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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rv Jj rJ 1 I 1 l t r J j v 1 C J f i TflENEU3LEA1ER and itI itit any papor jt iazhu t WtsW for the priceof one Seri 16 1896 No lG G 19 202t 122 23 2425 j- L Local or Business Notices 10 cents per lino for the first insertion and 5 cents for esobIob5equent1nsert1on t Calls on candidates and political matter 10 ccate perlline Job Work is done at lowtilos but cash must bo paid on delivery of Roods f AdrerUsinff coLtracta m ae on liberal terms iOoItoarte and resolutions of respect 3 Jperli County Majclstrates I2JW qty lcerlh 500 Dlitrl tOfflcea iooo CHURCH DIRECTORY BAPTIST CHURCH L Her RP Jacobs tutor Services eelI Stla1 aV H a m and 8 pm Sunday Bcliool at 8MPrarer Meetimjt on Wed ae algbtt7JOPm METHODIST ACT J L MurrellVrtpr Serhces onj Pw l1nt adThird Suudph each month U in and 6pm PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH it u STery 4 Bnyat1Lazid8thl l L CATHOLIC CHURCH ROT P F Hcnnwy Pastoi Services vry add y t8iid 10 oclock am Berrtces at8tRot ame hours FRKTERNKL ORDERSc t ICxiosiC Looo Springflold lorgo No 60 caeet oeoond Monday In each month t Washington RO Chapter No 21 meets E etery third Tuesday V Springfleld Council Wo 63 meets every L fourth Monday JKsionw or HoxenMeeti every second ad fourth Monday in each month vtiairraer TBB 3CJ1IKSMCCt8 every first Wednesday of eachmonth COUNTY PIRECXP Y CIROtTOQURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Mon day February 3 y end October- C B Patterson Judge W B Sweeney Comihonwealth Attorney VM Campbell Clerk T Simms ICaster Commissioner aUAHTBRkY COURT SSQuarterly Court ts held on the third Mon duy In January April July and October Jack W Thompson Judga I f COUNTY COURT County Court moots on the f91Jrtb 4 cliyf in each month Jack W Thompson Judge F Itooker EoantyClerJr p lIuThurman5 County Attorney JjBnlthJaIler J raJcroftSheri1L WRTbunnah AunPoireU Deputies k4Mastr1 I STmeRMoor county Surveyor HvD SharP Assessor ItAlice Deputy ow T McElrby County Treasurer RPfltNPIILDWINIOTOIIYy J T C Noe Police Judge L John Urace Marshal f W O Seed City Attoraey JU8T COURT Justice courts are held In January April Jolyaad October irriTtl ui Otftrtve ifIritis lt 431 t4zT44 tIu AMgrt- 94S 12 40 AzvBpring5elcl Lv 580 20 l 30 12 15 VaIIey HilL 11 l36 12 UI tBooker s 47 147 fl116Croa1 es016M 168- AVoodlawn05 11l17 6 03 2 13 I rEarlv TUnes 612 225 I 4t11 15 jjardatownD b23 255 ft 9910 fin Naatath 680 808 S 27 10 30 Samuels 6 41 3 84 I 21 10 25 1 DcatsvllJo r 645S 50 5331010 OaneSci1g 663J465 C 69 10 00 flobbst60416 el9 52 Clearmont 7 044 80 451 42 Bardstovrn Je1f 7 10 5 00 r 442 spberdsville 7 20 4 3I Hubrs 7 27 u rJoutb PArk 7 80 4 8 30 liSputh Louisville 7 50 5 55 e 4V V15 liVLoul vlllO Ar 8 05 10 Jbaii p f V p k r d i Zi cm 1 i4S1 L f t Iof fAt 1 41 Jy4 i li II i i c tI A4slj LfE THE NEWS= ADERfNW sVOIllIjt SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL JII 262726W3QH CIIt1RCBJ ODDS ltNllENDSOF GOSSIP ROWINGInterest In the water worbB and electric light question iis growing and quite a number of local business men have taken hold of the matter int earnest and have gone at the question ip a practical way In another column we give details of the plans for a water works and electric light plant and if nothing falls there is DO reason why the tiling cannot be pushed along to completion Mr E W Smltb who is an experitnced puperintendedtbe an J Stanford waterworks was here the first of the week and met with some of the citizens Interested ana tho town trustees and explainer the workbgs of the plants It was found that to put in the two plants and to operate them together would be more practical and cheaper in proportion that to run either alone So it may turn out that our town may be both well watered and well lighted if either CONGRESSMANySavoyard correspondent whb writes I gossip arid Oiher things Washington for tP Cou had the f5Jwi to throw at onr Con in a recent letter other day 1 met John W of Kentucky for the first this session I bad seen frequently on the floor but place him I haj not since a spring day in when I was a schoolboy at and left him in San nt1 shon reading aloud a that had just been de in CorJgress by Clement opposing fur prosecution of the war as now Mr Lewis had no with Vallandghams but he was a colege ouna vcation and he thejftersg vigorous English of the famous DeccDcrai I was thrown Mr Lewis much the winter 6S and greatly admired have watched his car with interest ever slice h disagreeing with him in politics I have never him any personal tri he has attained He is a citizen of Washington but no man who spent at Greensburg will 13un be other than a Gr en man Sight of him re the Hobsons the CarHsles the Aliens the the Spencers the Bar the Moores the Durhams Lewises the Davenports Cowherds Hodgeses and of that old town of that the schoolboy spot ot forget tho there we is doing well id Con He iii very popular as at home everywhere he and has succeeded ad in setting on foot legis for the benefit of his dis He was one of the dole to the Republican National of 1880 and received of the medals awarded the and immortal 806 The district is represented a gcptlamati a man who acorn a meanness There the matter with Lewis manklt is his politics that is whack And the Demo of tho old Fourth will at to that nsxt November if s go right at Chicago1 in S EDITIoNThe il ted and industrial ediI tion or the NEWSLEADEilwhich is to appear soon promises to be a success in every respect Business men of the town and county with a few exceptions have taken an interest in the enI terprise and the iaiteresls hIs of J l j torical feature and resources of old Washington county will be shown t the world as they have never been before It is the desire to have every business and professional man in the town represented and those woo fail to get in we predict will be sorry ISS PRING OPENINGS The scene Ion our streets Saturday after noon last was such as might re mind one of shopping day on Fourth Avenue in Louisville on a smaller but no less important scale It was opening day for two of tbe local stores and as tiu weather was all that could be wished for the ladies from the town and country turned out en masse in spring gown and bonnet to see if not to buy One of the special openings was at the Louisville Store where a beautiful display of Spring dry goods and dress goods and everything to catch womans eye co aid be seen The store of J G Mansfield Sons was the other point of attraction and there was presented a beautiful array of Millinery goods new bonnets and hats galore not to speak of tho dresses and the thousand and one other things to attract the ladies The Spring Opening is a comparatively new feature with Springfield merchants but as the lladles seem to enjoy it and as it is certainly profitable to the storekeeper I predict that it has come to stay nN IT STRICTLY Such is theIcondition of the young nowadays who is so fortunate aa to be tbO possessor of a nice horse and buggy or stands in well enough with the livpryman to get one on demahd or on credit To the average young woman there seems to be a fasci- natIon these beautiful Spring afternoons about a fellow with a horse and buggy that places him in another realm from thai of his unlucky brother Ana why should it not be so NotbI ing could be more natural than that the dear girl who has per haps been cooped up indoors for the greater part of the wintei shoukLbecoaie entbuEec at the suggestion of a spin behind a fast ptepper out into the country where the birds king and the air is sweet with tbe perfume of the wild flower Yes boys to be strictly in iit you must have that horse and buggy for at this particular season all your other charms willpale into insignifi canoe besides that great draw lug card N B This is not a livery stable ad but is a friendly hint to the boys Is ROPHET +Well no toot exIactly prophets either but are Elders of the Mormon Faith and they bail from Utah TLey are two comparatively young men and are well posted and sensible One whose card I have before me is Elder Ezra J MerIrill of Richmond Cache Utah They have been in this neighborhood for some little time distributing some of their literature and trying to get con verts to their faite In conver sation here the otber day Elder Merrill ramarked that people generally had a mistaken Idea about the Mormon belief as it is today and they were unjustly criticised They do not believe in Pollgamy how adaysproba bly because it does not under our Ifvws and thrlVOI many other mistaken ideas out about them says the elder Among the articles of faith which are printed on the back of1 his card 1 notice tl e following IWe believe that men will be pun4 ished lor their own sins and not for Adams transgressions We believe that a man must bo called of 9odby prophecy and by the laying on of hands by thoso who ire Io authority to preach tid gaSpel and 53t administer In ordinances thereof We believe In the emma organlza tion that existed Inthe primitive church namely apostles prophets pastors teachers evangelists etc We believe in the gift of tongues prophecy revelation visions healing interpretation of tongues etc We believe the Bible to be the word of God as far as it is translated cor rectly we also believe tho Book of Mormon to be the word of GodIWe believe in the literal gathering of Israel and in the restoration of the Ten Tribes That Zion win be built upon this continent That Christ will reign personally upon this earth and that the earth will be renewed and receive itajaradlaidal glory The Elders have lone some evangelizing in this county but no converts have been reported up to the present writing I WITH OUR FARMERS1 Notices stock seeJor fcraln wanted ortfor sale or exchange inserted in this col finn or cnxKOB Farmers are quest to send in stock or crop items for publication Thompson Yankey shipped two carloads of hogs to the Louisville market last week Foster Ray of Lebanon bought ofI Will Fox Danville a very handsome team of bay geldings for 8600 to be used by himself MifThe great FoldChina sow Councils Moded was sold at the Summer Ill sale to Bundahuli BrOtlirs of Pro f mont O for 8880 5tt t 1 f I Farmers throughout this county areo alarmed over the wat their grassii holds are looking Grass in someplace appears to lave been killed out from some cause or other x t trThe exceedingly low market for to I bacco this year does not ppear to have dampened the ardor of the grow or in this county at least The prospects are that another big crop will be put in this season JFarmerst J stallions Horses will not always be low and it is not a wise man who will not breed his mare this season just because horses are not worth much just now itTi The tobacco growers of tho State met at Lexington last week and determined to establish a cooperative warehouse This is in opposition to the warehouse combino at Louisville and is a good move t 1ii Those who attended tho Faulkner hRuesalesale than previous ones although prices still rule low There were a large number of good horses sold at figures which on an average were low Mr E B Browne of this coun ty let a fast roadster gelding go at 880 t ttSMessrs J E Listonand O R Gran dy wont to Louisville last week to Bollt their tobacco The former sold his crops at a fair average price but Mr Qrundy rejected a very low bidI forR bis Shippers of tobacco from this county declare that the tobacco mar ket at Louisville is simply a lottery nothing more t t Although considerable winter plowd ing for corn was done by farmers in this State the frequent snow and rain in March has kept spring work hack until oat and grass seed sowing are thrown too late for best results Farmers are complaining now of being behind with their work and that oat sowing will interfere with corn planting which means a poor crop of theo tormerI xtiiis Cut worms were never so numer as this year is he general complaint of the farmers everywhere says the Henry County Local Every where there is a spadeful of earth turned over worms may be found while other years they are rarely ever found at this season of the year A prominent tobacco man remarked that if the farmers would hold their crops a one worm an increase in prices would repay them as hgh prices will t rule aa soon as the worms begin to destroythe young plants ill tIlargest mulo that ever walked IThe soil is now or was re the property of one Geo ILtt Johnson a farmer living a few milesll JmnleshipJ feet 3 inches in height being exactly f 7 34 inches higher than the famous Los Pecos Old Mexico mule which was so widely advertised in 189091 jij t l known The Honey Grove mule is Jnot aim and rawboned but Is built proportion to his height weighing ll619pomd T 4 L OUR CORRESPONDENTS MAPLE HILL From Our Regular Correspondent lServices were conducted at Mt Zion Sunday morning by Rev W T Eklar of Chaplin Bro Eklar iia wolLliked by the people at this pi ice being practical and to the pointSMr Ins B Hays has bought the Willie McMakin farm of Mr Wal ttjMcMakin of Bloomfield The farm is one of the most desirable places in this section pf the county Mr Harvey Vanflect and charm lUg sister Miss Nannie are visiting friends and relatives in Hurrods burg this weekSThe entire family of Mr James Hays wb called to Wllli burg Sun dRY to the bedside ot Mis Will Merritt who is very tick Sunday school was reorganized at Mt Zion Sunday evening our efficient Sup J L Williams was reelected We are glad to see the pleasant face ot JaR L Moore in our com munity again Mr Edward Smothers and farai ly of Willisburg were the guests of Mr and Mrs Vim Grigaby Saturday and Sun Jay last J R Williams has purchased fifteenhundreddollar interest in he store of J M Williams at this place and Charlie Williams one ofI ur most enterprising young is occupying a position behind the counter Our postoffice is progressing nicely underthe care of our efficient postmaster J M Williams and our accomodating mail carrier Voss i Marshal is always on time J M iVitlioms has been elected delegate tto the djstrici conference convenes ot Perryville May 2 G POLIN From Our Regular Correspondent Mr Muck Hawkins and wife ityloisvilte were the guests of Mr Ztck Crow and family Sunday last Mr Al Taylor and wife visited her slates Mrs Mary Merritt Sunday who is at the point of death Miss Sally Hays who is attend ing school at Bardstown was called ome Saturday to see her sister who is very i lat this writing Bro Sales pre ched to a large congregation Sunday evening Mr T J Trent was in Louisville last week buying his new j spring goods Mr JEts B Hays hiR purchased the Watt McMakin farm at 89600 Mr Frank Cheaper starts to New York next week to buy biB spring vods Miss Lizzie Browder end Mr Hughes attended church at Mt Zion Sunday Mr Jessie Williams and wife and auhtar Lydia spent several days witn Mr Walter Williams near Springfield last week E MACKVILLE I Mr Jas Isharn was m Louisville n business last week a Mrs G E Kersey of StanfordS the guest of friends near here Miss Janie Lear is visiting Miss Birdie Arnold in Sptinefield thh p week NProf Kersey of exington will return to this place in a few daysa ani will at once open classes in German and munc both instrumental and vocal He together j with Rev 0 J Young have con tracted for tho high schoolat this place and will open same in sep- tember J after weeksMrs II Wycoflu a stay in jhe city freshening up on the newest fads in the millinery ines has returned to her home 11frjej stock of goods she has ever earned MajorHooyer of IJexirjgton yisi the oil fields near here t n Friday ast Ipfexpresaed himself as aul1j elated wtbtne oil prospect jlov YouYig jlIl preach ttbe CKristian Church nero Sunday E nar- TEXAS From Our 1iegnlarCoqesponden- tEvorythtng is flourishing in our little village the Normal schooll is a perfect success E 8 Mnyes Jr accompanied by his cousin Willette were visit ing in Taylor county last week J R Claybrooke Jr and MO Mayes were iin Uarradsburg last week on business Mss Katie Peters of Mackvillc the guest of the family of Rev- ItL Purdom this week Clifton Green has returned from the South Sidney Green Jr left on the 6th for Louisville where he will attend Bryant Stratttn business college Spurgeon Cheek of Danville was in our midst Sunday J S Claybrooke was at home Sunday Vox BEEGHLAND From Our Regular Correspondent We are glad tbe season has ac last arrived in which nature has Deserted by arts and aftords such a variety of amusement it seems atii times as if were lost in seeking happiness and pleasure and why l should they not be Paul saysI Enjoy thy youth Then if them young of the community seem to neglect duty for innocer t pleasure t answer them nt this season of the year when all nature smiles m her beautydnd ho young Hearts fond as that ofa dove It is in perfect accord with nature that they should seek and indulgoin all manly vir h tuous pleasures such as visiting fe pleasure results and gathering wild lowers and E CP Miss Alma Parks of Perryville g 5 visited her brother at thjs jace several dsyaliistwee- kJJ5ay5 s 5 and children of Polin viaitodfJmother at this place last 5 JSafurffi MrJ T Drckcraon visited hial son at Mayo Ky last Sunday We are glad to say that Mrs Maud Reed is improving rapidly She spent the entire day with her I father on lost Sunday Wtarc iglad to have her in our midst onceI more jThe young ladies of the neigh borhood are preparing to give an entertainment in the near future s for the benefit of the Pleasant Grovo ChurcbI h Miss Cora VanArsdale visited 8 Mrs Will Thurnun of your town S last week S Miss Ellen Shauntycf Frederickt g town is visiting at Mr N P Mer 5 ritts QMrsville is visiting at this place Messrs Guilt VdnArsdale and Yale Princeton of Tatham Spring yisitofl here Sunday j2TheHouse last Monday evening was quite a success and we ijope to be = bIo to have him with us again oo Mr Byon Parks was visiting hiad to rel1ts at Perryville Sunday in The following tram Lexington co agents fits this place to t y aa many farmers hereabouts I will testify of groweriero80UcltorTbi8tt1hO the two of tobaccoone or hogsheads j VeryIembellished andDUIUpUed the hun tttl dred hogsheads thafeell at from fifty cents to tWOd0lh8 pet hundred re- carefully kept in the background The stIt forms him that he offered the tobacco on a bad day or tbatihecrop had been badly packed Tne farmer aetlcepts tje5 explanation fo the four cent average cirofully deceives his neighbors as to what ho receives plants a larger crop and waits for his coming fifteen cent average andhus btaItg noon witfahtm for ihtx last ten Y1ra e SS 3qi ci 4 j lt ir 1 i if 1 X c I rrth11riuIf Eald In Adv8ee 100 aYear J RABB1TM4 3 In one county of ttlifoinaiai tvv t the Courier Journal it estimated that rabbits and hares caused a locd Of 8600000 in a single year net the question of ridding themselves of such pests has become one ot s vital interest Australia whichi seemiB liko to havetuken tho lead in several important ref9rmsbji 7 also furnished suggestion as to gatting rid of there pestS Tho plan which California and sbrQft other States hhve borrowed frtfin Australia is that qF the rijBif t I drive1 Temporary fqrcc8 arepuB UI onvcrging ato o4hinpoiif tiand thousands ofpeopfe assembled on Qpappoiflteclda3 to drive hci rabbits into the in closure andtIie5 patch then with sticks and cluh i One off these drives resulted in thtf death ot 20000 of tIe pests jn a single diy and the record of 140 drivesin California gives a grantj t v totalof85640rabbits LilleU Ar writerin the Popular Science Monthly telld how bacterblogyhRB been usefulin exterminatingfieII imice whichnrea great pest iin i many parts of Europ 4Jreadf f moistened wUh the cultures of two different biifJtj3diatnibuted in tho fields Mice that eat thio bread diofrom the poison Th lr bodies are consumed bV ticnmicg which in turn are killed so thltyf this destruction goes priat ah nfi 1 jfir celqrating ralio Jjjt is an jnterestf ing question whether somd intana mighfnot bo devised by the sclent ist3 ofour Ifepartmerit of Agricuf i rc ture for purppse of ne8tioyipgsome f t least of the peats that inflict lopa 3 upon tie farmers ort e Unitel tStates V g Webave E r f Sk JIMM K xnade arngeienta 1F 1i 1 for a limited number ofYt r iitly subscriptions to the V I UriJE8P ie HOME ill 4 ti J i I t e IDEffEJ f it 11 i An tillufitcat d monthlymaga fIsine publishedatChicagcan l containing Stones Sketches and cvorythihgi interhsting for the hll tr Foe each new subscriber to the NywsLADER who pars 4 One Dollar Cash Inadvalice We will send his magazine to p any addres ABsoLUaiLY LJREE ff Our number iSlimited and first come first served Addresaallcominnications t 0 I it tE I DflVISON jlt rgPUDWSIIEB 8100 EbwarH 9100 The readers of this paper wil bo pfcn k t i lenra that ttioro Is nt least onadrcadccC isoase that science tas been nblo to curt all Its alageeauI that in catrrrb f tcl1t9knQwqdatarrh being a OulStlLu ionl11 disease tt frequIres a constUntlonal trenencnt i- TtsCtItrb Caroii taken Jritornhliy f actin upon tho Wood mbcuo38nrrfaec3 lthe system thereby destroying the 1 fonnelotlon bf the disease and1 Rliniff 11he patient strength by building up l1e 1 const tnllbn lad ftsslitkig natur iu doing jta vrork Tho proptlctpra hnve o 1much faith In its curative powers that J rthey offer pno Hundred Dollam for any tthat it falls to cure Send for list of estimunlals Addrcw F J C11EEYStCOTolotlu 0 IjiFSg1dj J dtttont f o granulated Hdaor soro eves cjf ariyklnt inay bo Kpoedlly ajjd effertuoi oure4 f 1htguarynHUydon d 1toberLsoThe MeS r i fSamoas Over Pttlstt tOnlcTPcKcf4X 1 area erl TijCituJcnt for Coujstf ejas ndilIourncss WOsei4 i ii Ittt t kjj J f rX j i tw1 I t7 == THE NEWSLEADER r X 1 0 knori H R4SDAY APRIL 16189 k a LDAVISONJR r v TrtE eluctiicl light and water ixkSqttcsti n vbibh is being localwtVnegs m Dis worthy of seri Xcrris consideration by eVerv ciH jonol1h town and the NEWS tvLrpApER iin its advocaby of these i proposed en erPftS stwill en ififtaTbrvirom tine to time give alt Information possible on the L subject We will try to give the rrWjtttod and not the theoretical fiide0f the CLttesuon In the first lacp what opposition we have i isrrt theidea in the way cf more taxes on therptJo 1eTo a certain extent tll1siSa roislake for under the proposed platffpr secaring funds nor thoi uolistrnctionof these it ants there will heno rinse s t tex at all on the az payer nThec iSon is for thutdwn to issue bonds l bearingiiinterost at a rate not to e ceEa5pr cent Those bonds Gar be easily sold at perhaps a small premium above the pat value tbu9 furnishing the con strticliorufunds It is that these bonds can be paid a maturity by meansf of a sinking Sued supplied in the meantime from the net revenue of the plants This revenue has been carefully estimated by sonier she best busjne w inin of theta who in the calculationW placed theTunmng expenses and the exponditures at the highest r probable rate and tbp income at bolbwest possible figure The i yesnR thns egrrived at shows that the plant vr hen operated at two thirds Of its capacity will not only pay all running expenses but l eeoulaha source of revenue frotxrine beginning With the adtoaill ono third capacity re EQaiBiH this income is sure to 5nqiPQaoriwote especially when plan5krsil in tine way of comfort conven ieBCgatid reduction of insurance fJf atesibecome more fulle appreciI uted by oar people r Rough estimates made on the c cost of the electric light and water works plantsrun ila co figurestJ at s about S20 doO or the amount at firrt proposed to r tho onUay for the Water works t alone Mr E W Smith of t nnaTdwho is an eng1 ee- rif2oiith experience1 in that line J i vVdckwas hers this week an after going aver teground with ftoaae of the promoters of the en opinionjZat 4 in at BS Rose dam or atlea t tr poirls jUt as a cessib- fi end run in connection with an 4J tlesVrlc plant fox ajoiit the above V ma9 Vioned figure For accurater fijrtiris1 however a survey will l hyatp be made and that and 7i other details wHich are being worked upwill be given la t tin In the NEWS LEADER fL As wellaH in the beginningi f smousit4 ij 1 Cjoneideration of every citizen ofl jir ttio t nnd although we on gouera l Ortet vif nything that looks pro rcsi and jecorprise we would not for a moment advocate J tf meafwrp that would prove a WetbinrJt9feri Jhat these propositions wh4 vie rclrrofn an unpre = diq tl nipit wilt be lPPtoved-t bi1tqi ai majority oJ our ous rr WCociri Journal lishodwhat puptI ts tobea cor rj t itltai IoW the eIeR teSr or strnt5 Ct lfventloii ate to I ereisronly ODe AlltqIWee 1- ledge of the instructions tend that Is Washington This county is shown in the table as haying instructed for McKinley 13 votes where as everybody knows who attended the cbnven tiori here that the delegates were sent uninstructed This iis one mistake n the table No doubt there are others It THE Republican State XJonven tion is tin session at Louisville and a lively timeis on Thev A P As seem to be taking a viry large hand in the contest as several leading members of the National Board of that orI gamzation are on band and reworking for Bradley and against McKinley Bradley has the best of the Instructed vote and it thought that his ticket will go through for permanent organization The Fourth district instructed for Bradley niWxENyoutrial issue there will be iin it pretty girls fine looking men magnificent public and private buildings than you eve thought old Washington could afford The business and pro fessional men have done much sactDanville and at Stanford has been a material reduction in in sarance rates Iir there iuJ2ac ott rJtf 5cnr rfe need a reduction in insurance rrtes the place is JSphngfield Bring on your water works When Baby was rick fro pT her CestarlaIWhen sbo was a child aLeerlsd tor Owtorix When 8ho became llta she came to Cnstoria When she had Children ho gave them Caatpria DOT IN QUANTITY 8ESTINQIML RMSWO ELYtVERMIFUCEFOR RemediesEVERY l SOLD BX ALL DUrGOXOTS e aia u sr LOriS tl t will an pgreeahlo surprise to possous subject to attacks of bilious colic to nfieArn that prompt relief maybe had l taking Chamborlains Colic Cholera und Diarrhoea Remedy In many instances sakibenR symp tums of the diocaw appear and 50 cent bottles ofLightning Hot Drops NamcldVery True but It Kills All Pain told Everywhere Every Cay Without Relief There la No P Whehover tho UttJe children tho lnd or tho big men went something to constiaatlle on Tiny nic Tablets la what they must have Tin onto and you never fool ft Purely vcg stable 25c a vial everywhere For silo at llaydon A Robertson Pnfggist 5 Sheriffs Sale erFUR THXESMonday April 27lh 1890 IOn The sanio being County Court Day will otTfr far sale at ISOaratatbidderpropertyortaxCtliandashIInKtonpersonawhoseproperty for taxes for the oppositeJohn lotjaIn taxes and cost 15b2 Anthony Grundy ono house BffiU405taX38Grundybourne ono 8 years 1893 9193 tAXesaud cost 2724 1698nnSherinDy SAn pcrsbns owing taxes now arc nalffledthat win without furthcr notice riyonrty 1eallandaetfloJ1c CMO Vo7fS W d Dr Bolls Anti Pain cures diarrhoea and summer complaint cramps colic and pates by healing the ntlatnmation It stops fentcntatlon and relieved lui mctlialely all danger of forges is avoided by Its use 25c and 50o bottles guaranteed by all dealers For Salo by Haydon k Uo ertsonItONGO CANNIBALS DESCRIBED BY MISSIONARY WHO KNOWS THEM WELL Illus7iHa Witneued A Late Thljt U Coo stantly Beiet With Dancern Father Allaire missionary npoetolio tto tbo French Kongo was recently in stQamboatIrime and was porsdaded while there to contribute to Lo Correapoudant tin accovutof his work and its field The conrageoua fathers of tho French Catho lie missions in Africa visit regions faith erto scarcely known to white men and living habitually far beyond the bounds of tbo now African civilization have ispeculiar opportunities of studying unmodified savage life Father Allaire Lisa boon for ton yoAre in tho French Kongo and for the last six years at Lirauga His home station of Liranga is stir roubded by cannibal tribes sari not on ly has he time audagaiu declined has able invitations to take part in a can bal tenet but more than once he has among his neighbors a han kering after his own flesh You arc wrong said a cannibal when the father turned in disgust from an offer of human flesh You should torm A cannibal bearing aloft a bloody human head said to tho father That is the head of one you kne woll We ate him tttreo days ngo He waif delicious You should have come earlier so as to have o taste Cannibalism is a veritable passion with some of the fathers black neigH bore Rescued slaves toll him and Lo interiott save girls and boys from 10 to years of age He made a journey up the Kongo to the land of the fierce Bondjoe strangers to cntureel n Ct Slavery and taking them back to the mission station When he reached otr seven largo cannibal villages he was constantly saluted with the words Sell us children We will buy bn not sell themeeThe cannibals had evfdenntly bear of his mission and the journey was in vain When he was about to return a chief invited him to anchor opposite a village saying Show your goods bcrojind my peo pIe will fetch down tho slave children to sell Tho father accepted the invitation climbed with difflcnltytbo etcep em bankment more than 80 feet high up en which btood the fortified village and entered the place with an interpreter surIrounded the priest and ho and te chief went through the famous form of blood brotherhood each making a slight wound in his arm and permitting the outflowing streams of bloo3 to miugl- The father then discovered that there were iso women or children in sight and that tho points of spears wero trem bung behind the houses The chief sud deniy demanded gifts for himself and all his mew There was silence in tho village while the blacks babbled ceaselessly iin the sun and tho lances peeped out here and there from behind the huts Tho father answered that he would bo gin to pay handsomely for any slaves that be brought to the boat At tit t o hadbyto make tho steep descent of the bank ho Raw a stealthy giant lost ready to lance one of the men from tho steam Moat His left hand still graspedby the chief the father aimed his uncharget rifle at the negro below and tho latter dropping his weapon drow back The next instant thp chief had putted tho father over the bank Ho luy stun ned for a second bat rose unhurt to find tho swage lancers attacking his own men and tho latter castiug themsoly into the river for safety Quickly load ing his rifle ho turned npeu tho attack loadedeweapon the negroes fled Once on tho boat the father found that none of hid men was wounded One the black in terpretor was missing and ho was soon discovered making ready to storm tho village Ho declared that with two ri theeywas disgusted Ibo fa ther refused to undertake the tusk It is curious said the interpreter that when those pooplo were irmkiiif ready to eat you you are unwilling to bo revenged on thorn He then explained that as the mis eiouary party clambered up to the town the negroes were yawing to Lave tho goods as presents or by force and that priestshandmenIt id well ho has no skin and his hand is fat- Father Allaire says that slavery in his part of Africa is nut a thing of con stant blows Its worst feature is tho theIa owner at or diuary times way go and come as ho will subject only to the possibility of being resold orof being called to be soc rificed in order that a dead master may have slave company in another world Slavery is worse for children thou for adults and in parts of tile French Kon o children are used as money A pi rogue is epoken cf as worth so many slaves Slave children pass through the hands of aa many ad 20 chiefs A na tive law makes a thief caught in tho act the fl1avo of his captor rind it is not unusual for men to expose valuable things and then lie in ambush to cap taro and thus enslaver any one that yields to the temptation to steal the ar ticlo exposed Young children are eeized and enslaved when found alone and Afrisau mothers who are most tender withdut great care i curesRbeuBruisca for ase I t Good Old Granny Metcaf years old living at 018 Monroe street PaducahjKy says that IJr Bells Pino Tar Honey is andironcUal remedy that has been offered durlnir her Ufo Guaranteed by all deal ore lorsulo b llaydon it Robertson rfr ta r lTABLETS BUCK EYE PILB2 s OINTMENT CURE8JOTHING BUT RILES A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as tho BEST REMEDY for PILES SOLD BY AM DBUOGI8TS wdirmlaAt sits to cvLOB2s IA now theory in the treatment of congliH lung and bronchial uflcctlona has been advanced by the nmnnfaqturcrs of Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It is truly a wonderful remedy All dealers sell it on positive ITnvdon A Robertson DruggistsH PIANOS AND AlaSold0 Tuning and Repairing done by a first class workman I con save you money Write me before yu pu- rchaseD 11 BRITON Harrodsbyrg Ky pr Springfield Ky Sntliorlnndii Eagle Eve Salvo is the anwd klmw of sore eyes skin diseases oc and its guaranteed to cure by all dealers put up in tubes at 25c each Fur sale by Haydon t Robertson Cruglst8 PLYMOUTH ROOKSr PLYMOUTHrROCKfl EXCLUSRELY hava some very fine cockerels and pullets foreale at a reasonable price Aieo eggs in season MRS H M ONAN- Springfield Ky youngtpoor 8 prdlung rem edy on earth Its true too so nil des ernguarautcffit FDt silo by llaydon Robertson Druggists When BthT was sdeyo Octortiu Then ahe was a nisi fir Castwla When sho U arto J2sa site duns to OaStwK Wha1tib aua a eta tl i IcJIena Arnica Salve cutobruiseR sores nicer salt rheum fever pores tPttei nhbppett nulls chilblains corns and all skin cruptionH and has tively cures pilei fnu pay require It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or refunded Prico 2Sc per box at Hay on d JtobcrtsonsDruic Stoic It n tncrattfo Tjlvdo dyThe vifo of a minister in Cincinnati traded a barrel of his old sermons not lelong ago fqr a note bread pau Tho n 1tspring the rag man came nrcund again and asked if she had nay more Bonnons to coll Why do you want sermons Because r did eo well with those I got hero a year ago I got sick in the summer and n preacher in tho country boarded mo and my hone three mouths ice that barrel of sermon and ho has einco got a groat repnfetlOJl as a preACh- er up theta I will give yon rents a pound for all you have gotChico Record B1Temenbcred Ulin Well nThrn thoro was my cousin George Yqn remember George Mr thoundertokor Ay ay Pa George Sixtyeight by twenty two eighteen plain oak in brass hangings Idler lIeU witted but Level Headed No ono near Crab Orchard Ky knew how old or how young Zeko Morse was 80 years ago Old men claimed that e looked just the same and acted just ttho same when they were boys Some old men have lied oven in Kentucky bntit would not be prudent to say so in th hearing down there Zeko Morse was half witted and un fiko most men in that fix he confessed iit which probably should Be taken as an argument against the charge One day old Dr Dreckinridgo of Center college Danville and father sL n well known oxcongrasmau ovortoXTZoko Morse and rising in bis cab saia Zeke why do you want to live I haint novah sed I kecid much to live replied Zeke pushing back his patch of a felt hat and looking into doctors small gray eyes Zeke said the doctor as you dont care about living Ill give you 1000 if youll let mo kill yqu See hero doc paid Zoko as ho scratched his mop ojt red hair dont folks say Im half witted eke19e11 Ill let you half kill mofo1 hallr moneyLsWYorkWs thd1 r f 1 s FOR s 100If you FSy now you cr n ge youjJ County Paper fhe ti H NEMtSLEJrDER FOR ONE YEAR t New lanageientt New Features INew Dress Newsy Spicy Original I dependent goAnd an Indespensible vis itor in every household Help us with your dollar and we wilf give you a paper of which Washington County will be proud pORby 150We will send you the NEWS Couriero1rJournal for one year- NEWSLEADER and weekly Corn mercial for 515 NEWSLEADER and Cincinnati Enquirer fat 81 35 NEWSLItADER and Cincinnati TwiceaWeek Commercial Gas site for 8165 0ioCall for rules on other papers and magazines Come in andsefl us or send in jotfr money to E L DMISDNi JR ft i E Ito i KEWS LEIFr f iT t rar i t r ISEE MEtRHYf3FlnhfZ t FORr HARDWARE J i TINWARE d r STOVES JT fSEE tryi t Bills CJI T T yators anaT3roTrn EoueloYe1 Buckeye andjfcfeyers Force Pumps BBICYCLES HND PISTOJS c4i Country Produce taken in Exchange fdir tjpodsf J v Tin Roofing and Guttering A Specialtyt w t iSee our STEEL RANGUES and getourpnciB a i1 JlIBURTOI BEN J1dYA0a6rs JM6 8urtD COB- EN HAYDOfl Sr ft1anagerJi ff n Brt rs aHd Fnn ralnkHctors Coifiiis BCaskets Burial Robes Of all Iittk FULLY EQUIPPED GallS answered iJtI promptly night or day The services of an E EEIENOED EMBALMER a graduate from a school oft embalmsi have been engagedJ-r 2t ri J M SUETON CO 1r bHagan kF l k + t if IIJH lNIItJ r CyhiEB CollO Cramps Cholera Morbus Nausea Chnnget of Water Etc HOT DROPS i l HEALS s Cuts r Burns vc Bruises Scratches r Bites of Animal5andB t ti Taste Good mellA G d HERB IISOIDPatronize Home IndutfY BRING youR y l 1r BILL HEADS tj 147NOTE W 7t ENVELOPES o INVITAT3ONSto J 1 tft Everything ia te i J Printing Line to us r t YV Wil7 l th wr 1i- J y qUIckly neatlyand IN THE LATEST 1y STYL j1 CJ 1 j 6 J JIIJ11ttlW 4 hEADER1 I t i i t t r t t i j i d ILw V r rsrI s f h 3h t L t it f 1 f i tt t If 1Y M Mniit THE N E Wy f UrL ti j1M TilE HEISlADER 4 r5OBLiaHBD EVBRY THUnSDAY tic JlNUiG r Az SPRINGFIELD KY s = 10pIirU IP lIA I r JiW f GoTd FillhigsiS1iif ft Gold I Amalgam viK White Fillip Kn b Use ODONTOND EE for the W jjrft Painless Extraction of lI M the fi = E B TeethII iL VlKte V t f BARDSTOWN KY y i r I rl j TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT P IN b 1 vIt Brthe arts of vitalized Air Gu and a Now Method of my own whichleaYcs no bad effects f Artificial teelh of dlfforcnt grades and prices t Loose dttlDB teeth may be tight cited tt amall expense Braoaa WOnK and Cnowjaua a rr Specialty z FIRST OLABS WORK rDaicFS REASONABLE For tI will bo in Spring i1honsdai month and 1t1YtgerUwork Is J plenty 110 i OFFICE Over r J afn office tie PostofficeJJ 1 1 FR WILDER Louisville r artr f RT t fYlti II Q3PFICE HOURS I to 4 p m 1Tucsday and Saturdays FtiPBINGFIELD KE TUKYt II St DRJBR COOPER aO t7ao naydona Robertsons drug ore fem r SlainStf SPRINGFIELD KY DR J I BURTON DENTISTs TEETH EXTRACTED r WITHOUT PAIN I 2 OFTICB Hajran Block over Mansfield A Sole store t BPEINGPIBLD KY I l i MYSIDE SALOON JOHN F GREENE PROp t ExcloJivb Sale of the r t a ainotiso a OAS one WMskey 1pgBB BRANDIES WINES ciGARS TOBACCO 4 2FOR 1 THAT i leeMy Conijuorcia1- vd Free toRea ers of this Paper inyot sending us ip a subscription xthlt paper for one year agcorn an- dU7s1b0tha mi regnlareabacrf Ihf prTe fcatho LEAs nl trill e sent tvon wf largo for one yeti acopy of the Qo IIIYlnOWeedy Cemincrcla1a 1i Fjlumup per filled vfibmoro ws MtfanyothormotropolUan rooklyi + i 5 tto Ji Ctrrtluiet R6iQrts U KBOVT TOiAiN rCedar P9ats fqr sale at Marks McEIroyeilumberyardsSpay and get a fine home magazitie free A new line of carPets and matting Jt Thompson Olementa Best variety of garden eeds In town- at Jog A Shads Clothing for the summer you wfll find atprlces to suit you at Mansfields Buggies and harness for hire Bata or trade S M KABRICK A beautifgl line offspring hats an bonnets for the ladies at Mansfields Wanted to trade for a good miloh now S M KARRIOKI ladies shirt waists and skirts ready made at Mansfields Call and take a look LoSTCertificate No 17 series A Homo vInga Building Loan Asso ciation J N SAUNDEBS Prat lines and hooks and all kinds of fishing tackle for sale at Jos A Shaders Canned Tomatoes 3 for 25c Sugar Corn 2 cans for ISc Early June Peas C a can at Jos A Shaders Wanted to buy About 30000 bush els of corn market price paid Apply to Thompson rClements Springfield Ky Sweet potatoes brazilians bermu da southern queen and Jersey yellow just roclevcd and sold cheap by Jos A Shader Haying sold out my grocery and gone out of the business I desire to notify all who owe any accounts that somemust be paid immediately as I need the moneyt R P EDELEK j If those town people who suffer plentyofthink for a moment their minds will be made up Theywill be for water works first last and forever You subscription for 1898 is now due It is only a dollar if paid now We are sending out statements to everybody this week and is you happen to be overlooked send in your dollar anyway We need the money Drap Jacob W Yankey formerly ofthis cottntydiedof Consumption at his late Hime In Albany Ga April 11 leaves a wife two sons end nuv morons friends in this county to mourn his loss Deceased was a brother of Squire J S Yankey this place Mfcheal Perstle who was sentenced days on the rock pile for leaving St Rose sometime ago and taking with him a gun not his own was re leased Saturday having served out his fine Perstle attracted a good deal of interest while here He is a fellow who has evidently seen the world and speaks and writes fluently eevpral different languages He left Is townand did not tell his destination If the person wHo carried off a small step ladder from the hall just outside of of our office door and to which hed or she had noright or title of owner hip will kindly return the same no questions will be asked If however the person has become too much at tached to the said step ladder to give up the same we would like for him to call around again anyway We keep the office broom in the same place Byall means come and get the broom We dont keep a dogrConsiderable excitement was oc casioned on the streets Monday by a lively fight which occurred between two coons engaged on the town rockI pile Joe Hays and Frank Head fellc out with each other and began a lively fight with rocks A very rapid fire was exchanged for several min utes but no one was hurt until Joe closed in upon his opponent andII cracked a largesized rock over the tatters bead The rook was shattere- but Frank paid but little attention to the blow Jailer Smith separated the the two and looked ono up for the balance of the days rAU those who have Been too busy to talk about going into the big issue should lay aside their labors for a few hours this week and give us all the In formation they possibly can so that the edition will be that much more complete We ask our County Oil clatsand all worthy men who are able to lend assistance to come for ward and give us data for a sketch of themselves This work will help the individual and Old Washington toot We intend showing Kentucky and the whole worjdi for that matter that Washington county iIs one of the best in America Just watch the issue when it appears Darnley Beaufort was sentenced Saflurday evening to 30 days tiny rte pnmeht in the county jail in addition io a fine 6f being Imposed the jury having been out about an hour Three of jthe jurors ware In favor of a gel1JiilotelOOO and a gears Imprison merit consqqnently their compromise on such a light verdict indicates that the jhe othert were for very small verdict Beauf ort didnt ccm at aH cqnrerned at the verdict and offers to pay the X200 on demand and IndI- cated that ho was ready at that mo mentto fettle uy With the Common wealth but the latter preferred to wait hoping io increase the bill con siderably there being five more in dictments again for crimnal and rode cenj practices against the man The remaining cases will consume the whole week and pcrhays longer if the first case is regarded a precedent siren Record INMESIORIAM Anthony Wilson born in 1820 died sodn of Hardin Wilson who died many years ago in the Pleasant Run neigh borhood Hehad two brothers and seven sisters and but two of thenum ber survive him viz Mrs Catharine Brooks of East Liverpool Ohio and Joe S Wilson of Allensville Todd county Ky Away back in the fifties Anthony Wilson was one of the inojt extenslvothorse and mule brokers in Central Kentucky and was prosper ous and successful fori a number of years But shortly before the late war reverses of fottune befell him and he was compelled to give up his speculation and afterwards married the widow of Harry Leachman in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood who survives him His fundralwag preached by Rev Richard Sale of the Baptist Church on the day following his death F M C PERSONAL Fred P Caldwell is in Campbells villa this week Mr and Mrs S M Karrick went to Louisville Tuesday Sir and Mrs I H Thurman wont to Lebanon Saturday M G Leachman went to Louis ville Tuesday morning Arthur Campbell visited his best girl at Bardstown Sunday Miss Parks of Harrodsburg visited at S M Karrioka last week Miss Della Campbell was visiting Miss Etta Croake at Fred Hckstown Friday Miss Mattie Mcllvoy of the county spent the first of the week visiting friends in town Miss Margaret Thompson is absent fromhor post in the Louisville Store on account of illness S B Thompson wife and daughter are expected homo the last of the Week from their Southern trip Mn Gatliff Williamsburg Ky who is a brother to Mrs J T C Noe spent Sunpay here with his sister tMr W C McChord and family are preparing to move from town to their country residence for the summer Mrs Kent Marks has returned from Louisville where she has been to inspect the now spring styles in dressmaking James Browne went to Louisville Monday He drove through the country a very fine harness mare which he taking down to se- llDI George a Medley has so far recovered as to be able to rIDe out in his carriage but will not bo at his in the bank for some time yet Sam Carpdnter Elliott who has been engaged in the wbrk of getting toJLoniltviUe Mrs Emmet Field who has boon visiting relatives hero has returned- to Louisville Judge Field who spent penile of woeksjvt Tatham Springs last week J N Saunders was hero from Stanford over Sunday Ho accompanied Mr E W Smith who haw done a good deal towards interesting our citizens in the electric light and water works question lIIIIDr Ray and son Nick in buggy and Sue Ray and Miss Nannie IRay Thurman on their wheels made trip to Bloomfield Saturday ro lIugheadand Jas Hughes returned with them Mr Howard McElroy has been engaged by the Tatham Springs com pany to superintend the erecting of the telephone to that place and later on will have a permanent position at the Springs Hotel Howard is a hard working and popular young man and will no doubt prove a valuable mar fir the Springs Company Misses Mary Loo and Fanyo Simms entertained the 0 W C at progressive euchre last Thursday evening After an exciting contest the visitors prize was captured by Mins Brooks and the dab prize by Mr Gabe Wharton The Booby which was one of Thomp sons best was captured by E Gray Boyden After the game an elegant luncheon was served Lightning HotDrops What a Funny Namol Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every DiIy Without Relief There Is No Parl Ramons Uver PilU Tonic Pellets area PerfectfTreatment for Constipation endBiIjousnas q YUne iUa dose c THE a DLouisvUle Sforu Originators of Low Prices OUR OPENINGW- AS A SUCCESS In every sense of the word The encouraging words received from eur visitors will long remain a pleasant remembrance of the occasion to us We can hardly describe the many compliments lowpricesattewpWeto our friends at the extreme low price of 3 12 cents this means any DEALERSZephyr us for 7 speeialbargainWORTH inch all wool Serge blue and black at only 30 cents a yard We wont say they are worth 50c even if others do got that for them Follow the crowd and go where you can buy the Best Goods for the Least Mo The accompanying cuts represent the hats tthat can be found in our bat de partment Call anc see them sun fX14 p3EXTRA U Ti9 t gm M the Carpets and Hemp Carpets 12c Cotton Ingrains 25c tnioh Ingrains 80c l U Incrains 37Ac 0 U Extr Super 45c All Wool Ingrain 49c All Wod Extra Super 55c Fancy Muttincs lOco Linen Chain Mnttinps IGJc Fancy J paneee Matting 2P Handmude Jap Matting 87c- Oil Cloth 2ac English Linolouios 37Jc Smyrna Sofa Umrp 700 Six fet Moqnctte lines 8300 Four feet Movuottu Rugs 82JiO Lace Etc J Lace Curtains Loco Curtains 3 Lace Curtcinp at 8100 Curlam Swiss Figured l Curtain Swiss 20 tooOc Ecru Scrim Oc f Scrim lOc Window Shadcs with Spring Itol lers 20c up r We gave a large mimberof souvenirs awfjfTarrd our inten tion was to gjv8v houseiii iiikeepprowing to crowd we found that we had run short and could not accommodate all are ULTRAIOHABLE BEST MADE They World Beaters The accompanying outt specialtiesSuit This line is made hy a Tailor who makes nothing but Boy s Clothingl and every garment is a specimen of art and Ages 4 400JTOVWe also a complete line of Mens Ulothlngi 4 SPECIALS 4 For the Next Week I V e willmake following prices on Mattings Curtains 2IDe Dotted 15c nncv largo workmanship an- duntodate WALL PAPER v Brown Backs f c White Back 6c Gilt 8e i10cIt Burgcs Choice Patterns cilt5cE- mbosscrtj loc Thirtyone inch Ingrain loo Borders and Ceilings to Match any Wall Paper Draperies Our stock of Drapery Silks SUkalines Sateen Drapery Japanese Drapery etc is more complete and varied than any stock ever shown in town iWe have a tremendous stock in each of the four abovenamed departments and propose making it very interesting to all competitors for the next week On Saturday April II we will mukp a special display of Dress Goo s Fancy jlks for waists Hosiery Handkerchiefs Shirt Waists etc Mens and Boys Fancy Shirts Hats Suspenders Neckweafr Mens and Wonlens Shoes all widths aM all Toes Come and see us on that day and see the most magnificent and most artistic dis play of Novelties ever shown in a dry goods store in this to cnIi Ua GlIAMt J N v f o L0THI o t 0 j v rEVER AT LOWEST BBIOE ity JNAMED itf THIS oci ANY OTHER TOWNCj J1r We ire overstocked on all kinds ofnotl1ingandwcr propose to hduce the stock if Lodi Prices will So it f I ti 500 Will buy a trice stylJD well trimmed auitnt ustbathasrbeen sellinglfori 5d All wOol Imported Clay Worst e mta inaH cutsrreduced to f 77gcfor ten days only The suit will selLany where forSH 4fSee wellworth a S1O 00 Albwool suits reduced to7 50 We have the handsomest line of Pants ever shown Can fit any shape man regular curinan1Tailormader patternsdHILD doubletheip p t pay you to buy your clothing ofus Come and se eiiiMif i cost you nothing to leaf C We have i oinlateststyle JI Full line Sweaters ShoesBelts ie Tnltl eye tr j our goods and prices anti it will save toumoneyio irJIi Cf MgCrioRD s RQBERTSOI1 J Me4 J di JOHN w bRUME mm i r LEKDINC LI1leRY1teN tLEBANON KY STABLE Spsldin Avenue and MulbBrVyStreQt i Back of Norris House 0 GOOD VEHICLE FIRS TcLASB bftBE S t i Special Rates to Commercial Men Sate and bleDrrver t t Washington Country Trade Solicited j i 2 a fSPRINGFIELD SAW AND P1ANI GMlti r MARKS McELROYhOP rMANUPAOTURERS AND DEALERS lN All S Cagyin8sICypress Shingles Acme Cement Pl ter 5to r1 j t ii Bill Stuff cut tO order on Sbbri Nofue lghes Cash Prtc rItA t tpaid for all kinds of jogs GallndseB toaatd get prlceJt Ar J iOffica and YarpJodey Menne Between Main and RaiIroa l 1 1t 1 J A i HENDl N BUTCHER j 1 have removed my shop tp just below the C fotaieriDiii1jpte ianA desire to inform my patrons that I um better jrepared Man eYerril furnish + 7 j ldChoice Meats at Lower Ptlces i dt I also pay the highest Cash Pricofor Poultry feidQJs JurSjjEtct r THE NL RAILROAD One Way takes passengers from the following to HEALTrlr Cotistipatlonv r Dizziness Headache Vertigo Paine In the Back orSidc Sluggish 1tYerane i Kidney LAXATIVE Ask Tor it Take no other NEAT LAXATIVE CO LouisrtlloK f REMOVALLt p WANTED Everybody to known tHat i have removed my stockt of Buggies Surreys Ladies Pbaecons HnrneBS etc fro- mTmy old stand up town to my NEW STAND Down TOWN t S M KAftBiCK An Affidavit v This Is to certify that on May uuiI1 walked to Mellcks dnuatoro onnjpair of crutches and bought a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm for Inflamma tory rhocmatlsn which bad crippled mo np After using threo bottles I dm corn pletely cured I can cheerfully recom menu Iia 1CtpVetzol Snd bury Pa i Sworn andBiibscrlbed IJo boforp roBon 10 18xyjdter Shlpmau JJP Fb aalo at perltettto NOTICE Creditors are hereby noiified that Ysill Tccelyfr arid hear c4lJJ lgtjlutth eatjitjQ jot James My ers assigned at fny olfce J Spnngfieid Kptttim N rch29189G J 1 O O e gas itcat oty7ines Iy er P MEi1FiOFr i lI goc stations Troubles NEATS Ir August 50kcbnlta =Capt gwneney tsA9an TJSnt nt says XSblfoIid Catarrh Remedy14 tbO liret niodlclno FbAvoover fou1ithat would 4ome atiy goodV Prlcp 5 e 1 DrBoilH ElnaTar flohey a different rotnaUothor cough remedies Itcure ithlJrtthodealers 3r lalaat Haydoa d Hobert sun Druggists 1 Kowjff the time lo sutjfecritie for the NEWS LKABBR only S1 a year t WSF BROWNS IRON BITTERS olttsrtdlptonWllQUsl1K lntaafnla rt NerrouincM ftnd UcnenU Debility lhj i 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i1 J T I 4 1 Ca rJf THE WEWLEADEE i i IJ h o ifrt MIMKOD CLEVELAND t V1ikOV THf PRESIDENT PURSUES THE ap i COY CANVASBACK f 4IakI a4 Pletaresqw y1Br la leather cast M Omm liooU ATmUen- tWalUr s Bare 8hotbo rrtsUcnf fiGdLack iVbm Sreddent Clereland goes forth Jo eck tie coy oanTuback oa the r hel don CurritBok way bo is impodag and picturesque figure He Las lately donned a sow outfit that ha baa VMmfaotured to order and that I WaI4ted to be both Berrioeabla ana JfortAble V2aO6t oonapicuoaa part of the 1V bftamo is a leather coatIs a won Vdci that coat and ia said to be the Varget one of the kind ever made this country At tho point where ibnt- Too aronnd the place where the tiflenVB paist ought to be but isnt it ww clrcumferei1coof 583 Incbes VthAt is if it weri Bpreadont on the poor it would stretch almost fire feet from button to buttonhole Tho chest fajeasuro is 53 inches The coat was fur nished by a Washington dealer in sport ing goods bit Jt was made in New York IV A pair of gam boots roacbingweH up 68the presidential thighs and a slouch 1ariih hat of canvas cover the two tremities of the presidential sportsman Around the presidents waist line is clasped a broad bOlt loaded with car V1dge and snugly tucked under bis arm VV is bis favorite ducking gun a No 12 dhoke boreft weighs nine pounds and is of the double barrolod hommerless pattern 6 The president has been milking these tallies down the Potomao very frequently VcSf late During his former term he went r 6ccR8lonally but it is said that be has r Become fascinated with the sport and notwithstanding that he recently turned I 69 he has Iaid plansto continue his heJensODWhfcbjomes i I Uobody in Washington outside of the r VThite House 6an predict at just what moment Mr ClevelandwIll take a noIVtlon to hlo himself to the ducking VJIo gherally makes his departure late rh the evening and is accompanied to ttopier by theTthepreJiminarlel1ttome of tfaodthers whom be selects to TOE PHESIDKSTEQtTOPED FOB if TKO 0 ftirn theseAccompany on trips At the nd1tt underway or journey FotomacIThe president and his friends turn in fit once and by the time the ducking shore is reached which is generally be goodVVSSf eights rest have breakfasted and are I ready for the frayVJnstat present the presidents favorite bunting groundiiii aspot known oa Wide Water aplape48 mile down the Potomao where the river broadens ont On the Virginia shore are extensive v marshes where the shooting is excel yt lent The proprietor of the shore ia IV- Withers VWaJera PJn roan but an en Qrasiastio sportsman whoso latobstring 5i3 always out to Mr Cleveland and his friends All about the jdace there are r flue shooting grounds and one of these is1Ikt3y4oAfter tbo lighthouse tender bus drop 4pcd anchor the party distribute them selves about at various plaoea of vantage t and wait for the unwary teal redhead ifghteighsfick can take advantage of the s lyJngFt er too portly to trnst his avoirdupois to Vfrail and unstable craft End gets Into an or4tt2araIzed skiff Then be is rowed down to nblind a sort of screen VST1CIO of bushes behind which be waits for the ducks to come within eaayranRO This is the part of the business that iftierafoly cetdown that the eothnsiosm of souLrt patience He r wheDdackawere bowIIdo overoge of onoe in every 15 minutes 11 outWhen eyecoftentdbzenducksinaItoIhowoft11dWashJV1nton have red that the chief reportersI1TTbnrberthat the president is sway duck shooting Mr Oleteland has had a days 1 sport and ia sitherPrOPrinfor another r theronceICULKEKCE P SKDwrfett r Alter a UarlnVs thedekk Uiatsoxoibitanv We caut afford tocellVlor any p1ssreplI the clerk Wet I know where titget ft for Jiss tibe returned and am too good a basisesa womanr to pay more bDB Isworthrt aarched tut of tbo store fI ted paid iO cceto for car farOtoGO to fAfl2eYe J BLACKBERRYIMa 7heo I was but a web shy boy tly mothers pIdc ray father Joy My hands and mouth had lull employ When blackberries wcro ripe And oft murniny aba would squeeze The thorns from out my arms afld And my good dad to givo me odae Laid by his farorito pipeVAnd don sinew IVo become a man plan1volUllWhen blackberries grew sweet Te trampling through the bramble brakes Id court the keenest pains and aches For two or tto fait coUotoS sakes Whoaeaainev Ill not repeat Till Norah of the amber hair Whod been my partner hero and there Around about end everywhere An blackberries came In When I Just tried with too much haste Tho richer rarer trait to taste That on her lips vras going to waste Sho totisca up her chin And marches by too night and mom Her gray eyes only glancing eruVBogardless of tho rankling thorn Shes rooted In my heart Yet maybe though I much mlJonbt Her eyes thatfiach her lips that flout Will yet turn kind and conjure out That thorn of cruel smart London Eketch EARTHQUAKE SCIENCE The Journal Hre of Earth mad lbs Crack tag of the Dpp r Crust It has long been the popular belief that Volcanoes were the cause of earth quakes and many scientists have held to this theory but Professor John Milan P5J1 tL who has recently been investigating the causes of earthquakes in Japan in connection with the Uni versity of TOkYO inade the statement in a Jecture that mStof these sbakinga probably 95 per cent were caused by fractures of the earths crust He explained that the earths crust Was in perpetual motion and tho tremor was either so slight as to be impercopti ble or eo great that Ifmight plainly be felt It ia not bo said necessary to go to Jafton or South America tq study earthquakes for on earthquake in one part of the world cant by proper instru ments easily be recorded in another uTlio inside of the earth is tot II said Professor Milne and the crust is con stantly breaking downward and as it accommodates itself to what fa under neath tho surface of the earths crust becomes puckered up and mountains and bills nro formed When any inter ruption takes place in the process of the internal crumbling of the crust of the earth there is a subsidence producing ViolehtlbaJdng which Is called an earthquake If a big shaking takes place in any part of the world the motion Ja sufficient to be propagated over the whole surface of tho earth In countries where there are volcanoes earthquakes aro most frequent but they are not all directly attributable to the volcanoes When the ground opening upward is near the ocean or other great body qf water volcanoes are found there for volcanic action is due to steam from water in heated rocks the water having soaked through train the surface IID Japan earthquakes great or are of such frequent occurrence that notalk about the poopttherado almost everywhere elso but you are asked what you thought of the lust earthquake nnd there is much guessing and betting cu the earbquakes that are to come A BojsAppeamanceV Butb Ashmore addressing herself to That Boy of Mine in Ladies Home that his personal ap be good You owe 1Joarnalwritea And whether it Is at you are out visiting you should be a clean wholesome looking young man Cleanliness does ranch toward godliness and a clean body aids a Clew soul It may not bo in your Rower to possess a dress suit but if you should not dont borrow one und dont hire one Brush up the tpst clothes you have make them immaculate and then enjay yourself and forget your clothes Your linen can always be fresh and clean and your tie can be in good stylo and properly knotted Never wear a loud scarf and never wear imitation jewelry Gentlemen seect plain gold buttons and simple gold links and scarfpinsof the most modest pattern If you can afford dress clothes remem bar never to appear in them until after dark You may wear as you like best either a lawn tio or a black satin ono but the still little bow should be looped by yourself and not bought ready mudu Tbo Senator Dress Sill There is a certain senator from a western state who dined with the president ono night not long ago He wore on that evening what ho always wears on full dress occasions a coat made oft er a design of lila owna coat wbioh combines the elegauco of a dress Coot with the lines of n cp tawny but is uei jther ono nor the other When tho sena tor was ready to start lor tho White House some busybody bustled tip to him and said Why senator arent you going to put on a drosu coat Tho senator drew himself upto his full height What I dress liko a waiter ho said Washington Star wattreeV The deftness of the woman waiter is rapidly being recognized Caterers are announcing that they can supply neat capable waitresses for all manner of so cia functions and society women ao copt the news as a gratifying guarantee that their new gowns will survive the most elaborate dinner in on unspotted condition The expert maidens are clad in black alpaca with dainty white caps and aprons and so far they ord guiltless of gloves Philadelphia Lodger The Common garden slug has the means of spinning a gelatinous thread by which be can let himself down from dangerous heightsI greatnessbo PhillipsBrooks tip Forgot Botnfethlng Voting Mr Pitts came in ronl his daily toll and passed his Wifo with merel If youfogotout I believe I didwd hd and then kitsedVheuVEoallyi she said I wasnt think thlnIlngotthebakingpowd If therobeany one thing more deaf tb the beaitijf o woman than afaother it ona UsJoum t2 TWO STAR HORSES they Were Disposed of at the NeW York Auction Sale J One of the greatest crosses of borsa blood has been that of the W ilfcekMttmj brlnoPatchen families Abostof wla triithisPatchen 2 04 The famo of Joe IPa1ien and other turf horses of likedesceot PATCHEK WILKES 2d9V brought into prominence Patchen Wilkes as a sire The best time ever made By PatcheD Wilkes himself is 2 29 The great siro of Joe Patchen will hereafter head the stud of Stokes Dar yea the New York city owners of the farm at Lexington Ky where Patchen Wilkes will perhaps end his days He was bred at Lexington Undoubtedly he will be cared for as ahorse worth 10 025 should be Patcbjn Wilkes is a beautiful animal as the illustration shows He is 10 bauds nigh and black as a crow with a white spot in his fore h euliThe second illustration is he picture of John B Gentry pacer and the sec ond highest priced bit of horseflesh at the New York auction sale John is the champion stallion pacer of the world At the auction he was bought iin by a wealthy New York city pawnbroker Mr William Simpson far 7600 Whether this shows that pacing stock is less valuable than trotting is not quite plain though it looks so Per haps it was the fame of Patchen Wilkes as a sire of winners that brought the round sum of 10035 for him Gentry is a beautiful perfectly form ed animal bright red bay in color Ho will not be retired from thotrack but jonjt n oEXTnr 203 will be run next season for all ho is worth His ownr says ho expects the horse to paco his milo within two minutes next summer Gentry is now at Jewettville farm 1 miles from Buffa lo in training Carry the Farm Horses Horses on thn farm do not have the sleek look that horses in city liveries have Neither will they accomplish so much work The difference is partly ow cityhnatho form horse even when working gets most of his nutrition from hay But grooming has also a good deal to do with the superior slickness of thQ city horses coat The currycomb ia not so much used as it should bo on farm horses Wo know many place where the brush and currycomb are soldojn used except while the horse is shedding its coat Bat used at any time it promotes the secretion of oil which moistens the coat and makes it Rhine A well groomed horse is usually well fed But if the grooming were thoroughly done at least onoo a day tho horse could keep in good condition with less feed than it now re ceives Good grooming undoubtedly aids digestion as rubbing tbo body promotes digestion in people and is an excellent substitute for exercise for those who do little muscular workEx- change Money In Draft Homes Thoro is always a good market for draft horses produced from sound big mares bred to Perchoron Clydesduk or Shire sires A writer says I have raised n good many horses the past 30 years and neVer raised a good draft horse that did not pay for ell his keep when sold ancYmOlit of thorn brought fancy prices There fa nothing on the farm today will pay bottom than a 1700 pound draft horse if ho has tho bone and quality Yon cannot do with the horses as with pigs raiso and sell them in ten mouths It takes five years after you make up your mind to raise a horse before ho is ready for market It has always looked to mo that we ought to bo able to send England und Franco their work horses and get back the money with big interest we paid them for foundation stock and I think if we do not dolt it is oar own fault There a scarcity of mares fit to raise draft horses from Dont Oventraln the Colts The 3yearold colt should not bo put at hard work He should have enough to do to exercise his muscles but with out the danger of sniuing them Tho young colt should bo pat beside an old and steady horse and thus used it will not bo apt to do too much If worked without injury during the year they are 3 yean old they will not be likely to be strained by any task in later years offer bono and musalcs bave hardened Reform Needed Mrs PerryI wonder why all of these stage villains smoke cigarettes Mr Ferry Im blessed it I know appropriatetorCinclnnatlEuquirorV Aa Impertinent Question You mustnt i saucy Fanny said the maideii aunt tothe little girl No one will love you ifon are Were you nimoy when you were a lhesufJellsschUdTrutJt r 3 t S1OOiJT9JZES FREE Use Iho letftra contained in the text 4lONo 8gfip 6BOW and form as many WQI4J4ls you cant using letters eitherpjackward pr forward but dont use aIj9tter in sane word more tItieathan it appears InuMONON S Eiiow For example the words person1Pufrigtbe letters in the text willre mcnshtor975 in cash for the next 25 cash and for each of the next ten largest lists we will give 810 in gold If you are good at word 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PERSONAL GOSSIP Sir Arthur Sullivan receives 3600 for a single song Governor Grceabalge was the first governor of Massachusetts todie in of flee in moro than 70 years The Prince of Wales is suffering from an attack of low spirits and his face bas grown very careworn of late British officers in Dublin must wear mustaches by order of Lord Frankfortt de Montmorency the general in com mand Haunts Talyor American minister in Spain is an Alabaman who is not easily alarmed at hostile demonstrations Bo- is a cool determined mon It is announced that Mr and Mrs Whitelaw Reid have offered their beau tiful house in Westcbester N Y tc ex President Harrison in which to spend his honeymoon Tho Earl of Mansfield who has just celebrated his ninetieth birthday in a picturesque figure Ho cud the bottlo green coat and high roll collar of the last generation Albert JEolstead a son of Mnrat Hal stead has become editor of tbo Springfield Mass Union Ho has boon the Washington correspondent of the Cincin nati Commercial Gazette Tho Rev Dr William Taltock Epis copal of Stamford Conn who died the other day had the courtly manners of a gentleman of the old school and was a charming story teller Sylvester Dixon the grain iking of southern Kansas II 1s accumulating a grcnt store of corn at Wichita and four days before the national Republican con SlofSl monument to the Confederate dead to bo erected in Jacksonville Fla is a native of that city and served in the Confederate emmy throughout the war Archduchess Maria Annunciate niece oftho Emperor of Austria is said to bo tbo only royal abbess in Europe virtue of her office she has the peculiar right of crowning the queen of Bohemia the only instance wherein that august fmictidu ia performed by a woman A Kansas paper rays about the only person hit Wlchttll who dccs not go toI hear Mrs Lease preach is Mr Lease her husband This is not because of any lack of interest on his part but because Sunday is a very busy day in his drug storo and he cannot 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