 IT HBY MAKE are always RINGLETShTheyt t onusg1r1saida young Miss the other day I wish you would say something about these borridboys who try to make themselves look pretty I those with llong hair Why dont you know that they primp that they have actually tome of them bought curling irons and curling kids and every night they curl their hair just like n I girls Its atact itt ey do denyf it Iknow1taso They eedn t ink they can makfllutf of jui girls wheptbieyaW till viiaes t thugs off earth thejiBeives g fI T j5NE1DDSomethIng that is neeeded in this town jjust ftnowand sJtQuld 1 1hIu1 bo a paying JlaveBtment iva good public hall Since the Iftfws LEADER office has been moved tinto the oD t9ne thaiorn U d public lSlleft pTacticaUy j f With ut anyplacol for public gathering or a ShancoJgh mthat migbtcpme our way to hem out Jdont see why the parties whit are to build the business block s on Main and Wall streets dsnt takb the matter up anal run their bvilding up a story ot1twohIh- er and mike a good hall or opera house UwouldbBa p yitaf lh vestment and besides the proS prietora would be regarded as public benefactors l IIHiiII a housekeeper kicking loud and eloquently the other day on the town hog nuisance ts a ftbamV he said that we cat tsave a stock ordinance in the town There are times when the hogs and lher town cows iira1Iy1ake tp1cec Why ypa caojt raise a bush inl your front f1 for the cows1 andiifvyou are not careful with vourffates theh6gsxwill tnake mr lodging place of your front doorsteps IIagree with my friend bouts nttWance but tba towa bog ap rjejkirts to1 ntceisary evil in villages ant dotf t believe tiere will bny remedy until tht tQWD dtvilopes into a cityg t8 so1asth a mayor and councilmen Jnd oTher adjuncts vhuth h iWsver oiqent1y II IItti d as the town bogrt tor EVOTION An eXAmple of a wifes deyation to Ii6r bus band was clearly given rcceqjlyJ h in the caSQ of Dr Ewell who irks Indicted on two very serious and ugly charges at the recent term of our circuit court On one of the charges the doctor v was indicted and Judge Patter son held him over without ball t and he bad a good prospect of languishing in jail to awaUrial for his crime Now it happens that the doctor like so many unworthy not to say worthless husbands lablesied with a wife I whose devotion iis onbounded id whose bravery can but bea dmired by all however mucha the object of her efforts maybe coodeoinel It is said that this little woman with a five months dId babe in bet arms has under gonehardships in riding over the country in the effort to get witnesses and bondsMen for herJis husband that would have taxedI the strength of a man and that her pleadings with oqr big and bighearted Judge Patterson brought tears to the eyes of that official which all but blinded himf to the cold facts in the case un til be was ready to grant to tft little wife almost anytbingxshe might haye asked It ill doV end in the Court allowing the ac cused a bond otone thovsand dollars and it is said that the d little wife 6od mortgaged 8nc borrowed money on all of the little property she and bermoth I possessed JO secure bond for her errant husband ram told that a certain local lawyer told the doctor that if he ever mistreated the little wife or did anything that would in any way show that I he was nnworthy of such devo tion that be ought to be taken 1Cut and npped to pieces and 1 dont know but whatrthe law yqr was about right r rM HORprbf San Examiner Th FrlnlllColJ accoufftof tlie rejectionj oJ the GoebalbIllitthgJentuckyen-l 1biQli ffJoJe1 ch rt rol jhe6outtrrn Bacific R H Com pl nyi pujblisbGs a pictu re and a sketch of Senator 0 0 Mcpfrordr The following is the sketoht J1 Senator O C McChord thej reptestniattve 5 ahja TiftwritB Distrip oflEeniubky Ilutha u sLsMlaLf thJeiathrfw- ho i V ablysecondeclSenator Goe belinbis fight resd es in Spring fieldi lte fsan e3rCQ 3iii ioB er pf Railroads mi in that cap oty 54aniej iirfp Conflict ith the railroad powers of Kentucky notably e Louisville Nash vilfei wifiiicto on a small scalej emulatesl Southern PaciSc mjj tiods MrMcChord is still tvypun Tnanbut haa an able reputation as a lawyer He ia welt liked by his colleagues InI the Senate He ably seconded Senator Goebel in his fight for the repeal of he charter of the Southern Pacific Company Of1 Kentucky He Is too honorable to stoop to lobby methods and like Senator Goebel mada a fair and open fight in behalf of Cali fornia aT WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock seed or grits wanted or tor sale or excbance inierUd tli coir uran ran or Farmers are re quested to send In stock or crop items for publicationIJ 0 Clements has a good Jersey ow and young calf for sale ttXF FJLCatnpbolisold the other day two hogs weighing 05and 41ff pounds eipe IIvely i t t rJ- fow ii 4e time to advertise your zlllons and in the NaweLKADSB columns is the place tt tlplaceWstand a fine coach stallion and also at ood Jack Season low t tSWheat crop Jn Washington county s reported by farmers to be looking- ecIdglyalhn l We have heard eve 11l declare that some of the crops wodt make the seed j f i Mr Palmer Qrundy last week ship ped to the Loalaviilo market 65 fat j pof his dwKraiaing His pens are fun again with another lot ho will hare ready for the June market t J J Says a horseman of national repu tatlon When business again re ivo many horsemen will rub their j eyes as they awake to the tact that hey made a greviQus mistake in nottt breeding their mares tilMr T Scott Mayes of this pllceC has a Poland China brood sow pur Ip chased at a recent sale held on Ill nol State Fair ground Springfield ll This sate is probably the greatest hog sale told in this country Fiftyfive bead realized 85600 or an of tlOO per head Ton head r 1X6090 and two of the lot averaged ess ut SPl- owing will soon begin How many barrows plows binders nd mowers laid out in the weather sU winter says the Russollvilld Lodger bout two miles from tIIcity thor a mower silt wbeac binder tandt ing right out in the open field where the owner left lHaet year when he gotr through cutting wheat The machine jisj abouc S4 that is rating old iron at fifteen cents per hundred Hard times are given birth to every year in some of these fields tttIt is requested that tobacoo grow ers throughout Kentucky meet at their respective county seats qn Mon ay March30 at ocack M and lect one Pt imore prjictlc tobacco growers as delegates to attend a State Convention of Tobacco prowers tube held at Louisville KyM Wednesday April 8 at 10 oclook A at Becks Hall on Wqfft Jefferson street Ar rangements wnrb made for special rates on the railroads for the occasion The convention Louisville is for thIpurpose of of effeoting a State organ izatlon that wjll advance the Interests- of the industry t r A car loaded with live poultry at trcte4 Considerable attention at the depot says the Lebanon Enterprise It was flUfcl by Mudd Peterson Spr1ngflldwho are buying up all the chickens ducks etc In this section and aingthem to New York A gay win containJrom five to six thousand head oXpoultry the average weight being about five pounds so it will be Boenthat rpm 25000 to 80000 pounds ofponltr reshipped in each car 1ost oj these fowls came from Taylor oountKn the enterprising dealers have distributed quite a sum of moneyS iK th itf puMty and In this laTaylor cbuntylhey also purcn sed overthree- thonAu4fiozen qfegsjayhxg l3 llJ jfi1JJtmfOrf f 111J11rtt1r1nN01o ndlbt flfUughttfs tht72othc th bloodvii- ilbf the scalp Uae Jails sir4Rc ncwfo occaEsfonaUr and yo wULcotljo o or St 4H OURCORRESPONDENTS iENuck From Our Regular Correspondent We are haying the lion part of March just now and the mythi cal prophesy of the phylosopbical ground hog may yet be verified Though the weather was not propitious on Sunday several persons froth a distance attenaed religious services at this place Mr Jas Ryans end sister Naa ieoC Lebanon were the guests of their cousin Mrs Sally Fenirick Saturday and Sunday Master Bernard Brey of Whites ville Dariess county is visiting his brother Rev Celestine Buy at the pa jconave at this piece Miss Lizzie Montgomery of Louisville is speeding View weeks with relatives and friends in this neighborhoodMr WA Smithof Springfield wee visiting T J Nally on Sunday HH and Mrs Alex Thompson witQ Miss Maggie of Fredericks town spent some days last week with their mother Mrs Uianna mith and other friends in the village James M Janes made a business trip to Lebanon last week Mrs Sally B Finwick was has tily summoned to Now Market on Wednesday last to the bedside of her sisterinlaw and niece Mrs Loaard Spalding and daughter the latter is said to be fatally burned while the mother in her frantic ut tempts te extinguish the fiamesion her burning child burned the flesh from her hands until araputaj tion will be necessary to save her ifeSThe general indications in our neck of the woods are for a full acreage of crops Tobacco men are in most cases preparing to in crease the acreage on that particu lar line More plant bide are sewn and under construction than t or auy previous season bqt the shortage tn plants last year has cataed t some extent yet the out 1uti prepared than common Active farmeriif claini that the ehrol1 cry of hid times if is Jess frequent nndto the man who eaflwtla0 work for a living there is o only a place but a de raaritHor him on the farm at living gasp POLINttFrom Our t Farmers are through sowing tobacco sled and ost of their plowing MI Ike Lynch entertained thI oting folks with a music BociaF last Saturday uifbt Mr D P Bishop has returned after a three months slav with friends and relatiues in Owensboro Mfti Emma Barlow of Moores rtlfe was the pleasantjjuest of Mils Lula Crow Thursday last Mrs Fannie Eddleman visited Mrs Lou Williams and family last week Miss Jennie Bodine is spending the week with Miss Fannie Hays S U Bishop and Dan Nielwere- n Bloomfield Friday last Mr Hence Scott was at Bloom field list week and one oi hisi horse became frightened atthe tram and ran into a barbed wire fence cut tinaU four of his lega and injured himself severely Frank Chcsser bought WilliAm Dathehi farm Gt490 HuJTy Dardin has moied back here to live ho came back Thurs dnyIas Mr Davis row of Beechland was over home at Polm Saturdtj and Sunday last 31rV Jahits 8ims rind wife of Fen wickr visiteJ4rJei Hanancl wife ISat rda1 and Sll1di ft icI TEX Lm Outcgtu1irCor eaponant- tNothitig d of a eniational nan haoccbfied lin our midstf o ur1rl1 ast tiotSSoirMtleffL merciarman dropping in our little J VUage tiblbitsA 1Uu 01t Jamples I hoping to increase his sa lesTken again a piano auent with hIs l smobth flowing Unguage accompanied at intervals by the tnobai ous notes Our farmers are still discussingv scientifically the best way tFtnefrp plowing and the Care jpf Spring lambs and hw to obtain the best yield tlfOlltS s The thing our people tre takingi tho most lalerosfcin iis cur NorcuaJ School whiph is to begin March 23anSI contipue Qixteeu woks Prof JI Lee Thompson a graduate of Lebanon Ohio will have charge of the work This is an opjiortun ity far the tetfchers Gild those pre paring for bettor work ilrThomp Ion is wideawako narr and thoroughly up in his workaM jiss Sallie She wmker of Miicktl vile is the guest of her Bister Mrs Dude CocanoliglierS Ti Miss Bettio B Deboflaud Migjr Lucy Ray were in Lebanon Satur day and Sunday Last Saturday RrE Yhayne lear a cbfck betweenthis place and Is ltle1setetutD w receive rewarcf r tIMiss StellaCregor Bon the sick list o Nory Carstoto and wire lr OrareJ Switch visited the family ot Char lie Brady Saturday and Sunday l Messrs Samuel Baker Jeffetis Yager and John Prather of Boyle i csuntjr oent Sunday this place BEJECHLAND rFrem Our Hegular Correspeade- ptBrolherfnrmeraHS 1 tiefor you to wake up and know what lagoing onoa the outside Take your county paper and alstr some other 1 eoodvrceklr newspaper Postybut self and have cplnions and cenric tions of jouc owDi It is of the bst interest to your county paper to give thepeoplo the mete snd mat te and things proper to be pub hshed Patronize your C9unty paper and tfce Editor will bf able Jfi 0 giro you facts and incidents as the are transpiring 3 Stpwa havr been few nnd farbe tween tbitf season and the one on Saturday and Sunday was not an unwelcome visitor though labor was suspended Iola short wfile S The young ladies lsff this neighborhood 9 S hay organized aYGO society which ptomtses to bo quite nn addition to the social feature of iS 1new1 hLodgehome bat Saturflay iright for the 3 firttimp 1 Ji Prayer meeting was held at Mr g J 8GrJorv I s r y nighL Mr Hubert Hoard is wi h us S once mor after I n 8DStie orev toral month flw4lJexiain odor u short time Mr Robert Thompson of your town united his Brents jar title place one day last week Mr Elijah Lewis of Cincinnati was at this pla co the first of thc week a4 JJiss Martha Ftaya has returned to her home after being at the Bad side other sister pr ejpratcta iBJ e f MiisiMary frnithas been very j ill zig her hojne nsgf l rebbute are glad to say ji nowioraenhaVira proved V Cij t I E t Iron y uegu1roTTesondnL Jk It tieemsilis vrinjers tcigtf s norI quite veret sweair wpktt tip last ondj morning And Jound mother earth all carpeted witli the wfiiterelveiy anoffr X Mitt PrudSeiNarty of this place 1eivttbi week for Kew Jfyreh where she wrll tut end echoo to hetr brothor Prof Jas Nlly Mft andnr Ed Osbourno Due ea throug1hisVIntet llast Saturday I ipiii 1o01ctiiBntsvhiILl Messrs linvden andWm Jock 1irtr t arp c1iteaiIipjac la5Pfl4ay0lQQL t t ioiiar1in- goo1ti p J t Mi EugieI1fl vtsitd St JUttrys1nt SuiiJiyr tbeie iilrelj iis WHwt J StSi usp a ome ittraciibTofcrftlleret iIon 3r- EIchtfi4unttfenievatlfiety vl lJitJ X i Jflt1loft1tisnjaie1vjitid J h t landIast Monday onibusiness r ft vN jw i nrersareusy sowing ota andpreparing corn groumk MlaaAnnre Nai1ofCedj inle7EraukNaftpi Master Cle veliJd JliU ir on th e ictiijsrv rmp1IVintof Uhe week Misses tulie ana Pruiitf jfclly peprlast KcfdtV1 nf hV in CecVl vi1e hb l J01RNal1j Mr Glsc6w 6tr Cecjlviii spent Saturjlay 8nd Sunday with family bi iJJ JlillV MtDzid rP Jr t r g very enjoyable dining jut Tiles y tSale for stock is quite ndtin in ihi eigbborbojd tJ Phi ltA T 5 Nottto beTrit cdIWith Tsethj1 Will peopl never learn Ibmi a Mcbld kpacoiaenTi bo dreadod ald ibar hen tmitIzOthouId J premptly applied Tbere Iuo knowj ng whtratho irotib1aiI1eud ind whj complete rocoVory li tbo ruta tie etptloi wgg UttjbljT fregentrnnd thouundr upon thoqundsof fatal J1Ir 1ullIlm16lnJl1iJJclonantl y1rIflipgayrnpto1s JhondtflJier are today popntleMrinvalldarrjip catjs trace blt oorapainU to coldt whlcji t tbeiilmdof Mcqrrect saVe no boo ernvani were therfprnglted Whep troubled wjth la eoldtiwViiljnjW laln qdugh ne aeayjI prompiiind effectual 25 and 60e per bottle i1iE tI JIfta ttifb uiiber o- flyuicnii3t1du Il ibiho J L ftrnT U 1l1lfEpt 455 IJfIr jHoME I lt t l iDELbg An iilunfrateH monthly maea X i t T l d pdblfshedntChiciigcanr J containing StcricSj Skefchce g Inna eyory thing Tnferesunglfof l the horn t J ajs3o btut1f aibitnib t1 itttbnwsThAD wht pals t IPne polr atJ tt ywaeqtBag irlt j any ddres5AsQLuTitLx gil J ii Va I I r Our umborti5imitedaud jt- ffrst ome fiis t served V V j 4ddresaitlcominunications t 1E LnDION JJR 1 t S1tPUArJISIEt t 1iwi liIs WaoernliundjjdDoiaiJbiwuntt tf oranyrase ot CaUnht atkcnn not 10oarEiiby ITslIs Ctairh qur 1JciEEY1 i tOpro Tolrdc Wthe nndsrstgncdhc ri9rn iZ Cheney fur the lost fifteen yrs and bo Hero hliniwrfeilly hipotRbit InHU boy l Inosa trajiMcfi6n5andi UprndaUy abls o carry out any obligations itt itfebrr hak iirth West TrtxtkbutesaieD- ruk1atsTo1odo owddIg KiiuiI MarVnWUo1esafii AijfjjialtijTplpsT r Ohio ltaliraGiiurThf prB Itdfntl1l- ernI nctlng dJrpctlT upon ho blond nnd Mdeud5urfach dflnd Jijisteint Prlo 75o Y r ixjttlpf wild 35f MlVdrjfij gLuistf tttUmbnlWsfreo JI hawANs4lLii4Hii5t Yiwy TriNi it ih UAi P8in kdrI yt4WMMttIIiI PY1 f t TurAaiiftiPe Auitte Mofs r JmbUMpII iyer Chesry PCeSI tak bti C1d2rftl tlctin curIng my lIrtth5 cbiWr taiO n4erbCecoId n fft4- ttUlr toriWliti ii5 rrittrj ty f iiiiiIt g1If itMrl1t ttihia ptciPv- trtrv rp r c tlf tiTHE ME WSFADEd r i HENRYS J lla R f THtf RDAY11AOH1QiRQ6 ac r E L DAVISON JBj ANPTHER recordb reS ki Ug z Xel1 utiky riigfslaLuiJliis a jpurlied audHha people are giv- i444 ia a rest and tlioiow of Abuse beenA1I1outsidehas ceased itis to tie hoped Kentuckys fceRlsla grtpast sts lions haVcTbeea remarkable but lornothing Jkood lhe astbeI fore this tpnei was remarkable loriiti length of terii as well ass for its impotency inpasaJng any ourIf Comes along this last which not 1oilyfailed to accomplish any thing for good but by disgrace J fromJ4 e all the outside world The bit r a terness and ill feeling engendered j senatorjfrL t Dloretl may survlve the present session and pas doubtless already done i more towards making enemie- amongg previously good friends than years of time can corrects May we ne 1elI another such even if Ilentuckybe compiled to get along with only oneSSenator JACK CH1l has sheathed his bqwie andputtup his pistols and got upon the raging platform r after they session closedthe other night and orated at a great tats And yet the woodcock hind hi i peace Tim Democratic press and the Democraticdate censure Gov Bradlev for calling out troops to prevent trouble at Frankfort Or course1 what could be more natural c ii WlLLrlSBURQ i Being tr yottr Riular tforre Iapondent vacated his reportorial chair just oa thffVbirom struck our Borg 1 cdhdordediojot down o few 9 t papershallas newsy a letter eta your regular rt eorreaponlcnt foi I would hare to draw on nay fmagnjatron too rnirch but shall try and Jeal in facts threeza ft frr oodl tnr s onegrocery store trite drugstore blackwitb shftp a Jagon starker ffrst Tvl hotel a pouring nujl dfitilleryV two preach 4 ers a judge two Attorneys and a andbuaYGjOldies and best bat not toast a HissFayMerrhfSiar yQr tEs place is nceIIlllnr Jonn L Sparcy mid Ahoe near ttipAp Lwrenceburg last bfuctloay The Missee llawiina of Law onoeburg bare rented the property of WilliarcrShewmaker in our burg We cordially wclc otm such citizeia f in01lfmldst S B Noelbf BVooVsville is now a full fledged attorney Reef d Sutherland attorneys f bare formed a prtnership to pros ecute claims before the Pension 2scPartmentat Wuqln n f Jemee Browns fl rJjgmi11nt k i rliisplace unSrer the aapervinidn of 6 Worganv of Richoiond Idre nearing coiapl tj6r ami ifwe1lae favorable weather by next r Wednesday week we 4can have our sK whPat gronnif utiome- i On last Thursojy evening Miss j JdauriceCbcatat theeeldepce of r rMrUiQtt fln Mr Silver ale arnv in j honor of his sonJJTr W W lUtt Those present were MfMei IJeateB tossi s ReedtuJfaan t 1 eavon My GridertFhrrMessr JHl1ndJel aM KI Sstrrtrland p i t Olose Rill JuKit Jffclfoy T3 mMi1 r John setiy Er1Ji A1r It rt 1nodime o 11 f d if 1 SHitRPSlILLE From Our RcgulairCorrespondeat James Accra died at ifs resi dance at this placen the llth fast 8cfind recently moved here frontyarns Springs fle leaver s1widovrintfifour small childrento mounl =his JpejBjand tQ tJt Jfwe extend our profound 8cipSthy in this theirgaeat barearement Mr Jawionf of Wady Shelby county vl stet his sitter Mr Acors14st atutday- lra Levisi JJoUama aced 87 yean tiled at the home of her andson George Walker pear Rockbridge on the 15th Mra Wnw ease is reported to be somewhat better but still in pre caaious can lilioniThos A Tatum and wife of Moo esvi1te were visiting in this Ticinhy seqeral days last wqekI Charlie Montgomery of ttrooke ville was visiting his rotative soar here on Sunday Mrs Sarah Hryes was called to the bedside of her mother Mrs Mahala Brown last Manday BORN To the wife of William Young on the 2da ffine girl J T Cabinxer has left the old home place and moved with hi widowed mother eIhave been here for a long time and in all my Hie J never saw snob poor prospects for p 1 heat crap Those who have been plowing inform me that there are good pro s cuts worms this year g Yj mIMPROVED BARN FRAME An Ohio Man Cheap and excellent Way of Ikkla 1C One Benefit of the agricultural depres sion of the past few yeura will be to force fanners to find simple and eco nomical methods of doing everything even to putting up buildings Such a fIlSbceti PLnIIARV JRUlE of BeliefontaineO t Be sends drawings and descriptions of tho structure to The Breeder Gazette from which the ill trations hero shown are reproduced An architect to whom Mr Snawver lt11nnltt the plans said this plank barn frame was stronger than if it had been made of solid timber Bow thebaild managed to make it so will be seen from tire illnstrationa Many people go to visit Mr Shan Per s cheap strong barn As will be no I1 HIST rid ISTEEIOP BEXT Ill filDB VIET teen it has no cross ties which is great advantage in mowing away ha A honofoikorfflingcanbe manipulated to much better advantage The smaller parts joinu and various details of the itrtftture ate seen In the last group of illustrations plcbarncompared with the old style On tbia PLATE A5fb roars liofnfcMr EbaWYeAvriteat It toot two Of ta four dye to get read to rule Counting labor at 3 Per day and 60 fratniloUddi 1titr0aldLliawJ120 been i i f 1 BUYING DIAMONDS A STOR OF HOW WOMEN CONDUCT THE TRANSACTIONY f ls A Jeweler Tails wAynRe at Pma- ra3riapaWmDialers Jijtind by Ka4jb Other la That BespeatE rorIte the 8tsadud vuraot tosda TotEeprlvite officQ70f a prominent jeweler yesterday entered a middle Aged woman richly caparisoned in Bounce and fnrbelawj and evidently forming part of the dough that makes the upper crust She hjld in one hand a diamond earring The jewel was large and bril ant With entirecoolness of demeanor chajpidt 1 lost thQ mate to this Will be kind enough to tell me what it will cost to got ahoihereiactly JUtelU The jowelereyed her keenly and then said Jlndam where did you loso your earring The effect of this simple question upon the woman was surprising She was evidently unprepared for the query and there was certainly something in It that disturbed her It makeS no differ enoewhero I lost it eke answered in a decidedly sharp tone What will it cost me to obtain another exactly like thta1aDd she held up the sparkling stone Did yon advertise for tbeeno you lost madam persisted the jeweler has that got to do with the matter she replied in hn angry tout t Vell madam was the imtliug ply if you advertise for the earring itsand then you would not bo placed under the necessity of ascertaining what it would cost to replace it Advertise first madam and if you do not recover the jewel come in again and I will answer your questions Saying this tbe dia mond dealer politely bowed the now fretting and fuming woman to the door UWhy will women lie in such small affairs said the jewfilerwearily and why will nearly every purchaserof a diamond look upon the merchant t with whom ho or she deals as a rascal That Woman hasnt lost an earring She has purchased a pair perhaps on trialand she will go to nearly every jeweler in town with that petty lie and endeavor to get a price upon that stono It is one of the finest of diamonds and evidently came from one of our leading dealers Whom she insists on believing is engaged in a scheme to rob her The chances are that she will eventually getln the hands of some unscrupulous merchant whom she can find even In big stores Be will tell her that the stone is Off color trod contains a flaw Bo will show her a poor diamond of tbe sumo sirens the other and fix upon it a price which he knows is less than the fine brilliant could be sold for The rosult will be that madam will send her fine brilliant back in a rage and buy the inferior stone for twice what it is worth This evil has grown to such an extant that it is some times impossible to detect tho fraudu lent character cf the storks brought us They ace all very ingenious As are suit bfg houses except iu rare eases re fuse to place prices upon jewels broughf to them The jeweler continued People have the queerest iona about diamonds and other jewels and some of them give us much trouble The most general delu urea is that diaiiondd have a standard 8value just as arbitrarily fixed as that of donblo eagle You will frequentlynear people saIt is aU excellent invest ment to place your money in fioo dia machern carat tad you can always sell them for just what yen paid frirTmrn My lady buys a bacdsotae brooch for t700 and after wearing it a yepr or two en deavors to sell it to her jeweler or p er haps a his rival She II offered 300 for it She then throws up her bands and lifts np her voice and protests that she Ifas been swindled What nonsense is nil this With diamonds as with other merchandise a stone b worth exactly what it will bring Wtne it otherwis there could be no profit iu diamond dealing Row could I muko ntony in gelling double eagleswheu I would have to pay 20 for em and could not sell them t ay more r In a very flue Ibdiau brilliant n my finger I buafibt it at a forced sale and paid nearly 10 for it Yes terday I was offered 1803 for it but l would not sell because lam in lovo wit the stone Yet I caflnotsay that the tone is worth 1800 It was worth it at the time that sum was offeredfor 1t by ouo who wanted it but if L vore compelled to sell it next week at 71 hours police I might not get fOOO for it Why should a woman expect to wear a brooch for two years and tton obtain for it the sumo manershe paid for it Last week I bought a new carriage and JtaidCl800 for it I said to a friend Come uud take an 3800 drive with me Be looked at mo as if bethought me Ul scaraltielvitldriceythrough park not be able toobtain 1000 for it tuff Jtwelry it is much the same wnyT Philadelphia Times Bloraland Ostrich The Cape Times aa that a pccaUar asexperience buf ll a looivl cyclist Donald Menzles recently Hu was riding along tee main road from Cape Town to Sow erfet Wst Strand when an ostrich at traoted apparently by what was iu its waltzraround the bicycle After a few preliint nary antics the bird toolcitinto its bead to pace Mr Menztea and so long m it pertained from using Us wings tbltc cUlt and the ostrich managed a deadbeat llbwever after covering about half a ratio in this tluscstrich util bcd its stumpy wings as sails and paceleavingthat the blrd troubled Mr MenzJus no more The mind is found tnoatroqutomnd most uneasy in tho morriing Dn ooaino53 Is indeed n spooled of sa gacity apasaiveangadity Foolaare neror untxisyrlootkta eFor several oonturiea aninfaaion of nntgalls treated with sulphate ol iron composed the only known ink I tiPqUfr blintlnese pr ZheQ Igbtoalr tocaclad f r 4JIW d I p 1 r C e GGMGILLa IJ4CoatLbr PFDLRLER IN Grath anFie1d2oeds ULL STOCK OIL lBUILDING MATERIAL Fertilizer Royal Cement Wall Plaster Plaster of Paris Cement Lime Salt Flooring Shingles Lathes Doors Sash Blinds etc The weighing of Live Stock solicited Highest Cash price paid for foal Hides and all kinds ff Grain and 1 I Field Seeds t1Office and Warerocms Doctor and Railroad Streets s a s saBw as W J BURTON BEN JJAYDON s- rJJ M uooBE- N HA DON Sr Manager llndortakursd and FFunural Directors Coffins Caskets Burial Rubes Of all Kinds I FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answeredI promptly night or day The services ofall EXPERIENCED EMBALMER a graduate from a school of embalming have been engaged J Mu BURTON COe H gan Block Springfield Ky FAULOONER RUES ELEVENTH Grand CombInation Saleu I of HORSES to be held nt DANNI LLE KY in Entries now being taken Send tcr Entry Blniikn at once if you wish to enter hPeasel attention given to Hofsen to be handled for Sale E P FAULCONEB WM RUE Patronize Home Industry BRING YOUR BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS ENVELOPES INVITATIONS and Everything in th Printing Line to- We uss will do the work 4uicklyneatly and m THE LATEST TYtEJ t Jrov s4 1lntNEWRpi t 0 i3 f SEE 11 y MELROY a y SllULiI 6 I FOR I ff HARDWAltil 4t I f TINWARE u tr 2 f STOVES TSti SEE OUR NEW LINE OP u frO BiselFs Chilled 4wi f a Brown O t h t vators and Brown J9ditml hovaIIrL Buckeye and Meyers prceBiwiipi- BICYQLES Id AND PISTOLS r r y Country Produce takeninB iicrort36odi J tpoO Tin Roofing and Qutterint A Specialty See our STET L RANGES ajndjgarbu prices I Good Old Granny Metcalf 86 years pit living at l XIouroostrcot PadncahKyf says that Ii Doll Pine Tai Honey is the boat grip cure cgugpt lung and ronchl remedy that has been offered during her life Guaranteed by all dealers TABLETS BUOKEYE PILB OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUTPIlESI A SURK and CERTAIH CURE known foMD years asthe BEST REMEDY for ILEi SOLS nY ALL JlKl1GGI8T8L- It4 1 tOm A new theory in tbo treatment of coughs lung and brbnchinl affection has been advanced by the manufacturers trulrit p on a poxitivc guarantee POULTRY GepsttDucksdelivered at our special car in Springfield on Monday Tneaday Frid1March9lhfor which we will pay Cash as fcl lows Bens and Turkeys 5e per pound and Jo in addition for delivery Roosters 10 and 12ic each Geese 20 to aoc each Ducks15 to 201 each Guinea Keeten 15o en6h Pigeons 8 13 each and 51 per cent additional for deliyery See agents J Fielder Smith ndJ3mes Voterfl fat particular 4t MUDD PETERSON oilllAtblACkever mild DrUellsPInd Tar Honey pr o nounee it the best cough and Inng rem ody on earth Its true ton so all deal firs guarantee it i 44LenDebrwaseletrvrerii herd atai Wbm the wu a CtOd aha crW fee bbecame ate dung to Opatorta 1Lcn abe had CLMwa At ft iicniOartorl fiamfet and H7 UH Hamlot learns from Horatio and his companions of the apparition of bid fa thera spirit His prophetic soul trendy presage foul play and through the darkness of his tnspidfons now risestbe blood rid snn of revenge Up to thisi point Hamlet has been a perfectly sane and rational young man In the meet Ibg with tho ghost again there is noth fog abnormal in hisattitnderhe iaover cpmpvritha eon beholding his fathers tonewhlmghost sccna Hamlet la overwhelmedf with grief ana indignation on learning of the infamy by which his father mot his death Totbe actor this is aeceno of intense and prolonged excitementmore exhausting thnb rhapsplay l lvlithattb whether thus to waste ones vital force pontheofl tbo ghost his faceis avertedtrom the publio and probably the actors ex citement is lost upon them but never fexcjtation in order to reach Jbat condi Uon of hysteria wilcb overcomes Eats let after the gfioflts departure leteagain HamleMI seems to me behaves m1ot totribtetdwhicbbier He Ja all dn fire jq swoop to revenge with wings as swift afi njedifa BntthusiS rd out And hero tbtv actor herald makfl physicalshaustiouprevents x cuttht impulse cf h8 mindtheweak pted pbysicaj maclJoo is l81tWOrQ vUngf9tfb6mflJlglttar jttyiow ft4 y jht I 3 t l t r FOR 1OQf1t y If 3 OIL pay now you can ge you County Paper th8 NEWS UEMDER FOR ONE YEAR v l t I 1tagiht 1 Kei Featuru Bet Drtss I i t Newsy irf y w SpICY orJ Off dm al v v r Jlld81dlld8llt r r And an indesperitible vlir ti f itor inevery household + if Help us with your dofliir 1 and w will give yotl at z paper of which wlhip ion County wili 4 be proud 1 r d OR J lof 61 OVf6 spill read yeti the jffKWs Lwpxt1 and the Weekly Cottritr Jol1rnarIQroJlItJur NEWfrLBAiik and weekly Corns 2 mcrcJall for ilJJl NibrsLEADRJt cad Cincinnati figrtirei fot318dr falit cltTL t RD t endCiacifintid Tri eafW r COIDmerCfel =Gaza ariat fo Ci6 liivyCall for rater on other tapers end t magetines Coble la and Se lAitOt send ill your taSoftejf I0 ELDAVI8QNJR 4tt tlro J tl t 1 i s r c TV I j 7 rii T r1 c 7 l i r L 1 1 r rHS NEW LGAERi d vJ J j 1 f eeBE1EWSLEADEit fDlwDD EV nt t rauasiia Y ottxi s7LT m SPRINGFIELb1 Yst l ifftMttl 4ntaIMAtYatrN- I 4r Iitr i 6Vold1lUB 4 t6 r Go11l Alloy 59 l Araaliramw i Bo 1 White 1i1111ur6o use aj 03ftREtt4w Iteffl IsY I B LEATHERMiK DENTIST 4rr BArlDSTOWN KT TEETH EXTnAT D WITELOUT j PAIN By tld use 6l ViwlizedAir lktJrand a nair method of my own which leaves no bad effects Artificial teeth of different grades end prices tOil fitting teeth may b tightened at amall exoanie Bridge work and crowning I I ep eoi lt Hirstclass work Prices remnable For the Presentf n Springiieid the first Wednesday Tbaraday and Friday of each month and longer ifwork it plenty Ofide aver Haydon 1 Robertsons IIrssor with Dr Cooper tttifc o Bee628i Fourth At nae Lautsvihe Ky DR F R WILDER 3RJFRiNEHSRTi i 4 FPICK HOURS i to 4 p m Tuesdays and Saturday n IPltlROFtKLD KENTUCKY ODR JBRCOOPR1 o ice over Haydo a RobrUcn drug re Maim St SPRINGFIELD K- YPRJjBfllITONt DENTISTI TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN tri tnaH Kaa Ulock over Manifleld gal atre SPRINGFIELD KY T XNYJDEV =SALOON JOHN r GREENS PROP Bxclniivfc Sale of the I Famous Yell stSne Whiskey PUllS BRkN1IYSWIRES CIGARS TOBACCO L n t2FOR 1 THi t1yVGornmcia1 PM tt btdtrsofuIiPoper- As r F ftItjasdl laen xntblaiptt- dtklsrM roite year AaranI Jt lifitit r irp1rif l1tJ tr fYaG o xwaLti4DtartlwJTb saati t e tiiVe iebtvt11eWe3tlyI KCtaJa K j 61 paritllei vvlt q ordnb- trialLay wa tkr Krepolhpn weekly o n If ctfIlu t JPS1 y JLjiT TOWN Nwif = t a11s9e1de Seed oata 1qrM1 by 0 0 McG- Frealibyeadyever Yat lhonril 1lI Jn rn ili IJ f s t t Aobradr t McElroj tvon Uno of pistols and 3 Baleoyiayfor sale by ofoQiitcGm A good quality and low price lowest pricer ever named on all lines of goods at MansfleIdar Go to HerUbinaforyopr fresh oy- etereeerVedatall hours and in anyc style Northern seed potatoes cheaper than ever bqfori for saT byJ AvBibHB I A lot otcarpet samples suitable for rugs for salejit a sacrifice at Thomp son Clements Give them a caDII J Walter Brb7n will have his plan ing mill In operation in a few dayeand will be prepared to fill all orders in that line r Mrs J G Mansfield has returned home and Is now prepared to show the latest noYJattfesjIn mflllnery ladles dress goods And furnishings ulna ble mfbrlnation wIUbe givjsn toous tomeraIregard to latest fashions JSairardaJfalternpon lMt aclargo crowd fU lefolk5wQregfveJiapartyc at the residence of O RTif cElroy the r occasion being the celebration ofthe eeenth birthdayof John Bhucl Mc Elroy JrMAIl present has thor ouglilygood time A surprise to Miss cJAnThose present tfere Misses Ella braycroftBettIe Irvine Annie DIGruridy Annie Cunningham Myrtle IICampbellvin Joe Claybrook Garland Cunningham Wi D McElroy Will Hagan Ernest and Joe Mansfield The C L 8 C met with Miss Jen ale Brown on Monday evening it was a delightful occasion Some of the visitors kindly assisted in the reg ular semimonthly lesson After this Miss Annie Cunningham entertained the society with beautiful recitation Mr Ernest Mansfield read an able paper on the Educational Advanta t gee of the Day Professor tabby an address on American History MrsIW W Ray and Miss Jennie Craycrof closed the meeting with music They will meet with Mrs Ray on March Mrs Kate Williams who is to open a millinery department the store of Cunningham Duncan will be preparedfor her opening on April 1st next Mrs Williams is now in Louisville and Cincinnati where she is making a study of the Spring styles with a view of7 selecting one of the most stylish and complete lines of millinery goods ever brought OI Springfield Remember the opening April Istt and dont fail to call and see her stock Mrs Williams has made a study of the business and Is competet to do good work NOTICE There will be a rasas contention of ths Republicans ot Washington county held at the Court louse in dpringfield Ky Monday arch 22180at 180 p m for the purs pose of selecting delegates to represent said county in the Reoubji can State Convention to bh hdluatt Lexington April 15 1896 and qlao to select delates to represent saidi county in the District Cquveh from for the Fourth Congrefsionsl district 10 be held at lodgenaViller April118 TL WHARTON Chairmen Repib County Con WANTED A goodtenant t torraise corn and tobacco Add ess or apply at once toTJ MILLER Willlsburg Ky NO I EIWill offer six head of norses for io the highest bidder Arch 23 Cduh QonrDay Terms made known onI diy of bal- dQld flitJ NOTICE cVeditbnrare hereby notified th- t Will receive anjl hear claim against the estate of James Mrers signed at my office Springfield ky tiom Match 1896 tjtC NOB 1 Ainerof James lotyersi a Vhehevfif the little cblldron heiad lessor the big men waflttlitthletblnfc to 8TOtrnlatetbolr liyer procure conBtlottjou1 atid bIllo1SneMiiDr ficlls Tiny Toni Tablets U srliat they must havps They rnteandifl0rieT rifepMtj Pnrelyvee- tablry30c aviai ovbrwbetet- l1 f a Pr e PERSONAL r mO Reed Is in Louisville Arthur JppbeU is in Wpeelinyt W Vei Miss Mary Nob Ii Visiting friends at Valley Hill AMI Frsd fihelton of Lebanon Spent Sunday horo Onarlea McChordlraq home last week from Richmond MrIDr Ray after acreeks flees is able to booutitgtiid Mr A Ounnlngham let Tuesday for Cincinnati to be gone for a week JMisI Mag TbBmpson and Nettie Leaohman were In Bardstown Saturday Misses LydaGrnndy and tattle Molvoy spent several days herelast week Misses Rice and tRay Thur man were in Louisville several days last week Miss Mary Bevill of Lebanonhae- returned home after a very pleasant stay among tffends The Misses VanArsdall of Pleasant Grove neighborhood were in town the first of the week Dr Cooper of Montana returned home after 4 pleasant visit to bis nefrbiw Dr JtB Cooper Mr Irvine Adkinson and sister Miss Ettle of Cardwoll are visiting the visiting the family of W JFowler Mrs Allen mother of Mrs SB Thompson is here id remaja at the Springfield Hotel durng the absence Mr and Mrs SV Thompson C R McElroy and his grand daughter Miss Annie McOhord left Monday for atrip to Chicago and Kan sas City They will be gone several weeks Mr and Mrs S B Thompson and Naomi left yesterday for an extensive pleasure trip South and West They will visit New Orleans points in Texas Kansas and Mi- aouriud expect to be gone several J t Messrs E L Davison James NoD antjJohnfiJiader of Springfield were In town on business yesterday and were weloome callers at the Record office Mr Davison is the editor of the spicy NKWSLBADEB having pur chased the plant of Messrs Noe and Hardin Nelson Recor- dNOTICE To the Ladiesof Washington and surrounding counties- I am now ready to do up Lace Curtains fo the year and would ballad to tecelve a portion of Your patronage Respectfully BELLE TABYEE Sprlngffeld Ky Simon S llerttnah of Tuntlelton W Vtu naa been subject to Attacks of cone about once a year and would have to call a Doctor and then Buffer about tvelVa hours as mUch as corns do when they die TIo was taken reoootly just the setae as atother times and concluded toI try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy JIg brlIII tok one dOao of it and It gave me rolls in flue minutea That is more than any thing else baa done for W- ePLYMOUTH ROOKS PLYMOUTHROCBB BXCLVSTVBLY t have some very fine cockerels and pullotn1 tor sale at a reasonable price Also eggiJ in season MRs HM O NAX- ISpringfield Ky j7r hollr Ant Pain cures dUrrbwa end auromer complaint cramps colic aiid pain by healing the Inflammatloqt It stop fermentation amt reline Iu- tmeiately nil danger of f rera is avoided by its ue 2V and 50c bottles guaranteed by all dealers bUttNQUIWAU1ItEt YERMI FU E- FOft O YEAR fHM led sill WORM Remedies NfEEItiprnusaetr ttso ftJTro f Ughtnlna Het Drops What a Funny Name 1 Vet True b1lt KHM All isle geld CvoryWhere Every Dour Wttbout lPollef There la No Par slAtwat4 elNaeletlfor1- 97ten oho had she gsuthem Castcrin 5 = lti t iiJ Ill Great Improvements Going on at = THE touisville stor Originators of Low Prices i Are this week receiving New Dress Goods Ginghams Dimities Lames Piques Ducks q Crepon And many other new and pretty Novelties Clothing Shoes Hats Neckties Negligee Shirts And all kinds of Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods We sell the best goods for the least money and as we have said in our first letter Truthful Advertising and no Misrepresentation Keep your eye on this column it Will do you good J K HENDFKDN BUTCHER p 1 have removed my shop to jut below the Commercial Hoteland desire furnish to inform my patrons that Iam fetter prepared than erefrrto Choice Meats at Lower Prices I also pay the highest Cash Price for Poultry Hides ffurst file Sutherland tsgle Evo Salve lv he- heet ointment In the world for any and kinds of sore ores akin diseases otc and Its guaranteed to cure by all dealer put up In tubes at 20o each Now iis the time to subscribe for the Kmrs LuADBitj only it a yean Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honey Is different from all other cough remedies It cures by allaying the inflammation and giv InK tORe strength vigor and VlUUfj to the reapllory organs QUarau ed by all dealer t Est ranpnt Voantf Drltooit Nyl Whnt some of these youn cner spend on their clothes You Would oPen jour oycs it yofffcaw some ot tho things got ready for them Fancy a pink silk uichtshlrt with roses embroidered On the chest Others have openworked fronts and one that ma Bud 1 saw was titnmed with lace on which forgottup note were embroidered taco fronts to evening socks are another item Such extravagance as they indulge In must make thom oucoited creatures ThorojJ my young man Ma and tand Emmto and Susie went for 0 oclock tea to hs rooms the other day and when Wo v6nt into bis sleeping room tosettlo our hats ODd washour bands wefoundhedtrelr lug table li moss of gold and Silver and turquoe Hehad his monogram in dia mondfQh the tortoiaoiholl backs of his brushes A gold boftVof lovobprknian ship hold bis rings audit tjArf ctbr fIt qUiaite old carved ivory casVO t vIa nbg ontho wall for medicine chew Inl afraid Iball have Bomb bpnble iH breaking 1tO man In 110 hd spoiled biinsclf and tbo annoying part 8henhfmae1fDlacUhandsom en met Itwill take me years to make lIsbtLobdadw befahlh Waf Ihe late JL Carnot brcsldeut tiff the frcojch ro Ublibj dd from a stroke of apoplexy tiofvetl heard tit the ixoepfe tbseabjcoteofthe sultail abd this iseJplalbodasf foljdfrs jpupat Jeund ic3lpriutediiiEvoryljodybas known the crisilBt1 att tempt vhich out off the life oT A Cat Sot But nir nootf its iidyi Wiibhod fepnstautinoplelht papXira v ffd ordersi sdltaittrtteinadbpossible jto conceal lact like tHat of thd death of tea regretted pte ldjiUtdl thfl rendi yopubji Abdul SarnJd answer bdLeE theft ear that fio died front apopliuy Ho red heat tbQevent might suggestto one of hisfniQKts thi islca pfihjltaflur Gascrlfn rf ti i MEAT SHOP 1 Weak eyes are made itrortft dint vl ion Is made clear tyes are rem91dand- gt nUatOtl lids or sore UCla or any kInd maybe speedily and effoctualfy cured by the use of Sutherland Eagle Eye1 Salve Ita put op in tubes and sold en a guarantee by all dealers La level jfdlI the littl hab1 of Allceton Jeuer IOU county Wia en joys the diltlnction of being the JOb 1 tKowin icttlemeat of arty site vritholt a Wofnan resident Of Inhabitant the agohimmediately ArretAlicekJ A Afpinvrall out of the rfry first settlers of the contt At present it has o star route mall BMVice daily a drfgoods anti grocery store butter and cheesy lactOry bJacfasmltb end repairing perrhapthe town Without a woman Chic Tribune rblId JDaii Tim flocks of llamas baldngedl td tbd sun and tbd inoa It was dentil to kill one It oeftoin seasons otihb yoar they wore collected from trigj bills and shorn Iiflrgo Dam bcrsWor sent to supply food ioif tho our and to be used at the religious fes ovals and sacrifices Halo Hamad only wero killed Thbuwool belonged to tho inca and vas stored in tli government depositories mid dealt out According as the peoplds wants requiredi In third way they wore prdi vital with trarni clothing Whop they bad worked up enough wool irii to clothing for themselves they went then omplnyed in working up nm terialfortho Inca Tbd distribution of tbd wool and superintendence of its manufaotqro wdMin thehands of ofJQoors appointed fox the purpose No ono vaa allowed to be idle Idle ness watt o crime and waa Severely punishedAll mines belonged tothdihoaj andwgr tlworkediothiebeiibfiL Tid Vorioi6mployniont3 word usually JnibdLbands of aiowjbndbocamd Loreditaryf Trhat the fdthBrTrasi alai U11JDDbecame A great part of th6 agrioulturalprodnots was stored upanddowntbb tothe seen thaittb ro nab net bhonco for a man to bOOmo ribhi neither oaul t tie become poor Tlio Spirit af sppou tcJCbS Y I jl t 9 NEW SPRING STALES j j i i f i 4 IICENTS Fine frenStt DressG Dgh lfl ricltefoGhi1dJIIQINGIfAMS1 f The Best Calicos fd r4c Fulltime elttic l litffat r terns in Percales It Cf H Just receiving now the Largesttsbck ot brasrGook evea shown hcre Keep your yte on our f9ti uiprices it will jJayytrt vwiJ xrMCGHORDv R fS u0 lrl8ol vz UUSf E E11 E New Spring GO 1 diS r r c tWe afenodr repafed la shod the Lfstg ask ibi itorlttftt line ot the followinc gpodi tttbr shown iIii lkbt6w r t tIndiar jCard Piqaes 15b 20p and up iStriped atiQ ObecfcedDinlity 15c lciQo a 1ni fCurtainit Laca Curtains SDc pair lt ANew Line oif EMBROH5EME t 4 t iibd1d3 ISTIl or Jaconet 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Animals uEtci Smells jflujcri as = VhrBQrOOtoOOoorodfcVfencowhonyouoantnakethfl W1REFEffCCI FORt3TO2aCENTWAROD1I BROTHER HiriKovino Tetrh tVdnaan t o5siTijrompty1rep1fed qgolighfariteerIrIn Notfmind1tstdmong OvojOstyIeBI A Circulart Earn Vtth Silo P HKJngTfHHng to Rural Nr Yqrjccr yBL Tho circular baru with a silo in the tenter dcicribod in a report of Jlje WiecouHiii station is a thorough ly prjfcllcal structure There ia no rea f son wIll the franco tho sill lUaU vl1I npblaati n3 nitn34ny 6tbcrpartof the framo ct p patdundbijtejBilbgoJieyer reaches Jho fclpdaing which arc practically and continuously antothorportlOI1otthebttrUfrnmoThis 411bRi fnVfandfdBorntrllMill PohlrfN ry bum ofr tff ioj1d ft foxtodito 91Vvilh a IotetUo ce co rJ81e15t1 ajiUn pdrpj ajpiccasEitKi as thare onji thabtthoon XhesO Uor i rabJo protection from tio cold blasts of hottri KENTUCKY FAIIUt The following bates haYe been decided upon aa the tithe for holding Kentucky Fairs each Association be ing allotted a Wt elc and binding iteelf to continue its enAttions from three to 4qal1mc GkJ gInntugJtMt 1 tjil k eJnn1ngJ IalnJJ gthidug AU tQampbellsvillef w beginning August SPRINGFIELD crfpek f beginning August 17 Lebanon week beginning August 24 Bardatowp weok beginning August BowUng Green week beginning SepBemJber7 C v Franitifuweok egthnthgEoptM ber 14 septmborOpen date probably Henderson IOweneboro berS ootI SWEET CORN AS FARM CROP Some ofthe Adv ntaee le1iye4FIoDi Growing the Swee t Varieties tt tiqInrxftor of surprise to American Cultivator that the sweet varieties of corn nrtJ idt moro generally cultivated ftiUowiug is what thirf authority says ohth Knlrjectti ff v The grain yield qf sweet corn is aa large as that of other corn for though tho ears are generally small most kindstof sweet corn will bear two three andtoccasionally more oars oq a fttallc Forlthose wbpmer ly grow corn to feed the- sweetarefyifli great advantages Its stalks are richer and sweeter ban ojtfi nary field cornif they aro out as nIl cotn should So whoa the grain has just begun to harden B sid94tbis sweat coni generally brings 1 considerably higher price in the market than other corn There are tome difllcultfea In1 proper ly drying sweet corn because of the cessivo amount of moisture it cpntaiiiB which with its sweetness makeSy Its especial value But when a sweet corn beglus to Bry J des out moro qniftkly thud niiy other If nlways cuts imd 1insId etriy ternrfinn laced day or two in un ewpQinT which every farerpu1Ibave In thjs timo they IllMiysa much bai tim torn thw hcii bqpnt jq largo cribs without dan gerof becomlng moldy But it large portion of tho sweet corn crop is sold iu its green state and for much higher prices than ordinary corn bripgs by His bushel Twelve to 15 cents is the price which green corn usuallyliriuga early in the benson This soon runs down but vent the lowest ratca corn sold by the ordinaryoornuntil tfiry and shelled Tho price paid by canning factories isstUMower than that sold to grocers and private houses But the farmers near a canning factory hvo always found Sfteet corn one of Iheir best paying crops find they have learned to grow it to the exclusion of ordinary corn feeding the surplus on their farm Sweet com when thqroughlydried cnn bo gronud and makes a light palatable and easily digested meal Gronud with tho cob mixing a little common corn nod oats with it eons to make the cob grind moro finely gives n feed that wit be eaten by nil stock and that will bo lless likely to cloy them than ordinary grain meaL But there i a still more proflfa bla UBOfor Bwcet corn if cut while very grei and its grain sliced from the green cob ami spread thinly in an evap orator This if put when fully dry in bags in a cool place will keep fJ good condition for using after bqiug soaked in water a few hours to regain its orig mel freshness ConvEo prepared is quito as good as canned corn and in less trou blo to nrepare Jtfs easy in almost any locality to crctr demand for this dried sweet corn by leaving fiomont stores to bos ftiqr giving a littlo ou trial to those who will bo likely to come cnstomeia Wherever this evapo mtert corn is oucft tried it will soon create steady and paying demand for it nitrogen From the Air That nitrogen can bo obtained from the air for fertilizing crops instead of paying Iii to 25 cepts per pound for itI Orammoninnow been abuudautly demonstrated Clover and othor loguminuus plants if their roots are infected with the proper ftettheinodnlos found ou tho roots of these le guminons plants contain minuto organ lame that enable tho plantto fix free ui trogcn Just how this is dono i3Bot deli nitely settled although progress in this direction Is being yearly rondo by care Eufdue discoveryono of the greatest strides that Agricultural science has made of latp jcnrSf and calls attention to tho Iacit that bacteria is also roajxmsiblo for ranch Pro re in thodairy and tho ef 1SIectaniI 011libthatgood bacteria and Retritl of the bad jostJyrecellngstitutes end other iaunersmeetlnge fo r diEcu slouthi winter Alfalfa MO lioney Plant OrangoJ1IddThe cultivation of alfalfa has added considerably to the honey crop of tie JJnited Statue No other honey plan f pos given sncba1boomiMtobcekcepil g especial Jy In the woaern slfjies This pjantftauds ho droughfvand when well On7OpsOflaytfiiug cMfails as ifsroafspsuctrutp rTciyiI 11 1hogrotznl1 JDtnfI1UY cascs TcacKipgiwater otil5tootdcepu3 coca contiuuous flowTofcJipnestfrpBj this plants commeucing Ibajuiddicvort a1 tina IJ15Ungt1ntiItbo 1st of cp Aibor Jor serera1pcrdwIJIoxt 18 arflodrqngb it otceosouV Alfalfa non tey tliffcrsliut littIld frpniSyfiftVcloTorl It is iu ovoryrespbct as gbtxll nnd is fluot 3 a thorcark9s at tho highest riI- SSS i tPL FACTSr BOUT HEN MANURE E ritiTt IQ lIt = With 4Absotntve YorQtck ropi hJifnran r1 ethxbn0tetbUflImfl15b5VOflflcOifainS both the 10Udand liquId exr Vhereaa the dung of cowa and hoises contains coxnparattvolylittle of their urine un less absorbonta bavo been freely used Nitrogen ammonia is voided mainly iu the liquid part Whence if both solid und liquid excrement UO obtained to gether this most expensive clement pf plant food is sqyod together with the rpptwhrahd phpsphates in the solid cx mmentHen manure contains lolFthese manurial substances except what the fowl retains for sustenance growth and fropplngBIdepends pen of fowls fed onU concentrated mixI tnraof wheat bran 8 parts linseed meal 4 ground oats 6 pave a manure con taming onefourth more plant food than a like pen fed on cornmeal instead of this mixture The quality of hen manure usually cared for varies Widely When first void ed by well fed birds it contains about 60 per ceut water 18 per cent nitrogen phosphoric acid and phuh onehalf of per cent with about 20 percent In soluble matter lime magnesia sand etc tho balance being organic matter of Jittld nominal value At 15 cents cents and 4 cents per pound respectively tho nitrogen in a ton of such fresh drop pirifefl worth 3JOf phosphoric acid 91 potash 40 cents total vulnef580per tont Bu nearly half of tbis nitrogen may bo lost by evaporation and as it Is tho most Valuable part care should taken to preserve it This may bo readi lly done by freely using an absorbent ender tho roosts also using it in thd bar rats or piles in which the lure is kept carefully sheltered from moisture or heat Dry earth well dried muck laud plaster gypsum or sulphate of lime or even finely sifted coal ashes make excellent absorbents but not limo orrrood ashes because they might liber ate tho ammonia nitrogen Unless absorbents ore thus used and the manure frequently scraped up mixed with more absorbents 1tput in a sheltered place The American Agriculturist authority for the foregoing calculates that abou- totielialfjts yalao js lost The New York experiment station fountl that ednlt liens kept in confine meat rundo about 80 pounds of drop pingSpcr year fresh weight or about 15 pounds air dry On tho above basis thii would be worth 8 cents Fattening fowls made moro and ranch richer ma nure iBongbly speaking therefore it may bo said that heu manure may be reckoned as worth 5 to 10 cents Per fwl per year according to the care tak en of it Tbo plant food in hen manure is most in a soluble form quickly available to plants and useful to give crops n good start or for quick growing crops The Best Vie of Straw If the only object of grain growing farmers ia to work their straw stack in to manure as quickly ns possible the best way would boto give stock free ac cess to it They riil eat some and tram pIe down much more than they eat This makes a largo iqilnnre pile bnt so poor in plant food thtt it usually has to bo rotted down before it is worth draw lug very far Bnt this plan of letting stock eat from the stack has its disad vantages Baya American Cultivator an jthority for tho following They work largo holes into the stack trying tO get at the chaff scattered through the straw and which they like baUer Iflho stack is fenced In h part of it may be cut down and fed to stock in their feeding racks What they reject may be either used aa bedding or put and mixed with some grain meal or bran if fodder ia very carco Brau makes an excellent ffreQ with grain straw By inclosing the stack many accidents will bo avoided aa scarcely a whiter passes but somo poor animal is covered by tho stack whicL falls on hInt after lie has eaten holes nearly tq the center Now when hay is nrcoaS much use as possible should be made of tbo straw The side next the thrashing machine will usually be fullest of chuff and wortb most for feedlng It is at this side that stdck always be gin on a stack and pulling it out ranch of the chaff is wasted nod trampled nn her foot a Hamlet and njvterla Hamlet Ilearns from Horatio and his companions of tbo apparitiouof his fa thera spirit His prophetic soul already presages foul play and through the darkness of his suspicions now rises tho bloodred sun of revenge TJptothia point BernIce has been n perfectly sans and rational young man In the tenet ing with tho ghost again there is nothing abnormn1iubIsattftudohoisovor 81Iirlthim rJgnfdlosg of perils In the second ghost scene Camlet is overwhelmed with griff and indignation bb llearn iig of tile infamy by which his father met his death To thonctor thIS ja becenejjpf Intense and prolonged excitement mgro exbaustiirgi because pent tp than per hops any other passage in thbWholp playx I hftvo sometimes asked myself with that AecomT consciousness of the actor whether thus tto wnsteonea vital forc6 could have auy compensating effect uri the audience for Hamlets eyealye fixed on the ghost his lace is averted from the public aid probably the nctors citcmentia lost upon them but uever tbojess conclude that it is 1 rrfor bo actor to tnldergo ihia strain of espitatiop Iq order to reach that Uion of hysteria whicfo pycrcpnjea Pamt let after tbo ghoita departure Bore xigafn Haiulot iit Eeemvtd morbohaTe8 just 5fiby bighiycvrought young mlin would bohavp on hearing of the terriblff fat Ob lied befallen a beloved ilierfHpJa all 9n lire to Byeeptp his rQvcxovflli wings swift as ineditar xtfpu tifllrtS thoughts of love Butjtho fire 1t tpo ilercerit pcrfbrco bnrna itself otife And hero the actort should wake clearl to the nnilieucoL that physibarexr hapstioilprcvcnta Hdmlet Irpin carrying tit thj impaliq of his mndf t4 weak iteroUl the mlndBeerbbbui Tree iu Fort nightlyi Reyicffr j j Bueklenskfnica Salv The cutsbrulsesjtorfetter obhpped handa chilblains cores and nil skin eruption and posl pyrutrotto to eatlsactton dr uioncT refunded Pit o 25cv pjlpoxattIjaydon tt Kobertsona Drug tft fOd rzytCupfcpl o CCltaayi ahllohii Catarrh llemedyla liTthe flraf medlcinol hare1 ner f und that wpuadol me anirifood PrteejSbc J S1jcC c 0 1053 Of VOJCE After Acute llrpn ittsC- DXXDI JY TTBDia 5 5S AYBRS cyPctora1 PRECNEftSWEREKCE three months ago I tpok a vie lent cold which resulted in au attack of acute bronchitis put myselZ under medical trealmenV illt the end of two mon ls was lio betfer I found ifi Very difficult ibpreacli and concluded to try Aver Cherry Pectoral Tlje first bottlq pirc mQIgreat relief jtiie second vhiclil am now taking has relieved me almost TanltIes more will effect a pethuu1xtIt cure To all ministers suffering rain throat troubleslrecoxnniendAyersX Chepectora1xEMBnAwLwrD Publication V- nAyejfs Cherry Pectoral 1 GOt MEDAL AT THE WOBIFB FAIn ATQTS All llast iripter r GeoA Mills of Lebanon Conn was bad IT afflicted with rbetim ti m At times it was 10 se ereI that he could not stand upright but was drawn over on ons side I tried eht ramedie without receivIng relief he lay until about fix months ago I tMtight a bottle of Cbainberlaina Pain Balm After lining it for tnree dara my rheumatlrm wal gone and has not re urnedsiuceN Ram Nerve end Boo Oil cures Rheumatism Cuts Sorts DumB naA Bruises for asc Neats Lnxqtire Is not a core anyon break Your leg Ntats Jjixativo Will not put it together again but if you sri broke in health and picket Soc ia not much to pay fora bottle of Neats Lax tive which never faila to cure constipr lion and kindred allnvnts SSS1iF 200 A VISIT ll Ii a phytlcUn nina fee A I I 5O Cent bottle 9f Neats Laxative wntp tttnln rood order ItI cures Torpid rld Slnnriih Liver Coa rUpatlo INdcb i tc PI treforlnaCandRXdoeadcDt1Jcand rriUble rentttr A1i yonrdror dstforiu Fulltnrormalionfnrabbet ETLWTWE COLocliiiie f Your Boy Wont Live a Montk Ro Mr Oilman Brown of 34 Milt 86 S tilth CJardrer Mass was told by the doctors His son bad lung trouble lowing typhoid mnlara and ho spent three hundred and seventyflve dollars with doctors who 11nlgavehlm up- atying Your boy wont live a month 110 trIed Dr Kings New Dincrtvory and a few bolt es restored l him tobealth and enabled bjpi to go to work a rerfectlT will inan He ears he owes Ills present Xood hearth to use of Dr Kings New BlssovoryVand known 1t to bo thq hlllt 1ntoldixr1uugtbub1st Triolbot tlo5 f 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