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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tf Ct IT I I I I L b4Sirtke Ii of uL THE NEWS LEADERQ1 I 1 ew Series Vol IlL SSSPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON KENTUCKY MAY 61896 N 19i 4 Is ltf 3TT17 j t9120 21 22 23 5tW ut Locafcr4inesa Ot1cv 10 cts t1ei lhae tortbeJiiserU anl5 ccnt4jor- eachubeMnV1uaertLoiiS CalU on candidates and political matter U oeaU per line Job Work it don at Iowrates but cash nut be paid on delivery of ROOdIAaterl ijV tsmade n liberal terJIYI Obituaries sudrezo1utIoniof pecit perliat Cf It7- ce4tyoel biLtt 11 dotOaes h 1000 ii tCHUcHpIRECTORY i ffJST RUn BRPJacobs Pastor Services erory S472t ILand58p m Sunday Oaiool at 88J Prayer Meeting oaWdd nedy abjht at 700 p nu t t kETBODISTlCHURCHi Bar Jjt Murrwll Pftttor Services e the Flnt and Third Sundays each month 5I1mnd58pm PRESBYTERIAN CHUJICH UvSLBaundcciuor SeivIceeVCry- g 1In r ia1q in titrrlthleTerytSrhur3rnTghta I t k CATHOUO CHURCH v p Henneay Paaior Services every BuSdif atSand tp ocloclta m i Services tRoeim3zotir 7 J M T jt 0RD S 4555S IiCBO X1a LoDaBrSpringfipld lodgo No aortjfflfConA Monday fa cacb month 4s Waibtngt altO fli3pterNo2Tmeets- c ClUlmIay t Sagfleld Couucll Ho b3moetsover I ov ffoouMeets very second 1s4fourth Monday In each month t 1evs ifu jcsuM6cts every t griVWednesday of each month A I i CCUNYDIRCTQRTS7CJn ITCOJftT Ctrcut Court begins on the fourth day 8t4 In Februari1May and October- J CE Va tetfoa Judge VB Bwcenoy Commonwealth Attorney FXCarnpbefl Clerk T W Bunmf Itaster CbmmUaloner- QUff 9s RTIRLY COURT Quarterly Courtis bald on the third Mon- dayj IB Jnuiryj April jnly and October Tack W Tbonp3oUJ1dgO OOyHTY COURT CoontyCour meets on tbo fourth Hoar d Illeac th 1c 4ackY Thompson Jadge WF Hooker Couniy Clerk iHThurmanOoaaty Attorney r RB1hrIic JT ttayeroft Bherfff WRTbur ian nn poeU Deputies rdMastri Js nOIJKoole county Surveyor 1 W D Sharp Aisc orT It AKoe Deputy v iiWT JCcKlroy Oounty Treasurer s PW4rI1LDDHiOTORY O1i PCUr9def2 John Grace balW OKoed City Attorney L fI07 5dusTice coUnt Juttico couria ihardin January April JiitijMCkjtobor z t J e5a55it jLrrIa13aud DpEfrt o1raIns ki 41 I42I44 W iI AlIPI- J g4l lt Arviu1ngOO1d4 5 120 l5VIIevlihI1 6s1 136 ti 22 12 03 Booker 547 147 15i51F6 eo F4troa5klL f 51 I 68 gfp4 4 1rtWoodawn 603 z 13 irz3t1 tE1tfvrrhnos 6J 2 25 5 411 16 BivtIstcwnD S3F 65 Itt 308 08 ii r3sjQ NAzntCQ1 i c10Q SamaelB 0 413 84 1zrt 5 3tt 14 25 t lltsvUlo t 403 6 CaIeinrLig GMi405 onf bbtl4 f 59 t v 01 g 5 LqCttelir1RQnt 7I 80 o 5 ifk i Jibcpb rdeyill0 720 0 4 a thibrs 727 pSt 4 j7 SooIh PArk i89 cJi1 830 SouthLoi1IsvtIIeN 7 a tgvv 05 8 1v LotobivHleAr 08 050 10 rJS J IAIIP iit t SitSs rf frt j C t ii 55S c r c I i = ODDS IIiD ENDS OF GOSSIP 8RmtGFIELPSatn Carpenter writer whois now engaged in getting up the big industrial and histori cal number of the NEWSLEAD er says That Springfield is one or the best cities for its size In the en tire Soujth That the colored race appears to keep better order hero than anywhere else in Kentucky That there is more fine busi ness hcnses in this city for iits size than In any other in Central Kentucky That Father Hennessey and Bro Saunders are certainly post entertainlug men that be is sorry he has been unaaleto meet thti Qther ministers but hopes to erelbng That the lawyers are men of splendid address and lire un doubtedly the most moral set he ever saw I That the young men are splen did business and social examples f torother towns to take pattern from That Ike Thurman our brigot and gentlemanly county at rIney is one of the coming men Kentucky That Tom Strums made his mark before the people of Bardstown when he eloquently pictured the uncertain and spot ted career of the uncertain and spotted Beaufort That all the attorneys at the SprinJtfieldbarwitbout9ceptionc are men away above the general average that they are courteous refined dignified and studious and far superior to many of the old time lawyers even in That the Catholic Church choir is dne of the best in Kentucky One of thft singers especially sings as sweet and sounds to the ear as clear as thoC warblingrnotes of the nightingale jor the soft mellow notes of the thrashtThat with wateK works and electric lights l be second to none of her sister cities in Kentucky in points gf business enterprise and that she will by having these two worthy plants begin to realize whatgreat advantages the city has to show to the outside world fO above other cities of larger population That there are more hand some married women and pretty girls as the big edItion will show in Washington county than in any o ber county in the United SHOOS That Ernest Mansfield Will Hagan Joe Claybrooke and Garland Cunningham together With twenty otheryoung Spring field boy8 are just top handsome foro small a place as Springfield that they should go to New York or London where their looks would be appreII clB That all those who stay out of the big edition will be very sorry when it appears and that those who have been too busy to asI sist us towards making it a grand success must come and give us all the information this week before it is too late That Stile Noe when be dies will be in his opinion buried under a cloud of roses holJy hawks and sunflowers That Sheriff Graycrof is one of the best and most conscien tious men in Kentucky ON8 THING SURe We have more bioycles than Kontuoryr3Ve wiUbaye water works and electric lights iThere is being organized a ball team that tho town will be proud of ioroe Qloybrooke saw his girl or somebody elsesin Louisville Sunday Jim Edeten is in love but Harry Thompson not The illustrafie edilioh of the r i NEWSLEADER will be a beauty E L Davion and MissJof Middlesboro are in Louis vile this week Tie Springfield Fair- will beI up to date Tho old song df Kiss andI lets make up is not forgotten Geo Yoiins will soon have his- ilying machine complete All theold Efachelors in town over forty years oldexcept Dr Burton who can marry and wont should bd tax d BSOGhpar year and this sum be applied to pensioning old maids who would marry and cantII Anyone wno wblstles Kiss mq again etc in the town i sits except between tne hours JJ ipm and 8 am should be shot How to Preat n Wife Prom Parifle Jour ol First get wife second bo nattontYou nay have great trials and perplexities in your buskjrss but do nut theroforp carry to your home a cloudy or contracted brow Your wlfo may hatotrlah which though of less magnitude may- ot hard fur to lhear A kind word n tender look will do wonders in chasing from her brow all clouds of IloonTH this wo add ajways keep a botUo of Chamberlains Cough Remedy io the house ILls the brat and is sure to be needed sooner or later your wife will then know that you really care for her and wish tu protect her health MR LEW1S In CONUUESS The followine from the Congress iional Recor gives part of a debate a a poneion billin Which John W Lewis participated Mr LEWIS Mr Chairman 1 wahtto ask the gontleman from New Yorka question I have I heard a great deal said about pen sioning menwho fought under two Ihgs Now I Vafll to know if I am not correct in saying that a great many soldiers of the Mexican war who fought all through the civil war in the Confederate army are not now drawitg pensions qs jMexican soldierIMr TICKLER Yep allof them arC Mr LEWIS Now I know dome of them individually and 1 want to nsk the gentlemen who are so patriotic and who ore so much troubled here about men who fought under two standards it they would vote for a bill striking bom the pension rolls the Lames of Mexican soldiers who fought in theConfede rate and who are now receiving ipensions Mr MiLES Will the gentl- erD permit an interruption Mr LEWIS Yes sir Mr MILES Do you mean to say that those ilcxican soldiers are to be classedwith mon who de serted their flag Mr MAilON Tney also de serted their Hug at the beginning ol the war Mr MILES Not attall they deserted no gag Mr LEWIS I will arifewer the gentleman from Maryland I sayr as to men who fought under theI Confederate flag and afterwards became loyal and fought under the flag of the Union that one nina oi ih it class is as good as another applause on the Republican sidej thejConfedgot compulsion as a groat many did and tho nun who conscientiously changed his views and became loyal and then fought for the flag of his country is as muchentitled to consideration as a Mexican soldier who fought in the Confeilerdte army andasmuch on titled to the bounty of this Govern ment ApplauseJ Now Mr Chairman I have heard a good many times in this discussion the phrase coffee cooler L do not know what a coffee cooler is and I would be glad if some of tlieeo pa triotic gentlemen who use the term so freely would bo good enough to define it so that wo m y under stand just what thmean by cof fee cooler Who is the inventor of this expression coffee cooler Mr MILNE3 Grover Cleveland frLnughterlSMrLEWlS Did it como fr3m Ithepliraso tnnocuous desuetude I I t Laughter I want to Bay that the expressions coffee C0bler and bounty jumper have in my opin ion fallen into irinocubua d sue tude We had no bbujity jumpers or cogeo coolers in Kentucky The only sort of jumpers we ha4 there were men who jjumped over the enemys works nntljjumped to the tops cf the mountains and planted the Union flag there in triumph 4pplauseJ The men who fought thu battles ofthe civil war on jtho one side and the otler were as brave and lionorablc inS in the countrv and to mymind no such phrases can properly bo applied to Union or Conftderate soldier8i i They are cduns And the time will soon come when the man who uses them as applied to the Union soldiers wilt be looked upon with tho same contempt and scorn as one who would ape reproachfully or disrespectfully the soldiers ef the Revolutionary war the warotI 1812or the Mexiam vrni The country cherishes its patriotic dead The tumult that cover their mortal remains are sacred spots to all good men and women for their living comrades there should be no sen timent other than the broadest charity and warmestaffection- For then may iprlng In not dttert All gentle fpirltt W4t upon Uirr woii And en trtt tbtoerthettp4tb bend tow T8lta brtKht DiMrrt iufnut and Jglng bh STATE op Dnio Cmr op Toux IaLUCAS CotmY Frank J Clioneymnkes oath thatho is tho senior partner of tho firm of F J Cheney it doing Inwincs in tho CityI of Toledo County tiiul State aforesaid and that tho said firm will ny tho sum ofONK HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of catarrh that cannot bem cured by the use of Hulls Catarrh nre FRANK J CUEIEY Sworn to boforo me ansi snlmcrlliod In my prnsonce this 6th day of December A D 1886 j A WOLEASON SNotary Public Hall Chtnrrh Cure u tnkon Internally ant nets directly on tho blood and mucous fnrfttcca of the sYstem Send for testimonials fran P J CHENEY t CO Tolctlo O SSokl by druggists 76c s WITH OUR FARMERS Notifies stock seed or grain wanted or for palo or cxcbanga Inserted in this col umn ram or cnAitOR Farmers are quested to send in stock or crop items for publication A farmer near Harrodsbug is pur suing a plan which others will do well to imitate He says that hd will plant not exceeding twelve acres of tobacco this season Heretofore he has raised from eighteen to twenty acres Ills idea Is that every plant a man putsI out mojro than he can properly attend to is suicidal not only to himself but to other planters from iho fact that it costa as much to handle inferior tobacco as it does tho very flinest Raise less and give it better attention you will have loss to handle and will get much better prices which will more than make up tho difference fs his motto Exchange t t t Tho Ohi ago Breeders Gazette in noting tho death of William Ruesaid Mr Rue lisa been for years ono of the most familiar figures at Kentucky ondI TiteexwrHalra exhibiting both trotters and saddler He was prominent at the Columbian winning first in tho Standardbred class with his stallion Gambouito 210 14 wluoh Miad many other prizes to his credit Mr RUeI was one of tho most active members of tho National Saddle Horse Breeder Association and was deeply interested in the promotion of the claims of theI gaited Ahorse Ho was a member of the firm of Faulconor Rue which has for several years held successful publlo tales of horses at Danville AI thorough horseman ho was apmired for his skill and greatly esteemed byJ his fellows for his upright character and uniform courtesy In his deathI Kentucky has lost one of its most suc cessful and most respected horsemen For every quarter in a mans pocket there are a dozen tltca and to use each ono In such a way as to derive the greatest benefit Is a question ovary OnO must solyofor himself wo believe how over that no bettor use could bo nsndej of orlqof thesoqimrtent than to exchange it fon a bottle of Chamberlains CollcI Cholcraand Diarrhoea Remedy n medi cine that every family should be proI vidddwitli Shenfeeraanti other epidemics are around safety liesin fortifying the system with Averts Sarsaparllla A person having thin and impure blood Is in tho not favprablo rendition to catch whatoycr disease may be iloatln ih ye iIr5 loTwIseiutluie1 f1 4ss rt OUR CORRESPONDENTS MAPLE HILL CorrespondentQuite this place attended the dedication ot tho Christian Church at Bloom field last Sunday Mr D Sutherland has completed a census of the Mt Zion school district and reports eighty scholars MrsJoJJpmorning ducted by Rev V1 Eklor and the remains were laid to rest in the Mt Zion cemetery Saturday Miss Katie Moore died Sunday night at the home pif her moiherv near mooresville 1 Deceased was an attractive young lady and had many We are pleased to hear that work on the industrial I issU9of the nicelyWeuperterElhottsiqnally and feel sure tint success will crown his effort WFG TEXAS From Our Regular Correspondent1 Mr Editor Yon na doubtthink that wo an all dead put herebuta- llow to say that we areftiot but we do btlievo that tho preponder ance of your correspondents are unthoughtlful your valuable paper ahighly as they should Let us hear from all tho correapon dents N M Durrett and wife of Spen cer county were the guests of triends and relatives tho first of the week PrtffTU LThompsOn isitod his Inrrcdsbuig3atuiduy Judge C C Boldnck Rev J R yell Or Dr JR Yeaper of Dan Clnybrookewere R ClayhrookeMrs l ChicagoLlh T F Baker and daughters Liz zie arid Miriam spent Saturday and Sunilay with his mother Misses Mary and Mattie George spent last Thursday with relatives in your town Misses Jinie and Miy Lerrnnd Misses Minerva Raybourne Ella Cax spent Sunday evening with the family of Bro Stallmgs Miss Mallie Stalljngs cbscd her school at Mackville last Fridayand ut present last homo Your Boy Wont Live 3fonth So Mr Oilman Brown of 34 Mill S South Gardner Muss waR told ho1 doctors Ills son bad lung troubo folrj spenttireswith doctors who finally give him up saying Your boy wont live a month IIk triedl Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles restored him to health and enabled him to go to work a perfectly well man Ho says he owes his proxvnfc good health to ilso of Dr Kings Now Discovery and knows it to be the best in tho world for lung trouble Trial bot Drugtats4 Here 1s the way trotwood looks upon tho bicycle and tho horse The bicycle will prove a blessing tfa the trotting horso industry There has never been any money in the rearing of poor horses and the wheelha done more than any thing else to stop tho raising of that class of horses Every ono of thosr poorer horses has never theless competed to a certain extent with the hotter animal Thia naa boon so because many people do not know the difiorencq between a good horse ando bad ono jA horse fs ahorseto them so long as he has as the schoolboy said In his composition four legs one on each corner But with the Wheel as a competitor the poorer an imalmustgo That ho has gono and Is going spy one at all familiar with the signs of tho times may seof o him Bolf In a fow years he will cease to compete with the horse that hits stood as the enrvival of the fittest f ij FBflSWNS IRON BITTERS Dire Indigestion JlIIollne Dyzpela rts NerroainM and General Debility JlalAISaUl recommend It All dcalcnc Mil IL but sde mark and crurecd nvl ea riiefonlcPcllct Rahions Liver PJ1I removes Uie bite systemobnedfmIefd9patuicnt t FREE I V We bave made arrangements 4for a limited number ot yearly subscriptions to the rLADIES IDEAL k An illustrated monthly mngar g SzinepobljshedutChicagcand1containing K and everything interesting for 8 tbe home lFor each new subscriber to who pays One Dollar Cash lD advapee g We will send tthis magazine to g 3 ttY address ABSOLUTELY g Ihnt 4 number is limited and K first come first served 3 5 Address ill communications I to E L DAYI8DN JR 3 4tfl3LLSUBlt S THE MAN OF MODERATE MEANS flow at Last He Became a True Expert la Patcbet on Shoe II thought I was a connoisseur in patches said tha man of moderato means for I hadifopr patches on each shoe Fused to laugh as I looked at them and fancy thatI might almost call myself an expert But alas as I soon discovered I was scarcely more than an amateur In the course of time a new crack developed hi obI of my shoes in the upper crosswise of tho shoe and about midWay between tho tale and the top or highest point ofthe shoe At tho same time a patch along the welt on tho same side started loose and I took the shoe to the shoemaker Ho had put other patches on my shoos in the most perfect uiauucr iud ho had alwaya treated me when I came for a new patch with the annie politeness as though I had come each time for a pair of new shoes He looked tho ehoeorer and said be would make one patch to cover both places the place along tho welt and the now prank In the top This was obviously the thing to do It would make one patch instead of two mid so wojTld look Bettor and with its greater area and wider distributlonof the wearing strain it woujlu last longer then two smaUer patches Ho ho put it on that way run fling along tho welt and then making a tarn and running up to cover the crack in the top As I mired at tho new L ejjqpcd patch I realized how limited lay pro viots knowledge of atches Had been I bad hurl many patches bat they had boon but commonplace just plain ordi nary patches but as I fodkod at the now wysboesIutqreifprospective need of Bother patches nll pbabelical and geometrical I tknew that I was JaW in a fair way to become an expert indeed New York Sun The Coming Ifelhlonablo Bonnet That plaited straw u wiSh lIn tint will form the fashionable bonnet there can be no doubt But the shape selected will dcpcndthis eeasou more thanjover before on that fancied by the wearer ompirandLa fiuggcqtioa of thor largo bonnets fax clod during the early part ofthis century and the small bonnets inch ad vere ih vogue among tho beauties of the second empire it would seem as if every face should bo suited Tho fact that the stock and the jabot are growing rand nearer to tho cow means eo say the bbonticsloouuco that tHo enormous stray hatst will bo tied by inch wida ribbons under the chin while the small bonnets will be put on securely with throe inch wide ties Ladies Homo Journal Mr GeOrge Cants Gem Tost According to the statement made by Mr George JKunfai who is au authority on precious sties need not take their diamonds to jewelers to find out their worth but expose thorn toacu or electric light fojfive minutes theuslint them up in thobaud imd go intO nrko ploset On opening the hl1Ddltth4 tones lot forth i phosphorous light they are genuine if not little more than gla New York Journal A Lest Word to ttio Lisa Distinguished Na uralistha Africa My boy IgueBsIm your breakfast But just wait till you commence to feel the pangs of tho dyspepsia Ive had for the last 2Q years cud youll wish yon had let mo atone Harlem Life e yclpfWl 1 5irffaj k f k 7 T r ih5 nI- jii DoXouTttlfif t1 iiENEWSJLmD u liplild In AdvaucaLO0 a Year COUNTY oacdzmtt T41ouondfty 92JflsrtowflJci71O5O their- palmlest8ay3 Springfl9ldwill dI friendsp HOME 4Our zr s 5S j ISKETClt SByCQUAU 7 Mao Who Wa Mistook There had been a religious revival1ntt Ireveral of tho mountain towns and as Itoiled upward toward the summit c the Cumberland Icame across many Ividences of tie influence The flU lruodnlreachedWhitoEj found him J rested on a rock fa front of acabin with L f Bible 4n his hands UIe hlsoH women Eat on a log nearttiha hueXhe plan gave ni a icntai HowdyJ1- and a pressing Invitation to stay aiS night and ttr8dOnbesnn talking about the great awakening and his change of heart He had been baoT bad man he eaJd as tears rolled dowr his cheeks but had come at last tease = the error of his ways and now felt him V Jself one of the elect I noticed that Mri White looked doubtfuir and had notbingf Jto say and that evening after rapper t as the old man was feeding the mnlea V and the two cf us wore Mttmg on t1 Doorstep she suddenly turned on sno twith t Look yere stranger dip reckcaT X JToms got relijun fWhy he ieemi to b eI 1 as I know Jbut is lttheteni thing Herf bin talkin and singin moif jirayinand lookin at the Bible andaf iez hes no lOflCTh5 critter he wasibutl noIun jest belfpelt1k If had bin nYartediW9111dhB trw rr k Hardly n s4 o t Would he fight Kotif hcsJcould avoid itIf Would he go to vcrkr V J I cant saras to that1 tShe edDO more questions fmt kx k ed determned and afewmlimtcs laterr whenlklr White came put to Jotus singing away at a gospel hynin eb t quietly said Toing Joe Bephurn Jestpisaed llongf yam DId en drat Us of rtJeststopped a minittbar if yo had got xeuignn ThODtr1 skunk f Of cose tzcgct reiiginr 8twhat12aidincrrb itto know whether it was cr1dilreJ3st cnvlazy religan Said If tiynB iSSQio ligun hedbrfng a crowd 1f ye d hoe the con haul tip some firewood and h tirikorup tile libleain the cabiurpof If it was wcrkiif relfgnn hoTcckoned yod better Drab hlspfchrtbut hsmdt1at did list1 shouted the ctml 1he1 danced aroun Cum rigfatalcmgyets afld spit op my ground and stepped high and maiefabeffat my religunl Whtfopp Whoop What is it TomTsfio asked Wbeooplnheyelled as he jumpecc up qii3 cracked his heels together rthought Iwosacbngedmcii Ithougbt myheart1ad turned tender and my eou was overflowin with goodness bot bangt Jwnsnt p did nndsUd tickr and tpmorrer ViP hunt out Toe Hepburn and whop hlmfI till seven kinds of reIJnidant help hImtownikfursxnonthr 4 The fihootlnc Was Dofor edl The blacksmith of the mountain ham let was also the gunsmith andI wasInlS i hIs ehop to have ay pistof tinkered tsp when a Datlvecawe hurrying iu ond 1 eLcuKxl Samuyo thaVgnirfixedr yit No aiuit got it fled Shoo thats yI Jdh BarryiNoiTom lifters would cum to town dayj Didnt reckun hbd show up for a veck yit Ho we tawn1f seeming mncltdisapr v pointed and by and by Qnedof tho ouauitb Did he wants that gpn io shooto bear i Shcofc a bnrh Ot cose noK Has Mr Hivers anything tojdq wlttft b wanting that gun in inch nhnrry V0fcose If Tom Rivers hadtl cnmJ to town today Ji tai wcnild not hevw ntA cd theguninraweek lirJricnd I rah afler a bitui dont want to be impertinent but Id1 tlike tow you if the man whor Jus went out aridMr Hlveig were int ndj lug to shoot at a mark for a prize YeBrTO1 might put it that WI1u he slowly repU d Yefi they might her shot at 0 mark thOugh I donna about the prize11 0 And now there wont be any shootjIftg He filed away fit the lock of tbe p to1 t loco Jong minute before replying Thar may bo end that maynt If Jim kin borrow a gun of anybodyyo titheng p5mtersgO home Will yb jest step lathe dcaJf ana who that is yelUadown the j streetf4ISs a tmreItendtd man oi whht iaulel5epcrted That Tom Hivera and Jim can f borrow a en cad thir wont ntf shootin ITa kinder disappintia butVff rat expect to boy everything quI ovn way In tbl3 world11 it Was Hard Time 4 fIlS riding in a mule cart driven by rfi ru old map at rhosd cabin I had spent fhe previous nigbfwhipa wo met a jrouflg imanhounted on a bor cad the old f uu saluted f Howdy Jimr flows things doB- dtbo Gotuers tio V1n EfBcle TAken lic 1 tht rduug man Not much ajdbip down Burway r VShot any revenue lelldrs fafqlyt t 0 Oirfy ono I believe Haint bin noj 4 good seam fur thootja rrevenue feUerS So Ive lienrit tell 1kv tb6 WhiUrf killed any 001 tho TcJapkiugtfii yiW They BhQtBat1 T011ViJ last week rti believe but ho dun got ii Didho l Swnebcdy TIhlJ loe Bendricka had a 1 Ydhre sys S tif 0=U rec cJ t aA1 j- 1 i It 5- 5LJL1 0 t 4JfI t i i T2W T TTT 7 7lLJ 7 i 1ty fKE NEWSLEAD R jW = u r tTt illSLEAM 3DA MAY 7 18Q6 y PAVISONJRt t 3Mjtff the aost prominently J aerie State asa Delegate r a3tt tv the National Demo rareotionris Mr J W ItIi of Staiford Ky Mr c loojn while note a politician in ihVsjsnsa of being an office seek ur da man whose in8uencahas- i alWysl been felt in the political Jcyofbts section of the State Ifr A man of wide personal acquain ance a lawyer of pronounce iC ibilltj a DemocratJ bOf the ofdi xTeffersoniari stripe a man of V sterling integrity and ripe schol arshipi he stands rot only in tbo very fore front of bis profession 6 buts a man who has kept abreast V with the times and as a tuden fot current political events and conditions ia thoroughly alive to political lbeIi Democrats of ther State would njortllBlr party a good service iin t aleotiugBUcbmenashe tosha e ibevpdllcy of the party in the next National Convention an should he quid to the solicits Lion of his friends throughout the State it would be business sacrifice upon his pat but the bftjriDgof such services to his party as it needs it in this criti fF cal hour If both the great National parties would send such men to their coming National Conventions it mould be well t Cupable experiencedj conserva F ttvmagwho would hays an eye 11ratHer t the PuJlcwelfare than th t dyancement of any par teats the demand of th- t1 e r r BEECHLAND tOprrtspondinlti by the company hkecpsTho mint in its embryonic state molded by the minds with which it associates- anould thoseminds be of an info m ou3 character and your child be theam you may expect it tobe a like char i maybeday with improper environments it is Bufficicnt to obliterate all you f map do The child must have asao 1 elates and he will have them How important it istb LOU choose Iii tiropersslloaiateslo your children hen we remember that it is iim possible to erase irapreseions made tfn hci childs mind as if it was cat in adamant Why I doubt if any thing except Divine Grace evzreraso n them and how sad a fact 7 agentiiio h8eearI1 impressions t bargpisifedi 3gnda Iynn Yarki9andrrhomn8 Fitz trnlil wtfre nt St Rose Sunday Ilse Cor VanArsdalo attends tIiUaoj glten in your town la try ktits Mfnnljft Drye1o ompamed Bradafordstillca i r AveritttWHarrodabura g Mrs Charlotte Yordler is once more in ourinidst after an absence Kyeyoral months returnedpJlrp pelU Tailor and littler dabgbtcr of spur tiwni8ItedreI tear here l 8tweck wherever Ihe1 Jlttle children the l toteltt11nto to and biliousness Dr Molls Tiny tonic Tablets Is what they must have They ftuieapdyouwrver fcollt egefIL1solo at 1bdon fi Robertson Druggists aAII 200AV1SI JI JS a ana laW fee A 50 Cent hUlo of NeaisLaxati e oodotderItsumCoosUtioaZSfkrallaresudt an nd ttNable real 1y Ask 79urdnaZr ferlt PalttafettuUoafuadstted- tlrt t ce ttNtkt8le tt aY 1r I ELGINi- t BOSi441 nAT 8TALtrtOIt tiired byAlrtsnos ANTEROS the Blre of Antidote 210K May Rosa 216Hi Major Ross 217K Q Morrison 104 alto sire often trotters and six pacerft First dam Nelly by Blue Bull 76 Nelly tho dam of Elgin Boys Lady Elgin Elgin Girl Ixgal Egin and othera Mritbl fast trials Second Date Kit by llceda Whip TWrd Pam Fan rOld Cedar Fourth Dam Old Null by Tnckahoo This colt combines the blood of two of the worlds greatest sues and three daDS in the grea brood mare list Green Mountain Majd being dam of 9 and grand data of 135 Columbine dam of 8 and grand dam of 21 Nellie his own dam haying 3 colts and 10 grand leiIlowba9pedigree 10 10 fflSUHB I LIVING COLT 1tMackville Ky 1FANCY BOY JrSecondThird dam by Four Mile Den nurkIIlde tens sired by Blood Chief Blood Chief was sired by Happy Cross PANCOAST First dan by Wilkes W 1YicklifletPancoaat record 221 Pancoast by Woodtord Mambrino 221i byHaroldPancoast sired Patron Patron sired Alix Mix fastest trotter in the vrorln FANCY BOY snit PANCOAST ate7 EACH TO INSURE A LIVMG COLT JJW KELLY iii Dr Bulls Atl Tain cprcs dianboc- apd Buntmer complaint crainpa colic and pains by healing the Ihflatntnntion It stops fermentation and reiioveH Li medlatelyalldnngeroffovaretsavoldebyitauw by all dealers Fur Bale by llaydon Robertson Wlwn Babj tru cickrcaTn her Castorfa Vben rite was ChlM rtto cried for OutorU eWhen she became she done to CaitorU Vben iho bid CbOdreo ibe g re tiem Costoria Good Old Granny Met tr3years old living at Gift Monroe street PAducniKyf gays that Dr Bolls Pine Tar lioness the bet Jrlp euro cough lung and Bronchial remedy that has been pflbmd ilurlnir her life uar intccd by all doaj jers korealo 1 y Hayden d KoVortson lIaTINQUAIIWORMS II etWHITES CREAM VERMIFUCEd YEARSHasRemedleEVElY c BOLB BT ALL BB17OGUT8 tttcuneox soni1idet torn r s A Herr tlepry in the treatment of couRhH lung and bronchial affections has been advanced by the thanufacturent of Dr Bolls 1ln Tar Honey Ills truly wonderful remedy All dealers spll it on poUlvo Kuarantoe For sale by llaydon tk RObert Druggists CropttaWhat a Funny Name Very True but It Kilts All Pain Sold Everywhere Evbgi0ey Without Relief Thero la No Pay thehestointment Bud1clndll8 etc and its guaranteed to cure by alt dcalcrr hHllyi rPLYMOOTH ROCKS EXCLU8IVELYIhave andpulietariceAhlonaHM ON Serino Old Xr to AJ4 ra HEAD OF THE FISH COMMISSION John J Brio Is x Retired Naval Cora taanderj John J Brice vrhoni the president recently appointed to be commissioner of fleband fisheries Is a retired naval t commander whose home is at present in Craig Head Cal Ho a cousin of Senator Brice of Ohio whioh ia the na tree state of the new commissioner Mr Brice entered tho volunteer navy in I86l and was given command of the United States steamer Freeborn of tho Potomac flotilla He afterward commanded the captured steamer Eproka the Primrose and at the end of the war the steamer Don He was tWIce promot ed for gallant conduct and in 18G8 was transferred to the regular navy Be CmniAltnEn JOIN J DIUCE commanded various ships and steamers and the last time that Iii name was be fore the pnblio was on too occasion of the wreck of the crniser Adams which wentagbore in Bering sea He was in command at the time but was sick in his berth so it was his first officer and not he who was court martialod He boa Buffered much in recent years from rheumatism sail it wdSTfor this reason that he was recently retired from the navY ou the ground of physical dis abilityv The office to which Commander Brice lies been appointed has usually been held by a scientist but it is said that he knows a lot about pisciculture and is folly competent to fill the place Ho has taken considerable interest in the sub jack and was once in charge of an experimental station in California at Fort Gaston and modern report to the fish propositiontoing bo Pacific slopo with suitable food fishes This has been hip only official connection with the department which be is to manage Aa fish commissioner be will draw a salary of 5000 a year The question will probably arise aa to whether his pay of 2600 a year which be draws as a retired naval officer will be continued In the case of General Sickles it was decided that a retired army officer could serve as foreign minister and as representative in congresewitboat surrender fag his commission dir Brice is about 60 years of ago and is described as a Bislsupportersfornia and many prominent men on tho Pacific coast who are interested in the subject of fish culture aAPROSPECTIVE PLUM TarmI Array Officers Hop to Succeed Oe qrI Batchelder When Ba Retire BrigadierGeneral mastargeneraloftbaIInitedtitateearm will leave vacant n most coveted berth He retires in July and already there iis a big scramble for tbo place by the various subordinate officers who are eligible for promotion The nativity of the candi dates is not to bo wondered at for the quartermaster general of the army baa brigadierI the dignity and prominence that como to him as the head of a busy cofpa Charged with the clothing equipment militaryThere who will be General Batcheldera en because the old rule of seniority teas OENEIULTT IUTC1IELDER ken in his case and it is expected that it may bo again He was appointed by President Harrison over the heady of severall men who were his seniors in of floe Ho is known as a strict discipli narian and is very exacting in bis do wands on his assistants General Batcbolder was born in More clitjil N H and at the outbreak of the civil War ho was a prosperous business man in Manchester Be was one of tb stepfrqmFirst New Hampshire regiment until was chief quartermaster of the Army hoI tbo Potomac Many a time during Grants campaign he found himself de pendent upon the resourceful Batcbtldcr t Sometimes ho asked to bustle along an ammunition train and again be would be called upon to transfer a big body of troops in a hurry over a disorganized railroad line It was because Batcheldcr always came as near doing what was ex 118J1J1nmanbelugrcoulllmat OranaidTempura STntanfar tor call het Sat feet And she oho called mp Julo agoafgroshe I nom scd er likelier gal Theres lots of feller wbolL 9u foroLieuse trr keep her company An slier oa a rule I talc her hum from neetin ton She went ter boanUn school I drought wed marry but helghol Im Jest er country fool TVr Sarah elnco she vent ter thQtJDadgastedboardin school oDnTrlt5V i t j MEATS how to Cut Up Carouses of Boer Tal Pork ajadilotton The United States agricultural depart ment hUll published n valuable bulletin on tbcsubject of the composition and cooking of meats Tbo different proper Itnieatuu OF DEEr HO II OF VEAL Ino HI OF OF rout no IV OF OF tions of nutritive and waste matter are given fay each kind of fish flesh and fowl in common nso JThe bulletin contains diagrams of the proper way tount up the carcasses of beef veal pork and mutton We rcpt duce the diagrams Present Live Stock Supply Tho agricultural department refs rnI for January show tho total number 01 horses to be 16124057 mules 2278 946 milk cows 10137586 oxen and other cattle 82089409 sheep 88298 788 and swine 42842759 The aver age farm princes per head are estimated For horses 3307 i mules 4529 milk cows 2255 oxen and other cattle 1586 ship 170 swine 485 The aggregate values are Fosihorses 600140188 mules loJ204 457milk cows 363955545 oxen and other cattle 508928416 sheep 05107735 swine 186529745 grand total 1727920084 In number horses have decreased 48- r per cent mules 23 Per cent milk cow 28 per cent oxen and other cattle flfi yrper cent sheep 94 per cent and swine 8 per cent slues January 1895 The cotton status and a few of the Rooky mountain states show an increase in horsed and mules Otherwise the crease is general Milk caws aro more numerous in the northeastern or supply sjates also in Minnesota Dakotas and westward but fewgr el 11where Decrease in other cam nnd sheep ia generally distributed excepHn tho mountain regiori i Swino bavel in creased generally throughout the cast south and west with a falling oil tu the great centraljitatea 0LIn reported price per head horses 0mules and swine aro lowtsr than in Janu cry 1895 while milk cows other cattle and sheep are UJRhcr In aggregate val ue horses have Decreased 138 per cent moles 7 per cent sheep 28 pet cent and wine 15 per cent daring 1895 while milk cows have increased 04 percent and other cattle 6 4 percent Tho grand total of all live stock baa fallen off 91 520232 or 6 percent from January 1895 Percentage of decline since January 1894 204 per cent biuco Jan nary 1893 304 per cent I The estimated wool product oM805 sheared butchered and pulled 809 748000 pounds BUCKEYEPILE OINTMENT CURES H0THING BUT PILES JA 1URB arid CERTAIN CURE known for IO years as the r BEST REMEDY tor PILES 9COLD BY dL VOOISTSo sni DICIIhIa0f Iveiy person big title oM OUIlIt black or vlilto rid or or who has ever used Dr Bells Tine Tar Honey p nounce it tho bent cough and lung rem edy on earth ItrtruP too so nil deal l 1em guarantpo it For sale by llaydon A RnbvrtMit Druggists hen iktrf wR we ga1e bProodll Wlicn was WIll the crhxl far ix When bicamn Mlw elanff to CaatorU Vbut hr uddilreosbc pUaGm Catforla JJucklcns Arnica Salve The best salve in tho world for cut bruises sores alccrsalt thrum ferrr sores totter oh hpped bands chilblains corns and all sjcin eruptions and posi tively cures pilot or no pay reqnlrcK It la guarantrrd to give satisfaction or inonor refunded Pilcc 2Cc per box at JJadoh S JwbettunsUtw tOHk i J FORf 100If you pay now you can ge you County Paper the NEWSt LEHDER FOR ONE YEAR New Management VNe Features New Dress Neisy Spicy Original theIllr1epellollt l And an Indespensible vis itor iri every household Help us with your dollar and we vgill give you a paper of which Washington County will be proud Jo FORr lorSi c will send you the NEWS LEADER lnnd the Weekly yourier Journal for one year NEWgJLtADril Dod weekly Commercial for Sli25 NEWSLEADEn end Cincinnati Euquirer for 81 NEWSLEADER and Cincinnati TwiceaAVcek Commercial Gaz ette for 5165 Call for rates on other papers and magazines Come in and see us or tPsend in your money toy Ei jDAVISOI JR t Editor Ii ES1 ALlR t f I fk t SlSEa M1ELROY H 1t iH FOR t d J HARDWARE i TINWARE StOVES ETb f7t SEE OUR NEW LINE UFme Bigells Chilled IbvBe Brown Culti X mtdrs and Brown Doiitte ShovelsJ Buckeye and Meyerr Force JPuinps- BICYCLES a IiKND PISTOLS M Country Produce taken in Exchange for Gopd i laIiiTin Booflper avd Guttering SpE urt t See our STEEL RANGES adJi i ir4urp rlc Ab i J BfRTOS J aTD r Er a M DurtonCd t o BEN HAYDON Sr Manager y llndortakofs and Fulillr11 flitUrs CoffinstiCaskets Burial Rubes Of all Kinds FULLY EQUIPPED Cults nsY er c 7 promptly night or day The services pfan EXPERIENCED 9 EMBALMER a graduate from a scholof t embalming have been engaged K 00 J BURTON CO Hagan Block Springfieldl Ky FIuhIHhlOlllIuuIHi iIiffs r IT TICKLES YOU ffi7VHaNSTAMT pELEF Ina f LiGHTNING IIOTDROIS a CURES n CnmpDlsrlwrari w t2stesVWalaetcrHEALSeCAnisuabSctpeKBesc SPEAKS UP Co1dI La GdtJewCMiap So nnaM = jl IISoldPatroniz6 Home IndustryI t J BFUNGP YOUR tt ttq I yizBILL i LETTER HEADS r y J Itr NTH Hti1ADS a ft S tLENVELOPESINVITATIONSd K q t Everytlnngqq the Printing line to us itk We will do the work a it 5Lmckl3r neatly and t IH TEH tiATEST t i STYL- E1TliE1EWSi1LER t i j a a4 r I I l f p r x r THE NEWS LEADER 1 l ww s y rV ty11 t THE NEWSLEADER 1 i taL9tI b1 BAYTSUR9D Y MoL1Q u SPRINGFIELD KY sto PUTUIPI 0 1 I ouhlhIUln is h 150 I 50M t x 60- rJ httet Flllhg i 50J at tti y Use ODQTQCIICsItfor the L f I Painless Extraction of HI M the Teeth ft IIR B tiiERHAN i 1at I K 51Vgl find f ft BAR03TOSVN KY W T Z r trade r TEETH cow IA rRJCTED- t MITHPUT t PAIN made r Brthe hSGOr Vitalizes AirOaa owneVbiob leaves no bad eatfit ArtIficial teetb of different grades vandprioeBi Loose fit lnK tooth mnyT0 tight pnedat small expense t DoiDokAVonK and CROWXISO a Spcc1altrI of 4rr FIRST GLASS WORK J tPRICES REASONABLE 1 r loo Fur the presont I Will bo la Spring Sold tho 41 r a t Wednesday Thuraday nnd Friday of each damonth sad longer if work lejusj l rllenty mAQFA FOer Malfffafflee No628K Fourth Ave Louisville Ky gone R WILDER Dentist TFT Jsome need t JR JFsR S1tOFFICE HOURS x to 4 p m 1Ji c Tuesdaysand Saturdays f SPRINGFIELD KENTU1IYa a SIUBR COOP 1 Rttu omtlO Uaytlon R5bertsoa a drug that land say Irr KYsI any L for i DR J M1 BURTON ENTITlton new ton TEETH EXTRACTED ot t WITHOUT PAIN I t3 Igr 1 fjrprr RUngm mock over Mansfield 4t i1UK store KY iiSPRINGFIELD of 0 UNN SlDE fS Ii c JOHN F ORBENB PROP 1 fJ Kzdntirb Sale of the i t rr s v PURE BRANDIES WINES CIGARS TOBACCO 1t g SAL00 iamonsIelloistonGWIiisiey FOR 1I rHJaY1T f leefly Commercial L V Free to lelaersrUIt li Piper Anyone Bonding us in a snbscription i accompaniedPAi dr i r tn the NBW L1t1SgJil11 bo Bpnt f of charge toe one year a copy of thp- LonlsvilleWeekly Cwmmercial a larfefl- I r4Hjolnmn paper filled with aioreno ra than nap uthermetropoUlsareeklya itPSf teIf Verret Yatxect l nnrf5 d y l jJgOiT T0WN Soda water at JA shade s Baseballs and bats at j A Shaderfl Cedar posts forsale at Marks McEltoya umber yards Pay your subscription and get a fine home magazine free prettyparlor A new line of carpeta and matttn Thompson k Olementa rOrangesJAShader8j cheap Best variety of garden seeds in town Joe A Shadera Clothing for the summer you will atprices to suit you at Mansfields Boggics and harness for hire sale or in BIMf es A beautui line of spring hats andw bopnets for the ladies at Mansfields Wanted to trade fora good milch S MKAEBICK Fresh Salmon eweTuesday and Friday Price down to Scents at J A Shaders the Ladies shirtwaists and skirts ready at Mansfields Call and take look ger of Wanted 50000 pounds wool highest market price paid McChord RoD ertson LOST Certificate No 17 serIes A Home Savings Building Loan Asso- cIation J N BtvxnEas- WANreD60000 t poundB of wool Highest cash price paid for same OtnfNINQuAH de DUNCAN Prat lines and hooks and all kinds fishing tackle for sale at Jos A ShadeJCanned Tomatoes 3 for 25c doCorna cut atrJos AShoderB or Sweet potatoes brazftiana bchnu southern queen and jersey yellow t recieved and sold cheap by Jos Shader v Having sold out my grocery and No out of the buaineeeIl desire to notify all who owe any accounts that tax must be paid immediately as I the money No Ri P EDEL- EEarlyti3na P 1 J3as loc l11ITomatoes Scans 25c Pumpkins 2 cans 15callApricots 3 Ib can 15e Pie Peaehefe Wagners lOc trTableand Pineapptes 20a Kidn dlr4 Jno P Hagan has for ute atNCooper cellar the celebrated Mid dlesboro Ice made from pure water flows from a spring on Cumber mountain Mr Hagan desires to to pile patrons that this ice is guaranteed to be absolutely free from taste of amonia and should any piece so taste 4t will not be charged THEFATHFJKOF SPRINGFIELD athe year of 1793 when Washing cotmt the firstborn of the then State of Kentucky was being created and when the town of Springfield was but settlement Genc JathewWalt J daddto Washing county as a slit land enough on which to build a Court House and public buildings This is thec ound on wick our Court House 6f Clerks offices jail and other tyufldinga now stand a Lying in our cemetery pome dis nce from the grave it vpurports to mask covered with moss the growth many years and crumbling from exposure to sun and storm ik an old stone bearing the following Inscrip lion 10NII 769 Long will hicount1Yand hf rlebds mourn the loss of ono of theI best and worthiest of men In early Ife as a revolutionary patriot he as sisted in emancipating his oonnt from the hands of British and faithfully discharged his duty fIn the various high and important of floes to which he wee afterwards appointed Indefatigable Industry marked his course His enterprise and phllanthrophical spirit greatly aided in changing the desert Into a highly cultivated land where the forest stood ho reared a flouriahin village At this point the stone Is broken and defaced to such an extent as to render It impossible to further de clpberbut he needs no words of maIlt nor up inscriptions carved on tablets of stone toperpotaatelifehame O er his earthly bed nature woven a beautiful cover of myrtle ivy while the Blue Birds ping and Robin chirp above hk bamble rav the oMtpipneer sleeps on But hi memoryroflagrantln the minds ofmen who remember him as ne advanced with energy slid promoted with ability over useful heneyplent and religious lLUUtntiont 11WO n i j y f PERSOlSTtL I Tjoe Mansfield is on the sick list Mrs T S Mayo is reported much better IMi8J Lyda Grundy was in town Friday and Saturday last R J Brqwno leaves Friday for Louisville to be gone several days fourgmonths trip West has returned home Miss Lilly Thnrman after weeks visit to relatives here has returned home Mr Jos Shader and son JohnG have gone to Louisville to attend the derby Mrs Kate Williams baS gone to Louisville to get the latest creations millinery Miss Myrtle1 Mansfield will leave next Friday for Asheville N 0 she will visit friends era W Di Ragsdale and son Dudley of Chicago are visiting J R Olaybrooke neai East Texas Misses Anna Bell Wakefield and Bessie Hughes of Bloomfield were guests of Mrs Dr Ray last week Judge Boldrlck Rev R J Yea Dr J R Yeager and W D Olaybrooke Danville were the guests J n Claybrooke Saturday and SundaySheriffs Sale FUR J TTVXESOn Monday May 26lh 1896 Tho same being County Court flay will oflfor for sale at the Tourt House or in Sprfngfiold Ky to the highest the following described property so much thereof as will pay the taxes tlInwoowhoso nomo Bald property listed forS1 taxes for the years and amounts set op posits their names Culo Gapp 10 acres of land In district 4 tnx due for 1893 92W eta and cost Win vfGIlhs 41 ncres In district So 4 duo for 1805 393 eta and cost Mary Hnhn 40 arms ot land district 4 tax due for J340 cts and cost rhos p Montgomery 40 acres of Ian3 nyo 4 Ux aiioor 189 9105 1391 rte cost iRobert tioodlett acres of land in district No 4 tax duo for 18U43Mcts cost John Lambert 5 arrow of land In dis t o5tnxduo for 189495 lOR ctrl cost John B Lambert 7j a rm of Innd In strict No 5 tax duo for 1895 382 eta d cost B D Prathcr 41 hems of land in district o 4 tea duo for 1805 5 JQ eta and cost Wm Simpson 7 acres of land In dill CcoatJohn T Crayprof S W C in By Ed Masters D S iin MOORESVLLE From Our Repil Ccrrcsponrtent DIEDAt his home at this place April 29th Henry B Moore in the 691h yenr of his age Deceased hat been a life time resident of the and one of its most mfluen salcitizonrmuch of his time and means being pent in its public en terprises A veteran of the Mexii In war his patrie igmg being one f the strongest r61s char actor a generous freehearted man whose own interests were always secondary who had the welfare of flthea the community sustained an irrep arable loss the county loses one of her lJlltpubhclIpirltedcitizens by bg dacdavhe built a monument to J thetdeople Punpral services were byeElder Couch of the Christian Church oi which the deceased had beeriva life time mgmbertt ryDIBDAt her home near here on May 4thM Miss Katy Moore danghter of Paul Moore deceased Interment at this place Copt G W Hill and wife of Altcn attended the funeral o her brother H B Moore gFHow to Treat Wife i WIIDPaclAcUea1lhJourta First gqttwtro necond bo patfentYoh wny hSvo Rrcmt trials and perplexities fn your buatncss but do mitt therefore carry itqyour horaeo clbadyor qontract irisnwhichithonjb of leas inagnitudemay wordea tender Jookwlltd vrondors in chasing sloonTolsthlst1t f CbatnborlainH tough Remedy ia tho hawse It Is Iho boat and is sure to fas needed sooner or afar your wife will then know that you realljcaro for her soli w Iyb to protect 6gt hcalfh I 1fI J THE sLouisville Store Originators of Low Prifces A BIG CHANGE Tti be made m next Thirty Days A chance for every Bargain Seeker We have taken the knife and clipped the Sprig of profit from our entire stock of Wash This is the way they Go Fine French Organdies 35c quality 25c Fine Parisian Organdies 20c quality l2c 42JcPrintedGrass Linen fancy 12ic quality 9ff 8JleFancyl 8tccltcPersianBig lot French Percales 1 yard wide 12tc quality 6ic Slippers like shown in cut Black and Tan 2 to 8 50c to 250 A complete line of Cus tommade Shoes andSlip pars for ladiest t Lot of Ladles Shoes like this cut lace and button extreme Square and Com mon Sense toes regular 175 and 2 goods Over zoo pairs go for r i 148 l FINE TAILORWe MADE CLOTHING for M Born Co andLamm Co icago Merchant Taylors who guarantee their work every respect in workmanship fit and prices Come and see their samples before buyingr BEADY MADE CLOTHING is S Weiarry the largest stock shown in town We are overstqgkxT rightinow aOfwe willS l you a suit for almost your own Pry l r SHOES OXFORD SLIPPERS Our stock of Mens Womons and Chi arena Shoes iis complete Mens Button Shoas Black and Tail Mens L ce Shoes Black and Tan dens Low Shoes Blck and Tan j I Womens Button Shoes Womens tiacii Shoes Womens Ox and Womens Sli peers Childrens Button Shoes Oxford Slippers We bought our shoes at Low prices aid we offer special inducements in prices DRESS pODS and VBBESS TRIMMINGS We are still keeping up our stock qf Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings and we cin suit you from the cheapest Serges Mix ures etc to the very flta Parisian weaves Ccme in and ex amine our stock and get prices WALL PAPER WallfPaper ARPETS AND MATTINGS The special prices we have beon making on Carpets has increased our sales one hundred per cent If you need anything in tliisdeputmenttakeadva Age of our low prices at once EVEBYX DEPARTMENT We wllLma e the lowest prices in each and every department for the nexVTntrty Daya that was ever made on equal values W e have the goods and toast dispose oJ them Wo want money and1a fare compelled to hVe4t therefore p ofil wil not be oonsidered when a customer offers us Cash for goods CuN lN A f QUN2 I 1 t = c Jrwvy 2 hY rj t Summer Novelties f t rr L y Correct iStyles EightzJ Everything Fresh Jaha Q11r Wo Bro daily receiving new goods ue1lL deia 8f it aiBWhite Lel1t Befi SilveriWhite EM Gtnvob with black stitches and Pearl buttanp Now things in Roster 3 an d Ian8kercbii f nfLdiesMuslinand see them fur groat lpecidtristheW1tC RsEi oarnftheseaYArietyorrtfyWofextra 1 We have just received fresh lot of Summer NoTcltieS J07rWasp Goods tor drosses and waists v Ladles Gauze V est8Jiomx5c tioltjcs t t tv k Fans from o cents toltlfc fc i iCd1 and see the Speciall hoer Pricts weaire aiaVne oe Woe i Trees Goods v 4 r l t MJHORD Rf ERTSONri1 JOHN W GRUME BRQ LEHDING UM6RywaH LGEHNON K1J1 r f 0 STABLE = Spsldinpf Avenue end Mulberry Slree F f Back of Norris House r w ifj fiiGOOD VEmCL StFIRS1CL4SSBORSE s rSSpecial Rates to Commercial Men Safe and liablxlnYer Washington Country Trade SoUcited = i IfSPRINGFIELDz t SAWAND PLANING MILLf1i1i I MARKs AT MerELROY Props l crr fMA t1FAprW AND DAUS t All kinds of Rough And Dreased Lujnbex tbek Mouldrlltr Cats i 1 ings Fraofes Sash Doors Blinds fiob ceoEoE yf Cypress Shingles Acme Cement li1tlet = I 7 BtI Stbifr ch t to Ardor on Short KoiiTOrffixHesf Ci 1a Larlti paid for all kinds of Lpg Cplland aeensa d atpricfi itOffp anff Yard Mesr Avenue ffetweea Iiii til Mrtii t Jw t1 I JPi HE 1 D fk a 1 BUTCHER 4 W t 1 rlav iamnvtm y Hop to just below tile CnmmerctePl o eh tzfl4 l aeotre furnish to mfonn fijy patrons that JalJ Better reparfd than trNl Ii lioice Meats at LowerPrices talso pay tho highest Cash Price for Poultry Hictciv Furs Etc ji c 1E N L RAILIZt It takes passengers from the followingatttioa to HEAiLI li Conatlpatiosy Dizziness Headache VertigoPain la the Bachor Side Sinii1i jrtr d KIdaey NEAPS Akfori it Tkfcejre IFAT LAXATIYE CtJ Laski Kl i REMOVAL tWANTEDEverybody to known that have JVof Buggies Surreys tidies Phaccons Ilurnessi cCrrolll my oltlyNEW STAND DIIIYNToWNc eSl NOTICE Creditors arojiereby notified that I will receive and hear claims ngainot the estate of Myers assigned at my office Springfield Kyhom 20 1896 r J T 0 NOB k8si cqoframesi1verl Tour Boy Livo ITontfi So Mr Oilman Hwm of M Mm SU South Ght nor iwas told by tho dbctoni 1113 eon had lung trouble fo l lowing typhoid malaria sad ho dyes three hundred anu soYontyrflve ddltars with doctors who finally gaffs him up saying Tpur boy Avont live a junnlh r He tried DriKltigs Now Plscovprratn few bombs restored Kim to health and enabled lifhi to goy to work a pdrfjciljr well roam He lays Ho arcs nt tfood health to ntftof Dr fclnK1 Now eyoranil knows It tn bo nitho world for lung troabre Trial bot Ilia freht ll vdyttA HolieiUoiJrDnifif s k MEAT sHe r j 18 4oc One W = i Troubles LAXATIVE ether James March 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rirttl i t air Bo wine In time IIF M1TE Rt1RMllfslttOAt oaaoAlgNaanllbnrlcasi eNP jjUF rl n16ucn wjuda nt Hebitltf JtiJttJ aiwmemaialtttAa ielcti lit fburufgmarkaadcniplt lu tllm J I MrM1f ttVw P ree t i Took ta1Nt poses rtr ilK 1 r CeeiMwl J t t t Now fa the hittrelet fe th ek in axrc tt I ftUvltrjT ititiluMituQaPetfectTfQa1tJ ttfor Cy4 iUo a ill z l I t z 2 y 1114kct TC qANEW INblAN PROPHETIf His Prediction Lot of Ixdtomenc I TIw growth of tools pd ierealeatin V kier onr toleraat role iti India ia more tr r lncntTihrin is generally known for Ilindobiern is elastic eatagb qnickly to Orb them Iud they are stm moro VTlBort lived when their 1eo4an bave been Christiana Itis vhcn the Kligiotte i Ij impostor h ldso taovcraeut Vfbich threatens the peace of the opnstr that vio llearn tho carioua details JTho latest event of thia kind has oo I currcd in the Bengal tHriiioii Chota I Bagfcro the aboriginal tribes of which iavij joined thd Cbrirtlan church An Alicia Lutheran and Scottish Preaby torin by the jhonBJJndl Birea a lad of 11 29 wljo had lapsed from Christianity 7waa 1f tho jangle jvith a companion i vrhflLQ fash of lightning for a moment J aiLd his face and his friend ea 1utaLJm as a god Birea returned to old vlllogo haIk3dLand proclaimed WinteJf an incarnation who C1clwork miracrcs of healing His first caso wtuJthalof a baby who upon1tfntno brongbt jtbousanda of tho simple iSoinon WOrshipers to his feet Over ev aty fcaeo of sickness he pronounced a i koborm consisting of each headlines of nn EuHah paobohiread in the Lufbttra cbOoLa Cal1msau5t1l1 stOre stare staUy was the favorite in c ati DtB admitted that Ghrfstianity was gpod tint tortVoevUstbe offertory in church and thff permission to Wear boots when at worabip Ho soot proclaimed the end of the Wortd for a fixed day and hour All Vcrp to bo destroyed byreand brimstone except those wIns found refngo with him ilonoywaa therefore useless fend the people were toldUo spend their tiii at Jcen clothes with the result that the Hindoo dealers could not sup ply the demand The coming harvest J wou1d not bowanfed Thcattloaocord lc tly were turned intoi tho crops t nooniJJ iJOn day nothing f 1t umd Birta tied string between to toc a and declared that thf enc t1 would riot come till that broke The raaebi EnglieB Missionary wBofbad dtto open tli eyesof the aeludedJ- i1l1tu 8icndfsnred stamina then in tusrntd the British deputy commissioner atU4Ilcl1i the county towiW He sent a Con sablo to arrest the impost erf but tho crowd was too great A whole posse of tative coustables Tollowed and bad to r l lice J3a then went put himself and by r right nnted the prophet who was sleeping in themldlltpf his chosen fol lt 110 fore But by that time there waa the begin riThof a rebellion such as in Lord Daihcusiea time caused the Santcl war in the neighboring liUlsAs Birea wIt to jail bo prophesied his return in four days and 7000 men whom he bad ordered to arm themselves with axes waited in vain Now afraid of the mil tarj police under the white man they uro flocking to the chapels eager tobe recognized as Christians but of thes- ebkaJorityamsxpocted to change fbrir mind when their terror and deln elcu have disappeared vitb Birsaa long 4 imprisonment in a distant place A aim t flar Impost rcauscQjhat is knYU as tho war of the ax among the Kaffirs 6f SonlhAfrfcarEdinburgh Scotsman He aad 3IU 3Ibae7 Soon Parted Wh theitbeW n dressed man who stood on the corner of Jacson street and 1Padflc avenue about 5 30 oclock the otbe qvenidig and throw away or f more wad a Cripple Creek millionaire a board of trade spocnlator celebrating a victory in tho grain pit or just a plain fool with more money than brains will probably never bo known Hia liberality drew a large and joyous crowd At the first jinglo of the silver dollars cent pieces quarter dollars and smaller coins there was a rush for possession Clerks hnckmen rnewsboys telegraph mossen Bcrs andisomo Btaid looking business JDDjoinedi the struggle The mans 1 pocketa were full of the coin and be langbed as he tossed Jiaufifnla In tho air und saw the crowed fight arnd push to get 7 vqna dime Some one ugiiflod the Bar rison Street police and an officer has f Jntefpyot coin and walked away while the- c1ger crowd waft figbting for tho last handful Chicagol TimesHerald 0 i A Neij cry From Boston t t J3peton baa never produced a man in fj la public service who has left name or anrIlio citys growth 90 pays ahead of him Piro has been Bostons best and greatestt 1frlen It has purified us and given us cfll our great improvementa and fire11 theIlietj comes compels action for our public men have done nothing absolutely nothing and wr great new5pacrmen have hung to CliPrtramfib JceepioR with the ae that wo live in sBostCn Fibre and Fabric JEiop In Aztec byJjrcopy oft sop1 Fables translated into Azteo cenStry perhaps by Father Sahagnn or Fa therBantiata of the College of Tlatelol rt whore the native Aztec youths were vlnetrnctcd in the humanities and rail probeblyAzteC and has now been published In pUiuphlet fprriL London Globe THE MINISTER WAS gAME VEu TNt of Pbjilcal Endor nco WM a t BsWIyo Pair One i They Wtl8shtngln th athoking car lef a localaccorainodation train the otb Vtf day three W four farmers several trainmen and a quiet mildmannered Caaa whose dress Indicated that be waS jTjpinifiter Several tmJoswere dIscuss deedsaI ttin mats coald wild without flinch Bg EacB related eome incident tell 1 Iii pf the bravery of either hin relf or 1 f w n f1I Mhd flJOIflrXflSt A1nI aU1 cn lS had ever performed NonefWaa tho7roply but often it the bravest man who performs 1titDotdeeds It Js often harder to con selflhan to bent physical pain The crowd pmilod a Tpmical sarcas smile and finally fiomo one ventured 1tio remark in an undertone that ono not expect auymorfrom a preach er and then they nil laughed Although the remark was not intended for his ears the minister hoard it and slraiKblening up said to the man who had spoken JIr you have Insulted me and my profession tfqw to how you that I am as game a man as any one of you and that I can stand as much physical pain as the next man I propose that you and I make a tOt of physical durance right here What kind of trial interrupted tbo mnnjWell continued the minister it iis rather undighifledin me but if you consent I will make jt that you and I stick pins into our right legs until One of us erica enough The man turned pale He was game but he knew full well that a contest of that kind was apt to lay either contest ant ap for several weeks So ho argued that a contest of this kind wes impossi ble The minister insisted be would hive that or none and if the man backed down ho would tacitly admit intbe presence of all in the car that be warn a cowardVWhile they had been talking the train Was rapidly approaching a town and all at once the brakeman yeled Shel yvillel This is my station I mustget off hero exclaimed the man who had challenged tbe minister and amid the smiles of tbo crowd he loftlla tr in By and byono of the men approached tbo preacher and said Youre a game man and a good one too Im no coward but I wouldnt do what you wanted to do You would not be afraid if yon were In my place1 remarked the man of cloth with a merry twinkle inhis eye I have a cork legLoulsviIle Con ricrJournaJ cCnpcMVL1ua- It just occurred to me said the smart young man who sometimes drops into the newspaper offices to impart a bright idea that the dog show is a howling success It I am glad to hear it replied the man at tho desk I was fearful it would be a failure Been attending iU Ob jno rejoined the other 11W- DS thinking it would bo d good way to If you havent been attending it how do you know it is a success Maybe you didnt understand me I said itwas a howling success See Howling Dont you catch on interposed tho exchange editorU Hes trying to give you a pointer about the dog thaw UAnd Its what collie good one added tho man who writes up the pro vision market- I should think youd beagle lad to get a little outside h Ptspoloenp the man who grinds out the insurance news And when be Danes to come and tell you about it himself chimed in the man who chops out the board of trade report itought to a cur to you that uHe took the trouble interrupted the man who keeps track of tire stock market to runner bound anclgivo you the idea He didnt terrier minute on the wayVHes so alt a bull too observed the man who dishes up the railway news Gentlemen said the caller pale but calm I seem to be up pug gainst it Good afternoon He went away and for tbe space of five minutes nobody spoke The smart young man had paralyzed tbcviChl cago Tribune AScretOatV Brown Cant think hoV that charm lag woman can be fond of that old idiot her husband Jones Will power my boylPick Me UpV What She Discovered Charley IBEO tender hearted said young Mrs Torkinsto her husbands friend UIs he Yes Lost night when ho came home late I heard him tell somebody who had walked that far with him that tbe kitty was doing wejl Just think of a matt as busy as be is taking so much interest in a poor dumb animal Washington Star Mftldnr Him Useful Mrs Cnmagain What time does the train leave for Yuphank Ticket Agent Ten thirty Ive told you that six times within an hour Mrs Cnmagain Yes I reckon you have but my little bolikea to hear you talk Say it again please New York WorldVn Wqald Not Old RoperI suppose its all under stood between yon and Henry Trilbena bursting into tears I understand but I cant make him under stand anything the mean old thing Boston Courier Antbov1ogIc1V Hopkins Scientistsi say the coming man will not have any nose supposethrustingit Louisville CourierJournal Xntrltioas Food b1unutrlticmst9C4i Tommy Something to cat thafhmt get no taste to ir Indianapolis Journal r tVOur Clothing Stock Embraces Surges Thibete Vi cuoas Qhoviots day and Pienp i Wqrsteds We have npt for gottenthe fact that we have accarding1vbat take our word for it but do the intVl Town Talk Our tailormade 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it4yas- Wasltbullclosbi Yes t And pig tigbtV Yea What vasit mndo- cfWeJIerI cant say I noticed that the witness hesitated floundered for the first time and the at torney observed it too Was it a rail fenceVII NoVBrush fence fNaV Picket fence Vfe-Na ckBoard fence Not Wire fence uNo I dont know what it was mule of but it kept everything out It declared the witness who bad become desperate Tell me what that fence was per sisted tho attorneyV Well it was a mIlD with a shotgun iSan Francisco PostVSTAGE GLINTS I Lillian Russell is no longer the gold mine for managers that she was a few years ago Paul Kester is hard at wcrk on the play in which Henry Miller is to star next season Calve may make a concert tour of tho United States this spring giving seeder from her greatest grand operaS successes Its a mighty dull day on the Now York Rialto when at least one 1000 000 theatrical syndicate is not organized Most vaudeville shows next season will consist cf a burlesque with the olio introduced more or less appropri atoiyVTho Bostonians will soon have a rival in the Leslie Opera company which will bo a similar organization yith the some aims Audrautho composer cf La lib cottetOlivette etc is to write n comic opera for a firm of American managersVGeorgia Cayvans Rtarring tour Jay not materialize next season after all She has not yet decided positively as to bur plans It is now stated that Wilson Barrett will visit this country next season npI pearing only in his latest success The Sign of tho Cross Was Figman has been engaged to play the title rolo in A M Palmers produc tion Of The Absent Boy M A Ken nedy will bo tho father George C Inn the oxprenchor has mado a hit as Mark Antony in a spectacular revival of Julius Ctrrar at Jibo Broadway theater New York TURF TOPICS The Montreal driving park hold a race meeting on the ice recently Tho New Louisville Jockey club has abolished tho free field at Churchill Downs Bob Dover tho Rochester driver has a great horse in Crafty 2 13 by 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