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Couocll No 62 meets every fourth Monday 1 KaaoPfletAMet nl1 second I and fovrtkifioSay tn each month j KIlter TSiT 3JCBEtSMOCt8 every first Wednesday of acliuiotitho COUNTY DIRECTORY- p CIOUZOOtJfiTlSlS CLrcuttCeutb11d 9n dAy b2Yfld0Ct6 b cE ft fi i sweneyOnmmonwea1th Attorney M CapbeU clerkI JJFY 81s astsrcoJt1oie QUART OOUIIT Q rteTlyC9 b hcld the thlrdMon r diy to Jasuuy April JultndOcfobclf I JackWTompsoJd rfi g JI teuIrrYG uTfpCsitCouft meets on the fomrthMon Ir 4wIeaonthbkwretpo1siJUdge WP 4iekst Co8Dt7C1erk I nanaa County Attorney i tIKtutlal1r 4 tT 1LI WRThanaan x f4XutsrilMiia 8 coalltrsunefor- i J 1YD IIbrp JOr R Atfoe Deputy fWMcLrO7 County Treasurer J53 rmN FJBLD omtOTOPV JT4eePo11ceZud- gOZL J94ctarsha1 t vr TTOl edcitrAltorney 0 1iGIU8T1COOURT jjJustice courts are held In Janury4prfl gsJuiy au4 October 1tI iS IrrlTil Ut topataH of Trains f 414431 1421m fja PM n45l240Arr pnnRfieldlv58pI50 f It 80 12 Va1Toy1UIL5si M 647 017 EJt Itookor J I 6 troakes 6M 158 603 2 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have won doesnt it Coakeley awed out 16 of them and they couldnt hit a balloon if Ooakeley was to ealla over the diamond Winning thun ethey will never see tho day theyr play the same nine that they can beat the Cspb llvjll doll Why bless yonrsonls these pennyrrie boys who I course have no fleas on them can yb1L The Springfield boys are a nice set of fellows but they live in e house too much and do not take IJboysing go out in the pure air and eplit up alt a cord of stove wood milk two cows U tile family has them and plc1fenough b1Lckbe Tiea before break fast to make a blackberry cobbler for dinner The oxllerating morning air Ives them new blood and new life nd they naturally feel like they could knock an ox down And there lies the secret of their jmcceas a The two vic ENTHUSIASTIC le by the home ball team has seemed rouse considerable toJJjj- n the game among local rodt ers ItPractioo has developed some good players from local i talent and Springfield can put i p a nine now that will make a ood game for anv of the neigh orUjg clubs They want another hack at Uampbellfville they say and if that aggregation can iit not be induced to come hert ain the boys say they will try and pay them a visit to their wn grounds Anyway they are spoiling for a game and they want t redeenrthemselves from le bad start at the opening of the season pHEY DIDNT WALK The great I ten mile walking match for the championship of the world between Dan Gilman champion f Kentucky and Dan somebody else champion of elsewhere l which was adverLsed to take lace at the Fair Grounds here ast week failed to materialize or material and various reasons 4e two chan blpjis with theirb managers and seconds and trainm en who wore probably to be found in the sbap of a colored l boy and a young fellow with a ban and baby game drove Inw rom Bardstown allright Jirir ay evening all prepared for thereat event in every respect Mjssibly except one The truth before the great walk could f e walked they found that it would be necessary for the f ghost to walk Itor in other words the managers of the Fair Grounds required a cash rental r the privilege of the track l etc As there did not appear to be enough money in the gang to pay for a nights lodging the two champions and their tollow ers quietly pulled out again in- the direction of Nelson county The sooner fakirs ot that char acter learn that Springfield is not a sucker town the better it will be for them a e TATHAM It was my pleasure I recently to spend a few days at Tatbam Springs enjoy the pleasures and comforts of that resort and partake of the water which is said tq make one holy happy and pretty The season at Tatham promises to be a very popular One and up to the pres ent time the number of guests exceed by over three hundred that to the same period last year while I met people from all over the State From Louisville and- S ertr IIentocky towns Tatham seems to draw the most of it guests By the way the people C of Harrodsburg seen to be especially fond of the place and there can always be found a pleasantpart1Jrotnhat town Quite a nmnberbf conveniences and improvements have been dded since last year and everything possible has been done to add to the pleasure and comfort of the visitor The hotel under- thenianageinentof Mrs Wornall is up to date aid excellent in very respect Hqward McEI rot and UhrIMc5rdwo of our SpriBgfleiaboy4 preside over the register and are popu lar with everybody I Idontthink thes sngle visitor fZCUDJ the Itivafid to they utn out for a good time strictly who was not delighted with the place and the universal comment is that Tath m as a health and pleasure ort is a decided success PAIR The Fair Company OUR year ruts out ap espec ially good program Of premiums and the meeting promises to be qne of the most successful ones eld in years Springfield being n the regular trotting and Fair circuit gives it the advantage ofp getting all of thabest stock going the rounds and good crowds con sequently will follow The new atalogues will be ready for disC tribution in few days and it isljfl about time the farmer boy isI thinking about getting up that colt and shaping him for the show ring H nEfrom the Big North and ito wushis habit to visit town very seldom only on some oig occas ion such as cir us day or a hol- Iday He bad seen an advertise mel t of a balloon ascension ton be seen at the Fair Grounds hereon the Fourth and he came to town to see the thing whatever might be After wandering abUt town without finding any l trace of the object of bis visit ur country friend evidently determined on a boll stroke He would ask abo tit and probably remembering that railroadsi I brought in many strange things he broke in upon Agent Mudd with the query iI say Mibter is that balloon cension coning in on that next train It When in formed that the thing had started by but had been sidetracked atd another station or rural friend left town reflecting on the un certainties of this world l The roliticiancA North Dakota editor tlms un himgclfc The politician ia y shepherd I shall not want for anything during the campaign lie leadeth m into the aalopn for myi Totes sake Jle filleth my pocketsp ith good cigars and my beer glass over Be enquireth con concerning my family even unto the fourth generation Yea though I WAlkIntbe mud and rain to vote for him and shout myself hoarse and when elected he straightway t forgetteth me Although meeteth him in his own house ho knoweth me not Surely the wool is pulled over my eyes all the days of my life r turnln11graytable Sicilian Hair Rouowcr cures it Not Strewn With Roses Verily the way of the newspaper man is nut strewn with roses Ho prinioth the complimentin most cases asked of him and receiveth no thanks ho circulates the truthI which perhaps pmcheth andin re turn is toldhow few read his paper May the editor get his reward in heaven Ur God knows he gets noth ing save bruises and malign anmeni at the hands and tongues of men for heralding tho truth The editor may deeerve the reputation of lying but tho only grounds the public has for forming such opinion are gratu itous writeups for we must ac knowledge that in this line our stage ger at the truth often appears ludi crous even to ourselves In other matters editors above all others exercise great caution aid prudence sl1bouti1what they sjy or print iiccord I WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock teed or grain wanted or for sale or exchange Inserted in tide col umn rats or ciunoB Earners are re quested to send in stock or crop Items for publication5ii erJBoyleereoncoutiea62flretc1aaasngarmuTei i half a earload of cotton mules colts that averaged 81843 t i i Owing to the ravage of the chinch bugs George Woods will get4obmholsd of wheat offof 40 acres of laud which is the worst case of destruction so far- ereported After ruining the wheat the bugs movoct on Jib corn patch in a body and are giving it their undivi ded attentiontt A glimpse of the work of tileUhop pera in Michigan iff thus given In a dispatch from Kalamazoo Clouds ot grasshoppers swoopeddown on mead ti owa U wheat and other fields in Oete l now last week and have devoured every particle of vegetation The farmers declare thit there are tlftyt bushels of hoppers to an acre t t There can bovery little doubt but that mules will be better this season than last The bounty having been restored on sugar coupled with the fact that very little attention has been aid to the mule industry for thepast two years while tho sugar planters have bought very few in that tune is an assurance that every mulo sugar r cotton fqd this tall will bring alprice that will pay the feeder Our l leading traders have been in the surrounding counties baying up mules and we learn they fiid very few top sugar mulea Lebanon Enterprise tttBlooded dairy stock Is very cheap ow and the sensible man will putnhimself in the way to tako advantagee f the present state of There is u wonderful virtue in a thoroughbred cow only needing the ability of the owner to bring out From i all points they will bring one fourth more profit than a herd of tile corntioner sort Farmers Home JournalS t t f Doc Montgsmery Reed sold last week a fine mule to Lebanon parties or 9225 which is the highest price paid for a mule in the county for a longtime tIThe wheat crop in this county judg- Ing from what has already been thrashed will bo only about half anbaverage yield IttT- he low price of hogs is somewhat discouraging to say the least The prediction made last fall by many papers that the hog raiser would be able to wear diamonds this spring has hardly materialized and the question arises how much farther must wo rift Cattle receipcs at Chicago havq been steadily decreasing since 1892 at the rate of 76000 head per annum What is the cause of this Our popu d lation Ja steadily Increasing and our markets seem to be wen supplied it e annotwollbe from importations from outaido our bordora a quite insignifi cant amount Wo are left therefore m without this one conclusion that the coiisnmptiQn of meat is decreasing If this be true even In the minor doll theened be no serious uAPICI rehension this nation has tlbeenshould the combine raise the rate again Perhaps unfortunately the farmer and breeder ia on the outside of the combine and therefore gets the brunt of It or whats left after they get through This hardly justice to the breeder but how are we going tom help it aI L Tho Arizona KickerKWednesday evening last Mrs General Beephem gave an at home in order to show off a 940 dress she has lately received from New York and as she had her nvi tations orinted at the office of our l esteemed contemporary she felt under obligations to idclude him In the list How the old crittor evea worked up nerve enough to atteud is n mystery to us as the only society he is used to is that of Sing Lung his Chinese laundryman and his old bobtailed dog In plt y ing his respects to tho hostess he fell over a 5 gilt chair and brode it to pieces and in swallowing a glass of punch he got some of thel liquid downtho wrong way and al most coughed his blamed old head off Litter in the evening ho wipedC his chin on a window curtain and broke the glass with his elbow As a grand culmination he called Major Shorter a liar and was flung out doors in the mud Mrs Beech ems embarrassment and vesatiijn could not be concealed but she herself was only to blame sA bloom ing old cadaver who never even attended a dcgfight orspcUing cr r school cant be expected to minglel in high toned society and make much ofa success of it Friday morning a halfVroed named Joe Chin WaS found dead in the road about a mite weEkof town and a coroners investigation revealed the hot he had drunk the contents of a two quartjug contain ing horse medicine Joe Chin is the cntter who stole and ate five pounds of roller composition be longing tto the Kicker office It lYe him cramps for three or four ays but ho eventually became risky again One of the logrOOll nts of the medicine was antimony but it to9k the full two quarts to make Joe lay down lie was the- iggest liar and liar for a hundred miles around and no one will ro gret his taking off Why the Vig lance Committee didnt hang him llong ago is a matter to be wondered Over though it may be that the shortness of his wok had something o do with it It could not have broken by anything less than a f1JJtt of fifty feet It is no use hoping Joe IA with the angels Hes gone where itwllL urn the feathers ofE augels wings like dry grass THERE WAS NO SHOOTING Our esteemed contemporary came out with acolumn sensation last week regarding the incidept at t the Bald Eagle poker room which j docs two of our fellowtownsmen t grave injustice Both of them t have called at his office several times to unjoint his spinal column but the critter is in hiding and cnn ot be found The incident referr d to was a mere trifle tlr Steph en Green was playing poker with Colonel ODyer A hand came outh in which both got three aces and- oand they raised each other until there was 50 on the table When teve finally called the Colonel ana hands were wfOwn both aroaeI and drew thier guns We grabbed the Colonel and Judge Graham grabbed Steve and after u little argument both were convinced that that the six aces had beep packed up with tho deck by the maker Neither man had attempted to cheat ut it was simply one of those curi ous incidents in poker that no one cnn account for There was no shooting no hard words When the matter was duly explained the gentlemen shook bands and sat down and resumed the game Tho idea of advertising an eye alve for the cure of plies did not strike the fancy of Dr Sutherlands conservative l ispoaltion and this ho no von did until t hundmlft of people wrote the B JlSutb flan Medicine Company Padumh Ky that they bought Sutherland Eagle Eve Salve with which they curpd some ember of the family of a sevrtocaao of Sere eyen and using what was loft for plloa which also effected n euro Tet cnsos of blind bleeding and Itching piles have long been cured by this aUhonllng It is put up in tuben convenient or use and soils everywhere for 23 cents i ur sale by lIa don it Robertsonp The Ideal PanaceaLJames L Francis Alderman Chicago sava I regard Dr Kings Now Discov ery as an Ideal Panacea for coughs colds and lung complaints having used It In y family for the past five ears to theII exclusion of physicians prescriptions or other preparations Ifov John Burgus ookuk Iowa writes 1 have boon ji minister of tho Mothodlut Eplacopalc church for 50 yuan or more novor found anything beneficial or that gavo such speedy relief as Dr Kings Now Plscovoiv Try this Ideal- scough remedy now Trial bottles free at llaydon A Kobertaon Druggists Few medicines havo hold their unlJso successfully as Ayors Chory Pectoral During the rut fifty years it has boon the most popular of all cough curesI and the demand for it today is greeter than ever bororo Prompt to ac and sure to cure A Valnalbio Frcscrlptlonj EdttorMorrison of Worthington Ind Siin writes You have a valuable pro scription Electno Bitters and I can cheerfully recommend it for constipa ion and sick headache and as a general system tonic it hRS no equal Mrs AnnIpStehlea625 Cottage Grove Ave Chicago was all rnn down could note t or digest food hada backache which neverlnft her and felt tlrwl and weary but six bottles of Electric Bitters restored her health and renewed her strength PlcQ 50oand ft a bottlti at Hayden tt Robertson To prevent palo and delicate children from lapniuginto chronlo myolids later in life they should Aycrn Sareapaiilla together with plenty of wholosoino thud and oUtdoor exercise What they nood lp build up tiicysteintsgud reU1ltl tPSrr I CORRESPONDENCE MAPLE HILL t From Oar CorrtsP9Ddeat Probably the readers ot the NEWSLEADER think that we have resigned our position Mt correspondent but such Iis not the case Your correspondent has been suffering with tlrad eyes however he called Djtt William Cheatham thowell known specialiatjof IxraTsv lle and haabeen relieved so as to be able tojot down a few lines this week While in LouisvIlle Dr Cteathara told ns that his father J formerly lived near pringnol Wejalsoinat MrJohn tfrfcrixf formerly 01 Maud Hehasb in teaching in Mexico for ttie put three years and at the lose of his last term came honie feir spend his vacftfioh lin Old Kain tuck ItWhUe at Mud Mr Lux was a verv popular correspond ent of the NEWSLEAIiER- Mr Sam Watford Willisburg spent Thursday and Friday with our popular blacksmith Mr Owen Warford Rev H Jtonta Jeffersontown was In our town Thursday He was on his way to Millersbarj where he expects to hold a pro tracted meeting He was also looking for a suitable place fOlj the Cumberland Presbyterians to hold a camp meeting andwill doubtless select a site near here A match game of baseball splayed at Chaplin Saturday between Chaplin and Samuelrf Depot The game resulted in aIiI overwhelming victory for Chap lia The Chaplin team has some f the best baseball timber In Nelson county and they are able to hold their own in a con test with any team m Nelson or adjoining counties Jane Higgins colored died rather suddenly at her home near here Tuesday Protracted meeting begins at Mt Zion nextSunday the 12th Our Pastor Rev W T Eblar will be assisted by Rev A P Jones of Bur in Mr Fritz Dorsey Vallev Hill spent Saturday night with irIRodman Williams Quite a nnmSer of our people went to Louisville to spend the Fourth among whom were Messrs R Hand Chas Will lams Davis and Irvin CroW1 Shem Bishop and Wallace Seayf WILLISBURG From Our RcgvlarCorrcinodentj Mr Finney has returned froni s Loulvntet Mrs CookseyPieasant Grove IB visiting her mother t1hliiJl laceSMr G B Hawkins has rffrom LaVf ubburgett companied by his broter Mrs Perry and Mrs Ewell who have been visiting mTay lorsvlile have returned homi Rev Charles Bohannon has returned from Louisville ac by his mother y Miss Fay Sutherland has returned from Rose Bill where he has been visiting her brother Misa Elvia Bickers of Law renceburg is vWting the Misses Hawkins of this place Miss Ada Searov Lawrence burg is visiting the Misses Reed Q The telephone office is now in A B Wells dry goods tore1 Communication from all ppiuta can be secured at this place Rev Beasley will preach at the Christian cburcli Sunday Capt JW Burton is assigned to Distillery Nofi Louisville OnllastMondayfliRbtthfl stpre house bt ila kins 13l9Was destro9 aPby Nfire Cause un known u MlssrEstiier Dup anf Louis yule is spending theweek with Miss GuitaH kins Mr La iiry Lawrence ttt bpigi P with b IJrJ Slster at Tt R + 0 4S ill iv ii m p4r 10 MisslIa Sbadaty willi tijch 4 thi publlt S awl ft jcrSMIS4EIIIsaOa tcesaslway giyci tJlt oioMC bhO dUaxWri4odIIr Friday iigkt W1Jii1- G IA itHwkisivitsJiriijfri- ends uto iothltvI I Qt tof the accompilslwi Mto 4Bii Lerof L4wre to Tirfrtte 44wiljv tIte r of 0 ilcf of ollJJMtsttn TAui tbeautIful es pecIiy I sh 41 ingrooii where I at1 ee1sIuo wereSresldidv x tsldidvwhi FttIThy taLSwUhrloyesly fiowfrIn JaieS frt BOld iruwr1tsCo one ibV of iiKTK tfl7tvt pehphdrS p 1 b t 1 Mfffes ChOatlD rl VMt tsittoe sister MtL ruda1jMbbdayaaa1L3Ih One day lMt week wh1iBtttSJ her Crotch 1t13 plowHii lifi horse becacncrfngbtened rtmfM away to town s3metwotI1 ditant Cbzle Mvoy a t 7 lured thehoe wihlch wtM bruised up t Mitchell JLxoch says thiVb6 has tho best crop of tobacco Jir r the county r = 1 John D Hajshas topped twdr aresothIobacco Mr Pinna and Henry Scrja t8icame from Lotiisjiilo lastweek and reportedtha tpbaccom rket very low Scrugglsold biacrop Xof5iqehlii Vr i JI s John Sti l1akerwWttbip 11i crop of tobac oihis Week 3MM McIlv y and J Chbilhajiar soon be readyfor sbippiBg Tt J Jt Millerb M oghtWneW r buggy iiipk but girhrmeans busineis jf lMiss M aryC1ieatbOf Hat rpdsbnrg is visiting tier cottaini Miss Alice CheRtSkni1 i J SH R lIILIf i cr Oar ReuIu eerss dea4 The wheaturog iis ut alt cHite tire t llrerom the depI dl gffol the chinch bng Oats ewn ana sorghum hiVd wIso offered toM ir extent from tho M ec Me larin ftip 8jt Keiil vt JsIvar been blewei with laoaalalraiap and it iis b ltiyed tWt tkrteia twill nOtastsin much fartkfiarj from this pest cipeeialiy ifkw- eatherieesoabi ad there j every indication 4 f an kaidtni yield ofcoari tllff tobet Vro i1- 1afinOuIeverwat tbistiieoiryear ahtfttnerrlly 1tefn and grass In thiswpi ace itovtor Werice of God MMiifuteri tktci ii one ti1aprciclBnto t t commetiaITYl1e1allIiIt M is Uilp1i dtblKteteraQ ThjO firat Sundij1 Sekotk Ujiioa n held at Mt Freeiucircla hsl8uiida J Ai elsberaWro mao1r Jjref Mjl as 4 tfcr putnber of 1pakeTs 4 issys Tnedoigns outhe coaitespa etltcgtas t 11 pgpsibIeatsk srin ieprq pe4hipha eack- espeakpr waeiiiteai to ZG tiiItesit 4lfofi and spreciatye alaluQei whichj wonlavebeeMtichIargar 1 but for the rain in the early part oCthe da athei Ifttfi ii the discuLsion of die vsrioasiatjects fcwdaS810 I metUaeleJohw 5 Rbyalty riow in tItle MXtk flj yajofJiJa igf aadia the coarse Fr of a converartion Wltlt kiiJa jll tD formed o that bfr had lbetwOti one hnndnod and fty sid two hi dred bundles of fodder in Ins barn that had bee pulled fortT w yati aliSoe two or or three year ngb he deposited a htudilOf thitsame fodder in the vault of tbT first National BaLk otHarrojUUmrjc T S ffor B4f keeping I4bOtWktker these is ahotber airin the Uait 4 States who c31a1fsbew Jcdder ai 5j old as this and ttkiHk that M UneVfr John i ia V i to t11H1l thatitwoewMstk f the Wskiaten Itv heaki be sec absua4e4tkis feitkc- je Johnsjssr M ftk in their vahlti fer ft klffirf tTnclel Jcbnkib lb uft a aaocewftl l rlirmerJaa1JCeUiWIt qaili I1ffortune ilkirrawird tarfamily an1siibeyi j vf ti iil M their Tather 8 tXMlfl tart Pi4 rJrJcltz atid sbtztialfriiit4 e I5l4s ir J4 E r1 eJ 5 ftitIiiJIi t ii 4 c I 1m1m 1mi7I TE NEVJSLADEF L Jf1 va T NEWS1 A R I HU lyl1 g lsjiAVIS ri JR THE frtftite etfocratic Con t 1r itk J at Chicago The Iilm7aa n EoweatheIr strength 1 beebtnglJohn Wi Daniel 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areJbanking JOB hishonestj The fact that lethlsJ1e ictwenty year CbirgVessJand is still aii ipariiv ltpoor1X1n jsem t fgbtJ3groundsfbr Jthe f assertiond 5eeagfe ifikI Jgora11bt j for Iakugb cJ r 41ktrt yllons are tijoso persons who me 1CJDa1V r oJk4jO3rt o1an 1iin r 1uII1M1I1L1a Sq1i3y pll dealers or Tlyn4Itp9ru g V q 4tQ2Ve1NTIRE JfHl 4 y 14f Q5 F lfnfPt t 1 enq tlfls8jq e tfi l1tt1 llag 1tJS 8 lYillt 1IitinareW HIl Hbl l1ftk t Cti1Kw CraMI1dda Tery a pom f uetY8qn dy JJmCDta ilIetldl iait1td1lI j8t4 toM 1 e we 1I8h cti rail tbwff eteftii po lbJrtIi fpQrutDimbeu ohou cjtizen a 1ore tritbePFoudp1Lobanor st MisMiirrTcCullom oflJl1r lP1fl8 erftelftJast3weelcinJJii i 1cnoilLf1JiJfIfQ 1j il t1 m113 lJl nJ i1li II J8lthig her Jr tSr lJJr 1 sonpor St J j ji fj LJtJld1 trlwt QJ Miendrdebfl Eiopu J IMVIi3 7tIJ fnen1 f and Ie i en ait91 pl t Ol h he i jG Or t PIUYS 4isi4 thiB 5eptippiUidayJaet t 41a 44it JhI UI compnicd JrJill1s Uj t l J you Pt ftyjftlJddaiu JA hIgh1Ylltt M 1hi ifyAptti jaiis debbta Uijajija Jast week tM1t Vafi3e3 ou of Abeevenmg of thisJ nt iifehotzeiQing of eternal lett th6 29ih inst4M l te1detTrntnr t lielivdd until September tIextbo J o fd te beti eigb ysj1ea orlL kc ije was tberl1tb nor seven tvh1tdtn1butnaaonIy three daug Ii ttJ wrt to follow him tOihjfs grate i 4 Qaitd anui1i r t oUt Cltizon thpizRosoaiIiii8tltlc14pa RjJ MOORESVLLE1t1 I f1bi COFTpOOIOfltdrn fewitoiu from leo Lhop f1r l lof rOttiV6jmotane aiad rhope to k thiin print I1ai1 1YRain jiatbo cry hil1 JrLer dwnshe out fece s 11- u t llJLtJifrJoad LiUieSheh j au jreie the guests of their 1 V1 k V J i y brothers rear fiefe Mr John flidestdwife spent JFriday night with Mrs Bar low 2 Iifr- sMatti 61k nollJttf Jpent la W e W1thhe1 Mrs J W11 rMr Jack Shohal and familyi ylsitednear Maud Saturday Ji B loore returded ffrcmIIt F J kiOtJ YtS fllg niB bithoi- 1oLu Moore Jamea MqpQ left Jjr your city and will be absent severa weeks IoIrst Mi8t Fimnie creiwournidthcI tjof Iho Greeks io r1iAfdi1unt r ab1ioLle 4 y etnMisiiiiig l1Yshe1btdl9 T VWHHG1 r1 f Bdh oii paase do1inringcpic l tbfduflas weJ l b 4jiii s lPt r Will hMZloi eigh- r69a7andf ner sister of New M ai tkod atahort alefJco c nJrJ w XjssPear1 Adn J waif 1hbro 1n be lr lit hi1anpaideM1s S lianiji fT i n caW PeflJOflO8 jent Sittirday nighr t n urdy Jgb Wt1i 1 Old rn M1- J1 r tDShefl1J UI d l tr titIIin g plst trip rP Tatham LIrPoytonB3ggBpOnt l ya at Tath IDit voeF SuccesstotQNEwB hEADER THE LATE FRANK WALL Seldom has our cominunty been so much shocked as when outlast FWaytbo news cama thAtMr Frank Wall was killed by a railway engine at his oldl me IiiLPennsylvania That Iin tho twinkling of an eye his life had been patched away But on flthedayon1 ciap1 LIcsureStation Pa in the enjoyment of health and high spirits and possessing activity rarely witness cc 1lsubject of this sketch was born in Ireland in County Derry January 4th J810 He hada vivid re iscolectionearly5childhobd and often spoke of visiting his native land His parents Michael and Margaret McKee Wall ernigratedto Amer ica fin 1822 settling near Pitts burg Pa very near the spot where he met his tleath At an early age he bid adieu to Ms fathers home and begun life on his own resources working h5a laborer on the trst railroad built greatPeDnsylvama natural adaptabilitytp mechanips turned his attention to engine making and finally obtained a poSitlOIl4So engineer on atpa- uotnnigonb tb eMississippi HsJfollowed rjlvgr Jijfp for about seventeen earsbejng o ppriion the time a partj wner of several boatt HiamanY adventures on the water particularlv the gqjU f Mexico in nnseaworthy boats examples oLasgreat men and judgement as were ever difi playdby ariy R orompdore iii bur Ibistpry ge loyed t talk of hio river hfe which expended ov raJ ri9 1t yqrifu11Ot so manyihrilnnginciaenta and iJ 7 i Var1o sete rpr to ea- wa1ib rs tie service of the CoyernmentTnihdSeminoIe war In 1847b married Miss Oatber jnefcettey of Columbusl Gz quit rtyerllJfe and soon returned to his old home in Pennsylva a till 1886Where he followed a farmers lifer He had saved onsid erabfo uioney out of his earninps on the rlyor Whon he left dome e had but 5pcs the price of a sack of walnuts which he had gathered on his way bebweeubis home and Pittsburg Such he humble beginning of wasI handsome fortune which he poss e3sed at the time of his death Rich in years in wisdom ia vast experience and in this worlds good Uncle Prank as he was known to thousands passed away He had witnessed the great ma terial d3volopements In western Pennsylvania the growth oftthe greatest railroad system in America the establishment of toe great steel dirJIt works Alleghaney county the growth of Pittsburg from a smaU town toa large city and the tjdvadce ment of lauds and territory from thebrests tot aa pet thickly populated sottlement He had been identified wrHh everyinoThI the beltecmeptt of the public donating land for f churches schools ard the ground forthfrdopot Ot the Pennsylvania Railfbad which bears his nameS Wail station1 Ini866 MrWall det Uiedin rnvetoentuc1v wlieraEt9o eidfltenlsaiithe ta dlWHJjbet jler and the advantagesfoF edir ca t1tinghiacidrttc looking over the region from IMaysvilleto Lexington hofinally bam4 to thlstco6ntjr bju bt land a thndThough a stranger tdus be nqBlt rty weLitc me 11 evet ioydpir peoo and w 1h inppygilding hawa pnd or otfr most J e Jl 7eydlonrtcoJJltJ BetweQn4ne potir anri0ZjiqbjgIi and low t3i eno fIi i tjol1 Oqe 9tbS m rked 1mJa4 rsic fi the TdspecCao d cojdea1otaiishqw ttird pinmupity ias thrown I mourning ovw hjsdeath rb vat concpurse of people who followed bis remains to heir l trcsting place attnc1Ld u highi esteeIQrini wqlc he e4L1h 4Stfd than amQn us can yor re veiit tothdnameiandjnejnprjj of FtanH Wall and say that he ev r deprived them of a farthing tbetrowntQat be ever failed to Comply with his promises and libeially compensated the labors for his home He vas an hone mdh without guile a brave man withoutaffront a friend without aStint riveted with books of steel strong believer in Christianity and the traitsof the church to which he belonged the doctrinof of which as he often said were taught him by hismother whoiume he pf ten used in greatest reverence His memory wi 11c ever be dar to us his honest upright career a lasting example roraUwho knew him Peace eternal to him who during a on and eventful life was poitid ed to Ran honest Godfearing man The griefstnckea family has the sympathy of the entire coin munity and the writer of this brief hastily written sketch sensibly feels in the death oi Uncle Frank the loss of a true and tried companion and friend S QUARTERLY REPORT OF TIlE CONDITION OF PEOPLESDEPOSfl BUNK nconoiwPth IGrA- t KY tliOClcmo otbU3iflcS3JUne RES UWF Loons and Disrounts SD3C3063 Loans to Directors oUcr5uotJuooeluded Trln 5001ot surqd1U 8 iUric froor State hanks baukm 5Isil 2tRot Bantyjigirc useanaLot w Hi JJprUjsires i 4it ISpecie S1811WCurrency 3fiMOO ExC 4Dgcs fur Cloarlogs 15767 5fW 1Fjirnlttiro and Fixture 1200 Tcitnr HS ii r=LIABILITIES fcapitatstocjc rioooooo 3110000lJndhldodPile Dstor1o11owDe- pO1C4 subject to check on which interest is notpaldV 7314451 Tine cortflenU of deposit on which per cent in UsrwVWpiid J1U49 41700 igaVota1=J A HOULWARE Cashier CD RO ERfSOfpJI Stato of Kentucky sa County or WaHhlngUni J tllplrolINIDoWbusfjiww on Main street in tbc town Sprlngllold in iwiil couutj being it icy nwom hayH that tho foregoing rojvjrt vt Jn all rctipcctn a trim xfatoniont of tho condition of wild Imnk nttho closflof biinnv on the 2Uth ilay of Juno Jctiuwlcdgobelief liusl Rllll ncs of wild link trannnutod at tho Imfltion tunned nnd not else vhoro aud thnt tho above report in nimlo 11 uoinpILttico with nn oinclnl- nwtico rc 5ivol from tho BorjrcMirv of SLate dotlgnatlnj tho 20th duy of Juno 1815 us tho day on which report ulwll bo unido J A WOULWAUE CnAhle- rSull4 1llied ntul nworn to bofnrn hy J A 1UULWA1K CaShlor the 1st day otJanuaiy1ito A C McEMjrtY N P Wushm toi County Ky CqminlHRion oxpiroa January 13ll00 G D TlOnKUTSON W E HKLKCM i Directora WK U011EUTSON Reform Noexled cd1tTrthese stago villaina Bmoko cigarettes Mr FerryIm blqssdd if I mow Thy wpnld bo much more appropriate for 1h9 horo fie id dlways such on idiot Cincinnati Enquirer An Impertlnont Question You mustnt be Bancy Fonuy said tho maiden auntto tho little girl No bnewIUluve you if you are t II WIlO saucy when you werobJ Ijttlo gIrIauutfl It asked the gnileloss child Ituth AFRlbAS TERRIBLE flY History Ahil Habits of an Insect All Kz piorers Bold In Dread Wo liave boon so nbcnstombd to hear of tho javnges ofthoiscfao fly Soqt Africa thafrdefinUe s rieh tiQo information on the aubjcotcanv otfa1ltabowelurgoOi 1 Mol jor Brucoj1jJ9roquest of tlleNR goycrnroont is invostigaHng tho torIIscourge Tho fly has been well known foe nnJaily 5QYwb9 in sqmo way e oausoof rtuotjdiseftfeb knajwn 11IPIg ZuAaghiira tmm Thb si TnllIqdstompsya apdfcontains p1r iknqvzn African spooioig for fin of whjoh taotsa appears toflcrvoiisa comhiOQnatno vl flhowing tiio tanV Bf txaok knowlodgq fiatinK orf ihonfiti13eofcii iis tnted he1o rt afrerebavo5eycite qpf6thboorqc- 4Ioni botwei the I n dThO di- eaJo Thus so etzora11pf1cl- stg us Van dor Wnip has ooaolndod 1that fo ts faolftt noFlDjtjrloag fat f tll ffooth nr oiugrato oDscrvnUonsiteTvputa appear fljMsvlvipa tgQtis giving birfh fo adult larvas a r4ost jhipjrfab fadfr hitherto ttn notibdd ho dso iWolf hoihid9 sJs dpo to tho presence in tho blood of an inrxmiatodvdfliuinl of a flag l n ft4Odwithmbnibg nloiig ondSido of its body v ith a flagdflnmntoho end Thoap thofeigvnllzod by n ritie in tom pornthro The incubation ixstiodis from 7 to 20 days af tor which pod od tho hml ozoa may bo found optparontly TCorryiBg tho corpus bcCmIngher With tho progress of tho dits 6Aso tho hmmo town increase in numbers and at tho time of their hosts death may amount in tbo dog to 810000 per oubio rnUlimoters of blood Dr Bruce has domonstiated that t is possible repeatedly to food tsotso on a healthy dog without pro dnoing di8casoin tbatantmnl show- ingl that tho fly possesses no spcoifioi venom but that if allowed to drav blood from a diseased animal or the carcass of ono they will corumuui catonoguno to healthy animals Tho disease is invariably fatal in the horse ass and dog but perhaps not necessarily so in cattlo in whioh it runs a much slower course From Mme preliminary oiperiments nr sonio appears to Jmvo a marked tion on laguna causing disappear onoe of the hcematozoa reduction in temperature and maintenance of tbo red blood corpuscles London Chronicle Tho olo4t Newspaper In the World The dullest newspaper in tbo world with the exception of ono or two of tho big LOndon dailies whioh could bo named is tho lloudon Ga izotto tho Governments own littlo organ This paper has boon issued sinco tho early partbf the eighteenth century nnd hasnpppared regularly OVI er since Government noticps nR pointmbnta descriptions pf cQrpV menials bankruptcies tlisholtIoIf Of partnarsbips qfllcial dispatcfie oro oil that It contains No nqws bf any other description is admitied wbilo telegrams ait being frivdlops aro strfotly taboocid1Its pfioo moro over is A shilling Littlo wonder tb preforatJiat lts ciroulajion ia practically nil Tho only occasion on which tbo prtpor hanover had any popularity wad dur datthatoL ftnjcfausr pcoplo itiquiruig after friends 4ndrolativos L Tho editor at tho ptSsent tin46 ty Mr garrison although as ho Bays hq hardly emUs it editing fie has CO oirculatiqn to bother bimsolf tibout no advcrtfsors to court and need tako po tronblo about tbo public tnsta It is hid proud boost that bis paper Is tho da1Ic nowspapor in tie world London TitBits The OnafftVo Vwiwl Stock A drugstOro of bo present dayi said Mr W B Thompson todqpK ply ordinary demands must keop about 15 000 articles on hand Every root nnd 6eod that imp roedicfnal voluo aa Tvoiljts tbo leaf flower nod bulbof tboplaht has to bb 3ept in stock So also must bo kept thoi Iron droda of tJtoparations matte from1 thom tinpfurcs ojctraots fluid and solid sirufps ant decoctions almost without number Then come tho thousunJs of cliomlculy nOt1ssnlts active principles tho various propa rations pills powders all tbopropri otary medioiuod and hundreds of ar tides known as auudrius porfnmcs anti fancy urtiolca Wushington Star Adam Fortuoat AdamI tell you Evo tho tailors npvordoviseil anything for mon so good ps tbo fig leaf ISve HoW my dear Adam Why it never boSsnttho kncos Cbicaao Post AXle a Uafplu CA doUulnsUo ejcohdmcd when tho dork had toM her thfpri gQuVliyj thats oxorbjtaut I Vp cant afford to sell It tar any less replied thS olerk Wall 1 know wbtyre1 can Jet it for JessI Bhorotnrned niiil am too good a business votnan to pay moro thnuJ1 thing itf worth ii And then she marched ototof thostorp anpaid iOentsfprcrnrQ tpg to jftjplace whero sho could get the JuOa t1il naDr 9 qntCbJcnao at = w f 1 II1AP t 1LQfiQ 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rH n tr ftt t aftf- l1TIIThNEWSWLADERI GREEN APPLESl DRIERS APPLES COscesIATuLu1zviIreIcy l rr r T rt 1 0 r 2 t THE NEWSLEADER E IHiYSL rulUJuiEbifttifiisb jr ij T SPRINGFIELD KY fry r1IgelD 4AO I ii r 1f f r E Djf EXTRACTEDt WITHOUT 1P1ilN l s the twe of Vitalised AlrJOw andaNIIwKetbod of my own which leTM no tad e cUI ArtlHcuH b of different erodca 4 Mud PIrLoOC8 jlng tfOth matlidtJStlt I encdHt uriiall expoiiav BntmiK VbRK Shd CnojvNxa A MpecJI j I j p FIRST OLASS r EK CES J AS WORKllIILIfKK H0RD 2 occupy Dr VVIldorKOUlcodur r tag tho entire month urepnrear to doaJlk nWsRf vrprk vWlir J also make appointments for D VIdar8 JnYIJ lrst Wd- AoMaV Thursday and Frfduyt of each month r OFFICE OverTbsfcofflce 4 5t5liaQaft 4r 28 FourftPXve J Louisville K- yFtrrlrLOERi t Dentist J I f it DRJFR1NEHSRT cllFl is C4 m iaMystndi Saturdays SFRINGFIKLD KKNTUJKY 9Rr J B JRLCOOP R Office are UuyJoa ttobertsons drup or t S ltN11f EL K Y 1 POP f t lrJENTS q TER TRACTED THOUT PAINfa OQ JII k OYOr fanll cld vms gore I yr I SPRINGF E D lIT t 2FOR I THIa IlfeHyvCoiiercjal 1 7 to Mere of this Paper enUnK nB in a uhscriptloc IIFr6Ifpe retnlal for one 8UYCJlptinn price ltd tcwb 1fVltLEDEn will bo sent fre- ftd4M fpof e Y a cOI of lbo L uipyilleWei Hly Commercial a large 6ticolutQ paV tlned whh more new Ihun any other metropoliian weekly ibs9lstelj Comet lulett Reports 1dp Unyjetcn1fsayeara old illrJ1lt ont flUl hl1 flYi ltr rrl1e 1r Honer Is 0 t tP n congb lu lt fOn y ii Urb KlJecoo6orAd urtn hUl rlnL JLl1d ir 1 o bertson I 1fV f1tttW t t1t7 l1t2 1ihts1 tt moveaw6rrJ1nwt t1or from nau1 ur4 t3 tb Ina PPc9 t01ei W ld b6 M I1Uvuut 1 i = 1 llceyI II drNI eel t ra L et Il13 ueetri Wt f11iti1r 8kfe 5nlcfWj jit tt1 lI1diy JaBCl1or vTr 5S a t iijri tvnf C ttJftIIiHO to 5 i IE1IIr106atItI f cor gi 6= cfer U vII y 1N k t I t n MBOWT TOWN Q1a bel1tf I1 ap8tjShaders wmwv rJSTViCerJi cate No 117 series A Home Savings Building Loan Asso U J oNITS D tiExtra copjelot our big illustrated dlUdnrcaffbe obtained at tho itexyB fuu T auer JmII fIa F t aLe itOvOOICft1NNINO CAN The Peoples DoppsSJi Bank ia put ting on a new dress The front being neatly pofnted jind when finished the bujiding will present a handsome ap pearance f t 6 Spring cleaning in the house is fan A portantjAnu to cleanse the human pystem is even more so Neats Lax ctive tones one tip cleanses and regu lates the bowels liver and kidneys For BaleTSOo a bottle by Haydon Eobertaoniond Waters Browne At Greensbnrg this week Clarence Vaughn was acquitted for the killing of Luther Foster which took place several months ago Commonwealths a Attorney Sweeney made one of the most vigorous prosecutions ever pro Bented in this case being especially urged thereto by threats and anony mous letters forbidding him to prose cute Vaughn Our fiery William is = not to be handled in any erfch fashion isthis and these threats only spurred him to a more active prosecution of the case than he would otherwise have made He cannot be bulldozed out oftthe discharge of his official dutlesIsLebanon Enterpriset Quito an exciting little scene ocilcurred just after the arrival of the noon of train atthe station here on last Tuesday fea the train pulled up a nicely dressed young man was seen io aUght there from and elbow his way through the crowd on the platfprm He had not proceeded far however when he was accosted by another young man who took the stranger aside as if he would tibetweencorner of the station Is not knownbnt df the young man who had met theCI dtoilb8 on ihe face of the latter who Deemed in consequence to be seized with a sudden pant arid1aa soon as Sjjould Bet away he ran as fast as1j his logs cpnld carry him through the s tlnroo that the stranger whose stay in our midst was of sa hort duration was One P 5 McElroj of Chicago and 01 ffthisness n ouisViUo fbrv several year Moro than a yaar tagpfMr McEboy married Miss Hays Archs sister and It seems that the young wife bad com j plained of mistreatment from her bus bind nt any5 rate a few week ago she came back to her old home near this ptvce with the intention of ro- maining The husband it seems sent her a message that he would be hereon that train test Tuesday and wanted jo see her The brother met him at the station insteaoVof the wife and the husband is now doubtlens on hisC way back to Chicago sorry that be ever wandered so far away F ERSONHL Mrs 8 B Thompson has been quite sick Miss Lettie Leochman is visiting friends at Lebanon Mrs B L Bettis of Little Rock a here on a visit to relatlve8JMr BilleeBnckman is sojourning at Adams Springs Mr Gustavo Loob spent Sunday in Lebanon Miss Flora Mndd and Joe Clements were Lebanon Tuesday Miss Jones of Huston vlllo is here visiting her aunt Mrs Talbertt Mr Ed Duncan has returned from Ft Worth Texas Mr Harry X Brown and wife have moved to Lebanon to live Judge W E Eelecman and family ore spending ttie week at Tathain levand Mrs Miles Sauuders were In Louisville Tuesday Master Joe Scott of Winchester is yisituighJfljcousin Scott McCabo f ltp DAl 9Ctot LebI- aao ithepestQHIif Ktl a1n ttv f1Q uu 4eQ11 fO cvW 1rratlIn the 7co 4 Jc ea6N Leac1uuoo Lg ille Jr to his M G 0 iJeaomr 1Jbim Lber Uttf llttledaughfor are yisiting tfs Ohas No I = Jobn y and8bfl LoniaIJ tk load of lambs to LOulsvWe l ttV r t sMwi cgD Bobertsbn after a visit iQjaerdaugbter atLowoD Mass haa returned bpme f o1ft bWKartonvms hero from Harrodsburg the first 6f thp jfweor rloT Jim Greene and his sisters Mrs LUlyHandyVand Mrs Mo ieJof j Tejcadiire bere rota visit to parents r t e rr VJ4r iQI1 tmrr 1 0 McElrpy is in Chicago this week on bust Qssahd incidentally to takeiapeep at the Dig convention Mr James Green who haa been living Irf Texas for some time camo jinibe first of the week for a visit to- Ms relatives Sheriff John T Craycroft and STd ney Green left Monday for Chicago see the fun at the great Democratic Miss Maud Sutherland of Owens boo who nas been visiting friends at Valley tolfcnd this place is jn Leb anon this week Master Hood Cunningham gave a birthday party Tuesday evening from to 9the occasion being his birthday crowd ojt little folks wero present and succeeded in enjoying themselves immensely Mr H T Crittenden In charge of the construction of the new telephone line or rather the reconstruction of the same for the Ohio Valley Telephone Company was In town Monday The new line is complete to Freder icktown Miss Annie D Grundy entertained owyouhg friends last Tuesday even ing Among those present were present were Misses Annie McOhord Ella Craycroft Maud Sutherland audj Messrs Tom Grnndy Joe Olaybrooke Fred Caldwell and Emmett McElroy B SE BKLL The lovers of the sport were treated two interesting games on Saturday between Perryville and the home in each of which the home boys were victorious The Perryviile team composed of a nice gentlemanly lk t boys who conducted themselves well upon the field and playa snappy game of ball The local team is just beginning to round into form it is composed of good material such as those who have a right by experience 1attentiontrying to revive interest think to be nndoubtedlyItave the best amateur pitchers inthe nvYthis was unmistakenably trated to the fans during last two games be Tlavirig struck out eleven men in th6 mornings game and in the afternoon game thirteen which is a grand total of twentyfour can beat it The real of the team capable ofplaylng good hall and all need is encouragement If some the wouldbe knowing critics would exert themselves as much in trying to arouse interest clieor up the players and promote harmony as they do inI fI1Jt1Lnti tjtbera would invest cents occasionally for a ticket to the game and help along toward defraying expenses they would possibly find themselves doing moro in the long run for base ball than by con tinually criticising and take advantage of every trivial excuse not to pay admission The following is the score by in nings MOIIXIXO8 Springfield 3 00 0 3 010 PdrryvllJc8 2 0 0 0 0 6 Batteries Colvin and Noo llnll and AFTERNOON GAME Springfield 0 0 2 0 3 28 3 01 PcrryvIU60 20010011 ItutterisH Colviu nnd Nun Wcatcrlkld nUll nIIr The second nine from Lebanon played Springfield second nine here yesterdayy afternoon The home boys bad an easy mark the score being 11 to 5 in favor of Sprinfiold Some flcldidg was done by the fume boys The batteries were Noe and Cunningham for Springfield and Ablo and Hardcsty for Lebanon They also boat Lebanon on their own grounds last week Personal KnuR WpnRO modical roforonco hook any person nfllirted with any gpocinl ulironic or doucnto dlHeasn peculiar to their acx AddnsfeT the leading physl Hnnn and Hdraeonn of the United States Dr llnthawoy Co 70 Dearborn street Chicago I About Small Characters The editor of a Texa con temporary is mad and this is the way he goes fur his delinquent subscribers When any little crosseyed bow legged lantern rjawed piebald 8carly heade top cared pigeon Aosd dog toothed BUniy 7handed thief tolcs a pier tworor throe ydaraj and then auddenly discovers ha et never s bscribed for itl aW aint goiu to P hy tit nohow1 VA editor should Bgcttre holland tae thQ ecoundreff i the nearest t blaeVjaokiand trail hw worthless carcass to an application of black snake Hummer roughs Clod Homo nrc colds EltHer nnrtfl the lung rone In warin weather than Ihoy do In cpld They are cured oUabqypar round byftho uw of iPr Bells Pine Tnr Honoy Opt that branded he stli ledl cjnp ComJlmy Pad cutKyrltlJ not genuine Fp nlp by Jlaydon t RpV c118U1Dr1Jgg tJ it Worth jb WQigjit in gold Sutlicr llaiidgEagrle Eye Salve 4 L t Great Midsummer 61caf DG Sate J r DONT MISS rrl Summer tinder wear Wash Goods Fans Parasols Ladles Shirt Waists Mens and Boys Straw Hats must be sold regardless of cost and all other goods at greatly reduced prices Ladles Fast black and tan hose 15c quality for 7c Childrens fast black hose all sizes 4c Ladies White and Green Kid Belts latest lad 25c Towels one yard long 5c Bleached Cotton very test Lonsdale Masonville Fruit of the Loom 6c only IO yards to a customer 9J Sheeilngffor 15c best n he land only 10 yards to a cus tomer Boys Shirt Waists all sizes 2oc Fbys Wash Suits 3 to 8 50c Ladies Black Oxford Ties 40c Pine Dongola Oxford th6 1 kind for 75c White Kid Slipi pers three styles ti1 The prices on all other shoes Mens and Boys Clothing and bhirts have also been reduced Scrivea Drawers Jor 15c v Hero is something wo do not do and that is run down our com petitors or allow our clerks to do it the man who does is hQithi fr a business man or a gentleman THE o I LouISVllle store Originators of Low Prices i FINE TAILOR MADE CLOTHING We are agents for M Born Co and Lamm Co Chicago Merchant Taylors who guarantee their work in every respect in workmanship fit and prices Come in and see their samples before buying READY MADE LOTHINfi We carry the largest stoclc shown in town We are overstockd right now aud wo will sell you a suit for almost your own price SHOES OXFORD SLIPPERS Our stock of Mnns Womnns and Childrens Shoes is como plete Mens Button Shoes Black aud Tan Mens Lace Shoos Black and Tau Mens Low Shoes Black and Tan i Womens Button Shoes Womens Laco Shoes Womens Ox fords and Womens SKpeers Childrens Button ShoQS Oxford andSlippers We bought our shoes at Low prices aid we offer special l Inducements in pricesIDRESS GOODS and DRESS TRIMMINGS Wo are still keeping up our stock of Dross Goods and Dress Trimmings and we can suit you from the cheapest Serges Mixtures etc to the very niie Parisian weaves Como in and ex amine oar stock and get prices WALL PAPER Dont forget we are Headquarters for e eryibinK Jin Wall Paper CARPETS AND MATTINGS fThe special prices we haye been makingpn Carpets has iti creased our sales one hundred percent Ii you need anything ID j this department take advantage of our lowjjrlces Jatonce t EVERY DEPARTMENT We will mako the lowest prices in each and every department for the next Thltty Days that wa ever 1deon equal values We have thejgoods and must dispose of bem WowanV motieya a are compelled to have it therefore profits will npi be considered when a customer offers us Cash lor dllhIf t CUNNtNG AMJ A i ja Jff r t 1 Jy sI T CLEAKANGE O DB1JfI 111 ft fIIn order to reduce uri rge stocE we wfl ik I rr r Iif tJ u r1 ome 1ECI LPAS rorntXblI I v tltLalli S hirt Vai 25 pel ce1tre y 1iti1rBfiVoolen drcss goods Ilor Jes8 1billt o t jan yt 1f hsr our prjc 8o1 b3m La llC8 lnd Mja s no h tlatelt atAiflowest prices ev r heard oJ Prices jpeduwo aTl iffl 6tll tFine Shoes 8100 a palrj MobV Blow ShoeflrMQJ rai r e i j prices on Emerson rMcnfa ine 5 oliLflijjp a tkf1Rit 1lkUnited States and youcan ct omoi iallfiilier tl1Sf d f j ty rtbJ 1f 8rttJI ClJT 7IR1 1 1 nrw In MenBB6Ys a d Clilld ltj k We are overstocked in Cldthihgandt we propose to ma1U fcrii 0V the stock that wiUtD1or it CtlI rfytfr tY1lr z Jfpae Jarufel rJline of le s Sam mer OOt8l nd Ja t if 1f 1 fQur ock of STRA W HATSw Jllsehtbem tt t11I 1 e1l1o ama ko your 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abstainers i4inkrf Im glad you told mw wit tho ippant young man I ronldnt bo i like one oLtkoK fellows for the world a Cfadrmtti Enquirer h CoaOde- meaOfn9 On cried 1Wo shall be- aveQ J JThey took conrago from her conS f1CDCC jFQHn Otc Th1aJsthIlf nth fnl1iIwb1chIhuve cenheroin nd d4jtit about know bow thing go It tM lAndEh y laughed in tbo cth of tho mpDetuiTxune C f tt A Loi- 6 l Mr 3iinsciaikWhnt kind of ft 4 3rc6a 4tjocgcill1 that rod utfair Mrs cjlcsl had on todayf f j tpWD k h 8 Jt tn8 9 4jgknoi1r1ookaioudenough to calr Yonkcrti 8t tesman Benty Oeorso SastatcMd ofrt MissOuiugton4We1IiI see nO rca lin why be bou1dnot tax ain1zno a 1tJlou th1nkho bqght tota ingIo euI a on fu1t2ToYok- H tfc BedccYFI41e11 I II I PUl11 4 tit ju yoagffliiwf6ritho nmiiutn 1 uwm yondcicr = f Yca bc IknVMOtlicr woman In 4gihaS oar tacu1tllor pIck jopI hfIYft f k bM UIGiSt t S IIrdI4tOiO ouAJW tI thinp 1 Dist to apqt4lIs pU on1K t r jwith you Thcthey wcntt Idtook awu1k pl1J = ltRt 1j H aatomk l iae1 1yrucbiiIaLig hi JIndIrt e IIs JefuaaleiB Jl ro beard may 4 ps Hrwkm ko kit Ws flngej witk ricrri uno t t ll iJ 3td bapsi I m vtr Thdeoa1ue27 rent dsy toundthout YOlkfL Jr1vmU1tya r 1uCh a t1UteTialn MlCter8U i l i think Ltd prorotte pIff11idnt9a sh JJreekl71i fj rrv wr 1wb7io yoa wppow Vlrofty iicwrfMagcag IVtwk7c thItnlYO iet eoT6tvwiiai t ihi dr thernchtc loor v I rBAD FORHia BUSINESS mrvyt i Bo7Gt thi Kaiae He Bor- eItaawfnlthQmcssengcr c boysiid to think of the carolesancas of tarn you menu the way they put ba Tiles up in front Of bicycles QUa ride around tho car tracks with em wed his fellow employee No ttinsrorson that Im talking about the ways they give em names when theyre too little to raise any ob jection It Hava you a freak front name 111mC Reginald or Adolphns liko women hatrcadanoveLgics their children Mybther2Wned Well your lost name is Jenkins and ts P1 ty hard to4nd anything th4I BOundapwjtiofllpngAvithJenkiua krdont wanlnuy pootryt tAll I want is a name that wont mako mo a znar 1Itho folia that thinks funny JIIWhnt is your name 1Pv4 sob thJOO of cm Altoget- hermweaPhiip Dwycr Quigly Jon jans It rh doesnt sound terrible bad No It sounds all right tbo first time you hear it But whenever I tell it to a man ho looks it over and grins and then a calls off tho initials and asks mo howlo got in this buslnesaDctrolt Free rf 1AOria VftToriU I Therola onlyjone rirl in the world t for ino N6wr York World AppJ iM tHo proleagoris1 fery punctilious about tho aaoptjanguogot His yolU1ge t t kdg1e hal lesraed to ride a wheel and tffofficVvery1aparentin her con versation Now and then he moved un caallyJti hi cbairbafr ho madono cor- nn31sitAfteratiooEaiW j rLUGI3 ul4nd CIcinhat 100rr lain gottingaicold stto4ko Sho arose to obey and then turned inquiredJ1liAs cold as on ike JIdonttjunderstaDd 70- 0Tbtiaerjstranga It seems to acootd With your theory of verbal ex pression If a bfcyclo canvocnsifltently bocalled a bike I see no possible ohajection to my alluding to an lci lo assan iksDctroit Eroo PressIA ContlBoom Performaooe You remember when I proposed totyoal said the young husband I believe t do recollect something of tho rmtt ftnaWe tho yoopg wife And you told mo I would have to your mother IIyP Z most haw misunderstood you IInever dreamed that it was tho pro gramme that I should see your mother erery day 1 came bomoIndianap- ioils Journal i Knew ncrwto Keep a Botol OreatTruTOlcrI never saw prettier gbrla in my life tbf you have right boo in this dining room waiting on tnIble harp Hotel Keeper I always got pretty waiters Men dont eat much when a pretty girl is watching them New York Weekly A ProgreMiro Affliction Dont you set awfully tired doingI nothing allI tho timor asked tho young man who thought himself interested to sociology Mister answered Pony Patcttic Igit so thxxl doin notbin that I cant do nothin else u CincinQatl Enquirer Tatf Motherinlaw Joke WdlaporiPoT tbo life of mo I have never been qblbto laugh at one of these yetPerry 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Batftfactorj Proereaa Well how are you teoing on with ypurwheeir Splendid Ive got now that I doqt tall off when I meet a girl in bloomers Chicago Record InUbLln The Zulu Chieftain Have something onmo The Glast Eater Thntiks Ill break Kamal bottle Ncyr YokPremI = aTJiouulits From Thuikcis Employment is natures pliysi iatGu1em Striking mannei ale bad man Hubert HallSHe is good thut dOOR good for others Bruyere Paradise is open to all kind hearts BerangerC Heaven must be in me before an bnl heavenStunfozd Often thof lemeflts that move and mold society are tho results of the sisters council and the mothers prarerE H Chaplin It is an inevitable law that a man cannot he happy tmlcea he lies loi Something higher than his own bappmesB ulwerIThe punishment sufleied by tc wise who refuse to take part in the Goreanment is to Mve under the government cf bud menPluto Nothing more powerfully argues life beyond thin than the fuiluee f ideals home Each gives us onl fragmentsof humani y of mind of charity of love and of virtuc Anon Men spendtheir lives iis antici i pations in determining to be vastly happy at some period or other when they have time But the present time has one advantage over every other it is our own Colton Mrs Ilhodio Noah of this place was taken In the night with cramping pains and the next day diarrhoea et in She tqok half n bottle of blackberry cordial lIt got no relief She then sent to we 4 see if I had Anything to help her I fefint her a bottle Chamberlains Colic iolorUand Diarrhoea Iloincdy and th UrBtUos relieved her Xnothor of yor qelgfiijors had been nick for a roek and had tried ditiurent remedies for diarr hoes but kept getting worse I sent him tills same remedy only four doses of it required to cure him Ho says he Owes hit recovery to this wonderful rem odv Mrs Warv tilblev Bidue Idle Ii Now is the time to subscribe for theNEAYSLBADKiConfy 1 a year tdst vnmmer one our grandchildren was sldCjwilha severe bowel tronble Our doctofai remedjes had fulled then wo trlrd Chamberlains Celic Cholera nd Diarrhoea Rouidv which gave very pet dy relief We regard it aa the best medicine ever put on the market for bowel conrplalnts Mrs fe O Gregory rcderlck town Mo This certainly is tbo best medicine ever put on tho mar ket for dysentery nummer complaluf colic and cholera Infnntum In children It never falls to give prompt relief when used in reasonable time and tbo plait printed direction are followed Many mothers have expressed their slncore gmtltiulo for tbo cures It has affected Chamberlains Cough Remedy cures colds croup and whooptdg cough It Is pleasant snfe and reliable p k S i S e i 4 t I FREEI We have mode arrangements for a limited number ot yearll subscriptions to the E 2 LADIES I p HOME JJ 1 IDEAL I S An illustrated monthly magn CliiC anti if zinc peiblisheilat 3 sc containing Stcncs Sketches s 3 and everything interesting for I the home S For each new Subscriber to g the NEWSLKADSU who pays One Dollar Cash in advance f S we will send this mignzihe to g anyaddress AnsoLUTzLY I JfBEE Our numbcjR limited and first comcrsirisomd 1 T Yti J y 45VoJtiJ E L DAY180N JR LURLISIIER 1 1 ijI e A7 A7 vp oT flows ThIS We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any ease Of rntnrrh that cannot bo riaHB Catarrh Vnrc P J Cnz Er Co PraprietorF Toledo O We the underalgnoJ have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all hI bijolncwj transactions and flnanclally lible to carry ounny obligation mado by theirs firm West A Trunx Wh l sijp DruBgists Toledo Oo Wnldlug Kln nan Marvin Svholonlo Drugslstfr ToletIoO hulls Catarrh Cure is tnkou Inteinally acting ulrcctly upon bOi blOtdxuvi mucous surfaces of the u tonj TrlroTiifla bottle and sold by all dugii1stt teetIflfcniafs frC9 1 TUENINaGBAYAXTO 9 A WIIHBAIDKES Tno Danger is Averted iy IJ ing AVERSJWYICOR t Nearly forty years ago afteresome weeks of sickness my hair turned gray and began falling out so rapidly that I was threatened withimmediato baldness Hearing Ayers Hair Vigor highly spoken oftI commenced using this prepara l tijtion ni d was so well satisfied with the result that I have never tried any other kind of dressing It stop ped the hair from Jailing out stimulated a new growth of hair and kept the scalp free from dandruff Only an occasional application is now needed to keep my hair of good natural color I never hcsitaW to recommend any of Ayers medicines to my frlendsMrs II M HAIGHT Avoca No- b4Ayers Hair Vigor rnrrAnxD nr- OILJCAYERJ a Si Iyers Sortaparillo Removes ftmpltf S mo time ago I wss ongrged Ii hau ling limo and it injured my eye I wn induced by our druggist here Mr J E Allen to try your autberlanda Eagli Eye Salve and trill say H cured me in i very shdrt tlinef and our little girl suflbring with sore eyes md wo used r on her eyes and it cured her We con elder it tho best eye Halve on earth Yours truly D MICOMAS Proprietor nurkxvlllo Ky lintel PRESCRIB- ESQQSRNANSHEHTHOL INHALEB COLDS Iff HEAij CAtMaA 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save 950 doctorH blllt Clicapnnd Jotoc1put up Ncut Lai itlve KyiThe Watermelon Crop Seuentytwo million pounds of railrcpdjiraised in Florida this year fays tilt Florida Times Union This equivalent to 3000000 melons which if placed end to end would make a chain of watermelons 852 miles lotip or further than from Jackson villejo tho city of Wash jg oLWhut a picture to cause the astonisheu smile on the face of the average negro to broaden into a laugh of great gladness To car ry tljese melons to market a train ofiJOOOlcars w Juld be nee SMry and this train would be nearly nino teen miles long But our friend of the AfricanPer8ua ion need not change his glnd smile into a look of lagubrioift meditation All of these melojisare not going to leayo Florida Some are going to stay right with us and this summer a kodak fiend will fun a happy snap shot on tfie shady Bide of a gnipa vine m the shape oj of tvo empty molon rinds sloeping negro with a rim of flies dancing a war dance round his yawning mouth HuH roud most say that this yens crop Will be three timeHlnrger Florida thid that of last year and the pros pebts art brighter f6r better prices is ther Will be iin half melon vrop ii Georgia 19 porpeto wUh I j === THE RETTy LION TAMER ThrUlleg Some In Which ShoWs Ons oftbe Ccotpleooo Actor vAs the beautiful lion tamer entered Iho Jbaga With tho ferocious beasts n thrill of horror passed through the vast udience They saw her advance to the pcopfeThenher start backward they aiw her look- haugoto one of alarm and horror Hex cngoTl1euout over the assemblage a shriek so thrilling in Its intensity that women fainted and strong men shuddered at the certainty it conveyed of instant awful peril A scene of wildest confusion that was almost panio followed Yet every eyo was fixed upon the woman who stood cringing at thosido of tho cage every muscle of her limbs quivering in her extremity of terror From tho crowd several burly employees came making holding long iron bars and cageTheyThe sharp spears thrust themselves re lentlessly into tho rcccsa A dull thud and a fierce intense squeal told tho hor conqueredcage tho reaction came and the audi once shouted and wept in its enthusi asmEven after tho dead body of the mouse bad boon removed it was several moments before tho celebrated MIne Leontino could proceed with her daring act of placing her head in the mouth of tbo largest Nomidian llosNew York Press A CaN of Await bcorotbQjqdgobo ed through a cyclono and tapered off on a thrashing machine You are charged with assault and battery on your wife said tho court to the prisoner Are you guilty or not guiltyrNot guilty your honor Tins officer who arrested you sAy hesaw you fighting with your wife and pulled you away from her Yes your honor ho did and I was much obliged to him And still you say you aro pot U1Uy7tt No your honor How do you make that OI1tr Easy enough your honor She call ed me a drunken loafer and I tackled heron tho spot It Dont you call that assault and bet teyr tNo your honor Only assault She did oil the bettering Look at mo you honor and jjudge for yourself Bis honor in view of the facts cat the fine onehalf New York Recorder Modern JoarcallsQ City Editor Did you secure a detail ed report of that price fight for Men days paper Reporter First class chock full ol horrible brutalities City Editor Good Tell too forcmac to put it In tho middlo of the page and then I with yond start out among the churches and got two or tbrcb good sex mOM to pack around it Wqvo got tc keep our paper respectable somehow New York Weekly In an ImCrfDq William Ann to blind bogpas Poor man how tIe you toll when it iia timo for you to grope your way home Bliud MauBy tho heat of the sun kind sir- William Ann But suppose tho sun is unclor a cloud Blind MnnI sneak behind dat bush an have a peep at mo tickcrNew York WorldA Truthful Statement what dress did your IAnntOsclU to go to the ball white short dress uS It cannot havo been both long and short OscarYcet auntie it was lougat the bottom mid short at tho top Fomilien blatt Held Whoolcr I see by the papers that a Chicago bicycler was held up by two menSprocket fceliug if tho court platte was in phwo ou his taooI wish to gracious it had been mo Youkora Statesman Biblical Item What did tho children of Israel do after passing through tbo Red eca asked a Now York city Sunday school teacher Dried their clothes I suppose re plied Johnnie ChullloToxaa Sifter fort nSa Fcellnff Dime Museum Manager Whats the rumpus in tha dining room Asaistaut Tlcre was a table knife missing and tbo cook laidit to tho sword swallowcr New York Press Rarely Visited Barber Shops Distinguished Foreign Havo yet novalro nwtroy cousin za Duo lo Moni morcnci yen ho vas in a New York Plain American Nov I alwqyaienavo myaoifToxat Sifter Ca8M ZaOw mswithJoIIwifowifoaroBtralnodYoa IHerA Boyish Threat waUtillFathyWhat will you do thou Hollo Well do I look like a boy thatt WQiljd return l t r JnfiW8 ifftm i 1rWhatr 1f A IICa- storla Is Dr Samuel Pitchers prescripWbii for Ifents 3eand Children It contains neither Opium MorpkUieuor Sr iother Narcotic substance It is a harmless ubstmtte r for Paregoric Drops Soothing Syrup3and Castor Oil It Is Pleasant Its guarantee is thirty years usa bYfMillions of Mothers Castorla destroys W ii fJahtlr allays iFovcrishncss pst prevents Tpmlttegr Sour Curd cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic tCastbrirtI rellcyuJzt Teething troubles cures Constipationl and iTatulencyJ Castorla assimilates the Fppttf regulates the Stonut TJ and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Castorte Is the Childrens Panacea the Mothers Friend rCastoria Castoiiai Cattoria J Ii an excellent medicine for CtOTI Is rdi children Mothcra hAre repeatedly told me that I rtmrnadV rl riowJi of Its good effect upon their children St1 nktV f l DrO OsGooD Lowell MIL 11 A u 1 JIIIJtY itS ft Y54F The nc of Castoria ia to nalTcrsal and Its For srrcnl ye rrI JjiTeltec9Ej ieaeil merits to well known that it teem a work Outoria sad AsU alwiys continue to of sapererocation to endorse It FewareUie seas hIs inrt1t JJrprod ce2LbeneIci3 1tintelligent families who do not keep CmstorU rauU4u a within easy reach Euvncf V Purer M IX Keir York dryi jCmos axAarTN DD New York SWc har thriSe chndmxtfcfttey J Tjfof ItI prescribe Costori ercry day for children Pitchers Castoria When weIvesura doir who are suffering from consUpation with the othcrs o for on too Yahall Jwaj better effect than I recehre from any other take pleassreIh rt md1DKthsbcrt combination oldrnc childs medicjne Dt I6 MoaoAjf South Ambojr N J RevW A OxSrat Kerrport JCj Children Cry for Pitchers Castorlat ecir TrMuniuvjmicrr iimTomi crrr FS 5LIt1cJ t7SFARMERS ROME RO E ii H wtPSD lone oLD PlIRNnmO JOHN W41lICi 1 Proprtor 1 Vi j iJ 5i C ThOROUGHLY R 1EDkNJhRErlhniIi n f A LARGE STABLE AND WAQONYAHD INCQNN ECTIOF K l QTEl BATH POOLE ANt BILLIARD ROOM I iiqin Jlitjr4 400 to 41251 Ea iMarli fStreef am Best One Dollar a Day House tit the tiff or State LOU1SYILLL ITVc1Y 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