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iJEr Meet ry Thursday eight rCATHOLIC CHURCH l 4 Rev P P Honm y Pantrir Services evrry SiiilJay tSiflli oclock a Wi Serric- etc3liloutuiobous ff FRATERN1U ORDERS t 5a3LAsOIc LnnasjSprinsflcld lodge No 50 mwtfi oecond MoncVv la each month- f WashlnRton RO Chapter No 27 meets t every tbird Tne1 vcSprlDJqe1 Cooiwil No 52 moets every fourth Monday it V Kxionrn or HOSOP Meets every second and fourth Monday In each month I 1h KSIODTS eFTnE MACAI3IESMCCt every I first Wednesday of each mouth 44 z J COUNTY DIRECTORY l 0iROurr COURT A fl ircuit Court begins on the fourth Mon 4u3r 1 FelnulT31Jay and QeJ4r C Pattenon 1UdgC iVpSweeney CnmtaonwcalUi Aj rnay ClerkIF MJCnmpbcll T W Shnnis Kastor Commissioner r QURTVRftV CQJlRT Quarterly CoyrtUtcld on tbo third Mon t 4y in January April lIlYAnd October 4 o j JACIWThom l J 3If f CQUrT UT Conn Cutuiecth on the ourth tv jn4acbmouth JTackW Thompson Judge FHobkerr County Clerk JH rhnrman Cojinty Attorno- R 8mitb Jailer J T Craycroft BherJB t 4TRThurmauS r 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ilropp 11 fu lines to tel vu wen did yu expeckt the 1st kar lode of free Silver also whare wud itt b distribbittit at i heerd tel that bil Swinney was er gon to bee the feller wot dun the dishin out also how much is every feller goia to gilt and better i bring a Spring waggin please ask gym JFillups ifvb0 won s bunnerd bushel number one Whete at 2 Hollar 55 cent a bushel yores as ever Bill baggs 11NUTSANdEI dont see whai jb1 Springfield has dune that the gbpd people of our quiet town should be inflicted with suclra pestilence as swas turned loose in Our midst last Sunday oo4he arrival of that negro skursibn from LpnisvillQ It was a motley crowd composed for the post part of negro tpuglis both Louisvilletthe majority Of them being too tough for our local colored folkii to claim acquaintanceship with Springfield nevermade any pre tehtions towards being a pleasure resort nor a picnic grounds and wo could well dispense with Such visitations as that of Sunday lastjj jl SENSIBLE VIEW Speaking klof the waler works and elec tric light question 1 hnrd aman about town take a position while tbe matter was being discussed j which I think a very reasonable one He said Yes 1 am jrftlog to vote for the appropriation VSrt hesiiatHd scmre aoIdt tot pa5 much tax and I did uotI know whether or not it wiiuld be iho proper thingf to vote fur something which the big taxpayers would have to pay but in looking around 1 find that nearly every large tax paver inC town is right in for the improve wools That settled it in my mind I thought iif tbe meu who pay the biggest part of the taxes of the town wanted the tbing that we poor devils wbo dout pay much tax and at the same time Set the benefit of the improvements ought surely to vote font ThEY ARE FORITThe aver- ageI colored citizen of this town is not slow to appreciate o good thing when he sees it An example of this is shown by the favorable way in which the water works proposition is received by the colored voters An im promptu meeting was held the other night at which the queJc ton was discussed and explained to qui e a crowd ot colored folks and the expression from them was almost unanimously in favor of the improvements There is little doubt but what the colored vote at tbe election next Saturday will go almost Solidly forI tbe water works and electric lights The colored residents of the town have been assured thatI they will be given as much hen cEll oT light and water as tbcir white brother and in th3 build ing of the plants many a good colored man now out of work can find several months of em ployment at good wakes Vote for the enterprise the dear things have done YESI I knew they would if the bcrrid men would only let them alone And they aid with ease what a whole blundering Ohio Legislature accomplished with difficulty A womans Coa gress iid California decided that a reform theater hat was necessary When a Mary Ellen Lenso member jumped to her J Sf and announced that she was in favor Of abolishjbg the bat for theater wear altogether some of tIle aiora conservative members squelched toras lacking charity- idsiatery1ovc Tbefaid it was too m uchto deprive the women of their headdress at one fell swoop and they forone would not call upon them to make such a tremendous sacri flee In tfifteenipinutes the Congress had made up its mnd that VariO1tvoffensive little bonnet take its place at evening entertainments Oi course no restraint was put upon the woman who cared to adopt the strongminded mem bers plan and attend the theater with no other hood covering ex cept t eircrown of glory Since these women havesbown their good sense and altruistic spirit I feel oonfidenc that others of the fair sex wBI follow in their footsteps and the men dear patient fellows can flirtI with the ballet girls without giving it away oy having tosit in the baldhead rowITURNEDTfle tables TABLES I turned upon a couple of young men abouttown the other dayono of them a town official who thought to have fun with one William Orkies commonly known as Keesaw Keesaw it seems had come to town Sun day and by the time the negro excursion arrived was pretty well loaded The young meu thought a brilliant thought and conceived a plan to have a greatlljoke They would make a poj lieeaaan Out of Kuct aw and have great fun with him Theschemf- was carred out and th victim of the joke was solemnly sworn in furnished with a badge and p billy and told to keep the peace l for the town And Keesaw stoodE tto his charge faithfully notwithll standing theloss of his billy ardlj a few other mishaps in the courte al1AW wiliCQ J man went homo that evening a little disfigured and the young men told all their friends and laugifd heartily at their jike But tbo end was not yet anti Keesaw came back Yes nexto day he came hack and demanded tt of his employers PAY for hie ser vices The latter laughed hearty sot more Oh it was a great jke sure And Keesuw he laughed too this time not herfrtily but knowingly He goes straight away and gEts a wrrant against the young men on his claim of two dollars fori services puts it into the hands of an oflluerto collect and now Keesdw laughs heartily apd the t young men only smile a very dry smolo I WAS MUCH interested the other I I day says Sub Rosa in Har rodsburg Demccrat in the con versation of several women wbo happened to make an afternoon call at the same time The hos tess little daughter came in from school and the fonrt mamma gotl her to recite Mrs Kendalls l verses How Kisses Are Made not the confectionary kind butI those of the lingering bug tt drawn out variety After that the conversation turned uponI kisses and a vivacious little ma tron said she just loved to giveI old clothes and things ol that sort to beggar women because h they nearly always kissod her 11thewhen men kissed the hands ofI women as a mark of respect She said a little humility was good for the soul ipf most men One woman told as a fact thatIsome of the most cultured she knew always kissed her hand as a greeting A physicians wife who was present produced a sensation by qucUng her bus band as having said that kissing of any kindwas the most obJec- tionable form of greeting and he considered that it would eventually be abolished because medical science had shown the danger of it and the custom would gradually give way before incontrovertible facts She said he also objected to visitors in a sick room on the same microbe transference theory Friend ship can be shown iinrother ways by flowers or a rbook or an Iinquiry at the door He says kissing even amongfmembeis ot the family rmtrhtltn be done away with and if I the custom were only changed any olher mode Of greeting would be just as pOJl larf WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock Feed or trolji waited or for aale or exchange Insrtod in this umn riicc or qitAitoB T rhiers arc ro iiucatod to send In stock orCrop Item for publication Woftr1 told th3t tl4thy hay wlll bell almost a failure notwithstanding the rains and the cloveryrop very lighti tt f The DepartMent of Agriculture ordered the establishment of dipping phvnts at all the principal stock yards ofthet country and all scab infected sheep arriving at tbo ords as well as sheep tran3ported fropi the yards will be thoroughly dipped under Government b inspection the idnd of dip to be used to be a matte ol election by owners of sheep aiid stockyards officials 1 JIn South Georgia the peach andiwatermelon and pedSfr crops are now safe and inveptigatiOQB show that the poach crop will beMe largest ever produced in the Stats The Aggregate valua of the fruit crcipsp that district for the year la beingestimated as high aa 87000000 or 800000 It is calcu lated that the fruit a3d melon crop of Georgia will this jiar furnish from 5000 to 20000 carIads of freight to the railroads EntqtrToday has changed and black fleeces compiand a premium of from two to throeTcentB per pound The demand for black wool is good and the supply very scarce therefore look for a boom id black fleeces for some time to come r We should not be surprised tohe rljf some one gojj ing into the raising of black sheep erelong as the indications lire for higher prices on this e1aof wool for some few years toqtSheep Markets and wm as h Mr Reuben Gentry Danville Ky advertises his herd of Berkshire hogs as dboleraprooVmado so after in nocul ion under the system dlscov and fully tested by Dr Detmcrs he eminent German sicntit Mr Gentry has innoculated his herd and when they are sold it is with a guar anteo that they are choleraproof l He has also obtained tho authority of Dr Detmora to treat under this system any herd of swine in Kentucky and the Southern Statesb The was about the average crowd in town last Monday County Court day There was not much ftock onbthe market good horses and milch cows in much greater domand than at this time last year Auctioneer PhilI Thompson reports the following Fight head of plug horsed brought an average of I29 per head No hogsi issheep or mules on the market and very little demand for them Two l town Iota in Kaywick wero sold by the Master Commissioner The Henley property to C M Crowdus at and also 132 acres of land near Gravel Swith to Minor Myersvat e200LLebanon Entorpriae t t Tho cattle and hog marketn are feel ing tho full effect of last years monster l corn crop It has beon fully sixteen years since we had a worse hog market In December 1378 tho ex aremeChicago yardo was S3 Thero can no doubt that everything in the cattle and hog lino that could bo had were put to work on the corn cribs last fall and that this is apt to result In a short cued supply of storn stock for next winters feeding seems more thalIfj probable Especially is this bo true of cattle Farmers throughout tho corp holt seem to have abandoned steerbreedingaltogctherBrccdora l Gazette t t t Kentucky is bound to get a monop oly of the cavalry horse bl ine8sy They dont grow good ones anywhere else The Rural Spirit says Johns D Hale one of the most prominent stockmen in South Dakota some l months ago received tho contract for furnishing the Eighth cavalry at Meade with some seventy or horses Notwithstanding that he ited practically every prominent hFort1r ranch m Western South Dakota era Wyoming and Southeastern j tana in the effort to socdra horses inspectionI t every horse so far turned in for in pection has boon rejected i Tho horses wero the very best that cou be procured experience having IdI them to be the hardiest animals to founel In tifo United States Some ijthe horaep could riot be purchased ort the range or on tho markets of Ohica go and Now York for e550 each Mr I i 4 Halo Bays ho offered one man 8300 for a team of handsome grays provided they passed the inspection The animals were submitted but while the board admitted they wece a fine look- Ing pair they were declared pot suit able for cavalry There is but tacky way out of the difficulty buy in oneI WELLS EVILS The Spencer Courier after publishing the item from the NewsLeader about the disappearance of Dr Ewell has the following to say about that gen tleman l And so endetb we hope the last chapter in the history of aS grand scamp sofar as Kentucky is concerned It is a pity how over that he could not be pun shed for some of his w ongI doings His record in Spencer was bad enough but since he gnt to Washington it seems to aye been Worse His very going wav is a crime in itself since it strips hiswife and her mother Mrs Lou G PerrY of this county of every penuy they haven the world When Ewoll was indicted tbe judge at first refused to allow bail ns there were soyt eral charges of the same criminal cbarac er against the Doctor but he finally yielded to the tears and enlreatios of the poor young wife and fixed tbe bond at LOOO entirely too small Then Mrs Ewell and Mrs Perry began ightandday lint for bonds men and came to this county and even into Taylorsville to find them but the Courier had already exposed Ewells rascality and the people would not doa tiling for him But the two goodS women with more heroism than judgment went ahead and mort gaged everything they bad or expected to ever have to a man in Washington county to secure 3imon the bond Ho Went on it and- o now the bond is forfeited and all the property of every sort of Ewell Mis Ewell and Mrs Perry is swallowed up in order to allow the scoundrel to escaped tbe justice heso richly deserved Much of the property mortgagedt t lies in this county It is said that Ewell left his vife and her motherin Willis t urg and has gone to parts un known Of course they expect that they will join him in the fdturcjR ut those who know Ewell est do not believe he will ever send for theni While in jail at Springfield he boasted that if hfe got outho would run away fever he has kept his word Ewell from Georgia aud his father lives in Richmond Va It iis hardly likely that ho will go in that direction however as his father long ago disowned him and cast him off His stay in l was blackened byu rainy evil deeds he made a very bad record in Spencer Bud fol lowed it with various crimes in- j l Wasnington Ewell has a won j derful gift at working people rid is a thoroughy unscrupulous apd dangerous rasdtlii TOBACCO REPORT Imported Kxnrwwly for the NewsbTrader bv J S Ilioiifc t Co IIantcrs- Ohflt Wnroliouso LoiuHvillo KyJ Our market this week was decidedly t bettor The receipts woro large enough to enable buyers to make scfs lections and by a very fair competi ion show what they wanted and what prices they were willing to pay for tobaccos that suited thorn Tho com etItion was stronger on bright to bncco than any other grade and they l howed an advance and sold fairly well Colory sorts and clear red leaf lugs and tips in good order sold next oat and commanded fair prices Alt nondescript kinds were stitt very low tha mixed green low grades and- rasbes were about as low nsVe ovcr them Order and condition axe ow ancl will be fromthls on of hol first importance Wo say ship Boll before our market becomes JI ted qalu c 1dII With the blood Lull of humors UK heated torm Is nil the more dppreslvoJ Give the system n thorough rlcaqslof t1osoorpJwoBiimnicr as never before In your life Just trythls fur onca and ypirll not peutil 5II SS r CORRESPONDENCE BEECHLAND Our Regular Correspondent IFrom ME Noe visited her son last week Dr SB Smith of Bards town is visiting his son at this place Byon Parks and Thomas FitZ- gerald were in Bardstown Sunday last Mr and Mrs Dick Gregory of Louisville visited relatives here last week Mrs Myers and Mr Mtnn of Bardstown visitedi the family of- T M Martin Miss Ada Cdlvin of your tow n attended church at this place Sunday last Mr J N C Barks and wife visited the family of Mr Dicker son last week Miss Adalice Merritt has returned home after quite an extended visit to friends 1nNelson county Miss Lula Campbell and Dave and Clark Craycroft all of your own visited friends at tins place Sunday last The L C L S gave an en tertainment at the Pleasant Grove church on theevening of the 5th at which the drama The Public of 150 Years Ago was enacted The childrens day at Pleasant trove church was quite asuc cess The old as well as the young enjDyod the day very much J B C Some Gdoil l Short Stories hIt was away back in the 70s said an old engineer I was pull ing the limited e ist from Council Blutfd to Chicago over tho Rook Iso ljina rJlitIlrthtWUR bitter iold l twDt1 ut and had stopped at a night office for order and bed started up again when the firom u reached over and said There is a hobo on tho oi lot Saw him get on at the epot SureIsatl Gq out on the running board ani sec if be there yet The fireman die as head been ordered to do and re turned with tho information that the holo was still thercWeJl- 8tld 1 its a bitter cold nighand if ho can stand it out there Iam willing that he should ride with me and on we went toward Chica go with old 211 barking like sixty at the low joints ahead and forgetful of our headend passenger on tho pilot win had ceased to have l thy existence for us By and by by the flInt glimmer ot the headlight t I tltoftght Isav t ahead what seemed to bo a bunch pf cattle on the track As apII proached the bunch seemed fo grow larger I was now too late to doI anything so I just pulled her widell open and oli21J hit that bunch of cattlo kabiff To p rnphnsl the language of Tennyson thoro was c just simply cattle to the right of UPt cattle to the left of us but none nny more in front of us After Itff as all over our thought reverted tothe hobo ou the pilot Go out and see if he is still there I faidI Wellsaid an old shack un4rs whoso tect the frosts of many win ra hud cracketlas he wended Ins t way in the duel over mauy a long train of box cars and who hud been 1HJtcuin1he wus No replied tho ng1nerc Thereto sat as largo aa any hobo could sit with an oyster cap milk mg ono of those darned J9Qaltlas News V 1 J c 3tfnflonE 1Ancil i ofttCommodorepoint FidalgoJ Island whose ready itlswQIH known to fheinhabhantal off trio tlotel Butler and andccif loll OVli1h isIDlu says die Seauld FostJnteliigcnefif Thc Couinot doro was iltlltIn n Avltncsa in tho Paint ilobertrdispute between the annery man add hbJndijins antI tWith11toputtfleqnehoa toh1rnr u noIJpg fauVe jnu uecn in this Pll rt t thC nrt 11chV4tt M irc3laptt1kctt 1u antt jIf1 Iftf t 11 fi I ccq t t i lL 1 iej ItA CON3IcI iititi 4ItHSt lJirfijr ldcfu t bt f if moeltAre W In Jbelf gotfia df Bllkiindf8atitij Getting 3hokld1lci 1in Ttfiqgi What B dantyantysh wf And sakea alive ftotf milch thoy know fV 1 ju Spring annie sttlffA riiflhqweraj t That set tha cartbaglowl i j T fAndwfnd8 f ThonTun The 8tf5te4f month 6flnnt WheuobiidSai g Bnt teect4tthIn4tii tJifnd dOthI blng JC Vfii Are the 8Cglil hidighia k9Sard beeito ichoolisii3enrs Her IDa an me haq Senr1iefo You bc1ahoitnpwiher boi ilb1iei4 J 4- An i somd tHe to o er8ieI1thet11 j 1 But to eavd W tJl2 shb t8tnJidt tbeaus t Ner fry t nt6d 8if g4idiii 5 Shes never learned thp Lrdpirayct oft T1IcShO nllii qd1 f I 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sal am cogin iissionjiiil 1Y mc JCPUYt to dOlt usrtefpreLot- and tpuidjtbe pjistoniary feeli f tThe Ilawyer thought a ni6tnent 1i looked it tWjudgef win could nbC resist fUiilnaIJdsjId ecre17Mrst March jqu1 may stand dptrnV r T 11fE ot tdJi itDI t Iikoi b ntctSd ijqr aa the lord 7 a ppropriatelrenf arieo fa tbe fql lowing act thc 1cDding1 lady crouched in tho doinc torho room Without tile doof Urft in plain viev of the nacljcdcei JBUPI the villain BmotingJaTflvecenitCiEaf i3 and ncbjovincn smile pftsfsctoiia i have her nolp iie4nutterc4 At n a low tone tho sound offI1ii VpiCcr ihcr leading lady sprang ttdrtc t r hI am on thd fottrtk flotrf she ed1and the ie4olpth frd iu4 he css1t2 f f Clearly jitysoIIto1 f the qucafionVt lor her to escape in theiistiiiltny Suddenly Jief lace irrightenert Shtf opened a Imrchn drawer ftnitifar rt moment oho buned liersolivithite cOntents Wm tremblisg bandtf cnilitlt clt realsen belt alligator fcjlt real silver Jr1 her iimiUtionitiphd fkhr link ir4tbcrhliH leather beitfliej red icAtner belti her last years tnrt a tlhchandn nuriberof othere UurrieysIiefaatcnhdontulf of the improvised Topo to theiieok prepared for K pjr lrqJ Qtego car nenf errand Juntas thfiyiil in fin iahp l his cigar p wt b hotii1ii him I1i ofcpfenihg thedjdrlicowereS thal 1 ilin Discovery JaVcfl Ills tlfcci 1rci CpllittHCtto druggist 1ieavr rifle iir says ro ro1tmiew Dts Coory lO wo my Ufo Wsis tften wHbt lo grlpjx ftlhlld nitr the pliyslcJima rot miles nnontf Vut ot h avull vied wai gltow np ad Laid I otild nof lives lav Ilia tIVrKIngK J oW l Kcovcnry In icy- storcttssciit forabottte imd lcgan Its usfand trnn tim flfctrtosqfagttn to gel betteruiid nfici using three bottles va P nail nlKJUt n iuu JtJa vnrtlrJi J WjglitliysoUU Woyoffil iceciJ store of 5JItnuebvlhiittjt1t Clfa ffw trial hot ltii t t p f hOr WU to hIIiV J iJ r 1 f 0 fT f t ir a AS r 4 1 = tiwo I r ii THE NEWSLEADER 1F t J TlIE BgWS n itTHUKiDAYJtN11r189 iL DAVAONtJ y 0 I TAE resnlfof life election on Saturday ifcxt gilt determiije- Vrhother or liot iSprihgfceld will tem larn thfe Same oI0Tmtof a MOW and easy goto e existence or tfev lopjhloa torn of thrift and prolttessTh tiSSbbpttbeSiSe bf this eater works end elefctrlc light Question and tiie plainer iit jput they Bore easy twhl e lot the voters ofti 0it appreciate tho Importance oi jending a h lpin han a byturn 3n 8 out acd casting hrs vote fo t11UgressK I r Thorfi sbohta fa Hesitation bn tile part f bf and afrininaed w and pftrijressiVo citiZen as to whlcJ course fof iirsein thi towpn 1 Jbrlulatealbvfl So bd toad pr 0 gressive cac6s of People and hurronndedandt supported by ineogricultural country anti to r Jniisbeeh for a number oiyears driRbtjheieh thl trouble Thevtown has grown to libout ItS limit until eoirie other resour- cs affded 10ti1S1 support To the tJsources shbuld Bc added tha from manufacttfrfni concern t rind manufacturers will not 10ate fn a town that offers so Poor an- cr inducement fe floes ours A rnalufaethrtli gplSnt of anY siiei j nyolj1 vfe lack and tHat is what the present movement proposes to 1 remedy By funiishing plenty of othJ Itliasbften a great cry of th- derylew e opposed to the enter Arises thatfor tie town toiissue fIhatiSCl r 560 in bonds would be to greatly increase the t taxes whe the factislne rafse in he anion 6f the tax would be insignificant in the first place the SB 500 is tqwnTreasury 8ti but bonds td that amount are to be issued and sold and all owrlwi c forfsJbelaudit fiaff been calculated that ihe earning from the two plants will bV snfficieht1 toA take care ifcaU To take an extreme view l thesa bj1ctahd supos thatJ Jwas reJqUired to pay the entire 5O0at the rate 6i levy of 30 cents on the rob the burden on tr111iaRaj r No reasonable man win de nywas tbat the putting in of a go a elecirc fit to oar town It is gooi for the ricA man and the poor as well ItwfU fncre d the value of thet Property f the former and will give emPlyo 1nt find better itttract attenlti ta Disc town and f H t flut old Spfingtfeia which has to v der sorrow amongthetip theu Fanks of r the pros ieroug dhdpro Jressive jftfr your bn and our towns sake cblno dutrfbd v9is fotthe appropriation RON yiJ1Si ourli3a caridiadtefdFiheSemdcfatlct 11mlnBtiotif r Congress Irom fhd Fourths disfffctah otrt Mdnd originaf f t fiijver iiiOrat and will make the grace on that fife T- Ysilld0 1iDrs title bebthDriree v S1 en from die dtstr 1 i i W10 r utest for thee tlon inati t the fight promrs Wb1NJ1 sly one PwSoFiprSndr polttlcalpMr Sweeney is popular Jfitfits a eomny a ioiherS1ntb dust rrctthe 1 tmaDOr Irbng tuviciio jfedW6ald perHapT make as 2itP fc a race against thepresent UtSEwzS asnuJ i V- VV f t 6emocrat We inclinedy however to heifers that Mr Lewis baS won 4a plisse ia the appreciation of the voters of this district that tvillttakehim almost invincible against any liemo- cratio nofainee however strongu THE following is the question ofPrintedthe vote at next Saturdays ales lion is fci be taken Are you in favor of the town of Springfield Ky subscribing 6500 to the capital stock of the ElectricLiof the bonds of said town bearing interest from date semiannually to that amount t pay for same as set out in the electiorn to levy a tax on the property of said town not exceeding 30 cents on the 100 each year to pay the interest on said bonds and to create a sinking fund to pay the principal of said bonds nosexceediug51000 each year and to create themdebtedness against sold town as herein provided- If you are in favor of the thab uare opposife the word Yes which conies first If you are against water works and electric lights stamp opposite the word Noe writE clans are gathering for the big Republican conran do cathigthat McKinley will be nominated on the first ballot and great interest is now centered iin the question of inserting a silver clause in the platform MOORESVLLE From Our Regular Correspondent From a letter received from tt ft Gregory of Alton III formerly of this county who visited St LOUtS the day after the cyclone had passed over that city says after viewing only a part of the ruins that the qoIIt Worse than stated by the pre s ntRev Stallings preached to large and appieciative audience at New Hope Sunday morning Rev O J Young of Laxing ton will preach at the Maud Christian church Saturday night and Sunday Died at her home at this place Saturday May 31 Mrs John sSnider after a lingering illness- J R Moore has returned from a business trip to Frankfort fMiss Ardia Hunters who has been attending school at Taylors VillA ts at home A W Eddleman and wife of Botland are visiting her parents Sherwood Handley of Leb non is visiting relatives here Dr Geo Shaunty of the burg oatguest of A B Huddle Saturday and the smiles tinaever and anon played over the doctors countenance like sunbeams on the rainbow we 1enough to lighten the heart of the most despondent The school election passed c quietly The candidates for that exalted office by mutual agreement decided to leave the rnoa e question 10 the next Congress F C M Mcfcioloys political managers are root as eager to proclaim McKin leys loyalty to sound money as th WEre before the popularity of free sliver Brae demonstrated In fact it is claimed that Gen Grosvcnor the commcnder of the 1laja iIbices hns estimated that it would Ite to McKinleys interest For tho Louis convention to straddle the currency question Tbe General may be tight but wo doubt it Tho days fir straddling are p5 uneqoivocalife quteelion froh bt htho Democratic and Republican conventions and ins that no midaie crotmd shall be tu etden The issue is of too great iiiii ortanJce tabs ignored or treated in nny Uncertain fray Tho question dust Be disppaed of now sntl 2Vor Kentucky Advofiul jfiTc Paris Eclair learns that in disasibr oii the Podynaki plain aTMbscoir ru t t6sKb frectopdl 3673 persons verb killed ahd 4000 jYJurcd jf v t r M Atkinson of Clear LaJke Vernpn Gall of Albert Loa Minn and Roy C SlossomjOflforthifrood veredrownoanear Mora Springs In while in bathing A dispatch from Buluwayo says that WTojJ1owoll with two columns otwhites attacked the Matabeles six miles from Bulwayo killing 180 tbemry Three whites star The Rt lIon Arthur J first lord of the treasury and gov eminent lender in the house of commons announced Friday night that the debate on the Irish land bill would begin on Monday AndreQe o proposes to reach the Hart pole by means ofn balloon sailed Sunday from Gothenburg for Spitz bergen from which place the exp dition will proceed in the balloon Brcckiuridge In It frotto a reporter for the Lexington Argonaut Col W C P Breckidrid is quoted as follows Well sir I do not intend to say yejust simply say for me that I intend to be the next Democratic Congressman from the Ashland district That isaUI have to say just now This expression from Col Bred inridge to the effect that he intends to be the next Congressman from this district will be looked upon as hnjg ndidacy for office and apother storic campaign similar and per baps too much so to his ever mem orable fight with W C Owona 19be the next political possibility cc INVENTORS AND PATENTS There are 238 different kinds of TS lucipedea Tho manufacture of gas is covered 8000 patents One thousand and ninety patents have been issued for paving Of air and gas engines 1023 different varieties have been patented Cannons gaua pistols tied projectiles are protected by 208 patents There have been 8717 patents issued for devices or machines employed oy the carpenter There are 3487 different varieties of fire escapes and ladders to be used in emergencies er bevaages aro manufactured according to ZRin patented methods Tbo steam engines of this oo n need not lack or valves 2465 of these having been patented More patents have been issued from our patent offico to British subjects than to natives of any other foreign country the number being 08U The problem of fencing farm land and city lots has received extensive tention there being no less than 0807 putouts upon fencing devices and posts That music hath charms to cooili the savage breast of tho inventor is demon strated by the last that he has taken oat 8028 patents on musical spat ments or the worsens parts thereof The bees ef America havoo reason to complain of neglect there being 098 patent bivos in which tho busy bee iii according to tho poet ituproves e h shining hour may store up its honey Bt Louift GlobeDemocrat THE FASHION PLATE Light chiffon blouses trim passemeulY crte nd lace and worn with davit skirts are still a featnro of theater dross Yellow in all th6 shades of the nas ererea m and gold ia in fashionable favor this loason for collars And vests of dark woo gowns ffColored moire silks which aro Watered in such a manner that there Is a dis tinct pattern aro very pojjnlar forwaists and aro also used for tsars and collars on gowns and cloaks YEmanlds with ruble second in favor lire said to bo tho loading jewels season always excepting the diamonds which are ever first Opals are also popu for at present and ponds are cousidc redopespecially suited to young ladles Brocaded evening gown ave tall 0 or eyooze sleeves in pale colors either spangled or embroidered which lighten the effect very prettily and white satin jrowne are made very strik fug by sleeves of glossy miroir velvet relvotrccus are very much used for blouse waists for gowns With sleeves like the skirt or for the entire bodice and some of tthem ace cut out in the neck which is Oiled in with a yoke of satin with llaclt or white lace fulled over ltNew York Sun 8tWIENER NOVELTIES providedglnss writfistd la0rxono OrtltocJo A gontlomnn had jnst succeeded rohnntfromorAb It remarked ho grateful I soil In rescuing mo you havo ruined your clothes Perihtt mo to bnndyn my business card Ton thousand of tho best suits in tho cify romi 3 np Trril Mngniino IMhny sympathotio Inkshnvo booii tho writing being hrpugh ofIctrcm1crls SWEEt CORN AS A FARM CROP Some or the ArtrnntaRon Mcrlrert From Growing the fltreel Varietle It is a rnatfer of surprise to American Cultivator that the sweet varieties of corn are not moro generally cultivated Following is what tiffs authority saps on tho subject Tho grain yield of sweet corn is ns large nit that of other corn for though tho ears arc generally small jnostkiuda of sweet cord vrfltlTcar twor three aril lprethose who merely grow corn to feed tko sweet variety has greatndvantagta Its Etalks are richer and sweeter then ordi allrcorn should be when thq grain has just begun to harden Besides this sweet corn generally brings a considerably higher price in tho inatlrot than other cornThere aro somo difficulties in proper ly drying sweet corn because of tho ex cessive amount of meisturo it contains which with its sweetness makes its cornhbegins to dry it dries out moro quickly than any other If always cut and husked early tho ears can bo placed for whicheevery farmer should have In this time they will dry much that tbo corn can thenbo put in largo cribs without dan ger of becoming moldy But n lurgo portion of tho eweot corn crop is sold in 1Hs green stuto anti for much tJfhcr pricey than ordinary corn brings by the pricgwhich green corn usually brings in this season This soon runs down even at the lowest rates corn sold by tho dozen cars brings more than ordinary corn will after being husked Cared for until dry and shelled The price paid by canning factories is still lower than root sold to grocers and private houses But the farmers near a causing factory havo always found sweet corn one of their best paying and they haw o learnel to grow itto the oolusioo of ordinary corn feeding tbo surplus on their farm SWeet corn when thoroughly dried enD bo ground rind makes n light palatable and easily digested meal Ground with tho cob mixing a little common cern and oats with it as to make the cob grind more finely gives a feed that will eaten by all stock and that will bo likely to cloy them than ordinary meaL But there is a still mftre profitable ass for sweet corn if cut while very green and its grain sliced from the green cob and epiead thinly in nu swap orator This if put when fully dry iin bags in a cool place will troop in good Jkcdrinal freshness Corn prepared is quite as good as canned ecru and is less trou aImostanyJocnlity dried sweet corn by leaving some at stores to bo sold or giving a little on trial to those who will bo likely to come customers Wherever this eve p ratted corn is once tried it will Boon create a steady and paying demand for it XHroecn From the Air That nitrogen can bo obtained from ttho air for fertilizing crops intiteqd payiuR 15 to 20 cents per pound for it tho form of commercial fertilizer or ammonia containing substances has demonstrattry edr their roots ore infected with tho germ or bacteria hero the power to g their uitrogeu from tho air Tho little nodules found on tho roots of those lo guminous plants contain aiouto organ isms that enable tho plant to fix free trogen Just how thid Is done is not deS thata directioaJs being yearly made by care ful scientists in this country and Europe American Agriculturist cousidera this discovery ono of tho greatest strides that agriculfural eciouco has made of ralate years and culls attention to thoi tact that bacteria is also responsible fen much progress in the dairy and the oft feet of certain gccms on soils and atplants is coming to be better understood so that the farmer can make are of th4 acgoal bacteria and set rid of the hall ones These and kindred topics pro just ly receiving much attention at tho in stitutes and other fifrmcra meotincd for discussion this winter Alfalfa a Honey riant AKnnsfxn concopondiist of Tho Oran Judd Lurmcr writes ns folltnvs Tho cultivation Of alfalfa fins added considerably to tho hooey crop cf fbo United Ututes No other honry plant has given curb a boom to beekeeping cs cciilly in the western states Th plant stands tho drought nod when well rooted seldom fails to produce heavy crops of hay and seeds when almost cv orythiug else fails as its roots ponotruto very deep in tho ground in many cases reaching wafer at 15 feet deep I ha vo soon a continuous flow of honey from mitldlohj of May and lusting until tho Cost of Sop tom her forEoyeral years without roo gird to drought or season Alfalfa hoe u differs tint little from white It is in ovary respect as good and quoted in tiio markets at the highoa price WUn Ctor oat ririt se gore I1lr CxnorU Wluu du was a CUH crlorl ttr Gvrtorfa Wlim rfip Ixcatiuj insv chiDfrto Owtori bhe nut dOWmi she psjUicia Crrco lit ety poivon biljr lltto old younjr lhlntlor wliUo rich or ori who him ovoi iiHwl Dr UcHV iino Tar Ifoncy p trinkguarantee it For wife by Iluydon A ltdHrtkaq Druggists HOSIERS III OOGK a g7 m Jr23S53lln08PIMg j n c PianLEs 5LR2 and CECTAIMi CURE Icw1f r m sft z tho f T T l t f f l S i f Q i e1s to C CIrJ4o ois FOR S1OO If you pay now you cage foul County Paper the NEWS LEADER 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New Method fof my own V vrhlchleavea no bad effects j- it Artllloliii tooth of dilrcrcnt grader tnIHlllrhftLooso tilting tooth mnrbo tight nxpensort f lJKHxm WORIC nnd CnovrsEsa a t Specialty A r FIRST CLASS WORK PUICES REASONABLE l For tho preeient I will be In Spring 1VcdneedayTbursda month mid longer if work Is 1 tplenty r OFFICE Over Postoffice- tf 1 Mnln office No G28JJ Fourth Avo Louisville Ky K I FR WILDER Dentist DRJFRiNEHSRT tFFICE HOURS i to 4 p m Tuesdays and Saturdays BERING FIELD KENTUCKY t DR J BR COOPER Nr OIOnovcrHaydua Robertsons drug ore t Main St SPlUiN GiTl ELD KY JDR J I BURTON DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT kPAIN I OFFICE Ilngon Block over Miinsflclil dHome Kturc SPRINGFIELD KY 22OR1 tTHeWeekly Commercial Free to Readers o this Paper 0Anpno sending us in a suliscrlptioc o this paper for opo year Accompanied by elliO the regular sulisciiptinn price 4 to the NEWSLEADER will be sent free of ch rgo for ono year a copy of tho Louisville Weekly Commercial a large Olcolutnu paper nllod with moro nova than any other metropoliinn weekly Absolutely Correct larket Reports T FANCY BOY First dam by Star Denmark Jr Secoidilntnf by Gaines Denmark f Third doff by Four Mile Den mirk Mle was sired by Blood Ohiel Blood Chief was sirod by ilppy Crossti v tti PAiNCOAST j l First lam by Wilk WIr Second ilamby Judge Wickliflo Pancoost record 221J Pftncoast by iVoodtordilambrino 221t First dam by Eicarn dam b Harold sireof Maud S 2082 Pancoast Hired Patron P t Itsiredi ibe worln tPANOf 6t and PANCOAST will make tlwjsooson of 1896 at a 7 EACH tO IHSORK LIYIIGCOLT A lien ietaInedoncolt unlil elisonis palds lLt I l q iW f ElL1F y i m Sr f B r T0WN Vote for the Water Works Want pounds woolr highest market price paid McChord Rob ertson i XpsrrwCertlflcato No 17 series AI Home Savings Building Loan Also ciation J N SAUNDERS Extra copies of our big illustrated edition can be obtained at the News Leader office Be sure and go to the game of ball today at 2 oclock Go and root for your home team- WANTED5000Q pounds of wool Highest cash price paid for same t CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN The ladles of the Baptist church gave a raspberry and ice cream sup per atthe Court house Tuesday night which was a very pleasant affair and well patronized Remember that if you neglect to vote on Saturday you will be counted as being against water works So turn out and vote Every vote is needed It takes twothirds vote to carry In our account of the Decoration services last week we mentioned Rev Father Honnessy as being one of the orators when wo should have said Rev Flood whoso address was both eloquent and appropriate The election of school trustees was held hero on Saturday last The old board consisting of W T McElroy J H Lampton andO R Grundy were reelected without opposition there being only d few votes cast Spring cleaning in the house is im portant and to cleanse the human system is even more so Neats Lax ative tones one up cleanses and regulates the bowels liver and kidneys For sale 50c a bottle by Haydon Robertson and Waters Brownefi The Springfield colored base ball team played a gamo of ball last Sun day on oUr grounds at St Rose against a coon nine that came up on the skursion from Louisville The re sult was that the home team wiped up the earth with the visitors to the tune of about 22 to 10 Terry Hall charged with shooting and wounding John Hourigan a colored man a full account of which was fastrIedshowed quite clearly that the shooting was dono in sell dofense and Hall was released Hourigan is recover ing from his wounds I The Chatau iua met last Monday afternoon with Miiia Jennie Craycroft It proved to be a very entertaining and instructive meeting Mrs W W Ray sang one of her favorite pieces Inr a most pleasing manner Hiss Anna McChord rendered a very difficult solo on the piano which clearly showed that she has good talent Court adjourned on Tuesday after a session at which only a moderate amount of business was transacted Several civil suits were tried among the most important being one of John Kelley against Thos S Grundy in which the former sought to foreclose a mortgage upon some valuable horses which were claimed by Mrs May Grundy as being her property After hearing all the arguments and testi mony the court decided that the horses were the property of Mrs Grundy and that Mr Kelly could not recover The amount involved was several thousand dollars AN ORDINANCE Tha Board of Trustees of the town of Springfield Ky do ordain as fol lows That the ordinance heretofore enacted requiring the payment of town toes as a prerequisite to voting be and the same is hereby repealed 10th day of Juno 1S9- 6SvTnR Smnvra Chairman B H R THOMPSON Clerk Personal FHKK 54pago medical reference book to any person nflllrtod with any npcch1 chronic or dchcato dUeiiHo peculiar to their sex Address the leading physi clans and surgeons of the United Status Dr Hathaway d Cor70 Dcarlwrn street Chicago Good Old Granny Metcalf years old living at 018 Monroe street PaducnliKyt Iloney1thebronchial remedy that has been olVorod during her life Guaranteed by all dual era Eor sale by Iloydon ti Robertson REMOVAL This will notify all my friends nlgverym Tonfiorial Parlor from Wall thn9 Springfield Hotel Wouldi be pleased id have you call ALEX ADAMS McKenna V hiskcy- Tliis 7 celebrated brim of whislscy rkeep for Baleat mybajyand make aBpQcialty of it for family and for mrdicinal use i1i Cir110 lPSON i G h sy rl PERSONAL H O Lee was over from Lebanon Sunday W K Casey is rusticating at Tatham Springs Miss Shader has returned from a trip to Louisville Mrs W F Bookeris in Louisville visiting Mrs Prather Mr Sherwood Hundley of Stan ford is here this Week Mrs john A Simms entertained at tea Tuesdayevening Miss Mary Lee Simms is visiting relatives at St Marys Ky Rev Wm R Davis of Bloomfield was in town the first of the week Misses Willie Knott and Fanny Simms were in Lebanon Monday I H Thurman and family haveJ gone to Tatham Springs fora visit Mr Hugh P Cooper of Lenanon was over to attend court last week Mr J H Beam of Early Times was in town Friday last on business Miss Hettie Spalding of Lebanon is visiting the family of T W Shams Mrs Finley Scruggs returned Saturday from a visit to relatives at DanI vine Mr L B Cain and James Edelen went to Fairfield Sunday on their wheels Mr Dave Walker of Louisville is here on a visit to the family of E O Walker Mrs T Scott Mayes who has been quite ill for several weeks is much improved J WS Clements who has been attending court here returned to Louisville Tuesday Miss Myrtle Mansfield is home again from a pleasant visit to relatives in Asheville N C Rev Jas N Saunders of Blopm eld is visiting his brother wiles Saunders at this place Col Nicholas McDowell and wife of Danville were here the first of the week visiting relatives Mss Magpie Pope has returned home from a stay in Louisville and a happy smile now adorns the counten ance of ono tof our county officials in consequence thereof Closing Out of MillineryI In onler to close out my stock ol Millinery by the first of July 1 1811almost at your own price have a new line of Lechorns Milan straws Chips LncO lints Linen Sailors Uonncts etc Alsol a pretty line of Baby Caps that cut be beat Nice lot of Persian II COBtlIILlS Saltpeter Fcr Ourlnjr Meat The use of ealtpetcr by rubbing it into tbo surface of cared moats is not ally understood aa it should be Some say that it makes the meat sweeter Really tho saltpeter has itself no cura tive properties If meat of any kiud is immersed In a brine made with saltpeter without salt it will rot nearly or quite as quickly aa if nothing were applied to it What the saltpeter does is to bard en the surface This prevents tbo meat from absorbing so mach of tho salt as it would crtbenvisodo It also doubt loss helps to keep the internal juice of the meat from wasting itself in tho brine Salted moats have slaver so much nutri tive value oa they had before being put into brine Some of their value is wast odin the brine It seems probable that saltpeter helps to prevent pMt of this loss But a very slight dose of saltpoter enough for this purpose It is boater than putting ou too much which does harm rather thdn good Exchange Live Stock l olnU The old way of feeding fodder hay and other balky provender to live stockI bcatteriug it over too ground lotting the animals trample it underfoot gouge themselves to satiety waste a third of it and got sick of the eight of the rest must go Tbo time hue come when farmer or stockman can afford to waste anything For bay fodder and clover feeding racks should always bo put up whore animals may cat what they want without dragging iH into the dirt Another pointI to bo observed is that more should at any time be placed before tho animal than it will feat up clean Careful ob servation will show bow much this amount is In a short time It is easier to keep warm breathing airdIJf you have not this winter plenty of toot crops for a tidbit for tho horses sheep hoga and cnttlc ho sure when spring corned to plant enough for a supply next year The greatest sale of tbo season for trotters and pacers will be hold at Mad ison Square Garden Now York city Febtape of the animals sold There is a great fntnro for tho beef trade in the JJnited States WQ know of nothing faithfully and scientifically fol lowed up that will bring iu hotter all round results thau raising beef cattle really first dabs animals But they mqat be first cleat The day when Amoricuus will put up with tough AntI stringy meat has none by WantedAn JdeaSSProtect your Ideas th r tniy brtjyf you reahtu Write JOHN wvDDEBatrnsACo Kit ntAttor aeMuJff ihtogu nnfrfgth lr 18MvrU3 oner uallit fire itt4rcd tareaUoiia anted iiriln i SILVER Has won the day in Washington County so have tow prices and high quality taught the people to trade with us June is the marked month for bargains in wash goods we want this months work to finish them that means cut the prices which we never stand back ODI Slippers for Ladies and Misses Fifty eents 5c 100 and 125 they cant be beat just take a look at our 125 slipper 200 would be cheap for them Shoes for Ladies Look our line for 148all the latest toes lace and button Mens Shoes for Sunday or every day 100 QTRA W HATSWe want to set rid of the kJ and to do this we will pive up all the PROFIT At ACTUAL COST THEY MUST GET OUT We have the above hat in Brown and Black and good to close out a 87 CENTS Come and see them for yourself They are 150 and 2 00 hats but must be sold Eggs and Feathers take market price paid for same TH L9usvHhfOriginators PII TAILOR MADE CLOTHING IWe are agents for M Born Co and Lamm Co Merchant Taylors who guarantee their work in every respect in workmanship fit and prices Come in and see their samples before buying READY MADE CLOTHING We carry the largest stock shown m town We are overstockd right now and we will sell you a suit hoc almost your own price SHOES OXFORD SLIPPERS Our stpck of Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes is com pleto Mens Button Shoes Black and Tau Mens Lace Shoes Black and Tan Mens Low Sboes Black and Tan Womens Button Shoes Womens Lace Shoes Womens Ox fords and Womens Sli peers Jhildrens Button Shoes Oxford and Slippers We bought our shoes at Low prices aid we offer special inducements in prices DRESS GOODS and DRESS TRIMMINGS- We are still keeping up our stock of Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings and we can suit you from the cheapest Serges Mix tures etc to the very due Parisian weaves Come in and ex amine bur stock and get pric- esWAHU PAPER Dont forgot we are Headquarters for everything In Wall Paper CARPETS AND MATTINGS The special prices we have been making on Carpets has in creased our sales one hundred per cent If you need anything in this department takeadvantage of our low prices at once EVERY DEPARTMENT- We will make the lowest prices in each and every department for the next Thirty Days that was evermnde on equal values Iffe have the godds and must dispose of them We want money and are compelled to have it therefore profits will not be considered when a customer offers us Cash for goods I CUNN1NGHA41 DUNCAN = 1 J r mmeNthorrectSt a Bight iicE flErythungFFeshhaee11 e I v ilisuiitWtilt t 11 bIte Leutber Hebs Ian and Block Leathe alt a oll atid Sitf i1 r Be Ladle White Collars and Cuffs Wuil id loves Mritlii blat ltiii 1 sate ISn ear buttons New things to Iiosi 7 audlAidkerctiie fsti t Full stJC of Silk Umbrellas IS a helve jU8fen ai aA uline nik r Ladtc8 Muslin Underwear they Aire well mane bdfitujl M iiW and see there Our root s P ecialay1z the W CQIiSly r li3nrof these summer corsotsl you will like it We ltat arieJ J tj1t rH oft e W J long waist short Waist and medlu ll extrasl aiI t We have just receIved a freh lot of Sun qJ elae rn Wash Goods forf dresses and waists tt y n fl1iiLadles Gauze Vesta from 5c to 75cv t t x r l Fans from 5 cents to Slw it V ntoe Callaml seethe Special Low Prices we jare lqttoh Woo a s iDress GooJs tf I MffGHORD RQBERiSW L r 5 1 JOHN W CRUME 8RO i LE7 DING LIleRY EH- LGB7NON t 1 tI 1itX- e V STABLEBpsldiflg Avenue and Mulberry Sirejlit Back of Norris House 1ht s tv Ito JJ t GOOD VEHICLES F1RbTOtASS iIQ 91 Special Rates to Commercial Men Safeand Rejiabi0u5j Sfe Washington Country Trade Solicitedt JJf S r W W SPRINGFIELDrt t SAW AND PbANINGM I It MARKS GREENE Props tr MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN kinds of Rough and Dre3sed Lumbet Lathes Mouldings ings Frames Sash Doors Blinds Tobacco Ho sbcads Cypress Shingles Acme Cement Plaster etc Bill Stuff cut to order on Short Idlice highest Cab En11 paid for all kind of Logs Call and see us apd get pfjces Jrg IJr Office and Yard Jockey Avenue Betipt lain hd nauroq t Lightning Hot Drops What a Funnr Namel Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Cay Without Relief Thor Is No Pay SuthcrlandH Engl8 Era Salve is tho IestniotnulntIn tho world for any and kindsl of sore skin diseases etc end eta guaranteed to euro by nil dealers pot np In tubes at 25vencb For sale by lUydoti t Itul erUton prugglnts PLYMOUTH ROCKS PLYMOCTHROCKS EXCLUSIVELY havo some very fine cockerels and pullets for sale at a reasonable price Also eggs In season MRS He M ONAN Springfield Ky A now tiueory In tho treatment of coughs lung tapd bronchial Directions has bten advnnced by the inannfttpturrin of Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It truly a wonderful remedy All dealers soil it on positive guarantee For Halo by Ilnydon it Kobcrtaon Druggists Dr Bolls Anl Pain cures diarrhoea and Ktunmer complaint crntrtpH colic and paths Itj healing tho IntltimuiHtloti It stops fcrmoatatlnh and relieves Jut mctllntclr daitKorof foyers is voided lhy 1t1 tIt icand 30o putties qnnmntood by all dealers For sale Uy tfaydon Robertson Dr Boll8 Plan Tar Ilonox la dfl6ifont from all otljercongli rchicdleg Itcilrcn by allaying tiro Inflnmmnlioh nndlV lag tone strength vigor and Vitality to tho rcspltory organs Guaranteed by all dealers For solo at Uaydon t Robert Sun Druggists g 200 AvYisrriphysician ulnas fee A IIIaA50 Cent bottle of g Neat s Laxative VlllpntyourcystnnlnRo6dorder ItO cures Torpid and btu sthcr Con O tpationlleadachectc Plasasitaad- ufefornnagesondsesea AscleutUic and ronrdrngtforiG t Cupt 8y phey U3S1 Slat DIoca Cal sal8y tahililhx 4WT Remedy le tho fret mcdlclndl hattbterflilinr that would dp njo unirgrtmj Irfe6 5otg It tIf Fr ff SThm na5 aatetcYve arehei aru eathowaasaufldihucriedfort JWhen She became 1IIIis lb lUn to Qtdcitaiea W Itdrea theittsthlai f r Noatls tlTc trro to SuiHrlib fthe H feV3LjtiiEh outs 5Qe- arELGINO tJt Ji421J 5M fc STALL jqK tfirod by AS rKhos f toTBROS t teelrkoT AnUdotOlOjf Mahess f Major KosSU Jftp jMorrisonj 1 lrsI jtWj Neli lfli Blue Jilt 7fif NollythadnnihfEg6tlIoylsidj E1ginr t LI84dirt vttltrfastt trials 1 Second DaurHitlftecol8 WhIpl ThlhtPtini nbyb lQijdaa Vouflhbulb Old clJv by itfckahk This colt cphitUubs tb blpqd oE two of thb worlds ftreateli i sfrcs5 anti tfatiBedofas la the attroo wltreIlstSteen MbuntnioMtti4 being dam of b and grand frn of 185 CoiumbfnQ oath bf Stand grand katuof2i H N bwifdam baVlngjJ colts Undltt tang colts mfisJrO or KelCer This ful low ha3Ihdi lit19Xell ifs t edigree rI10 10 iKSUR d bi IIfio w JRAY QURH iiKMao y 1 1Cherpcyy thlIttl chlldrentt lid lhortiqb grinder twat SAuettirg to rciiulato tftcjgjlycr or cjfre iponatiotutori and blltotnesi Jh ttelW Any fnvfo Tnbetss what UiejmtiSt hKVf Tbv y fmUdI otablo25c vial every wUorbiallor nt Ilaydon k Jtuijcrt li 1fr ut t 1 t iUnTheTonlcJJmb fonn t rrecfrataeat r rr r T A Tvcr I i J r jiJ t- J i I Ffr 11 11 It ttp p ttJ Jtf I tio LNVLEARi r 0 4iF j 1- l611 AtAN8O1 v 0 FaIJ d bbn tate d Dltt of cltemen of SectS ondh If u3 ebr otOlerautrn10in mora i treqnct tilaD Ini tar- I ThuKooIEm faJlqsti0 Jaou lY Iorb thOrn and ticpr ioro JIlonr buTofecnCbihtififla i Iimpostor beads a nio1 which threatens tbp pence of IWcOHatryrthat 1olenrntJoc t Tbo qtwtovont t 1hp SolItunedil bo Bengall di t Nagporo the abptiginaWbot jvbJch 9 lave joined the Cbrisfiau drarch An jliciintlicjt rqu ppdScofEFih Prcaby crian by the thousjuW Blisa a lad of tfS 20 w1iobn11asedjromrIstianity 1lvaa In the jtaiglovimjii companion trhln n finch olllBlJtniUBfor n moment tfratl figured his fi nnI1s rfend E- II 2ntedhiD1nnq g li jBirBafrptnraod to j tin village CwlknaY 3jTdim laimea r liinsoH nuiincarnation who could work L ac1eprie1g Ji His first cMjWaa loaf ojt a baby who AM porfecUjjjJvell jffe breathed upon it deolaredM had cured it and his Lamo brobgiit thousands Of tim simple dom wonjmpcrs folds feet Over ev Itertcas off eicknesajibo pronounced nJt r 4 tharnii fsti J oJjjbcrhiea dHnes pll fujEnglI nuitabScdralhoLuth choolnflCha b3sa Star fitoro ctaro vas thoiavofHeTn ipcatfd UEnrffdxnWed that Christianityi twnI rt VqO USthG o ii fery to church and the penSlssidirto wet r toots Ijto Hosobu procl d iJof tho tI fcoiM for a 1iXJd dayrujd hour AU tttrto be ilcsfoyea by fire nu rim I except found rSg ih hia ibO to1i 1fJS I ilthO Pl to spend theIr g at once qlomu with tbeetn1t mat the Hindoo doaI9rscould not sup lytbe dciniujat Ehecbnjing harvest tvonld not beed1T1ieta1t1ojit5or4 l tngly fere fawed into the crops 7h iBoBJfflawatlea nt blgb J100nj en the fijtocfay for doom nncf nothing 6ccprredt Bins tleila fetrfpgrbetwefir twq fflBddcclatQti Jhat J1endxvoiild mil coine till that broke The arest EBlhhJdiSJftmar holafriedto orn the oypdct11W don 1Mi lroltitude Jndfeared n 1nom iii lormed tha British acpnty commissioner RiJ J ihbOUntY V1t ReSODt 1 constablqtarres J tbejJiierf b J1thl ro1 JO rrnt bGloosso flf 8nthetutes 10no dnn JndtuIflee B tbeit went out himself end by eight frrestea tho p1et wo way r Fleepixj in the midtoIj hirchosci fo11I- JW I Bntby Uwt tlwfe therarvros the bcgln tiinppf It rebellion such as In Lord 1athotisie tithe caused it1ro Santer Vrarjn tho neighboring Bill AaUirsa fwt W ittlopioPhKiO tils return In ffonrdoys nod TiOPO npn t yhom he ndI ordered to arm ihemisetVM Svith axte trailed iJa vain Now afraid of tho mil theySdrCflpckipg to the chapels eager to ba 0tecognizr as QhriBtian but of these ftp inajorftyztraj expected to change their mind when tneU ttQr nnd dolur iioaiavo disappeared with Blrsaa long jjfopriaonmeDt in distant place A aim jjilarjnjposterl cansedTyhat Joiqwuaq th war f the ax arong thotffls- P4 BoDUxA ca Edinbnrgh Sc tami1nI t iXIo nad nir Mono J Soon rnxtod Whether the well dressed nan wIio 7 1oodon the comei9t JQcksou trcot and- f ncificr avenue abott5Q oclock tip other evening nad threw away tGOO or millionairet3 a jr flctotylS the grain pit tejnst a plain- Jnol with more money tbau brains will V jtobably never ba known His liberality drewut largo nndjoyons crowd At the flrst jinglo ci the silver dollargr cent Jloccs qmartcr doUarrandrxnaller coins Acre wns o rush for possession Olorks Packnien EOwsboyss4cegrapbmpcon VJerpMomo Etaid looking business1 1e jolqedin t6tngglo tTlio mc4 1 p kctswet full of tho COfDdUld b4 311IdUh ou du U11mair I W lhorovj15flght and sl1 to got ttIe oc nfld OJ nn iICd1h r1ilis tcnoj to tho rijomiiHe arrived too lute for tho etrangcr Lad exhausted his supply ofrcoin wet wilted uway while tho rtigec crowd iaa fighug for tle last Zp iaadfnLrGhlcaga TiraeaHoraldi I A Ifew Cry Prom Boston iii tonhsancvcrprceced fQ mnntln orSjfeflnipagij ofMgroateatfrlendifllonr great ImproTflmeabj and rtI t t5li9uld bay pna placed on the itsaodworJ 1i OSsitoC9 eS9 t nnd 1 t Hipeiaaction Jor pur public mcSi have f jme n9Cbfng absoldtciy wthluir and iurgrcnt nosaper uietJmro hung i Ii to5tbat Haluafrpni troftbocap 3Sw 9lVnd provented tthe people from bnil41ng uitdiouBo Tbicbw6old be i 5lb keeping with tbeiigfitbat J7elivo in Boston Ibrnul qbrio j I t ID j ibl curlouB rilhsb mndo by Ur Antonio Ponhfleanieljacopy rcops Fables translated Into sAiteoor Nun t tesIx1 ith Cens try perhaps by Father Sahagon or Ifaer Bantista of tEo College pf Tla loK tip wlicBO UK Bativo izteo jgutha were iiiijitruclbS tithIiUwbn1t1esnndt rc1 4 1OLtf4 tiJa reading book ia done Ju pum j e6ahdbaBnow been published 11 iffcmphjet fonn London Globe rt ci p2o5rdont itl4 baking spyftS1 Brtid the bradCt withyeast Id like to know bylpniatho thpbackh fJCZWt tfaifc m t1ettQt brSi kedf nnavrofod tlieiramp jinS gistently afflflato vritli Ssri zrtAriE fo UPi 1 Wrnrs Show tho Wind to Jfta Hlocrlne la 1t fJU Direction J6 have been Bubmitting statements frornJbprso brefeders bnyera and shippers AvMdiilliiiri ogrpod on two fncts tlrst the best draft mores have largely bpen cent to market second there 1st9J bo no eVidencoTof much of a revival in horlerbteedfng thla season These two facts furnish diilary comment on the mostextrnorl iji IIpUfluitSII yf a profipedtivOShortago of supply in toy oommodityi make hhste to Block upI hi th direction Parmera who are face tofac Vith aa actual shortage of real iJ ly good horses view the Eitnatlon with Indifference mid decline to breed for a 11CJIOt1traithe course of merchants Shall it beS Buidtbat awbolo etrawstack must llJ on the farmer before he can take thek hintSStraws continue to float in from va none cectioua of tho country A press dieptvt nfroni Decatur J icb announces that oasternibnyors nro purchasing largo numbers of draft and driving horses ini sonthoru Michigan for liipmcnt to Now fork and Boston at riricea considera bly higher than have prevailed in this state for several years It A Madison Wis daily Piper reports j ft1f market IItimeII ont and Chlcagoi and la1ilwnnkee bpyers oocnred yearly Bprses 6IprioesSraugirig from 40 to flOOnnd T70 ure informed that thu horses offered baa sjml1laims tp be considered of a BUpetibpyer IJeso aro moroly rBtraws Horso breeders can hcod them or not just ns theydeom wise The Gazette offers just one observation founded on rock bottomI fstrawlL do not float against tho II current Breodors GazettejSpring Fattened Steer The 85 steers that sold July 10 ware ij CSbgns grades except thifeo or four which were Galloways They xCcro twos I1t IIThoyII will They wore not pushed from calves but always Tiad plenty of grass or graiii kpcpihomiu comfortable thriving gopdhionl Jcoinmencfid feeding them last fa1ln fife nlug corn as t grass season was passing They eI wholo corn audV fpddpr nritfl sprlIgjWore cd untilnot onffoll ab9ntJoD Toyranij spring I added a small ration of 6ilniea1to their feed Wo also gave them some bran with their other feed while wo could jet in a price that socmedio justify ns About theist of June I observed thnt they would lick UDihobnuv and tho oil meal and the corn thnCm1s shelled in breaking boforo thfey would tackle tho Lard cars of corn anctjfibatfihey ato the latter very slowly J tSenrbad a lot of corn shelled antI uLIoiI the steora Were fed on BhoUetffSira soaked 24 haura and tho oilmeal and bran as bo fore I Bhbnld have said they wore nil the tfmq on good blue grass Hero waB pt least a fair Variety oT oed blne grasy shelled soaked corn oilmeal and bran Until I learn better I shall try tofur uish feeding cattle with a reasonable aricty in thcjr ration They ate the soakornjyfth relish I shall practice soaking tgrinding cofhberoafter when BunfiffSrr feeding The ettera wero bought at t6 per hun dr dwoight On July 11 I sold another bunch same TanmberV 3yearold Angus grades except nfewj which Were Gal lowayj on a market 6 to 25 cents off and with three undesirable titecrs in the bunch These bronght 371L They were typical cattle sonic of thorn under 2- 4iith5bIdrw1thshorI i legs round bodies line bone and just ouoogb bend and neck tolivo on They were fed lthjtho other bunch and in the same nnnIner I am raising most of my cattle aud as 1 see it now win aim to feed them off at 2 years oldCor Breeders Qa petto Yko Ctodt Polnta Sprayjni tre a vlh paris green and loudou purpfo certainly does not poison the pasture underneath them Illinois is guarding well its immense live stock interests by rigid inspection of the health of nil animals exposed in the market qr found elsewhere The it spection for lumpy jaw cattle ought however to be severely followed up in the matter of tanking tallowing anti making fertilizers of those affected A heeL that has lumpy jaw in which nay Of the ulcers have over broken is not fit for human food or for animal food either Young cattle like sweet ecru green fodder and oats barley and other kinds of green fodder just as well ns the milk cows do Vhcn yon arC planting spiling crops for tho cown to full Lao on when the pasturoa begin to fail dont forget to put in enough dgivo the calves and cotmbflotoeS v Tho Illinois live stock commiERion did litnvo work last year in rooting out of the state glanders among horses Wher ever an nuinistakablocaae of glanders tas dlfcovorod the horse was slaughter ed and horses that had been exposed to contagion were quarantined till past tin Danger Snoh inspection an this in every state in tho Union would give American live stock and moat products a roputa Hiou abroad that wqnld furnish no ox cnse toforolgu CI11jfQr disCrIm ins ngainBt them When nnlmasbccomercstbessand- enflsfiedreexvoniaui4JxrltabIe not iuatjj ing to their food with relish it is i guentlya1igutbatiheyuoed iltr Keep t inI mo forn fbor e n et nt Ijt aoffeiittjinbeyflike Charcoall and Klf inixed together ntaGf nnch to UkoepLoga ja health l br bo a1ryst i baeiraantle1dea for Q13 welgh PostagestampcaEisarein lizard PI wIshsilvtedg and iiavo le escti cllddpapcr very fJC pombioation Is of forded fn the nUlLS gttaot in lilVeiIJ rncI decorated ipcrcelalnY S rA peIcOOrsl1crbpXIQ Dt form 2 incbce high and IS Ipches long holds ruby velvet ptnhiOUJQWiors Cir 61a p fr i1 Bcwnreof Ointincutspi6qfofflitliatt 4 Contain Mcrcnr f iw mercury will surely dcmutry bftBOH8e of fltnoll and completely derange the whole system when cntcrlngit through tho inuubus suriGj8 Jjucl art lesj shouldnocrbe usoxeopt fth proscrIp- tions froin rciUtablo jjhyslcians iins tho dninngq they will do istonf01d Id tho good yon can possibly derivo from thom byIno mercury nnd js taken iiileriinJly acting diroutty upon the blood inlrnn buyinghailsgonuino It is tnkcn intrnnnUy and rondO In Tolo lo Ohio by F J Choaoy A Co Testimonials free iprsoll1 by drngfistH price 75 coutH per bottle t i IMrJnriIP lIordnCjnn oldtisoldier sltungjtt nru fiIieb was pvorcly jtlllictcd with rh6iliiIhtlsinbuttir Oivod JWj1IlIor1alntimes my uackwould utho sobzidlj tlmt I could hardly jylso pp If hiil not gottou relief I xrdultl notlio hero to write theao 1uv Huos CfiuniUcrlaius lain niilm laidono mo a groat doal of good and Ifool very thankful fur it Bueklens Arnica bnlvo The Ixsst milvo In the Avurld fdrcutf bruises sores uicoKIIH rheum fever sores tottpr ehlipueU l bouts chilblains corns and all skin eruptions nnT pv U lively xii piles or nu pay rcqnirck It is guarunterd to give satisfaction or monevw funded 1rico 25e per box ut Haydoii Kobcrtsons Drill Stoic pofrCtdlgSflontho uso of Ayors rills They cleanse and strcnxthan the whole allmonlnry canal and remove all obstrnutioiH to tho natural functions of either sex without any unj loasant ollects TiuthPt1i in thn back disagreeable tisto iii thonifnitli amdtmrlrmrggung doxvii sensation in tho louts in caused byn stoppagn that can hn prornjtly iXnirdicU Neat Laxative natureis remedy IhI WI a bottle tIffCi tQIJ airori ofJulIJ1n lislrict 04 for IfJiS 2 Qand lt st AVinyi tiUia IIroSin district No4 tax dnofor lSi5 fTJ anil ost Mary hahn 40 of lard tliatrujll No tax lilt for IS5 tjl no1rust ThosC Montgomery 40 acres of land in No4 tux iluo for ISSWUla l8rtl aha rdt 0ohu Tjimbcrt 75 acres of land in dlbtriit tax due for f382 and COst TT D Prathcr of lapil in dis trict Xb 4 tux tlua4for lSi5 t230 nile coftt r Wm Simpsoi 7 acres of laud in tlisr tried No fluX fltio for IIfr 4sKi and t Trent Ruth 20 amos of Inndin district No 9100 tax anU wst 47i Elliott heirs aws of lain In llntrlct 05 H lax andcett cdO JOHN T iAYfiiojT S YoC Bv Fll Masters S c Y 0 o h 1 I FREEi y We have made nirnngcracnts for a limited number of vent ly 6ubscrptioiia to th- eLJkDIES i I I a r HOME I IDEAL I i t s An illustrated monlhly mapa 5 zine4 ublislud atCbica r and 5 Containing Stcnes Sfcetchts r unit everything interesting fur the home 4 to1tber p v tine Dollar Cchin ndvnnce gdtLi i first coinei first served 2 1v J Address all communications ito pEp t iUIJriSUElt i Pj10 f t1 i 4 viYj p tuRljINt G1A t AND BZTm ED WITH BALDSITho Danger is Aferted by Thing ef YER S Lf IVIGOR I Nqarly forty years ago some weeks of siclcness my afterj turned gray anq began falling out so raijiilly that I was threatened with immediate baldness Hearing Ayers Hair Vigor highly spoken of I commenced using this prepareS tt tion and was well satisfied with the rcsmlt that have never tried any other kind of dressing It stop ped thejiairfrom falling out stirau latetf nnew growth of hair and kept tIme scalp freedom dandruff Only an occasional application is now needed to keep my hair of good natural color I never hesitate to recommend any of Ayers medicines to myXyrptIsMrs II M HAIOHT AvocaNcb IAye Hair Vigor TRFPABED ORSLCAYER c COLQIELL S Au SarsapaFiZti24emovcs ltnpics- If it retjnired nn annual outlay of tlX to Insure a family miguulsL any serious con0ueuccH from an attack of bowel eoinjilalnt during the year there arcj many w4io would feol it their duty to ijiay it that they ennui not alVird to rial their llvoj and those of their family for Mich an amount Any onu 1I11jct this Insurance for 25 ntthnt being tho prico of a Iottlc of JhautlCrJain lUjJic Cholera and Pinrrhoea KeincAy In al most Cry ncitililiorhood tiomo onehas died fivm an attack of howej complaint Ocftvro niHlicine iou Id he lrttrretlor a Jluyln11 HUinmoneil Our two loet of this rrincily will tore an v ordinary caso ft never fiiiLj Canyon atlord to tuko the risk for so sumil Itit amonnl PayingSiop Get ur Great Catalogue aril Bny Guide Well ccnd it for 15 cents in stamps to pay part postage cr erprcssage The Books free 500 Pages zzoco illuslrations 40000 deftcriptiona everything thato weed in life telis you tvhat you ought to pay whether you buy of us or not One prot from maker to user Get MONTQOMERY WARD 6 Co- Crleiiuitor of the Mailorder Method Iizss Michigan Avo ChicgO c 1000 VAYS TO CURE A COLD Qulnln semIte tt tm Iltt ni sad qululnc ua ijt t bI nwJcadorrr x0rh r sy nrr n lb tar cart TLbtyttomtII1tiUmItOLuastea rut1Jnan not lral4abl Indro IrlpM u1wlthCadtsJC UrnIeclltik n dBl t2ierarkctcflrdttsutta5- 1iaatrx trill stn aim Itatkrt LvVLnet RELIEF EASY TO GET cfFjfWI1irnril m1tliloirt utr I tfl tt tin CtILtst1Jf S i ijliu itcrtSaica4UIun Cushmans Menthol Inhaler a level lrOfrU nruard CrntriiI rnlrclln iurms1cp uiaI rwkr4 1tJpsln ry iJA nivrllf sri lit rrna but It sIe rulJ nmkr itt It little liuirvmrul kiiovn riaUyumipinlriili Inmdnrbn corvln fltser a tore throat tatjrrh bare to urrori NEVER NEGLECT COLD OR COUGH Nut Ctd or sad Grippe doit COfltUfltt- IvuILcrsuxsmtlsntLtrurrtcaidi umt dtj trrt Ittsztt 15 Ua tsr bittImjt krep ItUZA3t UIUI toflilte offavoia ttIIcrjScS i Y The Greatest Authority in the World 1eJ lrtvmt Duowsr F noIL Srnlor urr tri tot Thrtt Knnlli tJt3l n tttia1 acIetfI IDnnrrruH 1s IbM aarvIwi acut tend 4 Fr rnocf IMllff m s tnt ottnOtotu to nturtt rrthaar 1secitts flsIuIAIs- I t smSTHciZSlttLUi ctttot- I k4Y l1undls prsnnuut I 6I fhnm Ir tattt dI tt totI br4wo7Jia4brutf- lrlnz ti tle ilapict nM wiltir500 1 rlttrte5IntnIIlSGuStIMA K MOST IN QUANTITY OUT IN QUA WURMS Ii WKJTPS CRE- AMVERMIFUCE FOR 420 YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies GUARAHTEEOI e 1sflorISTLot Weak oyc are itiftrto Btntny vlim ou is hinuloelcar Hycs are rcuiovidiftnt yrauulntcxl Jills or w ro eves of any kiiu may bo spptKTHy rnd oircvetuatly eared hy the ot jjiitlicrlamln liiglo lye SaiVift jint iy JIi ttjljos ntjtl isbld o tn gunriintco by nil Uealprs For silo by Iftaouc Itobutoi 3I s It 1 Pike Suggestions Let all the roads that wish to leave off their gates do so Levy a tax or all adjacent pr6peftyj poly able m money w0rk rocketc sufficient to maintain your gift to them Appeal to then pride of civilization aud true manhood Al lowno bttgary in a county likeeuf Let the miih lines whichIJreself sustaining remain as they urn save your money the peoples money Keep the roads in peifect conditionsmooth and pleasant to travelover have a good gate and keeper kept strictly closed day and night with a good light burning and a clock of timeI police protection t to the city andcountry This you will find a wise and jut solution of tho question The pikes and people of every neighborhood slfoald maintain with- In themselves their roads Every true citizon should contribute will ingly IfDottour laws should be more strictly enforced and the citi izen bo sade do so Evory farmer cam contribute something rock work open a drain repair a culvert set a hade treedo something to improve and adoin the pleisures of his highway and more than pay his toll Another plnnJhc French meth od Every rond is kept in perfect condition by a wheel tax or license Their roads are feltsustaining and no cost only to those who use them Every bicycle has to pay 2and every buglYSa twoseatedvehi cle 810 threeSeat 815 etc The tax is jut and willingly patti and the funa is ample to keep till the roads in thorough rpiir and clear nol pleasant I think this plan is a good one I would like to seeuit tried if must abandon the gate system 1 am decidedly opposed to yourr plan and for many icnsons The main one is Our roads are used arid abused the most by people who will pay no tax in fillY sllpeJou cant even collect a poll taxanli the great bunLn of wor iajj and repairing our roidd woull failor onethird of the ipeojlc and one fifth of these jicv ruae the road at mulIJB Kennedy in Lexington Leader Cure fur Headache IAMI remedy for all form of lcvidariio IElo trlc Bitteinliis proved folio thcvort best It cUcots a purmaiient cure and the most dicudcd bcadnMios yiohllo its inlliipnro We urge till who tro alltiittod to prtxiiro a liotilt and jivo this rvnicdv u fair triid In cwo of lirbitiml cousvi inl1ltlHitKos long rtKisi tho use of lIds mwIHne fry it otuo Kitty etuis and at llay lout A KitbertMinH ding store Jerry 1ovter in Polities Speaking of the drummer in pol itics I came mighty near getting into politics myclfin Kentucky playedcm from tho trenches to the mountain top from the celh to the garret anti 1 anti Gov Urnd Icy ordered out the miiitintHI II cailte home And Ive just heen thinking whether Id continue to drum anti stand at Itnstsorucchnnc of of going to heaven hcn I die or go into polititics anti go to boll sure as the world Illlullt like politic dont liko to follow any businosd in this world tiisit rrqnirea me to stick a knife in the back of my b6t friend nnd ask him to stand and bleed while 1 go and kisaun iuinyon the front tooth to get his vote I was in politics eight months nnd walked over eight thousand mil taking follows nsitleto whisper something to them and I flavor rold any two men the sjrao thing I neYcr whffhomet a daywith my self or any other man and 1 whis pored so much I almost lost m voice and I got un if IIwanteit to tell iny mother I loved her Id call her side aridmhisper it HtowardH t I and had t3 go barefooted And if I over get to be Senntoi from Knucky then the blaok dove lot dieapuointinent will ne cr hover mound of earth wlere the dQg fennel atid smart weeds and penny ri1nro growing nbwve my forgotten expecliiitPouttiaytdturfa trcuiNpvech before Drum mos Convention at Tcrro Haut V lnd lcrs will huh CIinmb iInIns Cough IMo especially valuabib for cronn v cough It will givejmmipt- 1nllntnnil anfdpndr nlniisnnt Wo lmavt toold it forsivora l years nnd it Juts sieves fnUed tn gIve the lUQsi perfect sattsfuc tion O W Hicbnrds DuqnwnoT Wv ttxlepasoabutrJ fojthatc i t i t rw O l t l0l f VS V 4fiW for Infants and Children rHnLTY1 years ODservatiott of Gastoria with the patronage o gmillions of persons permits uata speak of it without guessing It is unqncstionablythe best remedy for Bifants and 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