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JeftJ r1praod tJfI 4 d Jglt1th be toadlett nth lard wa eiilor Jnji jreanay ol hap piness or Mind 1VlthJ auger pr ifespe ration at any rate bee could n6tseeaHibotfg a briht moon a5 sblnb f r Jo R tmfrof theyardjbe foHBd hjnwlf r r1heF tJ rpul9m p i 11y 1 dDipl n J i d tried to driye over tree three Jjfee lri ciVcnmfereBCii in a cilsfa- fecerf wfthe r Blvta cYve Mgh tJhave tJ et there ye t htd ill n9 ep f9 hetlmel1rrl ii 17l tbey C1Jglady brothers whoi alter some hard work dislodged the youngJtellow andsterjfcdjbiin JiiiB on the jpadhome rip LEASANT GfiOVHlt Was myI privilege to visit that thlfQt nel hborhood recepUy- known aa to t uGroveuor Pleasant drove The Grove is not a town norj a villagtnor even erosroads but just auJ181Jtb bprhood which includes within radiustrf A few miles fifteen or twenty of the prettiest and most prosperous farms to be round Jn the State not excepting the lamo Bluegrass region The community is an old settled one many of the families living oa the same ftrms owned by their fathers and grandfathers They arn clever ajid hospitable people and live welland a visitor in their midst will be given a taste of true Kentucky hospitality = =There seems to Pf qittdwnies and several large cat Qes of small fisb are reported Mr B A McElroy who has a floe fisb has treated some of bis friends to a days fishing and quite number of good strings havebeen brougbt away They do say that some days ago a party of ladles went out to try for a bite And were so elated with tbolr success that they paid no attention to a drenchiojf rain which camo op but stood and pulled on t the si Iver side beauties ujatildarkneas when thayWent horne wet bit happy tn the pos session of two hundred fish r p saiNG RoOBE0si 0 lor theI puttinff in of th water 1 tlpwgt stnAnc1 rof- RQber hat EIIPt 4 lI1ap pr pfpflle of th ipipeIuBiI a ilt is iolfei H if owt f a ed in gettfr Mti atep thr coit of hpP 1b ithi t rtbloptiJo 1 belJ l- tn tre l t hQll1 p lbt fof 120000 aod pletHlblr op fiDjOOO fthHcbitax t noi ex ceed the latr nre there is jtttle doTjbi tiittttiatf the wrk U bJ Il a u ndlll- 1t1t1w it n rh i ijh rt1 it gfgf- J t m is 1ti fig in August and prospects are pfight for a succesBfpjl AVRnt Toe work of getting ujrtbe cat afoguesl which to be pu brare jfsbed at tbe NE vsLpADER office has begum sthd if tae bus loess men and otbers take the jpiroper interest there is no rear- Snwby our next fair not be a buccess in eVjBry ii esgecfc i IWITE OIJR FARMERS NotlcCB kaeOO or grain wanted or for or exchange Inserted in col amn fitKk cnmoe Purtner are re best tp send in stock or croif items fur pabllcaUon QerA ppiheS that Fa rfield D Jn1 lIfntaIklngJiborl J irEUaB ttfells rented his farm n6ar foWn td a tobacc man from the hHIs of Washington county He once lived on the same form and Is not a very de Irjlble citizen in this comm uityandWJ Wellshas been so not fle4i Whle llyirfg here the fanners lost ftn j hee iatf hogi whicli they trickeatoyhis5 hpaiB iTurkey ndI chicken1coopsVere plundered by hbn one night while he Wdl Itt the act oti robbing Coop otttir Tfowla Mr Joe Bryant let him have the contents of a lboub barrel bt gttii ttr Sh oS burn eilracled ninety Jblrd shot frjom his carcasJii oTfie citizeus of this co munity want no nch cattle as nIfiict thtoWlrall district ia sorely tIredI of 1Akit mc ti y WtL1n d iniere like tie on dl day and kaye 6et dybhashadg f lIp tti f t+ oit are becomlt Ho pro ritible ft product of the frtn that noTRft fannerajd8hthe l cUgt grove on their farm were wr er than they BQWiref1fhiJe others are cottfmp t tag planting their rough 01 workout hfll sides to the wood as the tree a not at all particular astOthesofl ItI II V J1yat nb ece sary irito plant few nchea of root from four to silt inches apart and ijaiurV will do tBe test Danville Advocate Illfitfres good horta lie yhich is go lug the 10nndliA coll born some time ago at Carmel Miasv was s6 ttUfujU Ibhb th ma to k It up in the palm of hid hlndiJ and carI rlad ittato the hotie to show to a Bick child Some tlnie after this a womancarried the colt ttrpdnd in her ipVon Ifrthrived despite ita small ness and is now a promising animal t If The enterprising association at Louisville By j has entered the field with a ftiturity for foals of 1806 to be known aatho Kentucky Matron Stake The total value it 9ioqo of Whioh i000 b for two e 1oId tKttt pacot 93000 for two te4t olds that trot and 7000 to theyeaf old that trot t t J Rlflent belli disapIJofnted in theA Dig things of life xrhteh hurts a man the Worst the defeated candidate1 for guyertipfcgik pVel1 it jitter ft f days putth ffl4ttho iid kicked wBllfl applyin mdftontaller to the soTd heal ota mule cant feel right toward the World under twelve months Do trait Free Press t t t J W Qivens is back from Lexing ton Miss after a very satisfactory trip He disposed of 40 mules and horses at 965 to 8100 The section is in a very prosperous condition at present more so than since the war he thinnerInterior Journal J I I The local horse market continues low 8 Vefal good hortfed Wdfe dflfHeo1 Ion the fretitahero last Rfoilaay but there wa4 poor demand Mr 8 M Karrickthe Uveryman pub up six but only ofld Was sold that pne bringing nIy849 One good blind rpadstef Was Sold on the street tt 60 i r tr Jtr 1 II M df 8eafl1l8fad d two head neadbf bowetf tcTO W Barnett lot ne otk JDtIlu and pne emU fane mat fer which Jir Serf paid fifty five ttJra difference If sejp ms atmui eis rpidlf going up I t tAtliland wiUces by Bed Wllkes the1 lHte e t JohBRfGen 1twJ k Wl t yt OI ct t rJC1 11I lUu Scettldw C11WgeofGeBtryJd yottlIIt l j wen of this pnnty aW alarnled v a1c iot p6 ii ihJ Ii t 1 tit tft f ffiT i 1fP J 1a J tllargest tend owner In the goteth He bold 70000 acres ant 1900 pVopli pay hliaJtent t fJctihetL H Combr farm of 310 acres twQtaitatfandahalf from Lexington was sold at auction to Alex Pearson ol f1o hie1ipot wh 1ht t T F Tornerat TeXa Ey haa for sale a good palrof work mtiles 14 handa high 1 tr itA cotfE TI0 Inresponae to a call from County Chairman J L Whartbn the Bepnh licans of Washington county inet in convention t the Jcourt house londay afternoonfor the purpose of selecting delegates to the district convention which meets at Hodgensville April 13 M l tWl a8Eo i n marfaiidiryrs ONbesecretbry df the meeting A cdmmitteeon resolutions was ap pointed and drafted a set apprroving tHe can of the state and district con ventlons endorsing the principles of the Republican party favoring tariff reform and IMo McKinley act The section endorsing Hon John W Lewis was as follows That we com mend the services of durable repre sentative in Congress the Hon John W4 LeWis who has proven himself ev rAliV8 fe th iuterfsts of hte con stiiqepts In the Fourth OongTCftional diabict JAnd thatjwe matructtha dele ptedf ibis con ritf 1Jo use ail hon Vnkb inesnB to wcure his noinlnajLion at tie district toqvention a our can didate for CongreM- iIt w saWo rewived that the con vention instrdct its delegates to the Stat conventioh to Cast tho vote of Washington county for Got Jno B Carlisle olfMaridfl CdUiiiifo Dele gate front the 4th g ngrtSsiphal ttya trict to the N lOb l convention to be held at St Loulfl ilo 16th day of June 1895 and eaD honorable means to secure his election The following resolution endorsing Gov Bradley s recant action in calling out the malitja was adopted Wbereaa U appears from the statement of ahuost the entire press oftbo tate and the evidence of many onh1t1 reBp ota let citizens of all parties that there was a conspiracy formed by some of the members of the Senate of Kentucky and the Ser geant atarms of said body with a numqer of notorious mfltt trvrcrn in as assistants in violation of the conetitu tionof Kentucky ior the purpose of electing certftln party to the Senate of the United States pF preVeHt the election of any other parties and did in the Senate chamber nniault with force and violence ono Senator and threatened Violence to others We therefore resolve That the Republi cans of Washington county In conten tion aisembled p most unqnaUfledty ettdorte Gov BfOOleytt tcourageous and atrioUc course In calling out the maiatia thereby preventirigHb vio lence and bloodshed which would have inevitably eniued ttt for ibis prompt and decisiyo ftctioni andnll good citi zeh e le s bt nrty In o opln ion should commenfljhim lot the pre servation of the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth Tl oba or t Aycrs Ifnlr tgnr aro titled and dollctuo Unit which doe not aoU or bccouio randd by expwauro to tbp Blrntid which a perfect nil batltutc for thooil lpplI HMy uatdro In youth and lioaltli as modern chemistry can produce kE TVH j ifIJ The following bite hftte been de cided upon as the tune for holding Kentucky Fairs each Association be log Allotted a week and binding itself to continue its eznibitions from three to five days during that time Bharpebnlg week beginning July 20 Winchester week beginning July 27- vDanvilo week beginning August Campboliavllloi week beginning Aogtttt SplUNagmLD week beginning AugUBt It- Lebanon week beginning August 24 Bardotown Week beginning August 31 Bowllflg 3re0n week beginning Sepsemba 7 Pra dklto We k beglntiillg Septem ber 14 Week beginning 8ept mt data probably Henderspn Sept mbet 28 OwODboro week belnntng Ooto- b 6 tlwO lives Saved MrtPhribhd tllonlM of Junction CUr HLt wm told Jjy hef dnctota hfc had consumption and that theffi was nti liopo fof berbot two bdtUfeg of Df Kintra Ke iMacpVery uompldtdjrl cured her aAd sfao By0 II sated 4ier Hftt MnThpa JtysanlW Florida 81 HAn ticUtebi Bttrfef from tt dreadful eoldj JCpfroacli ing capBtnltptlon tried ttUbotli resttlt eycrjthfnjr else iben bought dnU hbttld of IMlkinjtVlf ew Plstrovery utfd in two it eok 5Ya eared He ubrlLt thnk J dJt Jt JntcU rosalitaj fit wfilcfr tho d ard samplfls that pro vAVuH Aibnderfnl fI iin t IijJ Ugbijlpt o trjl ittktSrt U tlo lty rnj il g j i2jj i tc jj rr1i t r c tflUtJfiOR RbS rOc D I11i Td tpi KARD NSCREtK Vrom Pair Rtgular oJdCorrwpoliiJctil And still Jtpy ie toemn can didatM or congrew I did ndidet fhey would be 16 ttjck titlyi Well this iis a frcejbaH cafl but boyg all ofyba VHo hljsi tfa beo about your bonnet ot blf 1 would lav look well ta your lcrell for I opine that John W Lewis will make whoever gettthis plum pay for it It It to be hbpe4 that wa will not be Isfflicted wfto Kn other pr m ryelctionTlJe1at worae thin a sconrge of cholera or small pox for they would put men Ion their good behanor butihVpri m4rytUood liorddelirer us hrdi igracoful scones enacted at Frankfort dunrig the late lension of tke legislature are the legiti mate fruits of trickery and boodle iii county politics Well ifseems right aow that inc ground hog tBe goose bone and tbeI bic corn shuck bavo combined to give us a spell of winicf right slap in the lap of spring B P Unffin is moving to tbe place be rented fromTSk llo Adams near here Our little village ii growing opacei 11 0 Ga rUn er haa finisk id ll blacksmith shop and dwelling j T Adatts is uildiDg a itore house He went to Lebanon the other day to get abinglefyand rum ber1uthe found prices so much higher thanul Springfield thtt he did notbHiybn instead wet to your town and supjlted hirarelf UliO- ei BEECHLAND tfrx m Onr Rpgular CorrestrtmBtehtw Very extensive preparatiODS are being made throughout tHisi as well as other sections of the country far quite an ext nriT tobacco ciop While the perceptible decline iin the markets and the crops continual increase it is a self evident fact that the industry trill in the near future cease to be one of profit In the exigency of whinhf who wilt suggest the remedy It is a notice able fact among the people of the present age that whefa some shall have engaged in a certain industry and it haa proven prufiwble for all others to engage in tpe same It does teem that if we could have n atfrariety of drops nil might prove moro profitable Our county is wen adapted to the cultivation and growth of hemp broomcorn and many other products of the soiland sonie of our enterprishg young men have sugt 8tod the cultivation ol heartichokes Miss Lulio Campbell ot Spring field visited relatives here lust week Mf John Burks of Mercer county visited hero the first of tbt week Mr John Clark and Miss Mollie Buttles were married last Thursday at the residence of the brides Uncle Xir Dick Shevrtnaker SLUiCeS From Onr Bagular Corrtspoudent Snow and rain are the order oi the day preventing the circulation oi people or news acd work is pro rossing en a small scale Mr J R Derry and family of TcxaI ate at J ilerrys where they will make a short stav then return to their fortner home in Yirr and Mrs T 1 Corbett spent unday at Mr John Sdetensf Mr S LCambron wife and hildfefl were visiting here las week f Miss Etta Hill was in par midst ridaylast fillrtl Oenevieve Walke of Louis filU is home on a 8hortrYisU Mr James Edelenrphb ft dor social voung men Ii8 epedaj position at Su Vincentsi tfnion C UTty J ft fe1f rQt itJ kitt dea Ot1At1Jlurt ray lt t f vEn ttd ttinc drlt R fn tfjt i- ill r L 11 f i i t i8iii 1 j jiiitt tIfi fBorllr tilIeJ- tetfiveiherb s hrcJy t td f awilri tf l ptS1t Turner known as the jtnUlI- oJit b tittre mUe NoH1r r this place wall e1111tet lj4tj fi bY Jre 1 tJiKbr A t O pjclpckt Wfr db no t npwvtifi Jtaufet Of insuranbe The jionie jraJicO W pnid oby a bjhjinvifrhp attsttjnad dome fosVlpMp LfUrnitah iejc 0ifticiie oe nrid fatally ol yopr town Visited relatiyesat thlB Iacfe Sunday j ilenry Peterson balh nMiL9 hom Ne or f an JJ b jPeterspn from Chicago whtrXei have been with acat Joadot j tttj try t t1JtJldis tWde and hj IIlbrothcrybar tcnco were out hhntingaad in get ting over the fence i3SjidieVgtafi was discharged and the whole load entering Jjt e tTht cutting arteries etoBo frlee Bo etfjrf bs 1orejnedlcal aid could be jba tt thai the jfa jionftn attendaneiioBldiot 8ave I1isutb rt Thfi physicisnii ta Attendance HtO DeboMXjr eJd1 and Lamptpn l2ddiejingered piatit abjpnt 6 oclock of tkef sae dayY thlsn quietly and peatrefoijiy jTell to slflep The ret ti 8ftilrrilndf attended elfselyl His ifttber Imafe Brater Miss Borsj yet Jfyei reen Ala but were dispatctedfor 3 mediately andreturnedjipnie abcat 2 oclock un Sandny oEddie wal the thud child of Georgp0oaie atd wife bright fntellljent ftfed i favorite with all IJro 14 gJqf1d- om jconducted thefaBeralaervic es at Bethlefieffl chBTCttottltfof Sry ODd theb6dy wai SobrnHbthyceiB etpry bjr waif bearer KaylurlCiii berhn John ocbanoigber Jobs Pet tlD dnet re 8 rj IjeacBman Enott Beggley Jaraei Andenbn Wm MuipbyjiJaCpb Peterson J Pope LawreticV Cliy Brady AUrett Whit mlB 118 tire Community eltend syfcalby to tie Bad ana ieitate taaUlyi i Misses Debo and Clayhrooke accompanwd by Mr ilubert Clay brooke are iliending several dsys at Danvile with relatives and friends S 1t tL From out Regular tferrbspotuUii As it baa been quite8fhnij iinci a lettet f ott fur T cinity Mri tl1peoplecorumns of yourviuableptpI rf thh we still live Mr James Ak t8 ofJShtrptyiHei died last Monday iifgliiV r6 jnaina were interrea it tn M Freedom cometerj on the Jolorinif lay Mr Afeera Cleaves a Tilfq snd two little gir Itt in 1ll tnevlo nsbanij and father TbeirSiai rtttiJ frlcnu sypathisfl Un thcjto Matried it the nome pr5u a Glito rQJa tafDahter tQ fQ 1 ulh ttt t it ever shine m prpspetit in the ntl e 1bthe cdlgriitulatitrni cir4 eir DlIIt lricn L D th li day two more souls wore 4fcide happy Mr Oharley Hole anii the laughter of iilrltV foleywjeE United itt the bonds of matritronia i The lurmeri intthis Vijsfnity ife j up with their work genewllysMak ingj forty pel cen t ot h ttobacco fOP for the year Ut doliWe the t a era ipth lqc ltr Wm Cbrnls w receHllyljf 0ke hlo etI X tO 1pititi tJ 9LWl1 odto ititcphlJd fJy baldj no p pant rJhIRc w 6fe nle bal d l1iLbei jflilJj 1ajfleo- et1m 1 KJQYCB O i 7cntl l b ljg r pdkI to Uibb jt drtenlrR tie1 t rlMlt1il w npteaftitf1 abtlitet tdfetw b11trittr f tp lift ai tolllfc enS 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toltbe re lftf t4It fJ poffililenuw i1JJrfi Ji l girls will appear printed on i paper from by tone cuts Vash Ingtori county Is qne of the beat in K = 1 ropose F P sho1 vfttt OU bigqI dastrial and historical nuratiertt 1fi r t1r i itnb p3teli- b rrlit fttat9J 1i rtakin f t iI1t Syeoa Mfitoroduc a- lre lQtion1ttbtSe tetb t JJl anento fr m tnl 0 friends 6f CreMnrf thrpughpilf the coun rytiybp resolution tt61Zig f tl 11nd lfavoreitht the United Stateltn m r ttoIJAPftI1 ri alrrJfQS s iPf tBdn1 khitfJ b3D n1ltiMils spokedoquently irallvo C Of b S o1flio anoksai hat h6 Mbtn0 c1atlne1 twa iarb1 as I Jirl TiJiiinTrY n t 2 lrlMfrdl i 1 dp J manbe E laCe tm 4q lrt t Jr serYQ his hft and Jlbel ty e rr4 1C1fvlI ti I ic wv tTJHB McKinley boom is on and U MHWCj uir fi f1i gamia strength HU work fer ara 011 And em1o 6e hsrd jp i s It KnfVt WAiier in Kenwtky 1 where they are evidently trying1 fc tj work up antagonism to Brao ley Sboaiaoy JV u O bowJ tttJs dU81vg9tinto th 9 i f11 rErnfd tziVis S f J say tbat Je wfidia1 carry at least JrrrJQte jI t him GOY rdor7of ntiefr Cdmbaon T t tI11tV UJ1t f v f =it v Tiildl jis OJ too tI i p rkersbur W Va t sp ak ii kc WQf OlubS if4 alsoSbl41sbj9p9red to t1ijQii j1 i it S e tkins r 1 FREDERICKTOWN f mOrn ulr orT PODdenIJ The milt trbet oMiJierc andI BaTdSwm Ife8 been agitating the j tnis drthe Areary applicants For mlm rbVcWiVrirct was given 6 t31r1ttlifhuht8 t f j 9is Will ojnIrriimlvy WlF o 1 r m townS anyu f J 10 It ltlrI1Iru1futJwl promising ti9JqiaDl f J ofFjmYloJtis h re rrut oLQuisViI1 t b1YRoqa8 klrs I1tlaffBuckm n bas returneif from Louisville mujUimproved JaLtlci kf3 MTIlHttitSl1L t h trett t cd jin lf f1ttP1 tft it t- ofii ifiierrtr nntJJMdt- t1rf1lrIS3 Or ri t frjy isithlrr Sn 1V j J tlS IJinmsV n1YJck h1L pn lJQtWll pe JJ r j tJJ o eJll uDttAJr JAGi Cecil 4 Our11ivnb Rifs btlDiiOd the lMt riP b pt nOjI1n county PRtsoon tq rltfi1 e nl vrithalpw n6wtmember8jnve an Cuteri1ri1unent ToLiule MT1MbiYW ter of St- 4i tPSe JJtf rlpi 4t d y aft a tJ lR HYl Qkh fnin MISS tJaI B qt 1 r TolJe rJo lJ t I 4 tht2ue3t of Dr G M ShauItt i Jlsteek 1 ut r 11 D b fJ J41dm i ticlr d JtYd lIa c i tlie t KeIJJu LegJs3 1eCD8 destined tpbe afcc j J J akrr aSii tlC tojit jtybrld l Odwbic1h I ftit5 y il tInUyf withpul tnp ihedding h w n gore tliankaybe ti the law it afcJnlajre rShn daS Wln bavegone tythe 8 me route and tbe wbito winged dove of peace vriVl baVeBpead ber wings pylrthjj TBluejsrasa Commonwealth D Hope has returned roman ex ten 1emrtiJ Ig Centr Jjep nyo rtU1 CJj lQot UItetJ1I UtPm the Hoosier Statp If flUJ JtOt nJY A e pUQ tSllt- tt1a1 fd t Ti A Tatum and wife visiteUrd ti81a T1tAa lSri SjJattweek- J iiJH Gregory andvifet of Jijtj seyjiwe iHeignesls DfrelativetfCn JA8r dhJ 4f Peter Barlow Br4 ohr f dnr pioneer citjiens isVeryr illat hia fu jre rl e XlAiiRife ZAP thr residence ofr Emtpaiirfurfeir officiating The ladies of the Mud DHristian cHuf 3h will give a Donke pafiy at 11tlr1s den Of J L ModreTues day TemngUh Slit for the bene fit o t the cKurch The public js fcorOiallo invited admission ten fentp From tha mouni csrivas hill Bideatfdfalley wejuclga the usual fcrop 6f1tbaccoyill5e planted L ECHO J j t DIEDt I WxtLrhi OGAKA a youngnnan welVknowhMo all the residents of SbffrigfieldV iifid very unexpectedly IcaV Friday1at the home of iris rmbther this place H wasayoung 1nai VJf fefiriDe disposition but liked bV airtrho kneifliim He vras one otleveral eons of William OQaracleceased and was born Und rearfldin Springfield Herwas about ry1r l ie ndfuumarrled O J ooU bat for Thorn Now istheiimo that colts shpnld be xaniinedcjcsely ando for Jice by somebody with sharp dyes These ver ajin generally located most pleuti fdllyDnrtho sides pi the neck in the i trthQ man pndJ1rDun e witb 4Some varieties are so very small mid eel tieajrlyvphlfo that Trnless inspect eii cloKlytheyl aro liable to be mistaken for 8n4ay epcks of dandruff Jneoct ponder applied freely and thoroughly rubbed to is abofit the cheapest and safest jrompdy for these bloodthirsty lit tlpepta in cold weather Washing in a filrcng decoction of quassia chips is Euro to 1511 the vermin but the trouble ia tho remedy applied in coldweather is liable jItokflt thocolt8 too unless they are nodtTobacco smpko applied jyth an in fitnunent ade lor the purpose nod at effectfieiport and js theUost easily andnjaickly applied iifter one learns tbq knack of handling the instrument American florfie Breeder c TURF TOPICS There are 100 horsed now quartered IiJhei Louie vi lie track The Buffalo Driving Park company hay bonded its grounds to the extent of 100000 Imperial Hal 2 20 a very fast ion of Tom Hall is powowned by Dr W A ilon Gahanna 6 It is J ported lhat the Yoring Tim jitnllionTrevilliap i 03 may be cam palgceda ain thisyeaV Ti a Rational Trotting association is cocpof ed of 542 menberfl l701eu than the Ar erJcan association Gil Curry received flattering offer from Germany to go over and rain trot ttrs there which he declined Pennyroyall 2 27 a very promising 47earord by HojeWJ Ikes property of A BDole Hudson Mass is dead tqa loyal Trotting association at Vienna haf a feriea of trotting events for that can for 135000 in stakes and parse Ibe California hone Nutwood Wiikoa Wm be seen on the Pacific circuiti this Ie1SOU His owner clai1Il5 bo is able l Hot in 210 f rhe ushvilloInd Driving associ 1on has bought out the old fair associ etiop of that place and win give one or more trotting meetings this you q9 nlcy wt recently religne 1 tbStBccretaryship of the Kentucky aa siocjation Lexington Eyhas boen elcqt- eoVegcretaryt of the Queen Cityl keyclub Newport Ey tJ J N Snoll the wealthy Massachu ittihor8emanrQwnor of Celaya Jin- dothr oodouc8 has engaged John F Poyria the Kentucky trainer to handle his trpftera this year Stallions with producing daughters rank as follows to date Mambrino- Patohen M Hambletonian JlO Oebrge WilkeB f09 Blue Boll Atoon 98 Nutwood 63 ToldJormTTu 8 torr Indyjvjvalk pn Wnabiiiglnn street vainly trying to stop Rsoutb bound car A white cot como alongj and tba wpm ianibrandisbed berunibreila and call cdout 4Her0r Stop Ypu topl1 h Tbj iridtprmarr slmc1tupn Jittlp- nriTcqllcdPutt T Wp cant 1nYiyoutbis is a jaailcnr Vcll irim d tbVold lady from tbo pavement cant n female tide on it Boston yrjinscrjpti1 k ICE CAVE OF JAPAN iocat x 1ATa ThJ Pra tI JkantUI11 A oaranoe Somo ofgbt or nirio milos from SbpjJf in 1bb woods is tbo ientranoe td tbo gron ipdvpayo wojjad comp Bofnr ta soo a natural oujonlax do p lpn 0X D l in h6sro1l1n tleJDI q9 9h IO fPrjSto Sop yards jiorosg and about 40jfoet 891 AfrtbofpbC of one of the sides fsnjvdorltopenjng in tbolaya a few ffoWnSvhiphi nmyTbefseea tho top of abont20jfootf lip9 K1i nvQ Dwn l1J vio sorambftdfdrisolnje QTotiO foot more till n floor of solid ico moro or less flat raa reaobed7 Y ry carof al p 0 2 alo is n4to co mot fa avoid 1ip lng Qown nndcxtin jgbisfiinf tho tdfobcA For the first 601yards freqn nt block of lavarise fhroogb tbd icaOf ethpfloor while J r tbcre1 9P1ng bqt ic StaYt rootf is oPJetimcs r 40I Ifeet above ones headj so1 times hlf a i 5 toot from tb Boor TBo light of thetorches glnncodoon tihuallyioni icicles Sunny feet long Hpojadont from tho roof Presently We passed sqmo largo blooksol ico whiphliad been out by the opnntry people for sale nt Kof u some miles oft At nearly 400 yards from the ontranoo about 20 wonderful too- stalagmites from 2to foot in heigh trose from the Boor close toa lava wall forming apparently the end of tho cave to meot oioleshnng ing from the roof ironjiwhioh water at this timp of the year continually drops on to them Tho tops of these stalagmites form bpllowbell shapod cylinders giving ont ft faint note like a gong when stmok They aro partly filled with tho water whioh- dripg on to them from the icicles abpyp Sodn by the side of them oil the loft n low arch in the lavu on the level of ibo flopr aboqt 3 foethigh may bo seen Dow this isa strong current of air there is a rapid de tsoorlt for some 35 fept and thence tfio obnrse of thb cave has been foj lowed for another 200 ynrdaor ep but owing to the strong current oi air which cousjaqtly oxttaguishes the torches and the amallnesdof the passage whioh1 slonSs down rdpidly from the entrance no detailed de Ecription of it canrbe givon but un donbtedly the oayprutia on fpp some distance perhaps Jo anpttior outlet for the current of If is very strong at tho ertrenia cpoint tovrhioh any one has yet penetrated Thp ipe has probably remained frozen In the cave lromvtho winter months tho notion of the bighei summer temperature being insuffi Iolent todo moro than affect the suV face of tho ice floor form a few loolbI of water and molt part of ioc stalactites and stalagmites The temperature of the vein summer seldom josceoda 35 degrees F and that in tho deolivity or basin in the ground at the entrance some 10 do groea or 12 degrees higher On go ing up from tho Idttjar to the level ofLsome 20 degrees on a worm day is at once oxpurienced Hero wo stnid the night at the town of Kajijrazawn and next day Tnade tho exciting desoont of the rapids tit tho Kujikawa whioh need no description hero as on oxcollpnt ono is giveu by Messrs Chamberlain Mason in their guide referred to above At Iwabuohi 45 miles from Kajiiozawo reachod in a little over six housQ I entered the train for JKi oto in whioh I spent a most wretch ed night in company w thfl number of moaquitoes whosopowers of pen etrntioal buliovo arc unequalod else where clothes forming no protection whatever a somewhat unpleasant termination to an enjoyable trip London Field A Kentticltlani Idea of Iloaren Captain George Ewing of Bath county Ky was a gallant officer in tho Confederate army and ho iIii now nt hohieon his big blue grass farm fat halo and hearty and ho still rides a horse with tho ease of a Comanohe Talking to somo friends last sum mor at Olympian Springs about heaven ho said IMy idea of heaven is to moot tho boys I Went aflsbiu with and the girls wo used to serenade I want to talk bOSs with Bill Botts nnd hoar Sam Wright about bow many wild turkeys ha shot with one bnl lot I would lit6 to hear old Colonel Murray brag on hid stock of hogs and hear Dick Costigan toll what a smart dog his Tigo was I dont carb nuthin tall about settin round in gblden choirs and play in on harps I never could oven as muohasplay oma Jews harp And say wouldnt 7 look nicp flyin around with a lot of strange ngolBChongo Times HemldiThe foot Who Knew JLatb- uIt wo n inodiooval saying that a fool is novor a complete fool unless ho knows Lathi This may plso b0 said of the pedant the man who is educated beyond his capacity and hencothe kuowlcdgo thatihe cannot assimilate is on inoumbranoe in at tempting to use wblph lie only1 makes himself ridiculous Notes and Queries Tho mind is found most noute and most uneasy in fmorI1ing Dn easiness is indeed a specioaof sa- gncity apassivosagaoityf Fools aru never uncasy Goothe For several centuries nn infusion pf nutgalls treated with sulphattfof iron composed thp only known inKl M Color bliridness or tlipflightost WfiI a 0 C i a M CGILl fb l 1 fU d Y I nuzmJ t MLn ain I s slq t Ei J FT Ci F = J Gt rrBurLDl Xt MA1ERlAL tYm1i FBr1if i7TjR yalC ntr Wall Plaste rfl st of Cement Lime Salt FlpojyijgMShingIe Lathes Doors Sasb Blinds etc The weighing of Live Stock solicited Highest Cash price paid fdr i ioolHide aMiall ifnfls offirain and t FieW Seeds Office 0dVror9sDnctnr and Railroad Streets 1 j BURTON BEN JDO iJMj 01d a etIBEN r otJ Sr flanage UI 8rtakoriiJd FtIIl rar ttBbtors Cofjfins Caskets Burial Rpb s Of all Kinds c PIILLYEQmiTE3D Calls answer promptly night or day f The services of an E ERIENCJE i t EMBALMER graduate from a school off embalming have been engaged = I 3 M BURTON C- Efogan Blqek SpringjBeld 1y r liGHTNINGCURlS Collo Cramps DlarrHCM Flux Cholera M rbuSy Nausea Changes of Water Eta HOT DROPS iPatronize Home Industry HEALS Bruises Scratches Bites o- fAnlmIau tc T 8t88Good Smells Good BREAKS UP A GOLD Eratnwat25 soc PBI Ho Rcticr Ho PAT sac we coatalni two and half tiei M much M je bettl HERD MEDICINE CP i t SPRINOFIEU BRING YOUR t BILL SilADS LETTER HEADS OSrOTB HB CDB ENVELOPES r INVITATI NS andt o EJverytliifig irr t1 i Printirig n t0 U WS- it quiokly J1 lEjtv r 11 1 TH E LA mEl1m1 STY T E WWSiLE lt n S19E 1i 8i1JfiT7 i H f r HABDWAREi tj t tiC4r f Jr Itj TI IN WAJttrt 1 f t dr i STIVt lI= rlJ iJ = 1 t WI1ft y 13JS t l Jhju a1IMa n G4u 1 titl 01 4 ystors rSMVcls7 h tl1tiJJ ndM Y S it pniiw BIC L S JiN rST0L ft1 P M rn fir Goods 4 f t r vJ TinIRQoflnOab tGutteMIJJjSpe drr3 lBee onr STEEL RANfllSWi T g1P11pIt l 11i iGood Old Granny Metcalf M yearroW vinff t 018 Monroe street PadncwhKy naysjtial 4 r HolleEine Taf Honey Is jthe bcul grpf cureicpngh lung and ronchial ronjied v that has JCeen r pflered dnrinc herYlfoEOnaranteedVy nil 96il3l jtrs Konsal J y JImydon iJtgber son v TIBIPILB 1l nIN IIENfICUR S UR na CERTAIN CUIIE- IinGwftfor J5Jcaroutho IIE EM DYf PJL j oby ALL DX110QISTs 1M JICUItDDco8ZLQr j j yj I1 tbeoryln the treatment of kt Tunjj and bronchial 1tretinna has bcerfadvaneedTby Ine mantifnctqrcrs otDr U rin tIJg I n 011y WYft erure ed yAJ dea Ie 11 It 1q voltvo Jt1 1ne afD 0 IJ r4ondiioortaon Dro gIIta ORGANStJ 1 f lSpI f1rp fzpe ts lIo TfPng aJJtReR wing dflne 0a rfij f 9Mor1cID f can s Ve you y mcfbeT re fn p rsstt 9 13 Ii Rl11 NIrJn lbdsprg RI- f r Spfj fie11JKT t PLYMOUT ROCXS ptlxouniRoCXS 4aYe sdmb very janS cockerflls aiid pulleta for sale at a treasonable 1fjCe Aoieggs utseaapn yJ tQJ3P Sye i porspnbig llitloj pld ounttilnck or whito neb eir jibbr trho has 0J8tr Bells rih6n rl6neyprd CJUncolt thobesL cough u41uusrjm dJon I1 tS rUE t EiJ ct1 frsgn ra tfo 1t Forsal byaaid ril Robertso f Druggists = tbnrISek Whoa me c1tDd fir Outorla ml MJ oi w p Hamlet anfl nymtcrla Hamlet learns from Horatioandhia coinpanionaof the apparition of hfafa thers epirit HiajaophetipeonJ1ilrady presages fq l play and through the darkness of bia auspldons now rises the blood red sna of revenge UpitOitblfl point Hamlet has boeq a perfectly Bane mqetingwfthting nbDnl in IDs attf e fl qvet come YJithaxjroonHbeholiJing liiia fatbox ft Tsplrit In Mmq and is prepared 1p follow him egartlcsa oTperils HtboiecoEia ghost iBceno Hamlet 4 pyerwbohned with tfQD cUguation learning of the iafainyby wWfch hia father met ofIiqore exbansting because pent up than per haps My other passaso In Vho v1i9lo play i V1IOIp XJJy 1vith J t o 9J1 sc1 oJ JJect whether thus to waste oneaMloJ force conld hdvo any conjpenBating effect tpon theuaudienc fqrHanjletji eysjv flied on the BhofitThla face fa averted from tho public and probably the actors ox cTtement Is lost pontbemb t TCrIthelesa conolndo that it ti necessary for thaactor o undergo this train of aolf exoTtaiJpnln ordpf fo reach that condi Tlidh of vJiyaterihhch pvercoiBf fiaxa 1lettqftQr tbOighofi p departure J9er agjin JOfaialet it ecexaa tp e behaves Jnst dan highly wrought jcranghianr iTOuia 11iriot fiWHBgofthe terrlBle f t wbi 1debefJeu d1 blo f1 tbE1 jiHo la all on re to aXoep tc his reen oWit1i WirJJtSb nVif Jm dH 1IpnplthethOaghw6ilov eJBD tbO Ira Jlsewli e ntJheJmBnlsofhlsjnind the fUtdPhYs Icnl mtJ1U fIn lt nueqnall1o respond1 tliQ the Jiihjd Beerbohmr Tree la 1kt8tt 1Ii8bt1r J 1 i 7IIt J t FR i1t SI QEjr w 4 If j6up3jiiqw you bn ct ge yaw Cpunty Pllerthe L t 1 l lS 1D Ell Jr 6 f1 RANI Bft yV t t1 ag mpnF or i IRHO J Nel F a 8 j vit N t t S it i zJ N 0W 8y JV i i tlilPlYJ O lgUlalt o 2r J1U6p i n ri J I f AndaqndespepsdSle JSJv ItQrinevc oUsel 9 He1p USw tbvour oiir 0Iand vie wiU givevfc a gaper of which Washington County will Qe proud f If a r 1jIOt rofi 1 i FOe r SIVo ijf eridiOtJte wf bBJt d je1Jr1jtfiJ ts Journal Tor one year NEsL DKnaDd T it i Jnicrcial for S1S5 r 1NEWS llbE1 qlii1iit t Etlqtrfror 85 anI 1i EBL Dtin111 t TwiceaWyek O nro G tte r rSltG i t4 J U fot t fot i 1t mnghimejB C tnCin unoie fin jour roptfey to teOdE fD Vt8 XMR t 710tL wnsfuat rc I- frrTT7 wTw b c v r ii THE NEWSLEADER c jjIIIEi 4NESLED JCIl I r ioi t 9B EVSPT TIIt l PAY 1 bttC 1 1 rIGF- oiittiaYJw4 IELD K11 It ytQO pt 1UIII lit I MrlYrtM 8 j Gold FIII 1 a iGold ro n g tth fa YhttoPilltngg2 a s h p c1 21o r l ferules ExtractIoit of 3 the Teeth SIB LETBERIANSJ 1 DENTIST tJtJBARDSTOWNKY r it loon 1Jd sr Q 4C JXTBACTED in + iwe f rr rtF Yf t f r PAIN y 6 veil Bf tie use ol VI lized Air tiat anda new method of my own whicl leaves no bid effects r Artificiali Jeeth df different spring rf3desand price s of J kina r Lose fitting teeth may be burg e t tightened at small expense 1rv Bridge work and crowning t pecialty rrt Firstclasps workd p1I1fr4 For the present I will be i Th1 Springfield the first Wednesday r TEuriday and Friday of each month a phone and Jlonger if work is plenty f 4eover Haydon k Robertson dfugatoro with Dr 1 Cthewith v Main offeeG 8b Fourth Avenue Louu vine fr- 1 I 4jj j DR FR WILDER t Jt RT F RTQU1RT t CFiFICB HOURS x to4PI- i m Noe t t J1TU sdays and Saturdays Fred SPR lVtiGFIELItEENTJfKY ij y sent t B II J B R QO R i Jgary n Oftlco over Hyilon Robertson drujto ere rc d and plain St SPRIRGIcIELD KY- DRI4JI Hagan I fi The J I BUR T01T j t At iDETISTSej Ohio expire Court TEETH EXTRACTED ing K1 TQrWITHOUTi I the rff1Om GURgIlD meek over Mansfield Into rIi SPRINGF ELI KY are JEPJ1WLB5E boom T special SALOON last re ton over JwgnDij RNFOREENE PROP there third Jji J Exclatlve Sale of the sad yrs y r l i witILv CIGARS ZOIiACCO 2FOfu tIt It w ti THS3 t 4r Jkl1 CPJlll t iJ i 4i11 1 4wto lLQrtJ1IsPiper R foo 4 tnAny ne aendin utle be C ethlrtpapeKtftUie KiWffLjKADER will be fwht ice of rJiarf leI eMyear atjdriy of ttie onlerlliolYaierctaat rg retLiJ ii4Jt1 VItk utortj1 errs fyi tiluaaaT gift rlH trotlnantoeklJCa 1r W1Ctmctl rkef ReJOlts1St f BOVTqu JersDyspowTand cttlitorrsale by J H Tucker ValJeyHfll v 4 abeta f i kVM 1 iirdIrsr m Jir41a18 Thte8hundred bush I wtdt lsetad dlettf B H Yoimo iQo tQhQ Stor11nataklookattheif nonrllBa of BprindreM 0d6 wx v The NitwsLsAnra will publish g i 1epea Eaifer Itiontinezt week Look oaitor Itl I J y a WllliamBiadqfl1tY Ye moIdbd ti Ieciared6edayrat dWill bpent otheaaylnm J jjcIopuort 4 Scott the photographers were hero adtAeoklfrnmBardato f tlhertviIltlntisoaantlierdat very chain they wfll return for Vork5cC 0 StiesFioenceHxnb1oeeabililio isweHJcnown Sptrlnelj announces that she is prepared totakSt bpffiTfor Instruction that accomPlIebment r k knii i Atth Some of the brides father P Bfc CrQw ne andfruMurSperforz thace yemonyMr Lopiavinothiecrleryiand +getttp f rSWitlf th 0 styles She will have charge the millinery department in Haw Bros Bid Clash Store at Willla n t 1 raJThe fnf rlo ihA tt titJg giyen a brightening 1tracttVworshiphewallse ibceIigted SivaR Edwards the artiatic of Lebanon is doing the wortLy Higbr hoocJetij 9pYathe move iis on foot to consiract a tele from this place to Tatham Ti Springs via Wfllisburg wtth branoltubf- ineS from MackviUe thus enabling call whole county to communicate 8pring4eld fml gMe wihithsam gOGdsathil12tUfn ono Tnoer lira OraycrottAmong Annar0 MyrtieMansfield and Messrs Will McElroy Will and Wttarton Will Hagan Geo Oolvin and Ualdwell and Ernest and JoeIt Dlaneflelda med i by Sorprigepartyiep MlaaAmUe O nbnlngham Friday evening Those pre were Misses Carrie Solecman Noe Myrle ampbell Bettie n8 EIlsa ycrodMjrUe Minefield and Mes Will McElroy Chas McOhordy QeoXColn J e Cliybrooke Ernest Joe Dianeheld Will Wharton Will and Garland Cunningham 101torailroad iafekea awBCr Th9 8hel- bentinelvapeOp may Aprfl ttbeconhy between the Receiver of the ortiioni DMsloh Sf CumbbrlandA and the L N R R Co wil Pending the action of the of Appeals Mr Middleton the Receiver ezpects to extend tho con- traotinder the provisons now exist for hirty or sixty days There submitted by the X Ie N Co that the receipts have exceeded expenditures since the road passed the hands of a Receiver The resources of old Washington not all developed yotby a large majority and there are signs of an oil up in the Mackvillo district A from Lexington saysuMajor isturned8tg = counties where oil was discovered i lea week He is very onthus the prospect of oil davolopmont so much that htf purchased a interest in 5000 acres Of land around M 1nVno V8 gtQncountyel Ri orgaAAea company at o4coat develop it1H saps territory hotaltogetHerlfow In 1863 pros pectors from Pennsylvania struck nSarPerryvllle bit rya went aw ftie Ulfion army and word Bev hearaofagalnjfiBaxqplos ptppaTed MajoriBoQver show it ta be a fine qualitybiluDricailng ot- liWANTED f tI V AJgttod enant to rise corn and V tobacco Addres or apply afpnpe 0MILLIIiRWiilitihurR Ty p NOTICE Cre more are hereby notified tb j 1 i1lreoetv antl hear clai yeors eslgnedtat 4 myoffic srlDgfi ldi YtiDtaDiaiah2i11696 JTCNOEt Bslgpee ot Jainpsilyeys tJt trl5wbeiieV A Ran Die ol eats Shllolia Catarrh Remedy Is el1l8t medicine t Safe over found viould di mcaDfffOod rrlce3oci i + T0Hsl 11 = PERSON Lt V rWC Rogers Lebanon was over county court day =E J ilaUlngly and ffogde E- o1B Baiatbiiro wire iiere Sunday =MfirOarr6tlroW of Xouiavflley la placenMiss fettle ipjboiSilwJe atei and OlaybBopkeftreivisiting in Dan vllie r oJ j ijV1Vill Hagan of tilts plage ii think ingjof going to Lebanon io engage In u8 esl U GnGMr Arthur Campbell and M Bt0town Sunday MaryBmiltMudd Sunday Jovial Win Curry was here a cou pleof days this week visiting andael ling machinesJames ease P red a post n at ingtteld otel during the absence ifiproprjqtibr Thompao- Jt i t Oi tTT ON ra trillbegive lh road as l3rxes at he t r aI ho reudence o A a MoGhora v Fifty ients a Lesson NOTICE To the Ladies oi Washington isnrroundirigr counties Iamnordready to do up Lac Ourtains for the year and R ould glad to receives portion ofI your patronage to f RcSpijctfuy BELBI TARYEE troP1ngQeld Sy Simon S Ilnrtinnn of Tunueltou W n oas 6eeo au bred t6ottdcL s drcolt once ir year and would have to a dottor and then suffer bout twelve theydiee na xt other tunes and concluded to 51Diarrboeadoso of it and it Rave mo roller iin mlnntcH That la more than any filng else free done for meIt 4rDC Polls An tl Pain cures diarrlAi complaint colicsymmer priins liy healing the stops fermentation and guaranteedi tatel nil danger of fevers Its age 25c and 50c cities all dealers For salo by Oayd n S Robertson fintherlands heals Eve Salve Is the est ointment In the world for arty and kinds of sore eyes skin dlw lI oc- endtvpuerantoedtocurobpalldealorr putnp In tubes at 25qeacb For sale bj Hsydon Robertson Druggists peak ayes pro made strong dim stsf U made clear ryes are removoclaAd the Hdn or sore ores of any kind be speedily and rtTeiilunlly cured the nee of Sutherland Eagle fcyr ffQSalvbby gnaranteo by nil dealers For sale byg1Hayden fi Robertson Drvpglsts the MWnRMsl en WHITES CREAM J got YERM1FlICE ui the FOR 20 YEARS RomodloaEVERY not BOLD BT ALL DBT7GOUTC eta ats f5 lOttt my and Whcuovor the little chldron the lad or tho big neon want something to into anaetiCrtnyTonlcTnblct lag cute and you never tool IU PnrrijrVej 25e n vial everywhere For sale ship Hs don drRnbortiion Druggists on Ugriinfng Hot Dropa What a FunnYNamel PalabyWithout Relief Theresa No Pay him don liJlest winter Mr GeoA Mills o rlttriaeuh that he could not stand upright but tv assdrawn over on one side Itrled differ rotriodlenlthou InhOSYhboughitf bottle of Chamberlains Pain Bulm After using it for tnrco data my not rbenrhatlemtwasgouo tad has not re urnbdalnce j r not T feaWbenUalgr tras side wo gayo tor Cutoria crIoJtoQutortafWhim ib txicana t rho chug to fxtorla When tad she gore then Oastora T t Jh 4IJf TLT1i1 Louisville Stare Qrigintors of Low Prices Are so busy receiving n rcelLf l I Fdescribehave fame to write anti words l our store Remembenthe Wash Goods they are lovelyPer newIScafes hams Dimities beautiaful line of Woolen Goods Our line of Trifnmirigs are complete and Jas pretty as ever shown in Springfield and0UUI CORSETS atIIOur l of thoH and R tid calthemCLOTHIX G nWbeii one walks in our Clothing Department and see what wholesalhoft DATElfioolSUITS BArrSI I In all the NEWEST and LATEST Spring Stytea Wehaye themfor young arid HxJtdkL SHOES MansfhQeSLIPPERS All kinds ot Slippers and of the latest 8t laISHIRTS UPTODATESUSPENDERS A manyandp NECKWEARJI Itdringfield Come in see us and we will convince you f Keep your eye on this column it will do you good J K HENDRON BUTCHER I1 have renloveil my shop to jut t below the desire furnish to inform my patrons that Inm dotter pre l1r SHOPrto Choice Meats at Lower Pric I also pay the highest Cash Price for Poultry Hides Now is the tftaoi to subscribe for News LOADER onjy t 1n year Dr Bella Pine TMr Honoy Is different all other jofigh remedies It cures allaying tho InflHinmatliin and giv tone Htrenutli vigor and vitality to raspifory organ Guaranteed by all dealers Fur alo at Hiydon A ltul Lit Druggists xtr Tacn Toonc Briton My Whtit some of these young met pond ou their clothes You would open jour eyes Ifyou Bay Borne of the things ready for them f Fancy n pink silk htghirt with rose embroidered ou chest Others hero bpcuworked ronti and one that ma and evit was trimmed with taco on which forgotmo woro embroidered Lice fronts to evening socks are another Jtem Such extravagance as they indulge in must make them conceited creatures Theres young even Ma and J and Emmie Santo woof for 0 Oclock tea to his rooms tho other day rind when ve wont his sleeping room to settle our hats d wash our baud we found the dress table a roMS of gold and silver and turquoise flohadhi wQUQKmm in din moods on tho tortoise shell backs of his brushes A gold box of lovely workman hold his rings and a perfectly ex quisite old carved ivorycaiketvas hang the wall for a modicfue chest Im druid 1 shall have some tronblo in breaking that peens man iu Be has spoiled himself and the annoying part otit Ja that holies given himself much haadsomertliing than ho has ever given me If vrjllJqke me years to make we things Ip a proper HghtiLon TrothIThd TorkUh way thefTrench republic died from a stroke of thatoexcept tho subjects of the sultan and ia explaiued as follows iu La Jeuno porlpdfcnlprfltedInPnria Everybody has known the criminalat tempt which cutoff the life of MCor t But as soon as tho news roached Constantinople the papers ware ptdercd to monUcin it Still us the sultan wasmade to understand that it was im possiblotoconceala fact like that pf tbo death of the regretted presideutof the rVeiicb rpubUc1Ab al Hamid answer Let them ay that ho died from apoplexy Bo fepred that tho event might SS8esftto daoof his subjects the- ideaef imitating jtascrio It Damons Nerve aad1 geiktcuresRheutnatisnv Cuts Sores Htiriuandr- uiFva ict z J r 1 f ii1i q MEAT r AD BreleM Edo Tim littb hamlet of Alicoton Jeffer son county Wls enjoys the distinction of being the snly Viscoasin settlement of any size WJthpnt a woman resident or inhabitant agoimmediatelyr Alice Afphnvall Metcalf daughter of J A Ajpiuwall one of the very first settlers cf the convtv At present It has a star route mall service daily a dry goods and grocery store butter and chee factory blacksmlili and perhapsthe town without womanItChlca fo Tribune The Ancleat Incas Tho flocks of llamas UaJongod to the sun and tho inca It was doatu to kin ono It certain seasons of tho year thoy were collected from tho bills and shorn Largo numborswero sent to supply food for the court and to bo used nt tho religions fes tivals and snoriflcoSf Male llama only wero Rifled Tho wool belongod- to tho ibm and was stored in tl governmenf depositories antI d about npcprdin as tho peoples wants required Iu tbisway they wero pro vidal with warm clothing When Ollnitothen employed in working upinn torlnl for tho Inca Tho distribution of the wool and Buperintcixdeneo of ia manuf acturo Yioio iiij th baifds of pNooQQness was a crimo ontl WJ3tBOVoly punished oV 1 All tho mines bolongod to tho in6a andxvero worked for his benefit Tho various employments Yrrffotusually in tfio hdtida of afov and beoamo horoditary That tho father WaIJj that the son Dbcamo A groat part of thb ngrioultural produptsxvri stored aowntbotho people as required It wiU thns bo soon drat thero yrasno ohanco for a man tobccowo iioh neither coula ho bocomopoor Thospirit of epopu lotion had no existenoo there Ghamberar Journal a NMtVLaxaUre is not a cure all If 6u break Your tog JfcatV Laxative will noipilM tbgtilhoKflgaln but if you am noftduchto payliuu bdltlbbLNeal8 TAx- altyt whfcli never fails to cnrc constlpa and kludmlIJIhnc1teI s a 7 YOVNO7VtN4Will find it to their interest to- For COME ra1 lrl 9 L their Wearmg Apparel t SUITS MADE lb RDER byh freer Sailors nbc1fti i i dyr I rnnde clothing in SlimsvBlauts and fteguUr8c Oar Jl noofF4hite aftti ianny Laundered Shirrs is larger than usual L ttest t Collarsend Neckwear f1T t sk- 4NASHifNABLE JRESS SI10ESonthe enrirc lais And titl ill Newest Toes iin Pa tt lf Leather cordovan andnear Shades 6f Tan V t Ifydu jowand o t tWe1 i OUR PRICES WILL SUIT YCiTjV I f R EE7WBERJ VCT C We handle highclass goods at same prices you pay for injcriory stuffs Come and see for yourself V t y J7tt d l MCGHORD ROBERT80NthJr r JUST RECEIVED NewSpring Goods t- p t 7 a Eegantfind 5 f r 121cIndia i Ii jup Cord Piques j5c2tfe and up t fDottedCurtain Swiss 20 to 50c per yard r Lace Curtains 50o fair ANew Line of EMBRJlnERiE s CONSISTING OP ti net Colored Jaconetiiainsook Colored Nainsook Swisa Colorod Swiss These gboasb o cheater and more varied and attwctiYC than we have ever ahoWn e y iIOur stockdr never so complete aivd you should inspect thenVbcfore buying Ouiooz LiLens and Napkins are great Prices the Lowest v i t i 7Cr Wti Aw Always ne ldquarters1Fof7 jfit WALL PAPER J iOur stock iin larger this Siftingthan i Las ever teen Game lnd tetk the now designs and combinations t CARPET Wc i r tt1i We tAPolesI HATS iY Ff X iWe hnvc opened up this week 40 dozen Hats in the Latest styler and shapes for Men nndiioys and Children and 5an rdllyou a getteitei Fur Derby for 512a that coujd really be sold for 1250 Come and i see them Blowng t Cotton 914 Brown Sheeting Spa Inland Cott6r 10L4 BleaeTiJ Sheeting Check CottpnlOl 4 Brown Sfifietiiig Wfifch we will 4 sell at tho Lowest Price t Como and ree u4 and wo willmtcrest yon in Styles adpripear t Lf CD NNtNGHAF MDUNCA y- if r 1 PRINGFIEL Kr t spDTiT rnIEL UiitaSAW AND PLANING 1flLL r MARKS McELRQX ropes J MANUFACTURERS AND iiiALERS IN r f1 tl i All kinds of lirotYgdndtidols LumbeirL beSvilouiangsl CaL T tlugs Migda Toblfefeo HbgsbTfarJs o 1 yprto3hl6klld AcmQ Cement Pl s6f 6td ra fiiltStuff cut to orrondn Shp INotice Htebesii jasbvtniI paid for all kiad df t qgs OalUria sad tie and getprices l lv r i MSi r Office aiiW8if JotWjfJ iycnije Between MaItaDi5aPaLf f ft U lleno phyBlciar pr pharmacist can conitcIenUously wafran a cuir1hod C Ayoir bompaity Kuaraniee tha parity stforigth and medicinal virtue oj Ayers SarBanarill It nw tfip bnjy Iiloqd pur iner namlUpd ttBo roat Worlds Tnir In 5llcasq 1803 r f tymofi4 LtverpH tTorfC Pellets are a Perfect Treabncntlpr ComUpatioa end Biliousness MfOflg fdose L t Ith41rbperrdnd 8p11elrnlcar4 off irII illt ae bihfncss of iil bsl ltialdhtat e Lrbthb hoth btll ure ofI italipblc specitIc hails iHlt Rl carr iw aR rrW s tea N ii1TER3 tr UacefwljStlonn111o no Cn gsstala rrruElclaiiuii ucnrrnt 11tr ric- i4stecbrniaewlltt114atetknlt i1lamp 11tiImarI udrrrwjtflt r r i j n retl tJJaz t IIFU2A Vn llt a U Pf t lr A 7 JC lj c l 11 THIfa1 YSLEADSR l r 1 If 1i ii trir i S f7t + f t c l 1c 1 l rigT 1 r Ji 4i r Pi1i1L1t r Delll1rtri nt7JaVJJlte SJfOlV e tJU Rernru a IIy r 1 l r Yt ftJsu rifOt faMUBgon l n rr r t4 7V Y d tll 1 2i J = x tIr NAJES tfiJtd it Amts= t eitn ti 1 I K9ttI RK H h jKeeto m A X lnt1 at f1iI t vLewJJa Samrn I LewIs Jqhnr t tJ5Lewis JMr i 1 j LyJaiFuf1t snch G r mepffl ct Cuttingly j1 1O1 VTSi4li tJ 200J Ma1es Robt 1 i2Qit l MODIa Jf3epl1lLtt Vv jMattijjgly js Ma Mii Y Goo r iiaiberly 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Nlttf foandi M tall 1 Itrib fl1 lQs tni6Xi1 Nbt foufed 1 Left county V Not found r Lik IUsoIveDL Latt1 Idbltetlt InFolvent 1 Ltta rpDKlt Ikl rDsolvent 1 Insolvent J Tosnleni J Not foun pveIJJ ID50IV P 1 tnspffenj Eiw tJ I0110ptl 1 Ins ol vent x nf1 Not found 1 Lrl state i f4 ft M 8t iCOLOfSl i Bhonld bo in light colOM Jfit esQattoiJJ tho best conU Btwith thd setting of trees etq aiid took better aio distance Where the bnilding stands in the opeiii Yfedobvious1 Thebnilditngfl rd rgqnired to rfcnstah icolorLrelaticnif with tboCfinr ronudinR country explains a correspond lnpf The Country t eutlae0 and a thofftyfdr hdlollowiiigt jTha i called cojoitol tjolorijigtJal StjllQV t ithcvhit0 trim is pretty lor d larmBouEi of laBiered stone or of fromei ftppeoially Vfhote sbrrounded by rees Thetrim should bena lyhite as ptwibtei the blinds green and the shutters and dooia vrhite it tho rtof is shingled Stain it a dull rtid or brown In tho Dba Benco of a Knowledge of color a good Color perception is useful but few pos sess t hie gUt Benco a few general rules faay not bo ainfar r r rnEmployA safe rulb fis to mso shades oneCOIOlt ay the body is drab then add znori umber and somo lampblack and a bitcf ted to maVo trim tolor Ughtcabody Color for slats of bllndkiandsiightly darken it for panela of shuttefs iDit doors Use trim color for stiles and mlt mew of hUnds and sbnttersana doors ft well as for cornice comer pleasl eta That would what M call coloC harmony by a ilogy Bycontrast la when xvo ncff poaitiVo colors suoh is red besido say green Bashes dono In fed look Vvell vith almost any cplot scheme Venetian and iidioin reds mixed half and bah RIve a nico sash red tod TustottTed oTlarkfer eorf is general favori to Tho moat beautiful red ia ono used by the carriage painter and known usually ns nnrorn lake It com o pound though half opbundvbrild do the windowfl of1U1 averdgo houstti Tnecau rcdgiTM a good Color for blfildt and like all iron base colors is ouitfl durable Blinds Tire usually difficult to paint a suitable color Cold colors tro hardly ever as well adapted to Eurfotibdings as tho vrannor colors And yet cool grays looli volLid Qtn junction witlv other colors in mme Take a cottage that has natnral struc tnral divisions TboiUst story unleri of stone or brick may bo jn Tuscan red the nexta leadish gray and the gables ft Wann yellow Nothing is prettier than acottagestruccnro thnspaiiited and thd gray is tho most pleasing color of tho lot though massed by itself jt proves cold and repellant Buildings thatjwivd no such structural divisions must bd paintod in one color from bottom to top excepting of courso tho trim Groups of buildings should bo of ottn Color scheme If the dwelling ii in co lonial yellow and Hhito then tlio bani may bo in ocher color Bud wbito Tho barn being In the open tnuxt bo more subdued ju color than thotrpe surronnd cd bonseV If the bouse In in rather irab1 dnod coloringi dim the bani jmty be iu Iron oxide brptvn High buildings look best with dark toots ditto iunsaivo buililicgs Lovf buiiding7lookl Wafcwith Jigbt Colored roofs As a rule the roof sustains uo color relation with the rent of tho structure but a dark ropf implies lieavbess bud a light color the contrary hen u thd rule abovo given Eolllntf Son for BunAlog To tho Query Is it an a4vanga to foil tho soil after seeding l rairiQ Former replies This depends much on tho nature of thy soil and climato and on the crop seeded in yery many cases rolling the oil after emu has beet planted Li a de cided advantage especially the ground rollfugAfteronly uncommon but would raroly advisable Where graes or clover iteed Is sown lin the spring on land fbJch was sown to wheat or other fall email grain rolling is often advisabloif tho ground is dry enough Clay soils may helpod by tolling In many cases of greatly injured if rolled wboti Wet Ill tho observation of the writer tho use of the roller is not increasing in the cen ffral western Mates various drags or smoothing Implements being sub itltnted tit Where grass or clove bos boon injured but not destroyed by uhenYfuglu ihe winter rolling in the fcpring Js often belpfuL Assuming that feference ia madd to seeding with small grain or gran tho probabilities are that tolling bef era would bo preferable to rolling after tho seeding had been done SOUTH CAROUNX HOG CONTEST tttsaett of PrlcM Oflfend dr the Charlef fort N1tobd Courier Kews ADd Courier this year ro fiews thopreminnl offcra of last year for the blggcsp nnd nhogs raUod in tho Btntout tho lodBt expense It adds be sides this yearb prize lot the beat sugar tholtitmotive enoouragiug soothotn iarroers 1o raisoiboir own pork Other states will o well to follow anwonipla and for other than swine products Eich jntn of any state could do much to de Ttelop not oafy tlio live stock hut tho frniti poiiltrybe i and other Interests by giving prises for tbebosiproductfons ia Jujy of th licM named Thorecordnado by tho principal com petitors ft1Ih News and Courier rbQewas JntcrcsUng and instructive hfee promiums wera warded f80 id Itolifor tho best bog raised 10 Soutli CaroUna in 1895 f20 in cold for lecond best and a ret of the Ameriran Encyclppedia for tho third best The flrstand second prizes ward won a foK Jowsr 1ho1Jfllt prlzOflItor tbolhenil thog was won by Mr 17 J Iticbardson ft Joutb of Abbeville county for a hog Whichgnincd BPl pounds in 207 days i it costpf 32jl6or stthorafe of J09j- jfounds pet dayat ttgcdsiof 87ftcenti fer pound ThlJiHeccudrizat forthonext beaY- iiJut hog was won by Hr J M Leoob of York county for a hog which gained 629 pouudSrio 273 days at a cost of J Olor at tho rateof 93 pounds s d At tbOcli OlCOQIBipo1lQd t I ftI pvi rr t Pfo 1t1J t way hi Which his first prizdLcg vaa rfire l etfd fpd The coutctt bcgcn Feb 30 1895 aud ended Dee 17 My piLe pig W1B born oq 2fldPeb rnnty J895 from a Berkahire sow by a PblandChina boar and cost Very Httlo uptontb AptU thuElnfter eittimuted jpcsi up to HUt tfmo 51 i5 I now fenced Jn onequarter of an ncra in acc l ehady pllaco With running Avatertjtflf jjass througE t1i rted witil two jflgs cas a edi attt t them tp th pen cot jbcmtdd fMffbif I0p81JlStte tit cornmeal braDm JZDUkJh irntWaachailg a joccaiionalljr bj mixing J churnIitddfrigtalterapplJ Ut pt and r121Jrn1l17 ed rasgJveUtJp to J7th 1ii Elected ihd besbpig a closely mado flooredpen load ftb araw btu q M tto turn hid Jjiiuifl out easily jDBfaccpunfof hot we tb8rahdJo him th tun 61 a pindarrpatcn7 5Cho faed irontnowflattl 17th Petcmber Wat tjomtoeal 4ind cane seed iaeal ift equal parts cooked mixed with buttermilk and toured and Spanish pindars 1 attesded jolosely and trith regularity t6feidingfihree times tr day givimjjralt jmdicharqoal and any and every thing which I thought would make tho best results 8LPRUMENTAU IRRIGATION 5 f It VMr io Be Necenlty Vat Sexa of UM Hcu iTertlla State The droughtof last season and its disastrous effects for the farmers of the cehtral western states together with thb reports of ucceEsfnl results on an irrf gated iariaiiear Kankakee Ills have oombinedjtarxxeate a widespread inter est among form owners and farm work ers As reported upcoi by Thfe Irrigation Ago the irrigated fanii nllnad to made practical gain bf 150 per ocro for the small outlay for tho irrigating plant When naked for his opinion to tho future of irrigation Superintendoni Gat rryjDgsafngl c I believe there will bo a larger number of farms irrigatea oast of tbo Ono hundredth meridian than west of ft 1 eeti no reason why tanners should sit idly by and sea their crops ruined by droughts In thn climato I should say that two irrigations MnrirfR the season Would be neceesary though of course this would depend on the amount of mID I call my Stotom supplojnental irrigation as it M intended to supple ment the rainfalL Ahnost any farmer who possesses1 a we or spring can for a small coat companrtrvely insure his crops against ftdry season Water will run down hill and the chief thing to take into consideration is to get tho wa ter tcrthe highest point cu the land I jcstimatetbo entire cost of pluteD gine mains hydrants etcto be about ellS to 20 per aero irrigated This is the first year expeuditaro After that thd expense would be only for fuel and labor I believe the incroaso 1n crops the first season would moru than repay the entire cost of tho pluiit It would be possible in sonio cusoa to usa wind mills for pumping but small jstcaiii oi oil engines aro not exponsivo thtiitbInan irrigation 6y tem or will irrigate his orchards and g irdlJ11f from wells In many places u few farmcru can join to gether and tako water out of n stream as was formerly douo iu Utahainl other Eectlons pf tha acid rcgiriu He also pre dicts sacb a detnaiid for cheapjumpiug plants ablo to deliver water at n rela tively nmll Cost chut it will load Eomo inventive genius to inoko a pump nt far less cosf tbun uiijtbing on the market at tho present tima He woulcl pot ad viso nny farmer however to won fof clieapcr machinery as the vnluo of ono CloP lost for ilia wont of Irrigation will luoro than pay the cost of pumps and windmills at the prico they nrb now sold Asked what wouldbo ttfaif statement of tho increase in tho value of farm laud ou account of tho irriga tion system Sdperiuteudent GapeD re plied that tho inoreaso in prcdncts Iis fourfold and estimating on this basis land which WItS valued at 100 an nerd without Irrigation wouldbotrorth 500 an ocrewlth NDIAN PLEASANTRlEi Uow aSlncU PIe PauecI For 8 Tenty and B XooUd Trader A D1em bar of tho Canadian monntoJ police nontenant MoDon ongb told nioBaia Captain Par tollo at the omeara clpb thofol lowing hioidentpf a band of Ctoea and a solitary Picgnn Indian whioh is novel and interesting nbont 100 milos from JTprfc Walsb A Mud of Creo Indiai svoko np one snowy mornIng to find thntflbont ono dozen of their ohoicesfr ixmiesT tbenJgbtoPansnt within n fow hours n fresh fmil was found in tho snow After following tho troll somo 30 railos it entered a river bottom and bonded for a wood xHsla1 the ml dlo of tho rivor Snioko wnSaoon rising from tho troos yind An cfponing Vhiob soom xt to Iu tbojuoath6f a CAVa Appear etlin plainviiB presently a single Jndtnnn Plog inrsbowoVripln front of the pponbi Ho wna in War point oDd therewna a tlo st his lioels Pretty soon tho dog scontod tbeCreesi nnd began growling and barking ibd Piegah lookett np gianood ri tnotriont nbout hUn undo then insttotly enteed the cayo In about ton seconds number Plegan came nttmnd th6focirfnnd also wont in then another anil Another and another thoro being bntafow seconds bctwecri them Tho Crocs lay silently in tnO Trashes vatohing and counting tintil Upward of PJogona bad coma around tho rooks apt gona Ito the oayo andf still they kopt coming Wnatsooniette theseJueUunftfibfly thd same iizo irero dressed and Dinted alikot oaoli cnrrie3 ariflo and rhost Remarkable oh IOOUltJda 1i ollU e In tho leU too limping sliglitly ITiey were gandy crOTrd and the Crcos counted 70 ot them Thft HT1porstfUonsCrces natUrally con eluded that tbe evil spirit had segno Jc sw t Jt tq f h t i = JJ1krl 1 I hc 11 Ie rj vr fI ruih aro 1aI3 if iuuin i ores tetter ChlippoU hundo ohilMalnK ornsnddflU kin eruptions nnd pt si Uvely cures pfJOJIot nu pay rcquirok It In gunninterd to giro wtlafncUoa or o j3HOrref onded grSco 25c pet box at Uadou fc Robertsons Drug Stoic CVpt Sweeney IT 8 A Ran Wee 6 Ca8ay Shilohfa Ctotorrh RcmrdyU is the trratmcdlclDO hare 6v r found that woulddp me anyjroodV Prlw 6oc CMCBftUREI ti u jSD tri L1FE SAVED tI t t Ayers Saparilla I vms troubled lot tears with a sore on my knee which several physicians who treated we called a jauicer assuring mo that hothiug could bo done to save toy Ute JVs jt last resott fwas induced to try Ayers Biirsaparilla u dafter tak ing n ttumber of bottles the sord I began to 11 p 11 g rt ta1 health improve Ipersisted in this1 treatment tttttli the BOre was en t r t iJl l1ct stn t tf tttmd Ayars snfSprnl qcc lq Iitcmfe ftol1 l JpUrJq dtfhdeed It seems w thormh ifcouldiiiptt teepfioiiitf tritlicfet it4fcs lkvfi flELDSiBloomtieUVtai Ir il 1 r AYE ST- NOiy WIf1lI Fir aprilft Ay ff Pitt Regulsrt Uv f = All last winter Mr Oeoa Mlll8ol rxb nonCoun tms badly BMed with rheumatism At times It po severe tlu the could not stand upri bl but wos drawnj vorjon one side fSricd differ ent remedies without recei Jnji relief he HJtys until about six i Cntlis ago J bought a bottle of Cbambfti InlnV Jfnln Balm After lIng it for tti ra da s in rheumatism trns gone andjias not re turned since 1 = Ramons Nerve and Bow OI cnrct Rheumatism Chits Soresitoarus aucl Bruises for 250 12 ta Laxnti o not rnnn you break vour leg Neats fxath wl1 not put it together again but if you an troke In health and pocket 50o Is n0i juich to pay for a bottle of Neats Laxa Ive whfch uovor fails to cure cpnntipa ion and kindred allmonls geInditinsaotly nliJra So tboronghly wcro they lwitb tlto Mea that tho devil mixed ttp fUll tho mystery that even when tho reenforcements nri rived which was in a fow fionraI hoy were reluctant to afflcS Ibo tis land That nipht ono Croo lcsasti porstltlons than tho Teat Crossed over tbo too to investi auto On op prQijcbing the snpTJosoKaivabg was istirprisctl io find it vns nocrtvbot ihllUn i slnipjy an riinjlloodjnB 8mote feet Into tbb rockrtvbere l made d turn rind oamo out cm tho pthor iilo itiroqhfred bUt aRlancoj to nndorttand bat hnd fieenJod utIt QlingleqnmpflrothoIan Indionvas fa sight Tho apparent rmsrriorsiwnSnr ganyratrior to deceive his enemies andgaifl imo for Jiis cscapoAVhich be snnpoWhllo red men aro ridiculously suporatiHnns Jodifpresenoowith a brftsa band throw bondsprings before thom smile weep bavo convnlslona or do some other outrageous thing end yet they win sit and look at you with n cold reserved B1ancoJaDck1is1ntcrost teye sttl thero nro jnore wbo bave tho bnmpjjf tbunlcaf protftrvroU do vejopod and feip Intense7 wags in tbeJr oWn xvay Tbo dmat Fort Borihold otf ihoTipparMissouri caught n Tartar oneway =ARoo Indian hod given hinJoon Blderablo smnoyanoarby Jbanging arouttdjtlte store fnnhalf drunken cufidtHon and wus tpW tbatia case ho Itjcn again YfitlVn botlleJt 4hif tarwttd theIndian appealed with a pint flask in his blankot as usuali the trailejc wassw good as bisTvprd nd demanded the bottle whicbiras given ap1Wi lout a wotd of protect 1116doorto fhe stove when bongl wont the stow and out cnmEftfhwlndows bostoPpadboTonld hove fcnnd tbo flask oon l insd gunpowder not whisky J3affLJp s j jfj i dM ilnfaftta m OHIMrtn c t f OTHERS DQ Y ri KMW Ineri ood royv ftCrt 19 ta t remedies tor dindnal SW Ofo l t ti 1ftYoJtscte O udltJJT Ia 2I Y xeikn f at iitw wrwib7sitalcamc vk k ttpos f i i i 1 t 1 b Jf f ML E i ftletcr7 qtr t n JWi ttMW t xTkfttft haiteeafaawfof ae r5y thirty ypafc asa UuU vClltMaitl jH oM- Ct ill othtfllBitnIlft fcf cbfldren famiJnod t TMI aJb 1tent 8 tl COImtriesbAfIIu tWtO Jr tiIIi iCIo irc t el r w Utadiw tlleJr r 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