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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r vTh rJ E SJEtD1I nOll nl t lfhtJt kJ 1f New SeriesVol III SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON OOiJ TyK NrUCYlfAY 28 1896 No 22 fl DARdTbThbrIAT JIrr 9 t 17 id 19 20 21 22 23 i 25 26 27 26 29130 a j jrJ L4Iu1 r utlauu A4Vi iii irlime fur the flat IneerUon awl 5 cents tor bc1ii I 4qeItiDSrtiQfl CmUf ea cndiJat and political mutter 10 ousts per line Job Work U dose at low rates but cneh i mutt be paW on delivery bf L f- Adyirttilflff cobtr ta m do on llbota tcnni s Obltiurira and mhlailoaB of respect trlID 1c Ax oexc Coutr Mairftnitti II n f SM County Officers vUj Elitrirt O1Icceu r 1000 lL CIURqFiDITC1ORt BAPTIST CIIUKCK nx v4n p JncoliSira Uir Serrtcr every utiAnyttt II a JppJ 8 1111 Sundoi1 8ciIllntl 83drrrr yr Meetins ou Woo ugdayflgbt4ZOPEfl Mg1BilWJrUUQU flIJ r urIUporI Sirmes on tht Tint and TbW4iiMye n each monthj 3I1a m and 8 p in PRESBYTER1ANCHURCH lKer Saundcrp Pastor Sei vices every Randayat II it tn aud p mjPnyir Meet lay every Thprsday ntghVi CATl L1CCHUnCII RevP F ircune lIr Piastor Services every 8udday atS and 10 oclock a uii Service lit HtRullO same bours = FRHTERNWL 0RDERSI f No WL4flwErpt1ugflc1t1Iodgo if ui4IoeOntl Iout1V licach montl I Washlnrton O liapter No 27 meets i Btery third Tucsdav 1Ir Sprlncfled Council No 63 meets every I fourth Monday IGRTJ orIIoyopMe t every second IIand fourth Mondax each month q KMcmTS er THE Meets every ant Wednesday of each month COUNTY DIRECTORY i coyiOOUNT Circuit Court begins ou the fourth Mon day ip February 31nyd OctoberIC E Patterson Juil e 17 B Sweeney C niTnonwealth Attorney F M Campbell Clerk T W Slmmi Mast r CommUrioner OUARTVPUY COURT Quarterly Court Is hclil on the third Mon I t day In January ApflT July ant October Jack W Thompson1 Judjrc 1 OUHtV COURT 4 coralyCo rt mccta ontbe fourth Mon fv In each month Jack W TfcompwJO Jude tL W P l1okeri Vinnty Clerk rIH Tburaai County Attorney J R Smith JaUtr JTCrayerofl Sheriff WRTkunnan HTBPoreU Deputies L dMutr James K Moore county Surveyor W D Sharp Aa eior t lVAXoeDeputj tV T McElroy County Treasurer spnNspiLImIPIIOTOPY XT C No Police Judgo- fohu Unico Marshal W Cfllced Vlty Attorney JUBTIGC count Juitlcc courts arc held In January April Jaiy and OctoberI ArrtiaUBd Departure ol Tratus r 1IT3I 42144 ri AIPM- Ai J2 4u rv8pnnKflo1d LT t 80 20 o Zn12 v ulleyfflll51 22 la u Jtnokcr5e 5 58 t 60s11z7WoodlYn603213 15 51Croakes y 58 1127eEnrl T11ne56 122 25 5 49 MRirdsUnn b 21 2 55 S 3910 50 Nezereth6 30 A 27 30 ii mueln 6 41 1308 g L Oafwill tJ 4lj 6 lV1010 1ctto Mctlig 853495 I 6 04MO00 hobbs 59 4 Oil 9 Clnarinont 7 0414 30 I A 9 tIl11tnlitu1 Jc 10i5 00 r 4 11Hheph rotlll1o 720 43M IJllhrs 7 27 r 4 2s1Ark4 in 4 30 southfOlllnllle N 7 50 0 55 I 4 81 II 8 C5i6 10 rMH AJI AM JM t w ip + tr J mE NEWSLEADERT GOSSIP=ARE UEFJL1n reply THEY inquiry from a oung man as to vrhethoror nqt itwoulld pay a young farmer to marry a farm josrnal gava the followin adyice which is all right for the mini iwtf a Mis fcngb SB fb IrlUn most part of the United SiatesjU was tneanswer it ii aloQost impossible to secure pood farm help and you will get mon work 6uv of two hired women It cons no more to feed tJ w1fe than it does JAiured woman usually Lot so much for iif tbe hired woman dont like the ood or get enough to eat she is very apt to leave You ihaveto pay wife no wagreP A new clicc dress each year and anannual vlst to the circus or county fail takes the place ofwtfges A wff will take bettor card of you clothes and gfease your boots properly Of courst she will b more of a companion and after she has fed the stock and chop ped the wood for the Jlcxtdays fires She may be tired enough tc go but if you tell herto shet1t1bedremi your farm journal to WhJ9YfU doze on the sofa If she dies it wont cost ittctTto bury her and it Is easy inough to get another JKOCKED OUT The following I dfRpatch from Washingtonlto 1I1t Louisville Times tellsdf an amusing iLci4eut about Congress man Join W Lewis It says Jougresinan Lewia made a bItI whlcb brought down the hotiso- hile the Bottling bill was lbe bro the house A Prohibition member b jnade a warm ten lerance speech saying that peopla drink whisky in summer to keep them cool and in winter to keep them warm It is the evils own drink he shoutd It is the fruitful source of taxaj tion pauperism crime insanity disease and death lit this enun try 00000 men annually go down to a tirunkardls grave 100 OOOJ men crowd oiit almshauses auoT well our taxes in consequence of trong drink 500 murders and 500 ghastly suicides look up to heaven as the result of this blastI lng withering traffic Of All the inginfls the devU ever invented t t destroy the bodies andsouls of men and the peace ot famines trong drink beats them all It is the enemy of heavph and the ally of hell I do not think it make inuict difference whether you bottle whisjiy or whether you barrel it TO my mind at aakes very little difference which way you ship or sell the olson diandhe was in a foam There was ather where his harness touched irir Lewis arose and said The gentleman has undertaken to tell us how many people die annually from the effects ofI Kentucky whisky will he tell us how many die annually rom other causes Therd was a moment of silence md then tremendous applause and Brother Lewis took his seat air covered with blushes Belt nocked the coldwater orator l1f in aheapwit1 one blowone little question settled his hash md he did not Come from his Corner again The Ideal Panacea Jimpj It Francis Alderman Chliitgn I regard Dr Kings Now Ulacqv nry air mi Ideal Iliuauca for cdhgltH colds and lung complaints having used il lri ny family for tlio hint live years totho xdunion of phyalclun prescriptions or other preparation Uov John HurgiiH Kcokuk Iowa writes I have been n minister of tho Uotluidbjt Episcopal Church for fifty ears or more aid t have never found inythingito bcncnciat or that gave mo iurli npecdy rclfof n HIr Kings Jfcw Discovery Try this Ideal Cough Rcni Hly now Trial bottJCH free at Iluydon- k Kobcrtaonii drug store One of the best evidences lintiyere Inlr Vigor an article of exceptional writ lit the fact that tboMoniand for H coimtantly Increasing Niiono who sni IJilK Incoinpuratiie drcsiiing thinkft of trying any other prcpanitifni fur tlip air t Election Notice in pursuance of an ordinance rcgt larly mad and entered of record t the Dord of TrufltSes of the town of Springfield Ky on the 23rd day of May 1890 an election by the quailS 4 votora of the town of SprIngfield K Is hereby ordered to be held at tle Court House lu Raid town between tho hourp M1 oclock a m and 4 oclock DIni fill l b Uil1 jJj7JtgfJfijg1g1 ti uncertain tto will of the people o f said town upon the mutters set out In said ordinance which Is mado part bereofamiwhfch reads aa follows At ORBINAKCE WitRnEAS By reason of tho jvant of sufficient supply of water and light tho business interest of the town of Springfield Is gacatly retarded and the citizens thereof are deprived in n jreat measure of such necessarleo and because there Iis no sumclentwa ter flyetejri the firednauranco rate on property lIs so high that a largii amount of prOpcrtj Is ndt insured and the town liable to bo destroyec by fire at any time ordinary pmdonc demands that the authorities ofyBaic town shall tnko some steps to tecl the general linterest of said town nnc- whereasa number of the citizens of the town of Springfield have jorgan ized a corporatloit known as the Springfield Water and Electric Ugh Jompanv with a capital stock of 812000 for the purpose of con structing waVer works and electric lights in andor the accomodatioii of said town the artlples of incqrpora- tfon or eaW corporation aw tiled fn the ofEco of the clerk of ti6 Wash ingtQn County Court and Whereas the terms of said articles of incorpor ation and the conditions upon which said company Is organized and the conditions on which the citizens of said town have subscribed for stock In said cOmp3 ynreThat sajd town of Sprhigflqld must own and have a majority of the stock of said company and that said town of Springfield ahall subscribe and pay fqr 260 shares of said capital itoft lIt par mowtitig ito 36500 and frhereas the Usable prop erty of said town amounts to21B607 as shownby tho aasessmeiit next be fore the iastj and there is no debt of any kind agtInsttaId town raidi town t may therefore create an itxdebtedness of 0500 to pay for eaid stock and tp that end it Is rbposed Co issue and sell tb bonds of said town of Springfield totbe amount of 6500 bOatIng fnterest at tho rate of six per centum per annum payable aeiplannually and J duo twenty years after data and re Icfcrnable at atiy time after five years Aftertheir date at the option of a ma ority pf tho trustees of said tdwnJ Now therefore to test the sense of Qualified vptcre of the said town of Springfield on said proposition to sub scribe for ffaid amount of stock in 1het Springfield Vatcrand Electric Light Company and to issae and sell 6WO of the bonds Of said town as aforesaid the proceeds of which ia to be used to Ray for said tock and to levy a tax aach year not exceeding thirty cenfsI an each one hundred dollars so aa to ra so the Sum of not exceeding one thousand dollars each year with which tppay the Interest on said bonds ndt to create n Hinklng fund tp pay said bond at maturity or when called for redemption by a majority of the trus tees of said town prior to that time 1fI loomed proper by a ma4orltyofsaid trustees aa herein before provided The Board of Trustees of the town af Springfield Ky do Ordain as folI lows That an election be held in the town of Springfield Ky on the 13th lay of Juno 1896 between the hours of oclock a m and 4 oclock p m nt which election there eball bo sub mitted to the qualified voters of said Own the proposition as aforesaid to mb scribe for said Iimountot stock in saId Springfield Water and Electric Light Co to isattlTSWd bonds to levy Illd tax aofftp create said iindebted ness Saifl election to booby secret afilcial Inllptto be prepared by the Iclerkotl 3ti6 Washington County Our as roquirodhy law Tho follow ing officers of said election are hereby ppolnted AaKimball W Waters judges T H Waters AI ihd W E Leachnian clerk Courtjlouseboard of trustees shall causb notlqes pf said election and the purposes thereof as herein provided to be pub shed at leafltflwo weeks In the Jtfews spr1ns1fieldIn said town and shall cause the same tobe advertised by printed posttrain- Ueast five public p csIn said town for said time The election shall ho1 held the returns thereof and canvass of the vote shall be as required yi Jaw Tills ordinance shall take effect and- in force from and after its passage A RSIJULTZ Chairman JAB B NOE SJFURIrEN W A SMITH j Attest If II TrioMfsow Gl6rlv Board of Triiistcco for the Town of This Springfield 23rd day Of May Neglect of the hair often destroys Vitality anil natural hue ami iiiiMCtt ilto fall out IJofprulit is too lute apply llaljb Ldrlteuewcr a burn nmeily oJ WITH OUR FARMERS r Noltpps atotk aetd or grain antetl or lor salo oroxuluingo Inserted ft this col umn men or Farmnrs are 10 5iaostjd to send in stock orcrop items fillJ publication IA IUc1n ii4firm has shipped 21000 dozenof eggs to Cincinnati during t- bdupU = rttIhe new Layrenceburg fair aseqcla tion will probably hold Its next annual oxhbttlonth Eocond week in AUIU t tr fllll Dealersi are now paying good icbiI for roadster geldings and It is a cow mon thing to hear of shies at from 160 to9220 44 s t The greatBtock buyer Arnjoursajs uI beileTo that wheat will eeli at 81 per bushel pr near that figure sqpn It gi1ght to toll there on its merits and will if nothing unforeseen occurs I believe thatall other products wit be helped ji A patch of ten acres of land which will yield the owner 62000 worth pf fruit in a year would surprise mbstJ northern farmers Yet that of land can be boughtin South rn Geor gia at a price which varies from 85 toI 25ain aeroaccordlnj to location and t ImprovcWont l l IIamlJflD lqJghtJngIlJo1t9 JrQPPEld dead while being jogged on the Louisi a yule tracklast Friday Heart failure was the causa She was apparently all right when Benedict Mr Geers- asiatantbrougbt her out Sho was going at about a fhrop7mlnuto gait She was valued by the Etamlins at SiOOOO j titTho Madisdftvillo Hustler says It has been demonstrated that ono Jicro of stoc pnaIa A8 valuable as tobacco and ss n food jypduGt turlail as valua blo as corn They are something that require but little cultivation lire papy to raise and exceedingly productive They posaeflsgreat fattening proper tics We suggest that our friends vestigate thjs and try for themselves aa to the ircrits pf etock peaa I c The Vlncbester Democrat 811ss The first year that our track was bum Hpnpajt George a bay gelding from Now York by Albert trotted hero and won his race In nearly the fastest time ever trotted on a halfmile track The next year he had a recOrd df 214 12 and with Belie Humlin 2l2 31 trotted a mile to polo in 212 11 which iis the worlds record today for a double team M V Cull owes should npverbo purchased with which to start a Sonic Such a JI start Will hover produco a flpck which will get to the front In yield and proflt says a writer Start with the best to bo had of the kind you want Every sire should be pure bred aji tbia is the q way to Improve When we improve 0 our flock we are adding to its useful ness and to our capital A jnhall sum extra invested will double tho value of the whole flock oftentimes The Ire must bo carefully sltftitod as to form constitutional vigor pcccQ a d style A sheep of perfect form ahfraya ittract 9 tho eye and purse Wo must t aim at comploiencss in all there in 8 with our sheep Longlegged sheep Jo not look desirable and they artS In cbnutitution Angenerally wqak Qatsidcd sheep and ono with thin hnmsI Is not a good form for a siroLivo Stosk Journal bl t t n The aale of trotting stock of Jqraefl u S Ray Sontook place lastThursday a Vthoir farm Lynwoodj six piles eaSt ttt Louisville The attendance was 12 largo and the prices considered good us moat qf the atqck fa ypunRand not n ready for service Tho best sales tvero ao follows Baron Winfredby huron Wilkes dam Serene Oacar runner 395 Director Jr by Murat PII CalumetOoorge J Nolen 876 01 Projector 17199 by Seabird dam Lato hlaH W Lindsay 8105 Dalny Day Iby Dramatist dam Nettle 0 D Gates Bruce by Paijiejlj dam Orphan n Qlrl Thcbdoro Strobacker 886 Flask by Drati3aU8t dan Canteen H W Lindsay 8205 Eugenia by Wilkes Boy dam Purity C R Grundy 250 Roderick by Mikes Boy dam Colum bin Maid Mel Batman 8120 Se Rite Earl Baltic dam Adolo L W FIby rt Jr 8170 Ophelia T by Earl Baltic dam SiicaE It Barbotire170 Bessie by QverBtreet Wilkes dam Belle James lute 82 Bay filly by Ogdo burg dam Beselo J Watdrsj 890i Oheptnut filjy by Ohio Prince j dam CanteenS S Lord 8ff r For every quarlw in n malts pocket l there aro a tlozon u tH afyl to use cad- inoIitiueli Ov y as ta dcriyo tho jjroutcAtbeiipJUlM a jncKtion every miint BoJyo fur hlniHcIf we Iwllovc h wc cvorllmt no biuttcr lwo i6i1d Uo IIIlldeI uf ono of theso qiarttiH than to exchange It fpn otyoof cliitniltcrlnliis Colic ChoTeni lute jlilarrlioeTi idnedy UtecHI yino Unit ovQryifauilly bhuuM be pro VidqdvlUv r The Farmers StfoII- QJi ho was a lonely farmer witl a vqice as soft as down and Ih6 wasnt well acquainted with the manners off the town lie hat hoardl the brook through the der by the millbutlio cmCI topeopQ who will rob and stc1111 and kill lie was inijelrSs flfl a tbnjflpn iiItr ft tun i if her early days at school and hc drrsaed in manner simplet and his garb was light and cooK He wpf neer a moment worried by tile ack of a cravat and as far hS lundcrclothing whyhc nee thought of that QARe he wandered to the city with the hayseed in his hair qnd his whiskers like a Hilly goriiu were swriyjng in tko air WIn the breezes from thb river kissed his burnt and swat thy check was like a bnbcrn lieu vent and lit thought hed stay a week Goahed if this hnijit like the kentry cued the farujer old and gray unly there is more o houses a dern sight less V nay Think like it powful well if 1cd bunk up hyar in town 8oonii I dig ray crap o tote s prapa Ill tflthp thingar9unJ Wtten ho wandered on the rcve and meandered up the street to his agricultural riawjt h vrna like hevenly treat All the world was filled with glory and his life was free fJomclren d his fPS withtt joy were sateldnd the wind blew through his hair nut alae therv iimc a moment nnd it was a time accurst when he sought to quench the ardor of his raging i ural thirst Then he dal lied with the terapterjn a light und irl vein1bt3tt j seized andl upeet hudfcveredbrain Then Be wandered likel a specter with its long anti skinny hands It town Into the liods of Lava down into tho Awful anIJsanlho recked not of the danger ot the pathway that ho trod till a dusky P iVren caught him and rcleived him r onus waiL Woe anti woe fur Mr Farmer apd his ron thut varunhed quite Woe ind woe for Mr farmer and blslJ Ireams of raro Jcli ht Novcr more till ho meander through the land there beiiut lies thick is thick ns on a sapling as clouds Jnsummcr il jkiesl 0 SaTo within lus rural bijwer he Ii till contemplate the timowhen he lallicdwitnjthetcmptcriathe citys ilumfr and slime AThiell never carp to wander from thb dear old arm again and hellleavo the ue8tolplea8ure to a smoother set f incuEx fft Aa Mr W IL Ucnncrs was TO Ii urninc toliis homo in Oak Cliff londaynight Qn his bicycle heJclt umcthtng etrikq tho machine or his foot ho could not tell which his occurcjl near the oil millabout q oclock and in tc dnrkncss Mr icnners supposed he had rUn over crooked stiak or piece of barrel hoop arid thought no more aboutit t1 When ho got homo ho rolled his ncycio fata the hallway as usml ii nd didndVsco it again until jieXt 1 lorning when ho wits surprised nd not a little startled to find some 0 inches of a Rood aizod rattlesnake angling from tbo framework of the lachinc The upper portion f 0 he snake was twisted around tho post of the bicycle ajfd the tail hung down by the sprocket wheel and touched tho floor The head the rcptilu was cut off evidently hy the chain and sprocket wheel The body of the snake was about n inch anti a quartern diameter t 0 doubt tho front woeel ol tho c ifcvclo ran pver iit while in coil when he made an upward strike khich MrBcnnars took to be tho tnke of a crooked stick This is ho most unique bike adventure hat has even come to the notice of out d About extDJnn Jex New n A ValuamcircscrlDtlon ICditor Morrison of tho yorthingtoji Iill SiiUi wrlteHVon have a vahuiblp eseriptloiitti Electric Itlttcn mid I can hcerfullv reconimond it foi con tlpa lon and sick headache and na a gencral ystcni tojtitV it has ItO cmwl tt i 1J Mrs Annie Htvhlo 26j CottngeGrovo venue hiCalO wn nil run down oil Id not eat nor digest food hud n lackaclio which never loft her and felt Ired arid ourbUL sljcUotllc of Kfoc jJ ric JJittcrH fostorcdhcr Jiealtn and re icwcUt her htrcnjrh Pricc Weand eta lKttlout llayduii Uobcrwjns lruii toic t CORRESPONDENCE BOLIN Our IJogular OorrcatJondont Ifrom Mry Trentt one of our itJg young ladies has re turned homo frotn Louisvil school MrJ Zick Bhieldsj of Taylors ville Was utPolin Sunday Ins MT liobert Crnmo spent Hun day with MrS II Bishop Mr DB Sutherland of Ma plo Hill was t Polin Friday Mr Iven Grow attended lh showat Mpqrsville school hou- Saturlaynight ar1throuMn Villian Scott and wil l spent Su day Withi Mr and Cash MrsI Mrs busieTinglel and chilJre spent Thursday with her sieter Mrs FannIe Tingle MAPLE HILL From Oar Regular Corroshondant 7rP u r Jnc papt week nua been favorable for transplanting tobacco nrd rally twonthirds of t tie crqp bas been transplanted We spent a pleasant evening ai the palatial residence pf Mr J M Wus burn May 23rd It was the twentieth birthday bf Ira M Was h burn arid his fathnr gavo n fiJle supper CrOqutt was the principal gUIDe This community was greatly stir prised by the marriage of Mr Ererett Weakley nnd Mis Lulio- B Wilson which took place in Jefferjipnvillo Mar 24 It wps know that the CQUplri were ardent loversjand there was no objection an the part of their parents They vent to Louisville SundnynCcom inflict by n nnumber of intimate FriendE While tbjare they ilccide Surprise itheir friends by return ing as man nnd Wife That their journoy through f Hip may lie a ileiisunt oue thowbh of your lumble scribe Mr 11 jjudji of Bloomfijrh itarteii for Europe Sjttnrdny morn ng Mr Judii has been ji citizen f Uloo ifielil for twenty years nnd ian inado quite a fortune mcrchar lizbig Mis J Jennie Redding Is visiting tour vicintty this Week WFG r The Drouth QflUo The picsent drouth lisa jnany caturcs in common with thin great routli of 1854 which was sojlisis erous to theSatcs cast of the Jississippi river From that river icst the erojia Were cxcepiionally gOIl All klndsof stock was fat ind lint corn whoattheinp oats Dnligru8l1wre hardly ever so ibundant 4s Fjoon as the Missis uppi river was grossed coming east he desolation began and by the tim Kentucky was reached the iic u of the country nppcarctl as if deadly eirocjjo hail swept vcr the land arbarrellock perished anti tthere was more r less feaflerinjf but not by the icgroe for humane roasteis proyiji dectI for thorn It may not bo eo again for hc relations ip of the raeel1 is chungudIIlcl1n seasons oJ carcity anil famine the poorer ace mar suffer From appear mocs we may have again anti iruflunt pebolc should provide for ontingcnciea Lex Gazette WilY UK WAS DEBARRED He stooH before St Totcr and ap lied for tdmisnion to tno hwly lurid Cannot adihit you sir C nnot admit me cxclumcd the ititiiyetIapplicint haven iJ lived Cliristiun t Yes in the main Ilaviit I obeyed the laws ofI tho undl hOh yes Then what is my oflfonsi i1 You wanted to stop your ncwspa IJ9r nod jncitj Pftirjiimg i JjUQ to the publiser and paying ul nrVearr gesyou hud tied pustinastertosond birD a line to tJiO eflcct teat hispa pcr 1 refused A win Bp TYtHan1 md cpntcinDttbio iittbnt could find CQtnpiiny in luaveti so plonse 1no iov nn to the laud where they luu t shovel coal i f it I II 1 ttltLEA1Mft t it PuIdIn Afriqce 00 a YLnr 4 t1LODUoF1ILr PIFEIL pIe Bill Petorsldownthc crick Icjft this country purtty quick Said aa bow hed like to know Why folks liked this country so j No good no how kalnt fdol ino 1un here fQurtoelt years you sec Worked from iJlx till nine of ten Ilaiut no better off nor then i Lands all pore aint got no jneanB ThLflDi1 1TfkJj f So Im Jioand to take a tripor H Think Ill voyage to tboSlripl Say its mighty fine down there v Folks dont ibave to live on air Lands all free and crops proW bigIii Man dont always heY to dg Aa he does in lowny 3hatfl as hoW Ive heerd cnvflay Yes I sorter hato to start Olo friends never like to part An Maria took on j Pcared salt she wouldnt go But I coaxed hot till she said All right William go ahead SO wpro ready for the road Whiz Ive got a heavy load i c Ilperd theres eomorongh roads togo Foro yte git down to St Joel fAll the neighbors said goodby Hopod hed alluz live on pie Or on something Just as rlcbiTaint no matter which wh1cbSThus did Peters emigrate Pock his traps and leave the State This was in the aidysprfpBtJ lRora tho biItll bogun to Ring Summer catitu an then came fall No ono heard from Bill at all Every we wppvifl W Jhoy Wouldnt see Bill till judgment dayv Things dont allm happen just AB wo often think they muflt Tworcnt B year tilTBill returned IFolks aU said theyd jist bodurned Ef it wernt tim strangest caw Ever happened to this place t Bill looked sheepish fer awhile f Said he didnt like tho oilo fc Er the people 1Ivddown thoro j Dotter hcr nor any whero SO I in School Companion Frank James lank James as a Ouardtort ex press trains curryinglargo amounts of money or valuables Ja one of tbo novelties the express people Ira tOW arranging Negotiations have been in progress now frr savernl weeks bat the possibilities are that they will tectosed up Withm a It w tIny The effect of Jamci name in view of bis tormpJ prowess in robbing trains himself is what theexpresa companies arc aiming1 after Thcydii not know fney any that he ouldt stop a determined robber any more than one ot their own messengers but they thinktbe ordinary train robber would liesi q tatQ to tackle Him James is willing toaccept the poBitionand gua5 antee that no train in his charge will be robbel except over his dead v bodv with hut qne single provision nnd that iis that the eapreM peopJn put up a bondof 820000 this ifnoun to go to Ills widow incase of Ills death f Tim express pcoplojirq nclihcd to yield to tfiii though here is some opposiiion JamrS has been firm in standing out for itnl will not gft ont nn the roid mless the bond is fixed up io hit 7 xtisfactian Since he became p esDcctublc and law abiding citfeeiir he lies taken good care of bil film nin1l he does not propose tp cow nonce doing nnytbinc else now Yhin the negtiations were first bet gun ho was asked if he could shoot ith both hand Well he replied hIt used to bot lint I could anti I pn m 1 barn lotforgottcn hcty yet James ha bcen working stonily or some time but basnevcr beer able ttotaako an exorbitant Palary and for thai eason would bo trilling to take tlie rilki bf this venture As one of isI rrieiuiri y kIt is not a much rlskJls he his ukcri on uuudMls 4Sor other occasions c before wliehottk more of his raids The only lifference would be in this be irould have the law on his side i 5fr Louis Globe Democrat l JTATK op OHIO CITY Tor OIIIClAOAn CiiONTY Frank rlionoy makes oath that ho Ia tho HonUt partner of the lime if K J lIICIIry Co nsbulln08ll1 IhQClty of Toledo County and State aforauld ami that the 8nnVUnn will tny tbq ttm ofOXK HUXI U15IJ DPLLA11S for each and every case of xntarrliI1iat cannot bo cured uy tho use of IlijHa Catarrh Ourb ff FllAXK JCHKNKY Swnrito before inoan l pulmcrUHHtJ- nmv pinscnw IhiaO day of Dcccinlicr ARJM J A W O IKASOS KAI j Xotury lublfo 1Hnll Ontarrh Cure is taken fntlrnll1Yt nnd ucta directly on tho niucptin furfacRH of the rbtern Soiitlt i for testltnnnialn fro t F JCt1liY t 0 Thtlo2 t f801tl byarullb r 7bCj4 s y m W- II fHi NEWSLEADER 1 = rriL-I fMISLEADER I I THURSDAY MAY ze use I C L DAVISON JR THE Board of Town Trustees have a fi stmove toward KiyakciBj a good cause and iit BOW r 31alRsfofthe citizens who have the best interests of our t tOWL at fceart to do the rest AiOrdiDiDpe has been pasred cUlisjf an election for June 18 a3X tfor the purpose of testing i ih wnse of the qualified voters tot the town on the question of jtaking toads to the amount o- fYt6 500 for the purpose of sub icrlblmgIo a COB trolling interest IK the stock of the proposed Electric Light and Waterworks plant Jhe ordinance which appears oa the first page of this issue sets out quite plainly the necessity of and the benefits to be derived from such improve meati which form the grounds ior the call for an election The plans proposed now by which the awwey for the build log cf the plant is to be raised are r UOf11bJeand practical and t we see no reason why there should be a dissenting voice when the vote iis taken The taxable property of the town lamounls to 1218607 IIndto raise I65O on that amount by a l ispeclll tax for au improvements j which would be pf an appreci j able benefit tot the town would ldtWsburden to anyone tax payer and we do not see how aQY right thinking man could hesitate about casting his vote- jqd influence for the issue The reat need for water works and tire protectioa In the town has f teen fully discussed and there certainly can be but low who will but acknowledge that the need is an urgent one When the idea was tirst proposed some opposition was manifest on the impression that a great tax Cit wop Id be Ida posed on the people but unfler the plans now set outt itbe tax will be a harden on no IIone and the benefit great I i A twothirds voleis required tdcarry tha proposttion and a 4 Vote iiot cast is counted one aaint it so itisi the duty of ejjcFvfoter to vote if he is in hYorOfettiug tho town out of arul i Ir SENATOR LINDSAY made a ipeeel1 before tho Uoited States nate in defense of the financial police1 of President Cleveland js and Mr Carlisle He reviewed lf ien j ofjthat itfe currency is not respon r bible for the business depression of the jpast few years He spoke for three hours and received rnarkeLatteat1onSit J CAT O ILL was visited by a hurrlqane and cloudbuist in hJ hiP ttoen lives were lost YThe Yickliffe Cairo ferry was blown over while passengers and crew jvere sheltorea intide from Jtho storm and lfourteen persons were drowned Heyen including fk Ptain and 4pllot ecap1ng vby being blown into the river- somejdistance from thp boat aramtgingr a Daughter 1 You cant do it the man who dininitial be more Ibar mortat 2 Give her lr own way It will save Her tho trouble of talcing it 8iy for Imr dress if you can afford it Her dressmaker will sue tfouj dont 4 1she takes n fancy Jo a mar you dont want her to marry tell Jiery 1ir heart ii set on her mar him neverSurarrr May other You can dive a freo hand ohe wouldnt liars him if wag the only am left 5 If there Many win yon want fccr to mrry kick 1Iiout pf your e AVM the lirvaRts to admit JIclilhirnaf trays and sorig 1151t B8and bull dogsalj around your t iro rfd and vow if ske marries hun you wont leavehor a pcnnyYou wiH not have to wait long after that for the elopement F If she has no yoicc encourage her to sine whe eve you giveapar tyIIiIt will attract attendon to he- rat give your guests an excuse for complimenting her Never mind the neighbors 7 If you are a poor man teacl your daughter how to danco and play the piano She can learn cooking lifter shois married i Etlanctto roints for OIrlsi In entering the houso the 1lady precedes the gentleman It is not considered oodfocmfor- a girl of 16 to wear diamonds It is quite proper for even y ver y young girl to wear a watch I The gentleman is presented to the lady and not the lady to the gentlemau Ices wafurs and Iemonadoforrn a suitable collation for a email en tcrtainmet t The announcement of an engage mom sulycQin lrom tho mother of the young lady It is never proper for a girlrtdac nept presents from ayoungmuun less he is betrothed ta her In meeting ones betrothed onS the street one should bow pleaaartt Jy as onO would do i to any other gentleman Pointers From Paris Tho frills fraises ruches Mari Antoette fichus sashes bows ber thas and the like are all seen It their very best a mon thq French creations already being prepared fbi midsummer wear Nothing in theS way ofgarniture ever quite pared with thellast new marvel brought out in the point of ri dines of quality Sumptuous effects grace elegance and beauty of de sign they are shaped to fill every require moot of tho gown to out lino or simulate any sort ofb dice or skirt effect now in vogue from panel to puff from belt ta bertha collar to cuff and go on Tho vivacious genial woman who is never so much at home os when surrounded bya bevy ol eageilminded children is awoman who remains youTig in the impor Slant sense ttslretihis much ofr the freshnesa unconventionality off mind muchofthe gaiety and expansiveness of early life Conversely one miy feel prett Sure that a woman who r Jtains vivid memory ofrTer childuih ideaiIt and ffeelings will be drawn to the companionselp of children After reading their autobiography one hardly nec1hoi itf2iiaiU6eiL carried nitoold age bis quick re Bponsiveness to tho gaiety of the yocng heart and that George SpndS in her later dears was never so p py asjvhen gathering the youngsters about her rni Last Tuesday mQrniD athc residence of her fcrotfaerinJaw Mr J AvTuckejvnear town oc curred the death of a ostes Vim able Christian lady Mis Martha Wright 4untSiSas she was familiarly known to the youujf people will be greatly mlsse3 by her numerous friends here She has only been in our midst a short while but had her friends who wilt realize what it is to lose one who was ever will1 lug to do them ai kindness and lend a sympathizing earl We sympathize with the bereaved sister of our friend save her- none lovpdber helter than we but we recognize and submit to the authority of Bira wfriw edo erees tboujsih seemluiffardf- or us to bear are ustandrig- Her V sufferings were silentlv borne her last hours Like one who draws the drapery of his couch about him and lies down to pleasant dreams Tbd remains were laid by the side of her mothern Now Hope cemetery surrounded by a large crowd of sympainizinflr friends Z iKmlr Core Tho following paragraph Is extracted from a Kansas letter to ibe Boston U S Investor Tho now Kaffir cOrn of which 180000 acres were raised this year hM proved u boon to farmora as it has thrived In hot dry weather and gaudy soil na well apparently as If conditions were moro ircraVJcy Sjeotnpit is considered the ilratlon Of tho Bfiiiiari l rtsalon as It rodnccs liberally arid the grain is ex saUdaotOT1IoarokYJl1gad to the climate und soil rather than to force the old xnothoda nntfiuaications point to inocofis Had t boy adopted this plan years ago tbeiiroirio jrtatoa would bt far advanced qdnr ared with prosoak oaaitiuaa + r aLACK ERRVINQOf WJjca I was but a wcc lhyboT My mother pride my father Joy Jly hands and aoath had full employ When blflckborrloa were ripe And oft my mammy would squeie Tho thorns from out my arms and knees And my good dad to give mo ece Laid by his toronto pipe And even einco lvo become a man And dro8dedon quito a different plan ITO still gono ddrrying tho can TTIjcnulockborrloa grow iwuet Tcatrampllnif through the bramble Brakes Id court tho keenest pains and aches For two or three fair colleens Bake Whoso namca Ill not rvpeot Tin Nornh of tho onjberhalr VThod been my partner hero and there Around nbontnnd everywhere As blnckberrie como In When I Juat tried with too much hosto Tho richer rarer fruit to tasto That on her lips was going to waste Bho tosses up her chin Ant xoarcHus by tnp nlgUt end mo Hor rnyxsypa only glancing onu Begardlosa of the rankling thorn Bhua rootpd in my heart Yet maybe though I much misdoubt Der eye that flash her lip tliat Cent Wlllyet turaklitd und coijuru out That thorn of cruol smart London tikutcb EARTHQUAKE SCIENCE The Internal Fire of Earth nod the Creek- inc of the Upper Croat It baa long boon the popular bclio that volcauoos wore the cause of earth qualtos aud runny ecieutifits bavohoTc to this theory but Professor Job MIlnoF B awhohaa recently invpstigntiug tho cauaoa of earthquake In wJlipau iiivCOUBCctiou VIW liic Tint a versity of Tokyo made tbo etafojuon1 t in g lectnretkiitnioetoitrthEso shapings probably 05 pet cent vcre caused by fraCturea of tho earths crust Ho explaIned that tho earths cms vAs In perpetual motion and tho jurao r was either so slight as to bo ImperCepti- ble or great that it might plainly tfelt It is not ho said iiucessary to gi to Japan or South Aiacrica to study earthquakes for an earthquake in ODe part of Lire world can by proper lustra meats easily bo recorded iu another 1ThoProfessor Mime and tbo crust jfloon Etantly breaking downward and as i t accommodates Itself to what is underneath tho Burfaco of the earths orua t becomes puckered up and mountain and hills nro formed When any inter ruption takes place ntlJo process vf thie internal crumblingot the crunt pf the earth there iff a subsidonoo rodnoing n violent shaking which is called nir earthquake If a big ehaldug takes placi 0 in any part of tho world the motion i sufficient to fie propagated over thi whola surface of tho earth In countries whore thero jirovolca noca earthquakes oro most frequent but they are laot nil directly attributable t tho Tolcanoos Vbcu the grbnnd Open ing upward is neat tbo ocean or othcr great body qf water volcanoes or0 found there for volcanic actionis du to steam from water In heated rocks tha water having eoaked through froa the surface riIn Japan earthquakes grcat o smallr are of such frequent Occuxrenc 0 thftt people thero do not talk about th0 wrtitber aq they do almost overyAvben cielseWhafyxmihoughtof tire last earthquake and tberd is muchi ui6flilj8 aud b ttiui on thQ earthquakes 4bataro to comaS iAi liora Anpearanc if Euih Ashmoro addressing herself a t That 3oyuf Mine in Ladies Horn JournaU writes that his personal ap pcuruucQ flhonld Jbg goOdfc oow- tthat to jroursolf And whether it is al the office or whcu yoa are out visiting you should a clean wholesome 0 looking young man Cleanliness dott JOITfff 9lflhIJt1u iJ a9I J9dy uit8Q cleoit eout It may not be Ii jbar power to possess a drpss suit but if you should not doqt bdrrow otis and dontbiroouo Brneujip tbo beat olothea you have JuakO theta immaculat and their enjoy yourself and forget yo r clothes Your linen can always bo frosl and clean uud yqur tie con be iu goodI style and properly knotted VNoycr woai a Joud bear aud uever weor imitation jewelry Gentlemen select plain gold buttons and simpla gold liukri nod scarfpiua of the most modest pattern If you can uffard dress clothes rouiein- bcr never to appear in ftticw puiiI after dark Von may vear as yon liko best either a lawn tio or a black eiuiu one but tho stiff littlq bow thould bo looped by yparsolf und not bought read modu1 The tJtuulor Urcts Salt There is a certain eouator from n western state who dined with tho president one night not long ago He wore ou that evening what he always wears on full dress occaaiouH a coat wade tnt er a design of bis owntb coat which combines tho olcKUUco of a drcsa oat with tho lines of a jjntdway buLls ther One nor the other When tho wua tar wai ready to start f rtho Vliito House come busybody bustled up to hini and said Why 6cutttorw arent you going to put on a dress rchUff Tlvj Eenatnr tOW himself up to bir full neigh What I rees like a waiter btt W W h1uk n Star eeItXT15t- Tho jtef tnesa ipf tbiwopian yalUr ii rapidly be ug rcoognized Caltrfersaro aunonudng Lint they can fcdpply ufcat capable raltrffsoa tor nfl iuanttnr ft jjq- cial functions and society wonwju no copt tire news as a gratifying guan that their nov jiotfns wilt survive tine most flaborato3hiuer in nuupottcd condition Tho export maidens uro clad iu bhick alpaca with dainty white caM and aprons and so far theyttroggjltlc a of gloves Philadelphia Ledg fThe ccinmou garden slug has tho moans at spinning a gelatinous thread by vlciobbe can llett himself down from dangerous heights No man hs como to true greatness who has not felt iu degree that his Ufo belongs to hisraco Phillips Brooks GEMS OF THOUGHT Extended empire like expanded gold exchanges solid strength for feobJo splondorJohusouS J Hope not the man for your banker bough he muy do for a traveling Com laniou Halibnrton SIT5every jountry but truo politeness is overy hero tho same Goldsmith Though lIttlo firo grows great with little windyot extreme gusts will blowout fire and alL Shukespcara SHE WAS IM ON THEOSOPHY Raw a Little WiltreM Checked the Schema df Two Xaeitanraat Swindlers A cruel rc ake was adminlsterd sev eral nfRht ago to a party of gay young men who were in a Fourth avenue rcs tanrant They ordered a costly supper each supposing that omo Of the others bad tire money to liquidate tho bill Shortly before the repast Was finished It was discovered that tthey all together bail considerably less tbon enough Ddy tho dornnro little ivnitreia wbo stood behind their chairs With a wuk oiia of them tutnffd the conversation toward tbeosopby and tbo cue was soon caught Iacb declared that bo bad known the othersin aprior lifo iowa l20Qyears ago and ono of them weut so far as to say that ho remembered how they had sat together at just such a supper olio moon light night in Match 12bO or years ago The little waitress became interested in the conversation and eager ly drunk in the 4ctails of the supper tuten fib long ago thinking that the tIme for faction bad oomo the lender of the party arose end remarked that he Clearly remembered that the ItttloaItrc had also eorvcd Zthtiin durhirt ilio famous stippf iff ncs tiop and that ho could never forgot hor blight eyes and her rosy chteks to all of Which she iespouded modestly and the conversation wag fast assuming a eiitimeniai turn when the girl noticed that the young mcnjwero leaving one by one Finally only two remained andes they showed signs of going without pay Lag she remarked Your bill is 080 gentlemen HOb that is till right Marie rasp uded the spokesman cheerfully u Wo will settle this when we dine here March 12 8000 Wo will all street hero on thqt date You remember wbenwu were hero 1205 years ago dont yon1 HOb yes sir she replied naively but it is not the present bill that I am ticking for itis tho but you made 1200 years aga Dont yOu remember that yon said yond pay mo tho next time you came to earth Ann there was such a malicious littlo twinklo Iu tier eyes thin two handsome light overboata t were left a pledge bit paymcnt4LonisvinoConrcrJonmal Thoujjljt 0 4 Spring Bomb thoughts on spring are not fit for publication Spring is tho ecasdn when poets und livers get out of order If you hnVo flannels to shed prepare to bed thcfn in July ITio well knpwu poetical referonco spring ns an Uth roar uiildnesd was promulgated long before the introduc tiers of tho weather bureau l Spring poets are the great propagators if pulmonary complaints SprlugghlstlyspriDg Even a fpritlg chicken is a delusion nod a snare f If tbo robin is really o sign of spring hoanghttobe aJUiaipjbd of Jiimscrlf In these latter days blizzards aro tin ooly geuuIuchprbtngors of Fprirrg That Vtlwdfeeliiig incidental o Spring is greatly aggravated by reading spring poetry inoue colnmu of a news paper anti tbe weather rejxrt in anqthcr In Vie spring a young manVfaucf lightly tOrn to thoughts of cough mii turps The most effcto monarchy of modern times itha ouo presided over bytbc iluy queen friI IiI1iu1h thyumoIeprln Bprjug by iwy jptbcr uamo yoalclnot be nearly deceptive Possibly it is brcauao epfiug ia the yquth qf the yearThat it is eo dleagrbo ably fresh Sweet spring fat of run nndblpw ngrosossorO tbroat and blowing noses Spring gentle spying got a thaw on yourself Kesri York nn A Puzzle Vormo Indiana 1Ofttmiuiter A letter mailed at West Point Ind la now in tho Lntajoito joofl1oitll dressed thus What though tl bow bo high as any liionufoiu rhut 4liougli tho sleet Dud rain in tprtreuts pour much that mirth would txym like one vast fuuutain No uliittcr With this totter swift Jy Sour to Mr Gttribaldi D HcGiuniH whom rancor whispers ifwolk oil itarwell place AtJD implies his middle uaiuo is Deuuvn this pointer use hint Whereabouts to trueelssdian apolis Snu Getting Even With JtlnW Hazell had a good jOkp otj my coal tqau today I told him 1irnda pretty heavy teal bill and bo dieput kl NnttDld yonprovo it to him Hujrcl You bgfc I told hitb to AVotgh it ou His own 5cules Truth GEMS OF THOUGHT TIre soul on oiirth ffsO immortal guest Hannah Moro CJon8tMit tbonghfc yjll overflow fn jwopda uncouficfbasiy Byron iNo uiight nor grcatncts can censure eicapo Back wounding calumny the vhitcet vrtostrLtThcckospcnroli- cbyfOn1 crii tdciK ve aTO tt rII 1itti rim was a ala nal tlir Ovrtotia When tbo txvanio Sliw citing to CastorU When abc lAd ctrDt1reosabcgratbcut Coasorle TABLSRS BUCKEYE ILB OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IB yoarsaotho OEST REMEDYfOF PILELj I SOLD BY ALL BKUGOI8T8 P sect Ch53 a erLe Every rcrson bigllvlrold youH black or whIte rich or jrooi wIth Jinn ISedyI Itobertfioji Drufs ta k1 0 1 SJ t J FOR 1003 If you pky now1 you can ge youi Jaunty Papcr the NEWSLEThDER i FOR ONE YEAR i X r 5i JNeWMnaiem t New Features New Dress f f t1f ii IesyrrArY SpicyIJflVllUi IJflVllUiIfidepeildent T i t And an Iridcspcnsiblc vis tthy Heipus Household s with your dollar and we will give you a paper of which Washington CdtfSty wlll be proud i j i r tI4 i FOR 150v-o cili Bend you the IcEs LEADEunnil the Weekly Courier Journal for oho year NEWSLfcADFil and weekly Cpm racrcial for S1S55 NEWSLEADEH anil Cincinnati Enquirer for 51 35 NwSJiEADEflahid Cincinnati TIC eoWrekCommercJo1Guz cUe for 8105 Vail for rates on ohcr papersanti- magazines Comoin and see us or sentj in your moneyto E L DHVI80N JR jilt lEWSUUEB A bOJJ r e MELROY SEULIZ JU r FOSHARDWARJ 1 It p TINWARE STOV Tt bED OUll NEW LINE r ISisells Chilled Plows Brown Culii vators and Brown Double Shovels Buclieye and Meyers Force PuippSfr BICYCLES KND PISTOLS M CQuntry Produce taken iin Exchange fur Good i Tin R8 nkaidGutteringKr Specialty = See our STEEL RANGES and get our piice J BURTON B Jlt iIATh0 tE Jj JIM Burton GiC l BEN HAYDUN Sr Manager ITndortakors and FllnornllliroctOlt 0 Coffins CS1tEtSlEFi Robes Of all Kinds FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered A 1 f promptly nightor day t The services of nn EXPERIENCED EMB AL MEE a graduate from a scJipol off iemhalniiBg hayehoeu engaged r = ill 1 JU B U tTO if J O f wiH i c i Hagan Block Springfield Ky pPatr4nizf i F iii 7 Home Industry 7 BRING YOUR- II BILL HEADS i LETTER HEADS j NOTE HEADSjn lt ENVELOPES s t h INVITATIONS andet ii t Everything in the1 j r 1 4Printing LIne to u f yVe will do theworli quickly neatly and tIN THE LiTEeT tSTYLE I i THE NEWS LEADER GREEN APPLES DRIED APPLESWearc the cxportenofrfrledfntlt tile worM cad tlia ts gwt receverang IIhippeR of both giees sad dried appte Is the state acid get tile hIhet reertet pricri AU we uk Ii trial shipuseat to VIIfIl tttae lecta Steacija sent free ot ppllcallotl Wrlto ua for tenure information nod ship roar good to kcadqaartars W hai 1ihlac tae graM or prod ce Hue strictly II 11 HERNDONCARTER CO ICOfll AUII Llwln Ky 47u0 j k rf r Ttf NEWSLE ADEff I l Fi1BIMSLEADER =rjitisnip EYXY fiiixMii MbfcNjxo1 1 1i1l pft GPIELD c f for jn VMH IP f r l f TEETHI 1 EXTRACTED tl i WITHOUT t PAINy f Mr the UM of Vitalized Air Oaa and a Row Method ofm own 1 whlchleayeitobadelsoetsAritflalal t ij gradefc y Ixiono lilting tooth niarla tighti If mod at spudl ixpcnto iy llKiiwjK WonK and VnbWna a spttarllt fs l t l i1 t J JI FIRST CLASS WORK PRICES REASONABLE 1 J For the present will bo in J Hold tho flTHt Sprlngi iThursday nnd Friday r ninhtlisad lunger if work ia n plon1fOFFICE Over Post omco l tiMain offlco No 028f Fourth Avo II Ky rFR WILDER Dentist l A pRfJ RIN L HArr DFFICE HOURS z to 4 p mc Tuesdays and Saturdays S PRINGFIBLD KENTU SKY DR JrBR tOOP2R r1S drugorslain8tt SPIUNW1ELD KY A DRJ M BURTON DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN IIc j OrwcnII rtsaa Block over Mansfield k Bonn atorc SPRINGFIELD KY 2FOR l1 Meek1Urea T Qomietcial Red rs of thisPer Anyone Bonding us in a auhacrlptioo o thW pAper for ono year accompanied byS140thn regular subscilptlon price tn the ifswrtpBADRR will be Bent froo of charge fo theSII lAnlsrillo Weekly Omnrerctala largo tiKipIomu paper tilled with moro now thranyetbormotmpoliianweeklyAsilittiy FANCY BOY =First dam hy Star Denmark Jr Second din by Gaines Denmark Third dam by Four Mile Den Rrifk V Do WIB jircd by Blood rule Blood Chtet wi sired by Happy OrosB PAN COAST FIst da J by Wilkes W Second sum by Judge Wicklifl- orancoaat record 221 j EnncoRBt by Woodiord Mumbrino 22It First dum by Jlicara dam by Uarold sire of Maud S 2083- Pjincoast sired Patron Putron sired Alix Alix fastest trotter in the worln FANCY BOY and PANCOAST atwallS7 EACH CULPM iljHilj 4r i Jr K Y no i r rt r HSqVT TOiAiN Wanted 60 highestrmarket price paid McChprd Rob lertson We yet have a largeBtpck ofv cloth Mansflelda SpFlngflsld IIflS J good photo r grapher There is a good opening here for the right man- LosTCertificate i No 17 series A Home Savings Building Loan Aaso elation J N SAUNDERS Prof Gabbys school closed Its reg ular Cession last week He Is now conducting normal school IWANtED50OOO pounds of wool Highest cash price paid for name CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN IThe Dorcas Society of the Presby strawberryIcream Sunday school room one day next week We now make darjjommer cut prices in dress goods We have a largo stock of spring novelties in mohair serges Iand Henriettas All to go at onethird oft former price at Mansfields J KThe telephone line to Tathara Springs and WiUisburg has been com pleted and guests at the Springs cana nowhello with Springfield or Louis ville Here are your prices below all c3m petition We find too much gopdson hand and have decided to reduce prices onethird off just to make them go Mansfields MARRIED Oil Tueldiy evonW atT the residence of Mr So M Karrick F Vise Bertie Arnold and Mr Frtfnk Settles The ceremony was conduct ed by Rev Dnrrmo Mand dimlpesginghams figured duck dress gooda lawns Ipdia linens hosiery gloves Corsets all in eluded In this cut price qalo at Alans fields Work will begin at once on the con struction of the business block at the corner of Alain and Wall streets McChord Robertson will have a business house on the corner and Loyd Haydon will build one next adjoining of Spring cleaning In the house is im portant and to cleans the human or system is even more so Neat Laxl stive tones one up cleanses and regun late the bowel liver and kidneys For wale 69o a bottle by Haydon Robertson and Waters Browne on J The following gentlemen compose the grand jury for the present term on of court VT Sweeney F B Seay James Moran David Fitzgerald Henry Lawrence J B mil Thompson C Cloyd H M ONan Q T NealvW C pddleman F M Hill and Harrison Nally W The town trustees hvo passed an of ordinance making it an offense snbrject to a fine for any person within prescribed limits of the town to throw waste paper or trash of any kind into the streets This is a good move and will be the means of keeping our streets in a cleaner condition Decoration services under the flue pices of the Hevil Palmer Post will be held at the Springfield cemetery and at St Rose on next Saturday beginning at 1 oclock Justice Harlan and T Major W J Lisle will make addresSesfA and all exFederal and exUonfeder ate soldiers are invited to participate in the eierqisefl Before the opening of court last Monday a large crowd in attendance in tho Court House were treated td two speeches of the free silver variety from Judge Patterson and W H Sweeney Both gentlemen are forci i ble and attractive speakers and their talks on the silver question were woll received by the audiencel Jim llardcaty who shot and badly wounded another negro Tom White by name along about OhrifitmaiijMe C last year was tried in the Ckcaft Court last Tuesday The evidence went to show that tho shooting waS a rather malicious piece of business and I the Jury seemed to be of that opinion a and brought in a verdict of two years in the penitentiaiy f Dr Wi Swell hoof the unsavory reputation who was indicted at the last meeting of the grand Jury on a murder charge the result of an abor tion conjmitfed on a young woman ort the county has made himself scarce He was under a bond of 81000 hi cash but as the time for his trial approached the doctor thought no doubt that ho could live happier in freedom without his thousand than behind the bars at Frankfort 00when his case was called 1In court this week he failed to respond present His bond has been forfeited and tfJP communityia fortunately rid of a scoundrel Th cklen Arnica Salve Tho Lest naive in the world for cuts hrnlscH worcx ulcers salt rheum rocrl rorcs totter Rl uppc i linntln clUlJnf1 corns nnilnll nktn eruptions and ponl lively cures pun or no Spay ro ulrck It is guaranteed to give Kntlqfactidn or ntoncvrefundcd Fire 2C per 1J4at J18 J11UIIi lf7UflP 1I- r PERSONAL =Miss Louise Sanders is expected home Saturday F111 Hardin of Bloomfield was In town Monday cape John amltuv or LQfflimJloi iff hero for a visit to relatives Miss Spalding of Bardatownia visiting bliss Bertha Haydon jj E L Davison Sr from Louia villa was here the first of the week Major Lisle and Sylvester Russell of Lebanon are attending court hero this week =Representative W H Morgan of the northern part of the conntyi was in town Monday v Miss Carrie Selecman left this morning ior a vIsitto her friend Miss McGoodwin at Bowling Green Mr James T Ewingj of Louisville came in Tuesdays forn shdrtvlslt to his fatherinlaw E BBrowrte Mrs R A McElroy and little daughter have returned from apro tracted visit to relatives In Iowa John W Corley the man who sells shoes one of the oldest knights of the grip was doing the town yesterday j Miss Nettle Logsdonof St Marys Miss Lily Lanham of Lebanon who visited Miss Margaret Haganlast week have returned home Mr Ernest Mansfield loft Wednesday as a delegate to the YPS CJE convention which takes place at Pa dHcab beginning Thursday and lasting several days The following r rtr took a trip to Springs Tuesday Mtaees a1ellIrssandDr Cooper =Mr James Noe and Miss Cora Vanarsdale T Jv Miller and Dills Lnla Campbell R C Craycroft and Miss Mnt McElroy of this place attended the hop at Tatham Springs llast night AX ORDINANCE At a meeting of the Board ot JrOa teesiof the town of Springfield Ky held at the business house of Thompson Clements in the above named town May 23 1890 the following ordi nance was passed The Board of Trustees of the town Springfield Kyj do prdain as follow That any person throwing dirt trash of any dcscriptlon or sweep ing or throwing same from their busi houses or residences upon any of the sidewalks or streets within Eh9 following boundary yb Beginning and including Main street from crossing of Walnut street corner of warehouse of McChord d Robertson one side and residence of J G Mansfield on the other to crossing of Doctor street cornerof residence of 0 McGill on one side and Isaac Curry on the other and beginning on and including Main Cross street from the alley corner of law office of John Lewis on one side and rc idonceI Mrs Muratta on the other crossing shall upon conviction i thereof be fined not less than tlveii dollars nor more than ten dollars for each offense This ordinance to take effect oil and after its passage and publication ARl SnuiJZj Chairman Attest H R THOMPSON Clerk BT IIConII chcrs certificates will occur this year for white toachurs briJuno 6 dud 818 and 20 July 17 and 18 and August 21 apd 22 j and for colored teach ors on Friday and Saturday following each of these dates On consultation the State Board of Examiners decided tsend questions fur examination of applicants foe state certiflcatea along with the questions for the first exam nation in June The old law whichI required it will be still in torte at that time Exainination for gradua conrsewUIcomeday in Juno which this year falls on tbli 25th McKenna Whiskey This celebrated brand of whiskey keep for sale at my bar and make specialty nfit for iamily and for mfdicinul user tf C AvTIlOMPSON flood Old Gtnrniy Mctuilf 80 years old living at 018 Moiiroostrcct IfldticaliKy Kiytrthat Ilr hells rhioTiir honey In trioilenk grin cube ottgly lurnndbronchiat rolnedy that been ollcred durint her life Ciuaratitccd by all dean ors horKilo liy Hayden d KobortHon How tor Treat a Wife from PacI c Uealtbou ial IFlist get wife second bo pnUontYoH Imny huvv Rtcrtt trial and perplexities In youbttsittestbut do nut tliorufonj carry to your homo a cloudy or contract cd brow Your wlfq may have trials which though of leaS iu KriItude mny bo hiird fur to bear A kind word a tonil6r look will do wonder in chasing from her brat all clouds of glpott1I lilA Uo Add AlUdAii LMP n UffortF ChamhorlnhtsCough IJomCc1tb tho house It Is the Ito and ia urn to lie nilIeLla Klalt tuitrvtct1 IlicrLcstlilt IfI j a r Originators of Low Prices 1 l a is f BARGAINS i THIS WEEK i r= AH wool Dress Gds 5c yard Wash Goods all kinds c eap We sell Summer Underwear cheaper than you can buy it in this town Belts Fins and Parasols all thelatest Slippers 50c ito Sl OOpr pair Lace Qurtainsi ours cant be beat j inl JG Corsets T5c worth 8LOQl Laces and Embroideries ft Ienfi Shoes forSIOO t f Suit of Clothes 3 others a k5 Pants 35 cents others ask 75 cents J Shirt Waists with Bishop Sleeves 50c Menfs Sweaters 25c Belts 60c Best pleach Cotton MasonviJle Fruit of the Loom Lonsda a 7c yard Calico 3Jc j Remember jTeviII save you at least 5 per cellt on all the goods yon want ii Call and we will eon vince you FINE TAILOR MADE CLOTHING agents for M Born Co and Lamm CqH r IWeare Taylors who guarantee their work iri every respect in workmanship fit and prices Come irk and see their samples before buying READ1MADEGLOTHING 1 We carry the largest stock shown m town We arp overstockd right now andnVo will sell you a suit for almost your own pricei SHOES OXFORD SLIPPERS Our stock of Mons Womens and Childrens Shoes is corn plete Mens liuttw Shoss Black and Tau Mens Lace Shoes Black and Tan Mbns Low Shoes Black and Tan Womens Button Shoes Womens Tiara Shoes Womens Ox fords dVomhns Slip ers hUdres Button Shoes Oxford and Slippers We bought our shoes at LbJv prlces atLd we offer special indaceinenta 1n prices f IJIRESS GOODS iiud JtjC EESS TRIMMINGSf We aka still keeping pour stock of Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings ndwd can suit you from the cheapest Surges Mix lures etcJj to the very nue Parisian weaves Come in and ex amino pur stock ndgtt prices W LL PAPER Dont forget we are Headquarters for everything In Wall Paper ClRPETS AV MATTINGS The speclarprlees we have been making on Carpets has in creased our sales one hundred per cent If you need anything in tnls department take advantage of our low prices atZo ice EVERY DEPARTMENT- We will maketbe lowest prices in each and every department for the next Thirty Days that was ever made on eqiial Values We have the goods wd must dispose of tbem We wait money and are compelled to have it thcreforo proftifl will not be considered when OIFILaJjnNNi GH li DUNCAN + Summer Noveltiesi Cowe Styles Right Ricer EVOf J1ythi1g Frash anil Ngw tlraiItCrwhitor Bettakuhea Wbite Collars and Cutts White Kill lovelltft blpokt llantlkerchierNull r Ladies Muslin Underwear they are well mode and fit nit right salt and see theme 7ur great specialty Is the Y B CORSET Try one atylesofi We have just received a fresh lot of Summer iJoveUiei m Tiifi AVnsn Goads for dresses and waists r Ladles tcute Vests from 5e to Tirci C t t 1ans from 5cent s u S l 50 Cull and fieathe S eclull Loir Prices we sro making oft WaQftrlllr Drees UooiaMCHogp S ROBERTSON lbHNW GRUME BRd f LEKDING LtY6RV1CeN J L6JiXNONc KY y t TABLpEldlbAVeauo Dud M ulbOfry l5rIv Back of Norris Houses t GOOp VEfilCLEB PIRSTCCASS HORS Special Rates to Commercial MenSafer andRera 8DriletW Washington Country Trade Solicited p SPRINGFIELD l SAW AND PLABIHG MH i MARKS ChBEBNI Biropfi J t V 71 MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IK r a I All kinds v of Rough and Pressed Liumbei Lathes MonldlnfsjCffr1 ings Frames Sash Doors Blinds Tobacco Hojshciiiii Cypress Shingles Acme Cement Plaster ti f t Bill Stuff cut to order on Shot Novice filches Citsb Pr1e t j paid for all kini d1of Logs CaU and see USani gstkprict l t OliIce and Yard Jockey Atenw Bktweei Jiii Iii Iiuriltv J Ughtnlng Hot Drops What b FAnnY Nimbi Very True but It Kill All PIn Sold EYryharts EvUY Car Without Rellvf Thar Is tiPar KiithcrlandSi KnBle Eye Sfllvo is ltnhrtment o i in U o world for any an kinds of sore eye klh dlncascn eV r and Kun kneed to curo hy all dcalo put up In tiijHt at ffiicjoncli For sale b II Haydou A IUbortjcm Druggists PLYMOUTH ROCKS PlYMdUfUrROCKSr EXCLUSIVELY I kayo some very fine cockerels and pullets for sale at a reasonable price Also eggs iin seasipn Mits I oNrt Springfield Ky A now theory In tho treatment n Cfit1tthflunJml bronchial Jirftxjtlniis bus thal e manufacture of Dr l JlJnq Tar liQUcv1 It jS tciily- a wiMiUwrill rcincnly All dealers HoHlt- In poujtjvS Riiirantoe Forj by llayUon tt itobortann Dru Hlntai Dr Bolls Ant Pain cures diarrhoea unit nummer complaint cramps colic slid pains by healing tho Inllanmuitloni It iiiUp fermentation ah l ttUOA Jut mediately sill danger of fevers isaxoMQd by Its use iV and boo bottles eru ntant lcd by nil dealers Fur sale by ltl don A Robertson Dr hells Pino Tar Honey Is different from oil bilwrtongli itnuillf e 1C11rra by allnytnR the InnHininnllon nndglv Inft tote btronBth vigor and vltnlltyto the roapltnryorunns Guaranteed by nil dealers For sale at Hoydon it Robert sun Druggists 200 A VISIT rrlfa ta ldnn nasal fee A ti 50 cent wOe Neats Laxative WUrnttYtemIJt aodMrten ItIcure DnJll 00 fiftnltnJJrrr nt i ft1pattoa itcdaclryt nl qnd aareorIanldrH tlaCieMUAt r land rrllawe tttJIIefr wurtlrugI ri font IrulltarotwtatloaIHrafftl 1NUt IAlIAf1MECIlitlt JI r 1Cup t hfweonev 18 A tkf i eCO itf 018t13ttuSbJlobt Catarrh ne lftlyIJf the first medicine I hate Moot feafsl that would do mo ant Jrnodt rrlw Iur lrfee4 liIWllcr1abrII5fck f SSbrpabebtamelts4 L4 eJefClG iwJtncb hAd Ba awii LSlfierl tiy l Now la the tine to subscribe for Jthe NEWS TRADER onlyfl eat ELGIN BO II14klJUT atALWOIt 8lrCd by AJffKtM v ANTEROS tho lIra of Atltldotft 2J10j fnr nOM aiOi Major floss iiiJipV Morrison 2nni Kf also sire oMen trottertJ fttl six JJcena First dam Nelly by Blao Bull T3lr j NtJlY tho dam of lflrln JiEtJstfy KHclrif Klgln Girl Legal gin andothers wIUiis t trials J d1Jdbklf by Ifettilb Whip Third l rul1iM by Old cedarrr lQh Pam ONlSpll by Tuekahoe This colt cdlBbrDeAtbe oMotlt two of the worlds greatest sires v andthree das Ila the grafttbroodi mare listGreen Mouotala MsMi being dam of Waud nine 4an bt 135 Oolttmblno daro WMk grand dam of 21t Nellie pia oWIL r dam having a colts Hd10 grMtH colts inI t 8p or better This fel J low haa Individuality well M l pedigree f 10 911ISCU 1 UYINSC4ST = W J RAYBWPHIE WackviHe K i Whenever too littk chlldrenUio tads Jca or the big men want eon tldng teregulate their liver or cure constloattoR ylfTablets in rliKt they must line TIlNyf cute and you never falit Ierslytrrer iotAhlt SV n r1trrwor1 llor tad ht Itajon dI Koborjvon UfUffK lafm Rattles UVH iNrcwte iIrchtle8ikthe iNk tiMt to aa np tyeaorsFtat co4Iid ul frau Alsrfcct9rtr Lircuk 4 Ir r2 T rr 1j i i e IlL g f L THE NEWSLEADERwi P c A SOH INLAW3 CHANCE a KIN Jted fcat Got a Chase I MIe Wwsclf SdKiBkw It he said as be ClUed iim ito tile library ao4 locked the door jom tenre lived with ae now for oror LItYy lir fealLtbat tln I b Yeat liked yon jpwaTfcr 1toMd1tt0 rIn iBmll jo r Uttk finally qowrela IcI ralwayj takes yosr partmad dedc Sa ye torAayF MP Zk4Ye e1H paid a cyouibflIs Tye hays SIr AM ia eTery way helped yoa to got iTrai pp iYyo haTe been very kind IIr IkaTe tried to bo xny boy and I thick yo appreciate iU IiI dot eir lien tho small favor I am going to uk will no doubt be grunted It will Ilr rIIThanks KindJy tell your mother ialaw thai the seat checks for the Preach ball which she picked tip fur ny room thin morning tvero dropped out of yoor pocket and teH call it equate IiTrmtk v Aik1n a hnJr It faatlatMtten the custom in a ocr tate establishment in the north to pay tbo wtrkers fortnightly and the work meu havinjj found the custom somewhat inqcuTcnient it was decided to send a delegate to lift toad of the flruj to tato their fftarace Au IHshinaii named t Dan B gained for lila sagacity and per tuzivowert was selected for the task He drifj waited oa the muter who ad dressed hint thus Well Daniel what can we do for you this morning If1ee utJr Ive been sint as a 1 fliligat ftey tbo TTorkera to ask a favor of je itfjuflln thovpaymint of oar IIwage Yes Ad what do they desire qnerIedthsaster Well MT it is the desire of mesilf anditigalaotheaMlrooflyerymnnlnthe fortnight pay every wockTitBlta- a prnlated OcJlna It Jnst occurred fo sne1 said thi Bmart young man who sometimes drops into the newspaper offices to impart a J t bright idea that the dog show la a howling racccss I I am glad to bear it replied the man at tho desk I was fearful itIIai would be a failure Been attending fUlIt the otherOh BO rejoined was tbiakiBg it would bo a good WilY L IniiifIJI JOB havent been attending it how do you know it isa finccessS Maybe yon didnt understand mo I caid it wae a howling success See BmyliBi Dont you catch on interposed the s exchange editor Hes trying to give yon a poister about the dog show And its what I collie good on added tho men wba writes np the cI Ikioo Market I should think youd beagle get a littlooateido help II spoke np the xnuawho grinds out the insurance newlAnd when be Dunes to com tell yon about it himrelf chimed tho aa who ckopa oet the board inl trade report it ooght to a cur to you that 11JItho maa who keeps truck of the stock Market to runner bound and give yon If1ffi MlflBflttDflM IlIa DUS nn ll the idea Ho didnt tterrierl infinite oa tho way II Bes aoalf a bull too tI observed the maa who dishes up the railway news Geatkaten II said the caller pale IftIJ He went away and for the pac rfjj fivo minutes nobody spoke The SHiart young maO had paralyzed themChij cago Tribune A 8 ent oat I Brow Cant think how that charm lug woman can eo oad of that old idiot Lcr LnotaucU 3onesWtl1power my boyl Pick l Up Wtwt Sbo DUoarercd- Cbariey is tender hearted taM yonng Mrs Torkins to her husbands friend jg ho uYes Last night when he came homo late I hoard him tell somebody who had walked that far with him that the kitty was doing welL Just think of a pan aa busy as bois taking so much interest in a poor dumb animaL Waehisctoa Star ak1ir nlm Vscful Hn magninWhat time does the Yapbank1I Ive toM ytm that six imes vithfn on hour Mrs Cumagain Yes I reckon yuhaw bat my little boy likoa to hear you talk Say it again please Now York World H Would Not UDdelj1t00001 devstaed but Icant mafeo him under fland anything the mean old thing Bottoa Courier TiiIibYun VI heir that DobV baby is a littl ko cf athluj Dues it cry such vWitkaU its iaIteDetroit Free NI 7 Slierlff1s Sale f FOR THxesOn Monday June 22 1890 The same being County urt Day I will offer at the Court Houijovdoor In Springfield Ky to the highest bidder following described property or 80ll thereof an will pay tho takes and duo mo as Sherllt of Vis lnRtql County Ky frontthe persons InVhqad natnp said property listed for taxcVfor the years and amounts set tonpotKtp their names LVlo Got 10 acres of land In district i No 4 for tU5 f2 40 and cost 4jtAxl o4j4j l j in No 4 tax due for 1KO0105 1301 cost t Robert Goodlott 17 acres of land In district No 4 tax duo for 18W 354 Cost RridlI John Lambert 5 acres ofland in trict No 5 tux due fur lb44U4t8 and COat John D Lambert ffl acres of land InI district No 5 tax duo for 18W 382 and cost II D PratberU acres oi hunt in dis trict No 4 tax dun for 1895 fZ3tf and cost Wm Simpson 7 acres of land In ills trlct No 4 tax duo for 135 and cost Trent Ruth 20 acres of land In district No 4 100 tax and cost 475 Elliott llqlra acres of land Indlstrict No 6 8180 tax and cost fo60 JOHN T CRAYCROFT StTY C L ILL llajcrii Ri rsw A At A I 4I I FREE 1 S 34We V bare mode arrangements 1for a limited number of year 2 ly subscriptions to the I LADIES 1 if 1 Itl HOME 1 IDEALI t B S An illustrated monthly magazine published ChJcfjtG anti S containing Stories Skefchcs S b V nnelcvcrythingintercstmgJor g tIg the NTJWSLEAPEK who pays g- g One Dollar Cafija in odviince g we willsend tIh18 m1gazine t9 0 any address ADSOLUTIILY- JKEg 111Our tif numbcris limitfd undyIi v first come first sepjtcd Address all c fflmunicaiipnsi t E l DAYlSOHOR 1UitL1thIEit v7AJRtJt rv Necessarily Slow An eight yearold Sn Fatel boy was being lecture on obediencc IIuSt q iiJi7 lIEolil you iknlit eJuld ililY with he Wilncn boj till 5 oclock aaiil ins mother Hero ills 7 and you nre just home Why didnt you come lien 1 told you 1 did mamma Dont tell trie a fiilgehood Why 4idut come home at 5 oclock I started h6mcat bfT- hon vgu stoppeii to pboflhi way l 44No mamma sure 1Jldnt Do you expectt me 19 beleive that it took you jhyo tons to walk haifa mile 1 think 1 shaH Jnvp to punish you lor telling mo false hoods t 51oclock51 kitchen antltooktIiwn a whip lie turned pale and tears welled up in to his eyes Howsir will ou tell moth truth Yees raimran jGharlJQ Wilson pave me a mud turtle and i was afraid to carry itso I led it home San Fra11ciscoPo t Ramotfs Nerve and Bone Oil cures Rheumatism Cuts Sores Burns nni Bruises for 25 o liTIn i 6n le out of a loon arc InrV IIiln says it rottnt mo Iial ntiUicirUy At Iciist eight out of these ton it In safe tort of Aycra Siirsnpaipi wotflji b Mire to cure rucn dfttdtBjWit juUl t- Lp o LOUISVIIilBiLIVB r k1t hJtr CATrL Extrn Shippinjjik 3 dOa 3 Light hJppingM 355a 3 Best butcli6rar 3 BOa 3 80I Fair to good butchers 3Qa 35 Com to mefliumljDtchcrs iSOa 3 Thin rongiTeerfl pdofv cows arid ecalawags 1 60a 2 00 Good to extra oxen 2 75a 3 25 Common to medium oxen 2 OOa 2 Feeders good to extra 3 40a 3 60 Feeders common to med 3OOa 3 20 Stockers good to extra 2ISa 3 25 Stockers com to medium 220a 2 Bulls good to cx rt275a 3 25I Veal calves350a 6 00 Extra cows 35 Choicemilch cpweM 200033000 Fair to good milch cows 12 00a20 90 08 Choice packing aridbatch t ers225bto300lb3 lOaSd Fair to good packing 180 Ib to 225 Ib u 3 15a3 20 Good to extra light 160 Ib to 180 Ib JJ 03 W 23tii SHEEP AND LAJIE3 Good to exult sheep abipi plngJ2 75a3 00 Fairto good 2 25a2 50 Common to medium 1 50a2 Bucks1 75a2 Etra spring lambs 5 JXa5 2 Fair to good spring 4 50a5 00 common to butchera apring 3 75a4 i2 Culls aOOa3 50 Fflll IflfflMr lw 2Oflll 00 Free Turnpikes Tho Harrcdsbur D mocral sajs hIt will be remembered tbat Fayette county recently Bop uyofflto 8t Ha tp pikes ill that cuuniy for the pur pose ot mBkb thEm free The other day tbe Fiscal Court begat to gett a real taste of the cost oJ handling this now investment of the count vAn appropriation 546tzcas iiiade for spreaiding 78o rods of rock on the turnpikes owned by the county an average of St 20 per rod the work bavinp been allotted to small bidders ali over the county the acceptec pippbsals running from 650 to 3 per rodi This is nlasthai1 part of all the roads of Fayettc- tfuutyj and thav enier of Blue grass vrealtli has no morturn pike mileapethan Mercer county Wnen Tavettes Fiscal Court buys all the roads of the county pays for building and repairing brides making culverts and superintending tbe roads it will have been demonstrated tbatthe free turttpikes are a heavy bur den even lot a rich community to shoulders This burden must be bOrie by tbetaxpayer white the Itinerant loafer the peren nal drummer and tile wandering visitor of every kind ridig Iron iree II The ipaarwho loses nn arm or a leg n Knndor n fcJothas 42 1 different varieties of Artificial limbs oiiuicmbora at hit command Advertising device have rccolml much attention at tho hands of the In Teuton there being 4022 patents taker out io this hue Tbo American hourcnvifo ought to make good preserves fcf thisrt is covered by 1541 pateuts cither of appli nuceacrof methods St Loniu Globe Democrat THINGS OF f3EAUTYI For Eiriclling zits and menthol pen cUuro holder of cut glasa on silver m ruts UniftjAlA nAWHlfia llicnl chide flower nrnll other bola in square oval and diamond Khnpen Tortoise thollconibs with 8CDl Ct bands pro iilorb than ever in demand now that the iwiupadour noiffuro iu zri viyed Tho now chatelalno thug nmdoiol various klntlrof fuucy cloths niiH fihiiw trig silver mounts la a thiugfpr use well as bounty Thochatolalno phi pains luropnliirity and is dovotcd to useful aif well an puro Jy decorative pendants such as n vatbli IJnnifi pencil lalilot kiiifeaud 6cisKor QuA ufiiv lut he aeKlcuaLIo crushed tnorcxx6 Is a soft cornflower Line dUd there Iii also a gray Rtcpu toue which ia most delicate when mounted wjth en umolfd fiilverrJewoJers1 Circular To jato Lore Jx Ifjhtpns last abt nn tbo night of Ills death was to dictate n letter for publication exf ressing hIt thniiksJcr thgnuniorouHcongratuintiouH ho hunt received on his elevation to tbb peerage John H Cotiltcr bnercslgnccl tbo pact ideucy of akb Forest university to boo prpfeEsorcf botany in tho Uui Tersity of Chicago which has been en towed with 1000 000 for tire botan ical department Dr William Seward Wobhjvho by the way Jp known ad colonel iu Ver mont being a member of tbo military stuff of the Green Mountain State has been elected governor of the Society of Colonial Ware in Vermont A sect in the Punjab worshiped a deity whom they called Kikkal Sen TliJs Nikknl Scb was no other than the rcdtubtcd General Kicholsou and noth ing that the geusrnl could do or say damped the enthusiasm of hilt adorers Grand Duke Michael Michaolovitch of Russia hod boon pardoned by tho czar H6 was exiled for marrying tho Conntess von Torby a dnughvr of Prince Nicholas of Nassau by his mor ganatla marriage with rnshkins daugh ter I OVERWORK INDUCED Nervous Prostration Comjileto Eecovory by the UM of ers 8 rsapariiI Soiiia years ago us a result of too ntt hiluu Iy lnitliiut jny hvnltli fuHfiU 1 became wcnk uOrvons wns nniililu to look nfttr my Jntonsts unit niryHfeiJcil sill the ayiiiiifoins of a 11cj din ltuuk three bottles of Ayers Baraajmrillu begun tp liuprovo at nceJ H snil proHnnlly intrcnacil nit weight from Olin linudrcil nm tIt livo tq two ll1ulllr III1JlO11 Slhrtiicn afnl my fatnlly havtr tills tnedi inn wlirn needed nntl wo ata nil lntltn hnst or health n fact which rtttrHmtn to Ayors Sir nfl t11la I Iwllare my chil circa would hnvu boon fjiWrlnsH toilny had 4t notl cn fdr Aycrn Sat nimrllln of vhlcli prc Qmtlon Xhtui t ra y too iundiITi 0 JIivsov Tosiuflstcr aiul Planter Ivinanlx S C Ayers tiSarsaparillal MEDAL WORLDS FAIR AYERS Pills Save Doctors Bills A doctorH visit costs nt leant 3iOO bc sides tho presoriptlon A sue iwttlo nl XratH laxative Iii Iho bonito will nvo you mnny doctor but Ay in JcI- Ctlo It al viys usctiit For sale drugists Mr DPlavi fiprcmllwmt livery nmu and tncrolmnt of OClf4hon VttJia tills to tiny tiir the suliject of rhouinn tuumuI tfiko plcftMiirc in rernmniondlii Cbamborlulns Pain Unl Tor rltcunm tLsniihH I know rrom personal expori cnco tlmlitwill iloftll that ia cluiined for It 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its pttt ujjIn tulictuind bold on u Knarantcc by 3H dealcra Iflrir suloby llavdon A Itobcrtson Drvggista r i itgincdics fur Qntworms 1 1 At this season Qtttho yearcut worms do moro or Jlesj damagc to neatly all crops peciaHyto tomh Iroes Dl1gcs and corn When evcrsod or grassy lam is Idft until fepriD before beinG plowed any crop which 1ny bo planted such land vril bo considerably damaged by cutworms The reason of this is that the Worms are nearly full grown iin the spring yet they need one goodl meal before forming into pupae a short time after which they conic forth as night flying moths The Hie history or the cutworms iis about this The moths lay their eggs rt grass throughout the sum utter months nail alter a few days licse eggs hitch into malI worms which feed upon tho grrt 3Thc orins cast ofi their skin from time to time to acc moltto their increase in size and during tho cooler weather ol winter go deeper in the ground bemj dormant for a while if thee thor is very cold Upon the approach of srinltthei yo m8 come tor th for a finishing touch of growth ami soon form pupae in the ground just below the surface Some time Rafter title tho moth arc produced l and after mating tho females lay the eslqr anpthir trootf Uljli most afccles there thus but GaO broodaycttr Most farmers are beginning tii realizp the logos of fall plowing andman15 liinil espec ially ia i fall it will i1jJ11 tllglIfljf Uf EUli Worms iiid other inaccls on ehch land the following A goodlremedy for killing out the cutworms in the garden 18to make up a mixture consisting ior a quantity of bran or cornmeal moistened with water ttp which added a little Piiris greet and a little molasses or8Ugatttpgive fin Sweetish taste It 6 igrocn that kills thcwo itrsho tld be mixed tith so InJto have a uiiforiiVvjni ture A spoonful of thIs mixtuTe sTroujd be placed pear tho plnnts just before night on tho diy the pLinta are sel out Tim cutworms workat nighl 40 INfI4I4lf tl nile will bckilhd by eating of the ppisaned mixture Ida much bctoJ tbri hoycvcr to plaro the mixture nbout m Tariuus parts ofa fildr few diyffbcjlnre pluming as it will then kill oft tho worms before lOy- j damage iis done IIE WEJD- Eatomolosist Miss Ex Station Agricultural Goll6gcriliss s BimleltcVAfirricuHnrftl llints This inOnth is a good time to raj tho interest on your mortgage and renew the note you gave a year ago It is a130 a pretty iroou tlmeja taket It UHO IJICIII liUUU UIJIU U 11IIU up the notes you ur wittingly gave to the cloth peddler lust year under the impression that you Vrereonly digning a contract Oats thrive beat in an elevator 4Iii titier who hits thirty ithousand bushels ofontsi y an Elevator need not worry ubiut the weather Al wlya raise oats inn eood elevator and keep out ofn deal with tin Chicago man Look after the bean poles you hlHIIlelt over tcnm just yeaij You will look alunwtnnb lore finding any They Ktive Bon partially illtfl thfl illflAtlillouUlA1 Ol illflnll dcyouring fire wince nud the pe5gh- bora i huve stolen the rest Raise chickens if you hiVe n nice little gar Jen by nil nicfiH raise chicktris 1our hcighbors liens are the best ones to raise Vou will find them from 530 a m until 2Opmou youilettnqe a v ourfIJnt un titan anihJng die W Alwnyoett 1h0hiyoul raise l ljCiitiktbebcn before eatin- gPSSTlnttis befora eating the herj Crush Qgg shplla and feedthcra IIto your own chickens if you nre dseIthe shells first t lwIll cjjish mote easily Eternal vigilance istho price of potato crop About ten hours u- r Uy devoted to crfthinK potato hug will lprobably sayo the upper uarl rf the patch for ouny the fjrai you dig tho i6tatoes you wilt bo 8 iisted with everything pcrtiin1 II1Is to pot i to culture that ym couldnt look Ji potato in the cy without n feeling of nausea and for caltnjj Onebut this enablcf you to sell the wljolb bushclwjth out a pangTBiirlinglon Hawk Eo Yf68RJWNS IHOfBITTERS atree 1iiigvstbau nl1lollsn nyareictAuIul- flit ereOuriiesflOd rictiernl 1HMt oans tc It 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