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L rT fl 11t il- V r rjj jt f fc ri I it En LEADEgaRc1 n1i1 f ttay IeJ or t C itHcl1or tko pHco of 01Vi dI r JNcw li8VJl111 WASHmGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 9 1896 fer NttlS II o lG I t L8i7TI4 f a S pete2v9aclvsubsequeotiaaerUon Jocadl4ito and political matter 10 ct41 r1ln 4 Job Work I doe at lowfatqt bat cub 3 anavba paid pu dellTfiry ofjcoodt AdfertUiag contracjt xudd liberal WinS dUUa i a ad resolutions of retpect i tifrliae t ibucaxine CeatriTiKUtraUv County Otl1cenp 500 p 01lcellh0 I CHURCH DIRECTORY I t BJLPtlST CHURCH K rR Jacob Pastor Berrlcea overT SuuOay at Uam and Ipm Sunday i Boat ai JPZaJlr Mooting ca Wd 1Ilatan p D1 vtVJ JUtTHODIST QBc j L MUrNU Paiwrrbanrtcea on tlui yirrt and Third Sunday ia oacb npnlh I1LUp M =nYt CHURCH j r 0K SI1fDdenPaator Sm1ITU1 uday tfla mzd8pm- pn1ar t lag oT8ry Tanwday nlghU CATHOLIC CHURCH 4r Itof rilel11a ri Self ceiietSBry SuaoAy IDU4 oclock a nil Scric McIRceamebourL a JPRKTBRNKL ORDERS i rl i80jncLotM Springficf4 lodjd No 50 moeto oebond Monday In each month VTMfctngtoa k O Rhaptcft No 27 I1 Ota irory third Tuesday SpringBeWt CouncttlSo MJ meets etery r anda I ILBrg O1to ORMOet8 erery eecopd- nd1 Sarta Monday in each months CjcionTa er uz M1CXB3M MoeU orery 4rst WttJ aJofC2Cbmon 41 cQUTDiRtPRY CIRCUIT OUT Cir ul Court beglna on the fourth Moo dy ia February MaTaBd October c E attenoniJ1ge tiiA W Sweeney CommonweeUHiAttorjiey yjt Campbell Clerk J 711 S1nunwte CommUsloncr- QOAHT RLV OOUHT Quarterly Court la b1doitbth1rd Mo n yln Jahttiry April July and October i m J ck W Thonpiod Judge Tlr COUNTYcOUThU ipQnnty Court Uceb flivlho fourth H o dT in each month 7 t JaefcVT Tboapton Jadgw TV EHoolwr ConnIdc I Thurikt0ut7 ttOme11 J RSailth Jailer Jp J T CrJtvft BlmriJt WHThurnian H B 1oI Vpeputte- ifdUasten jF JamrtFiloore county Borreydr i WD Sharp ANetSOt hAoeePLt3i W 1cKIrolLIol1ntJ rtUureZ4 pRINp3ILDDffiIOTOY pTQNoe Ppllco Judga J1oh Oraoo Marsbai 6 Bwi Oity Attorney juaTiox CURT ornitleft oonrtBirp tietcll in anoary April Jaly fad Ootobw Arrlyal aid B atiia if Trains t 11 l 431 44 ivW P 4 tIIO Arr 8pnngflela LT tsol 20 80 W W Va1Ity1ILtl4 421lac Book9rbbo 611188 t If till oCrOakw t W 1I Woodlawn 6 03 a 68 1157 Euly Times 8 13 22 6 49 II Iardanr32 5 0 19 50 Nazaceth 8 30 305 c 0 27 10 80 8amuBls a 41 S 8 Npat 10 25 De lsTlU j 6 45 3 g js11o Cane8nitg 4634 0 5 TH49 00 Hobba f 5 ei 9 i CleArmont 104 S 42 LMBardgto fn Je7fIM 20 wbn 2i 27 Sotitk Prk i719- wI 83tkLo1IftyJIIeI7 M If T1Ut S 05 JIX L t r TITlE NEWS= LEADER Oil AND ENis OF MAw Springfield has gamed something a reputa tipn for haiVlng a liberal iupply of od maids and foe their beno we publish the IpllDwltig Hem from a Chicago paper which may serve as auggeatloh for an entertainment in whteI Fi might indulge The ium saysi A decidedly Tibvel Old iMSa partly tfraBglyen by the Missesi t Blank orfifLeen of their spinster o friends Each guest received t n4r invitation m verse and in it was requested to give her idea fithe man she would likja for a huiII hand The party sats down tor luncheon promptly ot 1 oclock Boring which toe bridal bhoru froji Lohengrin was played Before each gusts place was iaminiature of the particular eal man they had ciosenPrthce- Chrrniug4 Eaderewtlri ao tourist 3 ptofessor a clergy man an Athlete and others The tablewas elaborately deco rated with yellow to atcla fellow as was announced and the luncheon cads were in the shape of tea kettles j 0 IftobeomeIf yet Wb lie the good people up j about Mackville are striking oil l there cornea tha report from jl down at the other end of the couniy ground in the Fredericks town neighborhood that gold hai befctrdiRcoveredv A prospector who cjaims to know all about 1fount1 l 1t WiUiam3and proposes to set about to develop the ftndaBoonaapossible JEhera i8coav s siderabje interest The neig1p borhood and farmers with laud wLich has seen its best days for agricultural purposes are tnedulgingiiini dreams of wealth from a new and unexpected source IEASTER Sundayt was an ideal m terdavsj far as the weather could make it arid the girl with the now Ester bonnet was in her gory And certainly appeared to hot tverv best ad vantage Interesting services were contacted at all of tho churches and the farmer with all of bia family came in from a away back in the county to beff present at Easter services At large crowd attended morning wrVtceVat St Rose and the otbnr charcbei id towawere welliand nrnsic i Aitendid special ser i vice was given by the various choirstl 1lJI 1 LD of fie lor tho epubllcannominaiionJ tor Congress down tn the second districti has got into trouble A woman is camping on bis traUt and she is a young and pretty woman too She is no other than Misss Cecilia M Gilliland the chief owner and manager of the Owensboro Tribune the chief Republican paper in the Second district Miss Gilliland has a redhot card in her paper directed at Franks Says Miss Gilliland Since the very day ttiat I obtained a majority of the tock of the Owensboro Tribune and became its manager there has boon an insidious cflort made to impair its influence and by hint Inuendc and insinuation the impression was soight to he created that the influence of the paper was being gradually turn ed to tIn interest Mr Sebree and usea to the predjudice of Mr Pranks yet up to the pres ent wrUing not a word has beer uttered to the disparagement oJ fltho latter I have lately been bleto trace these tQ me danger bus rumors lo Mr Franks him self and this impression he has certain f set to work in Hansock tunty swQl1 aq Pfvless Oft course has not been calculatedl to ncrcase the botg Sibiisi of jfce t i Iribuno to him and he may yet find that if he can atab this pa per It can also stab him She 9 Ys some other things too all 6f which are doubtless soothing to young Mr Pranks a e Itfty STRUCK Versailes seem to have some school children who are as mucn uptodate aij Springfields or thoseptt- her j ap village A special from there says that the city ohool was almost forced to suspend on account of a strike W the pu pUs The Trustees of the school refused to recognize Easter Monday as a holiday and the children got together and resolved to remain away in a bodyI nd thus break up the exercises Out of an attendance of 104 only bout 00 pupils appeared IQI ne room there were only three pupils and in another eight a o IH 11man IIjobII colored ebon has been in jjail lori rlalllforfiii4in a wound from which the latter has not yet recovered Monday afternoon the jail door was left unlocked for A time and seeing the opening Jim whqi was the only prisoner in the jail at that time decided to take a quiet sneak He succeeded in- stUngout of town without be log caugnV but evidently hanged his mind about moving f er be bad been out several bonrsmndyltkethe cat in the opular Boog ho came back and quietly skpd to be locked up gain In the meantime jjiiler mith aud marshalt Grace had started out and made an all night search for the escape only to flnd on their return their man quietly taking a snooze behind the bars in his accustomed place a FREE T1RNPIIeS The following from the Danville Advocate gives a goocidDr of tnjf working of the free turnpike eye tem Will you permit mo though not resident oF your Srate to say ji few words in regard what seems o be tire ollrtbsorbing queatipn ofI thod y locallyfree turnpike T am commercial traveler and for iBe past two yea rjJ have been inttpjucinK r special line of goods in Kentucky I travel ln a light buygy drawn by one borc and of course have traveled tfyer a pent many turnpikes anI dirt roatl gooiU bad and mdiJTorcnt Some eighteen or twenty counties in Kentucky have a number of good gravel or McAdam roads while something like one hundred coun ties have very Few or no other public roads tban the ordinary Mud or dirt road I hoard several gentlemen assort tljat Kentucky had mjjro mime and Letter turnpikes tpbn any other State in tbo Union But I beg leave to differ from this assertion as tor the past tbirv years my calling has taken trie over tunny of the public roads of every State from Maine to Cah forD JlI and I know that New York Pern sylvania Ohio and many ot the old States have as goodor better roads and from ten to fifteen times us many mile of toAd m roads and just here 1 will incidentally remark that Kentucky is the only State in which I ever paid toll for using the public roods There seems to be no uniformity in regard to rats of toll Last week I drove on one roada die tanco of twelve miles psssing fayingltrgate or forty e cents and when miWiyproteateiJJ that I hail never paid more thal ten cents or twO cents per mile on any other road the lady at the gate modestly tnfontreii me that the in cresarfVrae Mon account of winter rates whatever ihat nay mean On 1Yeton to lipville jjWme t i by another roada distance I should Bay ofrniIossaingl through tour gates for forty centB 1 live in Pennsylvania Dart gravel and Mo Adam roads ar free tgtho pub lio travel ThetownShips or couu ties maintain them A Supervisor of roads is elected eyerj four years by the legall voters of each county Tboir salary is from aix to twelve hundred dollars per rearThey are held fatrictly Tpsponaible and subjoef to indictmeut fine and for feiture ofoffico if thy fail to have thef oad kept in fcood order In py 9 pjMrljor lets tiltI roads to the farmers living on the rodDsatOm irp lJIii1o per year in which tho contra r ypll agree to keep up say five pities of a certain roud according to certain specificattenr subject to approval of the road Supervisor A TOad tax of six cents on tho hundred dollars worth of property pays for the work The cost of maintain ance ot our roads is from thirty o fifty dollars per mile I have a brother who is ix farmer near Cham beraburg Pa who has for many years kept five miles fpf tBe road heC lives on in repair at forty dollars per mile tn thp allof the earC when Uis crops are laid by he tikes fiia men and teanis from the farm and spreads gravel at broken stone wherever needg4 and says heII ineslI t jiofour goods like the consumer of J whiskey or any other nrticlef upon P which there in tariff pays the toll l We in the north would consider J toll gitoa a long step ackwards as we believe that the public roads rightly heloug tothe people rather a than to corDorations 810Q Eeward 0100 ThoicRderfti1ls p potwm bo to learn that thore Is at llebst dreaded dis a thtc1onebstbeaib1otocurs- n all Its atAgavand that Is catnrrb Halla Catarrh Carols tho only positive curoknown to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a onnitilutlpnnl dlaoa f requires a constitutional troacmont Hulls Citirrh Cure is taken internally i nrtniR upon tho blood mncuos aurraceaa of thn ayatem therohy destroying thp foundation of tbe dlacae and giving tho patient ntrongth by building up the constitution and nsM tinp nature inldoing Ita work Tho yroprletors have so much filth in Ita curative powers thate they offer Ono Hundred Dollara for any cane that it fails to cure Bend for lint tetLnonIaia Addres F J CHENEY jf A CO Toledo Or 4o1liby dtu6itR WITH OR fARMER8 KotlotJ tockt aNd or grain wanted or for ute or exchange Inserted Klsjcoi tun1Qqueste to send in stock or crop item 16r f publication Since the invention of the first bar- yoEthrtbin implement baa b6enf IcoV J istantly Improved there being no J than 100K patonta upon ItFpr Itdrparteji fiti i v b Jj QiIta pkcuLiaCto-ncI ihoTaWner liRIhohla eAt at banville tho bet of tneiweTelc Bevt eral horses from this county have boon entered for wert tt I Farmers in this fiounty Bay that too cut wormewlll bo more plentiful this year than over known before 2arly plolng has turned jthom up iromtha ground in groat jirambers an4 tho ohanoea are that tteoe peats will prove t dlsaetorooa to the Crops this aouon t Mr Thomas OoniBtook1 living near town has a foook in i pig born the otherday on his place The animal Is lOA t like any ordinary hog with the exception of lfa wary which are pecu liar In fact that thejKappear to have boon put on upolde dpwn The points of the ears bang down and the open tag lit tbo top l s Oad ol down 1 t Tho Jack rabbit boa bpen called into exercise tie wit ofilarjc Twain Bill Nyo4nd othorj Jester bntbo ia pravI ingno Jdke to tbo farmers of the West In one county of OalifornisJt oatimated that rabWtaand harell caused a low of 8OOOOlin a single yparj and the question of ridding themBolvwof Bttch pestff has become one ot vital Ibaporlance tt t According to reports recently gath ered by a city daily the outlook for- wheat has materially Im roved There haslbet3nplenttofrootgrowth althougH in many places the plant does not mako much showing above ground and an abundance of Jxctdiat areppmtBtoalargQ cropir The Ohio YUey furnishes thojmoot inarkod ex oeptlon to this gqniy4toablG- drvyBedre Gasctte I OUR CORRESPONDENTS j Th- MACIV1LLE From OUr Regular Corresponpant Mr Aaron Tumey visited hisaon Charles in Lexington last weak Miss Maggie Arnold of Perry dUe bas been this guest of her cousiu MM C A Bnoken here for some days past Rev Wm Godbyand wife of PerryvHle visited her parents Mr and Mrs Z T Leachmn for evor all days last week MV P 0 Campbell who has been seriously sick for several week is now thought to be some what improved Mrsf Arena Peter iis now vfjjittpg Her son J B Peter at this place- R v Godby of Perryville addressed a largo end appreciative audience at the M4 E church here n Sunday last Elder 0 J Younr accordiag to appointment preached at this place n Sunday last Prof Kersey a noted musician of Lexington accompanied him assisted in the ser vicfHIr the afternoon of same day Elder Young together with Prof Kersey met with the Y P 8 CE t Pleasant Grove Major Hoovjr of Lexington visited the oil fields a few inilesl ram Mackville again on last He expressed himself as high ly elated with the prospect DK H Cox Mr Hoover and others have leased about 550Q acres of lland adjoining the farm whereon the oil has been found Specialists have pronounced specimen from the wills a very fine quiityof lubricating oil and Major hoover an experienced oil man things all things point to prestnceof a largo quantity They hope to begin boring in May a LBNOl11 TEXAS CQrrcspondentjffrics Was in our midst Saturday and Sunday nd returned Monday accorapa niedi by his sister Kty Leo Miss Stella Cregor departed1 thta life on tho morning of tho 4th iins t after a briaf illness She met death peacefully and quietly Among her laitWorJs wernijQW Sweet to Dio in Jesus Miss Stella will liXt6enyears old right intelligent anti accora pUshed Bro Peoples conducted the funeral services at Bethlehem Church on the following Sunday after which the remains wei e borne- o the adjoining cemetery bv the ft11Q II1SJll11b ron Honorary iirsseaIntKinHrlin Kin Pur Jom aggio Kiraberlin Virgie PnrdjJrc Kate Litsey and Willye Campbell Active Naylor Kjm berlip Kttott Begerly Clay Brady John Peterson Joha Cocanougher andChari PurdomVell her school mates The bereaved family have 8ympatb of tho entire commu iitrVoxORES1tILLE From Our ReulaCorrtnpondedt Spring has come mall iti glory bringing with it a general Air of ac ti ity among our farmers At least one of our citizens has recicved desorved promotion n the p rso Frank Qed colored who was Elevated from general Store boy to the position of rock crusher on the itreets of Sprmc field Ills kleptomaniac proclivi tiesror mania tor misdpuiopriatini being a justreason for a change IL B Mooreond wIfe are visit ing rejauufMt oueiDYvmoir- Pi ALTdttnneha8retuine3iironi a visitl l Breckinritlgocounty Chai Miller ia on the slcJcrllst Squire Hardesty held his regu- artetjacf court Sa urdayt t Ecno Ughtnlni Hot tiropr e What a Funnv Hamol VtwTruo lid U Kills All Pain Sold EvsrywllsreEyery D y Without Ralief Thare la No rifl Nearly all wonion have good hair though many hragrtv and fow arc bald halts Hair Ranuvror restores the natural color and thic eas tho growth pl tbe hair s 4r V FREEIj 1It 1 Kly subscriptions to the I LAmES l II tI IISS- v I o I iiIii the home f I 101lIIOno Dollar Cash in advance tf e will send this magazine to any address AB SOLUTBLY FREE K g kfirsti K AddressalloomrnuuIcstions J3 j0 g E L DtVSOJR I PUBLISHKB I should advise everybody to sow eien1onput it more than half an incKdeep The best crap I ever had the man sowed righton the furrow as it tras fbbytheplowbntIwou1d adviSe follJnch rather than half an inch and if some of it is too deer it will come tip next year One of the beat farm ers I know who hsra1aed 300 bxxshelt a year puts on the seed slid harrows it in just aa he does his oats oila- wheatB 8 Hoxie in Farmers Re view latest7reiiu of pharrcacoatlol gcleneo and the best modern aJjpllanceiI are avaUetl of m popipoundlng Aycra Saraap riUn Jlcnpc though half a co- nturyin dxlsWnio a njedldne rt is tyily abreast otthngef in all that gC to mttkolt tho standard blood purifier The orts come from various poi tions of the mnloprodncing districts tbattho mules are Nearly all picked j aad are scarce Now you owners pare who have npt bred for the- pastyearor4womusttake the hint Brood your mare to the beatJack you can find and dont gaffer Collar or two to Induce you to do otherwise and your produce tdll bo like a balo of- Oottonsomeono will want it at some prjce It sefl and a farmer 1tsomething that will sell even if he don t getVhat be wants for it 4 t f In thoijprlnff the evstem noedaa cleaning outv Ua p Neat LnxathOto ab thia U Ia mutt harmleH tli2rough form abottlo at druggiBta l1taxo atlvo Co Loulayilhs j 4 wAfluixdTox ciuccrr cotnr OW Fu3TSnAMjtt ect 4 8 Fo tw pfeln a NoUce to Vd1trr 8 Poster etc All persons haylnj claim agfrinavj the estate of S G FosteJftdea8 d iro noticd to pr eninBata prop urly proven to the underej ibofcre the 20th dRY of May 1896 This March 20 1895 T W SIMMS Jr M C V00 a WUt coTy 9ov nvcczr- GwroauLA nNoJ rreiliOlI f 4 UK TUURA zw fitivingcjaimsagatsi1i propcrljproven icfore Maythe 20 18j5 This Mch 2lstl89 1 W SIMSIStitJ1i 31U W OC Wfak oyea are nimle ukJht1iS ion ia niodo clonr ityiP8jnrj ggmovgil ivnf4 ranulatcd lldadr vest any kIn Inay b npeedily and effpotnally cure hy the of Sutherlands Engl Ey avo JtH put up In tabcc and sold pn guarantee bjrall i1or8 Fur sale bv Haydon I Robcit on Drvgglsta BOI s LlvcrPiilda Tonic Pellet 1d 1 CoutpdtIoiJcttncss t f ti Dogu4 SPRINGlFpJLr Gdssi iNTHE WAY H6OULDGd tctiOtmeakLjssbpaji514 t- tBe beard Unxnoyd lnanwct snbg Althjnjh to brba wee not wed SorJihd ha wren oom jiw6olnev iOIvtnenkbsHerips62apo iTo tcroit a saint did thrJ l cs jcch Urt While ho secrted plwmlncm escape To some t laooyhora hn could not chhJii1 OI a libe Jnif oaek I pray Iler fond InsUtcncp Old servo her He looked fcliano line moJCldar tr1Beared and dUniited with her letror azthawcItScikSw L DocauM he wu her brand sew LtrO l Lad ho starting In to trafa Idnu jHBdctln xdBrMjr la tidlwoaaJour tlal r f WiLDois ES 1 riiThei Captora aa lodpibcy ln uatraliaSWhere Tbey AJtuwl v As IrUle th herds numbcrf rota 10 4 stal7lionstallionlabia herd andstnbborn fights frequently occur between hgrsefrowing to this Too beaten niBlea after being expelled join hcrdaoxclnBiTely of tah ef8btedbThnu1erformed by the experienced men as toi which routs the animals will take ftt t their way to the rugged hllla tot wbidf they invariably make when disturbed A ibemJi mapped out to out them oftSif pOaJblej 1 and the party sciUcre oacl totnkouih1aal1ottEdpoaitJon Ofcouree while doing ibis eveiy advantage ia taken of the natural IneojualJtici ot the ground po u to escape obserratioot When tbe alarm is gtf en bowovcrk Id1r need for canticq ia at 01 end and e chj hunter steed to full gallop Ifl ataliou11hrtJ d of the herd bjoijl jcpmes cit to neet him and endiyoisSto district nttention from the rest 4- In some rare iuataacca ho if Iaiuo4 und captured At once but ho euerallr jrcanage to rejoin his wives which by this time LTB trooped into stogie ah with Jib favorite mare in the read Should tEe herd oe turnedand got into dU1icuItfes the stallion Wins his toaiIia to cut hiin pff from tbercslShcnt4 this boeccqwpiished bothie andy tb mari becoiie confuried und the lassoer ottcn inanagotoffiaie mo or three per tnan Instances have been Imami where i hfe thrown to the ground b7 the hunutcre giving q Tiolent jer to the aniitonrs ail when itwns mak Ins tU abrupt tnro When tins otarry rtisbrpnght down either by this method Ior tho use of the lasso the rlderjnmP8J fccrn 1aaieed whips u blinderi handkerchief is used when thero Jsnoth lug prCurabeov the prostrate thorsop eyes and straps up pjjfl of Jbia f tom iege securely If this iaprcpoifl done tho animal may cdfeiy bo left nuUicalled for for no horse thus cured can stray far Should A man be eo unlucky as to capture a branded horse or a foa1yunSDIng with a branded maro bo cannot keepvlt but all otbera beooofle the prop ertypf thahnuterond alter theynndcr o rough and ready procefs of break Ji lag in they ore sold at prices rangingSfrom 415 to tJl The later figurei iihowever is seldom reacbeLnnless iri the ease voxceptlonaUy fine srallionii Great nnmbcira of tliecehrEta die frot tarvotiori in the winter time bet still tho betas show no signs of diminutituii i = chambers Jcnrnal vJ fy TLtradii the 1i1fPOztoltiul East This Newport of the east was found seine centuries ago by the Greets be causo of Its iDvigoratng cUmatcTherorepia signifying 1en1tat1d todsy Is till the refuge in the eummerjieats nor 1 only of supny of the pashas Ud cthet iJhigh Tnrkiah dignitaries whose palaces line the waterfront cr crown the JITh lnear by but of scores of iSnrojjean 4ySfarera andTBtrapQerB who want zaocjttr Ific end lesa dog than can be locnd io Pore Here leo are the houses of thue Vj eraL foreign oabaiiaies HiiKlisb Oar man FreD h and the other their yachts and dicpatchbpatB lying nteB ebor almost in drool of their gardens the brasses glistenlng iin tie sun Ai1dJthe charm of It nlll The boatat icwwaci Jack Tars Ja their white iifjj rowing back and iortb aaswexiug from the shore 3be hloo waterra blue as indgOdotte with caifinea tklmming Bboat tjje dogcarta and Ian dens crowding Jthe shore road Vlfu fOOtUiCflID gorgeousAlbanlanooattiraea Vs4of white and gold and with nashand a ciinitczi11 laako a tceneof snrpriathg brJlliaC7 and jSeaniy xmcqtiak by hany other kiailarl fcpot in Enropo Jj pl i tbempiaFttu J rt J cieui PoteU At the t1 lODllepoli W JPaducofi tlo LS jilbordoy ft man walked 1flt5th0 iRg gage room carrying aJJjdgo threo alioq S bucket loaded to the brim und Bocurely IDfaztend I I Trailt ffo get Jnia checked to Cinoin t niti ii6 id tdtbe baggage taaater r e aut check J C1alllgUJetha thewaaIufortndSBe looked Jerplezed for a taomeut 71 f and tbenrpalliedxapfdlKlrat with the h bucket In Jew teome ta o returned r rvith i large yellow alfse that buIgcc 1 nit nipioio8ly at the w flee cLiaveed bitl ticket and wed tQ lva the veliro f Thebaggngemastcteycdit ue jpfc9usIJOw had put the backatin thcraI1iennd thus earried his pothttdoisvi3ie Con tjHor o rbakthouNhoilA Hint t it iicoalatSinks with laijgufdJnteifest Ilava tyou 55- 5VnkzeL t J usd to bcethenia4S5pick out the good pieces of coallrpnx the sifter and Uirp ie reai way Now I Iihave him pick wgflwicftidefs and bare Aftthe restb rrt l3iukslVeli what dffcrdnOq4 ithatmake tWinka prondlyOhabont ttfti 4i rtPytSOIaerTiIiJettr1klS a j rT Ar U JIR t PTrig NEWSLEADeR r JI = m HEWSLEADER THURSDAY APRIL s 1896 N J JRI4 THE idea that no new public enterprise can be started and carried thronfii stccessfully vich t soma people appear t6 L have because we hare done with outit so long is A mittake Att few of our public spirited cUiJ ions bave taken hold of the water- Works scheme and it is on a fairly Bond road to success The JfBWSXiEADEH is ft firm advo t ate for progress in all things that pertain to the advancement t of our town atd cottaty and we propose to lend all assistance possible to encourage such new ideas An item in tbe Nelson Record suggests what an easytt and practical thing when once taken np is the building of a new public enterprise Bards QJI has a new and very good electric t light plant which is not only a great convenience to the people but makes that town have an appearance ot prosperity and en i f 1ightenmentrtvbich casts Spring field or any other of its neigh bors very much in the shade Bat to the practical point of the thing the Record goes on toIi fcay MItwill be ot inleresjrta those who were so opposed to I the establishing of an electric light plant here on account of the increase of expense to the city to know that the income at present from pnvate lights is alwost sufficient to bring the cost Of the street lamps down to that of the old coal oilconcerns Tne income is now x120 per month and a sufficient number of others have subscribed to increase tbe amount to 150 per month The running expenses of the plant amount to 2400 per year 1800 deducted from 2400 leaves i600t lightsi0 This is exactly what the coal oil lamps cost exclusive of break i age The foregoing fi g u res are correct taken from the books direct and should prove J conclusively that the Record I when it proposed and advocated an electric light plan it was I prompted by a spirit of economy f convenience and progress This should also argue in favor of Some 6Y the other limprovements Where there is progress there is economy likewise money There is no reason why Spring field could not build and support art electric light plant lea asI cli ap as Bardatown or in fact cheaper for if the water works t are built something can be savedJ uv utilrzinjf tbe power from theIne to the advantage of botbJ ills is a suggestion we publish Turfcomeof our publicspirited citzsns to think over Nelsontbounty had a lively convention the other day t the contest being over the instructions for Presi dent The McKinley men were in the majority however amidst the cry that Bradley has done nthiDg for Nelson county the Ohioan was endorsed The con vention declared its opposition t6 the free coinage of silver and in favor of protection instructed for John W Lewis for Congress John B Carlisle for delegate to the St Louis convention con demrcd the action of the Senate Infunsaating Walton and James endorsed the action of Gov Bradley iin calling out the State troops at Frankfort instructed for Capt A Anderson for dele gftto to the National Convention 1 JOHN G CAKfii tnChas wrists a letter concerning his intentions Lt towards being a candidate for they i IJ fJJ o JoiJSlestdept1alnomlna pTesssand the pub t uw 11tJ17hi tb m xltc 1 ft terpret its real meaning Mr Carlisle ways that he feels more interest in the declaration aiI principles from bis party than for its selections Of candidates but the real kernel of the nut is that If Kentucky endorses his course as head of the Treasury Department and he isdeefljed by the National Convention a worthy standard bearer bo will accept the charge This is i a very dig nified yet manly way of saying yes 1 would like to be President v THE contest between the McKinley and Bradley forces throughout the State goes merrily on The McKinley forces claim that of the delegates to the Republican State convention chosqnup to tbifrtime McKinley has 605 and Bradley 475 while the Louisville Commercial claims for Bradley 858 votes or three more than enough to elect The wasIcarried by the Bradley forces and whatever else will bappenI Col William 0 Bradley will go into tbe St Louis convention with at least two votes W J BALE was nominated at Hodgenville bv the Democrats to succeed Dr Walton in the State Sedate Tbe latter is the Re iblican nominee 1REDERICKTOWNlFrom Miss hurtle Tucker is visiting friends in Louisville ftfr Ed Ferguson of Maud spent several days with Harry Connor last week Miss Ada Miller of Whitewright Texas is visiting Miss Nora Tucker Miss Carrie Filiatreau a charm ing young Jaiy of dt Catharine An ly spent the Easter holidays at home MISs Della Moore has returned to her home at Paris Mo after several months visit with relatives hereMrs White of Chicago visited Miss Mattie Tucker last Joe Connor has returned from a business trip to Chicago Ill Miss Ella Sbannty is with her uncle J H Hays at Polin Misses Pearl Connor and Katy Shaunty were in Springfield Sat Sim Thompson Utah is visiting his brother S T Thompson Master Tommie Hamilton is visiting relatives here D Sutherlands Eagle Eve Salve is the heat ointment in the world for any and kjndn of sore eyes skin diseases ec ita guaranteed to cure by all dealers put up In tnbes at 25c each Fur sale by Haydon t Robertson DnitfjrlstH WIMsAI WHITES CREAM VERMIFUCEFOR Has led all WORM Remedies EVERY BOTTLE QUAMNTEED SOLD BT ALL DBVeCIXRtt BtoiixDBox mSJcul S tr wart t It will lie an pgreeabla surprise toper sons subject to attacks of bilious colic to learn that prompt roller may be had by taking hntnbcrlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In many instances the attack maybe prevented by taking this remedy swoon as the filet wymp tune of the disease appear 2S and 50 cent bottler Lightning Hot Drops What a FunnY Name Very True but It KHIa All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Relief There la No Pay rWhetever the little children the lad ifes or the big men want eumotbing to regulate their liyci or cure constiDation and blllnusneselDr Bell a Tiny Tonio Tablets is what they must have They dtne and you never feel It Purely veg otablo tae a vial everywhere For sale at Haydon 4 Robertson Druggists When flay was sick wagers her Caeloriai When she was a ChIld she cried far jChstortt When she became JI1a she clung to CutorUt THieaihe had Caudren ihegnvo them Costoria 7 Dr Bells Anti Pain cures diarrhoea end summer complaint cramps colic Bud pains by healing the Inilamrgutiorj t stop fermentatipn and relieves iut mediately till danger of fevers avoided by its ue 25c and 60c bottles guaranteed by all doaJetsFr salo by Uaydon c Roberton SHE WAS UP ON THEOSOPHY Qow a Little Wftltreu Cheeked tbeaohnas of Twp BcsUuumnt Swindlers A cruel rebukp was admlaletord several nights ago to a party of gay young mel who were in a Fourth avenue rea taurant They ordered a costly supper each supposing that some of the others had the money to liquidate the bill Shortly before the repast was finished it was discovered tbat they all together had considerably less than enough to pay the demure little waitress who stood behind their chairs With a wink one of them turned the conversation toward theosophy and tbe cue was soon caught Each declared that he had known tt0 others inapriar ute some 1200 years ago and one of them went so far as to say that he remembered how they had sat together at just such a supper one moon light nigbt in March 1300 or 1600 years ago The little waitress became interested in the conversation and eager ly drank in the details of the supper eaten so long ago Thinking that the time for action bod come the leader of the party arose and remarked that he clearly remembered that the little waitress had also served they dnring the famous supper in ques tion and that he could never forget her bright eyes and her rosy cheeks to all of wliicH she responded modestly and the convocation was fast assuming a sentimental turn when the girl noticed that the young men were leaving one by one Finally only two remained and as they snowed signs of going without pay ing she remarked genUemenbo Itre sponded thT pokesman cheerfully We will settle this when we dine here March 12 8096 We will all meet Hero on that date You remember when we were here 1200 years ago dont your Oh yes sir she replied naively but iit is not the present bill that I am uaklpg for it is the bill yon made 1200 years ado Dont you remember that you said youd pay me the next time you came to earth And there was such a malicious little twinkle in her eyes that two handsome light overcoats were left as a pledge o- fpaymentLouisville Courier Journal Thoughts on Spring Some thoughts on spring are not fit for publication Spring is the season when poets and livers get out of order If you have flannels to abed prepare to shed them in July The well known poetical reference to spring as an ethereal mildness was promulgated long before the introduc tion of the weather bureau Spring poets are the great propagators of pulmonary complaints Spring ghastly spring Even a spring chicken is a delusion and a snare If the robin is really a sign of spring bo ought to be ashamed of himself In these latter days blizzards are tbe only genuine harbingers of spring That tired feeling incidental to spring iis greatly aggravated by reading spring poetry in one column of a news paper and the weather report in another In tho spring a young mans fancy lightly turns to thoughts of cough mixtures The most effete monarchy of modern times is the one presided over by the May queen Frailty thy name is spring Spring by say other name wound not be nearly so deceptive Possibly it is because spring is tbe youth of the year that it iis so disagreeably fresh J Sweet spring full of sun and blow lag roaossore throats and blowing nosesSpring gentle spring get n thaw on yourself INew York Sun A Pncxfe For an Indiana Pcwtmaater A letter mailed at West Point Ind is now in the Lafayette postofflce ad dressed thus What though the snow bo high as any mountain what though the sleet and rain in torrents pour so much that earth would seem live one vast fountain No matter With this letter swiftly soar to Mr Garibaldi D McGinn whom rumor whispers dwells on Burwell place As D implies bit middle name is Dennis this pointer use his whereabouts to trace Indian apofls Sun Getting Even With Him HazelI bad a good joke on my coal- man today I told him he had a pretty heavy coal bill and he disputed it Nntt Did you provo it to him Hazel You bet I told him to Weigh it on his own Kales Truth One of the Bcqaliltci SheDid yonnave pleasant evening at Gayboys HeRloriqua SherWhat did you do HeTlratg just like a womannow could it have been a glorious time if I could remember anything wedidf NeW York World Ramons Nerve had Bone Oil cures Rheumatism Cuts Soles Burns antf fbrzg a cMCfrILL i= E I Coal LamtiPrVGram and Field Zeed jII OBEBUI DING MATERIAL Fertilizer Royal Cement Wall Plaster Plaster of Paris Cement SaltPFlooring Shingles Lathes Doors Sash Blinds sic l The weighing of Live Stock solicited Highest Cash price paid forJ i Wool Hides and all kinds of Grain and Field Seeds Office and Warerocms Doctor ana Railroad Strpetsrf WV VgiyW55rW J BURTON DIN HAYDON d MBurtonCo BEN HAYDON Sr Manager Undurtakufs and Funuml Director Coffins Caskets Burial Robes- Of all Kinds FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptyftniglt or day IbeI rvices of an EXPERIENCED EMBALMER a graduate from a school of embalming have been engaged 7= = J M BURTON CO Hagan Block Springfield Ky IT TICKLES YOU INSTANT RELIEF Too Gu- ruLIGHTNING nOT DROPS CUR ES cramp nom Flax Cholera H bus Nausea Changes of WaUr H EALS Cuts Bums Btubcs Scratch Bites of Animal Serpents Bull etc CREAKS U P Bad La Grippe Influenii Croup Son Tbroat etc SMELLS GOOD TASTES GOOD DOES GOOD EVERY Tina Erernriitr tt 25c sal Mo Pw ttii Solid Par llllMl4tU u1tatruaa aa1ua6bW- HERB MEOICINB co SPRINOFIELD niiIIIIIUhIIIIIILLIIIIIIIHHhlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIhu Patronize Homo IidustryBRING BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS NOTE EEADS- ENVELOPES INVITATIONS and Everything in the Printing Line to us We will do the work quickly neatly and IN THE LATEST STYLE THE NESLEADER LI sEa ELROYiloK a FUR il HARDWARE i TINWARE 1 STOVES ETC t SEE OUR NEW LINE OF BisellsvChilled Plows Brown Culti valors and Brown Double Shovels s Buckeye and Meyers Force Pumps c t BICYCLES AND PISTOLS 4 vV Country Produce taken in Exchange for Goods l t 0 Tin Roofing and Guttering A Spealtyir See our STEEL RANGES and get our prices V t Uood Old Granny Metcalf f6 years old living atli18 Monroe street Padncxl KJ says that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is tho beat grip cure cough luilg and rohchiftl remedy that has been offered during her life Guaranteed by all dealers kor sale by Haydon tit Robertson TABLERS BUCK EYE n PillOINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as the BEST REMEDY for PILES f SOLD D7 ALL D3uo8IaTa mi trKOUZMOl KZJ II A new theory in tho treatment of coughs lung arit Jjroncbi l affections has been advanced bytbe manufacturers of Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It is truly a wonderful remedy All dealers sellit on positive guarantee For sale b Haydon it Robertson fJrugglHts PIANOS AND ORGANS Sold on easy paments Ams Tuning and Repairing done by a first class workman I can save you money Write me before yin purchase B 11 BRITTON HarroSfbarg Ky or Springfield Kv PLYMOUTH ROCKS PLYMOtTHRoCZfl EXCLUSTVELY have some very fine cockerels and pullets for sale at a reasonable price Also eggs in season MRs HJBI ONArr- Springfield Ky Every person big li tie old yoynR black or white rich or poor who has ever used Pr Bells Pine Tar Honey pro pounce it the bes cough and lung rem edy on earth Its true too alb deal ers guarantee it For sale by tlaydon 4 Robertson Druggist the DeT wu we bin Outorlft whet abe ws a CLOd she cried hr CusUxrta Vhen she became flits she dime to Cartons Ybeo Ihr Vkl OUiaran stbca Cutcrta Bncklens Arnica Salve The best salve in theworld for cuts bruises sores ulcers salt rheum feve pores tetter chhpped hands chilblains corns and all skin eruptions and peel tively cures piles or no pay requirck It is guaranteed to give Hatfaf action or money refunded Price 25c per box at Hardon t Robertsons Drug Store Sheriffs Sale FOR TTDESOn The sairio being County Court Day I will offer for stile atj the nlrt Hong dbor in Springfield Ky to tho highest bidder the follotrlngtfescribed property or much thereof as will pay the taxes and costs due mo as SlienfC of Wash iViRton County Ky bole the persons in Whose name said property Hated for taxes for the years and amounts set opposite their names John O Whently one house and lot In district No years 189304 00 taxes and cost 1552 Anthony Grundy one house and lot in district No 8 years 18ft o4ft taxes and costs 1552 Dan Gnihdy one house and lot in district No 8 yearn I8881 flg05 taxes and cost 12724 This April 1st 1800 JT CRATOBOIT SncVifl iyW R THCttSUX ft P awAll powona owing taXcVjdoq now are notified that IiyliLw IthjiatTrfr1t thor notlid advertise and ucif p op ry nnwiic4paid 1axtxareduouaesStheY- ctllanrtisetilol1nt uatelvtt f 1 tT tU1 I q dY7 rr 1 r i JL FOR 7 LOO T If you pay V now you can i f r ge you Cdunty PaPeirtthe t NEWS- jj IJEHDER 1jf tl eFOR ONE YEAR t k- yt J f New MlUt gem nt Kei Featnres LNew Drtiss r i t f Rewsy a SPiCY Oriinal JlitIpllddllt r JsrY ZrAnd an Indespensibleyis itor in every household 1 Help us with your dollar and we wilL give youra lfltpaper of which WasJun one County will be proud I FQR j1L 15O 1 lj We will eared you they Nlias= k LEADEn rind the Reekt C9 rjeV Jourrral for orte jear f iiNri UZ1t sad wee l1 Comte Jit merclal for 11 N LEADaa and Chdnwrtr Engiiirtr far si5 f fNEwi A 9liltaril Circrnnsttt Twieta =Wild CoPJ IclGII i Otte for 8i6irt imafipairldi i sentflnyoer 1teit f4f t 7 ti flflYISflfifAnUuVnf JIt EiCtct rl l if t rzw I r u A I yr 4b T ir rwrkI1 a4 v tt t rA E N E WS tE F1 yrp at el r1r 9 t + w + l w a 4THHEWS4EADER T rtratflflKlQ EvcuT THirasDATa X c SPRINGFIELD KY e19 1r PIN yUID Gold Fillings f150 OoW Alloy i J Atnalwam iih0White Filliugw 60 Uao OUONTONDEB for the Painless Extraction of it t the Teeth ftr I fc LEATHERSAH i DENTIST jtf- BARPGTOWN KY I Tlf TEETH i EXTRACTED WITHOUTr- r L PAIN By tie use ot Vitalized Air trot y and a new method of my own which leaves no bad effects t Ariifcial teethI11 different t grades and pricfts 4 Ldtightened small xpeDBeI Badge work Mai crowning s Ipecls1 l I ErsChessuPrices reasonable For the presenTT will be in r Springfield the first Wednesday Thursday and Friday of each month end longer if work iis plenty Office over Haydon Robertsons drugstore with Dr Cooper Main oEceI628J Fourth Avenue Louwrille Ky DR F R WILDER JR J FRiNEH1tRT i FFICE HOURS i to 4 pm Tuesdays aindsaturdays- SPRINGFIELD KENTmKY r f dR JBR COOPER e t vl i OClte oreHP4doag Robertson drag ore i KYrii r DR 1 E BURTON t DENTIST 3 TEETH EXTRACTED l WITH VF PAIN1 o raBtIpL mtaii It4k u BBxIN4FlEfDY f SY1DE SALOON JOHN F6BEENEiPBOP ftxciailrh Sal bf the i Whiskeyaffio JSE BRANDIES WINES CIGARS TQBACCOl C 2 OR ll 1h THl6 il fakly Commercial twit into of IMS Piw- rt one sending as in a iuhscriptt o4hw Zafor one year so tngnl- e4 = Li1 thisalr snbeci pUnn prl flet 4iii1 irene Aear a copy o- frw th e ChBatCTOlala d ra II 1 JBOUT T0WN ledposts for laat Marks b1cElroyslnmberyatds t c Bargalhslt sedond hand harness al ek3e Jnewnofcarpe And matting at Thompson C3ement- BliteSale 300 JOBhela oath for sal cheap by 8 M Karrick hnUtest9rlBest variety of garden seeds In town at IdiiA SMdera tRrafcllne aiJa hooks and all kind of fishing tackle for sale at Joe At Snaderfl lprii forget the Lbulsvfllo fltora opening Saturday A souvenir given to each visitor Canned Tomatoes S for 25c Sugar Corn 2 cans for 15o Early June Peas lOo a Ca 1at Jos A Shaders Wanted to buy AboutSOOQtfbuflh els of corn market price paid Apply to Thompson Clements Springfield Ky Sweet potatoes brazilIans bermu- da southern queen and Jersey yellow Just o1 Ted and sold cheap by Jos A Shadbr Millinery opening Saturday April 11 Otraift display latest novelties Everybody Invited J G Mansfield Co Mru JKate Williams opening Satur day iras quite a success Her parlors Were crowded the entire day all were with the exquisite styles nd we ieel sure the will be the recipient of a large share of the patron alIMiss Birdie Arnold entertained Bat rday evening Those present were Misses Dollie Green Perryville Bet tie Irvine Ella Oraycroft Mary Noe Myrtle Mansfield Messrs Peny Perryyflie Will McElroy Garland Cunningham Joe Mansfield and Will HagaSome valuable letters from several of our valued county correspondents have turned up missing this week mdch to the disappointment of the Editor as wen as to our many readers WpHznstthatbynezt week we will have an the news from all of our neighbors MissMyrtlojCampben entertained a few of her Mends last Friday evening Among those resent were Misses Ens Oraycroft Mary Noe Bettie Irvine Annie drundy Alice Noe Mittier Van Arsdall Messrs Geo Colvin Wfll Wharton Arvin Noe Will Hagan Will and Palmer McElroy Fire caught from a flue in the rearI roof of the residence of Ed M Bus el last Saturday morning But for the prompt action of the bucket bri gade which was on hand before tie alarm was fairly rounded there might have been a serious conflagration As it was the damage is trifling Darnley Beaufort cases will be called Thursday morning before Judge Thomas The trial of the six cases will consume fully a couple of days and will draw a large crowd of curious spectator Beaufort will be repre seated by Hon E E McKay Jno S Kelly prosecutingNelson Record A Presbyterian Mission Church be known as the Joe Hardin Chapel situated on the banks of the Beec Schooil Satinidens has been at work organizing thb church for some time and will conduct the services The new church is in a good neighborhood and wfll no doubt prosper Tatham Springs will soon be withi talking range of Springfield and Louisville too for that matter A telephone Is to be built immediately The first load qf poles which are to fee used in the construction of the line t was brought in from down the coon try the other day and work will begin Immediately Tatham promises to be an evn more attractive and popular resort than usual this season The Washington Fiscal Court met here Tuesday there being a full at tendanceof Magistrates The onl business of any importance was tfi e levying of a tax of 5 cents on the OneHundred dollars of property for bridge purposes The old covered bridge which has for years spanned the Little Beech on the WUlisburg pike to to be torn down and a new Ifon bridge put in Its place The old bridge has been declared unsafe and new one has been needed for some time An order was also made to the affect that no more outside claims f Seeping pauper wffl eanowed to persons giving a support to poor peo pIe who refuse to go to the ty oorhouse onT Harmon Qp are row oc- d rjjWHgth livery awls on taatt lhreetreoeatly vacated by Barrio They desire th have the pubUoknow tnst they Bf prepared to lrJ11ah good liveryontfit 1 ardlior s and doa general iivery buibMM atreMom Vablejrates Tney wffl be tpjaad dlevr and accomodatlng and It close Aften tton to basnreeandearQtortheIc I L t of their customers count foranything the new Jhreiy D Win b pop lilac with altr 2fewewas brought hi from Willis burg of a TOW in that quiet little vU lage Sunday nigh Jn which Btid Law son a young man was stick and slightl wounded It seems that a crowd of young fellows went about town after dark and began to amuse themselves by throwing rocks at the houses of some of the neighbors Windows were broken to one of the drugstores and the house of an old negro man stoned They also shied a few rocks at the house of one George Crouch but here it seems they struck a snag for the young fellows there got a call Some one began to shoot and quite a number of shotswere fired and when the smoke cleared away Bud Lawson was found to be shot twice but the wounds were both slighta PERSON1 L John Walls la in Lexington this weekon boainess Mr Sim Thompson Utah Is hereon a riiit to relatives Mr Len Spalding and wife visited fns R Clement Sunday Miss Annie Tom Spalding of Lebanon is visiting the Misses Mudd IIss Mary Vancleave Lebanon is a gtiest at the home of W Hr Sweeney I Ed Mattingly and Prank Boone two of Bardstowns young men were here Sunday Miss Mary Bovill after several days visit at St Catharines has gone back to Lebanon Miss Fmtft Howard after a pleasant visit to the family of A H McChord has returned home Miss Cora Vanarsdall and Mrs Beve Leachman of Pteadsnt Grove were in town the first of they week Mr John D HOI wit and son came over from Lebanon Sunday and spent the day with Mrs M I Leach man Mr Geo E Medley isstill quite sick Ed McElroy Is assisting in the work at the First National during Mr Medleys illness Will and Palmer MeElroy left Tuesday for Louisville where they will yaks a course at the Bryant sit Stratton business college Mrs W H Sweeney gave a La gomachy party last evening at her home and a delightful evening was spent by an those present Mr G L Heyman came In Wednesday and will remain the balance of the week so as to be on hand at the opening of the Louisville Store on Saturday Mrs O C McOhord entertained last Friday evening at a Welsh Rare bit luncheon Among those present ware Mesdames A H McChord A Cunningham Misses Bottle Irvine Margaret Thompson Annie Cunning ham and Messrs Geo Wharton Garland Cunningham Ed McElroy and Will Leachman An Affidavit This Is to pertlfy that on Mny llth I pairofChamberlains Pain Balm for inflammatory rheumatism whisk had crippled mo cornecured I can cheerfully rocom SuuburylPaSworn and mibxcrlbod to before mo on August 10 18M Walter SMpmait J P Fo sale at 50 cents par bottle NOTICE Creditors are hereby notified that Iwill receive and hear claims against the estate of James Myers SpringfieldnKy horn March 20 1896 J T C HOE Assi nee of James Myers 100 A VISIT s L a phytldanf usual fee A 54 cent bottle of Neats Laxatjve itYstipanonlladacheeta rlaantand wue for alleges and A tdenUfic sad gist drugforNUT LoallwUll Kj Capt Swftoney U S At San Dioo Cal says ahitoha Catarrh Remedy la is the first medicine I have over found that would do me any goodw Price Sec rIjr Boils Pine Tar Honey Is different from all other cough remedies It cures by allaying too inflammation end giv instone strength vigor and vitality to the resp lory orttsni G nnran teed by oil sealers For sale at Haydon R Hobert IlUPDruggiata1 Now is the time to subscrIbe for the NBWSLBADEB only 81 a year l owrws ldN emFRSr itfiMTadlgeditealUnOQSZ1CMr1DI epal lwrtr eouineiw r andCeatraTLcbI1Ur bps CenuhieII lv r J fTcrm Louisville Store SPRING OPENING SATURDAY APKtL 11 1896 r to We will have our Spring Opening and extend To one and alla cordial invitation to visit our store Curing the day thebaD4soplestlinethe tstttttfrt4aya in New York Philadeiphiaand Boston Our stock consists of the latest effects in Silks Brocade Satins Mohair Novelties Silk and Wool Mixtures Persian uitings Dresden and Persian Organdies Linen Batistes Dimities and the very Newest Trimmings such as Laces Embroideries and Bandst y jv A special effortbadbeen made to bring the Latest Novelties ifi LACE CURTAINS and DRAPERIES of all kinds SHIRT WAISTS PARASOLS FANS KID GLOVES of all colors with new stitching SPANGLED LEATHER and GOLF BELTS etcall tope found in our new store J We will not qlo livesbut It is our intentoD to offer gppds at BPECIrRI fii1 ring be day t x SOUVENIRS S VENIRS We will present ONli lady of each household with a USEFUL Souvenir in rem mRranca of the occasion Come n and see whatiwe have to offer Look at our WINDOW DISPLAY and remember that it is a PLEASURE to SBOWour roods and no trouble to SELL them t We also desire to call your attention to the handsome new line of BOYS GOLF SUITS and a general line of Clothing Shoes and the finest line of Furnishing Goods to be found anywhere Keep YQur eye on this column it will do you good 4 SPECIALS 4 For the Next Week We will make the following prices on Carets and Mattgs Hemp flarpeta 12c Cotton Ingrains 25o Union Ingrains SOc C C Ingrains 87c 0 C Extr Snper9Sc- All Wool Ingrain t49c All Wotd Ekra per 55e Fancy Mattings lOcV Linen Chats M litlhge v1mc tinllhJjcIllandmade c Oil Clotb tae v English Linoleums 87o1t Smyrna Sofa BugfltWOO Six feet MnqueKte tips 8300 Four feet dovuetle Rugs 8250 lace Curtains Etc Lace Curtains 2i49c Lace Curtains 875c LaceCurtains 84 9100 Dotted Curtain wiss15c Figured Curtain Swios 20 to 50c Ecru Sorim 60a Fancy 8crim10c- Window Shaica with Spring Rol Jere t2qclV 6 WALL PAPER Brown Backs fc White Back6c Gilt8c BurKes Choice Patterns white lOc Burgos Choice Patterns gilt15c Emboaaed 15o Thirtyone inch Ingrain 15c Borders and Ceilings to Match any Wall Paper Draperies y- Our stock ef Drapery Silks Silkalincs Sateen Drapery Japanese Drapery etc is more complete and varied than any stock ever shown in town t We hive a tremendous stock in each of the four itvcrjinteresting On Saturday April 11 we wily make a special dispjjays of Dress Goods Fancy Silks for waists Hbsiery Handkerchiefs Shirt Waists jete Mens and Buys Fancy Shirts Hats Suspenders Neckwear MetfS and- Womens Shoes all widths and till Toes r Come arid see us on thatclay and see the most magnificent and most artistic display of Novelties ever shown inn dry gqcds store in this town y r JU NINGN fl 9LNeANt +v r- r JIII eF TEAj PRICEi6 l Here is Your r efianc fogcttovl prices for aSb days L F1ue Zephyr n es GligMi gt REGULAR 15G QUAtTY REbtfbefcTO t k 711 2 cirrfsdRt 1 ti We have lust received a Fresh tot of Mire paltfernL aOUT PRICES onall Clothing for this wdek A NICE PEEN tGOES WIT SUIT OP CLOTH ES fNED tiS tiRrfit WnI8Tfl r t5 ti jt Ifsd bi sure tbir J btbe xight t iIng1k ill see in ibisidButfj r lullsJeevestothb cull 505 to 160 j We tree aploae tCt jt pJl ou dont tftU to cote in and 1W oilbp rb itDCKs i f5 v r MCGHORD RORTSQN 2 I HEW spRINGGofi1 j ARRIVING DAILY j S 3iyfr WE ARE IN THE BUSINESS t ilfti FOR f UIrr AND NOT FOR PROFIT r t Tbis year You will believe iHf you jftU come toonrfsWreiinmif learn of the LOW PRICES that ire are Celling Dry Good l 6l6thl ingHats Millinery Goods Furnishitig Goods aiidShoes t We have the latest Fads of Fashiuasvellu a full and complele line of staple goods than the peopiere compellMl W have and we meet you on THE SQUARE Brother Farm v with prices that ccmpare with yjror wheat corn and all other of yoflf low priced product Call and see us MANSFIELD A SONS I lIff JOHN W CRUM 6 BROiI LEADING LI3l RY1lleNre 4 JjLEBANON ICY t STABLE SpaldinSf Avenue and Mulberry Street wlJack of Norns House tGOOD VEHICLES FiRSt CLASS HORSES jt Special Ratos to Commercial Men Safe end Reliablef DriVeril J Washington Country Trade Solic- itetiPJAN1NGMILL v SPRINGFIELD SAW ATO r MARKS BSc LROY Prop MANPFAtJlDRERS AND DEALERS TN r AM kinds of Sough and Dressed Luabar j Lathes MotoldinjpeGwl j v A ins Frames Sash Dbbris Blinds Tobacco Ho fihcftds s j Cypress Shingles Acme Cement Blaster ttt i v Bill Stuff cut to order on Short Koike fiijrtiSalr Cttb tricd paid forall kinds ot Logs QallaDd seetts find uFOffice and Ya1d JOckey Aiente6iIet en Httli4 Rtfrioit f qq Ji AIENDRGM BUTCHER t irt- large ti r r i 4 i baVe TeWoved my hop to jtot bPioW the Gcfriinercini note1a1itt p j desire to ittiorm my patlronS that I am better pFcptrltfd than ever tti furnish r Vv Ji V JIf i Choice Meats at Lowef Priicr i t talsoPrice for Poultry MulctEire JEt ti JL ff r HEN L RAILROAD MQHO A MWi s a It takes pafseageri from tlw folug atMiol s to WALTZ t C uslnesrVerbt0Paiiwt isI fife 3nck et Kidney Troubles NBATS LAXATIVE Ask fir it Take Sf Jrtfctr if JsLtd1 j MAT 7 1 2i j r Fl T t r ET 7 Ji J T 1 1 wf I I i f i4 l U ii 1 NEWTHE LEADE Et ll TOUCHED A SECRET SPRING 4 I5nt1 crrn7ofvbf B4egtaaOI4Dek4n Icnry 3 xoee tsbelnggnzcdup rrlth envIous eyea otthoir ty ifanrieo kei and Baajf LaBibarton Thcsp ibrOO gentlemen occnpyUKJ office 0oa California street and bare a rfralJar lore far font TVblcui is artistlis t and unique Thin mad tbcmtall desire tL powcsbion of atoiqao bnusa boned ccedekawioaiEg and is wWofa i baa just ftmnd treaswea ThQUriimgdeakWu di rniembJ idMbr in csiioa Baaed Bolaaco Be Jssco it will be remembered a fortx fright ago bought same old boxes which ccoa bolongodto CoulcyLeath He paid ifiafcO for them acd found juaoog the oilier conteute old coins and rare Htamps of the vnlao ot 4800 had como to zirbe began telling Infldesfc i TLonfixtjyhahrdSghtiQiedericnp t Its ago was apparent It was mode of Tcecvjood raabonBd ieavilyiwitli brasa thVVzn etaL BflbU1U1 brucnuiand1 iin bras shield showed that fbe desk if da not a inero ornament bnt was in tedded for traveling This fact vras at Jested olio by the capacious interior which m13 divided off into mailer com iarltnant3by4dtfJlvcaofe ndaIwood The vrorkmanship shown in the cbect ind ila oddnessjHadeocbmaadeairoTia to becojcoo the WIJU None wished to jroi np the entire coEliowtvefjfio oft r they had Itfwcrcd the dealers price 17 to 460 They each contributed 1h50 and the ownership of the desk asTcft to tbo arbitrament of fata It was eaggeqtedJrsi that 4hcy throw 65bOfoc it had yV4V- ilr Crocker borrowed three JiO centt thrhcnr ratotakthccakroAlttoTrcrdtbethreeimtdowntbQir Palm1htioifvraifheada Mr Dunbertpaa ooa tIVr1illmod ataItwis exhibited making HrCttooier winner f preparedtoV1uthtodVVYou dont bow anything about that t 4Lc9iY io said It might giTe yonr whole family smallpox or cmething getibaolditover to your fionsa Thau lit Smiled in superior wanColtl hovrglad ho vraa ho hadnt yrcn the j uk As tho days passed end the an tiqCo btGI oofcrnJtnrpt11l emathedi t1of the office Mr Casey grew to be quito a i ciefT Tbd result yta that the wriUrir conztantthougVand Monday afternoon epurrod on by VZir Caseys chaffing Mr Crocker look fctitov thoroughly to if he oould t 7iiot cone it to some use ahdbt the offico nets he could not take it home f TLedcikwcg atrungonoi and with iho cabbies remoTod vrouldnako on nt t tacUVe receptacle vfor papers While f1xr Crocker vru examining its interior toseq how it could bo altered his finger touched ft hidden Bpring ApanelinthO VqthOdesk ct onco fflVt reveal VIJIgthreaThnll drawers liia cry of atonIabiient at onco Tutrcght Caeoy and liunberton to citlai TlieircliaQng all died aways11 iha firet drawer ahowed two 50 VSonedrly 60 yearaagolntttndonVt i dly gent ine The second drawer cpn talocd an old fashioned gold cratch ccriotslycftrredandadisiiorredtjpoon the back of which was an almost oblits wrated iflECjfptibn LSoice earrings fixtn tent pattarn and a finger ring beau ttf clud4 rested wbii in1Ibi P hMia plAte ao deftly fazbionod that the speclatorawere dumb with rutonith1 t antrot Wbex theyregniued their tongues yrcrhclmcd Mr Crocker with ccagratnialioos Cagey admitted that ih xo wasnt much of ajoaacoCr clcn after allIWhat wilBelazcoanyb DUtBebSCb didnt eay a thing As Vcon2lr4 he heard that he droppod down fWm1tu 4BO ona1o consisting of oOblth aniJ 6qmevalnablo jew A ilry ho mado a ben line for his store vord came from the neighbors that the rnri6 dealer carefully prying out tile ntiro interior cf all the many desks Vhend boxed in his possession There were no xcpofta of his haying fonud scylhjng Mr Crocker ig looking fer- xhcrc brass bound rotawood desks with iZhid ku sprfnSS pau Francisco CalL i i Ifs All Onr Fault It ScemaI 4uriea lie not exactly tho qoartcr i bwcold have expected a com hJgnaijoMagazineItand bV4t Siig xbnngQfor the worse and that J end obarcttentianBnt2t VJ Jbll1JI SlJahttjQgutSTerauflha been Americanized within recent oQ1oqnialnlrccities their waiiattf print are direct importa Jf4tberef 5UimurdeVt44xxbL too meHfieunj lea aBsassinfl jjsttjincKJ London Worldo rHOHrJExtended empire like expanded gold jciaJwugftB wild strength for feeble jttoihoi Jduiton Hop6 ia not the man for your banker rV r ihoaRh he 3t tt COIDJnlonIIaJnnmou ecronjcnics are different in erery totratry but frtft politeness is every wharotba samK GoldarnVThough litle flrejgrdws gteikt trith 1ftUa wiiid jet ertreHiegn6tswill aIL1espercjt t M ftJtt vo i THE CLEV WOMAN wo VELA VfVCcri bit OnXy Otui TtLi wiA Iwo clover lmjJ1cdwt Inxuriotuestablishmentv and was die pcasing tea to temoarcallers in cups cf pziceleooVfeienooV Women who write infl been the bjcct on the tapiifc and the remark wdeliraleJcoapliment to jthewom an towbom heliauded the tea She agQthe extent cf making good income as ho fruit ct unwearied industry Sho- dha never known thodelighfs of daV jaonds or her own carriage or a box at th ho sometimea apent a h4rdeopcrLned br drive but tbocawas either luxury In the carriage nor jnriftr 1Jesa in the steeds and she was conscious ill through the drive that when she went back to the cube she would write BOmething about the country in spring orihe flotsam of fall foliage and flow j rayrith whioli the suburban resident could decorate his house and table If the tookocat in the opera house tha rarely lost herself completely j thojnxieic aa ebb would have liked to do because skeletons of paragraphs toa theater hats and theater manners Vm Jcnerawho nske love in the stalls as well uen thestoPanda thousand other things for the next 4ays paper flitted ov1gIxVber adn She never had A Fe Vxgown on the yewalked ten blocks ajjd climbed seven stories to find a drcssmtikcr who would make tb ovxgh at the same time mar her one sownforlp Hefjnodcfit house7 was prttty end phe was even quite famous for her petite ibupcre at which one cometimeM2iot eminent and always do lightfnl twoplc but Qirberself and her one aaid new at what cost of per tpiring brow and smutched fingers und achhag back thom damy little dishes TrerafivolvedL o ithereruahoost rovcrenoe inBcr jtones as she replied t 1Jl9ear you aro ibe clever woman O7areVlax sore defer than George ElioL The aUsmart wOmb ia tote one who makes her own daily i even though there Jbe o Neaol- dopuddIng thrown in now and thenan It anfszhawbocan cuseAU this luxury to be laid at jher pretty satiefiod Toot It is like eat inga Dehnooico dlaoer ant lamenting yotxare not the chef who cooked itjNot the woman who works but she W yohOworking ia the really cleverwoman May there not bo two kinds of clev ernefis t said the woman who came to 3 tooMEN WITH POOR MEMORIES Zta ofFrlrada Bod ten Sernmt Sac deAl hrzoUe An nmuaing inrfaiicoof aphasia wee that often old country gentleman wboJ rctixiued in his employ Jargesnumbor ocrvants most of whom he hnd- knOwDsinc childhood 4deoJymmmoa1iIi name bad for the moment as ho thought escaped him Ho determined to frcallblafootmanho discovered that be could no more lIinemberlexs J Ho Was all tho more astonished when hofonnd that he had entirely forgotten 4ho names of every roan and woman in hi8fo6fVfooIHo had also fbrgotten the names ofJ his most intimate acquaintances and co et about providing substitutes ETeryj man was known by his peculiarities neighborhoodqueen or the grand vizier lib imtlbr end footman were respectively old walter and young waiter Another curious instance of aphasic waa that of a famous Berlin physician iBo wee sitting in his study ono morn i 3g writing a receipt for a bill when suddenly after having written two jordHe tried to write on but found be could think of no word Ho threw down Ia his pen in despair and attempted to speak but was squally unzucceenfola This was ono of those cases however which coon pass off und ill a short time ho was able to finish the receipt Odds ndEn JpanaoiJapaneeemusiclc crude There are no written notes to go by in playing nor has the iuger any Do Re Mi toplay by observation hnitatiou and prac tice luHtrnmeuial and vocal mnsio uro always Caught together and by the rune instructor who is either a lady or a blind man who has lEeched a muSical d ereewThtt singular method of practicing r a young lady intent npon cultivating her voice is thus described c trathinilothesruniscna banjo with a cqnare bodyl played with a plectrum of I ascends every cold night IvoryantI drylugThere she sits for hours SILting and away until she can endure itIno longer Upon coming down she is so hoarse as to be unable to utter A word bis training is persisted in until her natural voice has left her and a new clear voice has been acquired which C1nj bolieard in a storm Tho girl screams her worthless voice out and away Pcanons Woekly Too Vagis on Pole Ycvr story is n little vague at ono point raid the publisher and the otngwcnian naturally warned to know tIhe whereabouts of the alleged TftguoJ I ness UblIargumenta had no rocourco tnt tprwyxnans most effective weapons jgninsttho tyrant teaililorGalatea exclalmedVpygmalion tcaao time afterward with a shiver cS70Bemembcring my antecedents sirM haughtily replied 1drs PygmalionL what else could you esgo TribunV ODirOrl SlIudV iIiIr ctQDftolieVVAriu4naJakoViqtIm cOOt4lif JJr V Fewclotbefi Noo but the villftge land got there too JateVNew York k Wovitl i t VVVV RIDING ON SUNBEAM InvcaUoa Tor Carrytap Soanfi VJtt iout Wlrc Wb n walking throng the lal orafory of the Volta bureau with Dr A Graham Belli the inventor cf Ule telephoafe I Jocaofi and sigh Inches square Out of tho ceBeten of it extended a speaking tubo whicha apparently rested against a thin disk of bright metal annkinto the oppo site side This metal was like a silver mirror And was about aaJarge around as thebottoin 7ellwas a perfected instrument Whose original construction enabled him to project his voice from one point tq an ul1eamItsounds ai spdetrnment and put tbo tube toSris mouth holding the xnirror ao that it caught the 011lhtnous shapes by the action of his breath agoinsUtbo mirror diaphragxn UTlUIt shows you said he how- eth action of the diaphragm ia carried along the ray Now if you will put a little bottle with some soot in it where that shadow ia on the wall and speakinj into the tobe you will find th sound will travel along that ray of lightandIy having a receiver connect ed with the4iottlo one would bo able to hear wbat 700 00 saying We have spoken bythisxtreans to and from pouts l 200 yarda apajrt and there scorns to no sentareasonalong u beam of light forgrcatdfetrtancos In our ve j first used selenium a very Mrs SUb stance and very sensitive to llbt We sootwdnooand the discoveries mayyoVBei made which will maku such an in vention commercially prafcticabla Worlds Frogreso NATURE OF THE ELDER DUMAS me Xtorral the Aotreut Aiwy Culled Him Her Good boa I did not meet the elder Dumas until ao was an tho wano but was acquainted with him before ho fell under the in mce of Mob Isaacs Mecen When ung his hair was fair then dark but whcp I saw him it was gray and in texture lees woolly than the negros His Ups were thick end extended from ear ear when be laughed and his tooth wore uneven and sot apart from each other He flattered himself that his uoso was straight It was however lumpy with Wide strongly marked and quiver ing nostrils To the pride of Jife ho was inecnaiblo But ho was a slave of tho flcah though inn fitful way and the Jievcr ending preasure of creditors oblig ed him to react against bis conviviality One saw that ho was a force of nature end a child of nature His small bonds sad too anti his singularly acuto though good natured him eyes alone indicated blood derived om a long line of civilized northern- ancestors There wore truces of Africa hta speech His laugh wee a guffaw but us hilarity was contagious When a casbof suffering was made known to him bis face at once fell and if he knew tho sufferer the broad face contracted and lie howled until ho had spexit his grist Mare Dorval whom ho and Victor Hago thought the grcarst octross of her time far emotional ptirU used to call him leer bon china and her Ugros chien In tho hour of death she did not lay aside this term of en dearmont which any ono else would have resented Ho was doggish in many rocpectfl but of the generous impulsive Nowfouudbmd typeThe Elder Du mas II by Emily Crawford in Century Ibo RIDC of UDea Wouldnt you like to bo king of Korea ust now Net to the king of tho CAnI nibal islands who may at nny time be served up as a ragout or in the shape otobroilor a roast the Korean potentate occnpiffl on enviable posit ion Since tb ssneeltiution cf tho queen he is in dailyr fear of his life Ho is afraid to oat any thing unices it baa been specially pro pared by the wife of the American missionary dootor Mrs Underwood litCkloving subjects might drop something nto his soup so his meals lire sent to him in a locked box ono key of which Mrs Underwood has while ho has tho ther If any one could pick that look the would be heard in the thTueking In What a charming life to load IIWhat a happy man that king must be almost as happy as tho New York tmmpI ho can quietly freeze to death because thoy wont let 1dm sleep in the station house NoW Ycrk HeroldIhrmau71AocordfDJ n Ber liu English residents in Germany have found it specially necessary of late to be guarded in theIr remarks about polities eveutswben In public places Do states that to his knowledge one Englishman was haled off to the police court for on alleged indiscreet reference to tho em pcror uttered while about to sit down t Comarks by way of boradajuvre A nOIjI which is no doubt ben travato was then being told iu tbo English debt An Englishman was taxed by a German poikecomplimentary epithet with regard to the etperorYou tiroqujto mistaken- I opBure you said the Englishman I was talking of tho emperor of tThindt Noin i dee gcbt nicht retorted tho omeinlthero is only ono cm per or who 1well who does such things II p DwclIInff In Kew JerseySoThe last stato census shows that t ereIre 279765 dwelling houses in the stat 0 of New Jersey Escex county beads the list of counties with a total of 48676J our ncarofct competitor being Hudson county with 87545 dwellings and Gamdei coming third with 20909 In t dwelling bouses aone Essex county makes n bo tel showing than elgb- ounhIeaconlbinecl j These are counties in which there are few factories whore j as Elm is a perfect hive of factories The smallest number cf dwellings in a county is in Cape May which has 8 61Id wiiHngsV Newark contains 37038 drrollings In Jersey City there ore 21 JfTOf dwellings CtherJarge cities of the ptate rCamden 5h9Ing18157VTrentou ertoiif 4 1946V Elizabeth JJ81 Hobo n J17 c k4xtTertscro t J1f iOOt1 IS pklZESTRZEi T Use tho letters coataiaediti tho tczt jtosox SEED GROW and form as many words aa you can using iptters either backward o forward but dput iz1e04 ti jCmetei 8BEDGnow Threx mple the wordo e oh none weeds etc The person tu bosingceive One Hundred Dollars in cash For the next largest list we will give 5 in cash for tho next 25 cash and 11sawe14 good at word making you can eeoare Beedeoecial prizeS toSperaona sending them ta containing over twentyrfive word Writo your name on list of wordg numbered and enclose the 12twocentstampiSfor 8eedaThat Grow which includes 12 popnhrflowersparticulars and riflea of distribution of prises This word contest will be carfully and eonscientiouriy conducted and is solely for fpurpose of further a1itiesIyouower seeds ever offered and besides if you are able to make a good list of words and answer promptly you will sand an equal opportunity to secure valuable prize Wo intend spending large amount of money in the dis Thutlon of prizes this contest We assure you that your trial order with yourIMononHdg Chicago Ill eaaV7un CoaIAdolph BaLm has announced that fco intends to spend 200000 immediately for the purchase of attractions that win make tho Cliff House region a formida I haslJel10ctedthe business The colonel has already papa4UmidwaywouJdbc88aamd tensive amuSement plan has been only partly outlined but tbo features sq far enumerated are amply sudden to war rant the anticipation that San Francisco will have an incomparable pleasure ro tort on the ocean beach before the sumIm mouthColonolItobinaon proposes to have a grand concert iu the bathhouse and pox Biblyn production of Pinafore on pan toons in the wateK Be is olEo to erect on immense amphitheater the bluffs iin which tho people of the oily mIlthavo the privilege of holding celebra tions on national holidays Then there iis to be tho midway This will be the star attraction from tho description of ift Tho haunteO swing will bo there and will the mIrror maze The great electric tower nowbelng taken aputlnt the park will be sot up in the Sntro midway Near it will be the Firth wheclvtho camera obscure and other marvels A Venetian canal in which bouts will run is also to bo constructed This will bo 800 feet long and 12 feet wide Lifeboats strung on a wire cable will carry venturesome sightseers from Jhot Cliff Houso over tbo boating surf iand lend them out on Fish rocktlaujFrancisco Examiner A Poo In Her Tlileb The moo remarkable human mon frailly thatlxver toW tbo light of day upon the American continent ia little Estanifilao Arichi a 7yearold Mexican girl who resides with her foster pnrcntJJ near the little village of Morolia state of Agnoscallentas The tint that was known of the existence of this sorest x nil human beings Tins wben a Meal can paper made tho following brief statement VVWithin the last few days there has been brought from Charo to Morolia uSlittle girl who has u second face on LloWright hip between the hip joint and the toiioequeerlysihildcd face it opens its eyes Tho Lice ban mouth containing throe pearly troth but the nogo is entirely i wanting Six months after the publication of ubavo physician of Morclia c cecded in gathering the following feta rolntivo to this queer s When she had been ill tho world about two years an inflammation of he whole region of leo right thigh set in which finally developed intd an cnonnaus LuiJ orons cyst Then by degrees these ipIj pcarod on rye anty brow one nostril jf tho nose cprly lashes end finally tbo other brow Nnxt appeared ono row cf four teeth and then the bongo bogan to grow rapidly and fringe tho forehead Taken all in all it is one of the most singular freaks in the human family that hero bcra reported during this otn tory The freak bosbeen described In the papers cf both Vera Crux and Moiico it7 tho accounts creating considerable comment among tho medical fraternity hrrto oanos8L Louis iteoubitcanI rUllnt Tho preparation of peppermint is eclaily an American industry The peppermint is cut when in bloom likoI t81nndt81 where oil rises nod ia Pipeddry peppermint to produce one pound of il Au acre of land yields from 6 to 10m poundSyOf oil often more even on highw as 60 pounds Now York and Michigan produce tho moat Washington Post The nest Traveler Where is tho best hotel Vjlt j1Porteryonder That istthe worttVTraveler I dont want the worit It is the best hotel I want Porter Cont ton you ImlltlfpIII Ttiafs the onlyono weve gotzIitut don TitBite VtItOrder is the sanity health of the body the peace of Mid m city tho security of the state As the beams to a housed as the VbonaVtojbG- mIcrocosm A of manjso isrorderkoV ltfl hIngSouthp1V Jf Z3 e Electric Bitters i lLxric Bittc rIs itaeaidae foTci for SHy season hut perbApe her onflly needed when the languid vs f l1vierpid J anti proezxpteus prevented long and per p fatal bilious faveirf Np medicine will act more surely in untesctInj and being the system the inolaftU poison headachbrirt dfstatlon constipation dlzzlncsa lcld At to bottleHaydenf A SPECIFIC 6 IRaLa GrIppe br Co I dSCIAND LU NO TROUBLES AYERS CHERRY PECTORAL j Two yean ago I had the grippe and it left me whh aeoagh which gave changlogthe mb no rest night or day My family J I t tthinrs I haditakon were not helpIng 1 rao but in spite of his attendance got xio letter Finally my husband read injf one day of gentleman who bad had the grippe and was cured by taking foxir bad taken halt ot ft I was cured I bYe used the Pectoral for my children and In my family whenever we baTe needed it an have found it a itpedCc foccoldfl conglvi ana lung troubles Eunr WOOD North lit Elkton Md1 Alers Cherypcct rat Highest Honors at Wortd1t Oesast Ike Sm witk Ajwfl SarafwCa Daring the winter of uiroof il Martin of ton tUJch1W Va contrac ted a severe cold whichl left him with a couch In spiking of hoW he cured it I bofIS8 used saveral kinds of congh njrup but fooud no relief until bought IwhichIn a short Limo brooRht about n complete cure When troubled wfthn cmizh or cold use this remedy ood yon Will not find it ncccKBUTVtp to several kind b m IIarketII nfantlyBrown in favor ar u popularity For tealb at 25 and 50 cents per bottle joLla WAYS TO CURE A COLD ta nStIystk ledivg wrzppluj yorb ss tod llTir oil and 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