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I fn It tit t c d titit g ir 1 XE1 SLEADEP and aJ1 4 t m azy paper or niagazliii r f r theprlce of wic c 4 dJ I1 20 i 23 24 23 ftxxnlor 10 uu 1ir flue fur the first ln crJon anti 5 cents for each sob queat and matter 10 oeaU Job done at low rates but cash contracts mado on liberal terms ad of respect 3 perline I 2tO County Officers Offices CH jW t B P Jacobf Partor Services wrcrj at 11 a1D and 8pm Bcbool Prayer on Wed 7 80 p m 4 l 4 3er J L Murrjll Pastor Sorvx s onj In each kf II a maud 3pm 1e lag very night ft Services ovpry 10 oclock ami Services t at St Rote iamb hours f lodge No oets oecond Monday In each month NoST meets every tblrd No 63 meets erery Meets every second l each month p KXMHTS 8T tni Meets every first t Y J R j CIRCUIT COUNT i Court begins on the fourth May and October r C Jndge W B ir FM Slmma Master COURT HJourt Is beld on the third Mon tby In April July and October Jack Judge A 0 UNTY COURT County Court tsoeU on the fourth Mon aT in each month iTaok W e WF Hooker Ctmnty Clerk county t vn Smith Jailer Q JT t fihertff 31 B Powell j James P Moore county Vf D Sharp Assessor ifl W T Oounty J T C Nooj PpUce Jadgo 1i John Grace Marshal tW 0 Rood c14t JU8TIOB OUHT Justice coHrt are held In AprU October IM 41 141 421 44 881216 Valley HllU f6 II so ajooker l5 7l47 1 15lU 54 Croakes M 1118 6 03 2 IB 1 Early Tlmee CM 2 25 49 11 U bv23 2 55 6 10 41 3 34 a 21 645 3 50 5 n 19 IB Cane Scdg 653405 10 M e 69 4 H 01 9 52 Ck rmont 7 04 1 30 4t 6 9 C1C 710 5c4 7 20 3j 4 L l South Prtrk 7S9F 8 30 Sottth 7 605 65 os 816 D 8 05 8 10 LA MP I L I i 4 i t j i t C 0 t J i P Jv L t j- L I TITlE NEWS= LEADEtn JSew Series VoL III SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 30 1898 al IT IV Uuilmjaa Notices Insertion CUscandhIatcs political porllae Workt austbopaidOndelivceyofgoodi Advertising Oblluaries resolutions IIovXctaxTI c700ty MagUtmtet SO- ODUtrtrt CHUlf DIRECTORY BAPTIST tJHURCH- EOT tSl1l1dq Sunday at1 Moetlan nesday nlgbtat METHODIST CHURCH thThztandTblrdSnuday3 monthI PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 8aiiHY hudlfp myxMeet Thursday CATHOLIC CHURCH RoTFFHenncsyPjisUir BuddayatBand FRKTERNHL ORDERS LonozSpiiul1lo1d WasbngtonROff7hapter Tuesday hSpriiiflold Council tourthMonda7a KSiooTsorHoxoB DcHoliUtbldondaya SliCAHEBs Wondiyofoacbmonth COUNTV D1RECTO CircHt hldayo February EVattenoa Sweeaey Commonwealth Attorney cambecleik pTW Commissioner t Quarterly Jsjiuary Thompson OUARTIflUY Thoap60BJoc ABThnrman Attorney craycrof WRTburmunl Deputies dMastew Surveyor lfoeDeut McElrojt Treasurer FMNtPMLB mtOTOflY Attorney January sjulyand filrrilll ftpinui Train if IAIIr314J241gJa22IL2fl CMI1117 WoodlawB dstoVnn636195 vtha8osExSamuels 1O2DeaeIUe HebbMMM Dudwn8keJlMrWTUe Hnrso7l1 Louisville Ly1aouL4yllIeAr ii j1 djJ ii Os ANn ENDS OF GOSSIP HEBoYLE this case of Lee Boylewho is ch 4 T 4 ith being implicated In jhobblqjET of Devers and the oman ll Marlon county cIntr1 the prosecution ana as well appear toJefensa 1ted11E particularly energetic in momDg Washington county tb the trial to testify to they do or do not know was quite a large number ndhed before the grand the last term of the court when he indictment against Boyle was returned and now a good many more hav3 been notified to appear at the regular tral thisj week If numbers count for anything something ought to be llearned for it seems that nearly everyother man in Washington county has been called to the trial Several we have heard of were called to testify who were out of the county at the time of tne crime and from what can be llearnedall the light that witnesses from Washington county Rut throw on the mystery would not acquit prjconvici anybody IB ASE BALLThe base ball seaIson was opened for the last Sunday by a gathe between the Spffngdeld Juniors and the Rag Weeds on the grounds ofI the latter about six miles out in the country Reports differ as to which side won tne rame ow lug to the difficulty experienced by the scorer in keeping the game In counting tallies the old fashioned system of cuttings notches ins stick was used andII they do say that after tbe sparer had used the both edgea of a lftJHencltigna fore 1 cording the runs that the game was called on account of dark fleEs 0 ERSATILE Prof K rsey who l bas recently located at Mack ville and who gave a perform ance at the court house here last Thursday night seems to be an all round and versatile man andf stops at nothing in the way of a star performer He is at the same time oiusici xn imperso nator ventriloquUt elocutionist slighVolrhand performer and the Lord knows what else The professor is not so bad In some of his specialties as be might be 5bithe should break himself qf At his performance here thdother night there was a smaH but gen tool audience whose behavior was under the circumstances say the lest respectful and brtbearing The professor how ever appeared to hivea chip ons his shoulder and interspersed his entertainment with meanings and disagreeable flings at the audience on account of what heI insisted on calling misBebavior when in reality I dont think any one prestnt meant any harm toI the professor or big show at all In fact the professor seemed to be expecting something either bouquets or eggsand whether it was disappointment at failing to get either or jUt a bad habit that caused him to make ugly remarks I am at a loss to know IT CASEIn THAMrThe regular summer leasonwili open at Tatbam Spings May the first and the prospects are tbat that popular resort will be visited by a greater number of seekers after health than ever before There are even now quitO a number of guests at the hotel l and they do bay that the fishing in the vlcini ty of the springs has been exceptionally good this season lA HlstoriCf111and Nelson County Record of which HriSam Carpenter BJlliptt was tbcompiler and editor has just bOon finished and it is a beautlj ful pi eco of wdrK The edition consists of twenty six pages fijled With halftone engravings portraits of prominent citizens pretty girls of Nelson county industries and resources of county are attractively set The bifc edition of the on which work progressing fairly well will of the same general character no pains will be spared to I it equally e as attractive LLIOTT Dr Wm Ellott the venerable grandfather of Sam Carpenter Elliott celebrated his niretyeigtJthi anniversary at hb home near KBW Haven KyM on last Sunday Them wes over one hundred relations present Dr Elliott has been one of the most prominent men in Nelson county and his many friends in Washipgton county hope that he will five many years to come = WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock seed or grain wanted or fur sale or exchange inserted In this umn FREE or cnABOK Farmers arc quested to send in stock or crop items for publIcation- A Bath county farmer baa contract ed to sell his tobacco crop to be grown this year at five cents straig- htitt A leading Eastern gardner says that f yuo set onions in cucumber hUla bugs will not bother the vines I ttThe Lexington Fair Association has sold its interest In the fair grounds there to the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association and the Asso will give a fair in the fall tead of the usual midsummer trot ing meeting illThe editor of a southern exchange ayer Lotr theyoung man about town out of a job try a year on the farm Plowing behind a mule will give him a new constitution take the kinks out of his head the frog put of his throat the gas off his stomach the weakness out of his legs the corns off his toes and give him a good appetite an honest living and a sight of heavenSIllt t Lyte Hudson yho has just returned rom Now York says the horse market there is a little slow just yet al though good horses are scarce and the ones that are bought bring very good prices Mr Hudson fiaa another bid in to furnish the government with sixty more cavalry horses xISThere were sold in Paris lost year 130 tons of horse flesh It was dealt in by 188 shops these not being lowed to soil other meats The finest grade sold for 18 cents J About the usual tobacco cropr flll be put out in Mercer county Many raised the weed last seosqn failed o make anything out of it but a large number say they have their barns and ays they might just as well raise the tobacco to fill them t In U Marion county wheat was never o backward at this oooson of the year but If conditions ore favorablp from now until harvest time there may an average crop It is said that if the wheat will hide a rabbit May lit a good crop is assured In cattle ago largely determines the rate of gain and the rate of gain and the ration required to sustain tho gain increases with ago in proportion to the weight of tho animal Heavyweights are often sustained at such cost as to destroy nil profit which might have been tnadp had the animal been younger Farmers Home JournalSThree Strong National Tickets Party machinery is destined this year to be very seriously fractured there will be at least three strong Presidential ticketsin the field If Mr McKinley should be nominated at St Louis there will certainly be a split at Chicago The result of tht split will be an cxtremd gold party and an extreme silver party The Republican phalanx on the otHer hand will not split in the center It will merely lose a part of it extreme right wing anda part of its extreme left wing That is to say some Eastern business RepubliIplatfoemthan a compromise p1ankP On the other hand many ofthe far Wrfiern Re publicans under the lead of Senn tor Teller and bis friends would lather support a Democratic ticket headed by a man like Governor Boies ot Iowa on a free silver platform than support Mr McKin loy or Mr Allisonnotttp mention Mr Rccdon such a platform as the Republicans are likely to adopt at St Louis As for the Populista they are going to wait and lee what happens in the Republican and Democratic conventions It has been for some time very strongly hinted that tbe free silver forces of all parties may unite upon Sena tor Cameron of Pennsylvania as theircandidate and persuade hun to acceptthe nomination Itwould seem easier however to hold the csternDemocrat the pro silver candidate It is not impossible that the break up of party machinery m ly give us four formidable tickets but it is now practically certain that there wilt boat least three From The Pep ness ofthe World in May Re view of Reyiew- KENTUCILY NEW FlSHl LUY Be it enacted thy the General Assembly of the Commonwealth KentucliSSec 111iat it shall be unlaw ful for any persons to catch or destroy fish in any of the running waters lakes or rMnfls other than bymeansnet drag or trap except streams forming the boundurj Hue between this and otnor states Anyone thus offending shall on conviction be fined in a sum not less than 825 nor more than 850 lor eaChoffense and cost of prosecution See 2Tho any person or per sons who shall place or caused to bo placed in any of the running waters dceignnted in Section 1dny drug injurious substance medi cated baitCoIr aiiy dynamite or other explosive agent with intent to injure poison or catch fish shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction thereof shall be fined thunIS100 ofIprosecutionSec Tb t 60 per centum of till the fines collected for violations of the provisions of this act shall bo paid into the treasury of the county in which such fines are im posed thA remaining 40 per centum to be pajd to the civil officer sc curing the apprehension and con viction Sec 4That the Circuit Courts of the respective counties of the State wherein any of tho ffenses herein enumeiatcd Ire committeu shall have exclusive jjusisdiction to indict try aad punish such offenders Sec 5That it shall be the duty of the Judge in all Circuit Courts ot the rcspectivQ counties of this State to give this ret specially in charge of each grand jury of said court Sec 6Thnt this act may not be cor structcd to prevent any per sons from using minnow seine less than tenf et in length and four feet in depth to catch minnows for bait or trot lines or polo anU lines to catch fish Sec 7That acts or parts of act heretofore passed in conflict with this act are hereby repealed dec 8Whereas the fish in the streams of this State are beiQg con atantly killed bydrugsandby dyn amite at d other explosives an cm ergency is declared to exist and this act shelF take effect when signed by the GovernorS Half a span of angry steel wilt pro duce no inoro fowl result than a neg lected cold or cough For all throat or lung disease Avert Chorry Pectoral Ii tho but icinody It is inynluable cases of croup whooping cough bron chills and la grippe 4 Lightning Hot DropsS What a Funny Name Very True but It Kill AU PaIR Sold Everywhere Every Day r Without Relief There Is Na Par SprlnRls full of terrors to all whoso constitution U not able to resist the hud don changes of temperature dad other insnluhitfcs of the season To put tho theseIavIt5Sarsqparilla JEakc It4iov OUR CORRESPONDENTS FENucKSFrom Our Regular CorrefpondenL Weather critics who bayoneted the events of passing years assert that we have bad less rain in the present month than any April dur ing the Luna cycle of 28 years The nrospect for an extra acre age of tobacco is not so promising as it was on account ot the very dry weather and low price of the weedon the markets Farmers who broke early are busy planting and some jirrn is re ported up with a good stand The army worm has done no serious damage to our neighborhood and it is hoped the pests will not be soI IItr1ourrt Pcountymoreand P its history Dr Wise the noted Minerofogist who located the Conner hode ar Fredericktown passed up on Wed nesday lastto inspect the oil regions near Mackville He claims tot have located new wells on the leases Miss Agnes Brey of Wbttesville is visiting her brother Rev C Bray reailont raster of Catholic church at Fenwick- A large number of people oPall denominations collected at the church at this place on Sunday evening last tohear the lecture ap- pOInted for this time and place by Rev Edwin Drury Although the expectations of the people had been heightened by the eulogy which had preceded him throueh the press the Rev Drury more than sustairiedllis high reputation as an orator and Christian gentleman and eaoli day made new accessions to the throng who came tohear him During the course ot lectures many important nuestions ox which honest inquiry we made Vere us cussed and answered satisfactorily In the towering strength of a broad Christian charactor he stamps the impress of his living faith on his hearers proclaiming with fervid eloquence That all that IS gool all that is true all that is beautiful and beneficent be it great or small perfect or fragmentary natural as wellas supernatural moral as well material comes from the one eternal God Love ye him all men VALLEY HILLS What has become of our corres pondents Molt1 and Albion I have they allowedthemselvos to sink into obscurity like our thriv inglittle village ha8 done of late but I will jot down a few items to let the readers of the News Lea for knOw that Valley lull is still in existenceIMrs Dr Hughes Blopmfirl1 is visiting her sister Mrs Palmer GrundyIMiss Pearl Goatloy hits returned to the Bnidatotrh Instiluo after a visit tp br parents T D Janes and Alex Thompson wore in Holland lust Saturday after noon on business II M Grundy was m Louisville the first of the week buying Spring goodsSMrs C Donahoe and Mrs it A Goatley visited Mrs W K Marks Springfield last Tuesdayh Steve Logsdon of Fenwick was at Jim Willets Sunday Benedict and Lffiouri Janes were visitiug tile Mia eq Lydnnes near Fairfield last Sunday- Mss Teresa Mulligan has rC turne tome after a cvcral months visit to Owcnsboro One of our most pqpular young gentlemen is expjocting to visit Uodgensvillo shortly pVovideil there laarale in the hog market and be geta hia tan tooth picks well br3kenSSeveral dogs attacted Miea Mettle Bnylca flock vof beop killtjSS killing2QUho dogsj have iin pJeen1 TJEIil f r Did You Eer Try Elottrlo Bitters as a remedy for your troubles If not tret n bottle now and get relief This medicine has been found to bo peculiarly adapted the relief and euro of all female complaints exerting wonderful direct influence in giving strength and tone to the nrganp If yon bavo loss of appetltOc4nstlfnttion bond ache fainting Bjiollu or are nervous sleepless excitable melancholy or troubled with dizzy spoils Electric BU toTe is tho medichio you uov4fielt1- and strength are guaranteed by iU use Mftvccnta add at II ay don A Robert son Druggists IIt I K for a limited number ot g ly subscriptions to tho yeartt f LJIDIESI iltHOME 11 IDEAL I ttititiAn illuRtriteil monthly map zinc pdbliahed at Chicago anct containing Sterles Sketches and everytJlingintere5 for the home tiqr each new subscriber toP gjVe NfcraLBADBtt who pays One Pollar Gash In advance E We will send this magazine toIrany address ABSOLUTELY t FREE ii Our number is Hmitcd and i- first come first served k- Address all communications to L I DAVISON JR I3 PDBLISU15R S Condensed Testimony Chas B Hood Broker and Manufact urers A nnt Columbus Ohio certifies that Dr Kings New Dfocorery has no eqiinl as a couah remedy J D Jlrnwni Prop St James Hotell Foit WnyneTnd testifies that ho was cured of a couRh of two venn standingicauned by la grippe by Dr Kinds Now Discovery n F Merrill Baldwlnsvllle Spxss says that ho has used Und recommended nand nOvel knew It to fall and would rather hare It than any doctor because it always cures Mm Hemming 222 IX 25th StM Chicago always keeps it at hand and h w no fear of croup because It instantly relieves Frco trial liottlos at lluvdan A Kobcikon DrupgisU Vuople with Jiair that In ciintihually fulling out or those that are batdcnn htop the fHling and got a good growth of bill bp using UallVi flair Jlcrfower Z4v Stock Poluta There wilt not bo tccnsion to groan IonIger Lafftyear Buffalo firm sold abroad 11000 They wint mos Jlto make horse boot Man farmers havo slaughtered poor aQdwortblosi horses and fed them to hose There is no objcct nto- Illile if the horse ia in perfect health Again thousands of others have gone into tho fertilizing teak their hoofs and hides being sold separately Many thousands were disposed of in these ways daring i8Q5 We have now about reached the end Really floe horses for riding driving and heavy draft will be again in demand at good prices But poor horses will never IM in demand in America agafn BreOdOIs might as well snake up their minds to that at once everything no longer goes in the horse business Here are some good preparations for destrbyipg licetui live stock One ounce carbolic sold crystal one quart soft soap six qnartl warm jwatcr Mix together and rub welt Into the lousy animals hair wJjth a rag Tho yellow Persian insect powder duatedwellelmg the backbone end in places ttbere the lice cOugregatOALAlAOl good Again a tablespoonful of kerosene made into an ointment with lard a few drQps of car Jbolia aoidbe1ug added the mixture being well nibbed into tho hair will cure the worst cto of lice on record Core jmnst bo taken not to make the mixture too strong with Jcarbolio add or kerp Rae or it will takethe Jiair off The good old remedy used for thcsoarcrmio on the human Jiead in asylums and pub lio penal and cbwritablo institutiona ia s m xtur lot larkspur and whisky thor onghly ixmbbed into tbopntIentas1p- When you buyaheep froni trangora of even from yonr neighbors give them jiihbrough dipping lor scab and ticks quarautino tiJem awhile before put ting them with josr own locks Undoubtedly tKo atraigbjt bred JPe JandChiua is an infallibly reliable isi- ket hog 1Even farm teams could do a quarter iJf F o J e X L SYfrSS17r 1nYonTjke1tS rriii iithvs LEADEt If Paid in Adtaiide 1Oo ttat 5S vf THE QOLDEN JlftLEGEND OF BIDDEN TRA5UIfI m CEN1 AM c rwo Yentxsona ai ij Hear fle Slot+ J rromanOIrt Indian hrid WM JBj iS Ouk pier 5ek Qt the Pg4iyTwo of the Party Jletnto SSYoure tmtlDgtoo htboword Cth Indian OldZt ii s zz4 ed liar like all these BpapfcJi n Ur SSaborigines Ab rack yott dt film iwJniUc Hea a deeper Hat thou you aJvenit credit for Its ridlcnlous to wUe tijat fiio ancientat had enough itt iIQIt l khowleclge to contrive a mahintbatconld prevent Dueironi getting IA the gold v This nit speech was from fay oM comradtvtonir French CTewerft A3 ft interior ot Central America whog the foregoing conversation 1co1cpTOOPf nowas the end of many a long dobtgrWev had had on the subject of asttreasure r The legend was briefly thatdearji the canter If a orator f nTrornoctv ciio the nncicqt Indians of that eoev r ihac1piJadgold There was above this paae iVbowlder the only indication of tlM ajijj ing pluca Tho peculiarity of the tftIwwajtfbat In DS1oofsquare kalf a mil eaclinfray ried from the suumjlt toPiis flcmt distance of 606 feet Tq1tth- ofloor 4hereras a bidden paihsed this vraa guarded by n mysterious gold en baud Tradition the Ifidinna said roado it possible tojocuto lhexn untakaS ibYc1iInWbilhe r us to the southeastward until one fJiotija be found from whoee lofty crests tare wcrojbree other peaks foraJngn straight hun In the central mountain vB0if treasure SS Jvr burdens could bo carries With inua that high rare atm08phftua xre wee coon oa our way with old Za prtl baking his head as if ia pwdw tion of oleaster Hardened ea wo wart by obrout of door life the Slnlttlw terrible We lost our way repet diy rand found ourselves confronted by vat ll icreviceiinourpafliwnyup tberecaoMio side Wide detours costing us hladay and comeUmea a day of n ab1trlimo were perforce madoOnlytefini elve8 at tbe top bf npitciplco that barred our progress Wo had wIth Ju finite trouble climbed two lofty ncntmliig1 only to find ourselves at thocntra 4ait onl uf range of other mouatQitt towns ni demanded bytbgegend taui finally refused toGQ farther ItViw suicide 3Sa3f jefpro7Jsiou andftrntrSwere BdnoJJn6 Tom pleaded fc oflft more thanceUDO jpaseo thst Ket range he cried Ila in one cf hcteI Iefff jrfalce bno more Bttempt lu mia token pit r for JbinlljJelded- A8vo racbed the Commit belwWK there were three mountain peaks in tow Tom sprang forward mid strBnother struggle wo were at tb top tthecentral mountain As wo npprewfe ed th8 top it conldboeoen thattixft i7 hal been volcanio action Iunge pet 2apotlp eyes were rolling in every d rectipnXjn tho Jookout for ecui4pta satnral phenomenon Snddenlybtati through dense fringe of bush w Sound ourEclvea on the very ed ejaf vast crater As With common ipiJaiJiB we looked to tko center und there use an immeniobowlder At iastziciSlorn at tan Then be tan his ej ilong the verge scanning it fot tfoot MThe path ho almost EqMJie4l and te stumbled along at a pact itjit exhausted at wo welo we could Eaacy Jy maintain TnbecnrsTcmIxvas fcRtrl to ejaculate though mJSl1oaP t IIiJc1ns he 13bf Tom appartstI Lr heard nothing Zioliad eyes and ema Anly for the cue goal IThft path along ho side of the prool picoi yd could ceo Jod upwardfrom the ivide noorof Jho arena fur below tw int Iho top was concealed from our in 4 Dtjaro byji dense raasa cf Ehrebl ry Around ibe sldoaof be crater wo halt f JItlil 4o steiko tipea the opening wo madb hidachra hew and them into Ihe greenery 7 Aftot runny disappointments cry froth if 4Zpeilcollapse through fear and fatigue Again ff riIe att tttowly aa I could The path JcorlWnit Dot more than afoot in vidtnTw tit required all 4ny strength pad dextert t ty to keep my footing Suddenly en 1 rounding jt thorp angle in the face of tho precipice I was confronted by o Cut took fITS minutes climb further down 4 zt ecp1Cd tCbteUnthefaclof the crater and to jutontcuttlng off further progress in that direction The rock ri wasog a peculiar reddish yellow color Janded to take upon itself tho shape of a himouBtrou hand jit flashed over me aU at oncoythisiwos the golden hand ot the Indians legend Ical1 dto Tom tmit lie was for boloftrjne Tom the rock I cried Jboanely and myowa yoico fooDd d itrsugely in my ears ufTbm had already reached it Sud deuly A scream of anguish Ihall never forgetroec in that n +ful stillness and in another fusfaatI saw that pondorouft iaaa of rgoldcMi eiiik 1ower ptiU lower Another qream wilder baa be a loe d Tom torme uJd seen ztrFr ing vainly tojclutch with hIs bands the 8smooth sutarese it MBC downward Lwith inaeasbjig rapidity I rfint lay feyes and liskacd The sight Was toe il awfnltobcar Wh a Iopeaed thtbe tjt rock that 5kad turned on aplvotvit rpoor TomawefgBtwjut upright andws moving beck to its prlgteal place Of Wd tti that frigbtf aUall Into the crater I aer J er dared to tbfiik Old ZapeJlancU hst esrydaaottoI1luourxeturn to the I ii attLniylifewa uealyfor trfelted by feverin Which I coaMJJwar iToms last d s airiug ehrfek JHIL tea lt5a11dh3g fobisMwfuIdcathiok I ItrJyuT23jl a r i tp 5t L i71 re 1yIx tt= THE NEWSLEADER J NEWSLiMDER r THURSDAY APRIL 3O1396 E L DAMSON JR THE following from the Louis idle Times is Very appropriate e reading just now for those In NJ tercsted iin the moydmentfor P1 1lti t f fr works for cur Y h QJ 1n IMtk t 9Ke tacky and Tennessee field is the t general attention wbich is being given noW to increase fire pro tection All aver the territory town are putting in water works and there is more of this irork in progress than has beelknown in ears This ia due t the new schedule rating used by the K and T Board which re waduaes rates every timo there i an is iniprovemQnt in the fire pro tection The people of the ter ritory are beginning to see the t object of the schedule and there tsnot the opposition to it which came iF out atfirst Ell abethtown lly and Pfljia Tenn have re y neatly allied water works and Morristown and Frankliri Tennf r ire making preparations to do i so Burnside KyM a mere coon Ewatertown at least one class resulting fn reduction of fifty cents or more on the basis rate t Tau electric light and water Works proposition is being re ceived with more and more favor as the question is being iovestii fittEd DY Hw saj lgt AEh meeting was held at the court J louse Tuesday night last and r Psorts from the committees were heard A charter for the opera beingzdrafted and as soon as the site of the resevoir can be definitely it5oUled upon the organizationot- hQ corporation will be comple tad It is proposed to raise about 6000 by outside sales of stock Intbe company This amount iit IS ttLguo t can be ilr realized tfJThe plan is then to get the hal suIb scription to the stock of 75 from the town and by bondin the plant for the balance With a long and A strong pull together r from all good citizens tho waterworks is a go and there is no reason why we should not have the pulltoget1QrL THE trial ofScott Jackson ac cused of the Pearl Bryan wurde decay esslowly alongatKewporL It is still a sensation for thp dally papers and the fullest do I tails of the trial are given ouisyille as well as the whichIaati papers As the mur TefrUy acrncinnati affair by accident r is being tried iin kentncky it strikes n9 that Kentucky papers are giving it a i11fla to much attention I 1fT DUNCAN and J H fiavidson both exMa1oiofj Iexiqglon have become invo 1Aed in a quarrel which has1 r i reached the fightiug stage an toxpectetd MK WM RUE who was pop ularly known iin this county as a horseman and clever gentleman diedat his homo m Danyillu blood poison + OrVyiietievor the little children the lad ibsor the big mon want sdmcthlpK to rpcnlatp theft flyer or cdre constipation sud biltoasnea TonicTut py tcriio and you novel too it Pnrely ceg ctableViJac a rfal everywhore yoraale- atllnydonifcillblJerlflon Druggists r elm tr It ivied by anj grcdnhlo surprise to per tans subject to attacks of Wllous colic to T trparn that prompt relief Jnft v bV hud by takingGhatuliorialas Culls Cliolera nnd i Diarrhooa Remedy In many Instance Cl tne Attack maybe prevented by takf 1b flrt4symbntsof enutbotUcai i it t SLGINBOS1M1 SAT STAILJ o x sirea by A JJTEHOS the sire of Antidote1 210Ji Tkfay Rosa iilh Dlnjor Hosa 217J 0 Morrlsonajn sled sere of ten trotters and six pacers First dain Nolly Iby Bluo Bull75 Nelly tho dam of Elgin Boy tady EIgtnt Mgln Girl Legal Egn and others yflth fast trtaJsISecond pamm1 by Reeds Whip Third n mFo by Old fedariFourth Pam Old Nell by Tiickahoc This colt combines the blood of two of the worlds greatest sire and three dams in the great brood t mare Jist Gredn Mountain MaiII being dam of 0 jind grand damofr 135 Columbine edam otBand g rand dam of 21 Nellie bis own llKlB illltUll1110 toUg Bag 9RfE colts in 230 orbetter This lei llow has individuality as well a opedigree 10 10 IINSURE A LlVlBG COLT t yy W 1 RAYBOURNE Mapkvillet Ky rFANCY BOX rFirst dam by Stnr Denmark J SeconddawbyGainesDonmarkThird mark Ho wnsrisired by Blood Chipll HuppCrQ PANfeOAST first slam by Wilkes W Second slain by Judge Wickliffe- Pancoost record 221J Pancoaslby Woodiord ilambrioo 221If Frst dftm by Kicarn ilnm b Harold sire of Maud S 208f Piancoast sired Patron Patron sited Ahx Alix fastest trotter i the worln FANCY BOY nod PANCOAST willD1n e ttoo i5iiso8111G at I EACHoTO INSUlt i LIYIHG COLT j JJW KELLY leilfMa ana Bilicusiicss teOne till a dose Dfi ftin Anti riiB ram tcca anti Bumruer complaint trainee roll and palrig by heating the Inflammation It stops fermentationt and relieves iu nwdlatclv alldanger fovcra is avoided jJalinbyj by all dealers For solo by Haydon tt Bobcrtaon 00sWhen Itchy arosBlck we gafCosforia When she was a Child oho cried for Castoda When tccanvs Miss she dung toa rla When she had JJdnmIbCS gave them load Old Granny Motcalf 80 years of living otCfg Motiro root PaduciibKy sajte that Dr DeUS Pine Tar Honey i tho best grip cuco ongh lung and bronciial remedy that hay been olio nd ilnrlnsi her life Guartintowl by all dpnl urn IOf sato Ityllaydon A Kobortson 08FIMQUAi In SITIMOUAfclTti IWORMS I WHITES CREAM VERMlFUCEFOR OdlottEYERYSOLD BT uric BUI7OOISTO 0 x iclB1 tort nexy theory in tho treatment of coughs lung and bronchial affect loua manufacturedof Dr Bolls Flue Tar Honey Ills tree a wonderful remedy All dcalcjrs sell It jfln ponitivo Kimmntoe kilt isalp by llaydon Ijobcrtaon Druggists LJohtnlna Hot Drops What Funny Named ofYery Triio but It Kills All Pain Sold YcrywhorcEvDrYDayo Without Relief THoro Is No POT iSnthorlandn EnRld Kro Salvo fy the Jtest ointment In the world for any and kind ofsorb eyes skin dlscanes cie and its guaranteed to curd by all deiilor s put nn In tulles at 25o ench For Bafo lby Hay on A Upbortaon DrugglBtH ro-ePLYMOUTH ROCKS PLYMOUTHBOOK EXCLUHIVJBLY I have some very tine coCkerels a psinH M jDNXx tSpringfield Ky 0 j 1 Cl lrl DE MOTT STREET KID D HE TELLS HOW HIS DRAMATICs SOCIATION WAS WRECKED rDe IJTln rirnt of Dead ties Wst Great Op UnUlEatfDop sq JAM and the DabtM All Got on the Ham Sully gee But I was ttantln to Vcrl exclaimed tho Mott street kid as I climbed lefts his bootblackchair forJ a shins Well what is itIasket1 Did yona bear boot how do Shakes peerean Dramatic asfiociashun of do sido bad all eone tp smasbn No I hqdnt beardu Well its n cold fact cully and It makes mo heart echo to think of if I iuvenfed dat nssocinahnn mesolf and was do high monkeymuuk of do same IioWas it an association of amateur oe foraDots amschadpo npae u speak of me as an actor but lye bin dIdnst know dat Ive supported Iticbard Mans fielS John Draw Frances Wilson anIo heap more of dq high ups Yes jupportod cm sail hit de pnblio dead tester in doin it Datame cully bora for do purfosb but blackia ehpea cause dcroamorp oney into ikIll show ye some press notices some day on ono flam Jet Bet what about tho dramatio asso joJAtionf I naked HI was com in to dat Yens see do xonnte selate my gal you know wanted lobe anoctrosa and star in mo great flue act plop called Do Livin pinry fur 70 Cnlly f Yer hair would begin to ourl almost before de curtain went up and yod faint dead away Avid do close of da first not Do cast tnkai in 13 char sclera and 250 capes and do 13 of u formed de Shakespearian Dramatic ns socinshun Besides mo doro was Sootty Lack 13ns tod Jod Cockeyed Sam Chirpy Charlie and Fatty Hope Besides the oouutces dero was Sassy Jono Big Bue Nippin Noll Bowery Mary and Taffy doll Dat made IS of us and Im telliu ye Cully ant it took in all tho east side dramatis talent to do last eyebrow Wo Ygot together as ITO beto eayln aild rented a hull and got to viiork You were the hero of the play of course 4oerldd as ho paused to sigh pad draw n long breath Of course Cully I was de gran star groan which nil other stare had to twinkle I was do hero end the countess was dq heroine Say You ortor seen us nhon wo had our togs onf Do wardrobe alonel In dat play calls for n chock o 10000 and do ships and cannon and swords and armor far do capes cost mo4moro fe IWM flffGB tiff stage Widmo cocked baton mo oar mo sword In mo hand and mo red velvet cloak trallu behind it jest trowed Booth sail Barrett right over do fence I fol de Eituashuu right ytro Cully right yero in mo soul Fur de time boin I was do bloodiest punt dat ever chased beef and if deco had been a hnndrpad peelers around Iil bov given em all book talk And de oonntesejeej wbizt Sbo jest showed born royalty down tp her heols and she looked eo sweet dot de pity hero which was melIcked his chops and couldnt think nnthia but SSlllS Sri t1FA nm WcU yon ro h sassed tho play We did G ahr De fust two rdxjar rsods wont oil oa sUck aa fallin downton Broadway Dan Fatty Hope begun to MJ IOOWl tatrJEJlii IlU ll act mo and mopirn baadboarQ a Teasel and lick do crew pater deir bates and ten boxes of gold Fatty was my- upport and captain of de other craft Ho didnt want to bo licked bo know and so be made rubble When we went to captor him ho licked do hull gang and npsott dopJosramme- Whats dojrowrecz 1 blamedpplrutl But its in de ploy Cant help dat Mo frieWa will to at do play and roast Inc if I girojn woliidnfdWhoa do plruta captor de elilp I take do countess on my left arm kill two men wid me sword and lamp feet ou ttd me own craft Sassy Jane wanted to bo do gal to roposoottnjonrm and wbn she conlcmt hov her Way Ebo west lin ro bast de grand Shakespearian nggr gashnn If They all wanted leading Sits eh bat was do trnbblo olo man Slid you ceo It cant bo did in a play Deroa got to bo dp leadiu man and do leadiu woman All do rest has got to stand back and gin cm a show In doiltird ant do countess foils overboard sail swims to an island and climbs n tree Its one of de groat incidents of do play and bound to made do enthoosiastio aadlcnco riz up on their feet nnd howL FrancsWll8on offered me 000 fur dat one scene aldue and bo shed tears whcnl oaldnt take it Well do conn tops hadnt dcno de trick but twicowbetr Taffy Moll got np on her ear about It She wanted to dodo fallin ando oUmbI in net horoelf Why Cnlly gal fitanin and nil fur cllmbin n palm tree she triedlmoornodcraft anti slapped do counties on do It Jaw And re that was tho endV I asked Not qnito cnlly I told yje boul de cJakesbolnjcntovor oiio wid a pull got him oat do Oder day We was robcanin dat play and things was COin tip top when do ole mnnI walks in on us ct Frog Pond hall What per ndoin ho yells as bo Jcois shoat Rohearaiu ma pirut piny1 tcz L Whosdebosapirntr ItInm Tons haint jm punt kiddy Youe fiaint big unit and youshalnt 01desoIL beerWeDen its no pJrnt play4 sow kin yona be h pirut vi pont a kaJR of beet S1c teootof die lIe linll gauge theilgliet8nccoockejl nto do middle of next week elzcdmojtrnsiy blade sad ho driv doI toll convensjjcu of ms ontdoorwid BI V t 0zji go16 = Jheroinewhich Ja do connte38wnH tumbled off do stage and de way do est of em fell over each other was a ight bees Dot Shakeapeprean Dra matio associashun jest busted like a bladder wader do wools of a big trail wagin and was no more and de dokesa gathered tip de outfit and ppwucfl It fur nnff 11ThenNot dis aezun cully Infact alter do dukesa got threw toyin wid rue anal JOUy last night J promised to can al me theatrical engagements and sUck to biz In case of his sadden death from heart failure or if de peelers lay him away up at Sing Sing for five years Dtbearittf a dQiahead ticket fnrda fast night It yque say nnythin bout it jolt put It d tde Mott strEet kid has temper slip retired from do boards on account t of a family offlickfthnn bqt dat eich bloom in theatrical talents as ho is known to possess cant be permanently swiped om and le will doubtless boheard jjjft I iiilii M Quadin Detroit Free Presa Tmldnir ImttcdUte Action inaugural Mrs Strongmind address as burst Lddioa of the city ed to the high ddtleawltbLL iataring the governinent of pality I tnter upon my full tlortarl of their mcgnitude and own y inexperience in the conduct of pub lio affairs y t with an unfaltering tract in tbo friendabip andenpportot the peo IpIe who have placed in my bands tthe reins of ofQcc Wo enter tonight upon a new era in tho history of our city For too first time wo hero a mayor and council composed entirely of women We have been elected on an Issue of do coney and refdrm The pooplowill hold na rigidly to the pledges made in our platform spa our pnbllo utterances dur aloesdwith our triumphant election There rust fee halting half way moas ems in the work of reform which hero and now we inaugurate The duty of cleansing null purifying tho politics of Strongburst presses upon ns Wo must face it without fear The reforms must bo radical thorough and immediate There is not a momeu to losot Janitor remove tboso cuspidors tn Chicago Tribune Floe Place tor QualL It Any quail about this neighborbpodJ todreg at a western Texas Tooted on cifbindnlgoat be a nuisance Tbocookoomplains Hthat ebo cant throw piece of refuse toast out tof the back window beat four or five f quails tight to floe which one shall ba down en it Texas Sifter fibs Startled the Foreigner In Franca niter dinner we take pbo itograpbs to8mnso our guests photographst bo or no orro will duro pocket tho spoons Chicago Beoord DnnleroQS bee in crotprodoceMr tTruth lvtdonoa Wifesly husband and I nevorhaye ndiscu siou before tho children p If 1 tfe u quarrel coming on we shears scad them ont Visithad soon them in the street vet teaCChtar8 Weekly On ere core Alfred That fiisnIt the remedy for Beasickuesa Dont you stb the bottle marked Poison t He Thats the one I wanl Tfutt Dapp7 Chance Plot Ctqnibal Slios a poach Second Oannibal How fortntinlol Pm a vegetarian by preference you know Detroit Tribune IfTABLERJS BOOK EVE PILB CURKKQTH1HQ DINTM NTII A SURE rand C RT known for lIB roars pESTBEtt7CDYforPilESI PMnt4V a IAirE IJraB tL Kveiy person big litlc old JyotuiR black or white rich cr poor who bus over liMed Dr llclls 1Ino far Honey pre jioxinco it tliolcal rough And Jung rom oily on earth Its trnoton dwil orrfgnaraiiteoit Foruulo by Ilaydon ti Robertson DrtifrglnLs Z vTr Ikhy was ticc reCasa her distorts rye waa cLDd she erlYl ir CbxtorU mm MebnvUk dediJ1toCu fhU1I1 Cris rots tIr CutOrta HacklenAAruIca Salve Thobest Balvo in the wo ldforcult bruises Boron ulcore 14I1tJ heum iror cores totter clilippect hand 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IDJADc1 1 r LETTER HEAtS s NOTE HEADt jfi j riINVITATIONSdIt EVerythinginthe L tltj PrintlQgJJm O- We UsJ 1fJ wilIlothe I w k f i iii qiiickiy neatly and m THE iAiTTt STYTrnii ItUDISCJr f 1t t l 1 j vwwW 4Iw 7 JuL V a fJi i q- 44f 7 iJl i ifft THe NeWs tEADR I p I I 5 1S iE i l r fr THE NEWSLEADER I teiIL1Sn2DBE1tY T11t11a11AT 1toJS1- o bhaRAr+ SPRINGFIELD KY i T Jit 4t O pan ADYANDai t rift f m ohl1 Bllfngs 5150- groiiHt r iFf jgt 50jwIiIs Use QDOXTOX0ER for tile b Pnialiiss Extraction tff f IJm the Teeth I IR B LBATHERIAN iI lf BARDSTOWNl DENTISTtKY Ir fJ tS tJE if ri ivfr TEETH i EXTRACTED WITHOUT i ri P2tlN 1 t lly the use or Vitalized Air Gu j t tiff pad a Now MCXfiod ofjiny own which leaves no bad effects krt JM ferontgradesand s Loose fitting teeth may be tight cued at small expense Btu orix WonK aud CBOWSiifrf a j Speciwtj ft FIRST CLASS WORK 12 PRICES REASONABLE ForthepresentIwill bo In Spring field tho ti rp t Wednesday c jCj rplQnty r OFFICE Over roetofflcc r fr i Main office ifo 628 X Fourth Ave i LOUIS rlio Ky fF R WILDER Dentist J A r r J iFRINEBArT- OFFICE HOURS x to 4 pm Tuesdays and Saturdays t4 L pSPnTNGFIELI i jIIr DR J B R COOP L R 9Jl1O oveHrJonRobertaolXs drug c ore sMain St SPRINGFIELD KY 4 f X DRJ M BURTON t I DENTIST i TEETH EXTRACTED J r t WITHOUT PAIN I o OFTicBTIagan nfock over ManHflcld Sons storeoKYNi t jir OTYSIDE SEWJOHN F JREENE PROP r Exclntlvb Salo of the Famous Yellowstone Whiskey t PURE BRANDIES WINES s CIGARS TOBACCO zzFOR 1 THE f Weekly Comiercial i Free to ReaderssorUlfs Paper 1 JVnyouo so dfnJt us In a suhscrlptJon 1fl r eJScolamu paportilledwith more news aatfg other mdtrbpollianveekly- Itesolately Correct Market Reiortsf 1 iI l 4 i r t lk trA f1ff MBOXT TOWN Eodawaterat J AShaderB Baseballs and bats at J A Shaders Hext 1J ndaywill be County Court day Cedar pQBts for sale at Marks j McEIroyte lumberyards Pay your subscription and get a fine home magazine free A new line of carpets and matting at Thompson d Moments Oranges lemons and banannas a A Shaders cheap IBest variety of garden seeds in town A 8haders Clothing for the summer you will find atpjtfces to suit you at Mansfields Buggies and harness for hire sale or trade 5111 KABRIOK A beautiful line of spring hats and bonnets for the ladles at Mansfields Wanted to trade for a good mUch cow 8 M KAREICK Fresh Salmon every Tuesday and Friday Price down to 6cents at J A Shaders Ladies shirt waists and skirts ready- made at Mansfields Call and take a look LOST Certificate No 17 series A Home Savings Building Loan Asso elation J N SAUNDEBS WANTED 60000 pounds of wool Highest cash prico paid for same CysaiiNGHAU DUNcAN Prat lines and hooks any all kinds oT fishing tackle fot sale at JGI A Shaders Canned Tomatoes 3 for 25c Sugar j Corn 2 cans for 16c Early June Peas lOc a can at Jos A Shaders j Tickets on sale at both drug stores for the entertainment to be given at f the Court House Friday night Wanted to buy About 30000 bush ale of corn market price paid Apply to Thompson Clements Springfield Ky Sweet potatoes Brazilians btsrmu da southern queen and jersey yellow just Shader recleved and sold cheap by Jos Having sld out my grocery and gone out of the business I desire to notify all who owe any accounts that some must be paid Immediately as I need the money R P T5DELEN Thos L Thompson who lives n District No 8 vas by an error re orted as dcllnqm nL in the rocent list for 1804 It was a mistake in making up the rdport Mr Thomp was not delinquent A special excursion will given over the L N next Sunday to Louisville and return The train will leave Sgringflold at 730 a m and returning leaves Louisville at 830 p m Round trip only 120 The Louisville and Cincinnati baseball teams play a ganje that day Earl Juno Boas lOo Sugar Corn 7 l2c Tomatoes 3 cans 26c Pumpkins 2 cans 16c Apricots 3 Ib cans 16c Pie Peaches Wagners lOco Table Peach 3 Ib can 15c Pineapples 200 Red Kidney Beans 3 Ib can 10c ntn A Shaders A box neatly packed with the nicest assortment of luscious apples was left at the door of the NBWSLBADEB ffice the other day addressed to the editor and containing a card bearing the inscription with the compliments of ThenasPapa We have not yet found out who Thanes papa is but we will thank this way just the same and will say that we ink him a gentle man and a scholar and be raises good apples The trial of Lee Boyle charged with murder being accused of having been implicated in the mobbing of Devers and Mrs West in Marian county was called Tuosdayv There were about fifty witnesses summoned a good many from this county On motion of the prosecuting attorney the case was passed until next Monday one week Boyle has engaged quite an array of legal talent to represent him Besides several Lebanon attorneys he has employed Messrs I H Thurman and T W Simms Jr of this place Thera is considerable interest in the result of the triaL DIED Mr Henry B Moore an old an one of the most highly respected o the county died at his homo a Moorcsvillo Wednesday morning Moore was born and has alesYs in Washington county He tYr teen prominently identified the business interests of the coucty for fully halfit century Ho was a truly good generous and- lksndhentedm1p He leaves his t present Commia lJ 2 rliifi i t sioncr of Agriculture nndJohn and a large circle of other relatives and Jriends to mourn his loss f PERSONAL DrW W Hiatt Willisburg wa in town Monday IJames C Clements was in Lebanon Thursday last Lloyd Clark on Bardatown was in town Monday nd Tuesday Sweenetspent last weelin Louisville Miss Fannio Simma and F B No were at St Marys Snnday Miss Thurman Bardstown is vis iting Is visiting relatives at this place Mrs Hattie Rodman Louisville la visiting her sister Mrs I H Thurman Mrs Miles Saunders visiting her daughter tare C R McDowell i Danville Lee D Ray W C Rogers Col J B Watben arid Tom Mackin Lob anon were in town Monday Jacob Heyman Carlisle Ky was here Monday in the interests of the Louisville Store Miss Ella Hagan of Fairfield re turned home Wednesday after a pleasant visit to Miss Katie Cain Miss Annie Cunningham will leave tomorrow to visit relatives at Lex- Ington Cynthiana and Louisville daught6rnight after an extended trip through the South and West Summer Millinery 1 have just received an entire now line ol SUMMER HATS I hnv also very pretty BABY CAPS from 25o up Call and see them before purchasing eltevrhero Tbo latest fads in SAILOR lUts the yret iest ever shown in Springfield MRS KATE WILLIAMS FIOltCU AD FLANTN I will ship a nice lot of Flowers aYIGEO It Ky Sheriffs Sale FO R- ThXESOa Mondav May 6h 1896 IThe same being County Court Day I will oflor for sato at the Court House door In Sprlngflolil Ky to tho highest bidder the following dvscrlbwl protector so tiiiHh thereof as will jmy the taxes and eo due mo Shenlr of Wash ington Ciuintv Ky front tho porsonH In whoso name wild n pcrty listed r taxes for the yean and amounts set op posite their names Cello Gaps acres of land In dlstrct No 4 tax duo for 1895 240 ell and sort Win V Gillis acres in district No 4 tax duo for 18th 308 ctonnd cost Mary Halm 40 ncrr of land district No 4 tax duo for 8140 eta and cost Tlioa t Montgomery 40 ncrc of land In So tux duo fur ISttiOlUo 1391 rts oo Robert joodlctt no es of lend In district No tnx duo for 354 eta slid cost John InmLelllq of land In district No 5 tux duo for l08ct and cost John B iJimbcrt 75 acres of land in district frogG tux duo for 1815 f1B2 claaAnd cost B raUier K4ro4 of land In district Xo tax duo for ISKi cts and cost Win SlmiMion 7 acres of land In dls trio NO4 Ux duo fur 1805 255 eta nut coat John T Crnyinif s W C Dy ICd Musters DS MOORESVLLE From Out Rcgnlar Ccrrcapontentj Had Oltia boon a little more upI to date she would never have built her famous wall The more mod ern less txpncsivc but no less effective toll gate wonld have beer a perfect substitute as a blockade They ore gems of perfection Asa nuisance the genuine article lIon Lucas sleeve of Frankfort and Mrs Lula Breeding of B burg Jnd were caled to the beinI sits of their father Mr H livedE N Uvndley of Lebanon was SundaytJ F Moore has returned irom an extendedwith relatives at Dan ripe Miss Mary E Noe and Mrs Della Taylor of Springfield were the guests of relatiuen Friday Quite a number of our citizen nltondea County Court Monday ECJIt rw4 f c n T o Lauisville t Store tiOriginators of Low Prices e I Bargains for All 3000eyards of the Best Calico at 3 12 cents yard 2000 yards of Finest French Ginghams at 7 cents a yard nrLACE CURTAINS Jt is time for them now We have them for 50c to 500 LADIES VESTS j We have all kinds and at allprice toI suit everybody We have some at lOc worth 20c MrS UNDERWEARGood for 23 cents We can show you the best suit of Under wear for 61 ever shown in this town CLOTHING f i All Wool Suit for Z15b Boys Suit for 50c Luster Coals for SHOES A full line dt Custommade Shoes I aid Slippers sold cheap WASH GOODS All kinds at Lowest prices Come to us for everything you want in our line We will save sou at least five per cent on any advertised price in Springfield Keep your eye on this column it will do you good FINE TAILOR MADE CLOTHING We are agents for M Born Co and Lamm Co Chicago Merchant Taylors who guarantee their work in every respect in workmanship fit and prices Come till and see their samples before buying r READY MADE CLOTHING We carry the largest stock shown in town We atE overstockj right now and wo will sell you a suit for almost your own price It SHOES OXFORD SLIPPERS = Out stock of Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes is complete Mens Button Shoes Black and Tan Mens Laco Shoes Black and Tad Mens Low Shoes Mack and Tan Womens Button Shoes Womens Lacu Shoes Womens Ox fords and Womens Slipeers Childrens Button Shoes Oxford d Slippers We bought our shoes at Lo ly prices aud we offer special inducements in prices DR 1 SSGOODSand DRESS TRIMMINGS We are still keeping up our stock of Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings and we can sun you from the cheapest Serges Mix tures etc to the very true Pansla n weaves Coma in and cx amine our stock and get pri- cesWALLPAPER Dont forget we are Headquarters for everything in Wall Paper CARPETS AND MATTINGS r Thespectal prices we have beon making on Carpets has m t greased our sales one hundred per cent If you need anything in this department take advantage of our low prices at once EVERY DEPARTMENT i We will make the lowest prices in each and every department fat the next Thirty Days that was ever made on equal values We have the goods and must dispose of them We want eand are compelled to have it therefore profits will notbe considered I when a customer offers us Cash for goods ItcJ CiTN1NGIIAM DUS + J i j zf t i Jo rigVs II 1 CLOTHINGA iwi ri ti EVER NAMED IN TtUSOR AfiY OtHEfT T0WX We are overstocked on all kinds of lothit1gMdrxvyitb rpropose to reduce the stock if Ixjb Pri esvilldo 4vt 25 00 Will buy a nice stylish we 1trimmed suitCIS flint libeen selling for 750 J r All wool Imported Clay Worsted suits in all cuts red Qadto iSSi r for ten days only The suit will sell anywhere ford811uic r See line JaiUworthtfS1OOO All wool suits reduced to 750 75 fr We have the handsomest line of Pants ever sliowlaYCan it any shape man regular extra long stout and extra 6tzi in the latest style and trirmnedand made equaUo RBT TJkfclai r made pant in the newest and neatest patterns t ithoOcp llpr1pay you to buy your clothing of us Come aud wat mwJH cost IiWe1iDeQfMen Boss ltp t flPullcltourvsaye yqu mObBYT 8a r 1Sjr MQGHORD ROBERISON f JOHNWCRUMEEjFLERDINC ft itLSBHNON KY yY6 t azaj ti STABLE Spslding Avenue anti Mulberry Street i r Back of Norris House tab iY iSpecialWashington Cpuntry Trade Solicited SPRINGFIELD tr AIy SAW AND PLANINGfMiJJiJ MARKS McELKQ Props J fi MANUPAOTURER AND DEALERS 11 All kindsNos a fogs HpgsffeadslCypress if j XBill1ih 1 paid for all kind of Logs Call aDdsee us and get pricey 1 2Olfice and Yard Jockey Jvemie Betwgen aIIl an i4 ti 1rJ M HBNDRQN J i BUTCHER f 5 niisi1teAire e ejr furnish JWj 1 SU Choice Meats at LdwerPrices tjj J JJ 1 Ii also pay the highesr Cash Price for Poultry Hfije3furs etc ttt ftj a I THEN L RAILROAD takes passengers from the stations to HEALTH CorisRpttilphr Dizziness Headache Vertigo in the Back or Side Sluggish LSvgr ahi Kidney troubles NEAPS LAXATIVE Ask foibt no Jv MEAT LAXATIVE CO LotilsvIII Ky r O REMOVAL WANTED Everybody to known thatti have removed my stock of Buggies Surreys Ladies Phacions Harness etci from my old stand up town to my NEW STAND DOWNTOWX S M KARBICK An Affidavit This is to certify that on Mny lltb I walked to Mclloks drug store on n pnr of crotched and bought a of OlmmDorlalna Pajn B ihn for lr 1lnmmn tory rheumatism which had crippled ate up After using throe bottles 111m corn plotoly cured I can cheerfully recommend Jt Charles II Wetrol Sunbury Pa and subscribed before me on August 16W1WItU8r Shlpnian JP Fo sale ofQ cents per bottle NOTICE r I Creditors are hereby otip11Jhtlt t will receive sell Jieaj claims against tho estate of JurnesrMyeh assignlidat my office Springfield r 20x134iT C liQEt Assi ghcp of JamesMycrSr E 4t 5 l1lil1 i S MEKSgaQp 7 5ocOne Way J o 7 following Pains Take other bottle Sworn I Capt Sweeney U 8 A San t j Cal says tihllobtf Cntarrh Bomeijf U is tbo first modldno I hare evgrto4ui tbat would domo anygoodrrf jaloc j Fxi Dr DoW Pine Tar IIoneyfs dftftii from all other cough remedies mlt oiren fy allay In K the iuflnniumtlon at1 fetlv InK ton 8trentrUrTigr and TltK ilik f the rospUnry orpin Guars toed biUdealers For sale ef Uaydon Jt itajft aunDruggiafs1 H fJ Now is the time to subscriUe for the JKWSLBADE x onlY 81 A tQ igKEOT BRBWHS IRON QlTlRSt- O k ires Jndigcrtioa Bllloitsnfk Sis6I3afAS t1aKaYoamcn udlMnenl Ib Itl t ft In the Spring the system needs c cle ujng out Uso Noal5 Laxathiu1o dj tills n3 It mlUlt harmless rout thongFh for abottlo nt dhUrgWts Nae rx t t atlve iT40ui8TUloKY i 3ii 810Q Rcfard Oo t Thorea ora of this papoV rill Ivp MM 1 + to learn JthaUthorQ ll at least OHCxifmOed disease that science bae benn cMo to eu o itt1In all its fttacsl1n i that lx istrtJflairsrhtarrfi fnrof tUio only p tntiti cure Icu B to the Ingdlcelratmrlf Calarrji beings con tfLuUnllAjRaf4t requires n tons tntlonal trea ncnt flajlsCatarrh Curaiatakttti jntergnllc acting upon tho blood of thd tboreiy dcdlroyJjj t tW hifastjf Rsistlh natn f iSk 1 3fae 1toprlBtors fanjv p mtlC1daJth la Itscuratke power ttgtMfa tGeybiTorOne laittidrod boJinrs nr7wns caso that It fhlTs tocnro Send for flat f tostltronials AUj1i F atitl ii COVTalcaoo i t i JCafq gd6ti y w tR f f 1 t lI Y lii I c 1 1H1 NEWLEAtE 0 j A IGIIEATBAEBAEIAN r A OSTANDAANDMISREPOUaTABL rtrFQZZY WUZzv FIGHTERS frfcey flara OJ Accoutof ThefeMlvt 1e Lat SueIqWsv uul WU Fro b1y Lead TMHEty AtkJn Another UT A iyBM J Osman Dip Is coming The cry rot a thrill at fear through nil the north iaiteni part of Africa and in half c dozen capital of Europe It was bear tvitb alarm In Rome in Paris in Ba tin and ia London the name of Osmai- Digna ifM whispered in secret cabinc i fconndls In Cairo the young kbediya a t r Egypt heard Jbe ominous warning wit a ebadde antf bit rnnch tho fijuno cpu spreadiniibtoaYet Osaari DIp is no fabled mOD ster Boisi plain man whose mof Striking pecaliarlty is that be tronll rather MifA his meals for a week thai Jbe 1ha chance of Indulging in afIrl o1asflgbt B ttttte mBianderinchie of the army of Abdullah the calipl or ruler of he Mabdists and all thi Aerce iiThcof The Sudan ThceeMab fUsta have beerf rather quieff or the laef few tlbat the caliph JIM evident fy bad his eyes dears open and whet io heard of the recent defeat of the Hal Ian troop In Abyssinia which adjoin his domaliuiou the east beintwle np hi I1alnd that fie ought tbroa1IttIour with them hhnsehV Soho cent out won 1fhrot2gh the deserf collected a big force of tribesmen put bia trusted bench Aton Oaman Digna a th lr head and lent them off toward Kassala where thi ftaliao fortes retfeaterf after theii rough handling by fcingMenelek henci The disturbance of the peace in the Eu iopean capitals There is good catuo for ffie tear which Csnian 1auMtesto He has been t fDttbo fighting business fora good many years and although not always victori ous ho has been found to boa tough customer The Mahdiets whom he leads aro probably fee greatest fighters that over existed In the first place they ore fatalists toy a man They believe that riey win not die until the appointed time comes and that when it does theret rIno dodging their fate There is noi inch thing AS scaring tbemIThe English who seldom hesitate ibakeTTar UPon a barbarous or semi i dTiltedrlaticai have been quite satisfied rb let fno Mahdists alone tar a dozen jtears although all the time longing to A DEBVUU OTIEF grab tbaSudan They remember haw In 1888 Osman nip met the army of fBJ Pasha 13 000 strong and cut it to pieces how at Tokar be slaughtered rf garrison of 2800 men and how at the raemorableiDattle Of Tomal WelUfhe did donbroketthe rtfdoubtableTJHtlsh square In the stSudaiicnmp tgn the terri ble Mahdists killed the heroici Gordon abd 0000 British soldiers besides 60 I 000 Egyptian soldiers Kipling calls thorn the FnzagfWutzys and every Tom ra Atkina in therBritiah army can read bI1 Indoreer the sentiment which that rL p 9t expresses when 3ii9 sings Lb eret6 you Pni2yfftuBy t ouiom r ia tho DfjEouro APrebczllshtect cothcn but a first z flhtfpgian j An cres t yoatIJn 2y Woiay with your Isyrick nod of air abg black boaiulln beggar forou bruk DDritbhkquaJ Itis the eame Osmon Digna who is again in he6addle He hllla romantic r history has this doughty chieftain that if Its attlrne lIerOis thestory any way fDr Echwelnrarth the Celebrated Sudanoso traveler Is saidtp vouch for it tTiat Osman is nb Mahdist at all but 4 native of Trance His namewas George Jiisbetr and bisi father was a bankrupt trader who died in Cairo leaving his Widow and bpr sOn almost penniless Mme NlBbett married a Mohammedan merchant of Alexandria tamed Osman i iftgnn who took a great fancy to the toy gave him blS own name and had him educated ita military school in Cairo On tho death of his stepfather Osman inherited his great wealth and when the Sudanese roso in rebellion to I tV2row off the Egyptian yoke under the leadership Arabi Pasha who had been i ascboolxuate of Osmans ho joined the I t jrfbel leader His great wealth and his f J niilitary skill made him so powerful tBat be was elected chief by the sheiks of eastern Sudan Tha first Mahdi and 1 hlu present successor have both shown L him great consideration C Oaman Digna is in appearance a typ ical desert pirate He is of herculean Eta tare with ores of piercing blackness and on immense board Ho hoe losj his left arm Inbattle but Ui right can still WIeld u sword with ffiff strength of a r giant As a tactician ho has prctved himself folly equal to any of tho British flTcdrawbo have been cent against him Sftiept the seaport of Suokin in astate Ilegeforrnanyweekauntfl1uapydgwl tePOftedldthe faculty of celi iIei s ain S1 always at the moiTii ffir tiaao iafar tb1siieiaIos FtBwiJEXr A SAVAGE WARSJJPIML WiioiIt l The eo called rtoratrolfof Australia a t1s alt called thfr native tiger j but f iisttnng to Bayjit ifi nob even n ccrasfn to ztfbrnwolf or tiger belonging to the same family as the kangaroo the slow iud gentle wombat and tile sly old opos carrythcirt1 p Tie cyag witch aro large are furnish l ilKwV a w beaas4iko the eyes of J Aothi i w w A cmurntte d Itoviiifj in thptlaytimo ns thoeyos aj posed to more or less Qf sunshTui itb 1 tthiitmemb11U1ith amount c ght admitted through the largo pupa onlil aztetbezebraJvoltIThe generall color of the somewba t sort woolly far is grayish braWn littl clined to yellowish Across this groom don tna black baud show tap Bharj id clear These stripes ore usually is i number beginning just back of the loaldere where they are narrowest nd growing broader and longer back o haunches Dhe skinS are in domanc jr lap robesand rugs which gives aided reason for hunting the wearers Two zebra wolves were taken totic oological gardens in London where iey flourished and raised n family Then they came it was thought Great trltalnwould be too thid for them ut there seems to be no reason why hey should not thrive even ia Canada ttey Have been known to live on the nonntains of Tasmania 8500 feet bovejho sea level where the ground is ometimes coveted with snow for many recks and frosts BrO severe Do you wonder that his name if lightly mixed The marvel is tbat he s not named menagerie end doo with tl for with his dbglike face und short veil ears eyes like an owl zebra stripes md a pouch liko a kangaroo his mixed tickle beastebip could answer to almost ny name you might wish to tall him Then be becomes extinct we can ttruly ay we neer shall see his like Ogata jt Louis GloboDemocrat XatarcB Noblemen Two self supporting geritltswomep Aere recently comparing their expert nces of tbe pastiew years and both de clared that on the rare occasions when hey had been treated uncivilly by per tms of the other sex it had been by hose who were known in the social orld as gentlemen George Meredith ias mado Diana of tbe Crossways teeny The EpgU gentleman trades on his eputatinn In a third cass carriage no Roman is unprotected London Sou At the Navy Yard So this is tbeminie rifle Yes mum And thats the maxim gun Yes mum The miniemum and the aiaxlmmumr New York Recorder TURF TOPICS Mr Persso the gentleman jock has returned from Ireland Pansy McGregor 3 l73 will not be campaigned this season butxvilUbe bred oJackdawaaonof3ayBIrdJohn now fit Mew Orleans has engaged Jockeys Tn iberville and Duffy for Marcus Dalys western stable 4r Connolly the Chicago turfman recently lost by distemper the bay filly LPotomac Belle by otomao dam Kitty Clark She was a promising 2yearold Lady Baymondoin the Gougbacres string is in splendid condition She hhs entirely recovered from the accident which prevented her from starting last fall The sons and daughters of Sphinx won more money in 1805 than the produce of any other son of Electioneer No sire of tho age of Sphinx has made more brilliant showing It is said that young WilHam Engo mon will be associated in the manage ment of Brighton Beach this season and that he will assist financially id the rebuilding of the grand stand Charles Stewart proprietor of the Maples stud Council Bluffs Ia will raco a dozen 2yearolds in the cast this season They are all by Panique now dead sire tit Roche and other good horses The total number of 3yearold gaged in the Coney Island spring stakes is2G2 These are the get of 114 differ ent stallions a fact which well illus trates tbe dose relations between breed- Ing and racing Tho feature of the racing at Inglesido San Francisco on St Patricks day was the Shamrock Handicap for which tbe entries were Babe Murphy Pat Murphy and Tim Murphy A man by tho name of Murphy served as judge THE FASHION PLATE Trim taut and preeminently smart aro scam of the new spring coats that are lib aped to suit every form and every fancyAgreatar1oty of silky looking feather weight fancy straws are used for spring hats and bonnets many of which arin mixed colors to match iridescent and Persian dress goods Tho most popular are the Marie Antoinette Huguenot and Stuart shapes all showing a closely fitted forearm to above the elbow with puffs from this point toifio shoulder Shirt waists have smaller bishop sleeves gathered to a cuff and this season show box pleated effects edged with fine linen lace and finished with rows of tiny linen pearl or colored aguto buttons The quaint cbe and pompadour pat terns of soft undressed liberty satins and taffetas figured with shadowy blossoms and foliage aro being made into charm- Ing gowns for dressy after Easter wear Among pretty and novel accessories to tho toilet are quaint little frilly neck decorations made of white and also of colored satin They are put at the top of tho straight nock baud and stand well away from the throat Tamboured orfRidics and dotted and flowered swiss and India muslins are heaped up on city counters and shelves Lies of the puro white patterns appear than those in canary yellow sea green rCsoda dresden blue and rose and violet id various exquisite tints Pink corn yellow ciel blue and ecru Often batistes are very dressy in effect being made upjvith handsome laces and insertions are ranged in points or straight r0ws with full lace fichus or cape col satinIbows and ends as fInfshNew Xork Poat STOGE GLINTS It is said Nafr ct Goodwin win do vthe Prisonerofr Zendo inAustralia AudrnnthobompcsenrofOlivettoay BOIUnlnnB LucyiiiHlIho Rivals Hinjrichgin a concert tour jfif Thlar 1JUL ccztred t a benefit periorniaiico given fuMome le played Othello- ItislEaid that Paderewski8 profits a is sii months tour in this countr nIl cdsily roach 200 H0 Mien Eelyett which failed sip In thoUnJtod States ls ttiil lDplayed with profit in France The success of David BofftscoyTb Heart ofiiarylaudso fori warrant he belief that the author will clear a least 300OOQ on it The Sunshine of Paradise Alloy bos reached London and is making big a sensation In the English metropO Ha as Jt did in this country Charles Frohman baa the drnraatii rights of F Hopkinson Smiths nove TomGoogan II A ptoy wilt bo rnadt from it by tlsi Smith and Augnstnt Thomas It will be produced early season probably in Chicago ne1tI Pearl Eytipge the onco tress brilliant conversationalist and ra contour author poet and bohemian i again a hospital patient and agin the hospital blotter bears the record Alco Hollo mid raonhine poisoning PERSONAL GOSSIP Jeff Davis is a candidate for congress in the fourth Arkansas district Hart A Massey of Toronto who died recently divided a fortune of 650000 among educational institutions Calvin Flint of Williamstown Vt who was 83 years old last January has splIt 40 cords of tough firewood this Hoffman d man with a broken back to wbom tho British government pays 8 a week has Jived for three years more or less comfortably in a New York hospital The following strains of blood are said to be united in young Prince Ed ward of York Norman Flemish Scotch Saran SpanIsh French English Gorman and Danish The late Lord Leightahs last act on tbonight of his death was to dictate a letter for publication expressing bis thanks for thenumerous congratulations he had received on his elevation to the peerage John H Coulter has resigned the pres idency of Lako Forest university to be come professor of botany in tbe Uni versity of Chicago which has been en dowed with f1000000 for the botanical department Dr William Seward Webb who by the way is known as colonel in Ver mont being member of the military staff of the Green Mountain State has been elected governor of the Society of Colonial Wars in Vermont A scOt in the Punjab worshiped a dolly whom they called Nikkal Sen This Nikkal Sen was no other than the rcdcubted General Nicholson and noth ing that the general could do or Say damped tbe enthusiasm of his adorers Grand Duke Michael Michaelovitch of Russia has been pardoned by the czar Be was exiled for marrying tire Countess von Torby a daugbvr of Prinoe Nicholas of Nassau by his mor genetic marriage with Pushkins daugh teL JThe wife of Dr N onsen tho explorer belongs too famous family Her father Michael SIltS was a famous Norwegian naturalist Her mother is tbo sister of tho poet Wolhaven Mme Nausen is at present the leading concert singer in Norway The poet of tbe Russian imperial family the Grand Duke Constantine has bad tbo honor of having his poems translated into German by Julius Grosse who for many years has consid ered himself in a measure the succes eon of Goethe in Weimar Professor Roentgen is tho hero of the bour in Germany Honors are shower ing upon him in his Wurzbnrg home and the university Students organized a grand torchlight procession through tho town to his house to congratulate the professor on his wonderful discovery Sir Douglas Straight who replaces Henry Cud as editor of Mr Astors Pall Mall Gazette was called to the bar as long ago as 1865 Afterward he became justice at Allahabad British India Ho returned to London in 1801 with an enviable reputation and a pen sion THE FASHION PLATE Now back silk grenadines are woven with lovely Mario Antoinette designs and silk finished The beautiful French challles aro this year brought out in many of tho designs popular in Dresden and chine silks Plaidcd cotton crapes in dainty color ings aro exhibited also wash ginghams in new Dresden and bourctto effects A number of the new modified sleeve puffs are slashed showing a narrow underpuff of seine rich contrasting ma terial Tho size and shape of spring hats are considerably reduced but nearly every modql is overburdened with a hotoro gonoous mesa of trimming Vests and waistcoats are very gay this reason and bright soft textured cloth is very frequently used in their making instead of velvet or brocade Although there is a slight decrease in the width of most of tbo skirts of util Ity costumes of wool and silk and wool mixtures the usual width is maintained for dressy gowns and for spring Epaulets and lint flaring pieces join ing tho broad pompadour yokca and wide collars that ore to bo so fashionable will provide the width recently imparted by the voluminous puffed sleeve All styles of fancy laces with hand home insertions to match in St Plauen or St Gait made goods will be used to decorate summer silks muslins crepons cballios and other fashionable materials New York Post NOVELTIES Silver handled EciRsorsin all sizes nro Incased in silver sheaths The garter with a heart ehapedphoto graph buckle finds natrons- Tableknives are furnished with sil vet handles in patterns to match forks ud spoon A pleadingl fed is that for arj ojbred glass vases andbonbdndiEbea b silver gndards I tJr r 51000 IS PRIZES FBEE Use tho letters contained Iii textMQXOXSJBED GROW and form at letfrtkhere any letter In sane word more 4met nan Jt appears in MONOK CTBGJROW For example the words J persolbingding the letters In the text Jill re Atve One fiundred Dollars in cash oj the ntxthirge8t lIstwe will give 75 in cash for the next 525 cash and r each of the next ten largest lists e will give 910 in gold If you are ood at wordw making you can secure valuable plSzo arfThe Mohon See o intends giving many hundred pedal prizes to persons sending them jts containing over twentyfive iordi Write yonr naino on list ol vords numbered and enclose the ame postpaid wife 12 twocent stamps or a combination package of Mono leeds That Grow which includes 12 jackets of the latest and most popular towers of different varieties also jarticulars and rules of distribution of jrizes Thisword contest will be care lilly and conscientiouriy conducted nd is solely for the purpose of further ntrcducingour seeds in new localities lou willreceive the Biggest value in lower seeds ever offered and besides if you are able to make a good list of words and answer promptly you will jtand an equal opportunity to secure a valuable prize We intend spending a large amount of money in the dis tribution of prizes in this contest We assure you that your trial order with us will be most gratifying Write your name plainly and send list as early as possibleAddress MONON SEED GO Monon Bldg Chicago flL Ramons Nerve and Bone Oil cures Rheumatism Cuts Sores Burns am Bruises for 250 Coffee and tea pots and hot water jugs In some of the heavily embossed silver sets are finished with ivory han dIes and knobs Knit purses with flat round clasps of gold or silver ere deservedly pupa lar they are so easily carried in the palm of the hand HamI mirrors having backs of carved tortoise shell land overlaid with floral designs in silver deposit are in accord with tbe aineeeuth century rove of luxury JeweLas Circular ABOUT SLACK HORSES The SopenUUon That They Are Not So Hardy u Others Some empty pated individual has started an alleged theory to tbo effect that black horses ore not possessed of constitutional vigor such as is necessary to the enduring campaigner in tho lace bf tbe wonderful campaigns made by tbe sable coated Joe Patchcu ring the last two years After the son of Joe Patchen probably no horse ever stood a harder campaign than did tbe black colt Directnm 3 05 still the chum pion trotting stallion and tho campaigns= of that other black son of Director Di rect 3OC were little it any less rig orous Director himself one of the best campaigners of bis day is also a black in color and that his two greatest per formers tako after him in color as well asia racing quality is proper Fred KohJ 2123 the greatest 3year old yet sired by Guy Wilkes is black and the best Eon of Sable Wilkes also black is the black horse Oro Wilkes 211 Jay Eye See 210 pacing record 2 O6 although black is the fastest of the get of Dictator The black gelding Guy 2 0974 is tho fostestof the get of Kentucky Prince The black gelding Lord Clinton 9 08 is tho fastest pad the best of tho get of his sire Gillette 3114 Is the fastest of the get of Cy clone Lynne Bell 210 occupies the Tame position among tho get of St Bel Atbanio 211 7 among the get of Ju nto Bravado 212 among the get of Kentucky Wilkes Nemolino 212 among tbo trotters sired by Jersey Wilkes Moonstone 200 among the pacers and HoiratLaw 213 among tbo trotters sired by Mauibrino King Eaten 2I2l among tho get of St Ar nuuJ Ponce do Leon 213 among the got of Paucoast In nearly all thcso cases mentioned the black color did not prevent the per formers from racing gamely and show hag endurance of a high quality The dunderhead who has undertaken to do cry the wearing qualities of black horses should be placed in the category with tho one who about a year ago asserted that an own brother or sister to a treat performer would never be expected to perform1 well unless of the lama color as the famous ono a theory that lied absolutely nothing to uphold ItBorse World Feed the Stored Corn Where iav the ecru and yrbat is being dono with In It is known that the supply of cattle in the country is not above the normal and that there sllnld be glut of bogs this spring after the frightful ravages of cholera last year seems a virtual im possibility Furthermore prices at tbe yards were so low all full that there was no wholesale desire manifested to engage in feeding operations Now if tbo groat crop of 1893 were being run through tho feed lot it would perhaps be wise to put a lock on tho crib and wait for the grain buyer next rammer but the fact is that tbo undoubted tend sOl1ltopretensions to prophetic gifts but we simply want to point out at this june tore the well known rule that when all sorts and conditions of people join in a grand rnsh to do the some thing in a speculative way there Is usually more profit to bo gained by declining tufol low the crowd It is possible tbat great profits will attend feeding tions but if we are correct in our uoI ment that hoarding corn is being more generally practiced this winter than feeding it wo insist that the chances tttt profit arc with the feeder nuhnr than thospcculator The chances are that there will not bo a widespread com failure this yearnnd tho choncea oro also that prices for cattle and bogs will not go lower than they have been for the past six months Breeders Gav zaito 2 UNTOLD MISERY TROX RHEUMATISM H Hag Water ylleyKlM crured by Ayers Sarsaparilla nLsStTfromknown remedy consulted the best physi ciansrItts4IIotSprlnge Ark Ulne timesIspending there besides doctors fcllUj 7lyfleshonly nlnetytJlree pounds niyleft welrhedI leg were drawn out of shape the muscles blng twisted up In knots I was unable to dress myself except with sssUmri mid could only hobble about by using a cane I had no appetite and was assured by the doctor that I could not lire The pWis nt times were so awful that I could procure rtllcl only hy means of hypodermic Injec lions of morphine had my limits bandaged In clay In sulphur hi poultices rIm these gate only temporary nft After trying everything and sunVrlng the most rwful tortures I began to take Ayers SarsaparilJo lushle of two 1l1lbsI was able to walk without a cane In three months my limbs begah to strengthen anti In the course of a year I was cured My weight has Increased to pounds and sin now able to do my full days work as a railroad blacksmith AVERSThe Only Worlds Fair Sarsaparilla AVERS PILLS cure Headache Right In Sig6io Sure Saving Shown Well send you pur General Cats loguo and Buyers Guide If you cend us 15 cents in stamps That paya partpostage or texpregsage and keeps off idlers Its a Dictionary of Honest Values Full of Important Information no matter wbero you buy 700 Pages 12000 illustrations tells of 40000 iortidea and rightprice of each Oho profit only between maker and user GetjU MONTGOMERY WARD 4 CO 111116 Michigan Ave Chicago During the winter of 1803 F M Martin of Long head W Vn contrnc tod a severe 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