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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i f 1l t t r itijq f1 kk iiI t I a i r x K cSt NE a l P p NEWS= LEADER0TIje New Series Vol1 IIISPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 16 186o 2ft THB I IRIISMJ i LI2I3H5 JI7I18I T2II23t 9 =Loral or Business Notice cvntspcr for the first Inknut S ccats for eacItbeqIlebinJIert1ou Collrbn capdUatca and political matter iI 10 ceata per linc i objWorkUdcmeak low rate but cash t must be paid oa delivory ol Roods AdTertUJnf coiitrfU mulo on liberal = terms tbtuufet and resolutions of respect 3 pe11nI COonty Magistrates I 250 County1 Ofteers 600- OlistrUrt Office 1000 it GHURQH DIRECTORY BAPTIST OIHTHCH R P Jacobs Fator Services everyi ranlayat II a m nod 8pm Sunday School at 833 Pray c Meeting on Wed badayuigbtat730 p m ET1IODJT CHURCH Rcr J L Munvll Pastor Services on U jJpTit andThlrJ Sundays In each month IV aaum1pu t Ht SIJYT RIW ChURCh Ruf iTSatiadepi rithr Setsices every Slnd 1I1tllamlnl8pm 1rmyr Mr- utyybupdt if1 t ynighSt 4S C4TBOtW CJIUnCH nerlFHSuncsjJ tstor Services rsrry uiidy at b and oclock ami Services ut St Unto came hour f FRiT4ERN1U ORDERS wxic LOME BprlnRfluld lodge No 50 mOQthIt tmevondMonvfaeaeh Washington R 0 Chapter No 27 me vt ry third Tuesday etaII Spnagfiod Council No 59 meets e IIIII KSIQRTSOF Hoynt Meets ejrepy second tttt fourth Mpnday eacji month trtooTa es tile lUpAneia Meets every S rst Wednesday of each mouth r49-COUNTY P1RECTORY CIrbuI cOURT 1rCreqI Court begins op the Mirth 4do In ebrzary1iy p1 ptt4er C S Xttterson olu41e W B Svcepej CnnipionwcAltb Attorney F M CainpbeUi Clerk T S Jims MasLr Cpaiqitaioner QUARTrpkY COURT Qoartorly Court is held on tho third Io day in January April July And October nI 4 Jd k W fhompsop Judjrp f CeUNTY CtJUHT rbfranty Coijrt raceta qntbe fpprtjTMoa div in each month JJJlceIil Tnur an Cquuty 4t41PeY- j a Smith Jalcr r J T tiaiyptpff S erja Ci H ITjurmw KBPovrelL SDopitiM d ll14tOI1 r JJopre county SUrveyor 43jj WD 8prP1Aue5or H S o3 Deputj f itefifPyj 4ty Treasurer f18rUH UD DIRROTOPY too allctt Judges c tJrace Marshal w C Seed clJjfiA tpruoy IIJ9TICB OpUHT i court are held In January ApriJ Ili1 and Ocflber r rrl llr U pep tur8 r Traus 1iii T 42 44 YFT 1111 Itl2 In ArT 8prmgpold Lv f 80 20 teh2 tiVahloy131ll 5I 30 5 Bli 03 rHIfc ok rT 47 47 s t 158Jt i i i41 3yLr1yTlauo4mli1 225 1 15 t11ar1stcThb i3 255 JI1W1 iazarctlii 038308 j J tSarnIiMR l 6041 3M flltslUo613lOHtdJt ag 4 05 fl JtOb 69t 15 cflearmortt 7 30 J tltnVJJt to i3phpr4e I1Je 7 20 tS p4e11P4 7 iiutbThtrfb an 5015 r 2tiPJ t I THE INFINITE 0 seal I saM OTostless wal What of tho life that hero wo scot What doth it for thuso who stand JM ono opon thy waro beat irtrnnd Ero for tho voyogo they quit tho bndr Thus nnswentl no the clorloua sea With Us mysterious melody i Inanity Infinity 4o tea I said 0 bcanteona seal What of the that rvsts in thqo J Two forms thou oldest fqce to face They clasp oen yet in fond cinhrca What of tho lore wo hero do truce Thus answered n o tho gloriOus aIWith ltd mysterious melody Infinity Infinity eeal I said Osolemnoseni Fur theso can aught moru over They lived they loved they nst at InnWhet of tho death to which they pnsed To tanebor safo from every bleat Thua answered tno tho clurious sea With 1U mysterious melody Infinity InflnUyl O ecal11 said 0 wondrous seal What of thyself Unbonndod frvo Thy trackless waters urivud roll What prescient pilbty deathlca soul First fafiliioncd thy stupendous wholut Thus answered tho glorious tea With its iuyat rioua melody Infinityl InanHyl BcotxicQ Clayton in SomervUlo Journal EaslUh Poor and SaVlncs Banks A moss of ovidencp which iis in toresting and valid testimony of a riso in the general ooonomio pros pcrity of tho people and in particu Tar of nn improvement in the condi tion of tho working classes is com morily misapplied as strong prima faoio ovidonou of a dimfnntion of poverty Tho imposing flgaru of 240000000 representing tho funds invested in savings banks register ed friendly societies incorporated building societies registered trades unions and certified loan societies is adduced to provo that tho crs have in recent years a largoworkI gin over and above penditures which they ate able to apply as savings Now though aI largo proportion oJ this capital ia doubtless tho property of tho wage earning classes wo bavo no moans of ascertaining how largo this pro portion is 4 A greqt quantity of tho money in vested in tho iwstofQco savings bank not improbably tho bulk of itbelongs to tho middlo class nnd not tq tho working class families Tho same is true though to a less tout of n any of tho othorlmporJ tant savings banks while the mass cf tho loiin capital and no inoonsid rG tIc iwrtien of tho etnro capital of many friendly societies nnd build j ing societies doss pat represent tho savings pf tho wage earning classes Rvcn if nfl this capital were owned by life wtirkcra it would only repro gent about JH jxr head of tho flctuI nl wage corners cr about 2 JKT cunt Iof the total accumulated wealth of Iho nation As tho matter actually stands tho ttestimony of thco say tugs is almost worthless nod oan at most bo taken as ono indication of tho indisputable fact that a largo proportion of tho working classes aro bettor off and moro provident than they wore jwrary Review formorlyContemII The worlds greatest source of1 amber is tim shores of tho sea Amber is the fossilized DIttioII several species of pio trc small quanties it has been found various parts of the globe including the United States but up to tho present timo no American deposit of amber extensive enough to bo of commercial value has been discover ed Quito recently however amber wan found at Capo Sable on the Ma gothy river in Maryland and this arouses tim hope that it may yet bo discovered in paying quantities in this country Tho deposit at Sublo has boon known since CnpoI but only lately has a careful tigation of it boon rondo Tho fossil tree trunks in which bits of aro imbedded aro not like umberI tho Baltic region pines but liuvod by their discoverer Mr Ar thur Bibbins to bo specimens of tho sequoia Youths Companion Active T110abfINothing is comparable to tho pleas pro of an active and prevailing thougbta thought prevailing over bo difficulty and obscurity of tho pbjcct and refreshing tho soul with pow discoveries and images of things and thereby extending tho bounds of apprehension and as it were enlarging the territories of eaaonSoutb Tho most commonplnco people bo como highly imaginative whom they aruTln a passion Wbolo dramas of insult injury and wrong pass bbforq their uilndsoffortaof creative gen ius for thoro is sometimes not a fact to go upon Halpa An owl cannot movct his oyos as boy aro fixed in their sockets The deficiency is atoned for by great freedom of motion iin thp nmscles of the head and neckrThirty sovon million babies arq born ovary year a fn J that ought o convince old bachelors that the ptrrsory is still tfyaworlds greafbst Institution t An angry min is ugain angry with Iiimsolf when ho has returned to reason Publias Syros Common Chin0 0 laborers can earn from p cents tq5 cenisa day t 11111 SALADS AND THEIR ftAKINQ RttlM VJUo7i Must Do Obeyed U Success x to lie Assured Tho most important part of a sal nd Is tho dressing and the ingredi ont in the dressing about which ono should bo the most particular is tbo vinegar True ono must have good oil but first got your vinegar is a role always to bo observed in the preparation pf a salad dressing nod arCSS1inggot a bother salad in a cheap PariS iI sinn cafe than can bo obtained in tbo best of our hotels and restaurants is nUloverand best of olivo oil tarragon mnItI and wino vinegar Tho alleged older vinegar of Amer ion is rarely fit for use and thoI whito wino vinegar which is a sort of mixture of wood alcohol nod sul phurio Mid is detestable A saladwell prepared often forms tho best part of a dinner Tho Fronch dressing for green salads nnd mayonnaise for meat iish and other heavy salads is tho rule In making a plain French dress ing always uso at least two kinds of vinegartarragon and French malt and if it daq bo obtained use tho third sort pure cider vinegar thus giving subtle dolibious flavor to n salad that ono sort of vinegar never imparts Ono cannot always follow tho enmo rulo in making a dressing fur different salads For example town toes or cucumbers require more salt than lottuoo and other green salads except wator oress where still more EnglishIa great improvement inI a dressing for a tomato salad Never lour tho dressing over aI green salad but put it in tho bottom of time bowl and lay tho leaves light ly on top of it and mix with a boxwood fork and spoon just bufcro serving To make a French dressing put the salt nnd popper in tho bottom of tbo bowl first then add tho vinegar AfterJpro- portions must depend largely uponI what sort of Btilad iis to bu dressed For lettuce vromnino chicory inn dclion fetticas and escarole uso t hrco sx onfuls of oil to two of vinegar and onosisth as much black pepper as wilt For onion potato vutor cress and tomato alads USOI OJllllnlruoBtWhen green pcpjxjrn mire used put no popper in tho dressing For lottuco Kilzul rdil to a E11ti tnltIspoonfulan ice cold salad bowl and pour over thom ono dessertspoonful each of FronchIa clovo of garlic Etir tbo vinegar with the fork till tho salt is its solved then fourpour dessertspoon 01111togot which they have been laying and jr range them in the bowl m that tfltoy look liko u full blown rote Keep tho bowl in tho refrigerator till tbo moment buforo serving Then gun Uy mix tlmodrossiimgwitim tho leaves using the garlic flavored spoon and forkNow York Recorder Stringing Fisk Fred J Wells tolls about the prop or way to string fish for keepingj them alive in the water Tho ordinary way of stringing black bnsa or other fish is to tnko a four foot piece of chnlklino tie a pencilIthe fisli are taken thoy are put on tho lino by shoving of the sticks up through the gills and out of the mouth That method plays hnvoo with tho gills of tho fish often the fish dies in where considerable it should period jiavo nndor1 Tho way Wolls does is to hove a light chain instead of a chnlklino 4 foot long nnd a bar at ono end to keep tho fish from slipping off A heavy ptcco of wiro is attached to the other end and sharpened so that it may be passed through the lower jaw from tho outsido nnd out of tho mouth Time advantages ofI this method aro apparent The fishs breathing apparatus is not in jured and it lives for a long while thereby keeping hard and palatable Tho chain is a much cleaner stringer sinco it may be boflqd at the end of each trip and thoroughly cleansed Now York Sun Which Did They JJpT Tho hostess hunted up tho host and whispered to him anxiously Tho receptions a dead failure Everybody is sitting as mute as a titatuo Nobody is talking to any body else What do you suggest ho asked in reply Shall wo got tOme ono fa play the piano lot shall wo start n 1fewa WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock seed or grain wanted or for sale or exchange inserted in this eel umn or Fanner arc quested to send in stock or crop items for publication IMadison county will vote on free turnpikes this fall and it will probably carry titThe Glasgow Fair Association has decided to adopt the single expert judge system says the Times and at the Fair this fall the rule will provail Iin all the departments from the big shows in the ring to the poultry coops t t Wyat Hughes sold Saturday to George Merrick of Mercer four two yearold mules two of them mares at 875 per head This is thirty five dollars per head more than Mr Hugdos received for the samh class of mules last fallAdvocate t Every pound of hay straw and oter winter forage should bo carefully stored It will be needed The drouth of last year and the years proceeding will bo felt next winter unless we are much mistaken t t J When raising calves for Cows they should be fed just enough to keep them growing and in good flesh but not fat Calves kept fat while grow ing are not as apt to make as good cows as thoee that are kept in a good growing condition it t Mr George Crane of Enido is a substantial andflucccrsful farmer In cohversation with the Democrat he pronounced oata tobacco and Corn crops great Ho says buyers are offer ling 50 cents for new wheat in his neighborhood with no takers i t tThe wool market is again dull and inactive There is no demand from manufacturcfs to speak of and the tendency is toward lower prices if such a thingh is possible for prices are now so low it seems as though they ought to have touched the bottom Boston Journal of Commerce j i If the tomato vines are so large that cultivation twists thorn about let them alone A single passage of the culti vator in the middle of tim row wil do good and maybe secured by sending a careful boy ahead to gently turnabout some of the encroaching branch es t i Some persons digging about plants in dry weather thinking a soil stirred frequently must be drier than those not disturbed This fe a mistake Digging makes it openso it will absorb all the moisture hat falls in dew or light rains If allowed to crust over these cannot penetrate it i Mr G C Currens a loading farmer of the Salvisa neighborhood never saw a finer prospec for corn and bacco lie says that sonic farmrs complain of the probable low price of corn hut he has alwiya huH thr If had plenty of corn ho didnt iTjrt 1he t the price was he would bcsatlu fled as ho is reasonably sure in getting good value for it in one form or another triOne can get seed from potato balls for spring planting by squeezing the seeds out on cotton cloth and drying on the cloth They will adhere to the cloth and can be preserved in thfo manner through the winter If any considerable quantity of seed is to be saved when the balls are ripe and soft the pulp should be squeezed out into an earthen vessel kept in a warm place and allowed to torment The seeds will fall to the bottom and can then be washed out and dried the sAme as tomato or melon seeds A handful of tobacco dust a pinch of airslaked limo or plaster scouted with kerosene placed about the roots of squasb melon and cucumber vines will prevent the little worms from boring into the vines and destroying them These substances prevent the moth of the squash borer from depos lUng her eggs on the stem ofthe plant When the eggs hrtoh and the larvro eat their way into the stem prevent ivo remedies are of no avail The only thing to do then is to probe them out with a knife and destroy them Their presence is known bytbe willing of the plant After digging out borers bury the vine at a joint a abort distance from the original roots Electric Bitters Electric BJttors ix n medicine suited for any season but perhaps mnio generally needed when tho languid exhausted fooling prevails when liver torpid and sluggish and the nnod of a tonic and alternative la felt A prompt ue of this medicilio linn often averted long anti por hapH fatal bilious fevers No medicine wIll net more surely In cmun Corictingand freeing tho system from tho malarial poison Headufcho constipation lodi pcstiou and dizziness yield 1o Electric Bitten Try It oncojjSQc mil Lah1qy- du Si Hobertsou J tti l i r l ITho Idon of advertising nn eye salve for the euro of piles lid not strike the fancy of Dr Sutherlands conservative disposition and this ho never did until hundreds of people wrote tho E K Suth eilan Medicine Company Pailucah Ky that tliov bought SuUicrhinds Eagle Eye Salvo with whidi they cured some inoiiiber of the fainijy of severe cnso of ro eyes and using what was left for piles which also elVected rooflMI cases of blind bleeding and itching piles liavo long hewn cured by tills all healing salve It is put up in tubes convenient for use antI soils everywhere for cents For sale by Hay on Kubcrtson CORRESPONDENCE WILLISBURG From Our Rcgulai CjrrcsponflentJ Our farmers nave begun to thresh their wheat Many people passed through town Sunday enrouta to Tatbam to view the explosion J W Shewmaker has returned from Louisylle Messrs McChord Neikirk and Noe were hero last week taking depositions in the trustee suit E J Younger of Louisvilleis visiting friends at this place D F Uclvin moved to your town Tbnrsday An entertainment will be given at the Christian church at this place Friday night We give an free invitation There will he work in the E A and F C degrees of the JSpeed Smith Lodge of this place Sat urday night Sister lodges are invited Miss Hester Ross entertained the young people of this place last Thursday night M L Searcy has returned from Lawrenceburg Uncle Miles Hawkins Etown is visiting his sister Mrs M J Uewiu Miss Esther Duncan after a pleasant visit to friends bqre nas returned to her home in 3heatharn and Miss Minnie Colvin spent last week Chaplin inI The W 0 M Society will ineet tonight all members are requested to be present It is conceded that JamesMc llvoy is the legal trustee of this districtDr Hyatt of Boston Ky was the guest of his parents onI Sunday On last Saturday night at theI Talbara Hotel was a sort of reIInxation and leisure night when iho weary travelers were taking tneir grateful rest The strains of music from the band on the IIfulIIII men were scattered about inj small groupes occupying the largo comfortable chairs Most of the men were stretched out talking lazily as if they bad forgotten the cares of business and the smoke ol their cigars curled above them like incense to some Unknown deity About 12 oclock tney were startled by an explos ion at the well caused by dyna mite bursting the pipes floor and roof of the stand as though a cvclohe had struck it They arc not ascertained the dame ye the river being ttf high T6 inalco your busluoss pay gooH health Is a prime factor To secure good health tbo blOod nhoulii bo kept pure and vigorous bythoUROof Avers Sarsapa T rillft When Ihe vital fluid is impure and AluggiHh there can bo ncilhur health strength nor uiubitloti MAPLE HILL Frytn Oar Regular WrfrnponJint MB3 Stel1rrW right ofpampbclls burgthe accomiiliBheiluau tu hter of itcv II C Wright formerly of this place is visiting friends hero tnis week Mrt Green Hays was called to Springfield Saturday on particular business The oung men of this community have organised a baseball team They secured bcautjful grounds just outside of the tiJwn liriiits oni the premises of llr Hind Neal VlthCill o Williams in the box t4kArnoid C1tC91Ji i i = oJfirst base Jeff Murphy second Ro man Williams third Jojinie rnold right fleW Harvey Van flat left Tom Anderson Center Charlie Semrnes shortstop we can bsast of a ball team composed of the right kind of timber and oue that we are justly proud of Mr Fletch Wilkinson died at his home near Bloomfield Tuesday the 7th tadwas buried at the film- ily burying ground on Thursday by the msaone Mr Wilkinson was one of the oldest s well as one of the moPt highly respectedcitizens of the Bloomfield neighborhood Russel Bros have removed their large saw mill to the farm of JPWorfordwhere they have contract I ed to cut a large bill of lumbei for Messers J P Wortord and J M Montgomery Owing to the heavy rains of the past few weeks Chaplin river hap been on the mmpage fr more than n week and large number of dead fish 1rcstrewn along the banks evi dently killed by the muddy water Uncle Harrison Crume has gone to Lonisville this week Uncle Harrison is about tho oldest man in this vicinity being eighty three years old However he ia unusual Iy active fr one ofbis years and always ready to given bit of prac tical advice to young men Services began at Mt Zion Sunday They were to be conducted by Rev W TEclar until Thursday when Rev P Jones will arrive tto take charge Since our last letter toihe NEWS jLEADER the Democratic nominee ior president and vice ipresident blUt been named but we think that the jpeople have enough democratic administration Att the bfeginmng of the 14t presidential campaign the good effects of the McKinley- bill was manifest on every hand The factories were running at a rate heretofore unknown giving employment to hundreds of ratn anti puyicj them far wages enabling them to provide fur their families and buy iodncta of the furrLjyrv5ng good prices for the same Tlffi farming class of peoplw were contented realizing fair prices for their probucts They were able to provide ttime r ecesaitiss of life for their families and educate thuir children but times have changed rs all are painiully aware since Mr Cleve land war elected president W F G Marvelous Ifesults From a letter written by Kov Gun lonnnii of IMinondule Mich wo are permitted to nuiko this cxtrmrt have liositittion in rwoinmoiidhij DrKlngs New Discovery an tho results wero al most marvelous in ease of my wife Wliilo I pastor of the Baptist church- at Hive Junction she was brought ilowii- grippojlast hotiiH with little interruption and it seamed as if nlip could not survive them A friend nuommundod Dr Kings New Disfovcry it wiu quirk in its work and tuid highly Kntisfutory resultH Trial bottles free itt lluydon it llobortsoii regular sizQ TEXAS FVom Correspondent vii have had a great deal ofrain and the wxter has done considerable dnmajjc to corn and tobacco Beech fork has been higher during the recent ruin than it lies been for ten years so say oui oldest inhabi tants of this pfaco- MIsSMontgomcry of Frederic town is visitihg the family of Joe L o ana daughter Miss Uettio yore in tour city the first of the week J d ClavbrbokoPybur city was at home Sunday OF Gton of your town was at horiesiindav Gal C Sbewmaker ofMackvillo wag in our liftfe town the first of the week Mr Sidney Green has returned fromthp Democratic UoffVentfon at Chicago j Claud Tuttlo an TAvife Lebanpn were in our midst Suiiday Mrs C MOtiVe of Sherman Tex and Mrs J KUahdy orDn ison Tex are visiting their father Mr Sidney Green Meeacra Grlniid Cunningham and Day Crnjtoroft oiittr city werelti our tovnSi tuning J JiUT GroeuwbO liabetn in 6 rr stir i xa1 o ho lust t hthoodl Miss Woodie Alo rps hpj aVcom MooreioofShDollie ircVtf V lt Mr Haltkpajfnpbell arid jjifc oh Jensenton were vi8ftinjTiefamUy oMr 1Jacob KUDtcrhn Sundaj Mr llezm Elder ofTa1rsvill4t- his t In ur d dsl Sunday v x Vox If y6n would have an Abundance ot hamo4iaep i tilting rtimors oi if tour1mr ja faded and gray nna yon wouW bays Il8natt tiral color restored riso AyerV UniT Vigor It Ia unquestionably tho best dressing a SHIELDED BY PROVIDENCE Two BIUHrt That ef IQtb Ate and Pail Il nnJeM to the Ground ittingthe other evening totllilgatpricsi When I was 2iM saidi a tollman evidently front 1ft Bouhern Etatoi HI had on nfagovornablotoiijper aiui a half brother tbreo yenrsbldcrthnn bathchuiifpemhors ns any closer together iorli jLvo8ti 4 Moth dlst and Iwas a Baptist Yo4 maybav observed bo tbro In as a decoration to the ItoryI tbnt Christian chftrlty nnctbrbibcrjylovo dont always thffvpon Jdenomina tIonaUceIowover1wassaythgwO and we got l ngia1rfjtfl iogetbr Or until woo began arguing on onr ro spcctivo faijtbs Then wo got boil and I always lost myteiupo f 1 racy say thatho did rerynoa1 the same but bo wasnt qulto as bW1as IVa in tbnt regard v f Ono out hUJlt1na1we wore with only onO gun p squirrel elIbetwdcn nav and I fiafl tijo yon imay add hbro tbpttfc liveq on ij farm and a ono gun iufingparr35 was not at nil unusual Wo End sac down on a rook cnr tho edgo of irf stream to rost pudin Bomo wny islipped and Jwdntlntp fbafdr Ift made nO nantt jo felSffifi nDF when he began chaffing WO And t4liy ing mo that a Baptist ought tobo used to a little thing like thdtlgpV1 ton times worso dnd hit him n1i kI- n tho faco Ho ran ofT nfowy and picked up a jiowldo4bont Dttyx1 vouriloalo fist while T mr a grtifui12oun whiol I up mllawt1yyetOf t we were doiiig by this t remember telUhlf him if hb hIs band to throw tho stnno shoot him He wns rieryy thonghK and I hadnt more tarmgot thd words out of my mouth Arip q Jot tho bowlder como at 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ilins lost appreciably in tSolsfnro qr tq1ifl11Q cI Peazsqp fWeetil C4cIsT 1 7 FrJI iw J rI i iTHafJEIJSlt raM I t i 7 4 THE NBW LEADER i t i THURSDAY JULY t ld6 E L bAVlSON UN 1ll tt NoII t braska thirty sib year old an t orator a Popalistand afros sil t ver enthusiast and Arthur Se- wtaUofMain9protectionest free t silver advocate v- iSakedpliho are the two who ticket nominated at the Chicago Convention The ticket was a surprise o many not on account of the political tiawsof the ihen tor nqno but free silver advocates were ex f perIfc Democratic contention for Pres r ident was a surprise etfen to hun 6elf As toM Sewall his run f t nin mate even prominent poli ticians confess to know very lit paIrhat has a bsrl o moneyI iii which was no doubt taken into Z considerationi when the selection was made It Sl JN response to the query s oI hqnIi IIlIswerI are a AndIf 1 vtbebeardof prophet Pfeffer 1IIJ tfcan these things be Surely not 1 there must be some horrible mis take vvjI l Pattersoni1speaks from across the waters tftbpnt the Chi ago nominees ithusly r Another ticket our only hope No compromise without VIIIr L dishonor Starid firmAl though he voices the sentiment of thousands of Democratsin the land we doubt if that sentiments strong enotigh to bring about to end desired tfL saver leaders re IU sperato fight to inois lor Bryan and to cod will pour money into he stet It is said that Gov4 illtRgld has already baen assured ifSIOOJOOO from Colorado 0 WpOLfisAT fi decapitation of Bound money commitiecmen is expected to take place at Lx 4 Jngtori r wberAtbe Dnmocra fc State Central Committee is in- session t + r V Ttyo cnjjle the king ofall hihls not tl tier fits koen sIght clear and distinct vision So are there persons Who use i athcrland3 JEaRlfl EytiBalvb for weak eyeiiatyes otocy oJ any kind or t dtdorsErsalo ky JfaXoa h Hobcttson Drug qilsts f ju Mr vn Sweeney can lida 0 fror Congress in this district is an l issueVlIejjiQ a strong speech at the ffqourt house Monday evening in pointsla gentle fnan a good otut rand abundantly t l whichfaddedmany friends to jus already big list Eartfard tileraltl t The 1eenlists i foriPopullat Uoramittee hits iRlue- dSJtiU a Statement urging Populists iao tppolt Dryan lIe boasts ffl ptt the Mite National ChicagoIIWfe n tt e Demo ru tic lit 9fil OfitgOt all intents and f purposes Btibsfituteil the Populist i latiprm for the gla pJatfortn that tiibp party b been usitjg for r n reh adds tbat VttK Dry nl the nom- e t1f9c nf lll e convention S nhomore than two years no has athtcd With the Pop uiists of Jilsown vHtate Anil that is justt tna it caiceSounift 61 Je csp ure of tile platform ntfke pallsii tr r r tj SPORT FOR THE FKtoiUtNTf Wni Shoot and JlJh With Senator rinse In 71sconala PresidontCleveland is planujug bh- linving soma real sport this summer nut his friouda who bav6 cfton goao duck invitcell1JlScnntcrl fliaf4wilds cf northern Wisconsin upon thofrrlo river north of wnY1 iho senator has a log shanty tho very heart of a region whero there is game that would delight tho heart hmistir the blood of tho most caso hard xniddlo of August tho pres dent and his party will repair to this mindrodsthey will enjoy Tho luxuries cf life will ba left far behind Tho president will bunk in tho open air under n canvas tent when tho weather is fnir and occupy n shakedown in tho log cabin when it is fouL Ho will wash his hands in a brook uso a stump for a toilet U bio and cat from n tin plate In short he will put in three weeks of rough ing it such as ho has not experienced since ho was a boy Tho Brnlo is probably the most fa mous trout stream in this country but a ht1t1- r a hUJT aLAS TilE it docs not swarm with fishermen be caueo it is inaccessible It is alto noted for its rapid current and tho many itaboIDHIl1Itcamp of 800 and 400 trout weighing all the Way from two to four pounds No ono Can navigato this stream but the Indian guides who are to bo found there The president will engage ono of these guides who will take him cut iii a birch canoe into the swirling waters Ho will have a chance to show his nervo as well as distinguish himself by landing a four season closes at tht end of August but cu Sept tho deer season begins and tho chief executive will doubtless get n chance to prove superior to tho affliction known hinsclfI fever and bring down cno of archs cf tho wood It is said that deer are more numerous in tho Wiscons pineries this season than they have DI before for many years go Mr and his friends may expect some rare sport 11SHE IS A SPELLBINDER BIlwi Lane Proposes to Stump the Country For the FopulIaU Miss Fraukio Lane of Oakland OaL is a very young lawyer She a rccrnt 4avrcollegebut lyloonib ono corner of the frame that incloses the Bhcepakin she has unfortunately ro clients Now tho ordinary young lawyer would sit down in his office had wait for practice to como to him Not so this progressive young Portia While the elusive client is getting rid of his shy ness Frankio ia going to go out into the highways and rnnko her name ring from ono end of the country to the ether The manner in which she prep eses to do this is quite a novel one She has de termined to stump the country in the interests of the Populist party In a very short time she is to start The womens rights and temperance question c pat I 4ir1r FRAKIUE she will leave to other womcui of smaller mental caliber while she handled such weighty pvoblpma iia financial issnns and government ownership of railroads Corporations in general and railroads in particular will have to take it when Miss Lane lets loose the volumes of her eloquent wrath on their multitudinous heads and as for Mr Collin P Hunt iugton who to tho western Populist is the embodiment of all things evil whyJ she will get after him with a picked stick to which Tillniaus pitchfork bo but a toothpick She has willI that she will handle the money Without gloves and goldbugs of Wall squirmIpaign havo nil been mapped out with great elaboration of detail Sho Aspects that iu time her efforts will bo properly appreciated and site is confident that her tour will be cue seriesof triumphs then after her reputation is fully established she will go back to lies office roll up her sleeves and bo pro businessieuro Cluae Baougn yonltwifeuycsu WhaMausod it tHe relations =Now York World A BajUh Threat folio after a latheringYonwait till I grow up tInthorrWhat will you do then Rollo=V7cll do I look like a boy that would return godQ for I1Trntk r O RM ir =N itI w lIRRIGATtON IN CANADA enItiers along the lino cf tho Canadian Pa cific railway says Tho Irrigation Age 1CogIa volume dscriptive of tho work already accomplishedIt energyinreal interest and use to the farmer that tho Canadian Pacific railway successful ltimpebutample set which should not bo fought systeizwhich should be emulated by oar own government and railroads The Canadian Pacific railroad is de termined to mako the territory through which it passes known to the world a ivlited garden 4000 miles long nneI several hundred wido No expeiieo seems to be spared to improve tho fertile fields through which tbo great lines of iron run The Caniftlian Pacific railroad stretch es acre the continent and is striving to become the highway of travel and tniiHu between England and Japan with fa cilities for tho tourist who can sail from Liverpool in a Canadian Pacific steamship and never leave tho care of the company until he is lauded in China Selfish motives may govern this great corporation but if it will assist in the irrigation of its territory and make the great northwest even a greater garden spot than it is no ono should find fault if the nulnud is also a gainer and many American railroads would do well to study a system which will convince eottlrs that tUllY will bo treated as friends of the transportation company near vhcc line they locate The people cf British Columbia and Alberta have learned thnt irrigation doubles crops even where there in abnn dant rainfall and vast tracts cf former ly arid laud in this region are being opened tip Ly irrigation and proving to be the richest lands in the world Tho eyes of the homo seeker will be turned to the northwest as long us tho Canadian government and the Canadian Pacific railway miiko the prosperity of tho former a part of their business r DRANAGE Us fcl SaffSPBtloa to Those Whoao Land In Level IA What can be said of underdrainago i a conservator of soil moisture says Farni News Some are ready to lay the blamo of all our recent droughts On our ditches Tho water say these pliiloso phrrs is hurried from the clouds to the ocean as quickly as p piblc It has betn considered u uuioiiucc to bo abated rather than a blessing We ore reaping tho results of our fully Drainage advu cntcs on tho other hand contend tht1 thorough litcliiutc Las brousJit ttrt into th irrT ruitirlfjii to withtHl drought Capillary attraction ejjKcial ly in clay soils Los been greatly in 9rocd Till paseugo of air up the tilt tHuds to aerate the purrtiaudiujr earth und make it tense Lose and friable We all kuuw that air will poiutrto where water will not und water will follow wherever uir may lead the way An Illinois tanner usca his underground drainagn system to carry cut an original idta cf subirrigiition- liis laud comparatively level During a dry wuscu the outlets are all fv curcyclisi Tho scanty rainfall liidt its way ictu the tile Let prventld l 011IIlawl is level this suggestion is worth remembering H FARMERS PLUCK IAot Wait Fur Gorerninrnt Con trot of Kaltroud A Miinf Kta fjnrer manned Him who owned nothing but u quarter set don of mortgag d laud and n Ivaia t epaviiicd rset ouddculy cincluded that the country was iig nbbil Ly railroads anti that the farmers must build a road of their own lit stunted cut The farmers lidi nt have uny money with which to Eubwribo for Btxk hot they pledged so many days work on the road Others muilc u gift of the right day Still others weut into tho woods and cut out tho tits Farmer Hints was much ridiculed when be started hit agricultural mad but he ht satuikniau fully tt his tusk wiry now the djincs are that the raid wll actually built lie ins 150 miles of right of way plows fur th i earthwork ties enough to fuvr the lino und i1 now in New YcikiKgotiathig touch for thoruils und jollinj sfx k The roud will nm from Duluth a vtt llntuxh till Hod r vor vii hJinto North Dikfa opening up new iiectiou of ecuetry- Blarit or White Oat There ii a jinimLir pre judico againrt blitok oafs iu this country owing to a belief that they use inure chuffy ami their chuff horiiur than that l1flW white out This is not true however ull kinds Wo have Kftu white outs that would weigh within u w pounds as much p r bushel as barley laid whose husk wus almost as hart as a birli y board It iis tin kind of husk rat hr than ita color that the pnrchncer of outs should Lick to It is not n gncd plan to feed oats uugrouud especially if they tie of till r ugh bearded kind The ground out will be digested better cud iu any event its husk will be so broken up in grinding that it will aid perfect diges thou instead of preventing it as white outs often do I It is Setter to cot than to beat a nervous cow Yon will get more milk Three silver cranes holding a crystal ball is a Japanese idea for a paper weight Postage stamp cases arc iu lizard skin with silver edges and have leaves of oiled paper A very effective combination Is af forded In the writing case set in silvci and dee rated porcelain A piqrced siher box in crescent forth 2 inches high and 18 inches long holds u ruby velvet pincushionJewelers Cir cslor i ZII THE GHOST WALKS FOR WILLIAM Cottsideimblo Procetslon When the Kate Salary Ia Taken to Film Emperor Williani receives his sal ary quarterly in ndvnncv The money is thrice counted by different functionaries at tho Rational treas- urY and is afterward plnccVl in a number of strong boxes and carried to tho royal mail wagon waiting nt the door between a troop of mounted gendarmes After the load has been placed in tbovchiolo tho ministers of finance of the empire and of tho kingdom pines tho seals of thou respective offices upon tho door and nooompany tbo minister of the royal household in bis carriage to the palace tho mail wagon with its es cort of gendarmes following twine diatoly behind Not until the money Is actually deposited in the vaults of Emperor Williams Berlin palano oleos the ministor of the household sign nbo ronelpts whiob are made out in the numo of Wilbolp BOX and William Impcratar rospeo tivoly ono half cf tho scar being derived from tho treasury of tbo king glom of Prussia our the other from tho treasury of the German empire Two days afterward tho court functionaries receive their pay but although the emperor receives his advance not ono of tbo em ployoes is similarly favored that tho emperor is practically always three months behind in tho pay list of his household Tbo only nxcep tion which tho emperor makes is In favor of his consorts wboso per sonal allowance af 8lT0COO per nil flaw is paid to her quarterly in ad At no great court in Europe are ttlio salaries low as ijt that of Eer lin tho so called great dignitaries having to satisfy themselves with a pittance of 2000 a year while the minister himself receiveshut3000- Thisisnot surprising when thacnor moos number of persons who flguix on the payroll ij taken into consid eration For instance there nro no less than housemaids and 1M0 liveried footmen Every servant high or low is entitled to a pcnsioi after working in tho royal household for 20 years Over and beyond tho civil list re ceived by tbo omptror from tho treasury of tho empire and that of the kingdom bo draws from the war department full salaries for tho dif ferent military commands ho as sumes As commander in ohiof of tho army ho is continually appoint ing himself colonel in chief of this cr that regiment which has thereupon tbo right to stylo itself the leib or body regiment of his majesty Whenever ono reads ia the ga zotto that ho has thus honored a regiment in tho array ono nay take it for grunted that it entails an ad ilitiou to his incomo in tho shape of a colonels pay and nllavnrccd In asuiuch us rat tho present moment bo holds tho colonelcy of sumo dif ferent regiments it will readily bo scan that this constitutes no boon siderable addition to his income nil the moro as tho colonelcies carry with them forage allowances for about 200 horses Out of this civil list the emperor is expected to pay the allowances of the various members of his family But this is not n heavy drain oti his porno IJis brother irinco Henry and bis brotherinlaw Prince Fred crick Leopold have each inherited immense private fortunes and are practically indopondent cf any al lowance while the only other princes of his house 1riucq Albert of Brunswick the crazy Prince Al exander and tho ec entrio yot talented Prince George nil three elderly men are cxcccdiifgly vcaltby ion deed they iiguro among the richest princes of tho blood in Europe Chicago Record Uchlnd a Within a Well Tbo cmtfcror of China Kuang Dau cannot nppenr in prblio Ho lives in n great unlace srronndcel by nwall Ho was kept in tho strict est seclusion throughout his youth the down or oppress noting us roo Rent Ho had in his pnlaco yard uiiuinturo models of menofwar a train of curs whIch was on ercnct model of the first railway train run in Chinn and every toy that science could invnntor monoyjirccnro lint ho has iPovor seen ono of his own monofwar or ridden in n real rail way carriage Now York Lodger Allh Vanity Thoro havo boon many sermons preached upon tbo uncertainty of bunion existence but never has the moral of lifes passing shadow boon moro forcibly put titan iu lnts quoin tion What is tbo world to a man when his wife is a widdyBostonT- ranscript Natures MCthodi Natnro is no spend thrift but takes thet shortest way to her ends As the pononil rays to ba soldiers If yon wart n fort build n fort so nature nlake3 ovary creature do its own wont and get its living bo it planet animal or treo Emerson Tho CriminuSa of tho Ages Oh John Lion and Richard floe what crimes have boon committed In thy names IChioago TrSbnna After a nrrIn A dollar sue exclaimed when tho clerk had told her the price Why thats oxoibitaut Wo cant afford to soil it for any less replied the clerk Well I know where I can get it for less she returned and I am too good a business woman tp pay moro than o thing is worth And then fehe marched outof th toro and paid 10 cents for car faro to go to n place where she could get the san o the for y 9 ceutaChicaguPo C tt 16g s 0 C = 81OO If you pay now you can ge youi County Paper the NEWS LEADER FOR ONE YEAR New Management New Features liew Dress Newsy Spicy if Original Independent And an Indespensible vis- Itor in every household Help us with your dollar and we will give you a paper of which Washington County will be proudf 1 FORe We will send ynH tho NEWS LtiADKR and the 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cough lung and 4ronclilnfrptayiiy that has bOOn offered rdurlni her life Guaranteed by nil doal ffcr KonJMlo byllaydon It Robertson A tr1REMOVAL J TbfsjwUUiiptify all my friends Bndpalrons that I have mover fmv Tonsorial Parlor from Wall streeV to MOlD opposite tbeJ ispwqgfieldlHolek ould be plesed to Have you calL i1ff ALEX ADAMS t i 1 ir McKertna WhIskey I Tits flelebra ted brind 6f whiskey keBal6 at myitJrt nod make t u speiait3J2L f2 jzIi11iIy and Jor medicinal use tf rC A THOMPSON J Who W1 l1c IdeaJ f Imrie tfliuj to pteuIP I rrctcd jour SIo tb 1e rttlt JOHN WtDDIBBUUN Patell ton Dthr prllo 4ua ot t nAUOIS KBOUT TOWN Blackberry Sugar cheap at Jos A ShadersLOSTCertificate Anomclation J N SAUNDERS Extra copies of our big Illustrated NewsIJ1eader WATiD5OOoo pounds of wool Highest cash price paid for same CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN Spring cleaning in the house is portant and tq cleanse tho human jsystcm la even more so beats Lax TJtive tones one up cleanses and regu a the bowels liver and kidneys sale 60c a bottle by Haydon Robertson and Waters Browne FoflSArSIx thoroughbred Poland Chin pigs three and a half months old by Klevon Model the greatest hog iin America Four males and two females T SCOTT MATES Springfield Ky How dear to our heart is the old ver dollar when some kind subscriber presents it to viewthe liberty head without necktie or collar and all the strange things that to us seem to view the widespreading eagle arrows below it the stars and the words and the strange story they tell The com of my father We are glad that we know it for some time time orI other twill eome in right wellthe spreadeagle dollar the starspangled ollar the old silver dollar that we all ove so well Mr C R Harmon has bought out he Inercst jinte that popular stable for himself cim now on Mr Harmon has some firstclass livery horses and has just ordered a number of new buggies and proposes to have a livery stable for the benefit of the public that is second jo none in tho country Mr Harmon a clever gentleman and attentive to his business and will no doubt secure good portion of the public patronage Some miscreant made a dastardly attempt last Saturday night to destroy the fixtures and improvements about the well at Tatham and succeeded in doing considerable damage which was soon remedied however At about 12 oclock that night ah explosion was heard at tho springs and an investi gation showed that a dynamite car tridge had been evidently dropped into the basin at tho spring and that the explosion which followed a part of the basin hail been destroyed and some of the pipei had been torn away No arrests have boon made as yet butt is thought that the guilty ones are known and if caught they will be iven the fullest extent of the law Meanwhile new guests are arriving daily at the springs and there are now about 100 people in the house A ball club said to be composed of the best material in Bardstown came up last Friday afternoon and played the second nine of this place The visitors brought some good ball players to take part in tbe game but they also had with them a gentleman who proved himself worth more to them than all of the nine plryera so far as taking the game was concerned Ho a Mr Smith and bo acted as Um pire Our boys have never been accused of being kickers and generally accept an umpires decisions without mariner but some ol the decisions of Mr Smith were so rank that oven tho most indulgent couldnt have stood Ho called Springfield men out promiscuously and at points in the game when runs were being made and hia decisions undoubtedly fost several scores forjthe home team which would have given them tho game The score was Bard town 14 Springfield 8 We have received a long letter from B McElroy of Chicrgo who ured in a scrap with his brotherinlaw Mr Arch Hays here a few days ago an account of which appeared in our last issue Mr McKlroy says that our article did him a great injustice in soy eral particulars among which was the statement that ho had mistreated his wife The NEWSLEADER publishes nothing knowingly that would do one an injustice and in giving an aceo of the affair if wo stated that ntI royfl mistreatment of his wife was the cause of the trouble and her separa tion from him we but repeated what has been common r6port Mr McEl roy also says that the statement that Hays hit him is also wrong adding that had ho done so ho Hays would not now bo numbered among the living The letter also contains a number of charges which we refrain from publishing having no desire to givo publicity to any ones private affaire Summer coughs and BanJO aro colds Either hurt tho lungs worse in warm weather than thoylo in cold They are cured all the year round by tho use of Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey Got that branded Tho Suthoiland Medi clue Opnipnny Padncuh Kv or its not genuine For sale by HayUon Rob etson1DruglstsPersoiial FitER XHpngo medical reference book taahyperJonanHeted with anyspccM chronic pr delicate disease peculiar to their sox Address tuq lending bysl clans and fturccons of tho United States l r Hatliaway Con 70 Dearborn street Chicago PERSONJL Miss Louise Saunders is homo again from a visit to Danville Miss Bettlo Irvine has returned from a visit to Louisville Zillah Searcy of Louisville IMiss Miss Jennie Browne John Mayes left today for Tatham to be gone about a week Quito a large party of folks from this place will visit Tatham next week Mr E L Davison came in Satur day from Louisville and is spending the week at Tatham 8 B Thompson is quite sick Mrs Thompson who has been ill fdr sometime is bettor Mr Tom Ross who has been en gaged with B D Lake in the tobacco warehouse hal gone to his home in Ohio Dr Arthur Burton of Kirksville Ky who graduated at Dental College Louisville last week is here on a visit fo his brother Dr J Burton Mr H T Crittondon wife and two children are at the Thurman House Mr Crsttenden has charge of con structing the now telephone line be tween here and LoUsville Miss Zelma Thompson gave a lawn party at her home in tho Pleasant Grove neighborhood last evening Quito a number of young folks from town wont out and a delightful time iis reported by all W H Sweeney C 0 McChorc1 T Scott Mayea and T W Simms Jr wore in Bardatown Ityonday Mr Sweeney made a speech announcing as a candidate for the Demo critic nomination for Congress Ho made a good impression and expects god support from Nelrion county Mr B D Lake whd has been here for nearly a year engaged in the to bacco busines left this morning for Louisville where he will remain until fall when he will probably return Mr Lake has made a great many friends both socially and in a business way who will be glad to see him re turn Worth its weight in gold Snther lands Eagle Eye Salve C R HARMON THE LIVERYMAN First class livery outfits New buggies and fast and safe horses Jersey wagons and surreys forI the use of excursion parties or drummers The most convepieui bifehinj and fpediug place in twn MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY Vho man who Jocra on nrnJ or a leg n hand or a foot has 421 different variotie of artificial limbs members at bill reccbCdjmuch cut in this line The American honrevrifo ought to i make good pre rvcs for this art is cov ered by 1541 patents either of oppli oiicca or of metliodaSt Louis Globe Domocrat THINGS OF BEAUTY For smelling folta and mentborpou cilt are holders of cut glata on silver mouutfl Up to date novelties in cut jjJarj in elude low r nod other howls iii Etjuare oval uild diamond Tcrtoiso shell combe with pm ret bOnds uro more than over in domaud now that tho pompadour coiffure in tr vivod The new rhatcilainQ bag mule cf Taricna lhinds of fancy cloths and show log pilvcr mounts is a thing for ore as well as bcnutyIThe chatclaino pin grina in popularity and iia devoted to usofnl as well as llUruI Iy decorative poudant such as a watch purse pencil tablet knife cud cii Ors Quite now in the faihiounblo crushed morocco in a soft cornflower blue cud there Is aro a gray green tone which is most delicate when mounted with ameled silver Jewelers Circular Catting Coarse Fodder ThQ Maine station compared the value of chopped and nncboppcd hay for cows choppingfindfound advantageous at the Wisconsin station Tho Indiana fitojicu found that cleora made better gains on cut than on uncut clover hay In reference to out tins coarse fodder Professor Hunry says There should be a good feed cutter on every dairy brut useful for silo filling iu tho fall cud for chaffing feed in the winter All oornstislta should bo put through this machine for then they arc In hotter condition for ccdiqg and tho ooarser portions left uneaten are in good form for bedding and the manure heap Long cornstalks are a nuisance in the feeding manger worthless for bedding and troublesome in tho manure pile Many farmers find difficulty in feeding cut cornstajko since sometimes thacowa refuse to cat them In a few cases we bavq found that tho sharp ends of the cornstalks when cutcertain lengths jure tho months of tho cows When they are not well eaten the cause is often duo to overfeeding or endeavoring to bavo tho cows live ou too limited a riety of foods Keep tho mangers ofcnn tad feed the cut fodder with cite and usually very little will be loft over and that only tho coarsest poitiou Experiments nt the Wisconsin station show that with tho varieties of corn fodder raised there much more of tho cut stalks will be oatoa than if fcA flncut ouder iho game ccndttiosa r The Wat Louisville Clements ForCougrcssI j W Sney s o a candidate for the Democratic nomI in atio for Congress from the Fifth district Ho is a candidate in so far that he toM his friends who have urged him to make the race that he is ready to bear the Con gressional standard if given to him Mr Clements is a native of Springfield Washington county lift came to Louisville about four years ago and hits since Leen practicing law lie has been advocat ing free silver for ten years lietis an influential speaker and has quite alocal reputation for oratory llo says this is one of tho times j when when the office should seek the man and that the nominee should be one Who is willing to stand by the Chicago platform for all time Mr Clements has not announced but is willing to maker the race if his ftiends consider him the pioner pereaon to represent them lie Iliada race in the Fourth district against Montgomery but was beatenaCurrent Topics Clipped 1recently1s 820000 nlada notebook which showed he had murdered 295 men Dog fuming is earned on extcn sivcly in China In the northern districts of Manoouriu and Mongo ha and thousands of large breeding establishments and no deg skins in the world can compare with those that come from those parts as re igUlls either sizjj quality or length and fineness of hair t A traveler visiting Naples ro cently had his attention called to aS playcardposted the door ofIlittle shop in the Via Toledo inform ing the public that the title of the duke is offered for sale inquire within A grave defect lins recently been discovered in tho equestrian statue of Emperor William of Germany whichwas recently unveiled at Frankfort It appears that they old Emperor docs not hold the reins of his horses bridle according to the regulation ot till German cavalt rYeThe sculytor will probably be ordered tto correct this defect t The patrons of a certain Jersey- sCity barber shop were somewhat surprised yesterday to find the us ualhite coated ttonsorial artists of tthat establishment replaced by male barbers clad in bloomers Desperation This morning about 7 oclock Wat Green entered tao barbershop of Charles Hamilton and therein tthe presence of Ed Coylo andI Charles Hamilton swallowed six l grains of morphine accompanying the rash act with the words I will cat dinner jin heaven On account of Vats usualjoculnr manner the act was not regarded seriously by the speculators He then told James Moore that he desired the latter to prepare hii remains for burial andcnt home So determined was he to end his existence that be in the presence of his mother attempted to cut his throat with a razor In her efforts to get the azot from her son Mrs Greent t was severely cut across the handll two fin el8 being nearly sevqred In a few moments be fell in a stupor and Drs Rodman Bhncoe Fowler nd Rev C J OConnel were call ed in Everything was clone for the sufferer that hunvtn skill could suggest and about 11 oclock life was extinct lIe had been drinking fpr several days and yesterday told some of his friends of his intentions The morphine was secured on thestntc ment that it was for his mother he had suffered consideably during the past few weeks from his arm which was crippled several years ago and expr38ed himself several times as being tired of life lIe was twontyeight years of ago Ncl oi Record About Small Characters The editor of a Texas contemporary is mad and this is the way Jie goes for his delinquent subscribers When any little crosseyed bowlegged lantern jawed piebald scarlyhfiadel lop eared pigeon toed dog toothed slimy handed thief takes a paper two or three ears and titan suddenly discovers that he never subscribed for it am aint goin to pay for it nohow the editor should secure help and take tho scoundrel to tho nearest bjiickjack and treat his worthless carcHss to an application of black FINE 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 1 ovcrstqckdIISHOES OXFORD SLIPPERS Our stock of Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes is complete Mens Button Sho3S Black and Tan Mens Lace Shoes Black and Tan Mens Low Sboes Black and Tan Womens Button Shoes Womens Lacis Shoes Womens Ox fords and Womens Slipoers Childrens Button Shoos Oxford and Slippers We bought our shoes at Low prices aLd we offer special inducements in prices DRESS GOODS aid DRESS TRIMMINGS Wo aro still keeping up our stock of Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings and we can suit you from tho cheapest Serges Mix turos etc to the very tine Parisian weaves Ccme in and cx amine our stock aud get pri- cesWALL PAPER Dont forget wo are Headquarters for everything In Wall PaperItARPETS AWD MATTING The special l prices wo have been making on Carpets has in creased our sales one hundred per cent If you need anything in this department take advantage of our low prices at onoe EVERY DEPARTMENT We will makathe lowest prices in each and every department for the next Thirty Days that was over made on equal values We moneyandiarewhen a customer offers us Cash for goods CtJNNINGlfA1v BUN6AN 1 CXJEARMjCB iktyct r iin order to reducfe our large st6ck vVe tyiU nxk son SPECIMr ERICES foriiexo dayj Ladics Shirt Waists 25 per cent lesI tfiiin fVfcular jpfJoe Woolen dress goods for less than yot can bu tthem 6lgewhoil Gcf our prices on thenr Ladies and Misses Fine Oiiordf Int65t stvfnf lowest prices ever heard of Prices reduced ot all fine eboe8 MftJFine Shoes 8100 a pair Mens Plow Shod S1 a raiftR6Qucif prices on Emersons Men 8 Fine Shoes this is tho best jJfe ithtft United States and you can get eomo bargainsjn piem V s CUT PRICES J jL In MenJJ Boys and Chpns Glofiili- S lgf y We are overstcked in Clothing and we propose to make pricelioii uJrhnepzlces o e our stock of STRAW HATS wo will selltbcm at cost It tvil payiihtl well to make your purchases of us aswe offer bargains iin c rtt o6dtsour departments v Irt it MqCHORD ROBERTSON JOHN W GRUME Bftic LEADING LI1LeRy3eN i L6BHNONKY ISTABLE Spalding Aveqne andMulberfy Sfreetl Back of Norris House VIl Ttt GOOD VEHICLES F1RSPCLASSHoRSES 5fht Special Rates to Commercial Men Safe and Reliable Driveraf frWashington Country OJrihle Sblicitei 3jj 4Bi SPRINGFIELD SAW AND PLANING NYljftr MARKSGItEENEA MANU A 1URrm8 ANPDEALE l t y All kinds of Ro gb and Dressed Lumbei Lathes 1douBinlsli iings Frames Sash Doors Blinds b ccoJ ogicadsIiei Cypress Shingles Acme Cement Plaster eta I it 4p1f41Tiair paid lor all kiDd of Logs call and see as and get rIc 4 lOffice and Yard Jockey Aienni BetWerflf4r q Rp i Llghtnlng Hot Drope What a Funny Namel Very True but It KHIa All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Cay Without Relief Thore loNo Pay Sutherland hnale Eye Salvo Is new and original in stylo of iacksito antI 11rteed to give satisfaction aa an ointment for nit sores piles cte Bv nil deul s Pir wilo by IlHjdon tt nol ertson Drug gistIq MOST IN OUANTJTY BlSTINQUAL WOllMSIWHITES VERMIFUCEFOR 20 YEARS Has lod all WORM Romodlog EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD BY ALL DUVGGISTS iSTniauiDsos torn r Weak oyoa are made strong dim vision Is made clear styes are removed anti granulated lids upsoro eyes of any kind may bo speedily ahd effectually cured by the use of Sutherlanda Kaglqi iye Salve JUt put up in tubes and soltou a guarantee by all dealers 1or sale Jy Haydon Robertson DrugglHtlft PLYMOUTH ROOKS P YMOUTHRS CKS XCLVSIVELY I have some very flno cpckerela arid pullets for sale at a rdaaqnable pried Alao eggs In season MB 1 MONAN Sprjngfloia Ky Right Sn Sight S evingShdWflWcil logue and Duycrs Guide If yott- eendca 15 jccnta inbtanps That paSpartpbstogo exprcssage arid keeps off Idlers Its aDictionary of lIon st Valucsi 1uflOf4mpoitaht infcrmati no niaKsr where you ttey 700 Pages xaocSo Illustrations tells of 40000 nrCdea and fight price pf each profit xmly between maker find Get It OnaI MONTOOMHRY WARD ACO niVn6 JllUblssu Ave Ch tOo tApt Sw riey tJ X 8t iKfj 6it says ShlloliV Catarrh IjJjw is tho firstniedicine I haTOf ver puii that vvould dome apri 9odl rIe6o i 5oJ thqgnio ctlartcdfGoraWbcri ah Vhenish fQ WhezuhWj Ddttnehe tbetao ri J i I tkjEvery p jr on7l HtUC old or yonn black orwnito1 tick or J1 rrhdtall- ov9used lit licllV Nib fTftr Ilone pronounce It the brsst congtr and lum roiuody on earth jtu truotqo 8qlalt laydlni 0g 200 A VISIT 11IscIsapbsldanguaifeeANeatsofJ 2wlU put ycursyAtem fDgO OtiEf-cum hltd u lpatlODJJddab trikAfsa1eoraiiagesadscxes AclC1SUk I yesrdrfstortt 5JNEAT BncklciiaArlilca Salve TJ bbct salvo fnthe1rotliofcult brulsoff sores tifccn btilt rlicnm ftvcif prca tetter clliupped ImnUs cfillblainw cornBr nd nil skin eruptions pncLpnai tlyoly NJurca ptis ot ny pay pnulrek Itia gttarztntesdto give SHttafacltoh box atiiiuiiuv tviituuvvi ijtu xn twi Hayden itliubcrtsopa Drugotore s oiLi t flt6 RpILBI ijli TMENT jmfcj lijimbTn BUT HIM Alftpvjiknown I9T KKMSDYfof PiLE Tn n J ts gROWN 1RJ 17t OIttS IruJgcrt o tI natnUSlICNr end eceitic Uittt J4 a Jf u rrcotnrnetid tt AhtdcGrs xiIt Ocnuenl tst k 1 drd gu1 T7TTTtr Ti r 4 l THE NEWSLEADER 6 2 ENORMOUS REDUCTIONS h y jf IN ALL DEPARTMENTS AT THEJJliiir 4fJJIr s t ik t LbUISVILL STORE Ep61ialSiasliing of Prices to Reduce Stock Read the list of i aeMvj 4 Are Offered This MonthL tlII1kJ t Gt ti DRESS GOODSitt V t v Novelty Dress Goods that were 15c now and Plaid Dress Goods f 1 r that were l0c now 12o YSThirtySIX inch Henrietta all colors that were 25c now 17c 40cri5f Dress Goods in light shades that were 25c npw 16 23c r t inchesibat871crl inches our 25c quality now 18c Black i Jheavyweighti Henrietta 39 inches our 85c quality now 25c y ClNioyjBlty Black Goods reduced from 30c to 20c f t s L t1 WASH DRESS GOODSI i 7cFine t All other Wash Goods such as Dimities Organdies etc must Abe sold regardless of cost a Bleached Cotton very test Lonsdale Masonville Fruit of the- t fit LOom6Ie only 10 yards to a customer 9J Sheeting regular 20c quality now 15c only ten yards to a 1 customer I i i n L1 1C UOTH I N GJt t t ti We offer our entire suck Mens and Boys Clothing a reduction of 20 per cent We going to unload our stock and you want real r bargains you wont anywhere else Sweeneys Boom The Democratic District Commit ilea meets at EHzabethtonn tomor jrowv What they will do in regard jj itp a plan to nominate a Democratic can3idat ior Congress is not known Itmay bq a primary and it may be Kravconv3ntion Whichever it may 10hiwe hopo the Democrat of Tay 5 j pijjponttty wiltgiyo Hen Wm H- z3woeney theIr votes He is in our l3njficTal District and he hat made Attorwinejr Ht ie by far the best man iffifrfo tie ip the field The day mme hen we want men be sides orators in congress although JJr Sweeney is a giodspeaker WeT want mel with energy and Jsdguncnt honest and tearless and whenputin Congress will not go Jbackolthe people You can get t shim Mr Sweeney is the man CampbelUvillcTimesJonrnal 1 a Trio Single Judge System iAssociationlhas railihisfulthgeeiartiaents from the biggest shows in the ring 10 the poultry PEStThe Association takes this JJstep purely m the interest of the exhibitors and it is to be hoped ijthat the move will commend itself itgUfttbe public pa a wise one The y r ju ges ini tits various department will be experts unbaieed and unin 4terestedandt each show will bo t s couductcdon tba principle that merit jnust wine The Aassociation I fArvfoul have saved conaideriiblo moo rYtep by bacontigpation the old cur tQaLoFpicklrigup thcjudccs from Vthe Fair attendance as under the thojudgeDta departments is paid a ttenlaryl but the change was made K VBoltly itha view to thorougl 9tand awards that 15Je satisfactory to esbibiters an S tteZ publio generally Glasgow l1m I i fA e v w r roccrs and other dealers iin f canned goods and monfacturers t tbereolwill be governed b It now j tlvrn e IItntoon3ltcrJul1 1 i reerfiBcift jto the labels to cPU fsaidgoocls onl By reading trio follow r rtin twidjassedI interestedmuaysave a fino acSStltioul1L thdttl shallbeberc i i afternnlawful in this state for an y hacker of preserved or canned r linilta and rpfetables 6r oilier c I1r sale afterTulY J4 Jj exception of goods brought from foreign or packed prior to this act unless sucharticles bear a mark to indicate the grade or quality car1Orationcof such firm person or that pack the same or the dealer who sells the same Section 2 That all soaked goods or goods put up from products dried Iimarkl3dl Ii ing cnits face the word 10 letters not less in size SonkedI line prce of solid and and all cans jugs containing maple syrup or molasses shall be plainly marked by an label hay tag on its face the name or address of the person firm or corporation who made or prepared the same together with the name and quality of goods in letters of tho size provided in this SectionSTho third section provides a fine not less than 850 for venders of suc i goods and a fine of S500 to SlOOO for manufacturers and those fraudulently stamping or labeling such cans or jars and mikes if the duty of any Board of Health in the stato to prosecute such violations A BOON TO HUMANITY CUSHMANS MENTHOL INHALER Ctatat Diuowj fat Curt all troubln the Beat a CATAKUII IIEADACHE SvWILL CURE SsSuStSS- SnufflngkCouslilnr llniiikitir o Crnthantua accu ibUUECUHE orilWi 81p1 LLrrrnanhlyd Ner rroxrctlon KTEKTirmaittJi It Tunyo d IJa eaa 6 tam Al dltm red nSIIXlS irLrtU t XIIITJIII11JnJ1lk nryrr 11talwa silk 0w nljat INFLUENZAI I J baYwkY14 4tettBriM aka Fhl daft trUntoaallirtMlaauoa6dtlL II CwK Ut In aMw nr c a r TaycnX111 n LTSWANTEDGulsa Ill n2 Datbcn IlandGoCnbmnaliaatbonat Painn7nppW Ilanda tfuroraarLla ernptton Itulck lonlleropabnndhukmmatloalotFarm lnrYeabozMotherCAnTOAOie or Menthol nahadnutroble u1flSboyeah on YourilolftthaacurettlrewJ ItAoUWkoBOharmBAtsji 4 Tonr Men t nu iino olt baatiree mul on two or tIptlunatthalalleMYIITI1CUf C Binr linu to Hconnize or Tosr propw Ietrrml LADIES FURNISHINGS Your choice of any of our Ladles Shirt Waists 44s Ladies fat black and tan Hose reduced trom 10 to 7c Misses fast black Hose all sizes reduced tram 8c to 4c Ladles Silk Mitts reduced from 25j to 15c J Ladies Best Quality Kid Gloves all shades recuced from ODe to 70c- White Silk Parasols red uced from 8150 and g2 00 to SI andl 50 Ladies Black Oxford Ties 40c Ladies Dongola Oxford re duced from to 75c Ladies White Kid Slippers three styles 95c Infants KidtShoes 20c All other Ladies and Misses tine footwear at greatly reduced prices liENS FURNISHINGS Mens and Boys Straw Hats must bo sold at actual cost Mens extra god quality Unlaucdred ShirCs 45c Mens Striked laundried Shirts redncnd from 50cto0c Mens rood Strong Working Shirts 25c Mens Fine Balbrigen Undershirts in all sizes 35c would be cheap for them our pi ice 23c Mens Extra Quality Drilling Drawers 25c Mens and Boys BoysWash y of at t are it go countries together adhesive Mnklal V A VlVA i ASrto v r c FREE tto t1Pe have made arrangements s fora limited number of year ly subscriptions to the 1i1 ij LADIES HOME IDEAL iz An illustrated monthly mlgnI g zinc published at Chicigo and icontaining Stones Sketches r K and everything interesting for the homey1t p For each now subscriber to the NEWSLBADUU who pays One Dollar Cash in advance 4 uo will send this magazine t- otsny r rf address A DSO LUTE v j nEE y tiur number is limited and first come first served i Addressall communications Er L DAMSON J R L 1UULISHKK J a t 0 I V VJ v v JIows This Wo offer Ono Jiimlrctl Dollnrs rownrd for any iiso of catirrh shut cannot lx II alls Catarrh Iuro F J A Co Imiirictury Toledo O Wo tho uildorsigtUjd kayo known F J Chonoy for tho lant years tuxl he liovo him perfectly hnnurnblo in all hit Inihiuess tni fuioliniiH nod Jinancialy ahlo to carry out any obligation outdo lay their llnu West A Tnax Wholcsalo Driygists Toledo On Waldng Kin Hun A Marvin Whulosalo DrngiriHt TokiiorO Jlalls Catarrh Cure tukon intcidully noting directly upon th blood and mucous mirfncca of the 8YMI torn Irieo 75c a bottlo and sold by all drugciijts tostliuonials free Halilncss iIs either hereditary orciused by slrknrsjj mental exhaustion wearing titibt ttUiiR ImtH and by overwork and trouble Halls Kouowcr will provout it Kldnov andI vcr troubles are prompt ly relieved by a few doses of Newts lax ative a bottlo avo 550 doctors Imgt Cheap and good put up Neat Laxative KyrRamons Liver Pills Tonic Pellets Con4tipatinsandIidloasnes t aL list siiiiunor ono our grand luldron was sick with a sovire Lot iroullo Our doctors riMHiditH had failed then w triad Chuuurvluin rclthuirr- and Isiurllnen Itirtdv whih gavo viry speedy JJifC rigarrt it as tho lust niedioino ever jm on tae market for sorrelnmllaintsJIt lietircur Frpdorickitown Jo This oprtainly j s the best medicine evrr put on the ufar bet fur dysentery Htllllllilr complaint colic and cholera fan in children It never failf to give prompt relief yhen used in reasonable time and tho plain printc diretiuiM are followed Many motherx have expressed their Kimerc gratitude for tho cures it has allcctcd- ChamboriainV Cough liemedy euros roldn crtiiip and wloopidg cough It Is pleasant safe and ruliiblo EE CULTURE It Give Employment to 300000 Prmona and the Product Amoant to S There are in the United S tats 11 apiarian societies b juaruah ilcrotcd e t elusively t a this industry and lr at factories for tho mannfacturo of hives and upitiriau implements Tinre aro 800000 persons engaged in till ful turn of tho bee and ueconluifj to tho United Stabs census nport IhcJltu ducetl in 1800 ll70a81B jx tinIs dhoney and in 1889 20 ycar later r 3 804103 pnuntbi Accox ling to the elev enth census the valuo of tIll honey wax production rf tho United States at wholesale ratrs was 000000 aiul a cxinscrvative estimat of the jprrtclIt an nual production is 20 000 As sup plementary to brio figure it may bo stated that in addition to tho 15 star power factories there is a very large uunibcrcf Bmallerfnoturies nning main ly hand and horse power which are en gaged In the production of supplies such 03 hives smokers honey extractors sec dons comb foundation and other apiari au apparatus sitars Good Kcoc ts A willow stao pushed into tho eo talifromst d thawing will almost certainly gro and after two or thrco years it will be como enough of u troo to servo an u pjstt for attaching wiro toif for u forco W a kayo known moos fanaors who con struct thoir roadside fences hi this vay often planting the trees close enough to gether that a M or 10 foot board may bo nailed to the living posts niter they have attained sufflcieat size By cutting off the top every two or thorn years tho feuco may bo kept frogi starling tho ro doT Held too much For the Tblnklnz Farmer A man neat hot work himself to death doou share aa well as musole A torso id more liable to scare wit than without blinders lib is seldom afraid of what ho can fairly Not all knowledge is gained fro books With au open eyo and mind the man at work will get a good educatio- Do not use too much water Your thirst may bo satisfied without drown tug you It istho sumo with u plant Nothing pays better on tho farm than to keep accurate acconutsto know what is raised at a loss crud what yields profit 1Bo sumo to got tho bUl1 tins from iho agricultural cxpcrimeutetations They ore doing important work Keep ia tench with it hallclISome time ago engaged in ling lime it Injured lilY eye induced stout druggist here trr1 IIII tllanto try runt SiitlirrlandV EnglcI Eye Sulvp and will sny it cured me very short tijnc anlour little girl was KitlJeritig ith lIre eyew cud wo uselll ua her eyes and it iurcd her Wo mn fciiier it the lust eyo lvein earth Yours truly il Proprietor Uurknville Ky Hotel 6 UNTOLD MISERY FROM RHEUMATISMC Ayers Sarsaparilla Fnr five yearv xiiflereil untold mUcry from mtHctilir rlienmatiam tried every known remedy Cols lIlid the best phynl clans visited Hot Springs Ark three times 0spondlng there scalds doctors bills flat could obtain only temporary relief My 1flesh was wasted away so tlmt I weighed bemils nliiftytliree pound my Irft arm and Ug were drawn out of shape the muse lea tr 11y tMing twisted up knots I vrnf nimble to dyes myself vxrdit with uulitHncf and could only bobble about uJut a had no appetite and wns nssured by the doctors that I could not live The pains nt times were so awful that I rout procure 11raker only by means of hypodermic hilt flans of morphine lull my limits handag in clay In sulphur poultices but these lrylvg everything and suffering the most awful tortures I began to tnko Avers SarsiparlUa Inside of two months was to walk without n carte In three months my began to strengthen and In the course of a year I was cured My weight tins Increased myfulta AYERSThe Only Worlds Fair Sarsaparilla DYERS dILLS cure Headache Mrs Ill ndin Noah of this place was taJQn in the night with cramrlng pit inn 111h Six took half it liottlo of 1JlackorrYcOrdioJ but got no relief Sho then sent to helpherm I soot a Chamberlains nileI endmthj first dose relieved her Another of our neighbors had been sick for a week had tried dltruront remedies for dinrr hoca but kept getting worse I sent Jilin this sniiio remedy only four doses o iwas rcqnlrctl to cure him IIoanya owns his roouvcry to this wonderful rem edv Airs Mnrv ulblevr Sfdocv liItli 1 Jf T J Now is the tirao toaubacri forj the Mire Leapt opt 1a yellr e v I i a 5 t ffi 1 trw r rSo5at J n r rwwAiiMGM3r tMGi 71ehl v I iYoIiooSc What is j s 8 s J wAtli5A r t ATi S i PRACTICALLY i AISv PERFECT W S PREPARATION v tr r FOR t iIs 0CHILDRENS i Rn COMPLAINTS l CASTORhA 1 I FARMERS HOME HOTEL H DeWhTT TouR OM TOtifVn FROM JOHN ItiAtIII GTuCUCS17i i rPropriet rItTHOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND REFURNISHED D LARGE STABLE AND WAGON YARD IN CONNECTION WJtHHO BATH POOL AND EILLIARpROOM r 400 to 422 East Market Street Best One Dollar a Day Ijouse to toe City or Stale bOUISYILIr KBbTUCR Single Meals 25 Cents = N = Ilr = III I THOMPSON CLEIVIENTS UNDERTAKERS lII J f m mAND EMBALMERS Our equipment in the Undertakers and Embalmer fJ s line is UP TODATE in every respect l Caskets and Robes from the finest to tits cheap estJ furnished promptly We answer calls day oj night and guarantee Perfect SatisfactionS mWJHYG0tt t idJElsewhere to buy goods wben you can save j J JmODby patronizing home merchants We Ji I are able to give the publicf the LO STrFURlR iiAND I We can duplicate city ARPETSIIour line A trial order is Srnceyou We will yaks you goods and quolepricetf whether yquwisfr lto buy or not Hi F LIGHTNING CUb HEAL CURES80-4T erotaellaid 6Wrn Bcratahtiy Cholera Bites ofMorbua Anlrttnh aM Changes Nausoa 0110 ialrr EMiiiWgtor Eta tTatiteat ett Itnellat Qeetl+ BREAKS UP A COLO sErartarar PrSoeifeeontsiastoandonehslttimesumneLksit HERD MEDICINE co irimoFlELD 0 CtrltWOOL r WOOL J and ounfstho best honROtoahtp to Uhen1dtIVs 1Mbvanpcs on consIgnments Besides woilaPO better fadUUea ikon otheeJUau110rga tctodea to auPPIYWO got7on the Aoseuta hut itad fauprodaeo direct tot t1fiR1YDONCARTIER CO110 Third Street or 318 to 810 SCurroU CoL ItsnthDalitQ It taLes passengers from the following stations to HEAL PN f Cit stipattiorv andtt ttiEA LlixllT aGcuis ti x t t o j