You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, July 23, 1896. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1896 new1896072301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, July 23, 1896. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 7J II J J IJti I iESLEADE1 r and Ill oslndlJ1perJor mngnzmo pbllsIzed for the priceut one w New Series Ill SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 23 1896 = No30 k 7 I I r ocal or Duslness Kntlccii cent Hue for first inycrlJoit out 5 emits peiifor i each Buifrequcut insertion- CauajTaJcnudttates and political matter 10 ccnupor line Job tfork is done 4 atlowfttcr but c18hI I mbep3idtdeivypt t Advertising coiitr ta mad Jn liberal terms ObltaariM t and re1IlIutons of respect 3 per lIne iJ o i1xuTs t CoDnty1dIMratesj t 2SO County Officer t o- oJJItrItOLlce 1000 r HDIRECTORYI RURCITj RciRP Jacobs Fn tor 86rvlce every fiuuday at llSin nod S P m Snnday k BchooUt JSl Troy 5r Meeting pu Woo acsvlaynightat 730ji ta t 1 METHODIST CHURCH t Rev J L MurrflJ Pastor Swnccs onff tBa First and Third Sundays in each mouth l iIl and 8 t mIb 4l t PESByTERIAN CHURCH Iler MSaundcn Ptor Sci vices every Suuday at till m ant 81 in Prnyir Mvea i u ejery ThursdHy nightir c CATHOLIC CHURCH F f hSeIIJ Budday at aod Oclock a ui Services tJeho 1- 1 FRKTERNHL ORDERS MASOSIC LonoK Springfield lodge oro f1 qioocon1onyincachmonth Washington U 0 Chapter No 27 meets every third Tuesday Sprlngfleld Council No 62 meets every fourth Monday KSIOUTS or Hosfpp Meets every second I tut1 fourth Monday in ccmonth KSIOHTS ePTncMiciiiBCa ilects every flrst Wednesday ot each month l COUNTY DIRECTORY f 0 CIROUICOURTll a Circuit Court begins ontbe fourth Mont day in February May ned OctobertC E kattersdnti- rW B Sweeney Comradnwealth Attorney- P M Campbell Clerk T W Slmma Master mmlllloDerIJ 1 OUARTfRLY OURTtQuarterly Court Is held on the third Mon J day In January April July and October 4 Jack W Thompson Judge I COUNTY COURT 1 bountytanirt meets ontlie fourth Mon diV In each month- Jack Thompson Judge i SlFpOOker JuntCl t I H Thurman County Attorney Hn413aUer dTJr rro Sheriff- l V ftTbtirman l t iHBPonu lkpuiles id Hasten sF Moore county Surveyor- jIJim SharpAssor t 1 1 1 5IV T McElroy County Trcasnfer it v c J 8PRINQPIHLO pIRCOTOPY JTCN0ePotkeJndgeJobn WO Reed City Attorney g i jJJUATICB OOURT S Justice courts are held Ia JftuaarjAprU tfoly and October r LfIY1l DPtE8 0 Trains ii4siI4fl44r AJ4 545t140 iyBpMl1GfteldLT 80 Ir 20 3 81ZIbV1I011l1l 5il 186 6 23 1203 Iooker 547 147 615 U 51 CroakesM 561 168 05 1L37 WqOdlavn R03 213 5531127 iEafly Tint08 01222 r 640 15 flardstcwii 623 2 65 6 3t 10 50 Mi Nataroh a so 3 oa r 8 27 1030 Samuels 0 41 3 34 S2tie2LDoshvi11o 643360 j 6 13 1010 jCaiVeSuiup s 66140S 611 to 00 nobL 4 Iii 8 019 52 d1earmont t9 4 au 46 94ThITBtOWflJCl7l0j00 j i2 i4heplIerdBsalIo 7 20 Ig J4t3 tItubCllrs 7 57 27 73J- r J 1gae southLoulsvll1 N 750655 tiM 15LVL0U18yUlOArD8050lU f f JAM fM lr j iJT w- s 1 1t t i s454Oi i Ii = = THENEws= LEADERYol 5tS GOSSIP MEANT IT Thev do say HE a young man was decid edly sat upon by an attractive young lady visitng here not long since It seems that the young fellow very spon after his first introcfticttoD begao to grow sen timental and in his conversation with the young miss verynatur ally turned to thoughts of love He soon discovered however that the object of his love addresses was not inclined to be romantic for after listening patiently for a time tosomeofthp young gentlemans favorite pas3j mostiyou know I dont love anything in the world except my bull pup He is just the sweetest creature He is not here but have his pictura and Ill show it to you And she did produce a photograph of a solemn looking bull terrier over which she made a great ado much to this disgust of her wouldbe admirer front whose mind by this time all rc mantic thoughts had vanished 1100K OUT Campbellsville JjTavIorsville Bardstown ct il may all look a little out and keep your eye on the Springfield Base Ball Club first nine for they will bear watching from now on Tjey have oidered a brand new uniform all the way from Chicago with caps and striped stockings and all that ort of thing And there will be the words Springfield to appear in bold type across eajb mauly breast ffhich feature iQac will doubtless cast terror in tlio ranks of the enemy aud win many a game The now uitb are to bn initiated on tno ome grounds on next Friday hen tie aggregation from CampbilbYillo is expected to come In fur the nrst slaughter ing The same teams will also play n game Saturday and if the new clothes dont win both games for the homo team they will vbe COJID ted as a hoodoo was a URh0 mistake those lawyers and others who Interested themselves in getting up the water works and electric light project A committee composed of several of our best lawyers was appointed to inves tigate thoroughly the legal steps o pursue in voting tho tax for ihe town and everything was thought to be perfectly regular nd correct The vote was taken and the thing carried without much opposition and it was not until after the privite subscription of 4500 to stock was secured that it was discoy red that the vote for the sub scription on the part of the towii had been illegally taken and that it will have to be taken over again in order tc be regular It seems that under tho constitution towns of the sixth class are not allowed to subscribe to stock of any public enterprise Thev may however donate aa amount limited to a certain per cent of the taxable property of the tow- nS it tt TILL AT WORK The promoters of the water works scheme are still at work however and Whiledisappointed at the unforr ltunat blunder at a time wben everything seemed to point to success they have by no means become discouraged Another plan the workings of which have not all teen perfected is being arranged and it lj thought that tho people of tholown the majority dt whpm have already Voted J will yot be furnished water orks and electric lights In fact etj incjers are now at work IbcatinKv sight for the resevoir Surveys of thrfee dif terent locations will be made and the cbQapc t and best will be soon determlnedon Z7coI = t INTERESTED Speaking of ba- sIbaiIthej Lebanon people must have thought on last Friday that Springfield was quite an en tbushstic all town to judge from the crowd which followed our second nine over to Lebanon to see them make monkeys of the team at that place in a one side game Tbere were about fifty people all told who went from here in wagons carriages and on bicycles The wheel delega tion was twentyfive strotg a nail dozen being ladies The presence of so largo a crowd from home no doubt encouraged the boys to put up such a good game l DONT YOU WONDER Why tho farmers dont complain of ttoo much rain What will become of all the tobacco raised thia aeaBonIHow some of the town folks cnblive without water worko and electric lights Why some effort is not made to got np a firstclass graded public Hchool for Springfield to be supported by thet towntHow many men and boys about town live without any visiblo means of support Why Joe Claybreoko dont settle down and marryrWhy a certain popular young lady keeps one of our young business men is in such cruel suspense as to his Catet Why Arthur Campbell dont seem to care a fig for a Washington county girl How it was Jiinimo Non lost his timtjpieceaWhy it in that some of the boys wheI go to LouiBvillo on SjnJay excursions dont get back uutil Monday or Tues dayaWho will be the next high sheriff of Washington county The Ton CoimuamlntMttii 1 Thou shalt not go away from 21 home to iLi thy triidiiijr tliou IorJ thy sons nor thy dnughtcrs 2 Thou flhalt patruhize thine own merchants that they1 shall nbc patronize thee Make haele there fort and purchase that which shall cause thy countenance to shine with intelligence and bring pros perity to both 3 Thou shalt employ thine own mechanics that they be not driven from their homes to find bread for their little ones Thou shalt also consider him that is thy neighbor above him that dwcllcth in strange town 4 Thou shalt not nek for credit as tho goods cast much money antig the merchants heart is wearied with billd his children olamor daily for bread and his wife abd cth at home for writ of tuch cal mont a3 mlorntth her sistors Blessed yea thrice blessed is the man who pays icash 5 Thou shalt not ask for reduced prices for thy influence1 fir be holt guile is in thy heart and theI wierchant readcth thee like an 0101t book he lau hcththce to scrn and shouteth to his clerks h huIThou shalt do whatever licthI in thy powerto encourage and proI mote thy welfare thine own townl thine 8 Thy own llcolleIof pride to tlle other towns entice hearken not unto them for thou ruayst be doe ved 8 Thou shah spend thy earnings at home tliat they may return from whence they came and give nour ishment to such as may cmdafter thee 9 Thou shalt not bear false witness against the town wherein thou dvrollcat but speak well of it to all men 10 Thou saalt keep those corn mandmcnte and teach them to thyI children to the thirdand fourth gnneration that they may be made to flourish and grow iin plenty vyhcn laid to rest with thy fathers EFruTutoCPar1es J Booth Olivo wood Cal toys I have ns d AycjJ Plllajn my fnnilly forwveralyean and havcnlwnya found thcmriiostefliettij- iii the reich uf ailmonls arising from disordered strpanch torpid Jlvcr nutl constipated bowels 4 WITH OUR FARMERS 3 Notices stock seed or grain wanted or for cale or exchange inserted in this col umn ruEK or Farmers arc re qupstod to send in stock or crop Items fur publication Oats are said to bo aellltig down in Nelson Connty at 9 eta per bushel J t t There was never a finer prospect for tobacco than now in this county IIt t Tho heavy mid and constant rains of late put a good deall of wheat to sprouting and it will bedadly damaged An insect has attacked tho locust trees in thecounty and groves can be found where thero Ia not a green loaf left on a tree It is said to bo ho notorious chintz bug t i The English people are the largest mutton consumers of mutton of any nation in the worldt They are tho bet breeders and feeders of mutton sheep in the world end bring to the lock the choicest ofanimalj t DanyiHe horses were rlgbt in the ront rihks at Saginaw Wednesday Lottie Lorine of the Cecil string won he 210 pace purse 000 in straight eats Al Hutchings getting second money with Choral Lucy Pan third Gazette fourth Whirlgig fifth Thore were eight starters t t Mr Dan 0 Mattingly sold to JrI Thorne Boaven two Qiie twoyearold for 100 Wheat throshing has xjoramenced in this locality and thresher won report a short rep Tile crop very promising so fur ahd if it con seasonable an immense crop will be made Lebanpa Enterprise j t Monte Fox bought about the first of this month fortynine head of fat catr tlo from T L Carpenter and thirtyr four from Jessie Rife of Houston nic t four cents These cattle averaged about 1500 and have beon shipped e also bought eighty head from Gibbs Bros of Qarrard at four rents one load from Eubanka Bros at 385 nd one load from Vanarsdall Bros at the same price t t The average weight of the liege rooeIvel at Chicago during Juno was six pounds heavier than reported in May pounds heavier than ret nrncd InIJ une 1895 Average weight of hbge at Omaha last month 273 pounds the heaviest June average on record andtpounds heavier than a year ago The paqkingln the west ram March I to date shows an increase of 750000 hogs compared withlaat years returns to date Tlcctric Bittprs I rlprtric IliUors in a inixlicino suited season but porhnps mote generally nofdwl when the htn uid otbiiustnd fiolint provalln when tlm liver lrptd t and sluggish and tho noojl of a tonic and Kliftrimivo is felt pnuiipt uso of thir iiudirino has Oft avortfb lung niu por litiw tuuil Id louis feviT Jf f 1Illllil11itc wil net morexnrrly In iduniernrtiujfitni rod rig tho syHtoni from the lualarinl llendnchr tonMt ptt ion hid ttion rind dlzzincM yiold tll Elettrip UtUM Try it ono mid tl at JIa yIdon A flubcrtsou Politicians Wooing ly dour Miss BrownII hereby announce myself as a candidate fots your hand and I shall use nil bitsami honerable means to secure thrI nomination I know that there are in tny other candidates in the field and I hesitated long before entering iho aace but row that ram in it 1t am to stay My views on love and matrimony have Olton been expressed in your hearing cud I need not repeat them here Vou know I favor the golil standard in love a onehundred cent dollar love and a maiLtenance- of thatstandarJ after roarriaga If you decide to confer on rot the honor 1 seek please fixa late for the caucus with your mother i lIhave no objection to her acting ae temporary Chairman provided that it is clearly understood that Inm to be choinnm of the permanent organization Should the result of the caucus prove satisfactory we can soon hold tho primaries and se lect the date sad place of the con ventionI never beleived in long campaigns so if you decide to hon or mo I will ask you to make the convention date as early as poeaiblt Devotedly youra JOHN CORCUB jlayb triad others but like Ayors bcsV is tho fetnttiihont made over and IOlr SRln by those who teallfvto Ih6 lc oUt derived frdm tho uso of Ayors rfaraaparjlU JJiseaso hovcr lund n rcate r cnoiny hart this poyerul bloodpi riUcr Jt iniUcS nbo week strong 5fS4r 1 orhe Idea of advertising nn ejo salvo for the euro of piles did not strike th fancy of Dr Sutherlands owiHervativp disposition and this ho never did until hundnds of people wrote tho K KSuth ci Ian Medicine Company Pailucali Ky that they bought Sutlicrlnnds Kagh Eye Salvo with which they cured member of the familyef severe cnso Ifro eyes and using what was loft foi plies which also cilecteit n cure Tesi of blind bleeding and itching pile have lung been cured by this all Itoalint alvo It is put up in tithes convenient ror use and soils everywhere for 25 cent Fur sale by Haydon A Rubcrti- onCORRESPONDENCE SHHRPS ILLE From Our Kecalar Corrfepondent Since writing my last letter to tht NKWSLKADER two weeks ago copious showers of riin have fallen and the prospects foi an immense corn Ond tobacco crop is more favorable new than then Pastures arc irIfine conditon but the oat crop ie somewhat damaged from the almost continuous rains On hart Wednesday evening windstorm swept across the whole northern part of the county doings considerable amount of damage to the corn crop and fencesiA flood in Chaplin riler broke the milldam at this place The Ioes is ploccd by the proprietors Meiers Ifearinger arid Keightley it one huiidrcd and fifty dollars Didnt his residence near here on the 18 inst Isaac Demmis iin seventy second year of his age In lifelie was regarded one of our most exenplary citizens His remains were escorted to their last resting place at Antioch on the 19 by an immense procession of friends including tho masonic fraternity of vhich he was an honoredmem ber Hero he was laid to rest by the stde of his wife who was ten years kijamor and who after years the inost intense sufferings pre celled her husband to tho grave by nly eight days To the children jf the deceasedwe tender our to ost nearttelt sympathies Mrs Nancy Hayes in the eighty seventh year of horjt ge departed this life on the IJch inst at the rae idence 01 her daughter inlaw Mra Sarah Uu estwo miles south of this place Deceased WitS born in jrarrard county Kentucky Ofa large family only one son suvvivos her To her sorrowing relatives we tender our sympathies A sones or meetings conducted by Keys tailings anti Adkins have hvcn in progress at the Altt Free loin Baptist church for the lastr eight days with ten additions to the present time Eider Stallinge is a now man among Us but has f won golden opiuions from those n who have heard him speak Most of the public schools in this vicinity have opened witha good t ucndanco anJos most patrons will comply with the llilet compul cry law it is probable that the willrhow more advancement than any previous year Married at tho residence of the brides parents Mr Brazele Parrot and Miss Sallie Kavs WILLSBU G From Our Regular Curresponaent G B Hawkins was in Lawrence burg last week1dMiss El via liiggors after a vies nnt stay a thii place has returned t to her home in Lawrenceburg Miss Hester Ross of your town has returned homo f B F and W A Oolvin of your town were tho guests of Isaac Ohcatham Sunday- J M Brown has returned from Fairview Ky J F Shewmakcr has returned from Sharpsville Oupt J W Burton spent Sunday with his family at this place it A Burton has returned from WaddySFor tho past three weeks there has been fourteen lady visitors from different towns in Kentucky to tlm placeSTho subject tiffrco turnpikes u agitating the minds of the people in this part of the county 9ThoVO JJ Society will haVfe a call jpeeUngi jdSj ui ltt Jt Ltr i V 1 members are requested to be pre Ient 11 M DeBon of Louisville was the guest of Attorney Noel last wiek The Union Sunday School Con vention willmeetat this place Sat urday Miss Minnie Colvin will comJ mence teaching in district No 31 Monday The entertainment lustInurs buy night was an enjoyable affair g Miss lester Iloss captured the au hence with her charming music E TEXASS From Our Regular orrbspondent An unusual amount of heavy rain m this vicinity great loss to fences 8andMr Hubert Claybrooke accom partied by kis brother William called on bis pet girl Saturday and Sunday at Lawrenceburg Mr Jake docanougher Jr was on the fork Sunday visiting hIS lady friendiProf J L Thompson of Ilsr- rodsburg was hero Saturday Professor will take charge of our graded school AtrgIll Your correspondent was shown a c deed by Uncle William Jocanought er of Long Ron bearing date of March 23d 1784 containing 500 of acres Geo Cocanougher S lives lt the old homestead This homestead lies been in the possession of said heirs for more than 100 years lhe deed is written onm parchment officially signeiland aealed by Patrick Henry Gov of j Virginia At the above date said land was part of Jefferson county Your correspondent accompanied Mrs W M Smalleyto Boyle lat w Sunday to see her son T F Biker i Mr halters dwelling house wes truck bv a cyclone lust Wednesday pi JcniD which unroofed it aUtIf0 damaged us walls as to be necessary tj build anew in The base ball game played bere Saturday between Mackvillo anti Texas stood Texas 18 Mackville 15 Batteries Texus Covm and Black Mackvillo Russell anti Groves We found all tho Mackville club to be pleasant and afhblc gentlemen Come oJniub6YBJ well always treat you right ADIEDMartha Coyle wife of 11 Coyle and daughter of M D Lund saMelviiiawas born May 31st 1864 was marvi cau ieti Auc 10th 1882 She was a conRistont member of Beech Grove th Church She was patient sufferer znor1ndband relatives anti friends wech tender our warmest Ryjnpatby in ti luisad hour fa11evJoin assisting Rev J L Adkms in thmeetingMr Charlie Purdom and Miss at of Mattie Burns were at Feniicka undayut1JMcsJohn Peterson wore In the iarkfi ville neighborhood Sunday calling on their best lady friends In a gamqof base bell bctrceeij Long Run and Tick Creek Bator urday the latter were defeated by core of 40 to 12 as Mrs Willie Calvin of Now Mar kot was visiting her sister Miss Josie llardin SundaytVox beSTOCINTIRE From Our Recilar Correspondent 1i Ram Ram has been the cry lot i the past few Tvocks but now we art having more preferable weather i Sale of stock is quite dull Alec poultry and fruit are on the drag of Wheat has been ranging from 55 o GOcts per bushel for the tsaweeks amb4armersgrannrie ari not quite so full AS they wore las Tyearj Miss Lou Hilt and Mrs Berth Montgomery ofLouisville qro vis i Unit n lativrfe uid JritndsJ m th ji surrounding neighborhood r Misses fiflbie Jlill and Deltl SmjihhisUeilj Mrf LHIioCeci5un q diy lust v i 0 BlunfrJJtP tl ttrtutn T i r i i1 9 t l r1o qtlTnkoJt1J 1II NEs taDERo IPAIUAdiCO 100 a iJ n umber of her fniiid S Sundayf last tIi rJ r Quite A ntimfeerinttbnaediithe baseballarjevhjbh watayctI near your city atlflLtflyiast The pcnicj lhcli vrSasgiveri Uy the young rddied Booicfy lust SatUrH day was a complete uccjssinevgry respect arid thty irive our igiicsi complcdietits W hope i4 one i which is ottake plueatbrduiyspi- Saturday week will tie cijfillyVa ooJTher are to hive jrinf Ray wick S iturda h dnl Cbcii got t Saturaaynvetk EVALINB- t Fox ilnuters The fox hunters Hereabouts br Et jubilant over the fact that jftjj Nationalmeeti1lboheldbereandot others are rubbing upttioirfAvorijo i v horses for tIle ochaslonf fh rewill be races between thV j finest hounds in the country theIjmeeting being brought to clo c with the championship race AjuHrC prograin4ewiilbcpublishedaSBOoU as given out by Secretary RE Ilagan of Louisville This cQuritf sfulloffoxesand the farmer have t flgrped to watch their benliouHea ore and Reynard less frprntfoAv till telj Iftheyare the beats as areV l chnrfied the whole couni1tbo2 tllearedbytheecdoIthe 1ihtiUg Ainoug tho notables who wiMt tend the meeting will be Jack Uhinn r Ilrrod3burg Helton Hacbrd i A Millionaire iforen in Maine Ills weajth isetit mated trout 55006iOOOLto 6000000 1 lie owns the largest yards foi biiiU ding wooden ships in the United States and builds iron ships lilac t aving at presert several contracts ith the government II u if piestil idont of the American Shipping league Mr Sevrall is aI50t49y esidbut and the principal owner ofn national bank at Bath lila asH flarge stocrc1l mve citynnfl18 it several of the national banks of jBoston nail Portland ENTrtUSlASTlC OVER ALFALFA lliehleM JEintiir Iii cniTlaecJcfni BtetUBr Merita For ten ywfs I haT0 town o smalt s mount of alfalfa seed with rcdcloyer ys Jlichigaa fadacrITho Amcri Apricaltorlst und aft rio7 ton ficeI that en jny fann consiefiDg of light Bandy loom it Js ablo tP cndnre je cold4of winter as well as ttd clover and flio beat of summer tetter thaSi cdidxzmaxumoth or hlsikc On tbb 10Ulcf lat May weio afcMialfalf v T roots bad escaped tuo plow ill tiid c ard it stood 8 to 13 inches blvhU4 mothyand orchard gracd Tcrd 2tof inches high and of poor color Tho nlf lh ils was tat close to the ground July Ii1ncho rarroiunding grasses scarcely grow t elk Tb6 appearance Of those hunch talfalfa Induced infe last season to try lIttloU tl1bf dover alone Delay id curthg tho aced prevented thb BOYinf ntil Juno It then Seeded otf ve sandysoil which had been plowed early in May bnd given jis moderato r 4 dressing of bard ana aro Thcrd wan euQlciont nxolijtnrQ in tho soil td start growtb but tho ciccratvoly chi Ayoathcr prevented tleveio moue cf nioro than 4 to 12 Indies tiuring thf season anti it Syturnoi Cut at Ms ne end of tho plat pursbuo was almost high aa tho alfalfa On tho 2j3th of April 1S90 it was 4 to 13 uichca high way ahead of thin purslane raid iU tho most rni1ng crop on the lImn Evat ye dpca not outgrovf It Contrary to thooomn o belief ihb plants are Jar gfcst ondbo6t whoro tho moatmauurehad en sptead before plowing I m1 So well pleisted with iny trial plat that without waiting to harvest ti tIgiitka bchca below tho surfiicoj to lie town t4 nlfrtlfa in short tlma As apiopf of thehardlnes8 Qt the plant 1 latsprhig jI sowed an old garden plat to oats putSting oil at tho Bsnie timers littlonicdhini oloycrnlsike lunotny andaeprinkUug alfalfni n During thbdGngbtwluiCli fOllowcdje was sCll grazing C111 fhvtock- nd tramped very sdcerv1y Todalia only clo- ganSovlng pn the pkatis QUill ryo last August mi theSOthT he drill had been used to Edw alfalfa n June mid t11era yemabiell in Ithdlcscedcr 18 to 20 pounds of mfalfii fioedj twht6h was allowed to run OUt an thd owing proceeded Tiindthy anablover cSTwerp nJsQ sown o u thiifield Turf jq5inadO small growth itntl was pac urct1with 1iosee audctttle Where tha iutilugvns nOt seecothtr istedaru- itO aa1rS1d bi aHfIfa iso aet T111n i ItE r A A4 irr JflflL 11nri J ji i ifv t ti 4 C fip J iirtJJ1k ifHI NE SLEADERti j = t l 4 r a THE NEWSLEADER HURSDAYk OULY23 18961 t E L DAMSON JR oaJy rains water spouts amiccloudbursts have been ram pant throughput the state eight lives were lost by a flood on Benson Creek tear Frank fort and a great deal of property rlartiaged In Shelby county it Js estimated that property to t- heMaV r litnountbr SlQOObp war destroyed 1 romp ther parts of the state v tom reports of damage of a more less serious nature from thfc storm THE tobacco warehouses of v LouisviUe ve formed a com f f claimfBtraiige as lit may sound is to- make v it better for the grower they claim they will reduce the Boiling fee from 2per hogshead to 5150 ItocAl agents and so licitors will all be dispensed a with so they say f v THE National Populist Lon V ventioa at St Louis are haying a warm time over the selection of a ticket and the prediction that they would nominate Bryan a good enough Populist dont seem Bets as if it would pan out tibere is talk of a compromise r bttenthetwo factions Both Extremes however still hold out ania threecornered fight in the donventionis expected between the faction headed by Patterson of Qolqrado favoring Bryan end Hewall and the Chicago plat- efoflIL th faction heated by CCton0Davi3 favoring a new iicketbn the Omaha platform ands the compronise factions headed by Butler favonng f4 Bryan and a Southern Populist o4the Omaha platform The convention is about organized ti andlhe figbt opens in earnest witav A LONG BURROW iinad ot 1Cn1J TWo MllsiSrecatatd by oa lartnatriotu Mole thewVJfter Lid recodod into a narrow chan naVtbrongh vrhicb it tumbled and died nud bolced up great rings there yasJcfta broad sand flat This sand flat fell off ia broad stops in which c pooll13lggucrIyGown many miles up the river had oo cagibnally stranded after floating down fvr gatheredpiles planderwerogether unlikely tbat one by looking closely might bavo found moro than ono articles of value Tho sand had dried down bard ant jBriaa on any Minutia beach It was flibgytoo just the thing for brisk walking And walking on it was a joy Thero vera neither jostling elbows nor fftveet smalls nor sounds just the gray Fkyabovfe tho damp wind and the yel low riyor oozing along a stones throw aWDVJlfueIsinsUd flat was a remarkable thetimtAbovexf bunk and towering aloftwns a largo cottonwood tree The welt ran straight gnt toward tho river 1000 yards or mo1fll then turned vest and wound in a waving lino up stream Pot nearly two wenTingJtcrolDdlow the surface and never changing in appearance until it suddenly lost itself ia another bank ot eaud aRttiost which It had run It was the burrow ofa lidsblindr ythroughend of tbe bank Or maybe ho tiartod apward after awhile and came ont in the ofs gardonCity8tnrP rr Ixvok Out tot Them i Nov U the time that colts should he bry somebody with Sharp eyes Those vert iaiu are gcueralJjr located mostpleuti x fully the side of the neck in tho rbptsof the mane and around the with r Some varieties are eb very small 4tiuilso ncarlp wbite Chit WeiSS inspect v 9d cloEcly theyare llaulqr to b mistaken r small tpecks of dandruff Insect powder apflfed freely and thoroughly ubbed in iff tbout the cheapest and- y iate t remedy for t teaobloodthirsfy lit in a t Washingstrong sure iokiJl the rarrniabutlhe tmublo iatho f liableso atakentboroughly dried after being washedi rv Tobacco smoky applied with an In atfJ thoinost cf festive remedy iu thee hands of an ex pert anal is the most easily end quickly Bpplled after coo learns the knack of nandlJug the iustrument Ameriian ed- er7f t- aeJj it f J J FORAGE FOR SHtEP Crt t Valno of SorgbunsJPzaeUcalJjr Dem onetrated PrcfctrcrThoinas5haw of theMinno sota experiment station contributes the foUowing valuable foots to Tho Rural N1w Yorkers bh ono nci of load at tho Minnesota Experiment station last season we pee tured six sheep and ten lambs for nearly 6J months On three acres of tho same or a little less than that amount we pastured 65 sheep and lambs for about thrco months and on poor land at that but the season was favorable From tno One aero of land moro than 550 pounds erf lamb were obtained to say nothing of tho gains made by tho old sheep their dams between the opening and the close of tho pasturing season The mutton thus grown was good in quality and While it teas being grown the land was Improving on the surface at least rather than deteriorating- All tho plots referred to below con tamed onequarter of an acre From the plot sown to winter rye in the autumn followed by corn and rape sown together pasture was obtained sufficient to last one sheep for 409f days That sown to peas and oats followed by rapo pastured one sheep for 4073 days That sown to com and rapo furnished food for ono sheep for 023 U dais Another plot sown towinter rye followed by corn and rape furnished food for one sheep for 487 Jf days Tho plot sown to winter rye in the autumn followed by sorghum furnished food for one sheep for 041J days A plot with rape only sown early in the season brought food for ono sheep for 876k days- So o of these results may seam in credible To mo they would havo ap peared so one year ago But ono cannot doubt tho correctness of what ho has seen and when it is borno in mind that the land which produced this pasture was not half so fertile as much of tho laud of tho western prairies the vi sion of immense flocks of sheep rises up before us aa wo look on into the coming days of the near future Of course tho pasturing of tho plots was by the system of alternation Tho sheep were put upon one plot until it was eaten down and they wore then changed to another When ono plot was eaten down ft was then harrowed in nearly all instances to free it from weeds and to conserve the moisture in tho soil and in some instances it was reseeded with another crop On two or throe occasions it was disked before sowing another crop and in tho case of tho rye followed by tho corn and sor ghnm it was plowed before sowing tho sorghum Tho crops that gave tho best returns relatively were ryo followed by corn and rape and by sorghum but tho plots which grow peas and oats in the ono instance followed by rape and rape only in tho other instance gave excel lout results Corn and rape also furnished a large amount of food but the weak point about com is that it does edt grow up again when eaten off Of all the plants grown there is perhaps nono that will produce so much summer pasture as sorghum Whpn oaten off it will grow up lyroin and again and to say that tho sheep too fond of it is to put it mildly Of all the planta tried those possessed of most promise are winter rye rape peas and oats followed by rape and sorghum Corn is also good but as stated before it docs not grow up a see end time In the west and perhaps indeed everywhere rape and sorghum will prove of inestimable service in providing summer foragof or sheep One of these is tho complement of the other I had not been long out west before I noticed that rapo would Hot fulfill quite tho samo mission as it did in Ontario and for the reason that turnips do not flourish with us as they do in Ontario although in all parts of Minnesota they can be profitably grown Tho hot and dry weather of midsummer is not so fa vorable to tho growth of rape at that season as is tho moister and somewhat cooler weather of Ontario But sorghum is at its best just at that particular season It revels in hot weather and it stands drought welL These two then alone would carry the flocks through the wholo season without tho aid of other plantsOf it is not intended that these crops shall entirely supersede pasture They should rather bo made to supplement it Wo ought to havo grass pasture and in nearly all instances it ougbtWsocnlent and abundant to supplement tho grass pastures Sheep may be carried over such sea sons on the soiling system but think of the labor involved Why undertake so much laborwhon there is another and a better way Sheep waste terry little of the food while they are on pasture uu teas allowed on it when it is wet and it iff also better for them to go out and gather food for themselves than to have it brought to them Every farmer whD keeps sheep in any considerable numbers should grow moro or less of summer forage for them and those who have largo hocks should grow it in ample supply Ono two or three kiiids should suffice any season and any improviugtho Cleaning Laud J7Hh Buckwheat The quick growth of buckwheat and its broad leaf completely shading tho ground fit it to suppress most of the annual weeds It has oven boon said to kill the Canada thistle but this is more probably duo to plowing tho thistles un tier n June as preparation for tho buck wheat than tho crop which followed But there is a better reason for the be lief that growing buckwheat clears the land of wireworms and insects that de stroy vegetation So far as wo know there is no insoet that Will eat either sowingitfurnishingB9thiug crystaballweight Posbigo stamp casemreln lizard skin with silver edges and have leaves of oiled paper ATOrofJectitO Combination is af forded In tho writing case set in Eilvw and decorated porcelain A pierced silver box In crescent form 2 inches high and 18 iinches long holds ruby velvet piucushion Jewelers Gir jculiu t qf M f IMACS INVENTIVE Babbit Shearing GENIUS Machine That Went In Wall Street Now those hero pinter dogs began Jim Potter HOh coma now dont talk to mo about pinter dogs broko in old Milo Bu hUWhy r was as I may say raised with pinter dogs Pintcr dogs plntcd mo in tho cradle rcckernizing that I was game eh Thats a Joke whether you fellows ace it or not Dont cOmo jawing round mo bout pinter dogs I know all about em Its my opinion that theres been moro lies told about pinter dogs than there has been about all wool clothing I believe in truth This hero lying and lying and lying all tho timo is bad for anybody and bad for the community consider truth wiling ono of tho bullocks of no clCtyh1 fact tho groat bullock of our Whole social system- Mentioning pinter dogs putsmo in mind of onlucky men and onlncky men makes mo think of lucky ones rhero was old Lou McJohnson who comO out hero to tho territory in 1870 Never seen anything like him for Juck Hadnt done a lick of work in his Ufo fiimply wouldnt work Let on ho was an inventor and just sot and thought all day Tho boys make it out that ho was a figuring on a rolf draw ingM b that you could wind up liko a clnnd i would squirt tobacco smoke into ybur mouth like a house afire Or it may abocju a pcrpetchol motion ma chine or spectacles for nearsighted bosscsI dont know UDut whatever it was it seemed to take a power of thinking You could most hear the old mans thinker buzz when yon got cleat up to him But nev er a stroke of work nor a cent for board nor for his tobaoker nor his liquor Tho boys were all aworking reglar and apayng for their tobacker and liquor and most ofem putting up something bn their board Byineby they soon tho old mans game was played out They had a littlo mooting and the verdick was tlict old Lon McJohnson rust go So they picked out a likely rail and dropped around to whore he was athinng a barrel adrawing plans and speoficatious on a shingle Says Abe Mosher Mr McJohiison its my onfortnnato duty to inform you that its tho sense of this here community that you git out Which says the old man Git out says Abe Go says tho old man You may so interprit my remarksays Abe But how says tho old man Wo havo made it our pleasant privilege to provide tho vohickel says Abe A oak rail Mr McJohnson Bring on tho rail boys Now see hero gentlemen says tho old mans lemma git up a cushion for that raiL One of my inventions is a rail saddle with stir reps for just such little social parties as this But tho boys wouldnt have it at all and just helped the hId man on and rid him out on tho prebayrio bout two miles asiugiug tho poplar songs Tho prehayrio at this time was wire with jack rabbits all ahopping and ajumping runt jumping and ahop ping There must of been a hundred thousand jacks right hero in henchman county aripsnortiug about bunting tho air ahead of cm and leaving lung vacyuma behind em After tho boys left the old man out on the prehayrio what did ho run ncnnt but n dead jack the first thing I reckon the critter must of busted his buck atrying to turn sow emote while ho was on tho wing Anyhow be was doad as he wat going to bo and this hero dumfounded old McJohn son begun to examine his wool Ho yanked out a inagafying glass and squinted through it and seen it was the finest o wool fit for baby clothes and such things Everybody always knowod this except the old man but also every yonIIprehayrio as a jack rabbit But what did he get into his film doodled old fool head but thut hocould invent a machine to shear jack rabbits and you may shoot ino with a brass cannon if tho jim guzzled old scoundrel didnt goon to tho next town und do itl Of course tho rigging ho got up wouldnt Bagnehcato but it looked aa if it would It was mado to stand behind a bunch of gratis tho rabbit jumped in kicked his legs liko a whirlwind atry ing to get out which opcrotod u set of shears and they sheared him and ho artrabbit to show how it worked He would stick a coat of wool on it shove it in wigglo its legs with one hand and out it would como all sheared slick aa an eel Then this ulamboozlcd old fraud tucked bis machine under his anu und whcroju think ho went Went to New Yorkplumb to Now Yorkl Then bo walked down into Wull street plumb down into Wall street and says ho to the cnptalists roosting about on the sidewalk waiting for something to turn bntkdltomfl1Ol machiooIThen ho socket In his pesky old stuffed rabbit kicked its legs by hand showed urn the wool and they bit like suckers on a cloudy day and now Ill be horn KwagKlcd and swing swunglcd if that laId lunatic dont live down therein ono o them brown front houses and keeps his coachman end his footman und his niger to black his boots and when you go to see him a feller opens the door with buttons on him like brass nails on a eld hair trunk and he says to you says ho Whom shall I say wishes to see Mr McJohnson just like thatWhom shall say wishes to see M- rDlalohnsonIll bo everlastingly hanged if ho dontl And hero wo fellers ar still apaying for our tobacker and lour liquor and doing what wo can on our board But thats the way it goes in this hero dod fuddled world1 HaaydunCurruth in Chicago Post MS Cause Enough I hear that your relations with yoof Wifo are strained Yes IWbt caused it New York World IAThreatI You wait till I grow up rather What will you do then Bollo Woll do I look liko a boy that would return good for evilIlratJl air rt k v A TIGER HUNT IN INDIA Fate of a Galls Who Did a foolhardy Thing In the Tangle In Outing Dr J II Porter do soribos his Indian guido whoshow od him a tigers lair as n loan black wolfliko man wboso name was Si kunder Singb who was ft monotnn ohio about tigors There aro said to bo stylish tigors and others not stylish Tho lordly tiger is the man cater Ho is nt onoo tbo hero and tho aristocrat of tbo moo and whore bo roams tbo cattle killer must bo silent for the man oat or though sprung from the lowly ranks of wild boast hunters and risen through the middle class of oat tle ki1Jors brooks not the boasting in the roar of an inferior It is in the absence of cattle during droughts tbat the cattle killer turns to man flesh Ho fears men but will not be come animal hunter ngoin The pride of the race is against it When the tiger has tfillod a stoat and fed thereon bo goes to where tbb karinda grows thiok and bas iri tft nullab lazy with tbo moat in him and sleeping lightly It iishoyo is lo tttkcs bis nap that tbo hnntort find bim It is tbo hunters desire to bavo his tiger fight to turn und charge the ones who sock his hand aomo pelt hilt Dr Porters tiger know bettor Stripes bolted and with oool judgment snottkod from ploco to place liko a still hunt or aided by a coat which in tbo jungles is protectively colored and away ho wont up tbef gully gallop ing like it horse his soft paws mak ing no sound A stifling olond of dust arose from the brittle gross raised by the trampling elephants Tbo deadly Indian sun boat down and turned the landscape black in tbo eyes of some of the less hardy onoa In the shade which was soon reached a troop of monkeys show ed fbo way A tiger can bide any whore and in boavy covor ono must look as for a noodlo in a haystack far and near The tiger vans found afe last in the jungles edge A shot sWoIbeast u dangerous ono Thorn was a pretty bow do do The tiger would kill if it got a ohanoo and the beat ors wont into troos Sikundor Singh got off the olopbant and started aft or the tiger afoot augry at what he called tho depravity of the men Of all things a buntor can do hunting a wounded tiger on foot is the most rookloss In cover the man afoot is utterly at tho lurking boasts mcroy Sikundor Singh was out of sight Suddenly thorn was a long fierce snarl in the bush and a rustle of n heavy body tbon arose a long quay ering cry of mortal agony All know what it meant The elephants worn goaded forward and wild yells and frantioHoreamg arose from all sides the olopbantd joining in tho pttndu moniurn In a llttlo opening was Sikundsr Singh in tbo mouth of the tiger his tbin arms and logs tossing as the tiger drew book N9 ono would shoot through the human dbieid into the tigor But on the left p man got u flank shot Dropping tbo man tbo tiger sprang at an elephants faoe tearing it down by the hood Time hunters came together about tbo two and a bullet broke the tigers pock The tiger weighed 000 pounds The huntsman who would have boon tthe first to donounoo so fool bardy nn net us his own novor spoke coherently again His spiuo was crushed Home sweet soma Probably no one would bavo bcon moro surprised than Sir Henry Dish op himself oonldbo bavo foreseen that n single melody in ono of his nnmorousoi oraa would noblovo snob celebrity that at the present day moro than 70 years after it was first heard in London it fs still sung by lending prima donnas at fashionable concerts jangled on street organs and loved by n vest public that knows nothing of music properlyno called as tho purest representation of the English spirit Homo Sweet Homo Clan the Moid of Milan tho opera in which this favorite song occurred has long been consigned to tbo limbo of forgotten musical works but Homo Sweet Homo survives with undiminished popular ity and likely to survive whoa oompositinns1avo into oblivion Cornbill Magazine Sixteen MUM Uodrrirroun The most remarkable canal in the world is the ono between Worsloy end St lichens in the north of Eng landIt Is 18 miles long nnd under ground from end to end In Lancashire Iho coal minor lire very oxton sivo half time county being under omitted Many years ago the managers of time Duko of Bridgeport estates thought they could giivo money by transpurtlng the coal uudorRiouud instead of on time surface therefore the canal was constructed and the mines connected and drained at the same time Pearsons Weekly Reform Needed Mrs ParryI wonder why all of those stago villains smoko cigarettes Mr Ferry Im bleSsed if I know They would bo ranch moro appropriate for the hero He is always such an idiot Cincinnati Enquirer An Impertinent Qucttkin ion mustnt be saucy Fanny said tho maiden aunt to the little girl No one will love you if you are werelall1ttIegirL8ul1tJl Bbili Euth Li FOR 1 0 00If you pay nbw you can ge yaw County Paper the NEWS LE1D ER FOR ONE YEAR New fi anagement New Features New Dress Newsy Spicy Originall IIndependent And art Indespensible vis itor in every household Help us with your dollar and we will give you a paper of which Washington County will be pro- udFOR s1soWe LEADER anti the Weekly Courier Journal for one year- NEWSLEADKR and weekly Com mercial for 8Ii 5 NEWSLEADER and Cincinnati Enquirer for 135- NE11SLEtDEft nnd Cincinnati TwiceaWock Commercial Guz ette for 8IG5 JoB for rates on other ropers and magazines Come in and floe us or send in your money ta L L OAYI80N JR t Edtor ffiWElFUEB v SEEVI i d ii M ELR oy SHUkTZI v J itrJ FR H y HARbWAIE j i 1Zs TINWAR 1qJ 0 t b gtITI 1y STOVES 1t iWJIl t bl SEE OU h NEW LINE OFj i i A ftScreen Wire Grain Cradles JFr 1eii iF iJFii1iICoolers Preserving Iket e5 Cans tistois andCutlcity trr j 1i Country Produce taken in Exchange fur 6bhdrx i i i1 Nn Tin Roofing slid Guttering A Specialt l 1 See our STEEL RANGES and getoufpnce i 1f It Itt 1t 1tfl f 1 rj 11 J BUllTON NJUTDO sr tt JJMBurtonCo1BEN 0or i t 1 01 llOftfikOf8 and Vl1liorr floctors tUt1 I J Coffins Caskets Burial Robes- Of all Kinds FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly night or day The services of an EXPERIENCE r EMBAsmRa graduate from aRC 1061 6l9- Fembalniiing 1JIi have been engaged jI J 1 BU TON Cp Hagan Block Springfield fi r fy Patronize r y Horne InduBtry HI1 LT rmta i t f BRING YOUR 41 L BILL HEADS rr LETTER HEADS J i rip l t NOTE HEADS w ENVELOPESyi ij INVITATIOH Jaiill x ttiy Everything M tier rlr J Printing Line to tia J 4 We will do the work J quickly neatly and IN THE LATErSn i STYLliI oJf i1 t 4 i i i JtJJNqs TilE NEWS LEAD Br it r GREENwearetbelargeatutarteisoiddadfruttlttth APPLES t DRFED APPtBa Itrihllshippers orAlive uk Ira trial shipment to prove these fact Stencils sent free on upntlCitl p r Wttilag a f CO INCQPOIUfD Lswlsevill Ky f c I t t r k II rrJ I r t- t t 4 1 p 1 4 iS 22w hn THE NEWSLEADED 1 f 1hRBNBWSLEAD HR L 10L1UPMT iq LT r SPRIRd tBk t oC 1 b ff41rr EXTR7Ltc1EDH LITIfqUTcl1tI jilhe or vit1fpa Ipfr QI an a Now Mothodot own WWchieivezibbadefrecta ArtilhlaltcoU of dlJfer lIt giyiltti 4t1 prices tigiilft P DniiwiK WoifE and Cnowsio uccpQvILUIyb FIRST GLASS WORK ff PRICES REASONABLEI th bIltJUEtoccqpy Dr WIder office dur preparedLh make Thbj norf is t OFFICE Over Poatofflca Main office No 028Ji Fourth Ave LoulsVIllo Ky at WILDER Dentist nit LFeR 1 J ijRINEHART was FICE HOURS x to 4 p mth Tuesdays and Saturdays Jpct SPRINGFIELD KENTUJKY 1- aJRJBRCOOPR For R b O3lROOVOUaydo i IloberUona drug CJtoF FXkin St SPRINGFIELD KVJ old iiiBURTON DENTISTf eflt be T th TEETH EXTRACTEDu WITHOUT PAIN i is R OpwrE IIran Block over Mansfield to SoniitoroTSPRINGFIELD KY f2FOR 1 THa WeeklJComial Erse to Readers of tils Paper of A yoneScnUDasmauhsorlpttot1 o th ill paper fqr ono year accomp nled by SI 50thn reirular anlwcilptiou price 25 4 trt the EWLEDKR will be sent free c of charge for coo yeara copy of the I AIt3coluinu paper titled with moro now r thAn any other metropolitan weekly Absdlately Corrwt Mwiet Reports SItood Old Granny retrouso years old fcTltjtf ntrtlS fonrnotreetJadt1cnbKyI fVja ihnt Ur Boils Pine tar Honey U t p best grip euro cough lung and i1tnnJibl remedy that linn con oncrod i yrnx her lifts Gunrntee4by all deal iqra Ioraalct hIIaydu t Roliprteon REMOVAL t TbS will notify all my friends iiatrons that I have moved vir Toasorial Parlor rom 4EL to Main opposite the iring pld Hotel 57ould be Qfised to have you call ALEX ADAMS f McKenna W1isricolof 1fhi9 ccl Qrste11rJi of ft ittke y f JL kWpfopsiloirt ti Ybrandtbake r 4ijpjcjaltyoF itfr family and for snedciiiaIuSe I C A THOMPSON ji L11anterbAn Idea of oru Wii 1t tl tPatgCL eur MIII brtDJ7 11 wIt- a1 JOHN WJUDEJUlUn k co PaUllt AUbr1 ujVMblton xfor their i1sz pro offer t tD1IIii aa1c 5L 7 cBOJtTOWNicxonday jDay B4tcktierry jgaFcheap at JdeA SHaders bIE1rhe iHtaijt Child of John F Greene Wednesday July 22 Catalogued of the Fair can bd had at le office of Jie Secretary or at the g EWaL1Anrntofficeh Lbsr Certificate No 17 series A ome Savings Building Loan ation JN SAUNDERS Extra copies of our big illustrated C edition can be obtained at the News 13fa3er office WANTEDrSOOOO pounds of woolA Highest cash price paid for sameECUNNINGHAM It DUNCANC Formers in some ports of the county mplain of the tobacco being spoiled y Trenching caused by too much rainHQuarterly Court was held last Monday there being only a very small docket Several small stilts were disposed df The smoke stack on Jarboe Camp bells mill which was blown down bye storm last week is being replaced y a new one Dont forget the book carnival at vRursday one week from today A vel entertainment and a good time promised Dont forget the ball game tomorrow Qrunflya Park between the first ne and Campbollsvillo game called is S oclock Tho same clubs will also play on Saturday J The picnic at St Rose last Saturday largely attended and a pleasant time was enjoyed The game of baseball to between the Springflelds and Valley Hills resulted in a victory fore former by a score of 21 to 12Thup Spring cleaning in the house is imprtant and to cleanse the human system is even more Neat Lax dive tones one up cleanses and regu the bowels liver and kidneys salo a bottle by Haydon MobertsonFon SALESix thoroughbred Poland hina pigs three and a half months by Kleven Model the greatest hog in America Four males and twoa females T SCOTT MAES- Springfield Ky There will be an Ice cream supper given on Friday evening at the chapel tho Presbyterian Church Re- reshments will be served from 5 to 10 oclock The proceeds go to the bqn of orphans and the affair should well patronized A Book Carnival will be given bye Charity Club on Tlurjday even g July 30 at tho residence of Mrs A McElroy The entertainment for the benefit of the public library and everyone attending is asked to bring a book or the price of one here will be music and refreshments and dancing A good crowd should attend and help a gobd cause The Republican Committeemen in the various districts pf Washington to county have been notified by thec Chairman of the County Committee tot hold meetings and elect a member for their district on Saturday July 25 1886 and tho members elected will meet in Springfield July 27 County Court day for tho purpose of reor ganizing tho Republican Committee l said county The Republicans in he 8 9 and 10th dIstricts will meet Inl Springfield at 3 pm Saturday JulyI 1890eA surprise party was given to Miss nnie D Grundy at her home one alf mile from town on lost Friday evening Among those present were the following Annie McChord Ella Craycroft Bottle Irvine Sofa Stan field Woody Moore Dolly Greene Alice Noe Myrtle Campbell and Messrs Taggert and Hungerlain of Louisville Joe Oiaybrooke Robert Thompson Ernest and Joe Mansfield George Colvifi Emmet McElroy and Tom Hardesty Dr J M Shields of Willisburg was tried before Judge Thompson yesterday for an assault upon A M Hupp a farmer living in the same neighbor bood The trouble arose over a story being circulated and that gdntleman called upon Mr Hupp who It seems Iwas connected with it in some way to explain the matter A few words were passed when the doctor struck Hupp a knockdown blow for which offense he was arrested The jury fixed his fine at 935 Jim Johiison oT color waslried be fore Judge Noo Monday on the charge of whipping his wife The testimony entto showjthatu Mrs Johnson took ilittle hand in the whipping herself and that she had gone out to a neigh boTBbonsoAwih d club to bring her waywara spouse nometo the bosom tbfiifi family and that Jim resented hertncthod of calling him home and knocked his wife down The jury thought him justifiable in defending himself and brought Jna yerjHct c acquittal tf Baptlat i and Methodist Churches have united in an invitation to Evangelist WestOn R Gales to come to Springfield 31rthas the t Gales accepted Invitation the meetings will begin August Oth The week preceellng there wIll be t alIj hid tho peoplo of Springfield will Ve the opportunity to hear so dia tirigulshed a man We trust there will be a united eflort and a groat revival t Miss Dollie Greene entertained tho M N R Tuesday evening Those present were Misses Nancy Williams Bardatown Woody Moore Sherman Texas Annie McChord Annie Grundy nnie Cunningham Bettie Irvine leanor McElroy Susie Simpson elia and Mattie Minton Margie and- oLucy Ray Bessie and Jennie Clay brooke Iva Froman Annie Neikirk e Willette Mayea Ella Craycroft Ella Kimberlln and Messrs Churchill Russell Taggart Joe Minton Naylor Klmberlin Henry and John Peterson W D J S arid Joe Claybrooke Garland Cunningham Will Hagan Beve Browne Fleece Boaley Barber Rinehart Ike and Sam Ray PERSONAL Mr Ernest Mansfield is in Danf illaMiss Sallie McElroy is home again from a pleasant visit in Danville Mrs Nan Dr otwho has beenF visiting in Houstonville has Miss Emma Howard of Lebanon visiting the family of A H McChord s tlMrt at Lebanon spent Sunday hero visitingh A Mudds familyhMrs Homer Burnoll after a viaita Mrs Chas Neal has returned to her home in Luisville Sam Carpenter Elliott was in town esday Hd is engaged on a write i of the city of Lexington and her eople Mrs Vancleave and daughter Miss Mary of Lebanon Miss Richard son of Louisville and bUss Blank pf Elizabethtown spent Supday with rs W H Sweeney The following horn town are at Tatham this week T Scott Mayes and family Mrs Nelso Thompson Misses Haggle and Jennie Browno nd Mrs J C McElroy C4 IWorth its weiclit in gold Suthcr Innils Eagle Eye SalVe C R HARMON THE LJVERYMAN r First class livery outfits Newj j buggies and fast and safe Jersey wagons and surreys for the use of excursion partes or drummers Tbe most convenient i itching and feeding place inii town MAIN ST SPRINTJFIELD KY Personal FHKK 61p10 Ural rc crenro any ptnonh ulllii ted wilh miy i rollic or doluuto diHcnso peculiar to Ir hYIi1IAII8Dr hathaway Co70 Dearborn htreot liltugn Summer coughs null cocno oro coldi Kithir hurts the lungH wore in vann wentlier than they tin in ooM Tlioj arr iurol ull till yoar rniuul hy tho of Dr Hollx 1ino Tiir Iloruy Jet huLl brandetl Tho K E Hntlinilniul Modi Ie onipany Pudncnh Ky or not gonuinn For sale Icy llaydon A Itohfertbon Drug iHts The man who loses du arm or a leg n bond or a foot has 42 different varieties of artificial limbs ot members ut hir command AdTcrtising devices hjivo received much attention ot the hands of tho in ventors there being 1022 patents taken out in this line The American honrewife ought to mnko good preserves for this art is cov ered by 1641 patents either of appli aucoa or of methods St Louis Globe Democrat tITHINGS OF BEAUTY For smelling salts and menthol jwn oils ore holders of cut glass on mounts silverI 1Up to date novelties in cut clnde flower und other bowls in oval and diamond shapes Tortoise shell combu with gem set bands arc more than over in demand now that tho pompadour coiffure is re deed The new chatehiino bag made of various kinds of fancy cloths and show ing silver mounts is a thing for use ua Well us beauty The chatelaine pin gains 3npopnlaritv and is devoted to useful as well as pnro ly decorative pendants men as a watch pars pencil tablet knife and scissors Quito now ih the fashionable crushed morocco is a soft cornflower bla vnnd Jtbe1a also a gra green tonehioh li mostdelicato when mounted with en moled silver sJewelers Gitoalar Ramons Uver Pills Tonic Pellets farea Perfect Treijtmcnt for Constipation 1ioshicus pueIill a4qc p s It Is Lo dca The Democratic party iia thlz Congressional district is certuinlj ns bad way The other day they attempted to have a nfceiing of their committe at Leitchfield When the hour for meeting ariived it was discovered that ribt enough commit teemen were pteSent to make n quorum The committee then ad journed to meet another day Messrs Sweeney and Grahim it id said urged ttpon tho members of the committee who were present their claims for the Congressional nomination Wo have already advised these gentlemen along with the others to let that nomination alone It is loaded Hartford Republican A Farmers Awful Deed Gorman Swain a farmer living ne mile south of Attica Mich n Monday moning killed three of his children with a butcher knife set fird to his house and then com mitted suicide by shooting himself thtough the heart Swain was about fortycicnt years old and was in comfortable circumstances lie had a violent temper and for years threatened to kill his family and himself his wife didd last spring since which time Swains outbursts of teair er have been more rtinon1and of a mere violent nature than ever Last Sunday evening he hullrcu blc with three of the older children red aged nineteen yearpjAnna aged seventeen yours and Birdie reel fifteen years lIe whipped severely and they took refuge a neighbors house Laat night e tried to induce them to return ome but they refused and prob bly saved their lie1 Neighbors were roused by the burning of Swains house When thy reached thn illulce a horrble flight confronted tin in Lying on the roadway with their throats cut tram ear to ear were Frank Swain agecj eleven years Lucy ngcu nina and Jimmic aged seven years The father lay near them with ja bullet hole above the heart By his side were the weapocs with which he hud ended their lives and his own It is 6upp Fed that Swain was temporarily insane O71B Hiirjiial ConVefifori Washin ton Sifriday School UIioIiI Willisbtirg Saturday e1ttly1a969- 3Ojvotional Exercises Rev Richard Sales Bcechlaml 945 Buisnoss and appointment of committees lOiOo Topic A plea for thA family altar Rev J L Murrell Springfield 1015 Discussion 1030 Topic Efficiency in teacli ingSa The secret of it blloW to learn itA Normal Lesson j Rev F P Jacobs Springfield 1045 DiscussionMusic 1105 Tho schoolless sections of our cjunty and how to reach them a map study Dr S J Smock Beocbland 115Discussion 1125 Topic The Churchs opportunity in the Sunday School- T S Mayer Springfield 1140 Discussion 1150 Topic The Pastors rela tion to the school Rev M saun erslSprinifield1210 Discussion DINN- ER130Song service l45Topk A higher standard of work for thoSunddy School Rev W T Overstrect Beech land 200 Discussion 210 Topic oldf r peoples classes W F Neikirk Springfield 225 Discussion 285 Topic The Sunday Schocl an evangelizingngency W E Selectman Springfield 250 Discussion 300 Topic The State Uuion its work and its claim Rev 0 J Tumy Mackville 315 discussion 325 Topic The Teachers Influ ence or the ScholnreParents VL KI Springfield 340 Discussion 850 Topic The Field and the work Joe Mansfield Springfield 400 Discussion 410 Election of officers and delegates to state convention 430 Benediction FINE TAILOR MADE CLOTHING We are agents for M Born Co and Lamm Co Chicago Merchant Taylors who guarantee their work in every respebt in workmanship fit and prices Come n and see their samples before buying READY MADE CLOTHING We carry the largest stock sh wn in town We are overslockd right now aud we will sell you a suit for almost your own price- ISHOES OXFORD SLIPPERS Our stock of Mens Womens and Childrond Shoes is com plete Moos Button Shoes Blade and Tan Mens Lace Shoes Black and Tan Mans Low Shoes Black and Tan Womens Button Shoes Womens Lacci Shoes Wdmens Ox fords and Woinnns Slipeers Chi Id rails Button Shoos Oxford and SUppers We bought our shoes at Low prices aud we offer special inducements in prices DRI SS GOODS and DRESS TRIMMINGS- We are still keeping up our stock of Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings and we can suit you from the cheapest Ser es Mixtures etc to the very fine Parisian weaves Ccme in and ex amine our etock and get pri- cesWALL PAPER IDo forget wo are Headquarters for everything In Wall- Paper CARPETS AND MATTINGS The special prices we have been making on Carpets has in creased our sales onehundred percent If you need anything in this department take advantage of our low prices at once EVERY DEPARTMENT We will make the lowest prices in each and every department for tba next Thirty Days that wasver made on equal values We have thegoods and must dispose of them We want money and are compelled to have It therefore profits will not be considered when a customer offers us Cash for goods CPNNlNGHAM DUN 1NiJ l CLEARANCE AIiEJY 4 j5SIn ofdef to r dti 6 OUr jargg sfficke willi ifialite i some SPECIAL fIUCS tatfi f jddJ iyI j If jtiWoolenGet our prides on them Ladies whtl Hisses Fino Oxfotcffj tdtattl al J lntefivt i6es xivr urij ir jJtices redticed on allfin 61tteMn Fine Shoes 8100 a pair Sienf8 Plow SHoefl SLOO ifc pairfjeaufced prices on Emersons Mens Fine Shoes this J3 the beet iaaVifrini United States and you can set sonic bargains ia Uiefcu t 0l 2 f re CUTPIRICEt i In ftns Boys anil Mdreis ClSllthig I We are overstocked in Clothing and wo propfisd tp feafce iirtces oU yj the stock that will move it Como early before ydiir size is gone Full J t line of Mens Summer Coats and vests at reduced prie iTo do8elai i our stock of STRAW HATS wo will sell them at cost It will pay jfoUf j lwell to mnke your purchases of us as we offer bafgahifl in every ofi of 1our departments 1 5 t MqCHORD ROB RrSOf tc 1rr tff I JOHN W CRUME BROV c LEADING Ll1l6RYlril6NI I 01 4J Le BX NON IY 5 ST jBack1 j GOOD VEHICLES FIRSTCLAss feofisMi Special Rates to Commercial Men Safe and Be1iabIorivers V l l J Washington Country Trade Soliciteis v 5 SPRINGFIELD r SAW AND PLANING MIXLejS PropaPMARKS GEEENE j I MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN All kinds of Rough and Dressed LumbeiaesvIot1dgs Cai ings Frames Sash Doors Blinds Tobacco HdgshedS Cypress Shingles Acme Cementplaster 4fet Ir Tf t Bill Stuff cut to order on Short No iCe Htehcs Cwh tttjrJ S paid for ail kind of Logs Call r and see ws afld etprjlce3 4 1 j Office and Yard Jockey Avenue Between Iaia afldRailroad5 Lightning Hot DropssWhat a funny Namol Very True but it Kills All Pairs Sold everywhere Every Cay Without Relief There la No pay sr i Sutherland lKnalo Ew Salvo In new und original in style of fnfkap o nnd 1 ino4llcil qualities Illis notonly a euro for all kind of soro yos but ia gtiarnn toed to give satisfaction an ointment for nil noreis plloai etc Bvall dojilenr For sate by Haydon A Uolert on Drug cr11455ooaT IN QUANTITY BEST QUAIre WORMS I WHITES CREAM o VERMIFUCEI FOR 20 YEARS Has led aUWORM Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD UrALL DRUGGISTS e Morns r5 tr tons Weak eyes arc made strong dim vision made clear styes are removed nnd granulated lleltlr sore eyes of any kind nwy bo speedily and effectually cured by tho use ot Sutherlands KO EyeS Salvo Its put tip in tubes and sol4 on a guarantee by all lcalers For Salo by Iluydon 1 ItqbortQon Drugglstsc eSPLYMOUTH BOOKS J PLYMOUTHROCKS ExQtU5flLYI- have some very flno cockerels 3ind pullets for sale at a reasonable price- Also eggs in season MIss iIlI O NAN ji Springfield Ky RiflinSureSavingShowfl Well send you our General CaU r loguoiand Buyers QuIde U you eendnsXS cents in stamps jTbit ayi part postage or expressag and keeps off idlers Jits a Dictionary of Honest Values J full of important information Dp bu Pages isxticieaaxiddgbtpriceofcatb profit only between maker and user Getit MONTQOMERyVARD co UL6 Michigan Ave ChJc o Chpt 8wftcrioyU Ap 8art JJef4 t Ltabhildg Gs hEoincdy the first jucdiclnp I iaveyet foulJtI that would So mo atVgooJi Price 5oa i JjfVhen ahc ras a Qblld ciiq criei t Ce3uji f i WhcnbObcC4r sshe5cIung to autoiii VhenShcba4Udresiuegavo1bernthstol i 5iSEvery parson bl lJttlevoldopyli Wwitl black orwhlto lchot popsrVho nl ivor used Dr BbHV 1ino Jfcir llonpt pronqunco 3t to best doughithdi l n ftmedy on cafttt lbHtritd too alt dealers euaranleo 1LFsala afJIri1 fdon A Robertson Urngjjtstdr qr o g2 OO A VISIT 1g Iaiajphy lcian utualfee F 2 5Qcentitt1i H t Nat 5 Laxative Will put yonrijrsiemfoicooorder It I bdSla cijh Llnr CouUpatto iten1sCbe4te olJcaaaDtand aafeorltlh lI1MJaxn JscentItc an rdlabJc qrlt luiSy NEATXATWE C0Ua1csjy ucklena Arnica Salve Tbo best pal vo Jn howoid lot tptA t brulsesvwres ulcers salt rrhconi fAro Bores tqttorch1inied Iranda cilblaln p j Cornfllamhmekl rnptisns awl pOllI tflycJy Aurjw iRUwnr mo ayirpqulrek Is guaranteed no give uitefactkjn or itionpy xflfltifft t Price 25c per box at 5 Jpynt1obortsoizvd1rcIgStereS riB hctI U LERJSPILB O i4 iMENT HLt H IH1i mgqswig and CRTAN CUM J SISjculpwn for iZyoarasth tfr1rDY fi PJ4iiny rTux UJX TS r J J9I1 mr 1Rsw4rzr7HJE tITTRS o ire Indiralon iuueIDppel3k1a and Genari tJI4Yl1Iit IIuysl IelWGtItu1II ISI r t e t Y t 3 l I THE NEWSLEADER J I081008I 1 REDUCTIONS U tl I 1 i IN ALL DEPARTMENTS AT TIlE t1 tItt r t LOUSVLLE 00 J STOREI iSqf f= f i Slashing of Prices to Reduce Stock Read the list of Bargains That Are Offered This Month Em EDRESS GOODS11 J oveUy Dress Goods that were 15c now 9f and Plaid Dress GoO that were 20c now 12c i Thirty six inch Henrietta all colors that were 25c now I7 c f IAll wool Serges 36 inches all colors would be cheap at at JOcIi ipowiSc r r r Diagonal Dress Goods in light shades that were f5c now 16 2 3c i a iWrPine Novelty Imported Goods all the new shades 38 inches a awero fiOe now ae Blucktj tt r a 3ri WASH DRESS GOODSlk t iAlot of 80 inch Peraales that were 10 and lc now 74c Fine Preach Zephyr Ginghams that were 12 c now 7c tos d All other Wash Goods such as Dimities Organdies etc must i be sold regardless of cost it tn Vl Bleached Ootjton very test Lonsdale Masonville Fruit of the Loom ijc only 10 yards toy a customer 9 Sheeting regular 20c quality now 15c only ten yards to a =customer Parasols footwear 1 kT f 0 CLOTHINGI I r rWe offer entire stock of Mens and Boys Clothing at a reduction Of 20 per cent We are going unload our stock anciitI you want real bargains you wont go anywhere else Tho xfifo of Dr Kansan the explorer fatherilichaolnaturalist Her mother is the slater of thopoet Weahacen Mme Nansen is at- prcentthe leading concert singer la Norway r The poet of ho Bnoalan imperial faxnil the Grand Duke Constantine poemstrnGrosao who for many years has consid ered e1fln a measure the eacoea ore t Goethe in Weimar I r ProfeassosRomtgen la tbo hereof the Sctir In Germany Honors are shower trig upon him In his Wnrzbnrg home andthoixnfversityBtndenta organised a grand torchlight procession throagh the town to bis house to congratulate tho professor on his wonderful discovery Sir Douglas Straight who roplaccB AstonsIr Mall Gazette was called to the horaa long ago as 1805 Afterward he nnttr1neUce ot Allahabad British 1liua He returned to London in 1891 peuSonTKE FASHION PLATE i Ncw blnclc silk grenadines are woven doslgnaanalThe beautiful French challles arc this ynarbroaghtcntin manyof the designs popular in Dresden and chlno silks colorKings are exhibitedi also wash ginghams iniilow Dresden and boorctte effects A number of the now modified sleeve L jfatta are slashed showing a narrow underptiliof eomarlch contrasting ma VfMal V Tho she and shape of spring hats are considerably reduced but nearly every model ia pTcxbnrdened with a bolero veoncona mass of trimming J it ythisOf11n very frognentlynsed lu their talcingl instead ofivelvotror brocadeF JJ1thongb there is a slight decrease tbo width of most of the skirts of ntil f y costume cf wool and silk and wool lxtnresjtl8 ccnal width is maintained for dressy gowns and for spring t Epaulets ODd flat flaring pieced Join andwidocollars by impartedtbo4 r All stytcsof fancy laces with hand Planonfitt brlecdratesnmmereilkemnslinscrepons eballiea and other fashionablo materials f iNov York POlL 3 OvELTIEt3Ahn arelcasod2Thejl1l with a heart shaped photo JJb puckle knives ndepAtrons and furnished with oildIe h1 TfSftteni8 to match forks lpOODa f f coloredglassyagee 4lilt etasdllfx v rzees avile carcfnjl insQlecJIon whcu buyfn Ono variety will bring profit nn Bother will cause you loss Foresight is Httor than hindsight 1 fpontwastetho straw Umayiiotbo il amtrftious as good bays but itcon tltina enough food and fertilizing prop k 1Hi to be Kel1 worth hasbandiug- i f I = BOON TO HUMANITY IAiNUALERcAtneavrl OIIi t alllr1Iused RUB Tantl l1 in analug rhlonHrnrd BUKECtKE II has fntiil k- rCOTD6norIDer leTrrcbiti i+ ukirrsThe mel Hfftlili IJluDSlitplMi hire In mnU traou tition rntlllrlU8 RTrrllltt J r k et cr n L4 Itogrut AfbI r Y1ruYM bdy 0 ai yr a irmf Herninany Cinn7 ToL1llL Ii1t hdr4 unn wriirtAlri nrnrlt tlY are Hint La u 1041d ualt rprk bt nMn nr 4y dlrj rloin Jot lAta Ibr y t t u y1th n SAWAnVAT41n4tdIMFLUEHZA I J Nr tdd- 11tkl IltInlJintI tk1of hO IIIL- IlL ota iW re utnalY4IJn1r tZ r dI i mYIady Wg n 7nnsirs IIUsitnruIa muwr rawfIirD KtIIlNntbldIu tI Cciiii f tikettW bd HIt El thekg ndnO1IdCappedXentLiI3nltn atrenrqolek to rolIeTOpli undlnlUrntiiron Korro LrlleoLI LroublrdenlbnlSalve Cared Ills Mothrr LtymoatrIandobrtellLetownnrklatnRewasne themIroaronaceountof UAUMIt 144thatmthreeboxDIIQoofftUoacbaonItforoneprayytlCu3bman2 cni 6 GIoHoiu aiorolne As long the racocontiuoos an long as the moon pursues bor silvery coarse through the hoavcns as long as the titers glietcu in the diadem of night so long will Easter morning be unlike any oth IdayhopIsIgrateful we flowers there on MHo is risen And wo too shall rico The yours may coma and ns they will henceforth They may bring whatever fortune ho tLluks bestour sojourn is but short and then the heav ens win cpov sonJythotakes its flight to other clamps Tears for the departed will keep tho grays of the cemetery green but behind the teary at Boparutioa is the hope of re I anion Even earthly love may be eternal for God will not part for long the souls that really belong to each other a toilsome and a burdensome IFirat cornotl the night iu which j ijewjgIrish Hepworth- HDCJ errcat peat nigj which rondo their fist quilorecentlI riv rug and Ulcn4 jf Suits can bo rondo out of this ltwhich Is nothinymoro cr less than 11Jhiq11JlJI p lifto1rtq atI 1 I yd ik I 1 I FURNISHINGS Your r1iiro of any of our Ladles Shirt Waists lie Ladies trot black and tan Hose reduced trom10 to 7c Misses fast black Hose all sizes reduced from Be topic Ladles Silk Mitts reduced from 25j to 15c Ladies Best Quality Kid Gloves all shades recuced lrom DOc to 70c- Whitel Silk reduced from 11 50 and F 2 00 to andSl 50 Ladies Black Oxford Ties 40c Ladies Dongola Oxford re duced from to 75c Ladies White Kid Sappers three styles 95c Infants Kid Shoes 20c All other Ladies and Muses tine at greatly reduced prices MENS FURNISHINGS Mens and Bovs Strriw Hats must be sold at actual cost 4fjcMens to 30c Mens food Strong Working Shirts 25c Mens Fine Balbricsn Undershirts in all sires 35c would he cheap for died our puce 23c Mens Extra Quality Drilline Drawers 2ac Mens and Boys BoysWash 0 our to X X ii re e f A r FRE4 7i ty We have made arrangements r lor limited number of yearr y ly subscriptions to the I t LADIES II- II HOME IDEAL 11- jj I An illustrated monthly mngnI zinc published at Chicn 0 and 4 containing Stcrjcs Sketches and everything interoiting for 1 tho how x Z 5 lFor each nw subBcriber to paysl7 One Dollar dish in advance Z will send this magazine to any allrc8AD50LliTlLY r FItEIE j Our number is limited and t first come first served Address communications i to E L DAYISON JR i llBIHIIEH t rY o Hows This Wo otl T Out Hmulrcd DollnrH rowiinl for city rase of utnrrli Unit nluiut I flails CVUirili Iti re J CIIENKY A ln irloiorn Tilcil 1ttt the tintliThisMPil have known F J thenov for the lust li yoars and e licvo him rMrfcctlr liotn ralio in nil hix liusinoss trUfsnptitnfs11nd liuanrially nl k to ry nut nny oliHpnlion iimdo y tliiir linn 11trt Trunx Wliolt stlf Druggists Toledo Oe Wiildint Kin mm t Marvin Wholesale Drnguri ts Tolmlo O lliiHs Cntnrrb Curo in tnkon intcrnnlly netting nirnrty upon the blood ntd nuiroiiH nurfucos of the tom Priie 73i a bottle and Sold by fill dTURirlH testlnionlulH fmo lUddnctH la either hcrodrtarjorcMnsctl by airknrfis inhntiil oxhatutlloii wtarlnp tiLht litany unite anti tv overwork and troiililfj falls Itonoxvcr will prevent it Kiduov nnd Vf Irnnblfis are prompt ly relieved by n row dUiioa or feats fat- xaltsoOeabottlooat doctors Ijills Chcapftnd Wnl put liD Niat Laxative Co Louisviilc Ky Ramops Liver PiUsc Tonic Iyefc- asaea1fmctTrzta crt for Constipation SFsI Silionttess C2f One pill a Ucc J t Jotrt summer OUt our grandchildren was siik with severe howtI trouhle Oiu doctors rriiicduH lud filcd then ri1 hiiii frlaiiiV lric ClioJor1 uu llircla HIIIK lv whid1 javc very dy rii We rcgnd it tbD Let dr1tU pit nn ihu frnrlct fr hncltnptintrtIrs E fretir KredorlkMown Mo iliis rtftinlt- the best uicdicino over put on the iiiHr hot for dy nterv an muter romnlnlut colic and cholcni infHiituio in children It never fulls to give prompt relief when used iu rensonnbltS time and the plait printed directions are followed Many mothers have expnsscd their invert gnititudo for the cures it hs Hitched Chamberlain nngh Remedy cures coldn croup and vhoopid cough It la pleasant auto roliiliio dwellJOwn bookmaker and owner of rnie horses now in England write to n friend in this country that Mr Cioker undoubtedly hoe two or three high olnsj ycnrolds INVENTORS AND PATENTS North Carolina has ouo Inventor to every lfc597 of its people Thorn are 4654 patents fir tho arin ufiicfnro of furniture other than chairs Of mechanical nigtors there Poe 1775 known to tho officials ut the Inflect ofIGee The inventors of artificial Htonn and the maimfacturora of lime nod cement hare taken out 1139 pntciitn The art of printing is covered by fi833 patents either of machines ur special uVvicM employed in work Tho young Auicricnn ijlrh is taught to Fhoot by moans of 708 patents traced on aa many educational npjiliances Ifw manufacture of charcoal and coke 116Imachineryaemployed Rhode Island contains a large number liivcntiTogeninHea the propciiiuu be IIif ono Investor to every 1763 of its metalsless than jaG devices for those purposes having been patented Tbo Connecticut Yankee still preserves frig pre cullneuco us ou inventor At present one man in every 003 inhabit ants of Connecticut ia an inventor St Louis GlobeDemocrat FIVE FRENCH WOMAN JOURNALISTS Mine Kdmouil Adam In the lending woman journalist in Paris She is poU- ttoimi author trod editor Gyp is a journalist of fomo repute but better known nsa story writer Iu a light vein for La Vie Purinienuo- Almo Yver la a marked figure in the jiowKpnpur world Oool in her Iu1udI iarpprfeeuted by the prefect of police the detectives etc but never by thoJ prisoner Mme Sovoriuo was Iho pioneer worn on reporter iu Trench courts At firstatho polico wanted to tarn her away horrified at her pencil and pad but she won admission Mile Fnfire the obannin and 60 IthorowernudIis Somn tino ngo was nag J1 in liiiMl ling lint nnd a injimJ nyt viis- induced by iir Irijist icrr Mr J thou fo try jr SiitlxTliiiidx ICiiglii Ere Salvo nd will iy It cnnd me in a very shunt time hlOlltl little girl tvas sclitiiri with io eys rod no unit 1I liar eyes lout it cured licr sadcr on it the bt s t iyo n1fill earth Yours truly MHOMAS Proprietor Uuilctviile Ky Hotel NOT A SICK DAY For Over Thirty Years RESULT OP U8IJTO AVERS PILLS Ayers Cathartic PllTs ovor thirty years have kept inn in pood licultli never having hud a sick day in all that time Before I tray twenty I miiTorcil almost continually at a result of cut ptipntion train dyspepsia hcndnchi neuralgia or hoi find other cruptivo diseased When I became convinced that nino tenths of my troubles were caused hy constipation I began tho tfa of Ayer Pills with the most tory results never having singl attack that did not readily yield to thi remedy My wife who had been n invalid for years auto began to uso Ayers Pills nod her health was quickly restored With my children I had ticed that nearly all their ailments were preceded by constipation and I soon had the pleasure of knowing that with children as with parents Aycra Pills U taken in season avert nil danger o- fslcknessI1 WKTTSTBIN Byron AYERS PILLSHf- ghost Honors at Worlds Fair Aytrs Sarsaparilla Strlnot enl the Srllclll ifnrvclons Rcsnlu From a latter written ht Rov J Our dcrinunof PlnmmlnlP Mich wo arc permitted to make this extract I havo nn hesitation in ncoinmcnijlug DrKingn Now Discovery na the results were ost marvelous in tho echo of mv wife Whiloyi fiats pastor of tho Baptist church t RlvfeH Junction who was brought own with pneumonia muceodlng ia grippe tcrriblo paroxysmw of coughing would lilt hotint with little interruption and if i001ot ns if fihctould not survive them NowiDllchnd bl hlv sjitlsfatoryrcaaHal Trial bottlcff free at liiiydou lichen son 1vKalarpluLFec JJpf J r V r vn r vforTHIRTY years observation of Costoria with th9patto1iDg of i Iof persons permits ns to speakof itvwithout guessing It is unquestionably the best remedy for Infants and Children the world has ever knownl Itis harmless ChildeKllko it It 1 gives them health It will save their livca In itMothcra hgyo bepmething which is absolutely safe and practically perfect as a childs medicine f Castoria destroys Worms Caatoria allays Feveriahneos 1ff lfCastorin prevents vomiting Sour CrdIt t rfl Castoria cures Diarrhea and Wind Colic V t iCastoria relieves Teething TroublescCastoria curea Constipation anq Flatulency tCastoria neutralizes tho effects of carbonic acid gas or poiaononi air Castoria does not contain morphi 10 opium or any other narcotib Castoria assimilates tho food re Dilates the stomach and bonel4r t giving healthy and natural sleep Cafltoria is put upin onesize bottles only It is not sold Imlk iDont allow any one ta lieU you anything else on the plea or promiga that it is just as good and will answer every purposeaBee that you get C A ST 0 BI9Au ThefaoimUo mf is on evexy Xi J f signature of rapper Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria TtltCT 4f t i = r t FARMERS HOME HOTEL J It JOHN H DeWITT TOC ono FIreIn t WASIU COUXCT v 7 Proprietorv THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND REFURNISHED LARGE STABLE AND WAGON YARD IN CONNECTION 1TH ROTE jr BATH POOL AND BILLIARD ROOM r t J 400 to 422 East Market Street i t Best One Dollar a flay House in the City or Stale LOIIILYIuLE KETUGKT Jr Single Meals 25 Centsa= =N V tt It THOMPSON ciis I+ l lli lii ii r a4uPm enyr4 balmcrs line is UPTOD TE in every spectrl n Caskets and Robes from the finest tp the cheap il tmest furnished promptly We Answer calls day or 1111night and guarantee Perfect sfC 7 1 il WHY C j Elsewhere to buy goods whedljou can save K V i iii money by patronigJng Uome meritocrats VVewiir rvre able to give thfe public the LOWEST ll j oneV1FURNITURE AND GARRETS vjh ican duplicate city price OIl nl k IIVcJ line A trial order js all ve ask to conVt 1Sr l you Wo will take pleasure in showing t J goods Dvd quote pricea whether you wish lbuy or not M I llfJHTjNJCURBS Colic Flux Cholera Wator Eta tor f10P8 EWALi tr l Cute fBf Scratoho bfAnimals r tTasteti GoodIRnII REAKS UP A CdLQi n a j Sow ffoPArSocb aiHERB MeOICINB CO xSTRLytIPhip 0 L A WOOL WOOLThb Is tho best Iakrttcttnd anti is the bat ciao to ship to Tfo niche hUbera11u1ranees ou contlgniacnu Besides TOhago better ftclUtlca than other houcinasal largo factories to supply We get yon the top prlcaantlpay li lIaThlg itrade NS tmrcUngaeonu aU wool and PGeU1U not fayour rim roduoo direct u ll HERTIDONMCARFERCO110Thiid VIRTAAIA iIt or = THE N L RAILROADjsoc One Way HBALTt1aCoristipstloiDizzinesst rJ itlot duet Troubles r NATS LAXATIVu slc to itrf r I v piEftT UM5AT5VE CO Laulsvl i Ky e t r f